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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Denny Hibben, who has been
seriously ill with pneumonia, is
To Let Housekeeping rooms'.
Mrs. Mayflower. 443t
Leo H. Verkamp left Wednes
day on a visit to his old home in
School tabs for rfcho'ol children,
,at the Banner DriijjSo. 43-4t
Rev. F. C. Reid and family .jS
, turned Wednesday from a-visit to
friends in Kentuckv.
Examine your rool aiul if deed
ing repair, see HannaHardinger;
'" MiSs Esther IJibben left Sun-f
t'.iy )orK3j5 Angclos,' where she
will reside" ui'thtf future. . ,
For Rent Threeroomed fur
nished house. Ajjyrty Mrs. Clark
Miss Vera Greenlaw left Wed-
nesday for Tempt,', where she will
enter the Tempo Normal school.
formed by Probate Judge Doug
lass. The couple will reside in
Henry F. Ashurst, district attor
ney, has been granted by the
board of supervisors, thirty days
leave of absence. In company
with his wife and son, the time
will be spent in Los Angeles, Cal.
S. S. Acker, who ran a meat
market in Prescott when the
Courier man was a small boy, is
once more in the city. He came
litre from the Mogollons as a wit
ness in the Heaver creek water
There is a lari
1 here is a large assortment
fine toilet sokp athev liann
"Drug Co. y ; - .43-
C. R. Palmar is now manager of
the Postal telegraph office at Wil
liams. J. D. DeRosaeY having r-
hen you want a pleasant lax
ative take Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. For sale by
W. H. Reed and. wife, of Show
low, spent Monday in the city.
Mr. -Reed is a ranger of the Black
Mesa reserve. , ,
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vleQ aaie i-arge eigiu room
uuuse wuii ceiiar unu iniesi jm-
other out buildings Xnd twenty-
ui ii i juts, run uuii iiuu uaiauce
on easy terms to suit buyer. In
quire of L. L. Burns. 42-tf.
John W. Francis came in from'
the White Mesa mines Tuesday.
One da- last week he pulled a
loaded shotgun from his wagon
and the gun was accidentally dis
charged, the charge taking a good
sized chunk of the muscles of his
left arm nw'av.
Zeke Newman sold 2,500 head
of lambs to Chas. Dunn, buyer
for Cudahy's Los Angeles packing
house, Thursday. Holbrook Ar
gus. E. S. Gosney, who has been ill
for several days, left Tuesday for
Pasadena, California, where he
will try that climate for the benefit
of his health.
C. H. Lamport, a brother of J.
A. Lamport, is here on a visit. C.
H. Lamport is a resident of South.
Dakota and it is the first meeting
of the brothers in twenty-six years.
The past week has been a moist
one, rain or snow falling ea,ch day
pf the week. The storm brought
out a crop of weather prophets
and each one predicts a wet
A quiet wedding took place
Tuesday evening at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Nickell,
when their eldest daughter, MiSs
Emma, was united in marriage to
Mr. C. E. Eggers, of Fort Win
gate. The ceremony was per-
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Newman
have been visiting here this week.
Mrs. Newman went to Flagstaff
thismorning to pack her goods
preparatory to movihg 'here for
the winter. The citizens of Hol
brook join the Argus in welcoming
Mr. and Mrs. Newman inour
midst, and hope they may decide
to remain hero permanently.
J. S. LcRay while working in
the skidway at the mill had his
feet badly bruised last Tuesday
night, it was due to slipping off
his feet on a smooth log, while
using a canthook. Mr. DeRay is
a member of Fraternal Order of
Eagles, of Everett, Washington,
and is being looked after by the
lodge here. The accident is not
of a serious nature, but will con
fine him to the house for some
F. II. Newell, of the reclama
tion service, savs that the govern
ment mill at Roosevelt is manu
facturing cement cheaper than
teams could haul it from the near
est railway station, and that the
quality is the best on the market.
I fomen who foil
QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR LADIES
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES FOR MEN
in buying at our store. No better goods
made. None more reasonable in prices.
for the latest Fall Hats for Lad' or
Miss, Suits, Cloaks, Skirts & Waists.
for Shoes fo everybody
rom No. -1 to 12.
Ja I I Vt I 111 1 II
1 111 in inn
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in woolor cotton for large or small
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for-Wool Dress Goods
in large assortment of color
for Knit Goods
Anything in hand made goods
to machine made.
for Fine Clothing
An up-to-date stock for men
made by Kohn Bros.
and Leather Bags
of all kind.
P. S Be sure and look at
our new Polo Hats for
Lady or IWiss.
THE QUALITY STORE