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trite hoibkhuh. news, hulbkuuh. akizuna. ApRlL 28. 1922
"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 cf the day. For the skilled mechanic or the "handy man" Winchester tools are made to save bis time and temper. WINCHESTER NAIL HAMMER Forged from tmahu steel Perfect hang and balance. Claws will g'ip and pull a headless nail Patented "interlocking" wedge prevents head working loose. WINCHESTER SCREW DRIVER Blades of one piece of chrome steel. Held firmly in handles by special "lug and notch" coslruction. Made to stand up under hardest use. WINCHESTER SLIP JOINT ?lm-Accurately filing joints, in position t give greatest leverage. Sh irply milled teeth that grip and hold. SeJeral sizes and patterns for the mechanic or the automobile driver. ' WINCHESTER CHISEL Ma de from a solid piece of crucible steel from tip of blade through the socket. Hickory handles, leather capped. Assortment of patterns and blade widths. OTHER WINCHESTER TOOLS OF EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE Nail Hummeri, Tenches, Auger Bits, S21V3, Plier. Files. A. &. B. Schuster Company The Winchester Store Have just received a nice lot of Greeley Colorado Seed Potatoes which we offer at $2.50 per hundred as long as they last. LATEST FAD OF YOUNG ER SOCIAL SET A gay party of young people drove out to the Painted Desert early Sun day morning They cooked and ate their breakfast in this romantic spot. After their exploration they drove to Adamana, and later in the day returned to Hol brook. Those who made up this I enjoyable motor party were; I Misses Schafer, Manley, Loa and Allie Cross, together i with Mr. Roy Cross and Dr. Kheback. LITTLE BIRD TELLS A BIG LIVE STOCK DEAL With all the pomp and circumstance of majestic law consequent upon such affairs a large live stock deal was consummated at the Court house steps early this week. It was on Tuesday morn ing that two enterprising Holbrook men bid in the two Eatient brown burros that ad been arrested by our genial .town marshal for trespassing on the city streets. Each member of the "genus brayibus bur rorum" brought the muinfi cent sum of $1.00, and other valuable considerations! Mr. Will Woosterand Mr. Tanner were the successful bidders. We understand that Mr. Tanner has already been offered some velvet on his deal, Mr. Farr proffer ing him a Chiutaqaa ticket worth $2.50 for the critter if delivered at his office in the Court House. The editor intended to put in a bid bat got there too late. The price was a little stiff too, so guess it was lucky we were delayed. DRIVES TO PINTO Mrs. Lloyd Henning with her two children autoed over to Pinto on Saturday, re turning home Sunday. She brought Mrs. Henning Sr. down with her, who will be a guest here during- Chaut auqua week. TUBA CITVVISITORS Mr. Sharp, government superintendent at Tuba City was in Holbrook on Mon day, coming down in a car to attend some court case in which some of his Indians were implicated. He was accompanied by his wife and they both paid a wel come visit'to the News and brought us greetings from our mutual friends the Hailmans who will be re membered by many Hol brook people. Mr. and Mrs. Shaip returned to Flagstaff tne same day. NOTICE To Whom It Miy Concern: This is to certify that all oi the N. W. i of the N. E. i of th N. E. of Sectio.i One (I) is th property of the H. H. Score Es tate and that th public is here by forbidden to go upon tha' part of section one (I) to hau away gravel or any other part ot said section one (1) townshii seventeen (17). N)rth of 11 w (20) E'ist. and anv and every body going up m said premise ilt be treated as trespasser and will be requested to responr in damages. H. II. Scorse Estate By Sidney Sapp. Attorne F 21 L 28. We are creditably inform ed, by a little bird of course, that we are shortly to loe one of our most charming young ladies. Miss Allie Cross will leave 'or Hollvwood. California. Saturday evening and on Sunday will be married to Mr. A. K. FoJger of that ty. Allie will be missed by a arffe circle of friends and the eToom. who is also well and favorably known to a large number of iolbrook people, is to be congratulat ed on his good fortune. ADAMANA TO WINSLOW Sunday wassuchadelight- ul day that it tempted many people into the great-out-of- doors.