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HoLBftooK News, Holbrook, Arizona, August 4, 1922
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No new car ever leaped to such
immediate popularity before.
There are several reasons.
"Ask W.W.Franklin,
He Knows"
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Clerk, Superior Court
Denncratic Nomination, Primaries Sept 12, 1922
Solicits your Support on record of efficient ser
vice same office.
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Pyramid Grocery
Unexcelled for Service
We will solicit orders
We will deliver goods promptly
Give us a trial
We carry the BEST the market offers
GROCERIES
FRESH FRUITS
ARTHUR SCHUSTER, PROP.
VEGETABLES
YOUNG FISHERMAN
, MEETS WITH SUCCESS
rRoy Woods is in Springer
yille this week having gone
up to the mountains for a
few days recreation and fish
ing. He made the. trip south
with Mr. Gus. Becker and at
S resent is in the vicinity, of
Irtsr. Hoy caught some
very good sized trout and
sent some down home as
samples. The editor sam
pled several over at the
Woods home on Friday even
ing and is willing to asset t
that the one Roy caught is
th biggest one she has seen
this year.
iu conversation wuii ui
ficers of the Adamana Oil &
Land Company, it was stat
ed that the notice published
l the News and Tribune,
i ? questing visitors to keep
j" ay from the Adamana
well was intended as a pro
tection for the public and
not for the purpose of with-
uiuiug tM iiuuiuiaviuu AlUlil
-the stockholders of the Ada
mana or Consolidated com
panies. Inflamable gas is
always a considerable dang
er and. this, coupled with
other matters make it very
unsaftrf or visitors at this
time.. , Permission to visit
the well will be given by the
Consolidated or Adamana to
anyone having special busi-Jiess.
IF NOT -WHY NOT?
Atty. C. B. Wilson of
Flagstaff was in Holbrook
Tuesday on legal business.
He says that the story the
Coconino Sun tells about the
bottomless pit found under
the foundations of his new
house is absolutely true with
the exception of the horses
supposed to have fallen in
and the bales of hay provid
ed for their sustenance.
But we feel this way, if
we believe part of the story
we might as well go right
on and believe it all. We'll
take Del Strong's version.
It sounds so much more ro
mantic. We'll not bother
to strain out the gnat and
we'll swallow the camel
whole.
Exchange your old muti
lated and dirty currency
for our new bills just re
ceived from the Treasury
Department of the United
States. It is NATIONAL
CURRENCY.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Holbrook Adv.
The "NEWS" A Home Paper
For Oaly $3 A Year
Loral Owens was down
from Snowflake this week.
Last week Sheriff New
man was out on the Navajo
Res. in company with some
other county officials round
ing up those Navajoes who
should pay taxes. The In
dians all listened to reason
and will come up to the mark
with the necessary funds.
Last year more trouble was
experienced as it was a new
thing to the Indians and
they did not fully under
stand the "why and where
fore" of the matter. But
educating them makes plain
sailing.
LOAD OF FRAGRANT FIR
REACHES J0LBR00K
The Cooley Lumber Co.
received two carloads of
Oregon fir this week. The
shipment came direct from
the northern states and was
redolent of the balsamic
woods. It fairly made us
hungry for the tang of those
deep dark forests. There is
certainly no wood of which
we know that has a more
beautiful grain than does
the fir. It surely must be
an evidence of business con
ditions improving that the
company imports such a
large amount of this fine
lumber.
Mr. and Mrs. Santa Jaq
ues came in from their
Lakeside ranch on Thurs
day of this week.
Holbrook News Notes
Pat Slaughter was in
from Springerville during
the early part of the week.
Phil Grayard, who is at
present employed by Bab
bitt Bros, in Winslow-pass
ed through Holbrook Sat
urday enroute to the mountains.
Wait for the Mill End
Sale, beginning Monday,
August 7th at the Holbrook
Traders.
"The Big Little Store"
Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherar were
in Holbrook .Tuesday, hav
ing come down from Houck
to have some work done on
their car.
Mrs. Henry Despain was
in town about the middle of
the week from her home
near Dry Lakes. She vis
ited with the Lynn Despains.
New Royal Society Pack
gacs, patterns and embroi
dery thread. Japanese
toweling at the Novelty
Shop. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hluet
Hulet were among the num
ber who. motored to Wins
low Sunday. .They are sure
enough baseball fans and
don't miss any games when
they can avoid it.
Wallace Larson came
down to Holbrook this week
from his home up among
the pines at Lakeside.
