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2f. J. PEASE, Publisher Published in the best interests of Xavajo County VOL. V, NO 41, HOLBROOK, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1900. $2.50 PER YEAR anfaife Route TIMETABLE Effect July 1, 1900. WEST. No. 1. 10 00 p 10 5J a 3 20 a 7 30 a 4 25 a 9 05 p 12 50 a 2 31 a! 3 00 a (SO s 5 45 a! 5 55 a 6 02 a 7 05 a 7 58 a 9 28 a 11 12 a! 12 35 p 12 45 p! 2 10 pj 3 45 p 5 50 p 9 32 p 12 55 a 3 15 a 8 25 a 12 55 p 6 45 p 6 00 p 7 50 p 8 45 p 11 52 p 2 35 a KABT. NoTI" STATIONS. Lv. ...Chioago Ar 7 40 a 5 45 p .h misas City Denver '. ... .....Pneblo . . .La Junta . Albuquerque Lv Grants 10 00 a 5 50 a 10 30 p 8 SO a 5 00 a 3 23 a 3 00 a 12 58 a .UuUup 4 30 n! Nazaio Soriiiss . ..Holbrook 11 30 p Penzance ;11 24 p ..Joseph City ill 16 p ....Winslow 10 40 p .Canon Diablo 942 p ....Flagstaff 8 42 p .... Williams I 7 18 p 3 W p Pacific Time. 4 20 p 1 40 p 11 25 a 8 35 a 4 19 a 2 10 a 12 15 a 7 SO p 1 55 p 9 00 a .Kingman. .Needles. . . Rued ad. Burstow Ar Mojava Los Angeles. .. San Diego Sun Francisco. Lv ...Ash Fork Ar ..Jerome Jo 5 15 p 3 25 p 2 45 p 9 15 a 8 45 a Prescott Congress Jc Ar Plienix Lv Trains Nos. 1 and 2 is the regular Daily Overland Express and runs every day in the yeur. This train is equipped to accomodate passengers traveliug on all classes of tickets. It carries Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars through from Los Angeles to Chicago, and also Vestitmled Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars. In addition to these it carries a Re clining Chair Car no extra charge being made for beats. The Grand Canyon of tho 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. JUHN J. BYRNE. General Passenger Agent, Los Angeles, CuL H. L. RHODES, T ocal Agent, Holbrook. A. T. Arrical and Departure of Mails. EAST BOUND, Arrives. Departs 1 :S8 p. m 3 :30 p. m 9: SO a. m 1 :33 p. in. No. 2 Ft. Apache St. Johns 7 :00 a. m. S :00 p. m. 7 :00 p. in. 7 :30 a. m. YouugH 7:0i Keams I 8:00 a. m WEST BOUND. 5 :43 a. m. I No. 1 I 5:50 a. m. Mall departs for Young Mondays and Thursdays and arrives Wednesdays and Sat urdays. Muil arrives from Keams Canon Tues days. Thursdays and Saturdays, and departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. L. E Divelbess. Postmaster Holbrook St Johns and Spriipville Stage Line. DAVID K. I'DAIX, Proprietor. TIME TABLE. Leave Holbrook daily Arrive Holbrook " .9:30 a. m .5:00 p. in l-ASBENOKB FABK. Holbrook to Woodruff SI, to Concho Sl:50, to St. Johns 14, to Springerville Sd. Return ticket Holbrook to Woodruff 11.50, to Concho 18, to St. Johns $10, to Springer villU. . Missionaries half rate; must show their credentials. College students hnlf rate. Fifty pounds of baggage allowed each passenger. EXPRESS BATES. 25e for all packages under 101b to any point. From Hulbrook to Woodruff lc per pound over 101b. From Holbrook to Concho 2c per pound over lOib. From Holbrook to St. Johns 2lí per pound over lOtb. From Holbrook to Springervllle 3-3C per pound over 1011. No more passengers or packages billed "dead head" unless by special order from D. K. Udall. All cash sent at owner's risk. All perishable articles skipped at owner's risk. á 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 PriYilerjes0at0l point on the line. Fifty pounds of baggage carried free for each full-fare ticket. GOOD MEALS AND ACCOMMODATIONS furnished it the Station and Woodruff. FIRT-C .ASS CONVEYANCES, good teams, carefnl ai d 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. Hulet, Aqent, Holbrook. Pleasant Valley . Stase Line I Leaves Holbrook for Heber aud Pleasant, Valley Mondays and Thursdays Passe.nsMrs aad Expross at j Low Rates... FINE MOUNTAIN SCENERY j AND GOOD HUNTING I ALONG THE LINE. GOOD TEAMS AND COMFORT ABLE CONVEYANCES. WILL W00STER, Agt HOLBROOK. ARIZ. wvM&W4 60 YEARS- Vjff''g?& EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Witt. i wtaiwi'm "ff f t 11 Copyrights Ac. AnTono sending a sketch and description may O nick 1 y ascertain our opinion free whether aa invention is prohnbly patentable. Commanloa tons strictly confidential. Handbook on Patenta -nt free. Oldest acency for securing patent. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive ipetiol notice without chnrge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. I.anrest cir- dilation of anv scientific lourn&l. Terras, a year; mor montos, sl eoia Dy ail newsaeaiers. MUNN & Co.36'8"8 New York iDva 0oe. (Si f St.. Washington, VJ, - STOCK In order to Reduce our IfiriENSE STOCK, and to make room for our New Fall Stock, we have decided to sell Everything at the Lowest Possible Price. Come Early and get Your Pick. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. TENT C.TY AT . CORONADO BEACH OPENS JUNE 1, 1900. r N 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 or the Lent rather than the luxury of- the Hotel Excursion Tickets at Extremely Low Hates ivill be sold hy the... SANTA FE ROUTE Sheep Brands. HEN ELY HUN1-NG. Postoffice Show Low, Arizona. Range Navajo and Apache counties. Firebrand- Triangle on left jaw. Earmarks. Overhalfcrop left, sharp right. Sharp left, overhalfcrop riííht. Crop and overhalfcrop right and left. Swallowfork S! crop? right Crop and hole left, and overhalf crop right. JOSEPH SPOXSKLLEK. Postoffiee TayloK Arizona. Range Silver and Show Low creeks and Navajo county. Firebrand On I 8 right jaw. Tarbrand ( Earmarks Swallowfork left fcfr' for ewes, reverse on wsathers hiiif itfr ROBERT SCOTi. Postoffice Show Low, Arizona, Range Show Low creek and Navajo county leH Firebrand On of nose Tarbrand- right side Also bar ( ) on right side of nose. Earmarks Swallowfork, unilerbit and over- bit left and split right for ewes, reversed for weuthers. WILLIAM MORGAN. Postoffiee Show Low, Arizona. Range Show Low creek aud Navajo county i Firebrand On Tarbrand left- side of nose. Earmarks Crop and RPfVl overbit I left, and'erop an I un tarVdJ derbit j right for ewes; reversed on weathers. NELSON & GKOVER Postoffiee Heber, Arizona. Range West Black Cañou. Firebrand k on nose. IN Earmarks Crop overcrop right and split left for ewes, re- versed on weathers. LORENZO BACA. Po-itiuiceTaylor, Arizona.' Range Navajo and Apache counties. acrosrlght side of nose. Tarmark- Earmnrk Y split In left for , . weathers, reversed for ewes. ' OWENS BROS. Postoffiue Woodruff, Arizona; Ilauge Heber aud Little Colorado river. Firebrand I . . I on nose. L Tarbrand- . Earmarks Uu- derbit left and uderslope V 's right for ewes, reversed on weathers. City BARBER Shop, Louis Underwood, Prop. Honing and Putting Razors in Shape a Specialty . . . . All Work Guaranteed First-Class Shop in Gheer & Woods' Place PATENTS DESIGNS TRADE-MARKS ANJ COPYRIGHTS UnlAINtU ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY FREE V Notice in " Inventive Asre " Book Mow to obtain ratenta" f Charge moderate. No fee till patent is secured. E. G. SIG6ERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, 0. C í"Subscribe for the Arofs. 'and two ! overhalf- I REDUCING Yours to serve, WETZLER BROS' THE LOCAL FIELD.... tema Ed Garvin of St. Joseph was in : town Tuesday evening. A. E. Maupin is in from his trad- j iug post among the Navajos. i Brig. DuSin load out with some of i Uncle Sam's freight last Monday. ! Th Alhnm,rn,, fair ihi WBnU ' . j a. i aitracieu quite a numDer oí our citi zens. Hyrum B. Smith was one of the welcome visitors to all classes dur ing the week. Charles Kalin, manager of Wetzler Bros.' Navajo Indian trading store, came in last Saturday to replenish his depleted stock. To prevent consumption quickly cure throat and lung troubles with One Minute Cough Cure. F. J. Wattron. ; AUIUU1U AUHL'UC IIUIUCU OUIIUI1J from a trio to the Acache reserva-! A i i. .4 ,1 c 1 lion. He took the east-bound train Hon. N. O. Murphy was iu Wins for New York Monday night. I low Saturdav