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FRIDAY, AUGUST 13,1926
: PERSONAL AND X : LOCAL NEWS X *************** VISITING SISTER HERE. Mrs. Ralph Mendelson is visit ing her sistter, Mrs. R. G. Bazell, in this city. Following a two weeks’ stay here, she will return to her home in New Orleans. RETURNED WEDNESDAY FROM FISHING TRIF. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rhoades and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Proctor re turned Wednesday following a week’s fishing trip at Mormon Lake. PHOENIX VISITOR HERE the Guest of relatives. Mrs. Margaret Smith, of Phoe nix is visiting here the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. P. Howell, and her nieces, Mrs. G. C. Bazell and Mrs. R. C. Rhoades. HOME FROM TWO MONTHS’ IN CALIFORNIA. Mrs. William Wyrick returned Wednesday evening from a two weeks’ vacation spent in Califor nia. MOVE TO NEW HOMES. Dr. T. E. Elgin and family have moved into their new home at 915 Kinsley Ave. In anothe-r new home next door, at 917 Kinsley, Robert Despain, Santa Fe machinist, has taken up his residence. VISIT PETRIFIED FOREST. Mrs. J. L. Sweeney, Mrs. Frank Dermer, Miss Sofia Brueske and Thomas E. Aitken motored to the Petrified Forest and Painted Des -..ert Thursday. if TO HOLBROOK. Mrs. T. C. Garrett and Mrs. G. W. Nelson motored to Holbrook Friday to file the election petition of Mr. Nelson. GOES WEST. F. H. Murphy left Monday on No. 1 to join Mrs. Murphy, who has been spending the summer in Los Angeles . Mr. Murphy will be away about two weeks. VACATION IN TEXAS. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carruthers left Sunday for a two weeks’ vaca tion, which they will spend in Tex as cities. r ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE In which to see me for treat ment for corns, callouses, bun ions, ingrown nails, sweating feet, feet with bad odor and fall en arches. No blood, no pain, no bad after effects. Satisfaction Guaranteed! My satisfied customers are my references. *g. l. McFarland CHIROPODIST PALACE HOTEL, ROOM 4 Come early so that you may be completely cured by the time I leave. 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Mrs. Simmons, who for some time has been bookkeeper in the office of the Carduff Transfer Co., will continue her duties in that office for a time, at least. The groom is a fireman on the A. T. & S. F. lines running out of this city. The couple will make their home at 707 Warren, in this city. SPENT FEW DAYS IN WILLIAMS. Mrs. W. B. Darling and daughter Peggy spent five days in Williams this week, returning home Wed nesday. IN SELIGMAN. Mrs. C. A. Dancer left Wednes day for Seligman where she will visit with friends. RETURNS TO HOME IN LOS ANGELES. Billie Donivan left Tuesday for his home in Los Angeles after a month’s vacation spent with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Service, at their ranch. LEAVE FOR COAST. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Siegmund left Tuesday for Los Angeles, where they will make their home. CITY ATTORNEY HERE. City Attorney Phil A. Sawyer was a business visitor in Winslow Mon da j\ BACK FROM VACATION. Miss Vivian Robbins returned Monday from an extended vacation spent on the coast. She will re turn to Los Angeles next month to attend the fall term in business col lege. VISITED HERE. Mrs. James Stark, sister of Mrs. Dr. G. P. Sampson, visited in Wins low during the past week, the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Sampson. This week Mr. Stark came up from Phoenix and they continued on to Greer where they will spend a week or so in camp. HERE WITH GRANDPARENTS. Master Geo. P. Sampson 111, cf Phoenix, is visiting his grandpar ents, Dr. and Mrs. G. P. Sampson, during the time that the youngster’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Samp son, of Phoenix, are spending a va caton in the White Mountains. COUNTY ENGINEER HERE. County Engineer G. T. West was in Winslow Monday on business connected with the widening of Clear Creek road. BACK FROM COAST. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Gilpin re turned this week from Los Angeles following a pleasant vacation at the Pacific sea shore. TO SAN DIEGO FOR TWO WEEKS’ VACATION. Ewart Day, employed by the I Dagg Mercantile Co., is spending two weeks vacation in San Diego. New! Bathrobes of Quilted Sat in, Chenille and Minuette Silk; Ne gligees of Crepe de Chine. Scorse Fashion Shoppe. —Adv BANK PRESIDENT AT OCAST. R. C. Kaufman, president of the First National Bank, accompanied by Mrs. Kaufman, and children, left this week for a two weeks’ va cation spent in Los Angeles and nearby coast resorts. LOCAL MAN TO S. F. HOSPITAL. N. H. Caldwell left Tuesday for Los Angeles where he w ill undergo a tonsilectomy at the Santa Fe hos pital. HERE ON VACATION. Geo. P. Sampson, Jr., a former resident of W’inslow, but now man ager of a drug store in Phoenix, is in Winslow spending his vacation. TELEPHONE MANAGER ILL. C. W. Calloway, local manager of the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co., has been confined to his bed for two or three days thi& week due to illness. SPENT WEEK-END HERE FROM HART RANCH. Miss Helen Hart spent the last week-end here from the Hart Ranch. While in Winslow Miss Hart was the guest of Miss Virgin ia Kelly. SPENT DAY OR TWO IN GALLUP. Thomas McDonald, of the super intendent’s office, was a visitor in Gallup over the week-end. TWO LOCAL RESIDENTS IN GALLUP. John Clark and Stanaid Nesting were business visitors in Gallup last Saturday and Sunday. RETURNED TO L. A. HOME. Miss Nadine Park, who has been the guest of Miss Eloise Wilson, left Friday evening for her home in Los Angeles. RETURNED THIS WEEK. Chester Smith returned home from the coast Tuesday where he had been visiting for the past two or three weeks. MRS. lIOHN AND SON RETURN. Murle Hohn and mother, Mrs. H. O. Hohn, returned Monday from Los Angeles, where Murle has been confined to the hospital while re covering from a nasal operation. CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE VISITOR IN WINSLOW 7 . Winslow was visited yesterday by Judge Frank J. Duffy, of No gales, who is making a tour of the state in his campaign for the Dem ocratic nomination as Congress man. Duffy’s platform, contained in his campaign literature, includes mention of a farm relief, the Colo rado river, ex-service men, labor, corruption in elections and the tar iff. UNDERWENT OPERATION. Mrs. Neal Wilson underwent a tonsil operation this week, per formed by a local physician. SPENT A FEW DAYS AT CANYON. H. W. Peterson returned Tues day from the Grand Canyon- fol lowing a stay since Sunday. A few dresses for summer and early fall wear still on the Bargain rack for your inspection. Scorse Fashion Shoppe. —Adv Big Values in Work Shoes Unlined Real value in stout Shoes. J/y Jjf / \ Well made of chocolate f* jj/l / \ rosite —will resist moisture. f. Ar, Army last, unlined, and / ' V>. s'^/sT one of our most exceptional & | JTj values at this low i&jlf $2.79 A Shoe for Real Comfort Black Kid W = \r^\ This men’s Dress- Shoe JjJjp \Vj p! V includes good looks and ./•''HI Pi f\ supreme comfort. In s-oft, / 1 ipliable black kid, plain f mk toe and rubber heels. An y 1 J l \*\ exceptional value at the THE WINSLOW MAIL PLEASANT FISHING TRIP ENJOYED BY LOCAL RESIDENTS A very enjoyable fishing trip and vacation is reported by a party of Winslowites who spent last week from Monday until Saturday at Lake Mary and Mormon Lake. The party was composed of Mr. and Mrs. William Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howe, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Harris, and Mrs. B. F. Ferris, Mrs. Xnn Seybolt, of Phoenix, and Mr. Grover Miller. FORMER HARVEY HOUSE MANAGER LEAVES FOR L. A. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Robinson, late manager at the local Harvey House left Sunday for Los Angeles where they expect to make their future home. MR. BEAHAN NEW MANAGER AT HARVEY HOUSE. E. T. Beahan, of San Bernardino, Calif., who succeeds J. H. Robin son, arrived here this week, and has assumed his duties as manager of the local Harvey House. TO COLORADO FOR TREATMENT. C. J. Brooks left Wednesday on Number 2 for Colorado to undergo treatment at a hot springs near Denver. His many friends here anticipate a speedy recovery fol lowing the change and the treat ment which he will receive. RETURNED FROM GALLUP THIS "WEEK. Thomas Parnell, formerly em ployed with the Santa Fe Construc tion workers on the erection of the new round house, who has been in Gallup for the past several weeks, returned Monday and will be em ployed here for some time. SEWER LINE EXTENDED. Both sewer and gas lines were extended in the past few days to care for homes in Sweeney Heights Addition. Approximately 300 feet of each type of line was laid. WEEK-END VISITOR