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MRS. BEHN WINS HIGH HONORS IN DISPLAY CONTEST Mrs. Lona Behn, of the Golden Rule store, won special mention for the attractive window display she prepared for Hummingbird hosiery during the week of March 16 to 21, a contest in which there were more than 4,000 contenders in all parts of the country. The contest was judged from photographs sent to the manufac turers at Chattanooga, Tenn., by L. 0. Gordon, editor of the Display World. Mrs. Behn was notified of her honor by the following letter from T. Walter Reed, president of the Davenport Hosiery Mills company: “Dear Madam: It is a great pleasure to inform you that the judge of gthe national Humming bird display contest, Mr. L. O. Gor don, editor of the Display World, has chosen your window for spe cial mention for your subdivision. “Separately, we are sending you, with our compliments, prize for special mention. “We wish to congratulate you on winning this prize. There were more than 4,000 contestants in this event in every part of the United States. This was the biggest and most successful hosiery display event that has ever been staged in this country, and it is quite an honor to be the winner of one of these prizes.” o Postoffice at Grants Robbed Tuesday Night Five hundred dollars was taken from the postoffice at Grants, New Mexico, Tuesday night by two rob bers "who succeeded in making their escape. A search is being conducted for the plunders, but thus far officials have been unable to find trace of them. Nogales Plans $50,000 Hotel; To Sell Stock As a result of a vote taken at a special meeting of the chamber of commerce of Nogales, a committee of thirty or thirty-five persons will be appointed within the next j few days to have charge of the selling of $150,000 worth of stock to be used toward the construction of a half-million dollar tourist hotel In Nogales. Shriners Will Go Through Last of Month 'to L. A. Notice has been received by Agent H. J. Fouts that ten special trains of fourteen cars each will pass through Winslow May 29 with Shriners en route to the convention at Los Angeles to be held June 1 to 4. , Eight additional trains of | Shriners will pass through May 30, j making 252 cars in all. IS THIS Tia: WAY YOU FEEL ON WASH DAY? —lt isn’t necessary today for any woman to be without labor-saving devices in her home. Away with old methods, and on with the new THE HURLEY SUPERIOR VACUUM CUP ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE Built by the makers of. the famous THOR machine, will make washing an easy task. Use this wonderful washer as you pay for it. Only a small payment down —then week ly or monthly payments to suit your convenience. Let us demon strate one to you. Only $l5O ARIZONA ELECTRIC COMPANY L. J. BENNETT, Prop. (Sift Hall’s Catarrh <•] ia»|p V\ ill do what v e Medicine claim for i t —rid your system of Catarrh or Deaf ness caused by Catarrh. Sold by druggists for over 40 years. F. J. Cheney & Toledo, Ohio $1,500 in Gold Cash Prizes This is your opportunity to quickly earn a large cash prize. How many words can you make out of the let ters contained in the three words, “SHEFFIELD SKIN SOAP?” There is no entrance fee in this contest, it is open to anyone, anywhere. Write us and we will tell you how you may w r in SSOO first prize. If you want full information as to this great words building contest, send stamp for circular and rules. Address Sheffield Laboratoes, Dept. 10, Aurora, 111. —Adv. Local K. C. Team Helps To Initiate at Gallup Saturday night a number of mem bers of the local Knights of Colum bus motored to Gallup, where they remained to take part in the initia tion of a class Sunday at the bon City. They returned Monday reporting a splendid time, espe cially at the banquet given by the Altar society. Those who made the trip were John Neal, L. S. Rubi, Archi Garduno, Amodor Romero, Luis Lano, C. E. Rubi, Fred Rob inson, Guy Recordan, John Wil helm Jr. and John C. Moore. 