Winslow Mail, March 25, 1905

Winslow Mail

March 25, 1905

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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - March 25, 1905, Winslow, Arizona VOL MARCH 25. 1905. No. 8 THERE AKE OTHER PLACES Where People Not Patrani e Their Home Merchants as They Should The editor of the Gallup Republican writes as follows the sending away for goods that could be bought at Similar conditions exist ia other towns and the article seems to apply to a town that many of our readers know of. hear business men com plaining that things don't move quick right There is a kind of depression in business suppose that the weather has something to do with it. There is still another The mail order business is killing this Every one sends east or west for They save a few cents by it. Mer chants complain bitterly about the but the worst of il is we let the cat out of why still let it be a secret among the very merchants do the The goods they don't which are needed for their own they order out of do these merchants deserve the support of the community V Do they have a right to Is that public We could give We are that the list would be too long. system is injurious to our town and we denounce it. We denounce it as an evil practice in but denounce it much more emphatically in all make our living heiv our money ought to stay One dollar sent away is lar less for the You say that you save a few Your neighbor will say the Every one can imitate Why not all order and insurance out of We do not need any stores Sears & will supply us from merchants this town will crusade must be vigorously carried against mail The welfare of the community is at Be not Iitt us be your Let your money go It will return to man who gets all his money in this towa and spends it outside is not only a nuisance to but a He against the community at He considers not only his he lives as if he was alone But for his action there would be nobody else living are the products of The most ot the taxes come from the merchants and people having faith in this built and bought If we have no tio property this will be a desert once there will be no public no is no just reason the matter and you will come to the same mail order must die out if we want this town to we can do so much better in St. New York or Chi let us get in our mail sealed and be delivered in some one of those there to live and Remarkable Who ever heard of the F. W. Murray proposes to raffle off his complete bowling pool and barber shop in The lucky number will get this paying property for the small sum of Only 1200 Tickets oh sale here in Church M. E. March 26th. Sunday 10 a. m. Services with 11 a. m. Junior 3 p. m. Epworth 7 p. m. Evening services with 8 p.m. Wednesday prayer and praise 7:30 p. Friday vesper 7:30 m. The Epworth League will give a social Thursday The Ladies Aid Society will meet at the parsonage Friday at 2 p. m. All ladies interested in the church O. LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK What Has Happened in Town Since Our Last Personal A Surprise I An election is being held today for the purpose of electing a school Daze is the retiring member of the They were a merry throng who last Tuesday evening invaded the beautiful home of Mrs. John The occasion being a surprise party in honor of Mrs. F. Stewart on the eve of her departure for Mrs. assisted by J. I. F. and Whist was the game which wiled fleeting time until all too soon the midnight when cards were laid Another hour at the refreshment after Mrs. Mrs. and Mrs McGinty Mrs. Stewart with an exquisite gold bourdoir As the whole affair was a complete surprise to Mrs she was visibly affected by this further token Mrs. J. S. Lyons and Mr. H. Keys won the whist The consolations went to Mrs. Gust Smith and Mr. T. Those who participated in this most pleasant Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Mr. and Mr. M. D. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mr. and Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs George H. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. J. D Mr. and Mrs. F. Mesdames Misses j Mr. J. C. Many were the expressions of love and showing the bond of true and lasting friendship which exists among the of a colored was fined by Judge Flinn for driving over a Woods Received Appointment The Phoenix Gazette has the following to appointment of J. of as a member of the Board of Equalization came as a great surprise to Mr. Woods as he was not in any sense an applicant for the position and did not have the slightest idea that his name would be sent in. He had been a- strong supporter of Mr. Nelson whom he will succeed and had done possible to indicate his preference to Governor Kibbey so when he was appointed he was surprised We congratulate our upon his and are glad to see that the new governor is remembering Northern St. Patrick's day was very beautifully celebrated at the home of Mrs. Brownell by an afternoon whist party in honor the visiting Mrs. of a friend of Mrs. and who has won the hearts of all who have met her during her visit The decorations were each table being numbered by The number cards were represented by Paddy's clay pipe and the scores by small green probably of gold and held by green The prize winners were Mrs. Gertrude Sampson and Mrs. Grandpa entertained the party with his violin and of the among the rest of the sweet old-time The ladies present Mesdames The Mexican that attempted to murder his wife at last week a hearing before Judge Hathorn He came at the woman with a large piece of railroad and she tried to run but he caught ber and struck at She warded off the blow with her and then another Mexican stopped him from hitting tha woman He was held to the grand jury under a which he failed to and is one of Sheriff Houck's mauy The the ;