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The Winslow mail. (Winslow, Ariz.) 1893-1926, October 21, 1921, Image 3

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Indian Trading Post
FOR SALE
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10 Miles From Winslow
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Consisting of Store Building 20 x 85 feet; Six Room
Dwelling House; Outhouses; Corrals; Telephone Line
to Winslow; One Square Mile of Fenced in Pasture;
One Ford Ton Truck.
This business has been established since 1903. Yearly sales $25,000
Reason for selling, wholesale and retail curio business in Winslow 1
requiring constant attention. I
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THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY
CALL OR WRITE TO
R. M. BRUCHMAN, i»"*»
ns w. Second st. Winslow, Arizona
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•• These certificates pay 5 per cent, are absolutely safe and
II are always worth 109 cents on the dollar. Combined with a 11
II checking account one is assured the most efficient use of II
** current funds.
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IS WINSLOW TO LOOSE ITS
FEDERAL AID?
October 11. 1921.
GEO. C. CRESWELL, Mayor,
Winslow, Arizona.
Dear Sir:
We are in receipt of letter of Oc
tober 6th, by Mr. Geo. J. Schaefer,
acting city clerk, enclosing a copy
of Warren Brothers’ bid for paving
thru the Town of Winslow. Mr.
Schaefer states that a copy of this
bid had previously been sent us but
so far we have not received it.
We have been waiting for this bid
in order that we might make a cbm
parison of it with the cost of the
work done at Flagstaff; the report
having been made, thru the press
and otherwise, that the Winslow bid
was no higher than the Flagstaff bid.
In order to arrive at a true com
parison it will be necessary to re
duce the bids to the same basis in
both cases. At Flagstaff the con
tractor bid $1.90 per cubic yard for
all grading work connected with the
paving; the bid price of $3.43 per
square yard being for paving alone.
The bid pertaining to paving at Wins
low consists of the following items:
12,047 Sq. Yds. paving at
$3.70 per Sq. Yd $44,573.90
12,047 Sq. Yds. paving at
$ .35 per Sq. Pd. 4,216.45
7,782 Lin ft. header boards
$ .10 per Sq. Yd. 778.20
$49,568.55
Above includes 719.3 Cu. Yds. ex
cavation which at $1.90 per Cu. Yd.
(price bid at Flagstaff and on two
hills at Winslow) amounts to $1,366.70
Making total net cost of 12.047 Sq.
Yds. Winslow paving figured on same
basis as Flagstaff paving $48,202.85.
Or a unit cost of $4.0011 per Sq. Yd.
as compared with a unit price of
$3.43 per Sq. Yd. at Flagstaff.
Aside from the two hills at Wins
low, the grading work at Flagstaff
was much heavier than at Winslow,
the total amount being approximate
ly 5,000 cubic yards distributed pret
ty generally over the project. At
Winslow the greatest amount of,ex
cavation is through the two hills
where 4,400 cubic yards of material
would have to be moved. The total
amount to be moved outside of these
two hills is 719.3 cubic yards. The
price bid for excavation at both
Flagstaff and Winslow was $1.90 per
cubic yard so we have made allow
ance for this amount of excavation
at $1.90 per cubic yard in reducing
the bids to a common basis.
At Winslow a new item was added
by the contractors, viz., 7,782 lin. ft.
of header boards at $ .10 per lin. ft.
amounting to $887.20. No such item
appeared on the Flagstaff job and it
was not intended that it should ap
pear in the Winslow bid. Your wire
to us of August 20t,h, stating that
paving and grading were bid at $4.05
per square yard, gravel shoullders
$ .60 per square yard, reinforced con
crete for bridge $39.00 and all items
as previously bid by Warren Broth
ers, is incorrect in that no mention
is made of this item for header
boards which did not appear in the
previous hid.
This confirms our statement to the
Council that the Winslow bid was
higher than the Flagstaff work. We
think that it should be lower at this
time as labor and material are cheap
er than a year ago. This bidding
also does not comply with the Gov
ernment requirement that competi
tion be secured on Federal Aid work.
On this account we do not care to
submit it to the Bureau for their
approval.
We will, therefore, pursue one of
the following courses; first, if you
can secure a bitulithic bid equal to
the low concrete hid received by us
for this paving, we will submit these
prices to the Federal Government and
believe that Federal Aid can be se
cured.
Second: If you will change your
proceedings by adopting the concrete
type of paving, w,e will approve of
the bid submitted by Contractor Dan
Laßoe.
Third: If you do not care to pave
at the present time, we will use the
Federal funds on some other road
in Navajo County.
We have discussed this matter ful
ly with the Federal Aid Engineer,
District and Regional. You are aware
that it was with great difficulty that
Federal approval of this Project was
secured in the beginning. This pro
ject has been delayed for a long
time. We are afraid that if you do
not take immediate action, this pro
ject will be cancelled.
Yours very truly,
1 THOS. MADDOCK.
State Engineer.
THROWING WEALTH INTO
VESUVIUS
1 If all the men, women and cliild
| ren in the United States could hurry
i by the seething crater of Mount Ve
\ suvius at the rate of three persons
! a second, and if each cast into its
1 all-destroying depths a five-dollar
| gold niece, and continued to do so
i day and night for a year, the money
' thus destroyed would nearly equal
i our 1920 fire waste of over $500,000,-
' 000. If, in addition, about every
| half-hour, one of this rushing throng
i —usually a woman or child —should
| fall into that sea of molten lava,
! the 15,000 lives lost annually in this
1 manner would approximate America’s
[ estimated fatalities by fire each year,
i Does it not seem incredible that any
' nation should allow such devasta
\ tion to continue unchecked?
