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SNIPS. & ST. JOHHS H1SKALD
5 LOCAL NEWS
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Prime T. Coleman made a trip
to Concho Wednesday.
Miss Pearl Miller is visiting
friends at SpringervrP.e.
Leandro Ortega was at Concho
this wéek attending to business.
Pratt Greer was in town this
week visiting with his many
O. M. and J. A. Bigelow were
in town last Monday attending to
W. H. Gibbons has moved his
family to town and -will remain
here for the winter.
Audon Gonzales, of Salt Lake,
was in town Thursday attending
to business matters.
Ben Schuster left today for his
sheep herd and will look after
his sheep for a few dajrs.
Arthur Miller returned from
Winslow this week. He has been
employed there for sometime.
Father Vabre, of Flagstaff,
arrived in the city yesterday and
will hold services here a few
Miss Pearl Udall .left for
Thatcher, Arizona, Tuesday.
She goes there to teach school
for the winter. 1 .
The A. C M. 1. is building a
store at Show Low and will
ready for business at that place
in the near future. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Woolfordare
happy over the arrival of a baby
boy at their home the 18t.h inst.
The youngster weighed ten
Jerry Gonzales and family and
Antonio Duran and family left for
Salt Lake Tuesday where they
will spend a few days of recreation.
county, was one of Hits tftnse men
that caught him-
At the meeting of the .Eastern
division of the Arizona Wool
Growers' Association atliolbrbok
last week, but little business was
dispensed with. James Scott and
J. TO, Porter, of Show Low, were
sent to Flagstaff to confer with
a committee of the Western di
vision of the association. It is
the intention of the two divisions
B. Lopez and son passed thru
here Tuesday. They were on
their way to New Mexico where
ivir. booez intenas Durcnasinsr a i
band of sheep.
A farewell party was given
Monday night in honor of Ch. arles
Lesueur, Joy Patterson and Frank
Brown, who left the next da' for
Provo. Utah, where they will at
tend college for the net two
years. James Lesueur accom-
M. P. Hoiladay and D. S. panied the young men as far as
;. Lewis, of Mesa, Arizona were in ; Holbrook. Miss Maud Nobles, of
town this week. They were j Alpine. Ben Brown Jr.,' Joseph
representing the Mutual Life In- Udall, Jr. and Herbert Berry, all
surance Company. from Eager also left this week
Mrs. Eli S. Pendns left this for Provo where they will remain
morning for Hebe.r, Arizona, two years attending school.
She received the news that her J Notice to Wool Growers.
father was seriouslv ill and was1 . . , .. f
, A special meeting of the
called to his bed side. tir- . t- c n a
Eastern D. vision ' of the An-'
A. J. Lebarron, of Flagstaff, zona Wool Growers Association
was in town this week purchas- will be held at Holbrook, Arizona,
iug cattle for Babbitt Brothers of on Tuesday September 15th l9f)3
that place. We understand that he for the purpose of electing offi-
purchased quite a number of head, cers for the ensuing year, and to
lnio-A Mnnim rinrrin ni: transact such other business as-
Concho, was in town yesterday 1Ila come befle said meeting.,;
on business. Mr. Garcia has iust AH sheeP men are invited. ..
been appointed Justice of the Robert Scott Pres. ri.
Peace of Concho pre.i.xt by J. B- Patterson Sec,
the Board of Supervisors at their R fc Qf A Count
last meeting. J '
We owe an apology to our ;
! readers this week on account of
! lack of news. The board pror
I ceedings take up most of our
space, but the proceedings are
interesting to the tax payers of
Alpine Cloudy weather with
good shower on the 18; potato
crop is very good; grass on ranges
verv good; cattle look well.- Mísá
c nnie Jepson. 1 '
ICa ar Sevéral nice showers
during week; fine rain on 13th;
quite warm; everything looking
Pablo Griego, the" man who well. Mrs. J. Udall,
murdered his wife at Williams1 Pinto Weather first of week
! last month, was captured in unusually warm; night of 22nd
Clifton the other day. Juan Pa- high wind, cool, and rain; cOrii
dilla, a deputy sheriff . of this doing well. A. IS. Henning.