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THE HOLBROOK NEWS
Published Every Friday By The Holbrook News Company Claire H. Jordan, Editor aUitra tt th potof6ee at Holbrook. description Bates One year $3.00. tlx months $1.60, three months $1. No subscription less than 3 months. Ut'B STANDARD Right, Truth, Justice in all our deali.igs with the public; political, social and industrial; a sence of responsibility to our constituen cy and our loyalty to the interest! of Holbrook: and Navajo county. Schools We strive for many un-essentials in this life. "Keep ing up with Lizzie" is a national failing. It is surprising how many things can be pruned away from the average American community life and leave the real heart and vital portions of the organization intact. But there are some things which are as necessary to the civic welfare as are the inner mysteries of the human body to the individual. Standing foremost among these few absolute essentials are our schools, they are to the civic body what the heart is to the human frame. Whatever may be eliminated entirely, whatever may be economized on, the school must be promoted to its fullest usefulness. The growing children are the re sources of a nation, and as such must be fostered. There can be no real growth, merely on the physical side, men tal and bodily development must keep pace. This coun try was founded'on an ideal of freedom, and only know ledge and truth can make us free. Whv "WHY" is the most important word in the vocabulary of childhood. It is the open sesame to the book of grown up knowledge. But who is wise enough to answer it? THE UNANSWERABLE WHY Why does the wind blow? Why does it snow? Why is grass green? Why, what do. you mean? Why does fire burn? Why do wheels turn? Why are stars seen? Why, what do you mean? Why are tears when we fear? Why are mothers so dear? Why do grown-ups all scheme? Why, what do you mean? Why was mother so ill? Why now is she still? With no smile to be seen? Why what does it mean! Eastern Central Babson Famous Economist sees 1922 localities. Continuing his personal the country Roger W. Babson advisor to 16,000 of the country's leading executives re ports his findings on the central eastern states as follows: New York, Philadelphia, large cities, south of New England, prosper largely from three sources, foreign trade, Foreign trade is severely come. Certainly 1922 will Therefore we may expect very little income from this source. The jobbers will hold their own in 1922 and should have an increase in orders. comparatively little business, and they must buy a certain they want to or not. If the prices further, which could be erating expenses, the jobbers in 1922. - In a similar way the entire states of New York, Pennsylvania and those others sper likewise. With the exception of steel cities which will find another quiet year em section should- feel better. Agriculturally these states simply feed their own vegetables and some grain. York has considerable manufacturing and most of these cities will fare better in 1922. sylvania and other sections. As to industrial conditions will say that the state of New York has the best statistics on employment of any state in the union. The district as a wholeiIl not commence to feel the full effect of this improvement until well on towards the summer. The opening up of business in other parts of the country will relieve New York City and Philadel phia of some of the crowds of these centers in dull times. Business confidence the country over seems to be improving slowly in preparation for the upturn which has to come later on. Frantic optimism and futile hop ing which marks the path of every business decline is rapidly giving way to the sound and patient attitude Which invariably builds UD the rjeriori of imnrnvement The Babsonchart Index noes or industry and business, per cent below normal, a drop week. Make your preparations now for an increase in acuvny this spring. (Next Week "The Truth About The South") May 14. 1909. as iterond-claai matter. States Fair, Says better than 1921 in most survey of the business of statistician and business Baltimore, and the other jobbing, and investments. crippled for some time to show no better than 1921. Altho retailers are doing yet their stocks are low. amount of goods whether retailers would only cut done by a decrease in op would have good business in this eastern group pro in 1922, the rest of this east cities with dairy products, The central part of New The same is true of Perm unemployed who drift to reflecting conditions of all stands this week at 18 of 1 per cent from last THE HOLBROOK g We Handle Only Genuine i Brilliant Navajo Blankets Artistic Pueblo Pottery Curious Plaques and tightly woven Baskets I Kachina Dolls aVI Medicine Rattles All Straight from the Land of Mysterious Imagin- mi Nmrain Plaina arir) P.liff Hivcl linara nf tlia 1 Eerie Hopi Snake Priests. L. B. PUTNEY Holbrook - - FISHING AND CAMPING REGULATIONS Ft. Apache Indian Res. Beginning June 1, a n d terminating August 31, 1921 the streams described below will be open for fishing un der regulations heretofore approved by the Secretary of the Interior. This will include camping along these streams. Neither camping nor fishing will be permitted on the streams named here in as reserved. Camping on other streams, not with in the heavy forests and where trout are not found is permitted at all times, and without charge. Fishing will