Our institution is under
the constant supervision of
the United State's Govern
ment. Put, your deposits
Mrs. Ray Tanner and lit
tle daughter of Snowflake
are paying Mr. Tanner a
visit in Holbrook this week.
Lewis of Tay
Holbrook this
Mr. John
lor wa3 in
week.
Wait for the Mill End
Sale, beginning Monday,
August 7th at The Holbrook
Traders.
"The Big Little Store"
Adv.
Miss Pauley, stenographer
for a brokerage firm in Phoe
nix, is visiting in Holbrook
with her cousin Miss Sue
Thomas. At one time Miss
Pauley was a resident in
Holbrook. Her parents are
now living in Mesa.
Atty. C.H. Jordan was in
Flagstaff last week on legal
business returning Friday
evening.
New Royal Society Pack
ages, patterns and embroi
dery 'thread. Japanese
toweling at the Novelty
Shop.; Adv.
Among those who attend
ed the Republican Conven
tion in Holbrook this week
were, Mr. Bob Walton,
Winslow, Clarence Owens,
Samuel E. Smith, Snowflake,
John Pearce and Mr. Willis
of Taylor, Mr. Woolford of
Showlow, Mr. Ezra Richards
of St. Joe
We have for distribution
a little booklet entitled
"Better Banking under
the Federal Reserve Svs-
tern". ' Come in and get
one or request it by mail
and learn what has been
Dresses, Rompers
and Aprons for
Children
Beautiful indeed are
the play aprons dresses
and rompers ycu can
choose for the young
sters from the new fall
assortment of
Bucilla Package Outfits
Which we have just received. These you understand
are ready-made and require only a few simple touch
es to complete the embroidery. The envelope con
tains all the necessary materials.
H. H. Scorse Store
Holbrook
Arizona
both saving and commer-t done for the people by the
cial in a NATIONAL BANK
conveniently1 located. "
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Holbrook Ady.
Wait for the Mill End
Sale, beginning Monday,
August 7th at The Holbrook
Traders.
"The Big Little Store"
.. ,.' Ady.
Richard Schuster return
ed early this week from a
trip to his home in Los. An
geles. He tells us that a
little later he expects one
of his
here.
sister, to visit him
t
Mr. L.M., Carpenter of
the Holbrook Traders spent
the week end in the White
Mts. He says that it sim
ply makes a new man of
him to get up in the cool
ness and sit around at the
other end of the line wait
ing for the .wary trout to
bite.
A POLICY With The
NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Means all that is Safe, Sound
and Reliable in Modern
Life Underwriting.
Is protecting the Lives
and Estates of more Ariz
ona People than any other
Company. -
W. B.' WOODS,
Dist. Agent
Holbrook, Ariz.
Phone 5.
Federal Reserve Banks
We are a Member of the
System,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Holbrook Adv.
NEW REES CAFE B
Excellent Meals
Courteous Service
CLEAN and COOL
Variety in Food
Reasonable in Price
PAY US A. VISIT
" "We Strive to Please"
In the Scorse Building on Porter Street
. Mrs. L. Cad well .with
Helen Clare and Junior left
Wednesday morning for
Flagstaff where they will
spend a month, returning
in time for the school ses
sion here.
Mrs. Rhoten of Shumway
came down to the county
seat on Saturday, returning
home Sunday. During her
stay here she was the guest
of Judge and Mrs. D. W.
Easley at their home in the
west part of town.
Dresses Sacrificed
REGARDLESS OF COST
1 blue canion crepe dress heavily braided,
' size 42 - $20.00
1 black taffeta dres3 piped in color, size 40 $22.50 .
i 1 suit Poiret twill, blue, braided, size 36 $35.00
1 suit black velcord, size 38 - - - $25.00
I i coat brown polo cloth, size 18 - - $12.50
Waists asd Middy Blouses at at COST. Hat prices slashed.
These are only a few examples of the extremely low
prices you will find at the
Closing Out Sale
Now on at
THE STYLE S
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MRS. L. D. SMYTH, PROP,
THE HOLBROOK NEWS
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
WILL FURNISH ANYTHING YOU WANT
IN THE LINE OF
CANDIDATE CARDS
Lor
POSTERS
We can furnish you with Copper Half Tones from photographs
DanceUnique '49er--Dance
Friday, August 11
Held in Navajo Garage
Old Wide-open Days Return
Games of Chance
Carnival Stunts
Side Show
Holbrook's Biggest Dance
Box Supper
Come On Boys Lets Go
Benefit of Holbrook's Ball Team

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