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'TJ. Si Department of Agricul ture, Climate and Crop Bulletin of tbfe Weather Bureau, Arizona Section, for the week ending Monday, Sept. 5, 1904. Apache County. Alpine Some pleasant weath er, but most all of the time cloud'; rainfall becoming less, but still sufficient to keep garden truck growing. Rachel Burke. Eagar Fine weather at pres ent'; cloudy and threatening with cool nights; rain fell every day during past week; heavy, rain and hail storm on 26th, the hail doing considerable damage; some crops are read' to harvest as soon as the weather permits; alfalfa that had enough moisture will soon be ready for second cutting; grass good, and gardens doing finely. C. S. DeWitt. retiring, heard a rumbling noise i any previous year similar to that made by an earth quake, but did not feel any shock so they thought the noise was made by something over ihe roof and paid no more attention to it. Republican. 5 U. S. Attorney Campbell will- leave next week for Ho1brookAfS " The next morning Mr. Tharp case of Felipe Cortez arrested'' went into the back yard of his i under the new United States residence and found a fresh crack J train robbery law passed last in tne earcn aoout nve reet cieep, jcí11 iaiiiuauj as1 t 18 inches wide at the top and j train robbery and other offenses. fully 100 vards in length. What Í Felipe Cortez broke into a car on . caused it is a mystery. Florence the Santa Fe in Apache County Blade. Cost of Keeping Prisoners. Prisoners in the territorial penitentiary at Yuma cost the territory an average of 38 1-5 cents a day each. This is shown in the report presented by Superintendent Griffith of the penitentiary which was considered at the meeting oc the board of control held yes day. A comparison of the figures with those from other penitentia . ries in the United States, shows that the cost per capital at Yuma is less than at an' other prison in the country having an equal number of inmates. The figures 38 1-5 cents in clude the entire cost of the keep ing of the prisoner, not only the food, but the cost of guards and prison officials as well. There are now 306 prisoners in the Yuma penitentiary. The total cost of conducting the prison last mouth was $3, 619.50. """"Gazette. The Ranger force from now on will be put out in force scouring the ranges for "burned brand" cattle. The cow punchers are and rifled it of its contents. aw b The recent floods, while dam aging, almost beyond estimate the Santa Fe. railroad, has not been an unmixed evil to it. rounding up all over the southern j W.hile their road bed has been Arizona ranges, .and thousands badly washed, their dams have upon thousands of cattle are been filled with water and it is being brought together in big herds all over the country. The Rangers attend these round- j construction. ups, with their eyes open for cat tle that have been rebranded illegally. These cattle are out and, where possible, returned to their owners, whose brands have been changed by rustlers. stated that every time one fills with water it pays for its entire- Not only are the date trees! planted by the experiment station near Tempe a few years ago, growing nicely, but the orchard itself is growing, says the Repub lican. The government has re cently bought ten acres of the adjoining land, making a total of twenty-five acres in the tract. A well-boring outfit is at work sinking wells on the farm and it is proposed to fence in the new holdings at once and make other improvements. A tew evenings since Mr. and Mrs. Ja.Si Thrp, juót before The office of the surveyor gen eral has been informed that the appropriation for the surveying of public land in the United States, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1905, is $320,000. Of this amount $28,000 is set apart for surveys in Arizona, which amount is nearly three times as large as the appropriation for The Board of Supervisors of r Navajo County have appropriat ed $500.00 tor the purpose of repairing the bank of the Little. Colorado river at Holbrook in order that the town may be pro tected from being washed away by floods. W. O. Tuttle has arranged to run a stage and express line be tween Rice station on G. V. G. & N. railroad, to Ft. Apache, and the first trip will be made next Monday from Rice. Silver Belt. What is Life? In the last analysis nobodr knows, but we do know that it is under strict law. Abuse that ftw even slightly, pain results. Ir-( regular living means derange- (meut of the organs, resulting in Constipation, Headache or Liver trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle, yet thorough. Only 25c at St. Johns Drug Co., Subscribe for Thk Sntps-HkaÍ3 \n\n mona?