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CLOSING OUT SALE. On account of ill health Mrs. Nellie E. Bruce & Co will close out their stock of millinery and ladies' and children’s furnish ing goods. Beginning’ Saturday morning. June the 2d. we will give £ off on all millinery and bed-rock prices on everything else in stock. Call and look things over. NELLIE E. BRUCE & CO. ! LOCAL NEWS I s I Horsebuyer King was in town Thursday. The weather has—Oh. well, we wont mention it. Miss Wright, operator at Mo-1 qui. was in the city Wednesday. I For line tailoring go to Pelt zel’s. There was a social dance at the Opera House Thursday j evening. General Manager Jacobson,of the Harvey system, was here Tuesday. W. J. Rickeman, the Santa Fe’s steel tank builder, was here Monday. NOTlCE—Sunday. June 24th. will positively be our last day for sittings. Mishi.ek & Walkuh. Photogra pliers. Supervisor.!. J Shumwav. of Taylor, was on No. 1 Sunday morning bound for Prescott as trial juror. Brakeman Ben Butner.accorn panied bv his family, returned home Sunday morning from a visit in lowa. Mr. Hamilton, formerly of California, now has chargt of the stationary engines at the round house. Mrs. Secord, wife of tiie night yardmaster. returned Monday from . Denver, accompanied by lier son William. Jean 1 . Nelson, government >tock inspector, left yesterday morning for Noble's dipping tanks to inspect the dipping of sheep belonging to Blv. Dagg and Hart. (io to A. E. GILL YRD, Druggist, For the BEST ICE ( REAM and the COLDEST ROOT BEER in Town. A E. Gillard. the popular druggist, has been on the sick list this week. H A. Larsen, the prosperous Pleasant Valley cattleman, was in the city Tuesday. W. L. Wise, chief clerk to Road Master Gabriel, of Albu querque, visited with his many friends in the city Sunday. There was a special meeting of the Town Council Tuesday afternoon to arrange the plac ing of arc lights in the streets. R M. Brucbman left for! Prescott Sunday morning to be present when his case of alleg ed selling liquor to Indians is called up. While putting out a fire in Babbitts' cellar Tuesday even ing, Joseph Oleson, one of the clerks, was quite severely burn ed about the arms. Mr. Homer, of the Arizona Magazine, of Phoenix, was in our city Tuesday in the interest of his periodical, which deserv es liberal patronage. Mrs. Galpin, daughter of Mrs John Noble, arrived here this week from Phoenix to spend the summer, and was accom panied by her children. Rev W. W. Havens. Superin tendent of the Arizona and New Mexico Anti Saloon League, left yesterday for Williams al ter spending a week here. LETTER LIST The following is a list ol letters remaining uncalled for in-the Winslow post office June 28, 190(5: W. R. Adams. Victor D. Carr, Thomas Oaneltield, D. J. Locke. J. E. Maxwell, Mr. S. Sona. Larsen Thorwald. MEXICAN EIST Jose Costello, Miss Elena Fir voba. Juan Conteras. Margar ito Sabalo. Traiguielino Galle gos. Atilano Gallegos, Ervel Garsilla, Refugio Ledesnio 2, Maricino Mosceda, Marselino Castro, Paulino Vargas 2, San ! tiago Rocha. Consecioa Mar quez. Selso Avallano, Jose Mar ia Cedillo, Dario Faurigue, Ati lornio Baca, Julian Natal, Pe dro Natai, Benito Billapondo, Alcario Rocha,Perfecto Guarez, Povtafosa Cruz. .Tueia Mahoney. P. M. a. f. McAllister, Notary Public & Conveyancer. Abstracting of titles promptly attended to. Office in Court House, Holbrook, Arizona. Tilt; WINSLOW HAIL Program for the Fourth. Below is submitted a program of events for the Fourth of July as compiled by the committee. 1. Grand fantastic parade headed by the Winslow Brass Band, assembling at the Opera House at 9:30, marching about the city and- thence to ttie race i track and ball grounds. Prize to be given to the best costume and one to the best float. 2. At race track and ball i grounds at 10 a. m., match game of base ball, Winslow vs Ft. ’ Apache. 3. 1:30 p. m., 100 yds. dash, ; free for all. 4. Burro race for boys under 15 (slow race). 5. 2 p. m., match game of j base ball, Winslow vs. Needles. 6. Trotting race, 1 mile, free for all. 7. Indian pony race, £ mile. 8. Saddle race, free for all, J mile. 9. Indian pony race 1 mile. 10. Steer tieing. 11. Indian foot race, 200 yds. 12. Relay race, 1 mile, sad dle. 13. Broncli busting. 14. Chicken pulling. 15. Fire works in the even- ! commenced Business July 2ist, 1900. Navajo County Bank DEPOSITS: Dec. 3d, 1902 $93,628.33 Dec. 23d, 1904 $101,334.54 December 23d, 1905 $147,199.09 5% Paid on Time Deposits “The Proof of Good Service is Constant Growth’’ Resources Jan’y Ist, 1906, $200,00U,C : European Plan. Rates from 50c to $1 Per Day Sample Room, Bar and Restaurant in Connection ing. 16. Grand ball at the Opera House at 8:30 p. m. This list is subject to revision. There will be two prizes in every event except the steer tieing aud broncho busting and these prizes will range from ten to seventy-five dollars. We intend sparing neither money nor labor toward making this send-off a big one in everv irespect. The barbeque will be held at twelve o’clock in at the ball 'grounds and every person hav j ing an appetite is cordially in I vited to come and fill up on the i best beef ever grown on the range. With reference to the horse i races we desire that parties having horses to be entered in tlie different races will so in form the committee at least one week ahead of the Fourth. W. P. Geauy, H L. Chilson, Don Chisholm, Executive Committee O. B. Sutton, Marshal of the Day. The Winslow Mail is on sale at J. F. Mahoney’s post office news depot.