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5r SNIPS & ST. JUHJSvS JtíüíKAUD. 4 . , tí glNuniDHr ot oases bjgougyisv ají Poré'usten. ! 4 , - . - . f Hümtfer óf trueVbftls-fbunÜ, four. Number-ignored, five, and onre tei erred to next grand jury. Number-of witnesses examined byus, thirtysix. Committees were appointed by us-to examine the various offices and their reports are attached herety and made a part of this report. We recomtnendfcth'af the matter o$ojjr? publics roads .and.- bridges j te countybeiqgin . a sorrje what more deplorable condition at present ttían is usual,' be ih qiuired) intOcbythe -Board of Sup ervisors and if possible to do so without increasing the burden of taxation too greatly, have the .healthy condition. H. Lynch, Chairman. St. Johns, Ariz., Oct. 4, 194. We, the undersigned committee appointed by your honorable body to examine the condition of the Supervisors office, we find the same in good condition, and kept in accordance with the laws in such case made and provided. J. H. Heap, Chairman. St. Johns, Ariz., Oct. 4, 1904. We, the undersigned committee appointed to examine into the: Probate Judge's office, do find the same neatly ami up-to-date, and accounts properly rendered. F. P. S. Mkserve, Chairman. St. Johns, Ariz., Oct. 4, 1904. We, the undersigned committee ; appointed by your honorable body to examine into the condition; of the. County Treasurer's office, hereby report that we find the same in good condition and kept in accordance with the laws in v such cases made and provided. J. W. Bbnnktt, Chairman. condition of the public roads j for the purpose of examining the improved. j office of District Attorney in and We recommend further that it j for said county, hereby report being our belief that where dis- j that we find said office in ff00(1 turba nces of the peace are oc- ! f;,UUU VVJllVi 1L1UH CJ. IVpL 111 CJ VUl casioned by drinking spirituous liquors, etc. can be more effec tively. dealt with by the peace officers by prompt and -.summary proceedings. The- said peace officers should endeavor to bring up such cases as are or may be misdemeanors and inflict fines and imprisonment commensurate with the crimes committed, instead of holding over for the grand jury in all cases wherever possible and legal. Respectfully submitted, David K. Udall Foreman of Grand Jury, j REPORTS OF COMMITTEES TO THE - T A TkTTX TTTmr I i rv IN X- JURY. Report of Committee on.. Sher iffs books and Jail.. . St. Johns, Ariz., Oct: 4, 1904. We, the undersigned committee hereby certify that we have made a careful examination of the Sheriff's office, books and iail.I and find the books to be balanced! in good order; also that the jailJ dance with the laws in such cases made and provided. Blam Chenev, Jr., Chairman. St. Johns, Ariz., Oct., 4, 1904., We, the undersigned committee appointed by your honorable body to examine into the condition of the County Recorder's office, hereby report that we find the same in good condition and kept in accordance with laws in vsuch cases made and provided. Jos. C. Kempe. Chairman. St. Johns, Ariz., Oct. 4, 1904. We, the undersigned committee appointed by your honorable body COFFEE Couse of Lockjaw. Bockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a bacillus or germ which exists plentifully in street dirt. It is inactive so long, as exposed to the air, but when carried beneath the skin, as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty nails, and when the air is exclud ed the germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison known. These germs may be destroyed and all danger of lockjaw avoided by applying Chamberlain's Pain Ralm freely as soon as the injury is received. j Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes cuts, bruises and like i injuries to heal without mat juration and in one third the ' time required by the usual treat ment. It is for sale by St. Johns ! Drug Co. j D. D. Graham, the agent at ' Zuni, has decided to build the I telephone line between Gallup and Zuni himself. Some few weeks ago bids were asked for the construction of this line and jJ. H.Young, of this city, was the bidder,, his bid being $2,995. j He had ordered the material and was ready to begin work when ! Mr. Graham announced his inten sion to do the work himself. Mr. Graham will take the poles and wire off Mr. Young's bands and start at once. Mr. "England, lone of the clerks at Zuni. is in :he city today arranging matters. Gallup Republican. If troubled with a weak digres sion try. Chamberlain's Stomach I nd Liver Tablets They will do ou good. For sale by St. Johns 71 i i 1 fill ft has been -kept in a neat ajnOT )rug Co.