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while here he gave thin office
pleasant call. He had business
before the Board of Equalisa
A sctíbcjl ditíjc cafecí
J. B. Patterson represented Apa
che county at the meeting;
We a re well n w a re o f the fact
J)a a t Jjjj re aHJ$ o tfa ik pfy per 'nte
nctetálg why ih&ydltl hot -re
al Hunt this week by the Board ; ceive their paper on time this
of Supervisors. This makes two j week. Asa matter or con ven i
school districts that, have betiij Qnce we thought it best to change
ereated recently, the other being ! the date of publication to Satur
day, so that accounts for the de-
at Ad am ana.
Candelaria Apodaca and Family
left for Keams Canyon Monday,
Mr. Apodaca will be employed
there by Mr. Hubbell. The$ will
be greatly missed by their máhy
A party consisting of Misses
Lottie, La Verne, Due 11a and Lou5
Sherwood. Erma Udall, Pearl
Miller, Messrs Prime. Coleman.
Louie Patterson and Di. J. J.
Monico Garcia, tlie bastHVii- i ! returned From the inoun-
Isaac Barth and Dr. Woolford
were1 at Concho Thursday attend
ing to business matters.
Sol. Barth and family left (ye
terday lor the Zuni villages
where the' will remain a day or
two taking in ;the sights. , .
Lázaro Acostó left for El Paso
M oriel ay where he goes to get his
family and upon his return he
will start a Spanish paper here.
W. J. Mailory and family re
turned last week from an outing
to the mountains south of here.
He reports having a most enjoy
A party of survejors of, tlie
Durango and Clifton railroad
were in town this week. A rail
road is certain to pass through
this country soon. ,
Fred T Colter, a prominent
cattleman of Springer ville, was
in town the fore part of the week.
It is an easy matter to guess as
to why he was here.
tfOP SALE A lot of good
second hand household furniture
for sale at a bargain. Come and
see and be convinced.
Mrs .E. S. Perkins.
J, ; F .McGar re U, a st ockma n o f
Navajo, was in town Monday and
clerk in the Schuster Mercantile
Company's store at Concho, spent
Sunday in the city. He and his
wife, "who had been visiting here
for a week, returned to Concho
tains this week. '1 hey had been
gone about a week and during
that time a pleasant time was
spent. ' '
A number. of taxpayers of ,the-;
county were in toWjii this y(eek
Mr T"1prmiVn Tin run ii nrl "Xtfítíe 'A lid Wtnf hffori till RonTíl lit
Modesta Duran went to Hoi- j Equalization to see that the board
j brook Monday and were.,, manned i did imt raise the amount of their
j there by Father Vabre, of Flag- j assessments too high. It seems'
(staff. They returned Thursday U.hat everybody wnt away per-
and a wedding dance was given
that night by the groom which
was well attended.
A reunion of the Gibbon fatiir
ly was held at Richard Gibbons
feetly satisfied with the figuré
at which the board put their assessment.
A committee was appointed
recently for the purpose of in a k-
honie at Malpais Spring last Sat- ' ing a canvass of the business men
urday. There were fifty-four ot town to see hbvy much money
present and eight missing. An (could be raised for the iHt tposj of
enjoyable time was had by all piping the water from Mcintosh
those present and all wished that spring to town. This would b
reunions were held oftener. a great benefit to the town and
Ben Schuster and family 're- hop that enu& mnr
turned Wednesday from Heber be waed for thut pnrpo8e-
t-r 1 "V A 4" l it Ui i if. l-vs it4 é !. m
wuwc UAV ,l'cn : El Tule was the
Mrs. bchuster's parents. Mr.
Schuster states that between here
scene of a
; shooting scrape the other day "anil
: as a result of the sania ASnm
and Heber there is lot. of water i ChM is now an inmate of tfae
I and mud, but in spite of all that county bastUc Rt toofe R
i they had a very enjoyable trip. , . n nnnnin v u
r r at Ldemaco u-onzales, but owing
A, meeting of the Arizona - to his poor marksmanship, no
Wool growers' Association was , harm was done. It is thought
held at Holbrook Thursday and ; that the manís insane and he
sia. sert of officers was elected for will be examined on that charge
the, coming yuan., We did not , as soon as the Probate Jitdge ré-
learn, the ñame of those elected. I turns home.' , h;j