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HOLBROOK, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1900. $2.50 PER YEAR. ; Sania le P bufe TIME TABLE Effect Noo. 9, 1899. WEST. No. 1. STATION. , EAST. i No. 2. 10 00 p Lv Chicago Art 9 00 p 7 OJ a 5 00 n 10 50 u . . . . Httugiis City Denver Pueblo La Junta Albuquerque. . . tyrmitg W Ingate Gulluu 3 20 u 7 SO a 4 25 a 0 05 p 12 50 a 2 31 a 8 0 J a 4 30 a 5 45 a 5 65 a 12 80 p 11 50 a . .Lv 11" 05 p 7 18 p 5 37 p 5 15 p 2 51 p . .Nazaja Springs Hoibrook...; .! i ss p i I'enzauce 1 22 p 1 8 02 a' Joseph City ! 1 14 p 7 05 a Winslow -VI 35 p 7 58 a: .Cañón liallo 11 29 a V 21 a: Flaffstatf 10 37 a 11 12 a1 "... Williams i 8 20 a 12 35 p Lv Ahh Kork ! 8 00 a j I'acific lime. 12 45 p Selegmau ! 6 40 a 2 10 p Peach tipi'iiig:s j 3 50 a 3 45 i Kiiigmuu : 1 13 a 5 50 p; N-ettles -10 15 p 0 J M Riimlnrl ' Sri n 12 5 a Barstow j 3 is p '4 1& .. A .1. 1A ill .. v i. .......... ,uujai u. j u .v i. 8 2 a Los Angeles 10 10 a 12 5i y San Diego j 8 10 a 6 45 p San Frauciseo 5 30 p 12 p'Lv Ash Fork Arl 7 00 a 2 45 pi Jerome Jc j 4 55 a 3 15 pi Prescott I 4 05 a B 50 p' Congress Jc :12 11 a 9 40 p Ar Phenix Lvi 9 00 p No. S. the "Chicase Flyer." leavos Chicago ! Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8:00 p. m., arriving-at Albuquer- que Thursdays, Fridays. Saturdays and Alón- days at ii:oo a. m., and Los Aíreles Kriduy. Saturdays, Sundays and Tuesdays at 1:50 1L. 111. '1 llA nuiMlsite run. No. 4. leaves LoS Thursdays at 6:00 p.m., arrives at Winslow day out.'aiid Chicairo at 2:15 p. m. 3d day. - :.-... : . n.: I .. .1 : .. i. At I l lllllliu j tunc 19 m uuui a ami . lire fastest tra.n across the continent. Pullman sleepers, aiuiiu? car, ouservanon car uiiu buffet smoker are the finest made. The ; smoker is provided with a barber shop audi the latest newspapers and periodicals can be read free of charg-e. Trains Nos. i and 2 is the regular Daily Overland Express and runs every day in tha 1 year. This train is equipped to accomodate passengers traveling on all classes of tickets. Jt carries Pullman Pulace Sleeping Cors through from Los Angeles to Chicago, and also Vestibuled Pullman Tourist Sleeping . cars, in & uuuun xo luese u carnes uiw- dining Chair Car no extra charge being made forseats. The iirand Canyon of the Colorado, the Moqui Nillages and the Petrified Forest iu Arizona can oe reacnea om via luis 11110. Folders and descriptive books will be fur- -nished on application. JOHN J. BYENK. General Passenger Agent, Los Angeles, Cal. H. Li. Ktiouts. Local agent, 1 Holbrook, A. T. Holbrook St. Johns and Stage Line. DAVID K. I'DALL, Proprietor. TIMS TABLE. Leave HolVirook daily 9:30 o. m A 1 rive Holbrook " 5:00 p. ni rASSESGCH FARE. Holbrook to Woodruff $1, to Concho ít:50, to St. Johns I'i, to Springervllle ii. Keturn ticket Holbrook to woonnur ri.au, to Concha ti, to St. Joliiu liO, to) Springer-, "Missionaries half rate; must show their credentials. College students half rate. Fifty pounds of baggage allowed each passenger. EXPRESS BATES. 25c for all packages under lOtfito any point. From Holbrook to Woodruff lc per pound over 101b. From Holbrook to Concho 2o per pound over lOili. From Holbrook to St. Johns 214 per pound over 10th. From Holbrook to Springervllle 3,'íc per pound over lOrb. dN4dTeraed"P;l.n?erbry E IVSS Dai i'ii1?1. All cush sent at owner s risk. All perishable articles shipped at owner's ! risk. A 11 liquids liable to leakage or breakage I whipped at owner's risk. 1 Not resiHinsible for loss or damage of live ' fowls and animals iu tramp jrtatiou. Stop-over Privileges Tzt point 011 the line. Fifty Dounds of buiruuire carried free for each full-fare ti.-ket. GOOD MEALS AND ACCOMMODATIONS furnished at the Station and Woodruff. FIRT-CLASS COSVEYANCF.3. goed teams, careful and accommodating drivers. EXPRESS CARRIED to all points along the line at low rates. For full particulars inquire of any of our agent or postmasters along the line. John R. Holet, Agent, Holbrook. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv -0-0-0-0-00 Subscribe for the ARGUS. DEVOTED TO TUE INTERESTS OF Navajo County. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx X PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY X HOLBROOK, - ARIZONA. XXXXXXXXXXAXXXXXAXXXXXXXXXXX : : ; under oath, says he suffered from II. Clark, Chauncey, Ga., says De- 1 dyspepsia for twenty five years. Doc Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured him ; tors and dieting gave but little re of piles t hat had afflicted him for j lief. Finally he used Kodol Dys twenty years, -It is also a speedy i pepsia Cure aud now eats what he cure for skin diseases. Beware of j likes and as much as he wants, and dangerous couutesftsits. F. J.- Wat- he feels like a new man. It digests tron. 1 what ou eat. F. J. Watt ron. LOCAL AND PERSONAL, i The Doing's of The Week in Moll. rook and Surrounding Country. F. M. Zuck has a new ad tlii issue. John McLaws was over from St. Joseph Friday. Mrs. Kartehner, of Snowflake, was in town Monday. Osmer Flake was in from Suow- flake the first of the week. - is. J?. Dufhu and Fred Gardner were in from Woodruff Tuesday. The work of census taking will commence on June 1, and close June 30. Lewis Underwood, our barber, has joined the ranks - of Argus ad vertisers. W J. Flake was in from Snow flake Tuesday, to make final proof of his homestead. W. N. Amos and Jas. Porter sheep- men of Show Low. were shinnina- I ;,, . 111.1 . their WOOl last Week. I Mrs. Al. Stevenson, of Pinedale, . ' ! WeDt tllTOU?!! here last. TniirsilAV I enroute to California, Will Woosler Went UP to White- river this week to look after his , . . . business interests there. t -r t Jim Donolllie was accidentally , , , . . thrown from a horse last week aud :,.;J , ,,:i.'xu 11 lUJUred his arm quite badly, T i-niicti -i James an1 itobt bcott were down p ji T ' , , , , Irom Show LiOW t his week, attend- inrr i - iha el.mnin, r i L ' .. i l0S to the Shipping of their wool. ; T t , , . xiaj xciiiuri, vt uu lata oeeu ai Salt Lake Citv for some time, re- 1 , turned to his home at St. Joseph TTVwl 1 a.J. x , . - , Inspector General Boyle came ; ; f,m Ft. Apache Friday, and took the east-bound train for Ft. Wingate. I "Tex" Edmundson F. J Wattron's ! efficient clerk, has been quite sick the past week, but is at his post of duty again.'. Passengers over the Ft. Apache stpge line have made many flatter ing remarks in regard to the excel- ; lent service of the line. I Henry Essinger, representing the firm of Essinger & Judell. of Lis fgas was here Wednesday. He a'sO took in the towns along the St. Johns road. Wetzler Bros. have just received anotuer carioaa 01 1 ne famous noy- il 1 I 1 I t r,-n al Flush" Hour.- This flour is the best, and if you want pure, whole some bread, try a sack. A. C. Merrill, of ShowLow, while in town Thursday, told an Argus representative that he had freighted n the western country over forty J years. An old timer, sure, ' . , . , . , A crew of painters have been at ii, ; 1 r L j í work on the interior of the depot hs wfek; The walls have beeu kalsomined and t he woodwork rtninf- , . , . ed. a very gooa improvement. S. D. Woolsey, industrial teacher at the Whiteriver Indian school, passed through here Wednesday on his way to Arkansas, where he went on account of the sickness of his mother. Dr. Mary McKee,' who has been the resident physician at the Indian school at Keams Canyon, also post- j mistress for the past ten years has jbeen transferred to the ageucy at Coleville, Washington. Burton Mossman, manager for the Aztec company, was in town Sun- jday. Besides his other duties he is stock and hide inspector for this place, and take it all around Mr. Mossman is kept pretty busy. ' Tt. H. Clark started with a load for Keams Canyon, and only suc ceeded in making about 12 miies in two days. H. B. Gardner went