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Vol.; L Eighv Pages HOLBROOK, NAVAJO COUNTY, December .10,, 1?09. Eight Page No. 31
HOtBROOKthe Seat of Navajo Coupty THE COMMERCIAL GE RTHERN ARIZONA County THE MERCHANTS, & STOCK GROWERS BANK of HOLBROQK. II0LBR00K, - ARIZONA CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00 Fully Subscribed Extend to Depositors every facility for bank ing accommodations Deposit accounts solicit ed , OFFICERS r John R. Hulet, Pres. H..H. Scorse, Vice Pres. J. E. Cox, Cashier BOARD of DIRECTORS . Adolf Schuster, John R. Hulet, H H. Scorse J. E. Cox, Robert Scott. OUR MOTTO: A Square Deal to Everyone I HOLBROOK LIVERY and FEED STABLE SIR. M. Soper, Proprietor j Good Teams and Experienced Drivers to take You: Any Place at Any Time.. Best Grain and Hay and all your Horse will eat. Plenty good water.. HOLBROOK, ARIZONA. I W flL CLARK Wholesale Hay, Grain, Salt, Hides and Pelts AGENCY FOR Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company Bottled Boor, Santa Rosa Vineyard. Co. , Calaf ornia Wines and Brandies.- Your Orders Solicite! Holbrook, Arizona. B. B. CROSBY.and COMPANY livery Feed and Sale Stable XaII The best is none to good for H HOLBROOK New Rigs, First r- i-s.jo:!; t 1. T. í.iz$:i ft''í'áííí riaco Tooir-.c nnrl Portion c Poro. ful Drivers. We didn't discover the Petrified Forest but we can show you all the points of interest just the same. All the good water, grain and hay your horse will eat when you board him at the Horse Restaurant Statehood for the Territories FROM THE PRESIDENT. TAFrS MESSAGE- Holbrook Arizona "The successful party in the last election !n its national plat form declared in fovor of the ad mission as separate states of New Mexico and Arizona and I recom mend that legislation appropriate to this end be adopted. I urge, however, .that care be exercised in the. preparation of the legisla tion affecting each territory, to secure deliberation in the selec tion of persons as members of the convention to draft a con stitution for the incoming state, and I earnestly advise that such action,' after adoption by the con vention, shall be submitted, to the people of the territory for their approval at an election in which the sole issue shall be the merits of the proposed constitu tion, and if the constitution is der feated by popular vote, means shall be provided in the enabling act for a new" convention and the drafting of a new constitu tion. : I think it -vital that th3 iesue as to the merits of the con stitution should not be mixed up with the selection of state officers and that no election "of state officers should be hod until after the constitution has been fully approved and finall settled upon. " MR. HENE RESIGNS No Longer Connected With Bribery Graft Prosecution. San Francirco, Dec. 7. Francis J. Henry today tendered his re signation to District Attorney Langdon, by whom he war ap pointed special prosecutor in the cases growing out of tee so called bribery grafs investigation. The resignation was accepted and Robert D. DukeJ the present prosecutor in the police court was appointed to the vacancy. Washington, Dec. 7. "The report of the secretary of the treasury is peculiarty gratifying" said Representative Tawney, chairman of the committee on appropriation g. "It shows a re duction in the estimated expendi tures of the government of $55, 653.961 from the 1909 appopria tions, and. a reduction of $94,001, 492.92 from the estimates submit-J ted to congress for that year. This will relieve congresr in a large measure of the burdensome duty of adjusting expenditures from the national revenues. The section house has been moved from the north side of the railroad to the south side in order that it might be 5n the right of way belonging to the railroad. Billie Smith who has. been visiting with friend in the east the past week returned home Wednesday morning. Mr. Smith came over to see us as usual, but Billie had a plug hat on and was so togged up we came very near not knowing him. Billie is one of the best boys in Navajo Coun ty. We are always glad to see him. A. & B. SCHUSTER Holbrook St Johns White River ! We have added to our stock Gem Ranges best ; 'steel, large oven, complete with reservoir tí Of A A, and high closet W.VVV; Just Received a Large Stock of Funitu, : Iron, beds from $5.00 up. . Chairs from $1. up. fj Kitchen, safes, Dining room tables, Center tables, and .Rocking chairs. Come and inspect our stock., .j; SOLE AGENTS Reyonoc, washers $11. 