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Published every Saturday at Holbrook. Navajo County Arizona, by C O. ANDERSON. Editor and Proprietor. . j lUrM at CDfl poKonm ai noun kjk, a i i second-class mail matter. ir? SUBSCRIPTION BATES One year Six months Three mouths.. ..12 SO .. 1 50 .. 1 00 Advertising rates made known on applica tion at tins oiace. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8. 4 .4 Ike Royal is the highest grade baking powder anew a. Actaal testa ahow it geesoee tfclre farther than aay other breed. POYDER Absolutely Pure SOVU SAKINS KUDU CO., tw VOSK. First National Bank, ALBUQUERQUE, X. M. U.S. DEPOSITORY. o o Depository for the Atlantic & Pacific and the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Cos. Authorized Capital 1500.000 O0 Paid-up Capital. Surplus and Profits I17S.OOO OO OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: JOSHUA RAYNOLDS President M. W, Fl.OURNOY Yice-President A. A. KEEN Cashier FRANK MoKEE Assistant Cashier A. A. GRANT. CHURCH SERVICES. On the second Wednesday evening- of each month and on the last Sunday of each month there will be services at School House morning- at 11 :C0 and evening- at 7 .45.Suijday school at 2 ;S0-eacli Snndoy. Rtv. P. A. SlMPKlMe, Pastor. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Fen Oklcgatk to Congress. COL. A. 0. BR0DIE. Tor Councilman- JESSE N. SMITH. For Assembly man TV. H. COOLEY.v Tor Sheriff- F.J. WATTRON. For District Attorney- F. W.NELSON. For Treasurer- JAMES SCOTT. For Record r- JOSKPH FISH. For Probata Judge. ALLEN HILL. Tar Surveyor- J. E. PORTER. For Supervlsors- J. X. WOODS. C, H. BALLARD. . LOCAL AND PERSONAL The Doings of The Week, in Holbrook aud Surrounding oJr i , Couptry-v fVjt 3. H, Frisby is back from a trip up tLe country. Mr. and Mrs. McNiel and son were down horn t Low Lew Saturday. T2d Bargeman was a visitor at the county seat lately. Buke Maupin came in from the ranch Wednesday. Joe Woods has returned from a trip up the country. Mrs. A. E. Henuing returned to Navajo Springs Thursday. Supervisor Decker was ia town Monday and 1 uetday. f H. J. Ramer is back from Albuqer que. He looks sleek aud primp as if just out of a band box. J. H. Bus-Lilian and wife went to Salt Lal.e City on Sun Jay to attend semi anuual conference. Miss Fox of Albuquerque is here visiting with her sister, Mrs. A. B. McGaffey. Julius Wetzler has returned from a trip to the southern part of the county. Mr. Paradles spent Wednesday in town shaking bauds wit h his friends. He was on his way to Tucson. y The Supreme Court has reversed the cate of Eleury Hu niug vs J. Toittr and Scott Bros. John Reidbead of Linden was at the county seat this week on business. Supervisor J. X. Woods was up Winslow attending the meeting of Board. Assistant General Passenger Agent Gregory passed through this week. A company of the 15th Infantry arrived from Fort Apache Thursday j bound for Huntsville, Ala. Quite a crnsisrnmnt of wool is being shipped from Holbrook this wetk. County Treasurer James Scott went, to ShowLow the fore part of the week. Geo. Bryan returned from Albu querque where he had been taking in the fair. The Board of Supervisors waif in session this week, we will begin to publish the proceedings next week. Geo. L. Grosvener .of Phenix is back again on matters connected with the court house. ' School will open at St. Joseph on the 10th, with H. B. Gardner prin cipal, and Homer Bushman assistant. Mr. Megley, superintendent of the Indian school at Reams Canon, came in to meet his wife who arri ved from Nevada. Q.R.Gardner, P. J. Christoffer- son. Jos LiiJywhite and J. i. .Lee of Woodruff were at the county seat this week. Word has reached us that Mrs. Eager of Spring.rville is dead. We have been unable to obtain purticu lars. The Misses Eudith Christopherson Elsie Owens and Mr. Horace Gard ner were down from Woodruff Sat urday. Mr. Brown of the firm of Brown & Woelfel, Hutchinson, Kansas shipped several carloads of mutton on Monday. Mrs. Lee from Luna Valley, Miss Pearl Udell and Mr. Rencher of Spriugerville went to Salt Lake City Utah last Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Young and children ar- : CAPITAL, $100,000.00. : : : I . ' Bank of Commerce in Albuquerque, N. M DEALS IN FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND ISSUES LETTERS OF CREDIT,. Solicits Accounts and offers to Depositors Ecery Facility Consistent with Profitable Banking. :x: DIRECTORS: M.S.OTERO. President J. C. BALBRIDGE. Lumber, W. LEONARD. Capitalist.. B. SCHUSTER, Yice-President. A.EISEMANK, Elsemann