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Snips and the St. Johns herald. (St. Johns, Ariz.) 1903-1905, November 05, 1904, Image 5

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'Slpphire Waltz"
s M11 11C( r OirA1 miK iVmr 4. 1- r -.,-.. . -
try, called "Sapphire, Waltz,"
composed by Charlie Baker. It
is written in an easy style and
can be played-on either piano or
organ. The title page is very
handsome in four colors. 'Phis
piece of music should be found
in every household throughout
the entire country.
Upon receipt of 15 cents in
postage stamps, a copy of this
beautiful waltz will be mailed to
any address in the United States
by The Theatrical Music Supply
Co., 44-West 28th Street, New
V j v y i i ' r. r.
á í4c-cup' one; bitter not
Disastrous Wrecks.
.Carelessness is responsible for
many a railway wreck and the.
same causes are making human
wrecks of sufferers from Throat
and Lung troubles. But since
the advent of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, even the worst
cases can be cured, and hopeless
resignation is no longer neces
sary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dor
chester, Mass., is one of many
whose life was saved by Dr.
King's New Discovery. This
great remedy is guaranteed for
all Throat and Lung diseases by
St. Johns Drug Co. Price SOc
and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
Chamberlai n!so 1 rStomarch and
Liver Tablets are becoming a
favorite for stomach troubles and
constipation, lor sale by t.
Johns Drug, Co.
Special representative in this
county and ' adjoining territories
to represent and advertise an old
established business house of
solid financial standing. Salary
$21 weekly with expenses, paid
each 'Monday by check direct
from headquarters. Expenses
advanced; position permanent.
We furnish everything. J Address,
'THE COLUMBIA,' 630'M'ónon
Building, Chicago, 111. 40-47
waste t .e money.
'-Vrfr jjrorer "return-; your money if .you don't like
, S;Immt1S lti-i
Jo One Dut Yourself
if You Don't Get
Well When Sick.
Not A Sick Day Since.
."I was taken severely sick "with
"kidney trouble. I tried all sorts
of medicines, none of which re
lieved me. One day I saw an
ad. of your Electiic Bitters and
determined to try that. After
taking a few doses I felt relieved
and soon thereafter was entirely
cured, and have not seen a sick
day since. Neighbors of mine
have been cured of Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney
troubles and General Debility.'
This is what B. b Bass, of
Fremont, N. C. writes. Only
50c at St. Johns Drug Co.
Subscribe for Thk Snips-Hrkald
' All we enn do is give advice.
, Of course that's eapy.
But our advice is ro lly worth a little
more to you than most people's, for we
ofTer to give you. the iirst bottle of .our
medicine free, if it fails to help you
We could not afford to do this unless
our medicine was good. Such an offer,
on the wrong: kind of medicine, would
put a merchant prince in the poor house.
Dr. Lilies' Nervine, howe,ver, as years
of experience have proved, is a medi
cine that cures the sick.
Those whom it cannot benefit less
than one in ten thousand we prefer to
refund their money.
All we ask of you is to try Dr. Miles'
Restorative Nervine for your complaint.
If you suffer from sleeplessness, nervous
exhaustion, dizziness, hea.Ua.che, mus
cular twitchings, melancholy,, loss . of
memory, weak stomach, poor blood,
bilious troubles, epilepsy, St Vitus
Dance, etc., we will guarantee to benefit
you or refund your money.
You are the doctor.
"My son Tort, when in his 17th year,
bec:.:ne subject to attacks of epilepsy,
so serious that we were c .npelled to
take Mm out of sohool. After several
physicians h d fal' d to relieve him, we
gave Dr. Miles' Nerv .ie a trial. Ten
months Ire; tmnt with Nervine and
Liver PUN restored our boy to perfect
health." MR. JOFN S. WILSON,
Deputy Co. Clerk, Dallas Co., IZo.
FT 773771 Write us and we will mail
IjjS you n Free ; -'"1 Package of
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain PHI, the New,
Scientific Remedy for Piin. Alfro Symp
tom Blank for our Special' to.djagnose
your cpse and tell you wht J-wrong
and how to rijrht It. A'""Ih1 ly Fre.
Adore-: PR, MILES J" Sí TUAL CO..
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Pre.scott, Ariz., Oct 6, 1901.
Notice is hereby given thut the folldwing
nnmed settler has filed notice of his intention
J ió make final proof in support of -his ' elaim,
' and thut said groof will be made before John
'l: iiogue at at, jomis, a. t , on Nov. 19. 1904
viz :
'William B. Eagar for the ' W4 NEfc; &
Ey N'i, Sec. 21, T. 8, N. R 29 12
í fíe names the 'following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence up5n and cultivation
of -said-land,-viz: '
J H. Bigelow, of Eagar, A T.
; tleber Jarvis, of Eagar, A. T
; W D. Reneher. of St. Johns, A. T.
1 Jaméí P. Thompson f Springerville, A. T.
Fen S Hildueth,
42-47 " Register.
Dealer In
General t
St Johns - Arizona
One Block North of C. M. &M.I
jMARINUS christensen,

PL ATT & OVERSON,.. Proas.

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