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THE HOLBROOK NEWS. HOLBROO K, ARIZONA, MAY 6, 1921
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Tailoring Cleaning Preislnr ALBERT WARREN Opposite Hotel Holbrook HOLBROOK, ARIZONA "Paquin Garage and General Repair Shop i ALL WORK GUARANTEED South Side of River ' r i rnTir nnrr crnwirr o Art ii rmoi oliuill TEN YEARS EXPERIENCE ; . " REPRESENTING LARGE AND LEADING COMPANIES LLOYD C. HENNING HOLBROOK. ARIZONA SIDNEY SAPP Attorney at Law Practicing in all the Courts Holbrook, Arizona D. C. BROWN, M. J. Practice limited to Eye, Ear Nose and Throat and the Fitting of Glasses Associated with the Gallup Clinic GALLUP, N. M. 119 Coal Are. Phone 300 B.H.GIBBS H C.GIBBS PHONE IOII RO. BOX 528 GIBBS GIBBS,ywYERs PHYSICIANS BUILDING. PHOENIX. ARIZ. : PRACTICE BEFORE ALL COURTS SPECIALIZE STATE & FEDERÁL LANDS MURPHY STUDIO WINSLOW, ARIZONA Kodak Finishing every day. You -put it on the Film We will put it on the Print AND IT M ILL STAY PUT THOKWALD LARS0ÍJ ATTORNEY AT LAW Holbrook, - Arizona Properly Fitted Glasses represent far more than so much metal and glass. I furnish only prescription lenses. Dr. OSCAR S. BROWN Santa Fe Hospital, Winslow, Arizona Fisher and Harbrecht - Merchant Tailors ' CLEANING-PRESSING Adjoining Millinery Store HOLBROOK. ARIZONA W. E. FERGUSON Attorney and Coumdlor-at-Law Holbrook, Arizona Practica in all State and Federal Courts Dr. ARTHUR F. SWITZER DENTIST Office North Holbrook Hotel Hour 9-121-5 Holbrook, Arizona SCHOOL NOTES The following Commencement Program has been ar ranged for the High School: Friday afternoon at 2:00 p. m. Exhibit of year's work at both schools Friday eve, May 13th at 8 p. m. Operetta by the entire school, about 40 school people tak ing part. This operetta will be given in the High School Auditorium. The admission will be 25 cents to cover small expense of putting on the play. Saturday evening, May 14th will be the annual com mencement party at 9 p. m. Sunday evening, May. 15th at 8 p. m. Baccalaureate Service. The Community Chorus of 35 voices will have an important part on the program. Monday evening, Mav 16th at 8 d. m. Annual Commencement Exercises. v The Commencement Address will be delivered by Dr. L. B. McMullen, President of the Flagstaff Normal School. Friday afternoon, May 6th the local high school will do battle with the Flagstaff Normal School in a game x of base ball on the local school grounds. The game will be called at 3 o'clock. MEETING OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS APRIL 14, 1921. Pursuant to call the Board of Supervisors of Navujo County met in special session'this date. All the members of the Board together with the Clerk and the County Attorney were present. The meeting was called for the purpose of arranging legal matters in re- la tinn tn the houndarY line between Nava io and Apache Counties. Mr. E. S. dark, of Phoenix, was retained as counsel for Navajo County. There appearing to be no further' business upon motion duly carried the Board adjourned. Attest: M. E. Tanner C. E. Owens Cleak. , Chairman. Eastern Star Mrs. Blanche Whetstine of Prescott, Worthy Grand Matron of the order of the Eastern Star of Arizona, will meet with Liberty Chap ter No. 23, Tuesday evening, May 10. All members cor dially invited. Esther Henning, Secretary. HERE NEXT WEEK at SEE Dr. Swieert about your eyes Holbrook Hotel Saturday, May 14th. Your eyes are your greatest source of comfort, of inspiration, of happiness. They are the portals through which en ter the messages of life itself they are the windows of your soul. Guard carefully this greatest gift (if they trouble you by wearing good glasses. Our thorouh examination, our perfect workmanship in grinding, we offer you while here. AT HOLBROOK HOTEL THE SWIGERT BROS. OPTICAL CO. ' EitablUhcd in Ariz 1902 1 550 Ciliforni. St. DENVER Feeding the Bedridden. Administering liquid food or meril -inn to persons lying on their backs :n bed is difficult, even for u trained nurse. A novel hospital drinking glass overcomes this difficulty, pays Popular Mechanics Magazine. The lower por fían of the vessel is similar in shape an ordinary tumbler. On top of this is a tapering hood, which is pro vided with tin eccentrically placed, slanting opening.. If not more than half filled the device can be held in a nearly horizontal position without spilling the contents. 1 o GENUINE n n n 9 IF DURHAM tobacco makes 50 good cigarettes for IUC Sí, HOLBROOK DRUG COMPANY THE BUSY CORNER Fruits, Candies, Ice Cream, Soda Water Periodicals and Stationery ' Tobaccos, Cigars, Notions, Etc. Full Line of Rexall Remedies Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders Holbrook Drug Company Holbrook, Arizona A .Schuster Co. Groceries, Dry Goods , "" and Hardware Special Bargains This Month Holbrook News Notes 'Twas a good ball game last Sundaj. The Orman Construction Com pany is pegging away. Tom Smart of Jerome was with U3 again the early part oi the week. Mrs. Cappie Neel of Winslow was over last S-mday and inci- dently rooted for Holbrook at the bail game. H. H. Scorse has returned from Phoenix. Mr. Hogrewe, fled well Piano Co., man will be at the Hotei Holbrook to receive orders for Piano tuning. He will