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From The Argus. The Arizona Transportation and Auto mobile Company with Headquarters at Holbrook. Capitalized for $50,000, Articles of Incorporation now Ready to be Filed. Autos Costing $ 1 5,000 to be Ordered Immediately. Santa Fe Railway to Cooperate with the new Enterprise. K. M. Jackson, W. H. Damn, Industrial Agent for the Santa Fe Railway Co., the promoters of a new enterprise which will lie known as the Arizona Transpor tation and Automobile Co. arriv ed here Sunday and today unfold ed at a meeting of the represen tative business men and property owners of this place, the result of their investigations which have been quietly going on for several months looking toward the establishing of an automobile transportation service between Holbrook and Fort Apache and way stations and also to the Pet rified Forest. Mr. Jackson and Mr. Daunt were in possession of facts and figures as to the actual cost of equipping the line with three of the best machines obtain- j able and adapted to the kind of work required of them over the route in question, as well as the estimated cost of their operation, j Mr. Daum stated that he was i authorized to state rfiat the San- j ta Fe Co looked on the proposi-j tion verv favorably and as the first step in this direction, they promise to make Holbrook a regular stopping point for limited trains Xos. 3 and 4- so that pas-1 sengers who may desire to avail themselves of the automobile ser vice to the Petrified Forest and other points of interest in this lo cality may do so. Mr. Hulet, speaking tor the A. C. M. I. of this place who now have the con tract for carrying the U. S. mail from Holbrook to Fort Apache, stated that they would gladly turn over the mail contracc to the new Company. A board of 1 five directors were now elected by the stockholders, said board consisting of K. M. Jackson,Jno. | pSade from Pure brape Qaaiii oi iarfar^j I i f b!Pnictfs | |Sh*eW«i fV Alum I R. Hulet, H. Kempenich, 11. H. Scorse and Robt. Scott. The first three named were than elec ted to serve as President, Vice President and Treasurer and Sec retary respectively in -the order named. S2O 000 of the stock is practical! paid in now, taken up mostly by the residents of this lo cality. The project is surely launched under the most favor able auspices, asundoubtedlv the War Department, the Interior Department and the Santa Fe Ry. Co. will fill be interested in the successful operation of an automobile line over the routes j contemplated, q The impression seems to exist in some of the neighboring towns that smallpox is prevailent in Holbrook as well as in other ■ towns along the line of the Santa ■ Fe. This is a wrong impression, i as up to date Holbrook has not i had a case of this disease for sev- j eral years. i The notices that are publicly 1 posted about town are simply wise precautionary measures 1 taken by the County Hoard of Health to prevent people from | coining here from the infested lo calities without a health certifi cate issued them by an examin ing physician. i Mrs. D. 11. Penrod, who is; teaching school at Pinedale, re j eeived word by telephone Sunday ! morning of the serious illness of I her father, A. J. Henderson, at Winslow. Mrs. Penrod, accom panied by Mr. Penrod, started for Winslow, arriv ing here the same evening in time to catch the westbound limited, which had been instructed toj | stop for them. Mr. Henderson! is an old-time Santa Fe engineer, land has been in poor health for! some time. Hon. Robert Scott is returning J from Washington D. C. where he; has been for a couple of weeks ] as the representative of the Ari-’ zona Wool Growers Association. \ Besides meeting the President! land Mr. Pinchot, Mr. Scott had j the pleasure of visiting with Mr. A. F. Potter, who now holds a high position in the Bureau of | Forestry. Mr. Potter wished to : be remembered to all his old friends in Arizona. Mr. Scott will continue on to Phoenix. W. H. Daum, Industrial Agent for the Santa Fe Ry. Co., with headquarters in Los Angeles was here last week on business con nected with the Arizona Trans portation and Automobile Co., returning to that city on Sun day’s limited. Walter Dean, formerly employ ed by the Santa Fe as operator and agent at this place, but who is now- agent for the Company at Sunshine came down last Sunday on business and is incidently re newing old acquaintances. W. H. Clark left during the w eek for T ueson where he goes to attend a meeting of the Terri torial Republican Executive Com mittee of which he is a member. 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I tell my husband || | WOMAN’S RELIEF | jja was worth its weight in gold B jgj to me, and I recommend it to B H all women.” J& At all Druggists B Get DeWitt'sCarbolizedWitch Haze l Salve—it is healing, sooth ing and cooling. It is good for piles. Sold by Winslow Drug Store, A. E. Gillard, Prop. - This is what the Hon. Jake Moore, State Warden of Georgia says of Kodol for Dyspepsia: “E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago, 111.—Dear Sirs—l have suffered more than twenty years from indigestion. About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that I could not di , gest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything on my stomach, I lost 25 lbs.; in fact I made up my mind that I could | not live but a short time, when a friend of mine recomnended Kodol. I consented to try it to please him and I was better in one day. I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and am in better health than for many years. Kodol did it, I keep a bottle constantly, and write this hoping that humanity will be benefited. Yours very truly. Jake C. Moore, Atlanta, Aug. 10, 1904.” Sold by Winslow Drug Store. A E. Gillard, Prop. Sour Stomach No appetite, loss of strength, nervous* ness, headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, sour rising and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion. Kodol relieves indigestion. This new discov ery represents the natural Juices of diges tion as they exist in a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties. Kodoi for dyspepsia does not only relieve indigestioc and dyspepsia, but this famous remedj helps all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Mr. S. S. Ball, of Ravenswood. W, Va.. says— “ I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years. 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