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J J ' u A 1 (The riro. Published every Saturday at Hulljrouk. ! Kuvajo County Arizona, by V. O. ANDERSON. Editor and Proprietor. ! Enterad at the ponto (fice at Holbrook. Ariz., as ttecoml-cluKS mail matter. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Annual Statement 1898, F T La sanitary inspeo- Of Tlie Clerk Of ROVAl BAKING POWOFR CO.. NEW YORK. .The Hoard -O F- SURSCK1PTION KATES The small pox scare at Holbrook One year 2 ?0 ;:.. .K.. . I .ill Three monthii.... .... -'- lias do foundation in fact. There is ! not a case at Holbrook, but we un- , derstaud there is one at Winslow 1 ST. JOSEPH LKTTKK, Advertising rat made known on applica tiun at thisofcice. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, auu uu AUV-iiclil cviiaM ntiunu m uu iv , . niu iw i it" h'11'1"1 at Navaio Sirinrs. , southern California on X Sr. Joseph. Jan. 5. 1S99. Messrs, William and John Birnie camp in v Year's CHURCH SEKVK KS. On the pecortd Wednesday evening of ea(b month and on ihe last Sunday of each month there will be services at School. House morn ing at 11 :0O and -sveniug at 7 :15.Sunday whool at 2 ;C0 each Sunday. RkV. P. A. Simpkins, Pastor. Mr. Edinunson has been at Wins low for several days. We under stand the bovs serenaded him there day. Tho holidays passed oir quietly. The amusements consisted o a thea- jje ! trioal performance and lances. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Hie Doing of The Week in HolórooJ. and Surrounding: Country. Fete Jensen is down from Taylor. Jim Donahue spent a day at Wins- . , , . i ., 'spend a couple of months there, Mr. Clausen, of Taylor, visited tho , , ... , , x, . , ' 7 hen he will return to Phoenix and county seat recently. liic luon in fmvn nníto i ... V. inilML.n. J....,, tüat see1l0U- frequently this week. Pete Pemberton was i a town Thursday visiting with the boys. j superintend his sheep interests in The Winslow school is closed on account of the small pox scare. Mr. Mili m if Navajo Springs, is the new section forman at this place. James Houck has been spending a few days at home with his family. The weather still continues cold, and the snow 3 disappearing slow ly. The new girl announced some time age did come at C. S. Ford's Monday. Chase & Sanborn's "Seal Brand, teas and coffee3 are on sale at Will Wooster's. The Board of supervisors will meet again Monday to accept the new court house. M. Adair has been in town for the last few days, but returned home last Wednesday. Chasa & Sanborn's teas and cotTes are the highest grade produced. For sale by Will Wooster. Miss Henderson returned to Show Low the other day to resume her school duties there. J. H. Richards assumed the duties of county treasurer of this county last Monday. Will Wooster has just received a supply of Chase & Sanborn's "Seal Brand'ea. J. F. Wallace, of the Mail of Winslow, spent Monday at the coun seat on business matters. J. F. Frisby, ex-clerk and recorder of Navajo county, returned home to Snowflake on the 31st. W. E. Moore, a United State attor ney, is here taking testemony in sev eral Indi in depredation claims. Under Sheriff Bargman went to Show Lo-.v on business connected with the sheriffs office this week. As ususl he was successful. Ike Perkins was in town this week arriving from Houck's Tank. He has beer, rounding up in that sec tion fo. -me time. Judge A. F. McAllister arrived from W7int!ow Saturday and on Mon day assumed the duties of clerk and recorder of Navajo county. A dance was held Monday even ing again at the hall. The usual goo 1 time '"as reported. The nius iciai s were Mr. Frank Pruitt and Mrs. McCsrty. Robin ",V.