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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, SEPTEMBER 24. 1920
HERE ARE THE MEN YOU WILL VOTE FOR tion, I hereby announce my can didacy and solicit your support for re-election at the general election November 2, 1920. C. W. Harp MUSEMENTi Closing Out Our Entire Stock oí OLID SUMMER COMFORT PASTIME THEATRE A ra FOR CONSTABLE Having received the republi can nomination for Constable of Holbrook precinct at the prima ry election, I hareby announce my candidacy, and solicit your support at the general election, November 2, 1920. John Conners " FOR JUSTICE OF THE PERCE Having received the nomina tion for Justice of the Peace of Holbrook precinct at the prima ry election, I hereby announce my candidacy and solicit your support for re-election at the general election November 2, 1920.' ' D. W. Easley FOR SUPERVISOR Having received the Democra tic nomination for Supervisor of Navajo county at the primary election, I hereby announce my candidacy, and solicit your sup port for re-election at the gene ralleetion November 2, 1920. John Flanigan FOR COUNTY SUPT. OF SCHOOLS Having received the Democra tic nomination for Superinten dent of Schools of Navajo Coun ty at the primary election, I hereby announce my candidacy and solicit your support at the general election Nov. 2, 1920 Hattie Penrod FOR TREASURER Having received the Democratic nomination for County Treasurer of Navajo county at the primary election, I hereby announce my candidacy, and solicit your sup port at the general election, Nov ember 2, 1920. J. M. Patterson FOR ASSESSOR Having received the Demo cratic nomination for County As sessor of Navajo Cofmty at the primary election, I hereby an nounce mv candidacy and solicit lyour support at the general elec tion November Z, lazu. , W. E. Shumway FOR CONSTABLE Having received the nomina tion for Constable Of Holbrook precinct at the primary election, I hereby announce my candidacy and solicit your support at the general election, November 2, 1920. L. F. McClanahan FOR RECORDER Having received the Demo cratic nomination for -County Recorder of Navajo County at the primary election, I hereby announce my candidacy and sol icit your support at the eeneral election November 2, 1920. Marguerite Drumm FOR ASSESSOR Having received the Republi can nomination for assessor of Navajo county at the primary election, I hereby announce my candidacy, and solicit your sup port at the general election, No vember 2. 1920. John H. Miller FOR STATE SENATOR Haying received the Republi can nomination for State Senator of Navajo county at the primary election I announce my candi dacy, and solicit your support at the General election November 2 1920. JAMES SCOTT FOR SHERIFF Having received the Democra tic nomination for Sheriff of Na vajo county at the primary elec- First-Hand Authentic Information ON THE HolbrookOilField Is contained in a 40 page booklet just issued by the Navajo-Apache Abstract & Title Company. It contains the complete re ports of all the geologists that have reported on the field, and is a complete hand book of information on the Holbrook field. - Sent postpaid to any address on receipt of price, $ 1 .00. Navajo -Apache Abstract and Title Company HOLBROOK, ARIZ. rm enm and Canvas Pumps .wear canvas shoes for a couple of months longer. Save, before buying winter shoes.. Every Pair Must Go at Cost Sale Now On A. & B. Schuster Co, WEEKLY PROGRAM Sunday, September 2Gth Mary Mac Laren in "THE FORGED BRIDE" also . Rainbow Comedy "OVER THE OCEAN WAVE" One show, 8 P. M. Adm., 20 and 40c Monday. September 27, No Show rests in every pair of our low cut walking shoes. They fit as snugly as "a glove, yet do not pinch or chafe at any point. For walking they are nothing less than periect. And for general wear there are no other shoes like them. They are well named the Tuesday. September 23, No Show Wednesday September 29 Jack Pick ford in "A BURGLAR BY PROXY" also Joe Martin Monkey Comedy "JAZZ MONKEY" One show 8 P. M. Adm. 20c & 40c. Thursday, September 30 Bryant Washburn in "WHY SMITH LEFT HOSIE" Also "PRIZMA" Natural Color Scenic One show 8 P. M. Regular Adm. She Oil By your tractor The resources, experience, knowledge and equipment of the Standard Oil Company combine to make Zerolene an oil of quality. They cre ate an efficiency in the man ufacture of fine lubrican t3 hard to duplicate elsewhere in the world. Oar Board of Lubrication Engineers has studied -your particular type