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DEALEK IN Family Groceries, Fresh Vegetables, Fruit Spring Chickens, Etc., Southeast of the Water Tank on the south side of the Raiiroad Track. Winslow, :::::: A-izona. | RECEPTION 1 | SALOON, | § FRANK F. FLICKINGER, Pro 5 « WINSLOW, ARIZONA. jft 1 i t * sft « AGENT FOR jg $ Stargo Cigars and Whiskies. iff 2 ALSO THE CELEBRATED 4 1 I. W. Harper Whiskey, f K I » ‘ THE FINEST . 4 2 Wines, Brandies, & Cigars. 2 5 DOWNS HOUSE, Winslow, Arizona. S. JOHN DOWNS, Prop. EUROPEAN .1 Ventilated Rooms, Nicely Furnished and Cleanly Kept. AMPLE ROOM AND RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION SENATE SALOON, HEADQUARTERS FOR ’insst Wines, Whiskies and Cigars. See Our Display of Case Goods. INVESTIGATE OUR PRICES. t IF YOU SHOULD FEEL THIRSTY TRY OUR SCHOONERS OE BEER. We Respectfully Solicit Your Patronage. JOHN A. FORSYTH Prop. There is nothing - more delicious than a cup of Gillies ! SOVE R EIGN *sEßjEjQjf j OLD GLORY 1 i’he.-ie coffees are taken hot from the roasters and sealed in air tight tius. i’hey reach Winslow with all their de lightful flavor and aroma and are sim ply perfection in coffee. For sale by Babbitt Bros. J. M. PRATT, Agent for Arizona. I Joffins & Caskets ALWAYS ON HAND At Parr’s Undertaking Parlors, Opposite the Depot, WINSLOW : ; : ARIZONA. LOUIS FILLE BOOT AND SHOE M A Lv 1C W, One door west of the RECEPTION SALOON. Boots nd Shoes made to order. Re pairing promptly, neatly, cheaply and substantially done. All work guaran teed. Give him a trial. Santa Fe Pacific R. R. Company. CONDENSED TIME TABLE NO. 46, EFFECTIVE JULT. 1, 1900. riBTWABD. IABTWAHD stations. N ° 1 No. 2. 10 OOp Lv.. Chicago Ar 7 40a a 20a Denver in on» 15?“ v ruebio ;;; 65 0 a Albuquerque. Lv « :joS 2 31a Wingate.....;;......... 3 * Navajo Springs .. 12 r>Ba £ £?“ Holbrook 11 33p »*** Flagstaff ! 0 ;;;;; - ; ji J? a TVilliams 7 icj. 12 *Pl*v Ask Fork S .. PACIFIC 11MB P 12 f“P .Seligman 4 .in jj Pe “? h Springs 7"'.'7. 1 J o p !l !S P *1 t Ash Fork. Ar B ftsp j ~ *“P Ar Jeiome Junction Lv 7 50 p ? ‘° p Ar - Prescott.. „ ...Lv 8 45p • 52 p . r Congress Junction Lv 11 52p i trains Nos. land 2 are the regular Daily i Overland Express and run every day in the year. Ihe trains are equipped to accommo date passengei s traveling on all classes of tickets. 1 bey carry Pullman Palace Sleep ing Cars through from Los Angeles to Chi cago, and also Vestibuled Pullmau Tourist bleeping <_,ars, In addition to these it carries a Reclining Chair Car, no extra charge being made for seats. ~T he Grand Canyon of the Colorodo, the Moqui Villages and the Petrified Forest in Arizona can be reached only via this line. Folders and descriptive books will be fur nished on application. JOHN J. BYRNE. General Passenger Agent, Los Angeles,Cal. rrrmrm T ° mtent «•« lii k’ 31 811 Mil 1 BB a the patent record. IT *imtaMl Balti-nors. Md. ©lye gjPUtslon* J^taiU THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1900. SECRET SOCIETIES. A T S J ATE ° MEETINGS OF WINSLOW No. 13, F. and A. M. are held Y Jr in Masonic Hall, on the second Tuesday of each month. Visit ing brethren are cordially invited to attend. W. A. r akh, W. M. C. I). Haney. Secretary. POST OFFICE HOURS. Week —8 amto2 pm, and from 3pm to 7:80 p m. Sundays from 2 to 3 p m. “talk of thFtown. The Winslow Mail for sale by J. F. Mahoney. Geo. F. Schaal, optician. Diamonds watches and jewelry. Fine watch re pairing a specialty. Navajo Hotel, Winslow, Arizona. • “Rags” is dead. Brophy is disconsolate and inconsolable. A fool at twenty may be wise at forty. The person who lives on hope is seldom troubled with obesity. Oo to J. F. Mahoney’s for the best stock of fresh candies, nuts, stationery, school books, peri odicals and the latest dailies from both east and west. * Burton E. Mossman, j The local campaign is on and from present indications prom ises to be a tame affair. Be sure td get your name on the great register. Do so to day. Don’t put it off until to morrow. Young men, please remember that Wilson Bros’, shirts, ties and E and W collars, and the best $3.50 and $4.00 shoes to be found anywhere, you can pro cure from Babbitt Bros. * Very few people do well in an emergency. G. R. Bauerback was slightly indisposed for a couple of days but is out on the streets again. C. L. Flinn and J. F. Mahoney are the registering officers for Winslow precinct. - Either will take pleasure in placing your name on the great register. Jim Bowen and Jim Donohue, from the “Jim” ranch, spent a few days in Winslow the latter part of last week. Some wives,like watches, have pretty faces, delicate hands, and are good to look upon—but some what difficult to regulate. There’s