> Every effort must be made, there
[ fore, to acquaint the public with the
f magnitude of the fire destruction and
J the necessity for guarding against
i the common fire hazards. While
• carelessness is considered to be the
| chief cause of our huge fire waste.
> ignorance is also a large factor and
> consequently the importance of edu
| cation in fire prevention can not
> be over - emphasized.—Safeguarding
j American Against Fire.
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> A live stock rancher who twelve
! years ago paid his taxes wita tno
> carload of cattle now has to sMI «ix
j carloads to nay taxes on same land.,
COME TO US FOR
PRINTING
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PHILLIP R. JONES
CONSULTING ENGINEER'
SURVEYING
Cor. 3rd and Kinsley Phone 301
Box BGI Winslow, Arizona
Get your Want Ads in before noon
Thursday or they will be too late.
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II Since writing my ad, which X
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" I have purchased two full car V
.. loads of cement, one car of X
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II and bv this purchase I have X
'• been able to save 10 cents per X
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.. saving in the cost of my ce- X
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II quarter cents per square foot X
• • I 1 have decided to reduce my X
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.. making the cost to vou now X
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SUMMONS
in the Superior Court of the State
of Arizona, in and for the County
of Navajo.
Juanita Gonzales Chavez, Plaintiff,
vs
Lorenzo Chavez. Defendant.
Action brought in the Superior
Court of the State of Arizona, in and
for the County of Navajo, and the
Complaint filed in said County of
Navajo, in the office of the Clerk of
said Superior court.
In the Name of the State of Ari
zona, to Lorenzo Chavez, Defendant,
GREETING:
You are Hereby Summoned alnd
required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above
named plaintiff in the Superior
Court of the State of Arizona, in and
for the County of Navajo, and an
swer the Complaint therein filed
with the Clerk of this said Court, at
Holbrook, in said County, within
twenty days after the service upon
you of this Summons, if served in
this said County, or in all other
cases within thirty days thereafter,
the times above mentioned being ex
clusive of the day of service, or
judgment by default will be taken
against you.
Given under my hand and the
Seal of the Superior Court of the
State of Arizona, in and for the
County of Navajo, this 10th day of
September, 1921.
LLOYD C. HENNING,
Clerk of said Superior Court
By OLIVE CLARKE,
(SEAL) Deputy Clerk.
First pub. Sept. 23, 1921.
Last pub. Oct. 21, 1921.
SHERIFF’S SALE
fn the Superior Court of the State
of Arizona, in and for the County
of Navajo.
F. B. Douglas, Plaintiff,
vs
J. J. Hayward and Mary J. Hayward
Defendants.
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale of Real
Property on Foreclosure of Mort
gage.
Under and by virtue of an order
of sale and decree of foreclosure is
sued out of the Superior Court of
the County of Navajo, State of Ari
zona, on the sth day of October,
i 1921, in the above entitled action,
wherein F. B. Douglas, the above
named plaintiff, obtained a judg
ment and decree against J. J. Hay
ward and Mary J. Hayward, the
wife of the said J. J. Hayward, de
fendants, on the 3rd day of Septem
ber, 1921, which decree was,
on the 3rd day of October, 1921, re
corded in Judgment Book of
said Court.
I am commanded to sell all that
certain lot, piece, and parcel of land
situate in the Town of Winslow,
County of Navaio, State of Arizona,
and bounded and particularly de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Lots numbered three (3), four (4),
five (5) and six (6) in Block thir
teen (13), in the Hicks Addition to
the Town of Winslow, Navajo Coun
ty, State of Arizona; and
Navajo Indian
Rugs
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At Wholesale Prices in any Quantity
INDIAN CURIOS
R. M. Bruchman
Indian Trader
113 WEST SECOND STREET . WINSLOW, ARIZONA
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A GENUINE WELCOME
Our many year’s banking experience and our inti
mate knowledge of local and general business conditions
can be of great service to you in your business plans.
Close co-operation with our customers for their best in
terests, and ours, is one of our traditional policies. We
can offer you every banking service your business re
quires, and invite you to consult with us about banking
matters. You will find our officers ever willing to meet
customers personally and anything that we can do to
promote our mutual interests will be cheerfully done.
Don’t hesitate to come in and talk things over with us.
—The—
ARIZONA STATE BANK
OF WINSLOW
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* ’ thru baking failure
must be added to baking
costs —it has to be paid for.
Calumet Baking Powder
will save you all of that. Be
cause when you use it—there are
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It is reasonable in cost and
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NOTICE is hereby given that on
the sth day of November, 1921, at
10 o clock a. m. of that day, in front
of the Court House in the Town of
Holbrook, County of Navajo, State
of Arizona, I will, in obedience to
said order of sale and decree of
foreclosure, sell the above describ
ed property, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy plain
tiffs judgment, with interest there
on and costs, to the highest bidder
for cash in gold coin of the United
States.
Dated, sth day of October, 1921.
R. L. NEWMAN,
Sheriff of Navajo County, State of
Arizona.
First pub. Oct. 7, 1921, ,
Last pub. Oct. 28, 1921.

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