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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Winslow, Arizona tiry Metropolis of Northern Arizona County Official Paper THE Official Paper OVER 5,000 WEEKLY READERS VOL 18. Single Copies 10 Cents NAVAJO NOVEMBER 25, 1911 Copies 10 Cents NO. 31. CHURCH BAZAAR The given iiy ladies last Thursday and Friday of the cess from start to The ladies all worked hard and their able efforts were rewarded by a very liberal patronage by the Winslow public and numerous visitors from Numerous articles were auctioned and Among the articles for which chances sold was a Cluny Lace Luncheon of the best which by Mrs. S. L. she having the lucky number of 194. A work table cloth was won by Miss number 23. A. J. Ratelle had number 97, which won the drawn work luncheon The Navajo rug was won by Okie R. Asbury with number 24. There were numerous other small articles The doll contest between little Misses Margaret Dadey and Ag nes Kelly was a very of the great interest being taken by the parents of the Margaret Dadey received 988 votes and Agnes Kelly 683. The supper given each evening by the ladies drew large crowds and the second evening the ladies tun short of supplies early in the was every evening and the evidently themselves - Friday afternoon from four until eight o'clock the children had their masquerade and the floor was with children irf various beautiful and unique Prizes were awarded Masters John Drumm and Walter who impersonated a negro they receiving a pair of shoes Not until after the prizes were awarded did the ladies who act ed as judges know they were awarding the prizes to two believing that Walter Creswell was a so well they act their part. Favorable mention was made of Margaret Ruth both having beautiful The receipts were as Ten doll fancy candy apron doll cash fish auction Leav ing net profit of All in all this was one of the most successful that was ever given by the Catholic who are well pleased with the result and thank one and all for their liberal MAN FOUND DEAD ON THE PRAIRIE j Monday morning ah old man was dead on the prairie a from the road Canyon and Clear six miles south of by a sheep from the condition he was found in and his appearance the of hunger and found in his pockets name is presumed to be J. investigation it was found that he started out from Kansas City on his way to according to a railroad ticket that was found on his Why he left the train and stopped over in Winslow is not He came into Winslow the morning of the 14th on which train Milo N. Thompson was conductor and who remem bered seeing the He was also seen in round house the train had and it is presumed that while walking along the foad to Clear he off the right of way and got From indications the man probably had been dead three or four days before he was Undertaker W. A. Parr took charge of the gave them a fitting Papers found on his person showed that he was a veteran of the civil and Undertaker Parr is making investigations thru the War in regard to any living relatives the dead man may have - Carrying out the purpose of the Forestry Service to have telephone connection between all forest rangers and the supervisor's a line crew in charge of Supt. Cheeney has just completed the stringing of wire from to the Waterous Station and are now at work ex tending it to the Marquette occupied as summer and winter by Ranger Sidney P. democratic candidate for secretary of was a Winslow visitor last Sun day from Good Music at the dance the Opera House t in Episcopal Services Owing to things we are glad to say that the regular Episcopal services will be held here this Sunday at 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. In last week's issue we were in error regarding the Sunday School because Sunday School is held every with Mrs. Henderson in The choir meets every Friday at in the and we hope to have at least 20 out next as we are anxious to get a good start on bur Christmas and if everyone continues to work as hard as they are working the Christmas service ought to be the best ever held in this We invite all that are fond of good music to work with There will be a Thanksgiving service at 8 o'clock this coming Thursday On Dec. 3rd, services will be held as usual at 11 in the the text and in the evening at 8 Rev. Meade will talk on China and his work continuing his talk of several weeks ago on this These talks are very everyone is K. L. H. was in his work in that capacity this week by night chief dispatcher A. R. Mr. Ball having resigned and is again working a regular E. Schaefer was promoted to night chief in place of Mr. democratic candidate for returned Sunday morning from his visit with Mrs. who is visiting with relatives at San STOCK AND RANGE 1911 Restore Prosperity to Arizona RALPH HOVAL A. J. S. Arizona's progressive ional will address the people of at the Opera Tuesday Nov. 28th, 7:30 p. in. COME OUT AND HEAR THE The best obtainable in woolen underwear may be found at Babbitt Bros. the Guaranteed in every f Miss Mary a teacher these four years will be married in on the 26th, to E. C. This young a woman of superior intelligence and kindly had endeared herself to the people of Winslow during her long residence and the best of good wishes for a long and happily wedded life will be extended to her from her many friends in this After a brief touring the the couple will be to their friends in their handsome new home at a suburb of Los Furnished Rooms for for ligh t housekeeping Also good single sleeping well clean and Rates Inquire at Mail * At a meeting of the County Board of to be held December 4, the ques tion of a bridge over Creek will be It is thought that some of the members of the Territorial Board of Control will be present in regard this It is understood that the bridge in question will be a one span affair and will cost in the of Juan an Old Mexico while stealing a lost his hold and fell under the wheels of a moving freight train near th it was into cutting off his legs near the brought