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Among Our Neighbors.
The local Masonic lodge has j plans well under way forthe 1 erection of a temple in Holbrook. At the last regular meeting of the lodge a report from the ance committee, appointed a month before, was received and from this report it is certain thatj the funds necessary for the con-1 struction of a building can be' secured. A site has already: been secured on option and there is no doubt but that the details; can be worked out whereby the building may be started early in ! the spring.—Holbrook News. Chief Justice Harry Hanna, of j Santa Fe, N. M., went through S Flagstaff Friday morning on his | way to Los Angeles to join Mrs. Hanna. Judge Hanna was one of the old original forest rangers on the then San Francisco forest reserve some fifteen years ago, and went to Santa Fe from here to take up the study of law. In a short time he became one of t ie leading members of the New Mexico bar and has made a most creditable record as supreme judge.—Coconino Sun. Last Wednesday Ivan Barnes found a wagon load of household goods in a cave on Sycamore Gan-j yon, south of Garland Prairie. He notified the officers who at once took charge of the goods, and went after T. H. Cureton to get him to identity goods that he lost from a house in Williams two years ago. Mr. Cureton laid claim to three rugs, two rolls of linoleum, a clothes line and a few other small articles for himself and two kits of carpenter’s tools for his carpenters. A box of hardware, two 50 ft. lenghts of inch and a quarte" rubber hose, about 50 ft. of 4 inch leather belting and several other articles were found in the cave. No arrests have been made but the offcers are investigating the matter and no doubt the guilty party will be brought to justice in due time.— Williams News. The Tucson Star of Thursday morning announced the death from pneoumonia of Hon. Louis C. Hughes of that city, who was a very conspicuous figure in Ariz ona through many years. Gov ernor' Hughes was a man with a long and useful career, begin ning as a soldier in the Civil War, in which he served creditably and efficiently. He was an Ari zona pioneer, and an active member in Arizona Pioneer Society. He served as district attorney of Pima County, as attorney general of the Territory, and as governor, receiving the appointment in 1893. The chief , claim to distinction is that he established and conducted , through many years the Arizona Daily Star.—Nogales Oasis. Mr. Chester Bryan and Miss Marion F. Smith, both of Wins low, Arizona, were united in 1 marriage at the Methodist par- 1 sonage Tuesday, November 23rd ( at 12 m. The Rev. Thomas Hambly D. D. officiated. Mr. Bryan is a civil engineer in the employ of the Santa Fe R. R. : The bride is one of Winslow’s fairest young ladies. Their home will be in Winslow the headquar ters of Mr. Bryan. Our congrat ulations go with them. —Coco- nino Sun. November 18, the Forest Ser vice corporation with the U. S. Bureau of Fisheries, planted 6000 rainbow trout in the waters of the Little Colorado near the Riverside Ranger station at Greer, Arizona, on the Apache National forest. The fish were transported from the ;railroad point at Holbrook, Arizona, in twelve ten gallon cans which re quired two motor cars. A forest officer accompanied the shipment and the 119 miles between Hol brook and Greer were covered in about 10 hours running time, the j fish being placed in the river at J about 9:30 P. M. Os the entire 1 shipment of 6,000, only about 100 died in transit. This action jof the Forest Service is in line | with the policy of increasing the game and fish supply on the ! National Forests. Rainbow trout have never before been taken from any streams in this vicini ty. They are a fine game fish i and the result of the experiment will be watched with interest by I local people.—St. Johns Herald. Nagiler sells “Lake Elsinore i honey.” Anyone wishing comforts tied or made by the ladies of the ; Baptist church will please call cr I phone Mrs. Burt Funk. Mrs. A. L. Tillman left Sunday j evening for Oklahoma, where j she intends visiting with rela tives for several weeks. Mr. T. Cunningham, who has for the past month been in the southern part of the state, return ed to his home in this city Mon day. Mrs. J. M. Russell has return ed from the east, where she has been for the past six months, and will spend the winter in Winslow. Miss Ruth Jessop, a student at the Flagstaff Normal, was the guest, of her aunt, Mrs. Fred W. Waite, and Miss Winifred, dur ing the Thanksgiving