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THE HOLBROOK NEWS. HOLBROOK, ARIZONA, MARCH 18, 1921.
IE I ADAMANA NOTES When judiciously used adver tising is the most efficient sales man the business world posesses Mrs. Louise Mabee, wife of bridge- foreman Mabee who is now stationed 1 at Houck, is visiting with the family of John Flynn a few days this week. nere are some ioiks in Auamana who, when asked for news, say they do not know a thing new. I won der if they are boycotting me, or do they just naturally hate to see their names in the paper. Last week fire broke out in the CROP REPORT SHOWS MUCH GRAIN HED University of Arizona, March 1,1921. Farm (ruin Stocks Large The amount of corn, wheat, oáts and barley on Arizona farms on March 1, 1921 was about the same as last year at this time. There was slightly more corn and oats, but less wheat and barley on farms than one year ago. For the United grown, which compares with 26 per cent of the 1919 crop.- Barlej 37 3IilIion More Only 7 per cent of the Arizona barley crop remained on farms on March 1, 1921. This compares with 6 per cent of the 1919 crop on farms one year ago. The farm surplus on March 1, 1921 for the entire United States was 31.6 per cent or 70,0(30,000 of the 1920 crop, against 25 per cent or 37,000,000 bushels of the 1919 crop. About 36 per cent of the 1920 crop will be shipped out of the county where grown. This compares with 35 per cent of the 1919 crop, and 39 per cent of the 1918 crop so shipped. kitchen attached to the residence of States, the amount of the 1920 croo T 1 T71 . .1.1. . . "" John Flynn, our pumper. At the I time that the fire broke out all of the family were away, and but for the timely arrival of some tame cow-boys, the house and contents would have been lost. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Clossey enter tained last Wednesday evening at an elaborately appointed dinner. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. F. McNamara, Mrs. G. W. Merrill, and Miss Bradv, all of Winslow. The table was hand somely decorated with sweet peas and horseradish. A certain young lady who is not held over to March 1, 1921 was much above the average of the past , few years. The total amount of wheat corn, oats and barley on farms on March 1 exceeded .that of last year by 820,929,000 bushels. Becord Corn Beserves The amount of corn held by Ariz ona farmers March 1, 1921 was about 28 per cent of last year's crop, com pared with 28 per cent of the 1919 crop on farms March 1, 1920. For the United States, the amount of corn on farms March 1, 1921 was 48.6 per cent of the 1920 cron. as against 37.5 per cent of the 1919 yet past school age was severely crop " ü Mrch 192- There 66 Ai If Mime .99 v Sheets and Pillow Cases , At Greatly Reduced Prices Pillow Gases- 29c -39c -49c In the Pillow Cases we have three qualities, all 42x36 inches. Extra good qality and count; -well finished throughout. 54x90; sinhje sheets; bleached 89 C Sheets 72x90; center seam, full size 99c . 81x90; large sheets X.39 Perfect bleach, standard weight; smooth linen finish; best work manship throughout. Saturday 19 to Saturday 26 The Holbrook Traders THE STORE THAT SATES YOU PENNIES" Fine Display of Easter Novelties and Candies in Window Now V A Live Business-Man In Holbrook Will have a good advertisement in ' this space next week. Are you the Live one? were 1,572,397,000 bushels held over this season, compared with 1,070,677 000 bushels last season to March 1.' This season's crop was of exception ally good quality, 87 per cent of the entire crop being reported as merchantable. Wheat Reserves Large Wheat of the 1920 crop on Ariz ona farms March 1921 was about 8 per cent, compared with 5 per cent of the 1919 crop on farms one year ago. For the United States the amount on farms March 1, 1921 was I .. 1 a ci;rr -rt . --. i 1 . die. Arthur replied that he caught r"""1 ?fW ousneis, or zt per horses and cattle with it. Then cent .the 1920 crcp- This com- the lady asked "what do you use 18 PCr CCnt r 164824000 for bait?" Arthur has not oeen , vi l"c ial3 croP on Iarms seen in town since. ""w out oi tne county where -grown was Having read in the News that the 58 per cent, compared with 60.4 per Zuni oil well had 800 feet of per- cent of the 1919 crop, and 58 Der cent of the 1918 crop. Oats Gain Heavily Over Last - amount of oats 'on Arizona this year was about. 20 per punished for breaking her slate. When the teacher asked what she would do without a slate she reí plied, "Well I don't care for that old slate anyway, because I have a Slaton hand yet." Now the teacher is wondering if she meant cow boys or school utensils. Last Thursday evening Arthur Beasley, with all his cow-boy trap pings, was sitting on his horse in front of the Adamara hotel, when I a lady tourist asked him what he does with all that rope on his sad- I GpJQ I . its CíKrcnuitivi .avcaxnnk rmiriwi yow: JbGSt OttglilO Give your engine a square deal. It will mean longer life for your auto xnobile and fewer repair bills. Zero lene is correctly refined from select ed California crude oil. Have us clean out your crank case every .1000 miles and fill with clean Eerolene. 