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TKe Hollbrook Argus
f AS
No. 2
Itema of Interest Picked Up By ARQUS
Reporter In Holbrook and Vicinity.
Tawney will be a great name
for Arizona boys horn, in 1906.
Mrs. J. W. Richards is visiting
at St. Josephjthis week.
Miss Tena Westover passed
through here Monday on her way
to St. Joseph from Snowflake.
Chas. Cahn has purchased the
Henning house and expects to
move in soon.
Post Master Diyelbess has been
notified that the Heber Post Of
fice has been discontinued.
Robt. Scott was a business vis
itor in the county seat Wednes
day. . ' .
A.J. Bohn, a prosperous Indian
trader frpm Cibicu, is here on
business this week.
Q. M. Agent Larson has ship
ped 150,000 pounds of grain t6
Ft. Apache this week.
' ) : ;
E. D. Ewers, representing R.G.
Dun & Co's Mercantile Agency
was inerviewing our business
men today.
Judge Smith made a trip to
Winslow monday'on official bus
iness, while there he committed
an insane Mexican woman to
the asylum.
The cold spell has broken and
the snow and ice is rapidly melt
ing. Reports are circulated that
the freighters are having a hard
time to get thromgh the mud in
Black Canyon. j
Harris Greer came down .from .
his ranch after supplies Monday
Mr. Greer has made several trips
here this winter and this is the
first; time that he hasn't brought ',
storm. ( ' j
Wm. Amos, arrived here from '.
Mesa Wednesday and departed ,
for ShowLow next day. We'j
understand Mr. Amns has sold
one of his ranches to Neils Han
Post Office Inspector J.C.'PheU
and W. IT. Clark left here vester
day on a tour of the towns in
the southern end of the county,
they will also take in the towns
in pache county.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Schuster
arrived here Saturday on the
Lirnited from Los Angeles Mr.
Schuster is here to look after his
business interests, Mrs. Schuster
accompanied him out to, visit old
Mr- and Mrs. Kenneth M.
Jackson camq down from Show
Low Sunday and departed for
Mendon, Kansas, whither they
had been called by the sudden
death of Mrs. Chas. E. Whitte
more, Mrs.Jackson's mother.
A number of 3'bung folks went
ut to F. A. Zuck's last ' evening
and took Mr. and Mrs. Zuck by
surprise. They returned home
at 2 o'clock this morning. All
report having had a very enjoy
able time.
Gregory Page, a prominentcit
izen of Gallup, N. M., and the re
puted boss of the republican par
ty of McKinley county ischarged
with causing the death of Walter
H. Jones a few days ago. At last
report . Page was still at Gallup
but had not been placed under
The Weekly Herald, one of the
newsiest papers in the territory,
published at Prescott, has sus
pended publication o.t account
of the Union Printers demand
of nine hours pay for eight hours
work. . The management of the
Herald didn't take favorably to
the eight hour demand and was
not inclined to .fight the union,
consequently it suspended publi
ded publication.
Neils Hansen returned from a
trip to the Salt River Valley Sat
urday, he says the outlook for
that section is very favorable, he
also met several old time citizens
of this county, Dan Mahoney,
Ernest Crismon, J. T. Leseuer
and Leroy Gibbons, all are in
business in Mesa and prospering.
H. A. Hatch is down from
Woodruff, speaking of rebuilding
the dam at that place Mr. Hatch
said they had just received the
plans and specifications from En
gineer Smith who visited the site
some two nionths since; the board
of directors have not thoroughly
considered the plans but Mr.
Hatch is of the opinion that it is
too expensive
In explanation of that worried
look Judge Smith has been wear
ing for the past few days he says
a bouncing baby boy arrived at
his home Thursday morning and
he has been trying to decide as
whether he will have the . young
man study medicine or law. At
last account Mrs. Smith and the
babe .were dcing nicely. .. ..
Joe Knight and Ike Perkins came
in from the range today. 1 :
C. HESS, JR., Successor
....DEALER IN,...
. 1 , Fresh Fruit in Season.
Careful and Prompt Attention Given
' Mail Orders.
i' '
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Wholesale Distributors For New Mexico and Arizona.
Write for wholesale prices on PLOWS and other Farm Implements.
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