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- - . 4. ! I. ' M I -. --C .r ' St 4 jit? wser . J. ' v' i it u: ii LOCAt AND PERSONAL NEWS 1 I knair net how m- "T "U'liCaiCi I u; .oiv. hi. ; Claudt Murray was "down "rorn ' SurinseTville yesterday lie came for medicine tor his father. - ! "Mr. and, Mrs. Berhabel Leal returnSl yesterday from an ex t'ndeovieit to relative in New Jfexieo. P. L. Mcor ; an old time f print" who has held cnes on Snips since . ir was launched on the fitful sea .of Arizona journalism, has left us. Frank Gallegos a n.ej.hew of Don Lui& Chavez is visiting with , his relative im the city. He will put ' : in a few weekg helping the Snips j family get out a sheet. It is reported that several more of the St.Johns young folks have secured entranoe into the Govern- r Wn$ Indian School. This time tUy iq to Chilocco, Oklahoma. Meters, Luis and Abran Chavez return. Moaday from a visit with friends &tftfrelatives in New Mexico. They enjoyed the trip and , afe much refreshed by the vacation. "I have used Chamberlain Cough, Remedy for aritimber of . years and have no hesitiaucy in saying thaftt is the best remedy for coue-hs. colds and croup I have ever used In my family. I have not words to express my confi dence in"this Remedy- Mrs. J. A. Moosk, North Star, Mich. For sale by St. Johns Drug Co G. E. Waite left Tuesday for his home in Hamah, N. M. Elder Snow who is doing work here for the Mutual, accompanied him. Mr Snow is the son of the late president Snow of the Mormon Church. Don Meliton Perea left yester day for New Mexico. He goes on a trip of much moment to himself, and one other person. He is sin- gle now but, when ho returns he will have an help meet. Congratu lations Sfliior. The Secret of Long Life. Consists of keeping all the main organs of the body in heal thy, regular action, arid quickly destroying deadly disease germs. : Electric Bitters regulate stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood, and give a splendid appe tite. They work wonderous in . caring Kidney Troubles, Female Complaints, Nervous Diseases, - Constipation, Dyspepsia, ajid Ma- '.laria. Vigorous health ami strength always follow theipuse Onjy 50c, guaranteed by A. & B. Sfchuster.- Governor Mujihy is back from Washington. He haS small hopes fr Arizona? Statehood. We still for Arizona btatenoou. we sun cling to the hope that Justice will triumph, but probably, if we had been with .the governor we would govi agree xith him. Don Evaristo Martinez of Con cho, will take unto himself a wife m the 25tb. inst.The bride to be is Misa. Del uviiia, the popular daugh ter of Mrs. Amalia Chavez. The groom is one of Concho's prospe rous juitb.ens. Yc congratulate you Heads Should Never Ache. Never endure this trouble. JJse ; at once the remedy that stoped it . ;f or Mrs. K. A. Webster, of Win-: nie, Ya.,- she writes "Dr. King's 'G Kew Life Pills wholy cured me sick headaches I had suffered from ! for two years." Cure Headache, j Constipation, Biliousness. 25c at ' A. & B. Schuster. Hon. Solomon Barth and Don.'"1 Jose-Saavedra left last week for New Mexico. Mr Barth goes to Albuoueraue to visit his sister who is therefrom Michigan spend ing the winter. Mr.Saavedrawill vinit friends and relatives at va rious New Mexico towns. The angels of Death have again visited our town; this time to Fummon tho innocent spirit of a little ohil.d, to the great beyond. Mr Tim bereaved narents are and Mr. W. J. Mallory, who have the sympathy of the entire com munity. May He who said: "Suf fer little children to come unto 1me,"eomfort their down cast spir its and heal their broken hearts. ... ' gentlemen to a nice