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THE DOLLAR KING “This is a non-smoking compart ment. If you want to smoke you must get into another carriage or be liable to a fine!” “Change the notice—or, what do you want for your train?” D. E. McLaughlin DEMOCRAT Candidate for— Judge of the Superior Court NAVAJO COUNTY, ARIZONA Fourteen years’ experience as a prac ticing lawyer. Admitted to practice in Supreme Court of four states and the Supreme court of the United States. « Surprise! SURPRISE Our ice cream served as a dessert or at any time makes a welcome ity the richness the tastiness of PALACE OF SWEETS ice cream is so well known that it is not surprising that dis criminating people buy it. In brick or in bulk. TAKE HOME A QUART TODAY! ALL FLAVORS, per quart, 75c Palace of Sweets 114 E Second Phone 209 New Brands Applied for August 26th, 1926 Brand Earmark Location of Brand Name of Applicant, Postoffice *7. , C left hip Ted Resco, H left hip Concho ill /V 1 G lef t ribs Carl Hill, ' «l V H left thigh Sanders C hip Maria Tanori, f v J h left thigh ___ Sahuarita , C left shoulder to hip W. P: Mattice, / ” H left shoulder to thigh Pima I 1 D G left ril)S Hugh Richey, |l r\ClAo/ H left thigh __ St. Johns O/" ri Sht shoulder Mike Tolmachoff, LOvAJ ____ Glendale r\ H left thi S h D. H. McKelvey, \) C left ribs Buckeye j _____ C left hip with year •Till number on right hip Walter W. Bailey, l—— H left thigh Tucson New Brands Applied for August 19th, 1926 Brand Earmark Location of Brand Name of Applicant, Postoffice R C left hip D. R. Goodman, — s' —' H left thigh St. David 5 C left hip Rafael Silvers, H left thigh Redington c left hip San Pasqual, L & C Co., v /y H left shoulder Globe ( 'y" - '\ C left hip Louis C. Martinez, H left thigh Florence New Brands Applied for August 12th, 1926 Brand Earmark Location of Brand Name of Applicant, Postoffice Q A c right hip Price Nelson H right shoulder Webb C left ribs Francisco Hernandez, Q H left thigh Winslow s —w —\ C left ribs to hip Fred J. Fritz V, J p left shoulder to thigh Clifton \ / / y — 'y —\ right ribs Virginia J. Harris v J Salome A HARD BUSINESS Mrs. Asked: “I hear you are go ing to take a course in a business college?” Mrs. Bright: “Yes; I want to learn how to get more money out of my husband.” 1 Glendale —New Calvary Baptist church under construction. Toots From The Round House By Charles Erickson v J It’s the “same old story, in the same old way,” in regard to the “remodelization” of our round house. Work is progressing rapid ly and I judge that within another month the whole thing will be completed and “turned over” to the local supervision. Don’t know why, but it just seems that whenever any of we “desert rats” get a vacation the large majority invariably order their passes for points in old Sun ny California. And Harry Kemmis, machinist a la part time boss, is no exception. Both he and the Mrs. are at present enjoying a ten day trip to Los Angeles and the beaches and will also visit with the former’s parents in San Ber nardino. The unwelcome news reaches us that the brother of Machinist E. Kleinworth, who necessarily had to undergo two major operations in an Albuquerque hospitial about a month ago, finally lost a long and hard fight with death. Regret also to report that it is now advised that Emil entered the Santa Fe hos pital for treatment, due to his re cent loss of rest and much worry. The sincere and heartfelt sympathy of Blondy’s fellow shop employes and others is extended with the hope also that he will be back on the job in the near future. R. Chavez is back at work after a lengthy illness. It is hoped he will enjoy beter health “from now on out.” On account of the position of “inside’ ’hostler helper having been abolished we now note that “Lanky” Wetzel is back on the graveyard shift going ’round an’ 'round on the turntable. This puts Jack En nis on the afternoon shift and ACME THEATRE PROGRAM FOR WEEK BEGINNING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD FRIDAY Bigger Than Barnum’s (F. B. O.) And a Comedy SATURDAY Vitagraph Presents ‘Tides of Fashion” And