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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 29 August 1903

(Continued from page four.) bers and j R Armijo, clerk. The Board now proceeds with the following-business: A & B Schuster raised 50osheep Si, 000 00 A & B Schuster raised on stock of goods J L Hubbell raised goats C. W. WOODS, Pres. Physician & Surgeon of the United Verde Copper Co. and U. V. & P. Ry. H. M. GIBBJ5S, Sec. & Tretas. City Attorney for the Town of Jerome, Arizona. 1,000 00 100 00 100 "William Harris raised S d. cows 40 J H Heap raised imp, on 41 acres land ' 0 J PI Heap raised on 10 acres land 25 Padilla Bros raised 500 sheep 1,000 Padilla Bros raised imp. on lots 100 M Haloway raised imp. on poss. right 200 fJ C Mil nuing raised imp. on poss. right 250 C C Manning raised un, h h goods 50, Martin Jensen raised 2 ' bycicles 30 J D Lee raised 75 stock , horses 750 J D Lee raised on imp. .1 W Lesueur raised on lot 3 blk. 36 and imp. lOO poss. right 25 W F Lesueur raised 50 stock cattle 700 Desiderio Galleaos rais- ed on mower 25 Desederio Gallegos rais...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 29 August 1903

I "Oavid' Pulsíbhef ráteW on imp. pObS. right 12 S Perkins raised on Snips & St. Johns Herald I S Bsgrsw raisdd .tofck horses J S Regan raised on imp. J C Sorrenson raised diP f,i set of harness Alfred Ruiz raised 4 stock cattle St Louis & San Francis- J co Railroad compan)r, Jacob Seligigam, s trustee St. Louis, Mo. raised on 11,532,902 acres of land at 5 cts per acre Bam J gafPeU aásiíd 4 . stóck CalTíe" a " Jacobo Sandoval raised 2h. sheep Jacoho Sancloval raised 5(J 00 400 00 ,50 C?0 50 00 15 00 iVoo "V ' 5,766 55 56 00 til tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock imp. poss'.'right 'the hoard took a reeess until 2 o'clock p. m. At 2 o'clock p. m. the Board of Prison Fund Equalization met. Present: the Ranker Fund a. m. Aug-. 20, 1903. The Board of Equalization met this morning" at 9 o'clock a. m. Present: A. L. Truax, chair man, B. Lopez and Isaac Isaacson members and J. R. Armijo, clerk. The board considered the tax levy. The board took a recess until 2 o,clock p. m. The Board of ...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 5 September 1903

' ' . m 1 " "vV J M '":4í . . f fe--. , Concho Culiings. foíEÍÍ'ífti" Í.M t . "Í5S.- NIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD fee Y'; &NIIá & HERALD Vol. 1, No. 3 . ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., SEPT. 5, 1903. SNIPS, Vol. 2, No. 50 HERALD, Vol. 19 No, 49 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baird left Monday for Snowflake where they have been preparing- to go for áometime to make their future home. Samuel Baird, Miss Pearl Udall Mrs. Olena Kempe and her daughter, Charlotte, left for Pima, Arizona, Friday last. A pleasant farewell party was given them on the eve of their departure. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis, Dudley Lewis, Pratt Greer, M. P. Holliday, Mrs. Grace Nichols and Mrs. Amelia Coleman were pleas ant callers at our little yillage Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were on there way home in Mesa, Arizona. Two of Concho's estimable young people Jesse Marble and Libbie Sanders launched their bark out on the matrimonial sea Wednesday at one o'clock. Bishop E. G, Cheney preformed the cer mony which made them com panions in ...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 5 September 1903

I of Juan Baca v Montano at his MMiiliiMiifflUiíinftn r -": nil - 'WSduw ffitauB,,. , SSffi un i niin.imwmnwii mu umn'mtmrn - 'rr1iftV LOCAL NEWS fe ' Dr J J. Fleming: left forHol rook chis week. -'He máde the trip on horse back. ' , ; Dr. J. S. Wool lord went to Spríngérville Wednescla3r to at tend to a sick person. Barth, our hustliug' mer cíiántV was at Concho Thursday atVndingto business matters. v Sylvester "Peralta returned last Saturday trotm a trip to Show Low. He had been absent from here about a week. Benigno Lopez passed through here this week. He was return r ing from New Mexico where he had purchased sheep. P: Tr. Coleman and J. B. Pat tersohi. left for Fort Apache Sat urday last. They went there to lócfkVfter business matters. Pedro Muntaiio, the genial sh,eep man and a former resident of this part of Arizona, is in i town. He is looking alter his sheep interests. tra flilltniMVIfitt W W moved and the patients are ávífig fine. ,.s-; " " A Large Deal. The Wabash CatU$ ,...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 5 September 1903

