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-: THK HOLBROOK. NEWS, HÜLBKUOK, AKIZüNA. DgC. 9. 1921 BUSINESS DIRECTORY s when; volt vsr !-& Ar.!Z0I(A HOTEL lqmsoNs. prop- :;í lnaVrlAet Management. All utiídTiooms. Good acco mmodations, moderate rates. M.CGIBSS PHONE lOll . RO BOX 528 G1BBSE1BBS,lawyers i .ggYSICIANS BUILDING. 5 PHOENIX. ARIZ. '' PRACTICE BEFORE ALL COURTS SPECIALIZE STATES FEDERAL LANDS C H. JORDAN ATTOBNEY AT LAW Notary Public Holbrook, ArUona SIDNEY SAPP Attorney at Law Holbrook News Notes Practicing in alk the Courts Holbrook, ArUona k HOME AND BE HAPPY Chas CONTRACTOR & BUILDER ÜÜRPHY STUDIO WINSLOW, ARIZONA Kodak Finishing every day. Yo put It on the Film We will put it on the Print. And it will btay put "SAFETY FIRST SERVICE . TEN TEARS EXPERIENCE REPRESENTING LARGE AND LEADING COMPANIES LLOYD C. IIENNING HOLBROOK. ARIZONA H. J. Pknaer ' Veterinary Surgeon and Denttst Paquin Garage for 30 days j NOTICE OF SALE - Certain property having been stored in my warehouse for more than fix montbi. without stor- age charges being paid, notice is hereby eiren that two o clock p. m. on November 30th, 1921, at my back warehouse near the Little Colorado River, the fol lowing property will be sold to wit: One stove, one trunk and contents, household goods, ' furniture, and other articles. This said sale is made to settle charges against said property of One i Hundred andino 100 ($100.00) dellars, and this sale will be made at public auction, one article at a time to the high est bidder for cash. Dated this 15th day of Noy- caber A. D. 1921. C. H. Jordan, lit. Pub. 18th. Last 25th. This Malt is postponed Dec. 10lh.' - until Mrs. Rice, wife of opera tor Hice of the Santa Fe, has assumed control of the City Hotel, and no - doubt will make a success of the undertaking. Geo. Peterson, the ranch man, paid Holbrook a visit the early part of the, week. Miss Florence Owen, pri vate secretary to Dr. Taylor, who is now in New York, will return to Holbrook shortly after Xmas. j D. J. Thomas is on the Coast on business, Geo. Woolfordof Showlow was in town during the week. Judge Crosby has empan llei a gran J jury. The Jury tfUl meet December 19. J. W. Richards of St. Jose ph spent Monday in town. Don't forget to shop early in the month, early in the week, early in the day. A fine snow fell Monday merht and Tuesday. It was the first real sign of winter. Do your Xmas shopping early. Don t forget. Joe Chaves of Winslow was in town Tuesday. He says he is "courting." M. L: Flake of Flake Bros Snowflake, was in town Mon day. Mr. Flake is much pleased With the volume of business their market is do ing. L. M. Rayolds returned to Albuquerque last Satur day evening. Boost the Holbrook field. Get rid of that nervous, fretful feeling. Brace up. Take Tanalac and you will look everybody in the face wicn a smiie. aoia ai xioi brook Drug Co. -Advertise ment WhyNot? Billy's Batik Blouses -This Xmas The Merchants & Stock Growers Bank Provides Safety and Earning Power for Your Funds: Gives you a Modern Banking Service: Affords Safety for your valuables and legal papers at a reas onable rental: And invites your account whether large or small. COMBINED RESOURCES CLOSE TO A MILLION Officers and 'Directors JOHN R. HULET, President D. J. THOMAS Vice-President L. E. HOLCOMB. Cashier. ' C. C. GOODNSR. Ass't. Cashier , ROBERT SCOTT C. H. BROWN WM. H. DAGG M. J. NORTON. Manager, St Johns branch. JOS. UDALL CLE. GREER We Invite Your Account Bank by mail if more convenient. fjj Cjt if t Sn ggestioiis i FOR GENTLENAN Bath Robes House Slippers Fancy Neckwear Linen, Initial Handkercheifs Auto Robes Silk and Wool Hosiery Shirts, all textures and styles American Gentleman Bill Folds Klingmade Raincoats and O vercoais FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Bath Robes Slippers Games Dolls Trains Cooking Sets Pocket Books Ribbons Handkerchiefs Neckwear for boys Complete line Xmas Candy FOR LADIES Beacon Bath Robes Corduroy Robes House Slippers Evening Slippers Hand Bags Silk and Wool Hosiery Silk Petticoats, Bloomers and Vests Phillipine Hand Embroidered Underwear . Blouses, Coats, Suits and Dresses Silk Dress Patterns' Fancy Brassiers and Camisoles Full L ine Pocket Books FOR INFANTS ,C rib blankets Knit bootees, sachs Wool Hosiery Complete Line Munsingwear Toys v (in Wool for Infants M Í n i t H. H. SCORSE STORE T. H. Jordan, mamager of the Zuni Oil Company, spent Sunday and Monday in Hol brook. ' x . Miss Pauline Woods of Winslow is assisting with the work in 'attorney Jor dan's office this week. Tanalac; the remarkable remedy that everybody is talking about, is sold b y Holbrook Drug Co. -advertisement. Dr. Sampson of Winslow paid the county seat a visit on Monday. Mrs. Smith, who for some time past has been in active management of ; the Com mercial Hotel, retired the first of the month and the hotel is now in the hands of Julius Wetzler, its owner. R C Creswell of Winslow attended a meeting of the Board of Supervisors Monday. NOTICE OF SALE OF INDIAN DAY SCHOOL PLANT Adamaría Sealed bids, marked on the outside of the envelopes, "Bid on Day School Plant." will be received by me until Janaarv 12. 