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ST. JOHNS HERALD And apache news " if i-rU'- -, v- 4! MM ; ' if r "4K ?o, 26'. ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, OCTOBER 21, 1909 . 2 Nom if a check account enables YOU. to save, on)y sixty dollars more than you otherwise would each year it means to vou as much as the income from a one thousand dollar loan at six per cent interest. Isn't that worth while? Many who are not uow saving any thing would find a check account the : means of accumulating more than 'v sixty dollars a year. ' Why don't YOU try this! plan -of - ' getting ahead? Let us help you. Vv" n The Apache County bank ahr Trust1 Gof - St. Johns. Arizona Official Minutes Board of Supervisors (Continued from last week) paper, two bids were received, one from Messrs. John Nuve'en & Co., Chicago, 111., and the oth er from The Apache County Bank and Trust Co. of St Johns, Ariz: t,he bid of The Apache County Bank and Trust Co. of St. Johns, Arizona, as specified in its bid of data Oct. 4, 1909, and on file in the office of the clerk of Board, is hereby accepted and the Bonds are hereby ordered executed and delivered to said Bank andTrust Co,, upon said conditions as spec ified being complied with. And the guarantee check of Messrs John Nuveen & Co. , of Chicago, 111., is hereby ordered returned to them. The bid of H. C. Overson, the only one received, , fr the wild animal hides now in the Countys possession, at 20c. each, is hereby accepted, and the sheriff is here by directed to attend to the trans action as in the J uly meeting of the Board this year. The bid of Rafael Nuanes to furnisn firewood to Courthouae per cord, for good solid cedar wood, cut into proper stove leng ths, and furnished at the proper times is accepted, and the sher iff is herebly directed to attend to the measuring and safe stor ing of said wood. It is herebly ordered by the board that Reamer Ling is sold the en tire galllows on the north side of the courthouse yard, in payment for the same. Be it resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Apache county, Arizona, that the clerk of this Board is hereby directed and authorized to execute a Lease to H. J. Sladefor the S iof Sec 16, T. 8 R. 28) and another Lease to U. R Wiltbank for the N i of said section, in lieu of Lease or dered executed Apr. 3, 1907; said lease to be dated Apr. 3, 1907, properly receipted for rentalpaid and executed upon receipts of a certificate from said Slade and Wiltbank stating that such ar rangement and agreement is en tered into between them. Board adjourned to meet at 8 a. m Oct. 6, 1909. Attest:- Jos. TJdall. Chairman. Mil, for the winter ol 1909-10, atl4 1: St. Johns, Arizona, v Oct. 6, 1909. Board of Supervisors met at 9 a m., this day all members, clerk district attorney and sher iff present. The salaries of the county of ficers were allowed out of the Salary Fund. The probate Judge approved the Supervisors sala ries: O. D- Gallegos. county recorder, $ 312.50 A. B. Candelaria coun- tj tresurer, 312.50 F. W. Nelson, district attorney,, 312.50 W. S. No veil court reporter, 40.00 Sylvester Peralta, sher iff and tax assessor. 575 00 Sylvester Peralta, sum moning junors- 75.00 Sy Ivestes Peralta,, jailer ana laninor, lyo.uu Monico Garciij probate Judge, , iN r.v 150.00 iJr. Roberts, Supt. of ? health, 75:00 Dr. Roberts, registrar vital statistics, ,75 00 1 Jos. CJdall, Super visor, t. 175. oO David Ortega Super visor, ' 172-00 F. T. Colter, Super visor 175. Oo The claim of Kd. Miller, deputy sheriff fees, No. 39, was taken up and reconsidered, and warr ant ordered issued for an addi ditional amount and ordered paid to correct errors in mileage, to- wit: 12 90 The claim of J. S. Brady depu ty sheriff fes. was audited and allowed in amount of 11.15 The monthly and quarterly re ports of county superintendent of schools Garcia were examined audited and found correct. The claim of Isaac Barth, tax attorney in prosecution of delin quent taxes due for the year of 190f-1907: amounting to $1,295.35 is hereby rejected. The following claims were ex amined, audited and ordere d paid out of the expeuse Fund: Malpais Ranch and Trading Co., burial indi gent, $2o.OO C, L. Day; J. P. fees, 3.5o C L. Day, coroner in quest, lo.OO The report of Frank Gallego justice of the peace of St. Johns Precinct, was examined aud found correct. In the matter of the applica tion of the St. Johns Water Works Co. for a franchise to lay water pipes in the streets and highways of St. Johns, it is hereby Resolved, that permission be granted said Company to go a head with laying water pipes as asked for, on the conditions be ing complied with, as follows; -4. That on all streets west of. Logan street, main pipe lines be laid on east and west streets within five feet of center on north sides of streets; and on north and south streets, within five feet of center on west sides of streets; and on all streets east of Logan street, pipes tor be laid along the sides' of the streets as adopted by the Compa ny, provided that said pipes be laid uniformly on all streets, andr leaving, a reasonable width 'for .': sidewalks; v 2 That the maximum ra-ygfegr the delivery of water to consum ers, in amounts up to 300 gallons per month, be $1.50 per month; and for all amounts of water so delivered, over 300 gallons per month, the maximum price to be one-half cent per gallon; 3. That the district attorney and a representative of the Com pany prepare a Franchise before next meeting of this Board, to file for consideration, and sub-, mit for action at the next regular ' meeting of this Board. H There being no further busi- t ness before the Board, it adjourn- : " ed; ' Jos Udall. Attest: - Chairman; O. D Gallegos, clerk. f Academy Echoes This is the best year the Acad amy has yet known. There are eighty one students and when the missionary class starts in November there will be one hun dred students. The courses ar more complete and there is more enthusiasm and better work is being done than on any previous year. The Student Body have elected officers that is: President Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer, M'ngr. of Athletics and Yell Master, to manage all Student Body affairs such as dan ces, contests, track meets, etc. ' A .1 .'".X-?. 4V t. " 4- 'X'