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Holbrook News, Holbrook, Arizona, Oct. 13, 1922
hTiholbrook news Published Every Friday By The Holbrook News Company Claire H. Jordan, Editor ntrea at the postoffice at Holbrook. May 14. 1909. as second-class matter. Subscription Bates One year $3.00. kiz months $1.50, three months $1. No subscription less than 3 months. OCB STANDARD Ripht. Truth. Justice in all our dealings with the public; political, social and industrial; a sense of responsibility to our constituen cy and our loyalty to the interests of Holbrook and Navajo county. Democratic Ticket For U: S. Senator For Representative in Congress For Judge3 of Supreme Court For Governor For Secretary of State For State Auditor For State Treasurer For Attorney General For State Sup. of Public Inst. . For Corp. Com. For State Mine Inspector For State Tax Com. For Sup. (2nd Dist.) For Judge of Sup. Court For Clerk of Sup. Court For Countv Attorney For Sheriff For Treasurer For County Recorder For County Sunt, of Schools For County Assessor For State Senator For State Representative For Justice of the Peace PorConstable Henry F. Ashurst Carl Hayden Henry D. Ross (LT) Frank H. Lyman (ST) Geo. VV. P. Hunt James H. Kerby Richard H.. Ramsey Wayne Hubbs John W. Murphy C. 0. Case . Amos A. Betts . Tom C. Foster Charles R. Howe W. J. Crozer Thomas R. Greer Lloyd C. Henning Thorwald Larson W. G. Kelly Geo. J. Schaefer Lucretia W. Flanigan Hattie Penrod Flaharty W. E. Shumway Robt. L. Moore Frank Ellsworth Sam W. Proctor L. F. McCIanahan r.V.i. Republican Ticket For i .. i it i i it ii ' ! Congress Governor Secretary of State State Auditor State Treasurer Attorney General Supt. Public Instruction Corporation Commissioner StateMine Inspector Judge of Sup. Court Sheriff Treasurer School Supt. Recorder State Senator State Rep. Sup. Dist. No. 1 Emma M. Guild Thos. E. Campbell Ernest R. Hall Jas. A. Smith Jane Gregg W. J. Galbraith Elsie Toles R. A. Kirk John E. White Judge Crosby Dan Divelbess M. H. Flake Kate V. Kinney Wm. Wooster James Scott T. C. Hoyt Chas. E. Wyrick Fall In Navajo County :-: And We Fall For 'Em , Friendly people standing on the street corners, whittl ing and making bets on political futures, are a sure sign of Fall in Navaja County. To be, or not to be elected is the burning question discussed on the Drug Store 'Corn er at this season, for this is Fall inNavajo County. Friendliness blossoms and burgeons on the air. Your hand is grasped in a firm and ingratiating political man ner. Yqu are fed "home .truths" till you are "full up", as the saying goes: At this season you are SOMEBODY, for you have a vote and it is Fall in Navajo County. Alas for the good old days when lusty schooners sail ed over the bar to the thirsty voter! Now he must con tent himself by quaffing coca-cola or chocolate ice cream sodas at the candidate's expense. But there are some who are canny, and are not to be cheated of their just dues, some who when facing the soda-jerker boldly order up a malted milk with two eggs in it, and the candidate pays for it is Fall in Navajo County. Jovial and jocund, smiling and persuasive, this is the candidate's season. Glib arguments glide from the silver tongued orator, wild denunciations are hurled into the circumambient atmosphere by the "protector of the peepul", inside dope is handed out by the canny old wheel horse of the party, and open season is announced on that wariest of all wild game, the American voter, for it is Fall in Navajo County and we fall for 'em, too. ITS ALL IN KNOWING HOW Harry DeGrasse and Carl Taylor took the trail to Heber Sunday, and when they returned they were the -proud possessors of a couple of fine turks a piece. They say that the big gobblers are thick in that direction all you have to know is where to go to get them. We'll say that this direction is not so simple as it sounds. We , think Harry must be turn ing into a bird for he insists that he talked with the turkies at least that is, he whistled to them. But we will confess that results count and each of the hunt ers brought back two dandy birds. Anyway Harry says that roast turkey . sure tastes good, and that the wife cer tainly wield3 a mean roaster when it comes to cooking 'em. VISITING OUTLY- INGDISTRICTS Mrs. Flaharty has been extremely busy the last few weeks visiting the many schools which have just re sumed work for the winter. Last week she attended ses sions at the various schools located at Pinedale, Linden. Clay Springs, etc. She finds that they are all at it again with renewed vigor and says that the work so far presages well for the entire term. TAKEN SUDDENLY ILL Mrs. Rees, who is employ ed in the Holbrook Schools was suddenly taken very ill last week. She has been on the sick list ever siryie and altho improving at present must be careful for some little time. Her many friends missed her greatly. tert 7 II iWV J I SERVICE What It Really Means It means Genuine Ford Parts, 