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4ú Z i- 1.1. . . . J J. -. ni 5tueviuiuiL Lanch. . ' - basli 3x.aLiic1a Was in tlie city yes- , tera. . Me says he will quit .wóaS forcma" of the Long Habout the first of the year. . Geo. is a jolly good fellóV and has .many friends hereabouts who will be sorr.y to learn that he contemplates leaving:. ' ", .Curt Cronetneyer one of the .t filial merchants of atlantown . , of tl?.is county, is in the city to tt$&ister a kick against paying a ,. higher tax than some richer ...people pa3. Mr. Gronemeyer is ft an old schoolmate of our fellow Vwj .townsman, B. Schuster. They . haye not seen each, other for a . quartér of a century,- although . . tiiey -have been- Hying in the sairae count7 for years. "We are informed that TL ill-night is slated to assume-the .Iretffeflté and suc- ffsíbí XfcC; W:oylrt. His large ciajf i3;im jao'me again. T?h? Eelief Society will give a grand ball in the Artnor hall on Friday evening next. Rey freshments will be served. town attending to matters in connection with the v settlement of the C. I. Kempe Estate. " 'il, r 'y W j3 position of range foreman for A ,l iknowñ' by áll the powmenand is ' a; goód man' for the position. We- t)ngratiflate the company ortJieir 'good judgement in ad vancing Mr; : Knight and we congratulate Mr.. Knight on his '-prefefmentr The. 3Toung ladies who stood ltlty& thi U teacherVs exami nation j the ' WVrA ::í . early :.,partofíthe month passed " witji- the followingicredits: . .Margaret E)Vaus, of Navajo 93.23 per cent,-Maud Noble of i.t.Aipine.. 90,3 ""'per cent. Pearl .Noble of Alpine S7 per cent. W. H'. Mann the well known and genial lightening slinger is ateain1 stationed at Navajo Springs, His 'predecessor. Mr. PJiiHs has góné to Chicago, Dr. H. 'Revj Johnson, who was formerly located here, has written from El Paso.- that lie v will pay Apache Co. a yisit some . time in the near future. He says vthat for healthfulness of climate, old Apache beats the world. Dr, J. S. Woolford.our geni al physician has gone to Hol- brook to meet his daughter who is nn hftr wn.v home from the Normal at Flagstaff, to spend V .-.1. V 1 1 ,JF "V. !",''Vt REPORT OP THE CONDITION OP THE APACHE COUNTY BANK. At Conchó in th TJorritory Arizona at the clofee of business Nov. 29, .W of 451.69 Resources. ' , Loans and Discounts, less due from Directors .... $15,260.90 Due from Directors,. . . . 4,S38.45 Overdrafts,. '451.62 Due from Trust Compnn- N íes, otate ana JNaupnai ... Banks vv: Bunking House, Fmrni- J ture and Fixture,; ........ 700.6? Current Exposes and' Specie, ....... Legal Tender and . ifa- tional Bank Nots, 640.00 Exchange for Clearings, 25.00 Totnl .' '27,611,19 Liabilities Capital Stock paid ir& .$15,200.00 Undivided Profits, ...... 194.69 Individual Deposits gúb- jeot to Check,. . . . ..; -5:216.60 Time Certi'Acates of. . ; . : . Deposit,.....,... .7. 7,000.00 The many old customers &nd fmnds of LOUI YUK KEE will be glad to learn that he has leased the Lopez Hotel at Concho, and that he will conduct an uprto-date and neat place meais may m nao ai reasonaoie prices, LOU YUK KEE wil! be remembered as the affable gentle man who conducted the English Kitchen in Holbrook for severa years. He will now be glad to see you at Concho. Bishop C. P. Anderson has -gone to Hólbrook to bring: up a new piano for his daughters. The friends of Statehood bill in the Senate, have a hope, that they may be able to bring- the; measure to a vote before-the holidays. Missionary, Albert Berrr i in town again from a trip around the ?take. He will probably spend the holidays here. J. W. Lee one of Nutrí oso's proniinent farmers is in 'the city ..on busincí-. nn he returns -he will be accompanied by his children who will, go to spend the h?3.i4ays with the old f ok "from school work. ' Mr- Lee says that the snow ranges from 10 inches to two feet and a half deep in the mountains- The academ school boys and girls are going home to spend Christmas. THE CONCHO CARPENTER WORKS. Total.. i. $27,611:19 Territory of izona. Connty of Apache, ss. s I, Ambrosio Candejnria, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Ambrosio Candelaria, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of December. 1902. Bernard Schuster, Notary Public'. My Commission Expires June 26, 1906. Correct Attest. . ; Rosalio Candelaria Director. lag'er. O, i Alx varieties of Buiirima' CONTRACTS QUICKLY Ai?D KCOr.V NOMICAXY.KSBCüto. ' ' Otir Cabinet WorM " is tip to tfae iStax&dardi. SHOP, ON MARKET Street. T. C.Job v e;s. glark Attorneys & Counselors at Law , : Prescot J i 'Arteona Bishpp E. W. Wiltbank is down from Greer. He brought -a load of lumber for A, & B. Schuster. He reports 1 2 inches of wet heavy snow at his place. J. H. Plumb is back from the j Gila. He is accomyained by two of his daughters who have been living there with relatives. : We aré indebted to Captain: Hogue for a nice juicy bit of ''matter'' whjch he said we could use as a "filler." "We are sorry, hovever. to state that on inves tigation we find that while "sticking" our last "take" that it "ran" over what we expected, and hence our form is full. And owing to the fact that mnch of the matter in our form is "live" to run several months, we must delay the insertion of the 'matter" till after our sec ond issue in April.- After which time our "form will be emptier. P. W. Molter our 'new forest ranger is in the city. He is on his way to the mountains. Mr. Molter has just recently been transferred from Beaver Creek in the San Fiancisco Mountain Forest Reserve. He will take the place of C E- Baker who has been transferred to, Tucson. Mr, Molter was born in Ger many, but says that we are to put him down as an Arizonan. We hope he will like his new location. MURDER SUSPECTED. '" News has just reached here of f the burning of Samson's Indian Trading store nt Ciénega in this County. The charred remains of the clerk, Charley Kyle, werd found in the ruins. It is believed here that some dissatisfied Indian is responsible fox the deed. Tke scene of the crime is near the new Indian School which is being con-, structed by the Rev. Mother Cath erine Drexel. All available means ' ai;e being used avenge the deed,. it Christmas with her parents, Ambrosio Candelario t, v - . ? \n\n b ítp1 -reglad to wel- C. C. Naegle of Concho was in Juan Candelaria