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.. Personal J. IJ. Patterson, of St. Johns, was here Tuesday. Fred Wctzler is sojourning at Ft. Apaclic this week. Window shades and carpet samples at Woostcr's. 2t Nasif Tank-rand DcsidrioOr tcgo were down from Concho today on business. J. F. Mahoney. D. E. Hanks nnd P. M. French, of Winslow were here Tuesday. J. R. Ilulct was down at Wins low yesterday, having dental work done by Dr. Portz. Woolbuyers Ellory and Yande wart arc here this week," taking in tb.2 v3o that is coming in. Joseph W. Smith, J. IT. Frisby an I N. Miller, ofSnowflakc, were county seat visitors, Tuesday. J. II. Frost, of Snowflake, is here this week, building a ma chinery shed for the A. C. M. I. Frank A. Zuck, of Winslow, was here the first of the week, looking after his cattle interests Max Schuster is taking a much needed rest this week, and is visiting with his family at Albu querque. Miss Maggie Greer, of Concho, who has been studying music at Salt Lake morning. Hy Smith, of Snowflake went through here Tuesday with abort eighty head of cattle for Flagstaff. The freight depot at Winslow was destroyed by fire Monday. Didn't think the election would be quite so warm. Wool has commenced coining in, there being about 400 bales now piled up along the tracks awaiting shipment. Sergeant Capron, who has been stationed at Cooley's for some time, has been transferred to Denver, and left for there last night. W. E. Baxter, who has been working on Snips at St. Johns, came down yesterday. Printers don't seem to hang out very long in the Apache city. Rev. Sloan, of Gallup, will hold services at the school house next Tuesday evening, and it is ex pected that he will hold services every other Tuesday thereafter. District Attorney W. H. Bur bage and Supervisors J. X. Woods of Winslow, and J. II. Willis, of Snowflake, were here Monday and Tuesday attending the regu lar quarterly meeting of the county board. Hon. Wm. Morgan came in from Phoenix Thursday and leaves today for Show Low. Mrs. Morgan presented him with a daughter at their Phoenix home, and the little one is at the pres ent time about one month old. Excursion Rates. Supreme Court Independent Order of Foresters, Los Angeles, April 29, 1902. Ln Fiesta de las Flores, Los Angeles, May 1, 2, 3, 1902. Convention of Federation of Women's Clubs, Los Angeles, May 1-8, 1902. For the above meetings the sale of excursion tickets to L03 An geles and return has been author ized as follows: Dates of sale, April 28, 29, 30, going limit. May 1, 1902, return limit May IS, 1902, rate, $32.00. No stop overs will be allowed. To enable the many visitors to see the various points of interest in California, excursion tickets will be sold from Los Angeles to points on the Southern California Railway and return at one fare and one-third for the round trip. Rate Los Angeles to San Diego and return will be !?4..00. 8 F. J. WATTRON, S ft 3 .DEALER IN ... . Fancy and Toilet Articles. & , in Jewelry Brushes, Pprfuinoiy, Soaps, Combs, Glas, Putty, $ Oils, Varnishes, Paints, Ciitllery, Wines, Liquors, ' e$ jff, , Oigars, Uoulocuonerv. tj I Patent Medicines. 'i c4 9 rrWr ji FRUITSOF ALL KINDS. MAIL ORDERS PROnPTLY FILLED HO LB ROOK, ARIZONA. The most effective argument on a boy is a good keen switch. A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs aod Coliis in Children. "I have not the slightest hesit ancy in recommending Chamber lain's Cough Remedy to all who are suffering from cougli3 or colds," says Chas. M. Cramer, Esq., a well known watch maker of Colombo, Ceylon. "It has been some two years since the Citv, returned this ; Uty Dispensary nrst cancel my attention to tins valuame med icine and I have repeatedly used it and it has always been bene ficial. It has cured me quickly of all chest colds. It is especially effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them ot hoarsness. I have persuaded many to try this val uable m.dieinc, and they are all as well pleased as my sell over the results." For sale by F. J. Wat- tron. 03 I I SI1EEI GRANDS. ,- 'if- HUXI'.V HUMINl'.. Postoffinn Show Low, Arizona. Kuiitfe Nuruju ami Apuchu counties. Firebrand V" Triangle on loft Jaw. EaKMAUKS. Overhnlfcrop loft. isliarp ( Shorn U'lt, overhalfcrop Crop mill overhnlfcrop riitlit anil left. ?CT5 Swallowfork Wm&iiL si'Hto left, and two ovel'lmlf- Crop mill hole loft, nnmrf&Mi! overnuii crop niiu. -.'. Cl'OI) VI Kilt mm VII,U;VM MO IMS AX. PostoBino Show Low, Arl.onu. Kunsc Show Lowercekaiul Nuvajo county Firolirnnil On -Jflgi Tarbrand left side of aj. Eurnmrka Crop nnil firfrVS ovovbit left, imil crop mi l mi WPm ilorbit right for ewes; reversed on weather NKI.SON & GUOVER. FostolBt'e Melioi. Arizona, Kuiiffo West Blank Cuflon. l'lrobrund f on noso, a? 3 C9 A. & B. SCHUSTER, Holbrook St. Johns Whiteriver Vlic)lesnle Grocers Jobbers of Genl J4erctiandise. CM-ft :CXXDOOOC)COCXXXXXXDOCXXXXX)C 5Raio a amp Suppfies a Spcoiaft. coaxxocaxxxxxxicocoocxxxxi!. Navajo DlanKets and Indian Curios. BgffiBmjmTOaiy:mEE Capital Stock, $100,000. i t "a a anil of iommerce, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M- Dealers in Foreign Exchange and Issues Letters of Credit. Solicits Accounts and Oilers to De positors Every F'aculty Consistent with Profita ble Banking. DIRECTORS: M. S. OTERO Presiilont J. C. BAI.nttTDGB Lumber Earmarks Crop ovcrtiron riirht varaed on weatlioro. and split left fur ewe, re- '2 H. SCHUSTEtt Vice-PrcHident 2 W. S. STRICUMiR Cufchlcr H. J. 'EMERSON Atwltt.CasI.ler W. LEONARB Cupltalist A T?tw'T7M A VV TTUnM.nii Hiltfl. Wrrflt A. M. 1U.ACKWE1.L, Grosn, Black- i Well & Co., Groncrs. A. MAXWELL, Wholesale Drunfflst . Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ity.