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S 1 file absolute jsLly &c 5 beaUii fulness of food raised wiUi Ps D V. “ PO A pure, cream of 1 faW Its fame Is wos&* :-y(ck [WjB I i Holbrook Happenings From The- Argus. : Miss Viola Olson of Winslow \jeas brought to Holbrook last Thursday on theehargeofinsani ty.s Ofn being examined by Dr. j Hathaway and Dr. Brown, both! of Winslow, it was decided that it would be best to send the girl; to tjhe asylum at Phoenix. Al! preparations were made to carry out 1 this plan, when the brother of the girl arrived from New Mexico, and on his showing that ( he was able and more than will-. ing to take care ol his sister, that unfortunate young lady was; given in his charge and she was taken to a private hospital in Winslow. Mr. W. B. Woods left for Los Angeles Thursday for a visit of a couple or three weeks. He is ex pected to honor the fleet with a visit and tell the sailors of the, glories of Arizona in general and of Holbrook in particular. It is further expected that he will use his influence to have the fleet pay a visit to this section ofthecoun tr-v - Several of the sheep men in this vicinity have already hauled their wool to Holbrook. Some have sold out, while others, not being satisfied with the prevail-j ing prices, have consigned their* to some well known commission house in either Philadelphia or j Boston. The sheep corral of Juan Padii-1 la presents a pretty scene just at present. The shearers are run- j ing full time and many bands j still in waiting. Sheriff Woods made a flying trip to Winslow on county busi- j ness last Friday. Born; April 19th., to Mrs. and Mr. Wm. R. Scorse, a son. The j b.oy is a true son of Arizona,] strong and healthy, full of vigor and of life. The mother doing nicely and the doctors still claim ; there is some hopes for the father. Easter Sunday was clear and , I bright and the young ladies cer ! tainly took advantage of this fact to come out in their new Easter hats. Several ol the pret tiest hats ever seen in Arizona appeared on the streets Sunday. Saturday’s wind was rather strong. It just took a shoH time to get bv a certain point and then it took the point with it. The Chinaman’s barking dog was caught with his month open and turned inside out. Recorder McAllister has been cleaning up his yard, trimming his trees and putting in a garden, i “Mac” himself has not been working so any one would notice it, but has done a good bit of the heavy looking on. Kodol For Dyspepsia has I helped thousands of people who ! have had stomach trouble This I I is what one man says of it: "E. I,C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago. 11l Gentlemen —In lßi*7 I had a dis ease of the stomach and bowels. I could not digest anything 1 late and in the spring of 1902 I | bought a bottle of Kodol and I the benefit I received from | that bottle all the gold in Geor j gia could not buy. 1 still use ja little occosionally as I find it •a line blood purifier and a good i tonic. May you live long and prosper. Yours very truly, C. N. Cornell, Roding, Ga., Aug. 27, 1906.” Sold by Winslow Drug Store. ! A. E. Gillard, Prop. Quite a large party of young people of Snowflake, Taylor and vicinity' passed through Hol brook Saturday' on their way to Joseph City, where they gave an entertainment Saturday evening. County Treasurer J. W. Rich ards has been out with his sheep for the past several days. His clip of wool brought the highest price of any' wool sold in Hol brook so far this season. Mrs. Joseph F. Woods, Baby* Joe, and Master Chauncv left for Phoenix on Friday for a visit to j the parents of Mrs. Woods. They are expected to return in a few days. ; Dr. Chilson of Winslow paid' ] this place a professional visit last week. The doctor finds this ; place rather suits him and he in-1 tents to make regular visits in j the future. , — ~ .j Frank Wallace, the Adamana j cattle king, was in Holbrook during the week getting supplies for his cow camp, and incident i ally, renewing old acquaintances. 1 John Divelbess came in to Hol brook Sunday from the Smith camp. He says the grass is start ing up fine and the feed is first class for the sheep. Supt. Gibson of the Santa Fe passed through Holbrook Sun day on a tour of inspection. He was met at the depot by Mr. I mil, also of the Santa Fe. H. H. Scorse left Friday with a supply' of provisions to his several sheep camps south of town. Mr. Scorse does not ex pect to shear for some time y’et. Remarkable Sentence. Perhaps for concentrated inaccur acy of statement nothing can surpass the following sentence, which oc curred m an account of a burglary given a short time back in a paper: “After a fruitless search in all the money was recovered, except one pair of boots.” Too Polite to Complain. “It seemed to me that Miss Hard ing ate rather sparingly last night at dinner,” mused the Flat Dweller. “I wonder why?” “I know why,” re turned the girl. “You filled the salt cellar with sugar and she sweetened her chicken.” To have perfect health we must have perfect digestion, and it is very’ important not to permit of any delay the mo ment the stomach feels out of order. Take something at once that you know will promptly and unfailingly assist digestion. There is nothing better than Kodol for dyspepsia, indigestion sour stomach, belching of gas and nervous headache. Kodol is a natural digestant. and will digest what you eat. Sold by Winslow Drug Store, A. E. 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