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Corporation Commission’s Fee Collections For Nine Months Total $250,000, Vaughn Says PHOENIX —Total fees of various kinds collected by the department of the Arizona Corporation Com mission from July 1, 1925, to April 1, 1926, amounts to nearly one quar ter of a million dollars, according to a statement issued this week by Loren Vaughn, chairman of the commission. The collections of the commis-1 sion for the last half of the month ! of March totaled $49,080.73, accord- ; ing to a report made yesterday to j the commission by Glenn D. Grant, i cashier of the commission, bring ing the total collections to date for | the present fiscal year beginning July 1, 1925, an dending June 30, j 1926, to $224,199.57. Os the amount collected during! the last half of March, $44,778.22 | represents the fees collected from i the insurance companies as annual J fees and the 2 per cent state tax on premiums. The total collections from the insurance companies dur ing the month of March total $83,- 191.60, the reports shows. The total collections from the in surance comapnies for the present fiscal year to date, $156,088.77 or approximately. $13,000 more than the total fees collected from the insurance companies during the fis cal year of 1924-25, 'which was $143,258.29. According to members of the commission, the increase is brought about by additional com panies doing business in the state as well as an increase in the in- When You Think H LUMBER m Think of “Halstead” —and What the , Name Means to You in Service j JavYry Specialization in every line covers a lot of ».„■ ground, but we are specialists in almost -every line of building necessities. Not only ' in lumber, but in roofing materials, build ers’ hardware, paints and varnishes—we back our sales with service of the highest HALSTEAD LUMBER COMPANY jgg; "(I.E M*. 1111111 l New Brands Applied For—March 26, 1926 Pr-od c a —^rk DCfco *\rCO jaflco <foo ■ JR|gx3> <B>po tor-tier of Brand C. right hip. C. left hip. H. left hip. C right hip. H. right thigh. C. left hip H. left thigh. C. right hip. H. right thigh. C. left ribs. H. left thigh. C. left hip. New Brands Applied For—April 2, 1926 Brand . Earmark ojo®o Xlexa boo /I\SX3 THSXB 5-A©© surance business in the state. It is expected that the fees paid by insurance companies for this fis cal year ending June 30, will be more than $20,000 greater than the ( fees collected in 1924-25. The collections made by each de- 1 partment for the last half of March i j are as follows according to the re-; j port: Motor vehicle department, | $1,458.76; investment department, j $715.35; insurance department, $44,- 1778.22; and incorporating depart | meut, $2,128.40 . o Bisbee Man Held On Dope Charge Following Raid BISBEE —John Turner was ar | raigned before James Allison, Uni | ted States commissioner here this * week, charged with violation of sections of the Harrison narcotic act, as the result of a raid con ducted by police officers on a local residence Friday, where a quantity of cocoaine bindles was confiscated. Turner was held for preliminary hearing under $5,000 bond, which he was unable to provide. Turner’s wife, who was taken in to custody at the time he was ar rested, denied any knowledge of the narcotic found in her home, but she will be given a hearing before *the commissioner on Monday after noon. This is the third narcotic seizure to be made in recent weeks. < Location c id C. right ribs. H. right thigh. C. left ribs. H. left thigh. C. left hip. H. left thigh. C. left ribs. H. left thigh. C. right ribs. H. right thigh. C. left ribs. H. left thigh. C. left ribs. H. left thigh. LEGAL ADVERTISING NOTICE OF SALE IN BULK Notice is hereby given, that on the seventeenth day of April, 1926, I shall sell, assign, and deliver the whole of my grocery, dry goods and hardware business, together with all furniture and fixtures, w-hicli business I have been operating and conducting as “The Canton Groc ery,” and that I am recording one notice of this sale in the office of the County Recorder of Navajo County, Arizona; publishing same three times in the Winslow Mail, and posting one notice on the prem ises of the said “The Canton Groc ery;” and that said sale will be made to Ho Yuck Yee and Woo Yew Lun of Winslow, Arizona; that the First National Bank of Winslow is designated as the place of es crow. Dated this 30th day of March, 1926. CHARLES WOO. STATE OF ARIZONA, ) ) SS. • COUNTY OF NAVAJO, ) Acknowledged before me by the said Charles Woo this 30th day of March, 1926. R. C. KAUFMAN, Notary Public. My commission expires Dec. 7, 1928. April 2,9, 16, NOTICE Order No. I—An Order Requiring Toilet Installations The Board of Health of the Town of Winslow does hereby order that: Each building occupied by one or more families must have one or more fly-proof, tank-flush toilets Name of Applicant C. H. de