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HOLBROOK, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1900. $2,50 Prrt YEAR Cheaper than. -Chicago Catalog Houses ,ving bought an immense stock of Ready-made lng, Ladies' Silk Skirts, Capes and a good other items, too numerous to mention, way the regular cost, we are selling them at never before heard of in this county. WETZLER bros:, THE LOCAL FIELD.... Items of Interest Picked Up By ARGUS Reporters In Holbrook and Vicinity. I Chinaware at Wooster's. thing pretty; not expensive. Some- 1 1 Mr. J. L. Clark, came iu last Sun day from the Forest Reserve, for a , few days visit wit h his family. LEADERS OF LOW PRICES. I Jesse DeWilt, while riding a horse Sunday, had the horse fall on his foot sprainsng it quite badly, but do ' not think it will prove serious. teJKou 5Cy 1 TABLE 00. 10,1900. EAST. ITIOXS. No. 2. Icago aa Cit.v enver ueblo : Junta jtiuerque. .. irutit , ntyate iiillup 0 Spring. ... .Ibrouk rizante ph City iuslow n Diablo ... .Hjrstatf üliams...... h b'ork. .... Ho llB'i. egman il Sprinsr-.. -indinan eeriles afilad irstow lujava Angeles Diego Francisco. . . ..Ar .Lv 7 40 5 IS p ' 10 00 a 5 50 a 10 80 p 8 30 a 5 00 a S 23 a 3 00 a 12 58 a 11 SO 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 p 11 25 a 8 85 a 4 19 a 2 10 a 12 15 a 7 00 p 12 50 p 9 00 a The Navajo County Bank (INCORPORATED.) A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. EASTERN AND WESTERN EXCHANGE SOLD AT ALBUQUERQUE RATES. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. YOUR BUSINESS SO LICITED. LOCAL DEPOSITORY FOR SANTA FE RAILROAD COMPANY. WINS LOW, - -' - ARIZONA. The most effective little livor pills made are DeWitts Little Early Risers. They never gripe. F. J. Watt ron. Don't use any of tho counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel salve. Most of them are worthless or liable to cause injury. The original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is a certain cure for piles, eczema, cuts, scalds, burns, sores and skin diseases. F. J. Wattron. NEIGHBORING NEWS I Our freii-' for Unc' ers ara busy hauling Taylor, J. B. Fruett was down fror dale Monday and took in t' George Bryan Tuesdav and ret rr-'iQPy is borne and wife were in tows . iheir way to Conference. I A social party was given at Lucy U- 77 T-1 , li ' imagers x iiaiiKsgivmg eveiuug. dance. . . 1 ' , They will spend the winter at Wins Wednesday. I w . dance where she agai n has beeu G. E. Andrews, position of day who has held .t 1 operator her several years, and A. B. J- ' , . i . . , gued their night operator, have rr ... , ..o leave tomor- positions and expec ,r r .ias accepted a po row. Mr. Jame , ,, . , ... . -on and Mr. Andiews sition at Tr ,. . . , panv uim that lar. isoiü was givfii at the hall evening. Those present Col. M. H. McCord, manager of the Phoenix Gazette, was from a horse Wednesday thrown : w will ácco' of th:y i leave a to learn ULondav seemed to enjoy themselves. Leonard Jensen is homftTrom Pinetop, where he has,tn'workiiig at C. L. Strait ottV-gaw mill for some time. , Elmer Kay returned home Wed nesday from Fruilland, New Mex. host of friends ! and surrounding country, whore he of their mormup' at his rauch near Phoenix aud v j his left arm broken. He will out j attending to business in a cW a5s j however. i A more than sually larSe audU euce greeted lev- Ashmun.of Je rome at ,e schoolhouse last Sun day ,ea'uS- ev- Ashmuu is Su per;.cendeut of Congregational mis pUii work in Arizona, and is a very interesting aud agreeable speaker. F. J. WATTRON, -DEALER IN- I When you need a soothing and I healing anti-septic applicatiou for will regret jeparture. The Phoenix Republican, al though a splendid daily at all times, has showu a decided improvement under its new proprietors, Dr. Vick ers and S. M. McOowan. It is an üonor to its owners and a credit to the territory. The general impress ion that it was no longer frieudlv to the Murphys or else was completely in their hands is effectually removed by the following editorial clipping from its latest issue: "The Republi can dared to say a good word for the Murphys, and