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Published in the best interests of Navajo County VOL..V, NO. 36. H0LBR00K, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1900. S2.50-PER YEAR r IB 1 TBW' ft ill AT . . . D. nrrirm. Santa Geltuk- ' TIME TABLE Effect July 1, 1900. WEST. EAST. Ao. . 7 40 a 5 45 r 10 00 a 5 50 a 10 30 p 8 SO a 5 00 a 8 23 a 3 00 a 12 58 a 11 35 p 11 24 p 11 16 p 10 40 p 9 42 p 8 42 p 7 18 p 5 55 p 4 20 p 1 40 STATIONS. No.l. 10 00 10 50 3 20 7 80 4 25 8 05 12 50 2 31 5 00 4 80 5 45 5 55 e 02 7 05 7 58 9 28 11 12 12 85 12 45 2 10 8 45 6 50 9 82 12 55 3 15 8 25 12 55 6 45 Lv... Chicago ...Kansas City Ar Denver Pueblo La Juntu ... Albuquerque Lv Grants Wingate Gallup .Nazajo Springs.., Holbrook Penzance ...Joseph City Winslow ...CaHon Diablo Flagstaff " Williams Lv Ash Fork Pacific Time. Solegman .....Peach Springs Kingman Ñeedles Bagdad Barstow. Ar Mojava Los Angeles San Diego San Francisco 111 25 a 8 35 a 4 19 a 2 in a 12 15 a 7 30 p 1 55 p 9 00 a 5 55 p 7 50 p 8 45 p 11 52 p 2 35 a 12 85 p Lv Ash Fork Ar 2 45 p Jerome Jc S 15 p Prescott 8 50 p Congress Jc 9 40 plAr Phenixl Lv Trains Nos. 1 and 2 is the regular Daily .Overland Express and runs every day in the year. This train is equipped to accomodate Jiassengers traveling on all classes of tickets. t carries Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars through from Los Angeles to Chicago, and also Yestibuled Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars. In addition to these it carries a Re olining Chair Car no extra charge being made for seats. The Grand Canyon of the Colorado, the Moqui Villages and the Petrified Forest in Arizona can be reached only via this line. Folders and descriptive books will be fur nished on application. JOHN J. BYRNE. General Passenger Agent, Los Angeles, Cal. H. L. RHODES, Local Agent, Holbrook. A. T. Arrioal and Departure of Mails. AST BOUND. Arrives. Departs 1 :33 p. m No. 2 1 :38 p. m 7 :00 a. m Ft. Apache. I 3 :80 p. m 5 :00 p. m St. Johns I 9:30 a. m 7 :00 p: m Youngs I 7 :OJ a. m 7 :30 a. m. Reams 8 :Ü0 a. m WEST BOUND. 5:45 a. m. 1 No. 1 I 5:50 a. m, Mail departs for Young Mondays and Thnrsdays and arrives Wednesdays and Sat urdays. Mail arrives from Eeams Canon Tues da Thursdays and Saturdays, and departe Mon. 'ys, Wednesdays and Fridays. " L. E DlVELBESS. Postmaster root St Jolas and Stage - Line. DAVID K. FDAiL, Proprietor. TIMS TABLE. Leave Holbrook daily Arrive Holbrook " fl:30 a. Pi 5:00 p. m PASSENGER FABB. Holbrook to Woodruff $1, to Concho $4:50, to St. Johns $5, to Springerville Return ticket Holbrook to Woodruff $1.50, to Concho $3, to St. Johns $10, to Springer ville $14. Missionaries half rate; must show their rede nt i ala. College students half rate. Fifty pounds of baggage allowed each passenger. EXPRESS BATES. 25c for all packages under 10Tb to any point. From Holbrook to Woodruff Ic per pound over 101b. From Holbrook to Concho 2c per pound over 10 tb. From Holbrook to St. Johns 2 per po.und over 101b. From Holbrook to Springervllle 3Uc per pound over 10tb. No more passengers or packages billed "dead head" unless :by special order from D. K. Udall. AH cash sent at owner's risk. All perishable articles shipped at owner's risk. 11 liquids liable to leakage or breakage shipped at owner's risk. Not responsible for loss or damage of live fowls and animals in transportation. Stop-over Privileges""0? .point on the line. Fifty pounds of baggage carried free for each full-fare ticket. GOOD MEALS AND ACCOMMODATIONS furnished at the Station and Woodruff. FIRST-CLASS CONVEYANCES, good teams, earefnl and accommodating drivers. EXPRESS CARRIED to all points along the line at low rates. For full particulars inquire of any of our agents or postmasters along the line. John R. HtHet, Agent, Holbrook. Pleasant Mey Stage Line Leaves Holbrook for Ileber ,aud Pleasant Valley Mqndatjs and Thursdays Passeusrrs aad Express at Low Rates... FINE MOUNTAIN SCENERY AND GOOD HUNTING; ALONG THE LINE. GOOD TEAMS AND COMFORT ABLE CONVEYANCES. WILL W00STER, Agt ' HOLBROOK, ARIZ. A Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone nendlng a Hkeirh and description may qutrkly ascertain onr opinion free whether an iiiTttntton tii irnbM ? pitcntt:le. Connnunlca innsaírictlvf onttdci'tiul. HtiifTookon Patenta in.L fr((. íH; .