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PLANT BATIK ARTIST Holbrook, Ariz. BUILD A HOME AND BE HAPPY Chas Crumely CONTRACTOR 6 BUILDER Mr. Anderson of Babbitt Bros, left Monday morning for Keams Canyon. He told the editor that he dread ed the trip all by himself. But when he drove out of town we saw him, and he was not alone. We can vouch for that No indeed, he had a very much pleased and highly amiable passen ger riding in the front seat with him. The passenger even went so far as to voci ferously bark his entire ap proval of thejjourney. ' FOR SALE 15- Room hotel for sale, with lease reasonable for cash. Good location, Good business. A paying pro position. Address-Box 185 Winslow, Arizona. Telephone 232. SCHOOL PROM AN ARTISTIC TRIUMPH The Hi School Prom held in the school gym on last Friday evening was a charm ing affair. It was formally opened with a grand march during wnicn programs were given out, and then the dancing became general, ii was a well attended dance and all present had a de lightful time. The young girls of the ni School with their dainty pastel shaded dresses looked like a bevy of butterflies in a flower garden. The decorations of the hall wese especially worthy of note. The back ground of dark fcreen with the pend ant pink blossoms floating airily overhead combined to produce a beautiful spring time effect. The teachers and girls are to be congra tulated on their success in decorating. A PROCLAMATION On one day each year we turn aside from the ordinary activities of life to grate- uIJv recall the sacrifices of of those who died and those who suffered in order that hese United States might be and might endure, and to deck with springtimes airest flowers the spots where they lie sleeping. The day belongs to those who Jiave sacrificed their all for this country. On his day they live again, and we honor them with Nature's brightest blossoms. In, our solemn acknow edgement of the incalcul able debt we owe our hero dead let us also not forgot to alleviate the sufferings of the living. It has been most appropriately sug gested by. the various or ganizations of ex-service men that Memorial Day be marked by the general wearing of the Flanders Poppy, the inter-allied mem orial flower. These little symbols of remembrance of those who made the supreme sacrifice during the World War are made by the wo men and orphans of France, and the proceeds derived from their sale will be used not only for their assistance, but also to provide a relief fund to meet the distress occasioned by unemploy ment among our own ex service men. Now, Therefore, I, Er nest R. Hall, acting Gover nor of the state of Arizona, do urge a statewide obser- NOTICE TQ CONTRACTORS Sealed bids marked upon out side of envelope "State Hiah way Contract" addressed to Tbos. Maddock, State Engineer, care of Navajo County Highway Commission, Holbrook, Arizona, will be received May 24th. 1922. upon the Holbrook-Winslow Highway Federal Aid Project No. 40. The work consists of approxi mately 14.000 Cu. Yds. excava tion. 120,000 Cu, Yds. borrow, 42,000 Cu. Yds. surfacing. 1,- 200 Cu. Yds. concrete and other incidental items. The work will be divided into four schedules of approximately eight miles each. Bids upon Schedule No. 1 will be opened at 10:00 a. m No. 2 at 12 s. m.. No. 3 at 2 p. nr., and No. 4 at 4 p. m. All bids shall be accompanied by an unendorsed, certihed or cashier's check for 5 per cent of the gros amount of the bid pay able to the State Treasurer of Arizona. ine Mate engineer reserves the right to reject any or ail bids Copies of the plans and spec: ncations may be seen at the of fice of the State Engineer: or at the office of the County Highway commission, Holbrook, Arizona. or may be obtained upon pay ment of Five ($5.00) Dollars to Thos. Maddock, State Engineer. satisfactory bonds will be re quired of the contractor to whom the award is made. AH proposals thai) be made on blanks furnished for that pur pose. Thos. Maddock. State Engineer, Pheenix, Arizona. May 6th, 1922. F May 12 L 19. DANCING PARTY FOR HI GRADUATES Miss Mildred Richards, as sisted by Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jordan, entertained with a dancing party in honor of the graduating class of the Holbrook Hi bchool. The affair was given at the Jordan home on Satur day evening. Miss Rae Thomas helped in receiving the guests and in making the evening a success. Var ious favor and prize dances diversified the evening's en tertainment. The decora tions were of gold and purple, the class colors. At eleven thirty lunch was served to the jolly party and a little after midnight the sruests left assuring Miss Richards that they had spent a most enjoyable evening. SUNDAY TRIP TO - WOODRUFF DAM Sunday was such a de lightful day that many Hoi brook people took advant age of it for an outing. A congenial party motored up to Woodruff dam and after the usual exploring spread a substantial picnic lunch to which they all did full just ice. - In the party were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, "Miss Hueston, Miss Cordes, Mr. Foster, and Mr. Toelle. It is still a little cold for swim ming, but we heard that "Dessie" had the courage of her convictions and took a dip anyway. Leave it to the women every time! vance, by fitting ceremonies, of Tuesday. May 30th 1922, designated by our laws as Memorial Day, and