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rflbroolc Argvis.
No. 49.
1 1(
Mrs. Louise Cross went up to
Woodeuff Wednesday, for a lew
days' visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sanders
were down from Conelio Mon
day and Tuesday.
V. J. Wat I. roil left for Los An
geles' Wednesday morning, where
lie will visit with Ins lamily anil
take a much needed rest from
business cares.
Dr. Reed returned Monday
Irom Snow Hake where lie has
been looking after the diphtheria
eases, and reports the disease
about stamped out.
IWnard Schuster returned
from HI Pas-' -Monday mornmg,
and w-nt un to Concho where
he will res. un charge of i he
Scbu ter Mercantile Co.'s store.
The county board were in
sneeial session Thursday to ar
range for the refunding of the
eo-'utv bonds, and District At
torney Ibi'-baire Iris gone to
Phoenix to complete thearningc
me'its. M. A. Crouse returned from
Phoenix S-indav, and re-opencd
school Monday. Mr Crouse
was defeated in his race for super
intendent of schools, along with
a lot of ', her 'Toorl republicans
in Marieona o-mi y.
Arrau'envnt s have been made
for a masquerade ball iMbv.ri-.-cii
in Holl r"ok on Th-nk -!.'i-.int'
n'trhi , Nov. !'7t h. Cbiod muie
and best of ninn-igenient . Those
who attend are aured of court
eous treatment and a good time.
T' e uiioliieial returns from
Ibber and Pined.de show the
latter prceinei- In -e 'ec:dc'llv
democratic but ro e'-anirng
tie results as published 1,-r t
week. The supervisors ek cted
are Creswell and F'ickingcr, the
former rcceivintr the la rirest num
ber of votes will be the hold-over
F. M. Zuek has been
the week at Phoenix, as a dele
gate to the Masonic grand lodge.
As we go to press we learn that.
Mr. Zuek has b en elected Grand
Master for Arizona, and wewi- h
to congratulate him on lib elec
tion to such an important posi
tion, and we also consider this
quite an hono'- i.oXavnjoeounty.
We hal the. pleasure last Mon
day evening of attending a meet
ing of Mountain Lodge No. If),
Knights of Pythias, at Flagstaff.
After a short but very inetrue
tive meeting in the lod'.rc room,
the members and invited guests
repaired to the Hotel Weather
ford where an elegant banquet
was served in honor of Grand
Chancellor Aitkcn, of tlicdoninin
ot Arizona. We enjoyed the en
tertainment very much. The
Flagstaff boys are royal cater
ers and we feel greatly indebted
to them for the treat. P. P.
V vist, who, by the way, at one
v held the position of grand
, eellor of the territory, was
in attendance from here.
King of Tramps,
Mr. Oliver Bainbridge, of Lon-!
don, England, who lias won for
himself the title "king oftrnmps,"
spent Wednesday in Holbrook,;
visitin.tr the school talking find;
sketching to the chddren, meet
ing and yarning with everybody
in town and picking up ninny
interesting facts. In the evening
he spoke in the school room, by j
special recjiiest, to a fair sized
audience who were much pleased
with the excellent entertainment;
he provided. Mr. Bninbridge'
has spent the last six years .and
four months wandering round
the world, and during that time
has walked some 1(1,000 miles.
His experiences are marvelous
shot anil arrested as a spy in
Turkey, lost in India, shot in
New j.-i!aiid. imprisoned in Rus
sia, d.ipwrcckcd, etc. Ilecariies
do'cuniciLS from the greatest
peoj'le of the ! iv and the mayors
of each city r ' lias visited, prov
ing his genuineness. He is a
1 1 r i -c l . i s ;; r 1 1 t , n e w s ; in pc r s n -1 n , :
poci, aii. nor, and a line musician.
He has been accompanied by his
wife, a bright little woman, the
past two years, and the couple
a iv ii' w going cast and expect
to reach their home in England
some time next year.
Snowllahe. '
Mr. J. R. Unlet was up this1
week. '
School is expected to reopen
on the 1.7th. It has been closed
six weeks.
The weather is turning cold
and all the pot.iloand f. uitcrops
are being : gathered.
Ii'cclion da v passed by rather
qn-.elfv. The precinct officers
eieet.'d were J-.scph W. Smith,
Justice of the I Vac and ja;. W.
Pearce, Constable.