i: i "fT' V.?. Antonio Gonzales & Co., Dealers in Ever)' thing: you may want or need. Buys and sells hides, wool, pelts and sheep Good salt for sale cheap and amr amount of it. Salt Lakes - New Mexico. EXCURSIONS VIA SANTA FE JULY 12th to i 6th AUG. 18th and 19th AUG. 25th and 26th CHEAP ROUND TRIP TICKETS , All about them from Agent Santa Fe 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE d i sé' General Merchan Sprínflcrvíllc, Srízona, Keep constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of - Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, BOOTS AND SHOES- Ami everything usually found in a First-Class Establishment Any article not in stock will he furnished on special order and on short notice. WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES THE BANK OF COMMERCE, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOM MODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS CAPITAL, 8100,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: M. S. OTERO, President, W. S. STRICKLER, W. J. JOHNSON, Vice President and Cashier, Assistant Cashier Wm. MCINTOSH SOLOMON ...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 5 September 1903

finito v-.ir pet B. and St. JohnsSld. NON-PARTISAN. ÍPiibnHSU!aYry Thursday at St. John, Arixona. ffiiai Paper of Apgtite 't&tfflfy. -i , HENNING, Edft'or and Proprietor. ... . . y;. i.T 1 hey, ripñtli . . :Wf . . . I 20 Three moñtTfk'' ............. 35 Six months.. .i . 60 One year. ...-..... ....... $1.00 -All subscriptions must b paid in ADVANCE . The paper vitl be stopped at the expiration of the time paid for. v , Entered in the postoffice at St. Johns, Arizona, as í aeeond'-óláss mail matter. May 14, Í 9 03, under Act of .Congress of March 3, Í 879. N , ' Advertising rates furnished on application. The Latter Day Saints' Acade my, at Thatcher, Graham coun ty, is attending" a reputation as a most creditable educational in- j&titution. It is a school control ;;ud by the Mormon church, alr '5,' ; though it has some patronage y outside of that religious organ-ization- Andrew Kimball, the V; president of the St. Joseph Stake, has done a great good for his people in building...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 5 September 1903

i 'ii lili ii i 'w in II i i ' i .r.íflVipy rr' t wnfy. . . , 'Kjb, .íiwjn-i tí,1' ,nnLflolai9i B. SCHUSTER Wholesale and Retail Dealera In enera! Merchandise G 1 ; ;;v . "Süowíláfefc tliere was ieavy ríiiafall Wednes y:'rmWmúg wjaicli caused 'plcletaliile damage. The east :'-v r&Mtoir to relié and the water 'Vfeowi5- oim thru the fields, fííüg" tíüi it wheat, oats, etc. w5? no serious damage, but the loss altogether was great. ' :Jas. E. Porter and Jas. Scott, o Show low, and who were appointed as committee of two to attend the WoolgTower's As sociation meeting at Flag-staff, returned to Hoi brook Saturday night iHjey report as not hav ing elépted officers at that meet ' ing, .hut says that the organiza tiOu. wi)l continue as before and that two - weeks from that date ' there will be another meeting for the purpose of electing officers. Mr..- D. P Daugherty, well HEAD QUARTERS TOR Every thing sold with a small margin of profit, for cash. Staple Goods Bought in Car Load Lots. MA...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 5 September 1903

ízln'f' iv- Ifhe New Railroad. : The iDenver Times his the fol lowing to say in regard to the railroad that was to pass through St. Johns: T he financing of the first di vision ot the Arizona New Mexi co & Colorado railroad, which is to connect this state with the nurthern border of Mexico has been completed and the work of locating the line has begun. F. W. Kinnie, president of tne com pany, has just returned from a trip east, where satisfctory ar rangements were made for be ginning the work. The company has secured possession of a vast coal field in .Socorro and Valencia counties, New Mexico, and the. primary object of the new railroad is to open a route for the deliver of this coal to the big smelting works and mining plants in the Northern part of Mexico, and on the Pacific coasts. At the same time the line will give the South ern Pacific railroad its long de sired entrance into Denver and cut off about 800 miles between Colonido and southern California via the southern rout...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 September 1903

