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Fair October 11 to 16 The largest and the prettiest advertising car that the New Mexico Boosters have ever put out to advertise their Fair spent a few hours in Holbrook to day. If the Fair is as big and complete aithe car it will be a dandy The people of Northern Arizona will join hands with their sister Terri tory in helping to advance the common interests by bringing ourselves to the attention of the whole west and a large part of of the East. Never before have we been honored by a visit to a festival by the President of the United States. All the great south west should gather in Albuquerque October the 11 to 16 to give Presi dent Taft the cordial welcome that is his. The Albuquerque Fair Associa tion has arranged for many new events most ox which have never been before in this section. Strobels great air ship will make daily and night flights over the grounds. Stobles ship took first and second money at the St. Louis Exhibition, this sight is well worth any ones money to see. Push-Ball on horse back will b e played for the first time west of the Mississippi, except for the one time at Pasadena where it attracted thousands of people. Besides these new features there will be the old standard fair and carnival events. The Black well Tobacco Co. has offered a $1030.00 purse to be known as the Bull Durham Stake Race. There are big base ball purses offered and many entries have been made for the" fifteen" mile marathon, the start and finish is to be in front of the grand stand. In order that every one might see the President and big air ship the Santa Fe will offer extremely low rates. - . . ! IN THE PROBATE COURT Of the County of Navjo Terri tory of Arizona. lathe Matter of Estate of John O, Reidhead, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Edwin Reidhead the Administra tor of JohnO. Reidhead, deceased has renderd an presented for settlement, and filed in said Court, his final account ox his administrator of said estate; and that Monday, the 6th day of Sep tember, 1S09, at 10 o'clock, A.M. at the Court-room of said Court, at the Courthouse in HolbrcKk in said Navajo County, ha3 been duly appointed by the Judge of said Court, for the settlement of said account, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exception in writting to the said account and contest the same. Dated August 25th, 1909. R. C. Smith, Probate Judge. First publication August 27, All summer goods !.ic o.T atB. First. twenty per Have you bought that Gem Range yet? Lowest price; Highest grade. See A. & B. Schuster. The man who builds a half dozen'fotir or five room houses to rent in this town will make a good investment. They could be rented for $15.00 per month as soon as finished. Two good second hand buggies for sale by R. M. Soper at the Holbrook Livery Barn. onownaKe items from our regular Correspondent Snowflake, Sept. 7, 1909. The Snowflake academy opened Monday mcrn"nr with a good attendance, we think this will be a prosperous school years. They have more room, better facilities and an excellent Faculty, concist ing of the following: Joseph Peterson, Principle; L. H. Mor teasen, Director of Music and Preparatory Department: Hyrum Smith, Instructor in High School Course Mark: W. Cram, Instruc tor in Manual Arts; Nellie II. Smith, Instructor in Domestic Science and arts. The District School also comm enced Monday with Silas L. Fish as Principle. The Annex of the A. C. M. I. building has been going up rapi dly. The mason work is completed There are a number of students here from other places attending school. Hugh Larson, of St. Joseph, was in town Sunday. Fred Nelson has been here for a lew days ana len lor noiorooK, t t 1 1 I TT-11 1 .bUCiai ,waa, . evening at tne nome oi josepn w. fcnutn innonor oi nis niuetn birthday.. Nothing but classic music will do Snowflake any more, we tripp ed the light fautastic, the other night, to the music of the accor deon. The jolly crowd that left for the Grand Canon, have returned and report a fine t rip and a good time. Mrs. Mary J. R. West has re turned from Salt Lake City. Janet M. Smith, is in St. Joseph visiting with her daughter Mrs. Homer F. Bushman. II. Udallis here from Hunt; visiting a few days with her mother. Pearl Potter was also a v ísitor here last week. ' - Sheriff Woods Lands a couple of Rustlers. Sheriff A. A. Anderson, of Graham County came up Wednes day to claim Len Taylor and Len McDonald two young men of Apache county, who had purloin ed a few head of good horses from their lawful owners. Sheriff Woods, was noli ied of the steal ing and that the boys were head ed for this county. This was danger us grounds and the boys should have known it. They had no sooner struck Navajo County than Jos. Woods had them landed in jail. Sheriff Anderson will leave with them for Soloménville, Graham County, it being