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The HolbrookNews, Holbkook. Arizona .Feb 16, 1922
BUSDIESS DIRECTORY
BM GIBBS
M CGIBOS
PHONE K5II
PO BOX 528
GIBBS &GIBBS,uwiers
PHYSICIANS BUILDING.
PHOENIX, ARIZ.
PRACTICE BEFORE ALL COURTS
SPECIALIZE STATE & FEDERAL LANDS
F1REINSURANCE
Safety First Service
$36,737.23 losses paid '
by fire companies through
my agency. Some Re
cord. Patronize the com
panies that pay you.
LLOYD C. HENNING
HOLBROOK. ARIZONA
Dr. ARTHUR F. SWITZER
DENTIST
Offie Nortk Holbrook HoUl
Horn 12-1-8 .
HoLBBOor, Arizona
TaUorlnf Cleaning Presslot
ALBERT WARREN
HOLBROOK. ARIZONA
Holbrook News
Notes
Lloyd C. Henning
ACCOUNTANT
Bolbrook, Arlsona
J.L. Willis of Showlow
was in town Monday.
Harvey Randell came in
from St. Jo to bid on t h e
road contracts last Monday.
There will be at least four
Holbrook enthusiasts who
will attend the Masonic
Grand Lodge and Grand
Chapter O.E.S. which will
be held in Tucson next week
The following: will leave
Saturday night. Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd C. , Hanning,
Judge Sapp, Mrs.' J.W. Ba-
zell, and W.J. Hookway.
Len and Arch Jensen
were down from Shumway
the first of the week.
Mrs. Santa Jaquis is vis
iting Mrs. L.C. Henniner
this week.
Chas. Wyrick of Winslow
spent Monday in town.
Frank Campbell was one
of the bidders on the road
contract last Monday.
For real warm blankets
and comforters, priced
right see Wetzlers. Adv.
Last Monday, T.W. Tan
ner of Snowflake was in
town.
The Hiffhwav commission
let contracts on the Hol-
brook-Keams Canyon road
and on the Holbrook-Snow-flake
road, the first named
being bid in by Raymond
Stratton. E.J. Larson and
Taylor Hunt of Snowflake.
The latter contract was
given to Messrs. Rogers
Bros., and Willis. The
prices which contractors
are quoting in this county
for road work would seem
to warrant an ambitious
program of road im
provement being entered
upon, because there never
has been,, and perhaps never
will be a time when the
Board of Supervisors could
get work done so cheaply.
If anything is to be done,
the matter must be taken
up at once.
Mrs. H.H. DeGrasse's
mother, Mrs. Reig, has re
turned to her Los Angeles
home after spending some
time here with her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gar
dner of Snowflake have been
in town this week. Mrs.
Gardner has been attending
the dentist.
Al Turley, and Jim and
Lee Brinkertoff were Hol
brook visitors last week,
coming in from our neigh
boring town of Woodruff.
You can now buy a sub
stantial Simmons Bed, good
spring and mattress for
$27.50 at Wetzlers. Adv.
John Eager, sheriff of
Apache County was in Hol
brook on business Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grigsby
were in Holbrook early this
week.
"Slim" Smethers who has
been in Colorado returned
home on Saturday.
Ralph HatchAvas a Taylor
visitor who sojourned in Hol
brook last week.
J.E. Shearea and wife
came in from the Tucker
Church Headquarter's Ranch
during the past week.
D.V. Marley spent a few
days in town this week.
Loral C. Owens and Jesse
M. Smith were in the county
seat on Saturday. They
were busily engaged in per
fecting the signing up the
papers necessary for the
opening of the Bank of Nor
thern Arizona, at Snowflake.
For real warm blankets
and comforters, priced right
see Wetzler. Adv.
Arthur Schuster got out
his car and tuned it up a
little and when the weather
warmed up started off on
the road to St. Johns bat.
Mr. Paquin, the Chevrolet
agent, made a business trip
to Winslow the end of the
week.
Geo. J. Patterson from
St. Johns was in our city
during the latter part of the
past week.
George C. Crosby Jr. was
down from Flagstaff on Sat
urday of last week.
We are in receipt of the
Rio Grande Project number
of the El Paso Chamber of
Commerce bulletin. Thb
highly creditable piece of
publicity i s undoubtedly
widely distributed and can
not fail to fulfill it's pur
pose, i.e. including home
seekers to settle in the low
er Rio Grande Valley. More
power to their elbow!
You can now buy a sub
stantial Simmons Bed, good
spring and mattress foi
$27.50 atWetzler's.
W.A. Saunders was in
town from St. Johns the end
of last week.
W. E. Baldwin, forest
rangerref the Chevelon dis
trict, spent Saturday in Hoi
brook.
rat biaugnter came l n
from his ranch near Spring
erville on Saturday, leaving
on train number 9 Sunday.
Watch
For The
"Holbrook Traders
99
Next Week
j
Mr. T.A. Wataon of San Fran
liseo has nneneduD the H 1 brook
Sheet Metal Woiks at Holbrook
in the rear of the Post Office,
and is now pr.-pared to haidle
inj thine in the sheet metil
line.
