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IIoLBROOK, AkIZONA. By II. A. 1'case. rCntered at the postofflee at Holbrook, Ariz., us second-class mail matter. OÍ't'lOIAL. DIHECrOBY. OOKQHES8IOXAI C('nrrRKSinnn J .r vv'iison Preseott BXKCUT1VE DSPA ü'i'MLSI. Governor S. O. Murphy Preseott Secretary .'. .C. H. Alters Pheuix Auditor U. W. Viclier Preseott Treasurer 'f. PomLeiUm l'lionix Atty-Geu C. F. Ainswortli Pheuix Supt. Pub. Inst K. b. Lous Pheuix jirmciAL obpabthbnt m.'vuuMB oouaít. Chief Juutice Webster Street. ...PhoniA Associate J ustice.. .. K. E. Sloan Preseott " " .....F. 11. Doun Florence " " (J. R. Davis Tucson Clerk T, S. iirindell Pheuix U.S.Marhnl W. M. (ii-ithth Tucson Ü. S. UUt-Atty E. . Murrisou ...Preseott DIHTKICr OOUKT, VOUKTH JUDICIAL DI8TKICT. J udge K. K, Sloan Preseott Clerk W. H. Woods Holhrook NAVAJO COUNTY. Sheriff J. W attron Uudor-tiheiitf .Joe Uarmnati Probate J udure B. F. Jacksou District Attorney W . H Burbut'o Reeorder A. F. McAllister Treasurer J. H. Kicbards Ex-otlicio Tax Collector J. H. Kicbards UOAKD C 8UVKHVISOBS. t.. E. Bivelbess Chairman J. 5. V.'ooda oleniber John Hunt ... A.i". McAllister Clerk Arrical and Departure of Hails. KASX BOUND. Arrlvei. Departs l:3Sp.m.. No. 2. l:S8p.m 7:00 a. m. I 5 Ft. Apache I 8:80 p. m 8:00 p. in. It. ..St. Johns I 930 a. m 7:00 p. ni. I Youngrs 7:00 a. m 7:30 a. m. 1$. Keams I 8:00 a. rn WEST BOUND. 5:45 a. m. ! ..No. 1 I 5:50 a. m, Mail departs for loans Mondays and Thnrsdays and arrives Wednesdays and Sat urdays. Mail arrives from Keams Canon Tues days, Thursduys and Saturdays, and departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. L. B DIVELBESS. ' Postmaster PROFESSIONAL CARDS. - G. S. REED, H. D. KCLECTIC PHYSICIAN, (Office Boyle Residence.) HOLBROOK, . ARIZONA. J. S. W00LF0RD, M. D. PHYSICIAN & 6ÜBGKON, 8HOWILAKB ARIZONA. B. F. JACKSON, ATl'OBN EY-A T-HiA W , (Probate Judge, Navajo County.) All business promptly attended to. HOLBBOOK. - ARIZONA. W. H. BURBAGE. ATTO KNKY-AT-LAW. WINSLOW ABIZONA. R. E. MORRISON. ATIK) R N KY-AT-LAW,. (United States District Attorney.). Preseott, Arizona. A.'F. NcALLISTER, NOTARY. PUBÜC, and Conveyancer. HOLBROOK. - - ARIZONA. a -CHALCEDONY LODGE NO. 0, F. & A M., Holhrook, Arizona. Uegriilar stated communications at 7 :30 p m. on Fourth Saturday of eaeh ' x month. VisitinfcT brethren invited. By order of F. M. ZUCK. W. M. FRED WETZLER. Secretary. CniXRCH 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 U -.00 and evening at 7:45.Sunday school at 10:00 each Sunday. Kxv. P. A. Siupkins, Pastor. BO YEARS "Jaf tAfCKicnoe Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Anvone ftendlng a sketch and description may Stttckly ascertain our opinion free whether an fnvsntion Is probably patentable. Comnmniciw lions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. OMest ssency for securing patents. Patents taken throuch Munn & Co. receive $pecial notice,- without chnrge. in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. culatton of btit Bcientitie lonrnul. ye fr : fnar months, &L Sold brail newsdealers. Terms, a KUNNSCo.36,Broa,N8wYorSi Branch Office. 25 V Washington, D. C. Ho!' For the Grand Canyon I The Santa Fe and Grand Canyon railroad is now in operation from Williams, Arizona, to Anitas Junc tion, Arizona, a distance of 47 miles. The railroad is under construction from Anitas Junction to the head of Bright Angel Trail on the rim of the Grand Cañón, a distance of 20 miles. Pending the completion of the. railroad, the stage will meet the 'trains at Anitas "Junction and carry passengers to the hotel near the head of Bright Angel Trail. The time schedule between Williams and Bright Angel is as follows: Train leaves Williams dally 12 :80 p m Arrives at Anitas Junction 3:00 d m Stage leaves Anitas Junction 3:00 p m " arrives at Bright Angel 6:00 pm " leaves Bright Angel 1:80 pm Train arrives at Williams (:80 pm Hound trip trom Williams to ttrtgnt Angel ' tio.oo from Flajystaff 12.50 ". Winslow 15.00 Holbrook 19.00 " Navajo Springs 23.00 Gollup 25.00 H. L. Rhodkh. Agent, Holbrook, A. T. Spent a Good Farm Doctoring. Mr. A. N. Noell