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Iff HRjraUii.:;:,,! SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD SNIPS & HERALD, Vol. 8, No. 1. ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., DEC. 31, 1904. . SNIPS, V,o1,4,qwM LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEW "I know not what the truth may I tell to you as 'twas told to me.' if" tmf 1 through Safford, Sunday, on his way to Tombstone where he has been summoned as , a B a ff o r d - G-u ardXail4 witness. f Who savs the weather has been cold this week? ; .Benigno Lopez came oierl ífaf han B'arth :lHUéd: a "large Thursday ta attend the meeting: bear and mountain lion while "on . olthe board. ' . ;his trip from Albuquerque. iCir. '' -L . . r i c -1 j states that bears and lions do a - Attorney Ruiz and family and , . . father Dericheriiont left Friday deal ofclamage to the sheep - . c ,? , industry of New Mexico. '-'morning' for Concho. , rT rt Li - c , . A shooting match was pulled A- H. Pratt was down from his 1 r -, t . i . . . .off here Monday between the ranch in the mountains to spend . , , t t . ... L . TT married men and the snrgle boys. Christmas with Captain Hogue. . . - , , The married men turned out to Prime Colem?ui came down be the best shots, and the single ; from the mountains Sunday and b0yS had to give a dance that is spending a few days in town, evqniug. A rabbit drive "is going on i The following teachers left today (Friday). The side that here Tuesday to a ttend the teach Jrills the least number of rabbits ers' convention, which convened wfl have to give a dance. : at Flagstaff Thursday: Luella The wedding of Mr." Manuel and Pauline Udall Louie Free Km. of this city, and Miss Ben- ma"- Rthel arr ? A" H""1 randa Martinez, of Concho, will illld Horance N. Pish. it. r take place on the 4th of January Joseph Patterson, wbohasbeen attending the Normal school, left last night for his home i-n St. Jojans to spend the holidays. - Flagstaff Gem. The last issue of the Apache Hews has appeared. Broth " uingr Will move the plant in flo$ . Skips & ííiíhald ofíce after , fw'fit of the year. V'ífpen Q$ St. Johns7' -fi air i COFFEE (ood for the grocer; góód for his customers. Good for his customers; gobcl for thfe grocer. He ícrne, j-our JíMnr íf ,yf u don't lfícasSchíHIng'? A. marriage license was -issue in Phoenix recently to Chafl'e Wallace Riggs and Amiie'Te1j Greer, both of Mesa. The con tracting parties are well known in Apache County, having been residents of Concho for a -number of years. Supervisor Lruax came over, , from Adamana Wednesday to; attend the'inéetirig of the board. Mr. Truax, who1 is the present manager of the Wabash Cattle Company in Arizona, will turn everything over on the- 1st of January to the new company. A good deal of damage was clone around town Christmas eve by some one, who thought they were1 playing great jokes. Am(f the numerous things destfofetl was the United States Weatrier Bureau thermometers. This "is carrying things a little too far. Atty. Isaac Barth left Monftaf for Richmond, Indiana, where h; I will wed Miss Chessie A. DeírhisV of that city, on January 9th. Before returning to Arizona tliey will visit some of the principal cities of the east, and expect fto" arrive here about January 2Qth.'' The Board of Supervisors met Thursday to wind up the busin eíss7 : of the year. This will be the last meeting of the present boam as the newly elected board v ronvene next Monday and tffle l - !" ('charge of the county's afairs. mSQ Isaacson, will coui til e h ,6, wí, 4 -rWrn \n\n f..,.v !-, ' ' , "i ? .''3 ' at Concho.