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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Julius Wetzfer spent ' Wednes day in Albuquerque.- " Sheriff Houek was here on bus iness Thursday. ' , . 'C. Hess made a business trip to Winslow yesterday. . . Geo. Hennesy came down from damana yesterday to attend the dance. ' " i There will be dance at Adam ana Monday night. Every body is invited to attend. ! The Mexican people have had two very nice dances during the week. Adolf Schuster returned here Sunday evening from a trip in the southern end of the county. W. YV. Perkins, the prosperous Wiiislow sheepman, was a busi ness visitor in the County-scat Tuesday. Chas Bryant returned from Flagstaff Tuesday and departed for his home at Taylor Wednes day. Ed and Bud Howell accom panied by their neice Miss Smith', came down from Navajo yesterday to attend the dance. R. D. Greer is unloading a car of lumber to da)'. He is build ing a slaughter house about 7 miles east of here. Mr. A. Garvin and children ar rived here from San Pedro, Calif. Tiie' epect to locate in Wins low. Ralph Vandewort and Walter Marston two of the' prominent wool buyers who worked this territory this season have re turned to Boston. Paul J. Marks, an eye special ist from Los Angeles, is working at Concho and St. Johns this week. He will visit Snowflake and St. Joseph the coming week. Henry Kempenich departed Sunday evening for the east to lie gone- for a few weeks. We are informed he will join the benedicts before returning." Word has been received here of a cyclone, at Heber one day last week, which unroofed Hoyle's ware house, and also tore the bay window off the store build ing. J. R. Edgheill, representing the American Wool Growers Assn. of Boston, went to Williams Sunday to load 115,000 lbs. of wool which he has just purchas- of E. B. Perrin. H. H. Scorse of this place consigned his clip of 10,000 to Mr. Edgheill's firm. The dance given, in Wetzler's hall, last night for the benefit of San Francisco sufferers, was at tended by a large, jolly crowd, needless to say every body had a good time. The Ladies Aid So ciety served refreshments at the hall, and were successful in dis posing of every .thing they had prepared, .- C!f A. v : The many friends of W. R. Campbell will regret to learn of his death.' Mr. Campbell was one of the prominent citizens of the county, at one time was sheriff of Apache county. Death was caused by cancer of the stomach. Dr. Hathaway has gone to San Bernardino to ac company the remains to Wins Jow where thej' will be interred. H. J. Ramer came in from Heber Monday evening and went out to the X ranch to note the condition of the rauge in that section. He returned Wed nesday and reports the range in fine condition and that his men have developed a large body of water. He departed Thursday evening for- Watrous to get a car load of fine hereford bulls. JAIL BREAK Ye Editor was called on to at tend to the prisoners last Sun day. Everything went well at the morning meal, and suppose we looked easy to the boys, when the supper hour came we had two of the innocent looking hum bries out getting in fuel and wa ter for the night; but they had concluded to look for greener fields, once outside the court house they took to the hills, run ning in oppsite directions. We got a coiiple of pot shots at one of the lads which only made him run faster. A boy ran to town and gave the alarm and a posse was on their trail in a very few moments and within half .an hour both were again in the jail. Physicians assert that night air is free from disease bugs and beneficial to those who breathe it. Another tenable excuse for staying out late at night, gentle men. ' . and TRAOC-MARKS promptly obtained In all countries, or no t tie. We obtain PATENTS THAT PAY. advertise them thoroughly, at our expense, and help you to suooeaa. Bend model, photo or wetch for FREE report on patentability, xo years' practice. BUR- I PASSING REFERENCES. For free Guide Book on Profitable Patents write to B03-SOS Seventh Street, wnanirmTun, p. c THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Cures all Coughs and assists in expelling colds from the System by gently moving toe bowels.. A certain cure' for croup and whooping-cough (Trade Hark Registered.) The Red Clover Blos som and the Honey Bee is on every bottle. KENNEDY'S laxative HONEYiETAR , PREPARED AT THE LABORATORY OP E. O. DeWITT & CO., OHICAQO, U. 8. A. Commenced Business July 21st, 1900. v NAVAJO COUNTY BANK . DEPOSITS: ' Dec. 3d, 1903 $93,628.33 Dec. 23d, 1904 1 $101,334.54 . December 23d; 1905 $147,199.09 5 Paid on Time Deposits , "The Proof of Good Service is Constant Growth" Resources Jan'y 1st, 1906, $200,000.00 HGLBROOK DRUG STORE - C. HESS, JR., Successor to F.J. WATTRON, ....DEALER IN.... DRUGS, MEDICINES, PROPRIETARY ARTI-. CLES, WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. 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