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HolbrookNews, Holbkook, Arizona, April 7. 1922
BUSINESS-DIRECTORY FIREINSURANCE Safety First Service $36,737.23 losses paid by fire companies through my agency. Some Re cord. Pa tronize the com panies that pay'you. LLOYD C. HENNING HOLBROOK. ARIZONA W. E. FERGUSON Attorney and Coumelior-al-Law Holbrook, Arizona Practice in all Stale and Federal Courts C. H. JORDAN ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public Hoi brook, Arlmna DELOS L- BUNDY REGISTERED ENGINEER SU.VWS.PIAN AND E5TiMTE5fMVPS. DRAFTING AND BLUE PRINTS. HOLBROOK, ARIZONA PHONE 73 BOXS85 Dr. ARTHUR F. SWITZER DENTIST Office North Holbrook Hotel Hoar 9 12-1-S Holbrook, Arizona B H GIBBS H C GIBBS PHONE lOll PO BOX 523 GIBBS &GIBBS,lawyer3 PHYSICIANS BUILDING. PHOENIX, ARIZ. ' PRACTICE BEFORE ALL COURTS -SPECIAUZE STATE & FEDERAL LANDS Tailoring Cleaning Pressing ALBERT WARREN HOLBROOK, ARIZONA Lloyd C. Henning ACCOUNTAKT Holbrook, Arizona Commercial Hotel Modern Throughout Rates $1.00 and up W. Y. BjlJiag, Proprietor EDWARD HORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW Holbrook. Arizona. BUILD HOME AND BE HAPPY Chas Crumely CONTRACTOR & BUILDER LET ME DYE FOR YOU WILLIAM J. PLANT BATIK ARTIST Holbrook, Ariz. Notice to Creditors Estate of Wm. M. Abbott de ceased. Notice is hereby Riven by the undersigned Kenneth H. Myers, Administrator of the es state of Wm. 14. Abbott deceas ed, to the creditors cf and all persona having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouch ers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said Kenneth H. Myers at Winslow. Arizona the same be ing the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in aaid County of Navajo, State of Arizona. Kenneth H. Myers Administrator of . estate of Wm. M. Abbott deceased. Dat ed Winslow, Arizona, this 11th day of March 1922. F. Mar. 17 L. Apr. 7. SWITZER'S STYLE SHOP OF Phoenix, Ariz will conduct a SALE of women's and raisse's Sails, Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Waists, Sweaters and Edusive Millinery AT THE Commercial Hotel Sample Room TWO DAYS ONLY Friday and Saturday APRIL 7 and 8 TELL EVERYBODY COME! BRING YOUR Dresses $16.00 and up Coats 19.75 Suits 19.75 n n Sweaters 3.98 Hats 9.00 Pearls, iridescent glob ules of softly glowing moon light for milady's throat. See the charming strings of BELTA PEARLS at Hughes Jewelry Store. Adv. BBIEIEEEEE3EEEBEEEEBEEEBEaSEEEBSSEEEBlBESEEEEBBEB at R n A Vital Part m m m h H H B m a Teaching children the va!uj of thrift is a duty g iacQiibsat oa parents, for a kiw!eleof tin bene- s fits that accrue fronth p;j:iic3 of t'irift is a vital g put of education. Tin child win aijiir-i? th"n hibit grovs up with a g m)jt val a lble asset; which nt only enables him g t) a;j lire 3 insial iaijpji iiicj, bit prompts him g ta cjusryj iid build up his physical and mental g renins. Tn; stirtin? of a savings account in g this buk miy prjye ta bj ths foundation of much g future priority, happiness and usefulness. g M We pay 5 per cent on savings accounts and time deposits, g 5 L EEKES2BC13IIEEEXflllBEIEZEBEEflElEIEEEXECEEEEIESEEEH Spring Says VARY YOUR MENU We carry all kinds cf fresh, green vegetables. Daily from California. Carrots Onions Lettuce Radishes Other Vegetables in Season Eat plenty of green food and kill the spring fever Flake Best and Cheapest Holbrook News Notes G. C. Hall left for Chicago last week. He will be gone for a short time. Get her a dainty present for Commencment at the Hughes Jeweley Store. Adv. 13. F. Stewart, and C. B. Stewart, both of Heber, were in town Monday. Mr. Gustave Becker of Springerville was in town early last week, as was also Mr. L. C. Becker, of Belen, N. M. Every Girl