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SN IPS & ST. JU'JtfJNiS MStóALll);
1 ;
Snips and St Johns Herald. Almighty God.
Published every Saturday at St. Johns, Arizona.
The Official Paper ot Apache County
LLOYD C. KENNING, Editor and Proprietor.
One month 20
Three months 35
Six months 60
One year $1.00 j
8&"Atl subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE.
The payer will be stopped at the expiration of the time !
paid for. I
' have hereuuto set my hand, and
'caused the Great Seal of the
Territory of Arizona to he
affixed. Done at the Capitol, in
' ttie City of Phoenix, this sixth
'day of November, A. D., 1903.
' By the Governor:
Assistant Secretary of Arizona.
Bills Introduced.
Delegate Wilson of Arizona
l-i i o mt f vrlnfiil f l-i I r 1 1 1 ut i n
: j IIUO lllll UVI bllV I V I I J Ml,
Enteredinthe postoffice at St. John3f Arizona, as i bills ill tlieH OllSe OÍ RepreSeilta-sccond-class
mail matter. May 14, 1903, under Act ' tivQ'
Secretary Shaw estimates that
the receipts and expenditures of
the government will be nearly
balanced at the close of the etir--rent
fiscal year, and says it
would, in his opinion, be very
unwise for . Congress to enact
any law that woidd reduce re
ceipts, and that care should be
taken to keep appropriations
within hounds.
of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Thanksgiving Proclamation
Executive Department,
Office of the Governor.
The people of the Territory
of Arizona, in gracious and un
feigned acknowledgment of the
rich blessings bestowed during
the year by the Supreme Ruler,
and ever mindful of their de
pendence on the bounty of the
Giver of all good, should seek
fitting occasion to express their
feeling of gratitude and adora
tion. The general health of our citi
zenship has been good; the
A bill to enable the city of
'Phoenix, the town of Tempe,
land the town of Mesa, all in
j Maricopa County, Arizona, sev
erally to issue the bonds of said
j municipalities tor the purpose
of aiding in the construction of
a practicable freighting wagon
road from any convenient point
in the Salt River Valle3r to the i
Salt River reservior dam site, j
in said Maricopa County, Ari-j
Projects for the defense of
San Juan, Porto Rico; Pearl Har
bor and Honolulu harbor,
Hawaii; San Luis d'Apra, Guam;
Manila bay anl Subig bay have
been approved by the Secretary
of War, says the annual report
of the chief of engineers. It
surely! does look as if we were
getting pretty well spread out
over the world.
The former
ernor of South
lieutenant gov
Carolina is still t
referred to as the "Honorable. ,
James H. Tillman.
Dowie may be a restorer,
he never restores the coin
A Kill fr piimUIp. flip nrniiU if
Arizona to lorm a constitution j cos (rm h is ioolish blowers. -
and State government and to
be admitted into the Union on
an equal footing .with the ori
ginal States.
A bill to authorize the con-
treasures of ouc mines, forests, struction of a reservoir near San
fields and gardens have been Carlos, Arizona, to providé
poured forth in increasing quan- water for irrigating Saca ton
A child of Mrs. Geo. T.Ben
son, when getting his tisal
Sa tin day night bath, stepped
back against a hot stove which
burned him severely. The child
was in great agony and his'
mother could do nothing to
ities; and the paths of honest
toil ana energy nave lea to com- poses.
fort, contentment a.nd happiness, j A joint resolution to authorize
Prosperity has come to all ; certain officers of :he Treasury
branches of industry, not only . detriment" to audit, certify.
and pav claims ot certain coun-
Reserv.ition, and for other pur- .pacify mm. Keinembering Unit
Slie liad a Dottle ol Uhamberlaitrs
in tms i erritory, nut in tne na
tion, for which the expressions
of thanks of a greateful people
should be devoutly given.
In harmony with the beauti
ful custom of our people of giv
ing a day in each year to de
votion and thanksgiving for the
gifts of Providence, I, Alex
ander O. Brodie, Governor of
the .Territory of Arizona, do
hereby recommend, in conform- and for other purposes,
ity with the proclamation ofj A bill for the relief of
ties of Arizona.
A bill to amend an act entitled
"An act to create a customs dis
trict of the Territory of Ari
zona," approved April 29, 189;).
A bill for the appropriation
of $200.000 for the building of
a custom-house, oublic building,
etc , in the cities of Phoenix, .' t..-
Prescott and Tucson, Arizona, ! WAN PED-FAITHFOL
son to travel- lor well estab
Pain Balm in the house, she
thought she would try it in less
than half an hour after applying;,
it the child was quiet and
asleep, and in less than two
weeks was well. Mrs Benson is
a well known resident of Keilar,
Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic
liuunent and especially valuable'
for burns, cuts, bruises and
sprains. .Por sale by St. Johns
Drug Co.
H. Algert and others.
the President of the United
States, that
THURSDAY, NOV 26, 1903 ' Senator Quay has introduced
be observed as a day of especial separate bills in the Senate for
devotion to thanksgiving and the admission of New Mexico
prayer, remembering the needy in and Arizona as states. 'They
acts of Christian charity and are identical with the bills imro-
brotherly love, that we may be duced by Delegates Rucie y and
worthy of' thle Divine, blessings of Wilson in the house. :,
Ha heel house in
calling on retail
agents. Local
a. few counties, -merchants
ancf J
territory. Sal''
ary 320 );) per week with expen
ses additional, all payable in
cash each week. Money for e
penses advanced. Position per
manent. Business success fui
and rushing. Standard House,
330 Dearborn St., Chicago. 46-19

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