Concho Cullings. 7 1 1 '.V w t4. SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD SNIPS & HERALD Vol. 1, .so. 87. ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., SEPT. 12, 1903. SKIPS, Vol. 2, So. 5L HERALD, Vol. 19 No. oü - Mrs. Anna G. Thomas has gone to Holbrook on business und will be absent from here three weeks or more. Messrs Dudley Lewi - and M. P. Holliday, life insurance agents of Mesa, Ariz., have been spending1 a few days here transtictin g business. Ward confrrence was held here Sunday. President D. K. Udall and wife, J. T. Lesueur and wife, E. N; Freeman and wife, Mrs. Mary Farr and Mrs. J. B. Patter son, oí St. Johns, were present. Mrs. Mary E. Marble, a res ident of our village, died last Monday at 12:50 p. m. from heart disease. The deceased had been a very iudustrious, honorable woman and a faithful Latter Day Saint, always willing and anxious to perform every duty reqiured of ' jier. She will be greatly missed as her kind and charitable acts are broadly known. She leaves a husband, a son and a- wide circle of...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 September 1903

KJf""; ta 1 T rT A T TvTT7Y7C í ! asrents. were ímscA: The post office at Tule has been discontinued. it to. The y returned Navajo county. ' ": - : Antonio Duran; ha smj-ted- a meat market hi the $m:Pírbu1Íd'- Anderson left here etínesüay' lo J. B. Patterson returned from i ag and has been doidg a rushing I limice a visit to the surroutidin .pt tíéíi t ' is áftSifft 4. .-5 the mountains this week. A. & B. Schuster have just re ceived a full line of winter goods. Monday was Labor Day and it was partially observed in St. Johns. Mrs. Julia Greer and daughter Dessie are visiting at Flagstaff, Arizona. Hugh Campbell, of Flagstaff was in town today transacting business. busing this wek. "ad" in this issue. Notice his j settlements in the .interest of the Y. M. M.. f. A. They 'expect Four of his children returned with him and will make their Mr. and Mrs. Monico Garcia, of Concho, were in town Monday .x'and Tuesday. . A number of our citizens at-. home here in the temded Ward Confrence ...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 September 1903

ira;-' Married. íwtó Monday Mr. William '3üTiesv of St. Johns, ánd Miss Ma 3 Sherwood, of Rjchviile, "Wre united in the holy bonds of nmtrunony at the residence of the bride's parents at Eiiclrville, Bis hop Anderson performing the ceremony, The young- couple are well known throughout the county, they having lived here a nti moer of y ears. The groom gave a dance in Armory Hall Monday night which was well attended by the young people of this visi nity. We join in extending con gratulations to the newly wed ded couple, Citizens of Arizona and par ticularly those around Prescott, are to receive payment for prop erty destroyed by the Indians du ring the raids several years ago. The Government foots the bill. EAST EXCURSIONS VIA SANTA FE . . JULY 12th to J 6th AUG. J8th and 19th AUG. 25th and 26th CHEAP ROUND TRIP TICKETS All about them from Agent Santa Fe General Merchand i se SpríngcrvílU, Arizona, Keep con tan tl v on hand a lure mid , . v ell selected stock of ... . Dry Goods, Groce...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 September 1903

, a firme iiiDiuns . MX. Tmfchs and St. ínhns Htvaírí iipsF y ;vHvs NON-P ARTISAN. i'.--. FiAttlM cvry Thursday at St. John, Arizona '.w'..JL.J .. ,C !f "The Officii Pairar Apacha County. : U-OYD Gi HEiTiniG, Editor $d Proprfttor. .' 111 ir i i- i , ' SUBSCRIPTION:. 7 .... í,í, un montn... ............... .20 Six month 60 OíTtí vcar $í.00 arAll subscriptions mutt b. puM ln ADVANCE . Tlife paper will hn stopped at the ampliation of tíie tlm paid for. V?i,-.r,A in t-U .f fl... C T-f A ;. sacond-ctess mail matter, May 14, 1 9 03, under Act Ml. f rtcyrR of Mnrr.1i 3 t S 70 i-uvcriisxiig mies iurmanca on application. The reporf: coiVJivH trationS, mostly "Wining scenes" and embraces 110 subjects. V Ap plications for the 'completed re port will be received by the Governor or the Secretary of the Interior. About 5,000 copies of the report will be distributed at ithe World's Fair next year. 1 ttcson Post. wmmm About four years ago Charley TSrwin paid a visit to the Pe tri lled forest and wh...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 September 1903