1 fectly good brine in their well and desirous of adding one more variety of pickles to the 57 varieties they now llave, the president of the Heinz Pickling and Preserving Com pany sent a representative to Ada mana to arrange with the farmers to plant 8001 acres of cucumbers, This new variety will be known as the desertana wartless, and will be right in line with the Heinz stand ard of. quality. Robert R. Alton, our enterprising merchant, heartily approves of the Republican plan of protecting in fant industries. The very latest infant he is protecting is Johnny King, alias "the kandy kid." The 'kid' is sure some industrious. Be sides helping Robert in the store he keeps fresh water on the pet rifying wood that Robert has to sell to , the tourists. At present, the way he is fanning around Everbreeze Hill it laoks like someone would be come a mother-in-law Deiore many moons. A surprise party under the aus pices of the "better-off-single" club, gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Morgan Wednesday night and had a most enjoyable time sing ing and playing games. Water seemed to be the main factor in the games, as most all of them term inated in the victim getting a min- ature shower bath. John Beasley had to change his clothes twice. Earnest Poole said he never heard of a pool getting wetter. Every body had a damp good time and went home happy. PETRIFICADO. The farms cent of the 1920i cron. as ao-ainst 14 per cent of the 1919 crop on farms March 1 1920. For the Unit ed States 45 per cent or 689,566,000 bushels of the 1920 crop on farms on March. 1, 1921, as compared with 34 per cent or 418,983,000 bushels of the 1919 crop held over. About 28 per cent of the 1920 crop will be shipped out of the county where THE WAIL OF AN EX-EOOKIE When they declared an armistice And I recrossed the foani; I vowed I'd save a bank-roll. , When once Igot back home''. I started things a humming I tried to save some cash; (The revenue department thought I acted kind o' rash). Each year they slice my income, They tax my profits too; Most ev'rything I buy seems tagged, "A war tax please from YOU." They never let my pocket rest; As far as I can see, The gov'ment must o' went and charged The whole blame war to me. Henry Sucher. PAQUIN GARAGE South Side of River Cooper's Old Stand THE UNIVERSAL CAR Probably there is no other car that every day in the year meets the demand of the physician as does the Ford Coupe, with its permanent top, its broad seat and deep upholstering, its sliding plate glass windows, by whichin a minute the car is changed from a. closed car to an open car. Equipped with an electric starting and lighting system, demountable rims with 3Z inch tires all around and embodying all the established merits and economies of the Ford car. Let us look after your Ford car and you will get genuine Ford parts and skilled work manship. . Jennings Auto Co. Holbrook, Arizona r WHY THE EDITOR LEFT TOWN Somebody sent the editor of the Poketown gazette a few bottles of of home brew. The same day he received for publication a wedding announcement and a notice of an auction sale. Here are the results: Mm. Smith and Miss Lucy An derson were disposed of at public J auction at my farm one mile east of a beautiful cluster of roses on her breast and two white calves, before a background of farm implements too numerous to mention in the presence of about seventy guests, including two jnilch cows, six mules and one bob sled. Rev. Jackson tied the nuptial knot with two hundred feet of hay rope and the bridal couple left on one good John Deere gang nlow for an extended trip with terms to suit purchaser. They will be at home to their friends with' one good baby buggy -j and afew kitchen utensils after after ten months from date of sale to responsible parties and some fifty chickens." Exchange. f mm-'f & cinch .;" ' 11 2- why k Camels sell! m uvovS Lvjc nn "f vrJ On account of the illness of Ed itor W. J. Newsam, publication of the SpringervUle , Hustler will be suspended until about ' April 1st. WANTED In everv county an enter prising young man with bi cycle to sell the best bi cycle m'otor attachment on the market. This is an ex cellent proposition. Address Arizona and New Mexico Sales Co., 204 Monihon Bldg., Phoenix, Ariz. iTTTTimSH TtGKtESTICi eiQAmTTj You should know why Camels ere so untisual, so refreshing, so satisfying. iVsr, quality second, Csin2c!3 expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which ycull ccrtairJy prefer to either kind smolied straight ! Cameb blend malves possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet all the desirable body is there ! And, Camels never tire your taste ! r fou'll appreciate Camels freedom from any. unpleasant cigaretty after . taste or unpleasant cigaretty odor ! For your own satisfaction compare Camels puff by puff with any ciga rette in the world at any price ! Camel are mold everywhere in wúmntiñcalTy eeaJbf pacfratfee of30 ciga rette tor 20 cents ; or ten packaivm ( 300 ciHTettem) in a gJmimin paper-covered carton. We mtrongiw recommend thia carton lot tarn home or office mupply or lrbou you trmveL R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, WuU-Slein, N. C.