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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 10 December 1904

.".íV The Official Paper of Apache County. LLOYD C. HENNING, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: Jnc month 20 TKr montha 35 Six months 60 On year $í.00 WTAII ufeicrlptions must b paid In ADVANCE. The paper will be stopped at the expiration of the time paid for. Entered in the postoffice árSt. Johns, Arizona, as second-class mail matter. May 14, 1903, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates furnished on application. be aided by other prominent citi zens of Arizona. Arizona will fight joint statehood to a bitter end. There is a large number of citizens in New Mexico that are opposed to the measure. To Protect (fains. Special instructions have been received by forest officers to pro tect prehistoric ruins found with in forest reserves, and to prevent tnd destruction or removal of any found on government land. ' -in it ' sav about the .matter mmmm'-' m,psi iohms herald. HIHS? ' " - " . : fWb "'? Snips and St Johns Herald )P" NON-PARTISAN. Hi I Ib' - Published every Sa...

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. — 10 December 1904

MUTUA SNÍPb & ísT. JüHNb HEKALD. ir lili ; - Itttí W , - áftJ. ,.,. :C V. a-. 1 mil Mi- . ' 0:. ,00:. V." ' ' !5 Sr'-i- ' - ' , ' f'v? "V ításurveyors are working in -latir Sóuthern part of town. Their line crosses Broadway just three blocks from Main street, passing south of the evaporator and north of the cannery, along: by Paxton's dairy out through Mill er's to the Fair grounds. A number of our citizens have the depot already located. Farming ton Times Hustler. Notfain Mor That's what he said and further, he (Mr. Ebe Walter, of Clarbvillc, Del.) said this: The feature that I particularly like nbout my policv is that the lougqr I livq the more 1 get. From Wilmington l3al.) ' News' Nov. 2, 0Ó2.) 1 i COFFEE The doctor costs more ; : rj; : n the cook ; what a ú: imc ! "" for our K-t-w ledge Book, A Schilling &. Ccl.j , San Kia... ,0. The fact is that a fifteeii-year distribution policy, issued Thé Mütiíár 4 iJifé Insurance Company óf New Ybrk is a very inter éstihg ' dbeü'rr...

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. — 10 December 1904

r-"-" -- - ---"- - ... - . - , Notice a ';"r i . Is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Apache County, Territory of Arizona, will receive sealed bids and specifications for all advertising-, publications, and printing1, and for all books, stationery, and like supplies re quired for the various offices and business of the County, for the year of -1905, which bids and specifications are to be filed with the clerk of the said board, in ;. the office of said board, in the court house, at St. Johns, during office hours, on or before one o'clock p. m., January 2, 1905, at which time the bids received will -be opened and acted upon. The-board reserves the right to : reject any and all bids. -December 2, 1904. :- J. R. Armijo, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, .' Apache Count', Arizona. 50-1 Notice. Office of the St. Johns Irrigation Company, organized under' the laws of the Territory of Ariz ona. St. Johns, Ariz., Nov. 25, 1904. Notice is hereby given that the following named pe...

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. — 10 December 1904

Tk, Si :-" i ; ' ... L- . J . s -Vf-ACí "O ft t -f- l M " WtWniCS-h est cash prices paid. ; WOOLFORD. M. D. JÍlIso bave "Restricted lands for ?J IWteiséiau and Surgeon. sais, uor Sail M 'ÓT ttbBf 144 M-'íít'' Üuok'Ái t a'W ' 1 'k ll&jfcY -ftp ffeoniacii upsets. Ekctftc Blttter 'ijrlll "qukkly dismember tlstpwWesome causes. It uever fat .I ., &ts.,' ill- 1 -I. .. eux ,u uyi Lúe sumaca, regu- Advertise in the Snips-Hkrau Mmme ilulnejs and Bowels, I and you will increase your buarf shíalrtófr the Liver, and clarify j nesSi te hl'OQCi. Run down systems : h'ttf fit pmrttciikrly and all the I 'Usual' attending aches vanisb wilder its searching and thorough .effectiveness. Electric Bitters is! only 50c, and that is returned if t respondence solicited uiui ixom springervme, uonotio aua and cheerfully answered. g s win receive prompt attn- :W. EL. Clauk, Holbrook, Aria, lector oMMblic Health and County , Physician. (Juice opposite Armory Wall. St. Johns - - Arizona ; TT TTL Tr If 7TT...