night, having come nW;.t' T.i.tla V.arl ftr I that far with his sou ho continued prompt, palateable, pleasant, pow-1 erful, purifying little pills. F. J. Wattron. The carpenter and bridge gang of the Santa Fe Pacific was here during the week raising the chutes of the stockyards to conform with the new grade of track and making other needed repairs. The Houck sheep are being run south of town about ten miles aud Chester Houck is frequently seen in Holbrook- holding interviews with our merchants that increase thtir pockets and gladness of heart. H. Z. Zuck and family returned to their former home at Tempe Thurs day. Judge B. F. Jackson will man age the affairs of the Arous until the return of Editor Pease, who is ex pected next week. IF your school district needs new seats, furniture, or school supplies of any kind, let me quote you prices before ordering elsewhere. All inquiries -cheerfully and promptly auswered. W. H. Clare, Holbrook. J. D. Houek returned Thursday from Kansas City, where he went to market a large shipment of sheep. Mr. Houck was delayed several days at Albuquerque because of washouts, but managed to get his stock to market in good shape. Burglars broke into the warehouse of A. & B. Schuster Suuday night and some Hour and canned goods were stolen. The ' amount of the loss is uncertain, but probably will not exceed $10 or $15. The mis creants left no clue to their iden tity. íítntinn Acrpnf. IT A r?hnf1is- anil fsunilir rolnrnoH f mm (California nn ! Tuesday, and Mr. Rhodes resumed j his duties Wednesday morning. Mr. j . George Andrews, who performed the duties of agent during the absence j (of Mr. Rhodes, went to Navajo to; j relieve the agent there. Lewis Underwood went to St. j Johns Saturday, returning Tuesday ! with Fritz Jeffries in custody. Jef fries is under arrest for obtaining property by false pretense from John Bushman of St. Joseph. Mr. Underwood had no trouble in locat ing his man and made a quick trip. Messrs. Abe Amos and Charles Cooley came in from the mountains ou Monday and took the east-bound train for Albuquerque, where' they will enjoy the fair. H. H. Scorse also w-ent in on the same train, and will combine business with the pleas ures of the festive week. Hon. Lorenzo Hubbel came in I Wednesday morning and after spending a few hours here wont to St. Johns to attend the Apache county Republican county conven tion. He will probably be one of Apache county's representatives in the territorial convention uext Mou daj. The work of raising the grade and putting the track in first-class con dition in the yards and vicinty of Holbrook is still being pushed with characteristic vigor by the Santa Fe Pacific. A large gang of Navajos have been here this week engaged in this work during the day and mak ing night hiieous with their so called singing. If you are not too sleepy it is wiered and interesting, but the language necessary to de- I scribe it if you are very sleepy is too bad to be published in a respectable ' family weekly like the Argus. SALE! of Interest Picked Up By ARGUS Reporters In Holbrook and Vicinity. Levi Savage and Bert Gravely 6peut Sunday at St. Joseph. Adolph Schuster went to St. Johns Saturday ou a short business trip. Frank and Mrs. J. W. McLa.v and Miss Josie of St. Joseph visited Mrs. Zilpha Mocney Saturday. John Blevins came in from the range and spent several days with his family this week. The Denver Specialists will be here next week, prepared to tren! ail diseases of men and women. Glasses fitted and eyes treated. Max Schuster went to Albuquer que Saturday night, and will spend the week there visiting family aud friends and taking in the fair. Bert Gravely returned from the mountains Friday of last week, He looks brown aud husky and had a j . . . , . B00 tlme b,,t ,s Klad to get b;n-k. east to enter school, lne governor returned to Phoenix Suuday. H. J. Messinger of Pleasant Valley traded- runs with McKelvey lat week and brought the