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HOLBROOK NEWS, Holbrook Arizona, pril 21, 1922 1
BUSINESS DIRECTORY FIREINSURANCE Safety First Service $36,737.23 losses paid by Ere companies through my agency. Some Re cord. Patronize the com panies that pay you. LLOYD t -DENNING HOLBROOK. ARIZONA W. E. FERGUSON Attorney aud CouiueUor-al-Law Holbrook, Aiizopa Ptaclica in all State and F4et ai Courts I National Gingham I Week April 24th to 29th C. H. JORDAN ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public Holbrook, Arizona DELOS BUNDY REGISTERED ENGINEER SUlfCTiPLMJ AN) ESiiMlTES.MAPS. DRAFTING AND BLUE PRINTS. HOLBROOK, ARIZONA PHONE 73 BOX 385 Dr. ARTHUR F. SWITZER DENTIST Office) Nortk Holbrook Hotel Hoar 9-12-1-5 Holbrook, Arizona B.H GIBBS HCGIBQS PHONE ICMI PO BOX 528 BIBBS 5tGlBBS,kAvmRs PHYSICIANS BUILDING. PHOENIX. ARIZ. ' PRACTICE BEFORE ALL COURTS SPECIALIZE STATES FEDERAL LANDS Amsskeag Hampshire Ginghams, 32 inches wide, S-plain colors and neat fancy designs at 35c per yd. Lora Doone Ginghams, 27 inches wHn!alas, plaids and checks at 25c per yd. Everett Cheviot Shirtings, 28 inches wideDark effects far shirtings and children splay clothing at 20c. Tissae Ginghams, large assortment of plaid and small neat desigss in various widths, priced from 35c to 75c per yd. ARIZ. CO-OP. MERC. INST. Holbrook News Notes B35BEES EE&BEEESaSIEEEEEEiEBIE5S8MBftEESEESflBBBEEBEEB NOTICE To Whom It May Concern: This is to certify that all of the N. VV i of the N. E. I of the N. E. J of Section One (I) i3 the property of the H. H. Score Es tate and that the public is here by forbidden to pro upon that part cf section one (1) to haul away gravel or any other part of said section one (1) township seventeen (17). North of Range (20) East, and any and every body going upon said premises will be treated as trespassers and will be requested to respond in damages. H. H. Scorse Estate By Sidney Sapp. Attorney F21 L28. Summons Tailoring Cleaning: Pressing ALBERT WARREN HOLBROOK. ARIZONA Lloyd C. Henning ACCOUNTANT Holbrook, Arizona In the Superior Court of, the State of Arizona, 'in and for Navajo County. Commercial Hotel Modern Throughout Rates $1.00 and up W. V. Bjldiag, Proprietor EDWARD HO RTON ATTORNEY AT LAW Holbrook. Arizona. LET ME DYE FOR YOU WILLIAM J.TLANT BATIK ARTIST Holbrook, Ariz. Action brought in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Navajo, and the complaint filed in said County of Navajo, in the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. Joseph F. Woods Plaintiff vs. Pedro Montano, et al Defend ants. In the Name of the State of Arizona, to Pedro Montano and wifp, their unknown heirs, un known successors in interest, and unknown assigns; M?n.el Montano, his unknown heirs, un known successors :n interest, and unknown assigns; John Doe, his unknown heirs and unknown assigns, and unknown successors in interest; Richard Roe, his un known heirs, unknown succes sors in interest, and unknown assigns; John Doe Company, its unknown heirs, unknown suc cessors in interest, and unknown assigns and Ihe state of Ari zona. Defendants. GREETING. You Are Hereby Summoned and.required to appear in an NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS aeaieu prcposais will be rece ived by the Navajo County Highway Commission until 11 A M. May 1st. 1922, for the following work on the Winslow Reservation road, located 29 to 32 miles north of Winslow. The work, consists of the following:- 9000 cu. ydi. common borrow. 1760 cu. yds. gravel surfacing, 60 cu. yd?, rubble masonry. 1600 ft. bridge lumber in place. 80 cu. yds. loose rock in dips. Specifications may be obtained from W.J. Hookway. Secretary. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check for 5 per oent of the total amount bid Proposals shall be addressed to W.J. Hookway, Secretary, and plainly marked on .outside of envelope Proposals Sec. F, project 6. The commission reserves the right to reject any or all bids. F April 21 L April 28 action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Navajo, and answer the Com plaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Hol brook, in said County, within twenty days after the service upon you of this Summons, if served in thia County, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above men tioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by de fault will be taken against 3'ou Given under my hand and the Seal of theSuperior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Navajo, this 20th day of April 1922. (Seal) LLOYD C. HENNING, Clerk of said Superior Court. By OLIVE CLARKE, Deputy Clerk. F Apr. 21 L May 12 Try advertising for quick results JOHN SWEENEV ATTORNEY AT LAW Notary Public WINSLOW, ARIZ. THOSE WONDERFUL CALIFORNIA HERBS CURED HER AND THE NEIGHBORS OF RHEUMATISM Minburn, Iowa, May 6th, 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 (Mrs. XV. 