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Frank Wallace was kept quite busy, this week inspecting cattle. J. E. Richards was here after supplies Thursday. , A. E. Maupin came in from his trading post Tuesday eve. ' Louie Garvin, will leave for Ft. Wihgate to morrow. Hit the Trail at the Lewis and Clark Exposition, opening in Portland, June 1. ; Geo. Hennesy and Dick Grigs by spent a lew days here this Week. . ; . ;. Mrs Alvin Despain arrived from Snowflake Saturday on rer way to St. Joseph. Mr. and .Mrs. Howard were business visitors at Navajo Sun May; Wetzler Bros have just received a carload of that famous Schhtz beer. . ; Miss Francis Wallace was vis iting with friends here Wednes day. Orville Martiri spent a few hours in the city Thursday even ing. Tourist travel to the Petrified forest is picking up, a party of five stopped over here Thusday to take in the sights ot that park. Mrs. F. Sampson arrived from Los Angeles Sunday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McAllister. ; Dr. Johnson departed on No. 8 Thursday for Chicago," he will visit other eastern cities, before returning to Holbrook. John King left here yesterday in charge of some 700 head of horses which he will trail through to Garden City, Kas. . . ; H. H. Scorse arrived home Wednesday from Cortez, near where his flocks are now graz ing. He will return to Cortez about the last ot the month. Ray Tanner 'came up from St. Joseph Thursday to meet his wife who was returning home from Snowflake where she has been visiting with her parents. Chas. Mo.ss came up from WinslbW Tuesday and will leave in a few days for the Headquart er ranch to enter the employ of Capt. Warren. . ,, W. W. Perkins and Geo. New man passed through ,here Wed nesday morning in charge of 18 cars of fat whethers which they were taking to eastern market. . i r: A. E, Henning of Pinta shipped two cars of horses from this point last Sunday, one eafwent to Garden City the other to Chi cago. , "M" troop, 5th. Cay. under, command of Capt. Scales, arriv ed here from Ft. Apache Sunday and left oh No. 8 .Monday for a couple of;"rnoliths duty ort'the Uintah reservation, in Utah. Bernard Schuster has resigned as general manager of the Schus ter Mercantile Co., at Concho. He will be succeeded by Isaac Barth of St. Johns, Mr. Schuster will leave for El Paso. After an absence of two years, most of which time he spent on the Pacific coast, Sam Scorse. re turned to Holbrook Tuesday, he went to Winslow Wednesday to take a job of pumping at Clear Creek. Tom Irwin came down from Richville, last Saturday and boarded No. 1 Sunday for Los Angeles to accept a position of locomotive engineer on the L. A S. P. & S. L. railway out of Los Angeles. Atty. Isaac Barth, of St. Johns was here Wednesday to meet II. I . Franklin, Santa Fe claim agent, in. regard to settling the claim against the Santa Fe for the death of Lacy Greer. We under stand Mr. Barth settled for some thing near $3,000. Cap Nail, Geo. and Haite Wil helm, Henry Piatt, Don Riggs and Fred Whiting, all of Apache county, were here Tuesday to de liver a herd of steers to Jake Caufman. Mr. Caufman ship ped the cattle to his ranges in Coconino county. Sayings of the Wise. Nothing more of sympathy to the voice than real goodness. Bantian. ( All who joy would win must share it happiness was born a twin. Byron. Better be driven out from among nien than to be disliked by children. Dana. Education is only like good cul ture; it change the size, but not the sort. Bcecher. He who says there is no such thing as an honest man is him self a knave. Berkeley. , Dp you get The Argus ? BThb wMe-tf read rt puliirit" of BTUVUXS RIFLES, i. J SHOTGUNS crm.Iwbics the decree of mtiettii'ticnilorticd in cur Eteritn;t mane, you win mm 6riiislir.in.Ietl"STl,:Vr-Mj"OtaU Kll'LE RANGES and wherever there lu Hunting1, ' I IT!5 A ST E VEN S' ls"vihiva!entUSDvinjr OUAKANT1-I-T) FOR ptrAL 1 TY and famous fur all essential firearm privrUcji. Our Line . 'milts, from $3.00 to $150 Shotguns, from 7.50. to 35 Ask yurxlelcr.and1 iffci3 on cur (jowls. J f you can not obtain them, let us know ami will ship dlrect.exptcss j reiaid, upon - roccli of price. Uon't i'AfL Waend fur il.i.btrUL-.l (.Dialog. It is a lHnk ot ready uiawc, and n;ix-aU to all lovers interested in the sport of k'liootiiit:. Mailed fur 4 ceilL. iu stumiM to jnf y postage, HIT T1IH MARK with our RI1LK PUZZUi! This alever,noveity will be mailed FKIili fllHin request. J. STEVENS ARMS 6 TOOL CO. P. O. BOX 4001 OHtOOPEB -, " FAUld, MA39., U. 3 A. ft WWrnmSS am A. & B. SCHUSTER, WHOLESALE & RETAIL MERCHANTS V CO w b u 0 C 0 Pure Nevada Sulphur for Sheep-DiD. Store and Ranch SuDDlies a Specialty. Mail orders receive p'romut attention, Quotations cheerfully aiven, " .Agents for Studebaker Spring Vehicles . and ; Sett UTTLER Freight Wagons. ? (D 3 a 0 C 0 (D . , ... Stores at 4l Holbrook, Concho & St. Johns. 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, AND SURPLUS $125,000.00 DEPOSIT8 Sl.000.000.OO OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. SOLOMON LUNA. President. W. S. STRICKLER. V. P.. and Cashier. W. J. JOHNSON. Asst. Cashier WM. MCINTOSH ' GEO. ARNOT. J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CKOMWELL DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY. OCOCXDOOCXXOOOC F. H. HATHORN J. C LATHROP PROPRIETORS OF THE Holbrook Livery and Feed Stables We. are after your business. Give us a trial. We will do our part promptly and to your satisfaction. $Sffi j" HATHORN & LATHROP, ho,'bk&sa oooocxxxoooooo r L0UI GHUEY, Merchant .,; ,.,. w -.DEALER IX - GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Butter and Eggs -Cigars, Tobaccos, Confectionery and Notions. Fine Wines and Whiskies,' ' ' Holbrook AriKoi in.