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BUSIKESHP
Tailoring: Cleaning Pressor
ALBERT WARREN
Opposite Hotel Holbrook
HOLBROOK, ARIZONA
8 H GIBBS
M CGlBISS
phone ton
PO BOX 528
GIBBSEIBBS,lawvem
PHYSICIANS BUILDING.
PHOENIX.ARIZ.
' PRACTICE BEFORE ALL COURTS
SPECIAUZE STATE & FEDERAL LANDS
W. B. CROSS
' Local Representative for
WI.NSLOW UNDERTAKING CO.
Complete Line of Caskets on hand
PHONE 20. HOLBROOK, ARIZ.
WHEN YOU VISIT
TAYLOR
STOP AT THE
ARIZONA HOTEL
B. L. GIBBONS, prop.
Under New Management.
All outside rooms. Good acco
mmodations, moderate rates.
Dr. ARTHUR F. SWITZER
DENTIST
OHiem North Holbrook Hot.l
Hoar 9 121-5
Holbrook, Arizona
FOR
$1.00
Each person buying glass
es during July, can have
duplicate pair for one dollar,
prescription work only.
Dr. OSCAR S. BROWN
Santa Fe Hospital, Wlnslotr, Arizona
THORWALD LARSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Holbrook, - Arizona
Paquin Garage
- and General
Repair Shop
LATHEWORK
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
South Side of River
Lloyd C. Henning
ACCOUNTANT
Holbrook, Arizona
Fisher and Harbrecht
Merchant Tailors
CLEANING PRESSING
Adjoining Millinery Store
HOLBROOK. - ARIZONA
W. E. FERGUSON
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law
Holbrook, Arizona
Practices in all State and Federal Courts
FIREINSURANCE
"SAFETY FIRST SERVICE
TEN YEARS EXPERIENCE
REPRESENTING LARGE AND
LEADING COMPANIES
LLOYD C. HENNING
: HOLBROOK. ARIZONA
C. H. JORDAN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Notary Public
Holbrook, Arizona
SIDNEY SAPP
Attorney at Law
Practicing in all the Courts
Holbrook, Arizona
jSSNGLASSES
ilblbrook News
Notes
Another wonderful rain.v
George Scott was a Hol
brook visitor the latter part
of last week.
"Jim Wolfe was in town
Monday and Tuesday i this
week. He is moving to Cali
fornia. Mrs. Wolie is in
Albuquerque visiting her
daughter.
Sheriri JNewman was
granted a fifteen days leave
of absence by the Board of
Supervisors, and accompani
ed by Mrs. Newman and
children, left for Bluff Utah.
J. F. Fisher, spent several
days in Albuquerque recent
ly, he thinks he would rather
be in Holbrook as a steady
diet. Too many people out
of employment in Aq., he
says.
The production figures for
June in the Ford plants are
108,962 Ford cars and
trucks.
The Jennings Auto Co.,
is introducing the Gates
Super-Tread tire. It cer
tainly is a good looking pro
duct. If you like to box you can
always get a good match at
the News. Most of the box
ers congregate at the News
arena sometime during the
day or evening.
Attorney C. H. Jordan is
on the coast this week on
legal business.
County Attorney, Thomas
R. Greer, attended the coun
ty attorneys annual conven
tion at Flagstaff Monday.
Tuesday's convention was
held at the Grand Canyon.
How about a monster cele
bration for Holbrook on La
bor Day. We should like to
see the Elks interest them
selves in this.
Everybody turn out Sun
day and root for the ball
team. The boys are deserv
ing. They only recently
trimmed the self-styled
champions of Northern Ari
zona. Dr. Bazell is reported to
be getting along nicely in
the hospital at Albuquerque.
Mrs. Bessie Nimo is visit
ing with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Heaton.
Charley Cooley is out to
the coast this week. We
shouldn't be at all surprised
if Charley mingled with the
Elks.
Dr. Bouldin, of St. Jehns
is in charge of Dr. Bazell's
practise.
Mr. B. L. Gibbons, new
owner of the Arizona Hotel
at Taylor, paid the News a
pleasant visit this week.
THE CHURCHES
Methodist
FRANK R. SPECK. Pastor.
Sunday School 10:15 a. m.
