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GOT THE DAUGHTER AND A JOB. “'So you want my daughter do you?” said the proprietor of the newspaper to the young man who was sitting ner vously on the edge of a chair in the parlor. “Yes, sir.” “Have you spoken to her on the sub ject?” “She’s willing, sir, and referred me to you.” “But how do you know you love her?” “How do I know!” gasped the young man. “I give you my word, sir, that I haven’t eaten a square meal in two months, and sleep is almost out of the question for thinking of her.” “Young man, there’s some style tc that talk. I think you may come intc the family. I need a man of your abil ity to swear to the circulation of mj paper.’’—Milwaukee Sentinel. Victorious. Two young men, both residents in a large Scottish city, met one day in the street. “Wee!, Tam,” said the first, “I hear ye're in love wi’ bonny Kate Mc- Allister.” “I must say,” replied the other, “I wis near—verra near—it; but the lass had nae siller, so I said to mysel’, ‘Mac, be a mon.’ And I was a mon, and noo I pass her wi’ silent con tempt.” TWO DIFFERENT THINGS. Maud —Do you think a man can marry on $1,200 a year? Ethel —Yes, dear, he can marry on it, but he can’t live on it. —Chicago Journal. Hardened. Mrs. Kevson —Wern’t you fright ened when the bull bellowed at you because of your new red cos tume’ Mrs. Puson —No; you see my hus band went on just the same when he got the bill. Then They Went Off. “It strikes me that you are loaded,” said the pistol to the double-barrel shotgun. “Oh, not quite,” rejoined the latter. “I’m only half-shot.” Whereupon they both exploded with laughter.—Chicago Daily News. Knew Better. “There’s no changing a leopard’s spots,” remarked the visitor at the zoo. “Oh, yes there Is,” said the keeper. “I saw a lion fighting with one once, and he knocked the spots clean out of him.” —Detroit Free Press. THE WINSLOW AVAIL The Arizona Fair Phoenix, Ariz., Oct. 27, 1907. I Lloyd C. Henning, Editor, j , Holbrook, Arizona. Dec'ir Sir: — Unusual interest exists at pres ent -at the Fair grounds in the different departments. Many have been employed to clean up and get in readiness the grounds and buildings. The grounds pre sent the appearance of a small city —life and energy being evi dent in every direction. There are now quartered in the various live stock departments hundreds of animals from differ ent parts of the territory and many imported from other states for exhibition purposes and to | contest in the award of premiums. Horses of every description have been assigned to their stalls ranging from the largest Perch eron and Shires to the smallest ofShetlands. In the racing de partment hundreds are now here exercising on the track and have listed among them the most not jed of horses. Dan Patch, the ! greatest of all pacers, and Cres eeus, king of trotters, accompan- I ied bv their running pace makers ; are occupying them stalls. Other horses that might lie mentioned, to show the class of harness hor ses that are entered, are Argot Boy, one of Deßyder’s fast pa cers, and Kinney Lou, the fast trotting stallion belonging to Budcl Doble. These and many other fast horses are now taking their daily workouts. A list of high class horses could be men tioned, if space permitted, which would include a large number of j the greatest horses known. Many interesting exhibits have been made in the agricultural, mineral, woman’s and education al departments. Amusements i and attractions have been pro vided by the commission for those who attend, that their time may be agreeably occupied. The Fair management is using their utmost endeavor to provide I entertainment and accommoda tions for all who attend. For those who prefer not to secure apartments at hotels, arrange ments have been made with the Board of Trade whereby they can procure rooms in private j families. Rates have been made by the , different railroads of the terri torv to and from the Fair that are the lowest ever known. Very truly yours, Geo. E. Truman, j Secretary. To check a cold quickly, get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Pre ventics. Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Preventics, for they are not only safe, but decidedly certain and prompt. 1 Preventics contain no Quinine . no laxative, nothing harsh nor sickening. Taken at the “sneeze stage” Preventics will prevent Pneumonia, Bronchitis. La Grippe, etc. Hence the name, Preventics. Good for feverish children. 48 Preventics 25 cts. Trial boxes 5 cents. Sold by W. A Keeler. COFFEE ! Your grocer must sell ! poor coffee; we can’t all be comfortable; but he needn’t sell it to you. Your grocer returns your money if you don’t like Schilling’s Best: we pay him. A tickling cough, from any cause, is quickly stopped by Dr. Shoop’s Cough Cure. And it is so thoroughly harmless and safe, that Dr. Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young babies. The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a 1 ting healing mountainous shrub, furnish the curative properties to Dr. Shoop’s Cough Cure. It calms the cough, and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes. No opium, no chlo roform, nothing harsh used to iniure or supress. Simply a resi nous plant extract, that helps to heal aching lungs The Span iards cal 1 this shrub which the Doctor uses,“The Sacred Herb.” Demand Dr. Shoop’s. Take no other. W. A. Keeler. health MSOJlMNCKaccidbnt Coxttittffnkd jCmuuautp H.G.B. ALEXANDER, PRES. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Prompt and liberal claim payments haie made Continental Policies popular Policies of positive protection for all risks at lowest prices-^—?**- Agents Wanted Continental Casualty Company Mutual Savings Bank Bldg. San Francisco California I Pineules are for the Kidneys I and Bladder. They bring quick! relief to backache, rheumatism, i lumbago, tired worn out feeling. ; They produce natural actiou of the kidneys. 30 days treat ment §ll.OO. Money refunded if Pineules are not satisfactory. Sold by Winslow Drug Store. Remember the 3rd Annual Territorial Fair, Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 11th to 16th. EXCURSION TO Phoenix, Arizona AND RETURN Account of the THIRD ARIZONA TERRITORIAL FAIR Nov. 11 and 16/07 $9.30 ROUND TRIP GOOD FOR RETURN November 18,1907 NO STOPOVERS ALLOWED We are glad to answer questions B. L. Holmes V |i|| y Winslow, Ariz Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request, by Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. These tests are proving to the people—without a penny’s cost —the great value of this scien tific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop’s Catarrh Remedy. Sold by W. A. Keeler. Poij & Shimizu Dealers in Vegetables and Fruits Our fruits and vegetable are received fresh each morning and our prices can’t be beat. Buy at our stand or from our wagon. Two Doors East of Rand-Dagg. Coming Attractions. Nov. 27—Wolford Stock Co. Dec. 3—Peck’s Bad Boy. “ 31 —Eagle Eye. Jan. 6 —Two Merry Tramps. “ 19 —For Mother’s Sake. “ 29 —Toyland. Feb. 16 —Are You Crazy? “ 23 —Holy City. Mar. 22—Desperate Chance. Apr. I—Ma’s1 —Ma’s New Husband. “ 21—Billy Berry’s Min strels.