the county from where the horse were stolen. Mr. Anderson is a very agreeable gentlemen-. And is well known by a numbe r of our citizens. Subscribe for the NEWS. W. H. Clark Í3 building a two room house this week and making a well. W. H. is doing somethin most all the time. - Give the News office your job work Willard Whipple of Showlow, is here today transacting business in the Probate Court. Mr. Whip ple is a reader of the News. Ex-Senator Robt. Scott arxl family are here to-ay from Showlow. They are on their wr.y to Mase. Where the young iolks will enter school. Parker, Ariz., S2pt. 4. (Spe cial correspondence of The Re publican.) Firmly ..convinced that Parker is to become the the commercial center of West ern Arizona, a party of Lcs Angeles bankers and others have established here the first bank It will be knov.-n as the Parker Bank and Trust company. It is incorporated with a capital of $100,000. The incorporators are W. H. Holliday, president of the Merchants National bank of Los Angeles; T. M. Drennan presi. dent of th Colorado River Supply company, .Parker; (j. L. JJunne, for the cashier of the Eldorodo National bank, Eldorado, Kas, recently with the Security bank of Los Angeles Carl F. Schader, a mining and real estate operator of Los Angeles, and B. L. Vaughn a real estate man of Needles and Parker. There are several business buildings that have been recently erected in Parker: among them are two merchandise establish ments which carry stock valuev ?tS 50.000. A number of houses have been built, though the only title: that can be obtained at pr(?sent .g & leas(J from the Indian 'agent. The townsite has been survey- . ed &nd m &cres It ex. i , , , , , v,0r ;in I LC11US UclUI. J.IUI11 HIClltn dollar bridge of the Santa Fe road for about two miles and up and down the river for two miles The lots will be" open for purchase in about two months. It is sup posed that the government wil appraise them and that those who are now on the ground hav leased the lots from the Indians, will receive recognition omong the fisst. While the plans oi the govern ment in regard to the reclama tion of some 289,000 'acres o land near which Parker is situat ed. are not definitely known it is supposed that the next project that will be taken up Arizona after the completion óf tlie work at Roosevelt and the Laguna dam will be this district. Possibly the frst work will be at He.idgate point, four miles above Parker. By placing a pumping piant at this noint 40.000 acres could be placed under irrigation. The Indians now occupying the Parker Indian reservation will be allotted some of the land in small tracts, but there wíií be a crreat deid of it left for white settlers.- A new town to be called Callona is being established nine mike from Parker on the Laliiornis. sielo Captain Henry Warren, has let a contract to a party at Gall up for the drilling of a well one thousand feet. The machinery is here and 1 he work of drilling will begin as soon as tne machinery can be unloaded from the car? and set up at the place of opera tion which will be some where on the Headquarters Ranch of the Aztec Land and Cattle Com pany, this side of Sc. Joseph. - If Cr-pUnn Warren should get watt r nd we believe he will, his man acres of land will become very valiiRhle at once and of course there would be other wells nude in the community and the result would be the land with the water' would be worth at at lei-st one hundred dollars per acres. We will wait patiently to see what the well will do. FOR Sale,- Twenty six hendred heads of sheep, forty aerea pat tented ranch, dipping vats fr.d shearing pens, Ail on Sitisuves Forrest Reserve. For particulars inquire of Willsird Whipple Shew low, Arizona. DEPARTMEMT OF THE INTERIOR, GENERAL LAND OFFICF, Washington, D. C, July 20, 1909, NOTICE OF RESTORATION OF PUBLIC LANDS TO SETTLEMENT AND ENTRY. Notice is hereby given that the Acting Secretary of the Interior has vacated departmental order of withdrawal in so far as the same affects the withdrawal for act 388 the irrigation purpose under the of June 17, 1902 32 Stat., tor use m connection with Little Colorado River Project Arizona, of the following descri bed land in the Territory of Ari zona, and by his authority shch of said tracts as have not been heretofore finally restored and are not otherwise withdrawn, reserved, or oppropriated, will be subject to settlement under the public land laws of the United States on and after October 16, 1939, but shall not.be subject to entry, fiiinj, or selection v.nt"1 November 15, 1909, at the United States land office at Pheonix, Arizona, warning being expressly given that no person will be permitted to gain or exercise any right whatever under any settlement or occupa tion begun after July 16, 1909, and prior to. October 16, 1909, ; all such settlement or occupation being forbidden: Gila and Salt River Meridian. T. 17. N. 21 E., all sections 6, 7, 3 and 9. S. V. Proud fit, Acting Comm.