be permitted on the North Fork of the Whiteriver and its tributar ies up to and including Trout Creek. Fishing and camping will not be permit ted on North Fork and its tributaries above the mouth of Trout Creek, nor on East Fork and its tributaries. The plan is that the streams reserved for 1922 will be opened during the summer of 1923. Fishing will be permitted on Bonita Creek and its tributaries and Black River and its tributaries on this reservation from the mouth of Bonita Creek up. The road has been improved so that autos and teams can go up Seven Mile Canyon above Fort Apache and east to Corn Creek, a tributary of Bonita Creek, where good campgrounds are available within a few miles of good fishing. This is new terri tory for auto tourists. No hunting will be allow during the period named. Campers found carrying fishing tackle on reserved streams, or guns anywhere within the regions mention ed above will be regarded as violating the laws and regulations, their permits will be taken up and their guns, fishing tackle, etc., will be taken over in the The Parlor Cafe The best of food, cooked in the most palatable manner. Short orders a speciality. Frank Bernal one - I I I I In a new package that fits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-book The same unmatched blend of Turkish. Virginia and BvRLEYTobaccos NEWS. Uolbrook Arizona, MAY 19, 1922 3 I Indian Curios S I s a s 8 8 and Gay Gourd MERC. CO. - Arizona I discretion of the Superin tendent or the employee patroling the territory. Guns kept in camp and not used will not be disturbed. Employees of the Indian Service and grazing permit tees whose ranges include trout streams will not be required to take out per mits for such fish as they need for subsistence while on duty, but this exception will not include guests. Such permittees will be re quired to report violations of these regulations. Fires All persons camping and fishing are enjoined to exercise great care that fires shall not get started and they .will be expected to assist the Forest Guards in extinguishing fires near their camps. The United States laws provide heavy penalties for allowing fires to get start ed in forests or other in flammable material on the public domain or upon any Indian Reservation, etc., (e. g. Sec. 6, Act of June 25 1919 36 Stat. L., 858). Campers must be extremely careful in the matter of their camp-fires. Fires must not be kindled in or near' leaves moss, grass, dead wood, brush; trees, building, hollow logs, stumps, rubbish or any mat ter that burns. When there is no open clear space all leaves, grass, wood, etc., must be scraped away to a thoroughly safe distance before starting a fire. Camp fires must be kept under close watch continuously until extinguished. Fires must not be started except when need. Fire3 must not be started in windy weather except in holes, rocks or other protected places where there in no danger of spreading. Fires must be completely extinguished when not being used and watched and be fore leaving camp even tem porarily, all embers and bed smothered with earth or water so that there remains no possibility of re-ignition. Especial care must be token that no lighted match, cigar, or cigarette is drop ped in any grass, leaves, twig, tree mold, etc. E. B. Meritt Acting Commissioner. eleven cigarettes Three Friendly Gentlemen TURKISH VIRGINIA BUR LEY FIFTEEN SCHOOL BONDS WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of District No. 6 of Navajo County, Arizona, otherwise known as the "Taylor District" lias, pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 50:27 of the Revised Statutes of Arizona, re quested the Board of Supervisors of Navajo County to issue a call for a School Bond Election within said School District No. 6 of Navajo County for the purpose of submit ting to the property taxpayers who are in all respects qualilied electors of said School District No. 6 the question whether said school dis trict shall be authorized to borrow the sum of Eleven Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars (11,750.00) for the purpose of purchasing a proper school site, erecting a school house and furnishing and equipping the same, and whether the bonds of t-'aid school district shall be Issued and sold in the sum of $11,750.0, said bonds to consist of twelve bonds numbered from One to Twelve, in clusive, numbers One to Eleven to be in the denomination of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) each and number Twelve to be in the de nomination of Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00) said bonds to be redeemable 20 years from their date and to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per an num, payable semi-annually, but re serving to said school district the right to redeem said bonds at any time after five years from the date of issue: and, WHEREAS, It appears that the Incurring of said indebtedneii for the Issuance of said bonds will not cause the indebtedness of said School District No. 6 to exceed the constitutional and statuatory limits. NOW, THEREFORE, in compliance with the reques of the said trustees of said School District No. 6, it is hereby ORDERED that a school bond election be held in the public school house at Taylor, Navajo County, Arizona, on the 20th day of .May. A. D. 1922, between the hours of 6. a. m. and 6 p. m. of said day, and the following ptrsons are here by appointed as officers of election to conduct