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The Rev. Fred S. Carter is spending the week in Flagstaff visiting friends. Opportunity knocks at. your doors—Babbitt’s sale Aug. 21st, ladies shoes $1.50. You are made of what you eat: eat the best: it can be had at the City Meat Market. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Wilson spent a few days of this week in Berlin, N. M. with relatives and friends. Mrs. Stumpt, of Albuquerque, N. M., is the guest of her daughter Mrs. Sorenson, and will remain in Winslow for two weeks. Julius Wetzler, of Holbrook, was in Winslow Saturday morn ing for a few hours before con ■ tinuing on his journey to Los Angeles. John LaZear shipped thirty five cars of young steers to dif ferent California points, these cattle bringing the highest price on the market. Nan Brown, teacher of' piano, and the Effie Ellis Perfield sys tem of Keyboard Harmony and Melody Building, will open her studio Sept. Ist. Mr. J. M. Russell, who has been confined to his bed fo v the past two weeks, is again able to be about and will soon open his cleaning and tailoring establish ment. Mrs. Julia Murphy, of Prescott, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Dadey, coming for the wed ding of Miss Irene. She * will spend a few more days before returning to her home in the mile high city. Mrs. V. C. Proctor and daugh ter, Evelyn, left Tuesday morn ing for California, where she will be joined by her oldest daughter Miss May, who has been spending the summer with relatives in Los Augeles. Mr. George Babbitt, of Flag staff, accompanied by his neph ew, Ed Babbitt, jr, motored through Winslow Tuesday on their way to the White Moun tains, where they will spend a few weeks enjoying the excel lent fishing afforded by those mountains. The Indian Traders from the first Mesa north of Winslow are getting right along with the times. Two of them came to Winslow the first of the week, purchasing an up to date range, a brass bed, dressing table, and several chairs from the Winslow Furniture Company. Mojave county is going to submit another SIOO,OOO bond proposition for good roads to the voters. This is the second issue made by the county, which would indicate that her people are realizing the benefits of the good roads propaganda. Coconino county has got the fever now and the voters will ask the board of supervisors to submit a $300,000 bond issue. Navajo county should wake up and keep pace with its neighbors. Mrs. Laura Hart, of San Antonia, Texas, deputy supreme commander of the Woman’s Benefit Association of the Macca bees, was guest of honor at a large meeting and initiation which was held by Arizona Re view No. 10, the afternoon of the 13th. After the meeting the members attended a delicious six o’clock dinner at the Harvey House. In the evening a public meeting was held, a large num ber attending. Whist was the entertainment for the evening, and the first prize was won by Mrs. D. Hebbin, second prize to Mrs. Keirnan, and the consola tion to Mrs. Russell. Mrs. Hart gave a very interesting address on the aims, benefits and finan cial standing of the order. At the conclusion she was presented with a silver card case as a re membrance of her visit to Win low. Mrs. Hart left Saturday morning for Williams, where she will organize a Maccabee lodge. Have you subscribed for the Winslow Mail? Do it now. Murdered in cold blood—Bab bitt’s cut-price shoe sale Satur day, Aug. 21st. Wanted—Two building lots, North side track. Address “A” care of Winslow Mail. All kinds of live and dressed poultry, fish, fruits and vegeta bles at the City Meat Market. We make a specialty of good things to eat and our stock is always fresh. City Meat Market. Be kind to your feet—get a pair of cut-price shoes at Babbitt’s for $1.50 Saturday Aug. 21st. J. E. Walker, of Holbrook, spent Sunday and Monday of last week in Winslow on busi ness. For Sale Cheap—A two room frame house to be removed from site. Also the furniture. In quire Mail office. Slashed with a razor-edged knife the price of women’s first grade shoes at Babbitt’s Saturday Aug. 21st. A charming flower cut down in the bloom of its radiance Utz & Dunn ladies shoes for $1.50 at Babbitt Saturday, Aug. 21st. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Magill and Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Barton will return Sunday from a four week’s vacation spent in Los Angeles and other California points. Mrs. Clara Foster has return ed from her” vacation, but will not open her house for her boarders until Sept. Ist. owing to the illness of her daughter. Miss Jessie Butner and Miss M’dell and Leorena Shipley will leave Saturday evening for Lake Mary, where they will spend the week-end with the young ladies already there. Mrs. A. J. Ratelle and son Eugene, will leave Sunday morn ing for Des Moines, lowa. Mrs. Ratelle was been spending the summer with her mother and father Mr. and Mrs. William Daze. August Johnson, section fure man at Flagstaff, fell from the top of a stock car, a few days ago, cutting a gash in the back of his head and injuring his back. He was taken to the Santa Fe hospital at Los Angeles for treatment. The city council, sitting as a a board of equalization, held sessions last Tuesday and Wed nesday evening, but working two nights steady this hot weather was too strenuous, so they ad journed to meet again Friday evening, Aug. 24th, when they will finish their job. Public Auction. Notice is hereby given that the town of Winslow will sell at auctioftin front of the Town Hall in the Town of Winslow, on the 28th day of August 1915 at 3 o’clock p. m. the following pro perty: 1 Horse 1 Wagon 1 set single harness. This property is to be sold to the highest bidder on the above mentioned date. By Order of the Council. W. J. Crozer, Town Clerk. •Advertised letter list for week ending Aug. 20-1915. AMERICANS. Jno. P. Alexander. Lew Bowman. Edith Channel. Earl Conway. E. R. Hadstate (5) V. B. Johnson, "Vr : Mrs. Florence Kunkel. J. C. Layman. - J. Lann (2) Mrs. Lon McLean. Bud Meeker. - . Jesse H. Rogers. Frank Robinson. Frank Wright'. -a- ' ; MEXICANS. Jose Estrada. Antonio Grellago. Lusiano Lucero. Santiago Lucero. Luois Molina. Federico Santillano. Macimino Sanchez. Lus Veserra. Electric Theatre. PARAMOUNT PICTURES SUNDAY, Aug. 22. Greatest Railroad Stors Ev er Produced. RULE “G” Film Adrptation of Rufus Steele’s Story, KEEPING JOHN BARLEYCORN OFF THE TRAIN. A VITAL DRAMA OF ESPECIAL INTEREST TO RAILROAD MEN. WmSIOW FURNITURE CO Rugs Our Rug Assort ment is Unstrpassed in Northern Arizona. Beds A New Line of Fifty Designs to Pick From. COME IN AND LET US FIGURE WITH YOU. Furniture on Installment Plan Liberal Discounts or Cash. Kiddoo Garage. WINSLOW , ARIZ. “Overland” Cars. Model “83” 35 H. P. 33x4 Tires. High Tension Magneto. 106 in. Wheel Base. Price SB6O Delivered. Model “86” 45 IT. P. Continental Motor. 7 Passenger. .35x4 1-2 Tires. High Tension Magneto 125 Weeel Base. PRICE $1285 DELIVERED. We have New Fresh Cars of MODEL “83” on our floor —Just unloaned from freight cars, and not battle scarred from having been driven all over A.izona. COME IN AND SEE THEM. The Winslow Feed and Sales Stables Chas. Daze, Proprietor General Livery and Transfer Bussiness Grain, Hay and Coal Wednesday, Aug. 25. Wallace Eddinger in a picturization' of the Great Comedy Hit A GENTLEMAN OF LEISURE. An amazing Comedy Deal ing with the Romance and Adventure OF A YOUNG MAN WHO COMMITS A BURG LARY ON A BET. Model “84” 40 H. P. Knight Tires, 34x4 High Tension Magneto. 114 in. Wheel Base. Price $ 1 220 Delivered THE PIONEER CARPENTER SHOP Established 1595. Phone 137 General Contractors and Jobbers Dealers in lumber and builders supplies Screens, Screen doors and glass. LOWEST PRICES WORK GUARANTEED P A Ward, Mgr. PHOTOS Strictly high photographic work at reasonable prices. Kodak developing and finishing Work guaranteed to be absolutly permanent Murphy’s Photo Studio H I REAL ESTATE r or »ale M INSURANCE AND HOUSES FOR RENT HOUSES AND B M PROPERTIES ■ FORs r a e l n e t and A AvClll 5. ROOM HOUSE with bath and Electric lights, all inodew improve ments Elm. Street. FOR RENT-2 room house and kitchen, 616 Apache Ave. HOUSES FOR RENT - Lots for Sale in Mahoney and Campbell addition on installment plau terms reasonable. Other Properties for sale and rent. Enquire of J. F. MAHONEY. Once you taste our ice cream and soda you will regret that you have not be fore visited our cooling fount. Our cooling drinks and ices are “pure food’’ too - We use pure syrup, pure cream, pure flavorings. THE KELLY DRUG CO.