IN LOS ANGELES. Bill O’Brien was a week-end vis itor in Los Angeles over Saturday and Sunday. FIRE TRUCK DEALER IN WINSLOW. George H. Herald, manager of the Los Angeles branch of the Am erican-La France Fire Engine Co., of California, is in Winslow this week, following the call for bids on new fire equipment issued last week by the city council. PREPARING TO BUILD NEW THEATER. Outbuildings and the frame building formerly occupied by the Daze Transfer Company, were raz ed this week by order of John Barncord, who purchased the lot and buildings of the defunct Bank of Winslow some time ago. The transfer company is now located in the brick building, which will be the last structure to be torn down prior to the construction of a new and modern theater on the site of the old bank. RETURNS TO WINSLOW WITH BROTHER William Walcott, who left Wins low a short time ago for a vacation on the coast, returned this week, bringing his brother, Everett, now a resident of Los Angeles, for a vacation here. This Is Not a League, It’s Just a Family This family is large enough for three basketball teams. There are 17—count ’em—and not a twin in the group. The oldest, a girl, was born in December. 190 5. the youngest in October. 1925. The family is that of Mr and Mrs Victor Vratil. who live on a farm near Larned, Kas. t , 0. L. GRAY BACK FROII COAST. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Gray returned Wednesday from an extended vaca tion spent in Los Angeles, San Di ego and other coast cities. VACATIONING ON COAST. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams were outgoing passengers Sunday for Los Angeles and other southern California cities. TWO NEW BUILDINGS FOR OLDS BROS. Olds Brothers, local contractors, are at present engaged in the con struction of two stone buildings, one at Canyon Diablo for Mrs. Earl Cundiff, and one at Jeddito for Babbitt & Roberts. o Many Former Resi dents Now Residing In So. California H. E. Young, of 1392 Walnut St., San Bernardino, Calif., who so kindly gave us a brief report of the condition of Winslowites in the Santa Fe hospital a few weeks ago, which was received with much in terest by local residents, has con sented to furnish additional infor mation to friends and relatives here, and this time has added a paragraph, giving the location and occupation of Santa Fe employees formerly residing here. Mr. Young’s letter, of August 9, follows, in part: “The Winslow patients at the Santa Fe hospital yesterday seem ed to be doing wel. Mrs. Mattlaie is walking about the place, Ray Dougherty still is in his wheel chair; A. L. Dunklin, who had IS gall stones removed, is doing fine; A. L. Flaharty is getting some color and looks good. Jean Sylvester was receiving an examination and Joe Caraway is planning on having his tonsils removed, because they back-fire and cause a lot of trou ble. I saw J. D. W 7 iley at the depot just for a minute and he was in good spirits, although he seemed to be badly injured. He arrived about noon 8-8-28 on Train No. 1. He was accompanied by his wife and L. Phillips. It may be of interest to some of your readers to hear of some of the ex-Winslowites out here, and so I will try to give you the news about them. “Walter Davidson is conductor on the third district local out of Los Angeles. Harry Ellison is running the Santa Ana-San Diego local. Walter Lyons is firing a hill job between here and Barstow. Mc- Namarra is on the L. A. & San Di ego local. P. J. Miller is firing passenger out of L. A. and running switch engine part time. Jackman has a day job in the L. A. yards. Jack Price is boss of the P. M. coach job in L .A. P. C. Rawn is on the L. A. brakeman’s extra board. Rittenhouse is running passenger on the coast while Milo Tbomnson is on the Phoenix run out of L. A. Pete Bard and Par ish are both firing out of L. A. I saw Jack Gibson, former post master at Winslow, a couple of weeks ago and he, with R. R “Casey” Jones are the owners o! the Jacobs Electric Co., of South Pasadena, and doing fine. Mr. Luce, a former conductor at Wins low, is switching cars in San Ber nardino. Jack Probust is general car foreman here and our old friend Lee Collins is train rider over here. Yours truly is on valley chain gang as brakeman. Outside of the above and the heat and orange blossoms, I don’t know anything more of interest to Wins low.” Council Buys New Type Fire Truck; Will Arrive Soon (Continued from Page 1) ladder. One 12-foot roof ladder with folding hooks. Suction Hose—Two lengths, each 10 feet 6 inches long. Pike Pole—One. Ax —One, fire department stand ard. Lanterns—Two, fire department standard. Extinguishers Two, 3-gallon Babcock. o Casa Grande 535,000 school building to go up. ||§ ||| PRIVILEGED “We went to war with Germany to ‘make the world safe for demo cracy.’ Why, then, do we not go to the rescue of the oppressed peo ple of India and North Africa, who are fighting so futilely for inde pendence?” The question was put to young LaFollette, who gives, signs of emulating the fame Qf the insur gent senator from Wisconsin. La- Follettee smiled. “I think,” he said, “that the story of little Willie covers the point. “ ‘Mother,” asked Willie, ‘you al ways spank me when I eat with my knife, but Uncle John does it when he comes here and you never say a word.’ “ ‘Hush, dear,’ whispered the mother hurriedly, ‘Uncle John is rich enough to eat with the coal shovel if he chooses.’ ” SOOTHING EFFECT Just at present “wise cracks” are the spice of life; hence the Nor man Kerry sets are always sure to be interesting. The other day, af ter starting some friends toward Florida, Kerry came to work look ing even more immaculate than usual. But the director regarded him dubiously. “Gosh, but your suit is awful loud.” “All right,” said Kerry, “I’ll put on a muffler.” KEEP IT UP A patient of Dr. George Deacon’s gave a dinner party in honor of several war veterans. The follow ing day she met the doctor and stopped to speak to him. “I am so sorry doctor,” she said, “that you were unable to attend my dinner party last night. It would have done you good to be there.” “It has already done me good,” the doctor replied genially. “I have just prescribed for three of your guests.” REAL PROBLEM Little Doris Atkinson, just at the age when she loves to romp with the other girls, found herself, instead, taking care of her baby sister, Muriel. A friendly neighbor passing by, paused long enough to ask: “What would you do without little sister?” “I’m not so much worried about what I’d do without her,” answer ed Doris, “as what I’ll do with her.” THAT’S WHAT HE GOT Mose and Sam had just cut a nice juicy watermelon. Being very courteous. Mose held both slices out to his companion, but to his surprise. ignored good man ners and chose the largest slice. “Where is you mannahs, nig gah?” Mose asked indignantly. I Why Not '! &A PUTA M wantAd ; T \toWork for \ L YOU ? il\ *%£uicK,Certain,.: PAGE FIVE “Why, if you had offered to me, 1 would have took de smallest piece. “Whatacha gripin’ about,” re turned Sam with a satisfied air, “dat’s what ya got, ain’t it?” OUT OF STOCK The patient saleswoman brought out the seventeenth hat. The cus tomer seemed impressed, but her doting husband spoke up with de cision: “That hat does not be come you, my angel.” The saleswoman produced an other. “And that certainly is not wor thy of you, my angel.” “I fear we cannot suit your an gel,” said the saleswoman, finally. “We have nothing in the way of a ‘halo.’ ” EVEN PARKED CARS ARE DANGEROUS While parked in front of his home at 624 Walnut street, a ma chine driven by Olive F. Smith of Pekasie, R. D., ran into the motor car of Forest M. Moyer.—Pennsyl vania Paper. A CHILL-AND-FEVER JOB Foreman: “Nov/, Murphy, what about carrying some more bricks?” Murphy: “I ain’t feeling well, guv-nor; I’m trembling all over ” “Well, then get busy with the sieve.” A HERO’S SYMPTOMS Lady: “I think there is some thing so romantic about a night watchman.” Watchman: “Yer right, ma’am. It settles in me pore ol’ legs some times till I can ’ardly walk.” FOUR SHOTS IN SHOOTING FRAY SUNDAY MORNING Poor marksmanship of T. A. Ta tum saved the life, or at l-mst *’ ' health, of C. M. La Prade, Tatum’s brother-in-lav/, Sunday man;.- when Tatum fired four shots fr* m a revolver at La Prade without \ hit to his credit. The shooting t ri "* place on the La Prade ranch, r ed followed an argument concerning a debt said to be owed Tatum b - La Prade According to a statement h” T a Prade, who Pled a complaint Sun day with Justice of the Peace Sam Proctor, he was sitting in his auto mobile when Tatum opened fire. Tatum was arrested on the com plaint and was lodged in the city jail, where he spent Sunday night. He was released Monday on a bond to keep the peace, which was sign ed by A. 0. La Prade and F. T. La Prade, brothers of C. M. La Prade.