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.1. T. KCH1 Hit,. Proprietor. U llolHMltf lllld l'O I H 1 1 Hay, Grain and Coal. TeaniH for the rKTHI KIKI FOKKHT. Ooocl Isuiiih nml Piiroful ilrlvKm ulwnj " mi liiiml iluy or ulirlit. TonrlntH unil (lonimi'rcliil Triivplem will iilwajn llml mo pri'iiureil to irivr tliein till) lirat mitvIci' lit i'ounomille pi'lcm. (Jorrnl anil Stitlilm wnitli olik- of rullwiiy triu'k, jiOHite water tntiU. Co-Operative Mercantile Inst. l HOLBROOK, - - - ARIZONA. From Our Neighbors Snowflahe. Osmcr D. Flake has been at Pleasant Valley for some time looking after stock. Misses Gertrude and May Han sen have been visiting friends here for several weeks. Our recent conference was fair ly well attended, representatives; being present from most of thej wards. j Elders Edward Day and I. S. Hansen, young Latter Day Saint! missionaries to Arizona, were! visitors here this week. . I Homer P. Bushman and wife! returned from their, trip to Salt : Lake City Saturday. . They gave some valuable information to the officers of the organization i they went to represent. J Monday afternoon there was! a match game of ball played here I between the Wild Cats and some! soldiers on their way to Fort) Apache. The former came off victorious, as they usually do. j Among the visitors here this j week may be mentioned: J. H. j Richards, John Bushman, I'res-i ton Bushman, and Jos. Hansen,! of St. Joseph; L. M. Savage, ofj Woodruff; Hans Hansen and i wife, of Woodland; Z. B. Decker, Thomas Hancock and a great man' young people from Taylor. Monday evening tne young j ladies gave a grand ball in I Flake's hall. It was a success j both financially and socially. Icej drinks were served on the stand, but no doubt the most interest- ing feature of the occasion was ' the printed programs, which i were so neatly gotten up at the j A Rous office. ' Some of our townspeople at tended the conference at Snow flake, and report a good time. A ball was given Thursday last, at which Messrs. Day, Bush man and Palmer were visitors. Pinedale. The Petersen boys are 'gather ing horses. James Pcaree, Jr., is shearing his sheep this week. Thomas Bro. lost a herder and bunch of sheep last week. Niels Peterson is still very sick, but we think he is on the gain.- The crops seem to be doing well considering the dry weather. Ellis Stratton, of Snow-flake, was up last week. He was ac companied home by his neiee, Miss Carrie Stratton. The devil always fishes in shal low places. was seen in . lltteiiei to. Woodruff. John Turley is at home once more. Chas. Gardner town Tuesday. Most of our men are. kept busy harvesting hay. .Some of the St. Joseph boys passed through here Tuesday. -John Colvin, from the Gila, spent the past week with his relatives here. Mrs. Medora Gardner is visit ing at Holbrook with her daugh ter, Mrs. Dan Divelbess. Virulent Cancer Cured. "Startling proof ol a wonderful advance is given by druggist G. W. Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An old man there had long suff ered with what good doctors pronounced incureable cancer. They bcleived his case hopeless till he used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which treatment completely cured him. When Electric Bitters are used to expel bmous, kidney and microbe poisons at the same time this salve exerts its match less healing power, blood diseases skin eruptions, ulcers and sores vanish. Bitters 50c, Salve 25c '. at all dealers in medicine. ! PROFESSIONAL CARDS. KEMNETH K. SCOTT, ; at'jv)Kxi:y-at-law j GALLUP - - - NEW MKXICO " Will practire In all the Cuui'ts of Navajo and I Apuplie Counties Arizona w All matter in- j triititeri lne wul receive prompt attention. GEORGE P. SAMPSON, I'ftYHICIAN ami 8UKOKON, WINSLOW; :-: ARIZONA. Culls from Holbrook unil viuinlty promptly HOLBROOK AND SNOWFLAKE. Wholesale mid Retail Dealers In 55 GENERAL MERCHANDISE St Silver Greek. Mills and the Holbrook Ft. Apache Stage Line. ;oocooooooooo xo Ag'ents for, THK IIAIN WAGON, KACINK CT CAKKIAGliS AND Hl'GGIKS, MCCOKMICK HARVESTING M A C II I N K It V , OI.IVK K CI1II.I.KI) AND STEKL IM.OWS, MKIDGK & HEACII STOVES J& AND RANGES, COOPERS SHEET DIT AND LITTLES SHEET 1)1 T. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOCOOOOOO ( Your patronage is always "appreciated, no matter how small -oiir purchase, vou may ret assured it will l cur aim to sell you the best tfoorls t hnl can he honlit for eat-'h. at reasonable prices. ft j Mail Orders Our Specialty. J ocoooooooooc I 2 We Keep and handle anything and every- thing needed by anybody and every- j M body and sell at prices within reach of all. t rr We are more than pleased to show goods, t lit Quotations cheerfully furnished, Yours for Business, J t WETZLER BROS., J M LEADERS Or LOW PRICES. W I J. I 3 1 Nig Wines and Liquors for Family Trade, j 1 8 R. E. M0RRIS0M, . A'n'OUNKV-AT-LAW, Preuuotl. Arizona. a. f. McAllister, NOTARY PUBLIC, AND CONVEYANCER. HOI.HKOOK. f AKIjONA. 6. S. REED, M, D ... H2t'le't U- Phynioiau ... OHice: Boyle Kesiilenue. HOLBROOK, - ARIZONA F. J. WATTRON, S ....DEALEU IN.... Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals & Fancy and Toilet Articles. ' & r Jewelry Brnslies, reriutneiv, aoaps,. uoidds. tilass. futtv. V Oils, VTarnihes, Paints, Outtlerj', Wiues, Liquors, Cigars, Coufectionerv. & I Patent Medicines. FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. HAIL ORDERS PROHPTLY FILLED HOLBROOK, ARIZONA, : DP 8 to '2.