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CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY.
The work of the Children's Home Society was represented by. Field Superintendent John Waldo Ellis on Sunday evening. The plan for caring for homeless children met with the approbation of the people of Holbrook. Substantial aid was given and a local board formed. Mr. F. M. Zuck was appointed chairman and to whom all information should be given regarding any homeless or destitute child, or of any" good home I hat may be open to take a ! child. The first state was organ ized in 1883. Since then twenty three states have been organized, and 12,CCt) children cared for. This society should and doe? receive the hearty support of the best peo ple, everywhere. ' Its work is: First. Xot to es tablish ophanges, but to help those ; goods. What in America is hand already in existence to puttheir chil-Í led by one firm is here divided- up dren in well approved families. Second.-To have temporary home to hold the children only j while waiting transportation or es- Third. To seek homeless, neglec-! ted and destitute children, and to I to I become their friend aud and protec- j tor. Fourth. To minister in comfort-1 ing assurance to parents living in benefit to the country at large. A fear of leaving their children penni- j high tariff is imposed on every arti less and homeless. ele imported ihat can be aiid is man- Fifth. To make it possible for ufactured at home, while machinery mny persons without children of : . -, , ... , f i their own, to adopt, without fear of luture interlereuce, a ch:ld that may be a blessing to the household, j Sixth. To protect society by guaranteeing proper home training and education to the unfortunate little one against its greatest ene mies, Ignorance and Vice, and thus to improve American citizenship. A Xarrnw 1-!s-niií i --i--. j Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, of Grotou, S. D. "Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs; cough set iu and fin- ally terminated in Consumption, Four doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could riot stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was ad vised to- get Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, ' Coughs and Colds. 1 gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles. It has cured me, , and thank God. I am saved and now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottles free at F. J. Wattron's drug store. Regular size 50c and 1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded. Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be interested in the expience of Mr. W. M. Lush, clerk of Hotel Dorrance, Trovidence, R. I. He says: "For several years I have been almost a constant saflerer from diarrhoea, the frequent attacks com pletely prostrating me and render ing me unfit for my duties at this hotel. About two years ago a trav eling salesman kindly gave me a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ' Remedy. Much to my sorprise and delight its effects were immediate. Whenever I felt symptoms of the disease 1 1 would fortify myself against the at tack with a few doses of this valua ble remedy. The result has been very, satisfactory and almost com plete relief from the affliction.!' For sale by F. J. Wattron, druggist. ' That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. . They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by F. J. Wattron, druggist. Patrick O'Brien was struck by M. & P. excursion train Thursday night. His -injuries were thought slight, but he died later at the Sis ters hospital. Few people recover from the jar the system receives in coming in contact with such a tre mendous moving mass of iron. LETTER FEOM. NORWAY. Stayanget., Nokway, May 2fi, 1899. I receive the Argcs very regularly and in good condition. 