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■ Paper—— VOL. 2i. C. C. HUTCHIN SON KILLED Well Known Sheep-Man Meets Tragic Death in Automobile Accident. C.C. Hutchison, well known sheep man thoughout Northern Arizona was killed last Saturday in an automobile accident about forty mile 3 south of Seligman. He was giving an orphan child its first ride in an auto when the acc ident occured that resulted in his death. The funeral services wel*e held Tuesday afternoon at the family residence, 616 North First Aven ue, Pheonix. The burial services were conducted by Rev. William Scarlett, dean of the deocese of Arizona, and interment made in the family plot in Greenwood cenetry. C.C. Hutchison was born in Su tton, Vt., July 15,1852 and came west in the early eighties living in Colo., Texas and other places until he reached Arizona about twenty years ago. He married Mrs. Ella Hunter St. Claire in Flagstaff in 1908, and aside from a cousin who , lives at Pheonix she is his only relative living in Arizona. His brother, W.A. Hut chison, arrived from Oak Park, Illinois Tuesday. Mr. Hutchison was known for his refinement and culture, and as great reader and collector of books. He belonged to all the Ma sonic lodges of the York Rite in cluding the Shriners, and these lodges attended the funeral in a body and had charge of the ser vices at the grave. car-une to be built IF COUNCIL GRANTS FRANCHISE The applcation of James F. Mahoney for a franchise to run a street car system through the streets of Winslow was read at the last session and is at present time is being looked over by the City Attorney and his report is expected at the next meeting and it is hoped that permission will be granted as a street car line will sooner or later be put in this town and the sooner the better. The coming of the new steam laundry, the new moving picture show and the proposed new schoool building to be erected in the Klinedenst add ition, all go to show that Winslow is on the boom, slow but steady and at the rate we are growing we will need a street car system so why not have it started now, Let us all get togather and boost this street car business along when it comes before the people. Hi Fuller and his boys left last Wednesday in their autos for Phoenix. They intended going by Payson and take in the Roos-, velt nam on their way to the j Capitol City. From Phoenix they will drive their machines to San Diego or San Francisco and take a boat down the west coast to Panama. They -will irefftaln in Panama for abouTWdays look ing over the big ditch that Uncle Samuel has just completed. On their return they expect to come back over the proposed Northern route,arriving here May Ist. W.H. Clark, of Holbrook was a visitor in the city Thursday. Mr. Clark feels very entheusiastic about the future of Holbrook and Winslow, and says that he will render all aid he possibly can to the Winslow Commercial Club. THE WINSLOW MAIL A MERRY CHRIST i MAS TO ALL : When the next issue of this paper appears, are we right in the midst of the greatest holiday season this world knows and cel ebrates; therefore we say again! A Merry Chritmas to All. Old Santa Claus will make his rounds same as each preceding year; the children hang up their stockings, the grown ups wait eagerly for a rememberance from their friends and relatives and every one is full of Christinas cheer. Those who know not of Christ mas in this world are few and to be pitied, because at this time the heart goes out to make others happy, and be it ever so small a present, none who has anyone anywhere should let this Christ mas time pass without giving something to cheer the heart. Christmas is the time of giving; eager little faces see the shop windows where Santa Claus has his display; thoughtful grown ups go about from store to store looking for something to make him or her glad and it’s right it is so, because many a one gives his last present and many a one receives his last present this year! Therefore, remember all those you love and care for! Friend, Mother and Father and sister and brother are watching the postman, waiting for what you sent them with a cheerful heart! It’s sad to be disappointed; sad to see a face show grief, when just a litte token would have made them happy and glad and blessed you. Don’t say none cares for you, Friend, —there is someone, somewhere, who waits and thinks of you; wondering what you are doing, wondering if you think of them today, j Christmas Day! Don’t let your heart grow callous, don’t drift away from your better self, get busy and “Get the Christmas spirit’’, get that happy gleam in to your eyes, which speaks of joy and Christmas cheer. You won’t forget the moments when you made someone happy. It ling ers in your mind and you’ll never miss the expense, beause it is not what you give, but how you give! It’s not to late today, if you per chance have forgotten this great festive time; get in, folks and get the Christmas cheer! Let it be: “Peace on Earth ane Good Will to Men.’’ It pays handsomely, because all year long will you re member and be remembered; what greater joy is there than Christmas time. —Carl Behn P.W. Willet,atterney from SeA attle, Washington was a guest of Attorney A. Y.Moore of this city Wednesday. Mr. P.L. Cooper, Mr. William 'Dunlap, Mr. W. B. Fishe. (2), Mr. Jno. Gregory, Mr. T. Burt Gates, I C.C. Hajs, Mr. I. Johnson, Mr. ' James Miller, Mr. Leon Starr,Mr. Chas, Strott, L. B. Walkes, Mrs. R.F.Ward. Pedro Chacon, Tortino Calvillo, Gregoris Cabrera, Felipe Ernan des, Victor Gomez, Jose Malin arks, Joaquin Ortiz, Ledndro Ol quin, Julio Romo. , LOST— A round brooch with diamond in centre surrounded by pearls. Finder leave at this office ! and receive reward. > I j I Judge Sapp and C.H. Jorden , spent Sunday in town. 1 Chas. Braden returned from Detroit Wedneseay morning He » was called east about two weeks ago by the death of his mother. WINSLOW ... THE METROPOLIS OF NORTHERN ARIZONA WINSLOW, NAVAJO COUNTY, ARIZONA, DECEMBER 20, 1913. NEW SHOW HOUSE FOR WINSLOW 1 A report that has been circulat ing for the last few days concern ing a new moving picture house for Winslow has materialized under the management of J. Stuar Christal. It will be opened next week in the building former ly occupied by Mr. P. B. Kiddoo, an up-to-date, well arranged show house. Mr. Christal is a man who needs no introduction to the pub lic of Winslow, and under his management the motion picture fans may look forward to a series of entertainments that will be a recreation as well as an amuse ment. The house will be furnished with comfortable seats on a slop ing floor, well heated, ventilated and plenty of exits and it is as sured that nothing but high class licensed pictures will be shown. Application for Grazing Permit Notice is hereby given that all applications for permits to graze cattle, horses and sheep within the SITGEAVES NATIONAL FOREST during the season of 1914 must be filed in my office at Snowflake, Arizona, on or be fore JANUARY 17, 1914. Full information in regard to the grazing fees to be charged and blank forms to be used in mak ing applications will be furnished upon request. Charles H. Jennings, Supervisor. Harvey Powell and Bob Benton returned Sunday from a five day’s trip to the Moqui Reserva tion. H. was in town Tu esday from St. Joe on business. I. Fuller, the sheep man, recei ved a car load of bucks Monday night and took them out to his ranch Wednesday morning. E.P. Con well went to Holbrook Wednesday on No. 8 on legal bus iness and returned in the even ing. Miss Margaret Con well and Mrs. Sexton cf Holbrook, spent Sunday in the city. Mrs. Edith Foster leaves this morning for Los Angeles where she will remain most of the win ter. Michael Moore, who has been visiting his mother and brother in this city for the past month left for Los Angeles Thursday to visit his daughter. Deputy Sherrif Trammel spent Wednesday in Holbrook on pro fessional business. Art McClimas received a car load of lumber from Flagstaff Sunday which he will use in the construction of some new houses he contemplates building in the near future. Jonah Marley accompanied by one of the Burkett boys left for the Chaves Pass country last Wednesday. While they are out they will cut 500 cedar posts, some of which will go to help fence the Klinedenst addition. The balence go to the Ketchum and Bahbett. ranches on the river. On their return they will bring back a load of Xmas trees so if any one wants to get small trees J for the little folks party, would . do well to see Jonah on his rerurn about Saturday or Sunday. WATCHJJS GROW An enthusiastic meeting of the I Winslow Commercial' Club was held in ths Elks’ building last evening and many important matters of interest to th City and surrounding country were dis cussed and a Constitution and By-Laws were adopted. The next regular meeting of the Club will be held on Friday evening, Dec., 26th, and all members are urged to be prasent as much important business is to be transacted. E. P. Conwell was named for act ing secretasy, and those wishing to join may do so by calling on him and paying the initiation fee as it is desired that every busi ness man of Winslow, and in fact everyone who is interested in the future growth of our city, should become a member. Public ser vice is a duty and a consecration. Don’t wait for your neighbor to act. Be a Booster yourself. Be lieve in your own City. Join the Winslow Commercial Club and