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 OTei the U. S. testifying to the wonderful result cf these Herbs. Men and women agents are building up a good business selling them. Agents wanted everywhere. Price $1 pound postpaid. RHEUMATISM HERB COMPANY, Advt. Oceaa Park, California. "Give me a Winchester tool every time" Men who make their living by their skill with tools find in Winchester Tools special refine ments of design, niceties in finish, sturdy con struction. They produce more and better work at the end of the day. For the skilled mechanic or the "handy man" Winchester tools are made to save his time and temper. WINCHESTER NAIL HAMMER Forged from crucible steel. Perfect hang and balance. Claws will grip and pull a headless nail. Patented "interlocking" wedge prevents head working loose. WINCHESTER SCREW DRIVER Blades of one piece o' chrome steel. Held firmly in handles by special "lug and notch" costruction. Made to stand up under hardest use. WINCHESTER SLIP JOINT VURS-Accurately fitting joints in position to give greatest leverage. Sharply milled teeth that grip and hold. Several sizes and patterns for the mechanic or the automobile driver. WINCHESTER CHISEL Made from a solid piece of crucible steel from tip of blade through the socket Hickory handles, leather capped. A$sortmenl of patterns and blade widihs. OTHER WINCHESTER TOOLS OF EXCEPTIONAL SERYICE Nail Hammers, Wrenches, Auger Bits, Saws, Plier, Files. A. &. B. Schuster Company The Winchester Store Mr. Pincetl manager of Babbitt Bros, in iolbrook and Winslow, was a Sunday visitor here. Mrs. T.W. Rogers whose come is near Concho return ed this week from a trip to Texas. V.W. Shields, a Denver Attorney, came down to at tend court this week. Herndon J. Norris of Pres cott was in town Monday. See the very latest in Oil Cook Stoves at Wetzlers. Adv. We understand that Don ald Riggs is working near Mayer Arizona. He is doing well and we wish him good luck. D. V. Marlev returned Friday from a trip to Phoe nix. Men's silk hose in drop siiun and assorted clocks. L. Cadwells. Adv. mr. iviargesson came in from Milky Wash late last week. rriday evening Mrs. C. H. Jordan, Mildred Rich ards, VelmaShumway, Mor ris and Paul Richards, motor ed down to St. Jo and took dinner with the J. W. Rich ards family. . Everything for the kitch en and house reasonably priced at Weizlers Adv. Chas. Savage and Geo. Woolford, both of Showlow, were m our city Monday, com or tne gentlemen are in the mercantile business in thaplace . Mr. Udall, state repre sentative from Apache Co, was in town late last week M ayor Hannet of Gallup was in our city Saturday. Everything for the kitch en and -nouse reasonamy priced at Wetzlers. Adv. Mrs. Mona P. Heaton of St Johns came through our city Monday on her way to Snowflake where the Opera of Robin Hood was stag ed Monday night. We un derstand that this opera will also be given in Flagstaff for two nights. Chas. Chadwick of Albu querque is in Holbrook look ing over the wool that has akeady started to come in. Men's Dress shoes a t L. Cadwells. Adv. T. M. Evans returned to. Holbrook this past week but went on to Phoenix on Jb ri- day. Tanlac relieves rheuma tism by removing the cause. Holbrook Drug Co. Adv. A.H. Favour of Prescott was in our city this week. "This Tanlac is really the first medicine I have ever taken that does what they say it will do," said J. F. folly, Lexington, Ky. Hol brook Drug Co. Adv. Mr. Jordan who was call ed to Winslow Sunday even ing on legal business, return ed home Monday morning. See the very latest in Oil Cook Stoves at Wetzlers. Adv.. Mr. W. H. Gibbons, for many years wheel horse for the Democratic party in Apache Co. was in Holbrook Tuesday. He was just re-. turning from a trip to Phoe nix where he had been - giv ing the legislature the once over,. Mr. Gibbons was County Supervisor for many years in Apache Co. and al so held a chair in the legis lature. He was returning to his home in St. Johns. Men's suits latest styles and patterns $22.50 at L. Cadwells. Adv. Mr. Creswell of Winslow came up to the county sea Monday. WILL HUNT COPPER Mr. Dolph Thompson, min ing engineer, accompanied by Mac Parker, arrived- in Holbrook late last week, preparatory to a trip over the Navajo country in search of good copper prospects. Mr. Thompson was in our city some years ago, when his brother operated a large truck out of here. SBEKEEflBBS3flEBBIflB!BflBBEBBBBBBBBEEBEEgEBEEESS3BSEB DEATH CALLS IN TAYLOR On Monday the death an gel called in the quiet little town of Taylorand summon ed a beloved wife and moth er from the daily round of her devoted life. Mrs. B. L. Gibbons, who before her marriage was Pearl Peter son, was the one to whom the inexorable call came. She had been a sufferer from heart trouble for some time, and this was thought to have been the cause of her death. She leaves a husband and three children to mourn her loss. Safety, Honesty, Courtesy and Service s ARE THE WATCH WORDS OF THIS INSTITUTION Safety-for your Money and Valuables Honesty--in the Conduct of Bank Affairs. Courtesy-to All Depositors Alike. Service-which Safeguards the Best Interests of Our Customers. Do Your Banking by Mail or in Ferson. i m a i H m n i MEET OLD FRIENDS Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Jor dan were pleasantly sur prised