1 am now in one of the oldest towns in Nor way. It is a beautiful place dotted with picturesque villas, splendid gardens and parks, a veritable Eden. In the central part of the town the appearances are reversed. The hous es are old and small, the streets crooked and narrow, some just wide i enough for the passage of a singlo vehicle aud others too u aiTOW for! that eren. Most of the buildings iu i : Norway are constructed Out of Wood I except in Christiania. The coudi- tiou of the people 15 Somewhat mo- diocree, they make a fairly Rood liv- i . ,, . . ! ing, ar ss well, ana beggars are un known. Stores aro plentiful, are small aud carry only ouo lino, of among twenty. All lines of mechan- ical business ic similarly conducted, j and the consequeuces are that a se- j vers competition is developed which reduces prices, bringing the emplo er and employee on the same level, although socially the distinction is I although socially the distinction is sharply marked, The tariff system here ably adjusted and results is adtnir in much acd other articles not manufactured : . I . , ... , I at home are admitted free, mouopo-j are udkuok u. All this conspiro , to make the country prosperous. The last two years have witnessed a wonderful building boom, which has run interest up from 4J to 15 perceut. The culmination of this will be a panic and widespread fi nancial disaster. Numerous houses mi. .. i ! t ... i jrs are luie, wiiue erowus ol laborers j are streaming in from Sweden, reu-I rlpr th immmiuliito f.,t,, ; somewhat blue. it appears that the long winter is over, the irrass is creen, the flow- ers are plentiful and spring is out in all its verdure. Added to this the beautiful complexion of the la dies which is considered the most perfect found anywhere in Europe, renders sights and scenes enchant ing. It is estimated that the wo men outnumber the men about four to one, and in Christiania there is a surplus of 16,000. Stran eers are treated well. Americans fare the best, next the English, while Swedes are treated with scant courtesy. The feeling against them is quite bitter. C. I. Kejipe. Received and on sale at the City Meat Market, oranges, bananas, co coanuts apples añd other fresh fruits in season, and the various kinds of vegetables, such as; celery,- lettuce, radishes, parsley, soup bunches, oys ter plant, sweet potatoes, beets, tur nips, cabbages, cauliflower, tomatoes, etc., received every week, to which will be added the products of the season as it advances. Loins of Kansas City corn-fed cattle always on hand. F. M. Zuck, Prop. Tetter, Salt-Itheuni and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these disease, is instanly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanent ly cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite rem edy for sore nipples, chapped hands chilblains, frost bites and chionie sore eyes. 25cts. per box. For sale by F. J. Wattron druggist. EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA. Round trip tickets will be sold by the Santa Fe Paciiic company to all who are desirous of attending the National Educational Association to ba held at Los Angeles, Cal., on July 11, 12, 13 and U, 1839, for ono lowest first class limited fare plus 2.00. The dates of sale of tickets will be from Juue 27 to July 10, in clusive; going limit, July 11; re turn limit, 30 days from date of sale. Stop over privileges granted. Chil- j dren between the age of a and 12 ' years, half fare. A. B. McGaffet. ! INCORPORATION -OF- The Lone Pine Reservoir And Irrigation Comuanu. The undersigned, being desirous of forming a corporation under and in accordance with the Lnwsof Arizona, do hereby adoit the following Articles of Incorporation: FIBST, The names of the incorporators are Yi'. W. Wilis,Z.B. Deckerjr., A.