Bros Wool. W. S. STRICKLER. Cashier, A. M. BLACK WELL, Gross. Bluoltwell A Co., Grocers.. H. J. EMERSON. Assistant Cashier, W. A. MAXWELL. Wholesale Drucglst. DeDositoru for Atchison, Toüeka & Santa Fe Railwau, rived from Wiugate Sunday and Mr. j ion is considered the Youne is stecpine ouite hitrh for 'and finest of its kind The Messrs. W. Gladden, J. O. Mc Intosh, Walter Darling, Bill Daley, Tom Boyd, John Moore, G-orge Cauon, were up from Winslow this week, and spent several days a mong the boys. Mr. and Mrs. McGaffey and baby went to Albuquerque last week to attend the fair and also to visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fox, the popular and well known parents of Mrs. Mc Gaffey. Mr. Rhodes acted as agent during Mr. McGaffey s absence. Hon. James F. Mahoney, of Wins low the mcst popular conductor on the Santa Fe Pacific railway is in the city. Mr. Mahoney has a great mny friends who are always glad to welcome him to Phenix. Enter prise. Miss Ettie Koeplin arrived Tues day morning from Nebraska, where by appointment she met Mr. W. S. Madden of Winslow. They were married by Judge Zuck the same day. The young couple will reside at Winslow. Judge R. E. Sloan and Attorneys T. G. Norris of Prescott,T. S. Bunch of Flagstaff, and Court Stenographer Stoctou arrived Sunday on a belated train, and started the same evening for St. Johns where court con.vened on Tuesday Oct. 4th, They were met at Holbrook by. Mr. Berry who con veyed them to St. Johns. Troops G and H of the 7th Cav alry arrived in town Saturday, and on Monday started for Huntsville, Alabama. From there they expect to go to Porto Rico. They were re leaved here by troops G and E of the 9th Cavalry and one company of the 25th Infantry, all colored. They are the colored heroes of San tiago who did such magnificent n ork in connection with the Rough Riders. The editor of Harpers Magazine, Mr. Henry M. Alden has a daughter who has made a collection of over a hundred dolls, each doll represent ing a different nation and being made in that country. The collect- most unique in existence. White, was in town Monday. Garfield Farrel and Robt. Penrod were in town Tuesday) Mr. Penrod starts for his home in Texas on the 5th. I Mr. and Mrs. Porter are in ourj midst. I A ball was given here on the lrst. I and a party and a party at the home I of J. I. Porter. All had a nice time pulling candy, etc. j W. W. Perkins was in town today and J. D. Houck returned from Holbrook Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Porter returned from Snow-flake Saturday. Water is very scarce in this little place. ' SNOWFLAKE ITEMS. What "Chico" Sar at Snowflake the Past Week. Snowflake, Oct. 6, 1S98 Homer Bushman has beeu in town this week. J. H. Frisby was at home last week. Col. Wilson lectured to a full house last Friday eve. Judge Jack sou was also present. The cam paign song rendered by ;the glee -lub was splendid. Owen, Will and Addie Freeman went to Joseph City to attend the Character ball held there. Mrs Nellie Freeman returned home with. them. Fay Garduer and Delia Bushman. are here attending school. Frank McLaws is in town. Joel Flake has returned from. Concho. Mr. Angus Willis and Mrs. Non Ballard were married at the brides! home on Monday eve Oct. 3d,. V few invited guests were present and an enjoyable time was had. They will start to Utah Thursday on their wedding tour. James Flake has bought about 50 large hogs and intends produciug. his own pork. Guy Gardner is seen in our midst.. Chico. through here on their way to Cuba-, this week. William Dewitt, Frank Owens and Marion Owens are shearing sheep -for Owens Dexter & Company. Mrs. Ellen Owens and children and Mrs. Louie Brewer are in town from Pinedale. Brig Duffin gave a party Tuesday, evening. . Johxxy Jump-Up. "My boy came home from school ' one day with his hand badly lacer ated and bleeding, and suffering great paiu," says Mr. E. J. Schall, . with Meyer Bros.' Drug Co., St, . Louis, Mo.. "I dressed the wound and applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely. All pain ceased ' and i in a remarkably short time it healed without leaving a scar. For wounds. sprauas, swellings and rheumatism I know of know, of no medicine or pre&eriptiou equal to it. I consider it aHbousehold necessity." The 25 and. 50 ceut sizes for sale by F. J. -Wtidttron. Culi Wilson's Statesmanship. . Miss Alden is now to show the world ber dolls, and explain them, and in the next issue of the Ladies Home Journal she will show pictures of the first tweuty. In