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Thb Holbrook News, Holbkook. Arizona May 13, 1921
Proceedings of the Board of
Supervisors
Pursuant to statuary requirements the Board of Supervisor met this day
in regular session and there were present all the members of the Board and the
lerk and county attorney.
The minutes of the meetings held April 4, 5, 6 and 14 were read and appro
Ted as read.
The following demands were audited, allowed and ordered aid.
Dem.
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842 Wo. A. Lee, Salary $ E0.00
Todd Protoctograph, Supplies 14.41
The Old Trails Garage, Auto Hire 27.10
T. R. Greer, official expense 113.29
Band of Northern Arizona, rent ". 24.00
University of Arizona, appropriation 83.33
M. R. Tanner, contigent expense for April 63.45
C. H. Jordan, assignment 5.00
R. L Newman, official expense for April 109.20
Eimond Gardner, official expense 27. 71
Creswell Transfer Co.. supplies for indigents 7.0C
Holbrook Light and Pr. Co , light and supplies 36.71
Nestor. Baca, supplies for indigents 12 2u
J. W. Bazell, medical and surgical services Sl.Q
W. B. Woods, te'ephone rents and tolls.. .r. 66.00
Central Drug Co., supplies 13.00
H. D. Lore, expense, commiason and maps...- 276.52
W. S. Farr, Sten. work for attorney 71.4!
Geo P Sampson, medical services indigent.; - 47.00
Navajo Garage, labor, repairs, storage and supplies "6.87
Bazell Motor Co., auto hire anu supplies 131.70
T P Greer, official expense 19.15
w E Shumway, official expense 30.50
Tharwald Larson, professional services 125.C0
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CHARLES G. SPENCER
MAKES FINE RECORD
Maintains Average of .9678 for
12 Years at Traps.
H Also Holds Professional Champion,
hip of United States and Canada
Consistency Has Bsn Fea
ture of His Work.
One of the most remarkable records
ever made In trapshooting is that held
by Charles G. Spencer of St. Louis.
In 12 years Spencer, who is a profes
sional, has shot at 64,745 targets and
has made a grand' average of .0678.
No other professional has approached
Arizona Bureau of Mines, maps...
Union Oil Co , gas and oil
867 J M Patterson, official expense
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X80
j m Patterson, cash O Jury Cor. S tax
E S Clark, retaining fee ".
Winslow Undertaking Co., burial of indigent
Navajo Garage, auto hire
Grimes Strassforth Stationery Co., supplies
Len Hopson auto hiie
Geo Jackson auto hire
O C Williams official expense
R C Kaufman rent Justice of the Peace Winslow.
Jennings Auto Co supplies
R L Newman refund on civil docket
Mrs R L Newman board for prisoners
5.3!
. 44.48
41.81
134.00
10C0 00
20.00
14.00
3.84
33.00
30.00
70.10
16.00
17.75
10.00
72.40
- The following salaries were allowed for the month of spril .warrants No.
2442 and 2443 being issued to cover.
Name
J. E. Crosby
Velma W. Nelson
L. C. Henning
Olive Clarke
- C. E. Owens
R. C. Creswell
J. E. Richards
M. R. Tanner
R. L. Newman
Wm Lee
James Dobhs
C H Frost
H W Wetsel
J M Patterson
T R Greer
W E Shumway
O G Williams
John Lewu
First half
62.50
75.00
i.3.75
25 00
54.17
45.83
45.83
75.00
150.00
50.0 J
12.50
37.50
37.50 -93.75
101.17
93.75
62.50
62.50
To be continued next week.
Second half
62.50
75.00
93.75
25.00
54.17
45.83
45.83
75.00
150.00
50.00
37.50
37.50
37.50
93.75
104.17
9?. 75
62.50
62.50
AID FOR THE LEGION BOYS
'Directory of General Information of
Especial Interest to All Ex
Service Men.
To aid the veteran of the World war
to ndjust his affairs with the govern
ment and to settle other interests of
x-service men, the American Legion
has published the following directory
of Information centers:
COMPENSATION CLAIMS: Compensa
tion and Claims Division, Bureau of War
Klsk Insurance, Washington, D. C. Out
standing claims which cannot be adjusted
- locally and tuose which have long been
held up by complications in correspond
ence with official bureaus may fee sub
mitted lor adjustment to the Compensa
tion Editor, The American Legion Week
ly, New York City.