nothing much in a shirt waist when a man wears it, but when a girl wears it —well, there’s the girl. Mothers —If you want the best value in town in children’s shoes Babbitt Bros, have them in the deservedly popular star line they show. A new invoice just received from factory of these goods. * N. H. Bartlett is back on this division and will probably re main. His most estimable Wife is teaching the school at Linden again this winter. The elective franchise is too sacred a trust to neglect. It is the duty of every American citi zen to exercise that right ac cording to his best judgment and the dictates of his conscience. You cannot exercise that right, unless your name appears on the great register. Register to-day. Ladies of Winslow, Babbitt Bros, are offering their nice stock of shirt waists at 25 per cent reduction to close. Prices already reasonable thus afford you an opportunity you cannot afford to let pass. * Messrs. Campbell, Perkins & Rand are shearing their flocks, about six miles south of Wins low. Wool is commanding a good price, and there is very lit tle likelihood of its going down so long as our present troubles continue. A western paper, in an obit uary notice of a subscriber's son, says: “He was an uncommon smart boy. Had a little too much curiosity, perhaps, or he wouldn’t have peered so fatally into the muzzle of his father’s i shot-gun." Republican County Convention The reputdicans of Navajo county held their convention in the Winslow Opera House last Thursday afternoon, the 20th instant. Judge J. F. Mahoney, chair man of the county central com mittee called the convention to the order, in a few well chosen sentences. On motion Judge Mahoney was made permanent chairman, and Will Wooster secretary. The committee on credentials reported thirty-five delegates present and by proxy. Nominations for the various county offices were declared in order, and the following named were declared the choice of the convention: Council, Colin Campbell; As sembly, Burton E. Mossman; Sheriff, Jos. H. Bargman; Treas urer, F. M. Zuck; Recorder, S. D. Rogers; District Attorney, F. W. Nelson; Probate Judge, Dr. J. S. Wolford: Surveyor, J. E. Porter; Supervisors, L. E. Di velbess and J. H. Willis. The following named were se lected as delegates to the terri torial convention, which was to meet in Phoenix on the follow ing Monday: J. F. Mahoney, G. C. Reed, Julius Lesser, F. W. Nelson, J. H. Bargman, F. M. Zuck and W. H. Clark. The central committee of the past two years was re-elected, with the exception of F. M. Zuck, who resigned, and Homer F. Bushman was selected to fill the vacancy. The following were appointed to act as committeemen of their several precincts: F. J. Wattron, John Bushman, T. J. Hesser, G. R. Bauerbach, J. X. Woods, H. A. Hatch, J. H. Willis, R. Scott, Henry Huning, George Bryan, J. E. Shelley, C. E. Burton, J. W. Kennedy • The convention was harmo nious throughout. In fact, a majority of the nominees had to be persuaded to accept the emp ty honors of a nomination. A western editor, speaking of a local concert singer says, that her voice is delicious—pure as moonlight and-tender as a shirt. Quite a number of Holbrook ites were down in attendance on the republican county conven tion last Thursday. Julius Lesser and F. W. Nel son boarded No. 1 Sunday morn ing bound for Phoenix to repre sent Navajo county in the re publican territorial convention, which met on Monday. Mrs. Julius Krentz returned from quite an extended visit to the Pacific coast health resorts the-latter part of last week. We are informed that she derived considerable benefit from her visit. The Aztec Land and Cattle Company shipped two cars of range horses from this point last Saturday. This company is going out of the cattle busi ness altogether, and rumor has it that they propose putting in sheep. We are not advised as to whether there is any truth in the report or not. Those who want to have a voice in saying who shall fill the various county offices should see to it that their names appear on the great register. The time for registration to close is rapidly approaching. Delays are dan gerous. Don't put it off, bat register at once. Teddy Larkin returned from San Francisco on No. 2 Sunday night. Says the city and its in habitants have entirely changed from the old time San Francis co. A new generation and a new class of people have sprung up, and the change has not been for the better. Messrs. Krentz & Wolff are pushing their ditch from Cheve lon to their ranch north of town with their usual earnestness and energy. They have it now’ com pleted to Jack’s canyon. After crossing this obstacle, it will be an easy undertaking to carry it to their