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We do not base our appeal for your pat ronage on mere size. The qualities of service which are re sponsible for our growth should in a large measure determin your selection of your banking home. Because we aim to render our service in a big way, with high ideals and broad vision, we ask for and believe that we merit your patronage. I UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY | nlllllllllllllllllllll ii 111111111111111 ii 111 m 1111111111111111111111 u 11111111111111111 m 1111 ei m n E ft The Gallup American Compa- E E w ts ny, have over 11 millions Alol- E E lars invested in the production =j of. GALI.UP AMERICAN LUMP E COAL. You can have a ton by =• calling the Carduff Transfer E PL 1" / lam Company. Phone 229. E nlBH? I CARDUFF TRANSFER I I ( COMPANY | 1 & Phone 220 100 W. Front St. 1 miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiuiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiT Man Zan } For Piles j A sure cure for piles of any | nature, soothing and easily ap- f plied, by a simple, convenient | and harmless method, the medi- g cine is thoroughly injected and * reaches the affected parts. f Sold on a money back | guarantee. | CENTRAL DRUG CO. f X Phone 181 ♦ : || jt It has been well said that “unless i | a man is firm with himself he is never | :If likely to become a member of the \ | firm.” Make it a fixed rule to deposit | \ II a certain sum weekly or monthly to ,nf, 1 M your credit with the Bank of Winslow. ]| k per cent Interest Paid on Savings V i;, The Bank of Winslowl Arizona I 111!! I >ll MU 111 ■, L!1 II 111 ITOITin Thicken Dinner, Hot biscuits south ern style, and all the trimmings at the Co-Op store building, west 2nd, Tuesday March 6, Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lane returned from California last week after hav ing spent several weeks in California on their honeymoon. ■ f r | |T f [ t . j,,,, ,'. . I I Mrs. Harry left for Los Angeles I Tuesday of this week for a two I months vacation. Mothers Bennett who has been ser- I iously ill for the past three months I is again able to be up and around. ! The Womans Club chicken supper I given on Washington Birthday at the I Maccabee Hall was quite a success. Mr. Bob Rose who has been on the I sick list for the past two weeks is up I and at em again. Miss Jessie Hitchcock was in Flag- I staff Wednesday attending the wedd- I ing of Miss Margaret Pearson. II I ; Mr. H. E. Dihvorth of the J. Or I; Pennl Co., store is confined to his II home with a c-as*e of flu. 11 If in doubt as to babies feeding, I try Alberty Food. Mrs. E. T. Thayer I agent. I j I j Mrs. C. E. Siegmund has been on I | the sick list for the past week with I the Flu. She is reported as very I much improved. The Ladies of the Baptist Church I will give a Chicken Dinner at the Co . Op store building on 2nd St. Tuesday March 61 li. Commencing at 5 p. m. I ■ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Searle returned : to Cooley after spending several : weeks visiting their parents, Mr. and ■ Mrs. E. R. Thornton. j Mr. Roy Williams who has been : seriously ill with rheumatism of the : heart for the past week is slightly : improved. : Roy Williams was quite sick tfie : first of the week with inflamatory i reumatism, but is reported to much ■ improved. : A cordial invitation is extended to : all to attend Mrs. Butlers millinery : opening, Monday March sth, 106 front ■ Street. : Word has been received that Mrs. : Evertt "Walcott under went an opera ■ tion at Fresno recently and is doing * nicely I Miss Dollie ( F>mon re urned from j Phoenix last week after taking Mr f Fei'd LaPrade to the Hospital at that point. I Miss Ruth Goldworthy, accompani ► ed by her Cousin Miss Bertha Golds ► worthy of Phoenix spent the week ► end with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Golds ► worthy. \ ► Mrs. P. Vanderpool, wife of brake * man Vanderpool, and little son left , on Thursday for Los Angeles where ► they will spend a month with home | folks. ► The County has purchased anew , drag for the roads around Winslow. ► This should bring about a big impro ► vement, in many of the roads near ► here that is if it is used often enough. I Mrs. W. F. Martens, of Kinsley Ave ► nue,. and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Howe, * of East Oak Street