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title: 'Snips and the St. Johns herald. (St. Johns, Ariz.) 1903-1905, August 06, 1903, Image 1',
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NIPS & ST. JOHNS
SNIPS A HERALD
Vol. 1, io. 32.
ST; JOHNS, ARIZ., AUGUST 6,
Mr. Jo&OKempe is still improv
fiig from an ia,t tecle o f the' typhoid
Casper C. Naegle is down from
the mountains enjoying- a lrtef
recreation from his business.
Almond Ring's is improving1 so
rapidly that Dr. Fleming: removed
th splints from the injured limb
Last week4 Permia, the little
Son ,uf Mr- Candelaria, broke his
árm. He is reported to br get
Jrihg along1 nicely.
' The young- folks spent a few
.pleasant hours last evening- in
the way of a surprise party in
honor of Mr. Daniel Pulsipher's
birthday. Games, songs and
recitations - afforded- amusement
Frank Baird and wife will soon
leave here and will make their
home near Snow Hake in the
future. They will be missed
very much in our little village
and all wish them a successful
and happy life in their new home..
The firing- of guns last week
announced the marriage of Ando
lecio Ortega and Miss Chavez.
The ceremony, however, was
performed in Holbrook. Ambro
sio Candelaria acted as best man
J!irtd his sister, Paiiltta, as best
Judy. All wish them a safe and
huppy voyage oti the matrimonial
Sylvester ílulséy left for Luírn,
New Mexico, Aug. 1st to attend
to business matters.
Nearly all small grain is. look
ing dry on account of no rain.
We had a small shower the 1st.
C. S. Lowe, of Eager, started
to cub his crop of hay here the
1st iut. and will not get a first
class crop on account of dry
Mrs. L. Millet started to Mag
dalena, N. M. Monday where she
will join her husband who has
been working there for the past
two months at mining".
Mr. R. W. Moltcr and Miss L.
J. Millet .went to Luna, N. M.
July 29th and were married there:
The newly wedded couple have
many friends here that wish
them a happy journey through
We have had some fine showers
but at present it is drv and hot.
Cattlemen are busy keeping
their stock off the Indian reser
vation. ' Pratt Greer brought Miss Pearl
Udall, of St. Johns, up to see the
sights of our village.
Forest Ranger D. I. Pearod's
wife is with us enjoying the
the beautiful scenery and delight
ful climate of this vicinity.
Mr. and Mr. Joe Woods, of
Holbwfe-, .Mrand 'Mr John
Bo.ys grow more regultól 'tfeWill
born in stature and wciight.
Children born in summer aré
taller than those boru in winter-'
Red and yellow are visible; at
greater distances than grenjhd
Truant boys are inferior in
weight, height and chest girth tci
boys m general:
Dull children are lighter and
precocious children heavier ;
the average child. -"
According to the latest re'ports
the Durango and Clifton railroad
will be built through the coun
ties of Cochise and Graham in
Arizona; the counties of Gntnt
Socorro. Valencia, Bernalillo,
San Juan and Rio Arriba in New
Mexico. and the counties of Cone
jos and La Plata in Colorado,.
This road will open up a rich
The cavalry and pistol compf-tó;í
. . w-'í IF'
umbia, California and Colorark)
will be held at Fort Whipple
August 10 to 18 inclusive; '
largre number of officers itóe
eel to be present.
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