mail from Heber and beyoud. Messinger is a jolly good fellow and everybody iu Holbrook is always glad to see him. He reports himself as prosperous as ever and haviug the usual amount of fun in Gila county politics. On account of the Democratic territorial convention September 10 and 11 the Santa Fe will sell round trip tickets to Ash Forks (or one fare, good till September 17. Excur sion tickets will be sold from Ash Forks to Phoenix and return for $11.80. For Republican convention September 24, the same rates will prevail on September ' 22: and 23; tickets good returning till the 20th. There were forty votes polled at the Republican primaries in this precinct last Saturday. There was practically no couiest for the hon ors and under such circumstances the size of the vote show that the Republicans are alive and interested. H. J. Bargman. Adolph Schuster. T. J. Egger, F. J. Wattron. John Couner, H. H. Sco-se and F. M. Zuck were elected as delegates to the county convention. COUNTY CONVENTION. Republicans Harmonious and a Very Strong Ticket Nominated. The Republicans of Navajo county held their convention at Winslow Thursday. The convention was called to order by J. F. Mahoney, chairman of the county' central committee. A per manent organization waft effected with J. F. Mahouey as chairman j and Will Wooster secretar'. The committee on credentials reported ! thirty-five delegates preseut aud by ! proxy. Nominal ions for t he various county offices resulted as follows: Council Colen Campbell. Assembly Bun on E. Mossmau. Sheriff J. H. Barguiau. Treasurer F. M. Zuck. Recorder Smith D. R gars. District Attorney F. W. Nelson. Probate Judge Dr. J. S. Wolford. Surveyor J, E. Porter. Supervisors- -L. E. Divelbess J.H.Willis. and Delegates to tho territorial con . Ma- veution are as follows: J. F honey, E. C. Reed, Julius Lesser, F. W. NeUon, J. H. Bargmau, F. M. Zuck aud W. H. Clark. 1 he central committee as organ ized was re elected to serve the eu suing two years, c. M. ZiUcK sigued as a member of the committee and Homer F. Bustimau was elected to till the vacaucj'. The following were appointed to act as committeemen of their sev eral precincts: F. J. Wattron, John Bushman, T J. Hesse r, R Bauerbach, J. H. Woods, H. A. Hatch, J. H. Willis, E. T. Hatch, H. Huning, R. Scott, George Bryan, J. E. Shel ley, C. E. Burton, J. W. Kennedy. The convention was perfectly har monious, all nominations being made by acclamation, with a spirit of en thusiasm and earnestness on the part of the delegates that augur well for the success of the ticket at the polls on election day. Pincdalc. J Lars Peterson was on our strett Mouday. Hh expects to move to Linden soou. Mrs. Frank R.iuisey returned from W oodruil bat u relay, where she had been visiting relatives. Jack Evans and wifo came up from Taylor Saturday and returned Sun day, accompanied by Mrs. Joe Xlc Clevo. A fair for the primary school chil dren will be held at the schoolhouse Friday, September 21. School opened Monday, with Mr. Fowler to "teach the young idea how to shoot." J. B. Pruett and Reed Tenny are keeping "bachelor hall" in the Tenny house. Wild Bill. Ta' lor. Mr. a;:d Mrs. iris!ow from the Vertie came here ou a visit Wtdties- day to her father, J. S. Jom-3. George Bryan has puivhased t he ; homestead of J.G.Myers and has! beeu iu towu several das st-t;l;ug' up aud turning over cattle. Mr.! Myers will go to tho St. Joseph ' country with his cattle. J. Q. Readhead came down f rom ; Lindt " Sat unlay ant! met Mrs. Bart lett oT Winslow. who will li ai'ii a Linden this winteF. They d-pane ; for that -laa- Sunday. A son was It. rn to Mr ni.d Mrs. Charlie Readhead September 16.; Mother aud child are doing well. Mrs. Mary Brewer of Pmedale is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Lewis. Charlie Rendhead returned from Fruitland Monday e-e:i' C. C. Bryant Miuued from' Springerville Monda'. John Lewis has gone to work for Mr. Lougmore. Bert