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Through the courtesy of the Paci
fic Division of the American Red Cross, Miss Luella M. Erion, R. N., Field Supervisor of Red Cross Pub lic Health Nursing Service in the State of Arizona, has been permitted to spend a month in Winslow in the interests of public health education. Miss Erion has been teaching two classes daily, .in Horn# Hygiene and Care of the Sick, one in the Junior High school and one in the High school proper. A course in Home Nursing is required by the Smith- Hughes law, which grants federal funds for certain classes in Home Management, and in many places in t'he state the Red Cross nurse is teaching the required lessons. Some of the girls in these classes will give some demonstrations of home nurs ing procedures at the Parent-teach ers association which meets at the Washington school auditorium on next Wednesday, February 16th. Winslow should have a public health nurse for the entire year, and it is hoped that we may find a satisfactory candidate for the position before school opens next fall. About 50,000 Doyoy know * you can roll 50 Mood cigarettes for lOcts from one bag of “BullDijrhah TOBACCO (fP M— mmmammmmmumammm — —i iiw usvaam l g ~ RE-CREATION by S the New Edison O B were thus directly compared. The * * MjSl human ear could detect no difference o ttrM MMM B Ur between living voices and RE-CRE- <► Mr B Mr B S ij ATED voices. It was both the test £/ <o^4 and the proof. And ’the proof marked <► / a new epoch in music. tlu-s NEW EDISON 1 | The Phonograph with a Soul ij I It is an exact duplicate of the Official Laboratory Model, which \\ t made music-history in Winslow. This instrument has been cer- <> t tilled by Messrs. Collins and Harlan themselves. ]\ y TV> you hope to own a phonograph duplicates of the epoch-making In- <► X as wonderful as the Official La- strumeut, which triumphed) in the boratory Model, which enthralled an test. They will sustain the very o audience of Winslow musical same test,, Messrs. Collins and Har- <► lovers at School Auditorium? Do you lan in order to assure you of Ijhis, o <► want your home to enjoy this new art hare signed Certificates of Authen o of music RE-CREATED, with which tlcity which will be presented to the o Mr. Edison has amazed and delighted purchasers of these instruments. o o the whole world? Only a few of these certified Official * [ ' o We have a few Official Laboratory Laboratory 3sodels left You would o 'll Models in our store. They are /fcacij better come in today. a y • *> Through our Budget Plan of Payment, you can feel free to order an Offi a cial Laboratory Model now, —and pay for it at your own convenience. < ► # * * ° * - o INiethammer’sj - public health nurses are needed in I the United States and about 12,000 , have been especially trained for the - work, which explains why Winslow’s J public health nursing service was 1 given up when Miss Erion left us : after fifteen months of hard work in . connection with the schools. There i are thirty-two public health nurses l in the state of Arizona, sixteen of them being in services where their salaries are paid wholly or in part by Red Cross chapter funds. Most of the oAer public health nurses are enrolled in the American Red Cross, since for : Red Cross enrollment exclude all not trained in accredited schools and re i gistered in some state where regis i tration of nurses is required. When Miss Erion came to Arizona two years • ago this month, there were in the ! state of Arizona not more than five public health nurses. The movement , for health education and public health nursing grows rapidly in Ari , zona as veil as elsewhere. Miss Erion expresses herself as being i highly gratified at the results of her teaching during her residence here and .says that Winslow school chil dren show plainly by their physique. nd by the correction of physical de fects, that the new gymnasium and he care of their parents and teach ers are not barren of splendid re sults. Mo child should do his school work under any physical handicap which can be removed, and as health education progresses remediable de fects, such as bad teeth, chronic sore eyes and throats, defective vi sion, etc., will tend to disappear from the schools of all enlightened communities, such as Winslow. o TIME FOR PAYING GRAZING FEES EXTENDED Secretary Meredith has approved a recommendation made by the Chief * of the Forest Service, Uuited States Department of Agriculture, that the stockmen using the national forest "anges be given the option of paying