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On Wednesday evening, Nov. I Uilh, the pupils of the Indian: school jjnve .'in entertainment' consisting of musical and liter ary exercises anl fancy drills. The recitations and dialogues i were well presented, some of the. exercises comparing favorably with work by white children of the same ajje. - A solo by one of the older girls railed Doris, and a negro song and impersonation by Keveis, one of the larger boys were both well done. The little Bo-peep and Hoy Blue drill by six boys and six girls, was an in teresting number. The Butter Hy drill by eight small girls, dressed in various bright colored gowns to resemble butterflies, was very pretty and well execut ed. In songs by the whole school several of the boys' voices at tracted particular attention, be ing strong and clear with that sweetness so noticeable in boyj choirs. . The children were alii very quiet and well behaved,! even the very young ones con-! ducting themselves in a decorous ! manner. It was all the more in-! teresting and surprising, because as Mr. Crouse expressed it, "The Indian child has further to come ! to reach the same point in ad vancement." They must be taught many little arts of civil ized life which white children un derstand More entering school. At the conclusion of theevening's program remarks were made by Agent Crouse, Major Adrews, ' commanding officer at Fort Apache, Colonel Pringle, civil engineer, and Kev. Paul Mayer hoff. A number of visitors were present from Fort Apache and the agency. All were outspoken and unstinted in their praise of the effective work being accom plished by Agent Crouse and his corps of able assistants in the education and training of the Indian children in their charge. longed their stay in older to en joy the street fair now in pro-j gress in that city. ! A drunken miner broke into the room occupied by Messrs. Oohhvorthy and Iav on Monday afternoon and started to help himself to their belongings. I le ; was caught in the act and s now serving a fifteen day sen- tence in jail. I Snowflahe. i Ezra West was in town Mon-j day. I i Will Freeman went to Hoi-: brook Friday. j Thanksgiving day was cele- brated somewhat by having dinners etc. j Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Bushman, ! who recently returned from Utah : are here visiting relatives. Cal Stratton has bought the j home of Louis Johnson and he j intends to make his home here. There is still one case of diph-j theria in town, it being the old est son of Mrs. Statenand who's sickness has been quite severe, is some better. A. B. SCHUSTER, Holbrook St. Johns Concho Whiteriver Wtiolesfile Grocers jobbers of Gen'l Merchandise. To Cure Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. 'tHeororiDV Black-Draught) viistipatioW Constipation in nothing more an a clogging of the bowel I Winslow. Mrs. Conard Stumpf and dau ghter Alice of Ash Fork ' came . down tor a short visit with friends this week. C. B. Watts, formerly of Ar kansas City, Kan., is now em ployed as stenographer in the master mechanic's office. ! E. T. Isherwood is in Needles acting as store keeper for the Santa Fe at that place, during, the illness of F. K. Williams. ! There has la-en a considerable increase in the force at the rail road shops recently, owing to the great rush of work now on. Miss Norma McGinty enter tained about forty of her young friends last Saturday afternoon, the occasion being her tenth birthday. She received many beautiful presents. A number of Winslowites went to Prescott to serve on the fed eral grand jury. They have pro- Itha mid nothing Ipki! than vital stag nation or death if not relieved If every constipated sufferer could realize that he it allowing poisonous filth to remain in bis system, he would soon get relief. Constipation invites all kind of contagion. Headaches,, bilious ness, colds and many other ail ments disappear when consti pated bowels are rel ie ved Thed -ford's Black-Draught thoroughly cleans out the bowels in an easy and natural manner without the purging of calomel or other vio lent cathartics. Be sure that you get the origi nal Thedford's Black-Draught, made by The Chattanooga Medi cine Co. Sold by all druggists in a cent ana 91. uu packages. orfiB, ark., Mar 15, 1901. I cannot recommend ThedforiTa Black. Draught too nifnir. 1 Mp It In mj howw ie aao nan mm n ror uie last jCOCOOCOOCOOCOCOOOOOOOOOOCO fRaic d. amp Supplies a Specialty. Navajo BlanKets and Indian Curio. WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPA8ED FACILITIES THE BANK OF COMMERCE Of ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION AND 8OLICIT8 NEW ACCOUNTS. CAPITAL. StOO. 000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR8. M. 8. OTERO. Prssidsnt. W. S. 8TRICKLER. V. P.. AND CA8HI1R. W. J. JOHNSON. ASST. CASHIIR WM. MCINTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEO. ARNOT. l. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL W. A. MAXWELL DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON TOPEKA A 8ANTA FE RAILWAY. 11 the tli tea nan. anr other laxatlra. I think I eoald ever oe aoic to wore wltlioat It 1 new gnt mr children I account of being; troubled with . roaatlpstlou. Toar medicine li i I all) t ktcpa ap C B. NcFARIiiND. First National Bank, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Officers and Directors: Joshua S. Raynolds, President. M. W. FLOURNOY.Vice President. Frank McKee, Cashier. C. K. Newhall,. Assist. Cashier. H. F. Raynolds, ...Director. U. S. DEPOSITORY. Authorized Capi tal, $500,000.00 Paid-up Captal, Surplus and Prof -its,$200,000.oo. Depositoru for the Atlantic and Pacific and Atch ison, Topeka and Santa Pe R'y Co Ta W VMI VVW Ul V1IV VUT at .a a. Take Laxative uromo quinine Tablets, js n7jb Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. This SiSCIiatUre. S&yr Cures Crip in Two Days. on every box. 25c.