-' But it must have had an especially , strong effect on one young couple from Holbrook since it drove them o speed from our city to the noisy burg of Adamana and rom there to the confines of the Harvey House in Win- slow in search of suitenance. he young people in ques- lon were Miss Millie L.ee and Mr. Kordina. LEAVES FOR THE EAST Mrs.S. Earl Taylor left Wednesday for New York and other eastern points. She will make an extended visit among former friends. Mr. W. W. Franklin and Atty. C. II. Jordan drove to Winslow Monday afternoon. Mrs. Cameron and little daughter reached here Sat urday. fi NOW THE GREATEST ACIOMOBILE VALUE IN AMERICA Today's Overland: 25 miles to the gallon ; til-steel hodyt baked enamel finish; 130-inch spring hast THE kind of people who own an Overland re quire more than mere trans portation. They require comfortable riding. They require a good-looking car. They require lasting economy. tab. Toledo TOURING . $550 ROADSTER 550 COUPE . . 850 SEDAN . . 89J 4b FRANM-9VRLND CO. POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK IS OBSERVED The show which spent two nights in Holbrook this past week provided some amuse ment that wasn't on the re gular bill. It also gave us some side lights on the character of one of our friends. From it all we have evolved this truth; "You can't bluff our genial Town Marshal even if he does go armed mainly with a smile." But fie on him! Should he have kissed the boof ul lady's hand? We know she was pretty and young too! But still, Oh Daddy Mac! Naugh ty! Naughty! Besides it made Mr. Axline jealous. YOUNG LADY FROM CHAMBERS VISITS HOLBROOK FRIENDS s Miss Dolly McCarrll of Chambers is in Holbrook this week. She is the house guest of Miss Mae Ellis and Leola Hennessey, spending i part of her time with each of her friends. She, will take advantage of her stay here to enjoy the pleasant entertainment provided by the Chautauqua course in session during the week. NOSE WONDERFUL CALIFORNIA HERBS CURED HER AND THE NEIGHBORS OF RHEUMATISM Minburn, lowa, May 6th, 1920. Rheumatism Herb Co., Ocean Park, Cal. Gentlemen: My mother is suffering Jreadfully with rheumatism We have tried doctors, all sorts of patent medi cines and liniments, but no relief, and my sister-in-law (Mrs. 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 BORS. 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. testifying to the wondrful result cf these Herbs. Men and woman agents are building up a good business selling them. Agents wsnted everywhere.. Price $1 pound postpaid. RHEUMATISM HERB COMPANY, Advt. Ocean Park, California. IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN WORSE We are of the opinion that i Mrs. Osbornes prohibition ideas must have gotten out of whack somehow last Sun day. It really doesn't seem as if she would have driven to Winslow twice in the same day if everything was O.K. But it might have been worse! She might have gone to Gallup. BASEBALL AND MORE BASEBALL - The Town team and the Holbrook Browns held a practise game on the home diamond last Sunday. Dust flew, bats cracked and wind ed players puffed and pant ed, as they always do at the beginning of the baseball season. When the smokeof battle cleared away the score was found to be 13--3 in favor of the town. But we don't care, they're all good clean sports, and when either team goes up against the "out landers" its us for'em! E-V-E-R-Y.T-I-M-E! You tell'em dictionary. You've got the words! HOLBROOK NEWS NOTES Mrs.R. C. Smith was down from Snowflake Monday visiting with her daughter Mrs. Glenn Heward. Chas. Reidhead was seen on our streets early this week. He tells us that he has been under the doctor's care for a couple of months down in the southern part of the state, but at present feels much better than he has for some little time. Miss Pauline Woods came up to Holbrook Monday to work in Mr. C. H. Jordan's law offices here. Mr. J. H. Sparks who ar rived this week from the east, went out via stage to Taylor where he will visit with his daughter Mrs. noic. We Handle 1 -I Only Genuine Indian Curios I Brilliant Navajo Blankets Artistic Pueblo Pottery Curious Plaques and tightly woven Baskets Kachina Dolls and Gay Gourd Medicine Rattles I I -I I n ' All Straight from the Land of Mysterious Imagin- S ings, the Navajo Plains and Cliff Dwellings of the K I Eerie Hopi Snake Priests. 