HOLBROOK SNOWFLAKE , ST. JOHNS
" SPRIN6ERVILLE and SHOWLOW
Wolesale and' Retail Dealers'
Proprietors of the Holbrook-Ft. Apache Stage Line
Silver Creek: Mill.
Racine Buggies.and Carriages,
McCormic Harvesting Machinery
Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows
Moline Plows and Farm Implements
All Staples are bought in car load lots,
Which enables us to make the lowest .
posible prices : . : : : : : : : ;
Mail Orders .will h'ave prompt and careful
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
ROUND TRIP RATES
Redondo Beach .
Tickets limited to November 30, 190?
Glad to Answeb Any questio ns
A. A. Johnston, Agent.
DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDIS
Confectionery, Cigars and Tobaccos,
Fine Wines and Whiskies,
Fresh Meat, Butter, Eggs, Fruits and Vegetables
Fancy Notions, Oatches, Jewelry, Sewing Machines and Phonographs.
Guss Hansen of Lakeside is
here awaiting the arrival of a
party on the belated train.
W. W. Freeman and family
and Mrs. Janet M. Smith were
hero Wednesday from Snowflake.
Walter McLaws was up from
St. Joseph Tuesday with a load
of young ladies.
Al Stevenson, proprietor of the
Forest Hotel at Adamana, was
here this week.
Sheriff Silvester Peralto of
Apache County was here last
week attending to leagal business.
While here the he was notified of
the finding of a body in the
river at Navajo. He left for that
place Sunday. We have, so far,
not been able to learn who the
drowed man was.
Frank Willis of Taylor is here
superintending the quarrying
gang getting out the rock for the
foundation of the new School
Misses Pearl Potter and Rachel
Smith, of Snowflake, were . here
Tuesday and Wednesday taking
the Teacher's Examination.
The Kansas City Weekly Star
will be given free with every sub
scription for the Holbrook News
from this date, Two good papers
for the pnce of one.
Miss Laura Ballard of Snow-
flake is here returning home from
St. Joseph where she has been
the last week visiting friends and
incidently chasing the bashful
but goodlooking young me n of
the garden city thru the melon
John Blevins went to-Flagstaff
Sunday to play for a dance for
the old settlers picnic. John says
just an old fashion dance He
returned home Wednesday.
C. Hess the new recorder has
taken charge of the office and to
gether with his deputy, C. M. C.
Houck they are cleaning the
office work up.
Twn o-nnd second hand buggies
for sale by R. M. Soper .at the
Holbrook Livery Barn.
TV.L- CVmator who has been
visiting relatives here and St.
Johns for the past two months
returned to his horne at Los
Sheriff Woods arrested a young
man between here and Woodruff
last week; The prisenor is charged
with horse stealing."
RecorderC. Hess, Jr., who
went to ' Flagstaff to attend'- a
meeting of the ; Sheep--Growers
returned home yesterday.
Frank Campbell, of Snowflake,
has purchased an interest in the
B. B. Crosby Livery Barn and
will take an-- active interest in
Judtre Thorwald Larson came
in from Los Angeles, where he
had been the last two weeks for
health. Mrs. Larson, remains at
the sea coast for an other month.
The Judge reports finetime.
The Merchants and Stock
Growers Bank has purchrsed a
new Remington of the latest
model. Cashier Cox says he is
good enough for the best.
A lot of second hand goods for
sale by W. H. Clark. Bedsl Spring
Matresses, Pillows, Stand tables
Pillows, Qui Its and Bed Clothes,
Kenoth Mulholland, son of Gus
Mulholland Editor of the McKin-
lev County Republican, was in
the office yesteaday. Mr. Mulhol
land has 'the contract for drilling
the artesian well for Cap t. Henry
A water system will keep down
dust and prevent fire.
D. C. BROWN, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
TELEPHONE IN MY OFICE
Attorney at Law "
; SIDNEY SAPP
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public.
Frank A. Zück, Manager
All kinds of FRESH MEATS at
Bed Rock Prices. Orders for
half and quarters solicited.
Bread Cakes and Pies always on
City Barber Shop
W. B. CROSS, Proprietor
Fox Sale ly H. H. SCORSE
Aermotor Windmills, Pumps and Supplies
Aerm otor. Gasoline Pumps
H. H. SCORSE
Wholes ale and Retail Dealers in
For insurance see Sidnoy Sapp.
Amasa Willis, of Snowflake
filed on a homestead the first of
H. Kempenich improved the
Cox residence this week with a
well, Ezra Divelbess done the
B. B. Crosby and R. S. Teeple
have engaged in the sheep busi
ness according to Flagstaff Sun,
of last week. We are certian
these enterprising men will make
any business they engage in win.
They are among Holbrooks lead'
ing business men.
A water system will reduce
your fire insurance just half.
Ezra Divelbess is making a well
for the cottage Hotel."
Captain and Mrs. Warren were
in town Wednesnay, from St.
Juluis Wetjer will leave Satur
day for Los Angeles, To be gone
until the 14, when he will return
B. B. Crosbjf came to town
Wednesday from his ranch at
Eagar. Mr. Crosby told us he had
purchased 7500 sheep. He will go
from here to Delta, plo.
Largest and best line of
Dry Goods in Holbrook
Just received large Stock of fall
and winter goods-
6 pair of Ladies or Gents hose for 90 cents; war
ranted for six months
All Summer goods 20 per cent off - - - -
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Will pay phone charges on all dry goods orders ov
Aae making very low prices on Imperial Ranges.
Black Cat Hosiery
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A Large Line of Furniture and.
Our Goods are Better
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