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íNJbPtí & ST. JOHNS HJb)KAjL0
j , Wedding Bells.
Prof. A. S. Gibbons and Miss
Adctié Christensen, both of this
fcityVV were married Wednesday
afternoon at the home of the
bride ,by Bishop C. P. Anderson.
paféstimable young people
which was held at the Boyar did the shooting.
residence. The house was crowd- letters to relatives and
ed in every part, many people be- banker at Arlington, Tc:
ing compelled to remain outside.
The service was one of the
most touching that we ever wit-
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turé. A gf rand wedding- ball was
given Thursday evening in the
The Snips & Heraid joins their
many friends in wishing them a
happy voyage upon the sea of
,'K HOLBROOK HINTS.
Interesting, and Newsy Items Clipped from
A. L. Truax, of Adamana,
made a business visit here Mon
day. Fred Coalter passed through
last Monday en route from Spring
er vi liento Flagstalf.
Gporge Hennesey came down
from Adamana yesterday to at
tend the Christmas dance.
James Donahue came in ,from
rang;eSuriday. Jim was slightly
under the weather, but under the
treatment.&f Dr. Johnson is rap
Keep Up the Fight.
In an interview today Governor , á
nessed, and we have no doubt Brodie tells us that at the time,;
that this is equally true of the he left Washington he had reason
many who shed tears of grief at to believe that the joint state-
that solemn service. 'hood bill would fail of passage, , k
Rev. Father Connelly offered but that it would be well for the
prayer and spoke some very feel- people to keep up their protests ,(
.ng words of admonition to those through their organized bodies. A
sembled. Alter the last look! We trust the governor's advice
supervisors, city councils and
boards of trade throughout the
In our opinion no one has done
as much against the jointure bill
is u-overnor jorocue. ae comes
jtnees taking part. At the graye! froin the fiffht alld without :
side the final words of prayer V
uv .nidi lvii iu. j j yj n J (.IX -
lad been taken uj Mxs
were pronounced by Rev. Con
nelly, and the coffin was lowered
to its last resting place.
protests. In times- like .these,,
when the welfare and future of
our territory are in danger, there
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i ne citizens ot ttoioroou: ex- is no piace for halts,-no place for
tend their deepest sympathy to questioning the good that pro-
the bereaved lamily.
Death of Mrs. Boyer.
After a. -long period of illness,
Mrs. Mary Boyer passed away at
I eight o'clock Sunday morning.
fif'Vhe decaaed leaves a husband,
;,A. M.. Boyer. and three daugh-
Irters,.Mrs. J. f,. Clark, Mrs. IS.
fcfí. Bargeman and Miss Maggie
nía t Mrs. Boyer's friends were
ijumereaVl?yr her, acquaintances,
fwas etYÍdeuced:b' íthe very large
Ítíttendanee aether funeral service, $m
tests will do, and no time for the
friends of Arizona to give up the
fight. Let us do ever7 possible
The cook begins where thing to prevent the passage of
the bill and then if it is forced
upon us, let us stand shoulder to
shoulder and defeat the constitu
tion by an over-whelming vote. Jy
The people of New Mexico will ,
be with us and we need have no.
fear if each does his part and
the grocer leaves off.
I t very package of Schilling's Best Co9t U A
booklet : How To Make Good Coffo.
Member of the Last Territorial
J. W. Burson, a member of the Pves himself loyal and true.-
Council of the last Legislature
of Arizona, from Yavapai County. Í Ljve Stock R ; ,
and for more then a quarter ol a r '
century connected off and on with Special to Snips & IIkkald.
Texas journalism, and known i Kansas City, Mo., Monchi3r,
throughout the country, committ--! Dec. 26, 1904. Cattle receipts
ed suicide in a room at the hn- dropped down to about 25,000
perial Hotel, Dallas, Texas by ; head last week, and as the d em-
through the and did not show a corresponning
shrinkage, markets were fairlv
klnnd active, and killing cattle gained
to 25 cents during the week,
f he better demand from packers
encouraging, ana ir receipts
í'k rnode'rate this week a fairly'
bjpcirian ' can- be handled tíet.