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V r&us. VOL X. HOLBROOK. ARIZONA SATURDAY, JANUARY 14. 1905. No. 3. TKe Holbrook f LOCAL and PERSONAL. J. D. Bull left Sunday morning for Phoenix. Sheriff Houck was called to Flagstaff yesterday. Z. N. Decker was a business visitor in Holbrook today. Silas D. Smith is now employed as clerk in the Co-op. store. District Attorney Geary was here Thursday on official busi ness. J. I. Porter, oi Ileber. was a 'business visitor in the county scat Monday. Miss Maggie Jervis went to Winslow yesterday to have some dental work done. A large baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Richard last Sunday. Major Bishop passed through here Wednesday morning on his return to Fort Apache from F'ort Huuchuca. Adolf Schuster, accompanied by his brother Benjamin, board ed No. 7 yesterday for his home in Los Angeles. , George Rol'y's water service gang are here calking the . tank and making other needed repairs at the pump house. LeandroOrtego, ex-treasurer ol Apache county, passed through j hers Friday en route to Phoenix j to look after his sheep interests. Mr. C. E Burton and family j arrived from Reams' Canon this J evening, and will leave in the i morning for Grand Junction,! Colorado. j Pete Goeslin, a well-known j sheepman who resides in Wins- j low, passed through Holbrook ( Wednesday on his way to! Springerville. ! Theodore Farley, one of thej obliging clerks in the A. C. M. 1., j lioarded No. 2 Monday night for; Ogdcn, Utah. Mr. Farley hopes f u return to Holbrook in about ; thirty days, but may be com-j pelled to remain in Utah. j Captain Henry Warren, at one time superintendent of the Aztec Land and Cattle company's in terests here, accompanied by 1 Howell Jones, Santa Fe land j commissioner, and Willis T, Lee, of the geological survey and an J expert on underground water, J arrived here yesterday and are looking the county over with the object of developing water. Frank Wallace came up lrom Aztec headquarters Thursday morning and swore out war rants for some unknown parties, who, later proved to be Lee Smith and Frank Jones, '""both well known in Winslow, who had opened his granary the night be fore and helped themselves to a sack of oats. He had trailed them to the Rope place, and there they had left the road and took across the hills. Mr. Wal lace and Undershcriff Divelbess took up their trail and overtook them about one mile east of Five-Mile. They were given aj preliminary hearing before Judge Ilathorn yesterday find bound over to await the action of the grand jury with bond fixed at $500. As yet they have not been successful in securing bail. The snow storm which com menced here early Monday morn ing and continued almost inces santly for three days, is the best storm that this part of the coun try has enjoyed for years. The snowfall was heavy and contain ed an unusual amount of water for this section of the country. Prosperity will certainly reign in Coconino county this year, and in Flagstaff in particular. Flag staff Gem. Through a private letter re ceived from II. Lynch; Esq., we learn that Salomon Luna , Esq , this week shipped 55 cars of rinej sheep lrom Navajo to the market. These sheep had been grazing in this county for some time past and were in good condition. St. Johns Herald. Q. K. Gardner, assemblyman- elect, came down lrom Woodruff Wednesday and boarded No. 1 Thursday morning ior Phoenix to look alter Novajo county's in terests during the coming session of the legislature which convenes in that city next Monday. Miss Barbarita Baca passed through here yesterday on her return to her home in Heber from St. Johns, where she has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Benj. Schuster. F W NeNoil vice nresideilt ofl the Navajo County bank arrived here Sunday on his return from St. Johns and Springerville. .!.,. lui Vi-id Iwcn on ;i 1niinc trip. Mrs. Chad wick has been called "the