-' issionea of the General Land Offce. Frank Pierce, First Assistant Secretary of the Interior. First publication Aug 13, 1909, To The Weekly Star: Inclosed find postoffice order for fiveyearc'subscrpt tion The Weekly Star. I like The Star because itis clean aad unprejudiced, It sees the good in things without regard to the source party from which it comes. I like Thé Star because it has convictions, of its own and has the courage to proclaim these conviction It does not seem that The Staris seek ing: popularity, but that it is seeking the truth and the justice of all thing? Its politics is good government. These flings hnvc made The Stai: popular. We -ou!d probably be safe In saying that the position taken and maintained by The Star is uuinua . The Star ought to be in evera home in the United States. T. C. Allen, Lockwook, lío. The uelky lv.v:c5AS City Star SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 2jC A YEAR. 10c Ccmmissioss Allowed Postmasters and Agent 3. Will you actively solicit subscriptions? Sidney Sapp, Notary P ublic A water system will keep down dust and prev ent fire. Miss Grace Tenney and brother Carl of St. Johns are here wait ing for a train to take them to Provo, Utah, where they are go ng to attend the Latterday Saints University. Another new L-uilding almost completed. The Wetzler building for the Navajo Apache Bank and Trust Co., i'his is a ij. o story brick and stonev The second story is finished for roorakig vurnoses. fhe rooms are equipped with folding beds mirrors, wash stands and bath. Mr. Wetzler has spared nothing to ,make these rooms first class in every way. Who vill be .the next to build a gocd uslness or residenca. Sidney Sapp United States commissioner. lío:orooK Anzon?. .. J. A. ROOT, Home Agent Uo. State Life Insurance Company. Postal Telesrauh Office In the District Court Of the FOURTH JUDICAL DIS TRICT, I Territory of Arizona, in and for Navajo County, Action brought in the District Court of the Fourth Judicial Dis trict of the Territory óf Arizoa, n in and for the County Navajo, and the complaint filed in said County of Navajo in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. A. and B. Schuster, ' A co-partnership. Plantiff's VS All pereons (names unknown) claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the realtpro perty described in tee complaint adverse to plainiff's ownership' or any cloud plaintiff's title there to, . Defendants In the name Of tha territory of Arizona, to All persons, (names unknown) claiming any right, title, estate, en or interest in the real pro perty described in the complaint, adverse to plaintiff's ownership', or any cloud upon plaintiff's title thereto, ' ' ' Defendants GREETING; Yon are hereby Summoned and required to appear in an " action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the District Court of the FOURTH Judicial District of the Territory of Ari zona, in and for NAVAJO County, and answer the Complaint there in filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Holbrook in said County, within twenty days after thé sarvice upon you of this Summons, if served in this said Countv. oi' in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the time above mentioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District Terri tory of Arizona, in and for the Coun'ty of Navajo this loth day of August 1909, W. B. Woods, Clerk of said District Court. By L. D. Divelbess, Deputy Clerk. The Holbrook slab artists won a ten-inning game from the Ft. Apache Regulars, Saturday by the score of 12 to 11. It was a lcosely-played, pcorly-contesieI game, full of errors and poor team-work on both sides. The pitchers for both teams worked h í i d, lit fri'cd toicceve tie support they should have had. But notwithstanding all this, the score was nearly even throughout the contest, which kept the fans in a high state of excitement from start to nnish, but our own Doc.. Hess sent the Base Ball enthusi asts to the seventh heaven of happiness when hs tapped the pill to the left garden for a homer. In the fourth inning Lund who d been pitching for the locale sprained his wrist while perform ing the high-dive near first base. II-j was r'pkccd by Sutherland, ho held his opponents down fe- i t i ti mt j marKaciy wen. ins visitors wciu out two of their twiners eariy in the game and -:hra the locals went to bat-in the seventh' they ' fad the phenomenal "sou'paw" from over the Mountain. It looked then as if it was all up with Hol brcok.but "Uncle Sam's wonder" failed to make the showing " ex pected of Iiim on account of poor control. The game was wen in the tenth inning when Manager Vaughan was walked to first, stele tcccr.d, i.r.r.exed the third sack on a passed ball- and got Vgn.e in an attempted" ileal." followed by r.n error.