-,ttron has been quite sick the pact week with an attack of typhoid fever. Under Dr. Wool ford's care he is improving as fast as csn be expected. Mr. McWilliams, who has been section foreman at this place for some time, left Tuesday morning for Flagstaff where he will take charge of a section. r.r.PEN'SE ri'XD WARRANTS. 1 Jan. :. IMS, John Hall, burying pauper S 2 Jan 4, ISttS, E T Hatch, J P foes 1th qr 1S97 i v-,0,rl' .,-.. I .. :. ó Jan 4. J898. E Oliver i'5' ii'im i i iii-i yjii ck I tail j ' this week. i constables feus Mrs. J. E. Richards has returned j 4 Jan l w Whipple, to the camp on the railroad. arrest and board of pris- Mr. J. W. Richards is visiting at i onor home. ; 5 Jan 4, 1S9S, F T La Prade J. II. Richards & Sous built a I sanitary inspector good granary last week. fi Jau 4- 18ü8 A E McAllis- Mr. Z.X. Decker and family were! tor' J P fe03 ith 1898 visiting here during the holidays. j 7 Jau 5 18J8- B Williams, pent New i constable fees bseuco of i au ,r) 133,J O Mcintosh, j interpreter Theopuil. i 9 Jan 5, 1898, J S Wool- -! ! ford, medical services to Successfully Trcu- pauper 10 Mar 11. 189S, J X Woods, care of pauper. . 11 Apr 5, 1898, Jas Scott, taxes of F A & J C Zuck and cave him quite an ovation returned to Holbrook safe and j Mr. D. Els-.vorth and his thresh sound, apparently none the worse ! ino crew ar hero threshing our last after his ovation in our sister town. ye3r s grain. Tl, (!ifv M..At Market will be! M-r. and Mrs. C. C. Maegle and Mr. kept open between tho hours of 8:30 and 11:00 a. ra., and from 4:00 to (5:00 p. n. On Sundays from 8:30 to j 10:00 a. m. Fresh vegetables every j Saturday, and frerh fruits in their season, r . M. Z.uck, proprietor. James Scott, the out-going treas urer, left for Los Angeles December 2nd to join his family. He will 40 Arr , l'rade, tor 41 Apr ;, 1898. 11 Williams, constable fees ft ' 2Apr, 18l8, J F Wal- MP'ISflrS.Ti-'" April, 1898, R C Dry den, medical services to pauper 41 Apr 6, 1898, Kartchner & Palmer, supplies to pauper 4.) Apr C, 1898, Bernard lloi.BkooK, Ariz., Dc. 31, 1898. j Schuster, interpreter. . . . Annual si ateinent of Navajo conn- ! Apr 6, 1898, Julius ty made by t he Board of Supervisors ' Wetzler, interpreter.. . . ut Navajo county. Ariz., in comt.li- : 1" Apr tj, 1898, Wm Swank, ance wit h par. 451. section 71 of the guard revise.! statutes of Arizona for 18S7. 1 8 Apr Ü, 1898, Mrs A M Boyer, care of pauper. . . 1 49 Apr 6, 1W)8, A F McAl- 4M 00 42 Nacajo Countij, Ariz. i ir 00 fee Mis3 Josio McLaws Years at home after a about six weeks. L;i Grippe ted. "I have just recovered from the ! No healthy person need fear an- j dangerous consequences from an at tack of la grippe if properly treated, i It is much the same as a severe cold j and requires precisely the some trea- j SPCona attack of la grippe this year," tment. Remain quietly at home j says Mr Jas- A JoneS- publisher of and take Chamberlain's Cough Rem- tue Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the edy as directed for a severe cold j jatter case t use(j Chamberlain's and a prompt and complete recovery j Cough Remedy, and I think with is sure to follow. For sale by F. J. I considerable success, only being in Wattron druggist. j bed a little over two days against ten Dan Hanuon died suddenly at i days for the former attack. The see the rock quarry last Monday morn ing. Judge Zuck was telegraphed for who held an inquest over the de ceased. The