make aU towns south, including St. Johns and ápringerville. Adv. Everything for housecleaning at Wetzler's Adv. 1c was noticed that the boys from the fort did not question the decisions of one of the Umps. Good judgement, too. Rockwell seemed to be imbued with the idea that pitcher Smith of the Ft. Apache team was suf- fing with stomach trouble. He kept calling to the pitcher. "Can't you throw 'er'up?" B. F. Gregory, mining engi neer, with headquarters atNeed les, Cal., paid the News a call. Mr. Gregory is giving the field a cursory examination while go ing over some mineral matterB in this section. He is very much impressed with Holbrook and the opportunities in the oil game. Word comes Joseph F. Woods to his immediate family that he is now able to be up in a wheel chair and is gaining in strength. Mr. Woods will remain in Cali fornia visiting. with relatiyes and friends until he regains his for mer health. Old man Brink, Union Oil re- presentatiive, broke three chest buttons on his vest on receiving a new Dodge roadster. Lerch, Standard's man, claims to have a Baick on order. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Osborne and family left last Monday on an automobile trip to Ft. Worth. They intend spending some time with Charles' brother in Texaco, and will return about the 23rd. Corporation Commissioner, Lome Vrughn, was in town the early part of the week. Hear ings on stage routes were held, Mr. Vaughn was returning to Phoenix, but intended clearing ug all the work relating to the Corporation Commission in Northern Arizona. Flagstaff and Kingman were also visited. O. G; Brundage and E. S. Lin- nell left for their California homes last Saturday. These gentlemen spent about a week here in connection with the es tate of Frank Brundage, deceas ed. Many optimistic opinions were voiced by them in referring to the future of Holbrook. The doojam connecting with the hobo on rhe instigator on the west water tower done went bust on Wednesday. Much water ran to waste, accompained by many remarks: "Awful thing to hap pen in a dry country." "Wish I had that that out on my ranch" Who eays Holbrook has no water work?" etc. We had hop ed to be able to, get a piintable symposium from section foreman Martin before going to press. . Several of the more enterpris ing commercial travelers were noticed wearing straw . hats. How come! The bell don't ring till the 15th. Some FACTS About r THE UNIVERSAL CAR Here are authentic figures from the Ford Factory at Detroit. They show you just how many Ford cars and trucks have been built each month since January 1, 1921 and how many have been sold to retail customers, in the United States. Produced JANUARY 29,883 FEBRUARY 35,305 MARCH 61,886 Delivered to Retail Customers - 57,208 63,603 . 87,221 Total production 127,074 Total Retail Sales 208,032 showing that actual sales for the first three months of 1921 ex ceeded production by 80,958 Ford cars and trucks! April requisitions already specify 107,719 additional cars and trucks and the estimated April output of the factory and assem bly plants combined calls for only 90,000! . These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products vis growing much faster than manufacturing facilities to produce and were it not for the dealers' limited stocks, which are now be ing rapidly depleted, many more customers would have been compelled to wait for their cars. It will be only a matter of weeks, therefore, until a big surplus of orders will prevent any thing like prompt deliveries. , If you would be sure of having your Ford car or truck when you want it, you should place your order now. Don't delay. Phone us or drop us a card. . Jennings Auto Co. Holbrook Ariz. ESS Cut the Cost of Salesman's Travels Thousands of salesmen are driving Over land cars to reduce the cost of travel and in crease the results of travel. In addition to a long list of great national organizations who supply their salesmen with Overlmd cars, there are hundreds and thou sands of individual salesman who own and 'operate their own Overland cars. Overland is so light and yet so strong, so economical and yet so comfortable, that sales men can cover more towns, see more custom ers, and use more time profitably, by driving it. Overland lasts a long time and costs very little. Overland Prices Have Been Reduced The Time Payment Plan i Very Easy J A qOOD INVESTMET W. W. FRANKLIN Superstition Concerning Diamond. The losing of a diamond is consid ered, apart from its. material value, an omen of mishap. To he efficacious as a talisman the diamond should he (liven .freely, and "never solrt, never lent, never coveted, and never taken bv fraud or force." HARDWARE, ENGINES, WIND MILLS, PIPE FITTINGS FURNITURE WETZLER SUPPLY CO. HOLBROOK, ARIZONA C. H. JORDAN ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public Holbrook, Arizona W. B. CROSS Local Representative for WINSLOW UNDERTAKING CO. Complete Line of Caskets on hand PHONE 20. HOLBROOK, ARIZ. Lloyd C. Henning ACCOUNTANT Holbrook, Arizona CLANCY I He'll Be a Great Help Wben He Crows Up t7 By PERCY L. CROSBY tr h McCIar Kwppr FyndlcaC - TfMMe,UHCC you 7 AH I . -r "i y-THl 15 THE KiNO ! í I'wJ y rik yfc- im W. V ,mh v't book. , f i ífvk -i - mn n ,jr srr- y i ?