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Tke Holbrook Argus,
VOL IX.
HOLBBOOK, ARIZONA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1904.
No. 45.
CHALCEDONY LODGE NO, 6,
P. & A. M.
Regular
Meetings S
FOURTH SATURDAY
OF EACH MONTH.
L. E. DlVELBESS, W. M
F. M. Zuck. Secv.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
GEORGE P. SAMPSON, .
PHYSICIAN nl 8UKGKON,
W1N8LOW, :: ARIZONA.
Calls from Holbrook and vicinity promptly
attended to.
DrThTl. CHILSON,
DKNTI8T.
ivrmanently located at Wlnslow,
Office In Booth Building.
R. E. MORRISON,
A l'l'OKN F! l'.AT-LA W ,
PrewoU. - Arlioim.
T. F. MORAN,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
District Attorney of Navajo County.
Office lu Court House,
Holbrook. Arizona.
Temporarily removfd to Wluslow
a. f. McAllister,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
AND CONVEYANCER.
HOLBROOK ARIZONA
Mr! and Mrs. J. F. Woods re.
turned home on No. 7 Monday.
Adolf Schuster boarded No. 1
Wednesday for Los Angeles.
J. P.Jenson and HankClawson
were here from Taylor Thursday
to load with freight for the Post.
J. E. Porter was down from
Show Low Monday. He return
ed home Tuesday.
Joe Knight left here Tuesday
r T ..It.: ...IVi die
mother. j
The candidates, Republican
and Democratic, left here Mon
day for the Southern end of the
county.
J. D. Bull came up from White
river Monday and is spending a
few days here and in Winslow re
newing old acquaintances.
L. Alexander, a Los Angeles
sheep buyer, purchased 14 cars
of mutton sheep from E A. Saw
yer Tuesday.
Mrs. R. Harper arrived here
Wednesday, from Meaker, Colo.,
on her way to Springerville to
visit with relatives.
Ambrosio Candelaria, one of
the well known Concho bankers,
was here Thusday on his way to
Phoenix.
Joseph Fish arrived home y es
ter day from Utah and is again
back at his desk in the A. C. M. I.'
He reports having had a very
enjoyable time.
Ernest Hall, the well known
Singer Sewing Machine agent,
here , a few days this week in the
interests of his firm.
Louie Sam Kee's restaurant
was broken into Tuesday night
and two or three dollars and a
45 Colt's sixshooter stolen.
A letter from one of the Repub.
lican Candidates reports over
100 people in attendance at Re
publican Rally held at Pinedale,
Wednesday night.
Miss Orpha Gibbons, of St.
Johns, is here visiting with R. D.
Greer's family ,she ex pects to leave
next week for Young where she
will teach school this winter.
A message, from Los Angeles
recalled Judge Wattron from his
campaign and he boarded No. 1,
Tuesday for that city where Mrs.
Wattron is very ill.
H. H. Herr and C. II. Ballard
returned from Sonwftake Wed
nesday evening they report the
prospects for the Republicans, jn
that section, as being very pro
mising.
L. S. Meskimmons, U. S. Sur
veyor, who has spent the past 6
months on the pache reserva
tion looking out dam and rest r.
voirs sites passed through Friday
on his wav to Phoenix.
The Republicans and Demo
crats Candidates have held joint
meetings at Show Low and Tay
lor and we have been informed
they are carrying on a very
friendly campaign.
. C. Wall accompanied by his
son, Bartholdt, arrived here Wed
nesday from San Diego, Calif,
where he has spent the past sixty
days for the benefit of his health.
They will leave in day or so for
Springerville.
Ed Howell came in Monday
from his cattle ranch near Nava
o Springs, and ha left yesterday
with his family for that place
where they will reside the com
ing winter. Flagstaff Gem.
Holbrook real estate is chang
ing hands very lively at present.
