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SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD
SNIPS & HERALD,
Vol. 2, iNo. 52.
ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., DEO. 24, 1904.
SNIPS, Vol. 4, No. 16 W
HERALD, Vol. 2 No. 14
LOCAL
AND
PERSONAL NEWS
"I know not what the truth may be,
I tell to you as 'twas told to me."
We have had some very threat
ening: weather the last few clays.
District Attorney Elect Crosby
is at Zutii' this week on legal
business.
Miss La Verne Sherwood, who
is teaching- school at Nutrioso,
came down Tuesday to spend the
h olid a vs.
The dance given bv the ladies'
committee of the Ca tholic Church !
vesterda3r evening" was a grand
success, both financially and
socially.
Mrs. Minerva Greer, pf Concho,
was appointed Administratrix of
the estate of Iacey Greer in the
Probate Court yesterday. A. V.
Gibbons, A. S. Gibbons and
James W. Lesueur were ap
pointed appraisers by the court.
Attorney Barth is counsel for
the estate.
Albert Booth, of Gisela, was in
town last week and is making
efforts to obtain a bond for John
Booth, who has been in jail
several months on a charge of
murder. The court has reduced
the amount of bail, which was
nearly secured when we last saw
the bond. Globe Register.
The infant girl of Mr. and
M.rs. John T. Patterson died
Sunday evening. The little one
was only twenty months old and late.
had been ill for some time. The
funeral was held at the residence
of the parents Tuesday morning
and the remains were interred in
the cemetery west of town.
Mrs. A. M. Boyer, of Holbrook,
died last Sunday morning, at
her home in Holbrook after a
a long spell of sickness. The
funeral was held at 3 p. m. Mon
day. The deceased was well
known by the residents of Nava
jo and Apache Counties, having
lived in Holbrook for many
years.
Ranger Chappin, from the
Blue, was in town' last week- on
business.
Dudly Hamblin just returned .
from Magdalena where he has' ,
been for freight. r,A
Edward Taylor, nephew of the
late Edward Beeler, is the guest'
of Mrs. Mary Beeler. ' ? ,
Mrs. Francis Manguen, W. ,1V
Martiti and family left last week'
for the Gila to visit relatives an,
friends.
Committees have been appoint
ed and programs arranged fbrlithe
holidays. A genuine good time
Nathan Barth, of Albuquerque,
New Mexico, arrived in the city
Thursday and is visiting with ; is anticipated.
his brother, Sol Barth. Mr. Mrs. Mary Wilkins left last
Barth came from his home over-J wepktor Denvei Colo. where
land and has been looking artery ffQes tQ vigit her parents
his extensive sheen interests
while on. his way here. He was
one of the first settlers of St.
Johns, but this is his first visit
here for seventeen years.
COFFEE
It is a mistake on the part
of a housewife to buy poor
coffee ; it isn't good for any- j their home for a while.
body.
Mr. and Mrs: Thomas Williams;
Zina and Ernest Wilkins accom
panied her as far as Holbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hamblin
returned from Alma where they
have been visiting their daughter
Mrs. McDaniels. Mr. and Mrs.
McDaniels came as far as Buna
with them, where they will make
Hazel, the infant of Mr. and
Mtums your money if you don't ilk. sckOiñg's j Mrs. Arch Mexwell, was severly
burned on the 17th inst. The '
j mother, in trying to extinguished
the flames, burned her hands very
badly. Both are getting along
nicely and it is hopped they will
soon be well.
Nutrioso Notes.
Bailey and Rufus Hulsey were
: in town last week.
i Marcel lus Hulsey has gpne to
Clifton to work this winter.
Merry Christmas to all.
1 he farmers and cattlemen have I " "
been wearing pleasant smiles of " Subscribe for Thb Snips-Hbkaw ,
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