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VOL. XI.
HOLBROOH, ARIZONA SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 1906.
No. 14
H. J. Ramer departed for his
Canyon Creek ranch Thursday
Andrew Blevins is confined to
his room with a severe cold. t
Mrs. Medora Gardner was a
visitor here Tuesday.
A. L. Amos was down from
Pinetop yesterday after supplies
E. II. Bargeman was up from
Winslow Wednesday.
Miss Myrtle Greer returned
from Hunt Monday.
Prot. M. A. Crouse closed the
public school here yesterday.
Elmer Richards was up from
St. Joseph yesterday. '
The A. C. M. I. has just receiv
ed a car of McCormisk farming
machinery.
D. E. Hanks has been re elected
city marshall of Winslow, by a
large majority.
Capt. Henry Warren was up
lrom the Headquarter ranch
Thursday.
Dr. II. L. Chilson was up lrom
Winslow Wednesday on profes
sional business.
Mrs. M. McBride of Pinedale
passed through here Tuesday on
her way to Clifton.
Max Schuster has gone to Al
buquerque to spend a few days
with his family.
A. E. Maupin has disposed of
his property here and left today
for Morenci his daughter Cora
accompanied him.
C. E. Whittemore was down
from his ShowLow ranch a few
day this week, he returned home
yesterday.
R.C.Smith and W. H. Clark
were at Winslow Thursday on
important business. Lodge Do
in's. Tom Tanner was down from
Snowflake yesterday and pur
chased a load ol farming machin
ery,. Joe Attwood's many friends
will be pleased to learn that he
has been elected to the city coun
cil in Williams.
Hon. B. A. Fowler has been
re-elected president of the Salt
River Valley Water Users Asso
ciation. , Mrs. Wm Freeman and Miss
Tena Westover visited with Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Richards Wednes
day. John Thysing, the prosperous
' Indian trader from Biddehochee,
is spending a few days here.'
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Newman
have departed for ShowLow
where they will reside this summer.
Bud Howell came in from the
range Thursday evening and left
next morning to again take up
the trail of seven head of saddle
horses.
Mrs. J. F. Woods was very ill
this week, under the care of Dr.
Sampson she is greatly improved
and will be able to be about in a
few days.
A. A. Vande wort and son Ralph
representatives of the firm of
Brown & Adams of Boston, are
here to buy up the spring clip of
wool.
A. M. Boycr has had the lower
part of his house repaired and we
understand will rent the same to
W. H. Daum, the hustling agent
of the Santa Fe. Guess Bill's
goin to run a lodging house. .
A squad of soldiers under com
mand of Corporal Reardon
passed through here Thursday
enroute from Ft. Apache to Ft.
Leavenworth with four prisoners
sentenced to the U. S. Military
prison. i
H. H. Scorse has purchased the
Dempsey homestead, adjoining
his land on the east. He will
have this land cleared and plough
ed, then he intends putting in a
pumping plant and go into the
farming business in style.
We are in receipt of a letter
from Burr Porter. Burr is at his
old home in Auburn, Ky., says he
is having as much fun as the law
of the state will permit; he ex
pects to return to Arizona in the
Fall.
Rhode and Am Willis passed
through here Thursday on their
way to the Aztec Headquarter
ranch to plow and . level a hun
dred acres of land for the Aztec
Company.
James A. Vail, a prominent
citizen of Flagstaff and a pioneer
of this territory, committed sui
cied at Flagstaff Tuesday by
shooting himself in the head.
He leaves a wile and six children
to mourn his loss.
The sand dunes have been do
ing a great deal of shifting this
week; a good shower of rain yes
terday delayed their traffic, but
if the wind continues at the pres
ent rate they will likely be in
shape to deliver the goods to
morrow. Frank Owens is hauling wool
from Diamond Tanks where
Owens Bros, are shearing their
flocks.
Take The Argus.
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