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LOCAL and PERSONAL
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Allenbaugh are visiting here today. A. E. Lewis spent a couple of days in town this week. Orville Hathorn was in from Indian wells Sunday. Hy Smith returned Thursday from Sponsellor's ran:h. Chas Cahn was taking in the 6ights of winslow yesterday. J. H. Willis of Snowllake, is a buisness visitor here to day. Miss Ada Smithson returned to her home in Woodruff Wed nesday. J. I. Mc Kelvey and Abe Vin yard were here Wednesday and loaded with freight for Ft. Apache Mr and Mrs. Wm Morgan left here Monday for their home at ShowLow, Hon.Q ... R. Gardener was a visitor at the, county seat Thurs day. H. M. Tanner of St. Joseph was a buisness visitor here to day, Capt. M. E. Goldman passed through here Monday on his way East from Ft. Apache. A. E. Maupin returned to his trading post Tuesday with a load of supplies. J. H. Richards of St. Joseph spent a few hours here Monday morning. v Mrs. J. L. Clark has closed her lodging house in Winslow and returned home last night. Mrs. E. J. Smith is spending the week at Taylor visiting with her mother. Henry Mills and Frank Nick laus of Showlow were here Monday to make final proof on their homesteads. Miss Zilpha Garvin came up from Winslow this morning and will spend a lew days visiting with her mother. J. H. Willis has received a car of 2 ft. tiling for use in drawing off water from a reservoir near Snowflake. F. W. Nelson, vice-president of the Navajo County Bank was here yestrday soliciting: business for that institution. Joe Knight, E. McSpadden and Wm. Daum attended the dance at Adamana last night and., re turned home this a. m. They re port having had a swell time. M. R. Tanner 'accompanied Mrs. N. Miller up from St. Joseph Thursday, Mrs. 'Miller continued on to her home on the stage that aiternoon. Mrs. E.' Hathaway, who has spent the past ten day visiting with Mrs. E.H. Bargeman return ed to her home in Winslow Thurs day. ' .' " R. S. , Karer, , of Ft. Defiance was before U. S. Commissioner Wattron Thursday to make ap plication for a home stead Mr. Karter is starting a - poultry ranch. Chas Lorf, a iirst class tailor, from Los Angeles, has opened up in the building one door east ot Wattrons Drug store, and is now ready to do all kinds of repair work on gents clothes. Fidel Baca has returned from a trip to Los Angeles. He visit ed in all the important towns between here and that city, and reports having met our old townsman, Sam Scorse, at King man. Sam was headed this way and will arrive home in the near future. The gentleman who suggested planting those shade trees around the court-house is entitled to a word of praise from every citizen in Navajo county. It was an ex cellent idea and the beauty of it is the trees are planted. But don't fqrget that they need wa ter. Charles H. Utting has been ap pointed deputy United States marshal, succeeding John Foster, who will engage in buisness in Bisbee. Utting resigned as deputy marshal two years ago and his place was filled by Foster. Col. J. W. Ellison, accompanied by his grand-daughters, Rose and Gertrude Campbell. arrived here Sunday eve to meet his daughter Mrs. G. W. P. Hunt, Mrs. Hunt came in yesterday morning and they left on their return to Ellison. Clarence Morrow and Wm. Amos returned from the southern end of the county Tuesday and left on Wednesday for Phoenix. Mr. Morrow had his flocks shorn and sold the clip to A. A. Vandewort. Mr. Amosjwill shear his flock next month. Kansas has voted down the woman's suffrage law. Politics in Colorado didn't seem to have undergone the purification that the injection of the feminine vote promised, and Kansas, being a near neighbor, decided to defer the enfranchisement for a while. Tombstorie Prospector. The Alaskan Boundary "l Sixty brass posts to be used in marking the Alaskan boundary; as determined by the recent com mission, are being manufactured by a New York firm under direc tion of the Canadian Government and other firms in Canada are filling similar orders. The posts are five feet long, and will be riv eted to solid masonry' founda tions. Qn one side in large let ters will appear the word "Can ada," and on the other "United States." " t Send No Money ONL.S YOUR NAME AND ADDRKSS For Samples of Cloth, Etc. LL-WOOL l yf C MADE TO UIT vJUH'.OU ORDER. The Medal Tailors V 69-71 Third St. Portland, Or. Please mention this puper. A. & B. SCHUSTER, WHOLESALED RETAIL MERCHANTS d) u h u 3 0 .e to 0) Pure Nevada Sulphur for SheeD-Dia Store and Ranch Supplies a Specialtu. Mall orders receive prompt attention Quotations cheerfully Given. ; Agents for. Studebaker Spring 'Vehicles . and Schuttler ' Freight Wagons. 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