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SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD
SNIPS & HERALD
Vol. 1, .so. 87.
ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., SEPT. 12, 1903.
SKIPS, Vol. 2, So. 5L
HERALD, Vol. 19 No. oü
- Mrs. Anna G. Thomas has
gone to Holbrook on business
und will be absent from here
three weeks or more.
Messrs Dudley Lewi - and M. P.
Holliday, life insurance agents of
Mesa, Ariz., have been spending1
a few days here transtictin g
Ward confrrence was held here
Sunday. President D. K. Udall
and wife, J. T. Lesueur and wife,
E. N; Freeman and wife, Mrs.
Mary Farr and Mrs. J. B. Patter
son, oí St. Johns, were present.
Mrs. Mary E. Marble, a res
ident of our village, died last
Monday at 12:50 p. m. from heart
disease. The deceased had been
a very iudustrious, honorable
woman and a faithful Latter Day
Saint, always willing and anxious
to perform every duty reqiured of
' jier. She will be greatly missed
as her kind and charitable acts
are broadly known. She leaves
a husband, a son and a- wide
circle of friends to mourn her un
timely loss. The funeral servi
ces were held Wednesday and
were well attended. The speak
ers were M essrs. C. H. Riggs,
Wm. Pulsiphe.r, E. G. Cheney
and Mrs. Verna Nagle.
here recently and B. W. Finiey;
is now the railroad agent.
Mr. Nichol was over from, the
Long H headquarters Saturday
and returned the next day.
We had a large rain here Fri
day and Sunday and also plenty
of wind Sunday and Monday.
Word has reached here that B.
F. Whittick, of Fort Wingate, is
dead. His death was caused by
a rattle snake bite. '
F. H. Reaves went out to the
Wide Ruins Friday and returned
! Saturday. He .reports that the
Indians have plenty of corn this
j The school trustees met here
i Saturday and decided to hire Miss
Gardner, of St. Louis, Mo., to
I to teach the district school this
J. F. McCarrell was down from
his ranch Sunday and ren
ted a house so that he could
move his family to town this
! winter so that his ctiileren could
! attend school.
" Ml. Sayen, L. B. Putney's
; traveling salesman, was in town
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Meyer left
Frank Algine, of Amity, pass
ed thru here on his way to Cliff,
N. M., where his step-son lives.
Sam Love, Jim and Bud Greer
earae up from Eagar after a sep
arater to thresh Round Valley's
Arthur Tcnney, Sr., is in town
; to visit his folks and look after
j his farming interests. He has
'been freighting between .Coon'
and Silver City, N. M., and states
that a number of freighters are
heeded there at once.
We had a trial in the justice
court here over a county road..
The county vs. J. H. Stand rfird,
of Alpine. Judgement was ren
dered in favor of the defendant.
Alpine was well represented here
during the trial.
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Crop Report of Apache County.
Eagar Several heavy rains
during the week; warm days,
cool nights; range good; grain
cutting in full progress, second
crop of lucern ready to harvest,
but some a little damaged by
rains. Mrs. J. Udall.
Greer Weather nice for grow-
! ing crops, showers are quite fre-
jquent; grain so tall and heavy
I that some is falling down; some
grain is ripening. Ellis W.
I Nutrioso Rains first and last
of week, but too late to do. grain
much good, which is a very light
crop; gardens doing well; range
is good and cattle are cloirig Well.
Pinto Local rains every day;
nights cool; cloudy nearly evéry
afternoon; range is in good con
dition. A. E. Henning.
Who says the Rangers aré hot
worth all they cost and more?
Onlv last week they found and
secured conviction of a Lynx
Creek man who killed his muiey
J steer and sold a hindquarter
without a licence. This county
must be ridded of her desper
ate characters. Phoenix, Enter-
! prise. ,