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V. VOL 2, SO. i.
ST JOHNS, ARIZ., FEB. 13, 1904.
SNIPS, Vol. 3, No. 23
HERALD, Vol. 20 No.' 21 "
LOCAL
AND
PERSONAL NEWS
"I know not what the truth may be,
! tell to you as 'twas told to me."
O. D. Flake was over
Snowflake this week.
from
We have, been having fine
weather the past week.
. W. W. Berry left last week
for Phoenix tu look after his
sheep.
John Blevins, an old lime resi
dent of this county, was .in
to. vil this week.
was here this week taking: ritorial Convention which meets-vf.
evidence in the claim of Mrs. at Tucson March 8th': John- T.
Lena Perez for a pension.
Hogue, J. L. Hubbell, Joseph
T4 , 4l . , a i n n. Udall, Juan Candelaria, Reamer
It is rumored that the Apache . .
p1Mi, ';n k mnA frt 'Ling, A. L. Truax and Alfreds.
Ruiz.
Count v Bank will be moved to
St Johns. This is the proper
place for it and will hope it
will soon be in our midst.
Gustav Becker, president of
the Becker-Franz company, gen
eral merchants, is down from
S4 rinirerville, Arizona, this week
on a visit to E. H. Franz and
family. Clifton Copper Era.
Supervisor Benigno Lopez
came over from Concho Tuesda3
Springerville Sittings.
Fred Kulsey is still in; .a 3. vrer-yr?? ; 3 ir'j
critical condition.
Jack Harris and T. W. Jones
were in froni Salt Lakes Mon
day. Deputy Sheriff Hazel wood, of
G-ila County, passed through,,.'
town Monday.
Three and a half inches of ?
Mr. Lopez had just returned
from New Mexico where he went snow fell. the first of the week but
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to purchase liquors for his saloon it has dissapeared.
A. B. Candelaria, Asst. Cas- in Concho which will be opened
liier of the Apache County Bank, 1 Up Soon.
was over Tuesday.
Lyman Hamblin, while On his
way to St. Johns Tuesday, fell
Dr. W. G. Flake, of Snowflake, from the the wagon and brokeiv
Supervisor A. L. Truax came was n t0wn the first of the week his leg.
over irom Adamana I ueaday to doing dental work. Mr. Flake
attend a meeting of the Boar.i. ( was formerly of Gulfport, Miss.,
Countv Surveyor W. D. Rcii- but "vv located at Snowflake
cher was in New Mexijo last nd will make professional triPs able to walk around.
Saturday surveying a reservoir to all tne town in iavajo ana
ste Apache counties.
John Adey has recovered from
his injuries received in a run
away several weeks ago and is
Quite a large subscription .is"
being taken up in this vicinity '
and Vigil.
Subscribe for The Snips-Herald
Deputy County Assessor Frank While enroute to St. Johns : t0 aj(1 n tne prosecution of Booth
Ruiz left "Wednesday for the with a wagon load of flour, brothers, who murdered Berry
tipper country where he will Lyman Hambhn fell from the
assess.
The Honorable Board of Sup
ervisors were in session Wednes
day. The minutes appear in
this issue.
Henry Slade was in town yes
terday making final proof on his
laiul. C. H. Sharp and B. B.
Crosbv were here as witnesses.
. W.
wagon and was run over b3r the
same, which broke his leg in two
places below the knee. Dr.
Wool ford was sent for and the j fne scratch of a pin may
injured man was brought to j cause the loss of a limb, or even
town. He. is reported to be doing death when blood poisoning re
nicelv. suits i from the injury. All
danger of this may be avoided,
The Republicans held a meet- however, by promptly applying
ing at the Court House Wednes- j Chamberlain's Pain Balm It is
, c ,i .an antiseptic and quick healing
clay evening and the Allowing.,.. , f t b . ; .
L Tuckermnn, a special gentlemen were elected as dele- j hurna. For sale by St. Johns
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examiner ul the pension bureau, gates to the' Republican Ter- ' Drug- Co.

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