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Vol. 1. (Eight--p) .HOLBROOK, NAVAJO ..COUNTY, JUNE.' 25, l?69t -;(Eiglltpa?e5) ; No. 7
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STOCK GROWERS
BANK of HOLBROOK
HOLBROOK, - ARIZONA
Will open for business in a few day .
CAPITAL STOCK $50X00X0
FuÜ7 Subscribid
OFFICERS:
Joen R. Hulet, Pres.
H. H. Scop.se, Vice Pre-.
G. T Clixs, Cashier V
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Adolf Sefcmter John R. Eul:t H. H. Pcor.e
G. T CH.n Rcl t. Scott
OUR MOTTO:
A Square Deal to Everyone
I
W. H. CLARK
Wholesale Hay, Grsin,- Salt, f
ides and-Paitad
agency; i,-. " ,
. Joseph Schlitz Brewing 0 : : ny bottled Boer,
Santa Rosa Vineyard Co., '. .-. unia Wines and Brandies.
Your Crr'ers Sellcifd, ; , Kclbrook, Arrz:na.
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Tucsdrjr, T tur tiers aud Saturc!ays
" RC-WD TRIP RATES
Los Angeles - .- . $20.00
San Diego - - - 29. CO
Redondo Beach ... 29. CO
Catalina Is'and - 31.25
San Francisco - - - S3. CO
Sputa Barbera ... 29. CO
Tickets limited to November 0, 1C3
Glad to Answer A.vy ij'.Tnrass
E. J. NCR DYKE. -cent.
Subscribe for the NEWS.
Miss Elizabeth Gleason , v.ho
hsf been teaching1 at Flagstaff,
returned Monday from a weeks
vacation with Mrs. H. W. Ilop'en
near Pinedale.
W. B. Wood purchased from
Mrs. Jennie Zuck the first two
lots west of his residence. Mr.
Woods has great faith in the fu-t.u-e
of Holbrook.
Married at the home of the
Bride in Woodruff, yesterday,
Miss May Gardner to Mr. Clifford'
Frost. The Elide is the daugh-
tef of Chairman, Q. R. Gardner,
and. has many friends. Mr. Frost
is a well known young- man of
good character and many friends.
The News extends congratulation?.
The school bor.rd have asked
for ptens and spsci. "cations for
the new school building. If you
have any pkns or suggestions
please send them in.
The News aft?r next week will
be a four page, five column all
home print. We make this
change in order to take care of
our business,
ITolbrook must have a witr
system. It takes water to make
lawnc and shr.de trees and it
takes all these to make beautfull
homes.
The stone work on the Mer
chants end Sccekgrowers Brink
h-.ü Leen completed ana the build
ing is now in ehuge of the car
penters and plasterers. Mr.
Ciine, the cashier, says all the
-raterial is here to complete the
building.
Sirsy She's, Kits and KissíS from
Fi. Apsche.
Col. H. O. Perley, Chief Sur-
! geon of the Dept. arrived here
i on inspection tour Sunday, and
i left for Whipple Barracks Mon-
day. '.
Miss Francis Gibbons who has
I been attending school at Preg
! cott, arrived heré last Sunday tc
' spend vacation with her parents,
Mr. end Mrs. John Gibbons.
In the ball game Sunday the
Sheepherder in sliding to second
dished a wheel, it looked foi
awhile like another case of light
diet, but he recovered.
Ed Lorant of E troop, better
, known as sky pilot No. 2. hai
: taken a back seat and gone tc
reading the police Gazette again
I The soldiers of Apache have nc
'bad habits, they don't even drink
; or marry to excess. Por que.
There was a pony race last Sal
iurday on the tripod drill grounds
for a purss of $4.80. The littk
j pony of Miss Julia Gibbons rod
: by Corporal Battle Axx was thr
; winner. "Fannie" the little po-
:ny own 3d by Miss Ella Sheldon,
i was rode by Master Jack Gibhoni
jcame in second.