The McCarty residence has chan
ged hands 3 timtsduringthepast
four months, A. Schuster is the
new owner having purchased it
from H. Kempenich
Send No Money
ONLY TOUR NAME AND ADDRK8S
For Samplmg of Cloth, Etc.
LL-WOOL I A Cf MADE TO
illfi tM-wjU ORDER
The Medal Tailors
6-71 Third St. Portland, Ox.
Please mention this paper.
Billie Stiles, the noted train rob
ber, came near being captured a
few days since by Mexican ru
rales while visiting with his wife
near Bisbee, Arizona. Ever since
his escape from the Tombstone
jail he has been in hiding in So
nora. About 10 days ago Stiles
met his niece near Douglas. Ariz.
and made arrangements for the
meeting which came so near re
sulting in his capture.
Republicans returning from the
southern end of thecounty report
a very favorable out look for
their candidates, while the Demo
crats say that there isn't a Re
publican to be found in that neck
of the woods. As yet, no heavy
betting has been engaged in, and
the candidates on both tickets
are thought to be very evenly
matched.
F.J. Wattron is acknowledged
to be one of the best officers ever
in this county and also one of
the best citizens of Holbrook, j'et,
there is a cry, he has held office
to long.
Tins sounds to us as if the people
don't want a man for a county
office if he is qualified. And, then
we have heard, if Wattron is de
feated this time he will sell out
and leave the county in less than !
90 days. If you will stop and j
think F. . Wattron has been in j
business here since 1885 and did
not hold a county office untill 8 !
years ago. These sound like very i
poor reasons why Wattron!
should be defeated. The next
thing you will hear will be, Wat-;
tron has lived in Holbrook so;
long we had batter boycott him,
and make him move out.
The office of District Attorney
is continually beset with many
trials. This office is one of our j
most important ones. It should '
be filled by a thoroughgoing,'
energetic, careful conservative
and honorable man, a man with
back-bone, a man of breadth of
character and a man above suspi- j
cion. It should be filled by man !
who will do his duty for duty's!
sake and not play with the law. !
The man who fills the office of Dis-'
trict Attorney must play no fa-;
vorites, but comply with the law !
and see that all law-breakers are ;
properly unished regardless ofj
race or social standing. EX j
Voters of Navajo county, the;
man you should and no doubt ;
will retain lor this office ie T. F. ;
Moran and the foregoing is but ;
a small part of the good that is
to be said of him. Do not fail to
accord him your very best sup
port. DON'T FORGET! ,
Election, Tuesday' Nov. 8, 1904. .
Joe Bush, the butcher, with the
big dogs, sold his huge mastiffs
to Gentry Brothers' circus. Part
of the consideration was one of
the show's trained ponies. These
dogs have been used as a delivery
team for many years and their
work in harness in front of a
small though stout wagon has
been one the picturesque features
of the commercial life of Phoenix
Phoenix Gazette.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
TICKET
BKNJ. DOWNS,
Councilman.
Q. R. GARDNER,
Asuemblyman.
C. V. MOSS,
Sheriff.
3. W. RICHARDS,
Treasurer.
a.f. McAllister,
Recorder.
W. P.GEARY,
District Attorney.
W. B. CROSS,
Probate J ude.
H. B. SMITH and J. J. SHUMWAV.
Supervisors.
J. H. RICHARDS.
Surveyor.
REPUBLICAN
COUNTYJICKET
Council,
j. x. WOODS.
Assembly,
L. E. DlVELBESS.
District Attorney,
T. F. MORAN.
Sheriff,
C. I. HOUCK.
Treasurer,
F.J. WATTRON.
Recorder,
F. M. ZUCK.
Probate Judge,
R. C. SMITH.
Supervisors,
W. H. CLARK,
C. H. BALLARD.
Surveyor,
J. E. WARDE.
Br. iWs
CREAM
Baking Powder
MAKES HOME BAKING EASY
Young housekeepers find in
its use the beginning of suc
cess in cookery.
Price Baking Powder Co.
CHICAGO,

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