serenade. The .New Century Comfort. ; serenades were invited in and iwty . . . ' Mrs. Ruiz gave each a slice of her Millions are daily finding a t)eliciouscake and a glass of-this world of comfort in Bucklen's is a dry town and of course the ATinca Salve, It kills pain from glasses had to be filed with Mc c, rf PnnwTnn. In tosh water. But both serenaders BurnsScalds, Cuts, bcutses,con- T,Ann-lnA llQri 0 nnrl f:m0 queres Ulcers, and ITever Sores. ; . , f.;rrs Eruptions, Salt Rheum, ? BoilVntlcFellcns; removes Corns ! andafis. Best Pile .curc on ci.rtl?. Only -25c at A. & B. ! . Or. J. S. Woolford was called to '. pri.rgrirvi"ile Saturday to attend - a RtrWTiild of Mr. Becker. The child is - reported 'belter. While there the Doctor was called to see Supervisor Murraj who'has for a long $hie heen suffering from Chroni's llheumatibin. It is now thwugliWiiat he will soon recover. B. Seller of St. Johns, ar- rived in Mesa last Saturday to ppend a few days. He has a big '. on the Verde, where he will shear ! this season. He was intending to is so scarce that he has decided to , drop-head sewing machine tor shear there. He went to Phoenix : $34.00, and give you a year's todav. Press. Finds Way To Live' Long. The startling- announcement of a Discovery that will surely! lengthen life 'is made by edit or ! O. H. Dowmey, of Churubusco, f Ind. " "I wish to state" he writes, j "that Dr. Kings New Dcovery ; I for Consumption is the most in- j known Grip. for Cougfhs. Colds and ; It's invaluable to people j with weak lungs. Having- this wonderful mebicme no one need ; Pneumonia or Consumption. It's '. relief is instant and cure cer-I tain." A. &B.bchusterguaran- tee every 50c and $1.00 bottle, and give trial bottles free. W. li. Baxter an old time prim who has been workinc in various offices in the Territory and occa sionally doing a little mining on the side, is now the full fledged foreman of the Snips sh op. He ar rived Monday and will remain with us indefiniteley. We wish to inform our patrons that our job departament is in the hands of this vetean printer and nothing but the best work can pass him. - Last Saturday's Arizona Ga zette announced that U.S. Mar shal McCord would visit St. Johns on official business. We sbalLbe glad to see the Colonel p .1 'ii 1 l I,,. 4l..i n wecion-1 iiappeu iu c r we will be extra glad to see him for there is some question ns to whetherwewillbeabloontinue to provuie ouiSu.w j" lood etC'anct may ue we can smn it... :u:iu.. inu rusuuii&iijjui-) . - Hr. Whseler Got Rid of His Rheumatism. t4 During the winter of 186S 1 was so lame in my joints, in iacr t 11 1 I il 4. I ; ail Over 1113 UUU , luu.l x lumiu liardlv hobble around,' when I' j bought a bottle of Chamberlain's I Pain Balm, hrom the hrstjip - plicsiti ! ' j lv aH i nlicntion I bciran to sret well, and 1 - cured and have worked stead 1-' the year. R. WheelKk, : iSortliwooa, i. i, ror sae oy t .. . T TT 1 1 St. Johns Drug Co. j rursuant to instructions from Governor Otero, of New Mexico, the iheriffsdLGuadalupe, Union, ! Jack Musnrave band . of bandits. 1 " ; which receniiy terrorized that. region. This means that a war of cxterminationwi.ll.be waged a agi 11st the outlaws and exciting : times are expected in that portion of a ew Mexico to which the out laws have retreated. They are said to be in a fastness of the wild Capitan mountains. Journal Democrat. j It will pay you to purchase your, rboots and shoes from the Drug- Co. they carry a complete line of the celebrated Wells shoes the! Lincoln and Chavez counties arc time. Julius, wnois apupu in uiu poor-nouses, puauuu huu w,. organixinossesof pickod men ; public schools