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Born -Sept. 10th, to Mr. and
Mrs. Jos. Karnes, a daughter.
Supervisor Lopez, of Concho,
was in town 'yesterday on busi
ness. v Treasurer Ortega returned this
week from a business trip to
Pat Trainor, of Springerville,
was in town this week, on
Born Sept, 11th, to Mr. and
Mrs. M. Chris tense ii, a twelve
The farmers of this vicinity
are busy these days, threshing
Fred Huning, of Los Lunas, N.
M,, was in town this week trans
A horse-thief is reported to be
in inis vicimrv ana a aeomv
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and Cecelia, visited with friends
at Concho Wednesday.
Miss Smith and Mrs. Williams,
r- both of Salt Lake Cit3r, Utah,
were m town this week.
- Miss Pearl Miller left for
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' will a ttend the Normal school.
k The Meadow Reservoir, which
was destroyed recently, is beimr
repaired. We hope that it will
be fixed so that it will withstand
an)7 flood that may come in the
Norman Freeman went to Hol
brook the fore part of the week
after a typewriter, which had
been shipped from St. Louis, but
when he received it the machine
was broken into a hundred pieces.
A supper and dance was giyefl
last Saturday night by the Y. 1.
M. I, A., of St. Johns; iñ honor.
of the first president of the as-j
sociation. An excellent time was
had by all who attended.
A, P. Greer and Miss Louie
Freeman, who took the teacher's
examination here the 7th ins t.,
both passed and have received
second grade certificates. Their
standing- was 80 40-100 and 82 50
Joseph Acherigi, a prominent
sheepman of this county, left i
the 9th hist, for St. Johns, He !
recently purchased quite a band1
of sheep in Apache county and!
goes there to make preparations
to bring them to this place.
Tt was reported here Wednesday
that G. F. Murray, of Springer
ville, acciclently shot himself
in the calf of the leg. He
was at Tom Phelps' ranch
when the accident happened. Dr.:
Wool ford went up the next day
to attend the wounded man.
Adolf Schuster, of the firm ol
A. & B- Schuster, arrived in town
yesterday and is spending a day
or two in the city looking after
his extensive business intrests.
Mr. Schuster spends most of his
time in Los Angeles and makes
frequent visits to Arizona to see
how the business is progressing.
' Col. A. J. Doran, oi the World's
Fair Commission arrived in tmvii
yesterday and is seeing about
an exhibit for Apache County
at the fair next year. We hope
that he will be successful and
that this county will be well
represented at the fair. He left
for Concho todajr a nd from there
he will return to Holbrook.
Mrs; Ruiz, wife of deputy
sherift Frank Ruiz, and little
baby, left this morning for St.
Johns, Apache county, where he
will spend several months with j
her mother, Mrs. Col. Hunt. Mrs."
Hlilz' health'. BaVbftíii ;qpfé P'ÚM
for some timé uticl lié tiope t
be" improved by tire chance o'í
v. The Old Folks Annual Social
was held here Thursday The
excursion to the Lare Reservoir
w,as abandoned on account of no
teams in town. The other ani
musernénts of the day were Held'
in the Academy and a large num
ber of people were in attendance,
A grand ball was given in the
Assembly Hall in the evening
which -ended the program.
F. S. Perkins, forjner owner of
this paper, arrived in town Mon
day night. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins
and Mrs, Julia Burr-Oraig left
Thursday morning for Mar
tinez, Arizona, where they will
make their home in the future
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins have beeii.
residents of St. Johns for a num
ber of years and will be greatly
missed by their many friends
here, Mr. Perkins is now editor
and proprietor of the News
Herald, of Martinez, Arizona.
Jose Abran Chayez, of El Tule
who has been in jail about a
month awaiting an examination,
on a charge of. insanity, was ex
amined before Probate Jud-
Hogue last Wednesday by Dr. J.
S. Woolfprd and was adjudged
insane. Sheriff Peralta left next
day with the prisoner for Phoenix :
where he will be put in the
Asylum for the Insane. He was
under a delusion that everybodj'
was trying to kill him and was
considered dangjrou i as' he had
tried to kill i man at 10 J Tule.
A meeting of the Amona Wool
Growers' Association was held at
Holbrook Tuesday. The follow-,
ing officers of the eastern di
vision were elected: J. 'f1
Lesueur, President, W, N. Amos
urer and Jame Scott, Secretary.
The Board of Directors consis$s
of X. T, Liqueur,' W. M. a.ttiqs,
J: R. Hulet, James Scott and