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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Winslow, Arizona                                County Official Paper Metropolis of Northern Arizona MAIL City Official OVER 5,000 WEEKLY READERS VOL. 18. Single Copies 10 Cents NAVAJO DECEMBER 2, 1911 Single Copies 10 Cents NO. 32. MEMORIAL SERVICE OF ELK'S SUNDAY Sunday afternoon at 2:30 the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Lodge No. 536 will hold their annual memorial at the Winslow Opera The committee William J. Crozer as have been for the past few weeks arranging the Rev. M. Counolly of the Catholic ReVi J. Andrew Ar nett of the Methodist Episcopal and Rev. Joseph Lyons Meade of St. Paul's Episcopal will The chief speaker of the who will deliver the memorial address and is Mr. R. W. D. Bryan of Albuquerque Lodge No. 461, B. P. O. The program will be as Miss Marsra ret Funeral March Miss Margaret Opening Exercises by the Trombone Prof. F. K. Invocation by Rev. J. Andrew With by Miss Jessica Address by Rev. M. Trio by Miss Jessica Messrs. Clarence J. Spellmire aud Arthur C. Memorial Address and Eulogy by Mr. R. W. D. Bryan of Albuquerque Lodge No. 461, B. P. O. Solo by Mr. Arthur C. Closing Exercises by the Trombone to by K. Benediction by Rev. Lyons The services will commence promptly at 2.30 p. and the public is requested to be on time so as not to interrupt the All are welcome to come who Agent R. T. returned this week from his vacation in the north and will hereafter be a conductor on one of the regular freight runs out of He resigned his position as agent of this division shortly before he his Probate Judge Smith was a visitor here Tuesday attending the Republican Assessments and Increases Chamber of the Common Town of Ariz Nov. 24,1911. The Council met at 7:H0 p. called to order by Mayor Councilman Lamb and By motion of Mr. seconded by Mr. it was ordered that an alleyway on fractions of lots 12 and 13, in Block Hicks be pur chased from the price stipulated being The Council then adjourned to meet as a Board of As a Board of Equalization the Council was called to order at 8 p. in. The following increases in valuation were Assessed Valuation H. W. auto $ 300.00 $ 600.10 C. H. 225.00 375.00 Est. of Helen lots 8, 9, 10,11, and 12, 650.00 Ei t. of J. H. Lot 12, block 1 3500.00 6500.00 Catholic church residence 800.00 1200.00 and Annie lots 19, 20, 21, 22 block 6, 3275.00 6500.00 A. 400.00 500.00 R. C. auto 450.00 750.00 J. E. lots 13 to 18, Mock 14 240.00 450.00 N. G. stock of etc. 3000.00 Mrs. Hannah Williams P. R. 3U0.00 600.G0 By order of the Board of Equalization all church excepting that upon which the church was actually was declared subject to W. H. J. J. Town Among the visitors who were here from Flagstaff Sunday Tom J. Powell and T. Lindman and Jacb Chisholm of Flagstaff business visitor in town W. H. Holbrook was in town Tuesday attending the meeting of the j. G. Graham of Flagstaff was a visitor in town tor a few days this J.W. Bean of Flagstaff was a visitor in town On account of Elks there will be no band concert Sunday U. S. Marshal of was in town a few days this summoning jurors for the coming term of court in to be held in a Ed of was a visitor here F. Dewey and Sid two railroad men of were visitors here a few days this John one of the coming prominent sheep men of Navajo county was a business visitor in town for a lew days this J. E. the Republican candidate for County Attorney was a visitor here yesterday looking over the political Claus 3 won't know where to do his shopping unless you tell him you can supply many of his Get Mr. advertise in this paper NOW and tell him of your stock of The Purpose of an Advertisement is to serve your It will help sell your to the people you want to An merit in this paper is a reference guide to those whose wants are worth LIFE'S DISAPPOINTMENTS 1911.) City Tax Levy Chamber of the Common Town of Nov. 27, 1911. The Council meeting as a board of equalization for the purpose of fixing the tax Burbage Councilmen Seeger and The total of the tax roll showed then levied a tax of on the as Two mills on the dollar of such assessed valuation to defray salaries of officers and the ordinary and ' contingent expenses of the corporation not herein otherwise provided Two mills on the dollar of such assessed valuation for the purpose of constructing and repairing sidewalks and crosswalks or bridges and culverts upon such streets or Two mills ou the dollar of such assessed valuation to defray the interest of the public debt of the The Marshal was instructed to commence collection at then W. H. ]. J. Town The Harvey R. of democratic candidate for County was a visitor here last Saturday among the Winslow voters and reports the southern half of the territory in the Democratic Mr. Greer is a genial upright gentleman of who is a of the Snowflake Stake Academy and the Flagstaff Normal and has had charge of the school at He from college in the east where he has been taking a course He was accompanied by his father R D. proprietor of the Greer stable at Sheriff and Mrs. Jos. F. Woods and son Joe were visitor here last Saturday and Sunday taking the latter to the doctor to have a broken arm he having tell from a shed and his arm above the Drs. j Hathway and Bazell set the little boys arm who seems none the worse after the painful accident Chester oldest son of C. M while horse back riding was thrown from his horse which stumbled and hit his head brusing the lad up considerably last The boy is under the care of the doctors ever since being most of the time and is still in a very serious The Santa That great railway ' From sunset to The break of Both rare