hero, , vent to Belen lj to hunt down the members of the Friday night to pay a Visa to .the 1 id ug tauitipiv the number 'ULUld;; 1 'consolation is in the fact that ,u earth. Prices are as Jowi considered dan- ? lowest, quality considered. ; U1C nu best on as the Dist. Atty. Ruiz returned Sun day from a trip to Phoenix, and otner points in the Territory. He ' tillo his nephew who comes to spend the winter here. On. Sun- ; day night ofter their arrival the musically inclined young folks tuned up their guitars and violins, and mandolins and treated the illlU. SUlClIilUbU imu " The average man cares not who makes the hnvs of his county, so that the woman in feh'e.flat abmTe Sheep Poisoning. Reports liave come to 4own 01 je wholesale poisoning of 'sheep the wholesale poisoning of 'sheep and iu the on mps along the Ari- zona eauaj. It is- said that alto-, il .4 1 AAA It.. .... Kr.m tliu. geuiw sxiiuui, onetl and that one sheepman has ost 350. The poison used was blue- intone :inl -white vitriol, Which had been stf ewtiylir "the range I and which the hheepifiStk'mg ! for snlt, had licked. There has j been no expression of a suspicion as to the identity of the guilty par i . Thfisheeo are to be moved from that deadly neighborhood to ; the Agua Fria. Repubhcan. . ! w... J U-NEED-A SEWINQ MACHINE, j t . , , I .tiine'to pay for it on the instali- in out nlnn. OMie machine is Lf hUrh nraile five drawer.1, ;rJ(i;noa1rAnd.iriiran.1 JIIAIOU- w a, I teed for ten years. ISAAC BARTH. : Wool Shipments. ' . , fi ; , th . cxc; th.;t owned by Lons- 1 1 1 1 1 1 iiiiu uimnv A v Afr Riter of Boston, buyer was price he paid f. 0. b. rang- 1 4 to 15 cents J.H. Pome- ! mnr.U i.. for hia:, which SQ t0j.lv ' . e b ' , . v w in the , - yeftp afe , fayomble to thc sellel, j The season's shear will, foot . up consideral,iv over 100,000 pounds of as fine wool as ever went to market. Mesa Press. SorhthinsThat Will Do You Good, in which We know pf no way we can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of some- thin- that will be of real good to them. i 1,; .,crtn ,t.rwatit ... . , ; to acquaint, them with wnar e consider one of the very best - re - : medics on the market lor cough, - . -.lartfiinn- com- iS" We, refe, to ; Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, We haVP used it with such good J (s bur familv so lothat Wome a household necessi- ".;-. i. Rv its nromot use we have- , . ' i n't .any doubt but tuai u nab ! time and again prevented croupr; The testimony is given upon our j own .experince, and we sug - crest that our readers, especially ; tllose who have small children, al- . .nvQ t-PPT it in their homes as a - , . . safeguard , . c ) Mesenge ; lnlltlc nrncr ! ' ' ' . Boy Shot. Julius Becker, son of Giistave Beclccr, the Springcrville mcr- - L f , nfn cWf?no- chant, wns the victim of a shooting accident Sunday, as a result . of which he will walk lame for some iacmly 01 ms uncie uom jwkci. . , TT 1 . T TT ..1 on 11 ! While handling a 08-calibre re- j volver, the weapon was discharged j and the bullet entered the boy s left I leg and ranged downward to the j knee. j The lad was brought to.the city 1 yesterday morning, John Becker, j and Dr. W. D Radcliffe attending him. Dr. John Tasher located the ! bullet bv means of his.. X-ray machine, and it was extracted -X-. x j-ir u without difliculty.-Albuquerque JemOCllll. ! We arc very sory to hear of the :lccmm !lu v u T i gerous. Journal Democrat. Prizes tor Irrigation Photos THIS NATIONAL HOMEMAKERS levoted to the making of homes in the Atid j wett, wnnts pholos depicting irrigation with ! HOMES I'OUNDED BY SUCH. WORK. I Cash prizes will be awarded a lo'.lows: 1st rnxzB 2nd rmzE 3rd i'rizb ..