thus aid in accellerating the growth and progress of the best little city in the great south-wesL We should have a Y. M. C. A. here A rumor has been going around the town lately that the young men and boys of Winslow would call a general meeting for the purpose of finding out now near we can come to secureing a Y. M. C. A. for Winslow. We are certainly deserving of an instut ion of this kind and we shonld by all means have a public library for we have just as good a town here as any one in Arizona and a whole lot better than some towns the same size in the east. The call for the meeting will no doubt be issued soon and it is the duty of every man and boy to be present and help a good move along. Winslow has been asleep long enough, its time to wake up. Brakeman W.B.Magill, of Will iams spent Monday in town. Attorney G. S. Cunningham of Phoenix stopped over in town Monday. Mr. Cunningham is connOcted with Alexander and Christy of that city and was on his way to Pekin, 111. where he will spend the holidays. Joe Daze and several other local boys are figureing to spend Xmas and the holidays in Los Angeles and other coast towns. FOR SALE:—One new,baby go cart and one heating stove. Enquire of R.P. Kelly. California Woman Seriously Alarmed “A short time ago I contracted a severe cold which settled on my lungs and caused me a great deal of annoy-ante. I would have bad coughing speds and nu llings were so sore and inflamed I began to be seriously alarmed \ friend cecommencled Chamber lain’s Cough Remedy, saying she had used it lor years I bought a bottle and it relieved mv cough the first night, and in a week 1 1 was riel of the cold and sorness of my lungs,” writes Miss Marie! Gerber, Sawtelle, Cal. For sa’e; by all dealers. Adv. | Are You in Arrears M lon Tour tubecruotion ? You know WE NEED THE MONEY * jttorint LiCt US ||F . .i—your" ■— ■— nil SALE BILLS WISE LITTLE WOMAN By GEORGE ELMER COBB. “You're uot afraid, Lizzie?” “Not a bit of it, father.” “All this talk about maraudin’ bands and the like over in the next town ship is probably a scare. I’ll have mother and the girls back home by ten o’clock. And say, Lizzie, that thing you've set your heart on -an automobile.” j “Yes, father," murmured Lizzie, a faint little pucker at her lips. : “I'm going to look at one np at Norwich tonight. If it's reasonable, I may think it over.” Old Daniel Bangs drove off in the ricketty family surrey with slow pa tient Dohhin attached. Lizzie waved her band after him in a, forlorn port of away. That word “automobile" had touched a sore spot in Lizzie's heart. There was only one young man in th° district whom Lizzie loved and an automobile had parted them Ned Dar - ow had been keeping company with her for a year. His folks lived on the next farm one-half a mile dis tant and he tvorked in a garage at Norwich. The charm of Lizzie’s com pany brought him home regularly every evening. There was a con stant, companionship and consequent happiness. Then the Bellows family did what nearly all the progressive farmers in the district were doing-—bought an automobile. And then for three eve nings Ned did not put in an appear „ ance at the Bangs home. A gossipy neighbor dropped in to tell Mrs. Bangs of "the scand’lous doings down at the Bellows farm,” Three after noons in succession “that young Dar row had come there to take out Miss Olivo in the new automobile!'’ "Ts it was anybody hut Olive Bel lows!'' Lizzie had said to herself re sentfully, as she recalled that a year previous Ned had been very friendly with the young lady in question. The fourth evening Ned came tc the Bangs home, Mrs. Bangs treated SB Fired a Shot In the Air. him rather coldly and Lizzie went, up ♦o her room without seeing him, re j porting a sick headache. The next day when Miss Bellows j drove by alone proudly exhibiting 1 her skill as an expert chauffeur, Liz- j zie went straight to her father. "We must get an auto, papa.’’ she insisted. Everybody else is and we don t want to be back numbers.” Mr. Bangs, was indulgent and the j result was that several salesmen j from the town brought up their ma- ; chines. Lizzie had several rides. The | prices charged staggered, the thrifty. : r- artful farmer, however, and no her gain was consummated Bo that evening, left alone to wait | for the return of the family from a relative's. Lizzie had some rather hit ! ter reflections. She was really j spiteful because Miss Bellows could | parade around in a new shiny four- j cylinder. She felt resentful towards her lover for a new reason TTe had sent her a note chiding her for declining to see him when he j called. Ned added a, line saying that he would like to make an explanation j of some thißgs that his lady love had . probably