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Co. M, 158th Infantry,
Camp Kearney, Calif., May la, 1918. Editor Winslow Mail: No doubt the citizens in Win- Blow are wondering what has be come of their representatives in Uncle Sam’s army; so a few of us at Camp Kearney here will make an attempt to show that they are still alive and enjoying all the pleasures that they can get out of army life. Yesterday we put in a very good day, in fact our work was of such a class that we cannot but take this opportunity of tell ing the citizens of Winslow what we hav,e accomplished and w r e know of no better way than writing through our home press. Our company, composed chiefly of Winslow men, won the regi mental track meet, having in competition fifteen other com panies of the regiment. Events participated in were the one-half mile race, baseball relay, one thousand-yard dash, wall scaling contest, equipment race, tug of war, shoe race, grenade throw ing contest, tent pitching and other minor events. Men who won most of the honors in our notable victory and which is the talked-of thing in the camp to day are well-known to the people of Winslow. They are Loren A. Rofinot, Leonard E. Fenton, John W. Adair, Carl B. Johnson, Walter E Brayman, Fred Focht, Submarine Drumm, M. F. Jane way and F. J. Fischer. Focht won the meat cutting contest, while Drumm won the wind jamming contest. Our company has one of the best records on the range and also tops with the best in bayonet fighting. During all our contests we were boosted along by our Brigadier General Alexander M. Tuthill. During the day our old friend William Daze, Sr., visited us. We were all extremely glad to see him and to show our appreciation at his visiting us, we arranged with our Mess Sergeant Fred Focht to throw into him one of our good old-styled army feeds. He appeared to be a bit nervous at having so many soldiers around him but we think that he will live through the terrible ordeal all right. This is merely to let you know that we are still alive. Our best wishes to everybody. Sincerely, Sergt. Francis J. Fischer, Co. M, 158th Inf. Camp Kearney, Cal. St. Paul’s Church. Sunday, May 26th, Sunday school at 10 a.m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Evening service at Bp. m. All are cor dially invited to these services. St. Martha’s guild will hold a baking sale Saturday, June Bth. St. Martha’s guild will meet at the home of Mrs. N. S. Bly next Friday afternon, May 31st. An eatless social afternoon. There will be no meeting on Wednesday, May 29th, the usual meeting day. Catholic Church. Trinity Sunday services at the St. Joseph’s as follows:Firstmass with sermon in Spanish at 8:00 a. m. Second mass with sermon in English at 9:30 a. m. Even ing service at 7:30 p. m. At 11 a. m. Sunday school. On week days mass is read at 7:30 a. m. Rev. Ed. Albouy, Pastor. “Our Little Wife,’’ the new Goldwyn Picture starring Madge Kennedy, which is to be seen at the Opera House Wednesday and Thursday, is described as one of the most “intimate” plays ever shown on the screen. Motion picture directors will tell you that there is no better way of getting the audience acquainted with characters in a play than by presenting the characters close to the camera against back grounds that show them in high relief. The Goldwyn produc tion of “Our Little Wife” has this characteristic to a marked degree. The figures are as large as the dimensions of the screen will permit; there are many close-uos, and the scenes are mostly interiors of the most in- j timate kind. Notice to Voters. The following have been ap pointed as Registration Officers in the town of Winslow: PRECINCT NO. 1. South of the center of Aspin wall street, and east of the center of Kinsley avenue, including Harvey House and residences on south side of Railroad Track. F. H. Murphy and Don W. Sanford, registrars. PRECINCT NO. 2. South of the center of Fourth street, and west of the center of Kinsley avenue. Mrs. Frona A. Parr, registrar. PRECINCT NO. 3. North of a line beginning at the west end of Fourth street, and running east to the center of Kinsley avenue thence north to the center of Aspinwall street, and then east to the east end of Aspinwall street. J. F. Mahoney, registrar. Electors