-.t ;)kT- icy for tífurintr patents. p uptiíf .ik". Thvmh Muru A Co. receive Jlitierícan. wMr-MLf SO YEARS' j . r.,, .'cf oeklr. I.ítreest clr- r- . . - - -C j ;nma.!. Terms, f3 a j .. .",)u. iinfirn, $!. Hdldbyuii nevtadeaier. üM l CQ.",Br"- Kew YorSi rwch Office. 6 F St.. Washiutlon, "Ji STOCK In order to Reduce our iTinENSE STOCK, and to make room for our New Fall Stock, we have decided to sell Everyth i ng at the Lowest Possible Price. Come Early and get Your Pick. Mail Orders Promptly billed. TENT CITY . AT , CORONADO BEACH OPENS JUNE 1, 1900, IN ADDITION to the peerless attractions of former summer seasons at Coronado Beach, the new and unique attractions of a Tent City is provided for those who choose the freedom of the Tent rather than the luxury of the Hotel -t- Excursion Tickets at Extremely Low Rates will be sold by the... SANTA FE ROUTE Sheep Brands. HENRI HÜXISG. Postoffice Show Low, Arizona. R autre Navajo and Apache counties. X7 Firebrand Triangle on left jaw. Eabmabkb. Overhalfcrop left, sharp - right. Sharp left, overhalfcrop right. Crop and overhalfcrop right and left. Swallowfork and two splits left, overhalf- ls" crop right. Crop and hole left, and. overhulf crop right. JOSEPH SPONSELLEB, PostofSce Taylor. Arizona. Range Silver and Show Low creeks and navajo county. Firebrand On right jaw. 8 Tarbrand i Earmark Swallowfork left for ewes, reverse on weathers ROBERT SCOTT. Postoffice Show Low, Arizona, Rang-e Show Low creek and Navajo county Firebrand I I On Tarbrand. right side I ' I of nose Also bar ( ) on right side of nose. Earmarks Swallowfork, underbit and over- bit left and split right for ewes, reversed for weathers. WILLIAM MORGAN. PoKtoffiee Show Low, Arizona. Range Show Low creek aud Navajo county Firebrand On Tarbrand left side of nose. Earmarks Crop and gSgSKJB overbit Ief tand crop anl un SViEÍ derbit right for ewes; reversed on weathers. JÍELSOJf GHOVER. Postoffiee Heber, Arizona. Range West Black Cuiion. Firebrand on nose. Earmarks Crop overcrop richt and split left for ewes, re- versed on weathers. LOKEXZO. K.VCA. Postoffiee Taylor. Arizona. Rtinge Navajo and Apache countess. Firebrand t... ucross right side of nose. 1 armark- A Earmnrk Y snlit in left for weathers, reversed for ewes. ' OWENS BROS. Postoffice Woodruff, Arizona. Range Heber and Little Colorado river. Firebrand I on iio.e. L Tarbrand Earmarks Un- ;iiIers'cme derbit left and right for ewes, reversed on weathers. City BARBER Shop, Louis Uxderwood, Prop. Honing and Putting Razors in Shape á Specialty , . . . All Work Guaranteed First-Class Shop ix Greer & Woods' Tlace -v DESiGNS ' 1 TRAO-WARKS Í 1SU . 53 una iurmibno ADV-i Notii CE AS TO PATENTABILITY FRI isotice in "Inventive Age t Book "How to obtain Patents" I Charge moderate. No fee till patent is secnr&d. ijetters strictiv connaenual. AaareBS, E. G. SiGGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, O.C. REDUCING Yours to serve, WETZLER BROS' THE LOCAL FIELD ... Adam Hanna had business in the county seat Wednesday. Mr. M. Adair was in -the county seat during the week on business. W. O. Gruivell and wife were in from Pleasant Valley during the I week. S. W. Young, of Young, Arizona, is in town this week laying in sup plies. J. P. Wimmer, J. Y. Lee, and C. F. Testerman were in from . Wood ruff Monday. Bert Mossman, manager, and Jas. Carrigan, shipper of the Aztec Co. were in from headquarters on Tues day. The county jail is filling