of trac tor and provided for its Correct Lubri cation. Their recommendations for the Correct Lubrication of automobiles, trucks and tractors are available in book let form. Ask your dealer for your copy. STANDARD OIL COMPANY! (California) for each type of engine The Holbrook News, 3.00 per Year THE UNIVERSAL CAR BIG FORD IM JUM IT PRODU My CI Li The war is over and war prices, must go. Effective at once, Ford cars, trucks and tractors will be sold P. O. B. Detroit, at the, following: prices: Tourin,regular $44000. Touring-, with starter $510.00. Runabout, regular $393.00. Runabout, with starter $465.00. Chassis $360, Coupe with starter and demountable rims $745. Sedan with starter and demountable rims $795. Truck with pneumatic tires $545. Tractor $790. The Ford Motor Co. makes this rednction in the face of the fact that they have on hand immediate orders for 146,065 cars and tractors. The company will suffer but a temporary loss while using- up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make this sacrifice in order to bring business back to a going condition as quickly as possible and maintain the momentum of the buying power of the country. Henry Ford áys1: "The. war is over and it is time high prices were over. There is no sense or wisdom in trying to maintain an artificial standard of values. For the bast interests of all it is time a real practical effort was made to bring the business of the country and the life of the country down to regular pre war standards. We are at your command with regular Ford efficiency in service and eager ness to fill your orders. Jennings Automobile Company Holbrook Arizona Friday, October 1st Constance Talmadge in "MRS- LEFFINGWELL'S BOOTS" also Kaupman Weekly "DICTIONARY TO SUCCESS" ' One show 8 P. M. Regular Adm, Saturday, October 2 William Desmond in "THE PRODIGAL LIAR" also Supreme Comedy "ARE HONEYMOONS HAPPY" One Sunday, October 3 Frank Mayo in "THE GIRL IN NO. 29 also Rainbow Comedy "CHARLIE GETS A JOB" show 8 P. M. Regular Adm. CLASSIFIED LINERS FOR SALE Electric washing ma chine for sale in good repair, cheap. Telephone 185 TF HOUSE FOR SALE Furnished, modern four room and bath. In best residence district of Holbrook. Could not be built for price asked. See or write F. C. Purcell, Heber, Ariz. A. F. McAlister & S. E. Ross Horse and Mule Co., wholesale and commis sion dealers in horses and mules. Ship us your stock and we can get them sold. Barns at Bnownwood, Texas, and San Angelo, Texas. San Angelo barn auction sales dates: Sept. 17-18, Oct. 1-2, Oct. 15-16, Oct 29-30. Brown wood barn auction sales dates: Every Wednesday and Thursday. ALL RITE L. CAD WELL CO. The Men's Toggery Shop EIGHTH ANNUAL PRESCOTT, ARIZONA Thursday Friday Saturday Oct. 14, 15 and 16, 1920 $5,000.00 in cash awards for Mineral, Livestock, Agricultural, Poultry, Educational and Home Economics Departmenta -83,000.00 in prizes for SPORT FEATURES ALONE. BETTER BABIES CONTEST! Thrilling entertainment features; band concerts; Carnival; dancing; races; and a good time for everybody. WONDERFUL ART EXHIBITION OF FAMOUS PAINTINGS, under the auspices of the American Federation of Art. Write Northern Arizona State Fair Association, Prescott, for copy of program and prize lists in all departments. REDUCED RAILROAD RATES. Eighth Annua! Northern Arizona State Fair The- Fair With Reputation PRESCOTT, OCT. 14, 15, 16, 1920 pCWKW TMe Ádamaia- Oi and Land Co.- .This space will be used by the Adamana Oil and Land Company for th 3 jrarpise of giving reliable information on the progress of its operations to its stockholders from week to week". r AD Casing of well expected to be finished by Sunday. String of tools arrived at well from Jerome. Qnly 40 feet of mud left in bottom. Gas pressure - expected to materially in crease when the mud is removed. Machinery has been thoroughly o verhauled, stroke lengthened to insure faster drill ing; tanks full of water; wood sufficient for 60 days, and every precaution taken for a speedy finish. Ail necessary steps have been taken for caring for production when well comes in. A natural site has been selected for storage tank, which can speedily be con structed. Material for pipe line to rail road being arranged for. Reports have been circulated that the bringing in of this well will be held up. These stories are without foundation and this company proposes to give its stock holders reliable information at all times. a W. COOK, Managing Director. AMANA OIL AND LAND 0 D \n\n Dueño.