Dr. Rued returned to Holbrook
on Monday. lie has made a
good record while here, and we
feel that he is a er conscientious
and painstak. ng doctor.
The quaram aie has been lifed
on the town There are only
four cases ivpo-. ted whkh are
q larantined at two places.
They are .-ill improving and will
be released in a few days.
Ap s'le II warn M. Smith and
Pre'-;. J. G. Khnbaii -:' the L. D.
S Church arrived heie on the
'7th but owing to sickness the
conference has been postponed.
They left Wednesday morning.
A dance was given in the hall
Friday night.
There is quite an increase of
scholars in the school this week.
Our Mutual Association meet
ings arc being well attended of
The Primary will give an en
tertainment on Thanksgiving
Elmer and John Turley have
returned from Whiteriver where
they have been to work.
The Woodruff choir will give
an entertainment on the 21st to
collect means for a new organ.
John Calvin and family have
returned from the Gila, aeeom- !
panied by his brother and sister.
Elmer Gardner starts for
Thatcher in a few days, in ans
wer to a call to attend the;
Academy. j
We are glad to see enterprise.!
Win. DeWitt has been putting
up an adobe building on his lot
by the old Tyler building.
Hy the appearance of things
Wednesday it would make one
think that winter had set in. !
P. L. Stevenson was in from
Keains Canyon this week, look
ing after some business matters.
Apostle llvrum M. Smith and
J. Golden Kimball, of Salt Lake
City, addressed the people of
Taylor Sunday afternoon.
Joseph Sponscllcr has moved
his lamily down from the ranch
and is occupying W. R. Willis'
house, so the children can go to
school this winter.
These days are busy ones for
the sheepmen who are preparing
to do the Phoenix country this,
winter. They are getting their
supplies from Palmer.
We had a line rain Monday
and Tuesday.
David Rogers & Co. are here
from Snowflake, bailing hay.
H. F. P.ushman was up from
St. Joseph Monday, buying fruit.
Sunday morning there arrived
at the home of J. R. Rhotou, a
daughter; all well.
Sunday, Justice J II. Frost
and Dr. G. S. Reed came up from
Snowflake to quarantine our
town, but was happily disap
poinsed to find we had no diph
theria, as had been reported.
Reduced Tvetes.
For the annual session of the
Grand Lodge of Arizona, I. O. G.
T , 'IVmpc'Ariz., Nov. 19 to 21,
1902 and the meeting of the
Territorial Sunday School Asso,
eiation of Arizona, Tcmpe, Ari.
Nov. 22 to 2'S, 1902 one lowest
first cl ss fare. and one -fifth for
the round trip to Phoenix, Ariz.,
on certificate plan. Tickets on
sale fifteen days before and dur
ing days of each meeting. Certi
ficates will be honored at Phoe
nix if presented on or before Nov.
25, 1902. This will enable hold
ers to attend both meeting.
C. 11. Brown, Agent.
Seed Distribution.
I am informed by the U. S. De
partment of Agricuture that the
distribution of seeds will begin
about the 1st of November. In
order to facilitate the distribu
tion I will be glad to have any
one desiring seeds make the re
quest as early as possible, ad
dressing me at Washington I). C.
M. A. Smith.
HONE 782
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The Barber.
Shop in Rear of Pioneer
To please my customers
is niy greatest anxiety.
Of 4iiilvaNloii, TexnH.
"Wine of Cardui is indeed a blessing
to tired women. Having suffered for
seven years with weakness and bearing-down
pains, and having tried sev
eral dm tors and different remedies
wkh no success, your Wine, of Cardui
was the only thing which helped me,
and evcntui.ily cured me It seemed to
build up the weak paits, strengthen
the system and correct irregularities."
By "tired women" Mrs. Adams
means nervous women who have
disordered menses, falling of the
womb, ovarian troubles or any of
these ailments. that women have.
You can cure yourself at home with
this prent women's remedy, Wine
of Oardiii. Wine of Cardui has
cured thousands of cUses which
doctors havefailed to benefit. Why
not begin to got well today? All
druggists have $1.00 bottles. For
any stomach, liver or bowel disor
der Thedford's Mack-Draught
should be used.
For advice iiixl I Itprnlure.iifMrww, plvlnff
flympLunirt, Tin. .K(,.' Advisory I i-l-iiti-ul,
The Clifilliuioova .Mitiltrliio Co.,
ChttlUnoum, Ti-un.
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