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jv The Holbreok News
r .. : PuMUfcid mry Friday nt Holbrook, - - Navajo County, Arizona by . Sapp, Editor and Publish? 'Admitted to the mails at Holbrood, as euuiiu ciass nmiwr, muy i-t, imrr. ' ' Rate3 of Subscription in advance One year $2.00 Advertising rates made known up pn applcation '""'V' - All advertising will be run uiitft-of" dered out. ' ' Territorial Officers Governor- Hon. R.' E.rSIoan; Ter. Sec. G. U. Young:. ';' Ter. Treas. E. E. KfrRland. Ter. Aud. W. C. Foster. -Atty. Gen. J. B. Wright ÍJ. S Dist Atty J. B..H. Alexander NAVAJO COUNTY OFFICIALS! Sheriff, J. F. Woods. Recorder and Clerk, C .Hess. Probate Judge and County Sup erintendant", R. C. Smith. Clerk of the Dist. Court, W. B. Woods. Treasurer, L. D. Divelbess. Dist. Atty.,. W. P. Geary. County Supervisors, Q. R. Gard ner, Chairman, James Scott and A. B, Sutton. i I 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. No. 3 8:13 p. m. No. 7 8:09 a. in. A. A.- Johnston, Agent. CHALCEDONY LODGE No. 6 F. & A. M. Meets every aecond Saturday. Visiting brothers cordially invited M. Kempemth. W. M. W. R. Scorse, Secretary- Sunday ScSiool at the school house every Sunday at three o'clock p m Union school, every body invited. Mrs. C. Hess, superintendant. Mrs. D. G. Brown, Assistant supt. ÉÓWFLÁKE BÁRBERSHOP TTpari minrf prs for fine Con- fectióñsííuts, Soft Drinks, i - Tobacico and Cigars. Ice Cream and Lemonade. s Gents Furnishings v We are small but watch us grow. viii ivi'ui nun v- rfiuiiNkw IUU11UDLVUJS fx VUlvlUii Snowflake, - .Arizona. C. A. Daniels HARNESS SADDLES : REPAIRS the best ari safest pack Sr die in Arizon Holbrook, Arizona i i! n n -1 ! i i II : i I ' i . Toma s Or tí . - i EAT See him for freshj Will tell you more i ZUCK'5 HC -1 THE HOLBR Clean Rooms, Clean Beds, N POPULAR PR Mrs. J. C. Zuck, Pi Holbrook, - - - -44 'Cost of an Education. The average yearly expenditure a pupil in the public schools of this country is given as $28.24 in the recently publshed report of the Commissioner of Education. In 1870 it was only $15.55. Nevada has the highest yearly expenditure, $72.15 a pupil, fol lowed by New York with $51.50 Montana with 49.40 and Califor nia with $49 39. " In the South the expendituee a pupil range from $6.37 for South Carolina to $20.39 for West Virginia. The new State of Oklahoma spends $15.69. New Mexico $19. 46, while Arizona with $40,41 spends $1.56 a pupil a year more than Okla homa and New Mexico combined. One-third of the States spend from $25 to $40 a pupil. The fact that one-fourth spend less than $15 and one-fourth spend more than $35 is an indication, says the commissioner, "of the geart variety in support of public ed ucation, and I believe in the opportunity offorded for school training in our various common weaths" New York Sun. For Windmills, Pumps and all kinds of repairs, see Where particular work is desired you must use IOLA PORTLAND CEMENT. Ask any cement man. For sale by A. & B. Schuster .., Coil Spring wire fencing, barb wire fencing and woven wire fencing ; for sale at A. & B. Schusters Prices made to meet ALL competition. Write for estimates on fencing. Lost an over coat, finder "will plearse return to the News office and get reward. Seer B By Associ WASHI 29. Seen of the Dej today bro of service today the service as held by A sylvania, the Treas son's fir who serv twelve yc twenty days. Secretan Wilson was appointed by President McKinley on March 4, 2897, and having served continuously ever since, today surpassed the record of Albert Gallatin, The Department of Agriclture isa comparatively hew branch of the government service and Mr. Wilson is but the third man to hold the position of secretary of that "department. His pre decessors, Jerry Rush and Sterl ing Morton, were both good men, but it required a builder and organizer like Wilson to carry along the workof the de partment to the point where the application of science and organ ized methods to farming could produce great banefit to the tiller of the soil. NOW IS THE TIME to paint your. house and to replace broken window glass and A. B. Schuster IS THE PLACE to buy them. For insurance see Sidney Sapp In the Probate Court. Of the County of Navajo, Territory of Arizoua. In the Matter of the Estate of S. E. Santistevan, Order to show Cause why order of sale of Real Estate should. Not Be Made. " ' It Appearing to this court, by the petition this day presented v ' V, of the Estate -of S. evan, deceased, tuat jary to sell the whole rtion of the real estate dent to pay the debts t and the expenses and administration. It Is Ordered by this Court rson interested in the said deceased appear said Probate Court on i 24th day of December , at the hour of ten i of said day, at the of said Court, at the e in the city of Hol rajo County Territory , to show cause why an Id not be granted to al Carrillo to sell so íesaid real estate as ecessary and that a is order be published ssive week in the Hol 's, a newspaper printed hedin the said County November 5th, 1909. R. C. Smith, f the Probate Court. blicationNov. 