out and pushed on the wheels, and they finally managed to get through. W H. Shipman, Beardsly, Minn., J-R H,,let made a triP t0 Snow flake this week. Sheriff F. J. Wattron had business at Winslow Tinm !?,y. Five, inches of snow is repo-ted to have fallen at. Pinetop Tuesday. Mrs. H. A. Pease and children ar rived from Albuquerque yesterday morning. A. C. Merrill and A. J. Merrill, of fore Justice J. F. Mahoney, at Wins Show Low, were visitors in town low Tuesday. rL was charged wit h this week. j stealing a hore from Frank Walhi e J. Y. Lee and Bert Hatch, of ; and selling to James Wiggins. Woodruff, were dowu to the capital j He was lleM to await the action of this weok. " j the grand jury, aud in default of m , j . . , , j a bail of S500 was sent to jail. Two carloads of gram were hauled -mot- to Apache this week for use of the Archie Parker, a young man who U. S. troops. has spent the past 3-ear and a half Mr. Edie of the firm of Barrup j at Snowttake, departed for his home & Edie, Albuquerque, was in town ' at Huutsville, Alabama, Tuesday. Wednesday. .' ; Mr. Parker came here for his health Santas Ortega and Frederick San ! and fi,,(ls himself greatly improved doval brought in their wool from af,er his short -sojourn iu Arizona's Concho Thursday. ' i wonderful climate. iiios. sunon, 01 u )3 Augeies was : Sutton, of Los Angeles was here Wednesday in the interests of j iU n;El.nn n..,.., n . j -i i r'lirlr ronratonllnrr C1M, 01- --larK, represonting Oliver man Bros, of Chicago, was interview ' e inrr rnr marnliantc 4lia n'aalr The residence of Mrs. Max Schus- ter at Albuquerque was broken into by burglars last Friday night. j Deputy Sheriff Joe Bargeman re-j turned recently from a prospecting trip in a section north of Tuba City, i Henry Huning, the Show Low sheepman, was down on business this week, and attended to the j . . i . . , shipping of his wool While at Albuquerque recently we met Bernard Schuster. He was just.returning from a trip to the east, and expects to go into business 'n El Paso iu the near future. H. B. P. Holliday, Ed. Crowe and Walter Paul, government employes, returned Tuesday from it. Apache, uere lhey have neel1 examining goverment surveys, -j. a. isievens drove them. , , . V Albuquerque, stopped over here , Tuesday on their -way home from j California. They were guests at Fred Wetzler's, who is a brolher-in-; law to Mr. Roseuwald. yv. ti. Arnos started tor Holbrook the other day on a bicycle, thinking he could make better time, but we understand that he was very glad to ! have an ODDortunitv to make most of ,h' tri.,:n a wa2T,n. 1 0 H. F. Solomon,' who has beeu clerking for Wetzler Bro3. for some time, ret urned to Solomonville Tues day. Mr. Solomon has some valu- able mining claims down that way which' he has a chance to dispose of. :Tho St. Joseph ball team were to have come over Sunday for a game with the boys here, but failed to make an appearance: Lee Savage, who seems to be authority, says the boys here are to meet anythiug in the county. You will notice a change in the make up of the Argus this week, which, in our opinion, is a decided improvement, and gives us much more room for home news which seems to be the matter the readers look for iu a local paper. A couple 'of ladiesj Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Campbell, were here this week, taking orders for enlarging pictures. They are from the east, and are taking in the sigrts as they go along, having visited t he petri fied forest Wednesday. ' We are very desirous of securing a live correspondent from every postoffice in the county, and will gladly devote one entire page to this matter. Anyone desiring to take up the work can feet terms aud instruc tions by writing this office. Pneumonia is one of the most dan gerous a.id fatal diseases. It always results from a cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold and perhaps prevent an attack of pneumonia. It is iu fact made