said school bond election, to-wit: Mr. Arthur Palmer, Inspector. Mr. James J. Shumway and Mr. Joseph Nelson, Judges. Miss Mary Shumway and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Clerks. Mr. Joseph T. Cooper, Marshal. It is further ordered that notice of said school bond election be published in the Holbrook News for at least thirty days prior to said date of election, commencing with the isteue of April 14th, A. D. 1922 and ending with the issue of May 19th, 1922 (making six success ive issues of said newspaper), and that notice be also given by posting notices of said bond election at five of the most public places in said School District No. 6 and at the poll ing place above named for at least twelve days next prior to the said school bond election. The notice of election herein be fore provided for shall be as fol lows: NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND ELECTION Notice Is Hereby Given : That pursuant to the provisions of an order and resolution of the Board of Supervisors of Navajo County, . Arizona, duly adopted and entered upon the Minutes of said board on the 3rd day of April A. D. 1922, under and pursuant to th re quest of the Board of Trustees of School District No. 6 of Navajo County, and in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph 5627 of the Civil Code of Aiizona providing for county and municipal indebtedness, an election will be held in the said School District No. 6 of Navajo County, on Saturday, May ,20th A. D. 1922, in the public School house in said School District No. 6 in the town of Taylor, Navajo County, Ari zona, between the hours of six o'clock a. in. and six o'clock p. m. cf said day for the purpose of sub mitting to the property tax payers of said School District No. 6 who are in all other respects qualified school electors of said School Dis trict No. 6 the question of whether or not said School District No. 6 shall be authorized to borrow the sum of Eleven Thousaid Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($11,750.00) for the purpose of purchasing a proper school site, erecting a school housie and furnishing and equipping the same: And whether the bonds of said School District No. 6 of Navajo County shall be issued and sold in the sum of Eleven Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($11,750.00) said bonds to consist of twelve bonds! - numbered from One to Twelve, inclusive, numbers One to Eleven to be in tha denomination of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) each, and number Twelve to be of the denomination of Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), all of said bonds to be redeemable in 20 years from their issue, bearing .interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, but reserv ing to said School District No. fi the right to redeem said bonds at any time after five years from their date of issue. The said election shall be .held in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 2, Title 52 of the Revised Statutes of Arizona, and so far as applicable, in accordance with the general election laws of the State of Aiizona. The following named persons are hereby appointed as officers to conduct said election, to-wit: Mr. Arthur Palmer, Inspector. Mr. James J. Shumway and Mr. Joseph Nelson, Judges. Miss Mary Shumway and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Clerks. Mr. Joseph T. Cooper, Marsha). The said question to be submitted to the property tax payers of said school district who are in all other respects qualified school electors of said School District No. 6 of Navajo County, Arizona, shall appear upon the official ballot and shall be sub stantially in the following form: No (To be torn ofT by inspector) . Perforation BALLOT FOR SCHOOL BOND ELECTION School District No. 6 of Navajo County, Arizona, Saturday, May 20th, A. D. 1922. Shall School Dis'rlct No. S of Nav ajo County, otherwise known as "Taylo- School District" be author ized to borrow the sum of Eleven Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty Dol lars ($11,750.00) and issue and sell its bonds in said aggregate principal urn of $11,760.00 for the purpose NOTICE The second installment of faxes for the year 1921 is now due, pay able at the office of the County Treasurer, delinquent May 1 , 1922. Signed J. M. Patterson, County Treasurer. CATHOLIC SERVICE Sunday 10:00 a. m. San day school conducted in Spanish. Sunday 11:00 a. m. Sun day school conducted in English. " SERVICES CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF L D. S Sunday School at 10:30 A. M. Afternoon Services at 2:00 P. M. M. I. A. meeting at 7:30 All are cordially invited. Notice of Sale of Automobile The State of Arizona. Plain t ff, vs. C. E. Curry. Difendant, vs. The Garrett Motor Compart, Intervenor. Judgment having heretofore been. entered forfeiting one au tomobile involved in this acliip, and order of this court havirpr been entered for sale of said car. and the jjdgment and order specifying that the proceeds of such sale shall be divided be tween the Plaintiff and Inter vener, in accordance with stipu lation enten d by said Plaintiff and Intervenor. and the law re quiting that the undersigned sMlsa'd automobile in accord ance with said Judgment and said ordr. Now Therefore, notice is here by pnen that on the 3rd day of June A D. 1922 at L o'clock r. M. at the door of the Court House at Holbrook, Navajo County. State of Arizona, I will sell at public auction to the high est bidder. fir cash, the follow 'ng depcribed automobile: One Stadebaher Automobile. Engine No 12420. 