vacation. Mrs. P. A. Claypool and small daughter arrived in Winslow Wednesday morning, and will make their home here. Mr. Claypool is manager of Babbitt Bros, hardware department. H. M. Hol'isteiy manager of the Harvey House, accompanied by his wife, returned Tuesday morning from a six weeks’ visit in the east. Mr. Brioady who has been in charge during his absence will return to Ash Fork. Mrs. Laura Robbins, who is chef for Construction Boss Lane, returned from a two weeks visit with relatives in Cincinatti and other Ohio points. Mrs. Robbins says the sun does not shine as bright as it does in Arizona. Saturday evening at eight o’clock, there will be a basket ball game between the Williams high school boys and the Wins low high school boys. It is sure to be a splendid game, and every one should see what our boys can do. , r A game between the girls and the lady members of the grammar and high school faculty will add to the sport of the evening. The basket ball game between the high school boys and the San ta Fe apprentice team, played Tuesday night, resulted in a vic tory for the high school by a score es 39 to 20. The game was well played throughout. At the end of the first half the appren tice team was two points in the lead, but early in the second half Winslow took the lead which they maintained to the end. Ross starred for the apprentice boys, and his plays were the best seen on the basket ball courts in some time. Parks was the star for the high school, and they are fortunate in having him back again. Advertised Letter List for week ending November 27. Americans: W. W. Bay H. G. Blincoe N. Beck R. 1 >ispain R. F. Dean Thos. M. Delahoyde Tom Fairless Wm. Gates P. J. Henneberry, (2) Mrs. E. R. Hadstate Myran Miller Zenon Myers Geo. Maxham Mrs. W. F. Nelson Geooge Otto Mildred Ojuroz Mrs. N. E. Stonesifer Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Tucker C. E. Walter. Mexicans: Antonio Gutierrez Leanaro Garcia Vidal Montoya. “Lake Elsinore honey.” Pure wholesome. Calm’s. For sale, modern four-room house, with bath; completely fur nished. Lawn and trees. Very cheap. See A. H. Hansen. J. B. Stiles left Saturday even ing for Fort Worth, Tefcas, where he will enroll during this year in one of the schools in that city. Y. Otondo, with the Sawyer Otondo Sheep Co., left Monday for Los Angeles, where he expects to be for several days on business. Mrs. F. B. Douglas, who has been spending a month in Cali fornia, returned Tuesday morn ing. This is the time of the year for magazine fakirs. Take no more chances. If you want a maga zine or paper order it from T. Niethammer. He will duplicate any advertised offer. The dance given in Babbitt Bros, new warehouse in Hol brook Saturday evening was very well attended by Winslowites. Those motoring up reached there early in the evening, but liter No. 10 took the majority, and at eleven oclock Holbrook resound ed to-the strains of, “Its a long way to Tipperary” and Winslow sings well. At four thirty the dancers stopped, arriving home on the early morning train. It was a good dance, and every one had the best tim ' ever. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE of Arizona, in and for the county of Navajo. Navajo Apache Bank and Trust Co., a corpora tion. Plaintiff, vs D. V/. Trammel, and J. C. Amen, Defendants. Notice of Sheriff’s sale. Under and by virtue of a special execution and order of sale issued out of the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Navajo, upon the 23rd day of November. A. D, 1915, and to me a3 Sheriff of said County and State duly directed and delivered on the judg ment rendered in said Court in the above entitled action on the 4th day of August, A. D. 1915, for the sum of $350.00 with $17.98 interest thereon to date of Judgment until paid, and attorney fees in the sum of $30.00. and the further sum of $32.15 costs, and for the foreclosure of all the right title, interest and claim as against each and all of the above named defendants upon the premises described as follows, to-wit: All right, title, interest and claim of defendants or either of them in and to all of lots five (5) and six (6), Block 45, Townsite of Winslow, Navajo County, State of Arizona, Williamson Survey, together with the improvements and appurtenances there on or thereunto in anywise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given that I will, at the door of the Court House the said County of Navajo, at the hour of two o’clock p. m. on Satur day, the 11th day of December, 1915, sell at public suction to the highest and best bidder for cash in lawful money of the United States, all the right’ title, claim and interest of the above named defendants, or either of them, in of and to the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment interest, attorney fees, costs of suit, and all ac cruing costs. Dated this 23rd day of November, A, D. 1915. R. L. Newman, Sheriff. Electrify Theatric, A Male Quartette In Costume •-'*'' ‘ .-'•-. "f a ;• £ - # '•: x\‘ \ Presenting , ■ . r .... .. A and Story And other Features. Concluding with Medley of Song Hits of the Season. Two Hours of High Class/ Refined Entertainment. . -1/ ... 1 t j ■ i* Childrens 15c. Adults 35c. Reserved Seats 50c. Social l)aece Electric Theatre. '. -, r , . ... j Saturday/ Night. Good Music. BANKRUPT’S PETITION FOR discharge. In the district court of the United States for the district o f Arizona. In the matter of D. M. Ward, bank rupt. In bankruptcy. No. B-9 (Prescott). To the Honorable Wm. H. Saw | telle, judge of the district court of the United States for the Dis | trict of Arizona. * '' D. M. Ward, of Winslow, in j the county of Navajo, and state of Arizona, in said district, re ; spectfully represents' that on the 3d day of May, 1915, he. was du ly adjudged a bankrupt under the acts of Congress relating to bankruptcy; that he has surren dered all his property and rights of property, and has fully com plied with all the requirements of said acts, and of the orders of the court touching his bankrupt cy. Wherefore he prays he may be decreed by the court to have a full discharge from all debts provable against His estate under said bankrupt acts, except such debts as are exempted by law from such discharge. Dated this 11th day of Novem ber, 1915.- D. M. Ward, Bankrupt. Order of Notice Thereon. District of Arizona, ss; On this 27th day of November, 1915, on reading the foregoing petition, it is Ordered by the court, that a hearing be had on the same on the 17th day of January, 1916, before said court, at Phoenix, Arizona, in said district, at ten ! o’clock in the forenoon; and that notice thereof be published in I the Winslow Mail, a newspaper published in sard ' district, and that all known creditors and oth er persons in interest may appear at the said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. And it is further ordered by the court that the clerk shall send by mail to all the known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence as stated. Witness the Honorable Wm. H. Sawtelle, judge of said court, and the seal thereof, at Tuscon, in said district* on the 27th day of November, 1915. George M. Lewis, Clerk. By Effie D. Batts, Deputy. Seal. Furnished room for rent, hot and cold water. 618 Williamson i avenue. It is Magazine Time. The Winslow News Store is here to serve you, and supply your wants for any book, magazine or daily paper published. AO Advertised offers duplicated. We have a few specialties in club offers that no one duplicates as follows: American Boy with Moth er’s and Pictorial Review, 12.85 Designer, with Mother’s, Ladies’ World and McCall, $1.90 To-day’s Magazine, with McCall’s and Woman’s World, 80c. Everybody’s Magazine witn Delineator, $2.00 American Magazine and Woman’s Home Companion, $2.00 Cut Flowers. Another fresh invoice will be received Saturday morning. You had better place your order early if you want any. Winslow News Store. T. Nictliammcr, Prop. Cold Weather Calls for GOOD MEAT Your pocketbook calls for economy in price. This is the place for both. CITY MEAT MARKET. MAKE r SHOPING EASY. At the Christmas Store. At the Gift Shop. SHOP EARLY. May we show you what appropriate and Lasting Gifts can be obtained from our Hardware Department? B We have gifts for all. Electric Irons, Readings Lamps with Shades, Flash lights of all sizes and Prices. Aluminum ware, “Wearever” and other, reliable brands Cut Glassware, Community Silverware, Hand Painted China, Carving Sets, Child’s Table Sets, Dishes in Sets, Disston Saws, Stanley Rules, Levels, Planes Hammers, Mechanic’s Tools, Pocket Knives, Razors, Safety Razors, Strops, Hones, Rifles, Shot Guns, Pistols, Rocking Chairs, Easy Chairs, Tables, Beds, Mirrors, Rugs, Velocipedes, Boy’s Wagons. We bend every effort to give or get you what you want. Babbitt Bros. Mercantile Co. Hardware Department. THE CHRISTMAS STORE. Farm Journal forten years $l5O National Sportsman, with Field and Stream, $2.00 Home Needlework, with Ladies’ World, Modern Pris cille and Pictorial Review, $3.10 Review of Reviews, with Woman’s Home Companion, $3.25 Woman’s Home Compan ion, with Little Folks and Housewife.