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. — 10 December 1904

' 8 PROCURED AND DEFENDED. Sondmodol, drawing or Dlioto. for expert soarch and f roo report. Free advico, hovr to obtain patents, trade marks, copyrights, etc., (N ALL COUNTRIES. Business direct with Washington saves time, money ana ojten tne patent. Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively. Write or come to ua at 023 Ninth Street, opp. United States Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D. C. GENERAL Reliable Goods at Lowest Prices 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE $ustav Becker Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention Is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive special notice, without charge, in the aentmc JTtncricait. e n A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific journal. Terms, (3 a year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MÜNN & Co.36...

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. — 17 December 1904

fe?'' Vi,;.- SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD SNIPS & HERALD, Yol. 2, IS'o. 51. ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., DEC. 17, 1904. SiMPS, Vol. 4, IS'o. 15 HERALD, Vol.21 No. l LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS "I know not what the truth may be, 1 tell to you as 'twas told to me." Attorney Ruiz has been Concho this week on a visit. at JBli S. Perkins, of the Phoenix Gazette, was here Wednesday on business matters. Mrs. Lacy Greer, of Concho, transacted business, in the city the fore part of the week. Judge Momeo Garcia and wife came over from Concho Thursday to spend a few days in the city. Died on the Blue. On Dec. 2d. Win. A. Tenny, aged 20, son of Samuel Téntiy of Thatcher, died at their goat ranch on the Blue, of typhoid fever. In order to get the body home the father packed it in ice in a box and with the assistance of three other men and a mule were I compelled to pack it oyer a rough came down Tuesday with Eva risto Candelaria, who was fined in the justice court at Springer ville for not paying wages to ...

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. — 17 December 1904

Full hmm Quinina Laxativa Aromo i 1 w?, " ' - - ' torn 3r ml W,4 P .írí-t,.'" Wednesday eve. Mr. Fish was gf; 38 years of age and leaves a wife and six small children to mourn his death. Live Stock Report. Special to Snips-Hkraud. Kansas City, Mo., Monday, F Dec 12, 1904. Total cattle, receipts here last week dropped down to 42,000 head, a loss of 12,000 from previous week. A. much smaller percentage of range cattle was included than usual and a very much . larger propor tion was beef cattle in various stages of finish, but hardly any choice ones. The range cattle were bought by the packers steady to strong for those that had held up in flesh, but where they had started to shrink very much, were 10 to 20 cents lower, j That is the way the killers' bought them, but country buyers took the thin cattle at strong to 15 cents higher prices. Good grass steers sold at $3.50 to $4.00, ; a few shipments of heavy Colo-: rados at $4.20 to $4.40, cows brought $2.35 to $2.85, a few as I high as ...

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. — 17 December 1904

- V V I' : u..V a1- '-iv,' .... ''vThc President's Parade. 'Washing-ton. Dec. 12. Presi dent Roosevelt's guard of honor in the inaugural parade on the fourth of next March will be a squadron of picked men from his old regiment of Rough Riders, the First United States Volun teer cavalry. Col. A. O. Brodie, governer of Arizona and Major W. H. Llew ellyn, formerly of Rough Riders, took luncheon with the president today and arrangements for the guard of honor were made at that time. It is the wish o I the presi dent that Col. Brodie select from members ot the regiment a squad ron of from thirty to fifty men to act as his special escort on inaug uration clay. He also particular ly expressed a wish that no other members of the Rough Riders than those selected by Col. Brodie take part in the parade. The president desired Colonel Brodie to inform the members of the Rough Riders that he would attend the annual reunion of the regiment at San An tomo the latter part of next March, aud after th...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 17 December 1904

ft- pígÉ and St, Johns Herald. NON-PARTISAN. Published every Saturday at St, Johns, Arizona, The Official Paper of Apache County. LLOYD C. HENNING, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION: One month . . Three months Six months. . . terest on flíe wffi 'Hi ior tne same time. bFf;im.i sou acids that all the gld; mines of the world have not prbúiitKfi, since Columbus discovered 'A& erica,a greater value of gold than, have the farmers of this country in twc vears. People who have long- lived in 0ntyeilr $oo ; Arizona clo not want to leave it. 3g All subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE. Thetpaper will be stopped at the inspiration of the time paid for. Entered in the postoffice at St. Johns, Arizona, as second-class mail matter. May Í4, J903, under Act f Congress of March 3, 1879. . m mMMimmm itching, PitM fund m eroV if wEmW tMENT fails to cure up matter of how ioitg &ij$tigv in 1 to 14 clay y. Ifirstvapilcatloit giv:es case and rest. 30c If your druggist hasn't it 'setnl 0c in st...

