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THE : HOLBROOK - NEW!
-5 - Vol. 1. HOLBROOK, NAVAJO COUNTY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1909. No. 19. the MERCHANTS & STOCK GROWERS BANK óf HOLBROOK ; HOLBROOK, - ARIZONA , CAPITAL STOCK $50.000.00 Fully Subscribed Extend to Depositors every facility for bank ing accommodations Deposit accounts solicited OFFICERS: John R. Hulet, Pres. H. H. Scorse, Vice Pres. J. E. Cox, Cashier BDARD of DIRECTORS A iolf Schuster, John R. Hulet, H. H. Scorse J. E. Cox, Robert Scott OUR MOTTO: A Square Deal to Everyone HOLBROOK LIVERY -and f Tfj- FEED STABLE ii tiKf jg R. M. Soper, Proprietor Good Teams and Experienced Drivers to take You Any Place at Any Time. Best Grain and Hay and all your Horse will eat. Plenty good water. HOLBROOK, ARIZONA. I W. H. CLARK I Wholesale Hay, Grain, Salt, Hides and Pelts 5?" AGENCY FOR-f- Joseph Schlitz Brewing.Company Bottled Boor, Santa Rosa Vineyard Co., Calafornia Wines and Brandies, i Tour Orders Solicited.- Holbrook, Arizona. B. B. CROSBY and COMPANY livery, Feed, and Sale Stable The best is none, to good for Í; ( ' ZÍZr. 'l mJULJiiwix new txigs, rirst " y1 " 12v CIasS Teams and Corteous, Care 1 h I fu Drivers. We didn't discover feSi the Petrified Forest but. we can show you all the points of interest just the same. All the goai water, grain and hay your horse will eat when you board him at the Horse Restaurant The Land of The big Red Apple J.-H. Hansen, of St. Joseph, brought some apples to town Wednesday that were grown on his farm. They were as fine as an we ever saw any where. Judge R. C. Smith brought one of them in the office and we asked him where the larger ones were " and the Judge said Mr. Hansen. 'had sold them as pumpkins. We measared the one we had and it measured seventeen inches around and weighed . one poand and seven ounces.". There is never a day but what Mr. Hansen is to . be seen on our streets with vegetables-and fruits. Watermelons, cantaloupe, peaches, peárs," and all kinds of garden truck and all the finest of the land. We do not care what climate or locality you may visit, you will not find any thing better and freer from' de fects than the fruit and vege tables grown here in the vicinity of Holbrook. The whole country would produce just what you can see at the farm of Mr. Hansen if the land was watered and. worked as he works it. Then we have an other advantage most other countries have not and that is the climate. There is no better in the world. It never gets too, hot in the summer nor .too cold- in the wint.pr. Wp r( a mil Viírrh sinA tnough tho tempsfature gets quite warm it is never oppressive. It will only be a few years until this will be recognized as the best part of the great southwest. S. B. Shumway was in Winslow Wednesday, and returned the same day. Will Wooster made a flying I trip to Snowflake, Monday return ing Tuesday. Miss Rallard. of SnowflaVp who had been visiting with her mend Mrs. R. C. Smith, return- ed home Saturday. - Hon. Q. R. Gardner left this rr orning for his home at Woodruff, i after which he will go to Calif. to buy a large bill of lumber, for which to build the new school building. .'- . A water ..system will reduce your fire insurance just.half. v ' Sheriff Jos. F. Woods made "a trip to Los Angeles, last week. for a young man who had done Fred Harvey. The Sheriff got his man and he is how a guest of the Sheriff at the jail. Holbrook Arizona H. H. Scorse who owns con siderable land on the tract water ed by the Roosevelt dam is down there this week looking after his interests. Mr: Scorse is one who has the faith in this com try and he predicts, and nghtf ully to, that this will be the best part of Territory in a short time. , Conrad Hess, Jr. Recorder of eeds left for Kansas City, yes terday where he will market ' a train load of fine fat lambs. A.-& B. SCHUSTER Holbrook St. Jobs White River We have added to our stock Gem Ranges, best teel, large oven complete with reservoir ana nign cioset, $36.00 iKJii v-u-JNUU lever action washing (J- . maenmes, tne easiest ana Dest made, tpJL.tjj Sole AgenlSI Sehuttler roller bearing wagons Studebaker Spring Vehicles -Scabcura Tobacco Dip .351 Caliber High 6ower Self- Loading Rifle This repeater is reloaded by its own recoil. ' To shoot it six times it is only necessary to pull the trigger for each shot. The ease and rapidity with which it can be fired make it a particularly effective rifle for hunting game often Shot on the run. Like- all Winchesters, it is safe, strong and simple. Fall description of this rifle, "The Gzn-That Shoots Through Steel," sent upon reqaesK WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., - NEW HAVEN, CONN. FDi SA1E BY A. & B. SCHUSTER A Substantial lastitutian .THE NAVAJO COUNTY BANE of Winslow and Holbrook, Arizona f Territorial JDepository Navajo County Depository ' ' local Depository of the A T & S. F Railway ; With Assets Over ONE QUARSER MILLION- I DOLLARS Capital, Surpluss& Profits $40,0001 Deposits $180,000 Deposits Solicited-Appreciated and Protected Interest paid on saving deposits ' HOLBROOK DRUG CO. i - 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 Subscribe for The Holbrook News and Advertise your town arid County.