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Jim Carrigan, of Winslow, is in town. Will Amos came down from Show Low Thursday. Several ears of sheep were ship ped from here yesterday. J.E. Jones, of Flagstaff, was here Sunday, on legal business. . Miss Maggie Jervis, has been spending the week with friends at St. Joseph. . Geo. Angerstein returned Sun day night from his outing at Los Angeles and reports having a fine time. A. Vanckwart, the Boston wool buyer, dropped off here Monday, to look after the fall clip from this section. S. F. Smith has been added to the force of clerks at the A. C. M. j I., and entered upon his duties; Wednesday. Mrs. John Conner spent Mon day at Winslow, and attended a meeting of the Eastern Star lodge in the evening. F. A. Zuck has closed his meat j market at Winslow and returned j to Holbrook. He will remain; with us but a short time, having decided to locate in the southern 1 part of the territory. : A number of people from the; upper country left here Tuesday! night for Salt Lake City where; tiny will attend conference. Sev eral couples will be united in marriage while there. 0. L Ilouck returned Tuesday, morning from a visit to his moth-. er in Darlington, Wisconsin. He enjoyed his visit very much and says the old state is in a pros-' perous condition this year. This office is having a rush of: work these days. If a good! printer would drop off here wej could keep him busy for a month ; or more; but they very seldom drop when there is work on hand, i H. S. Knight was here Sunday! with his advertising car for the j Albuquerque Fair. It will not .be Mr. Knight's fault if the Fair is not a success, for he is sure do ing his part of the work right. The program will be much better than last year and the low rate of $7.60 for the return trip ought to induce a large number to go from here. to Albuquerque from Holbrook at rate of $7.60; from Navajo Springs 6.40. Dates of sale Oct. 13 to 18 inclusive. Con tinuous passage in each direction going trip to begiir on day ofj sale; final limit for return Oct. 20, 1902. Tax Collector's Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Duplicate Assessment Roll of the county of Navajo, for the year 1902, is now in my possession for the collection of taxes. That said taxes will be delinquent on the third Monday of December next thereafter, and unless paid on ti.at day, or prior thereto, FIVE per cent, and COSTS will be added to the amount thereof as penaVy. The time and place at which payment of taxes may be made is during office hours at the office of the Tax Collector in the court house at the county seat. Any errors appearing in notices sent out should be reported to the assessor at once. Done at Holbrook, Arizona, this 22d day of September, A. D. 1902. F. M. ZUCK, 9-27-4t. Tax Collector. HAVE YOU REGISTERED? NEW MEXICO TERRITORIAL FAIR ALBUQUERQUE, Oct. 14 to 18 The 22d Annual New Mexico tTerritorial Fair will be held at 'Albuquerque, Oct. 11 to 18. The program will consist of horse racing, base ball games, cowboy tournement, etc., also exhibits. For the above occasion round trip excursion tickets will be sold NOTICE OF RE-REGISTRATION. The following resulution was ; adopted by the Board of Super-j visors of Navajocounty, Arizona, at' a regular meeting of the Board, held April 8, 1902: It appearing to the Board that it is necessary for a re-registra-j tion of the voters of Navajo ; county, Arizona; and on motion ' duly seconded and carried, it is hereby ordered that a re-regis-' tration of the voters of Navajo county, Arizona, be made for the . next general election to be held j on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, 1902. L. E. DlVELItESS, Chairman. . Attest: A. F. McAllister, Clerk. For prunkennsss, ('pii'm, Morphint end other Drug Using, ' and Neurasthenia. c.' O THE KEELEY sk?14 C INSTITUTE, Confidential. Dwlght, III. 11 M PROFESSIONAL CARDS. KENNETH K. SCOTT, ATTOKNEY-AT-IjAW GALLUP NEW MEXICO Will practice in ull the Courts of Navajo and Apache Counties. Arizona All matter in trusted tne wijl receive prompt attention g s. reed7 m7d , , ... Hjd"!ti PhyHii'ian ... Olfine: Hoy In Iteslilpnre. HOLBKOOK. - ARIZONA GEORGE P. SAMPSON, PHYSICIAN ntul SUKOKON, WISSI.OW, :-: ARIZONA. ' Culls from Holbrook mid vicinity promptly attended to. R. E. MORRISON, A I'I'OliN HIY-AT-liA W. Proscott. Arizona. : a. f. McAllister, NOTARY PUBLIC, AND CONVEYANCER. HOLBROOK. ARIZONA. t 1 I l t A. & B. SCHUSTER, Holbrook St. Johns Whiteriver Wholesale Grocers Jobbers ofGen'l Merchandise. ,OCOCXXXXXX)OOCXDO(XXDOOCXOOOC 5RatcJ anp Suppfics a Specia JAj. 50000TXD(YXXXX000 s . Navajo DlanKets and Indian Curios. i I ' 99 ft William Armbruster, Practical DlacKmith nd Wheelwright. jS? j7 All out of town work will receive prompt atten tion. If you have a wheel to lill or a tire to set bring it to me and get service for your money. , ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO SUIT YOU. North KM of USM DnAAI A ni7 '. XLXXXXXXXXXOOOOOOOOOaXXXXDOOOOOOOOOCX JVI jMB WM GENERAL BANKING CONDUCTED "We Earnestly- Solicit Your Patronage. OFFICERS & DIRECTORS W. H. BURBAUI5 President. I iHKisUV HUN1NO K. W. NELSON.. .Vice-President. Directum. GEO. A. LAN li Cusliier. M. W. rLOUIiM)Y Wabash Niagara Falls Short Line Union Depot at Kansas City and Chicago With Santa Pe Route. 4-Through Trains Daily from Chicago 1 'Pa IHTnn 4 Through Trains Daily from St. Louis 4 Trains Daily from Kansas City J And points Biyono. Reclining Chulr Cars (free) Pullman Piilace Sleepers, Dining and Cafe Cars on ail trains. Polite trainmen. Perfect roadbed, shortest line and EQUIPMENT ipiii-kest time. Tourist ears Monday Thursdays, 'IV i hours Chicago to Bost on C. S. Crime. !, P. A T. A., St. Louis Mo. Koss' :. Clint'. P. C. P. A.. Lo .inifelqs.