feminine Napoleon of fi nance." As she has been indict ed by the Cleveland grand jury for forgery it looks as if she had reached a point periliously near her Waterloo. WANTED 10 men in each state to travel, tack signs and distributee-samples and circulars ot our . goods. Salary $75.00 per month. $3.00 per day for expenses. KUIILMAN CO., Dept. W., Atlas Bldg., Chicago j XXXXXXXXXXiixxxxixxxxxaxyy . ... THE . . . Navajo County Bank (INCORPOKATKD) Winslow, Arizona. Capital Stock Fullu Paid in $25,000, Surplus and Undivided Profits $6,275, With Deposits of $100,000. OFFICERS: VV. H. Burhagr, President. F. W. Nelson, Vice-President. Geo. A. Lane, Cashier. DIRECTORS: W. H. Burbage, F. W. Nelson, Geo. A. Lank, W. W. Perkins, Henry Huning. STOCKHOLDERS: W. W. Peukinh J. X. Woods J. 1. Khkntz (Jed. A. Wolff K. J. Wattuuh Jno. K. Chant JlII.H.'H WETKI.KK L. I. liUCHANON E. W. Nklhon David Bahuitt C. .1. Bauhitt W. S. Hotskouu NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Frescott, Dec. 13, 1904. Notice Is hereby given tlmt the following numed settler lias Med notieof hisinlention to make final proof in support of his claim, mid tlmt suiil proof will lie made before F. J. Wuttmti. U. S. Court Commissioner, at Hol- t I. T ! KUir. wi. flut.xv Millaffif tIl0 ,,' 3 & 4, kj s-t. of s. is. tp.ion. k. 22 K. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon uml cultivu tion of said land, .iz: Frank Nicko'.aus. of Show Low, Arizona IreaJ Laxton, " Aimer Kllsworth. Frank Kllworth. " " Feil.S llildroth Register. Notice for Publication Department or the interior, Land Of fide at Prescott, A. V. Dec. 13, 1904. Notice it) here'ly given that the following named settler has filed notice of bis intention to make llnal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be mude before F. .1. Wattron, r. S. Court Commissioner ut Hol- I"'"'"1- Arizona, on. Inn. 2a, 11105. viz: John H. Swt. SH. ! i. Sec 33, Tp. It N.. K. Zt K lie names the following witnesses to prove 1,1. KfiiLtiimniu riiiftiiwn Html) I'll Iti Vlit I nil fkf ; KHiJ i,ui, viz: i 1.S. I'enroil. of Pinetop. Arizona t Bert l'enrod. j N. T. Hakcr. Frank Nikolans ShowLow Fen. S. Hildrelb, KegiKtet. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Prescott, A. T., Dec. 13. 19O4. Notice is hereby given that the following named setcler has filed notice of bis inten tion to make Html proof in support os his claim, uml that said proof will be made be fore F. .1. Wuttron, I'. S. Court Commissioner ut Holbrook, A. T.. on Jan. 23(1. 1!TO, viz: Frank Nikolans. for the K' NwtV, of Swt'i Nwt',; SK' Sec. 2), Tp. Ill N. K. 22 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his eoutiuiious residence upon anil cultiva tion of said bind, viz: Isreal LiiNtoii. of ShowLow. Arizona Henry Mills. '' , Aimer F.IIworth. " ," Frank Wiworth, Fen. S. Hililreth.' Register Zi: zzzxxxxx W. H. IiUllHAUB F, W. Nelbon Geo. A. Lane M. W. FtiOUHNOY Henuv Hum no CHALCEDONY LODGE NO. 6, F & A. M. Regular Meetings FOURTH SATUHDAY OF KACH MONTH. L. E. DlVELHESS, W. M. F. M. Zuck. Secy. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. GEORGE P. SAMPSON, IJUYS1CIAN and HUltCiKON, WINSLOW, :-: ARIZONA. Culls from Holbrook am! vicinity promptb at tended to. DR. H. L. CHILSOiSI, KN TIS'i'. rcrmimently located lit Winslovr. Olfiee in I tool h Huilding. R. E. MORRISON, 'lTOUNHi'.A'l'.I,A W, Prescott, Arizona. GEORGE 'if. CROSBY. JR. ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. DISTRICT ATTORNEY of APACHIi CJODNTV St. Johns, Arizona. Special attention given to practice In Apache and Navajo Counties. a. f. McAllister, NOTARY PUBLIC, AND CONVEYANCER. 'IOLHKOOK AKI.ONA SHEEP BRANDS. .FOIIN NIXSON. Postoflire Heber. Arizona. RniiKre West Hlnck Cufion. Firebrand tJ on nose Earmarks Crop RBS3n anil -:plit left overcrop right '8si,'sat for on es, re. versed fin weathers Subscribe for the Argus and get all the county news. $2 per vear in advance.