Í.I. Willis, Lewis A. Decker, Angrus L. Willis and TV". G. Shum way, who, with their successors, shall con stitute a board of directors for the first year. SECONTJ. The name of the corporation is "The Loup Ke?ervo,r nnd l"'Btton Company, and its principnl place of business shall be utSnowflake. Navajo county, Arizona. thiuu. The f-eneral nature of the businc-ss to be trn:,sac,,e1 y ' company is, to reservoirs for the storage of wnti construct storage of water for irri gation tind milling- liurpoFos. to construct and Riaintuin canals and ditches, ui.cl con trolling IU5 iiiir, selling and leasing of water and water clnims, and to transact all other ! legitimate business incident to. and neces- sary for, un irrigation company to ngage i ' The amount ()f c'X"'toek a,,thoriz,d is twenty-five thousand :ir,t&o,w) dollars in shares of ten iM'-oo) dollars each; twenty-) ar7 tion, or as much thereof as may he neees- sary for ,ho for the c''r""ti" already ; am n.- eu. ' I FITTH. The corporation will commence business : on the ll'th day of June, lt-3, and terminate in t vei:ty-live years-, j eiXTH, I The affairs of the company shall be eon-! oucted hy a board of s:x directors,, w ho shall choose from among their number, a ,,,'ei"'ent-vice Ijresidl"t- !,ui a secretary and treasurer, and hall when necessary em- plo. a superhltendent and Mlch otLcr sp8. caioff e:-s us the business of the company niay require. FKVNTH. The directors shall be elected annually oa the ürst Monday in March and the election of the oificers shall he at the iirst meeting: of the board thereafter. EIGHTH. The highest amount of indebtedness or li- sisth. Private property of the stockholders of the company shall be exempt from thecom- puny debts. In witness whereof we hare hereunto set our hands and seals this 10th day of June, A, D. 160. W W. Willis, sealI. Z. B. Decker Jr., pkai, A. M. Willis, seal. Lewis A. Decker, seal). Angus L Willis, seal, W. 1. Shumway, seal. tkrritoryof arizona í county of navajo Personally appeared before me this 12th day of June, A. D, lWa. W. W. Willis, Z. K. DeoUerJr, A.M. Willis, Lewis A. Decker, An gus L, Willis and W. G. Shumway, the said persons being personally known to me as the parties whose names appear above, and do state upon their oath that they each sign ed the articles to which their names are at tached for the purposes and considerations therein set forth. Given under my hand this 12th day of June A. D. 1899. Seal. Jesse X. Smith, Xotary Public. My commission expires Sept.. 17th, 1002. Territory of Arizona! County of Navajo. ( I hereby certifly that the forgtiing ar ticles of incorporation of the Lone Pine Res ervoir and Company were filed and recor ded by request at Allen Frost, June 22, 1899, at 9 o'clock a. m.. Yol. 1, Pages 29 and SO in Articlesof Incorporation. County Records of Navajo county, Arizona Territory. (Skal-j A. F. McAllister, Recorder, First publieation July 1, 1S99. OFFICE OF The Board of Supervisors OF - Navajo Ccuntu, Arizona. Holbrook, Ariz., June 22. 1S99. In compliance with Par, 2íü3, Sec. 2". Re vised Statutes of Arizona, notice, is hereby given that the Assessment Rolls for 1S99, are on fi5e in this office and subject to the inflec tion of the tax payers. And further notice is given that the Board of Supervisors will meet as a Board of Equilizatioa ou the lrst day of July, 1SS9, and' continue in session from time to time until the business of equ alixation is disposed of up to the 20th day of July, 1699. A. F. McAllister, Clerk SCavc-.ts. and Trade-Ma: Us obtained and ail ; fent busintsscor.d-jcred far MODERATE FEES. ? Joun Office isOppoeite U. S. Patent-Office? $a:id vc can secure paical ia ics Lime tiltil uiut. remote from Washington. ... . i J Send model, drawing or photo., W:th dc?cn- tion. YYe aovise, it pater.tabie cr not, nee oi charge. Our lee not due tiil patent is secured. fcost of sarti in the U. S. and toreiga countries K PAMPHLET, " now lo .:'ta:n I ait-nis, wn.nr Jsent free. Address, O pp. Patent Office, Washington. D. C ARTICLES OF Dr. Cadv's Condition I'oHilcrs, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. .Tonic, blood puri fire and vermifuge. They are not food but meicine and the best in use to put a horse iu prime condition. Frice 23 cents a package. For sale by F. J. Wattron, druggist. SUMMER