especially for that ailment and has become famous for its cures over a large part of the civilized world. It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia. Can you atl'ord to neglect your cold when so reliable a remedy can be had for a trifle? For sale by F. J. Wat tron, Druggist. . . John T. Jones, of Dodge City, Kan., who, with his family, were old time residents of Holbrook, is in tlii vicinty buying cattle and sheep, lie represer.ts the Siege! S:inl,'rs Co., of largest west. Kansas City, :'-o!: COIlillliwioti Imusi' i;. -4-to ri. S. Fred:icks had a hearing be- He trains lrom the east were seriously delayed last week on ac- ! count of a landslide near the Raton jtuuuel. No 1" for Thursday and : Friday came in Friday night about j 6:30 iu two sections, and the tlyer I about an hour later, making things i J a... a r . ,1,rl- u'euw lul WRiTEra-DoiOmowtHU your new pen between your lips before you begin to write. Take your cheap steel pen, dip it in the ink, then hold it in the flame of a match for a few seconds, wipe it carefully, dip it into the ink again, and you have ' a pen that will make glad the heart within you. Try it. M. Soreusen, representing the Capital, published at ; Los Angeles, has been in this vicinity the past week iu the interests of that publi cation. He is giving the towns ; along the line a writeup to be puo- lished in the Capital. Holbrook j will be included provided the people i are interested enough ty put up. i ' We omitted to mention in our 'last ipsiie that at the republican VioLI af Wlhr.-inlr .V'UU1 J V'VUIV-UIIVU UAVUV J-J. W -f VU (X April 14th, the following gentlemen were elected as delegates to the territorial republican convention to be held at Phoenix. Aoril 30: F. W. Nelson, J. F. Mahoney, George Cannon, W. H. Clark, L. E. Divel bess, F. M. Zuck aud C. O. Ander son. The Kansas City market report of the 25th, shows as follows: Cattle, receipts 9,000, steady; native steers, $i.O0(iY$5.25; Texas steers, $3.75 $4.95; Texas cows, S3.40((4.10; na- ! tive cows aud heifers, $4.o0(f o.50; stockersand feeders, $3.00g.$5.27J; bulls. S3.00S5.10. Sheep 8300 strong. Lambs, .?3.35(g?7.00; muttons, $3.75g$5 25. o- When the pay escort were up from Ft. Apache the 12th, Captain f!nle verv kindlv showed and ex- plained the many features of one of!cf! V'here U is a" aílir ot hoJ,or the new Mauser pistols to an inter esting audience at Wattrou's drug store. It is one of the tinest pieces of machinery in the shape of a gun we have ever seen, being very sim ple in mechanism but accurate and effective in service. The' carrying case can also be usr d as a stock so it can be used as a rifle. It will penetrate a pine tree 17 inches, and in nearly all respects is equal it not better than most of the ritles now in use. -m Otto Korb, Grand Chancellor, K. P., Boouville, Ind., says, "De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve soothes the most delicate skin and heals the most stubborn ulcer with certain aud good results." Cures piles aud skin diseases. Don't buy an imitation. F. J. Watt ron. We believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best in the world. f A few weeks ago we suffered with a severe cold and a troublesome cough, and having read their advertisements in our own and other papers we pur - chased a bottle to see if it would ef feet us. It cured us before the bot tle was more than half used. It is t he best medicine out for colds and i coughs The Herald, Andersonville, Ind. For sale by F. J. Wattron, 1 Druggist. iíg; jJ cream Is a pure baking powder no alum, lime or ammonia. No acid but that from grapes which is pure, pleasant and healthful enters into Dr. Price's Baking Powder. Fruit acids are accounted by hygienists the most important of the elements of the food of man, and of these the acid of the grape is most prominent. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is not only the most effi cient and perfect of leavening agents, but owing to its constitu ents is likewise promotive of health. Note. PRICE BAKING POWOCH CO., CHICAGO. Kentucky Game Laws. Plain citizens may be shol from January 1 to December 31. Senators, governors and members congress may be shot during any political campaigu and within sixty days thereafter. Niggers can be shot at any time. Hunters in search of this game are also allowed to use a stuffed club or a butcher knife. If man is caught drinking - . . . ,, , wator it is a sign that he is no gen- . , , . , . tleman, sah, and may be executed ... J . , with whatever wpnnon is nearest, af. j han 1 the side and chest, glandular and j colonels may be shot with impnnth"."We;ínfT ,Uj ., ., i appb"nS Every bottle wrrranted. i J J ----- - ! o- is recuuiiiieiiueii jur uispaicuiui mar jors and captains. No man shall be allowed to kill in excels of six men per day. Iu luis uuiuucr iuty uo luvitvsou iu 103. Every citizen who does not tote the remains of his victim from pub lic sight within f irty-eight of the time the first volley was fired, will be fined one gallou of moonshine. Any cit izen who steps on another citizen's toos may .bo shot with the privilege of apologising-thereaíter. If a citizen leaves home half shot and is found on the street awhile thereafter, full of bjickshot, that is his fault and his relatives are not allowed to shoot rrore than seven teen suspects in their efforts to find the guilty person. Louisville Jour nal. . Mrs. Mary Boyer has a number of nicely furnished and comfortable rooms, which she will rent at reason-. able rates either by the day, week or month. Give her a call. In almost every neighborhood there is some one whose life has j been saved by Chamberlain's Colic, 1 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or who has been cured of chronic diarr hoea by the use of that medicine. oucn persons mane a point ot telling oí it wnenever opportunity otters hnm ncr r it sir ir mr tt t h a m aa na !.. J . Wattron, Druggmt. 5 There are many cheap baklnp powders made of alum. Liebig, the celebrated chemist, says that alum disorders tbe stomach and causes acid ity aud dyspepsia. A democratic county convention? ! for Navajo county is called to meet! at Holbrook, Saturday, May 12, to i elect six delegates to the territorial ! convention which meets at Phoenix ! may 23. j If troubled with rheumatism, give! Chamberiaiu's Pain-Balm a trial. It will not cost you a cent if it does ! no good. One application will re- j lieve the Pain. It also cures sprains uiiu uiuisea iu uuo-iuuu lut) Lime rw- ... , . . . quired bv any other treatmrnt. Cuts, . i u-i burns, frostbites, quinsy, pains in ' . . . , I'm Vri anrf hi I ota W .1 Wittrrtm Mike Greer, who has been attend ing the Jarvis Hall, a military school near Denver, returned home Friday i to spend his vacation. The school closed unusually early on account of sickness among the scholars. W. W.Mayhew, Mertori, Wis., says,! "I consider One Minute Cough Cure! a most wonderful medicine, quick; and safe." Jt is the only harmless1 remedy that gives immediate results.! It euros coughs, colds, croup, bron- chit is, gfippe, whooping cough, pneu-' monia and all throat and lung dis eases. Its early use prevents con sumption. Children always like it and mothers endorjse it. F. J. Wat-i tron. 1 Notice. On March 27, 1900,, the Indian Asent at Fort Aüache Indian reser-l ! vatioa received instructions from' , he commissioner of Indian affairs to K;vo notice (o stockmen having any1 stpcfc on the reservation to remove1 it at once, as a penalty of one dollar; per head will be collected for all; stock found on the reservation. The commissioner has decided that the) law applies to sheep, goats ane hogs as well as cattle, horses and mules.! Sheepmen cannot afford to risk Ion-! ! ger using any part of this reserva- ; tion ror n,intr rnr th. such a severe penalty would ruin' sFiii ... ü. S. Indiau Agent Whiteriver, Ariz , April 20, 10CO.