ranch. This canal, when completed, will insure them an abundance of water to reclaim all the land they care to culti tivate, w’ith water to spare their neighbors. I While walking along Church a few evenings since, we over heard the following between a husband and his wife: “I wish I were you for about two hours,” she said in her most pleading tones. “And why, my dear?” inquired the husband with con siderable interest. “Because.” she said, toying affectionately affectionately with his watch chain—“because then I would buy my wife a new set of furs, as winter is coming on. ” Ed Wolff is in St. Louis, his old home. He gave it out be fore leaving that he was going to visit his mother, sisters and brother, but it has transpired since that there were other and even greater attractions in that city, which had as much, per haps more, to do with his visit, than his relatives. We can’t whether congratulations are in order yet or not. An appropriate name for a city saloon would be Nowhere, sc that when married customers returned home and were asked by their too inquisitive spouses as to where they had been, they could answer “No where” with out stretching the truth. For Sale. —The three lots on the northeast corner of Kinsley and Aspinwall avenues. Also, the three lots on Aspinwall ave nue, immediately east of the former residence of W. H. Bur bage. Also, the corner lot in the rear of Rand-Dagg’s mer cantile establishment. These lots will be sold cheap, if in quired for at once. For further particulars inquire at The Mail office. * NOTlCE.—Having purchased the laundry of John Lee. also known as Charley Fook, all per sons having claims against eith er are hereby notified to present them at the above named laun dry, on or before Sunday, the 30th day of September. 1900, or I will not be responsible for their payment. Jim Lee. A young man in a neighboring town who wished to go out into the world, received the follow ing letter of recommendation, says the West Baden Journal: “The bearer has been in my em ploy, and I have found him in dustrious, truthful, intelligent and sober. I have observed, also, that his services about the house were satisfactory to my wife, and any one who can get along with her is a ‘peach.’ ” Not less than $1,000,000 is to be expended by the Santa Fe for new equipment between now and November 15. This is the heaviest expenditure ever made by this company in so short a space of time, and the limited time of the contract illustrates the urgent need for the cars. Not later than November 15 the the company will receive the following equipment: Fourteen dining cars, to cost not less than $14,000 each: twenty passenger locomotives, to cost on an aver age of $14,000 each: two com posite cars, to cast $7,700 each, and 500 refrigerator cars are needed to handle the constantly increasing Pacific Coast fruit traffic of the Santa Fe system. A Louisville woman had her husband arrested for kissing her. The Judge dismissed the defendant upon promise that he would never again be guilty of such conduct. The Judge was under the correct impression that the woman was the one to be punished, and he knew best how to administer the punish ment. In a speech at Canton, Ohio, Secretary of Agriculture Wilson had the following to say regard ing the ranges of the west. “With regard to meat producing animals the prices are high and will continue high because the people w r est ot the Missouri: river who graze their stock on the range country have been destroying the grasses so sys tematically that they are not able in many of the states now to maintain more than 50 per ! eent of the meat producing ani j mals found there a tew years j ago. The meats of the country ; in the future must be produced j on the farms of the countrv. “ The Cattle Outlook. A Star reporter has enterview ed several cattlemen in the past few days and the report agrees that varying in quantity in dif ferent localities, there is grass and water enough to keep cat tle until about Christmas to February Ist. As it is too late to look for any benefit to the ranges from fall rains; cattlemen will, in the near future, be confronted with the problem of caring for or dis posing of their holdings, with little hope of being able to hold for the want of feed. Questions regarding the pro posed regrassing of the range by the government, they all agree that it is a good idea, but some are doubtful about the suc cess of the plan, as it will be hard to keep the cattle off the new grass, even if cattlemen were willing to take the trouble to drive their stock to new ranges. Although the outlook for the cattle industry is not encouraging for the near future. —Tucson Star. Within-the last fifty