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The Holbrook News Published every Friday at Holbrook, Navajo County, Arizona by Sidney Sapp, EJitor and Publisher Admitted to the mails at Holbrood, as second clasa-matter, May 14, 1909. - Rkte3 of Subscription in advance nns veur $2.00 Advertising rates made known up on áDülcatio'n - 'All advertising will be run until or dered out.. -.Territorial .Olficera - Governor- Hon. R. E.' Sloan, Ter. Sec. G. U. Young. Ter. Treas. E. E. Kirkland. Ter. Aud. W. C. Foster. ' a tv" fien-J.- B. Wright U. S Dist Atty J. B. H. Alexander NAVAJO CGUNTY OFFICIALS. ' Sheriff, J. F. Woods. Prder and Clerk, C .Hess. Probate Judge and County Sup-j rintPTidant. R. C. Smith. ' Clerk of the Dist. Court, W. B. : Woods; Treasurer, L. D; Divelbess. 'nía. Attv.. W. P. Gearyi County Supervisors, Q. R Gard rvmirmnn. James Scott and A. B. Sutton. E. B. Newman shipped a tram load of fat lambs to the markets at Kansas City today. Mr. New man is one of the large wool growers of this county. TU-3 gehoa! Boivf that school wouV Monday in Oc . ha? inform2d ua b?Erin on the first nVior. Thov bc3in ' the school in the , i hu; .dinar ana will move one as soon as itiscomplat- o the nev C. A. X aniels HARNESS SADDLES REPAIRS the best and safest pack-sad die in Arizona, Holbrook, Arizona A. T. & S. F. Railroad Time Table EAST BOUND No. 4 9:42 a. m. No. 8 9.53 a. m. No. 2 11:17 P. m. WEST BOUND No. 1 5:54 a. m. No3 8:13 p. m. No. 7 8:09 a. m. E. J. Norkyke, Agent. CHALCEDONY LODGE No. 6 F.&A.M. Meet every second Saturday. Visiting brothers cordially invited H. Kempenich. W. M. SNOWFLAKE BARBERSHOP Head quarters for fine Con fections, Nuts, Soft Drinks, Tobacco and Cigars, Ice Cream and Lemonade. Gents Furnishings We are small but watch us grow. YOUNGBLODD & GARDNER Snowflake, - Arizona. ZUCK'S HOTEL THE HOLBROOK Clean Rooms, Clean Beds, Nice; Parlor POPULAR PRICES " Mrs." J. C. Zuck, Proprietor Holbrook, - - - Arizona. W. R. Scorse, Secretary. per All summer goods twenty cent off at B.vFirst. : NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Augustine Tapia, deceased. Notice is hereby given bv the undersigned, Administra- ? torr-of the Estate of Augustine Tapia deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims atrainst the said deceased, to exhibit them." with neces ' sarv vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this J. - notice to the said administrator at Holbrook. Arizona, the samé beim? the place for the transae tion of the business of said estate, in said County of Navajo, Sidney Sapp, 'administrator of Augustine Tapia, deceased. Dated Holbrook this 26th day of August, 1909, Throw away that wash-board, an old fashioned back-breaking washing machine; get an up-to- date . REV-O-NOC Washer at . A. &. B.Schuster. G. W. Grill, of Mitchell, South" Dakota, js here tnis wees visiting I j tSK County Seat of Navajo County. here last Ssturday with a load of fruit to sell. He had some of the finest pears that ever came down the "Pike". Plumbs Apples and Peaches. They were all fine and without anv fault It was an- Jbther evidence of the wonderful resources of this great undevel- O Subscribe for . T L BROOK MEWS The only Newspaper Printed and Publshed in Holbrook, the From the Phoenix Gazette. Ciepe is draped today ever the offices of Kuhn, Loeb & Co.s New , York bankers; oyer the Equitable Life headquarters, over the rail road offices of mo3t of the great- . rail systeni3 of the United States, all in mute tribute to the death of one small man. j Of all that small group of fin ance kings in the United States. Harriman wa3 easily the best liked in popual estimation. The ; reason is not far to seek."; la re cent years, since throwing off the mast of silence, he ha3 begn j known as a most homely and de- r mocratic man, an understandable ; man, a most human and thorough ly American manv He had 'sound sense. He had humor. Perhaps it was this latter quality which enabled him to keep on a social level with any sound-hearted m- ' 'dividual in his company. Harri- ' man was never afflicted with that bane of American wealth the 'better than thou" affectation, j Readers of the newpapers have 'read much in the par and will ; read more for a few days of the jvast wealth of Harriman, of his j genius for organization, and his profound knowledge of the game of finance. "But they will almost certainly see small mention of the fact that Harriman served his country, and made it better for the serving. " He had a positive zeal for tak ing decadent railroads and putt- ins- new life into them. By cutt ing of all waste and by putting capital where capital was needed, bv improving the lines, he better ed the service to the people and promoted the development to the country. He inf used