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.ttorney H. D. Ross, T, G. out the small local items.
Morris and J E- Jones were ap-i girted to examine Reamer Ungrj J he Democrats grave a dance wlio made application to bé ad i yesterday night and will give one mitted to the bar The commit- Monday night in the Armory Hall, tee made a favorable report and bis name was ordered placed upon B A. Fowler and R. E. Morri the roll of attorneys j son will be here Monday evening court notes. Í to speak and there will be a big Ihecaseof J. D. Boone was' D,Ai:.n .nih, A surveying outfit of the bouth- referred to the next grand Indictments were found bv the grand jury against H P. Trainor, ern Pacific were here the first of G F. Murray, George Mangum the week. Solomon Barth took and Clo-Kla, Navajo Indian. four of them to Navajo and the I'he following persons helcl to rest went on to Gallup across await the action of the grand country, jury were not indicted by the Same: ! St. -lolins was very much alive Guadalupe Garcia, -Jesus Torrez, this week. Nerrly everybody in Juan Mestas, Bi-lu-cho, Navajo the county was here on business. Indian, M'ch Maxwell. lt wouM be impossible for us to The grand jury was in session prim the names of those " who not try a discharged two days The trial jury did single case, and were Tuesday evening. Court lasted only three days, which was a shorter term than expected- Every person drawn grand jury answered to call Monday morning. Six persons, who were were here during the week. The Republican Executive Com mitte consists of the "following persons: Reamer Ling, Chairman, I. R. Armijo, Secretary, Leandro Ortega, Treasurer, Ben Schuster, for the A If red Ruiz, N. P. Johnson and the roll Isaac Isaacson. 4 i ! The Democrats had a big rally drawn at fbe Stake Ar.arlemv TuecrlaV Since last spring engineers At a meeting of the St. Johns Irrigation Co., Wm. Harris was elected water overseer for the rntniticr Vpar. .J . T-T. Hpan xrnsi elected on the board of directors in place of 'Jonrad Overson, re signed. M. H. Pederson is now president, August Mineer, vice president, O. 0. Overson, secreta ry and treasurer, J W. Brown, assistant secretary. COFFEE There are heights as well as depths in coffee : goodness as well ab badness. i Vuur groqer returns your money If you doa't lika Schilling s ticsu fdr the trial jury, were unable to night. Isaac Bartll A D. Ross, i 1. G. Norris and J. E- Jones spoke The following members of the up0n the political issues of the bar were in attendance at this d Mark Smith was expected -term oi court: , . , ' H G Ross and T. G Norris, of ,to be here but could not co on Prescott, ) E. Jones, of Flagstaff, account of washouts on the Santa W. M. Rudd, of Springerville, Fe. Springerville Sittings. Paschal Slaughter and Miss ! Grace Merrill were married last j week at the home of Mrs. Owens. I Mrs- Saffell returned last week from a trip to Dodge City, Kan. where she had been to place hef i son Clem in school. i I School opened'on the 26th with' ! an ordinary attendance. - Alfred Ruiz, George H. Crosby, Jr, Reamer Ling, Isaac Barth, of St Johns. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS "1 know not what the truth may be, I tell to you as 'twas told to me." The following persons were there Yesterday as delegates from outside precincts to attend the i Democratic convention: Jacob j Hamblin, Greer; E R. Dewitt, lEagar; J. W. Sherwood, El Tule; EHsha Avefette, C. H Sharp, Springerville; G. O- Hamblin, Alpine, Lacy Greer. Concho. 15,000,001). Final Report of Grand Jury. Final report of grand jury for : term, Oct. 3, 1904. j The grand jury respectfully ; makes the following report of j its proceedings had before the y We were visited by. a nice litte xflin today. i he Jáoarü or supervisors were in regular session this week. We hope that our readers ill COFFEE The roaster picks out of the ma- cet the coffees to roast ; that's why. W Knowledge Book, A SchiUlnj ft Company, ban ! rauuisco. i mJroz9 jrzz&jnt, tvJjlc m Imuimss