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DEALER IN Family Groceries, Fresh Vegetables,Fruit Spring Chickens, Etc., Southeast of the Water Tank on the south side of the Raiiroad Track. Winslow, :::::: Arizona. THE DOWNS HOUSE, Winslow, Arizona. Mrs. JOHN DOWNS, Prop. EUROPEAN Well Ventilated Rooms, Nicely Furnished and Cleanly Kept. BAR, SAMPLE ROOM AND RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION SENATE SALOON, HEADQUARTERS FOR Finest Wines, Whiskies and Gigars. See Oui Display of Case Goods. INVESTIGATE OUR PRICES. IP YOU SHOULD PEEL THIRSTY TRY OUR SCHOONERS OF BEER. We Respectfully Solicit Your Patronage. JOHN A. FORSYTH Prop. • Livery, Feed AND Sale Stable. R. C. CRESWELL, PROPRIETOR. WINSLOW ARIZONA. D«al«r in Coal, Hay and Grain OF ALL KINDS. Good Teams, Rigs and Saddle Horses FOR ALL Parts of the Country Ratesßeasonnble 1 There is nothing more'delicious than a cup of Gillies SOVEREIGN > /ERj7^Tj/ OLD GLORY i < COFFEE. ’ These coffees are taken hot from the roasters and sealed in air tight tins. They reach Winslow with all their de lightful flavor aud aroma and are sim ply perfection in coffee. For sale by Babbitt Bros. J. M. PRATT, Agent for Arizona. Coffins & Caskets! ALWAYS ON HAND At Parr’s Undertaking Parlors, Opposite the Depot, WINSLOW : : : ARIZONA. | LOUIS FILLE BOOT AND SHOE NT .A in: l; w. One door west of the RECEPTION SALOON. Boots and Shoes made to order. Re pairing promptly, neatly, cheaply and substantially done. All work guaran-. teed. Give him a trial. Vienna Bakery. Ernest Ferar, Pro, KINSLEY AVENUE. WINSLOW, ARIZ. Bread, Cakes and Pies delivered at homes daily. Wedding Cakes a Specialty Santa Fe Pacific R. R. Company. OONDENSED TIME TABLE NO. 46, EFFECTIVE JULY. 1, 1900. ffKSTff ABD. lABIWABD STATIONS. No 1 No. 2. 10 OOp Lv Chicago.. Ar 7 40a 11 50a Kansas City 5 45^ 3 20a Denver..- io 00a 1 ®? a .Pueblo 6 50u 4 2oa -.La Junta 10 80p .9 05p Albuquerque Lv 8 oo't 2 31a Wingate 3 ££ f Navajo Springs 12 58a ? ?5 a Holbrook 11 35p t» foa Panzanee- n ® s?=» Josepli City 11 lfi,, 7 ooa Winslow . jo lon 1 Canon Diablo. » 42p 9 28a Flagstaff 8 42n J* *~ a Williams 7 igp 12 35p Lv Ask Fork, 5 55p - PACIFIC TIMS Seligman. 4 20p 2 Peach Springs 140 p r Kingman 11 25a 8 35a r? a Barstow 2 10a I, 12“ . ..Mojave !2 15a Los Angeles 730 p ® San Francisco 9 00a X o ?- p V V i Ash *! ork Ar 6 55p , " r Jeion e Junction Lv 750 p 5 *®P Prescott.. „ ...Lv 8 45p l“P Congress Junction Lv 11 52p 1 rains Nos. 1 and 2 are the regular Daily Overlaud Express and run every day in the year. Ihe trains are equipped to accommo date passenge. s traveling on all classes of tickets. J bey carry Pullman Palace Sleep ing Cars through from Los Angeles to < hi- 1 -ago, and also Vestibuled Pullman Tourist 'leeping ars. In addition to these it I arries a Reclining Chair Car.no extra barge being made for seats. The Grand Canyon of the Colorodo, the •loqui Villages and the Petrified Forest in 1 L ,Z i°, na can reache t only via this line. rolders and descriptive books will be fur nished on application. JOHN J. BYRNE. General Passenger Agent, Los Angeles. Cal. 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, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, NAVAJO COUNTY, Winslow, Arizona. ! practice in all the courts of the Ter j ritory. F. W. NELSON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. Winslow, : ; Arizona. R. C. DRYDEN, M. D. PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Winslow, : : ; Arizona. ! Office hours from 10 to 12 m.. and from 2to 4 p. m. - J. Q. WELCH, D. D. S. DENTIST. Satisfaction guaranteed. Office with Dr. Dryden. T. S. BUNCH, J. E. JONES BUNCH & JONES, ATTOENEYS-AT-LAW. Office—Court House, Flagstaff. Arizona. Will practice in all the courts of Fourth Judicial District. rrrnrSlJTo PATENT Rood Ideas I. 1 I .1 HR ’S may be secared by ■ 111 1 M ■ our aid. Address, JM k j a £? the patent record, Baltimore. M 4. f&ljc gjtJmslom gbtaiU THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900. mmmmmmmmm o SECRET SOCIETIES. A STATED MEETINGS OF WINSLOW Lodge, No. 13, F. and A, M. are held in Masonic Hall, on the second j Tuesday of each month. Visit ing brethren are cordially invited to I attend. W. A, r akk, W. M. I C. D. Haney. Secretary. POST OFFICE HOURS. Week —8 a m to 2 p m, and from 3 p m to 7:30 p m. Sundays from 2 to 3 p m. TALK OF THE TOWN. 