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NIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD
&NIIá & HERALD
Vol. 1, No. 3 .
ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., SEPT. 5, 1903.
SNIPS, Vol. 2, No. 50
HERALD, Vol. 19 No, 49
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baird left
Monday for Snowflake where they
have been preparing- to go for
áometime to make their future
Samuel Baird, Miss Pearl Udall
Mrs. Olena Kempe and her
daughter, Charlotte, left for
Pima, Arizona, Friday last. A
pleasant farewell party was given
them on the eve of their departure.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis,
Dudley Lewis, Pratt Greer, M. P.
Holliday, Mrs. Grace Nichols and
Mrs. Amelia Coleman were pleas
ant callers at our little yillage
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were
on there way home in Mesa,
Two of Concho's estimable
young people Jesse Marble and
Libbie Sanders launched their
bark out on the matrimonial sea
Wednesday at one o'clock. Bishop
E. G, Cheney preformed the cer
mony which made them com
panions in this life long voyage.
A banqnet was served to a num
ber of guests and a ball in the
.evening closed the memorable
day. All wish them long, happy
and useful Uves.
. AUf tne cttle around this
part of the country are locking
ii'tle oft cue mountain to tneir
Mr. Mart Susberg came down
from the mountains the 29th ult.
and is pleased with the grass.
George Henderson has resigned
as foreman of the Cross Bar
outfit. Harris Miller took his
Mrs. Wilkins is having her oats
cut which is very light on ac
count of dry weather this
Tne largest cattle roundup that
there has been for years was held
north of the Rudd Knoll. About
two thousand head were gathered.
Three outlaws are at large in
the White Mountains. Two
officers trailed them throfigh
Nutrioso on the 27th ult. but lost
their trail at Alpine. v
A few days of sunshine have
been welcome since we have had
so much lain.
Last Saturday a flood ,came
down Dry Canyon and destroyed
about fifteen acres of grain for J.
Last Monday the Eagar Ir
rigation company met and accent
ed the referees appointed to act
on the water question between
Eagar and St. Johns.
A number of citizens aTe taking
up a collection in behalf of Mr.
N. E. Marble, of Amity, who
has a cancer on his lip. It has
been decided that he must be sent
to Dr. Chumley, of San Francis-
I co, Calif., for treatment. Mr.
Marble is in very trying circum
stancés, therefor his friends are
doing all they can to raise the
money to help him in his afflic
Harvest time is near at hand.
Plenty of ra in and mud. Rángé
is getting good.
Sylvester Hale is building him
a good substantial house.
W. S. Gibbons and family made
a hasty trip to Springeryille on
The Pearce Cattle Company
haye moved their cattle from the
mountain to the mesa north of
Mrs. Mina ' Marble and her
daughters, Naomi and Edith, who
have been visiting with us, return-,
ed to their home in Eager.
John Hall and company moved
down from the mountains to the
old Hall ranch. They are en
gaged in the manufacture of
butter and cheese.
Crop Report of Apache County.
Alpine Good showers nearly
every da)r are doing much good;
some grain is ready to be cut;
potatoes crop is better than it has
been for sometime. Miss Annie
Pinto Fore part of week very
warm; latter part cold and cloudy
with local showers; heavy rain on
29; range in good condit ion.: A.
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