following issues she will show the others. the last few days. ' Mrs. A. E. Henning was down from Navajo Tuesday visiting with her many friends aud acquaintances here. Mr. Grim one of the contractors for the erection of the new court house was at Holbrook last Tues day. Julius Wetzler ha been in the southern part of the county for some time looking after his sheep interests. Judge Jackson went to Winslow C . .w? i r ratiila f.f 1,a Fi,fiii-a TTli has been employed to teach at' that Cou6h Kf m hadt It Saves the Crovpy Children. Seaview, Ya. We have a splendid sale on Cough Remedy, and our cus tomers coming from far and near, speak in the highest terms. Many bave said that their children would have died of croup if Chamberlain's WOODRUFF NOTES. place for the next six or seven months. yBarney Styles of Winslow has sev ered his connection with the Aztec Land and Cattle company and tak en charge of Babbitt Bros, cattle in Coconino county. Mr. Sturtevant, who spent a week in town abo.it a month ago, died in Gallup last week. His widow ac companied the remains to their former home in Texas. Adolf Schuster of this place and Ben Schuster of St. Johns went to Albuquerque last week to visitheir brothel and incidentally to take in the fair. Loiii Ghuey, the irrepressible cel estial, is back from Winslow after a protracted stay. He has spent Kellam & Ourin. The 25 and 50 cent sizes fcr sale at F. J. Wattron A Cure for Billioua Colic. Resource, Screven, Co., Ga. I have been subject to attacks of bill ons colic for several years. Cham berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrh oea Remedy is the only sure relief. It acts like a charm. One dose of it gives relief when all other reme dies fail. G. D. Sharp. For sale by F. J. Wattron. HEDER NEWS. The Movements of the People fol the Past Week. Heber, Oct. 5, 1898. The weather was ccol the latter part of tha week and the wind seem his time in practicing the art of pho-' bent on gathering the corn crop, tography I Mrs. Farrel and daughter, Mrs. The Week's Happenings In This Quiet tittle Village. Woodruff, Oo. 5 ,1898. The young ladies gave a dance Thursday the Mesdames West,. Smith and -Driggs were down from Snowflake to attend. It was a grand success. A program was rendered in it. The main part was a scarf drill given by eight young ladies an. Irish jig was danced by P. J. Chris tofferson, and Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Hatch danced a step dance. Horace Gardner, Mrs. Sarah Chris topherson, Eudith Christopherson and Elsie Owens have been to St. Joseph this week. A company of soldiars passed. The Republican territorial con- -veution at Prescott last Tuesday-.y nominated Maj. A. O. Brodie of Ya- -vapai county for delegate to cot-ingress. No doubt the reason fo ' his nomination was ou account of - Í his-war record, but the mass of thi people prefer statesmen to .warrior in-congress. Maj. Brodie we pre sume has military education and laay make a good military officer but he would be out oí place in con. nv gress. However, his cLauces Sotsch ing to congress are veay' slim. Flag . staff Gem. Aiajor xroaie nas a military eciu-i cation, and in addition thereto-; he, has led the life of a civilian for a . number of years, and have had pie-,., nty of opportunities to become ac-,. quainted with public affairs, and es- . pecially the needs of this territory,,-, That this is true is evidenced by the -, confidence. and esteem in which he is held in by his friends, and the -whole republican party whounani-,. mously chose him as their standard bearer. An educated and' up right gentlemen, pesessing good judgment, conyersaut with the wauts of the territory, and endowed with the faculty of making friends, and in sympathy with the party ia power at the national capital will certainly have more influenc in con gress than the "Meddlesome Mat ty" who went to Washiugtou to mix up in a tight which his own party ackowledge showed poor judgment, sayiug the least,and who has become the laughing stock of the senators at the capitol. This is a specimen Col. Wilson's statesmanship. He would cut a sorry figure in a repub irau congress. Brother Jones, when the votes are counted we will , condole with you over the political demise of the Arkansas colonel. Awarded Highest Honors World's DEI' Fair, CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free (rom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A. Clever JTriok. tt certainly looks, like a it, but there is really uo trick about it. 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