GOVERNMENT INSURANCE: Insur
ance Division, Bureau of War Risk Insur
ance, Washington, D. .
ALLOTMENTS AND ALLOWANCES:
Allotments and Allowance Division, Bu
reau of War Risk Insurance, Washington,
V. c.
VOLUNTARY ALLOTMENT: Allotment
Division, Army Finance Office, Washlng-
Bonus Sec-
fVaahington,
ton,
SIXTY DOLLAR BONUS:
tion. Army Finance Office,
P. C. -
LIBERTY BONDS: Bond Branch,
Army Finance Office, Washington, J. C.
ADDITIONAL TRAVEL PAY CLAIM:
Additional Travel Pay Section, Army
Finance Office, Washington, D. C.
VOCATIONAL TRAINING: Apply by
letter or in person to District Voca
tional Officer, Federal Board for Voca
tional Education, at one of the fourteen
regional offices; or write directly to Re
habilitation Division, Federal Board for
Vocational Education, Washington, D. C.
HOSPITALIZATION OR MEDICAL
TREATMENT: Apply to eiilier O) Dis
trict Supervisor, U. S. Public Health
Ser rice in one of fourteen regional dis
tricts; (2) Field Examiner at one of eight
branch offices of Bureau of War Risk
Insurance; or (3j write directiy to Sur
geon General of the Public Health Serv
ice, Washington, D. C, or Hospital Di
vision, Bureau of War Risk Insurance,
i Washing ton, D. C.
CIVIL SERVICE: Civil Service Com
mission, Washington, D. C.
VICTORY MEDALS: Apply to nearest
Main Recruiting Office, or write to Vic
tory Medal Section, Adjutant General's
Office, Washington, D. C
LOST DISCHARGE PAPERS: Apply
to the Adjutant General of the Army,
Washington, D. C; The Bureau of Navi
gation, Washington. D. C, or to the
Major General Commandant, U. S. Marine
Corps, Washington, D. C.
SIGNAL CORPS PHOTOS: Photo
graphic Section, U. 8... Signa! Corps.
: Washington. D. C. Catalogues listing
! titles of Army photos and giving prices
ef various sizes may be consulted at
most public libraries.
LAND: Apply by letter or In person to
either the Public Land Office, Department
iof the Interior, Washington, D. C. or to
any one of the branch offices throughout
the country.
LAWS AND PENDING LEGISLA
TION: For information as to botn na
tional and state legislation, apply to
Chairman,' State Legislative Committee,
American Legion, your Department Head
quarters. GRAVES (Service to Dead): Cemeterial
Branch,. Quartermaster General's Office.
Washington, D. C.
EMPLOYMENT: Apply to employ-
Tnant officer of Legion post, or to em
ployment officer of Department Head
miartera. If employment offices are not
maintained by your post or department.
your inquiry will be referred to the proper
authorities.
LEGION LAWMAKER ALL THERE
Youngest Member ot .Jorth Dakota
Legislature Produces Results for
His Fellow Buddies.
. - -
To Robert J. Boyd, a member ot
ailbert C. Grafton Post No. 2 or the
American Legion
at Fargo, N. P..
goes the honor of
being the young
est member of the
house of repre
sentatives of the
North Dakota leg
islature. He is
twenty-five years
old.
A former presi
dent of the Fargo
Trade and Labor
assembly and an
- active member of
the Pressmen's union at Fargo, Mr.
Eoyd was active In support of sev
eral bills advantageous to organized
labor. He was also a strong advocate
of legislation backed by the North Da
kota department of the Legfon.
Among the results of his work are:
the passage of bills making Armistice
day a legal holiday, protecting the
Legion emblem-and increasing tax for
bonus fund from three-fourths to one
mill on taxable property. He also led
the tight which resulted in the pass
age of a resolution urging congress
to pass the Fordney five-fold compen
sation bill, a measure backed by the
Legion.
For
e v.-1
The Victim's Pelt.
our part, whenever we see
i .-.!-: ?1 (iO worth of fur on
.Je- I cr li:;slianr skinned
Dnüiis N. v s.
' ' '
Victory for the Legion.
