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Holbrook News, Holbrook, Arizona, Oct. 20, 1922
THE HOLBROOK NEWS Published Errr Friday Br The Holbrook News Company Claire H. Jordan, Editor gntWM t th pwtoffic at Holbrook. Mv 14. 1909. M ecoixt-clMB matter. description Bates On year S3.0Q. tlx months 11.50, three month $1. No subscription less than 3 months. OUK STANDARD Right. Truth. Justice in all our dealings with ttaa public; political, social and industrial; a sence of renponaibility to our constituen cy and our loyslty to the interests of Holbrook snd Navajo county. Democratic Ticket For U. S. Senator For Representative in Congress For Judgea 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 Supt. of Schools For County Assessor For State Senator For State Representative For Justice of the Peace For Constable Henry F. Ashurst Carl Hayden Henry D. Ross (LT) Frank H. Lyman (ST) Geo. W. P. Hunt James H. Kdrby Richard H. Ramsejyf Wayne riuDDs 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. McClanahan Republican Ticket For i i i f it i if ii - ! l Congress Governor Secretary of State State Auditor State Treasurer Attorney General Supt. Public Instruction Corporation Commissioner State Mine 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 Unas. hj. wynck Fire: Master or Servant Which? Fire! Fire! The wild cry and the warning revolver shots as they ring on the still night air are sounds which bring a tremor to the stoutest heart. Something bar baric in our nature responds as a chord roughly plucked by rude hands and reverberates through an octave of fear. It is some lingering atavistic strain from the age old days of man's cave dwelling years when he half worship ped the bright warmth giving name on the blackened stones of his cave shelter, but feared its scorching breath as it leapt unleashed through the withering forest aisles. When the first nipping days of autumn have tinted the sumach with their radiant vermilion, when the cotton woods along the arroyos stand like torches of yellow flame, when the wild duck sweeping southward sends his haunting cry upon the listening air, then it is that we turn with welcome smiles to the warm fire on the hearth. - Branches of cedar and pitch pine with oozing gum iall victim to the insatiable maw of the glimmering, dancing flames within the fireplace. Beneath the flame's bacchantic revel, close pressed to the bars of the grate. lie the glowing embers, the bright coals with their hints of fortune telling and hidden tales of life, half hidden in the ashes. And out from it all steals the welcome warm th, penetrating, enveloping, filling the chilled frame with new vigor and the torpid mind with hope and courage for the daily tilt with fate. Fire is a marvelous servant but a poor master. It is time that we follow the lead of the Town Council and provide ourselves against its forays. The time is past i i . ii ?f ii . i it i i - - wnen we snau sit iaiy Dy wun neipiess hands and hope less hearts to watch its hungry inroads on our cherished possessions. We have Fire's greatest enemy at our com mand. Water is our servant. Use one to keep the other in abeyance. Help with the Volunteer Fire Depart ment. Keep Fire the servant and never again let him have the mastery in Holbrook. Safe upon the hearthstone may his life be long, but never let him roam. Make and bound his home for him but never give him yours. Safe within his appointed station let him dance and sparkle as he will. Sit down before his lambent flames and enjoy his slavery. Rejoice in his subjugation, feed him well and carefully and he is your servant for aye. Sit round the open fire at night in peaceful, untroubled content, for Fire chained upon the hearthstone is your servant, and the hearth is the heart of the home. Mr. Margesson of Milky Wash was in our city and paid The News a very plea sant call. It was also pro fitableto The News. Mrs. Ray Lancaster of Winslow was a Holbrook visitor late last week. Miss Seelig of Los Ange les is the guest of Miss Helen Schuster this week. Miss Seelig's father was at one time a resident of Holbrook. J. J. Shumway of Taylor was down Monday. 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, lhe earth was bare and brown, but up rom it sprung, almost in a single night, those lovely rascemes of clustered stars, - white, pink, purple,--puntyv life, luxury. The odor of hyacinths is strongest at a bout eleven o'clock in the REMEMBER THE FOUR B'S i evening. My neighbor s hyacinths taught me a lesson several lessons, lhe first is, if you want hyacinths you must,- MUM 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. They 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 the Spring while other rlowers are asleep; their fra grance is strongest in the ni?ht. I am a life insurance a. gent, and my neighbor's 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. Ana wnen 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-pecause 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 buywhite 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 in good health and can pass the doctor's examination requir ed by the Company. The NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY offers you Safe, Sound Mod ern Life Insurance. W. B. WOODS, District Agent. Adv. Phone 5. i UY ARIZONA PRODUCTS IIILD YOUR COMMUNITY OOST YOUR HOME TOWN M ANK WITH LOCAL INTERESTS I Safety - Service - Silences Are Watch Words of Holbrook, Ariz. iniiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiii THE HOLBROOK NEWS ia only $3.00 A YEAR ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF j Hnlhrftftk News Nnfps THE APACHE RAILWAY COMPANY State of Arizona Office of the Arizona Corporation Commission United States of America) State of Arizona 5 88. The Arizona Corporation Cornmis sion does hereby certify that the annexed is a true and complete transcript of the Amendment to Articles of Incorporation of The Apache Kailway 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 Whereof. 