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The Winslow mail. (Winslow, Ariz.) 1893-1926, October 03, 1919, Image 4

Image and text provided by Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records; Phoenix, AZ

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| Winslow Will Be Cut Off the
I National Highway! I
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I This will be a fact unless you get busy and help. There has been a vigorous 1
campaign to change the present highway and it will be a success unless stopped by the citizens.
Paving will.be complete from the east end of town to beyond the roundhouse I
by spring—provided you do your part. I
You have a chance for a well irrigated homestead when the 50.000 acre Winslow reclamation pro- §
ject goes through, which it will if just a bit of your support is added to the good work already |
done. ' - 1
Whether you work at the roundhouse, on the road, in a store, or own a car or a home, all of these
things are of vital importance to you and are given attention by your Chamber of Commerce. J|
I Join Now —Be Alive to Your Own
' Best Interests |
Leave $5.00 for initiation fee and $3.00 in dues at your Grocers, Bakers, Bankers or Druggists and ji
a receipt will be mailed by the secretary.
This Space Cheerfully Donated to the I
| Winslow Chamber of Commerce J 1
[ ' ' By. • I
LJ. C. Penney Company The Bank of Winslow H. H. Wingfield
Neithammer’s Chas Cahn Old Trails Garage J1
Winslow Feed & Sales Stables Richardson Bros. Babbitt Bros. Trading Co.
City Fuel and Transfer Co. Winslow Cash Market “Bill” O’Hara
Arizona State Bank Goldman’s Chas. E. Siegmund and Son g

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