Coroner's jury return ed a verdict that the deceased came to his death from causes unknown to the jury. He was 35 years old and is supposed to have a brother living in San Francisco. He had been drinking heavily of late. ond attack I am satisfied would have been equally as bad as the first but for tho use of this remedy as I had to go to bed about six hours af ter being 'struck' with it, while in the first case I was able to attend to business about two days before get ting 'down.' " For sale by F. J. Wat Iron, druggist. SNOWFLAKE ITEMS. What Chico" Saw at Snowflake the Past Week. Snowflake, Jan. 3, 189S. The holidays are over and all have gone to work again just as though nothing had happened, but the good times spent will never be forgotten. Willie Richards, Preston Rush man, Frank McLaws and Tom Tan ner were up from St. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gardner went to Woodruff and stayed a few days lately. Will Frost and wife have been here several days. Our Navajo Springs Letter. Navajo Springs, Jan. 4, 1899. We have a case of small pox in town. Lynch's squaw is sick at the store. The place is to be quarantined and we are expecting a doctor to come and vaccinate the entire com munity. The trading store at Sanders has been closed on account of many In dians being sick with the dread dis ease. A brand new Walker has come to town and "Jim" is a foot taller in consequence. A supper and aance formed the J i " a r x- i Ray Tan ner went home and stayed i amuseiueu 1 1 ur e v. i ears. u u uda lucio la a iíusü ui si aiieL a few days, but returned before the holidays were over. Mr. J. A. Rencher came over last week from Sprii.gerville and stayed a few days. He returned to his home Friday accompanied by his wife. Eugene West was in town a few days ago. Friday, December 30th, was the fortieth anniversary of the wedding day of Mr. and Mrs. WT. J. Flake. Their children, grandchildren and some invited friends met at the home of James Flake and had a very enjoyable time. Dr. Woolford was called to Pine op last week on professional busi ness. Allen Frost and Joseph Pearco were at home during vacation. Alma Briudhall has been very sick for a few weeks, but is improving. Messrs. Vance and Schill of Mesa are here on mutual improvement work. Chico. fever in town. Mr. Perkins is still visiting at Salt Lakes. "That wedding" may bo the cause of a suit for broach of promise, who knows? In our next issue we will publish the proceedings of the Board of supervisors in full. This week we publish au article on the Robert's congressional contest in Utah as seen by one side. In the near future we will publish Mr. Robert's views in this matter, as t here are always two sides to a po litical controversy. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, 1 r- r CREAM l&;klen's Arnica Salve. The-ést salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruw tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give porfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box For sale by F. J. Wattron, Holbrook MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crane Cream of Tartar Powder. Frea I rom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. to I 34 lister, constable (Swank) 50 Apr 0, 1898, Ed Barg- I man, witness lees. ...... 50 1 51 Apr 5' 1S08' West 1uI i lihing Co, law books.. . i 52 Apr 30, 1898, Gilbert 00 5 00 2 0( 2 00 11 90 1 50 11 90 8 00 4 00. CO lñ 2 00 50 15 00 250 00 250 00 225 00 177 97 098 05 remit ed 12 Apr 6, 1898, F J Wat tron, services sheriff... . . 13 Apr 6, 1898, F J Wat tron, meals to prisoners. 