up. Four unfortunates are now on hand await ing the action of the next grand jury. Hiram Willis and family came in from Snowflake and took out a load of freight for A. & B. Schuster on Monday. "Tej" Ecimundson tas recovered sufficiently to be on the street again. He still has a bad foot but is im proving steadily. Kev. P. A. Simpkins came down on Wednesday at the request of Mrs. Pease. Mr. Simpkins is always wel come in Holbrook. Mothers endorse it, children like it, old iolks use it. We refer to One Minute Cough Cote. It will quick ly cure all throat and lung troubles. F. J. Wattron. Harry Carty has gone to Prescott, in response to a request for his ser vices. He will be missed from Hol brook, but we hope he will gain by the change. Our best wishes go with him.. Louie Yuck Kee wishes to an nounce that he has purchased the restaurant business of Hong Sing, and is prepared to serve his custom ers in first class style. H. J. Bargman has returned from his trip to the Needles much im proved in health, and resumed his duties as deputy sheriff. We wish him a complete and speedy recovery. The Santa Fe Pacific offer the following low rates from Holbrook to Albuquerque, account of New Mexico Territorial Fair; $7.60 for the round trip. Tickets on sale Sept. 17 to 21, inclusive. The quicker you stop a cough or cold the less danger there will be of fatal lung trouble. One Minute Cough Cure is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results. You will like it. F. J. Wattron. M. McCarty has accepted a posi tion as ranger of the Black Mesa forest reserve and left on Wednes day to assume his duties. With such men as this the reserve is sure to receive adequate care. Mrs. J. H. McLaws was in from Si. Joseph during the week with fruits and vegetables fresh from the soil. Watermelons, plums, apples, green corn, and all sorts of good things are daily seen on our streets from both St. Joseph and Woodruff. The soothing and healing proper ties of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy, its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures, have mado it a great favorite with the people ev erywhere, For sale by F. J. Wat tron, druggist, The cinder train is working near Holbrook this week. These vol canic cinders make the best ballast in the world and the Santa Fe Pa cific will have a safe track when tho work is completed. Another inter esting feature of the vark is t hat Navajo Indians are employed to perform the common labor. .There's hope for any man who will work aud a few days honest labor .is. the best SALE! Items of Interest Picked Up By ARQUS Reporters In Holbrook and Vicinity. Dr. George P. Sampon has been up from Winslow twice during the week on professional business. Some. of the teachers of the Moqui Indian school are returning early in order to take in the snake dance, which it is said will take plací to morrow. Sunday-school will be held at two o'clock in the afternoon hereafter, instead of ten in the morning. Scholars and teachers will . please note the change. John L. Clark took his family and Mrs. John Conner to the mountains last Saturday. Mrs. Conner will visit her brother, Charles Allen baugh, before returning. In India, the land of famine, thousands die -because they cannot obtain food. In America, the laud of plenty, many many suffer and die liecause they cannot digest the food they eat. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat. It instantly relieves and radically cures all stomach troubles. F. J. Wattron. The announcement of the. Latter Day Saints Academy at Thatcher, Ariz., for the season 1900-1901 has reached us. With normal schools, universities, high schools, and sev eral private schools for academic in struction the youth of our territory haves,mall excuse for being satisfied with the earning of the common schools. The people of the Salt Eiver Val ley aré agitating the question of water storage. Out of the discus sion gooa results are sure to come to the people of that valley aud of the whole territory. It seems to us of the north that storage is a much quicker, more sensible, and more satisfactory solution of the question than antagonizing our stock inter terests. May success attend the ef forts of the promoters of the move ment! Flagstaff's summer races are to be held August 27, 28, and 29. The committees in charge have arranged a good program of horse races with liberal prizes. There will also be bicycle races, exhibitions of bronco riding, games, .and dances by Navajo Indians. Three days of good, clean, interesting sport are promised, and we have no doubt many of our citi izens will improve the opportunity to enjoy the cooling breezes and hospitality for which .the- Skylight City is famous. A large Rochester lamp in - the rear of F. J. Wattron's store fell Wednesday evening from its bracket to the floor and exploded. Mr, Lew Underwood, at considerable risk and some slight injury to himself, car ried the blazing lamp out and with the prompt help of the bystanders the flames were extinguished. The only damage was a slight charring of shelving and the burning of some curtains. Presence of mind and water thus made a trivial inci dent of what might have been a ser ious matter for Mr. Wattron and neighboring business men. Antonio Apache stopped here sev eral days on his way to the Moqui Snake Dance. Antonio is a notable example of what education will do for the Indian. An Apache of full blood, ho lias not lived with his tribe since babyhood. He isa grad uate of Yale and has . been in the employ of the Uuited States for many years. He has made several t rips to Europe, having just returned from the Paris Exposition, and speaks all "the European languages. While he has the features and the stalwart physique of the Apache, his dress, manners, and speech are those of the educnted,- cultured Am erican. .'Truly education of the JngEt jort is the solutionJ tho In jj NEIGHBORING NEWS jj "Woodruff. Miss Martha Walls has returned to her home at Snow Bake. Will Freeman aud Dane Kalchuer were on our streets the other day. Mesdames A. Turloy and Salina Smithsou returned from Snowfinke. where they have been visiting for some time. - Mr. Wimmer and sister -returned from Heber Sunday last. Miss Porter has returned to her home in St. Joseph. The citizens of this place seem to enjoy grape picking judging from the large crowds that leave town for Six Mile. That is where the grapes grow galore. Nick. Pinetop. There was a fine dance in Penrod hall last week given by Charles Cooley and the Duffon Bros. All had a nice time. Eph and Liona Penrod and Neph Packer returned home Friday from the salt bed. Messrs. D. L., D. I., Liona and Bert Penrod and John Adair aud family started to Salt lake Tuesday. Miss Stella Smithson has been visiting friends the past week aud went home this morning with her father. Miss Ann Hall is home from Wm. Amos,' and Miss Clara has taken her place. Mr. George Hall had the misfor tune to cut his leg with a pocket knife and bled considerably, but is getting along nicely. Mr. Smith of Snowflake visited here Suuday. St. Joseph. Hon. Jesse N. Smith and Mr. L. H. Hatch spent Sunday here. Mrs. J. E. Shelley, of Heber, was visiting old time friends in this place Sunday and Monday. Miss Smith, of Snowflake, and M iss Allen, of Tuba City, are in town. Miss Bushman has gone to Wood ruff. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Porter's infant is very ill. Messrs. Kartchner and Freeman, of Snowflake, had business here Sun day. Several young Holbrook bloods were in town Monday evening. Some of our farmers are making hay at Obed. Opal. TERRITORY NEWS. Labor Completed. The territorial board of equaliza tion at Phoenix completed its labors Wednesday aud adjourned. The board did not in any material man ner change its figures of the last uieetiug and the assessments will stand in all intents similar to the one of one year ago. The board is composed of good, reputable meu and it performed its lalxrs for the best interests of all concerned. hj Moffatt's flurderer Caught. Santiago Ortiz, tho Mexican who robbed and killed W. S. Motfatt, the storekeeper at . Harrisburg, Sat urday night, was captured todav at Joe Drew's, Culleus Wells. When charged with the crime he confessed and produced the spoils, $500 cash and two checks. Moffatt's head yas smashed to a jelly with a drill. Capital Completed. Tho capital of Arizona was last Saturday turned over to the capital site commission by t lie contractor, Tom Lowell, and is now tho prop erty of the territory. Mr. Lowell received the last itistailm-Mit of his contract, $117,200.21), aud left for his home in Texas. o Boring for Oil. Boring for oil is being doie at Jerome and Tempe. Arizona uet-ds new industries and it is to be hoped the pioneers in oil development will strike it rich. Psrdon Granted. Governor Murphy granted a pa role last week to Josidi Anderson, serving seven rears for th- murder of John M. Mullen at Gila Bend. During the civil war, as well as in our late war with Spain, diarrhoea was oue of the most troublesome diseases the army had to coutend with. In many instances it became chronic and the old soldiers still suiTer from it. Mr. D.ivid Taylor of Wind Ridge, Greene Co., Pa., is one of these. Ke uses Chamberlain's Colic, Choolera and Diarrhoea Rem edy aud says he Dever found any thing that would give him such quick relie1. It is f.-sale F. J. Dr. Price's Baking Powder is the true friend of all the people, ricfi arid poor alike. It supplies a pure, wholesome leavening agent, which makes the biscuit and cake of highest healthfulness at medium cost and protects the food from alum, which is the greatest dietary danger of the day. ' The foremost baking powder in all the world. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. Fair Purses and Medals. The executive committee of the New Mexieo Territorial Fair Associ ation holding afair in Albuqneroue Sept. 18 to 22, 1900, has agreed upon the following purses, etc.: First nnO Base ball Purse $350. prize, $250; second prize, Open to W Mexico, Arizona, and JM raso, J-exas, aud only one team to represent a town. Players must be bona fide residents of New Mex ico, Arizona, and El Paso, 30 days before the beginning of the fair. Entries close .Saturday night, Sept. 15, 1900. Foot Races Purse $00. First prize, 75 yards, $10; second, $5. First prize, 100 yards, $10; soc- ouu, eo. First prize, hurdle, $10; second, $5. Fat man's race of 50 yards (all must weigh 195 pounds and over), first prize, $5; second, $3. Boys' race, fifty yards, first prize, $5; secoud, $3. Tug-of-War Contests Purse, $58 if only two teams, best, two out of three pulls; if more thau two teams, say four, the winners are to pull for first prize of $35; second, $15. Rock Drilling Contests Purse, $50. Doubles, $35; singles, $15. Best Outside Booth Prize, $50. Appropriate diplomas to second aud third. Best Float in Trades' Display and Parade Purse, $50. Appropriate diplomas to secoud and third. Best decorated business house First prize, $15; secoud, $10. Best, decorated front window of business bouse First prize, $15; sec ond, $10. Cash prizes will also be given for tbe most ridiculous rig fa the parade and the most appropriate costumes at the Carnival ball. Handsome gold medals will be given to the juvenile cake walkers. Note. Managers of clubs and others, de siring to euter and compote are so licited to communicate at once with W. T. McCreight, President of the Fair, Albupiiirque, X M s. Isac Hibbard aud C. N. Cotton are overseeing tho work of the cin der gang this week. (Kir-it imblk-nt'on July 21 lu-t u.2S.) Satire for Publication. . Land Office at