Í Sgt. Pete Lunchen and Clerl
Guyer, the H. troop botanist havt
been making fish ponds in front i
of troop quarters and the way
they weild the pick shows thej
have three years to da it in.
E troop left Monday for a three
days practice march; they will al
io r.:? th country covered.-Re
turning to the post on the 2o. 11
troop will go out on the 24, foi
the same number of days, secur
ing maps of all roads and territo
ry covered by them, al3o.
Ordnance Sgt. Bieble Melts
lots these warm days aside from
playing pinochle.
Next Friday the 29, will be
field day here, there will be all
kinds of games and sporting
events, the winners of which will
be given in next issue of the
News. - -- .
McLain of H, C. sold his white
burro for $10. CO and invested
same in a horsa. Mc says horse
hides are more valuable.
Sgt. Major Keeney turned out
last Sunday all togged in his blue
with fried shirt, collar and cuffs.
ne aiso irequentiy nas a nice
bouquet of flowers on his desk of
late, it is rumored that something
will drap poco snakes.
Patsy Lott says be has a nice
snug income above and aside
from his clothing allowance,
Max Dohle says he can take
one squadron (4 hives) of his
inpirtid b333 and whip
any regiment of cavalry that ev
er came down the pike.
We go to press with Bieble
and keeny at the bat.
Charley Oxx.
A.;& B,' SCHUSTER .
Holbrook
V-
St. Johns '
We have added to our stock Gem Ranges, best
$36.00
steel, large oven complete with reservoir O
md high closet,
clEV-O-NOC lever action washing -j rml
nachines, the easiest and best made, pAxtii'
Solé Agents: Schuttler roller bearing wagons
Studebaker Spring Vehicles ' :
Seabeura Tobacco Dip
KM JJW J MM MU2 M JUJit.
Extra Light Weight Repeating liic
4
Shoots a liohf cartridge lor "fun" or target
work and two heavier ones for, hunting.
This rifle handles .aa Short, .aa Long or .32 Long Rifle cart
ridges without change of adjustment. It's a take-down and
a very handy, all-around small caliber repeater. Examine one
and you'll agree that it's the biggest rifle value ever offered.
ASK YOUR DEALER TO SHOW YOU ONE.
FOR SALE BY
A. & B. SHUSTER
A Substantia! Institiitian
I THE NAVAJO COUNTY, 'AÑIL
I of WinsloW and Holbrook. Arizona
Territorial Depository Navajo County Deposiorj
Local Deposito rjr of the A. T & 5. F. Railway 3 '; , ;' ' v'
OFFICERS . ; r : r ;
W. H. Burbage, Pres. F. W. Nelson, Vice Pres. & Cashier
R. C. Kaufman and Lloyd C. Henning, Asst. Cashiers ;
CIRECTORS ' i -.r ' ;- '
W. H. Barbase T. W. Nlon . Henry Hiinint; ' W. W.'Perltrri." f). B. Sutton
Capital, Surpluss & Profits $40,000
Deposits $180,000.
I Deposits Solicited Appreciated and Protected
Interest paid on saying deposits
HOLBROOK DRUG CO.
A full line of Drugs, Patent Medicine, "
Fruits in Season, Fine Wines and
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacbos, Toiled
Articles and Confectionery, Full Line
of the Latest Magazines : : : ;
Holbrook,
Arizona
Mis3 Leah Gardner visited
friends here this week.
Have us send the News to your
friends back east. It wi:l do as
well as a letter.
Wednesday we counted at one
time twelve wagons loaded with !
wool with an average of fourteen
sacks of three hundred pounds
each, n:ore than fifty thousand
pounds of wool in one day at one j
time waiting- to be unladed.
B. B. CROSBY and COMPANY
Livery, Feed zná Sale Stable
vede
We have just received a Car of Lime S8 and half
per cent pure; and fresh.
We are Selling bright green Alfalfa Hav; not Fox Tail.
The Horse Restaurant is just
North of the Depot : :
Holbrook
: : : Arizona
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