1 L. B PUTNEY MERC. CO. I Holbrook - Arizona May 1 Sees Inaugurated First General Campaign of Kind in Service. Without the Postal Service, business would languish In a day, and lie at a standstill in n wetk. Public opinion would (lie of dry rt. Sectional hatred or prejudice only would flourish, anJ narrow-mindedness thrive. It Is the basest distinctive business In the world anil it conies nearer to the Innermost Interests of a greater dum ber of men anil wqmen than any other instil ul ion on earth. No private busi ness, however widespread, touches se i many lives so often or sharply; no! cnurcu rca iiim i many auis( flutters so many pulses, bus so many human beings dependent on Its min istrations. "Postal Improvement Week" has been set for May 1, by the Post master General. This is the first general cam paign of lis kind In the Postal Service for several decades. liusiness men and their organizations, large users of the mail, newspapers, nu.tion pictures, advertisers, and the entire organiza tion of :!.'fi,00t postal workers are to be enlisted in ibis eounlry-wide campaign of interest In postal Improvements. Your help is vital. Address your let ters plainly with pen or typewriter. Give street address. Spell out name of State, don't abbreviate. Put your return address In the upper left hand corner of envelope (not on the back) and always look at your letter before dropping in the mail to see if it is properly addressed. This care in the use of the mails is for your benefit and speeds up the dispatch and delivery of mail matter. If you have any complaints of poor service make them to your postmaster. He has instructions to investigate them and report to the department. THE UNIVERSAL CAR COURTESY It sticks in human relations like postage stamps on letters. The POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT ex pects it to be used by its postmasters and employees in dealing with the public. Help them in its use beginning with POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WKKK, May 1-0, 19"J. THANK YOU We are pleased to announce a reduc tion of $20.00 in freight on Ford cars and trucks which is made pos sible by the pre sent efficient meth ods of distribution. Prices F.O.B. Hol brook all reduced accordingly. JENNINGS AUTO CO. Holbrook, Arizona fl ' It ynl I1I1I..WIJIH ma m II l OONT FORC-tT , fr!e&i!Tr&i!f- I tl ft If1 & It Costs Very Little to Make An Old House Look Better. COOLEY LUMBER COMPANY I BUSINESS LOCALS We will pay spot cash for Ford tourinsr car or roadster bodies in usable condition. JENNINGS AUTO CO. Lost Somewhere in- Hoi' brook, blue silk (taffeta) hand bag, embroidered in cut steel beads. Finder please return to The Hol brook News. Phone 24. PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN YOUNG SOLDIER VISITS FRIENDS Mr, James N. Finney, who came to Holbrook in 1917 with : Ed" Ellis, and who enlisted when War was declared with Germany, has just returned to Holbrook for a few days' visit with friends, he being a very close friend of the Ellises and Fergusons. "He has been in the army ever since leaving Holbrook, which has been about ' five years, and has just been honorably discharged and is enroute home to visit his parents in Texas. Later he expects to return to Hol brook and complete h i s homestead near town.". Nothing Is too Insignificant to es cape the Curious Guy. Nobody can Make a Move around this Town but what he Sees it and Wonders why. As a Collector of Worthless Informa tion he lifts no Rival, and Small Won der, for he does Guard Duty cm the Streets all Day Long. HOLBROOK NEWS NOTES The Commercial Cafe is being treated to a new coat of stain and paint, and looks considerably smartened up in its new spring outfit. Mr. C. H. Jordan left for Phoenix Friday evening, on a short trip. Mr. Gus Becker of Spring erville passed through Hol brook late last week on his way to Phoenix where he goes on road matters. NOTES OF SPRING The following poem by Mr. Bond of Alto, Arizona, touches the inner crux of Spring. It has a delicacy of conception ?nd a decided strength in the development its theme that we feel sure our readers will appreciate. "THE APPT BLOSSOMS The apple tree upon the slope is covered quite, With blossoms spreading incense on the air; The buds with swelling bodies, pink and fair; The sepals chaste, the petals pinkish white. Full many a bud will drop, in losing fight With worms! untimely frosts! with branches bare! With sultry summer suns! with windstorm's wear! While few mature, and fruit in perfect light!! So with mankind! who start with rosy skin, Sweet scented modesty, and conscience pure! But overborne by heritage of sin, Or seized by human ills, or evil's lure, But few their thorny way to greatness win, And leave illustrious names that will endure!!"