Prescott, Arizona, July 16, 1900. Notice is hareby given tliut he followlnx natned settler has tiled uoiice of bis inten tion to triake únal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore Clerk of the District Court, at Hol brook, Arizona, on August 27, 1900. "viz: Rafael Montano, of Taylor, Arizona, for the se'í &9.1Í, section 10, township 11 north, range 22 east. He luimos tlip following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, aud cultiva tion of, said laud, viz : Snabio Santiatovan, Femandls Baca, -licio-. P.aca, Gii:io Moutaiir", n"I iIruvlor. Ai'Íko 5í ' "JÍOTE. Alum 'baking powders are low priced, 8 .alum costs but two cents a pound; but alum is a corrosive poison ana it renders the baking powder dangerous to use in food Ho! For the Grand Canyon! The Santa Fe and Grand 'Canyon railroad is now in operation from j The railroad .under , -construction from Anitas Junction to the head f Bright Angel Trail on the rim of ' tQe Grand Cañón, a distance of 20 ' : l t 1 : i i -1 . t the raiiroadj the stai,e 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 daily 12:S0pm Arrives at Anitas Junction S:06pm Stage leaves Anitas Junction SHI0 p m arrives at Bright Angel 6:00 p ra " leaves Bright Ansel 1 :90 d m Train arrives at Williams 6:30 p m , Round trip from Williams to Bright Augel I 110.00 I From Flagstaff ! " Winslow 15.0 Holbrook 18.08- " Navajo Springs 2a.OO Gollup 25.0 H. L. Rhodes, Agent, Holbrook, A. T. You will never find any other pills j so prompt and so pleasant as DeWitts Little Early Risers. F. J. Wattron. For Sale A high bred young boar; will weigh 250 pounds not fat, but in good order. Also a lim ited number of White Leghorn chickens. Inquire of Frauk A. Zuck, Stone hotel. " You .assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. F. J. Wattron will refund your money if you are not satisfied after using it. It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only on that never fails. It is pleasant safe and reliable. ' 46 Notice to Voters. Notice is hereby given, that at a regular meeting of the bourd of supervisors of avajo county, Arizona, held at their office on the 2nd day of April, 1000. it was ordered that a re-registration of all the voters of Navajo count?, Arizona, be mode. Begister closes October 17, 1S00. Act No. 37, twentieth legislative assembly : See. 1. "No recorder, justice of the peace, or other officer authorized to register elec tors in any of the counties of the territory of Arizona, shall register or take the affidavit for the purpose of re-regUtration of any elector within this territory; unless "uch person desiring to be registered shall produce- and exhibit to the registering officer & receipt showing that he has paid a poll tax for the year in which he is registering. Sec. 2-, "This act shall not apply to any person who is by law exempt from the pay ment of. a poll tax. But in this event the person desiring -to register must make affi davit to the farts that entitle him nnder the law to an exemption from the payment of a poll tax. Seo. S. "Any of the registering officers enumerated in section 1 of this act, or any thnt may hereafter be qualiBed to register I elet-tors, who enters the name of any person upon tlis grout register of the county In which he is an officer, without requiring the person seeking to be registered to exhibit a poll tax for the year in which he is being registered, or taking the affidavit of such person showing he is exempt from the pay ment of poll tax. ihall be guilty of a misde meanor and subject to fine, upon conviction therefor, of not more than one hundred (JiOO) dollars or imprisonment in thevounty jail not less than thirty days nor more than txV days, or by both such fine and is. ritris.irnetit." A. V. Mr.iir tp.t-wb Í Clrrk of the Board of StiDervlaors rtf Kinmm Arizona Territory. jffSubscribe for the Argts. civilizer. '-ti on.