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Dr.PRICE'S c T m Baking Powder Made from pure, grape cream of tartar Makes home baking easy. Nothing can be substituted for it in making, quickly and perfectly, delicate hot bis cuit, hot-breads, muffins, cake and pastry. Insures the food against alum. Pure, Healthful, Reliable NOTE. —If mixtures called baking powder are offered you at lower price, remember they are mostly made from alum, a metallic acid deleteiious to health. f LOCAL NEWS I 4 I Mr. and Mrs. Hc\dt returned to Las Vegas Wednesday. Keeler, the druggist, sells the best stationery in town. Mrs. Kate Pickett, of Pres cott. is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Kelly. __ The finest of Bishop's candies at Keeler's drug store Dr. 0. S. Brown made a pro fessional call to Holbrook on Wednesday. Keeler, the druggist, carries the best cigars in Winslow. i Supervisor Cresswell left for Holbrook Thursday to attend a mteting of the Board. Go to A E. Peltzel for fine tailoring. Suits sl6 and up Satisfaction guaranteed. A woman residing in the east side of town decided to scare her husband who is quite a hard drinker, so he would reform. To do this she procured the cos tume of a devil from Los An geles. Last Saturday night when the erring spouse came home feeling happy she quickly donned the costume. As her lord and master (?) opened the door, she stepped forward and said in sepulchral tones: "Come 1 with me; lam the devil.” The result rather startled her, as the response which greeted her was: “Zat so? Shake ol’ boy; I'm j your brother-in-law, I married your sister.” : C A. Snow & Co., patent law yers of Washington, D. C., now have ready their dairy and mem orandum book for 1907, which they will send on receipt of 2 cents postage. This little book is useful. No where else that we know can so much be had for so little. "MY WIPE’S EASILY” At the Opera House To morrow Night. A success artistically and laugh producing from the start, is the remarkable and pleasing record accorded "My Wife's Family;” a three act farce comedy, writ ten by Hal Stephens and Harry Linton, which was brought out last season. Built for laughing purposes only, it accomplished its end. with .the result that re turn dates were played at many of the leading cities by special request of managers and the theatre-going public. The at traction will be seen in this city tomorrow night, Due. 31. COMING EVENTS at Wins low Opera House: Dec. 30 —My Wife’s Family. Dec. 31 Catholic Ladies’ dance. Jan. s—Daughters—Daughter of Colorado. Jan. 18 —‘Tkey and Abey.” Feb. 7—A Messenger Boy. Feb. 0 Squire Tompkin’s Day. Mar 6—" Are You Crazy?” Mar. 13—Ethel Tucker Stock Company. Mar. 20—Cripple Creek. Mar. 21 and 22—Hans Hanson. Mar. 31—Nettie, the News Girl. A. E. (JILEAUI), (••FRISKY") Druggist. START THE IMEW YEAR With a Paid Up Sub scription to the : : WINSLOW MAIL ONLY $2.00 A YEAR. THE WINSLOW MAIL Courteous Treatment to All. \ 1 Our Meats are fresh and of the Best Quality obtainable. 1" rui itss and Vegetables Os all kinds are always on nand in their season. Sausages, Fish. Oysters, Etc. AVe endeavor to give satisfaction in all these lines, and keep our stock contin ually replenished. HOURS: Open from 6:30 a. m. to 6p. m. Saturdays open to Bp. m. Sundays, from 6 to 9a. m J. I. KRENTZ & CO. HOTEL European Plan. Rates from 50c to SI Per Day Sample Room, Bar and Restaurant in Connection 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 Paid on Time Deposits “The Proof of Good Service is Constant Growth” Resources Jan’y Ist, 1906, $200,000,00 J. H. CasfFeman CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Dealer in LUMBER. Job Work a . Specially Shop Cor.2dSt.and Apache Ave. * with Donahue’s blacksmith shop WIGWAM SALOON LOUIS KORN, Prop. Finest Liquors, Cigars and Wines on Tap Day and Night. Club Rooms in Connection. Third Street.