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SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD.
? LOCAL NEWS '
urday on account of the ice giv
J. T. Lesueur and J. B Patter
son attended the semi-annual
meeting of the board of directors
of the A. C. M. I. at Holbrook
FOR SALE A lot of good
second hand household furniture
for sale at a bargain. Come and
see and be convinced.
Mrs i. S. Perkins.
A pany of pleasure seekers left
for the mountains yesterday j
where they will remain a few !
days and enjoy the cool weather.
We did not learn the names of
those who were in the party.
Don Antonio Gonzales, the
genial merchant of Salt Lakes
New Mexico, was in town the
first of the week attending to
business matters. Mr. (ronzales
says that a railroad is sure to
come through Salt Lakes in the
near future and when it does
come they will have a chance to
market the salt, which is a good
quality. With a railroad through
there it would be an easy matter
to lind a market for any amount
ÍVÍrs. Henr3r Barrett, of "Rich
ville, was in town Saturday.
Sol Earth and family are
spending a few days at the Salt
Miss Anna Jensen has gone to
Adamana where she will be em
ployed. Miss Lottie Sherwood, who
has been working at Flagstaff,
returned home Friday,
Misses Pearl und Luella Üdall
returned Saturday from a pleas
ure trip to tlie mountains
J. J. Karnes came in from the
range Monday where he had been
looking after his stock interests.
Leandro Ortega returned this
week from Cohch o where he had
been atteding to business mat
James Pearce and wife, of
Snowflake, passed through the
city last Friday on their way to
Piatt Hobson, a proment catle
raan of Springerville. was in
town Saturday to prove up on
a section of land.
The ice cream parlor, which
has been conducted this summer
bv Miss TCnna CJdall, closed Sat-
J. D. Newman, a prominent
sheepman ot Flagstaff, was in
! the city this week. He is tak
ing a large herd of sheep, which j
i he purchased in New Mexico, to
Flagstaff and from there he will
go to Phoenix for the winter.
! Capt. John T. Elogue left for
' Holbrook Tuesday. From there
the captain will go to Albuquer
que and spend a few days and
, then he will go to San Francisco
to attend the encampment ol the
G. A. R. He expects to be absent
! about three months.
Mr, Sam Saffel, of Springer-
ville, left for his home Saturday.
It will be remember that Mr.
1 Saffel was shot in the back about
a month ago while on his way tu
Magdalena, N. M. by some un
known coward. While here he
i was under the care of Dr. Wool-
Reamer Ling, Apache county's
district attorney, and J. N. B'.l-!
yeu, Justice of the Peace at
. Springerville, returned from ;
Prescott Tuesday where they j
have been serving on the' federal'
trial jur. They came over I ruin
Concho with Benigno Lopez, I
(member of the board of super
, visors of this ccmaty.
Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of a Doctor.
kkI am just up from a hard spell
of the flux" (.dysentery) says Mr.
T, A. Pinner, a well known mer
chant of Drummond, Tenn. "I
used one small bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy and was cured with
out having a doctor. I consider
it the best cholera medicine in
the world." There is no need-of
employing a doctor when this re
medy is used, for no doctor can
prescribe a better medicine for
bowel complaint in any iorrn
either for children or adults. It
never fails and is pleasant to
take. For sale by St. Johns
Notice to Creditors.' V
Probate Court, County ot Apache, Ter
ritory of Arizona.
In the matter of the estate óf 1
Henry Barrett, deceased. J r
Notice is hereby given by the nuder
signed, administratrix of the estate of
Henry Barrett, deceased, to the
Creditors of, and all porsons having
claims against ún isud deceased, to
exhibit thvíui with the necessary vouch
ers, whli in ten ( 10: mouths after the
íirsí publication of thin notice, to the
sam administratrix, at her residence
Hichville, (her . ostotlice address) Apar
clu; County. Territory of Arizona, thfc:
same beinr i lie place for the transac
tion of the LMs;nas.s ot the aaid estate.
This the it th day ul July, A D. 1903,
at tít. Johns, Ariz.
Maud H, Barrett,
Administratrix of the estate of Benry