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-' " , SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD 'J if SNIPS, & HER AM) Vol 2, No. 2. ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., JULY 16, 1904. SNIPS, Vol. 3, So: 45 HERALD,. Vol. 20iNo.48 i from Concho Sunday visiting a "r.tt He left the;Same,day for El. Paso, AINU ; Texas where he. will visit with PERSONAL NEWS his family- Durin Ms absenc& George Angerstein, of Holbrook, j will have charge of the store. , j Ben Schuster left for Holbrook Sunday where, he will superin- "I know not .what- the truth, may be, ! tell to you as 'twas told to me." Isaac Backstein left Thursday tend the shipping- of his wool. for 'his home in Clifton. Jacob Hatnblin was down from Greer last Saturday on" business. A large number of wool teams left here this week for Holbrook. County Recorder Armijo retur ned this week from his sheep camp. He will also go to Flagstaff to interview Forest Reserve Inspec tor Barrett in regard to grazing his sheep on the forest reserve. A party consisting of Chas. Davis and family, Hyrum Jones and family, Chas. Lésueur and sister, Nellie, Norman Freeman and sisters, Lou and Beatrice, Joe Karnes was over at Pinto left this week for the mountains last week looking after his stock where they will remain a couple interests. of weeks fishing. Dr. Flake, the Dentist, is in Eli S. Perkins arrived in town town. Call on him at Dr. Flem- Thursday and is visiting with his ing's office. ' friends a day. or two. Mr. Per- ing of theteleetioni of. the parma nentí officers of the. National Democratic Convention,?, has the following to say ahout one- of our townsmen, who; was. a -delegate from, this territory to-the convention: "When thenmatter of a peimia nent secretary came . before' the committee- Isaac Barth, of- St. Johns, Ariz., and C. A. Walsh, of Iowa, both Hearst men- were placed in nomination, as was Col. Brandon, of Alabama,, a Parker i te. "Barth promptly withdrew, and Walsh was elected secretan7." J. H. Bauman. Dead. John iHenry Bauman, receiver of the land office at Tucson, and a prominent figure in Arizona affairs for many years, died at his home in Tucson on Sunday. The funeral takes place in Tuc- Treasurer Ortega is at Concho kins has just returned form a trip son this afternoon. The illness this week looking after-his busi ness -interests. Abran Chavez, who was sent to the Asylum for the Insane last year, has returned, to his home at El Tule. I to the World's fair and his old j which caused his death was a home in Kentucky, where Mrs. prolonged one but Mr. Bauman Perkins and children are now .had been confined to his bed residing. He also attended the I with it but a few. days. Dr. Fleming, Mr. Howard, W. W. Sherwood, Miss Ema Uclall, Misses Lou and Laverne Sher rwuod were at Concho Sunday taking in the sights. Democratic convention St. Louis. while win! The Citizens contains the fol :; lowing facts Concerning Mr. o t TJ t- i ! Bauman. Ranger -J. li. Fierce came down ' lt t , 0 . ,ni , , Deceased was born June 2 from Spnngervtlle Phursdav to' nAA T . , , . . " u 1844, in Indiana, his family attend to business matters. He . r , - 4. 4.1 c 4.x: -4.1 moving from that State, to New reports that the forest fires in the , . . .,. York. Mr. Bauman joined the ' , , , i Twentieth New York cavalry 1 and that the chances are slim , , , -ml. . !4. 4 4. 4.:' i when quite young and served in JltjUailS&atlun tu yin Liicm uut ciitucij. i-uia The Board of adjourned last Saturday evening is the largest forest fire that has until the third Monday in Au-' ever been known in thi country gust, at which time they will ' and has already destroyed thou convene and settle the assess-, sands of dollars worth of vafu- "mmt business for the vear. : able timber. the civil war. He was a member of the Grand Army. He went to Wyoming where, as also in Colorado, he held several offices of trust justice of the peace, Bernard Schuster was over United States Commissioner and The St. Louis Star, in speak- deputy United States marshal.