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HolbrookNews, Holbrook. Arizona, My 5, 1922
SUMMER FOOTWEAR Womens White Oxfords Black Leather Trim $5.00 Wo mens Black Strap Pumps $6.00 Womens Brown Strap Pumps $6.50 Womens and Misses Oxfords, Various Styles $4.00 to 7.00 Tennis Shoes and Slippers All Styles and Sizes Pure Thread Silk Hose $1.75 Silk and Fibre Hose $1.00 ARIZ. CO-OP. MERC. INST. VISITORS FROM FORT APACHE Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nich ols were in- Holbrook last Saturday. They were en route from Ft Apache to their new station at Ft. Bliss. During their stay here they were guests at the Dewey Fisher home, with whom they have been acquainted for many years. Mr. Nich ols has been stationed at Ft Apache for lb years and is a very skilful plumber. It was at the Fort that the two families became acquainted as the Fisher family resided there for several years. It certainly seems as if the old Post were being slowly butsurelyabandoned Thus the landmarks pass. HENRY C WALLACE SECY OF AGRICULTURE URGES COOPERATION "in snore, we nave come to the time when team work is needed; yes, imperatively. There must be sympathy, understanding, and co-operation between agriculture. industry and business. They are alike necessary to a well rounded national life. They must work together for the good of all. A few paragraphs later Secretary Wallace says: 'Without meaning that they shall be all inclusive, I venture to suggest certain things that ought to be done to foster our agriculture, not for the selfish benefit of the farmer, but for the bene fit of all the people. In some cases legislative action will be required; in others, ad ministration by government and state agencies; and still others, co-operation both be tween the farmers them selves and between farmers and other groups." Arizona farmers are per haps the first in the nation to actually carry out the Secretary's idea of co-operating with industry and busi- ness. The Arizona Farm Bureau is included in the Arizona Industrial Congress, through which its members are working with all other branches of industry and business in the state to ad vance the common interests of all the co-operation. The results already obtained have proved that Secretary Wal lace is correct in saying that the future welfare of all de mands co-operation between agriculture, industry and business. APPROPRIATE MUSIC We have heard of the re cent move, so largely ad vertised, of what is known as "getting thin to music". It mav be very good. We have also heard that the pro per method to reduce you superfluous flesh is to get down on the floor and roll. Well, to make a long story short, we sat pretty well up toward the front last Sun day evening listening to the Garner Jubilee Singers, and to say the least, we think it was a little bit personal for them to sing . "Roll, Jordan, Roll", with so many repeti tions, and look so pointedly at us. If we want to roll and reduce we'll do it with out a public admonition, and anyway the only Holbrook woman who ever tried it told us that she gained ten pounds the first month, and we can't risk any such cala mity as that. But we. do not think that the singers should have been so person al in their remarks. COMPETES WITH CH I C A G 0 Chicago may be and pro bably is some speedy little burg, but when it comes to selling cars, our dealers can hold their own with those of the Windy City. It is "windy" in more ways than one. Last week,- Mr. W. W. Franklin sold a car to Mr. Lloyd Henning for delivery in Chicago. For why: Well, Mrs. Henning is going on an eastern trip this summer and the car will be delivered to her in Chicago and she will use it in touring dur ing her visits with her home people. After her summer's outing she may return to Holbrcok via automobile, but this part of the plan has not been definitely .decided upon. TEAM BROUGHT HOME THE BAT BUT NOT THE BACON Wihslow romped on Hol brook last bunday to the tune of about 25 to 10. As the scorekeeper was over come by exhaustion in the sixth, the complete score is unavailable. But we had the consola tion of winning the bat that PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN R. C. Kaufman, Winslow banker, spent Monday in Holbrook. Mr. Kaufman drove back overland during the afternoon. One of the most note worthy features in connect ion with Tanlac is the large number