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BAKING POWDER - L gJ IHI * ar ’ a P urc * hcalth-givlnfl fruit p ' L B J acid, is derived solely from grapes r |d L®J Poisonous Ingredients are sound in Ihe m I low-priced baking powders. Tlseir y I] active principle is a mineral acid de- jp9 j, L| H J rived from sulphuric acid, oil of vitriol -J i | ■ _—_ f'l Ml 'Wi jfj ! i Study the label and buy j ' only baking powder made k «LJM :*d . from cream oi tartar ~ Holbrook Happenings From The Argus. Traveling Dentist Runs Amuck. Dr. Treen, a traveling dentist learned to his cost last week that it was necessary for him to have an up-to-date license from the Territorial Dental Board before he successfully practice dentistry in this Territory. The resident dentists in this county had cause to believe that he did not hold such license and filed complaint against him, whereupon a war rant of arrest was issued by Judge Zuck and placed in the hands of the Sheriff, who had Dr. Treen arrested at Concho, where he was doing some dental work. At the hearing given here it developed that he was not in possession of the required liseense. The court imposed the minimum fine, which was SIOO and he was required to pay the costs in the matter. The Doctor asked for time in which to telegraph for funds to be sent him which was granted. He re ceived the remittance the follow ing day and after paying the fine and costs he boarded the next train for Los Angeles. Dr. Chilson of Winslow and Dr. Baker of Wil liams were the dentists who ap peared against the defendant in the ease. Summer Showers and Lighting Flashes in White Mountains near Cooleys. An unusual occurrence for this time of the year was the warm showers accompained by thunder and lightning at Cooleys on last Saturday evening. Rain com menced falling at 4 P. M. last Saturday evening, continuing at intervals until 7 P. M. rapidly melting the snow that has lain on the ground since the snow storm of several days since. As a result the mountain streams quickly became torrents. During i the night Silver Creek and Show low were running so high that it delayed the stage several hours. While the Little Colorado here felt the effects of the melting snow it did not overflow its banks and it is not thought that any unu sual floods will result. Operator W. V. Shoemaker has resigned his position with the Santa Fe heae and expects to leave within a few days with his family for Sioux City lowa, where he visit a short time with relatives before Mr. Shoemaker accepts a position as a telegraph er with the Illinois Central which has been tendered him. Their many friends here will regret very much their departure and the best wishes of all will accompany them, wishing them success wherever they may decide to lo cate. In losing Mr. Shoemaker the Santa Fe Co loses one of the most efficient men ever in their employ at this station. The Stars and Stripes floated peacefully from the staff on the dome of the Courthouse here last Saturday in honor of Washing ton’s birthdaya Assuredly’ not many more anniversaries of the natal day’ of the Father of our country must pass ere two more stars will be placed in the azure field of our flag, and one of them will mean Arizona. Captain Henry Warren accom pained by’ Mrs. Warren and their little son were in from their ranch at the Aztec Land and Cattle Co. headquarters last Sunday’ after- noon, returning home the same evening. The Captain states that their reservoirs are full to overflowing with water, only awaiting the hand of the farmer to put it to its best use, in the cultivation of the soil. », Like the Arab who silently folds his tent and steals softly away across the desert did C. H. Brownell one day last week, turn ing his foot steps toward Phoe nix, the present Mecca of the Shriners where after a long and dry (?) pilgrimage he will be per mitted to moisten his parched lips at the fountains in the Gar dens of Allah. The Williams News reports that a case of smallpox was re cently discovered among the pri soners in the county jail at Flag staff. This does not surprise us, Some prisoners will do anything to break out. W. H. Daum, Industrial agent for the Santa Fe Company’, is in the city to-day. He was former ly agent at Holbrook. His head quarters are now in Los Angeles. —Flagstaff Gem. April 3d has been designated by the Governor as Arbor Day for Apache, Coconino, Navajo, Mo have and Yavapai Counties. Judge R. C. Smith is again at tending to his official duties as usual, having recovered from a week’s illness. 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