Roulhac S. C. Barker Jas. A. Perrigo Jose Ramon Kenneth Bigler Remuda Ranch Co. Mrs. Nellie Ehle Name of Applicant Otto W. Palmer Jno. E. Palmer Emmae Johnson Leonard and Katherine Stephens Mrs. Evelyn Perkins Arnaldo A. Auenente Chester Thayne Postoffice Addreaa Phoenix Nogales Flagstaff Sells Heber Wickenburg Skull Valley Post Office Address Taylor Taylor Globe Kingman Perkinsville Florence Wolf Hole THE WINSLOW MAIL LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS connected to the Town Sewer sys tem. , Passed and adopted this sth day of February, A. D., 1926. GEO. P. SAMPSON, President. H. R. LENDECKE, Secretary. Mar-19-26-Apr-2-9 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids marked upon outside of envelope “State Highway Con tract, Federal Aid Project No. 40- Reo,” and addressed to W T . C. Lefe bvre, State Engineer, Phoenix, Ari zona, will be received and opened at 2 p. m., April 19, 1926, at the office of the State Engineer, Phoe nix, Arizona, upon the Holbrook- Winslow Highway, Federal Aid Pro ject No. 40-Reo. The work consists of approxi mately: 8500 C. Y. Approach Fill 1600 C. Y. Excav. Structures. 650 C. Y. Concrete. 65000 lbs. Reinforcing Steel. 1100 Lin. Ft. Timber Piling. SOO Sq. Yds. Concrete Pavement. 100 C. Y. Rip Rap. 200 Lin. Ft. Rail Jetty. 800 C. Y. Roadway Surfacing, and other incidental items. All bids ghall be accompanied by an unendorsed, certified or cash ier’s check for 5 per cent of the gross amount of the bid, payable to the State Treasurer of Arizona. The State Engineer reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Copies of the plans and specifica tions may be seen at the office of the State Engineer, Phoenix, Ari zona, or may be obtained upon pay ment of Five ($5.00) Dollars, to W. C. Lefebvre, State Engineeer. Satisfactory bonds will be requir ed of the contractor to whom the award is made. All proposals shall be made on blanks furnished for that purpose. W. C. LEFEBVRE, * State Engineer. Phoenix, Arizona. April 2, 1926. Apr-9-16 ORDINANCE NO. 142 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AR TICLE TWO OF ORDINANCE NO. 119 AS TO FIRE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF WINSLOW, AND INCREASING SAID FIRE LIMITS. BE IT ORDAINED, By the Common Council of the Town of Winslow as follows, to-wit: Section 1. That Article 11. of Ordinance 119 be and the same is hereby amended so that the fire limits of the Town of Winslow will be increased to include the follow ing extensions of said fire limits, to-wit: Bound on the West by center line of Berry Avenue produced in a straight line South to intersection with East bound main track of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway company, and in a straght line North to intersection with cen ter line of Aspinwall street; bound on the South by the center line of said East bound main track of said railway company produced in a straight line from the center line of Berry Avenue to the center line of Snider Avenue; bounded on the East by center line of Snider Aven ue produced in a straight line South to intersection with East bound main track of said railway com pany and in a straight line North to intersection with center line of Aspinwall Street; and bounded on the North by center line of Aspin wall Street produced in a straight line from center line of Berry Avenue to center line of Snider Avenue. Section 11. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication as requir ed by law. Passed and adopted by the Mayor and Common Council of the Town of Winslow in Navajo County, State of Arizona this 6th day of April, 1926. Presented to the Mayor for his approval and by him approved and signed this 6th day of April, 1926. (Seal) FRED B. DOUGLAS, Attest: Mayor. C. L. MURPHY, Town Clerk. ' ORDINANCE NO. 141 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AR TICLES 1., VI, VII. AND VIII. OF ORDINANCE NO. 120 OF THE TOWN OF WINSLOW, RE LATING TO THE LAYING OF CEMENT SIDEWALKS ON ALL STREETS IN THE TOWN OF WINSLOW. BE IT ORDAINED, By the Mayor and Common Council of the Town of Winslow as follows: Section 1. Article I. of Ordinance No. 120, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: All persons owning real estate within the Town of Winslow, front ing on any street within the cor porate limits of the Town of Wins low, who shall hereafter lay cement sidewalks, shail conform to the sidewalk grade line established by the Town Engineer, for the street to which the property is adjacent; said established grade and profile thereof being ratified by the Com mon Council, and on file in the of fice of the Town Clerk. Section 11. Article VI. of Ordin ance No. 120, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: All persons owning real estate within the corporate limits of the Town of Winslow fronting or ad joining any of the streets or aven ues therein are hereby required