of men and women who have reported an as tonishingly rapid increase in weight as a result of its use. Holbrook Drug Co. Adv. Why do the Girls fall for This Kind of a Guy, Fellers? All lie can Do Is to Shake a Mean Hoof at the Dances, but he' well on his way to Satisfy his Amhition to Go With every Girl in Town. Why do the Silly Creatures prefer the Fusser to Manly Guys like Me 'n Vim, hunt Mr. and Mrs. John' West- over and Mrs. John Turley of St. Jo were up Sat urday night to enjoy the music given by the Garner company on the last night of the Chautauqua. Ted brought home the bat. the Winslow club offered foi the first home run of the season. Ted Reuter made the first homer of the game in the second inning, and Arnold Lee followed him up with another in the same inning, which delayed the erame about thirtv minutes while the fielders retrieved the ball from the Little Colorado River. We had them up in the air when Lee repeated the performance in the fifth. The Holbrook team de veloped its weakness in the outfield, which was neces sarily weakened to fill the places which will be later occupied by Capps and Buck els. The wind and dust were responsible for the . large number of runs, as the wind would often carry the ball far beyond and fielder's cal culation. The return game will be played on Holbrook grounds next Sunday, beginning at 2:30 sharp EXPERT IN EFFICIENCY No one who really knows Mrs. John Flanigan will doubt for one moment that she is exceedingly efficient. Her indexing and re-arranging of the records is of greatest value to the users of those county documents. The mortgages and powers of attorney have each their own special index book as has also the releases of chat tel mortgages which it was necessary to dis entangte from among the miscellan eous records. In addition to this tedious wcrk, two volumes of patents, which of old were kept among the deecs have been separated and indexed. Mrs. Flanigan has done this work at night. In the day time' she has been oc cupied with her regular rou tine of the office work. Mr. James Brinkerhoff of Woodruff was in town dur ing the early part of the current week. . Minutes of the Board of Supervisors . April 17. 1922. The Doard met at 19 o'clock a. 111., this day pursuant to adjournment with two members and the clerk present. Chairman Owens being absent. Tpon motion of Mr. Richards, Mr. Creswell was appointed chairman pro tern. Monday, April 17, 1922. being the second Monday succeeding the or ganization election of the "Woodruff Irrigation District held Saturday, April 8th, 1922, therefore this day, Monday April 17th, being the day fixed by law to canvass the vote cast at said election. The Clerk of the Board presented and read the affidavits showing that the Resolution and Order and Notice of Election of the proposed Woodiuff Irrigation District, held in said District on Saturday, April 8th. 1922, has been duly posted and published in due time, form, and manner as required by law and said aftidavits were filed and preserved as part of the records of the Board in this matter. The Clerk of the Board then announced that, within two days after the day of said election, he had received the Certificate of Return of Election duly accompained by all the ballots ursed al said election and all records made thereof, from he said proposed Woodruff Irrigation District whirii said Certificate he proceeded to read wherein it was duly certified to this Board: That there were sixteen ballots cast in said election in said District and all by qualified electors thereof. The Board then proceeded to canvass the vote cast at said Election and examine the Tally List and the ballots cast thereat and found the same to correspond with the certificates of the results as filed with the Board, and found that, at least, a majority of the votes cast at the said election had voted Irrigation District Yes ,and that the following nam ed persons were voted for at said election for the offices of Directors and received the number of votes set opposite their names, as follows: R. L. ISON, received 14 votes JAMES BRINKERHOFF received 12 votes MARION V. GIBBONS received 8, votes ALBERT HATCH received 5 votes , HYRUM TURLEY received 2 votes A. R. TV R LEY received 2 votes J. D. SMITH SON . received - 2 votes therefore. On motion of Supervisor Creswell, seconded by Supervisor Richards, the following