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on the farrv in ihc woods -jt V | «n the wo/Ksmjp, thousands of ££ | workers everywhere wear }p! Levi Strauss & Go's | Opper Riveted Overalls p Additional Locals Geo. Jewett left for the west this morning. Fresh line of candies and oranges at Dearing’s. Mayor Burbage returned from Kansas City this week. For Sale —A good paying busi ness. Impure at post office. Dr.Chilson is in Snowflake this week on professional business. Wanted —To rent, a furnished house. Address C, this office. W. E Secord and wife left this week for El Paso to visit friends. Swank is the best shoemaker in town. At the Golden Rule Mrs. F. M. Carter left for Hartford, Cal., during the week. LOST —A gold pin initialed J. W. B. Return to this office and receive reward. Six new engines for the North west Pacific Railroad passed through here yesterday. To have your clothes neatly cleaned and pressed take them to Fairchild, the up-to-date tailor. Conductor F.E Ennis returned from Los Angeles where he has been visiting with his wife and mother. For social, medicinal or house hold uses I. W. HARPER whis key is the best and the safest. The most popular high grade whiskey on the market. Sold by Louis Korn. Condr. L. T. Kleindienst left lor San Francisco Monday morn ing, where he expects to visit for the next thirty days. This is the season for plant ing trees. Persons desiring trees, either cottonwood or lo cust, can leave orders at this office. T. H. Shutlin. Supervis or of Streets. W. G. Elder was in Winslow this week visiting the merchants in the interest of Haas, Baruch N: Co., of Los Angeles. I Persons having books belong ing to the Winslow Circulating j Library will kindly return the same to Dr. Chilson’s office. j[ COFFEE The world is full of anonymous coffee: “Java and Mocha.” Who returns your money if you don’t like ’em ? Your grocer returns your mn-rj if you don’t !:l;e Si hilling's Best: w<* rnv I. -i. R. A. Allen, representing the Cudahy Packing Company, was a Winslow visitor this week looking after the interests of that firm. H. C. Chase, Asst. Supt. of Telegraph, visited the local office this week noting the improve ments and enlargement of the office. Mrs. R. L. Moore returned this week from Kentucky, having been absent tor the past three months visiting with relatives | and friends. Harry B. Takken, cashier for Fred Harvey, left Sunday for Chicago to be absent about thir ty days during which time he will visit with relatives in and around Chicago. George Weinert, who for the past few years has been manager of the grocery department of the Babbitt Bros Mere. Co.’s store, has resigned his position and left for Prescott find Phoenix tolook up a business location. He was I succeeded by Corson Perry, ol Los Angeles. TEA There’s plenty of hum bug in tea; not one ounce I in a ton Schilling’s Best. Your grocer returns your money if you don’t like it; we pay him. HEALTH CntttmmtEtl H.G.B. ALEXANDER. PRES. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. tC^^L^3oassA. j Prompt and liberal claim payments j have made Continental Policies popular. Policies of positive protection for 1 JII risks at lowest prices^^^^- Agents Wanted Continental Casualty Company Mutual Savings Bank Bldg. 1 San Francisco California PRIMARY ELECTION. The lollowing persons were elected delegates to the respec tive party conventions to beheld March 16th, at the primaries held yesterday: Democrats Chas. L. Flinn W. G Kelly W.H. Burbage Don Chisholm C. L. Hathaway R. C. Creswell J. J. Garcia Geo. P. Sampson P. A. Ward W. A. Parr W. E. Floyd C. D. Hanev Henry Heide Lloyd C. Henning E. T. Isherwood William Daze W. P. Geary Riley Walcott M. D. Todd C. P. Reeder B. Stiles F. T. LaPrade Total Votes Cast 50 Peoples’ G. R. Bauerbach W. Williams C. E. Gaston U. Z. Rand J. E. Ward D. E. Hanks Dr. F. H. Waite Pete Henderson P. A. Ward F. T. LaPrade Total Votes Cast 28 Socialists R. B. Eastman E. A. Wing D. A Lenhart W. G. Kelly O. Young F. Seeger Chas. McCauley C. W. Sperry V. E. Butner Theo. Shuflin Total Votes Cast 30 Regulate the bowels by taking Dr. Miles’ Nerve and Liver Pills. 50 doses 25 cents. Smallest, mildest, surest. NEW LAW passed by Congress forbidding railroad operators working more than nine hours a day, has created demand for about 30.000 more telegraph operators than can now be secured. Railroad companies have cut rail road wires Into Telegraphy Departments of DRAUGHON’S Practical Business Colleges. For booklet, “Why Learn Telegraphy?” call or address Jno. F. Draughon, Pres, at LI Paso, San Antonio, Dallas or Kansas City. BUSINESS men say DRAUGHON’S Is THE BEST. THREE months’ Bookkeeping by DitAUGHON’S copyrighted methods equals MX elsewhere. 75% of the U. S. COURT RE PO RTERS write the Shorthand Draughon teaches. Write for prices on lessons in short hind, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, etc., BY MAIL or AT COLLEGE. 30 Colleges In 17 States. POSITION S secured or MO NE Y BACK. Enter any time: no vacation. Catalogue FREE. NOTICE. Council Room, Winslow, Arizona February 21st, 1908. Whereas, the Town Council of the Incorporated Town of Wins low, Territory of Arizona, be lieving it for the best interests of the said town, have accepted and adopted that certain act of the 24th Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona known as Chapter 98, by reso lution made and entered the 21st day of February 1908, in meet ing assembled; and. Whereas, said act will operate in lieu of the present charter of the said town; and Whereas, said act provides that the matter of the final ac ceptation or rejection of saicl act, and the subsitution of said act in lieu of the present char ter, shall be determined by the qualified electors of the town; It is Therefore Ordered and Notice is Hereby Given, that on the 16th day of March A. D. 1908, between the hours of 7 o’clock a. m. and 5 o’clock p. m., at the Opera House in said Town of Winslow, a special election will be held for the purpose of accepting or rejecting said act and charter. The following are hereby ap pointed officers of the said elec tion: Inspectior, J. E. Warde. Judges, W. B. Flinn and Robt, Fenton. Clerks, Benj. Downs and Guy Mapes. Marshal of Election, E T. Isherwood. Given under my hand at the Council Rooms of the said Town of Winslow, this 21st day of February, A. D. 1908. W. A. PARR, Mayor pro tern Attest: C. J. WOLFF, Clerk. SOCIALIST TICKET Nominations for town officers by Navajo Socialist Club, Wins low Local: Town Council — R. B. Eastman, E. A. Wing, D. A. Lenhart, W. G. Kelly, O. Young, F. Seeger, .Chas, McCauley. Town Marshal — C. W. Sperry. Town Clerk— V. E. Butner. Supervisor of Streets— Theo. Shuflin. T. E. Dye, Secretary. Rheumatic Pains relieved by use ot Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Pills. 25 doses 25 cts.