years the world has witnessed a complete revolution in our means of pro duction. Our material relations have all changed. Machinery has taken the place of muscle to a very large extent in the pro duction of every article of ne cessity, comfort and luxury, and and the progress in this direc tion is still going forward at an accelerated ratio. Labor is be ing continually displaced by labor saving devices, and the saving is added to the profits of the owner of the machinery and the prospect for the toiler is growing more discouraging. Millions have been entirely sub merged by their inability to keep themselves employed and other millions who have been able to retain employment, find no re lease from excessive toil because their labor will produce more, but on the contrary they are threatened with a constantly lowering standard of living from reduced wages. The few who have secured a monoply of the machinery of production and destribution are daily becoming more arrogant and exacting. This condition of affairs cannot last, and wisdom demands a speedy improvement, if we as people would avoid the most disastrous consequences.—Equi ty- _____ The statements of old timers along the roads and the cattle trails of Arizona to the effect that prairie fires are quite fre quently -started by the sun’s rays shining through empty bot tles, that have been thrown away by those passing through the country and igniting dry prairie grass are confirmed by the experience of Chas. Olson, a farmer living on the Jim Riv er, in Sanborn county, S. D. a few days ago. He has just lost 400 bushels of wheat by a fire which was started by the sun shining through an empty oil bottle laying in the field and ig niting the dry straw. A strong wind was blowing and the fire starting in this peculiar manner, soon swept across the field, burning the wheat while it was yet in the shock.—Range News. The Standard Oil campany recently attempted to carry things with as high a hand in | Russia as it is doing here. The czar did not do a thing to the oil trust except to appoint an auditor ot its accounts with in- ! structions to allow the trust a “fair profit” on its products and , turn the balance into the public treasury. But we are so bril liant in America that we have just contributed $23,000,000 as a . quarterly dividend. In the great German empire, where the gov ernment owns and controls the railways, the poorest man in Germany can ship a barrel ot oil from one end of Germany to 1 the other just as cheap as the Standard Oil company can. — Tri-City Unionist. — < A BONA FIDE SALARY—SI2 WEEKLY. ( Men and women to appoint agents ! and represent ns, some in travel, oth ers for local work. sl2 weekly salary 1 and expenses. Old established house, ] pleasant permanent positions, rapid advancement and increase of wages. Write at once. Address BUTLER & ALGER, ' Dept E [o-l] New Haven, Conn. Winslow Drug Store. w. R. CAMPBELL, Prop. •• • • Carrie* a Full Lin* of Par# □ RUGS Patent Medicines faints, Oils, Brashes and Varnishes. PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully * Compounded. Fine Stationery. Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Fancy Goods. Fine Wines, Liquors, FOB MBDICINAL DIB. Choice Cigars and Tobaccos. Livery, Feed AND Sale Stable. R. C. CRESWELL, PROPRIETOR. WINSLOW ARIZONA. Dealar In 1 Coal, Hay and Grain OF ALL KINDS. , ' Good Teams. ; Rigs and Saddle Horses FOR ALL • Parts of the Country ! Ratesßeasonable Vienna Bakery. Ernest Ferar, Pro. KINSLEY AVENUE. WINSLOW, ARIZ. Bread, Cakes and Pies delivered at homes daily. Wedding Cates a Specialty PROFESSIONAL CARDS. B. F JACKSON, Attorney at Law, Probate Judge, Navajo County, Holbrook, Arizona. GEORGE P. SAMPSON. Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence Second street back of the Catholic Church. W. H. BURBAGE, DISTBICT ATTORNEY, NAVAJO COUNTY, Winslow, Arizona. Will practice la *ll the court* of the Ter ritory. F. W. NELSON, ATTOBNBT - AT - LAW, EOTABY PUBLIC. Window, Arison*. R. C. DRYDEN, M. D. PHTSIOIAH A SUKSKO*. j Winslow. Arison*. I Office hours from 10 to 12 M.. and from 2to 4 P. M. J. Q. WELCH, D. D. 8. DENTIST. Satisfaction gnaranteed. Office with Dr. Dryden. T. S. PUNCH. J. B. JONBS BUNCH A JONES, ATTOSNBTS-AT-IiAW. Office—Court House, Flagstaff, Arison*. Will practice in *ll the courts of Fourth Judicial District. Tent Cit^ AT Coronado Beach, Opens June I, 1900. In addition to the peerless attractions of former summer seasons at Corona do Beach, the new and unique attrac tions of a Tent City is provided for those who choose the freedom of the tent rather than the luxury of the Hotel. Excursion Tickets at extremely low rates will be sold by the Santa pe f^oute.