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The Holbrook News," Holbrook," Arizona OCT. 7, 1921
Notice ot Sale KANSAS CITY STOCK MARKET ine iau JUumDer Company, a eor- Largest Cattle Receipts This Year " poration, Plaintiif, vs. Juan Már quez and Feliz Marquee, Defen dants. Notice of Sale of Real Estate. Under and by virtue of a special ex ecution issued by the Superior Court of Navajo County, State of Arizona, in an action wherein The Hall Lumber Co., corporation, is plaintiff and Juan Már quez and Feliz Márquez, are defendants upon a judgement issued in favor of aid plaintiff and against said defen dants, for the sum of Two Hundred Seventy ($270.00) Dollars, with inter ests, attorney fees and costs of suit. and to me directed and delivered, which ' execution waa duly attested the 28th day of Sept. A. D. 1921. I have levied on all of the right, title, claim and interests of said defendants in and to the following described pro perty, to-wit: AH of Lot No. 31 of block No. 33 of the Clark Addition to the town of Holbrook, county of Navajo, State of Arizona, according to the official plat thereof, together with all improve ments thereon. Notice is hereby given that on the 22nd day of Oct. A- D. 1921, at Hol brook, Navajo County, Arizona, I will aell the above described property, or so much thereof, as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's claim, besides costs and interest, and accruing costs at Pub ic Auction, to the highest bidder for cash. Dated this 28th day of Sept A. D. 1911. X " R. L. NEWMAN, Sheriff HURPHY STUDIO WIXSLOW, ARIZONA Kodak Finishing every day. -You put it on the Film We will put it on the Print AND IT WILL STAY PUT A- 0- La Prade The Singer Sewing Machine Maa Eventually you must buy the bat. 819 Kinsley Ave., Window, Ariz Flake-Market Now Open For Business Offering Choice Cuts as Follows: Porter House Steak T-Bone -Sirloin Round - -Pot Roast . . Boiling Beef . Veal Steaks and Chops - .20 - .20 - .20 - - .20 10 and .12 1-2 .07 .20 Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Opposite Holbrook Hotel Phone 35 Give Us a Trial A PROCLAMATION Designating October 10th as Fire Prevention Dar That America cannot af ford to dally with the fire fiend or to relax her vigi lance, becomes increasingly apparent as the long list of ruinous conflagrations, fre quently attended by loss of life, continues seemingly un checked. Despite the fact that we are constantly being urged to exercise precautions for the prevention of fires and the costly experiences which we continue "to undergo, a great deal still remains to be accomplished beiore we shall have attained the goal de sired, namely that of doing away with all preventable fires. When we reflect upon the fact that approximately 15,000 persons, most of them women and children, are burned to death in the Unit ed States each year, a much larger number are seriously injured, and property a mounting to millions of dol lars destroyed, it brings for cibly to mind the necessity for constant and never-flagging effort to hold in check this monster of destruction. Obviously every day should be observed as Fire Prevention Day, but in or der that a special effort may be made to impress upon the public mind the urgent ne cessity of observing all pro per precautions to safeguard us from fire, it has been re quested by the President that the 10th day of October be set apart for this purpose. It has aptly suggested that there be told in each of our schools on the day named, the Fiftieth Anniversary of the disastrous Chicago fire, the story of that destructive conflagration brought about through man's carelessness. Now, therefore, I, Thomas E. Campbell, Governor of the State of Arizona, do here by designate Monday, Oct ober 10, 1921, as Fire Pre vention. Day, and I urge every citizen to take an ac tive part in all measures looking toward the preven tion of fires. It is requested that the day be observed by clearing up and abating any accumulations of in flammable material and abo lishing of fire hazards where ver same may be found. Le the day become one of rigid investigation of all premises with a view to preventing the inception of conflagra' tions. In this worthy move ment our churches can be of great assistance in spread mg the doctrine of careful ness from the pulpit and through the Sunday School. The promotion in our schools of systematic instruction in fire prevention should be given special attention oh this day, in order that there may come about at frequent intervals a recurrence of public realization to the ever present peril of fire and the means whereby this calami tous destruction of life and property may be averted. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set -my hand and caused the Great Seal of the State to be affixed. Done at Phoenix, the Capital, this 30th day of September, 1921. (Great Seal) THOMAS E CAMPBELL, Governor. Attest Ernest R. Hall, Se cretary of State. ... . ALIAS SUMMONS Action brought in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in 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 the County of Nayajo. The Hall Lumber Company, a corporation, Plaintiif, vb. H. VV. Wetsel and Mrs. H. W. Wetsel, and Mabel C. Bowles. Defend ant a. In the name of State of Ariz- ona, to ti. w. wetsei ana Mrs. H. W, Wetsel, defendants, Greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in. action brought against you by the a bove naWd plaintiff in the Sup erior Court of the State of Ari zona, in and for the County of Nayajo, and answer the Comp laint and amended Complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Holbrook, in said County, within twenty days after the service upon vou of this Summons, if served in thi8 said County, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the time above mentioned be ing exclusive of the ' day of ser vice, or judgement 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 for the County of Navajo, this 3rd day Summons In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for the County of Navajo. . Action brought in the ' Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Navajo, and the complaint filed in Said County Nava jo, in the office of the Cleric of said Superior Courfc. The State of Arizona, Plaintiff, vs. P. T. Coleman, and Verna Coleman'hia wife, Woodruff Irrigation Company, corporation, Jones Grigsby, . Holbrook State Bank, a corporation, A. & B Schuster Company, a corporation, and the Standard Oil Company, Defendant In the name of the State of Arizona, to P. T. Coleman and Verna Coleman, his wife, Defendants, GREETING: You are Hereby Summoned and re quired to appear in action brought a gainst you by the above named plaintiff in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Nava jo, and answer the Complaint filed therein with the Clerk of thia said Court, at Holbrook, in said County, within twenty days after the service upon you of this Summons, if served in this said county, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times 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 Superior Court of the state of Ari- ona, in and for the County of Navajo, this 29th day of Sept., 1921. (Seal) LLOYD C. HENNING. Clerk oi the superior I ourt By OLIVE CLARKE, Deputy Clerk. CLASSIFIED LINERS . WANTED We will pay spot cash for Ford touring car or roadster bodies in usable condition. JENNINGS AUTO GO. FOR SALE Rabbits- Giant Flemish . Phone 87 BABY CHICKS: T-A-N-C-R-E-D-S 300 eggs White Leghorns, Golden Burl and Brown Leghorns, Anconas, tyack Minorcas, Buff Orpmg tons, R. I. Reds, Barred and White Rocks. ENOCH- CREWS, Seabright California. Fisher and Harbrecht Merchant Tailors CLEANING-PRESSING Adjoining Millinery Store HOLBROOK, - ARIZONA BUILD A HOME AND BE HAPPY Chas Crumely CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Ineect Mother's Sacrifice. The last net In the life of the female cochineal Insect Is to lay a large num ber of eggs, upon which her dead body rests, protecting them from the burn- Paquin Garage and General Repair Shop LATHEWORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED South Side of River Amended List 3-8465 RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST Notice is hereby given that the lands described below, embracing 146.52 acres, within the sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, will be subject to settlement and entrr under the provisions of the homestead laws of the United states and the act of June 11, 1906 (34 sUt, 233), at the United states land office at Phoenix, Arizona on December 13, 1921. Any settler who was actually and in good faith claiming any of said lands tor agricultural purposes prior to Jan uary 1, 1906, and has not abandoned same, has a preierence rignt lomase a homestead entry for the lands actually occupied, said lands were listed upon toe applications oi me persons men tioned below, who have a preference right subject to the prior right of any such settler, provided such settler or applicant is qualified to make home stead entry and the preference right is exercised prior to December 13. 