"4k '- 1 0 Wcrat of SPfife3ttf6(r Publishing- ;v': t-6 '?;Conress. Col. v' . 1í? 5rf-: ítólóf tgragT against tlffof-tóqtjo: The man- " ' ae heart' having trouble witíijsirlieír printers of late which led to the trnnsfer. The Demo crat .announces that it will be ,puhlihfc! weekly until new ar rangements ".can be made in its p,ln:nt. ( ' .Wter The sale of the Arizo na Democrat, which has been pending- for some time, was effec ted Tuesday, the purchaser being the Phoenix Enterprise. The price has not yet been given out, nor do the new owners say just what the íuture of the paper will be. Ii is probable, though, that the weekly edition will be contin ued until the leg-al advertising contracts have been fulfilled. The oiiiy part of the affairs of the paper which has not been adjust ed is the claim of Sam F. Webb for about $4,500. That, howe ver, has been secured br a bond. B. SCHUSTER Wholesale and Retail Dealers In General Merchandise Every thing sold with a small margin of profit, for ...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 September 1903

tolas a aupn 'or a r 41) truftgíi sell tkass. 1 ra o Mi litó kM&Jrí i he Tonto Dam. ft ';: P Davis, of the geological iiTvfcv supervising- engineer of the s government irrigation work in the W st, has been in and out of Globe . severa 1 times during the week Tae constructoin of the Tonto dam will engage the greater por tion of h -5 tin u nil the gigant c project is completed. Mr. Davis1 headquarters are in Phoenix, but lie will have, to make frequent trips to reservoir site, passing , through Globe on his way in and out. Mr. Davis stated that while word has not yet been received of the final approval of the Tonto project by Secretary of the Inter ior Hitchcojk, there was no doubt of the determination of the gov ernment to engage in this work, as the first great undertaking, offering the best chances of suc cess, under the national irrigation law. Already there is a force oi on hundred men emplo3red in road making, which is to be increased to one hundred and fifty within the next...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 September 1903

, "" ,jF ,,' i. ,'";,! '0 " ; Mu. . r v 4 wc' .iivBpwcui, several pre- i3Íihte.: réóól,;tÍMÍ the problem ÍÉjtf i?gi& :M''lyi" rhere will be. Wlj9'Ñ" -ií-ppkttok to- wn it official re- II'L ; V,;vy3uT;TirQ w ashington, there fore, , ; u'uwv.itjis tan am gr tue latest and 1 ; . MÍ OSt. positive assertions that the v: ,4 evil has been overcome. On the 2d instant it was telegraphed -from Salt Lake that Prof. W. H. . . Holm an, one of the experts of the department of agriculture, who! " 1 has been conducting- experiments 011 arid land, near that city, has discovered a process b' which the alkali ma)7 be removed from soil" - and the land made as perfect for agricultural purposes as if it had never contained the alkali. It j was quite unnecessary for the dis patch to add that "the success of . the tests mean that millions of 1 acres of now worthless land in j 1 the west will be reclaimed if this is true.' It is to be observed, however .tli at Professor Hollinan himself :" refuses to ta...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 September 1903

SIS "'V'iMí'l ' ' Í jf - Watch this space next week. Í ft : 4 . v . . .. . 1 .' I' '"."X , . - ' '-ii'1 V. ' n'; ' ' 4 , ' ' p&v : . - ' ' ' ' . . .

