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Jim Donahue was in town this week. " v : .- John Divelbess spent Sunday at home. Frank Wallace was in town this week. Mrs. Carnegie returned from Taylor Friday. Ed. Bargman was a Holbrook visitor Tuesday. Mrs. John Blevins went to Adamana Thursday. Will Wooster returned from Whiteriver yesterday. The weather has been rather warm the last few days. J. E. Shelley, ol Heber, has been in town the past week. Wool Buyer Ellery, of Boston, left for San Francisco Sunday. Ernest Hall and wift returned from St. Johns Sunday evening. Max Schuster visited with his family in Albucjuerque this week. Mrs. W. B. Woods and son went to Adamana to visit a few davs. District Attorney Moran visit ed Winslow several times this week. J. H. was a week. Chas. Richards, of St.'Joseph, Holbrook visitor this Testerman arrived in town from Keams Canyon yes terday. Little Helen Smith was very ill this week but at present is improving. Henry Barrett, the Apache j county cattleman, was in town this week. John Kelley and sister, Mrs. Pickett, were the guests of Mrs. Boyer, Wednesday. Hugh Larson and lr. Williams came in from Heber Wednesday j to meet H.J. Ramer. j F. J. Wattron received one of j the latest improved Victor Talk- i ing machines, yesterday. Mrs. J. L. Clark and children went to Pinta Thursday to visit with Mrs. A. E. Henning. Ex-District Attorney Burbage was up from Winslow Monday attending to legal matters. Guy Gardner, . formerly of Woodruff, arrived from Gallup Tuesday and left for his old home. K. C. Henley brought up a couple of prisoners Wednesday to serve ten days for a trivial offense. There is a project on foot to build a Congregational church here in the near future. We hope it will succeed. H. H. Scorse paid Winslow a visit yesterday. Jimmy, who was hurt recently, returned with him on the flyer. Two cases of diphtheria broke out in the home of John L. Fish, Wednesday. The patients are improving rapidly. Julius ' Wetzler returned from Los Angeles, Tuesday. He will remain here awhile and attend to his extensive business. Mr. and Mrs. G. L-Hathaway went to Navajo Sunday., Mr. Hathaway takes the place of Mr. Meyers, who is away. A large number of sheepmen were in Irom the upper country with their wool this week and received good prices for the same. Bernard Schuster, the genial manager, of the Schuster Mercah: tile Company, of Concho, was here this week visiting his many friends. Mr. Spitz, an Albuquerque wool buyer, was here this week. He purchased a large amount of wool from the Concho sheep owners. - E. S. Perkins, Apache county's prominent newspaper proprietor, left for Phoenix Sundav morning where he goes on important business. Mr. Rich, who has the con tract to put in the electric plants at Keams Canyon and White river, came down from the latter place, yesterday. H. H. Scorse arrived home from Phoenix, . Monday,' having received word that his daughter was ill. He reports the sheep in dustry around Phoenix as being exceedingly good. We are in receipt of a letter from A. F. Potter stating that he will be in Sacramento, Calif., this summer and fall. He will examine the lands which were withdrawn for proposed forest reserves. T. H. Shufflin, who has been working for Charles Cahn at Keams Canyon, came down yes terday. He says the govern ment buildings are nearly com pleted and that they are fine structuies. Wm. Morgan arrived in town from Show Low yesterday. He made the trip from Phoenix in a carriage and states that he had a pleasant time en route. He i will remain here awhiletoattend I to the shipping of his wool. A party of pleasure seekers went from here to the Headquar ter ranch Monday evening to at-! tend a dance. They report' Mr. j and Mrs. Frank Wallace , to be . royal entertainers and a more pleasant evening could have' never been spent. ; Andrew Kapri left Thursday j for Price, Utah, where he had ; accepted a government position, j Mr. Kapri held the office of quar termaster agent here for a good ; many years and has a host of : friends who were sorry to see him leave. Mr. T. Larson, who comes here from southern Ariz ona, takes the position as quar-j termaster agent. , j Harvey Colcord met with aj serious accident in Tonto Basin, j recently. He was riding over ! rough country and his horse fell and rolled over him, bruising his : body terribly and it is feared I that his right hip wAs broken, j He had to be carried eighteen, miles on a stretcher to Ellison's : ranch where medical aid was ' rendered. We .hope for his speedy recovery. Henry Huning came down from j Show Low, Sunday evening, and left for his new home in Santa j Barbara, Calif., Tuesday morn ing. Mr. Huning sold his large ranch at Show Low to William I Flake and others, who intend to build a village on the place Mr. Huning has long been a resi dent of this county and has num erous friends throughout the county who regretted to see him lea ve and wish him happiness in his new home. A. & B. SCHUSTER, i mm m ' - . noibrook M. Johns Concho Whiteriver : Wholesale Grocers ; Jobbers of Gen' 1 Merchandise. 500COOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX)i 5Ratc j. amp Supplies a Speciaftvj. 5COOOOC)OOOCXXXXXXXXXXXX3000' Navajo Blanhets and Indian Curios. WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPASED FACILITIES THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS. ' CAPITAL. SlOO.000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. M. S. OTERO. PRISIDINT, ' W. S. STRICKLER. V. P.. AND Cashiir. W. J. JOHNSON, ASST. CASHIBR ... WM. MCINTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEO. ARNOT. J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL W. A. MAXWELL DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY. First National Bank, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Officers and Directors': Joshua S.. Raynolds, President. M. W. FLOURNOY.Vice President. Frank. McKee, Cashier. C K. Newh all,. Assist.' Cashier. H. F. Raynolds,.. Director, U. S. DEPOSITORY. Authorized Capi tal, $500,000.00 Paid-up Captal, Surplus and Prof its, $200,000.00. Depository for the Atlantic and Pacifc and Atch ison, ,Topeha and Santa Pe R'y Go j ' H J. Ramer arrived in town pany, it seems, did not take the yesterday from his ranch in New i proper care of them. Mr. D. R. 1 Mexico with a car of thorough- Heard and Mr. Day, cattle buy bred bulls, which he will take to ers from Phoenix, will aecom Pleasant valley. He had a great pany him to his ranch in Pleas deal of trouble in getting the ant valley, where they intend stock here. The railroad com- purchasing cattle.