. Will study Paul's conver
sion. Last Sunday was
good, but let's make next
Sunday better.
Preaching at 8:00 p. m. by
Presiding Elder A. W. At
kinson. Holbrook misses a real
treat when they fail to hear
Dr. Atkinson. He is sure
there with the goods.
CLANCY
KIDS
Logic la That
By PERCY L. CROSBY
i? by th McCluf Newipiptr 8yndicf
...I E- I ICMLERO OK
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids vf i be rec-pivi-d until 2
p. m., July ;:')th, 1921, lor the construc
tion of a portion of the iioüaook-St.
Johns Highway, more particularly des
cribed as Section "li" of Federal Aid
Project No. 6.
The work consists of approximately
25,000 cubic yards of excavation, 18, (00
cubic yards of surfacing, 270 cubic
yards of concrete and other incidental
work.
Proposals shall be addressed to Ihos.
Mad-lock, State Etjfinier, c:re of Board
of Supervisors, St. Johr.s, Arizona
and plainly marked on the outside oí
the envelope "State Highway Contract,
Federal Aid I'rojtct Ko. G. ScclionB."
Plans find specifications may be setn
at the office of the f f ",!e Engineer,
Phoenix, Arizona, or :.' the office of
the Board of Supervisors, St. Johns,
Arizona. Copies of the plans and speci
fications may be obtained on payment
of five ($5.00) dollars to Tho. Maddock,
State Engineer. An unendorsed, cer
tified or cashier's check for five per
cent of the total amount of ths bid,
payable to the State Treasurer ol
Arizona, will be required with ail pro
posals. Satisfactory surety company
bonds will be required of the contractor
to whom the award is made. The state
engineer reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. A" proposals shall be
made on blanks'furnished for that pur
pose. Thos. Maddock, state engineer.
Phoenix, Arizona, June 29, 1321.
1st 8 L 15
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will be rrceived by
the Navajo County Ilig'nv.-ay Commis
sion until 11 o'clock A. M. July 18th,
1921, for the following work' on the
Holbreok-Keams Canyon road, beginn
ing about J mile north of LaRoux
bridge and extending about 4 miles.
The work consists of approximately the
the following: 20,000 cu. yds. Roadway
Borrow. Specifications, may be obtain
ed from W. J. Hookway, Secretary.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check for 5 per cent of the to
tal amount bid. Proposals shall be ad
dressed to W. J. Hookway, Secretary,
and plainly marked on outside of envel
ope "Proposals for grading Sec. A,
Project 8." The Commission reser
ves the right to reject any or all bids.
W. J. HOOKWAY
Secretary Highway Commission
H. M. Moritz has been ad
vised that he is now Chief
Bank Examiner. This is in-
deded welcome news, not only
to Mr. Moritz but to his
many friends.
A. M. Boyer has been quite
ill the past few days.
Benefit dances for the ball
team are necessary so long
as a lot. of people do not
think it is up to them to
bear a small proportion of
the club's expense by paying
to see a game occasionally.
G. O. Miller, assistant
postmaster, is quite ill.
Every body attend the
dance Saturday night. It is
to help our ball team.
Standard
Bottling
Works
V. H. DRIVER, PROPRIETOR
SOFT DRINKS
OF ALL KINDS
Quality Quantity End
Price
Holbrook, Ariz.
Folded in one way a megaphone in
tended for spectators at sports be
comes a fan and in another way a hat.
More than 200 specimens of moss
are native to Great Britain.
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CLASSIFIED LINERS
WANTED
We will p:jy snot:
Ford Icjrincr car or
bodies in usable condition.
JENNINGS A Ul'O CO.
LAND
Now is the ti.r.;
lea.'ft expiring J
on Stare Lund,
this for you.
to r-' -.v vo-jr
! ''hi r'Mh. ;'21
BOYCE
F.v A
Land Sdci?i!.tss, fit-anl
Phoenix. Arizona
FARM Wanted: I want to hem
from party having farm f.rs.i!í?,
Give price find dr pcrir lii r.
B. 15. HOWARD
Champaign, Illinois
FOR SALE
2 1-ton Ford tracks, pneumatic
tires, with ever drive gevc.
Bargain if taken at once.
