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At the regular meeting of the Baptist ladies’ society, Wednes day, the following resolutions were adopted: Whereas, Our All-Wise Crea tor has called from the home of our sister, Mrs. L. B. Riggin, a kind and loving husband, he who was always her comfort and strength, leaving the wife’s heart sad and broken, and Whereas, also, the little son is bereft and robbed of a devoted and patient father; therefore be it Resolved, by this society that in sympathy for our sister, we extend to her our love and Chris tian fellowship m this hour of her grief, and urge her to look to our Heavenly Father for “the peace that passeth all under standing,” and trust that “He who notes the sparrow’s fall” surely will bring comfort and peace. Mrs. R. P. Johnson, Mrs. Geo. P. Robinson. Mrs. H. R. Luce. Baptist Church. Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. every Snnday, and the young people’s society meets at 7 p. m. You should just drop around and enjoy one of these meetingg. Next Sunday evening at eight o’clock, Rev. C. A. Wooddy, of Portland, Oregon, will preach at th9 Baptist hall. The people of Winslow are fortunate in having an opportunity of hearing Dr. Wooddy. You will find a cordial welcome at all of these services. W. P. Epperly, Pastor. For sale, seven head of milch cows. C G. Wallace, Manila, Arizona. Just to start off the spring bus iness with a rush, for the next ten days Erickson, the tailor, is making special prices. For sale, eggs for hatching, from bred-to-lay. Barred Ply month Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorns. D. P. Harti- R an. The Navajo Ice Co. desire to notify their patrons that regular delivery will be started about April 15th, but parties desiring ice prior to that date can have their wants supplied by telephon ing to the plant before 10 a. m. Systematic Saving Plan. Owing to the growing popular ity of various kinds of savings clubs and the success they have proven elsewhere, the Navajo- Apache Rank and Trust Co. has instituted a systematic saving plan to which it invites attention. In order to encourage partici pants in this plan the bank will give the first dollar to deposit, after which the customer will de posit one dollar per week for for ty-nine consecutive weeks, which payments will be registered in a neat book made for the purpose, and at the expiration of the term the book becomes an interest bearing SSO Gold Bond, or the depositor may draw SSO in gold. The same plan has been work ed out successfully in other places under various names, such as Christmas saving clubs, vaca tion savings accounts, and last year many people participated in just such schemes to save for their trip to the P. P. I. exposi tion. But whatever name is giv en to the scheme the result is the same. It creates the saving habit. The bank starts the ac count with a gift dollar, then the depositor places another dollar to the credit of his certificate and in forty-nine weeks it is done. You have SSO, either to draw in terest for you at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, for your trip, for Christmas gifts, or any other purpose for which you may care to use it. It is not hard to save a dollar or two each week, and SSO or SIOO saved out of one’s loose change or pin money each year is a very handsome amount. You are invited to investigate this pla-n, and the Navajo-Apa che Bank and Trust Co. has SIOO to give away in starting these 1 accounts. i The Price? Geo. Broadhurst, author of “The Price”, was responsible for the two biggest dramatic sensa tions New' York has ever known. “The Man of the Hour,” and “Bought and Paid For,” are both from the pen of Broadhurst and Ihe claims “The Price” to be his ! masterpiece. It tells the story of woman, who sinned in a spirit of love, ignorant of her wrongdo ing, until true love enters her heart, when, in her terrible dilemma, she causes the death of her first lover, marries the other, living happily until an evil spirit enters her domain, planting seeds of jealousy in her heart, exposing her past; then the crisis is reached—she attempts suicide, but the story ends, with her decision to live down the past, and try to win back the love of her husband. “The Price” is one of the most powerful dramas, depicting a domestic catastrophe, ever adapted to the screen. —Electric Theatre, Saturday April Ist. Notice for Posting and Publish ing. Deparment of the Interior, General Land Office, Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 28, 1916. Serial Nos, 029578, 029579, 029580, 029581, 029582, 029583, 029584. Notice is hereby given that the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Com pany, by Howell Jones, its Land Commissioner, has this day filed its applications, Serial Numbers 029578, 029579, 029580, 029581, 029582, 029583, 029584, to select, under the provisions of the Act of Congress approved March 4, 1913, (37 Stats., 1007), the fol lowing described lands: Gila and Salt River Meridian, Arizona. Township 23 North, Range 14 West; E. 1-2 N. E. 1-4 of Section 14. Township 19 North, Range 9 West; S. E. 1-4 S. E. 1-4 of Section 22. Township 17 North, Range 20 East; Lot 3 of Section 6. Township 22 North, Range 4 West; N. W. 1-4 N. E. 1-4 of Section 20. Township 14 North, Range 1 East; E. 1-2 N. W. 1-4, N. W. 1-4. N. W. 1-4 Section 8. Township 30 North, Range 1 West, N. W. 1-4 S. E.-1-4, N. E. 1-4 S. W. 1-4 Section 12. Town ship 22 North, Range 10 West S. E. 1-4 N. E. 1-4 Section 18, 5. W. 1-4 N. E. 1-4 Section 20. Township 23 North, Range 9 West; S. W. 1-4 N. W. 1-4 Sec tion 10. Township 21 North, Range 11 West; E. 1-2 S. E. 1-4, N. W. 1-4 S. E. I*4 Section 14. Township 23 North, Range 10 West; S. E. 1-4 Section 14. Township 29 North, Range 1 East; S. W. 1-4 S. E. 1-4 Section 29„ Township 28 North, Range 1. West; S. E. 1-4 S. W. 1-4 Section 22. Township 21 North, Range 15 West; S. W. 1-4 N. W. 1-4 Section 28. Township 22 North, Range 15 West; S. E. 1-4 N. W. 1-4 Section 34. Township 19 North, Range 8 West; S. W. 1-4 N. W. 1-4 Section 4. Town ship 14 North, Range 2 West; S. W. 1-4 S. W. 1-4 Section 13. Township 22 North, Range 7 West; Lot 11 of Section 24. Township 20 North, Range 22 East; N. E. 1-4 S. W. 1-4 Section 28. Township 18 North, Range 26 East; S. W. 1-4 N. W. 1-4 Section 34. Township 29 North, Range 1 East; S. E. 1-4 S. W. 1-4 Section 3, N. E. 1-4 N. W. 1-4 Section 10. Township 21 North, Range 9 West; S. W. 1-4 N. E. 1-4, S. E. 1-4 N. W. 1-4, N. E. 1-4. S. W. 1-4 Section 6. TownshiD 21 North, Range BWest; S. E. 1-4 S. W. 1-4 Section 30. Township 14 NorthJ Range 31 East; Lot 2 of Section 6. Township 15 North, Range 14 East; N. W. 1-4 N. W. 1-4 Sec tion 24. Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands described, or desiring to object because of the mineral character of the land or for any other reason, to the disposal to applicant should file their affidavits of protest in this office, on or before the fifteenth day of April, 1916. THOMAS F. WEEDIN, Register., WHERE TO PLACE THE PIANO Appearance of Apartment May Be En hanced or Marred by its Disposition. System, order, classification, and common sense should be taken by the housewife as the basis of the arrange ment of all furnishings in the home from the furniture in the living room to the contents of the jelly closet, ac cording to a publication entitled “The Arrangement of Household Furnish ings,’' issued by the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell. The arrangement of objects in a room, it is stated, should follow, repeat, or fit the structural outlines of the space used. For example, a piano, table, or sofa should not be placed diagonally across the corner of a room, but paral lel with the length or the breadth of the room. This arrangement not only assures an orderly and restful repetition of the structure lines of the room, but prevents a waste of space, and a place for dust to accumulate. The principle Is illustrated by diagrams. A long, narrow room may be made to appear better proportioned by placing furni ture, especially rather large pieces, across the ends of the room. Plain space around an object draws atten tion to it and enhances its good qual ities. Gloves and Mittens. It would be hard to tell when gloves were invented. The ancient monu ments show nothing to indicate that the hands were covered, but mittens were found among pieces of und-«*- clothing entombed with the mummies as the priestess of Ammon, of the twenty-first dynasty. They were be tween seventeen and eighteen inches long, and dyed. Some were edged with blue. A thumb-piece separated the thumb from the fingers. Good investment. Holbrook is growing. The building occupied by the Navajo-Apache Bank and Trust Co., also as store of L. B. Putney; 36 shares of the Navajo- Apache Bank and Trust Co. Julius Wetzler, Holbrook. Qrdinunce 77. An ordinance passed by the Mayor and Common Council of the Town of Winslow, prohibit ing the obstruction of streets by railroad trains, cars or locomo tives, and providing a penalty therefor. The Mayor and Common Coun cil of the Town of Winslow, do ordain as follows: Section 1. The obstructing of streets and railway crossings within the limits of the Town of Winslow for more than five min utes is hereby prohibited. Section 2. Any conductor, en gineer, brakeman, trainman or other person employed on or about a railroad train who shall keep or permit a train, car, loco motive or coach, on or about which he or they may be em ployed, to obstruct any street within the limits of the Town of Winslow in such manner as to interfere with the ordinary trav el or use of said street for more than five minutes shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con viction thereof shall be fined not less than Ten ($10.00) Dollars, nor more than Twenty ($20.00) Dollars. Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Section 4. Ordinance No. 47 and all other ordinances or parts! of ordinances in conflict with the | provisions of this ordinance are ! hereby repealed. Passed by the Mayor and Com-j mon Council of the Town of! Winslow this 2d day of March, 1 A. D. 1916. Presented to the Mayor for his signature and approval, and by him approved this 2d day of < March, A. D. 1916. Approved: N. S. Bly, Mayor Town of Winslow. Attest: W. J. Crozer. Clerk Town of Winslow. Big Reduction In made-to-measure Clothes For the Next 10 Days 300 Fabrics in prices from sls to S2O for a two-piece suit. ERICKSON, The Tailor. Advertised letter list for week ending March 31-1916. AMERICANS; j Miss Lillian Cross (2) G. M. King S. A. Lamey Miss Helen Moore Joe O. Donnell (2)1 J. K. Tobin Paul Von de Velde (3) H. P. Ward B. F. Wilson C. D. MEXICANS; Zenon Alvai ado Floyd Correal Flora Correa Casimiro Luna Carlos Alvarez Francisco Romo Dolores Tadea Franco Zarazua. HERE APRIL 18th & 19th. Dr. H. W. Swigert the reliable optometrist will return to Winslow on his regular quarterly visit two days, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 18th and 19th. For good glasses and reliable optical service, see us. Headaches, nervousness and many other compaints, (caused from the eyes) relieved per manently with good ground glasses. At Palace Hotel Two days only. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 18th and 19th. The Swigert Bros. Optical Co., Established 1902. 1550 California St. Denver, Colo. G. E. Cosby, General Mason and Contractor. MANTELS A SPECIALTY. Address 80q315. r— \ I have been drinking HOP ALE, And I feel just as happy as a Big sunflower, That nods and bends in the breezes, My heart is as light as the wind that Blows The leaves from off the Treezes. DRINK DRIVER’S and forget your grouch. A little of the LIMES —A little Ginger—A dash of Fruit temptingly combined with Carbonated water sweetened to a nicety that insures the most delicate appetite without burdening or disturbing. That is DRIVER’S GINGER ALE IT IS GOOD FOR CHIL DREN AND INVALID AS WELL AS FOR THE MOST HALE AND HEARTY. Standard BonuNC Works DISTRIBUTORS. Manufacturer of Carbon ated Beverages. Telephone Orders for Case Lots Delivered to Re sidences. Easter Let us remind you at this time that the Easter season is fast approach | ing when Cut Flowers are in strong l demand, and impossible to get unless orders are placed early with the grow ers. We make this announcement so our friends will get in their orders so we can supply their needs. Delay now means disappointment later. Flowers. Niethammer’ s Winslow News Store. ‘EmiwmsEmßms>n YOU KNOW that the best store in town is always the most economical place to buy. The merchant who does a large volume of business can afford to sell at closer prices than the one who makes fewer sales. We are doing a great yolume of business and are therefore able to make the very closest of prices on all goods. We invite your patronage. Wm. H. Dagg & Co. The People’s Merchant. * $2.00 YOU CARRY THE ONLY KEY, A safe deposit box in our Fire Proof and Burglar Proof Vault may be rented by the year for a nominal sum. Absolute protection for your valuable papers and jewels. Ask us. THE BANK of WINSLOW, WINSLOW, ARIZONA. $4.00. Annonumnent It is with pleasure we announce that we have opened a talking ma chine department, where you will be welcome at all times to hear the latest and best in music. In line with our policy to present to our patrons only the best, we have decided to make this exclusively a Columbia Grafonola Department, where you will find a complete line of Grafonolas and Columbia Double- Disc Records. Visitors are assured of prompt, courteous attention and are invited to consider our show rooms their own music rooms, without any ob ligation to buy. Babbitt Bros. Mercantile Co. 19 years in Winslow.