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Vol. 1. (Eight Pages) HOLBROOK, NAVAJO COUNTY, JULY 2, 1909. - ,sight Pages) No. 8. íííí . J V H ii fi ( is STOCK GROWERS BANK of HOLBROOK KOLBRCO! AEIIGKA Will open for bsincss in a few 7 CAPITAL STOCK $50.ÜÜÜ.CG Fully Subjcrikd OFFICERS: Joen R. Hulet, Tres. H. H. Scorse, Vice Pres. G. T. Clint:, Cashier AUoli ScJiatr John K. Hulrt H.' H. Scorn G. T CH IiCKt. Scott OUR MOTTO: A Square Deal to Everyone i tj I ' We. your cwr.nntl?c r-ppoiatsd to' draft, if -'i'3utio:i . of sorrow ' and reaper fc or. account of the death' o-í J 'rol 1 er I'. M. --Zuck, beg leave to sabinir. the following, iowit: í ' VKEíi2Á8, WmsW Lodge. No. óC-J, oí' the Cene v oler t and Frotjcvive Order of Elks, h once n;rvS caíieM upon to raonm tne io?3 of a belo ved Brother; another : vacant chair confronta us as we assemble t .ether; another name lis inscribed on our Memorial i Tablet and again at the appoint I ed hoar our hearts swell and jthrob as we think of him who i has passed to the groat beyond. In accordance with the immu table laws of nature and of na ture's God, our .beloved Brother, F. M. Zuck, has left us forever. Mortality has put on immortali ty. Time has been exchanged for eternity, there to solve the prop lem of the ages. Therefore, be it ; Lc-d?e, No. 35, of the Benevo lent and Protective Order of Elks , h3 loot'a bek vcd and honored irntmbei. A charter member of i;o. 533, he was ever ready with Jail his means and er.iigyto ad- íf.f.r!S l'LHe R ver vanee che spirit oi br-ctiu-riy love, i His heart shed kindness as the W. H: CLARK Wholesale Hay, Grain Hides, and Pelts t I 8 sun sheas üííiu. rratevnuy was Í to him not a word, but an inpir- AGENCY FOR Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company Bottled Bcor, . Santa Rosa Vineyard Co... CaJaf ovnis irMwlIiwidi Your Orders Solicited. KoILrook, Ai."z;na. Try-weekly EYf! Santa Fai 1 Tuesd 23 s, Thuisdsvs ei:g Saturdays ROUND TRIP RATES JLos Angeles San Diego Redondo Beach Catalina Island San Francisco Santa Barbara $29.00 29.00 29. CO -31.25 38.00 29.00 Tickets limited to November 20, 1C9 ' - Glad to Answer Any questions E. J. NORDYKE. Agent. jation. We realize that our ven jera tion can accomplish nothing j for him: our energies can net dis turb nor render more profound his dreamless sleep: that flowers and all the sweet tokens of our iova and esteem cannot win for us a singla whispered word from the voiceless depths of the grave, bcit respect paid to the memory Of those who are go-.: 3 will en gender -eepc-et in thoe who are ining. Flowers may v. ither cn the rounded mounds in the city, of thft O.riA but ths'x 57"?ai frag- t-4JW.---frr.iri'T3 Trrr t,-; j mourning h earls that ha been I soothed. Ihey who know the v.'ays ot the Lord knew that ail is well with our Brother. He hath done what he could his faults are written upon the sand, but his virtues are inscribed on the tab lets of love and memory. To the sorrowing relatives we extend our heartfelt sympathy, We mourn with them but should We not rather rejoice, How meet it is when life's la bor is dore; when the duties we have been called upon to perform are accomplished: when we have fulul led our miasion and grown weary with the exertion thereof, that we should lay down to rest and reap the reward of a well 1 -. 