EXCURSIONS TO THE PACIFIC COAST. I The Santa Ee Route will pell! cheap excursion tickets to Los An-1 ! geles, San Diego, Redondo Leach, I or Santa Mouica on the following j : dates: l Juue 3, 7, 17, 21; 2'j; August r, 0,11), There will ' be a seashore this year, July 1, 12, 22,!; 2(5 and DO. big crowd at the especially dur- ing July and August when the X. E. A. people are here. ! San Diego has many attractions of Bay and Ocean, r.s well as many piaoes cf interest on land. Iu Julv they will have a big festival at Tia J'1 that quaint little Mexican! border town. j The Governor of Lower Califor- and hi ; oflicial band with brass buttons gold j I lace and music. i The program will consist of a bar- J bacue. bull light and Spanish ga-! Excursion liates to ti'.e Grnnd Canyon. Mav 1st the tourist season will Opeil for escursious to the Graud Caiionof the Colorado river in Ari- zona. The Flagstaff & Graud CaÜOU Stage Line will place in service Line will place in service a line of new six-horse stages rri,., l-U trips will be made in four relays, over good roads, leaving Flagstaff every Monday, Wednesday -and Fri day at 7 a. ni. sharp; returning, will leave the rim of the canoa every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, consuming about eleven hours iu making the trip. The stop at the Rim of the Cañón is made at Barry's camp, where guests will be comfort ably entertained at tho hotel at the rate of ?3 per day, American plan. Lunch will be x'ravided at Cedar Ranch en route, at 73 cents each. Round trip tickets from Holbrook to the Cañón will be sold for 20. A. B. McGaffet, Agent, YOUR LIVER Is out of order if you have the symptoms enumerated on this chart. Study each symptom carefully and you will find that they are yours. You can be cured with out the aid of Calomel, Blue Mass or Quinine. They are minerals and are apt to poison the blood. Do not continue to suffer when the relief is held out to you. VVhy not add your name to the already larire list of people cured by Hl'Dl'AN? HUDÍAN has cured 10.000 others and it will cure you. I1UDYAN is the great est vegetable remedy of the century and will relieve all the following symptoms: HUDYAN can be had of all drussist for 50 cents per package. When you have used HUDYAN tell your friends what it has done for you. POINTS OF WEAKNESS. 1. BILIOUS HEADACHE Re lieved by HUD YAN 2-3. JAUNDICE OF THB KY1SS HUDYAN will cause the yel lowness to ' dis appear and the normal healthy color to return. i. COATED TONUl'E. FOE TID BREATH IITDYAN will clear the tongue and make the breath pure and sv.-eet. 5. TENDER NESS AN1 TAIN IN THE STOMACH. DI ET.O INDK.i-.s- TION FKU.M THIS I'KI-.aBiiSn- yr w MUCH B11.E-11UDYAN will clear the stomach of the excess of bile, relieve the pam and cause the food to be perlectly digested. 6. ENLARGEMENT OF THE VER AND A FEE1.1NU OF II EA 1NES& AND WEIGHT-liUDYAN will lessen the con gestion and reduce the liver to its normal size. HUDYAN will cure all the above symp toms and make you well. Do not delay longer. Iteniember that Cancer and AbsWss of the liver first appeal as trivial disorders and through negleot become ln-r-iirahle Uo to your druggists at once and procure a package of Hl'DYAN for 59 Sents or 6 packages for If your druggist does n.t keep it. solid direct to the HUDYAN REMEDY CO.. ban Iran Cisco or Los Angeles. Cnlifnrnia After vnu have used it tell your friends about hs effect, that they also nnKlil Oe C.41..1. If vou are not satisfied with the eiTocts. return the empty HL'DYAN box and wa will return your innno-y. Remember that vou can consult the HUDYAN DOCTORS FREE. Call and see the doctors. You mav call and see them or write, as you desire. Address HÜDYAN REMEDY COMPANY, No. 319 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CaL Cor. Stockton, Market and Ellis Sts.. Sun Francisco. Cat Santa Fe& Pacific Railroad" I Company. f onlnHetl Time Cartl 2STo. Effect Nov. G, 1888. WKHT., BAST No. a STATIONS. I 10 WP Lv.... . 