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The Winslow mail. (Winslow, Ariz.) 1893-1926, December 16, 1905, Image 4

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PUBLISHED SATURDAYS
SunscKiprioN, Two Dollars per Year.
Enteied in the I’ostotfice at Winslow as
second class matter.
C. rUNSTON. - Publisher
LLOYD C. MCNNING. - Editor
All subscriptions payable in advance.
Eveiy subscriber’s paper will be stopped at
expiration of subscription.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF NAVAJO COUNTY
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1905.
Territorial Fair Items.
The Pair grounds are now in
splendid shape and present a
striking - appearance, visitors
pronouncing - it one of the most
complete in the country and the
view is beautiful. The exhibit
buildings are completed and the
exhibits are now being install
ed. The Mining exhibit is
coming in very satisfactorily
and is being arranged by Ernest
Ford and Fred Christy. The
Educational exhibit has been
received from outside points
and is being - put in place Many
articles for entry are being re
ceived from all parts of the ter
ritory in tiie Woman's depart
ment.
The railroad companies have
“come through” handsomely on
rates, making for the Fair one
and one-half cents per mile
from all points in the territory
and from Southern California
stations one fare for the round
trip.
The postponement of the Fair
appears to have resulted to its
benefit and the attendance
promises to be larger than if it
had been held on the original
dates. Christmas day will be
the opportunity for the home
people and later in the week
all parts of the territory will be
represented.
Joint-Statehood League
Getting Susy.
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 11. 'OS.
Gentlemen: —
We desire to collect as soon
FSƑSFDS
as possible the different copies:
of the petition against joint
statehood which were distribut- j
ed throughout the territory.
Will you kindly urge, through
the columns of your newspaper,
everyone who has not signed to
do so at otrce and for those who i
have copies of the petition in
their charge to return them to
the Arizona Anti-Joint-State
hood League, at Phoenix, on or
before the 20th day of Decern
ber.
We are getting some very en
couraging news from Washing- j
ton and believe that if the peo
ple of this territory pull togeth
er the joint-statehood bill will
be defeated.
It will require a fund to pay
the necessary expenses of the!
Leagut, and although we have
received a number of voluntary
subscriptions we wish that you
would publish the enclosed no
tice and urge upon your readers
the desirability of having as
many’ people subscribe as possi
ble, even though the amount of
each subscription is small.
Thanking you in advance fori
your courtesy, we are,
Yours very truly’,
ARIZONA ANTI JOINT
STATEHOOD LEAGUE,
By Roy 8. Goodrich,
Assistant to the President.
j
i
Loyal Citizens of Arizona.
The Arizona Anti Joint-State
hood League is in need of mon
ey’. The voluntary subscrip
tions have thus far sustained
the work of the League and
there has been no need to call
for subscriptions, but we now
ask all loyal citizents of Ari
zona to contribute toward the j
good of the work.
Subscriptions of SI.OO or more
may be sent to W. D. Fulwiler.
Treasurer, Phoenix, Arizona.
J. C. Adams,
President.
Ben Williams, who was at
tending the United States Court
at Prescott last week, was sen- i
tenced to sixty days in jail by'
Judge Sloan for alleged tam
pering with (he Indian witness
es in the Bruchman case.
In a Tourist Sleeper
TO
Chicago, Kansas City. Denver, St.
Paul, Minneapolis, Omaha, Des
Moines. St. Louis, Toronto, Mon
treal. Buffalo, Rochester. Albany.
Boston, and other Eastern points
via the Santa Fe.
These Sleepers have all the con
veniences and comfort of the stan
dard cars and the berth rate is just
half. Ask any Santa Fe Agent
about it.
THE WINSLOW MAIL
a. f. McAllister,
Notary Public & Conveyancer.
Abstracting of titles
promptly attended to.
Office in Court House,
Holbrook, Arizona.
The Mail, $2 the year.
Made-to-Drder Suits!
Huve you talked to any
one wtio has had one of
those $16.00 made-to
order suits, or their old
clothes made new at F.
E. Peltzel's, the tailor.
They are all delighted
with them.
F. E, Peltzel
the Tailor
TP H I C
Navajo County Bank
(INCORPORATED.)
Winslow, Arizona.
Capital Stock Paid in $25,000.
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $7,500.
Deposits. $125,000.
Depository of Territorial, Navajo
and Apache County Funds.
OFFICERS:
W. H. Burbage, President.
F W. Nelson, Vice-President and Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
W. H. Burbage, F. W. Nelson, Henry Huning.
W. W. Perkins, J.-I. Krentz.
STOCKHOLDERS:
W. W. Perkins J ulius Wetzler W. H. Burbage
J. I. Krentz L. I. Buchanan F. W. Nelson
F. J. YVattron E. W. Nelson M. W. Flournoy
Juo. R. Grant David Babbitt Henry Huning
W. F. Boteford C. J Babbitt
Transfer, Livery, Feed and
Sales Stable
R. C. CRESWELL, Pf?OP.
Live Slock TnSpsctor for. District Ho. 2.
Deafer in Goaf, Pay and Grain.
Saddfe Morses and Rigs for Ass Parts of the Country.
RATES REASONABLE
>3 The H 4
Vienna Bakery
Still Does Business at the
Old Stand
Bread, Cakes and Pies r
Hew Line of Gandies.
Saratoga Chips.
Your Money's Worth.
Indian Curios the Cheapest
iMO BOOSTERS

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