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&helPiuolou>|jttaU PUBLISHED SATURDAYS Subsckipiion, T« o Doi-laks pek Yeah. —= I i Enteied in the Post office at Winslow as second class matter. LLOYD C. HENNING. Editor and Proprietor. Ad subscriptions payable in advance. Eve* y subscriber’s paper will be stopped at expiration of subscription. OFFICIAL PAPHR OF NAVAJO COUNTY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1907. “Sis Hopkins” There must he much more than curiosity that impels the theater going public to accept a play season after season and year after year with little change of miner importance in the produc tion. T here must be cleanliness and deep heart interest and origin ality of expression. In fact the play must he classic, and that is just why that pure comedy play of pure Hoosier country life, “Sis Hopkins,” is received year alter 3 ear with increasing en thusiasm. Miss Rose Melville, who creat ed the title role, is still playing the leading character, that of the shy and awkwarklittlecoun try girl, whose mannerisms aw aken the interest of her hearers, is now making her eighth tour of the country and the success which she is meeting with is more brilliant and pronounced than ever. This season’s tour is the long est in point of distance that Miss Melville has ever made and her company has been so strength ened by her manager, J J.Stirl-j ing, that every part is perfectly i cast. Every actor is a specialist! in the particular character he portrays. The famous seminary scene has been tilled to the uttermost with new specialty and brilliant bits j of comedy. The above company will play * here Monday night, Februaryl 4th. They have just finished a two weeks’ engagement in Los! Angeles and are on their way East, but have been induced by the management to stop oft here. A troupe of the above class sel-| dom stops here. / V Neighbors Dot Fooled “ I was literally coughing my self to death, and had become too weak to leave my bed; and neighbors predicted that I would never leave it alive; but they got fooled, for thanks be to God. I was induced to try Dr. | King's New Discovery. It took just four one dollar bottles to completely cure my cough and restore me to good health.” writes Mrs Eva Uncapher. of Grovertown. Stark Co , Ind. This King of cougli and cold cures, and healer of throat and lungs, is guaranteed by all drug gists. 50c. arid *1 .00. Trial bottle free. Church Notes. Regular services will be held at the M. FT. Church Sun day as follows: Sunday School, 10 a. m. Epworth League, 7:15 p. m. Preaching. 7:45 p. m. ~ Rising From the Grave A prominent manufacturer, Wm A Fertwell, of Lucama, N. C., relates a remarkable ex perience. He says: ‘ After tak ing less than three bottles o Electric Bitters I feel like one rising from the grave. My trouble is Bright’s disease, in the diabetes stage I fully be lieve Electric Bitters will cure me permanently, for it has al ready stopped the liver and bladder complications, which have troubled me for years ” Guaranteed at all druggists 50c. vThe finest of Bishop's candies at Keeler’s drug store. / Croup Begins with the symptoms of a common cold; there is ctiilli . | ness, sneezing, sore throat, hot skin, quick pulse, hoarseness and impeded respiration. Give frequent and small dosesof Hal liard's Horehound Syrup, (the (child will cry for it) and at the | first sign of croupy coughing apply frequently Ballard's Snow ; Liniment to the throat. Mrs. A. Vliet. New Castle, j Colo., writes. March 19, 1902: “I think Ballard’s Horehound I Syrup a wonderful remedy, and |so pleasant to take. Sold by ! Babbitt Bros. Mercantile Co ! Keeler, the druggist, sells the stationery in town. trnWm OF ALBUQURQUE Is represented by C. P. 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If your food doesn’t taste just right, or if your digestion is a little “off,” or your appetite is poor, drink Pabst Blue Ribbon beer before or with your meals, and find out for yourself how good it is. W® paint These brands will last twice and as long as any other on the WPS+PTTI market and are guaranteed to . give RIGHT RESULTS. VamiSiieS MADE BY 'P |E M c MurtryMfg.Co. PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS - DENVER FOR SALE 8Y.... P. A. WARD, Carpenter and Builder. Transfer, Livery, peed and Sales Stable R. C. CRESWELL, PROP. Live Sfocfc Tnspscfor for District Mo. 2. Deafer Goaf, Hay and Grain. Saddfe Horses and Rigs for Ass Parts of the Country RATES REASONABLE COMING EVENTS at Wins | low Opera House: i Feb. 7—A Messenger Boy. Feb, 9 Squire Tompkin’s Day. Feb. 26. —O’Brien Burns prize tight pictures. Mar. 6—“ Are You Crazy?” Mar. L3—Ethel Tucker Stock Company. Mar. 20 —Cripple Creek. Mar. 21 and 22 —Hans Hanson. 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