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SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HEKAbD.
"I know not what the truth may bc; .
I tell to you as 'twas told to me."
A "play, entitled "The Social
Glass" will be given in Assembly
Henry Slade Iras been in town
this week visitiifg friends. He
is on kis way to his home in
Wc are authorized to extend
a general invitation to the
citizens of St. Johns to attend
the opening of the Territorial
Industrial School at Benson,
Arizona, Nov. 30, 1903.
Dionicio Duran, a large sheep
owner of St. Johns, is in 'Mesa
and has rented a residence for
himself and family, the coming
Mr. Duran says the sheep this
year are in good condition
throughout the territory and
that the movement to this valley
will commence soon after the
first rain. At present most of
the sheep are the other side of
Tonto Basin., and are feeding
on the range there. It is very
dry in that region, so that the
sheep cannot be brought down
on account of lack of water.
Mr. Duran thinks that a larger
number of sheep than have ever
been brought down before will
come to the valley for shearing
Sorenscn, Edwin Whiting, Leo
nard Whiting, Elda W.hiting,
Eulalia Berry, Gerald Berry,
Lois Jarais, Clara Wool ford,
Jessie Wiltbank, Leonard Davis,
David Udall, Grover Udall, Levi
Udall, Daniel Sherwood, Cora
Sherwood, Wilbur Earl, Thusie
Brown, Cynthia Brown.
Families having no children
absent or late during month;
C. P. Anderson, J. H. Heap and
W. W. Berrv. ' . ' . ;
this, season. The wool
promises to be a good one,
lYirnarn t-i l.iinihfrf rpnrp?pn- ,
j . , -pv . -v-r , o i with the prospects of good win-
ting the Deseret News, of Salt i r , , , ' .
t i r'j. rti v. . iter feed, the sheepmen are in
Lake City, Utah, was in town í
: good spirits.
ucaudjr hj ici lijc in
terests of his paper, which has a
lafgé' circulation in this county.
J. B. Patterson returned last
The following is a report
School District JSEo. It 'for the
Arch. Maxwell and J.' Biiird
left the 17th hist, for Clifton,
Arizona when; they will sell
Mrs. El lie Tenney passed
through here the 18th hist, on
her way to St. Johns. 9 '
' Mr. Chas. Greag, the school
teacher here, has a severe attack
of la grippe.
Saturday irom an extended trip second month:
through Utah, Idaho and Wyotn-j Miss Kemp's room: enrolled 4);
ing where he has been visiting average attendance, 97 per cent:
with friends and relatives. He , No. tardies, 69: davs absent 4Í.
reports having had an excellent! Mrs. Peterson's room: en-
thne while awáy.
Tom Phelps and sistér, Miss
Dugie Phelps were in town Wed
nesday. The3r had business
before the probate court in the
matter of the estate of their
brother, Wm. Phelps, who died
at Roswell, N. M., recently.
verj' quietly nere. i ne school
boys played a game of base ball
with the town boys. The for
mer team won the game. The
ninth and tenth grade basket absent, 9,
ball yearns also played. The, layman
ninth';' grade carried oix the
rolled, 31; average attendance,
93 per cent; No. tardies, 59;
days absent, 14.
Mr. Renchers room, enrolled,
30; average attendance, 93j per
cent; No. tardies, 15; days
absent, 33, (
Mr. Brown's- room; enrolled
48; average attendance, 98 per
away !Ccnt; No tardies, 33; days absent,
Mr. 'Hinckley's room; enrolled,
31; average attendance, 97.7 per
cent;" No. tardies, 23; days
Overson, Mary E.
Heap, Parley Heap. Ward Heap,
Josie i Anderson, Albert Ander-
" !son, Lettie Anderson, Alfred
Sheep Coming 1 Anderson, Hilda Mincer, Earl
Thípllowing is 'clipped from ' Patterson, Wm. Tenney, Lillian
the ?henix Gazette: Sorensen, Emma Sorensen, Mary
Display the Flag
Following are extracts from
an act of the last legislature
concerning the purchasing of a
flag, etc., and the displaying
thereof, in every school district
Sec. 1. It shall be the duty of
the school authorities in the
several school distrcls of the-territory-
of Arizona to purchase
a United States flag,- flagstaff
and the necessary appliances
therefor, and to display such fi.ig
on or near the public schol
building during school hours,
and at such othor timo as such
authorities may direct.
Sec. 2. The s ii I s;!iool
authorities shaJl establish rules
and regulations for tlu- proper
custody, jare and display of
the flag, and wIkmi the Avathor
will not permit it to be other
wise displayed it sh il'f be placed,
in the princip.il room in the
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