of Asherville, Kan., says he spent a good farm doc toring himself for chronic diarrhoea but got no relief and was afraid that he must die. He chanced to get hold fi bottle of Chaulwrlain's CoKc, Cholera and Diarrhoea -Remedy and 'w? permanently cured by i fc. For alo by F. J. Wattron, dmg- r .'ji 'I National Repablicao Ticket For President WILLIAM McKINlCT, of Ohio. For Vice-President THKODOBK ROnSBVEI.T, of New York. Even Mr. Atkinson has protested agaiustthe silver plaukof the Kan sas City platform. Col. Bryan must feel lonely indeed, as his allies do sort him ou by one. Ouly Aguin aldo seems now to be left. This is a bad time for withdraw ing troops from the Philippiue3. The rebels have at last realized that Uncle Sam is a bull dog fighter and will hold on until he wins, and they are getting ready to try amnesty and peace. It would be a thousand pit ies to encourage them now in the be lief that he is obliged to withdraw his soldiers for use elsewhere. First Bale of Cotton. San Patricio County looms up in front again in 1900 as it did in 1899. The first bale of cotton of the seas on of 1900, the first for Texas, the first for t he United States, Was billed out ou Wednesday and went by ex press to H. & H. Beer of New Or leans who bought it for 12 cents per pound and who gave in addition a $50 premium. It weighs 564 pounds hence $120 and $50 will be paid the growers who are N. G. Borden of Sharpsburg, Jas. McKeown Jr., Chas. O'Docharty, and J do.- Donahue of San Patricio. This baléis two days earlier than San Patricio county's first bale of 1899, which was donated to the Brazos flood sufferers. The law holds both maker and circulator of a counterfeit equally guilty. The dealer who sells you a dangerous counterfeit of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve risks your life to make a little larger profit. You can not trust him. DeWitt's is the only genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve, a well known cure for piles and all skin diseases. See that your dealer gives you DeWitt's Salve. F. J. Wattron. Order of Sale of Real Estate. IN TH3 PROBATE COURT, OF THE COUN TY OF NAVAJO, TERRITORY OF ARI ZONA. In the matter of the estate of Thomas Adair, deceased Order of sale of real estate. Moroni Adair, administrator of the estate of Thomas Adair, deceased, having on the 20th day of May, lflOO, presented to the Pro bate Court, and filed herein his petition in due form, verified by oath, praying for an order authorizing him to sell so much and such parte of the real estate belonging to the estate of said deceased, for purposes therein stated: Said matter coming on regularly to be heard this 26th day of July, 1900, and upon due proof to the satisfaction of the Court of the due publication of a copy of the said order to show cause, as required by law and the order of this Court, and all and singular the law and the premises being to the Court understood and fully considered, whereupon it is Ordered, Adjudged and Decreed, That said Moroni Adair, administrator of the estate of the said Thomas Adair, deceased, be and he is hereby authorized to sell either in one parcel pr in subdivisions, as the said Moroni Adair shall Judge most ' beneficial to said estate, the real estate belonging to said es tate, hereinafter described, at private or public sale, to the highest bidder upon the folio wing terms, to-wit : For cash, or half cash and balance of payment secured by approved security, said sale to be made on or after the 15th day of August, 1900. The following is the real estate hereby authorized to be sold, being situated in the said county of Navajo, territory of Arizona, and bounded and described as follows, to wit : The southwest quarter 04) of section numbered twelve (12), in township numbered ten (10) north, range twenty-one (21) east. Gila and Salt River Base lins and Meridian survey. Done in open Court the 26th day of July, 1900. B. F. Jackson, Judge of Probate Court. A true copy. Attest, B. F. Jackson, Ex-Offlelo Clerk of the Probate Court, Navajo County, Arizona Territory. PROCEEDINGS. OF The Board of Supervisors -OF- At VAJO CO UXTY. Office