Allen has been driving tho i . stage for the last few days. P. M. ! St. Joseph. Tho quarterly conference . con vened at l his place September 8fc9 aud 10. Suowflake, Taylor aud Wood j ruff were well represented aud sev- eral came from far away Tuba City, I iu Cocouino county. An entertainment was given Sat urday evening and the young people enjoyed themselves in a dauce Mon day evening. H. M. Lanner, S. M. Porter and Jesse Bushman eae.h made a trip to Winslow this week, taking with them loads of fruits, melons and vegetables. Bishop Peterson of Pinedale, L Harris of Shumway and 1 liornas Shelley and sisters of Heber were among those iu attendance at the conference. Mr. Johnson took his departure for Utah ou the 11th iust. David Despain was thrown from a horse, landing upon his head. He was iusensible for au hour, but ap pears to have sustained no serious injury. Opal. Woodruff. Will Dewitt has goue to St. Johns ou business. Ammou Teuny, Jr., is spending a few days iu towu visitiug old ac quaintances. Miss Smithson is spending a few days iu Holbrook. The families of Messrs. Russell and Clareuce Owens were both made happy by the arrival of additioual members. B. F. Duffin Suuday in town. Nick, SnowlLike. Dr. J. S. Wolford and N. Miller went to Winslow to aiteud the Re- j publican convention. I School started Monday with five; teachers :...d a largo attendance of I Poisonous toadstools resembling ! pupils from this and neighboring mushrooms have caused frequent t)Wlia j .at hs t his year. Be sure to use only ' . . . ItliH trenuine. Observe the same Bishop Jonu Hun', .Paul hmitli and Miss Eden Adair started for j vi(ch Hazel Salve. There are pois , Utah Wednesday. joll)US counterfeits. DeWitt's is the ! Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith had a' only origi.ial Witch Hazel Salve. It ' baby boy born to them Friday. l is a safe and certain eure for piles Mrs. Lois Bushman is up from St. Joseph visiting. Wesley Palmer and wife and S. M. Porter of St. Josoph spent Sun ' H.-iv -here. - 1 J re-! Mrs. uo'vona vt Hippie ano raiu.iy ' were visitiug-.herea.few da3's. Mesdames Decker, Shumway and several other Indies from Taylor were in attendance at the primary fair last Friday. Jens Hansou has been down from Showlow for several days. L. Perkins spent Sunday here. S. F. Smith will teach school at Woodruff this year. s canffh. lia.if. UalT. koiis-h or kauirh. but the only harmless remedy that quickly cures it is One Minute Cough Cure. F. J. Wattron. CREAM In Use the most Economical Greater in leavening strength, a spoonful raises more dough, or goes further. - Working uniformly and perfectly, it makes the bread and cake always light and beautiful, and there is never a waste of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs. With finer food and a saving of money comes the saving of the health of the family, and that is the greatest economy of all. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. The Navajo County Bank . -.(INCORPORATED.) . A GENERAL BANKING-BUSINESS DONE. EASTERN AND WESTERN EXCHANGE SOLD AT ALBUQUERQUE RATES. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. TOUR BUSINESS SO LICITED. LOCAL DEPOSITORY FOR SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY- WINSLOW, n OXVEItfUI, CUltE of liiarrhoea A PROMINENT VA. EDITOR Had Almost Given Up, But Was Brought Hack to Perfect Health I5y Chamberlain's Col ic, Citolera and Riarrhoea Itemed'. READ HIS EDITORIAL. From the Times, Hiüstile, Ta. I suffered with diarrhoea for long time aud thought I was past being cured. I had spent much time aud money and suffered so much misery that I had almost de cided to give up all hopes hopes of recovery ana await tne result, dui J - .' noticing the advertisement of Cnam - berlaiu's Colic, Cholera and Riarr hoea Remedy aud- also some testi- i mouials stating how some wor.der and sou Archie spent j fui OIirBS had been wrought" by this remedy, I decided to try