the usual fees at the usual time, or slightly higher fees not later than August 1. Under this arrangement the maximum increase payable by* permittees whose grazing seasons begin in February and who take ad vantage of the full time permitted will not exceed 6 per cent, or at the t rate of 1 per • cent for each month * of postponement. The livestock Industry isi facing 5 unusual difficulties and the new ar > rangement merely represents an ad | justment under which the stockmen ' who are unable to pay their fees at = the regular time can obtain a post ’ ponement in consideration of a - reasonable increase in fees. o • Nurses who are citizens of either ‘ the United States or one of the al lied countries can take the Civil Ser vice examination for employment in the United Public Health Service Hospitals, according to a recent rul ; ing of the Bureau of Public Health ’ Service, Washington, D. C. Up to ' the present time all nurses *in these hospitals were required to be Ameri ' can citizens. This announcement has been re ceived by Miss Lillian L. White, Di . rector of the Department of Nursing ; at Pacific Division Headquarters of , '.he American Red Cross. According to Miss White, rturses are still need ed in the U. S. Public Health Service | Hospitals, which are developing rapidly in the Pacific Division. The Navy is also asking for nurses. Red Cross nurses may be assigned to the Navy as Reserve Nurses for one year or they may definitely join the Navy Nurse Corps for a period of three years. Duing the past 'year, 186 nurses have been trausferred from other divisions to the Pacific Division. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, February 2, 1921. NOTICE is hereby given that John Edwards, of Winslow, Arizona, who, * on March 8, 1916, made Homestead , Entry, No. 029676, for S%. Section 14, Township 15 N., Range 14 E., G. 1 & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed no tice of his intention to make Three ; Year Proof, to establish «jlaim to the . land above described, before Thor wald Larson, U. S. Commissioner, at 1 Holbrook, Arizona, on the 7th day of : March, 1921. * Claimant names as witnesses: John Plaught, Earl B. Edwards, Ru fus C. Cresswell, Jr., William H. Dagg, all of Winslow, Arizona. CHAS. E. MARSHALL, ! 50t5 Register. NOTICE TO MOTORISTS All motorists must have their 1921 license plates fixed on their cars. The State law provides a penalty for driving or owning a motor car with out such license plates. This law will be enforced. ENOCH WILSON, 51t2 * Deputy Sheriff. notice to Creditors Estate of J. F. Mahoney, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed Mrs. Julia Mahoney of the Ad ministratrix of the Estate of the said deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of thi3 notice to the said Administra trix at Winslow, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Navajo, State of Arizona. MRS. JULIA MAHONEY, Administratrix of Estate of J. F Mahoney, deceased. Dated this Bth day of January, 1921. 4t-49 STATE OF ARIZONA Office of the ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS SION United States of America, State of Arizona, SS. The Arizona Corporation Commis* sion does hereby certify that the an nexed is a true and complete tranß 1 script of the ARTICLES OF INCOR PORATION OF WINSLOW UNION BANK & TRUST COMPANY wMfi£& were filed in the office of said Arizona Corporation Commission on the 2nd day of December A. D. 1920, at 10:00 a. m., as provided by law. In Testimony Whereof, The Arizona Corporation Commission, by its Chair man, has hereunto set its hand affixed its Official Seal. Done at the City of Phoenix, the Capitol, this 2nd day of December, 1920. ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION (SEAL) Amos A. Betts, Chairman. Attest: A. E. Stelzer, Secretary. . ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRE SENTS: That we the undersigned hereby mutually agree to unite and associate ourselves as a corporation under the laws of the State of Ari zona and for such purpose we here by make, execute and adopt the'fol lowing Articles of Incoropration: ARTICLE I. The name of this corporation sh i'l be the Winslow Union Bank & Trust Company. ARTICLE 11. ! The period of existence and dura tion es the life of this corporation shall be twenty-five years, beginning on the date of recording of a certified copy of these Articles of Incorporation with the County Recorder of Navajo County, State of Arizona. , ARTICLE 111. The principal office and place of business of this corporation shall be at Winslow, County