$3 2 I CON! EST" CLOSES MAKCILJ, 1fi02 I rnbiieher reserve the right to purcliase photos ' 1 not winning a pnze. Auarcss. THE NATIONAL HOMlvJIAKfcK j v. i . ' WASHINGTON, D. C- ! . . , ' ; Special sBbcriptiun price, 1 dollar v y-r. ! ' f i - - . jsmil.m when 1 1" - .... ; . . , . 1 " j 1. . 1 . ..i nn'l! The Little Stock. Man Threatened. j American Of Association has cali Cattle Growers Association has calied-its second !.aTmliai .-convention to -meet in' erwer .on;the4th Sth and 6th of 1 nnxt monlh. The-iain question to be discussed is -the "land leasing ; bill that has been introduced in : the National Congress. Should this bill become a law, it would wipe all the. small cattle : nn d sheep owners entirely out of ithe business. If this is whatj ! the people want they should sit etill rtf K-iv nr! flo liothine ill bc oppQge thig lefc them.4nto figting harness aWd-go and -oppose this proposition in thecbn.ven- tion. For a National Labor Law. Tito (inrvnnJf'no nn filral vela lions has reported favor ,u.. 4 the house on the resolution in ; favor ot an amendment 10 me , , , , , 1 ! constitution of the United States which would permit congress i o j regulate the hours of labor in the I several states.. Hub r-esolntion has been presented to previous legis- ; latures. This year at the commit- rtee heariiig.it was,-supported by .... i -which is the organization of the ffactory.owners-of the . slate, and i has usually opposed any legisla- ! tion desired by employes. Many j leading cotton mqnufacturers de- j siro a law which would equalize , the hours of labor m the New ! England and southern. Journal ; Democrat. , - i An Interesting Letter. A teacher in a Texas public : school received the following i letter the other day: "Sir: will you in the future give my son j easier somt t6 do at nite? Phis is what he's brought hoam two or ! three nites back:" -"If fore gallins ?f bere will fill thirty to pint Ui1n Vinnr monit nltlfS n 11 fi : haf botUes will ine galUns-fille-tTrt Gt--,h by building up the yGf we tried " amocould make , nothin of it At- all, and my boy cnea-1 ana launeu auur ccu J - 1 ;1 J --,1 U -v "H dn't. dare ..to 20 back in the , . witl'10u: doin it. So I haj lo 'go lUU buy a nine gallin , f r hirh I could ill -A., A tbn mt find dy-boties W el r them ..nd m P! ,U lltLit tl asTe ss ml tlV rlnV it. P. S. Please let the ;v. - T iv,.vt snms he in - water as l.-ani - - - notable to buy any more uere.. A MVdcl Saloon Ad. j irricnds:- Having -opened, a f.nmhl01i;0nS shon for the. sr.le of nollid fire 1 embrace this oppor . ' ... . -r , tunity to inform you 'that I have ! commenced the bussiness of mak.- srer. L'or saie.w ' . A 1 III" 11 L 11 11 IVal 1 VlCi Ut V J J 1 WJ-1 1 uars for the sober, industrious and I respectable portion of the commu 1 nity to support. I shall deal in family spirits that will excite men ' to dee'ds of riot, robbery and blood j and by so doing diminish the S comfort, augment the expense and endanger the welfare of the com- munitv. I shall undertake at a . t BmaU gum I an(j ,yith roat expectation, to 'prepare victims for the asylums, . ,... j;ooncoc vflllfiP1- VllOUl cooing uiovucw tv. " - lhose which ar0 harmless incu- I in drugg whidl i wm deprive some of life, many j ol reason, most of prosperity and i all of peace, which will cause the i lathers to become nencis; wives, I widows; children, orphans, and j all mendicants. I will cause many 'of the living generations to grow i up in ignorance, proverty and crime, and prove a burden and a nuisance to the nation. I will cause mothers to forget their offspring I and cruelty