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Richard Wyrick entered school Monday, enrolling with the Bth grade. Arthur Cooper enrolled Mon day with the sophomores. £ Two school parties went to the Grand Canyon Friday. The first party consisted of Misses Ziegler, Briggs and Ross, and Mr. Hyde. The other party was Misses Whillock and Proctor, and Messrs. Grover and Brubaker. They returned Sunday. Louise Dadey, Winifred Waite and Mr. Faulkner were in Flag staff Sunday. Miss Stratton, former language teacher in the high school, is now in Flagstaff. The first matched game of foot ball ever played in Winslow is billed for to-morrow afternoon. After the game Saturday a party will be given at the high school in honor of the foot ball boys and the “freshies,” Miss Alice Langford, who with her mother has been passing the last three months in Los Ange les, returned to Winslow, Sun day, and wiil register at the W. H. S. Prof La Berge, managing the W. H. S. band, is reorganizing that company this week to twenty pieces. The girls basket-ball teams are progressing nicely, under the coaching of Prof. Hyde of the grammar school, and it is thought they may be able to have a game with the Prescott high school during the northern Arizona fair, also one with Williams, Snowflake and Flagstaff. Mrs. W. Ellison was sent to the hospital in Los Angeles dur ing the week, for medical atten tion, Mrs. N. Benjamin, mother of Mrs. J. C. Way, is again with her after a pleasant six months’ visit in the east. Mrs. Daniels is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Greaves, for a few days, before returning to her home in Seligman. Wanted, two young ladies at the Olympia Confectionery—one to assist in waiting, and one to dip chocolates. Call at once. Let Niethammer order your old home paper for you. It don’t cost any more and he does the work. He wants the business. The Catholic altar society met at the home of Mrs. Carroll, yes terday afternoon. After the bus iness session the ladies devoted an hour to cards and a dainty lunch. F. M. Newman and wife, of Greenwood Kan., are visiting in the city a couple of days this week with their former old friends and neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. LeMarr. R. C. Kaufman, the popular cashier of the Navajo-Apache bank, leaves to-night with Wm. Williams, for the latter’s ranch about thirty miles north of here. He expects to be gone a couple of weeks, and has visions of bag ging some big game. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ward and son William, who have been spending the past two months in their old home in Missouri, re turned to this city this morning. They have as guests with them Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gould, who will spend a week with them be fore proceeding to the coast. Messrs. Hicks and Levitt, of Tondo Basin, were in Winslow, to-day, and called at our office. They are very much interested in the improvement of the south road, so they can trade here. Mr. Hicks has resided in Arizona for thirty years, but he came across the plains fifty years ago to Salt Lake, driving an ox-team. He saw Chicago as a village the size of Winslow, and Los Ange les had only one brick building. We make a specialty of good things to eat and our stock is always fresh. City Meat Market. 1 A Fiscal Statement. The fiscal year ending June 30, 1916, was the largest as to! earnings, both gross and net, in the history of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway system, according to the report of the directors, through Mr. E. P. Ripley, president, to thmstock holders. The gross revenues! were $120,662,727. The net earn-, ings were $36,916,609. Two reasons, Mr. Ripley says, contributed mainly to this result —unprecedented wheat crop of Kansas, and the largely increas ed yield of agricultural products ot all kinds in the so-called ‘•plains country” in Western Texas and Western Oklahoma. The Panama Pacific exposition at San Francisco and the Panaraa- California exposition at San Diego have created some pas senger business, ‘‘but at such low rates,” Mr. Ripley said, ‘‘as to afford little if any profit.” Notwithstanding the com pany’s favorable showing, the income $36,916,6U9 applicable to bond interest, dividends, im provements of property and strengthening of credit, Mr. Ripley explains, was only five and four-tenths per cent on the capital investment of $683,855,- 314. The company paid a five per cent dividend on preferred stock and six per cent on common stock. It was able to do this because it pays an average of only slightly more than four per cent on its bonded debt, much of the debt having been created when money could be obtained at or near that rate. The average rate of income on property in vestment in the nineteen and a half years under the present management is four and nine tenths per cent. After paying interest and dividends, the directors put the balance of the earnings back into the property in order to keep it in] the best possible, physical condition. Through sundry ad justments the company found $11,421 which it carried to surplus miking a total surplus account of $20,581,221, which has ac cumulated during the nineteen and a half years of the present management. A fund to be call ed upon should any adverse condition arise. The total expense for operation during the year w 7 as $78,248,812. The company’s taxes for the system were $5,497,316. A War Drama. The picturization of ‘‘The Captive”, the famous drama by; Cecil B. De Mille and Jeaniej MacPherson in which Blanche] Sweet appears for the seconoj time as a star under the Lasky. management, is a w r ar drama of most extraordinary force, the atmosphere of conflict being] sustained throughout. Mr. ■ House Peters, who played the, leading male role with Miss Sweet; in ‘‘The Warrens of Virginia,” also heads her supporting company in this production. Electric Theatre Sunday Oct. 10. All kinds of live and dressed; poultry, fish, fruits and vegeta-; bles at the City Meat Market. Give Niethammer your maga zine subscription. Any adver-' tised clubbing offer duplicated. I He wants the home business. For sale, three Game roosters and one hen. Call at 515 kinsley avenue. A. L. Dunklin. You are made of what you eat: eatthe best: it can be had at the City Meat Market. Furniture, three heating and one small cook stove, at private sale. Inquire 217 Williamson Ave. II one v! II o lie v! * c Five gallon lots, 7 l-2c per. pound delivered at Holbrook, Joe, City or Winslow. Gallon cans SI.OO. Quality guaranteed. ScuT order and remittance to Z. N. Decker, Snowflake, Ariz. Notice is hereby- given that my wife, Mrs. 11. F. (To: ana) and I will not be response -e for any indebtedness she contracts. Notice of Hearing Petit; n, IN THE SUP P'-jOR CO I ;RTOF State of Arizona, in and so Navaio Com*'' in fUp :• f • ter of the Estate of H. C. Moss Deceased. V :■ v. 7 ~ i j Tom H. Moss pus filed in the; I Court a certain document •pur | porting to be the last Will and Testament of H. C. Moss togeth er with his petition praying time said document be admitted to probate in this Court as the last Will and Testament of said H. C. Moss who, said petitioner alt ; ,s, is deceased, and that lectors testamentary issue lii. a•. n to said petitioner, and that same will be heard on Monday Urn 18th day of Octo' er A. D. 1915, ai 10 o’clock in the forenoon of said clay, at the court room of said Court House, in the Town of Holbrook County of Navajo State of Arizona, and all persons interested in said estate are noti fied then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Dated September 29th 1915. Lloyd C. Henning, Clerk. Notice to Tax Payers of the Town of Win slow. The assessment and tax roll of the Town of Winslow is now in my possession for the collection of taxes on all property described therein. One half of all taxes on all personal and real property will be due and payable on the 11th day of Oct., 1915, and will be delinquent on the 13th day of Dec., 1915, at 5 o’clock P.M, and unless paid prior to that time, four per cent will be added as penalty, and interest will be charged at the rate of 19 per cent per annum from time of delin quency until paid. The remaining one half of the taxes on all real and persona! property will be due and payable on the 6th day. of March, 1916, and will be delinquent on the 12th day of June, 1916, at 5 o’clock P.M, and unless same is paid prior thereto, four per cent will be added as penalty and In terest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum will be charged from! date of delinquency until paid. The total amount of taxes may ■ be paid at the time of the payment of the first installment: of property tax. The above taxes are payable at! the office of Town Tax Collector | of the Town of Winslow, Navajo! County, Arizona. F.-M. Dunham, j Town Marshall and ex-mfieio tax collector for the Town • of Winslow. Statement of the ownership, mm.ng- ci - I dilation, ete., required by the act of August 24, ; 1912, ot ihe Winslow iM:. I. pubi.U :<«, av . editor anti publisher, J. H. Chy Owner, ,1. H Chapman, Winslow, Arizona. Known U rui holders, mortgagees, anti other security bo:,! holding i per cent or more cl' lotal amount of bonds. mortgages or other >. in ip... Navs-ju- Apaeheßank and Trust Vo. •. Sworn to and subscribed before me Ih s thh flay of October, 11)15. My commission expires lUk’turC'* Olympia fectionery. |j -Will be opened about Oct. 13th in the room one door east of the Elect; ie Theatre, where-we will serve our patrons with strictly pure foSi r nnM A ire- ppIMR OviflEi ivlna/lj vniwlLJ. 11 Another new departure will be' our DAINTY LUNCHES, I with tea, cofte. or other hot drinks to tempt the appetite. Keep your eye on our opening l date, and come in and see what Olvm pia rw ans tor nice service. , ' kduiS, Prop. I I j C&id cf T Ranks. Vewrhto extend thanks to ■ our many friends and neighbors; he Company for ■fix I'm - a■■.d courtesies mm ... during our recent osing our belov *i , r l } -- ' ,*~n•- FI U fu m ci i U•: iiiiClmOlilßr. ju\ * s. A t J. Henderson. m 1 muiif’s Sale. IN THE St PERIOR COURT OF the hi' eof ~,'izona, in and for of Navajo. The Town of Winslow,, at the rela tion and to the use of F. M. Dunham, Town Marshal and ex-oineio tax collector in and for the Town of Winslow, hm. of Arizona, Plaintiff, Vs. rn, Defendant. F Under and by virtue of an execution and order of sale is sued out of the superior court of the county of Navajo, State of AT': wo, o:i the 22nd clay of S : tern her, 1915, in the above entitled action, wherein the above named plaintiff obtained a judgment and decree against Mrs. Alice Korn, defendant, on T 27Ji day of March, 1915, j recorded in judgment book No. 1 iof said court, at page K: I am commanded to sel' all that ■; certain lot, piece and parcel of j land, situated in the county of Navajo, State of Arizona, and jbounued and particularly de i scribed as follows, to-wit:' Tract No. U Lots 19 & 20, in | lock T. of the original town ] site of the Town of Winslow. Tract No. 2 Lots 1 to 8, both ! inclusive, in block F, of the • original town site of the Town of No Tee is hereby given that on QcA £ ill, 1915, at one o’clock >p. m. of that day, in front of the | court house, in the county of jifavajo, I will in obedience to | said order of sale and decree, [sod the a! ove described proper j ty, oi so much thereof as may I be necessary to satisfy plaintiff’s with interest thereon . and costs, to the highest and best ! bluer for cash in gold coin of the 1 Uni tea otates. R. L. Newman of Navajo County, Ariz. By C. W. Harp. Deputy. e Next Week. .;••• -W. % T. 4 .. ■. J j Dr.'ll V,'. Swigert, of the long established firm ; of-K \v i'-> r Bit.-;. O, Ural Co, Denver, will be in | Winslow on his regular trip <2 days) Wednes ly. October 13-14. j If m vis .a..--thiusr the matter with your eyes | t: ke a iv Ullage of the visit and have them exam j ined scientifically. Your case receives our indi i vidua- mo." cting attention. Every lense j jj 5 ground in our factory to meet the requirement Your ’ orders have our accurate, : mid p 'v-onal attention, insuring you of ' th< highest grade of service from an exclusive < hil Iren’s < yes examined now. We , them special attention, using our most mod <l methods in examining Call early and con ... . i . id ■ -j m: -of successful business in Ar Pal tee Hotel, Wednesday and Thurs day. Oct. 13-14. ■ S IGMRT BROS. OPTICAL CO. 15 /1 California St„ Denver. Colo. MILLINERY ===== ™ i 1 CHAS. CAHN. LATEST OPENING, j— I STYLES. If you want to succeed, save. This is the real framework of the structure of success. Each of its supports rests upon a foundation stone of an early dollar saved.” ■ —Marshall Field. The Bank of Winslow. Big enough to care for your business not to big to appreciate it. MBBUT IPS, me. CO. We have just received our line of Fall and Winter Suits and I Coats, and a finer display to win the admiration of the ladies was never before offered them, and we cordially invite you to call and see for yourself. These suits and coats are all hand tailored and made along the latest lines decided by Dame Fashion, and in all the new weaves, shades and colors. The suits come in Worsted Serges, Scotch Suitings, Scotch Tweeds, Wool Poplins and Broadcloth. The Coats are in Pebble Cloth, Whip Cord, Corderoy, Novelty Mixtures, Scotch, Mixtures, Wool Plaids, Plush. Shepherd’s Checks and TipperaE-y Suitings. SILK DRESS GOODS. Such an elaborate display has never been equaled. We are catering in this department to all tastes, and at prices to suit everybody’s pocket book. Here is a partial list of some of the newest things to tempt the eye: Crystal Shantong, Marquise Cloth, Silk Poplin, Yorkshire Tissue, Marquise Crepe, Crepe Faille, Natural Pongee, Silk Velyet. These new goods are all priced with the idea of moving them quickly, so we invite our lady friends to call early whde the lines are all full and complete. mrsrm LEADERS in merchandising. An Instrument That Defies Description The rich, full tones of the violin, the lightest, daintiest touch of the bow, every beautiful effect achieved by the greatest artists are reproduced with amazing accuracy by the New Edison Diamond Disc t—inniii ■■ 11■ miinii 11 ■ «* manaßcz** i—n i m bbawm.it.winaumwt m* • ww*wwwawwwJ NOTE THESE FEATURES A genuine Diamond Reproducer—No needles to change. Non bi’eakable, long playing disc records —records pi >y 50 per cent longer than any other record of same size. Automatic stop. Beautiful Cabinets in mahogany, Golden Oak, Weathered Oak and Fumed Oak. Visit our Talking Machine Department- and let the new Edi son play the music you like. All new models equipped with Edison’s latest improvements. Convenient Terms Arranged on Instalment Plan. WINSLOW NEWS STORE T. Nietliammer.