FRANKL1H-0YERLMD COMPANY
Expecting car load of Over-
lar.es soon. rut m you? order
now.
FRANKLIN-OVERLAND COMPANY
Plain sewing and crochet baby
hood?. Work guaranteed.
Mrs. C. B. Pennington, Next t
old I'Wd Garage south. Adv.
To seal En the
delicious Burley
tobacco flavor.
It's
READY TO SERVE
A man building a home
has just spent six months
completing his building at a
cost of SIO.UUU.
A few days before he
moves in he rings up the
electric light, gas and tele
phone company and is con
nected with these various
household utilities on a mo
ments notice.
Little does the average
person realize the millions
of dollars that have been in
vested and the years of time
required in developing these
great "ready to serve" or
ganizations which await on
ly his order to start" ser
vice. If the builder had to put
in a private phone system
the cost would have been
much more than
the cost of hi3 house
and then he would not have
really had service. The
monthly cost of running , his
private plants would have
been much more than the
monthly bills of the "ready
to serve organization al
ready at his command.
In considering rates of
public utilities the average
user overlooks the fact that
being "ready to serve" costs
money and that the value of
this potential service must
be covered by the rates.
you kwoco li
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-" "" j If we-could have our choice
i of jobs in summer, we'd like
c?.sh for i to be a bathing beach police
roadster! man.
o
V"e arc still
Hoping
that
who
evsry iiobiooK citizen
drives an automobile remem
bers that at a railroad cross
ing it is always polite to give
the railroad engine the right
-of- way.
Now that fugar is to cheap
lot's try putting an extra spo
onful in the temper.
o
Why is it that with so
many people the face is the
first thing to show wear and
tear.
Some Holbrook citizens
borrow trouple, and others
find it a trouble to borrow.
You'd have to h and c u ÍÍ
some women to ever get
them into a home for the ag
ed. o
Why not organize an as
sociation of those fellows
who have had their wrists
broken cranking Ford.
The Holbrook man who
has cabbage growing in his
garden is always sure of one
.--he can always get ahead.
Here is one thing that all
of us should remember,
a chicken doesn't quit
if it fails to find a worm.
Many a man who can hard
ly be induced to write to his
YYi "v V ni Tiri 1 1 I n 1 rtUonrtnn r- I
getting shot by writing to
another man's wife.
xt i,ií- .c: :c 4U
many eggs as the flies.
Trvcc-lVilxr if VOT7'rl ti q tyi q
snmp nf thp nírahíi--.s "Rpnt"
they'd go up a good deal fast
er, i
-o- i
Uncle Sam has again start
ed coining silver dollars,
showing that any kind of a
dollar looks good now.
What has become
of
the
girl
and
old fashioned Holbrook
who could make coffee
her own dresses.
The skirts keep getting a
little shorter, leading us to
believe that the girls have
finally decided that they are
more attractive than clothes.
o
If you want to know how
the earth feels when there,
is a comet shimmying around ;
it, ask a Holbrook man who;
has tried to milk a cow
m.
fly time. -
Wonder what the women
folks who used to picket the
White House are doing to
put in their time.
Cash down is the best
thing with which to feather
your nest.
The fact that a man does
not use his gas, "electricity.
or telephone after it is in- j
stalled, does not lessen the:
obligation or expense of the
company in having service
there if he choose to push
the botton.
Gradually the public is be
ginning to understand the
enormous expenditures of
of money and time that are
necessary in order to be
"ready to serve" when the
service is wanted.
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HOLBROOK DRUG COMPANY
Till: üUoV CCKNF.il
Fruits, Candies, Ice Crea:-.!, Soda Watek
Periodical., and F.lationrry Tofcai-ros, Cigars, Knlion.:, V.: :
Full Line of P ex all Remedies
Special .íícniki; Paid io Mail Orders
Holbrook Drug Company
Watches
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Jewelry Masüíktó:
Silverware
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recious Stones
are an assest a
Pi
No other investment in recent years lias
increased so in value.
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and onr prices are always in line.
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Groceries, Dry Goods
and Hardware
Special Bargains This Month
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DO YOU
Read the Advertising in this Paper?
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good investment.
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SUPPLY CO.
- - ARIZONA
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