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THE HOLBROOK NEWS. HOLBROOK. ARIZONA, JuLY 22. 1921
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Talloriuff Cleaning Presslur ALBERT WARREN Opposite Hotel Holbrook HOLBROOK. ARIZONA B H GIBBS MCGlBBS PHONE IOII RO BOX 323 GIBBS&BIBBS.LAWYERS PHYSICIANS BUILDING. PHOENIX.ARIZ. ' PRACTICE BEFORE ALL COURTS SPECIALIZE STATES FEDERAL LANDS W. B. CROSS Local Representative for WINS LOW 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 robras. Good acco mmodations, moderate rates. Dr. ARTHUR F. SWITZER DENTIST Offica North Holbrook Hotel Hour 5-121-5 Holbrook, Arizona GLASSES FOR $1.00 Each person buying glass es during Jul v.' can have duplicate pair for one dollar, prescription work only. Dr. OSCAR S. BROWN Santa Fe Hospital, WInslow, Arlzou Holbrook News Notes Lloyd C. Henning ACCOUNTANT Holbrook, Arizona Fisher and Harbrecht Merchant Tailors CLEANING -PRESSIiNCy Adjoining Millinery Store HOLBROOK. - ARIZONA W. E. FERGUSON Attorney and CounseIlor-at-Lw Holbrook, Arizona Practice in all State and Federal Courts CLASSIFIED LINERS WANTED W will pay spot cash for Ford tourine car or' roadster bodies in usable condition. JENNINGS AUTO CO. Beaucoup fine rains! Are we going to celebrate Labor day? Dr. Bazell continues to im prove. It doesn't take much of an appropriation to enforce the law of gravitation. The Breckenridge-Texas- Arizona Oil Syndicate have acquired additional acreage in Stevens bounty, iexas, three quarters of a mile from a 14,000 bbl well. ; S. Earl Taylor, the oil man is very busy indeed these days. A large number of this friends have been visit ing him, and incidentally looking over the oil field. Attorney C. H. Jordan re turned from the coast Sun day evening. He was ac companied by Mrs. Jordan. The ball game was wit nessed by a large and appre ciative crowd. You peopie who despair of oil being brought in, will do well to remember Ranger, El Darado, and several other big fields. The Home Brewers lost to the Winslow South Siders by a score 11 to 7. To date Holbrook has won 9 and lost 5 games. Very good, Eddie. There is a report current that the Adamana expect to shoot the Adamana No. 1 shortly, we are unable to confirm the rumor, however. Girls of the local telephone exchange have been granted two weeks vacation with full pay. R. S. Teeple made a busy ness trip to Kingman. He returned Wednesday of this week. The Ace and Thimble Club was most delightfully enter tained Friday afternoon be the president, Mrs. L. Cad well. The club Will meet with Mrs. John Flanigan next week. . Mrs. Custis, from Fort Apache, is the house guest of Miss Rachel Thomas this week. Miss Thomas will ac company Capt. and Mrs. Cus tis on their fishing trip in the White Mountains. Major Herr and Capt. Lloyd are Holbrook visitors this week. "Which do the girls scrub the most now, their elbows or their knees?" asks an ex change. We refuse to be incriminated. T. H. Jordan manager of the Zuni Oil Co., took in the ball game Sunday. Miss Ella Dadey spent Sat urday and Sunday in Win slow. UndersherifT O. C. Will iams, returned Sunday from a trip to flagst? if. He re ported the roads in bad con dition, due to the rr.ins. Justice Walton of Wins low was in town Wednesday of this week. lie reports that since taking 'office he has handled more criminal and civil actions than an other justice in northern Ari zona. Mrs. McLennon who is charged with murder, will have her preliminary trial before Justice Walton on the 28th. of this month. "Slim" Smithersand Fred Turley will go six rounds at Snowflake the 2oth. This promises to be a good event. H. M. Moritz returned to Phoenix the early part of the week. The family will re main here for a time. Joseph W. Smith, the Snowflake banker, was in town Wednesday of this week. Holbrook plays at Snow flake, Monday the 25th. The number of attractions of fered at Snowflake will am ply pay every one to attend. L. M. Shipley, general manager of the Apache Rail way Co., came down on the regular run this week. The products of the Hol brook Bakery are fresh. You can depend on their whole someness andjtastiness. Adv. FLOOD OF GERMAN IMPORTS New York, July 21. A serious phase of the import problem is presented py the large arrivals of goods from Germany. The United States mail steamship Hud son, irom .Bremen, arriving July 4, carried a 2,300-ton cargo, the largest individual shipment thus far received. It consists principally o f crockery, glassware, chemi; cals and dves. With jobbers experiencing difficulty i n moving their stocks or do mestic commodities at pres ent prices, these imports, which are offered much American Ships Now Sail Seven Sí Orrar riftr rrt 1 1 1 - j . n ! :T I S ft Ws S" .,-5. ."--J : w .--: : ".-.'