12,1909, 3uild a Good Town Grit Vim Push Energy Schools Morality churches - Harmony , cordiality Advertising Talk about it Vrite about it heap property peak about it ealthy location lp to improve it rtise in its papers .lizeits merchants country tributary good men to office competition in prices hibiied by good works 3 atmosphere heathly I croakers, loafers and I Let your object be re, growth and pro I your town and its peak well of the public len, and also be one of s-self. Be honest with ,w-men. JH. Lauderdale, Dental iiw&wfor the Department of the Colorado, passed through Holbrook for Fort Wingate yes terday having just returned from a two months stay at Fort Apache. The Doctor says Fort Apache is the most attractive station in the Department during the hunting and fishing season. He was accompanied by an Assistant. The Kansas City Weekly Star will be given free with every Sup senption for the Holbrook News from this date. Two good papers for the price of one. Dr. Wells, U.sTArmy Sur geon and wife left today for Fort Apache by government Dougherty ' wagon where the Doctor will take permanent sta -tion. having been transferred from Fort Robinson, Nebr his former station. ' Any fencing to do this winter? Ask A. & B. Schuster for prices on any style of fence you want. , Sheriff's Sale. . Industrial Building Loan Asso-, ciation, Plaintiff. vs, No. 177. Myers-Abel company. John Downs. Martha Downs, Ben jamin Downs. F. W. Nelson, turstee. and A. J. Bromfieid, and George H. Adams, turstees. Defendants. Under and by virtue of an ex ecution and order of "gale issued out of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the county of Navajo on the 3 id day of December, 1909. and to me as Sheriff duly directed and delivered, on the judgment rend ered in said court, in the above entitled action, on the 15th day of October, 1.906. for sum of two thousand nine hundred ninety and S5-100 ($2990,S5) dollars, with interestthereon at the rate of eight per cent per annum from March 30. 1906 until paid, together with the.sum .of three hundred ($300. 00) dollars attorneys fees, with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum until paid and the further sum of $376.80 plaintiff's costs allowed, I have this day seized and levied upon the following described property, lands and premises, situate in the town of Winslow, Navajo Csunty Territory of Arizona, to wit: Being lot number sixteen (16) and the fractional part oflot num ber fifteen (15), commencing at the northwest corner of said lot fifteen: thence in an easterly diretion and along the north boundary of said lot ore hunnred thirty two feet; thence in a southerlydirection and at right angles to said north line four feetj-thence in a westerly direc tion, and parallel to said north line, one hundred thirty two feet to the west line of said lot fifteen thence in a northerly direction along the west line of said lot. four feet, to the place of beginn ing; said lot sixteen (16) and the fractional part of fifteen (15) being of the dimensions of, tak en together, as a whole, twenty nine (29) by one hundred and thirty two (132) feet, Both being in block number one (1) in Town of Winslow, as surveved and platted by J. A. Williawson, trus tee for the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad company, the plat there olbeing filed in the office of the County Recorder of Apache Couh ty, Arizona Territory, on the 23rd day of January, 1894. together .with. all and singular the tene- mects, hereditaments and appur tenances thereunto belonging or in anyway appertaining. Public notice is hereby given that I will, at the court House door of the said county of Naya- jo, in the town of Holbrook, at the hour of two o'clock P. M. on Monday the 27th day of December 1909, in obedience to said order of sale and decsee of foreclosure and sale, sell at pubiie auction to the highest and best bidder for cash, in lawful money of the United States-, the above described prem ises, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judg ment, attorneys fees and costs of suit, and all accruing costs. Joseph F. Woods, . Sheriff. Dated December 3rd, 1909. First publication December, 3rd. Jack Smith is in town for the winter. Cold weather will drive them to'suhny . Holbrook. Here is where they all come. Iola Portland Cemehl "makes a block twice as strong as other cement. Ask any Cement man; For sale by A. B. Schuster.