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Vol. 1, no. 33.
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ill: Still continues to dry and
n is fh uch needed-
Mr. Thomas Fryer, of Flag-S-taff,
hud business in the city
Mesfs. Pratt, Bryant and Pip
kin ' were in the city the earl)'
part or the week. ter.
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, misses xsaneua ami oici.a A pleaSurc party visited the
Iones, of Salt Lakes, M., L?l c fnn,. ir,n5 f
were visiting friends in the cit
Mr. 0. Becker returned i rom
the Cienga Maria Monday where
he had been looking after his
Mrs. Tenney, of Snowflake,
was in the city a few days last
;f,ew days last week visiting her
daughter, Mrs.. Bryant. .
Little Lucy Gonzaies. the two
year old daughter of Mr. and
fárs. N. (ronzales, died on the,
Jth inst. The bereaved parents
lsave the sympathy of the entire
Mr. and Mrs. John Horn r i olían
se n left for their home in Oak
land, Calif. vVendesday. They
were accompanied by their grand
son, Julius Becker, who will at
fnd school there.
Fred Reaves went to Gallup
Saturday night antl re turnea
Mr. Nickles was over from th1?
Long H headquarters and return
ed Saturday with a load of grain.
It is expected that there will
be a large number qí " pupils
attend ihe school here this win-
here, last week and while there
one of te party came near being
drowned by falling in, one of the
Word has been received here to
the effect that the Lynn family,
who left here the .last of July,
arrived in Socorro, N. M. They
had resided in Navajo a number
of years and are greatly missed
by their many friends,
Messrs. E. G. Cheney and
Jesse Marble have returned from
Mr. Joseph Kempe is around
at his work again. He and his
family and Miss Charlotte Kempe
visited St, Johns on Tuesday
Mr. Bernard Schuster has re
turned from Southern California
where he has been i or the past
live weeks. He had a very pleas
ant trip and is much improved in
Jame Reed, of WinsUm ar,e Mrs. juien u w has left
pany with several other stake ofE
cialsl will visit the different
wards in the St. Johns Siak in
behalf of relief society work.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Pukiph$r
are vry happy over the birth of
an eleven pound son. Hs came
to make his home with thepi on
Sunday morning lat. They
think he is "the only pebble on
the beach." Both mother and
babe are doing well.
Crop Report of Apache County.
Alpine Crops are in need of
rain, and some grain is burning
somewhat; grain heading out;
wild hay ready to be harvested;
garden vegetables damaged some
by insects. H. R. Burk.
Greer Weather fine with show
ers enough to keep crops grow
ing well; grain heading; pota
toes in bloom- 1. W. WiltbanK,
Nutrioso First of week cloudy
and warm; grain suffering fur
water; latter part of week cloudy
and windy with light showers,
but not enough to do much good;
garden stuff is doing well.--Lucinda
" .3r. H. Lynch is visiting her
rents at Wide Ruins'.
iiiv,Mi$s Hasel Todl and, Miss
The daily papers are all right
if you want them, but it is the
weekly paper that advertises
your business, your school, your
churches, your numerous socie
ties, sympathizes with you in
your affliction and rejoices in
your prosperity. In short it is
your weekly paper that mentions
the thousand and one items in
which you are interested duri.ng
th$ yfar and which youdant
find in the daily. Ex.