The closing of the United States
public health service hospital for tu
bercular ex-service men at llarkle
ton. Pa., by order of Assistant Secre
tary of the Treasury Kxving Laporte.
is regarded by American Legion offi
cials as a great victory for the ex
service men's national policy in re
gard to disabled veterans. This hos
pital was first denounced as an im
proper place for the treatment of tu
bercular ex-service men by F. W. Gnl
braith, Jr., national commander of the
American Legion, in a speech in Phil
adelphia last November. His stand
numerous Investigations
government authorities, and
appeal from 90 tubercular
being treated there.
followed
made by
a public
veterans
First in Membership Contest.
Ill the first published list of leading
posts in the Kansas membership con
test of the American Legion, Cul
Muthewsou post Xo. 280 of Ediuoud,
Kan., takes first place. Next in order
are the Legion posts at Sterling, Elk
hart, Weir and Logan. Seventy-eight
posts in Kansas have already passed
their 1920 membership, while ten posts
have uo delinquent members.
o
The Sunflower in Russia.
Sunflower cultivation has become an
industry In southern Russia, where the
people have found the seeds a substi
tute for olives in making oil. The Rus
sian eats the kernel. An acre of sun
flowers yields about 00 bushels of
seeds, and these in tv.rn yield more
than SO gallons of o'.l.
t Charles G. iipeneer.
this mark. He holds the professional
championship of the United States and
'nada, having won the title In open
competition.
The feature of his work at the traps-
has not been the averages made- by
hlai in single years, but his consist
ently good work over a stretch of
years. He lias led the professional
trapshooters twice, averaging better
than 07 per cent on those occasions,
and never has be fallen below.
Some years ago he broke W55 straight
targets in one tournament, which stiil
stands as a world's record for one
shoot. Last year he shot at more
than 11,000 targets and averaged .9659.
He won the Hazard doubles target tro
phy, emblematic of the world's cham
pionship, and created a new world's
record In winning the title. He broke
311 straight targets in one shoot, the
best mark of the year; in fact, he
broke 410 straight la that shoot, but
the other 99 were from 18 yards and
w ere not registered ; therefore, his Sll
stands as the record.
FIGHTER MUST WIN OR LOSE
Massachusetts Boxing Commission No
tifies Referees That Draw Deci
sions Are Barred.
Any professional boxer that lights
in Massachusetts is sure to win or
'.ose. The boxing commission has no
tified all authorized judges and refer
ees that draw decisions were forbid
den. The point made by the commla-1
sioners is that there is always a shade'
of difference between boxers' perform
ances.
Lalonge Wants to Be Good.
MicKey Lalonge, catcher, who be
longs to Kansas City, but last year
played with independent teams at Oil
City and Newcastle, wants reinstate
ment. . .
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
The Candidate Is around Mining the
Voter, who is Receiving Gobs of At
tention for Change. After Election
he Will Tell the Voter Go Take a Gal
lop for Himself, but Right Now the
Candidate will Promise Anything. We'd
Hate to be a Candidate and Promise
Things We Couldn't Deliver.
Custom Worth Preserving.
In Bavaria, before the war at iearf.
there were all sorts of kindly little
celebrations and other things which
made life friendlier and more pleasant.
If an employee had remained in the
time place for five, seven, ten years,
etc., his employer frequently gave him
a sort of little Jubilee celebration. Nor
did the employees forget the chief's
birthday or "i:amedny." Nothing ex
pensive a glass or two of wine,
cake, a little friendly speech.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will be re
ceived by the Navajo County
Highway Commission until 11
a. m. May 23. 1921, for the fol
lowing; work on the Holbrook
Snowflake road beginning at 16
miles aouth of Holbrook, ex
tending one mile couth.
The work consists of approxi
mately the following:
1100 cu. yds. Gravel Surfac-
img.
Specifications may be obtained
from W. J. Hookway, Secretary
Each bid must be accompanied
by a certified check for 5 per
cent of the total amount bid.
Proposals shall be addressed
to W. J. Hookway, Secretary.
and plainly marked on outside of
envelope" Proposals Sec. J -Pro
ject7. .
The Commission reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
W. J. Hookway,
Secretary Highway Commission.
THE CHURCHES
Methodist
Sunday Services
FRANK 11. SPECK, Pastor.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Scaled proposals will, be re
ceived by the Navajo County
Highway Commission until 11 a.
m. May 23, 1921. for the follow
ing work on the Winslow-Reser-
vation read at (Fur and Feath
er.)
The work consists of approxi
mately t íe following:
1200 cu. yds. Roadway Ex
cavation, f
300 cu. yds. drain dicth.