of Navaajo, State of Arizona, and it may establish offices or branches at such other points with" in the State of Arizona as may from time to time be designated by the Board of Directors. ARTICLE IV. The general nature of the business proposed to be by this cor poration is, in and by its corporate name, to take, receive, hold, and re convey and dispose of any effects and property both real and personal which may he granted, committed, transfer red or conveyed to it with its consent, upon any terms or upon any trust orj trusts whatsoever, at any time orj times, by any person or persons, in-; eluding married women, minors, cor-i porations, associations or by any Court of Record. To administer, ful-; fill and discharge the duties of such’ trust or trusts for such remuneration; as may be agreed upon, to act gen-' erally as agents or attorneys for the transaction of business, the manage ment of estates, the collection ol rents, interest, dividends, mortgages bonds, bills, notes and securities for money; to act as agent 3 for the pur pose of issuing, negotiating, register ing, transferring or countersigning the certificates of stock, bonds, o other obligations of any corporation association or municipality and to manage any sinking fund therefor on such terms as may be agreed upon; to act as agent for fire insurance, life insurance, surety and other companies and generally to act as agent for any person or corporation in the trans action of any lawful business. To accept and execute the office of execytor, administrator, trustee, re ceiver or assignee or guardian of any minor, incompetent person, lunatic, or any person subject to guardian-ship, to loan money upon real estate and collateral security and to execute and issue its notes and debentures payable at a fututre date, and to pledge its mortgages on real estate and other securities therefor, to take and receive from any person or persons, associa tions or corporations on deposit for safe keeping and storage, gold and silver plate, jewelry, money, stocks, documents, securities and other val uable and personal property and to rent cut the use of safes and other receptacles upon such terms and for such c r pensation as may be agreed upon To becoide surety for adminis trators, guardians or other trustee or persons in cases where one or more securities are required. To examine titles, to make and certify abstracts of title, to guarantee or insure to grantees the validity o# titles in real estate transfers at a rate of compen sation and upon such terms as may be agreed upon. To lease, hold and convey all such lauds and personal estate as n ay be necessary to carry on its business as well as such real and personal estate as it may deem necessary to acquire to enforce set tlement of any claims or demands arising out of its business transac tions and to issue and execute in the transaction of its business all neces sary receipts, certificates and con tracts which shall be signed by such persons as may be designated by the by-laws of the corporation. To do any and all acts and things pertaining to or that may be connected with the purpose and objects above specified, or that may be necessary or conven ient or useful to the main purpose of the corporation in carrying on a gen eral banking business. ARTICLE V. The amount of authorized capital stock of this corporation is Fifty Thousand Dollars divided into Five Hundred shares of One Hundred Dol lars each, of which Two Hundred Fifty shares shall be paid in in cash, real estate fixtures or liquid securi ties approved by the Board of Direc tors, at not less than par value. The remaining Two Hundred Fifty shares remain as treasury stock and be issued only by the consent of two thirds of the stockholders of record, and when so issued shall be paid for in cash at not les than one hundred ten dollars per share, and when so is sued the stock of the corporation shalis be fully paid and non-assessable. ARTICLE VI. The management and control of Ste business and property of this corpora tion shall be vested in a Board of Di rectors Consisting of not less thaiffi three nor more than seven mamfcOT® who shall be elected from the stock holders of record at the annual meet ing which shall be held on the flnufc Saturday of January each year aisi>s said directors shall hold office until their successors are elected and quail® fy: any vacancy that may occur In fcfe® Board of Directors shall be filled by the remaining members of said Board from the stockholders of record, said Board of Directors shall have