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Neighbors Taylor. Martha Kay came down from Roberts' ranch Tuesday. Arza Knight was in from the sheep camp a few days this week. A. Z. Palmer went to IIol brook Monday and returned Wednesday with goods for his store. The fruit is getting ripe and those who have any are busy taking cart of it. The rainy weather makes it bad for drying fruit. John McCleve is smiling and looks very happy, but he cAn not be blamed for he has a large eight pound boy at his home, born August 8th. Lorenzo Standifird and Leon ard Jensen went to Woodruff Wednesday with a party from Snowflake to attend the wed ding dance of Ralph Ramsey. M. Plumb, of Gila count' is here and we hear that he has bought the 4-mile ranch and will move his cattle from the Gila and make this his future home. Frank Willis has a contract at the Post. Jesse Kay, Aquilla Standifird, Lafayette Jennings and Chas. Readhead have gone to work for him. The' expect to be gone sometime. Pinedale. James Peterson went to Snow flake yesterday. C. Shttmway was seen on our streets Monday. Hyrum Brewer returned from Holbrook yesterday. John Flake and companion were in town Sunday. William Alaver passed through here Friday, on his way out west. Preston Bushman accompanied by five young ladies was in our burg Sunday on a missionary trip. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. William Brewer a bab' girl on the 8th hist., which seemed to brighten up their home considerable. It began to rain on the 3d of August ftnd has rained every day since. The tanks are all full and running over, and from the looks of the water running down the hills the people in the lower country will need boats. SnowflaKe. It has rained nearly every day this week. The hum of the thresher can be heard in our town. Miss Prilla Frisby has gone on an extended visit to Utah. Preston and Miss June Bush man were in town this week. We are having very cool weath er for this season of the year. Constipation In its worst form Quickly Relieved By Smith'sBilcBeans Send us your nameand address and we will mail you FREE SAMPLE that will convince you of the merits of this old and sovereign remedy. J. F. SMITH & CO., Incorporated J901, 99 Nassau St., N. Y. City, Sole Proprietors. The Willis Brothers have been to St. Joseph and Woodruff threshing grain. A number of relatives and friends have gone to Woodruff to attend the wedding of Miss Maud Frost and Ralph Ramsey. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Pearce died Thursday morning with croup. The whole community are in sympathy with the bereaved. When a man is always throw ing up to his wife that she docs not cook to suit him like his mother used to, he needs her to fan the base of his pants like his mother used to. It is much easier to find out what people don't believe than what they do. SHatters all Records. Twice in hospital, F. A. Gul ledge, Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to doctors to cure a severe case of piles, causing 21 tumors. When all failed, Bucklcn's Arnica Salve cured him. Subdues in flammation, conquers aches, kills1 : ri. .. i : au 1,1 I pillll. IJlTBt Bill v c in liic win HI. 25c at F. J. Wattron's drug store. TIME TABLE. Effect June 1. 1902. mi J WEST No. 1. I No. 7. 10:00 l 11 :00 a 8:00 p 4:10 a 7:15 p ll:00p 7:55 a 8:15 p 8:00 a 4:89 a 5:51 tt 7:18 a 7:25 a 10:85 a 12:45 p 7:00 p iu:uu p 2:10 6:80 7:45 1:40 2:47. 8:00 12:45 STATIONS. 10:00 p Lv.Clilcaifo Ar. IT.V.. Denver. .A n . in r .. r .. i .... a 10:05 p Ar.AIbu'tiue.Lv 10:45 p 4:80 a; 6:48 a 8:05 a 10:85 a . . .Uullnp Navajo Spring! ..Huibrook... . .Joseph City. ...Winslow.... .Flagstaff. 12:17 p Lv.Wllli Lv.WilHains. Ar AKir i(Jun nLv 1:40 p Lv Ash ForkAr liV. Ash ForliAr : . . Prescott, Ar.Phonix . .Lv 12:55 alLv.Bargtow.Ar o :80 aj A Loh Angeles L ArStin DlegoLv 1 :05 a I.v . Barstow . A r om'O p A San Fran co L BAST No. 2. No.. 7:40p 8:47 p 5:55 a 8:02 a ' :80a B:00p 1 10:20 p 11:35 a 8:80 a 7:80 p 7:10 a 9:15 p 8:05 a 6:45 p 2:40 a 1:00 p 12:40 a 11:17 a 11:25 p 10:00 a ll:04p 9:8Ha 10:20 p 8:85 a 8:80p 7:00 a 7:80 p 5:48 a 11:50 a :00 a 5:10 p 4:10 a 1 :05 p 10:80 a 1:10 p 4:20 a 7:80 a 1:85 a 8:00 a 1:45 p 1:10 p 8:00 p 1 ARIZONA Co-Operative Mercantile Inst. HOLBROOK AND SNOWFLAKE. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In GENERAL MERCHANDISE 1'rojirU'torn of the Silver Creek Mills and the Holbrook Ft. Apache Stage Line. ooocoooooooooooroooooooooooooooooooooo' Agents for, THE ItAIN WACOM, KACINE 2T CAKKIACKS AND HUGGIES, MCCOKMICK. HARVESTING MAC II I N E K Y , O L I V E R CHILLED AND STEEL TLOWS, IIRIDCE & It EACH STOVES JZ? AND RANGES, COOI'ERS SHEET DIT AND LITTLES SHEET DIT. C OOCKXCOCOOOOCKXOO Your patronage is always appreciated, no matter Low small your purchase, y()U may rost assured it will be our aim to sell you the best goods that cau be bought for ea?h, at reasonable prices. Mail Drriftps Dur Rnpr.ialtv. m j. oooooooooooc l5 We Keep and handle anything and every- thing needed by anybody and every i?i body and sell at prices within reach of all. at H We are more than pleased to show oods. r& Kit Vk Quotations cheerfully furnished, Yours for Business, WETZLER BROS., LEADERS OF LOW PRICES. V Wines and Liquors for Family Trade, TP T AT A TTDAM ... .DEALER IN.... jj Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals S. Fancy and Toilet Articles. S Jewelry Brushes, Perfunieiy, Soaps, Combs, Glass, Putty, f Oils, Varnishes, Paints, Cuttlery, Wines, Liquors, J Cigars, Confectionery. j S I Patent Medicines. g FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. HAIL ORDERS PROHPTLY FILLED E HOLBROOK, ARIZONA. 9?