immediately all the iLiliputian editors of the territory Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals Fancy, and Toilet Articles. ltts Witch Hazel Salve, a well ; K . own cure for piles and skin dis- h Fork ArO 40 a oine Je 8 4á a -escott 8 00 a ffress Jo , I S 00 a 'henix Lv 11 80 p 2 ia the recular Daily ul runs every day in the equipped to accomodate I on all classes of tickets, i Pulace Sleeping Cars neeles to Chicago, and Unían Tourist Sleeping xj thee it carries a Re no extra charge being tn of the Colorado, the the Petrified Forest in lied only via this lino, ptive books will be fur ia. IS J. BTENE. neral Passenger Agent, Los Angeles, CaL al Agent, . T. . 4444S4444 Jewelry, Brushes, Perfumeiy, Soaps, Combs, Glass, Putty, Oils, Varnishes, Paints, Cuttlery, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Con fectioner v. Patent Medicines. 34444 epartúre Fruits of all Kinds. i.-' HOLBROOK, Mail Orders ProniDtlu Filled. ARIZONA. eases, it neais sores witnout leav ing a scar. Beware of counterfeits. F. J. Wattrou. . I 5:50 a. m. . '.. jrms. . . Votings... .Reams.... IT BOVSD.j vrt 1 1 or Voung. itoniluys and !lves Weduesckuys and Sat 1-oni Keanis Cwnon Tuos- TUlfiatur.iuys. ana aepari! laya ftT r rinays. i L. B UIVÍLMB8S, r it. , . r r : - Line. rilALL, Proprietor. Ill TABLE. lily 9:90a. m ;' 5:00 p. m yOER F ABB. odi-utr 1, to Concho il:S0, prinííerville $8. ilurook to Wooilruff 11.50. L Johns í 10, to Springer-' ' If rate; must show their ' 1 " ! n k DIAMONDS. V cDCriAi r.nncTivr.. FINE WATCHES. 5 t to hack. They sav the Republican is owned by the brothers, Frauk and the Governor. As a plain statement of the fait The Republican was purchased from C. C. Ilaudolph by the present, management, consisting of Dr. Vickers aud S. M. McCowan. These two men own every dollar's worth of stock in the concern, and neither the Governor or Frauk own a single share of the stock. The Republican - flatters - itself that it possesses the friendship of both The O. R. T. strike is still on and meQ- And- strange as it may seem, Prfii,W. Dolnhin seems to think ! we are Proud of 5t- We hoPe they . . ji i Bucewui is certain, wnne me rauroau y compauv are equally as their defeat. Last says theM is a rumor Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Porter, came in from Show Low on Saturday aud left Sunday morning for the west. Mr. Porter accompanied his family as far as Flagstaff on their way - to Long Beach, Cal., where they will spend the uext sis months. ; has been for some months past. I Mr. and Mrs. Fay Gardner, left j for Winslow Wednesday where they expect to make their home this win- .ter. W wish them success aud a happy voyage through life. Mr. Lee came in from Tennessea Wednesday; he expects to teach school here tlr.s winter. We all hope he will make a good teacher as our children are very badly in need of a good teacher. A great many of our townspeople attended tho Conference held at Snowflake Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Tuesday tho family re union of President Jesse X. SmilVs sixty second birthday was held at Bishop Decker's hall. President Joseph F. Smith, Apostle Owen Woodruff and President Seymour B. Young were present aud gave some very good remarks iu behalf of President Smith. No school was held here Thanks giving week as oar teachers Snow flake. NT.. ant k iia-frrraren themselves nart,'fT under the direction of ishop L. M. Savage. Lucy Ellsworth left on the 8th inst. for Fruitland, N-jw Mexico, to--visit friends aud relatives. Calvin St rat ton's family have I moved here expecting to make this Í their home. We feel glad to extend them a welcome. Bert Hatch and Frank Campbell : are baling hay at present in our lit tle town. We hope they will iind plenty of employment in this line. lroadj"''" always be friendly to this pa- are equally as certain of ; PHr ana D0Pe to' tnat notning win night's Citizen ever transpire 10 alienare ine ne- My son has bf-ea troubled ' for years with chronic diarrhoea. Some time ago 1 persuaded him to take some of Chamberlaiu,s Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea -Remedy.