Resolution and Older was unanimously passed and adopted. KESOLI'TIOX AND ORDER WHEREAS, at the organization election of the Woodruff Irrigation District, in Navajo County, State of Arizona, duly called and held therein on Saturday, the 8th day of April, 1922, in accordance with law, pursuant to due notice, the qualified electors thereof did, by a total vote of sixteen ballots, of which fourteen ballots were marked "Irrigation District Yes' and none were marked "Irrigation District No", did carry into the af firmative by a majority vote of fourteen votes, the question submitted at said election, to-wit: "Shall the territory and lands embraced within the boundaries of the proposed Woodruff Irrigation District, as defined and de-' termined by the Board of Supervisors of Navajo County, State of Arizona, by resolution and order of said Board passed and adopt ed March 6th, 1922, be organized into an irrigation district under and by virtue of Chapter 149. Acts of the Fifth Legislature, of the - State of Arizona, 1921, Regular Session, to be known as the "Woodruff Irrigation District"; And WHEREAS, at said election the following named persons were voter for for the Offices of Directors from said District and received the number of voles set opposite their names, as follows, to-wit: R. L. Ison, received ':. - 14 votes James Brinkerhoff, received -- 12 votes Marion V. Gibbons, received 8 votes AND WHEREAS. R. L. Ison. James Brinkerhoff, and Marion V. Gib bona received the highest number of votes cast at said election for the nf Directors for the said District. NOW THEREFORE. Be it Resolved and Ordered and It is hereby Ordered this 17th day of April, 1922, A. D.. that the territory and lands embraced within the boundaries hereinafter in this order defined and de rihai ha and the same is herebv ordered and declared to De amy or kWm! as an Irritation District under and pursuant to the Chapter 149 Acts of the Fifth Legislature, 1921 Regular Session, under the name and style of the Woodiuff Irrigation District. That R. L. Ison, James Brinkerhoff, and Marion V. Gibbons be and are hereby declared duly elected as Directors oi saw rvuuuruu hue tion District: That R. L. Ison, having received the highest number of votes, shall hold office for the term ending January 1st, 192G, and until his successor is elected and qualified; - That James Brinkerhoff, having received the next highest number of votes shall hold office for the term ending January 1st, 1925, and until his successor is elected and qualified; That Marion V. Gibbons, having received the next highest number of votes shall hold office for the term ending January 1st, 1924, and until his successor is elected, and qualified; That the boundaries of the Irrigation District hereby ordered and declared to De duly organized under the style and name of the Wood ruff irrigation District, and the lands by the Board finally included there in for district pui poses are wholly situated in Navajo County, State of Arizona, and are described as follows: BEGINNING at the Southwest corner of Section Seventeen (17) Township Sixteen (16), North Range Twenity-two (22) East, Gila and Salt River Meridian; thence East to the Northeast corner of the North west quarter of the Noithwest quarter (XWfcNWli), Section Twenty (20), same Township in;d Range; thence South Six Hundred and Sixty teeO) feet thence East 3960 feet to the East line of Section Twenty (20), same Township and Range; thence North 660 feet to N. E. cor, Seciion 20; same Township and Range; thence East to the Southeast corner of the Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter (SWSW) Section Sixteen (16), same Township and Range; thence North to the North line of said Section Sixteen (16), same Township and Range; thence West to Northwest coiner said Section (16), same Township and Range; tlince North to .Northeast corner Southeast quarter Southeast quarter (SEViSEM) Section Eight (8), same Township and Range: thence West to the Northwest corner Southwest quarter Southwest quarter (SW4 SWU) Section Eight (8), same Township and Range; thence North to the Northwest corner Section Eight (8), same Township and Range; thence West to the Southwest corner Southwest quarter Southeast . quart er (SWUSEU) Section six (6), same Township and Range; thence North to the Northeast corner Northeast quarter Northwest quarter . (NEft