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. — 17 December 1904

to be resrreted ceived an oidor from vou for a SI l 1 -m..... It rt P 1i4r ill irftn i 1 rrrt : g '- - - --ag- mrni HW JU1W,I 'IÉTi6Jli'.'aWlXj.'-i, JBBMIW-'T, , ' VSl.il.; VI..'' J iiimpmT.iBiaiiii- MHILy Mil II Ml Ml 1 II M Ingll i III. I I 111 II HIHII II IIMMIMI W HW" I ' " .' S. . . " ; -áraniieÉíÉÉÉ , .' w 1 a&v&pmm&imm&KSXMiiimm.. .it -. , . . . . . i . n Trvir w imm i.t. mn.rr, -n- , iíttttít-i. ii 3. does iwíí'iliÉi ears against the-Wtifl . various industcies of the United Wti the per- tuií reoom-mendation of Ur.Eins States, so surely is .inaccurate "f ''jájEfÜISt offb-eiir precept occuj)- ifew Bisco very for consumption, forecasting harmful. The yeath- ; 'afeé it tueni. Besides the U. S. will have a long and hitter -fight er conditions exercise a lare leather Bureau is supported in with their troubles, if not ended influence over many of the busi- , the ground which it has taken by earlier by fatal termination, ness enterprises of the country, tUe 'heads, o...

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. — 17 December 1904

tí SMIPtí & ST. JUHiSb JttJKAiJt). fB ere with, suffer as a result. The claim is not made that abso lute accuracy is achieved in the forecasts of the Weather Bureau. Failures are sometime made. But the forecasts are based upon scientific principles, such as are held to be true by the highest meteorological authorities in the world, and in the main the fore casts are accurate. The purpose of this article is not, however, to praise the Weather Bureau, but rather to discourage reliance upon the predictions of irrespon sible long-range forecasters who have no other means of securing information on which to base long-range forecasts than has the Weather Bureau. Would it not seem strange that the body of intellectual men composing the Congress of the United States should countenance and give financial support to an insti tution, at the head of which were men incompetent to discov er or use principles upon which to base long-range forecasts, if a singlestnan could be employed, at a com...

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. — 17 December 1904

r :K?volütlon Imminent. : , J&t "SU r sí un n f n nnrna r.1i i n tr OjíNr .p.W ' u lAlv4 1 VliU i. 1 tl 17 lw Lil J VMI éSteiia. ís nervousness, sleepless ness, ór stomach upsets. Electric Bitters will quickly dismember ing troublesome causes. It never :Eiiil$ to tone the stomach, regu-' hité the Kidneys and Bowels, stimulate the Liver, and clarify th$ bloocl. Run clown systems betii fit particularly and all the usual attending1 aches vanish under its search iugf and thorough i effectiveness. Electric Bitters is : only 50c, and that is returned if! it don't give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed by St. Johns Drug Company. I WANTED. Unrestricted Forest Reserve Lands, highest cash prices paid. Also have Restricted lands for sale. Correspondence solicited and cheerfully answered. W. ti. Clark, Hoi brook, Ariz. Advertise in the Snips-Hisratjd and you will increase your business. J. S. WOOLFORD, M. D. f 1, Physician and Surgeon. T Calls from Springerville, Concho au(l other towns will...

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. — 17 December 1904

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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. — 24 December 1904

ir-". 4 k 'i ' ' I f V-, J ' ' 4r '.1ST in 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 ...

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. — 24 December 1904

SNIPS & ST. JOfcLNtt HlDKAlI). HOLBROOK HINTS. interesting and Newsy Items Clipped from the "Argus." Frank Hatliorn returned home Tuesday from Navajo, where he has spent the past year in the employ of Hugh Lynch. Cruz Duran, a well known cat tleman of Apache County, died The business of the meeting be rescinded, was or general nature. The al- : We further request the prfcsi lotment of the ranges within the dent of the Arizona Wool Gro forest reserves in which sheep wers' Association, Mr. JE. S. Gos are allowed to range was discuss- nev, to present this resolution to ed, and the differences between the department with a full state individual owners as to range ment of the facts and conditions was referred to Forest Supervisor upon which these conclusions Breen for adjustment. :are based. 'Some complaint had been receiv- ed from the counties of Yavapai Forest Reserve Grazing. and Maricopa regarding the ar- ! ere laid ! razng. ffrotln(ls from one coun C. in January next will devote...