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, this 13th day of September, A. D. 1922. Arizona Corporation Commission D. F. Johnson, Chairman. (Seal.) Attest: F. J. K. McBride. Secretary. Certificate of Amendment of Articles of Incorporation Know All Men by These Pre $ents: That 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 its 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 all 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 or one hundred ($100.00) each At such times as the Board of Directors may, by resolution di rect, said capital Btock shall be paid into thiscorooration, either in cash or by a sale transfer to it of real or personal property, contracts, services, or any other valuable right or thing for the use and purposes of said corpora tion, in payment for which shares of the Baid capital stock may be issued, and the capital stock so issued shall thereupon and thereby become and be fully paid and nonassessable forever, and in the absence of actual fraud in the transaction, the judgment of the directors as to the value of property purchased shall be conclusive." In Witness Whereof, we have affixed our signatures and the seal of said corporation this 8th day of August. 1922. The Apache Railway Co. By H. J. McClung, President. (Corporate Seal) Attest: John Zalaha, Secretary. State of Arizona i County of Apache ) 88. , Before me. Roscoe H. H. Luck- enbill, a Notary Public in and for the County and it ate afore said on this day personally ap peared H. J. McClung and John Zalaha, known to me to be tbe President and Secretary, re spectively, of The Apache Rail way Company; and tome known Miss "Olive Clarke spent Sunday in Winslow visiting wun inenas ana relatives. Atty. C. H. Jordan left last Thursday for Los Angeles. He will be absent for some little time, but this is not as much of a snap as it sounds as he will be un der the car of a physician, and they are apt to be rath er dictatorial. Sam Proctor of The Mail was in Holbrook Monday. He seems to appreciate a good town like this. Wonder why he doesn t come of tener. Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Smvth who were residents of Hoi brook until very recently have just removed to, Shon to, a Trading Post on the Navajo Res. where Mr. Smyth will be in charge. We wish them all possible success in their new loca tion. John Blevins of Heber was in Holbrook over the week end. ENTERTAIN FOR GUEST Mrs. Chasi Osborne enter tained last Saturday after noon with an auction bridge party in honor of Mrs. Coop er, who had just returned from a trip over the Navajo Country taken with Post master Osborne and her husband, Mr. Cooper who is a postal inspector. Six tables were filled with eager card players and the pleasant afternoon passed most swiftly. At the close of the card session a dainty lunch was served to the guests. to be the same persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument as such President and Secretary, and they acknowledged to me that they voluntarily executed the same for and on 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: Roscoe U. H. bickenbil! 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 Nos. 222-22. Re cords of Navajo County, Arizona. Lucretia W. Flanian, (Seal. ) Recorder. F. Sept. 29 L. Nov. 3 The Pyramid Grocery Store Caters to Family Trade. We Carry the Best in Staples, Fresh Fruit Butter, Eggs, Poultry. Deliver aU orders and make our service serve. THE PYRAMID GROCERY STORE NEW REES CAFE 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 We Handle Only Genuine Indian Curios Brilliant Navajo Blankets Artistic Pueblo Pottery Curious Plaques and tightly woven Basets Kachina Dolls and Gay Gourd Medicine Rattles AH Straight from the Land of Mysterious Imagin ings, the Navajo Plains and Cliff Dwellings of the Eerie Hopi Snake Priests. L. B. PUTNEY MERC. CO. Holbrook - - - Arizona j The Holbrook Drug Company OUR POPULARITY TESTIFIES OUR EXCELLENCE S "AT THE BUSY CORNER" EVERYrHING any Druj Store Carries and then I some I ALWAYS READY TO SERVE t Telephone or Write Your Wants. Immediate Attention 5 MAKING HOUSEWORK EASY Clean steel knives and forks, remove stains and grease with r SAPOLIO Cleans Scours Polishes Large cake No waste ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO., New York, V. S. A. Mount Vernon Duplicated in Illinois 1 SSF 1 jZvf?:- - x Iiis nt;v home of Air. und Mrs. Charles H. Atken in Lake Forest. 1M.. is practically a duplicate, in style, strucmre and furnishings, of Washington's iluuut ernon home. The home contains many relics ot the revolutionary period. Henry E. Lopez of The News force spent Saturday and Sunday in Flagstaff. He went ostensibly to see the football game played there Saturday, ,but we thought when he took the- train that he looked awfully dressed up and wondered if there mightn't be another attraction.