a Comedy SUNDAY “A Scarlet Saint” (First National) And a Comedy MONDAY and TUESDAY “The Girl Who Wouldn’t Work” Pathe News and a Comedy WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY CHARLIE CHAPLIN in “A Dog’s Life” And a special feature, “Treasures of the Vatican,” and a Comedy FRIDAY and SATURDAY “WILD FIRE” (Vitagraph) With Pathe News and a Comedy COMING! NORMA TALMADGE in “KIKF October Bth and 9th WATCH FOR THIS GREAT FEATURE! BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 12TH A full week of FOX FILM FEA TURES, FOX Comedies and FOX News Reels. Watch for these pro grams! We are booking the newest and best features and comedies from foremost producers. From First National, F. B. 0., Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer, Fox and Associated Exhibi tors we get the latest releases, all released since July, 1926. Here are a few of the features we are bringing to Winslow: “The Big Parade,” “Ben Hur,” “What Price Glory,” “Seventh Heaven,” “Three Bad Men,” “The Music Master,” “La Bolieme,” “One Increasing Purpose,” “Her Honor, The Gov ernor,” “Laddie,” .“Kosher ..Kitty Kelly,” “Breed of the Sea,” “Hello Bill,” “Mother,” latest Alberta Yaughan features, Ramon Navarro pictures, Buster Keaton in“ Battling Mae Murray, latest Tom Mix re leases, Lon Chaney’s latest starring pictures, Buster eaton in “Battling Butler,” Marion Davies newest fea tures, “Twelve Miles Out,” and “Mare Nostrum.” WATCH FOR DATES ON THESE MAMMOTH PRODUCTIONS. THE ACME SHOWS THE NEW PIC TURES WHILE THEY ARE NEW! THE WINSLOW MAIL makes an “extra” operator out of Glen Christiansen. And still the world is round. Among the visitors at the shops this week were our popular friends George Kingry, transportational in spector, and Mr. Seabrel, of the Coast Lines Safety First depart ment. Several of the shop men are now indulging in their well earned va cations . Eddie Cordova, crane op erator, spent a few days in Belen, N. M.; Boilermaker Manuel Sando val is visiting with friends in Re bera, N. M.; Carlos Marquez, Bill Billingsley’s helper, is looking things over and spending his “roll” in Albuquerque; Mr. H. F. O. Tie deman, machinist, is also not work ing for ten days, and Mariano Len te has just returned from his vaca tion .which he disposed of in La guna and Gallup. Oh. yes, Charles Kie, assistant car foreman and “heep big chief” of the local Indian colony, is off too. Beside visiting old friends and relatives on the reservation at Laguna he is spend ing some time in Gallup and in Al buquerque. Feeling healthier and so inclined. S. R. Nomoto decided to work awhile again. Miss Regina Russell, government nurse in the Indian service, and popular auburn tressed lady, is back on the job in Winslow after an absence of over a week. Am sorry to report that the reas on for our “village blacksmith,” Mr. Preston McCallon, not working for the past few days is because it was necessary for him to accom pany his wife to the hospital in Los Angeles. We trust she is im proving. In and about the roundhouse several signs are tacked up which read: “One Personal Injury is One Too Many.” We are sorry to see that Mr. Kiely is again having a little trou ble with his eyes and trust that they will “clear up” within a short time. Tommy Hanson, efficient time keeper for the McKee Construction Company, and a very likeable young gent, left the Meteor City for El Paso, where he will visit his folks, previous to re-entering the University of Texas to continue “gettin’ educated.” During his short stay here Tommy won many friends and became quite popular, especially among the ladies. Well, best wishes Tom! Jimmy Dunn, also a “good scout” takes up this vacated position. Having been relieved of his tem porary position as division foreman at Williams, which he held during the time that W. D. Griffith was in the Los Angeles Santa Fe hospital with a broken leg, our friend Buel Canady arrived in town Wednes day. Canady is sure a busy man these days on account of getting every detail “set” for his big Kai bab deer hunting expedition which is to be staged the entire month of October. On