of Board of Sctervisohs, ) Navajo Countt, Arizona, Holbrook, July 18, 1900. ) Pursuant to adjournment made the 7th inst, the Board of Equaliza tion met this date at 9 a. m.; present L. E. Divelbess, chairman; John Hunt, member and A. F. McAllister, clerk; absent, J. X. Woods, member. In the matter of the following assessments which have heretofore been considered, and having been satisfactorily shown to the Board that changes iu valuation should bo ruad ia the equalizod assessments, it is hereby ordered that the follow ing changes be entered upon the 1900 assessment toll, namely: Owens Bros, rednofd on sheep $1 000 Jas C Oweus, reduced on horses I Clark Owens, rcducr-d 10 on organ 10 Flake Bros, reduced ou wagon 30, harnesses 20, mower 25, library 25,lot 1, blk 2, 25, improve ments óCO C2o C. F. Gardner, reduced on horses 80, organ 15 95 J D Smithsou reduced ou improvements 100 Allen Frost, reduced oh lot 25 Smith D Rogers, reduced on horses 30, household goods 25,improvemtsl0ft John A Freeman, reduced organ 20, household goods 25 151 45 N Miller, reduced on st'k of guods 25, organ 15, household goods 10.. . . CO 20" Senobio Santistevan, re duced on horses The Board now takes a recess un- til 1:30 p. m. 1:30 p. m. Board convenes. J. X. Woods, member, absent. Matter of equalization continued as follows, namely: Lessor & Sawyer, reduced on stock of good3 1 500 John W McLaws, reduced on horses 300 F T LaPrade, reduced on land 325 Geo A Wolff, reduced on land 537 John Bushman, reduced on land 122 50 H F Bushman, reduced on laud 57.50, on im provements 100. 157 50 H M Tanner, reduced on land ..." 212 50 J C Hansen, reduced on land 125 F A Zuck, reduced on lots 250 George Scott, reduced on improvements 100 Aztec Land and Cattle Co., reduced on 2,500 head stock cattle 30,000 on 300 head of stock horses 3,000 33 000 W II Kay, reduced on horses 22 John Pruitt, reduced ou horses 30 Ralph Ramsay, reduced on tools : í0 ! On motion Board adjourned until July l&th at 9 a. m. L. E. Divelbess, Attest, Chairman. A. F. McAllister, Clerk. July 19, 1900. 9 a. m., pursuant to motion of ad journment, the Board of Equaliza tion met this day. Present L. E. Divelbess, chairman; John Hunt, member; absent J. X. Woods, mem ber. Minutes of last meeting read and adopted as read. ' - : The Board then resume the busi ness of equalization this 9 a. m., as follows: A & F Ellsworth, reduced on wagon 20 100 100 recess Mrs. A. M. Boyer, reduced on improvements F A ' Zuck, reduced on lots The Board then takes until 1 o'clock p. m. Board convenes this 1 p. m. Band Dagg Mer Co, re duced on stock of gds 1 500 Cameron & Nicolaus, re duced on sheep 2 000 On motion the Board adjourns until 9 a. m. July 20, 1900. This 9 a. m. the Board meets pursuant to motion of adjournment, preseut L. E. Divelbess, chairman; John Hunt, member; J. X. Woods, member, absent. . The Board then proceeds to the matter of equalization, as follows: C F Perkins, reduced on stock cattle Wetzler Bros, reduced on stock of goods Julius Wetzler, reduced on sheep . The Board then takes 144 500 400 recess until 1 p. m. This I p. m. the Board convenes and the following changes made: Clarence Morrow, reduced on sheep... 1 000 Sadie Briscoe, reduced on household goods.' 175 J E Porter, reduced on sheep 2 000 - No further business appearing be fore the the Board, on motion, they stand adjourned until Aug. 21, 1900, at 9 o'clock a. m. L. E. Divelbess, . Attest, . A.F. Chairman. McAllisteh, Clerk. DtWitl'sLittlo Early Risers are' famous little pilh for liver and; bowel troubles. Never gripe. F. J. j Wnt t ron. I pLEASANT yALLEY STAGE LINE leaves HOLBROOK FOR HCBER ANO PLEASANT VALLEY MONDAYS and THURSDAYS PASSENGERS AND EXPRESS CAKRIKb AT LOW RATKS Fine Mountain Scenery and Good Hunting along the Line Good Teams and Comfortable Conveyances WILL W00STER, Agent Holbrook, Arli. Holbrook Ft. Apache . . STAGE LINE. KHOTON. ft CO., Proprietor. THROUGH TO FORT APACHI In 24 boors. Best ol Equipment GRAND MOUNTAIN SCENERY. Stop overa can be mads at Snowflake, Taylor, Show-Low, Pine-Top and Cooley's Ranch. 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