totake thc piaOT 0f I T .I'llt-nmnti'mnc-Avon fAM'linf. , thc lnil)isWrs of reiigion, obstruct t ie progress 01 me gop, u m the puritv of the church and cause spiritnai; temporal and eternal 1 death." j Prizes for Boys and Curls the NATIONAL HOMEMAKEJR ha- dsoue'v iilut:ated monthly magazine ; devoted to making 1 I HOLIES IN THE ARID WEST, 1 wants-new subscribers in this section. J To the boy or girl in the west sending the greatest number of subscribers to the national ! Homemakcr by July 1st. 1902, there will be paid i S25 IN" GOXD; to the 2nd 15 and the third 10 ' 1 n addition to this, rll conteMats sinking i iu ten or more subfcriptlons. will receive lOpcr : cent, commission for their woik The regular ubs-rlptim 1 rice is 2 dodsrs but during this contest it w ill be but one-half ! that amouut-1 dollar. Cirenlars. Simile eopics and subscription 1 sP1ltrto nH eantestants by ad 1 : ,,rcssh!sr j' ' THE NATIONAL HQMEnXKK. .- . i-. WASHINGTON, D. C. ! ' - . Httsnr.to nicnt)otHheHIeraU--wlieiv ,..mr wrllo-ifA Stray Horse. While froing to Holbrook, an old bay horse branded HC T on lef t hip, ;-f ollfcwefl-my-teams for 10 miles. The animal is iiow in my pos'&ssion. -owner "may recover jame by -paying- costs. I . Lorenzo' PenClta. i July 25. 1901. I have in my possession as estray one bay mare branded Iv C on left hip, tip of both ears crop ped, ag-e six years or .oyer. ; Twner .inuy recover sameiby "pa-yingcosts. -Uih'as.aT.vis, " 3Stiliiis,vusra0,:1901. Duringr the next thirty days I will pay tlie iiifrnesi prices of the vearior Forest Rererve Land don't Jail to write -me I-wantyour land. - W. H. Glark. Holbrook, Ariz. Estray Notice. Notice ia hereby given that I have taken up as estray one dark colored mare about 6 years old, branded gpon left shoulder. The owner Jean have said mare- on payment of costs- Jose Maria Chaves. Walnut Grove July 15, 19ol. $100 Reward $100. The renderB of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one hnndread diseases that science has been able to ern e in ail its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrah Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being n constitutional disease, requires a con stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, ac ing directly upon he blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the t ,1..fw..i nf flio licf'lQf fliul lMvint? constiturion and assisting nature in do ing its woik. The proprietors have so 1m1c.l1 fjiith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollais for ahy case lhat il fails to cure, Send for list of testimonials Address. F J. C1IKXKY & CO, Toledo 0. T'Sold by I)ni5j!ist., 7.".e. Hail's Family 1'illt.Atvlhe best. Are you in need of a new suit Pajits or Ovei coat? If so call on u's and have -yoi-.r measurement taken. We have. one.. .thousand of the latest samples to. select from. Prices are reasonable, fit and satisfaction gurante.cd. Respt. St. Johns Drug Co. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative-Rromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money, if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is 011 each box. 25. If you need any thing in the ready to wear line call at thc Drug Store. They have just opened up a nice line of Capes, Jackets, Cloaks, "Wrappers, Skirts, Shirts Waists, Fasci nators, Union Suits, etc etc Call and examine our goods. No trcfuble to show goods. A Pointer for Enventors. If you wish your patent busi ness properly and promptly done send it to SWIFT & CO., PAT ENT LAWYERS, opposite U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. They have no dissatisfied clients. Write them for their confidential