Mr. Wa's6n,i3 anexcert mech
anic and a thorough business
man. He has one of the best
equipped shops in the State, and
will not hesitate to fill any con
tract in his line, no matter how
large or how small.
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. .Voight
of Springerville spent Sun
day in Holbrook.
Mrs Sylvia Metcalf, who
was. a former employee of
the Holbrook post office
while she was Miss Sylvia
Graham, visited Miss Lola
Cross last Saturday and
Sunday. Mrs. Metcalf was
on her way to Uallup t o
visit her sister at that place.
W. E. Hall came down
from Lakeside last Saturday
He reports that the roads
in that vicinity have been
made extremely soft by the
wet snow last week.
JThe Home Paper 3 a year
W. E. FERGUSON
Attorn? aod CounieUar-at-Law
Holbrook, Arizona
Practices ia all Stale anaT Federal Court
C. H. JORDAN
ATTORNEY AT I.AW
Notary Public
Holbrook, Arlsima
DELOS BUNDY"
REGISTERED ENGINEER
SURVEYS, PLANS AND ESTIMATES HAPS
DRAFTING AND BLUE PRINTS.
HOLBROOK, ARIZONA
PHONE 73 - v BOX 858
BUILD
A HOME AND BE HAPPY
Chas Crumely
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
WANTED
FOR RENT-Five room modern
house.
Apply C. H. Jordan
WANTED Young couple wants
to rent furnished house or a
partment as soon as possible.
Notify Newi
WANTED-We will pay ten
cents a pound for all the ragi
you bring around.
HOLBROOK NEWS
We will pay spot cash for
Ford tounne car or roadster
bodies in usable condition.
JENNINGS AUTO CO.
BABY CHIX-- White Leg
horns every motiday lots 100
and up, also Golden Buff
and Brown Leghorns, An
conas, Black Minorca s,R. I.
Reds, Buff Orpingtons, and
Barred Rocks.
Enoch Crews, Seabright, Cal
FOR RENT- Tow small
rooms furnished for sleeping
May be arranged for light
house keeping. $6.00 per
month each. Mrs. A. E.
Moore. Phone 86
1-2 Block west of Commerc
ial Garage.
The News will
buy your old rags.
AFTER MARCH 1st-
We expect to confine our paint sales to just Thirteen CERTAIN TEED house colors, and in an effort
to close out our stock of paints and varnishes between now and that date we are going to sell every gal
lon of paint and varnish (exclusive of the colors mentioned)
-.-AT COST
Look over the assortment shewn below and see if there is anything that suits jcur pment needs.
Or even if you have nothing to paint at this time it will certainly pay ycu well to get seme cf this high
grade paint at the prices we are closing it out for.
No deliveries, no exchanges and no charges at these prices.
Sherwin-William Products
Inside Floor Paint Cost
Cost
PorcK and Deck Cost
Flat-Tone Cost
SWP Family Paints (House) Cost
Cost
.. ... Cost
Cost
SWP House Paints (Quarts only) Cost
Oil Stains (Sherwin-Williams) Cost
Cost
McMurtry's Outside Cottage White Cost .
In jive-gal. cans only
Shingle Stains
i 5-gal. can Mound city Indian Red
i 5-gal can Mound City Rick Drown
3 5-gal. cans KoKler McLister Red
Roof Plaints
I 5-gal. can SHapleigh Hdw. Black
5 l-gal. cans Shapleigh Hdw. Black
4 5-gal. cans Arcotum Green
Price $2.70 per gal.
Price .86 per qt.
Prica $3.05 prrgal.
Price $2.75 per gal.
Price $2.70 per gal.
Price .88 per qt.
Price .48 per pt.
Price .29 per J-pt.
Price .90 per qt.
Price .53 per pt.
Price .33 per i-pt.
Price $2.40 per gal.
.$1.00 per gal.
.$ .85 per gal.
. .85 per gal.
. 1.72 per gal.
,.$ .96 per gal.
. 1.06 per gal.
. 1.77-per gal.
We have oiher bargains in paints and varnishes
lac), which we are unable to list here, but we assure
Sanacote
Arco Auto and Carriage
, . $1.35 p qt-
58 per pt.
Vitralite Enamel (Pratt & Lambert)
Colors: Gray, Ivory, Cream, Chinese Blue, White $1.76 per qt.
.93 Per P-
5 pe' -P
China-Cote Enamel (McMurtry)
White Only $2.70 per
1-39 per qt-
Old Dutch Enamel (Sherwin-Williams)
White Only $3-7 per i-gal.
173 per qt.
92 per pt.
'. 53 per J-pt.
Beavertone
A high gtade Linseed flat wall paint manufactured by the
Beaver Board Co. May be usedjon wood, iron, wall boards.
Washable $3 56 per gal.
$1.40 per J-gal.
78 per qt.
COLORS: Willow Green, Cieam, Shell Pink, Ivory,
Robin Egg Blue, Sky Blue, Warm Grey, Spruce and
Nile Green, Dove Grey, Light Buff, Delf Blue.
(including the well known Sherwin-Williams Floor
you that every single item goes at COST. ,
The Hall Lumber Co.
THE
CLANCY
KIDS
3
Fair Enough
By PERCY L. CROSBY
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