1 TT J x sperifJ lie, ana xioe s great throbbing star above the dark ness of the dead impressessus in the belief that again we shall Subscribe for the NEWS. Mrs. Rita Nuanez died at her home in Holbrook, Sunday and was interred in the Cemetery here Monday. The deceased left no family. Mrs. Anna Riggs, of Masa, came in Sunday evening for ST. Johns. ' Miss. Florence Gavin, of Flag staff was here the first of the week visiting her friend Miss Julia Scorse. Hon. Q. R. Gardner made a flying trip to his home at Woodruff, to witness the marriage of his daughter, Miss May to Mr. Clifford "Frost. - Hon. J. A. W.; Moore, ' of Prescott was here last Saturday spending a few day jn the big hills to the South of Holbrook. Mrs. W. H. Clark has been on the sick list the past Week. E. A. Newman, returned from Kansas City Wednesday where he had been with several cars of sheep. Mrs. Charley Bryant who has been verry ill for the last month is slowly recovering. Last week we failed to men tion the arrival of a boy at the home of F. II. Hathorn. Hortonll. Miller and his wife of Keams Canon returned hnmp Monday from a three week visit with relatives and friend3 at Rogeryille, Arkansas, 2nd went by stage from here to their home. Mr. Miller is the Agent for the Hodi and Navajo Indian at that point. Iney report plentv of vaí good crops in the middle states. W. D. Rencher, Civil Ins-ueer. of ST. Johns was in tñwn Saturday. meet in the countless ages of ternary. 'And he it turther RESOLVED, that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon our minutes a copy be sent to the iamily of our Brotner, and a copy be tent to the Wmslow and Ilolbrcok paners for publication. CEO. P.-SAMPSON, T. J. IIESSER, . W. S. FIELDS, - . Committee, The County Supervisors are in session as a Board of Equalization Supervisor James Scott, of Piacd?.' is ?fi town attending : a meeting of the Board of Supervi sors. Dist. Atornay W. P. Geary of W i . slow is here attending a meet, ing of the Supervisors. Henry Kempenick was out of town yesterday looking after business at Winslow. Sirs, fish Postmaster at Snow flake passed through town yester day enroute for home from Salt Lake. , Claud Youngblood of Snow flake was in town yestef day.' We have added to our stock Gem Ranges, best p steei. large oven coniiueie wren r fjand high closet, servo irfss 6.00 1 IREV-O-NOC lever action washing machines, the easiest and best made, $11.50 SOiS AgQlllSl Schuttlér roller bearing wagons Studebaker Spring Vehicles ' Scabctira Tobacco Dip é M Extra Li rt - - t r. - iiue a SI fl " Shoots a Í!2?ii cr?tr:dc,c ior"lun"t work and íwa hsavior enes for I This rifle handles .22 Short, .22 Long or .22 Long Riñe cart-j 1 ridge3 without chango. of adjustment. It's a take-down and I I a very handy, all-around email caliber repeater. Examine one -q k and yc'll agree that it's the bigesi ruie value ever offered. -l A3. 'OUR DEALS?; 3 FOR SALE BY A.- & B. SHUSTER A SuLtla3fi?j lestkiiilan THE NAVAJO COUNTY BANK . ' A TT T 1 1 TT 1 ' 1 , - ;- -cicyvins'Cvv ana iiyiOiüyn-, Arizona 1 TerriioricJ Depssilory Karaja County Deptsüory local Depojitory ef iht L T S. F. Railway i OFFICERS 3 '. H. Eurbage, Pres. F. W. Nelson, Vice Pres. & Cashier! R. C. Kaufman and Lloyd C. Henning, Asst. Cashier I in W. H. Barbr F. V'. Ni'n DIRECTORS Htnry Hunin W. W. P.rkin O. B. Suo Deposits S180,C00 Deposits Solicited-Appreciated and Protected Interest paid on saving deposits HOLBROOK DRUG CO. A full line of Drugs, Patent Medicine, Fruits in Season, -Fine Wir.es and Liquors. Cigars and Tobacbos, Toiled Articles and Confectionery, Full Line of the Latest Magazines Holbrook, Arizona B. B. CROSBY and COMPANY lively, Feed and Sale Stable We have just received a Car of Lime 98 and half per cent pure; and fresh. - We are Selling bright green Alfalfa Hay; not Fox Tail. The Horse Restaurant is just North of the Depot : : HóLBROOtc Arizona \n\n lililí M arara .iwJiisqAv I'mUtc AiiiUUl'