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LOCAL and PERSONAL
Adolf Schuster made a flying! trip to Winslow Wednesday. E. II. Bargeman was a visitor here yesterday. J. F. Mahoney was a business visitor here Monday. Mrs. J. P. Richards ot St. Joseph spent a couple of days here this week visiting with relatives. The passenger trains were very late yesterday on account of a washout near Blue water, N. M. Prank Ilathorn has accepted a position as clerk in Maupin's trading post. There will be a dance at Ada mana on the night of April 21st, everybody invited to attend. Mrs. E. Bruce of Winslow was here this week with a fine line of milinery. II. II. Scorsc returned to the Salt River Valley Thursday to look alter his flocks. Owing to the publishing of the Supervisors proceedings we had to omit the neighboring news. The Ft. Apache stage now leaves here at 1:30 p. m. and ar rives, as formerly, at 4 p. m. F. A. Richard stopped over Thursday to visit with Iricnds he left on Friday for Laguna, New Mexico. Elmer Richards and Harvey Wimmer passed through here Thursday on their wav to the mountains to work horses. On Monday last W. II. Clark contracted for Jose Nuanez's en tire clip of wool at 1G cents per pound. Dr. .Woolford returned from Los Angeles Thursday and left for St. Johns yesterday, he is very much improved in health. Joe Knight has severed his con nection with A. E. Maupin in the Indian trading business and. has departed for Flagstaff. John Huffman was a visitor here Monday, he informed us that he will leave in a few days for Goldfields, Nev. II. C. Chilson spent a few days here this week and from all re ports did a large amount of first class dental work. Editor C. M. Funston of Flag staff was here Monday to pre sent his claim for County print ing lor the past quarter. ' Dr. G. P. Sampson came up from Winslow Monday to attend a meeting of the Board of Public Health. On account of the inclement weather Saturday the dance in the evening was attended by a very few. C. L. Flinn, Justice of the Peace at Winslow, in his coroner's re port to the Board of Supervisors stated that E. Romero was kill J. E. Porter arrived here Sun day from Long Beach, after spen ding i couple of days here he con tinued on liis wav tp ShowLow. i Adolf Schuster arrived here from Los Angeles Monday and j will spfiid a short time here at-1 tending to his extensive business interests. i i Fred Moss came up from Flag- j staff Sunday and after spending a few days here visiting with friends returned to the Sky Light city. Port Allison and J. G. Mcjunk ey, members of a railroad sur veying party now camped at ShowLow, Were here afteraload of supplies yesterday. District Attorney Crosby of Apache County passed through here Thursday on his wav to Flagstaff to attend court whiety will convene there Monday. j i F'. T. Pius, one of Winslow's) substantial citizens,' was before j U. S. Commissioner Wattron Monday making final proof on his homestead located neat that city. Immigration to this country through the port of New York for March reached the unprece dented figure of total arrivals of 97,000 Fr the same month a year ago the arrivals were 4-8,-000. Sheriff Harry Henderson ofCo conino count' was here yester day to get a man sheriff Ilouck had arrested, who is wanted in in Flagstaff for stealing a couple of suits of clothes. J. F. Sherwood was down from Springerville Wednesday after a load of supplies; speaking of the St. Johns dam, he said: "In my opinion it is a very weak concern and I would not lie surprised to heat of it going out at any time." Captain Henry Warren return ed here Tuesday from a ten days sojourn in the southern part of of the territory, and in company with Tex Edmundson drove out to the Headquarter ranch to sup erintend the installation of a pumping plant there. Clarence Morrow and William Amos, two of Navajo county's prosperous sheepmen, arrived in the city Wednesday night from the Salt River Valley to look af ter their flocks that wintered on this side. They report an abund ance of feed and water on the desert. A couple of Government sheep inspectors are here and will go out to inspect the numerous flocks of sheep for scab before allowing them to go onto the re serve. We have been informed there will be some fifty inspect ors stationed in this territory this season for the same purpose, and scabby flocks are to be dip ped under the supervision of the ed on the night of March 29thJ inspectors at the expense of the and died on the following night, owner. A. & B. SCHUSTER, WHOLESALE & RETAIL MERCHANTS Pure Nevada Sulphur for Sheeu-DiD. Store and Ranch SupDlies a Specialty. Mail orders receive prompt attention, Quotations cheerfully oiven. Ml M V M J AS99. yj&sjfjl Agents for Studebaker Spring Vehicles and ScHUTTLER Freight Wagons. 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