to Winslow and taken charge of by but owing to the loss of blood he did not survive the Undertaker Parr tooK charge of the remains and buried them in j the local Reves a man of ut 30 years of Conductor Frank in charge oi the work train at A was in town last having come in for repairs to the | and improved the time by I ing with Methodist Episcopal i - Sunday School at 10 a. m. Ada C. Supt. 11 a. m. and 7:45. Morning T h a n k The First Junior League 2:30 p. m. Miss Supt. Ep worth League 7:15 p m. Mrs. and Bible Study Wed at 8:00 p. m. Choir p m ' J. Andrew Special to line of a fresh stock of ammunition at Babbitt tile * given by Lodge 477, B. of R. Thanksgiving Nov. 29th, at Winslow Opera 50 The corner stone of the New Snowflake Stake Academy will be laid Thanksgiving day and a fitting program for the occasion has been arranged in the way of song and which will be folio wed by a three days contest of basket ball by the teams of the Flagstaff St. John's Academy and the Snowflake Stake Academy Each team will do its best to win over the other and no doubt ir will be a very interesting and entertaining The work of rebuilding the new academy at Snowflake has been progressing rapidly all this and it will be but a short time when new more and will cover the ground which were formerly occupied by the old buildings which were totally destroyed by hre some eighteen months Mrs. G. R. gave a delightful last Tues November 21. Guests were Mesdames Don La Miss Mahoney and Mrs. Henry Warren of St. Jose h whist was played until when delicious refreshments were served Mrs. Saunders won first prize and both were handsome linen tablecloths Mrs Creswell won the a linen B. A. Rholes pnd wife returned Sunday from San Francisco and other coast where they had been visiting for some weeks Kansas City Stock Nov. 20, 3 911.-Through cattle receipts here last week less than than the preceeding and not as large as the corresponding week last the weakened a little under the influence of heavy marketing of short fed cattle at Chicago the first half of the Losses were smallest on range stockers and feeders The run to-day is 21,000 cattle and liberal at market steady to 10 Stockers and feeders that are of desirable breeding and colors are as high as any Colorado feeders bringing up to and yearlings 15.40. Beef steers from the mountains section sell to cows and heifets 00 to New Mexico and panhandle stock steers and calves are generally well bred and sell near the feeders up to and stockers heifers up to and cows at 50 to veals and heavy calves around Corn is higher than a year but finished are selling at fancy and demand absorbs the offerings at steady to firm Prime fed natives brought to last highest prices paid in two This kind of arj the best here holiday T of next week is. going cut some figure in fat the increased offerings of and game at that time furnish buyers with a Hog receipts here last were 85,000 the largest run this The market advanced in the face of this 10 to 15 due partly to the improved quality of the but mostly because packers want the The run is 15, 000 here market off lOto 15 top bulk 80 to che bulk taking in all the which sell from 25 downwards Pigs bring to Sheep and lambs supplies are falling off but Chicago still gets enough to offset the good effect light runs might Lambs gained a little last but sheep lost The run is 13,000 market steady to best lambs worth yearlings 25 to 65, wethers 25 to ewes to 50. Some tie feeders who have lost hogs sick which is prevalent in the corn c have turned to sheep and lambs this and more have gone Out than were figured on the first of the The season for them about the 3fe PAINTER RAND COMMITS SUICIDE S. H. Rand a painter and recent arrival in town from N. committed suicide early Sunday taking a dose of strychnine resulted in death a few minutes been drinking heavily the night before generally disagreeable around the house where he all that following morning he was called to task for his actions of fore by the ' proprietor of the % house and was ordered to the ly afterward a groaning heard by the other occupants of the house and upon investigating they found Rand on the bed in A doctor was immediately to do any Justice Waite impanelled a jury and at the inquest of suicide by poisoning was taker W. A. Parr took remains and buried them in the local a man of about years of age and up to ths present time no one has givr any information as living is thought that he has some relatives in El Tex. u is best selling at lights and inferior lambs at to Packers are very which makes a wide range in prices of the various kinds of kil ling sheep and Market Turkey and Both can be at the City Meat lames C. came io town the early part of the week from his ranch quarters in the mountains to attend to some business matters and visit for a few days with his many Now 17. W. Dear Sir and Friend Alio w me to say to you that we are through with our Everything has been so. very 4m proud to say to you that I had one of the finest looking corpses that has beep shipped to any portion of the us t as well preserve i is when we last saw it and just as well itt Many hundreds of compliments on account of the works and great distance - Reached line 3 miles about five hours too late tb make At noon on Nov. 15th met. my half-brother at and with succeeded in making arrangements with the railroad company for special with engine and one a distance of only 35 This galenic a chance hold the corpse in 12 burying 2:30 the 16th. I have two sisters and a er who met us Arthur and myself are quite to reach Winslow by 10. I have a Mr. Sam who has a one son and two young who are coming to Winslow with me. I also expect my who is in Oklahoma to us tb Accept our many thanks for the kind and affectionate care and treatment from and all our many and dear F. T. Tons i if backs md chickens for sale at the City * f Deputy U. S. Marshal of a Winslow visitor this week mm on i rig witnessed - Julian tried n the Jo
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