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Pupils neither absent or tardy duringthemonthencling Apr. 24: Room 1. Fikst Grade Valda Bennett Mary Brown Elsie Cassin Minnie Drennen Ruth Kristensen Irene McCawley Vida Norman Clara Owens Dollie Fenton May Williams Rowena Mooney Roy Curnn Hueston Dagg Archie Henderson Zearl Stiles Freddie Seeger Oliver Sutton George Wiggins Walter Williams Jay Sutherland Ellsworth Lee Lawrence l^ee Second Grade. Pearl Bennett Ruth Bennett Indalesto Carillo Wille Gates Reginald Hoxsie Frank King Rovena Marley Patrocino Montajo Ortega Ygnacio Nellie Perkins Ora Rowley Parker Sutton Mvrdell Woods Claudia Owens Mildred Hoxsie Henis Santistevan Third Grade Norman Brown Roy Bennett Maril Mosely . Frank Ortega Leon Sutton ! Ethel McKinnon Fourth Grade Fred Allen Hellen Carlson Ruby Cassin Dorothy Conahan Walter Creswell ■ Allie Eubanks Ila Gates Gladys Marley Hobart Rowley Bernetta Simonson Alva Stegmeir Ray Sutherland Lelia Sutton Fifth Grade Francis Conahan Leora Daze Rose Dow ns Geo. Drumm Margaret Hellem Alma Norman Kathleen O’Brien Roy Rowley Wm. Wright Sixth Grade Cora Creswell Ada Dagg Marguerite Derby Harold Lyons Lona Norman Ada Taylor Wm. Van Kuhn Seventh Grade Amie Dagg Linn Dunklin Bonnie Fenton Irene King Arthur LaPrade Margaret Morrison Mildred Rand Eight Grade Laura Nelson Temple Penrod Dave Kelly James Young Nellie Henderson The following press reports on Mr. Everett Kemp, speak well of his abilit}'. He will be here on May 6th, under the auspices of the Winslow schools. All should hear him. TROY (ALA.) CITIZEN’S JOURNAL —We were touched, tickled deep and highly entertained. Mr. Kemp laughs and you laugh; by a sudden transfor mation of attitude and expression you are led to believe a graveyard tale is on hand when one word from him and you roar, grunt and get over it as best you can. J. B. HUGHES, MGR. LECTURE COURSE, COZAD, NEB. —He gave “Sevenoaks” here to a large audience. The expressions of approval were unanimous. Mr. Kemp’s portrayal of this charming story is a most pro | nouuced success. SHELBYVILLE (ILL.) DAILY UNI ON —Ever popular Mr. Kempentrench i ed himself deeper into the hearts of his admirers last night. With his un assuming manner and artistic deline ation of the different characters he presents, he is always a favorite in Shelbyviile. i MARY A. BLOOD, PRIN. COLUM BIA SCHOOL OF ORATORY, CHI CAGO —Mr. Kemp is a success. He en i tertains in a delightful manner thru his individual humor, his line imper sonations and his scholarly interpre tations. To hear him once is to desire to hear him again. Conductor J. L. Service has been temporarily assigned to the Williams-Grand Canyon run re lieving Conductor Liberty who has been granted leave ot absence for thirty da\'S. Notice. Your annual Street Tax of $2.00 is now due and must be paid in cash or labor on the streets and alleys. All male per sons between the ages of 21 and 50 years are subject to this tax. Please call and pay same to Theo. H. Shuflin, Supervisor of Streets. Office: C. L. Flinn Store. Eng. J.N. Harper returned from Albuquerque Wednesday morn ing w here he had gone to meet his two young daughters who are coming to Winslow' to live with their father. G. W. Symmes, chief clerk to master mechanic George was sent to the Los Angeles hospital Thursdav. Fireman John Whelan visited at Flagstaff during Saturday and Sunday and was a most vali ant rooter for the “kids” at Sun day’s ball game. J. E. Foley, wife, and mother have returned from Albuquerque where they w r ent last week to spend a few days with relatives and friends. Harvey Pow’ell left Wednesday evening for Las Vegas, N. M., w’here he goes to spend sometime visiting with his brother John. A Mexican laborer employed with the gang loading rock at the Penzance quarry w r as slightly bruised Tuesday by some loose rock falling out. Ed Sawyer is here this week. Mr John Riha of Vining, la., says, “I have been selling De- Witt’s Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I have ever sold. There are a dozen people here who have used them and they give perfect sat isfaction in every case. I have used them myself with fine re sults." Sold by Winslow Drug Store, A. E. Gillard, Prop. Democratic County Convention In accordance with the action of the Territorial Central Com mittee a Democratic County Con vention for the County of Nava jo, is hereby called to meet at Winslow, in said County on Thursday Ma\ 21st, 1908, at 3 o’clock p. m. for the purpose of selecting 7 delegates to attend the Territorial Convention to be held at Tucson on Thursday May 28th, 1908, for the purpose of selecting 6 delegates to attend the National Convention at Den ver. The basis of representation for each precinct will be 1 delegate for every 10 votes or major frac tion thereof of the votes cast for the Hon. Marcus A. Smith dele gate to Congress at the last elec- j tion, and is as follows: Winslow 18 St. Joseph 1 Holbrook 2 Woodruff 1 Snowflake 2 Taylor 3 Shumway 1 Showlow 2 Pinetop 3 Whiteriver 2 Pinedale 2 Heber 1 Keams Canyon 1 The date set for holding primar ies to select such delegates in each precinct is Saturday May 16th, 1908, at any hour or place desig nated by the precinct committee men. Signed E. T. ISHERWOOD, Pres. Signed W. G. KELLY, Sec’y. NAVAJO RESTAURANT TOM WOO, Prop. Will be open until 1 o’clock at night hereafter. Bakery in connection. Spring chicken and fresh oys ters at all times. In the Hotel Navajo Building. Poij k Shimizu Dealers in Vegetables and Fruits Our fruits and vegetable are received fresh each morning and our prices can’t be beat. Buy at our stand or from our wagon. Two Doors East of Rand-Dagg. PROCURED AND DEFENDED. 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