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An Apology. On account of the editor be ing slightly indisposed this week, this belated edition only appears in four pages. A num ber of ads have been omitted. Mrs. C. L. Flinn's health has been greatly improved since go ing to ibe lower altitude of Southern California. Mrs. 1). D. Carter left Sunday morning for Prescott where she will visit awhile with her sister. Mrs. C. S. Taylor. For tine tailoring go to Pelt zel *s. Engineer Wilson and family returned to Winslow Sunday night and will again make their home here. Deputy Sheriff W. A Camp bell. of Flagstaff, was here on business Wednesday and Thurs day. Two furnished houses to rent. Inquire of Mrs. L. Korn. R. E. Williams, the Santa Fe's rock quarry foreman, was here for the Fourth. Miss .Jennie Downs returned Monday night from an extended visit in Los Angeles. J. F. McCarroll, a cattleman of Navajo, was here Tuesday on business matters. Several members of Ricke man's steel tank gang spent the Fourth here. A Hard Lot of troubles to contend with, spring from a torpid liver and blockaded bowels, unless you awaken them to their proper action with Dr. King's New Life Pills; the pleasantest and most effective cure for constipa tion. They prevent appendici tis and tone up the system. 25c at all druggists. Chamberlain s Cough Remedy Cures Coil's, Croup and Whooping Cough. WIGWAM SALOON LOUIS KORN, Prop. Finest Liquors, Cigars and Wines on Tap Day and Night. Club Rooms in Connection. Third Street. IKILL*"« COUGH 1 BAND CURE the LUNCSI j W H Dr. Kings I New Dis63¥@ry ___ /Consumption Price £ FDR k OuGHS and 50c & SI.OO Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TRCU3- ! RES, or MONEY RACK. Go to A. E. DILLARD, Druggist, For the BEST ICE CREAM and the COLDEST BOOT BEER in Town. WATCHES save rnouey and you earn money by buying of me. Reliable timekeeper, stem wind and stem set, niekle case watch, 95 cents delivered. SSame as above in gun metal case $1.15 delivered. In gold plated case, thin model,stem wind and stem set, looks like a $25.00 watch, delivered at your post office for $1.35. These watches are as represented and will give satifaction to all. Se lect vonr watch and remit to J. .1 CARMICHAEL, Congress Jet, Ariz. The '& Vienna, Bakery Still Does Business at the Old Stand Bread, Cakes and Pies, Hew Line of Candies. Saratoga Chips. Your Money’s Worth. Indian Curios she Cheapest I Home i ■ To have a happy home 9 M you should have children, K |I They are great happy-home 9 gg makers. If a weak woman, 9 jfl you can be made strong 9 M enough to bear healthy chil- Jf 9 dren, with little pain or dis- 9 9 comfort to yourself,by taking ft 7 CARDIfI • A Tonic for Women 9 9 It will ease all your pain, reduce A ■ inflammation, cure leucorrhea, 9 ■ (whites), falling womb, ovarian 9 9 trouble, disordered menses, back- I ■ ache, headache, etc., and make Jf 9 childbirth natural and easy. Try it. 9 9 At all dealers in medicines, in 9 9 “DUE TO CARDUI 9 9 is my baby girl, now two weeks 9 9 old,” writes Mrs. J. Priest, of Web- 9 9 ster City, lowa. “She is a fine 9 SS healthy babe and we are both doing 9 ■j nicely. 1 am still taking Cardui, E ■k and would not be without it in 9 THE: WINSLOW . V \AIL Notice. Office of the Board of Supervis ors. Navajo County. Holbrook, Arizona, May 31, 1906. By order of the Board of Su pervisors it is hereby directed that a registration of the voters of Navajo County, Arizona, be Commenced Business July 21st, 1900. Navajo County Bank DEPOSITS: Dec. 3d, 1902 $93,628.33 Dec. 23d, 1904 $101,334.54 December 23d, 1905 $147,199.09 5% Paid on Time Deposits “The Proof of Good Service is Constant Growth” Resources Jar/y Ist, 1906, $200,000.00 CORONADO TENT CITY Coronado Beach, Cal The finest summer resort on the Pacific Coast, and a delightful place to spend your vacation. : : : : : Boating Bathing ‘Fishing-Music For full information regarding rates for tents and cottages, railroad fare, time of trains, etc, Ask Any SANTA Agen , European Plan. Rates from 50c to SI Per Day Sample Room, Bar and Restaurant in Connection * made for the general election to be held November 6, 1906. Registration to be closed 21 days prior to the date of elec tion . Witness my hand and seal of office this 31st day of May, 190 b. (Seal) A. F. McAllister. Clerk of the Board. First publication June 2, 1906: last publication October 6, 1906.