10 Mm I 3 "a 4 ....Chicago .Kansas City . .. ....Itmiver..;... ...La Junta. .. Allmti'rtije... .. . Wiiíatü.... (ia!lii . . . Holbrook. ... . . Winslow . . .Flairstatt" . . . William . .Ash Fork.... ..Ar 9 oop 7 00a. 5 OOp- ill 50a 10 Vp Í 5, !7p 4 l.iD 9 O'.n a '..vi 2 V'H 5 -ITii i O ia 9 'Ju ! 1 Slip ;12 i.-.p 1 10 H7a 15a 8 05a i II Ar. .Lv ' i I.V.. Ar.. Ar. Ar.. Ar. . . Ash Fork. ... . .Jerome Jo. . . . . . l'resrott. . . - Col 'tíress Jc. .Ar I .,Lv 5 50a 4 0o 5 !( 6 ir.p 'J -Ui ..Lv S lea .I'henix Lv I b siiu I .V 'II J ... 13 :i),: Lv. . . . ..Ash Fork... . Pciii-h Springs. Kinirman ..."Noedlob ....Multe ....Hablad Iiiítrett . . . .Hurstow. . . . Kramer . . . . Mojave Los, Angeles. . v .Silll Uiv;o. . . Snn Franriseo.. 2 Mi 3 4rip .. 5 4:,., .. 7 it:;, .. (. ;'. .. ia i' u Ar.. 1 3.1,1 i K.i Ar.. ft Sf: Ar.. 1 Km Ar.. 6 lip Ar.. No. 3 I STATION: OPp 1 Lv.. C'hicnpo 9 Sia I Lv Knn-us C ity 11 Wi i Lv La Junta 11 ?l'U I l.v All.mnii iquc.. i- " I l.v ísii i: urn 11 10) ( Ar San Kernardino 1 'p i Ar Los Anyck-s Lv Limited trains No. 3 westbound and easthouml, run tri-wciUIy. No. 3 leaves Chicnirn 8 p. m. Mondays, Wed ncsrlups and Saturdays, passes Albuquerque atildo a. m, Mondays,' Wednesduys audjFri dajs, arriving at Los Anfc'clci at 1:5J p. m Tiii sdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. No. 4 leaves Los Alíseles at 1 :20 p. m. Mon days, Wednesdays and Saturdavs. nassluir . u.. ,(tua.io ,1,,, . njuuillvniUB BI 6- P-m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays; rri-'er ' thirneo tt 8:15 a. m, Thursday. Tí . I T'T , Í.T. ....... ,1..,.. til . j teeu C'iiicaso and Los Angeles, the fastest Ssatilviiji- .i,rl iw.l.. it-. 1 . i truin across the continent. I 1 asse-.isers from north of Mojave may i .1.- .... . mo ituuieu eiiner at tiarstow or the Needles. Only first-class tickets sold at full rate are honored on the limited trains. Pullman Pnlnco Sleeping Cars dally through between Los Anpeles and Chicago and Williams and San Francisco, Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars daily through between Chicago and San Francisoo and Chicago and Los Angeles. Tourist curs leave San Francisco every Tuesday and Los Angeles every Wednesd&y, running through to Eansas City, Chicago and Iloston. The Grand Cnilon of the Colorado can be reached only via this line. Ask for a beautifully illustrated book which will be mailed free. Jso. J. B'BNB, Gen'l Passonger Agent, Los Angeles, Cal. For further information apply to A. B. McGaffey. Local Agent, Holbrook, Ari. PROFESIONAL CARDS. G. S. REED, M. D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, (Office Boyle Residence.) HOLBROOK. - ARIZONA. J. S. W00LF0ÍÍD, M. D. PHYSICIAN JSc SURGEON, 8NOWFLAKB ARIZONA. W. H. BURBAGE. A'ri'OHNEY-AT-LAW. WIXSLOW ABIZONA. C. 0. ANDERSON, ATTOIiNKY-AT-LAW, HOL11HOOK, ABIZONA. R. E. MORRISON, AUTORN KY-AT-LA "W, (United States District Attorney.; Prescott, Arizona. Clll'RCH SERVICES. On the second Wednesday evening of each month and on the last Sunday of each month there will be services at School House morn ing at 11 :00 and evening at 7 :4S.Sunday school at 2 ;C0 each Sunday. Kev. P. a. Simpkiss, Pastor. subscribe for THE ARGUS! CHALCEDONY LODGE NO. 6, P. A A Holbrook. Arizona. Ree-ular . r "lawru I'UiiiiiiuiiiuablOlIM I :0U p m. on Fourth Saturday of eaea month. Visiting brethren inviteoV By order of F. M. ZUCK. W. M. FRLÜ WETZLER. Secretary. IT s Cure. yyspspsia Digests what you eat. ItartiCciallydigeststhefood and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It isthelatest jiscovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it In eSiciency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SickHeadache.Gastralgia.Cramps.and all other resultsof imperfectdigeat ion. Prepared by E. C. DeWIU A Co., Chicago. Ar I 7 S5a ... 4 45a ... 12 fOa ... IM5p ... 8 r,p 6 i5p ... S 55p Lv 8 31p .12 10p Lv 10 10a .Lv 50a l-v J0 Lv 5 SOp ; No. ,..Ar I 8 15p .Arl 8 0(ia . A r I 5 25a ..Lv 6 15p .l.v! 6 2 a l.v 3 10o 1 20 u No.