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almost ready to cut. Samuel Baird has accepted a as position in the Academy janitor. The canal companies are busy re-constructing the dams that the floods washed out a couple of weeks ago. write-up and the Republican answer to questions. candidate for District Attorney. He came to Arizona when a boy COFFEE A grocer ha to sell good needn't cook it. In every package of Schilling's Best Coff i á jooklei: How To Make G J Coffee. holbroÓk"hints. of 13 years, being: first set by his J father to carry mail between St. ; and bad cookg . ! Johns and ipringerville. But he : was detenu1 ned to be something: ! , in the world. Other boys at I tended school, while George spent Mrs. E. K. Coleman, who has jeach of the first three winters at been confined to her bed for some work. When 17 years of age he I time with symptoms of typhoid, was one of the first 13 students interesting and Newsy Items Clipped from is around again. of the St. Johns Stake Academy, the "Argus.'' Weather cloudy and windly and although lie was enabled j during- the past week; some rain to attend but 10 weeks, it proved ; Fdtz JeffrieSi an old timer n on the mountains; light frost in t0 be the turning point of his these partSí caine n from Ganado the valley, but no damage done ! life for he letl the school deter- Tuesday and is renewing ac- mined to become a scholar. 1 wo qUajn(.anc6S years passed before there was any more schooling, but study A new drilling; machine arrived at home, proved an excellet sub- here on tbe locll1 Wednesday. It stitute, though he advanced & to crops. Owing to the dryness of the range and the expiration of the leases on the forest reserve, the outlook for cattle in anything x u Finally he went to Utah Government intends drilling for but encouraging. 'determined to become educated. water B. A. Fowler, the Republican He had no money, but he did F. T. Wallace withdrew from candidate for Representative to have a will, so he herded sheep the head of the Democratic Congress, addressed a large and from his savings paid for his ticket and Ben Downs was ap- audience in the Thatcher Amuae- books, rent and provisions and by pointed by the committee to till ment Hall last evening. doing his own cooking attended the vacancy. There are continually new a normal school till graduated. Jack LeBarrou, oi Flagstaff, cases of tvohoid developing in!B teaching he earned more h Wednesday recievinsr Thatcher. Among those who ' means nl went back t0 school 300 head ot stock cattle from are confined to their beds with continually studying as he work- Bud Jones, of Springerville, and the disease are Taylor Brown, ed until he was graduated from Harris Greer, of Concho. Mrs. Lora Wimrner's oldest child, As his health failedi he chose ; Colin Campbell arrived in Wayne, and Ruth Tenney. subsistenc6i t() Winslow yesterday 1'rom South- The non-fence law has gone e(yxt a paper, and while doing so, ern Utah whither he had gone to into effect in this precinct and is to reac iaw jn February 1903 he purchase sheep. He reports hav being enforced. It is quite ex- passed a high-grade examination ing bought 4200 head of ewes, pensive to stockmen and they an( was admitted to the bar of which are now in the vicinity of are putting forth their best ef- the Utah Supreme Court. Flagstaff. forts to locate their cattle farth.: "Arizona has always been my; Married at Gallup, N. VT. on er south. The farmers are gen- borne. I have never had any Gct. 22cl, H. Hathorn of tins e.rally considerate of the condi- other home. As soon as I can -place aud K1a CarsQn of s . tions and hold loose stock at I want to buy a. residence for my- fieldi Mo T Dhon officiat their own expense till the owners self and family. My long years inff Mr all(l vrs Hathorn a are notified. Otherwise the as- of struggle and study made me rived here on No. l'sunday morn- sessments are jrom o cents iu want some piace jl can can my $1.50 per head. 'own. I never asked to be nomi- Thatchbk Corrkspondknt. I nated as District Attorney. I never hunted any office, and was going to teach school, but thev invited me to go on the ticket Wherl "earing Hardy station the and now 1 am willing to be elect-! train was running at a high speed "self-made" man than George H. 1 ed and then to make a good of- ; and tw0 men were noticed lying Crosby, Jr., the subject of this ! ficial," is Mr. Crosby's frequent ; beside the track, evidently George H. Crosby, Jr. On the north slope of Arizona there is no better instance of a ing and intend making their future home in Holbrook. The train crew on No. 8, Tues day, had a sad story to tell.