NWV4) Section Six (6), same Township and Range; thence West to the Southeast coiner Section Thirty-Six (36), Township Seventeen (17) North, Range Twenty-one (21) East, Gila and Salt River Meridian; thence North to the Northeast corner Section Thirty-six (36), same Township and Range; thetcei west o the Northwest corner Section Thirty-six (36), same Township and Range; thence South to the Southwest corner Section Tlnrtv-six (36). TownshiD Seventeen (17) North Ranee Twentv- oue (21) East, Gila and Salt River Meridian; thence East to the North east corner Northwest quarter Northwest quarter (NWXW) Section One (1),4 Township Sixteen (16) Nort.'i Range. Twenty-one (21) East, Gila and Salt River Meridian; thence South to the Southeast corner Northwest quarter Noithwest quarter (XWNW) Section One (1), same Township and Range; thence East to the Northeast corner South east quarter Northwest quarter (SENW.U) Section One (1), same Township and Range; thence South to the Northwest corner Northwest quaiter Southeast quarter (NWHSE1) Section One (1), same Township and Range; thence East to tne Nortneast corner Northwest -quarter of After Easter Sale of New Spring Hats SACRIFICED AT CENT D 25 PER ISCOUNT To Make Room for Summer Stock Street Hats Dress Hats Sailors and Silks and Sport Styles Braids THE STYLE Holbrook - - SHOPPE - Arizona SEALED A Tt T"T-" IT WW hum wpih i mm 1 I'm - : M'Bmm m "w. the Southeast quarter (XWSE4V Section One (1), same Township and Range; thence South to the Northwest corner Southeast quarter South east quarter (SESEU) Section One (1), same Township and Range; thence East to the Northeast coiner Southeast quarter Southeast quart er (SE'4SE), Section One (1), same Township and Range; thence South to the Northwest corner Section Seven (7), Township Sixteen (16) North Range Twenty-two (22) East, Gila and Salt River Meridian; thence East to the Northeast corner Northwest quarter Northeast quarter (NWNE), Section Seven (7), same Township and Range; thence South to the Southeast corner Southwest quarter Northeast quarter (SWVi NE1) Section Seven (7), same Township, and Range; thence West to the Northwest coiner Northwest quarter Southeast quarter (NWSE), Section Seven (7), same Township and Range; thence South to the South wetJ. corner Southwest quarter Southeast quarter (SWSEVi), Section Seven (7), same Township and Range; thence East to the Northeast Vor ner Northwest quarter Northeast quarter (NWNE4), Section Eight een, (18), Township Sixteen (16) Noith Range Twenty-two (22) East, Gila and Salt River , Meridian; thence South to the Northeast corner Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter (SWXE4) Section Tiight sen (18), same Township and Range; thence East to the Northwest cor ner Southwest quaiter Northwest quarter (SW'ANWi) Section Seven teen (17), Township Sixteen (16) North Range Twenty-two (22) East. Gila and Salt River Meridian; thence South to the place of beginning. It is further ordered that' the following described lands be and are hereby included in said district for district purposes. The North half (N) of the Northeast quarter of the Northwest quarter (XENW), Section Twenty (20), North one-half of the North half of the Northeast quarter. Section Twenty (20), Township Sixteen (16). North Range Twenty-two (22) East, Gila and Salt River Meridian; containing Sixty (60) acres, more or less. - The West half of the West half (WW) Section Sixteen (16), Township Sixteen (16) North Range Twenty-two (22) East, Gila and Salt ' River Meridian ; containing one hundred and sixty . (160) acres, more or less. ; 1 1 Section Seventeen (17), Township Sixteen (16), North Range Twenty two (22) East, Gila and Salt River Meridian, containing six hundred and forty (640) acres, more or less. The Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter (NE4XE"4) Section Eighteen (IS;, Townsliip Sixteen (16) North Range Twenty-two (22) East Gila and Salt River Meridian; containing forty (40) acres, more or less. The East half of the Northeast quarter (ENE4) and the Southeast quarter (SE'i) Section Seven (7), Township Sixteen (16), North Range Twenty-two (22) East, Gila and Salt River Meridian; containing two hun dred and forty (240) acres, more or less. The South half of the South half (SS) Section Eight (8), Town ship Sixteen (16) North Range Twenty-two (22) Eaat, Gila and Salt Riv er