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. — 24 December 1904

lJMÍ''lÍt'tkjMJJJÍÍ!-,.. ágfliiiist sheep, which do the worst m amage. That the land best suited to grazing should be given over to it is self-evident. But neither the public domain nor the forests should be overgrazed. Forests are essential to irrigation plans for reclaiming arid lands. The fact that sheep successfully graze upon areas partly or wholly inaccessible to cattle has led sheep men in high mountains and about the headwaters of streams, where speely and great damage can be done the protec tive influence of forests. In ad dition sheep are generally herded or concentrated on small areas; thus their grazing has an inten sive character peculiarly destruc tive. For these reasons and because of special local condi tions, sheep are entirely excluded from some forest reserves, which in others their grazing is more stringently regulated that that or cattie. Hitherto there has been con tinual conflict between the cattle and sheep men for grazing loca tions, and the limitation of th...

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. — 24 December 1904

Snips- and St Johns Herald. NON-PARTISAN Published every Saturday at St. Johns, Arizona. Th Official Paper of Apache County. tliOYD c. HEÑrtiÑG-, Editor and Proprietor. 1 : i . . - SUBSCRIPTION: sledge hammer. He was talking to a lot of boys, and by way of of practical application, he said that if he caught any of them asleep he would wrap them with the hammer. This was rather severe for the poor boys had just stuffed their stomachs with food. ! ch'ronic state He said the hammer is good to 'country. to the Boer war, but he consoled himself with the reflection that in the United States during the same period of time, 32,000 lives1 were lost through murder or1 homicide. If thesé figures are correct there' is a' continul'iif of war in frbiSP Jnc month Three months f l3í?Í Six months éo drive things in, to pull things ( B""" . 0nlT 'Vc ' y'TAiUi01 tc break things down and to The case of a healthy man ofr- arAlI aubcrlptton must be paid in ADVANCE. The paper win be stopped at the expirat...

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. — 24 December 1904

J Í . ';.t; .. M i J . ,L.y - ' " .. . . - .' ... , . . --s ..i- .... . ' :-i5í'fi" ' 1 -T fiffy ft &4 t . Tv5T . mm fe UNTO UUC1MK r &ií .cXJíi' j'J!: , " ; durions níotor not likely i- tó ÍSe put to practical use has been devised by M. Leboyer, a French experimenter. After careful search he has discovered a stone called the d omite of áuvergne in which water rises ly capillary attraction to a height of four inches. Placing" two sheets of this stone vertical ly in a basin of water, he sus-, pends from them pieces of salt- , peter-soaked fungus, and beneath this puts a little wheel witlr blotting-paper paddles. As the water passes from the stone to 1 the fungus, the latter wets the blotting-paper on one side of the wheel, causing that side to fall. Evaporation them lightens the lower part of the wheel while another portion is made heavy by wetting, rotation being thus set up, the rate varying with the tate of the atmosphere. A Costly Mistake. Blunders are sometimes veryéxH p...

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. — 24 December 1904

MUTUA iff-?- SNIPS & ST. JUHNh 11LÜKAJLU vi , ; Ik 5 is- Notice Is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Apache County, Territory of Arizona, will receive sealed bids and specifications for all advertising:, publications, and printing:, and for all books, stationery, and like supplies re quired for the various offices and business of the County, for the year of 1905, which bids and specifications are to be filed with the clerk of the said board, in the office of said board, in the court house, at St. Johns, during: office hours, on or before one o'clock p. m., January 2, 1905, at which time the bids received will ! be opened and acted upon. ' The board reserves the right to j reject any and all bids. December 2, 1904. J. R. Armijo, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Apache County, Arizona. 50-1 e COFFEE Good coffee is indescrib able: tx Schilling's Best anc e? if it s n't. Yur grecr muras ymir amy tí y dm't like k. plexed If You are Per In reference to the best dispositi...

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. — 24 December 1904

;'-'r j SNlffc ól ST. JOHJNS JbiJííKAJÜ. ar- i g; k r to t VI. I Is 7" ''1 4 A sure sií u of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your System is nervousness, sleepless ness, or stomach upsets. IDlectric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes. It never fails to tone the stomach, regu late the Kidneys and Bowels, stimulate the LÁver, and clarify the blood. Run down systems benifit particularly and all the usual attending" aches vanish under its searchiug and thorough effectiveness. Electric Bitters is only 5Uc, and that, is returned if it don't give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed by St. Johns Drug Company. WANTED. Unrestricted Forest Reserve Lands, highest cash prices paid. Also have Restricted lands for sale. Correspondence solicited and cheerfully answered. W. EL. Clark, Holbrook, Ariz. Advertise in the Snips-Herald and you will increase your busi ness. ST. JOHNS MEAT ! MARKET i i PL ATT & OVERSON, Proos. Professional Cards 'V J. S. WOOLFORD, M. D. Physicia...

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