1500 cu. yds. roadway borrow.
500 cu. yds. gravel surfacing,
Spcifications may be obtained
from W. J. Hookway, Secretary.
Each bid must be accompanied
Dy a certified cneck lor 5 per
ceat of the total amount bid.
Proposals shall be addressed
toW. J. Hookway, Secretary,
and plainly marded on outside of
envelope "Proposals Sec. B Pro
ject 6.
QThe Commission reserves the
ruht to reject any or all bids.
W. J. Hookway.
Secretary, Highway Commission
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will be re
ceived by the Navajo Covnty
Highway Commission until 11 a.
m. May S VdZl for the follow
ing work on the Winslow-Reservation
road, beginning about two
miles east of Winslow,
The work consists of approxi
mately the following:
4C00 cu. yds. roadway borrow.
600 cu. yds, gravel surfacing.
20 cu. yds. rubble masonry
(DIP.)
30 bags cement. (DIP)
Specifications may be obtained
from W. Í. Hookway, Secretary.
Each bid must be accompaied
by a certified check for 5 per
cent of the total amount bid.
Proposals shall be addressed
to W. J. Hookway, Secretary.
and plainly marked on outside of
envelope "Proposals for Sec. A-
Project 6.
Tne Commission reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Secretary, tíighway Commission
Sunday School at 10:00 A.
M.
Keep up the morale of the
boys and girls through the
summer months by -bringing
them with you to Sunday
School. Efficient teachers,
good music and an interest
ing lesson make our Sunday
School a good place for big
and little alike.
There will be preching ser
vice this week. Neither will
there be an Epworth League
meeting. The congreation
is invited to attend the Bac
calureate service in the High
School Autiorium at 8:00 P,
M. The subject of the ser
mon at this service will be
"A Young Man's Capital.
The Union Choir under the
direction of H. Perry Carter,
wun miss isia uuara as
pianist, will sing "The Hea
vens are Telling," by Hay-
den and "Praise Ye t h
Father," by Gound. Miss
Guard will also sing " a solo.
o
Statement of the ownership, man
agemeni, circulation, etc.. re
quired by the act of congress of
August 24, 1912. of Holbrook
News, published weekly at Hol
brook, Arizona,tor April 1,1921
SITE OF ARIZONA,),
County of Navajo, 'ss
Before me, a notary miblic in and for
the state and county aforesaid, uerson-
al appeared Sims Ely, who, having
oeen auiy sworn according to law, de
poses and says that he is the editor of
the Holbrook News andthatthe follow
ing is, to .he best of his knowledge and
belief, a true statement of the owner,
ship, managent, etc., of the aforesaid
publication for the date shown in the
above caption, required by the Act of
August 24, 1912, embodied in section
443, Postal Laws and Regulation,
printed on the reverse of this form, to
wit:
Publisher, Mrs. G. M. Braxton, On
tario, California.
Editor, Sims-tiy, Holbrook, Arizona.
Managing Editor, Sims Ely. Holbrook.
Arixona.
Business Manager, Sims Elv. Hol
brook, Arizona.
That the owner is: Mrs. G. M. Brax
ton, Ontario, California.
That the known bondholders, mort
gagees, and other security holders own
ing or holding 1 per cent or more of to
tal amount of bonds, mortgEsres. or
other securities are: None.
That the two paragraphs next above.
giving the names of the owners, stock
holders, and security holders, if any,
contain not only the list of stockholders
and security holders as they appear up
on the books of the company but also,
iu cases where the stockholders or se
curity holder appears upon the books
of the company as trustee or any other
fiduciary relation, the name of the per
son or corporation for whom such trus
tee is acting, is given; also that the
said two paragraphs contain statements
embracing affiant's full knowledge and
belief as to the circumstances and con
ditions under which stockholders who
do not appear upon the books of the
company as trustees, hold stock and
securities in a capacity other than that
of a bona tide owner; and this affiant
has no reason to believe that any other
person, association, or corporation has
any interest direct or indirect in the
said stock, tonos, or other securities
than as so stated by him.
SIMS ELY
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 21st day of April, 1921.
(Seal) E.M.UUKY -
(My commission expires Nov. 11, 1922.)
Secret ef Leadership.
The secret of the world's leadership
right In our keeping. To under
stand men we look at ourselves. To
know what Is without, we must study
what Is within. To lead i-bers iri
must lead ourselves. Our power win
umn grow. So wili our Influence.