should register before the officer in the precinct in which they reside, or before the Justice of the Peace, between May 6th and August 31st, and September 17th and October 26th. Pauline Woods, County Recorder. lodfc ior ’lhisjlGS United States Tires The Real Meaning of Tire-buying Economy * Chain Tread * Your car must give greater service this year than ever before. It speeds up your work—increases your working power. The highest car economy lies in utmost service. The most economical tires are those which will give you greatest use of your car. That’s just what United States Tires will do for you. You can depend on them for continuous service, —most mileage at lowest mileage cost. Equip with United States Tires. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer will be glad to assist you in selection. ® United States Tubes and Tire Accessories Have All the Sterling Worth and Wear that Make United States Tires Sup remt . ... ~ ‘Royal Kill. 'CW.* CM * 'n.' Fresh fish can be had every Friday at the Winslow' Market. For sale, a white enameled wicker baby buggy. Inquire at E. H. Black’s jewelry store. To be sure to get prime meats do your trading at the Winslow Market. We handle no other kind. Advertisement. Sealed proposals will be re ceived at the office of the Navajo County Highway Commission, Holbrook, Arizona, until 12 o’clock noon on the 3d day of June, 1918, for the improving of the crossing of the Little Carrizo wash of the Holbrook-Adamana Road. The work will consist of the following: 1590 lineal feet of piling, 30,800 F. B. M. of lumber, 1500 cu. yd. earth excavation, 250 cu. yd. gravel surfacing. Plans may seen at the office of the Highway Engineer, Holbrook, Ariz., and specifications w 7 ill be furnished to prospective bidders on deposit of $2, which will be refunded upon receipt of a bona fide proposal or the return of the specifications in good condition on or before noon June 3, 1918. W. E. Ferguson, Secretary, Navajo County Highw ? ay Commission. Electric Theatre Saturday Matinee 2p. m. sc—lsc. ; ‘The Lamin’ of Jim Benton.’ Comedy, “When War Meant 1 Peace 1 ” Sunday Matinee 2p. m. sc—lsc. Wm. S. Hart in “The Mad Lover.” Nestor Comedy. Monday High School Junior Prom. Tuesday “Because of a Woman.” Comedy, “His Bad Policy.” Wednesday “The Maid of Belgium.” Starring Alice Brady. Thursday “Cupid’s Round-up.” Fox Feature. The Gift Shop for Navajo County. Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches and Cut Glass. Mail orders given our best attention. Santa Fe Official Watch In spector. E. H. Black, The Jeweler, Buy Thrift Stamps. Let us help you to be thrifty. Select your Panama hats, silk shirts, outing suits, traveling bags and other vacation needs from our high-grade lines. Kuppenheimer Clothing and Ed. V. Price & Co. Tailored-to-Measure Clothing. A. R. Goldman. “The Store for Men.** | The House of Quality. AH of the Best. Opera House I Friday 1 Catherine Calvert and I Frank Mills, in I “House of Cards.” II A photoplay with a message for every woman COMEDY I “IS. MADAM MM." 1 Monday and Tuesday IWH. S. HART ■ “THE SILENT HAH” | 2-Reel Billy West Comedy, “Fly Cop.” j Sunday Lina Cavalieri, in I THE ETERNAL TEMPTRESS. Matinee 2:30 p. m. I Travelogue. Pictograph. Place Your Magazine Subscriptions He pays rent. Like yourself and your He pays taxes. neighbors he assists in He buys food. building up YOUR He buys clothes. OWN TOWN. Patronize T. Niethammer; his prices are no higher. His service is better. He is here to stay. That traveling subscription agent spends mighty little in THIS TOWN, but takes good money and off he goes. You cannot be sure, even, if he was an authorized agent. The more enticing his BABGAINS the more likely you are to be STUNG. Most people like to buy what they want when they want it Think It 0\ r er. Winslow News Store. T. Niethammer. Lad The Bank of Winslow. True economy consists of buying dependable merchandise at the lowest price consistent with present conditions. Saturday The annual high school play, , “A PAIR of SIXES” Admission Free. WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY. MADGE KENNEDY,o„, Sennett Comedy, Louise Fazenza in “Athletic Girls.” | Special music by Opera House Orches -1 tra at all performances.