50 per cent of which retail for less than 10 cents. It means a " Repair Shop where expert Ford Mechanics perform the work. It means giving Honest, Cour teous, Prompt attention to the Ford Owner's every need. It means to constantly supply you with a Ford Service that will make you and keep you an enthusiastic member of the great Ford family. We are Authorized Ford Dealers. We can supply you with any pro duct the Ford Motor Co. makes- JENNINGS AUTO CO. HOLBOOK, ARIZ. , iiiu.lUWMM.inwuynwJHwjj.im'.ui ! i -jj ii amm'-wuiajj iimtwti-tVt r,r'--',--'',"-''-,r,'rgl 1 r ' ' ' 11111 ' MY NEIGHBOR'S HYACINTHS In the early springtime of this year my neighbor had hyacinths; I had none. I had intended to have some. I kept saying all the fall: "I am going to bring home about two dozen hyacinth bulbs some day and plant them along the border when the other flowers are gone." But it was a warm late fall, and I feared the bulbs would begin to grow, so I delayed getting them. Then there came a long, cold rain and a sudden freeze-up and it was too late. My neighbor plant ed his at the proper time; so he had hyacinths ihe earth was bare and brown, but up from it sprung, almost in a single night, those lovely rascemes of clustered stars,- white, pink, purple,--punty, life, luxury. The odor of hyacinths is strongest at a bout eleven o'clock in the evening. My neighbor s hyacinths taught me a lesson several lessons. The first is, if you want hyacinths you must,- MUST plant the bulbs at the proper time. Excuses do not make good anybody's neglect of anything. Never! The second lesson is that hyacinths bloom when there is a dearth of other flowers. rhey are not hot-house plants; all they need is to be planted at the proper time. The snow may cover them, but with the first warm days of Spring, when the earth is still cold and bare, the hya cinths awaken and fill the garden with beauty and the air with perfume. They herald theSprirfg while other flowers are asleep; their fra grance is strongest in the night. I am a life insurance a. gent, and my neighbors hyacinths have taught me a lesson. It is not a new les son I knew it before it is an old lesson newly impress ed and made more vivid. I feel more keenly than ever that life insurance has its proper season and that this proper season may pass in the night. The life insur ance season is not indicated by the almanac, but any man may know when it is- IT IS WHEN HE HAS GOOD HEALTH AND A LITTLE MONEY. It may last for years; it may end any day. And when it ends excuses are of no avail. There will be no life insurance policy payable when you die unless you get the policy when you can. My neighbor had hya cinths. I had none-because I failed to plant the bulbs. It was all my fault. The life insurance policy matures at death, when other investments are more likely to shrink in value than to increase and when income from labor is cut off; it brings the'fragrance of a prudent and undying love in that darkest of nights that ever comes to a widowed mother. I shall never smell the perfume of a hyacinth again without thinking of a life insurance policy. Elbert Hubbard once said: If I had two loaves of bread I would sell one and buy white hyacinths to feed my soul." The man who buys life in surance for the protection of his family feeds his soul. Remember that there is one thing that money cannot buy it is life insurance when you are ill, The time to apply for life insurance is NOW, providing you are :n good health and can pass the doctor's examination requir ed by the Company. The NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMYANY offers you Safe, Sound Mod ern Life Insurance. W. L5. WOODS, District Agent. Adv. Phone 5. Mr. Jim Williams of the Holbrook Market and Mr. Durfee left Holbrook Mon day on a hunting trip. They say that they will have their limit in deer and turkey when they return. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE APACHE RAILWAY COMPANY State of Arizona Office of the Arizona Corporation Commission United States of America) State of Arizona ) ss. The Arizona Corporation Commis sion does hereby certify that the annexed is a true and complete transcript of the Amendment to Articles of Incorporation of The Apache Railway Company which was filed in the office of said Arizona Corporation Commission on the 13th day of September. A. D. 1922. at 10:00 o'clock a. m.. as provided by law. In Testimony Whertof, The Arizona Corporation Commission by its Chairman, has hereunto set it hand and affixed its Official Seal. Done at the City of Phoe nix, the Capitol. thi9 13th day of September, A. D. 1922. Arizona Corporation Commission 1). F. Johnson, Chairman. (Seal.) Attest: F. J. K. McBride. Secretary. Certificate of Amendment of Articles of Incorporation Know All Men by These Pre sents: Tnat at a special meeting of. the stockholders of The Apache Railway Company, a corporation of the State of Ari zona, duly and regularly held pursuant to consent and waiver of notice signed by all of the stockholders of said corporation at it office at Cooley, County of Apache, State of Arizona, on the 8th day of August. 