50. Studebaker . vehicler , . Schutjler wagons, Winchester Rifles '. and Winchester Cartridges. We guarantee every thing we sell. Money . .. back without question if merchandise, is not as represented. ; MOBíElL .í 96 .32 CALIBER Extra lligat Weight Repeating Riñe Shoots a ItQi'.t carirsoo or "tun" or target worst crd two hoavícr orco for hunting. Th:3 rifle handles .22 Short, .22 Long or .22 Long Rifle cart ridges vithcut change of adjustment. It's a take-down and a very hnndy, all-around small caliber repeater, "famine one sad you'll agree that it'3 the biggest rifle value Nr offered. ASK YOUR DEALER TO S HOW YOU ONE. FOR SALE BY A. & B. SCHUSTER A Substantial Institutian The HOLBROOK Branch oí the NAVAJO-APACHE BANK ;$ TRUST CO., of Winslpw, Arfeona,. Extends to all every facility of a conservative BANKING BUSINESS Your Deposits Solicitéd-Apprecíáted and Protected I Interest paid on savings accounts and time deposits. Call and see us 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 : : : : 3 awagsáiasaaa Holbrook, : : Arizona For insurance see Sidney Sapp Snow Is Causing Death : ' And Suffering" ', Entire Southwest In Grip Of . ; i V'- ' !... . - '. " Cold WaveAnd Heavy . ' Snows Deaths In Chicago v From EI Paso Nortn.Freez- ing Weather Appear to Prevail ; Kansas City, Mo., Dec.7,,.-Pro- , tions of the southwest , are . in the grip of a "blizzard .today. Thé ' temperatures fl sharplrajvi snowstorms are general.. ' White Man St. Joe, Mo., Dec' 7. North west Missouri is covered with snow. There is much . suffering ,'. Officials are having difficulty in moving trainsl ThreeDeaths Chicago, Dec. 7. A heavy snow accompanied by a, gate prevails in eastern Illinois. Three deaths from exposure were re-, ported before noón. El Paso, qold.. El Paso, Tex., Dec,. 7. Bitter.. cold weather prevails today. There is ice' m. the street. Tthas been snowjng all day. Tk - n 1 .ff 1 . . 7 T 1. ed to the people of Holbrook, a J the school house last Friday night He wUi preach again next Friday night., Every one ihvitedf . The Santa Fe is. painting the depot and putting" injnew floors. The" next thing they yqII be buildV ing round houses, an,d maenme shops. Judge Thorwald Larson went to Phoenix,. Wednesday for the purpose of. looking after some legal business. He wil return, to,, Holbroqk, Sunday Rev. M. F. Ault. of - Winslaw. preached.a Yery able sermon, the text being Where art thou" The " r- God. This question was. asked , of Adam, when ce had aten qf the. forbidden fruits aqd then hidden himself from Qod. Rev Ault applied the text, tq various things we do. He will preach again at the school house next Monday night at Eight qclqck. . Every one invited. Miss Grace Smith is quite, ill: at this time. We hope to be able to chroicle her early recovery. A. M. Boyer has. begun, the. erection of V handsome residence on the corner lots, east of- the Boyer house. The new cottage when completed will be. occupied by Dn and Mrs. D. C. Brown. Dr. Oscar S.. Brown was herV Tuesday from Winslow. The Dr. . Made us. a vist,, socially. Thank you, come again Dr Mr. Palmer, of Taylor wa?1 here Monday trading with ous merchants. Geo. Hennesey went up to the ranch Wednesday. He expects to return the first of the week. Where particular work is desired you must use IOLA PORTLAND CEMENT. Ask any cement man. For sale by. A. & 1& SSÍi2Íj '