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F. H. HAtHORN "- . J. O LATHROP I'KOl'UIBTOUS OK THE Holbrook Livery and Feed Stables We are after your business. Give us a trial. We i . . . ' , - . ' will do our part promptly and to your satisfaction. KPPtKITk liRPflT I LI A TUAIM t rwt r-k'-M-k. . i k .. w w- . A.&B. SCHUSTER, Holbrook Concho St. Johns J N u kth is i J) b tb a o k ' IIAinUKW LA I iIKUi'i ' ' ""'""TitiSMiNA V V ' XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXO iiriOOOCXXiCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX) 'i zzxxzrzxxxxxxxxzxYXTxxxzi azTirarriyrrr yzttttitytyyxi I THE APACHE HOUSE Holbrook - - Arizona One Block North of The Depot v Kates $2.oo Per Day Special Rates by Week or rionth TABLES THE BEST BEDS THE BEST Mrs. V. V. HATHORN Proprietress. . xxxxxxxxxixxxxrixxrxxxTxxz9xrgxxxzxixxxxxxixxxzxxxxi V M I I 1 M Agents for Studebaker Spring Vehicles SCHUTTLER Freight Wagons The Denver News is collecting Mid sending one hundred car loads of potatoes to the destitute people of Ireland. Statisticians find that some thing like 2,000 vessels of all sorts disappear in the sea every year, never to be heard from ngain, taking with them 12,000 human beings and involving a money loss of $100,000,000. According to the annual report of Commissioner-General Frank P. Sargeant, of the Bureau of Immigration, there has been a large increase in immigration to this country during the last fiscal year, when 857,000 foreigners crossed our borders. Water is the life of the soil. By irrigation that lile can be sup plies exactly when needed and in exactly the proper measure. It makes the farmer the master, of his business. He does not have to delay plowing and planting until the soil dries or until it rains. It is understood that Denver will be selected as the site for the Army and Navy hospital, which the federal government will erect for consumptives, and for which an appropriation of $50,000 has been set aside. The majority of the commission in charge favors Denver, although two members advocated some site in Arizona. The court and law and order officials of Navajo county, Ariz., have on their hands an aborigne who might bp recorded in the class of Mrs. Chad wick and Mme. Humbert, noted, phantom paper swindlers. This Indian is a Navajo and worked for the Santa Fe. lie was given a check for $34 in pa' ment for labor. Thinking possi bly, that thecompany had plenty of money and his funds being a little low he scratched 100 in front of the 34, raising the check to $10,034. However he did not raise the writing and the check was not cashed. Aluquerque Citizen. Brother Hughes is slightly mistaken in the breed of Indian, Arizona Navajoes haven't got that far advanced, he Was a Pu eblo Indian, from Laguna, New Mexico. Pure Nevada Refined Sulphur for Sheep-dip. Store and Ranch Supplies a Specialty, Mail orders receive prompt attention. Quotations cheerfully oiven. DELEGATE VOTE The highest structure in the world ls'vthe Eiffel tower in Par is, erected on the ChampdeMars in honor of the Paris exposition, by Gustave Eiffel. It is 985 feat high, contains about 7,000, tons of steel and iron and cost about one million dollars. There are restaurants and cafes in thetow er, which is divided into three stories, Serveral elevators to the top of it. run The official returns from all counties are now in the office of Secretary Nichols and show that the plurality of Mark Smith is 872. The following is an abstract of the votes cast by counties for the two principals candidates: Countinn Smith Fowler Apache . 209 Cochise 2,001 Coconino ....... 496 Gila.:... 752 Graham 1,111 Maricopa... 1,731 Mohave 344 Navajo..!.. 290 Pima 893 Pinal.. ,369 Santa Cruz 239 Yavapai ...1,492 Yuma 467 The total vote of other con- gressional.cadindates was Shaw 1,304, Gibson 125, Leach 82. WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPASED FACILITIES THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. BiaraiBraTnBrT7Bn EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS. ' CAPITAL, AND SURPLUS $125,000.00 DEPOSITS $1.000, 000. OO OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. SOLOMON LUNA. President. W. S. STRICKLER. V. P.. AND Cashier. W. d. JOHNSON. Asst. Cashier WM. MCINTOSH GEO. ARNOT. J. C, BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CKOMWEIL DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY. 301 1,375 567 383 793 1,974 213 ' 331 1,027 206, ;309 .i;008 Do you get The Argus ? First National Bank, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M; Officers and Directors: Joshua S. Raynolds, President. M. W; FLOURNOY.Vice President. Frank JVTCKee, Cashier. W. W. WooDS,.'..Assist. Cashier. H. F. Raynolds,.":;:.v.. ..Director. U. S. DEPOSITORY; Authorized Capi tal, $500,000.00 Paid-up Captal, Surplus and Prof its, $250,000.oo. Depository t or Atchison, Tope ha and Santa Pe Railway Co. ( SHEEP BRANDS. .yOHN NK1.SON. Postofflce Heber; Arizona. Ranee West Blftuk Caflon. j a Firebrand r on nos IN Earm&rkg Crop ovarcroD rieht and split left for eweK, re. TT 0 For Orunt Corral- pondence Strictly (mfidcnilal. Drunkenness, Opium. Morphine ami other Drug Efelnq. theTobacco Haiti and Neurasthenia. THE KEELEV verned on weathers Dwlght, III.