1922. Article Three of the Articles of Incorporation of said corpora tion was by the affirmative vote of all of the stockholders and of ail of the stock of corporation issued and outstanding amend ed to read as follows, to-wit: "The authorized- amount of the capital stock of th:s corpora tion shall be Six hundred thou sand Dollars. ($600,000.00), di vided into six thousand (6.000) shares of the par value of one hundred ($100.00) each. At such times as the Board of D rectors may, by resolution di rect, said capital stock shall be oaidinto this corporation, either in cash or by a sale transfer to it of real or. personal property, contracts, services, or any other valuable right or thine for the use and purposes of said corpora tion, in payment for which shares of the said capital stock may be issued, and the capital stock so issued shall thereupon and thereby become and be ful'y paid and nonassessable forever, and in the absence of actual fraud in the transaction, the judgment of the directors as to the value of propertv purchased shall be conclusive." In Witness Whereof, we have affixed our signatures and the seal of said corporation this 8th day of A u trust. 1922. The Apache Railway Co. By H.J. McClung. President. (Corporate Seal) Attest: John Zilaha, Secretary. State of Arizona County of Apache bs. Before me, Roscoe H. H. Luck enbill, a Notary Public in and for the County and State afore said on this dav personally ap peared H. J. McClunz and John Zalaha, known to me to be tbe President and Secretary, re spectively, of The Apache Rail way Company, and tome known to be the same persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoinu' instrument as sucb President and Secretary, and they acknowledged to roe that they voluntarily executed the same for and oi behalf of said corporation as its free act and deed and for the purpose and consideration therein mentioned. Given under my hand and seal of office this 8th day of August, 1922. Ro3coe H. H. Lu'ckenbil! Notary Public. (Notarial Seal) My commission expires Feb. 7th, 1925. Filed in the office of the Ari zona Corporation Commission this 13 day of Sept. A. D. 1922 at. 10:00 A M. at request of C- B. Wilson, whose post office ad dress is Flagstaff, Arizona. Arizona Corporation Commission By D F. Johnson, Chairman. Filed and Recorded at the Re quest of C B. Wilson, Sept. 21. 1922. at 9 A. M.. and duly re corded in Vol No. 2 of Articles Inc. on pages Nop. 221-22, Re cords of Navajo County, Ari zona, Lucretia W. Flani'gan, (Seal.) Recorder. F. Sept. 29 L. Nov. 3 10th Annual Northern Arizona State Fair Prescott, Arizona Thursday, Oct. 19-Friday. Ocf. 20-Saturday, Oct. 21 -1922- 4,000.00 in Cash Awards. $2,000.00 in prizes for Sports Alone. Many and Varied Attractions Good lime for AH Official American Poultry Show for Arizona REDUCED RAILROAD RATES The Pyramid i Grocery Store Caters to Family . Trade. We Carry the Best in Staples, Fresh Fruit Butter, Eggs, Poultry. Deliver all orders and make our service serve. THE PYRAMID GROCERY STORE NEW REES CAFE Excellent Meals i Courteous Service vjloilJl ana Variety in Food Reasonable in Price PAY US A. "VISIT "We Strive to Please" In the Scorse Building on Porter Street imzBsmss23B3nisa3ESEsaBsBaEaBsBai We Handle i Only Genuine Indian Curios Brilliant Navajo Blankets Artistic Pueblo Pottery Curious Plaques and tightly woven Basets Kachina Dolls and Gay Gourd Medicine Rattles a All Straight from the Land of Mysterious Imagin- : . J.U-.VT J- ni. ! j t-v ii? j. .i ni3, tuc i u v aj 'j naias una kjiul .uweiiings 01 die Eerie Hopi Snake Priests. . L B. PUTNEY MERC. CO. I Holbrook - - Arizona 3 The Holbrook Drug Company 1 OUR POPULARITY TESTIFIES OUR EXCELLENCE "AT THE BUSY CORNER" EKRYffllNG any Draj Store Carries and then I ' some " I ALWAYS READY TO SERVE I j Telephone or Write Yoar Wants. Immediate Attention HUNTERS ATTENTION Preserve tbe trophies of your hunt Game heads and birds mounted true to nature by a registered taxidermist. 1 D. M. ELDREDGE, Flagstaff, Ariz. I benu me your animal Maes to De made into rugs msrBXtwxzscfm ass Mr. Hummel, contractor and stone mason of Gallup was in town during the lat ter part of the week. Mr. Hummel did the stone work and plastering for the new Scorse building. ENTERTAIN AT CARDS Mrs. Hopkins assisted by her two daughters. Miss Mildred and Helen Hopkins entertained a congenial party of friends on last Saturday afternoon. The time was pleasantly passed at Auction 'Bridge and all present voted Mrs. Hopkins a delightful entartainer. CELEBR ATEBI RTHD AY Mrs. Jim Scorse celebrated her husband's birthday by setting forth an extra super fine dinner last Sunday. Mr. Scorse appreciated the many good things so much that he says he rather over did the thing. Mr. W. R. Scorse and Mr. Chamberlin were guests at the dinner party.