aud While trains speed on With tireless as they whirl With many a swirl I'm thinking of A Harvey She's here and Just She's ready with A welcome neat - And often you get Enough to Her cheerful smile Will quite beguile Away dull care For many a Her smiling face Will hold its place The while the train Speeds on how vain When stops the train At station next She's here She's here and Just She's with A welcome With silken curls And teeth like pearls - The dimpled Harvey I'm speeding o'er The Santa Fe From sunset to The break of As night unfurls The tourist curls In sleep and dreams Of Harvey N. M. DR. F. In Santa Fe Employee Magazine Miss Bonnie Fenton the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fenton while in town the other day in tile Greaves & Dye establishment had a fainting spell which lasted a few Assistance was summoned in all possible haste and the lady taken to her h nue where she has been under the care of the physician ever She is reported as some but not out of danger as yet by any One of the heaviest stock purchases that has occurred in vajo county for a number of years took place hist i Charles Ward sold a frosty horse I to Miss Ruth Hesser and the sale cannot be Evi | dently something wrong in Detectives are ou the 1 The Grand Ball given by the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen Wednesday evening at the Winslow Opera House was a success socially and The hall was crowded with the merry dancers who stayed untill the sweet strains of Sweet were played about four o'clock in the Special comment is being made about the good music furnished by the artists Miss Deli M. Prof. F. K. L. D. G. violinist and the drum artist of the Electric Houck of Ariz was a business visitor for a few days this week aud informs us that Mrs. Houck who has been seriously ill for some time has entirely If ever you some of the sausage that is sold in our establishment you will never buy Try it and be The City Meat % Babbitt of the firm of Babbitt of Flagstaff and was in town Saturday looking after a shipment of cattle belonging to the of Babbitt & of fifteen cars to a Los Angeles Ralph formerly yard master at this division but now of Los Angeles a visitor with old time friends here this He left Thursday for Qal N. M. where he goes to take apposition with the Santa Fe at that point as A clean sweep made on all poultry on Thanksgiving Don't forget though that we will have a new supply of good things to eat for the Christmas The City Meat % L. Barnes of Williams was in. being one of the musicians at the B. of R. T. Deputy County Recorder C. M. C. Houck was a Winslow visitor on Ed. Ganett of was a business visitor in town Evidently they must be having rather severe weather in the vicinity of the Mongolian mountains according to the register at the Navajo which shows the signature of C. Cheer up it m iy not be so bad after Politics cuts no figure with our We are still selling some of the choicest meats obtainable in The City Meat * Rev. Dr. W. C. International Sunday School Worker of the M. E. Church will deliver a sermon Sunday morning and evening at the M. E. Mr. and Mrs. Daze entertained a few friends at Thanksgiving dinner The house was beautifully decorated with American Beauty from the immediate relatives and those present Messrs Fred R Sellings and Edward The enterprising firm of Bab bitt Bros. who seem always to be up to the minute in displaying their goods have decorated their window at the front street entrance with the Elk's Henry an old time resident of Navajo but now of Santa was a business visitor here for i a lew davs this STOCK AND RANGE Kansas City Stock Nov. 27, 3 911. Heavy receipts of range cattle in the first part of last but few cattle of any kind arrived alter The market declined 15 to 25 cents Monday and and remained the bottom The run was so small after Wednesday that buyers began to take notice end of the week most of the loss Stockers and feeders weie at a very low ebb on but by Friday the feeders were much and everything was up close by Saturday with a recovery in: run to-day is at 12,000. head Chicago has about one than Priced are strong to 10 higher and 20 to 35 cents above the low time last beef steers sold to-day at that would have passed last aud others reached as compared a of for full loads Some feeders Montrose sold at to 25 to 50 cents A. train of Old Mexicos brought si miliar to cattle date last Panhandle calves sell at to heavy weight and some 1050 panhandle feeders brought late last about the extreme top for Though the market is much better killers still assert that the beef markets id the East are full of that unusually of poultry and small meats are tit retail shops and Packers are supporting the hug market in a indicating they believe iu ati approaching shortage of the porcine Prices held steady last in the increased supplies at all aud cleanups were good from day to Run is moderate 12,000 prices top medium weights to 45, light hogs to pigs 26 to Average are 185 pounds last 178 pounds the previ jus ' Sheep and lambs sold unevenly last with the market generally Though good lambs finished the week with a sale at the 7U00 here market no good lambs lambs around lambs to yearlings 50 to wethers to ewes to High corn is testing the stay jug powers of and Some stuff has been sent in Buyers cut the price on unfinished stuff an J owners urged to make their if they wish a Dealers believe will be better than Some ewes that weirt out two months ago at were returned last week sold at St 25 to 75, any gain in an extreme J. A. M arket Follow the crowds to the Gity Meat where everything that is good is sold in the Hue ofi  

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