do es pecially call upon all ex service men to take part in the memorial services and the decoration of the graves of our fallen comrades, in the realization that simul taneous! v the graves of those who sleep in foreign soil are being covered with the fairest flowers of France. And I do further recommend that in connection with the observance of Memorial Day, the emblem of the silk poppy be generally worn. In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of Arizona to be affixed. Done at Phoe nix, the Capital, this 12th day of May, 1922. Ernest R. Hall Acting Governor. (Great Seal) Attest: John M:K. Redmond Ass't. Sec'y. of State Poultry netting cut any lensrth. Cooley Lumber Co. Adv. SEALED AIR TIGHT in s is pac air-tight in the pat ented new con tainer. It is always fresh. Chew fresh to bacco. Try Penn's next time. Clean fresh sweet. "Pnn', U m lasting chf" :kea 1 i HolbrookNews, Holbrook, Arizona, my NOW IHL UKEATLST AUIOMoLII.E VAI.LE IN AMERICA Today's OvtrbixJ: 25 miles lJy; kabeJ mantel ,imUM; YOU ride in the Over , land, not on it-at twenty five miles per gallon or more. A fine, well-built family friend. It is an achievement .in comfort. 1 0. b. Toledo TOURING . . $ KOADSTLK . 0 COUPE .... tM SEDAN .... FRANKLIN-OVERLAND CO. Holbrook GOES TOJEEDLES Miss Sue Thomas left last Saturday night for Needles where she will work in an automobile salesroom. She will be able to be with her sister Miss Anne Thomas who has a position in the same town. They will es tablish a home there and expect to be joined by their brothers in the near tuture, and the young men will at tend school in Needles. Miss Sue has many warm friends in Holbrook who will miss her greatly, and who wish her all the very best things in the world in her new position.. PROMINENT 0.E.S WO MAN HERE NEXT THURSDAY The local chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will entertain the Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs. Wingar on next Tuesday evening. Mrs. Wingar is on her offi cial inspection tour of all the chapters in the northern jart v of the state. Her lome is in Phoenix. A arge attendance at the meeting is expected. Mrs. Llovd Henning left Thursdav on train No. 4 for Chicaero. While there she is to visit with members of the Henning family, and af ter a stav in the Windy City, she will eo on to visit with her own relatives in Ohio. ft l 19, 1922 t the J.'m; all steel ISO-indk sprimz and Winslow BACCALAUREATE SER MON VERY IMPRESSIVE There is always some thing touching about the confidence with which youth steps out into the world to face the battles of adult life. This is what makes the "grabuating address", as it might be called s o much more impressive. The Rev. Speck delivered a verv fine sermon to the voung people of the Hoi brook Hi graduating class on last Sunday night. It was replete with sound en couragement and good ad vice. There was a large an attentive audience present, Geo. Woolford of Show low was in town last week Ed. Moody who h a i charge of the mill at Shum wav was a Holbrook visitor this week. Fred Colter was down from Eager on business las Saturday. . There is not a single por tion of the body that is no benefited by the helpfu action of Tanlac. Holbrook Drue Co. Adv, Mr. Newman drove ou to his ranch Tuesday and returned the next day The next day he returned again to the ranch accomp anied by Mrs. Newman They will spend the sum merup among the pines Mrs. Burr Porter of Nav ajo came down last Satur dav to be present at the week of school festivities One of Lakeside's pro gressive merchants, Mr. W E. Hall, was in the county seat doing business a couple of davs this past week. You get your money worth when you buy Tanlac because it produces results Holbrook Drug Co. Adv, Tuesday evening Mrs Elsie Gav and Mrs. Guy Franklin left for Los Ange les. Mrs. Gay intends to open a dress making shop in the Coast city, and those who have reason, to know feel sure that she will make a success of the enterprise. Mr. A. Stelzer of St. Johns was in town Monday. Judge and Mrs. D. J. Thomas, together with Miss Rachel, Royal, and Bill Woods motored up to Woodruff Sunday. The Woodruff dam is getting to be a regular Sunday picnic site. Holbrook News r Notes ALLED TO THE COAST Mrs. Cooper was called to the Coast during the latter part of the week by the.in telligenceof the serious con dition of both her husband and her mother. Mr. Coop- is in a hospital in Los Ange- es, and her mother resides in Clovis. Mrs. Cooper will make a short stop in the city before going to the bedside of her mother. Mr. Cooper has been in the hospital for some time, and has not been well for over two years. LITTLE GIRL RETURNS FROM THE COAST Little Evelyn Lerch, who has been on the Coast for the past winter returned to her home in Holbrook late ast week. She has been visiting with her grandmoth er in lnglewood, and attend ing school in that city. She is only seven aad a half years old but she has made an enviable record for such a young scholar, as she pass ed tnrougn two grades in he one year. The Lerches eft for Douglas during the early part of the week. Mr. bmith has been sent to take over the management of the Standard Oil business in this locality. x He plans to oc cupy the same house which has been rented by Mr. Lerch. We are sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. Lerch, but must rejoice