Exchange.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will be re
ceived by the Navajo County
Highway Commission until 11
a. m. May 23rd, 2921 for the fol
lowing work on the Holbrook
Snowflake road about 1J miles
north of Snowflake. extending
about 3 miles.
Tbe work consists of approxi
mately the following:-
45C0 cu. yds. roadway borrow.
1400 cu. yds. gravel surfacing.
624 ft. lumber B. M.
20 cu. yds. solid rock excava
tion.
Specifications may be obtained
from W. J. Hookway, Secretary.
Eie'.i bid must be accompained
by a certified check for 5 per
cent of the total amount bid.
Proposals shall be addressee
to W.J. Hookway. Secretary, and
plainly marked on outside ol
envelope "Proposals Sec. I-Pro-
ject 7.
The Commissiop reserves tht
fight to reject any or all tide.
VV. J. Hookwey,
Secretary Highway Commission.
0
Where Brains Don't Count.
One f the strangest "Things in thle
wrld 1 bow difficult It Is for an In
tellectual to change tire on a motor
ear. Dallas New.
Summons
ACTION BROUGHT IN THE SU
PERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
OF ARIZONA, I AND FOR THE
COUNTY OF NAVAJO, AND THE
COMPLAINT FILED IN SAID
COUNTY OF NAVAJO, IN THE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF
SAID SUPERIOR COURT.
In the Superior Court
of the
State of Arizona, in and for Navajo
County.
The Arizona State Bank, a Corpora
tion, PlaintiiT, vs. G. N. Umberger,
Defendant.
In the name of the State of Arizona,
to G. N. Umberger, Defendant, Greet
ing:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you Dy tne aDove namea plain
tiff in the Superior Court of the State
of Arizona, in and for the County of
Navajo, and answer the Complaint
therein filed with tne Clerk of this
.id Court, at Holbrook, in said Coun
ty, within twenty days after the serv
ice upon you oi tnis summons, n
erved in this said County, or in aJl
Dther cases within thiity days there
after, the times above mentioned be-ins-
exclusive of the day of service, or
judgment by default will be taken
against you. .
Given under my hand and the Seal
of the Superior Court of the State of
Arizona, in and lor tne county oi
Navajo, this 18th day of March, 1921.
(Seal) LLOYD C. HENNING,
Clerk of said Superior Court.
By OLIVE CLARKE, Deputy Clerk.
Baby's Dire Peril.
Mother and little Kts?n were tty
itairs when they hoard iittle sister
fall oft the couch. Kathrvn said : "O,
mother. If that baby doesn't stop fall
lag she's going to ruin herselt."
-Mercisxvelscme news for
all tire users. Just when
ycu are ready to replace your
old,vom-&ut tires vith
xisw enes, Diamond answers
the calí cf the times with a
3 iiM
í P7T
j
0 Bis
clhes2 splendid kigk'Tnlkzge tires are
noio avaüuhh ci thsjcHawing prices:
.i. i,
SIZE corta i-ak:c hí tuce crat tuses
303 14. G O Z.7D 2.23
30xS' 23.53 I&.CO 3.20 2.65
32x3 34.15 21.CO C.O 3.00
33x4 44.7S 29.40 .25 3.83
34x44 52.5S 39.EO G.50 4.90
Now is the time to invest
. in Diamonds
THE DIAMOND RUBBUTL COMPANY, INC.
cAhpon OHIO
You Cannot Afford to Over
look our wonderful
special this week.
We have sliced prices on - .
Flagstaff Potatoes
, Lov-Me Flour
Ask us about our special on
Del Monte Pink Beans
Babbitt Bros, Trading Co.
y
STOP
LOW
TM
i Mi
3 Cakes of Palmolive - 25c
3 pkgs. Knox Gelatine 25c
Saturday and Monday Specials at
The Holbrook Traders
'The Store That Saves You Pennies"
A Failure In Life.
JL Bad 6tory reaches us from South
west London. It appear tliut 1 p!rl
of twenty attempted sutdiie lefnue
she realized she was too old to writo
either a popular novel or a book of
poems. From Punch, London.
Medicine in Literature.
Jud Tunkln says that half the goo4
a bottle of medicine t(f hlui. Is I
the encouragement ho nets from read
Idk the literature wr;ppM around tt

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