misunderstood. Lizzie would possiblv have relent ed and would have pent for him, but not two hours since the Bellows ma > chine had come whizzing down the road, Miss Olive at the wheel and the pprfidious Ned hv her side. “I shall never speak to blm again!” resolved Lizzie, as her father drove away. There were no lights In the house and she closed and locked the front door. Then she went out into the garden and planned to sit. in the rus tic summer house, and wait there till the folks returned. County Official —^Paper^— That cherished spot, however, j brought up poignant memories of hours W’hen Ned had been by her side Lizzie in a desolate, unhappy way, w’ent way over to a corner of the garden where a network of vines Inclosed an old-fashioned tree seat. The loneliness and seclusion led to tears now. Lizzie fairly cried herself to sleep. It must have been an hour later when the chug-chug of a machine aroused her. » “Its an automobile and it’s stop ping here," she murmured. “They are' strangers ana tney nave driven the machine into the shadow of the trees. Oh, dear!” Lizzie shivered as she thought of the reports from the next township of a band of robbers who had raided n score of farmhouses while the occu pants were absent. Two men silently and mysteriously stole past the gate, glanced up at the grim, silent house, went around to itj side and then the affrighted Lizzie beard a window raised. “Ob, they are robbers, sure enough!” she gasped “They hare broken into the house. What shall I do?” A sudden inspiration came to her mind as she glanced at the automo bile. She did not believe she could quite run one alone, but she knew' a pood deal about its construction from casual observation. “I can creep under ihe fence, reach the machine and they can’t see me,” she planned “Then I’ll hurry down the road and give the alarm.” 1 Lizzie reached the stalled machine. She leaped nimbly to its step. For only a moment, her hand was busy groping over its mechanism. A little flutter of excitement and satisfaction escaped her lips as she slipped some, thing into her pocket. Then Lizzie sped down the Bhadowy road with fleetness. “ n h. dear! T wish I had gone the | other way—but, then the robbers ; might, have seen me," she breathed, as at a turn the first window iighi that. 1 showed was in tiie Harrow farmhouse, a quarter of a mile away. Lizzie halted as she came directly :up to the house. There was a light, in only one room and beyond its open i sat. the only occupant of the house. Tt was Ned, at a table, writ ing Lizzie faltered. Then the urgency of the occasion Impelled her to ac tion. She ran into the full radius of the bright lamplight, streaming out into the garden. “There's robbers at our house and the folks are all away,” she cried out, and Ned was on bis feet in an instant. He was outside, a gun in hand, be fore Lizzie realized It.. “Tell me all about it. as we hurry hack,” he directed, and she thrilled to feel the firm, steady clasp of bis hand on her arm as he urged her to the road. Lizzie could never toll afterwards how she blurted out her story or how she acted during that, wild run. She lost all her resentment, once again in that dear companionship. "There they are," she fluttered, ns they camp in sight of home and the figures of two men were to be ob served moving about the automobile. The machine was loaded with plunder they had taken from the house. Ned shouted at them and then fired a shot tn the air. That, was the last of the robbers. “I don’t see why they didn’t make off with + he machine,” he remarked. “Why, I had taken away the spark key,” explained Lizzie, producing tii» article in question. "You wise little woman'” exclaimed Ned admiringly, “Come back to the old loving arms, darling,” he added, "while I tell you a little story about another automobile.” And then he entirely satisfied Liz zie that it was in the line of work necessary and paid for that he had been so much in the company of Olive Bellows. The robbers never returned to claim their machine. By right of the law of jetsam it became Lizzie’s auto mobile, and Ned Darrow continued to he Lizzie’s lover (Copyright,^l9l3^by rv q Chapmen.) Not Beyond Help at P Sleep disturbing bladder weak ness, stiffness in joints, weak, inactive kidney action anc' rheu matic pains, are all evidence of kidney trouble. Mrs. Mary A. Dean 47 E. Walnut St., Tou i ton, Miss., writes: “I have pas sed my 87 til birthday, and thought I was bevond the reach of medicine, but Foley Kidnev Fills have proved most benefic ial in mv ease oi kidney anti bladder trouble.” | Elderly peo ple w ill find Foley Kidney Fills both tonic and strengthening, and may be sure they contain no harmful drugs Kelly Drug Co. adv. No. 36.