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B Copper Riveted OveraHs I Additional Locals Miss Alberta Parr returned this week from Flagstaff, where she has been attending the Normal. WANTED Either a partner or stock to run on shares. Have | good range for 500 head, spring! and well water and locations fori tanks. A good business propo-! sition worth investigation. Have j some stock on range now. Lock Box 122, Winslow, Ariz. 1 1 George Rickie, of Flagstaff, i spent the week here visiting with . friends. You can have any newspaper! published delivered to you at! your residence every' day. Just name the one that you want to us and we will get it. The Post Office Store. —TURKISH CIGARETTES—i We now carry in stock the following popular cigarettes manufactured by Anargyros and Company. Turkish Pets, Egyptian Nemesis, Corkers and Shabak. These are among the best cigarettes on the market and are favored by lovers of the “vile weed” in this form. Try a box and see if we are not right. | -IHE POST OFFICE STORE Brakeman E. O. Briminstool : accompanied by his wife, left for lan extended trip East last Mon j day. Every home should have its daily newspaper. We will supply that want and you won’t have |to come after it every day. It | will be delivered to you. The Post Office Store. Miss Eunice Kling, apprentice operator for the Santa Fe, has been transferred from Winslow to the office at Chambers. j I TEA Not 1 in 1000 who buy Schilling’s Best wants the money. I Your grocer returns your money if you don't like Schilling’s Best: we pay him, j Mrs. A. R. Woods, wife of Dis i patcher Woods, made a short ' visit to Ash Fork the early part | of the week. i There is always something mis j ing without I. W. HARPER , whiskey. It’s so old and so ex tensively used everywhere that !we should find it hard to get 1 along without it. Sold by L. KORN. C. L. Flinn returned from Trin idad Wednesday. Mrs. Flinn will remain with her sister for some time. A tennis club has been organiz-1 1 ed here to play during the sum mes. The membership is increas ing rapidly. COFFEE You can buy something called “coffee” at 10c lb with 3000 miles of R R freight from the roaster; don’t Your grocer returns your money 11 you don’t tike Schilling’s Best: we pay him. Mrs. Ree Stockton, of Williams, mother of Mrs. J. D LaChance, is visiting her daughter here this week. Hurry if you want pictures. All work finished before we leave for i Williams. Mishler & Walker. Mrs. C. Willis left for Los Ange les last Saturday on No. 1 where she will visit with relatives for some time to come. LOST—Unmounted Elks’ tooth. Return to Post Office Store. Insist upon DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. There are substi tutes, but there is only one ori ginal. It is healing, soothing and cooling and is especially good for piles. Sold by Winslow Drug Store, A. E. Gillard, Prop, T. A. Cline, apprentice opera tor, has been put in charge of the ; Santa Fe station at Canyon Di ablo, being transferred therefrom duty at Thoreau. Kodak finishing to order. Mish ler & Walker. H. R. (Doc) Dearing returned last Saturday from Chicago where he has spent the past tw.o months undergoing surgical treatment for his injured leg. All the popular magazines are for sale at the Post Office Store. Young Marley last week dis posed of his interest in the Mar ley Meat Market and left tor Mexico, where he will remain for some time. Typewriter ribbons at the Post Office Store. Milo N. Thompson, conductor on the second district, left for Old Mexico last Saturday morning, expecting to be gone for about ninety days. Decoration Day post cards at the Post Office Store. You must register before you can vote at the fall election. The registration books are now open and the registering officers for Winslow precinct are W. A. Parr and C. L. Flinn. Register before you forget it.