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Snips and the St. Johns herald. [volume] (St. Johns, Ariz.) 1903-1905, September 05, 1903, Image 4

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B. and St. JohnsSld.
ÍPiibnHSU!aYry Thursday at St. John, Arixona.
ffiiai Paper of Apgtite 't&tfflfy.
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HENNING, Edft'or and Proprietor.
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y;. i.T 1
hey, ripñtli . . :Wf . . . I 20
Three moñtTfk'' ............. 35
Six months.. .i . 60
One year. ...-..... ....... $1.00
-All subscriptions must b paid in ADVANCE .
The paper vitl be stopped at the expiration of the time
paid for. v
, Entered in the postoffice at St. Johns, Arizona, as
í aeeond'-óláss mail matter. May 14, Í 9 03, under Act
of .Congress of March 3, Í 879.
N , '
Advertising rates furnished on application.
The Latter Day Saints' Acade
my, at Thatcher, Graham coun
ty, is attending" a reputation as a
most creditable educational in-
j&titution. It is a school control
;;ud by the Mormon church, alr
'5,' ; though it has some patronage
y outside of that religious organ-ization-
Andrew Kimball, the
V; president of the St. Joseph Stake,
has done a great good for his
people in building- up this school
and putting- into it capable pro
fessors and teachers. Mr. Kim
ball is one of the leadiug men of
Graham Count' and has devoted
himself unselfishly, to the work
',Vpf improving the conditions in
.Graham connty and the Gila
T yaiiey. uranam county contains
many worthy and progressive
citizens, but none has done for
that section more than Mr. Kim-
-ball during the time (.five years)
he has lived here. Douglas International-American.
ernor of ttí
would have
ftlfore himpM
more he stiftyélÉ.;
the Obstacles álf
Stockmen throughput thé tesr,
who have for many .years btscra
enjoying free transportation from
their homes and the shipping
centers will find this privilege,
curtailed after January L, 19Q4.
The executive officials of western
lines met recently and agreed
that on and after the. date men;
tioned they would discontinue the
issuance to, stockmen of return
transportation, therebr com
pelling them to buy their fare to
their homes after having come
Mutch; : : 'Wt';
tetnber 15 to iNovemofir.-a., .,4
Dnvr No law. ' " SfeMKI
Pheasant Open season Octdfegi'
15 to March 1. . '
j)i1Cv Ofn season tVtobr
to March 1. . -
to the various shipping centers' , t vr
, . . , fe .October 15 to March 1.
Rail Open season October 1$.
to March 1. . '' ' " ,
Trout Opejti 'seasoh fjuu'7l
mcties iu lengta. ;
Any persoii who shall át v;-ui
time sell, or expose for. ' salí" ' iii
which stock.
"B. L- Brer, a well known
of this town, saya he believes
Chamberlain,s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy saved bis life
last summer. He had been sick
for a mouth with what the doc
tors call bilious dysentery, and
could get nothing todo him any
good until he tried this remedy.
It gave him immediate relief,"
says B. T. kittle, merchant,
Handcock, Md. For sale by Sc.
Johus Drug Co.
What will the newspapers do
now for the want of a "devil,'1 or
the man who washes the forms
and rollers, since Pulitzer has star
ted his "School of Journalism."
The woods Will soon be full of
ready made, hopper-ground
editors, but shy on form-washers
and 4 'devils. " M ore nci Stand ard .
Some one has suggested that
w&rfíhé nee-roes all be colonized in the
Philippine Island and it wouldn't
e a very bad idea. There has
"I have been troubled with my
stomach for the past four years,"
says D. L. Beach, of Clover Nook
Farm, Greenfield Mass. "A few
clays ago I was induced to buy a
Imv P.lm m hir1i n'si tfimai'li anrl
( 'JbMD. so much trouble of late over j r :ver Tablets. I have taken uart
W-:' this Tfixatious question that any i nf thm and feel a t-reat dpal
,9tiso nable solution would be a better." If you have any trouble
.'i'fifodsend, both to the negroes and I with your stomach try a box of
ivi-antl tbe white people. If such t"' " .t. ll,:
iiOUrsewas taken, and Booker ÍPrice 35 cents. por s,te by St.
, Yvasmngton mstaiieu as goy-' Johns Drug CO.
this territory, any hide, liatj
horns or meat of any male m.
female deer, antelope, elk momi .
tain sheep or mountain goat, or
any carcass of any. wild ,f turkey,
dove, bob white, quail, partridge,
pheasant or grouse, or of any wild
goose, duck, brant, spine or rail, .
or any brook, tnouiitaitT or rain -v
bow trout, or any bTa($& '" fe'ftsiv
strawberry hass Wt x&$$$tU':
be guilty of a Tnistlefiá'jtop4' ; '
. , - ;(- i Jy
Cut full
Levi Síránss
the noat dependable
l-or wot King men


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