letter; a postal card will bring it, and it may be worth money to you. See their advertisement elsewhere in this paper. Step the Cough and Work Off the Cold. Iaxative-Bromo Quinine Tab lets cure a cold in -one day. No Cure 110 pay. Price 25 cents. DO YOU WEAR SHOES? Remember that we carry a complete line of the old reliable M. D. Wells & Co's shoes. Come and examine our line and get our prices. We have the best stock of shoes in the city and prices are reasonable. We do not claim to sell ten dol lar gold' pieces for nine dollars but we do claim to tfive as good value for 'the your money as you. can get elsewhere. Call arid ee us whether you intend to buy : orr " ' . . - Respect! ui ly, . r-. T' -TOMS DRUG Co. FIRST NATIONAL BANK United States Authorizei Capital Paid in Capital ;Surpli8S TrTAfJSACTS 46BHee Fosluia S. Hay ne! its (J W. Flourney ... , Frank MaKee" M. A. fl&wks Depository of the Atchison, Topeka k Protect Yffur H y insure si im Irmm's Mi 9f rancisco, Oalifoi'iiia. areat California Company Does the largest of any company for particulars and rates apply J. T. LBSUEUR, Agent at WALTER BAiRD- M. Mnin ' - nrt On li'-rsr . W lnsli. on laft thigi )!L ('a 8 W slush, on left rthx. iS' r u-t the fo'l tug hriu!: Mo: ts Mr.in.1?, HX.har n"'1 DK.on left ihlt;i Si.ii, thu Jelt hi. i5 - -- Low Kramlj. iT'.TfS lf b th .11 left side. it t-both s tic. irn..rA Malnals ;ai and ""i I nhP" p.istolHi o. Ui-nvtrn Amr.rlHnN. M J. B. PATTERSOW. bhrep and wool grower, St. Johns Arizona. Ktir murk on cwos square crop right and swallow fork left, reversed on weth era. Fire brand on noao. Tarr brand f on rump. 17 Range, Apache county Atizona. WQW 8 YOlirT HARNESS? Do Yoi'r SHOES Need Fixing? IF YOU KEBD ANY THINU IN THE LINK OF LFATHKR GOODS Call On Cruz avareii Shop on IVa cr Ft. rt. Jol ns, Arlzou"- If you was t your shces properly TAKE TWEffl TO tilmQ BAGA SHOP OX COMHCRCIAI. FTHEET. OPPOSITE THE IllOSAKCII SAL00X Prompt and Courteous Treatment to all St. Johns Drug Co. We carry the most complete line of school supplies in the comunity such as: Text Books. Note Books, Copy Books, Writing- and Fencil Tablets, Pencils.Crayons, etc., etc. Prices are reasonable. . rhfcusignsturo- iir onnvcrj' box o tho genuine f,qTflfJve BromoOuimne Tabi3t3 t the remedy that cores a cold ia oao dsy 6 1 JTff. Depository t'..S50iOOC w-. 5G,OOB SINESS. . . . Presi'J ...Vice PrcsMtfM . .Assistant CssM Santa Fe and Santa Fa Taciae railrA 0I3Q.0S Insurance iqm insurance busines in Arizona. to ST. JOHNS, A.EH; R. D. GREEBV Atso run followni? lowmls on left rllc.gaon Iott Mp Postefilcv. at. Johns. ArUoaTr JUAft CA?iDEJ-A5?!A. ccno, aims. Urand5sctukpt aj Also owns the follo-vinj? Drandat Uppof sloV'f rirnt w and jver bl- Ia. . SANTANITA CANDELAItl.V- !k1J- fork left, si-l.l ana itpper u. rP crop tl.o.rlu'kt, Xd&SsA3.4TV Apsche eouutv. Arisona. acksrilthilBi HOESE-SHOEING And GENERAL V ACKSillTiUU. promptly nnd in a workra.nic. manner- 1 will give Special Attantfon to ranch wecx. C3- My shop i located about osa hndta3 ards directlv north frora F.M.4M.I. Si. Jo!u. - - Atzosas Job Printing THE HERALD has just laid in a large as sortment of New Type faces ot the very latest styles, and we are now prepared to do all kinds of In and fancy Jo& Priotiflo in the latest and most i up-to-date manner. Letter Heads, Note Hwuis, Bill Ksads, Statsmenlf, Envelopes. Invitations, Programmes. Etc., Etc., Our prices are just right and we. guarantee satis faction. Let us figure on your next order. ess ess THE HERALD, ST. JOHNS, ARIZONA. 1 1 1 irr'r.v I " -itfr1 " fx - t ---- --J makes not the songs. I "V flit ,W.!ll It;. " - "S?-5JiiJi-"- "JT: ass