new visror and spirit of growth into every rail avstem over which he assumed control. They Were better man aged; they did more work;" they carried more freight between producer and consumer. Most likely Mr. Harriman d rived more success from the fact that he surrounded himself with such men as Epes Randolph. Mr. Randolph, as is well known, is now in absolute control of one of Mr. Harriman 's mo3t gigantic railroad enterprises. That he gained great wealth for himself was only an incident of his career. He has left thi mass of money behind him. Soon r or later it will drift out through the industrial centers of the coun try and be distributed in the pockets of many people. But the concrete results of liamman.s endeavors will remain. He was a man great enough to dream himself visions of the future, and to bring those visions into the world of realities. He died before half of the dreams had come true, but he also accomplish ed a very great deal. what hislife may háve been does not matter now. The thing of consequence is that yesterday afternoon the world lost the great est man ever known in business or. commercial lift. The Gazette mourns the death of Mr. Harri man. " (Contributad) Genuine sorrow is felt in Ariz ona over the untimely ending of Edward H. Harriman. Had he been soared to enjoy the alloted span of three score years and ten the southwest would have pro fitted immeasureably by his en ers-v andscenins. Removed in the height of his mentality and when his power had become established this country lost a powerf u friend. Tti nfliipvement Harriman out lived all other men of: his. kind. But a short ten years since he became nationally known; his de served success Í3 nothing short of marvelous. Unlike some of the eai-lier raih'oad financiers, Ins work has been to build, up - the properties under his control. To take a railroad' physically and financially dead and reconstruct it into a profitable and efñeientgié road requires more real ability-., and courage than to build them. Too many railroad ' have been built for profits made in the build- 1 mgr. M Harriman. s ability wa3 no les3 marked in respect to a selection of assistants than in other diret- tions. Indeed, in the managment of intei'ests as great as he built up the question of able lieuten ants is'paramount. And for this Arizona may feel secure in that the plans of the. dead --chief -ynW be carried out. Much originally depended on their sagacity; more nowdepends upon their retention and in creased au hority. It would be fitting if MayoiCj Christy would request the suspend sion of all business for a brief period daring the funeral services and a display of flags at half .nast daring the day of his inter ment. IN THE PROBAET COURT OF THE COUNTY OF NAVAJO, AND TERRITORY OF ARI In the Matter of the Estate of Augustine Tapia, deceaded. Order to Show Cause. Sidney Sapp, the ad Tiinistrator of the Estate of Augustine Tapia, deceased, having filed his petition herein praying for an order of sale of ail the real estate and per sonal property of said decedenTJ for the purposed therein set for th, it is therefore ordered by said Court, that all per3on3 interested in the estate of said deceased appear before said Probate Court on Monday, the fourth dajr'pf ( October, 1309, at eleven oclóck in the forenoon of said dayj at the Courtroom of said Court, at Holbrook, in said Navajo County, Arizona, to show cause why an ? order should not be granted to r 3aid Administrator to sell said : : real estate and person property of said déceased, at private sale, "and that a copy of this order be ? published at least four successive J week in the Holbrook New,a newpaper printed and pnblished in said county. ' Dated August 30th, 1909. R. C. Smith, Probate Judge. -: , First publication August 27; ? I represent five good live Fire Insurance Companies. Sidney Sapp. . IN THE PROBATE COURT Of the County of Navajo, Terri- tory of Arizona. f In the Matter of the Estate of f William T. Oliver, ' ; f Notice of Hearing Petition. Notice is hereby given that j Willard Whipple has filed in this Court a petition praying that he j be appointed administrator "of said estate and that letters of administration thereon be issued to him and that the same will4 heard on Tuesday the twel day of October, A. D. 1909, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said j day, at the' ' courtroom of said Court, in Holbrook, County of! Navajo, Territory of Arizona, and all persons interest in said j estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any j they have; why the prayer of said petitioner should hot be; ! granted. Dated September 9th, 1909. j R. C. Smith, ' I First publication September 10 ; H."fL Scorse : returnee from Salt River Valley Wednesday. \n\n ZONA.