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V I I' f f r- 4 ; . Í BMlPS & tfT. JOHNS HlOftAlt? ,7V Liu".' LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS "I know not what the truth may be, I tell to you as 'was told to me." A. C M. I. was held here Mori clay. Jesse N. Smith, Joseph W. Smith. Niniaii Miller, Joseph : W. Freeman, ;ill of Snowflake. I and John R. i-Julet. of Holbrook, I were herevattending the meeting:. A few weeks ago the tax col lector published a notice in this A. & B. Schuster arc building: !paper whjch sUltcfi that the a lumber shed. Charles Savage, and Byron Ellsworth, of Pinetop, were in town todar on business. Miss Alice Berry, of St. Johns, Arizona, arrived in Nogales last hight. She will teach the school at Palo Parado. Nogales, Ariz., Times, Oct. 26th. John O. Hall, of Eagar, was in town today and made a final proof on his land. II. P. Hob son and Frank Wiltbank were here as witnesses. A concert will be given next Friday evening in Assembly Hall by the M. I. A. The proceeds of j the same will go to help C. C Anderson, who is blind. John Nelson, of Heber, has been appointed county sheep in spector for the period of two months, at a salary of $100 per month. Winslow Mail. Julius Wetzler, of Holbrook, passed through here Monday morning on his way to New Mex ico where he goes to receive sheep he purchased recently. The feast which was held at Concho last Saturda)r was a grand success in every way. The ball game was called off because there were not enough players. T. W. Jones, of Salt Lakes, N. M., passed through here to day on his way to Holbrook where he will deliver 140 head of steers to Sheriff Johnson, of Coconino county. taxes would become delinquent on the third Monday inDecein ber, when it should have seated that they would become delin quent on the second Monday in December which is the 14th day. Taxpayers are hereby warned I that they had better pay their taxes before December 14, or five per cent will be added after the above date. lev, 94.15. l P íi i h 1 H inn t bse i i t Of. 1 Un '-ti t ing month. Lettie Anderson, Leo Shrevf ,,i Donald Davis, Qeorge Brpwn, Eu gene Sherwood, Cora Sherwood, . Ray Les.uuir, 10a rl Patterson, Cynthia Brown, Wm Tenney, Levi Udall, Rebecca Nelsrpn, w Lillian Sorrenson, May Whitingy Orpha Gibbons, Jessie Wiltbtinlr, and James Overson. -'ra HOLBROOK HINTS. ' I Interesting and News Items Clipped ,from; the-" Argus." Stake Academy Items. Pedro Montano an old resident here came in on No.l Monday morning He shipped five cat loads of sheep from here to Los' Animas Colo., which he will feed r r for the spring market'. Many of the older students are, 1 still comirff in and prospects rc' "I" reply to a letter written by bright for a successful year. nist- Allv- Moran to Delegate The scholars are interested and L' v 4Iuress. J. 1 A'ilson, in are doing good work. regard to the jurisdiction of Indians on trial, he received The ninth and .tenth grade's llu. flowing letter: basket ball has arrived and' the girls are practicing. The Stake board has ordered about $133. 0D worth of apparatus for the physics class, and is it .'x: pected to arrive in a week or ten day. x . The students Society held its first session two weeks ago. An Phoenix, Ariz. Oct.' 20th, 19f3v; Mr T. p. Moran, Holbrooke A r zona . Dear Sir: Ytirs of the 10th received while on the Hearst train, and I now answer it, thanking you for the great register. In reference to the act of March .3d, 1895 giving the Territorial courts iur- interesting program was ren- isdiciion in the trial of Indians, I dered by the students and others. Meetings will be held on alter nate Friday evenings. The pub lic is irvited. The project of the party given Friday even ing will be used to purchase flags for the school. The following is the report of the school for the month ending October 23rd: Total number enrolled, 146. Percentage of attendance by schools: Miss Kempe, 96; Mrs. The regular quarterly meeting Peterson, 96; W. U Rbncher, 96. of the Board of Directors of' the 9; J. W. Brown, 92; P. A. Hinek- " ' vi iniiiiimiinimwii ii.imi iimiii.iiiin I Levi Strauss I Copper-riveted I 1 Overalls! the most dependable R garments in the world! -'or working men if!