1922. at 2 o'clock p. m.. for the purchase of what is known as the East Fork Day School, situated a bout three miles above Fort Apache on the East Fork of White River. With the day school plant will go three parcels of land on which it is lo cated, designated by a survey made by Arthur K. luioop as tracts "A and "C" containing approximately fifty' one (511 acres of land. The plant con sists of oie schoolroom building, with kitchen and washroom attached, one four room cottage, chickenhouse, stable and outbuildings. Appertaing thereto is a small orchard, well with windmill and tank, fences, etc. Prospective bid ders may examine the blueprint at this office. Each bidder must enclose with his bid a certified check, payable to the Commissioner of Indian affairs, for not less than 25 per cent of his bid. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be return ed. The check of the successful bidder will be held to apply on the purchase price, the other 75 per cent to be due and payable when the dead is éxecuted. Bid tor less than $4000 will not be con sidered. The proceeds of this proposed sale will go to the Fort Apache Tribe of Indians, and the right is reserved to re ject any or all bids should the interests of the said Indians so demand. ine richt is also reserved to stipulate in the deed of transfer that the said day school plant, grounds, etc., shall be maintained for the education of Apache Indian children for a term of not less than ten years, the title to revert to the government for the use of these Indians in case of failure so to main tain; and the further right is reserved to continue the water connection for domestic useB at the Farmers Station adjoining on the northeast of this plant with the water system now in use for this dav school plant, la manner simi lar to the present usage. CHARLES L. DAVIS, Superintendent. Fort Apache Indian School, Whiteriver, Arizona, DecemDer6, 1921. F. 9 L. 30. Fred W. Nelson of St. Johns was in town during the week transacting busi ness. Subscribe for the News. mm WM won t burn your V A pipé tongue if yon smoke R A.! The Adamand'spuded in their first well in the lower 60 feet of the De Chelly or ííoenkopie formation of the Permian age. The drill has passed through the Coconino and Uvber Subai. the Lower Supai and Upper Goodridge and is now 285 feet in . t TT - T-h 1 m 1 1.1 r . mm. i V me upper neawau or aataaie uooanage or tne Middle rennyl 'vanian age. This formation is estimated to be 400 feet in thickness, to be composed of gray and blue limestones, gray and blue shales and sandstones and is described as a prospective oil horizon. Oil is found in this formation in the San J uan Field, also in the Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, "Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Illinois Fields. Following is a complete log of the Adamana well; - Tof Bottom 0 6U S34 394 439 481 549 Prlne Albrt it mold in toppy rmd ' Imvs, tidy rmd tinm, handmoma pound and half pound tin humidor and in tha t pound crystal glass humidor with mponga moistaner top. il . Get that pipe-party-bee. buzzing in your smoke section! Know for a fact what a joy'us jimmy pipe can and will do for your peace and content! Just check up the men in all walks of life you meet daily who certainly get top sport out of their pipes. all aglow .with fragrant, delightful, friendly Prince Albert! And, you can wager your week's wad that Prince Albert's quality and flavor and coolness and its freedom from bite and parch (cut out by our exclu sive patented process) will ring up records in your little old smokemeter the likes of which you never before could believe possible! You don't get tired of a pipe when it's packed with Prince Albert! Paste that in your hat! And, just between ourselves! Ever dip into the sport of rolling 'em? Get somePrince Albert and the makin's papers quick and cash in on a ciga rette that will prove a revelation! Red shale Hard cross bedded sandstone. Yellow limestone...' : White shale....:....... Buff sandstone Buff & red sandstone , Water Red sandstone.. Red sandstone & shale 611 Hard limestone 680 Red snale & gypsum, soft and sticky 692 8 1-4 inch casinj?... i,: Shale, salt and srypsup 800 Dark brown shale and salt..... 855 Reddish brown shale ... 865 Brown shale 1005 Blue lime 1040 Brown shale and salt 1050 Rlne shale, brown sandstone and salt 1090 Blue shale and salt.'. 1200 Blue shale, strong oil showing.... ' 1740 Blue limestone .......... 1750 Blue shale, strong oil showing 1940 Blue limestone. 1950 Water White sandstone. ; . ........ 2028 B'owo . shale ................. 2040 5 5-8 inch casing '. Blue and grav limestone and shale 2150 Strong oil showing 2335 Hole nluo-eed to prevent water saturation of sand . The Comoany is still awaiting the arrival of catiog Fittsburgb, Pa. C. W. COOK V ' Managing Director Adamana Oil & Land Co. 60 334 , 394 439 481 549 549 621 680 692 800 810 S55 865 1005 1040 1050 1090 1200 1740 1750 1940 1950 2028 2028 2040 2150 2180 2345 2345 2345 from Copyright 1821 by K. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. T N.C 0 MM the national Joy smoke Y. B. Ortega, the furni ture man from Winslow was in town Friday. " . LOST near the Painted Desert, one brown steamer trunk, address on top. Fran cis D. Terpening Sacred Heart College, Denver. Re turn to Navajo Garage, Hol brook, Arizona and get re ward. - It. Elmer Gardner of Dry Lake spent Wednesday in our city. Court session is bringing a lot of people to town. ; . Tanalac, a splendid tonic and system purifier, n o w selling at the rate of almost Ten Million bottles a year. Holbrook Drug Co. --Advertisement t Clancy Kids' Some Kick to the Hooch , PERCY L.CROSBY ,0 by ta McClur KBapr trBdlMU $VT tr hasn't rut HICK- 1 - . rS, i y V THAT' Ufuy ItüOULONV VWPiCi -TWÉL ME THAT 1 ( CTí '