1 o Newcomer to Winslow to Open Music Classes Mrs. Mary La Forge, formerly of Kansas City, who arrived here last week with her husband to make their home, will open a class in music. Mrs. La Forge is a sister of Mrs. F. M. Carter of Winslow. Mr. La Forge will be employed by the Santa Fe railroad. Mrs. La Farge will make an announcement of her classes in next Tuesday’s is sue of The Winslow Mail. o Public Invited to Attend Local Recital on May 15 The first, second and third-year piano pupils of Miss Nan Brown will be presented in a recital at Washington School auditorium on May 15 at 3 p. m. They will be assisted by the expression pupils of Mrs. D. J. Mahoney and the pupils of Miss Hortense Miller, who will sing several songs. The public is invited to attend. CARD OF° THANKS „ t We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all organizations and friends for the many kind words and beautiful flowers extended to us during our recent bereavement. MR. AND MRS. HORACE EVANS. MR. AND MRS. G. W. CROFT. STORE™ ENT /§/ AT LOWER ORGANIZATION IrwH 571 DEPARTMENT STORES PR,CES WINSLOW, ARIZONA WATCH OUR WINDOWS Your Straw Hat Is Ready Here! Mow! $ \ Our feature lightweight Good dimensions, style and comfort feature this Solar hat; with Bon-Ton Ivy comfort cushion leather; fancy silk band; satin lined. $2.98 $3.98 $3.98 ' ' Ev.Ty.tiin, yrt.tnt an. This live number of im ported straw has comfort cushioned leather ; flexible brims ; silk bands; non-soilable ’ linings. In sand, natural and white— $2.98 $3.98 $4.98 Never before have we given you such a selection of smart straw hats as our Solar Straws now ready for your selection—they have everything— Quality, Style, Finish, Value and Moderate Prices. “Let Us Be Your Hatter Toots From The Round House By Charles Erickson > Preparations for the big shop crafts picnic to be held at Tucker Springs next Sunday, May 10, are well nigh Among the attractions added to the entertain ment are the appointment of sev eral picnic policemen and a fast four-round knock-do wn-and-drag out boxing match between “Kid” Davis, of the toolroom, and “Bat tling” Sterling, of the machine shop. Be at the Bazell Camp Ground at 4 p. m. “Did you say banquet, Mr. Kiely?” “I should say so, Charlie, and believe me it was a real one too, and was in the dining room of the Harvey House.” Then he con tinued: “The spread was given by Mr. D. W. Hitchcock in honor of the famous basketball team, which so admirably represented the Me teor City in the System Apprentice tourney held in San Bernardino last season. A miniture basketball court w 7 as smartly arranged as a table center and on its floor was the 'little all sterling silver basket ball won by Dan Hitchcock for be ing the best all around player in the tournament. The place cards were also representations of basket halls and other pretty decorations adorned the table. As the feed pro gressed, several fine talks were made, as well as some singing, joking and so forth. Beside Mr. Hitchcock, there were present: Alice Friend, Mildred Suggs, Jesse belle Hitchcock. E. A. Kuhn, W. C. Fertig, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kem mis, H. B. Thornton, D. A. Hitch cock, Jack Pullins, E. E. Tolt, E. Chavez and myself—making a jolly total of fourteen. Who said “hard times”? Not so we can notice it. R. E. (Barney / * Another Solar hat with fancy flex brim. It’s weather proofed; trimmed with qual ity silk band; full leather sweat. A well-wearing hat. Low priced at— Fine, lightweight sennit straw, weatherproofed to re sist wear and weather; Bon- Ton Ivy sweat; smart silk band and binding. A feature hat at— THE WINSLOW MAIL Google) Bush is sporting a new Chrysler, while G. P. (Buttercup) Harris is showing off in a keen new Dodge. Pipe Gang Foreihan A. E. Wickham and family helped the boys break the new cars in. Arthur Schaar, who is relieving Wallace (Wad) Merrick while the latter is acting as chief clerk to Division Foreman A. W. Ames in Ashfork for a short time, is sure putting on the dog by wearing a new straw bonnet to work. - Last Wednesday evening the Kluckers went a-klucking and burned a huge cross in back of the Green Still—oh, I beg pardon, Mr. Howe!—l mean the Green Mill, while the baseball dance was in progress, arid after singing “Amer ica” the ghosts filed off the hill and up second street. Oh, gosh, folks, I for one (and I bet I wasn’t alone) began thinking of all the flaws in my character for the last few years. The dance proceeded O. K., how ever, until midnight, and it is hoped the team cleared some base ball money. O. E. Karney, while still some what speckled, is back on the job, having recovered from a case of chickenpox. His son, Clarence, also is well again. H. Tokahashi, G. C. Filler and G. Martinez, ashpit man, have regained their health sufficiently to warrant their return to work. Laborer R. Chavez is off duty on account of running a nail in his left foot while working on his house last Monday. Machinists C. L. Zahnley and U. Kitaoka, have traded shifts