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SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD
S IPS & HERALD
- Vol. 1, oNO. 42.
ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., OCT. 17, 1903.'
SNIPS, Vol. 3, No. 6
HERALD, Vol. 20 No. 4
plant, a temporary steam pump j of New York, proprietor oí 'the
Elam Cheney and sons, Roy
and Stoyell, have just returned
from the mountains where they
have been engaged with sheep.
Don Pedro Candelaria has pur
chased a new ha3r-bailer. We
feel that it will be of much profit
to the people of Apache county.
School started in upper Concho
last Monday under the supervi
sion of Miss EJlva Heap, of Saint
Johns. The enrollment wa
fourteen scholars but the attend
anco will be greater in a few
Jesse Marble and. wife, of Con
ch Jacob Pulsipher and family,
of Thatcher, George Waite and
family and one of the Rothlis
borgf r boys and wife and mother,
of St. Johns, left by team Thurs
day for St. George, Utih.
plant, a repair shop, a saw mill
complete, electrical p Arer equip
ment and a telephone line.
The director of survey is autho
rize I also to perfect an option on
the land within the limits of the
proposed reservoir which expires
on Oct. 20. Mr. Arthur P. Davis
,of the general survey who is in
, Arizona, has been notified of the
secretary's action and he will
supply data for advertising for
bids. The buildings to be erect
ed will be of -i cheap character,
but the machinery will be of the
best. The cement plant must be
i in operation before work can
j begin on the power canal, which
is to be constructed before work
1 on the dam itself is beerun.
three most widely-read ' daily
newspapers in the world, pos
sible candidate of the democratic
party for the presidency in 1904
and the friend of the territories,'
arrived in Albuquerque Wed
nesday night. He came in a
special train and with some thirty
guests, prominent members of
the senate and house of represen
tatives, of both political parties,
whom he expects to journey
through the southwest to convin
ce of the justice of the claims of
the territories for admission-' as
states to the Union.
Mrs. McCarthy Wins.
Suits to recover insurance on
A source of annoyance to thethe Hfe of her husband, John '
McCarthy, amounting to about
$30, 000, have just been settled
in favor of the plaintiff, Mrs.
1 i .! f
department is tne attitu.ie or se
veral holders of land in the reser
voir site who appear determined
The Tonto Dam.
excessive sums for their holdings.
It is the policy of the depart
ment to avoid litigation , and. it
A. special telegram to the
Ph nix Repulí Í2.iii fro n ,Va Ell
ington dated Ozt. 14th siys:
The last vestid i of d nibt of
the building of the Tonto reser
voir was rem Vv'd to lay when tli2
secretary of the interior issued an
or ler to the director of the gen
enil survey to make contracts for
the necessarv preliminary work
S,t the dam site which will cost
in the neighborhooi of $n),')0).
These contracts whL:!i will be
awarded at the earliest. p.ssi'!e
moment will cover the constru -tio'n
ul an. up-to date cement
to hold up the government for j McCarthy, in the district court
in Flagstaff, Ariz. Some two
3rears ago John McCarthy, of
Tucson, a minhisr exoert. was
will be liberal with l.m I o.vncrs arcidfe-tttrfliy tillelt ittYKe-mount-'
but it will not submit to extor- ainSf -while alone. When found
ttons of the kind mentioned. The his body was dccorap0sed. His
attention of the Salt River Val- friend Undertaker J. Riley of
ley Water Users' Awmtion s Flagstaff brought the body out
directed to this particular matter on his 5ack in a canvass sack.
in the h p th it it may use its The insurance companies denied
influence with the persons who
are holding out for big money.
its identity and claimed
McCarthy still lived. But the
There is no doubt that con-' Flagstaff undertaker established
tracts would have been let some , its identity for the widow.
time ago but for obstacles create !
ed by land owners. !
Touring the Territories.
Congressman Win. R, Hearts, 'Johns Dru Co.
For a pleasant physic take1
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. 'ISasy to take. Pleas-
(ant in effect. For sale by St.
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