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SNiJfS & ST. JOHJSS HJKAJD.
. ' , . -lit . , V i ik'iki1.' ' áuit. We are glad that the cases came out as they did. Climax Jim returned last week from St. Johns, where ,he iad been to Attend euá ?to leflenl himself against an indictment secured several years ago. Climax has been attending every term of court held at St. Johns for some years past, and- so far he has been successful in clearing himself of the charges for which he was indicted. Only one indictment now remains against him in that county. Climax is now giving his attention to gar dening below town. Since giving his former reckless companions the shake Jim has accummulated considerable property and seems to be, trying his level best to behave and 'is becoming a good citizen. -MDlifton Copper Era. United States Attorney Fred erick S. Nave arrived in the city yesterday morning on his way to Prescott to try an injunction suit which has been brought to restrain sheep owners from invad iner the San Francisco reservation with their flocks. The defend ants in this case are Pedro Peralta," sheriff of Apache coun- iy dim diiviixci. ma. ii j a. mciuuci of the "board of supervisors of that cfounty. This is the last civil suit that will be brought to keep flock-owners off the reserva tion. It was brought while the rrítn!ÍYiol c i ora í ricf TntiirVi Bent was pending. That suit at the last session of the supreme court' was decided in favor of the government. Phoenix Republican, May 2d. .. . The Republican has got the .names of the defendants in the above mentioned cases wrong. It should be Pedro Peralta, under sheritf of this county, and Lean dro Ortega,, treasurer of the same .county. . " lroni the indications of the 'weather one would think that winter is. about four months behind time. of five Benjamin Brown finished shear ing his sheep last week., ,T.He were working for him' tnen'w went to shear sheep for W. S. Gibbons. It is believed that the recent jsnow has extinguished the forest !fire that has been burning: on the reserve, as there is no smoke to be seen in that direction now. HOLBROOK HINTS. Interesting and Newsy Items Clipped from the "Argus." i lie use oí inuian- l moun tain grass) hay at Ft. Apacha has been conderimed and the bid ol Willis Bros., for 500,000 pounds or 250 terns Of ajfalfa, has been accepted. The price is $29.75 per ton. delivered, so that the price of Snovvflake's hay crop will be up this year. The re mainder of the post's hay supply . will be brought from Kansas and will be 4 'grain" hay. The fruit crop of this part of A f 1 V A11 n line n 1 1 KoÓtl 1 I Or! K-i'r the frosts of the past week. There was no fruit raised here, or in the neighboring towns last Desiderio Ortega was here this ar, so that the outlook was week and disposed of his spring ood for this -vear but the warm weather or February brought the buds out early only to have them frozen with the frosts of March and April. a clip to A. A. Vandewort at j good figure. Al Stevenson and George Hen ! nesy, two of Apache count3rs re spected citizens, were visitors here Monday. j Juan Candelaria, one of Apache The Loco Weed. Practical investigations determine the exact conioosition ' county's largre flock owners, was of the loco weed wHch a the here Wednesday looking after his cause of much WQrn, and exoensc .flocks ranging in this county. to cattlemeil throughout the j Dan Francis, a prominent sheep wet, and to detect the cause of man of Coconino county, arrived its poisonous effects upon ani jhere Wednesday and left Thurs- mals, will be undertaken early in !day for Whiteriver, where he May by Dr. H. H. True, of the j goes to look over the Apache United States department of agri reservation, with regard to leas- culture, who is now in Denver. ! ing a portion of it for pasturing, In conjunction with Prof. W. ' his flocks. j L,. Carlye of the Colorado experi ment station at Port Collins, and Secretary Johnson of the Colorado Snow flake Notes, ' A corresoondent to thr Phnp- i u i - ' - vtiLLJc dim xjluisc vjrrowers aS ! nix Republican has the following sociation, Dr. True and his force toay: of experts from Washington will j Sheep are dying very fast," make a thorough investigation said a herd foreman to your cor- and report upon the effect of the respondent yesterday. "They plant upon different animals yre so poor that they can not get From experiments actually un- from feed t'o water and back, and dertaken, it is believed that the ; the country has been so dry all loco weed is without serious effect j winter that all the feed near the Up0n sheep.. j water has been eaten out, and it ' ta. isa common thin for four or Sick headache results fro.n a J five good sheep to be found dead disordered stomach and is quicki'v every morning. We are losing cured by Cha mberlnin's Stomach more heavily now than we did at and LA ver Tablets. ov üe by ' any time of the winter, , , St. Johns. Drug Co. , - ,