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 September 1903

iwrnamiMM immmr ! :""waMM "iti n i mm 1 1 1 1 1 . mum nmniiiiiii 11 i n .lunula., . .. .. . .Sill SNIPS T. JOHNS HERALD & S SNIPS & HERALD Vol. 1, No. 37. ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., SEPT. 19, 1903. SNIPS, Vol. 2, No. 52 HERALD, Vol. 19 No. 51 Nutrioso Notes. Rangers Chaplin and Husley visited ranger Molter the 11th but were dissapointed to find that Mr. and Mrs. Molter were gone. Warren Tenney, of Bush Val ley, just returned from Mag dalena and reports the grass and water better than it has been for years. Nutrioso had one of the finest dances last week it has had for years. Everybody had an excel lent time. A number of young people i rom St. Johns, Eagar, Luna and Alpine were here. They also had a play tailed "The Old Maid's Convention. Harry Reed, a First Class Ranger of the Black Mesa Forest Reserve, stopped at Nutrioso with Ranger Molter three days this week. He was on his way to the Blue to inspect all of the rangers districts, the last one beiner Ranger Chaplin's district. He s...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 September 1903

4) 9 if X f . te LOCAL NEWS Born -Sept. 10th, to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Karnes, a daughter. Supervisor Lopez, of Concho, was in town 'yesterday on busi ness. v Treasurer Ortega returned this week from a business trip to Concho. Pat Trainor, of Springerville, was in town this week, on business. Born Sept, 11th, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Chris tense ii, a twelve pound son. The farmers of this vicinity are busy these days, threshing their grain. Fred Huning, of Los Lunas, N. M,, was in town this week trans acting business. A horse-thief is reported to be in inis vicimrv ana a aeomv V, T D -I- ,1 r'.i- M and Cecelia, visited with friends at Concho Wednesday. Miss Smith and Mrs. Williams, r- both of Salt Lake Cit3r, Utah, were m town this week. - Miss Pearl Miller left for ;'lr A7 1 i-i o 1 r-xr Mniicln' itt li Qro c?l-ia xiti 1 I i iiioiuvv luuauaj v uv.iv- ouv- vv ill r, UC Cllipivj U. ill Lilt niuuc. W TV ,T 1 TAT 1 C 1 1 . TI J 1 . , I IjM i- I t- 1, 1- ' will a ttend the Normal school. k The Me...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 September 1903

oa?s mi',: ; r'. 't i , .."W, stórim- Plae election" of OJficaiS fdr tle General Associa te Held and the satije set of bffloers last 3"ear were elected for tli ensuing year with the ex ception pf Benjamin Schuster, who was treasurer. J. R. Hulet succeeds hira. A lar-e number of sheep men were in attendance and a very successful meeting was held. J. B. Pattersou rep resented Apache county at the" meeting. Sheep Men Mix. "The sheep men with ranges south of Jerome have crossed swords. A sheep man from ; Apache county brought his herd into the Dag'jrs range, and a mix up has been the result, terminat ing i n t h e n e w m a n h a y i n g Daggs arrested. Jerome News. J. F. Dajrgs was arrested on complaint of David Garcia, a ( sheepman of Jerome, on 'a charge of stealing sheep. He was arrest ed in Prrscott today and was re leased on his ovii recognizance.' The hearing will take place be fore Justice St. James in Jerome some time next week. Journal -Miner. e 11 eral mercnanaise Spríngervíl...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 September 1903

ii.ASÍÍ.', JR ! .. ifi. k7 ".VV . . i '.' ; ,'"t' T & ST. JOHNS HISKA.LD- ' ; v.- VXRJTvfc " -: Witt .Iff: . . it- I! i ! ' I'. Snips añd St. Johns Herald NON-PARTISAN. Published every Saturday at St. Johns, Arizona. The Official Paper of Apache County. iLLOYD C. HENNING, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: One month 20 Three months 35 Six months 60 One year $i.00 fiAll subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE. The paper will be stopped at the expiration of the time paid for. Entered in the postofficc at St. Jfohn3, Arizona, as second-class mail matter. May 14, (903, under Act of Congress of March 3, Í 879. c Advertising rates furnished on application. graph Forest Supervisor F. S. suspending-him pendlit;tti:f;L; Breen seems to be ignorant of vesti&ation. the actual condition of the sheep men of Apache count'. In the Hon. .Frank S' Ingalls,- $F Yuma, Arizona, has been a7p- first. nía rp. Hp si a tf.R that, several nointed surveyor general to sheep raisers who were granted ' su...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
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