to construct cement sidewalks and to re-construct or repair said side walks on such streets or avenues next to the property owned by any of them within thirty days after notice to that effect has been served upon them in writing by the Super visor of Streets. Section 111. Article VII. of Or dinance No. 120 is hereby amended LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS so as to read as follows: After notice of thirty days has been served by the Supervisor of Streets as hereinbefore provided on any owner of real estate in any of the blocks or upon any of the streets or avenues above mention ed directing said owner to con struct, re-construct or repair a sidewalk as herein provided and after such owner shall fail to con struct, re-construct or repair said sidewalk as directed then the Mayor and Common Council of the Town of Winslow may cause and direct the Supervisor of Streets to con struct, re-construct or repair the sidewalk and the costs thereof shall be paid by the owner of the prop erty next to or along which said sidewalk shall have been built, re built or repaired and the Town of Winslow shall have a lien on such property for the payment thereof and all costs of making, certifying and filing such lien and any costs of suit for enforcing and collecting on same. Section IV. Article VIII. of Or dinance No. 120, is hereby amend ed so as to read as follows: In order to secure such lien it shall not only be necessary for the Town Clerk of the Town of Wins low to file in the office of the County Recorder of the County of Navajo a lien as provided by law, in which shall be incorporated a copy of the notice served upon the owner of the property next to or along which said sidewalk shall have been constructed, re-con structed or repaired but it shall also contain a description of the property in front of or along which said sidewalk shall have been built, re-built or repaired with an itemiz ed account of the sum paid for the construction, re-construction or re pair thereof, all of which shall be duly certified to by the Town Clerk under oath and filed within sixty days after the completion of said work. Section V. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Passed and adopted by the Mayor and Common Council of the Town of Winslow in Navajo County, State of Arizona this 6th day of April, 1926. Presented to the Mayor for his approval and by him approved and signed this 6th day of April, 1926. (Seal) FRED B. DOUGLAS, Attest: Mayor. C. L. MURPHY, Town Clerk. FIRE IN JEROME RAZES 5 BLDGS. PRESCOTT Fire razed five two-story buildings located on property belonging to the United Verde Extension Mining company in the gulch district at Jerome Tuesday night, and only valiant work on the part of the Jerome volunteer fire fighters prevented the flames from doing greater dam age. You Haven’t Seen The Utmost In Engineering Ingenuity And Thorough Excellence l Until You Have Seen -The- Pontiac Six This new, sensationally modern product of General Motors at its low price of $995 for Coupe or Sedan delivered is presented by Old Trails Garage Jury Is Denied For Jail Breaker’s Aid PHOENIX —Arraigned in United States district court Tuesday morn ing on a citation for contempt of court, Tom Peevey, former Mari copa county night jailor, was de nied a jury trial by Judge Fred C. Jacobs and the case set for hear ing Saturday morning. Peevey’s citation w-as based on evidence given by Velma Typhett and Cressie Tepsman, charging that the former jailor allowed them to escape from the jail. "'tor any road ■ showrooms, furnished It may be difficult to be lieve that any motor car chassis could run under its own power for a solid week, with water hitting it in a drenching shower. But the Buick Chassis did it. Water cannot get in, dirt cannot reach Buick operating parts. Even the electrical wiring is sealed inside water-proof, fire proof, flexible tubing. Buick is ready for any road and any weather, thoroughly prepared to give Buick owners thou sands and thousands and thousands of care-free, trouble-proof miles. Only a Buick could possibly stand the “Shower Bath” test. Buick, alone, has the Sealed Chassis with the Triple- kv\ Sealed Engine! BUICK MOTOR CO., FLINT, MICH. Division of General Motors Corporation Qk&/ferBUICKL^'" Bazell Motor Co. WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD THEM FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1926 Fire In Gallup Coal Mine Burns For Several Days GALLUP —Fire that started in the Diamond Coal company tipple Wednesday night is still burning in the shaft after destroying the tipple. The shaft will have to be sealed and walled off before the fire is extinguished. The destruction of the tipple and other property en tails a loss of between $50,000 and SIOO,OOO. About 25 men, who were put oijt of employment, will go to work at the mine of the Gallup Southwest ern Coal company.