wants a wrist watch. Come in and see our assortment. Hughes Jew elry Store. Adv Mr. T. Soden of Belgrade Montana was in town this week. He was on his way to Springerville where he will take charge of the Dry Goods Dept. of Becker's store. Mr. F. McNutt, Roadmas- ter on the Santa Fe line was in town last week. Mr. Mc- iNutt has charge of that section of the road lying be tween Holbrook and Gallup. His territory has been re cently enlarged to cover this distance. He covers this (distance probably every week, and we shall see him often in Holbrook. Hunt, Stratton and Larson have completed the work on the road just north of town. Also during the past week these gentlemen moved the two little buildings which were back of the new Scorse building and graded the ball diamond, Mr. B. N. Dunning, ma son and stone contractor, was in Holbrook Saturday. It will be remembered that Mr. Dunning resided here some years ago. One of his daughters, Sylvia who at tended school here, is mar ried. Her name now being Harris, and is the proud pos sessor of a brand new baby boy. of Education S3 EC Cauliflower Spinach Market Meat in Holbrook MissAllie Cross is once more on the sick list. Get your garden seed and garden tools at Wetalers. Adv. Mrs Dee DeWitt and baby returned Sunday from a ten day visit to Snowflake. Robert Putney, well known business man of Albuquer que, was in our city Friday. Everything for the kitch en and house, reasonably priced at Weizlers Adv. Mr. Gilbert, who has been here for some little time left this week for the Grand Can yon where he will remain for at least a couple of months. L. O. Becker, of the First Nat'l Bank of Belen, N. M. was in town during the lat ter part of last week. Get your garden seeds and garden tools at Wet zlers. Adv. Judge Bollinger of King man was in Holbrook Fri day, presiding in a " court case. Mrs. Elizabeth Scorse has been quite ill at her home on Oakland Avenue. Get her a dainty present for Commencment at the Hughes Jewelry Store. Adv. Mr. W. H. Dagg of Wins- low was in town Monday. Judge E.S.Clark was here on Wednesday transacting legal business in the superior court. John Freeman of Snow flake, paid the News a plea sant visit Monday. Mr. Free man is gloating over the good that last Sundays rains have done the pasturage. Mr. Cephas Perkins has been very ill at his ranch home west of town. Everything for the kitch. en and house reasonably priced at Wetzlers. Adv. .CS J" X? ,gZgg0Ttis Qrcaicst cAutomobiU J wTL.i.iLa - - m- -m a Overland, always a good investment, now the greatest automobile value in America The men who make it are just as proud of f Today's Overland: 25 TOURING, Rings, pins, brooches, and wrist watches make acceptable gifts for Com mencment. Hughes Jew elry Store. Adv. Mr. Blevins, who has been for years a resident of Hol brook and Navaio County returned to our city early this week from a seventeen month stay in Kingman. Mr. and Mrs. Buckley, Mr. Blevins daughter and son in law are living in Kingman also. Mr. Bucklev, was at one time connected with the Santa Fe offices in Holbrook, and at present he is in charge of the Western Union at Kingman. Rings, pins, brooches, and wrist watches make acceptable gifts for Com mencment. Hughes Jewelry Shop. R. L. Keith was up from Winslow Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Switzer and Mrs. Zuck and daughter Mary, motored to Winslow last Saturday. Judge Lyman was in our city on Wednesday, having been called to the bench here to preside in some cases brought up that day. Spring Sewing Specials Beautiful New Ginghams in Checks and Stripes Lorraine Egyptian Tissues Washable Silk Tissues 46 in. Permanent Finish OrgandUs Juvenile Suitings : Flaxons Percales and Apron Ginghams