- After using two bottles of the 25 cent size he was cured. I give this tes timonial, hoping some one similarly afflicted may read it aud be benefit ed. Thomas C. Bower, Glencoe, O. For sale by F. J. Wattron, Druggist. trainmen on the Santa Fe have agreed to join the strikers, in which case the telegraphers will undoubt edly have the best of it. aour mail orders for beautiful Christmas Goods, and i . v, ;!l f 'iher call upon you with an Elegant Liue of Goods, or seuú you a Selection Tackage. H. E. FOX, Albuquerque, N. Mex. New Mexico's Leading Jewelry House. , IV i half rate. t baggue allon-ed each KEÍÍ8 HATER. , ires under lorb any point. f V'(,Hr:i:r H- -r r oiind I !3 Q 1 O ta C2 o tn W tí CO H 3 0 o: ü r ( PS. 11 1 Solid Siverware. Beautiful Jewelry. When the stomach is tired out it must have a rest, but we can't live without food, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "digests what you eat" so that you can eat all the good food you ant while it is restoring the digest- ve organs to health. It is the only preparation that digests all kinds of food. F. J. Wattrou. 4 urineervllle S'ic oer- $1-00 THE CRITERION 'tis or packages billéd t y special order iroua "it -s Nbipied at owner's .? ' 'akage or breakag-e vnr!amncre of Uve . - -r tí.; ..-!-jí;e ' " Ü ACo J i úíoD ATI0N3 tatiou and WooJruiF. ONVEYANCKS, good teams, tiTuo-latin drivers. ;KitL) to all points aloxiff ,tes. liars iaquire of any of our .stem alontr the line. - I et, Aqcnt, Holbrook. it Valley year. JO cents a copy, THE BEST ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE . OF ITS KIND PUBLISHED. Its pages are filled by the most brilliant array of writers and artists. Its authoratative aud independent reviews of books, playe, music aud art. Its clever stories, strong special auticles, huraer and verse, with tine illus trations, make it a ueeessity in every intelligent home. The very low .-.subscription. price SI. 00 per year puts it withi.i the reach of alL A: TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION WILL PROVE IT. Write .y iorsample copies and particulars. CRITERION PUBLICATION CO., (Subscription Department) 41 E. 2 1st. St., New York City. i The Belgian hare, wheu grain fed, ; is as nice table meat as man ever j flapped his lip over, but it does not i pay to sell them for table use in this market. A few in the back i yard, like chickens, afford a cheap j delicacy for the table. With a few i hares and a few chickens, nothing ; goes to waste, as vegetable tops and ! peelings aud all waste from the ta ble is cleared up completely. The hare fad with its ridiculous prices is a thing of the past; but the hare has come to stay as a domestic food producer on a small scale, like poul try. Mesa Free Press. same time neither has a word to say regarding the policies of the paper. The present management is - respon sible for any and all policies it- cham pions. The Prospector. "Tt is snowing hard aud the pros pectors are coining iu,"s3ys a letter from a northwestern mouutain town. In California t he prospector in many localities can keep on through the fall and winter but iu many of the motiutainous regions of the metal milling states lus movements are i governed by tho snow. When it be gins to disappear from the foot hill in the spring he is off with his out fit aud horse or burro, and through the summer is busy. When he starts he has mostly food supplies', cooking outfit, and a few simple mining tools; when he returns he has mostly samples of ore and the local assayer is kept busy. He works through the winter, grub stakes himself or gets some one to put up for him aud starts off agaiu; World's Champion. "I tried nianv remedies to cure piles," writes W. K. Smith, of Lath am, 111 , "bu, found no relief till I used Buckleu's Arnica Salve. I have not been troubled with piles since." It's the only champion pile cure on earth and the best salve ia the world. 25c per box, guaranteed by F. J. Wattron aud A. C. M. I. SCHOOL COLUMN. Items under this heftclintr are furnished by the scholar of t he Holbrook .ht,ol. Illi.