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SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD
SjíIPS c HERALD Ypl. 1, o. 85. ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., AUGUST 29, 1908. PNtPS, Vol.2. Kó.40'íH HERALD, Vol: 19-3So. -I W7 i I lard, the five vear old son of Joseph Kempe, is yery ill with typhoid fever. We'hfici a fine shower Monday and a quite a rain all nignt which lasted until the next cla3r- Mrs. Emily Marble is suffering: from heart trouble and has been in a low condition for over a week. H.yruni Cheney, of Pineclale, came over for Elam Cheney to go tq Snowflake to transact some U. S. business with an attorney from Washington, D- C. Last Wednesday evening an in tfrpscinff meeting- was held. Apostle Rudger Clawson, Elder Joseph W. MeMurrin, Miss Agnes Campbell and Pres. D. K. Udail were the speakers. Bp. E.G. Cheney and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baird, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Pulsipher, Misses Julia Riggs, Lou Pulsipher, Pearl Cheney and C. H. Riggs attended -Stake conference at St. Johns last week. Jacob Pulsipher and family, of Thatcher, Arizona, and AJpheus iillspie and wife, of Clifton, Arizona, arrived in town Monday evening. They will remain a day or so visiting relatives and will then return taking with them Mrs Ulena Kerape and her daugh ter, Charlotte, and Miss Pearl Udail. The two latter will téacb school at Pima, Arizona, this winder. , , PROCEEDINGS OF THE i BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF APACHE COUNTY, St. Jonns, Ariz., Aug. 17, 1903. The Board of Equalization met this morning at 9 o'clock a. m. pursuant to adjounment. Present: A. L. Truax, chair man. Isaac Isaacson and B. Lop ez, members, J. R. Arniijo, cleik. The board now proceeds as follows to-wit: At this August meeting of the Board of Equalization, the board with the information possessed by them, believe that the follow ing assessment on the following described property are each too small, viz: Jerry Gonzales raised on 3,500 head of sheep $7,000 00 J N Oomrighansen rais ed on 50 acres grazing land W A Maxwell raised on 175 head of sheep W A Maxwell raised on 25 stock horses Sam Love raised on 75 head of sheep W E Wilt bank raised on 50 head of sheep J F McCarrell raised on 1.0 stock horses J F M.cCarrell raised on 1" stock cattle Joseph Udail raised on 30 acres of grazing land Joseph Udail raised on 37 50 350 00 250 00 150 00 100 00! 100 00 140 00 , 37 50 350 00 Heber Jarvis reduced on 25 acres of larid 60 00 :' The 3 lots in Nutrioso assess' to W. A. Maxwell is ordered can- d celled. J. D. Lee, Jr. owns t4 ' saia property. ' The board takes a recess until iJ A. 2 o'clock p. ni. ' ' At 2 o'clock p. m. the board ' "v met. Present: the full board and clerk. The board continued with .. A the following business to-wit: Geo A Winsor raised on imp. $ 25 0Q, ; W H Phelps raised on 14 i stock horses ' . 140 Oo W7 II Phelps raised on S i saddle horses 160 00" ri; W H Phelps raised on .,, 187 stock cattle ' 2,61S CM Duge and Lizzie Phelps reduced on land Duge and Lizzie Phelps raised on 27 stock cattle Duge and Lizzie Phelps raised on h. h. goods Miss Nedies Thompson reduced on 50 stock cattle Miss Nedies Thompson raised on 9 saddle horses J C Wahl raised- 011 5 saddle horses J C Wahl raised on 2 work horses J C Wahl raised on 30 stock cat tie J C "Wahl reduced on . imp. J C Wahl reduced on land 275 O'V' Tom Ortega raised on land ' 50 QQ 437 50 40er 75i O ( ( , i ''4 ; Vi " ISO 00ft; 100 QQ mi' 420 0Q 400 QÜ " value of land (Continued on page four.) , i t' j 1 \n\n Concho Cullings.