one day this week to recognize among the number of auto tourists that are beginning to pass through town, a couple of neighbors from the old home town of KBBBSlSlSSEESSEBESXgEBIESBBdiSESaaSEESESSSSEeESSeSEEeEftt CITY COUNCIL MEETS At the two meetings of the Town Council last week a great deal of routine busi ness, payment of outstand ing bills etc. , was transacted. A new nre ordinance was passed covering the ground one halt djock in width a long Porter St. to the Court House on both sides of the Turon, Kansas. They were street, with the exception Mr. Dan Brown and children if a parcel of land around and Mr. Ross Brown his and including the site of the brother, hoth of whom liv-pd old 1'ord Garage. near Turon which was the 1 Nothing definite was done former home of Mr. and about a "municipal camp Mrs. Jordan. The travelers ground. A tentative plan are enroute to Utah. relative to the use of ground under the rim of the mesa, near the cemetery is under consideration. ! The matter of garbage Mr. and Mrs. ay and Mr. disposal was left until the McCloskeyretured from their next meeting which is ex northern auto trip early this pected to be held at an early week. While absent they date. RETURN FROM TRIP visited Aztec N. M., Cordez Colo, and various other points. Saw lots of gas and some oil EDUCATOR RETURNS Prof. Brannigan returned Mr. Mninskpv whn wpnt last week from the Educat out to the Black Canyon Well ional Meeting held in Tuc- "I ,rrir Mniirif TMA caC!Cl ATI immediately on nis return, oult- tells us that the trip was a very encouraging one. o THEYCAN'T STAY AWAY We have said more than once that "they all come back", and here is proof of it. Mr. I. R. Cole who will be remembered by many as the Cashier of the Holbrook State Bank several years ago arrived in town early this week. We were de lighted to see him, and he tells us that he will remain for about a week. Mr. Cole is representing the Chicago Wool Co. During the session, M I 1 1 1 we are lniormea tnat ne read a very creditable paper entitled "Economy in School Management." o TO BUY HOME HERE Mr. Moritz of the Merchant and Stock Grower's Bank with his family will make their future home in the L. M. Raynolds house in the west part of town. We understand that it has al ready been rented and that ne gotiations for the purchase of the residence are under way. o Ed Howell of Navajo was in town Saturday. KOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be rece ived by the Navajo County Highway Commission unlil II A.M. May 1st, 1922, for the following work on the Winslow Reservation road, located 7 to 9 miles north of Winslow. The work consists of the following:- 7500 cu, yds. common borrow. 2000 cu. yd. gravel surfacing. 525 ft. lumber for culvert. Specifications may bs obtained from W.J. Hookway, Secretary. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check for-5 per cent of the total amount bid. Proposals shall be addressed to W. J. Hookway, Secretary, and plainly marked on the out side of envelope. "Proposal?, Spo.E, project 6". Tbe Com mission reserves the right to reject any or all bids. W..J. Hookway, Secretary, Highway commission. F April 21 L. May 5 NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notice it hereby given that on Sat urday, May 20th at 4 P.M.. 1922. at the School House in Woodruff, Ariz ona, a special meeting 1 of the stock holders of the Woodruff Irrigation will be held for the purpose of confirming a sale and transfer of its property- to the Woodruff Irrigation District; and for such other purposes as may come before the meeting at the date afore said. James Brinkerhoff President Attest, R. L. Ison Secretary ADAMANAVISITOR Geo. Jensen of Adamana paid the News a visit last Tuesday. Said he had to wait a half dozen hours for the local before he could get down to Holbrook, but it really didn't seem to have ruffled his disposition as it would have ours, tie tens us that things look good up near the home town. While There's Life There's SOAP There's soaps and soaps, BUT, the P & G White Naptha soap is a COMPLETE soap for all household purposes. We have MNif fims mmj satisfied customers who use only the P & G White Naptlga soap, and for their benefit we are going to offer it, (for a limited time only) at the ridiculous price of $6.00 per box of 100 cakes. If you are not a customer, we're going fo make you one by offering 16 cakes for $1.00; your money returned if it don't come up to your requirements; that's a safe bet, for we feel that your next order will be for a who'e box of this LABOR SAVING SOAP. THEN THINK of your saving, you pay 25c for three cakes of the soap, which would cost you $8.33h for 100 cakes while at our price it costs you only $6.00, and gives you a saving of $2.33h; in buying this way, you not only save pennies, but GREAT BIG AMERICAN DOLLARS. Now wouldn't that "soap" you! - We're going fo limit this sale to two weeks in order to give everybody a chance to "get in" on this sale, hence send your orders early and get your share while the supply lasts. Yours for more P & G "Suds." The Holbrook Traders "The Big Little Store"