-V 111 1 1 J I-. wees 't i ir Israel Putnam expects to vUit at his home iu Pleaaat Valley during the holidays. Five new scholars were this week entered iu the primary department. Richard Schuster's school the first of the well be accounted for. It .tj'.'is as the result of an unexpected b'tíVaiñ in an unexpected place, Mece McKelvey has been absent from school the last few days, due to the sickness of her mother. Lee Rhodes is for the. preseut assisliusr in the depot. f" ;: Baseball has become aching .-of. the past with the boys. ííi-kt'icr- cise which seems to take pi Snowflake. Mr. and Mrs. Berry have been Hunt after over from St. Johns lately. John Ramsey and George have ero ue to the Salt Lakes salt. Mr. and Mrs. George Bucklar are living in p:irt-,pf Moggie Kartchtier's house. Mr. and Mrs Hyrum B. Smith ar rejoicing over the adveut of a fine baby girl. Joseph Rencher and wife are over from Spriugerville visiting relatives aud friends. George Gale and wife are up from tho Gila visiting Mr3. Gale's mother, Mrs. Kartchner. D. Briukerhoff and son and daugh ter were here from Tuba City to attend Conference. Mrs. Pearl McLaws and Mrs. Cora Richards, of St. Joseph, are here visiting, relatives. Mrs. Nephi Lewis of Woodland has beeu here a few days with her he always sees riches ahead, and mother, Mrs. Hall. though these riches do not always materialize, who shall say that he does not get as much enjoyment from their prospect as the weary eyed, over worked city man who ofttimes has the money without being able to stop long enough to Line I Holbrook Livery, Feed x and Transfer Stables. The Pan-American Exposition, to be held at Buffalo, for the six months commenci Dg May 1st,- 1901, I appeals to every American, because it is all American; all-American in I inception, all-Auierican in scope, I all American iu purpose, all-Ameri-1 can in enterprise, all-American in support, all-Americaa in organiz- ation, all-Americau in management, j us fai,lre all American in power, all-AmericanjproSpPrity cf many people. He is design, aii-Ainencan iu spun, tue pineor jn 3n miuing operatiou and is the faithful and efficient ally The carpenters are busy putting the roof on tho new Academy build ing. Waller Smith house is progress ing nicely, while O. D. Flake's is uearing completiou, which all adds to the beauty of our town. Conference of the Snowflake stake enjoy a little of it. The prospector I has just closed, wit h an extra large is the best friend of the miner, and ; attendance both from this place aud of the man who makes miuiug ma- i surrouudiug settlements. There Mondays and Thursdays..... ti : rs aad Express at les... t'TTAIN SCENERY tffcb HUNTING 1ÍJE LINE. IMS An COMFORT 'CONVlfiYOES. iWOSTER, Agt t Teams at all hours for the Petrified Forest, Moqui In dian Villages aad'otber points of interest to tourists. Traveling salesmen taken to any and all parts between Holbrook, Fort Apache and Sringerville. New and commodious conveyances,, good teams careful drivers. Stables on Ceuter Street, oue-halt block sout h of Santa Fe depot. A. 3VL Boyer, Manager. in design, aii-Ainencan iu all American in construction, ail American in exhibits, all American iu agriculture, all-Americau in machine-, ail-American in art, all American iu illumination, all Amer ican in amusemeut a magnificent American, big beautiful and benefi cent enterprise, of which every American may be proud, .and which ' every American man, woman and ! child should see. chinery. He creates the domain rWas also preseut from Salt Lake that they enter and enjoy. Upon Citv Pres. Joseph F. Smith, Apostle or success depends the Woodruff aud Pres. Seymour B. Young who greatly- encouraged those preseut by their timely advice aud counsel. of everything connected therewith. Miuing and Scientific Press. Drrsed Turkeys, Fresh Oysters and Celery for Christmas, at Wooster's. Notice. A Bona Fide SaIary-Sl2 Weekly. Men and women to appoint ageuts and represent us, some to travel, others for local work. ?12 weekly salary and expenses. Old established house, pleasant pormanant positions, rapid advancement and increase of wages. Write at once. ( BUTLER & i ALGER, --, Dept. E..