14 Apr 6, 1898, F J Wat tron, salary sheriff 1st qr 1893 15 Apr 6, 1898, F J Wat tron. supplies to county. 16 Apr 6, 1898, F J Wat tron, telegrams. 17 Apr G, 1898, J L Clark, guarding prisoners 18 Apr 6,1898, J Bargman, janitor aud jailer, 1st qr 1S98 19 Apr 6, 1S98, J Barg man. washing for pris oners 20 Apr 6, 1898, B F Jack son, J 1 foes 21 Apr 6, 1890, J H Frisby, expenses to Phoenix. . . . 22 Apr 6. 1S98, J II Frisby. salary recorder 1st qr 1S98 23 Apr 6, 1898, Jas Scott, salary treasurer 24 Apr 6, 1898, A C M I, supplies to county 25 Apr 6, 1S98, Jas Scott, office rent 26 Apr G, 1898, Hamilton & Egger, supplies to coun- ty 27 Apr 6, 1898, J R Martin, license refunded 28 Apr 6, 1898, L E Divil bess, supervisor 1st qr 1898 29 Apr 6, 1898, J X Woods, supervisor 1st qr 1898. . . 30 Apr 6, 1898, Z B Deck er, supervisor 1st qr 1898 31 Apr 6, 1898, B F Jack son, probate judge 1st qr 1898 32 Apr 6, 1898, A & B Schuster, supplies to connty 33 Apr 6, 1898, W II Bur bage, salary dist atty 1st qrlS98 34 Apr , 1898, W B Woods, elk dist court 1st qr, 1898 35 Apr 6, 1898, John Con ner, labor on jail 36 Apr 6, 1898, J S Wool ford, medical services to pauper 37 Apr 6, 1898, W A IV r, burying pauper 38 Apr 6, 1898, C O Ander son Co, publishing 1 16 21 39 Apr 6, 1898, J O Camp bell, medical services to paujer 25 50 r 1 ,. 1 iveeu, recoruiu-r lees re funded - 48 00 Jalí G' 189S' F J Wafc 1 tron, salary sheriff, 2nd 10 (Ml qf 1S98 S00 j 54 July 6, 1898, Jas Scott, 1 1 . saury treasurer zaa qr 1898 55 July 6, 1898, W H Bur bage, salary dist aity 2nd qr 1898 56 July 0, 1898, J L Clark, guard 57 Jnly 6, 1S98, J Bargman, janitor and jailer 225 00 58 July 6, 1898, B F Jack son, probate judge, 2ud qrl89S 100 00 59 July 6, 1898, L E Divil bes. supervisor 2nd qr 1898 00 July 6, 1S9S, Z B Deck er, supervisor 2ud qr 1898 61 July 6, 1898, J X Woods, supervisor 2ud qrl898 62 July 6, 1898, W B Woods, elk dist court 2ndqr 1898 63 J uly 6, 1898, J H Frisby, recorder 2nd qr 1S98 64 July 6, 1898, F J Wat tran, meals to prisoners. 65 July 6, 1898, F J Wat tron, supplies to county. 66 July 6, 1898, F J Wat tron, services as sher iff 67 July 6, 1898, F J Wat tron, telegrams.."- 6S July 6, 1898, J F Wal lace, stationery 69 July 6, 1898, Jas Scott, office rent 105 00--V; 70 July 6, 1898, II H Mc- Neil & Co, supplies to 'f'ijz county. 71 July 6, 1S9S, AC M I, supplies to county 72 July 6, 1897, Lorenzo Romero, curving pau per 73 July 6, 1898, C O Ander son Co, publishing 74 July 6, 189S, F M French, care of pauper.. 75 July 6, 1898, J II Frisby, registering fees 6 July 6, 1898, Hamilton & Egger, supplies to count3- 175 25 250 00 24 30 20 50 35 00 225 00 1 ! i 5 60 j i 58 03 ; 60 35 250 00 250 00 13 45 105 00 15 c; 30 89 56 40 ;6 104 00 28 40 250 00 ! 77 July 6, 1898, A & B I Schuster, supplies to county 78 July 6, 1898, Bernard Schuster, iutepreter. . . . 79 July 6, 1898, W B Woods, fees elk dUt court 80 July 6, 1898, J Barg man, washing for prisoners 40 SO ví.. f"':.l-' 66 40 Z'h 51 40 i t : " -.' so 00 250 00 -.y. "y V ': 247 00 r.''-.'; 21 35 PI: 73 40 í;.! If' . ' 6 94i:;: 37 00 ":ryV 3 03: i. --: 8G 29 0ft 6 stí-vh & 21 9t:i 13 5Cv 50 70 1 00 10 00 18 50 2 (V 3 4( 8 2 To the. Public. 1 A e are authorized to guárante every bottle of Chamberlain's Coug Remedy to be as represented and not satisiaetory alter two-tniras ti the contents have been used, will rtj fund the money to the purchase There is no better medicine made f la grippe' colds and whooping cougl Trice, 25 and 50e. per bot t le. Try F. J. Wattron druggist.