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Sífá IVIcCarroli and daughter's
spent Sunday visiting at the home
of Mrs. Wakefield;
We are sorry to learn of the
serious illness of Mrs. Evans..
She is reported some better at this
Mr. C. Hathorne who has for
some time past been the guest of
the Lynn family, returned to
Holbrook this week.
Since our last issue a few drop
ping" remarks has prompted us.'
One is soon expecting to bloom
out in that most beautiful of all
flowers the "Hawthorne. "A
Hen i see" is the fayorite expres
sion of another.
F, D. Preston, of the United
States Geodetic Survey, was here
two days this week observing the
the variations, dip and horizontal
intensity of the magnetic needle.
M, Preston has made like obser
vations all over Arizona. It is
the intention of the government
to establish a magnetic station
111 Arizona, either at Phoenix or
Flagstaff. These places have
been tested, but it is now known
yet which will be chosen.
x. y. z.
Is is said that the Arizona Leg
islature adjourns Friday. The
Eight Hour Law and the Secre
tary fee bill, will be the only
measures of importance to pass.
The council is ready to pass a
woman suffrage bill different from
the one passed by the House.
Snips and the St. Johns Hkkald
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first - National Baitlr? 'S:
i ted States Deoositorv f
AUTHORIZED. CAPITAL $500,000 00 '
PAID-UP CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS 200.000 00
DEPOSITS 2,000,000 00 . ...
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
JOSHUA S. PA YN OLDS President ,
M. V. PLOUKN'OY rw.. Vice-Presl!ont "
FRANK McKKK Cashier
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Depository of the A. T. & S. F. and S. F. Pa. Railroads;
In the journal of the celebrated
English preacher, Frederick Rob
ertson, occurs the following sin
gular passage: "If I had (not
known a certain person, I neyer
should have given up soldiering
to become a minister; if I had not
met a certain lady, I never should
have known that person; if my
dog had not disturbed that lack's
invalid child at night. I never
should have met her. It is true,
then, that if my dog had not
barked on that particular night
I should now .be in the dragoons
or fertilizing the soil of India.''
V WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
THE BANK Of COMMERCE, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOM
MODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
M. S. OTERO, President.
W. S. STRICKLER, W. J. JOHNSON,
Vice President and Cashier, Assistant Cashier
wm. Mcintosh solomon luna geo. armot
c. baldridge a. m. blabkwell w. a. maxwell
Depository for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway.
General Merjc h"a n d
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Keep constantlv on hand a large and
ell selected stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
BOOTS AND SHOES-
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Awl everything usually found in a First-Class Establishment A,ny
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