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title: 'Snips and the St. Johns herald. (St. Johns, Ariz.) 1903-1905, December 05, 1903, Page 2, Image 2',
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', rora Peralta, Paulonia
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"I Know not what the truth may be;
I tell to you as 'twas told to me."
Pupils not absent or tardvclur-
Bishop B. F. Stewart, of Al
pine, was in town this week.
J. L. Hulsey is at the Sher-
wood . House; receiving" medical
aid... . . : ." , . ; ..
Supervisor Benigno Lopez
was hi town Thursday and Fri
day. Richard Gibbons was in town
Sunda)r from his ranch at Mal
pais. Born Tck Mr. and Mrs. Fed
erico Gonzales, December 1st
Miss Cecelia Barth returned
Thursday from Williams where
she has been visiting- with Mr
and Mrs. A. Tyroler.
Reamer Ling- is visiting the
schools in several upper country
towns. He is acting" as Deputy
County Superintendent of Schools
É. Ñ. Freeman Jr. and J. F.
Neilson left this week for Greer
and Nutrioso where they will hold
meetings in the interest of the
Y. M. M. I. A.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Waite
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rothlis
berger returned from their trip
to Utah. They report having
had a pleasant time.
H. P. Trainor, of Sprinrer
ville, was 'in town Wednesday
to make final proof ':qn his land.
John Adey and Jacob Hamblin
were here as witnesses.
Attorney' Alfred Ruiz and
family arrived in town Thurs
day and intend making their
home here in the future. Mrs.
Ruiz's health has been very poor
while the.3r were in Prescott.
appointed a member of the Ariz. I 'Total n'tiirt-bC of písillsíírllh
Rangers and left this week for 102. ' V :"
herp he will' Percentage of atle.iirlance4 97
join that body. Mr. Pearce is
the onlv member of the Rangers ing month:
from this county. He is a Abel Ortega, Arthur bSJfifier,
worthy young man and will no Jacinto Gallegos, Ramon tífener
doubt he of great assistance to os, Zenobio Cordova, .7 til i am Lu
the Rangers. jeero, Lotario Ortega, IsflariÁ Or
tega, barbarita .'aramnlo,' KSune-
II. J. PTatt, -If. left Thursday
for Safford, Arizona where he
' has accepted a position as clerk
in W. F. Piatt's druf store at
tViíif- nhirp. Tío :i Imsf nf
friends here who wish him' sue-' PeraUa' 'f'ose Gill,eS, -Hum Clm-
1.1 VCú, X 1 el i I V. Ul I I i 1 1 1 1 LclUIIItl, XWUUIC
1 J. LO
lia Trujillo, Frankie Garcia, 'Fel
icita Ja rami lio, Eloísa Álderette,
Tom'asita Garcia, Chona Lucero,
Jacobita Chavez, Espiridjiona
Schuster, Precilia Tafova, Au-
and Antonio Duran-
cess in his new position.
mother and two sisters -accompanied
him and will remain
there in the future.
The play entitled .kiThe
Social Glass" was gien last
Saturday evening before a large
audience. The play was well
nprfnnnol n nrl r" fl ir orV a o-rr n f
L, L . of sneep will be allowed to graze
credit on uiuse who ldüív part
We hope that more plays will
j be presented in the future as
Ihome talent is greatly appreci
ated by all The proceeds of
, play will be sent to the mis
sionaries . from St. Johns as a
100.003 Head of sheep.
Forest Supenvisor F. S. Breen
! has received notice from "the
Í Department, that lQO.OOO head
Death has visited t. Johns
and has taken away one of our
young men, Willard Holgate.
The young man had been ill for
some timé before his death,
! wh i ch ca me a t h al f pas t nine
! Monday night and was caused
by diabetes. He was about
twenty vears of age and was
: well liked by everyone whole new
i him. The funeral was held
I Wednesday at one o'clock 'and
the remains were laid in th.'ir
last resting place in the cem
etery'. -Miich sympathy in ex
pressed for the bereaved family.
te g -
The following is a record of
attendance in School District No.
l;for the month ending Novem-
on the Black Mesa Forest Re
serve from April 1st, to Decem
ber 1st, Í 904, -under the same
condition as were imposed; on
sheep grazing in 1903.
The classification of. stock
men will be based on the same
conditions as for 1903, i. e., re
sidents on the Reserve 1st class.
Owners of land witlrn the Re
serve residing outside, 2nd cass.
Settlers living adjacent to t'he
Reserve, 3rd, class; other rights
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J. H. Pearce, of Greer, lias been ; ber 27; 1903: