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NEW WORLD PROGRAM
DEVISED BY CHURCHES By S. EARL TAYLOR * e DR. S. EARL TAYLOR, ' General Secretary Interchurch World Movement If Christ, on the day He was had started on a tour to preach, in every village in India, He would still have 30,000 more to visit. We now believe we have IJbund a way by which the leaders of the Prot estant churches can sit around a com mon table and have the Christian pro gram of the entire world laid before them. By means of the Inteachurch World Movement we can see where the Methodists are, and where the Baptists are. We can see the general outline of their forces, their present status in this great world struggle, and may also have some idea of the unoccupied places, and -what may be done by all of us to enter these unoc cupied parts of the world field #hich Christ sent us to occupy. CHURCHES TO AID LONELY SHEEP SHEARERS OF WES’! The bleat of the sheep on the back bone of the continent calls men to the mountains. On high uplands from the Canadian border to Mexico, in lonely and inaccessible places, one of the most romantic examples of the coun try's migrant worker —the sheep shear er —plies his trade. Unheard of though he is to thou sands of his fellow workers, it was for him that the Immigration regulations of three countries —Canada, the United States and Mexico —were modified dur ing the war. This permitted freedom; of movement to many hundreds of this; strange craft, and the means of em ployment to thousands in factories and; stores. Yet, for all his importance in th® ranks of the nation’s great Marching Army of the Employed, what sort t»f life does this man lead? The mignbnt fruit packer, or wheat harvester, or farmhand, or lumberman often roams Inland through cities and the congest ed snots of civilization. But the sheep shearer, by the nature of his tEb,d«, Is cut off from such influences. Through a survey of the nation’s mi grant labor now being made by th* Interchurch World Movement it is sug gested that for men of this class relief may be afforded through churches i* outlying districts. For social and oth*r purposes these men, with proper co operation by church bodies, could mafc* use of many of the facilities without which they are doomed to a life es Isolation. Doctor Price Tells Thrilling Story at Chautauqua. A .splendid lecture feature of Chan tauqua is scheduled for the fourth night in the coming of Charles S. Price in his great illustrated lecture, “Hunting Big Game In Alaska.” It Is a lecture of thrills, of intense interest, of real humor. Mr. Price was a mem ber of the U. S. Alaskan floating court, the only court of its kind in the world. His stories of Far North experiences are unique upon the American platform. The pictures are undoubtedly tli< best ever shown of the big game ol Alaska including unusual scenes ir whale harpooning, the fur seal bank on the Pribilof islands, K*4iafc And grizzly gear* etc. NOTICE. The children of Michel J. Le fevre. deceased, late of Creed. Colorado, will learn of something of interest to them by writing to Albert L. Moses, Alamosa. Colo, . o ARMY MERCHANDISE FOR SALE U. S, Army Sweaters, Mackinaws Bedding rolls, Wool and Khaki shirts, Breeches, Dress Pants, Overcoats. Raincoats and Slickers, Shoes. Arm> Refrigerators. Saddles. Stoves and Ranges. Tents and Tarpaulins. Rub ber boots, ect. For particulars write Gene L, Gib&on, FoFt Wingate. N, M, RESOLUTION NO. 1. A RESOLUTION OF THE COMMON Council of the Town of Winslow declaring its intention to improve certain portions of Second and Third Streets and Warren Avenue, in the Town of Winslow, and deter mining that bonds shall be issued to represent the cost and expenses thereof, and declaring the work or improvements to be of more than local or ordinary public benefit and that the cost of said work or im j provements shall be assessed upon a certain district and providing that the proposed work or improvement shall be performed under Title VII Chapter XIII. Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1913, Civil Code, and amendments thereto, and Chapter 144, The Session Laws of 1919, otherwise known as the Bond Act of 1919. Be it resolved by the Common Council of the Town of Winslow; Section 1. That the public interest and con venience require, and that it is the intention of the Common Council of the Town of Winslow to order the tollowing work to be done, to-wit 1. That the roadway of 3rd St from the west line of Colorado Ave. to the east line of Warren Avenue the roadway of Warren Avenue, from the north line of 3rd St. to the south line of 2nd St. and the roadway o:' 2nd St. from the west line of Warren Avenue to a point 2 ft. east of the East Rail of the spur track of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Rail way Company’s wye between Hicks Avenue and Campbell Avenue be graded and paved with a concrete pavement. 2. That a combined concrete curb and gutter be constructed along both sides of the roadway of 3rd St. be tween the east line of Williamson Avenue, and the west line of Warren Avenue, and along both sides of the roadway of Warren Avenue between the south line of 3rd St. and the south !ine of 2nd St. 3. That concrete curb be con structed at the edge of all alleys and private drives on 3rd St. between the east line of Williamson Ave. and the rest line of Warren Ave. and on Warren Ave. between the south line if 3rd St. and the south line of 2nd St. 4. That a concrete gutter be con structed across the intersection of all streets and alleys and driveways on 3rd St. between the east line of Wil iamson Ave. and the west line of Warren Ave. between the south line of 3rd St. and the south line of 2nd 3t. 5. All the above work or improve ments to be done in accordance with that certain set of plans approved by the Common Council of the Town of Winslow on the Ist day of June 1920. n file in the office of the Town Clerk, md in further accordance with the specifications for said work approved by the Comm'-u Council of the Town of Winslow and on file in the office of he Town Clerk of the Town of Win dow and which said plans and speci- Ications are hereby referred to for a more particular description of said work and made a part hereof, lection 2. 1. That said completed work or improvement, in the opinion of the 'ommon Council is of more than local ir ordinary public benefit, and tbat he said Common Council hereby nakes the costs and expenses (except as otherwise provided in Section 3 hereof) of said work or improvement chargeable upon a District, and here y declares that the District of said Town of Winslow benefited by the aid work or improvement and to be assessed to pay the costs and ex cuses thereof is described as fol lows: All that portion of the Town of Winslow lying within the following [escribed boundary lines: beginning -t the intersection of the center lines f 3rd St. and Colorado Ave., thence : n a Northerly direction along the ’.enter line of Colorado Ave., to an ntersection of the center line of the alley lying between 3rd St. and 4th 3t., thence in a westerly direction along the center line of said alley to a point midway between the wes terly line of Warren Ave, and the j •asterly line of Winslow Ave., thence n a southerly direction along the line ; nidway between the westerly line of j Varreu Ave. aud the easterly line of j Winslow Ave. to an intersection with the center line of the alley line be tween 2nd St, and 3rd St, thence in a westerly direction along the center line of said alley to a point 2 ft. esat of the east rail of the Atchison, Tope ka and Santa Fe Railway Company’s wye. hereinbefore mentioned, thence in a southerly direction parallel with said east rail to an intersection with a prolongation of the center line of the alley between Ist St. and 2nd St., thence in an easterly direction along the center line of said alley to u point midway between the easterly line of Warren Ave. and the westerly line of Kinsley Ave., thence in a northerly direction along the line midway be tween the westerly line of Warren Ave. and the easterly line of Kinsley Ave. to an intersection with the cen ter line of Colorado Ave.. thence in a northerly direction along the center line of Colorado Ave. to the point oi beginning, excepting, therefrom, any portion of any public street or alley included in the above described dis trict. Section 3. l.The said Common Council of the Town of Winslow hereby- appropri ates the sum of Eleven Thousand, Four Hundred Fifty ($11,450.00) Dol lars to aid in the construction of said improvement. Said sum shall be paid out of the Municipal Treasury from funds received as Federal Aid jn thid proposed improvement. The remainder of the cost shall be assess -3d proportionately upon the parts of lots and lands fronting on the streets where said work is to be done or li able to be assessed for such work as provided in Section j 2, hereof. Section 4. 1. Said Common Council of the Town of Winslow hereby determines that improvement bonds shall be Is sued to represent the cost and ex penses of such work or improvement, and that notice is hereby given that such bonds will be issued under the provisions of Chapter 144 of the Ses sion Laws of 1919, otherwise known as the Bond Act of 1919, in the name if the Town of Winslow, but payable only out of a special fund collected n ten annual installments from the assessments of Twenty-five ($25.00) Dollars or over, remaining unpaid hirty days after the date of the war t-ant or five days after the decision of the legislative body upon an appeal. The bonds payable out of the first .in stallment collected shall be payable in the first day of Jaunary next after he collection of first installment of i.he assessments can be made under he provisions of said Bond Act of 1919, and bonds for an approximate y like amount shall be payable or he first day of January each year hereafter until all are paid. Said ionds shall bear interest at the rate if six per cent per annum, payable in the first day of January and July )f each year, lection 5. 1. All proceedings of the above nentioned improvements shall be tak -n under the provisions of Chapter 13. Title 7, of the revised statutes of 1913, otherwise known as the Im provement Act of 1912. and subse luent amendments thereto, except the ssuance of the Improvement bonds lerein provided for. which shall be mder and in accordance with Chap ter 144 of the Session Laws of 1910 itherwise known, as the Bond Act of 1919. 'ection 6. 1. The Town Clerk of the Town of Vinslow shall certify to the passage f this Resolution of Intention, and hall cause same to be published two 2) times in the Winslow Mail, a veekly newspaper published and cir culated In said town, ’ and hereby lesignated the paper in which such lublication shall be made, lection 7. 1. The Superintendent of Streets '■t the Town of Winslow shall post lotices of said improvement, as re luired by law, and in said notices ihall refer to this Resolution of In ention. Passed and adopted at a meeting if the Common Council of the Town if Winslow held June Ist, 1920. W. E. Garver, 'Seal) Mayor, J. H. Chapman, Town Clerk. I hereby certify that the above and oregoing Resolution No. One was luly passed by the Common Council >f the Town of Winslow at a meeting leld June Ist, 1920, and that a quo ■um was present at said meeting. J. H. Chapman. Town Clerk. ORDINANCE NO. 92. \N ORDINANCE ADOPTING PLANS and Specifications for the improve ment of certain portion of Third Street, Warren Avenue and Second Street in the Town of Winslow. <E IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMON Council of the Town of Winslow: lection 1. That the plans prepared by the Town Engineer of the Town of Win- Bow entitled “Plans and Profile of proposed State Highway through the Town of Winslow, Navajo County” are hereby approved as the Official Plans for said work. The grades shall be at the eleva tion shown on said plans. The width and location of the roadway shall be as shown on said plans. Section 2. Duplicate copies of these plans shall be filed with the City Clerk and kept on file at his office. Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its pass age, publication and posting as by law is required. Section 4/ All ordanances or parts of ordi nances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Passed by the Common Council of the Town of Winslow this first day of June. 1920. W. E. Garver, Mayor, Town of Winslow. Attest: J. H. Chapman, Town Clerk. Notice to Contractors. The Board of Trustees of School District No. 1 of Winslow. Navajo County. Arizona, will receive sealed proposals for the erection and con struction of an addition to the Wash ington School Building at Winslow, Arizona, on general contract includ ing excavation, masonry, carpentry, plumbing, lighting, heating, etc. re quired in and for an addition to the Washington School Building at Win slow, Navajo County. Arizona, to be constructed of brick and stucco and to be used as a gymnasium and such other purposes as said Board of Trus tees may deem necessary for the bet terment of educational facilities, said addition to Washington School Build ing to be erected to a specified portion of North side of said Washington School Building. Plans and specifications prepared by Mr. Charles A, Goodhall of Win slow. Arizona, may be obtained from the Board of Trustees of Winslow, Navajo County, Arizona, together wit# full information as to the pro posed work and are on file for in spection at the office of said Board of Trustees in Washington School Building. Winslow, Arizona. Con tractors desiring to submit proposals may obtain copies of full sets of plans and specifications for estimate on request or on appointment, and the return of such plans and specifica tions must be guaranteed by a deposit of Ten Dollars which deposit will be refunded on the return of the plans ind specifications in good order, livery such proposal must be accom panied by a certified check for five )er cent of the amount of the bid in duded in the proposal, as guarantee >f the intent of the contractor to en ter into a cantract with the Trustees )f School District No. 1, Winslow, 'Javajo County. Arizona, to well and ruly perform all the matters includ ed in the said proposal and in accor dance with the plans and specifica ions, or as liquidated damages in the event of failure or refusal on the part of the contractor to enter into contract as above named, Said cer tified check will be returned to the contractor whose proposals are not accepted and to the succesful con tractor upon the execution of a satis factory bond and contract as herein after provided. The said Board of Trustees of School District No. 1. Winslow, Navajo County. Arizona, re serve the right to reject any or all proposals or to withhold the award f for any reason it may so determine. Provided further, that if. in the judg ment of the said Board of Trustees the work can be done more advanta geously. any building, structure, ad dition, or alteration not exceeding Twenty-five Hundred Dollars ($2500. 10) in total cost, may be constructed by days work or force account and he above advertisement for bids dis pensed with. Whenever under the statutes of the of Arizona, any duly authorized agent, as described in section 1 here of. shall have decided upon the award of a contract or contracts for the con struction of such building or build ings, such agent shall enter into a contract therefor, with the lowest re sponsible bidder whose proposol shall have been found satisfactury as described in section 7. the terms of which shall include the following items, to-wit: A surety company bond for an amount equivalent to at least twenty-five per cent of the full amount of the proposal shall be filed with and become a part of the con tract. Said surety bond shall have the form and approval of an authorized or appointed attorney at law. Semi-mon thly or monthly payments as may be authorized by statutes or mutual agreement shall be due and payable to the contractor upon a basis of 75 per cent of the value of the work ac tually performed in the erection and .construction of the addition to Wash ington School Building as estimated by Mr. Charles A, Goodhall. up to and including the 15th or last day of each calendar month; Twenty-five per cent of all estimates shall be retained by the Board of Trustees of School Dis- trict No. 1, Winslow. Navajo County. Arizona, as guarantee of the complete performance of all work contracted for and covered by this agreement. Said Twenty-five per cent shall be due and payable within sixty-five days after completion or filing of notice of completion of the work included in the terms of the contract, provided the contractor shall have duly fur nished the Board of Trustees of School District No, 1 of Winslow. Navajo County. Arizona? in a manner satisfactory to them, with receipts for all labor and material bills and with waivers of liens from any and all persons or parties holding claims against the said work. Such contract shall be signed by the said Board of Trustees or by its duly authorized representatives as party of the first part and the con tractor as party of the second part. The sealed proposals will be open- Harry’s Dairy Open for Business Delivery Daily Beginning 10 o’clock a. m. Government Inspected Tubercular Tested, Pasteurized Milk Milk Station at Ideal Bakery Phone 54 A . H. H. WINGFIELD Painter and Paperhanger INTERIOR DECORATOR Phone 233 WINSLOW PLUMBING X HEATING CO. Full Line of Plumbing Supplies. W. T. BUTLER, Proprietor i % DONNELL TBeR COMPANY HAY WOOD and COAL General Transfer 213 Kinsley Avenue Phone 118 ...Real Estate Bargains... <JNew, accurate, structural and section al Map and Blue Prints on the Hol brook-Winslow"Oil Field. and State Land Leases near operations. SEE OR WRITE R. L. Keith, Box 386, Winslow, Arizona ed by the Trustees of Winslow School District No. 1 of Navajo County. Ari zona. on the third day of June, 1920. at the hour of 10 o’clock A. M., at the office of said Board of Trustees in the Washington School Building at Winslow, Arizona. By order of the Board of Trustees of School District No. 1. State of Ari zona. County of Navajo. Town of Win slow, made this 12th day of May. 1920. MRS. A. E. GILLARD, President, Board of Trustees, Winslow, Navajo County, Ariz. / Attest: J. L. SWEENEY, Clerk, Board of Trustees, Win slow, Navajo County, Ariz. R. C. CRESWELL Member, Board of Trustees, Win slow, Navajo County, Arizona. Approved as to form: J. L. SWEENEY Attorney-at-law.