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. * . Go 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. * The “whirl of fashion”—the waltz. The more a man talks, the less wood he saws. One act of friendship is worth ten thousand words of love. For sprains, swellings and lameness there is nothing so good as Chamberlain’s Pain Balm. Try it. For sale by W. R. Campbell, druggist. * When a man is looking for trouble he never loses his way. The flea was probably the orig inal back-biter. A wise man never gives up a sure thing for an uncertainty. Lots of men who are short on sense are long on dollars. Call at the Bon-Ton Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors for first-class millinery and dress making, one door west of the undertaking parlors. * Only the insignificant will find it necessary to make pretensions The voting in Winslow was rather slow. All defeated candidats say that all the liars are not dead. Go to Babbitt’s for your heat ing and cooking stoves. Agents for Cole’s air tight soft coal burner, will save you 25 per cent in fuel If you don't believe it, ask any one vvao has oaa * Trust no profession of love that cannot be honorably made and openly. A good intention never did harm; it was only called a good intention. Shut the door in the face of nature and she will come in at the window. The day is lost if you pass it without having laughed at least once. See those new T pattern dining chairs, solid golden oak. Pret ty, you will say. Cheap, too. At Babbitt Bros. When you w’ant anything in the furniture! line, we can figure with you, as we handle car lots of these goods. * The average American citi zen is not competent to exercise the elective franchise. A man should never feel sure of his election until all the votes are counted. Dead sure things sometimes fail to mater ialize. ’’ Holbrook did herself proud Tuesday by giving some on the democratic ticket a majority. The residents of the county seat are becoming more civ ilized. Are you satisfied with your flour. Flour is the staff of life, and we have the Empress brand, which we guarantee to make from five to twenty more loaves of bread to the 100 pounds, and better bread than any other brand in town. This is no josh. Babbitt Bros. * We do a good many needless things just because we suspect somebody thinks we can't. When a man reaches that point in his career he is satisfied with himself his usefulness on earth is at an end. It is Senator Campbell now. We make our bow. Mark Hanna is still boss. Mighty is boodle. There are not many demo- 1 crats in the east this year. Tommy Hesser declined the houor of serving another two j years in his former position. Some cf the defeated candi dates took their defeat to heart pretty hard. Freeman Stewart mane a fly ing trip to Needles, California, the first part of the week. Some candidates had to be beatean, of course. Those on both tickets could not be elected. N. H. Bartlett will leave in a few 7 days for Pinetop w 7 here he goes to teach school. He is certainly competent. It is Judge Mahoney for an other tw r o years. Lauro T. Matta is justice of the peace by the votes of the people of Winslow 7 . K. C. Henley and John Spires were elected constables for the ensuing tw r o years. Winslow polled 314 votes, while those w 7 ho are well ac quainted say that fully 100 re mained away from the polls who w T ere in town. From present indications the entire democratic county ticket is elected with tw r o exceptions. Colin Campbell is elected to the council and L. E. Divelbess supervisor. If people were to get paid for all the foolish things they do and say, poverty would soon be a thing of the past. The millionaire has as much too much as the tramp has too little. The ladies of the Methodist Episcopal church will give their annual bazaar in the Booth building November 20th and 21st All are cordially invited to at tend. Up to the hour of going to press all reports from the east looked as if it were a landslide to McKinley instead of to Bryan. As the darky said: “A white man is mighty oncartin.’’ Ed Schaeffer, locomotive en gineer, returned to Winslow from an extended trip through out the northw 7 est. They will come back to Winslow. The fall fights opened on Tuesday evening after the polls closed. The row 7 w 7 as not over politics, however, and, of course both couldn’t win. There should be less worrying about what the ‘‘unseen has in store,” and more care of the health to be able to do the work it brings to everyone. Our fall stock is now very complete, and we can show you better values than ever before. Don't forget that w r e carry the Utz & Dam Ladies and Chil dren’s shoes, which once w r orn are alw T ays worn, and Babbitt Bros, are headquarters for the best lines of merchandise. * The election in Winslow passed off quietly and good ; naturedly. There was no | wrangling or hard feeling ex- i hibited during the entire day. | The local ticket was somewhat 1 mixed. The democracy receiv ing a good majority on most ot the county ticket, w 7 hile Smith, the candidate for congress ran ahead of his ticket and rolled up the largest majority ever given in Winslow for delsgate to congress. To remove a troublesome corn or bnnion: First soak the corn or bunion in warm w T ater to soften it, then pare it down as closely as possible without draw ing blood and apply Chamber , lain's Pain Balm twice daily; rubbing vigorously for five min utes at each application. A corn plaster should be worn for a few 7 days, to protect it from the shoe. As a general liniment for sprains, bruises, lameness and rheumatism, Pain Balm is un equaled. For sale by W. R. j Campbell. *j Following- is the vote cast iu Winslow on Tuesday last: For Delegate— Smith 183, Mur phy 101, Davidson 1. Smith's plurality 81. Councilman—Parr 147, Camp bell 152, Assemblyman—Morgan 151, Mossman 138. District Attorney—Burbage 182, Nelson 94. Sheriff—Secrist 231, Bargman i 72. Treasurer—Flake 100, Zuck 182. Recorder—McAllister 228, Ro gers 62. Probate Judge—Jackson 210, Woolford 72. Surveyor—Frost 137, Porter 110. Supervisors—Hunt 140, Rich ards 110, Divelbess 160, Willis 96. Justices of the Peace —Maho- ney 109. Matta 28, Flinn 1. Constable—Henley 70, Spires 24. There were fourteen ballots thrown out as illegal. A newspaper is supposed to be a news desseminator. There are a lot of people who imagine that if their name is left out of a paper, it is from pique or spite. It is a small calibred newspaper man indeed, who omit names from such motives. When an up to-date newspaper man omits the name of any individual from the colurns of his paper, it is never from such cause and is al ways done in sucn a manner that the individual cannot mistake the meaning. A great many people think they are presuming or intruding to give a news gatherer a “local of news. On the contrary, it is a part of their duty and a little favor that every newspaper man appreciates. While some men can do a little more than other men. yet a man is a man anywhere, and there is a limit to his powers. He can not be anywhere and everywhere jat once, so kind readers please ! get the idea only of one thing: When giving a “bit’’ of news, give it correctly.—Prospector. The following invitation has been addressed to a Flagstaff dog-poisner by the owner of an unfortunate canine: “My dog has j been poisoned. The worthless | cur that done the poisoning is I respectfully invited to attend the funeral of his brother. Please don't miss this opportu nity to have greatness thrown at your empty head and an honor i conferred on your worthless soul by being permitted to bury the more noble brute. ” An exchange remarks: “The newspaper is a law book for the indolent, a sermon for the thoughtless, a liberty for the poor, and an admonisher to the to the lawless. It may stimulate the most indifferent, it may in struct the most profound; but it cannot tie published without cost, and mailed free to sub scribers. ” He was rather a rackety young man and kept very late hours. He was going on a long journey, ond on bidding farewell to his beloved he said to her: “Darling, when I am faraway, eeery night I will gaze at yon star and think of thee. Wilt thou, too, gaze at yon star and think of me?” “I will, indeed, dearest,” she re plied. “If I needed anything to ! remind me of you, I would choose i (that very star.” “Why?” he! , asked. “Because it is always | out so late at night and looks so pale in the morning.”—Pick-Me-! UP- Character should count for more than cash. LIST OF LETTERS. Remaining in the post office at Wlns ; low on the 7th day of November, 1900 j ; and if not called for in ten days will be forwarded to the dead letter olliee at Washington, D. C. Albert Arnold, P G Gilbert, Clarence Alien, Will Gibson, L J Clark, 3 Joseph Healeab, L< C Culbirth, A Harrop, I N A Camron, Sol E Levi, DrELCassels, Prank Lewis, Thomas Conuor, M L Lewis, D C Dougias, Percy Lucas, A W Davis, Kitty Murtie, Pred Eldridge, J W Pryor, 2 E II Edwards, Lillie Wilson. MEXICAN LETTERS. Juan Sandobal, Don Carmen Lopez Sifrado Serna, Sonjius Mori, Yguacio Arajon, Senores Menaozo, Julian Sandobal, Mein Moutayre. Please say advertised when culling, tor any of the above letters. Julia Mahoney, P. M. CABINBT. CARROLL T. HICKEY, Prop. WINSLOW, ARIZONA. OSCAR PRPPRR & RU SSRTT RYE) WHISKIES OF 1893. FIRST-CLASS WINES & CIGARS. A Great Name is a In baking powder, * _ In these days of un- gUaraittOß scrupulous adultera- of tion, a great name SUSSOB*fOI* gives the best security. There are many Worth brands of baking powders, but Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is recognized at once as the brand of great name, a powder of highest favor and reputation. Everyone has absolute confidence in the food where Dr. Price's Baking Powder is used. Pure and healthful food is a matter of vital importance to every individual. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder assures the finest and most wholesome food. Made from pure grape cream of tartar. • Note.—Avoid the imitation baking pow- PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., ders - are m °? t,y ™ ad< ! from CHICAGO. alum, a cheap, caustic acid, danger ous to health when taken in food. A Boy’s Idea of an Editor. The editor is the happiest man on earth. He can go to the cir cus on an afternoon and evening without paying a cent, and in quests and hangings. He gets free tickets to picnics and festi vals: gets wedding cake sent to him, and sometimes he gets lick ed, but not often, for he can take it back in the next issue, whicl he generally does. Ineverknev but one editor to get licked. Hi paper busted that day and he couldn’t take back things. Other people go to bed early, but the editor sits up late and sees all that goes on. Wheu lam a man I mean to be an editor, so I can sit up late at night. Railroads get up excursions for him. In politics he don’t care much who he goes for if they are on his side. If I were asked if I would rather have an education or be an editor, 1 would say, “let me be an editor. ” —Ex. Manager McGee, of Lowell Co-operative Labor Colony, was here Saturday, closing a deal with Mr. C. T. Sharp for the latter’s cattle. The Colony have a good range with an abun dance of water and propose to go into cattle raising, in con nection with their dairy and mining business. Their mines are developing into wonderful properties. At the bottom of an eighty foot shatt they have four feet of ore the major portion of which yields from 500 to 800 ounces silver per ton. —Arizona Blade. The following loving epistle was picked up in the streets of our city a few days since. It reads as follows: “Dear Fred— The reson i didn’t lass when you last at me yesterday in the post offic was becaus i have a bile on j my face and kaint lass. If i lass she’ll bust. But i love you Fred, bile or no bile, lass or no lass. Your luvin Jane til detb.” “Murphy and Statehood, " is just about as sincere a campaign cry as was “McKinley and Free Silver” four years ago. “Mc- Kinley and Gold, Murphy and Bonds” will come nearer the mark. —Enterprise. Ives, The Florist. Out Flowers, The Kind That Keep. Albuquerque, N. M. A BONA FIDE SALARY—SI2 WEEKLY. Men and women to appoint agenta tnd represent us, some in travel, oth ers for local work. sl2 weekly salary nd expenses. Old established bouse, leasant permanent positions, rapid dvancement and increase of wages. Vrite at once. Address BUTLER & ALGER, >ept E [o-l] New Haven, Conn. Winslow l)rn| Store. W. R. CAMPBELL, Prop. •• • • Carries s Full Line of Pure □ RUGS Patent Medicines *aints, Oik, Brashes and Varnishes. PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully* <upounded. Pine Stationery. Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Fancy Goods. Fine Wines, Liquors, FOK MEDICINAL USE. Choice Cigars and Tobaccos. Tent City 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 I^oute.