LOCAL and PERSONAL
Bill A. Smith was a business
visitor here today.
H. M. Tanner spent a few
hours here Monday.
, A. F. McAllister is (having a
windmill erected on his place!
Wm. i Wooster is here from
White river on business.
A. E. Maupin came in from his
trading post last evening.
It is rumored that Lantry and
Sharp are to reopen the rock
quarry at Penzance.
Father De Richmont passed
through here Monday on his
Svay to Gallup from St. Johns.
A. L. Stevenson and Jas. Don
ahue of Adamana were visitors
here last Saturday.
J. I. Kemps water servisganji
was here Monday making tempo
rary connections to the new tank.
J. Y. Lee was here on business
yesterday, he returned to Wood
j Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hathorn
jame in from Indian Wells yes
.lierday and will spend a lew days
here visiting with relatives.
J William C. Jones closed a nine
months term of school here Wed
nesday. H- left for his home in;
Fl.igstaff Thursday .
Hickman's steel tank gang is
here building a foundation for
the steel tank, which they will
erict in the near lutuiv.
The town ha finished replac
ing riprap and the county is now
putting in 600 load of rock to
protect tin- bank east of the
i The Board of Supervisors he d
a special session Monday after
noon to consider iiis t r the
erection of a steel bridge across
the Little Colorado River, north
Guadalupe Anaya, a prisoner
held to await the action of the
grand jury, was adjudged insane
by Drs. Hathaway and Samp
son; Sheriff Houck left with
him for the insane asylum Tues
T. E. Fulliam, of Flagstaff
was present at special meeting
of the Board of Supervisors
Monday with a proposition to
deliver a steel bridge at Win
slow for $5,000. The' Board
considered his proposition a
little high, as no other bids were
in, they postponed action.
'chas. E. Burton, who until a
year ago was at Moqui, but
now of the Indian school at
Grand Junction,. Colorado, wns
here last week and made a trip
to Ft. Defiance in quest of stud
ents for his school. Fie returned
hpme en No. 5 Mdnday, taking
with him seven children. Gallup
Republican. ' ''
The body of Jack Shannon,
who died in the insane asylum
Monday, was shipped last night
to the home of his. mother at
Montreal, Canada. Shannon is
the who was brought to the in
sane asylum last Saturday by
Sheriff C. I. Houck, of Navajo
county. It will, be remembered
that Shannon escaped from the
sheriff at the Agua Fria water
tank and wandered about the
desert until daylight, when he re
turned to the tank. Arizcna
Man is the only creature that
knows that he will die. Yet he
is the only creature that lauphs.
He is the only creature that
manifests joy in hisexistence It
is hard to understand. Every
rational man knows that he has
no mortgage on tomorrow. It
is not his. He may never see it;
he may die before dark. Few let
the dark shadow of his uneharg
able fact fall athwart their path.
They laugh and are gay even
when their heads are greyed for
ihe grave. They hasten to a
future of which the wise have as
shadowry knowledge .'is the fool.
This future is forever, and is said
to be infliinced for eternity by
ourconduct here Yetthisisnenr
ly the only fact that man is care
less about. It is nivste' v. Ex
The incorporation of the United
States Shoe Machinery Corpora
tion, with a capital of $.10,01 ().'
000. would indicate a most
healthlull condition ot tin shoe
industry of the country and ab
solute faith in the the future of
that industry. This is the in
dustry calling loudest tor Tariff
revision, and vet thfv is or :h;i.
bly not an industry in the coun
try which can show the same re
lative advance during the past
seven years. The shoe Trust is
well healed, apparently, and
could stand a much greater duly
on hides and a. duty on a greater
number of hides than is at pre
sent imposed. S'ili. we should
all feel satisfied with the law as
it is, and not think of either
higher or lower duties on hides
so long as our shoe industry i
so proncrons and the operatives
so well employed and paid
The wMe-sprcad popularity of STEVENS RIFLES,
I'li.TOLS and SHOTGUNS emphasizes the degree of
perfection embodied in our sterling make. You mil find
arms brawled "STEVENS" Atoll RlVUL RANGES and
whercrer there is Hunting.
i TVS A STEVE N
is equivalent to saying GUARANTEED FOR QUAL
ITY and famous for all essential firearm properties.
Rifles, from $3.00 to $150
Pistols, from 2.50 to 50
Ahntauna. Iron 7.50 to 39
Ask your dealer, and insist
on our goods. If you can
not obtain them , let us know
and will ship direct.exprcss
prepaid, upon receipt of
don't Fail to send for
11 rntftlsuT IHftft
book of ready reference,:
ana appeals to an ioven
interested in the grand
sport of shoot Inc. Mailed
for 4 cents in sumps to pay
HIT THE MARK witnourui'i-ii ruwi
clever novelty win oe maueu pmiu 'iiu
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OHfOOPEg , FALLOi MASS U.S.A.
A. B. SCHUSTER,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Pure Nevada Sulphur for Sheeo-Dio.
Store and Hanch Supplies a SpecialtUi
Mail orders receive prompt attention;
Quotations cheerfully o'iven.
All: Ml i
Agents- tm fcvn'Di-.n.AJsKk Spring Vehicles
' and'" S'cHUTri.EK : Freight Wagons. "
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