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WORLD’S WnSTITUT°oH - FOROUR eel, IkPhß®®? "H organization 371DEPARTMENTSTORES PRICES i — ■ - - —— ( V SATISFACTION GUARANTEED / J It makes the room so pretty and cheerful! L ' * ! OF course it does! The rich, warm clean and low in cost. You can lay them colorings and refreshing patterns yourself—they lie flat on the floor of Gold-Seal Congoleum Art-Rugs will without fastening of any kind, make any room more pleasant. At all times you will find a complete The beautiful tones of this ideal floor- collection of the newest Congoleum covering harmonize charmingly with patterns at this store, furniture and draperies. You will be amazed to find how beautiful these rugs 9x12 - - $15.95 really are. There ore patterns for any 9xlo 1-2 - - 13.45 room in your home. 9 1-2x9 - - 9.80 6x9 - - - 7.95 And besides being handsome, these 3x3 -98 c : rugs are sanitary, waterproof, easy to 11-2x3 - - -49 c NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Charles E. Bisbee de ceased. Notice is hereby given by the un-. dersigned Administratrix of the Estate of Charles E. Bisbee deceased, to the | creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four, months after the first publication of this notice to the said Administratrix at Law Of fice of W. E. Ferguson, Holbrook, Ari zona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Navajo State of Arizona. LOTTIE E. BISBEE, Administratrix of Estate of Charles ! E. Bisbee deceased. By W. E. Ferguson, her Attorney. Dated this 27th day of December 1922. First Pub. March 2. Last Pub. March 23. i Rolls and Buns | t The best of everything in Baked Goods | $ is here m a plentiful assortment—a collection ? T 1 4* J that affords the housewife a chance to get t | away from home baking. J | IDEAL BAKERY ! J ’Phone 54 Afternoon Delivery, i I ' ' solld in full pound packages Bfi fairprice ' H toils! IB a Write for 64-page Cook Book JM A Rum ford Chemical Works r 0 W East st ‘ ./ IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE ! STATE OF ARIZONA, IN AND FOR j THE COUNTY OF NAVAJO. €. Z. LLOYD, * Plaintiff vs. C. E. LLOYD, Defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Navajo, and the Com plaint filed in said County of Na vajo, in the office of the Clerk of | said Superior Court. In the Name of the State of Arizona, to C. E. LLOYD Defendant, Greeting: You are Hereby Summoned and re quired to appear in an action brought against you by the above-named Plaintiff, in the Superior Court of the I State of Arizona, in and for the Coun ty of Navajo, and answer the Com plaint therein filed with the Clerk' of this said Court, at Holbrook, in said , County, within twenty days after the I service upon you of this Summons, if j served in this County, or in all other i cases within thirty days thereafter, ! j the times above mentioned being ex- I elusive of the day of service, or judg ! ment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and die Seal of the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of! Navajo, this 28th day of February, i 1923. LLOYD C. HENNING, [ Clerk of said Superior Court By Olive Clarke, Deputy Clerk. First Pub. March 2. Last Pub. March 23. o NOTICE OF SALE State of Arizona, ) ) ss County of Navajo, ) Now comes J- A. Greaves, surviving partner of GREAVES & DYE and doing business under the firm name of Greaves & Dye, and hereby give j notice of his intention to sell, assign j I and deliver the whole of their stock ! I in trade, furniture and fixtures to J. ! A. Greaves, that said sale, assignment ! and delivery will take place on March ; 16th 1923, and that this notice will be ! recorded, advertised in the WINSLOW | MAIL three times and in three issues | of said newspaper, and a copy of the i Notice will be posted on a conspi | cious place on the premises in which j are located the goods, furniture and , fixtures which are to be sold to J. A. | Greaves. ? This Notice of Sale is being made by me upon an Order from the Sup j erior Court of Navajo County, Arizona ! said order being 'dated March Ist, 1923, by reason the fact that my co partner T. E. Dve is now deceased. J. A. GREAVES. This instrument was acknowledged before me this Ist day of March A. D. 1923 by J. A. Greaves, surviving part ner of GREAVES & DYE and doing business under the firm name of GREAVES & DYE. J. L. Sweeney, Notary Public. | My Commission expires Jan. 26th, 1924 c HIGH SCHOOL ROBBED Friday night Feb. 23rd some one broke into High School and stole a lot of carpenter tools. The same thing happened 2 years ! ago and I got the parties. If these articles are not returned 1 within a week arrests will be made j and giulty parties prosecuted. ED. GARDNER. Constable. CWDjCTOR’S & BRAKEMAN'S UNIFORM PANTS. READY TO WEAR For Sale By “BILL” O’HARA ! if they don’t wear you get an other Pair. THE WINSLOW MAIL. I BAPTIST CHI RCH Rev. T. E. ELGIN’, Pastor. Services for Sunday Mar. 4th. Sunday School 9:45 A. M. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ! B. Y. P. U. 6:30 P. M. ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. G. V. HARRIS, Vicar Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Sunday Evening service 7:45 p. m. I Lenten Service on Thursdays 5:10 pan. I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Every Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Maccabee Hall. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH Rev. Ed Albouv, Pastor. Sundays. First Mass with sermon in Spanish at 8:30 a. m. Second Mass, with Sermon in En glish at 10:00 a. m. Evening Services at 7:30 p. m. Week Days: Mass every morning Tuesday excepted, at 8:00 a. m. Catechism Class every Saturday at 10:00 a. m. M. E. CHURCH SERVICE Rev. O. L. Enyeart, Pastor. 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship. Special Music by Choir. 6:30 p. m. Epworth League. 7:30- p. m. Evening Sermon A friendly welcome at the Church of the Friendly Hand. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. W. L. Martin, Pastor. Bible School 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening. Mid-week service Thursday evening. The pastor will preach at both ser vices on Sunday. The morning sub ject will be: “What Are You Doing With Your Talent?” The evening theme w'ill be: “Healing of the Body j ai<d Soul.” There will be special music at both i services. A cordial welcome to all the ser vices of the day. j CARD OF THANKS | We desire to thank the people of Winslow for the kindnesses shown us ! in the death of our little daughter. I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Burns. ! CertawJeedShingles ■■ | 1 i ■ mmmm——mr The storm is coming, but your roof protects you from the drenching deluge^ Neither rain nor snow nor baking \ HALL LUMBER COMPANY distributors" LOCAL DEALERS W. H. Dagg Merc. Co. Winslow Planing Mill ! RESOLUTION PASSED BY THE OKLA. LEGISLATURE Honorable Warren G. Harding, President of the United States. WHEREAS, on July 1, 1922, about j 400,000 Railway Shopmen went on I strike in the United States, which i vitally affected and stagnated the ! commerce of the United States, and j SVHEREAS, on July 31, 1922, you ! offered your good offices as mediator jto end the industrial dispute between the Shopmen and the Railroad Man j agements, offering terms of settle -1 ment which you stated you considered I fair and just and also stating at the time to the officers of the Federated , Shop Crafts that if they would accept same and the Railroad Managers should refuse, that you would carry ; your position to the American peo ple. and WHEREAS, the officers of the Fed i erated Shop Crafts did comply with I your wishes and accepted your terms ! 'rWvvv-ri-Tvr-M '-rvrvv !- !• v’FrH* If HEALING OF THE BODY f if AND SOUL ! i T 4 !? Will Be The Subject $ It At 4 * THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH J t Sunday Night 4 it SOME QUESTION TO BE I X CONSIDERED 4 How does Dr. Coue, the Fren- 4 t chman, accomplish his so-call- *r 4- ed cures? . t What is the benefit, if any, 4 I of the formula: “Day by day, ,4- in every way, I am getting bet- 4 £ ter and better?” -5- What difference is there be- a tween Dr. Coue’s method of 4 4 healing and that of Christian 1 j Sciences, Mrs. McPherson, and *j j 4 other so-called healers? *j i 4 Should we expect such mira- 3 I cles of healing today as those 4 IX performed by Christ and his d 4 apostles? 3 * Should we depend upon doc- 4 4I tors or only upon God for heal- 3 f ing of the body, or should we 4 ; T depend upon both? *i ; 4 Special Music—A Cordial Welcome 4 ■ *f -| 1 f CARD OF THANKS -! We desire to express to our friends ! the Rebeccas and Odd Fellow's, oui i sincere appreciation of their man) | acts of kindness during the illness f j and death of our beloved Uncle T. A 3 Hulen. Mrs, Meyerhoffer, Mrs. Barsalioux. j of settlement, and the Railroad Man i agements refused to accept same, j thereby causing a continuation of the strike which was at that time, and is now, vitally effecting "practically every industry in these United States, and WHEREAS, it is now well into the | eighth month since this industrial dis pute arose, and only about one-half of : the trunk line railroads of the United 1 States have settled with their Shop -1 men, with very little if any improve * ment in transportation service on | roads that have not settled, and 1 which has to a great extent, handi ’ capped the shippers in the various 1 industries in obtaining sufficient cars - on such roads that have not settled - with their former Shopmen, thereby 1 causing great losses of fruit and agri- J cultural products, and hampering and 1 annoying every shipper. There is t very little if any improvement in the 3 transportation service of this nation i today, and to further defer the repair - - ing of mechanical equipment on the railroads is going to result in a more - desastrous effect on industrial j.nd i agricultural prosperity in the coming s harvesting season, and will have an - appalling effect on the people of this nation unless immediate correction is £ made and the situation relieved. And £ by reason of the above-mentioned 9 facts this industrial dispute has be £ come a public concern. 4 THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, 'r That in behalf of the public, and the £ various industries of this great nation I- and in behalf of the peace and pros 'll perity of all the people, including the £ thovisands of skilled mechanics who ■f are now* out of employment (locked £ out by the railroads for reasons best }. known to them), and the inability of f the industries to expand and function £ and meet the great needs of the peo- J* pie as long as this industrial dispute £ continues, w'e urgently request that u you again use your good offices to > bring about a settlement of this in £ dustrial struggle, and f ■ BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that t a copy of this resolution be furnished £ to each United States Senator and f Congressman .from this State. t o f PHOENIX ROTARY CLUB £| * OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY j* The Phoenix Rotary Club invited T the Glendale and Mesa Rotary Clubs I. to join with them in observing the f Rotary anniversary last Friday even ts ing. They met at the Hotel Adams f> and after a sumptuous lunch enjoyed f a program of music and speeches. £ Walter Hastings Olney, Phoenix Ro r tarian, sang two numbers. Addres ’** I ses were made by Mu I ford Winsor, j president of the State Senate. Justice ; Henry D. Ross, of the Arizona Sup s, reme Court, and Jack Raymond of ir the Mesa Rotary club. At the con y elusion of the addresses. Mrs. Donald is Gilchrist, as “The Spirit of Rotary” !. presented a. tableau in which tiie flags of all the countries to which j Rotary has spread were used. It ; was an impressive sight.