it. After taking a few doses I wa entirely well of that trouble, and I wish to say further to my readers aud fellow sufferers that I ?m a hale ana hearty man today aud ever did in my I ft-el as well as I lifu. O. R. Moore. ! For sale by F. J. Wattron, Druggist upn vo gk for DeWitt's and all skin d'seases. F. J. Wattron. Large sun spots, astronomers say, caused I he extreme heat this sum mer, and doctors declare nearly all the prostrations were induced by disorders of the stomach. Good health follows digestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digrsts what you eat. If you have indigestion or dys pepsia it will quickly relieve and permanently cure you. F. J. Wattron. The emergency bags sent by a church society to Kansas soldiers in the Philippines contaiued arnong the necessities a box of DeWitt's Witch' Hazel salve, the well-known ciire for piles, lujuries and skin dis- I eases. The ladies took care to ob- taiii the original DeWitt's Hazel 1 Salve, knowing that all counterfeits j are worthless. F. J. Wattron. The Anors is 2.50per year Sabe? Notb. Many mixtures, made in imitation of baking powders, are upon the market. They are sold cheap, but are dear at any price, be cause they contain alum, a corrosive poisoa. ARIZONA. Ho ! For the Grand Canyon 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 Augel Trail on the rim of the Grand Gafiou, a distance of 20 miles. Pending the completion of the railroad, the stage will meet the t rains at Anitas Junction and-carry Dassensrere to the- bote! near the ?! head of Bright Angel Trail. The time schedule bet ween Williams and Bright Angel is as follows:' Train leaves Williams daily 12-.S0 p m Arrives at Anitas Junction 3:00 p m Stage leaves Anitas Junction 9:00 p m " arrives at Bright Angel 6:00 pro , 'DnKii.Boi . Train Arnvpn Bt Williams n:30 D m ! ROUI1d trip from Williams to Bright Angel From Flagstaff " Winslow...... Holhrook ..12.50 15.00 19.00 Navajo Springs 2.00 " Gollup 25.00 ii. l. ttHODEB, Agenz. Holbrook. A. T. Notice to Voters. Notice is hereby given, that at a regular meetine of the board of supervisors of j Navajo county, Arizona, held at their office ' on the 2nd day of April, 1900. It was ordered that, a re-registration of all the-voters of Navajo county, Arizona, be made. Register closes October 17, 1900. Act" No. 37, twentieth legislative assembly . Sec. 1. "No recorder, justice of the peace or other officer authorized-to register elec tors in any of the couaties of the territory of ! Arizona, shall register or take the affidavit j for the purpose of re-regUtration of any elector within this territory, unlets uch person desiring to be registered shall pro duce aud exhibit to the registering officer a , receipt showing that he has paid a poll tax , for the year in which he is registering. I Sec. a. "This act shall not apply to any ' person who is by law exempt from the pay i meut of a poll tax. But' in this event the ' person desiring to register must make affi ; davit to the facts that entitle him under the ; luw to an exemption from the payment of a . poll tax. Sec. S. "Any of the registering officers enumerated in section 1 of this act, or any j that may hereafter be qualified to register i elector, who enters the name of any person j upon the great register of the connty I j which he is an officer, without requiring the i person seeking to be registered to exhibit a j poll tax for the year in which he is being I registered, or taking the affidavit of such ; person showing he is exempt" frr m the pay- ment of poll tax, tholl be guilty of a misde meanor and subject to fine, upon-conviction therefor. -of not' more' than one hundred' (1100) dollars or imprisonment in the county jail not less than thirty days nor more thau sixty days, or by both such fine and im prisonment." A. F. McALLIHTtK, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Navajo Count , Arizona Territory. I First publication Mst 12, 1900.