for a while and now Kity says he can’t see well in day time. Among those attending the pow er meeting held last Wednesday in the M. M. office, were: P. P. Curto and Pat Maloney, from Gallup. Engine wiper, T. Raminez, is again on the sick list, suffering from another of the peculiar spells which seem to attack him. He is planning on entering our Los Ange Solar straw, “The Yeddo,” made in Switzerland; com fort-fitting; silk band; extra quality leathers; white and natural, at— accounted for that should go into a fine straw hat. It’s weatherproofed; silk band and lining; flexible brim. The right shape; moderate in price les hospital. The shop safety committeemen held their monthly meeting last Tuesday in Mr. Hitchcock’s office. Many new safety moves were brought up. Say fellows, quit speeding through the roundhouse gate. Last Tuesday evening many San ta Fe and city folks attended the Reading Room entertainment fur nished by the Indiana Concert and Dramatic company of Indianapolis, The good music, singing, and dia lect reading carried the audience back to the old plantation days of the south. J/ew Price for HUDSON COACH (Was $1345) Today’s Hudson Super-Six Coach costs less than half the price at which the open models have sold. With the , world’s largest production of 6-cylinder cars, quality is con stantly improved and therefore Hudson is more than ever “The World’s Greatest Buy” HUDSON SUPER-SIX SEDAN 5 Passenger $ 1695 (was *1795)—7 Passenger $ 1795 (was *1895) All Prices Freight and Tax Extra P. H. BROOKS, Dealer PHONE 38 . WINSLOW, ARIZ. r *£G uT'PAT OM The same finish ~~ —= 8 -Tgy,-H| used on 25 leading rttej? automobiles avail able for Your car j i r\UCO, the finish developed by the du -*- >r Pont Company, has so proved its un -1 Stripping the car usual durability and beauty, that it has i— it.' ■■ been adopted by twenty-five leading car a manufacturers. It is the first time that any one product has been adopted by such a large group —covering every price class. This same Duco is available for refinishing your car —applied by the same du Pont system used in the large factories. 2 Removing old paint \ Fenders, tires, bumpers, etc., are a removed; ail glass antjj upholstery protectee. 2 The old finish is painstakingly re moved leaving chemically clean, bare metal. 3 A smooth surface (filling dents, scratches, file marks, etc.) is se cured with a number of coats of rnmm., mu- ■ primer, putty glaze, sanding sur -3 Atplymg surfacers and £ f putty glaze iacer, etc. : 1 \\\l 4 Several coats of Duco are sprayed 011 Cal " e^ tra * nec * experts. fi 5 The Duco is rubbed smooth —to be || finished either dull, satin gloss or •^B The result is a finish which is waterproof, Wm/7/ ~ ~ /Jm/ i weatherproof, wearproof one which 4 spraying Duco will remain attractive indefinitely. Urn 3 Bring in your car now and we will deliver it to you “good looking as new” in about Let us put Duco on your car now! 5 Rubbing and polishing H. H. WINGFIELD “THE PAINT MAN” % 310 Kinsley Avenue There is only ONE Duco—DU PONT Duco Sam’s Melody Makers Will Play for a Dance in Holbrook, Saturday, May 9 OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENTS ANY OTHER NIGHTS Phone 28 FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1925 4* Why you should let us put Duco on your car J Duco is the longest wear ing finish known. 2 Gasoline, oil-, mud, tar, turpentine, battery acids, alkaline dust, salt air, etc., cannot harm it. 3 You need not lose the use of your car for more than a week or ten days. 4 You can secure any of the season’s most popular shades —in any degree of lustre, either dull, satin or polished. 3 A Duco finish is easier to keep clean. The lustre of Duco actu ally improves with age >f given ordinary care. 7 It will increase the re-sale value of your car. •8? °V U Duco has been adopted as standard by twenty-five of the leading car manufacturers because of recognized merits. *Bl *8? *8? Our shop is fully equipped, manned with trained men, experienced in applying gen uine Duco finish. All the old finish is removed, the rough bare metal brought to a smooth even surface with un dercoatings and several coats of Duco applied, sanded, rubbed and polished. There « are fourteen separate opera tions. '8? *8? U The remarkable success of Duco has resulted in the pro duction of a number of fin ishes for which similar claims are made. Do not accept a finish “like Duco” or of the “Duco type.” We can guar- | antee you du Pont Duco, applied by the du Pont System.