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A party composed of E. E, Ball,
V. C. Proctor, F. McNutt and 0. Gabriel, have been making a trip of inspection over the Albuquer-; que division under the guidance ofSupt. Gibson, the trip being made on a gasoline motor ear. This car, known as Motor Car No. 1. is practically a railroad automobile, being capable of very high speed, as well as hav a seating capacity of ten. The car is handled by the dispatcher as if it were a regular train, it: not being advisable to let them run out after the gt\ r le of the •‘three-wheelers” taking chances on getting off in time to avoid accident. The inspection party left Seligman on the 20th inst , arid made a very careful inspec tiOn of the road bed as well as all the bridges on the division, arriving at Albuquerque Tuesday evening. Victor Morawetz, chairman of the Executive Board, and J. W. • Kendrick, second vice-president in charge of operation of the San ta Fe system, passed through Winslow on No. 2 Thursday even ing returning to Chicago. Messrs. Morawetz and Kendrick have been on an extended visit of the Coast Lines, including the S. F. P. & P., and the Tonapah and Tidewater lines. The party ac companied bv A.G. Wells,general manager Coast Lines, and Super intendent Gibson, visited the Grand Canyon during the first few days of this week, having gone there on a special train Monday evening. General Mana ger Wells returned to Los Ange les on No. 1 F'riday. Thos. Ramage, the elongated passenger conductor, in whisper ing to his engineer here Monday threw a switch at Riordan. It is claimed by some railroad men that Mr. Ramage after leaving Winslow can talk to the dispatch er until he reaches the tunnel west of Williams. If he could get his voice through the tunnel he could converse with the dis patcher a much longer distance. —Flagstaff Sun. Mrs. F\ M. Roberts, sister of Mrs. J. A. Gray, who has been visiting here for the past three months, left for Los Angeles Thursday morning and after a short visit at that point will go to Portland, Oregon, where Mr. Roberts has taken up a perma nent residence. S. C. Overstreet, Santa F'e special other, who has been in the Albuquerque hospital undergo-j ing an operation for appendicitis, was in Winslow this week greet ing old friends, he now being on the road to recovery. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are small, sate, sure and gentle little pills. Sold by Winslow Drug Store. A. E. Gil lard. Prop. Miss Pearl M. Herndon, Reader and Impersonater, assisted by three other ladies of exceptional ability, gave an entertainment at; the Opera House Tuesday even ing under the auspices of the San ta F'e Reading Room. Miss Hern don is not unknown to the Wins- i low public, having given an en tertainment for the Elks here last winter, and the approval of the large audience attested to her ability as an entertainer. : . J. Dolan, for many years a con ductor with the Santa Fe on the Valley division and latter on the Albuquerque division between Winslow and Scl,igman, is visit ing Winslow this week. Mr. Dol an is now with the Northern Electric Company, running out of Sacramento, Cal. Magnus Rosenburg came in from the mountains last Satur day on business. While here he received the sadnewsofthedcath of his father, Magnus Rosenburg, which occurred at Mount Pleas ant, Utah, April, Ist On account of being in the mountains and not hearing of his father’s death Mr. Rosenberg was unable to attend the funeral. W. S. Fields, formerly manager of the Holmes Supply Company’s store at this point, but who has been in Albuquerque for the past two years, has been in town this week, as a representative of the Albuquerque Daily Sun, a new Democratic newspaper which recently started in Albuquerque. Engineer J W. Christal. accom panied by his wife and daughter, Belle, arrived home Tuesday morning. Mrs Christal and Miss Belle have been visiting with rel atives at Las Vegas, N. M., Mr. Christal having gone as far as Gallup to meet them as well as to enjoy with his family a shoit visit at the mining town. The trouble with most cough cures is that they constipate. Kennedy’s Laxative Cough Sy rup does not constipate, but on the ottier hand it.-, laxative prin cipals gently move the bowels. It is pleasant to take and it is especia 1 ly recoin mended for chil dren, as it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar. Sold by Winslow Drug Store. A. E Gil lard, Prop. W. E. Secord, dav vardmaster under agent Holmes, has caught the gold fever and has been gran ted a sixtv-day leave of absence. I during which time he will at tempt to locate a bonanza in the Parker district, having left for that point last Monday morning, accompairing Mr. Holmes. Messrs. Burbage and Geary left Tuesday morningforTucson, Arizona, to attend the Democra tic Convention. Notice. j Your annual Street Tax of | $2.00 is now due and must be j paid in casn or labor on the i streets and alleys. All male per sons between the ages of 21 and 50 years are subject to this tax. ! Please call and pay same to Theo. H. Shuflin, Supervisor of Streets. Office: C. L. Flinn Store. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Common Council of the Town of Winslow has decreed that a : tax levy be made on all proper ty situated within the corpor ate limits of said Town for the | purpose of all salaries, contin gent and ordinary expenses of the corporation, the construc | tion and repairing of streets, j sidewalks hikl cross-walks and for the purpose of defraying any and all other expenses of what soever character or description. The levy shall be 8 mills on the dollar: all taxes are at once due after the publication of this jmoticeand will be collected by the Marshal as ex officio tax col lector Per order of the Common Counci 1. W H. Burbage. Mayor. E. J. Wolff. Cl e r I’ XPRESsN Europe i. Rates from 50c to $] Per I Day Sample Room, Bar and Restaurant in Connection PROFESSIONAL CARDS. BURBAGE and NELSON. Attorneys at Law. Notary Public Winslow, Arizona. Will practice la all the courts of tbe lei ritory. W. P. Geary, Attouney-at-La\v Winslow, Arizona * Willpractice in all the Terri torial Courts C. L. HATHAWAY, M. D. Office in the BOOTH BLOCK HOURS 10 a.m. to 12 noon, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., 7 p; m. to 8 p. m . DR. GEO. P. SAMPSON OFFICE HOURS: 11 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. A. P. MCALLISTER Notary Public and Conveyancer Abstracting of titles promptly attended to * Office in Court House [ Holbrook - - Arizona GEO. SCHAAL. Jeweler and Optician. A Pine Line of Standard Watches. Repairing a Specialty. Post Office Hours Hereafter the post office hours will be as follows: Week days:B a m.to 6:30 p.m. i Sundays: 12 m. to Ip. m. j r | News Items jor advertisements to be printed in this paper must be handed in j before 12 o’clock Friday of each week.