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The Holbrook Argus., VOL IX. HOLBROOK. ARIZONA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1904. No. 51. CHALCEDONY LODGE NO, 6, F. & A. M. Merry Christinas! URTHSATUKDAY F BACH MONTH. Regular F' Meetings S L. E. Divelhess, W. M. F. M. Zuck. Secv. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. GEORGE P. SAMPSON. PHYSICIAN HUKHKDN, WINSLOW. : AlUZONA. Italia froui Holbrook urn) vicinity prompt!) uttemled to. DR. H. L. CH1LS0N, DWN'I'IPT. PrrMiamoiitly located ut Wllialow. Office lu liooth Building. R. E. M0RR1S0M. A I' TOliN R l'-A'I'-LA W, Prescott. Arir-oiia. T. F. MORAN, ATTORNEY-AT-UW. District Attorney of Navajo County. Office in Court House. Holbrook. . Arizona. Temporarily reinuvnl to Wintlow. a. f. McAllister. NOTARY PUBLIC, AND CONVEYANCER. HW.HItoOK AKI'mNA I The Argus wishes one and all i f its readtrs a Merry Cdristmas. Sheriff Houck made a business ; visit to VVinslow Wednesday. James Donahue came in irom rftnjjc Sunday. Jim was slightly under the weather, but under the treatment of Dr. Johnson is rap idly mending. The east bound limited. No. 4, was delayed here several hours last niomlay, by a freight ear running off the track about 4 miles east of here. . The American Lumber Co., has ! decided to erect a sash and door J factory in addition to their large i sawmill in Albuquerque. $70,000 worth of machinery has been i ordered and this department will give employment to two hundred additional men. A. A. Whitney, representing D. M. Osbourne, & Co., of Auburn, New York, manufacturers of har vesting machinery and farm im plements, spent Wednesday here. D. E. Slosser of l'inedale was here Wednesday purchasing sup plies. Mr. Slosser has recently been reappointed as Livestock Insjx-ctor at Pinedale. W. A. Frost, formerly a res: dent of Woodruff, now, living at Fruitland, N. M: arrived here Thursday with three loads of fine apples also a variety o"dried fruits. Mr Frost says "the San Juan county is certainly coming to the front, with'a possibility of a rail road building through that section in the near future," He will spend a few weeks here re newing old acquaintences before returning to Fruitland. nelly, and the coffin was lowered to its last resting place. The citizens of Holbrook ex tend their deepest sympathy to the bereaved family. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our heart felt thanks to the many friends for the expressions of sympathy shown us in the loss of our be loved mother. Also for the beau tiful floral offerings. , Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bargeman. Mrs. J. L. Clark. Miss Maggie Jervis. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Excursion Rates Miss Julia Scorse, who is at j tending the Normal school at i Flagstaff, arrived onNo.2Thurs- day night to spend the holidays : with home folks. The Christmas dance at Woos ter's hall last evening, w as the success of the season. A large crowd was in attendance, and all report having had a very enjoy able time. John Sharp is down from Young to spend Christmas Guy Mapes, of Winslow, iSj here visiting with friends. . j j George -Hennesey came down from Adamana yesterday to at tend the Christmas dance. A. L. Truax, of Adamana, j made a business visit here Mon day, i Atty. ). E. Jones, of Flagstaff! was here on professional business j Wednesday. J. B. Blevins arrived home from Clifton last evening to spend the h( lidavs with his family. . A train of fifteen cars of stock cattle from Texas passed through here Saturday night enroute to Winslow, where thev were un loaded and turned loose on the ranges near there. We nave been informed that Cupid has been shooting another '. quiver of arrows in this neck of' the woods. Wt are not certain who the injured parties are, but their announcemen will appear: later. An excursion rate of one and one-filth fare for the round trip has been granted on the main line of the Santa Fe, certificate plan, to the Territorial Teachers! i Association at Flagstaff. Tick ets on sale Dec. 28th and 29th, final return limit Jan. 8th. The, ; Association will run an excursion to the Grand Canyon Dec. 31st, for which a rate of $5.00 for the round trip has been granted. j A. H. McClure, i Sec'y T. T. A. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Prescott, Dec. 13, 1904. Notice l hereby given that the following uumeil settler has filed notice of hi intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before F. J. Wattron. U. S. Court Commissioner, at Hol brook, on Jan. 24, 1905. vis: Henry Hill for the lots S 4 4, B Swt. of Sec. 18. Tp. 10 N. K. 22 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said laud, Mm: Prank Nickolaus. of ShowLow, Arizona Isreul Laxton, " " " Abner Ellsworth, " " " Frank Kllworth. Henry Mills, Register. Treasurer elect J. W. Richards has moved his family into the Henning house. The board of supervisors will meet for the last time this year, next Tuesday. The retiring members of the board are Divel bess and Flickcnger. The new board will be composed of C res well, Smith and Shumway. Wanted A girl to do general house work for family of two. Address this office. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Williams of Winslow, were here Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Boyer. Pete Pemberton, K. C. Cres well and Barney Stiles came up from Winslow to attend the fun eral Monday. J. H. Young came down from Gallup Wednesday to make some repairs on the Postal Telegraph line near Aztec. Silas Fish arrived here Monday from the Samoan Island where he has spent the past four years in the interests ot the Latter Day Saints church, after spending a day here visiting with his father, Joseph Fish, he left for his home in Snowflake. Numerous cattle owners in the southern part of the Territory who shipped their stock out dur ing the late drouth are now ship ping their cattle back the luxuri ant grouth of feed on their ran ges fully justifying the expense of aeturning the cattle. Death of Mrs. Boyer After u long period of illness Mrs. Mary Boyer passed away away at eight o'clock Sunday morning. The decased leaves a husband, A. M. Boyer, and three daughters, Mrs. J. L.Clark, Mrs. E. H. Bargeman and Miss Mag gie Jervis. That Mrs. Boyer's friends were numbered In her acquaintences, was evidenced by the very large attendance at Hie funeral service,' which was held at the Boyer residence. The housewas crowd ed in every part, many people be ing compelled to remoin outside. The service was one of the most touching that we ever wit nessed; and we have no doubt that this is equally true of the many who shed tears of grief at that solemn service. Kev. Father Connelly offered prayer and spoke some very feel ing words of ad monition to those assembled. After the last look had been taken at Mrs. Boyer by her many friends, the beautiful black coffin, covered with wreaths of the choicest flowers, was con veyed to the hearse. Thetuneral cortege was a large and repre sentative one, numerous convey ances taking part. At the grave side the final words of prayer were pronounced by Kev. Con- Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, Land Of fide at Prescott, A. T. Dec. 13, 1904. Notion Is hereqy given that the following named settler has Hied notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and thut said proof will be made before F. J. Wattron, U. 8. Court Commissioner at Hol brook, Arizona, on Jan. 23, 1905, viz: John H. Huiuen, for the SE. M, Sec. 112 AS. H Swt, A Swt. SE. !4, Sec 33, Tp. 9 N., R. S3 B He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon cultivation of said land, via: D. S. Penrod, of Pinetop, Arizona Bert Penrod, " " " N.T.Baker, Frank Nikolaus " ShowLow Feu. S. Hildreth, Register. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Prescott, A. T., Dec. 13, 1904. Notice is hereby given that the following named setuler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support os his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore F. J. Wattron, V. S. Court Commissioner at Holbrook, A. T., on Jan. 23d. 1905, via: Frank Nikolaus, for the K St. tiwt'A ot Sw44 Nwt!4 SK'.i Sec. 20, Tp. 10 N. R. 22 B. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Isreai Laxton, of ShowLow, Arizona Henry Mills, " Aimer Ellworth, " " " Frank Ellworth, " " " Fen. S. Hildreth, Register 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trim MlRKl Trade Marks Designs riM.UO.AUTB Alt Anyone sending a sketcb and description rosy qnlokly ascertain our opinion free whetber an Invention Is probably patentable. 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