II. H. SCORSE STORE 4 HOLBROOK, ARIZ. fob'ToUdo as the men that work on high-priced, "hand-picked" cars are of what they make and with a better reason. It's a greater achievement to turn out so fine a car at so low a price. g miles to the gallon; all-steel body; bated enamel finish; 130-inch sprint bast $550 ; ROADSTER, $550; COUPE, $850; SEDAN, $895 f. o. b. Toledo FAANKLIN-OVERLAND CO. TAKES CHARGE OF WINSLOW STORE Mr. Pincetl is in Winslow at present. He will take charge at least temporarily I of the wholesale and retai' business of Babbitt Bros, in that city. Mr. Pincetl is a forceful and progressive business man and it is evident that the firm is thoroughly aware of the fact. Mr. Prescott will be in charge of the Holbrook Warehouse. SCH00LNOTES The school base ball sea son will soon open and great will be the glee of all the fans. Nothing like a good game of ball to get us all out of doors. The games of ball scheduled thus far are: Apr. 15. St Johns will play our boys on the fct. Johns diamond. Apr. 22 St. Johns w i 1 play here. Apr- 29 Emerson School Flagstaff, will play here. May 6 Winslow will play our ooys at Winslow. May 13 Winslow will mee our team here. CXI f.i M A Feeling of 3 COMFORTS if the lucky lot of the man who wears a negligee shirt and soft collar purchased ct our shop. Our ties, bells, handker chiefs, hosiery, underwear, pajamas, garters and other haberdashery likewise give you that comfortable feeling. L. CADWELL CO. THE MEN'S TOCCERY SHOP May 18 Flagstaff Hi will play our team in Flag. May 18 Flagstaff Normal will play our team in Flag. The Northern District Track Meet will be held at flagstaff May 19. All the Hi Schools of Northern Ari zona will be represented by track teams. A second tennis court is being completed this week on the school grounds. This will do much to relieve the congestion cn the courts, and allows us to throw them open to the public for gen eral play. At present a ten nis tournment is-being plan ned between the Winslow girls and the girls of our town. All the ' English classes are diligently at work, their members . busily composing essays on the topic, "How Good Roads Improve m y Community." Each one hopes to win the University Scholarship offered for the' best essay from each state by H. S. Firestone, the big tire manufacturer. CARD OFTBANKS In behalf of the sorrow ing family of John A. Hun I wish to take this opportu nitr of thanking those who showed such kindness in the recent sickness and death of a beloved son of the family, Chet Hunt, and wish to express especial apprecia tion to Mr. W.B. Woods for his thoughtful consider ation and comforting floral offering. Signed W.B. Cross Clean-up Week April 10th to 15th Has been designated by the May or and City Council as Clean Up Week. Burn your rubbish,clean uJ) the yards. Do your "Spring House Cleaning" out of doors. L. F. MCCLAN.4HAN Town Marshal THOSE WONDERFUL CALIFORNIA HERBS CURED HER AND THE NEIGHBORS OF RHEUMATISM Minburn, Iowa, May Gth, 1920. Rheumatism Herb Co., Ocean Park, Cal. Gentlemen: My mother is suffering dreadfully with rheumatism We have tried doctors, all sorts of patent medi cines and liniments, but no relief, and my sister-in-law (Urs. W. F. Antle of Norwalk, Iowa) wrote me and told me to get a pound of your Herbs, for she knew it would do wonders for my mother. SHE SAID IT CURED HER AND SEVERL OF HER NEIGH ORS. Please send it as quickly as possible. Very Respectfully, Mrs. E M. Jones. Send for free booklet of letters from people all over the U. S. t"Stifying to the wonderful result cf these HerLs. Men and woman agents are building up a good business selling them. Agents wanted everywhere. Price $1 pound postpaid. RHEUMATISM HtKK LUmrANi, Advt. Ocean Park, California.