August 26th the shop super visors had their annual “corkin’ good time” picnic. Mr. Jas. Kiely, general foreman and also a general live wire Irishman, turned in the following report: “There were government brogues for Irish rogues, There were buckled shoes for Scotchmen, There were liigh-heelekl boots for Johnny Bulls, There were pickled pigs feet for Dutchmen And Sakie for the Japs.” “The 4man’s outdoor frolic was held at Tucker’s Spring this year and only actual and active super- ■* For Attorney General As County Attorney of Maricopa County he has La P d ** La Prade has the faculty of winning law suits. I ENDORSED BY BIG FOUR BROTHERHOODS visors were in attendance, with the single exception of Wallace Mer rick, who acted as secretary, gen eral flunky, chief cook and bottle washer, entertainer, etc. “There were all kinds of amuse ments which sure “went over big” and beside furnishing his phono graph for entertainment, our fam ous Captain Blumlein staged an unique wild west show in which he displayed considerable talent in handling a “horse pistol,” which was raised from a Colt. “Roland Tackett, Harry Kemmis and Wad Merrick made up a keen glee club and rendered some of the very “latest out” songs, such as “Nellie Grey,” “The Old Oaken Bucket,” “Dan Tucker,” “Dixie,” and many others, with heart-rend ing effect. Possum Kuhn £nd King Nomoto also rendered several class ical vocal selections in Japanese. “Park Boyer and Harrison Brown gave a few snappy recitations, which were very cleverly put over. Walter Brown made up for the ab sence of Charlie Erickson by dash ing off some wicked Indian dances, while Mr. Kuhn demonstrated how a real honest to goodness colored gent is supposed to do a lively jig. Fall Opening FRIDAY and SATURDAY Chic, Irresistibly Charming—Are the New Hats for Fall Above all, style is the keynote of the Millinery of the Season. Price counts, too, and the pleasing feature of our Fall Opening is the alluring combination of “Hats of the Day at the Price You Want to Pay.” Whatever style or part of style has been smiled upon by Dame Fashion will be found here. We are showing the productions of' master designers of the East and West. Materials and Styles are varied, offering a compresensive selec tion, and PRICES ARE RIGHT! Mrs. W. T. Butler Millinery New Location 310 Kinsley Avenue “The ‘tasted like more lunch which was furnished by boiler 4- man Marion Singleton and R. H. 4man Kuhn was heartily enjoyed by the “whole darn bunch.” Camp was made near the spring and the cold sparkling water (believe it or not) mixed well with all other palate ticklers. “This was the second time the supervisors have “pulled” their stag picnic and it was sure pro claimed and proven a grand suc cess. After the entire crowd sang “Home, Sweet Home” shortly after 9:30 p. m., the party broke up and all returned to the city with but a single wish —that another big pic nic would be held the following evening. But that would never do, for then it could not be called an annual affair.” o LACK OF EDUCATION “I can’t understand how Caesar and Shakespeare and Napoleon ever got to be great.” “Haven’t you read the histories of their times?” “Yes; thats’ what makes it so puzzling. Nobody seemed to teach anything by mail in those days.” FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1926 AMERICAN LEGION WILL HOLD DANCE ELECTION NIGHT Election night, Tuesday, Septem ber 7th, is the date for the second American Legion dance of 1926, which will be held at Arcadia Hall. As an added attraction, election re turns will be read from the plat form during the dance, so that all who attend may keep in touch with the political results. Members of the committee pro mise that this dance will at least reach, and probably eclipse the re sults of a similar dance held two years ago at the general election, and which furnished a record breaking good time. The committee in charge of the affair is made up of Ray Grant, Earl M. Patterson and W. B. Darl ing. o - ~ . Tucson Mountain States T ie phone & Telegraph company starts work on SIIO,OOO program of im provement and extension.