6 cylinder 5 oqssfnger touring car, Serial No. 317994. Dated this 13th day of May A. D. 1922. R L. Newman, Sheriff. Bv O. C. Williams. Deputy. F May 19 L June 2. Fisher and Harbrecht Merchant Tailors CLEANING-PRESSING Adjoining Millinery Slore HOLBROOK. - ARIZONA MURPHY STUDIO WINSMW, ARIZONA Koduk Finishing every day. You put it on the Film We will put it on the Print AND IT WILL STAY POT of purchasing a proper school site, erecting a school house and furnish ing and equipping the same, said bonds to consist of twelve bonds to be numbered from One to Twelve, in clusive, numbers Oie to Eleven to be in the denomination of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) each and Number Twelve to be in the de nomination of Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00) redeemable in twenty years from date of issue, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, but reserving to said school district the right to redeem said bonds at any time after seven years from date of issue. BONDS YES f 1 BONDS NO t 1 (To vote for the creation of said indebtedness, and for the issuance of said Bonds, make a X in the square opposite the words "Bonds Yes": to vote against the creation of Said indebtedness, and against the issuance of said Bonds, make a X in the square opposite the words "Bonds No.") C. E. OWEN'S, Chairman, Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: M. R. TANNER, Clerk. Board of Supervisors, Navajo County, Arizona. The Clerk of the Board of Super visors is hereby ordered and direct ed to cause said notice to be pub lished and posted as herein above provided, and cause a sufficient sup ply of ballots to be printed and furnished to the election officers hereinbefore appointed to conduct said -election. Dated at the office of the Board of Supervisors of Navajo County, State of Arizona, at Holbrook. Ari zona, this 3rd day of April, A. D. 1922. C. E. OWENS. Chairman, Board of Supervisors. ATTEST: M. R. TANNER. Clerk. Board of Supervisors. Summons In the SuDeriur Cnrt nf iy.a , w - - w fci J l state of Arizona, in ar.d for tbe Coinrity of Navajo Action broueht intha';llrt.;,. Lourt of the State of Aiiyf m in and for the County of Navajo, ar.d tne lomplamt filed in said C-.-unty of Mavajo, in the office of the Clerk of said Supeikr Court. B. B Neel. and Martha Netl Plaintiffs vf. Pedro Montaro, his unknown heir?, Administit tor of his Estate, his unknown assigns and successors in inter ests, F. W. Smith, his unknown heir?, Administrator of his Es tate, et al. Defendant?. In the Name of the State of Arizona, to Ptdro Mortaeo, bis unknown heirs. Administrate r of his Estate, his unknown as signs and puceefsors in interest, F. W. Smith, his unknown heirp. Administrator of his Estate, un known assigns and puccesprrs in interest, ohn Dop, hisurknown heir?, Administrator of his Es tate, his unknown assigns and successors in interest. Defend ants. Gieetirg: You are Hereby Summoned and required toarpearin tpreir in an action brought gsint vc u by the abive named Piaintiff. in the Superior Court of the Stale of A'izona, in and for the County of Navajo, and srBwer the Ccrn nlaint therein filed with the Clerk of this paid Court, at Ho' brook, in said County, within twenty days after the service upon jou of this Furrrrorp, if served hi this said County, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned being exclusive of the dav of service, or judgrrf nt Ly default will be taken against you. Given under rny hand ar.d the Seal of the Superior of the Stale of Arizona, in and for the Ccun y of Navpjo, this 13th dav of Nhy, 1922. (Seal) Lloyd C. Hennirtf Clerk of said Superior Court. By Olive Clarke Oooutv C'erV. F. May 19 L Jane 8. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notice is hereby given that on Sat urday, M ay S.0th at 4 P.M.. 1922. at the School House in Woodruff, Ariz ona, a special meetirg of the stock holders cf the Woodruff Irrigation will be held for the purp'se of confirming a sale anil transfer of its property, to the Woodruff Irrigation District; and for luch other purposes as may corr,e before the meeting at the date afore said. James Brinkerlicff President - , Attest, K. L. Ison Secretarj BUSINESS LOCALS We will pay spot cash for Ford tourinir car or roadster bodies in usable condition. JENNINGS AUTO CO. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION IN TBE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF NAVAJO In the Matter of the Estate of Henry Huning, Deceased. Notice is herety Riven that Union Band & Trust Company of Winslow has tiled in this Court a certain document purporting to be the last Will and Testa ment of Henry Huning together with its petition praying that said document be admitted, to probate in this Court as the last Will ar.d Testament of said Henry Huning who. said petit ioner alleges, is deceased, and that letters testamentary issue hereon to said petitioner, and that same will be heard on Sat urday the Twentieth day of Mav A. D. 1922. at 10 o'clock in the forencon of said day, at the court room of said Court, in the Court House, in the said County of Navajo State of Arizona, ard all persons interested in paid es tate are notified then ard there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Lloyd C. Henning. Clerk. Dated April 28. 1922. F May 5 L Msyl9.