with them in their promotion. NEED TRAFFIC COPS IN PETRIFIEDFOREST At least there was an auto accident in the Forest last Sunday. We have not heard the xact particulars of the affair, but were told that a Ford and a Buick collided. The Ford was wrecked, you say, not s bit of it. Lizzie came up smil ing, but the Buick suffered rsenous injuries. , ion never can bet on the outcome of a fight judging entirely by the size of the combatants. Mr. H.T. Clark who was driving from Balington Wash, to Des Moines Iowa was backing the Buick to win, and a man who was enroute from Oklahoma to California. ' chauffed the Ford into the ring. Mr. H T. Clark stands to lose a couple of hundred iron men before his champion is in the ring again. It will take at least that much to get the Buick .in condition. The Ford was only slightly damaged There were two people who had ringside seats in the Ford for the tangle and three in the Buick. Mr. Clark is stay ing in Holbrook, awaiting repairs for his car, when he will resume his journey. Cliff Frost was a ifol brook visitor Monday. Notice to Contractors .Sealed bids marked upon out side of envelope "State Highway Contract, Winalow Paving, ad dressed to Thos. Maddock, State Engineer, Phoenix, Arizona, will be received until 10 a. m. June ICth, 1922. The work consists of approxi mately 10,000 Sq. Yds. of plain concrete or asphaltic concrete navement. 70 Cu. Yds. Class "A" Concrete and other- inci dental items. AH bids shall be accompanied bv an unendorsed, certified or cashier's check for 5 per cent of the gross amount of the bid pay able to the State Treasurer of Arizona. The State Engineer reserve the riht to reject any or all bids. Copies of the plans and speci fications may be seen at the of fice of or obtained upon pay ment of Five (5.00) Dollars to Thu. Maddock. State Engineer. Satisfactory bonds will be re quired of the contractor to whom the award is made- ' All proposals shall be made on blanks furnished for that pur pose. Thos. Maddock. State Engineer. Phoenix. Arizona, May 12tb, 1922. F May 19 L June 2. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Say It With Insurance and Take the Wony Out of Life. See our New $10,000 Policy. If you die. it pays $10,000. If you are accidently killed, it pays $20,000. If you be come totally disabled, it pays $1UU.UU per month. Larger or smaller policies in proportion. Better be Safe than Sorry. For further information telephone, call or write . W. B. WOODS, Dist. Agent Holbrook, Ariz. Phone 5. Holbrook News Notes Mrs. Cousins came, back from Los Angeles this week. She has spent about three months on tjie Coast. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Axline drove up to Concho. Mr. Axline expressed a de termination to see all of this section of the country that was possible this sum mer, as he thought that it had many scenic beauties. We think so too. Supt. Chas. L. Davis, of the Fort Aoache Indian Reservation was in town Sunday. He was on his way to New Mexico, where he had been called to test ify on some Dept. of Justice matters which occured over eight years ago. The mills of the law grind slowly sometimes. LEAVES ON EASTERN TRIPJOON Mrs. D. W. Easlev will leave for a visit in Breck- enridge, Minn, about the 25th of May. She will be gone at least six weeks. Judge Easley says that he is going to - -muzzle .the press" while she is gone. o ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ES TATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE In the Superior Court, State of Arizona, in and' for Navajo County. In the Matter of the Estate of Tom K. Seeder, Deceased. It Appearing to This Court. By the petition this day presented and tiled by Wm. H. Dagtr Ad ministrator of the Estate of Tom K. Seeger deceased, that it is necessary to sell the whole or some portion of the real estate of said decedent to pay the debts of decedent and the expecsea cf and charges of administration. It is There fore Ordered by This Court: That all persons inter ested in the estate of paid de ceased appear befi re the t vd Superior Court on Saturday, the 3rd day of June A. D. 1922, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M.. of said dav, at the court rorm of said Court, at the Court Hcis in the city of Holbrook. Nf oajo County. Stateof Arizona, to show cause why an order should not be granted to said Wm. H. Dag? to sell so much of the said real estate as shall be necessary and that a copy of this order be pub lished four successive weeks in the Holbrook News a newspaper printed and published in theFfaid County of Navajo. Dated May 4th 1922. J. E. Crosby Judge. F Afav 12 L June 2. THOSE WONDERFUL CALIFORNIA HERBS CURED HER AND THE NEIGHBORS OF RHEUMATISM Miobarn, Iowi, MivGth, 1921. Rheumatism Herb Co., Ocean Park. CL Gentlemen: My mother is suffering: dreadfully with rheumatism We hav tried doctors, all sorts of patent medi cines and liniments, but no relief, and my sister-in-law (Mrs. W. F. Antle of Morwalk, Iowa) wrote me and toid me to get a pound of your Herbs, for she knew it would do wonders for my mother. SHE SAID IT CURED IIEU AND SEVERL Oh HER NEIGH BORS. Please send it as quickly as possible. Very Respectfully, lira. E. li. Jones. Send for free booklet of letters from people all over the U. S. testifying to the wonderful result cf these Herbs. 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