invited some , friends to listen *in with them on the ► Rotary radio program from Kansas 5 City last Friday evening. * • ► Get. on yonr shamrock and shine l yonr shoes,....The Big St. Patrick Day ► Ball comes off the 17tlu Four piece * Orchestra and everything. Auspices l The Altar Society. \ Mrs. M. D. Butler returned from ► the Sisters Hospital at Gallup on i ’ train seven Sunday. Mrs. Butler has j ’ been in the hospital for the past three j ► months, having undergone a very ser- I ’ ions operation while there. ► i ► Mrs Josephine Ortega, of the J. C. \ * Penny Co., was called to Holbrook » the last of the week on account of the t ( illness of her father who died before | she arrived. Burial services were: - held on Monday. It is urgently requested that the J members of the choral club of the Woman' Club, attend the meeting next Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Machen. A Faust program will be given in April and practice on it should he taken ud in real earnest, i Mrs. J. C. Brown, and little daugh- j ters, left Monday night for San Ber-j nardino, California where they will j Join Mr. Brown and make their fut-! ure home. Their San Bernardino ad dress will be 1246 King St. Mr. A. J. Meidrotb, resident man ager of the Warren Bros. Co., in Ari- I zona, was in the city the first of the j week looking after the interests of 1 his company. He attended the mass ■ meeting on Monday night and ex- i plained the cost of the paving. He was accompanied by his wife and daughter. Colonel Conway, of the Phoenix- Tempe Stone Co., was in the city the first of the week in the interest of the paving proposition. He attended ! the mass meeting on Monday evening i and gave the citizens some valuable information on the subject of paving. Little Virginia Franklin, duaghter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Franklin, of i Kinsley Avenue, underwent an opera tion for the removal of her tonMls, Saturday morning. Dr. Hathaway j performed the operation, and the lit tlq patient who has been ill for some time, is getting along fine and will no doubt soon be well again. Mr. and Mrs J. M. Murphy ofR ead ding, California, sister and brother in-law- of Mrs. E. J. Marty, were in the city Friday of last week on their [ way to Indian Weis where they will take charge of the trading post of Mr. Marty. They went on to Indian j Wells Saturday. THE WINSLOW MAIL. Miss Myrtle is reported very j much improved. Mrs. B. H. Sparks, spent the week ■ i end in Seligman with her husband. | V"' R C Cresswell spent ihe work * ■ end in Gallup visiting her daughter ] j Mr. E. E. Jones made a business trip ] | to Seligman last Saturday. ! County Engineer G. T. West was \ -a business visitor in Winslow last < ! Friday. I - ; Mrs. E. O. Brininstool was in Flag- • I staff Wednesday atteding the wedding ' of Miss Markaret Pearson. Mrs. Louise Fox Taber, has return- ' ed from a visit of several weeks with her mother and sisters at Los Angeles Every Way Every Day, prices in | Millinery at getting better and better at Mrs. W. T. Butlers 10<> Front St. Mrs. Wm. Enright has returned | from a two weeks visit with her sis j ter in Oakland, Calif. Mr. George Sutherland who has been jin the Los Angeles Hospital with i Pneumonia, has returned very much; improved. j ' Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Inskeep are in j | California enjoying a short vacation. I Mr. Inskeep is manager of the Harvey ! News ’Stand. __ Geo. Jackson and family and Mr. | and Mrs. William Ford motored out j to the Bush Trading post at Dilcon, | last Monday. Mrs. G. C- Hall, president of the local chapter of the Red Cross went to Phoenix on Monday evening to at tend the State Red Cross convention. Mrs. E. B. Hebert has rented her home and will depart about March 12th for Los Angeles to join her hus band. i Mrs. C. L. Milam and children will leave Saturday for Los Angeles where they will visit friends and relatives for some time. Mrs. Sprague, of East Aspinwall St. who has ben confined to her home by illness for sometime, is able to be out again. Get on your old blue bonnett with ; the Green Ribbon on it and prance j away to the Big St. Patrick Ball at ! The Pastime Theatre March 17th. Auspices of the Altar Society. Mrs. A. L. Martin, mother of Rev. W. L. Martin of the Christian Church has been quite ill with the flu the past