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Published. every Saturday at St. Jo! ra, Arizona.
The Official Paper ot Apache County.
weigh ;i ton, and the hair
will be 3DJ feet long.
LLOYD C. HBNNING, Editor and Proprietor.
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'"One month... 20
Three months 35
Six months .60
One year $1.00
ar All subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE.
The paper will be stopped at the expiration of the time
Two s m all child re n wei e
moved from ,a white school
' Entered in the postofficc at St. Johns, Arizona, as
second-class mail matter. May 14, 1903, under Act
of Congress of JWarch 3, 1 879.
- 'Advertising rates furnished on application.
Virginia on the ground that
1he3r had negro blood in their
veins. An investigation showed
that their great-great-grandmother
was one fourth Indian.
They were still declared to be
a menace to the success of the
school and requested to reina in
The Department" of Agricul
ture has over a thousand tons
garden seed to
territory of the
-Woodruff. We think that it Union, fcvery member ot Lon-
Vouldbe a'great advantage to gross is allowed 12,5:):) packages
In regard to the bridge that of field and
the county contemplates building be distributed
across the Little Colorado at every state and
"St. Johns, (oncho and other
towns in that vicinity if it were
built about four miles above Hol
brook thereb3F leaving out all the
bad road on the south side of the
river, which would need about
$2000 worth.. of work before they
could haul freight over it. It
would also be a great advantage
of garden seed and 5)J of flower
seed. It is hoped that none of
the cotton seed will be sent to
A correspondent writes to the!
London' Country Life: "Miny j
years ago one man bet another)
that he could not move an ordi
nary brick tied t j the end of a
to tourists visiting the Petrified ; conl tw0 or tbree miles Km l
Forest. Holbrook Argus.
forget which. A straight and
We suggest that a bridge be level roa(1 :ust out side of Chi-
built some where in that vicinity ciiester was seleote.l for the trial; Lonvo station daily'.'.
and that it be built
in the near
General Corbin is making
arrangements to mobolize 50,000
troops near New York city for
tjie army manoeuvérs next 3rear.
"This will be the largest force
brought together since the Civil
War. The campaign will be
similar , to that of the annual
manoeuvers in France and Germany.
the brick was n t move. I an. I the
man lost his bet for a large sum.
It was stated by some one present
that the brick, although weigh
ing only about seven pounds, '
would, from a distance of two or
three miles, represent a dend
weight of nearly a ton.''
erpool, consists ilt immersing
the wood in heated silgar solu
tion for some hours, the time
varying with the woo:l, and
then drying in an oven. No
previous seasoning is necessary.
The spongy fiber is couvered
into a compact ligneous sub
stance and it acquire i greatly
increased durability and strength
with resistance to charges of
temperature and moisture, aiid
even to fire. A special advan
tage is that the soiter tand
cheaper and even defective wood
can be made to serve many pur
poses in pi act of expensive hard
woods. The sugar does not
dissolve out, and it does not
promote fermentation and the
growth of destructive organisms,
but it produces some remarkable
chemical or physical transfor
mation in a manner not yet
HOLBROOK. CONCHO & ST. JOHNS
David K. Udall, Proprietor. .
leave IIo'Lrcck daily f :l'Ua. m.'
Leave Woodruff daily ' 11:00 a. m..
Leave Station daily 6:30 p. m.
Leave Concho daily 4.. 9:00 p. m.
Arrive St. Johns daily..., 12:40 a. m.
Leave St. Johns daily......'. 5:00 a.m.
Leave Conelio daily 8:00 a. in."
.10:30 ti. m .
, 5:00 p.?m!
. 7:(f0fp. m.
Leave Woodruff daily
Arrive Holbrook daily
An immense watch is to be
manufactured for the St. Louis
World's, Fair. It will be seventy
five feet in diameter and forty
feet high, with neat little stair
cases running all about, and
wajks . i nto , .which peo g le m ay
In one year there has been
$2,000,000 worth of opium im
ported into England. Most of
it is used by women.
The school teachers union will
make strikes popular with the!
rising a generation j
. PASSENGER FARES.
Holbrook to Woodruff $0)75
" " Statton.,..., J..;.'. 2M'
" Concho.."........;.,....,, 4.50
" St. Johns fi.Oü
St. Johns to Concho ,.y r.5Q
" Station . '2.50
" " Woodruff 5.Ü5
j " Holbrook 6.C0
; Stop-over Rriviludges allowed at any point
along the line. Fifty pounds of baggage car
ried free for each full fare passenger.
! Express carried to all points along the lina.
, For rates inquire of our agents.
J No special passenger or express rates.
J. R. II U LET, Holbrook, Arizona. it
BERNARD SCHUSTER, Concho, Arizona.
A. R. ROHI'STBR. St.. anhns. Arizona.
W A N TTED- a T R ÜST WORT i I Y gÑ1h7e7ÍTn
orlauymcaeh county to manage busnivss for
an od established house oí olid financial
btau(tu!g A htiaight bona fide weekly salary
of tlb uu paid by check each Alondav yjth all
expenses direct iroin headquarters. Money ad-
demised by W. Powell, of Uv.Sr
pores with sugar
The process, as