power to enact by-laws and make any and i all rules necessary for the conduct and management of the affairs of the corporation not inconsistent with the law or these Articles of Incorporation. ARTICLE VII. Th names and residence of the per sons who have been selected as offi cers and Board of Directors to manage the business and affairs of the Cor poration until the first annual stock holders meeting are as follows: J. H. FULLER, President and Direc tor, San Diego, Cal.; 0. B. SUTTON, Vice-President and Director, Phoenix, Ariz.; R. C. KAUFFAN, Cashier and Director. Winslow, Ariz.; J. B. HERN DON, Director, Albuquerque, N. M.; J. L. SWEENEY, Director, Winslow, Ariz.; J. H. GIBSOxN, Director, Win slow, Ariz. ARTICLE VIII. The greatest amount of indebtedness to which the corporation may subject itself shall not exceed an amount equal to two thirds of the capital stock actually issued and paid in. j ARTICLE IX. | The private property of the stock | holders of this corporation shall not be subject to the payment of the cor j porate debts in any amount or to any j extent whatever. ARTICLE X. | These articles may be changed, al • tered or amended at any authorized meeting of the stockholders by a vote of the stockholders representing a majority of the stock. ARTICLE XI. The name and place of residence of the Statutory Agent of this cor poration shall be R. C. Kaufman, Win slow, Navajo County, State of Arizona, who has been a bona fide resident of 3aid state for more than three years, and who, for and in behalf of said corporation, shall accept and ac knowledge service of and upon whom may be served all necessary processes in any action, suit or proceedings that may be had or brought against the corporation in any of the courtß of the State of Arizona, such service or processes or notice of the acceptance by said agent endorsed there on to have the same force and effect as if served upon the President or Secretary of said Corporation. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 17th day of November, 1920. J. 11. FULLER, (SEAL) O. B. SUTTON, (SEAL) • J. H. GIBSON, (SEAL) R. C. KAUFMAN, (SEAL) J. B. HERNDON, (SEAL) J. L. SWEENEY, (SEAL) State of Arizona, County of Maricopa, ss. The foregoing instrument was ao* ' knowledged by J. H. Fuller and O. B ■ Sutton before me this 17th day of No- I vember, 1920. S. J. KENYON, (Notarial seal) Notary Public. : My commission expires June 1, ! 1923. ’ State of Arizona, , County of Navajo, ss. The foregoing instrument was ac , knowledged by J. H. Gibson, R. C. [ Kaufman and J. L. Sweeney before me [ this 29 day of November, 1920. A. S. BRAYMAN, [ (Notarial seal) Notary Public. l My commission expires 3-25-24. ■ State of New Mexico, ! County of Bernalillo, ss. The foregoing instrument was ac ! knowledged by J. B. Herndon before me this 19 day of November, 1920. AUGUSTINE J. GIRARD, (Notarial seal) Notary Public. ' My commission expires May 29, 1922. , Filed in the office of the Arizona Commission thiß 2 day jof Dec. A. D. 1920 at 10:00 A. M. at I request of J. L. Sweeney, whose post office address is Winslow, Arizona. ARIZONA CORPORATION commission, By Amos A. Bett3, Chairman, [ ■ Filed and recorded at the request /of J. L. Sweeney, Dec. 13, 1920, at 9 , a. m. and duly recorded in Vol. 2 of Art. of Inc. on pages Nos. 159-62, Re j cords of Navajo County, Arizona. , MARGUERITE DRUMM, Recorder, By Editlf Gray, Deputy . (Seal) 47 l , J Prompt Service ; ACCURATE ‘ PRESCRIPTION WORK Dr. Oscar S. Brown, ; Santa Fe Hospital, Winslow SIDNEY SAPP !i» Attorney-at-Law * . Holbrook, Arizona j -, , 5 THORWALD LARSON r E Attorney and Counselor at Law \ • Holbrook, Arizona ! t| ! Navajo Lodge N0.27,1.0.0.F. , Meets every Monday night. Visiting l, others welcome. O. A. DANIELS H, J. FOLTS ■ Secretary Noble Grand TEMPLE CHAPTER No. 8 R, A. M. Meets every Second and Fourth ( Saturday. Visitiug brethern [ always welcome. D. P. llartigan, 11. P. R. C. Kaufman, Sec. C. H. J O R D A N I Attorney-aT-L/aw Holbrook, Arizona Sam Hayes SHOEMAKER Expert Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Corner First and Kinsley Avenne. — 1 WINSLOW UNDERTAKING CO. 200 East Second Street Day or Night Calls Answered We Sell Monuments. ; J. A. DEAN, Manager Phone 83 FIRST METHODIST l EPISCOPAL CHURCH Winslow and 3rd Street REV. C. L. YORK, Pastor , Residence 317 West 3rd Street G. C. BAZE-LL Attorney-at-Law Office In Winslow Mail Bailding Winslow, Arizona WINSLOW LODGE No. 536 B. P. O. E. Meets every Thursday at 8:00 p. m. at Elks’ Hall. A. S. Braymau, E. R. O. L. Gray, Secretary.