Meridian; containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres, more or less. The West half (W)" Section Six (6), Township Sixteen (16), North Range Twenty-two (22) East, Gila and Salt River Meridian; containing three hundred and twenty (320) acres, more or less. Section Thirty-six (36), Township Seventeen (17) North Range Twenty one (21) East, Gila and Salt River Meridian; containing six hundred and forty (640) acres, more or less. The Northtasi quarter of the Northwest quarter (NE14NW14) and the Northeast quarter and the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quart- . er (NEUSEVO Section One (1), Township Sixteen (16) North Range Twcniy-one (21) East,'' Gila and 'Salt River Meridian; containing two hundred &iul fortv (240) acre, more or less. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that the Clerk of this Board shall im mediately file lor record in the Office of the County Recorder of Navajo County, State of Arizona, a copy of this Resolution and Order, including a map of said district showing the boundaries of said District and the land ordered to be included therein, duly certified by said Clerk. That the Clerk of this Board issue to each of the above named di rectors elect, certificate of election and notify each of them in writing that they each must qualify within fifteen days after the recording of .hie ttoeniiitinn nnri Order, bv takintr and subscribing to the official oath and filing the same with the Clerk of the Board ,of Supervisors of Navajo County State of Arizona, and shall at the same time execute an official bond in the sum of Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000.00), -payable to tire Woodruff. Irrigation District with sufficient surety or sureties to be ap proved by the Judge of the Superior Court of Navajo County State of Arizona, by indorsing his approval thereon, which bond shall then be recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Navajo County, State '. r,i0,l shall be hv the Recorder delivered to the Board 'of Supervisors of Navajo County, State of Arizona, and here filed- . . , ,i. ATvii iq99 a n Unanimously passed and CREWElL, chairman Pro. Tern. ATTEST: M. R- TANNER, Clerk. vpap The Treasurer was ordered to grant. Tntnl l.n- 1991 to Mrs. C. B. Lee in the sum oi - pez in the sum of $560.00. . and Schuster. 1920. The Treasurer was "' " - assessment from the roll, on account oi error as ui.s yruyjr in Navajo County; total valuation ?oa,u.uw. tu Treasurer was ordered to reduce the 1919 assessment of H. F. Tanner $150.00 on account of error in assessing him with lots 4 and 5 in Block 33 Clark Add. also ordered to waive penalty and interest. The Treasurer to strike from the roll the 1921 poll tax of A. Rob ertson on account of age and to refund the poll tax for the year 1922 cf Taxitoro Yamomoto, double; Wm. Deianey, over age, aim v,a. i v. Scott, non-resident. . . , , M, nt The Chairman reported tne approval ui uib u.j. . .Mary Gates Hungerford. . The Clerk was oroereti 10 piace iuis. jose ensures uu me iicuamu list of the County poor at $10.00 per month. Permission was graniea me i reasurer to reiaiii jus ueijuiy auuiuci thirty days. ,..,. ,...,, f! ,,, ,i There appearing vo oe uo lauun uusmma uuu m.u.j v...t R. C. CRESWELL, Chairman Pro. Torn. the Board adjourned. ATTEST: M. R. TANNER, Clerk. HOLBROOK - WWS10W- "Ptnn't u a lotting chew" ) Guaranteed by APPROVED ADDroval of the federal . r -r ii 1 project between rioiorooK and Winslow, has been se cured with the provision that the state will guarantee hat the bridges across the Little Colorado river, Le Reaux wash and Cotton wood creek will carry at east six ton load.. These bridges were built some years ago by Navajo county. Arizona Highways. Try Advertising for Business Thus JfwU" Seventeen species of shark some of them twenty-five feet in length, inhabit the Pacific ocean. Frank R. Speck, Pastor Telephone 115 , Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Public Worship 1 1 :10 A. M. Evening Service 7:30 P. M. The Sunday School is be ing well attended. The Scout class took first place last week. At the morning hour of worship the pastor will preach on the subject "The Man Who Buried' His Tal ent." There will be special vocal and instrumental music. You wfll enjoy the 7:30 vesper service of song with a scriptual exposition by the pastor. A cordial invitation to all.