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Holbrook argus. (Holbrook, Ariz.) 1900-1913, February 14, 1903, Image 4

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HOLBROOK. ARGUS i Ml is conservative in its 'pro-
: visions. It should be. The min-
L. D. DIVELBESS...Propkietor
L. C. IIENNING Manager
Official Paper of Navajo County.
Entered ut the Postofflue at Hollirook, Arl
zoiiu, ua Second Class Mail Mutter.
g JpAddress all communications unci imike
ull hills payable to The Argua.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES! .
One Year f. S2.00
New Mexico is willing to have
joint statehood, while Arizona is
strongly opposed. We would
rather, remain a territory some
years to come than to be, tacked
onto New-Mexico. f
The January number of the
Ilomemaker, a magazine pub
lished at Washington, D. C, con
tains much interesting matter
concerning irrigation in Arizona
and the west generally.
I ing interests of the territory will
1 not object to paying a reason
j able tax. This is generally un
derstood; but it must be just,, to
' insure the passage of the bill, and
the execution of the law created.
Mr. Parr seems to be the right
man for a legislator. Navajo
county, as a rule, chooses its
best citizens for this responsible
duty. Tucson Star.
To Cure a Coll In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. E. W.
Grove's signature is on each box.
25c.
For tic.ttoit.UiSs, pi: n,
Morphine i.nd
other Drug Using,
the Tobacco Habit
and Neurasthenia.
THE KEELEY
INSTITUTE,
Dwlght, III.
ure
Corns
pondtnct
Strictly
Confidential
The most important bill intro
duced in the legislature so far, is
the one fixing a tax on the net
proceeds of mines. It looks as
though this is about the only
way in which Arizona's chief in
dustry could be made to bear its
share of the taxes.
House bill No. 21, providing
that trainmen shall. not work
over sixteen hours without .a'
regular ten hours' rest, was de- j
feated Monday by a vote of 11 to ;
,10. It will be remembered that I
the house passed the eight-hour;
bill unanimously, but when it 1
comes to making a law which;
would protect the public gener- ;
ally, they seem ready to down it. :.
Mr. Parr, of Navajo, was a
strong advocate of .the measure, i
The Saturday Review, pub
lished in Phoenix, has. been in-;
formed by the secretary of the
territory, Isaac T. Stoddard, ;
that hereafter it will not receive ;
any articles of " incorporation ;
from his office for publication.
His reason for doing so is because
Review upheld Gov. Brodie for
his recommendation to the legis
lature, urging that the fees re
ceived by the secretary be turned
into the treasury instead of his;
pocket. j
. r
Mr. Parr. j
Hon. W. A. Parr, of Navajo
county, seems to be made of the
right kind of stuff.' ". He believes
in the legislature showing off to
the best advantage. He- intro
duced a resolution, which was
adopted, prohibiting smoking in
the assembly hall during the ses
sion of that body. This is all
right. It shows the right spirit.
It will prove agreeable to both
the members and visitors, especi
ally to the ladies. :j
. Then he has also introduced a
bill taxing the net proceeds of
mines, this is in the interest of
equal taxation. 'No doubt the
I have had occasion to use your
Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medi
cine and am pleased to lay that I never
used anything for stock that gave half as
good satisfaction. I heartily recom
mend it to all owners of stock.
J. B. BELSHER, St. Louis, Mo
' Sick stock or poultiy should not
eat cheap stock food any more than
sick persons should expect to be
cared by food. When your stock
and poultry are sick give them med
icine. Don't stuff thctn with worth
less stock foods. Unload the bowels
and stir up the torpid liver and the
animal will be cured, if it be possi
ble to cure it. Dlack-Draueht Stock
and -Poultry Medicine unlcads the
bowe!3 and stirs up the torpid liver.
It- cures every malady of Stock if
taken in time. Secure a 2o-ceni can
of Black-Draupht Stock and Poultry
Medicine and it will pay for itself ten
times over. Horses work better. Cows
give more milk. Hoys pain flesh.
And hens lay more eqgs. It solves the
problem of making as much blood,
flesh and enorgy as possible out of
the smallest amount of food con
sumed. , Buy a can from your dealer.
Constipation
; In its worst form
Quick! j IEIevesI By
Smith's Bila Beans
Send us your name . and
address and we will mail
you FREE SABPlE i
that will convince you of
the merits of this old and
sovereign remedy.
J. F. SMITH & CO.
Incorporated 1901,
99 Nassau St., N.-Y. Citj, :
Sole Proprietors.
W. B. CR0S5,
The Barber.
SHop in Rear of Pioneer
Saloon.
To please my customers
is my greatest anxiety.
fir ' 7 ' . ' ' -
aw
.
Livery and Peed 5tables
!Sill Til V .SMITH, l'lojuictorH.
W llolf MH. Hllll I'tHHll
Hay, Grain and Coal.
Tennis for the lK I'lt . M I'.l) FOItK.'sT. Good teams mid curelti: ilrivers idways T
on hand day or nitilit. Tourists mill Commercial Travelers will always T
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prices. Correl and Stuliles miutli side of railwuy
truuk, jppo e water tank.
t HOLBROOK,
ARIZONA.
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William Arrnbruster,
Practical BlacKmith
nd WHeelwrig'ht. j& j&
All out of town work will receive prompt atten
, .. ' tion. If you have a wheel to fill or a tire to set
' bring it to me and get service for your ' money.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO SUIT YH
l) N.-l-li Sir!,, of
:M.lto.l AVKM'K.
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HOLBROOK, ARIZ 5
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GENERAL BANKING CONDUCTED
We E.arnestly Solicit Your Patronag'e.
OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
W. n. HUItHA'riJ President. (HENKY HUNINCJ
K. W. NELSON. ..Vice-PresiiliMit. Dii i-ctoi s.
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. President
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FRESH
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