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Snips and the St. Johns herald. (St. Johns, Ariz.) 1903-1905, September 12, 1903, Image 4

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Tmfchs and St. ínhns Htvaírí
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;vHvs NON-P ARTISAN.
i'.--. FiAttlM cvry Thursday at St. John, Arizona
'.w'..JL.J .. ,C
!f "The Officii Pairar Apacha County.
: U-OYD Gi HEiTiniG, Editor $d Proprfttor.
.' 111 ir i i- i
, ' SUBSCRIPTION:.
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í,í, un montn... ............... .20
Six month 60
OíTtí vcar $í.00
arAll subscriptions mutt b. puM ln ADVANCE .
Tlife paper will hn stopped at the ampliation of tíie tlm
paid for.
V?i,-.r,A in t-U .f fl... C T-f A
;. sacond-ctess mail matter, May 14, 1 9 03, under Act
Ml. f rtcyrR of Mnrr.1i 3 t S 70
i-uvcriisxiig mies iurmanca on application.
The reporf: coiVJivH
trationS, mostly "Wining scenes"
and embraces 110 subjects. V Ap
plications for the 'completed re
port will be received by the
Governor or the Secretary of the
Interior. About 5,000 copies of
the report will be distributed at
ithe World's Fair next year.
1 ttcson Post.
wmmm
About four years ago Charley
TSrwin paid a visit to the Pe tri
lled forest and while there left
a large sombrero under the
Natural bridge near the falls,
and in such a condition that the
water dripped on it. One side
of the rim was pinned up to the
crown and tne therein was work
ed with a cora the letters ilC. K."
In this place the hat remained
until about a month or so ago,
when Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ruffer
were visiting at the place. Erwin
gave them a description of the
location of his "plant" and
thither they went and found the
"hat. A complete petrifiactiou
of the cliapeau had taken place.
It is absolutely stone. Mrs. Riv-
fner brought it home with her
and now has it, regarding: it as
one of the choice curios of her
t many tiavels. Prescott Courier.
i . it' mm
Hkfclv',iwe If t:c ' tí-i Irtttl-
ne 'ofv fc- fielVhbor?i f
alnust hopdensb' aífiféted with
5'arrho;ar; was attfel "by:, two ;.
phybians who gaveVirfra' ' Utile,
if any, fslief diton,brousrht him
Ht'le. ;f nnf relief, vfh&n if:
n ighhnr 'ea rt-'iig- of his sH'. fls ':
condition, hmngltt him k bottie
tit Ch;mberlin's Clic Cn olera
and Dinrrlmea Rt:Viedv iwhicH
him in less than twenty-fouf ' , ..
4 nnurs for saie oy rt. jonns uru-
Co. '
Bureau of immigration.
Since the creation of the De
partment of Commerce and Labor,
Secretary George B. Cortelyou in
control with I4 rank P. Sargent, New Mexico cattlemen have
formerly of Tucson, commissioner ! prepared a bill to be presented
of immigration, the direction of
affairs pertaining to immigration
to the next general assembly,
which prohibits the holding of
Governor Brodie has forwarded
his annual report to the Secretary
pf the Interior and it will be
issued- from the Government
Printing Office in about two
two months. It contains about
,700 type written pages and a
number of illustrations showing
the progress in industries, min
ing camps and cities of Arizona
in the past year. About fifty
pages has been devoted to irriga
tion and a large part to mining.
and the Chinese service was steer trving contests in the
transferred from the office of the territory. They claim that for
collector of customs at Nogales, weeks before the contests the
that office being an adjunct of cowboys practice on the range
I the Treasury Department, stock, injuring in this manner
í Under the new conditions there hundreds of cattle anuftlly.
I have occurred several changes, j There is probably truth In. the
the title of the office now being! claim. EJx. '..'
I known as the United States Bu- ,
lre.au of Immigration for Arizona I "i have been troubled with m v
nd New Mexico with headquart- stomach for the past fqur years."
ters at Stone Avenue and Broad- says j). iv. Beach, of Ciowr Nook
j way, Tucson. George W. Webb, ! aml- GreTenfiehl. as fow
Í . . . . . ' davs ago I was induced to buv a
tis inspector m charge, district of , b ' Qf Ch;tmbe.r!ii's Stomach and
Arizona and New Mexico, Tuc-i Li ver Tablets. I have taken oart
son, Arizona. Tucson Citizen. 'of them and feel a great deal
mm : better." If rou have any trouble
Monev. ' wn 3Tur stomach try a box of
.these Tablets. You are certain
Money is a difficult study. All to be pleased with the result,
feel awkward without some of it, Price 25. cents. Por sais byf $t.
and many are more awkward . bns Drug : Co. ,
when they get much of it. The
scarcity of change in the pocket
is not nearly such a calamity as
I money in hand without brains to
j spend it wisely. Then we see
I the well-worn friends of adverse
times trade off for new, and moral
I muele grows soft. Hard work
j and struggle do no dammage but
j aimlessness and plenty can wreck i
any one. Such splendid char-1
.acters are devoloped by adversity
! that it seems like an actual loss
for thern to gain affluence and
cease effort.
Tabor &-Uawe. !
theWest they wear
Levi Strauss c Go
Copper-riveted
Overalls
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