?5a. Twin. Bed Staterooms, Private Baths and Nurseries for the Childrsa Give Hints of Luxuries froviaea on tnips 01 tne imcw American Merchant Marine ANYWHERE In the world on an chairman of the United States Ship. American ship! Americans no ping Board. . . . . longer need go to sea or ship "Our Merchant Marine must be their goods in foreign bottoms, sustained if It is to be permanent. That, to-day. is the proud message declares Rear Admiral V . S. Ilenson, from the National Capital to the commissioner of the United States American people From every - port in the country now sail stately and luxurious ves- Shipnintr Hoard Not only in quantity does the American fleet excel, but In quality Here are some of the features of sels. under the American flag, car- American passenger vessels to rylng passengers and cargo to every ""y ?J"e" ,ín, k5s w.ri country In the globe. accustomed only on big foreign The ration, through the United iiners; public tooms with palatial States Shipping Board. Is flinging a lounges and music rooms, palm gar new Declaration of Independence ,jen verandas and writing rooms; to the world, independence of for- nan rooms, glass enclosed promcn eign vessels, for American travelers a(jes. swimming tanks, twin beJs. and commerce. shower and tub baths. With a proud merchant fleet num- After forty-six years service in bering 3.700 vessels of 19.133.890 the United States Navy, during deadweight tons (not including which time he saw the A'mi-ricar small ships), according to official flag, except on sh'ps of war. almobl figures compiled to May 1. it is now disappear from the ocean, and nu "up to" the people of the United chief officer of the greaust single States to keep that fleet on the fleet of merchantmen ever con seven seas Of this great total the structed, Admiral Benson is asllnfr United States Shipping Board owns his countryman to support t! : and controls 1.720 vessels of fleet 11.139,406 deadweight tons. "We have the ships." he declares "We must take the huge corpora- "The United States Shipping );oari tion, the largest the world has ever is using every endeavor to build up known, and make It an institution this vast fleet Into a profiia'oif of which every American will be enterprise, but we need the cocrír-, proud." dec'ares Albert r liasker. tion cf every American." House passes protective tariff bill with Hides, Oil and Cotton on free list. Vote 289 to 127. Carl Hayden voted against the bill. ANTISEPTIC BARBER SHOP 3 Barbers- No Wait Shower Bath Laundry Service. Guy Franklin, Prop. CITY HOTEL In a Class by itself. Thorovghly Moc'cr.i. Mrs. C. U. EDMUNDS, Prop. We Carry a Full Line of Groceries and our prices are always in line. Ask Us For Quotations Babbit Bros, Trading Co. cheaper than the quotations prevailing here for domestic goods, present a difficult situation. Th e H. B.'s will play Hol brook's first team Sunday July 24. Watches : Diamonds : Jewelry Jewelry Manufacturing Siherware Sfjrirwi' (7-$5vr.pa irsroSsSil Precious Stones and good Jewelry are an assest a good investment. No other investment in recent years has increased so in value. H. W. Hughes L' WHY NOT SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS rsEsss gsaggsa iraass wa.ixi Plain ae wins: and crochet baby Mrs. C. B. Pennington, Next to ola if ora uarage souin. auv NOTICE The Sunshine Class of-the Methodist Church will give a Cindy and Cake Sale Saturday afternoon at the Hilbrook Mar ket for the benefit of the Sunday School Library. IN TBE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES For the District of Arizona IN THE MATTER OF George N. Key, bankrupt, in Bankruptcy. To the creditor! of George N. Key of Holbrook, in the County of Navajo and district aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on the 20th day of July, A. D. 1921, the said George N. Key was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held before Edgar II. Loveride, Referee in Bankruptcy at the office of W. E. Ferguson, Hol brook, Arizona, on the 2nd day of Aug ust, A. D. 1921, at 2 o'clock in the af ternoon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as my properly come before said meeting. EDGAR H. LOVERIDGE Referee in Bankruptcy Dated July 20th, 1921. a Just Árriy Full car load of CERTAIN-TEED high grade roofing, which, was bought on basis of recent reductions, and which will e sold accordingly. all Lumber Company EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS Clancy Kids A Good Customei 3 PERCY L.CROSBY by th McClure Nwppr Syndlcat ( ' MAMA SENT MrT) WhatIt aoooj .4 JHAr I CAN ReCOMMCND VCftv 'owjn 0iRecr,oN)ArotR own OAlfVj FROM 9VRC f t?0ew PAf?M MI-A A MOST CovLY fLAVOR IT PvLJo l JTAMPcD ey The PORC fOOD tAU COMMITTee HOuimuCH loOULO You WANT.' if ta Ti v.-1 v. v, I \n\n mí?:;.