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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Geo. Sponsellor is here totjjs pose of his wool. Elijah Thomas Jr. is a business visitor in the county seat toda . i Frank Campbell was down trnm Mnwn; a4 we us v. W. H. Clark and Judge Smith 'visited at St. Joseph Thursday. J. E. Richards was a business visitor iiere Wednesday. Miss Lcttie Richards spent the If lii're visitinir relatives. ' Mrs. W. B. Woods has been very sick but is now on the im ')!( )ve. Fred Saunders has gone out to the rrmjjt to spend a few days with his brother. Chas. Davis the St. Johns blacksmith, is sojourning here today. Mr. and Mrs Houck departed , lor tne soutnern tnu 01 tne ! county Mondav. i, Rhodam Willis and a force of nun haw been plowing ground, for II. II. Scorsc this week. Mrs. Maggie Manna is spend ing the week with V. B. Woods' family. A. M. Rover has put a new floor in the A. C. M. I. store this week. S. F. Smith arid familv niv visiting relatives and friends at Snowflakc this week. C. F. find Win. Match came in from Tavh'r today with Wm. Walh.s wool. Z. B. Decker, a prominent citizen of Taylor, arrived here last evening. Geo. Hubbard and J. C. Paul sell are over from Pleasant Val ley with a herd of 400 cows for Julius Wetzler. Miss Annie Gardner who has spent the last year at Thatcher, arrived here Wednesday morn-igr- Wm. Scorse has purchased a team and wagon and will short ly leave for the southern part of the territory. J. F Woods has had the lot, adjoining his place on the west, plowed and intends setting out arl orchard. t )eo. L. Kine, an old tinier on the Santa Fe, is holding the agent's chair during Mr. Daum's absence. For Sale Two horses broke to ride or work; also one young pack mule. Inquire at Schusters store. Prof. M. A. Crouse came in from Ft. Defiance yesterday and will spend a couple of weeks here renewing acquaintenceship. Jmes Donahue the genial Puerco cattleman is spending a couple of days in the county seat. . ' - - Chas. E. Whittemore arrived here Wednesday, and is looking for a wool buyer who wants to purchase a fine clip of wool. i Arthur Saunders came in from Snowflake yesterday. .. Art is kept quite busy these,. flays run ning out lines and leasing lands for the Aztec. ! Frank Campbell arrived here last evening on his way to the Grand Canyon to take charge df a grading outfit for B. B. Cros by.. Mrs. Seledon Montana has been suffering a great deal of pain from injuries received by falling off a box. Under the care of Dr. Brown she is rapidly improving. Wm. Daum the accomodating Santa Fe agent has taken a lay off and departed for his home at Meridan, Kansas, Me expects' to be absent about two months. John Me La us Jr. .was here Thursday and informed . ul Styies's outfit bad commenced working the cattle on the river.! They were at the St. Joe dam yesterdav. Ed Whiting and Miss Ethel Farr, two popular young folks from St. Johns departed, last evening for Salt Lake City where Ihey will be united in marriage. A. A Vandewort came out from Albuquerque Thursday to negotiate for Kenneth M. Jack son's wool, failing , to make a deal be returned to the city that evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mess and Mr. and Mrs. J. F- Woods went to Six-Mile Monday on a fishing trip; owing to the inclement weather they made a . small catch, but thetore going to try luck again 'in Vhe near future. There was a bad railroad wreck 10 miles west; of La Junta on May 30. Fiv'c ears were wreck ed. The engine turntd "over'and the engineer was so badly scald ed that one of his legs had to be cut off. No one else was hurt. Geo Hennesy, Bud and Ed Howell are here to receive a herd of 400 cattle from Geo." Hub bard, of Pleasant Valley; Julius Wetzler has purchased the cattle and' Ed Howell is taking them on shares. II. H. Scorsc came in from his sheep camps this week, speaking of the lamb crop he reports over 100 percent in his herds; Thomas Ortego reports his herds will have over 105 per cent; while Chas. E. Whittemore counts between 112 and 115 per cent. Mr. Scqrse has been in the sheep business here for a great number of 'years and never saw the range in as fine condition as now; He says Jjooking at the range as it was five years ago and again today a person can not beleive'the change possible. ComnienccJ Business July 2lt, I9UC. NAVAJO COUNTY BANK DEPOSITS: Dec, 8d, 190 J ' ' " . V $93,628.43 : , " ' " ' Dcc.'CiJ, I904 'u " $101,334.54 v. - December 23d, lyOS $147,199.09 5 Paid on Time Deposits "The Proof of Good Service is Constant Growth" Resources Jan V 1st, 190 ?200,000.;00 HOLBROOK DRUG STORE .. C. HESS, JR., Successor tO F.J. Wrt'f ; RON, . . . . I) KA LK l I.N.... DRUGS, MEDICINES, PROPRIETARY ARTI CLES, WINES LIQUORS .nid CIGARS. NICE ASSORTMENT t RE.-H CANDIES Fresh F uit in, Seas. n. . 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