1921, on which date the lands will be subject to settlement and entry by any qualified nerson. A tract oí iio.dz acres, witoin Ing rays of the sun until the little ones i ,nsurv'eyed, but what may be when sur eirerge. of October, 1921. (Seal) Lloyd C. Henning Clerk of said Superior Court. By Olive Clark, Deputy Clerk. 4t. veyed, sees. 26, 27, 34 and 35, T.42 N., R. 17 E., G. & S. B. M. , described by H. E. S. No. 650. The above lands are restored to enable George E. Gardner to amend his B. E. 033826, Phoenix series, to secure the tract in its proper entirety. List 3-3465 amended. September 14, 1921. D. K.PARROTT Acting Assistant commissioner of the General Land Office CITY HOTEL In a Class by itself. Thorovghly Modern. Mrs. C. H. EDMUNDS, Prop. Hogs Higher; Lambs Steady Receipts today were 35, 000 cattle and 6000 calves. the largest run thus far this year by about 4000 head. m J ? a iraain? opened siowiv on sharply lower bids and later became fairly active, with ted grades steady and steers mostly 15 to 25. cents lower. Hogs were in active demand and 10 to 25 cents above Sat urday. Sheep and lamb prices unchanged with a fair ly good demand. Today's Receipts. Receipts today were 35. 000 cattle, 5500 hogs, and lo, UUU sheep, compared with 28,000 cattle, 5500 hosrs. and 9000 sheep a week ago, and 22,890 cattle, 10,575 hogs, and 13,450 sheep a year ago. Beef Cattle . Only a small percent" of the offerings today showed dry feed, and that class rul ed steady. Strictly choice grass fat steers and the com mon kinds were steady, but other classes were 15 to 25 cents lower. There was a fairly large shipping and or der demand for medium weight steers and while these orders were being filled there was some activity to t h e trade. Cows and heifers were mostly 10 to 15 cents lower, and veal calves down 25 to 50 cents. Stockers and Feeders Selected stockers and feed ers were fully steady and the other classes sold slowly, 15 to 25 cents lower. A good many country buyers were here, and more will be here tomorrow as many have been holding back for heavy re ceipts. Hogs i Hogs were 10 to 15 cents higher, and pigs up to 25 cents. Demand was active and pens were cleared of all offerings before the noon hour. The top - price was $7.90 and bulk of sales $7.25 to $7.85. Pigs sold up to $835. Receipts will continue light for another two weeks. Sheep and Lambs. Trade in both sheep and lambs was active at steady prices. The bulk of the of ferings, western lambs sold at $8.00 to $8.35, top 8.40. Average quality was fairly good. Ewes were quoted at $3.50 to 4.50. Feeding lambs brought $6. 00 to $6.75. Horses and Mules v Receipts of horses a n mules showed a moderate increase. Demand was a ittle better. Prices were unchanged as follows: Drafters good to choice 1500 to 1700 pounds, $100 to $175. Fair erood. $60 to $100, Chunks $50 to $115, Southerners, $20 to 100, plugs $5 to $20, Choice heavy mules $120 to $140, medium weights $5 to $85, 13 1-2 to 14 hand grades, $25 to $65. Charles M. Pipkin, Market Correspondent. TAKE THIS TIP Can goods of all descriptions are go ing to be higher this winter than for a long time. You'll Be Paying War Time Prices for tomatoes, corn, peas, canned fruits and the like within a month or so. Then why not do what thousands are doing in other sections of the country-and they are not hoard ing, either Lay in a Scpply Now Phone 75 Babbit Bros. Trading Co, HARDWARE GROCRKS DRY COOPS Our different fall lines are arriv ing daily. Come in and see the new winter hats, dresses, etc. We are headquarters for sports men, with a nice line of big game guns. A. & B. SCHUSTER CO. BOOTS & Watches : Diamonds : Jewelry Jewelry Manufacturing Silverware pía Gifts That Last Enduring masterpieces of and Silver. 1 Precious Stones These are the Gifts that Last Gold IF": H. W. Hughes H. J. Hammer Veterinary Surgeon and Denttst Paquin Garage for 30 days FIREINSURANCE "SAFETY FIRST SERYICE - TEN YEARS EXPERIENCE REPRESENTING LARGE AND LEADING COMPANIES LLOYD C. HENNING HOLBROOK. ARIZONA " Now Have The Famous ELLET.KENDAL & SHELBY lines of Mens and Boys Shoes Quality Service Low Price Is My Motto M. M. Jordan The Shoe Man HARDWARE, ENGINES, WIND- riTDlTITITDr r U lA 11 i 1 U IV Ei MILLS. PIPE FITTINGS WETZLER SUPPLY CO. HOLBROOK, - - ARIZONA SIDNEY SAPP Attorney at Law Practicing in ell the Courts Holbrook. Arizona Imperial Laundry Agency Antiseptic Barber Shop GUY FRANKLIN, Prop. REESCAFi The Restaurant that deals in good Food aAd Courtesy.' ' FRANK B. REES, Prop.