week, but is much improved and on the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vanderbur are under treatment in the Los Angeles Hospital. Mrs. Vanderbur underwent an operation and is reported doing fine. Mr. Lamar Cobb, of Phoenix, rep resentative of the Cement Associa tion of the Southwest, was here the first of the week to attend the Mass meeting on paving. Mr. Bert Funk, local agent for the Studebaker car, has just received a carload of Studebakers. Somebody will soon be riding in a brand new Studebaker. The Season’s most captivating ar ray of smarty hats will he shown at Mrs. W. T. Butlers Millinery Opening | Monday March sth, Front St. Miss Fay Lawhead, sister of S. S. Lawhead of the Western Union, is here for a visit with her brother and ito look after some business. Miss | Lawhead was a teacher in the city j schools last year and until Christmas !of this year. Since then she has been teaeiPng in the Jerome schools, but j owing to the illness of her mother | she will go to Los Angeles to be with her. AMERICAN lIION NOTES j We are happy to announce that com rade Alfred R. Kleindienst first Vice I commander of the local post was se- J lected by Senator Ralph Cameron to j . become Winslows next Postmaster, we are perfectly happy as this was a le gion matter only. We did not call | on our good friends and supporters j but presented our case to Senator | Cameron with thought that exservice i men should receive preference owing Ito exservice ruling. It is needless to j say that in Senator Cameron the ex | service men have a real friend, his j considerate way of handling our case ! will be remembered by the exservice i men of Arizona. We know that his ! t>ne hundred percent Americanism is j beyond criticism. We do not wish ; to be selfish but we believe that the men who have offered everything on their Countrys altar when the call was sounded, should receive consideration | from the nation. At this time we wish j to sav that not at any time have we j tried to believe the standing of the j other candidates, our files are open for inspection and same will show that all matters were handled as a strict legion affair. We will not dis j sappoint you folks, the exservice men will prove worthy as a whole in every trustworthy position give us your confidence. Our intention is to serve Nation State and Community no matter how small the deed may be it will be worthy to mention. We wish to im press on all exservice men in the community that they should remem ber that the legion is the only me dium through which they can secure recognition and all those who have ias yet not joined should do so im ! mediately. Our next regular meeting will be Monday night at eight P. M. | March sth and we meet every Monday Come Buddy. Let’s Go. I - NATIONAL - i | CANNED FOOD WEEK ] j MARCH 3rd TO 10th ] I I Famous Iris Brand j ! 200 Table Delights I ♦ Complete assortment j : I ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ < ♦ 4 ♦ ♦ I Wm. H. Dagg Merc. Co. j | Phone 86 I ILH;-- ‘ T Own Your Own Home— rr—But Build it PERMANENT Enduringly Built with Ideal Brick Walls for $4150.00 WHEN you biuld your home, build it to last. Build it of perma nent, everlasting, and fire-resistive materials. "The LANGDON” is such a home. And the exterior design and the interior room ar rangement are most commendable. Every modern facility for comfort and convenience is provided. Fire-Safe-Everlasting-Low Upkeep These are essential factors in home building and are provided by the materials of construction. The brick walls and the fire-proof roof covering safe-guard you against, the dangers and losses by fire. The enduring brick construction practically eliminates re pairs. Heating costs are reduced. Insurance is lower. Deprecia tion is negligible. Your investment is protected. Ideal Walls for Comfort Lind Economy With Ideal brick hollow walls, it will cost you no’ more to build than ordinary frame. The enclosed air space ipsulates from heat, cold, and dampness. This construction is simple and economical. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD! SEE FS TO-DAY! OLDS BROTHERS Winslow Planing Mill PHONE 43 Anmerous other designs f<* select from. ■■ - " - —=r Gas Heaters We have a complete line of GAS HEATERS. Priced right for quick sale. Chas. Calm General Merchandise Phone 97A '■ ■ - ■■■■=■" ■■ y ; .... / a