-, - l jNjw .Hayerij Conn; As a cure for rheumatism . Cham berlaiu's Pain Balm is gaining a wide reputation. D. F. Johnston of Richmond, Ind., has been troubled with that ailment since 1862. Iu speaking of it he says: "I never found anything that would relievo me until I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It acts like magic with me. My foot was swollen and paining me very much, but one good appli cation of Pain. Balm relieved me. Far Sale bv F. JWaUjoo. JAruggiat.. Pinetop. Mr. Moe was in town Sunday. Miss Susie Penrod was up home Sunday on a visit. D. L. Penrod went to Fort Apache with a load of chickens. Application will be made to Hon. Mrs. R. L. Hall .went to- White Gov. Murphy within thirty days river Tuesday on a visit, from date of this notice for the yar- j Messers Eph. and Ole Penrod and don of J.M Childnrs now serviugj .. Packer and familieS4 6tart. sentenc. iu urna peinitent iarv. I , . , . . Holbrook, Dec. 15, 1900. ! r lhe t"ia to spoud the wm- 4. j ter. Now is the time when croup and Mrs. Jane Ponvod went to Wood lung t roubles prove rapidly fatal. land Suuday to bid her mother good Tho only harmless remedy that pro-j by before btartitig for tho Gila duces immediate reenlts is One Min- ! Tuesday. of baseball is an openair gymnasium between Joan Connors and the schoolhouse. Out there the boys meet and perform feats of swinging, contortion, precaution and exhaus tion mostlyexhaustion. The tardiness in school is increas ng to a considerable degree-just at present. Promptness' is one of the most requisites of success, and the parents may render the teacher much service iu urging the pupiu to be prompt. Among the callers last week were Mrs. Delia F. Smith of Snowflake, Miss Carrie M. Bowen of Pinetop and Professor Johnson of Wiscon sin. Visitors are always most cor dially welcome into our workshop. There may bo days when our saws are dull and timber tough but we saw wood just the same. The Light of the World OR Our Savior.in Art. , Cost nearly $ 100,003 to produce. Coutaius nearly 100 full page en gravings of our Savior aud His Mother by the worm greatest painters. True copies of the great est Masterpieces iu the art galleries of Europe. Every picture is as beautiful as a sunrise over the hill-, tops. Contains descriptions of the paiutiugs, biography of the paiuters, the names aud locations of the galleries iu Europe where the orig inals may be seen!'- Also contains s Child's Department, including a Child's Story of the Christ and his Mother, beautifully writteu, to nt each picture. This wonderful book, matches in its purity and beauty, appeals to every mother's heart, and iu every Christian home where there are children the book sells itself. Christiau men and women are. mint ing money rapibly taking orders. A Christian man or woman can in this community soon make $1,000 taking orders loi-Ajtwstmas pres ents, jars, waiiesf achusetts, barf worth of the tic time. Mrs. SSc'. New York, lr : worth of the bocií - i ? mi. i 1- : Lime. iuu uuuivi . n 1 1 5 vei-nnisneu pa bound in cardiua adorned with go lies. It is, withoj beautiful book Write for terms ute Cough Cure. It is vsry pleas-j W-oodrwlT ant to take and can be relied nponj toouicklv cure cousrhs. colds and Mrs. Ln luissell has bad a severe all lung diseases. It will prevent j sick spell but we are happy to learn consumption.. F.J. Wattron. JiIL?iiuPi L :úit in Mass- . r ;Lóí)0 h Vpfvstrortr rf . S ills ce luted ou vel . neautifully 4 gold, and íes and 1 II e most century. elwvSnd get. t Le management of that aerrilory. You can work on salary or commission, and when you prove your success we will promote you to the position of Manager and correspondent, at a - . . . ... -- T . . . . - - time to attending to agents and tie correspondence. Wanted a State Manager to have cbrc '. f office in Leading Citv of thiv .nil m.n,no i ( I li ii KiiLinacB ' State. Send for terms. Adores? THE : BRITISH AMERICAN CO. Corcoran Building Opposite U. S. Treanury, Washington, D. C. \n\n Airs ciara , from Snov , . tuno, for sor j ...,n,., 0i;it , í ; j 9: 30 a. m j : ' i g'.no J m j C-CX-C4ríCfCC4rCí-í" oflmt ti.at ! puoiican ana tue aiurpnys. Atine tolbrook for Hvber ilnjuaftn Vallar