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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - June 4, 1898, Winslow, Arizona                                NAVAJO JUNE 4, 1898. NO. BREED. Z. We carry a bf L AND i- 40UCH A OF YOUR EXCLUSIVE BOB Rio fith os in the H yen want prompt service and value for lei us demonstrate that we can give Store on A. PROPRIETORS OF Salt oysters In Choice Whiskies Brandies and FLOUR AND MILL GRAIN AND DRY GENTS BOOTS AND HATS AND AND WHOLESALE AND of of ' stoves i sporting guns and s j ranch ' saddlery and leather indian drugs and toilet paints and house etc. I TO OUR REGULAR STOCK WE ABE UNPACKING EVERY DAY SEASONABLE GOODS EOR SPRING AND WHICH WE THE IRON We have our we give undivided taught that to serve bur customers must serve them and them we must furnish only as. bear honest prices and Honest been dissatisfied try your V ' Part with anything rather than Go sell your conscious - Die rather than And always bear in that capital what a man what he is. Character is save truth and i 4 Content if thy fate to die and may not And loftier souls soon weary be all true man Let pie tempt nor pain Who hath Hath all ' having Who hath it nothing having Not May In the newspapers to-day of. American of pleasure preferences to the New in the off the 'the Post to lent Hon. alludes warfare against 1 and of the had on so that the they now be One aft J. F. | Entered at the postoffice at as second class mail PUBLISHED * One 00 Six 1 50 Single JO j 5100; per first 10 subsequent 5 per line per 25 COMMUNICATIONS I From country of local The talk liance is to shapes 7?Europeanmffair^rei80 England feels need of a for di- Her are they case own Shalt iNot The naval department have purchased two large balloons to be used in locating the Spanish There are too many corporation yers in the United States The I amendment to the war revenue taxing corporations was down by a decisive The published at Graham got out a souvenir edition on the 1st of The edition is full of information in regard to county and is handsomely gotten ' According - to dispatches the | Spanish under Admiral Cervera is somewhat Irishman's when Sampson or Schley want to shoot at it A German newspaper correspondent i has been at Porto He | succeeded in making his upon the authorities declared him a spy If will probably be What Germany may do in that event is a B. PARK 8c tor Gentry & Some of papers i of the who still fear the pop of J. are question ing his motive in offering his services to his government when she needs men of brains and It is safe to say that these men are not possessed of enough of either of these qualifications to emulate example of J. TMB AND The associated press news Thursday gave all kinds of rumors in regard to engagement at One report is to the effect that the Spaniards gained a Another is that Schley demolished the forts protecting harbor and disabled several Spanish vessels Readers of the daily press can take their toj Islands has been 25,000; and has-been discretionary would be than if he hadn't he had to in the face pt the for instructions from the strategy he not a great thousand is army to hold i. in subjection 10,000,000 turbulent Gen. Merritt may have his hands Six thousand miles is a from a base of Monday's dispatches say there is no longer any doubt as to Admiral Cervera with the Cape Verde fleet being cooped harbor at Santiago de claims to have enough to the entrance to seen a portion of the The board at are attempting to conduct this campaign j are discussing advisability of closing the entrance to the so that it will be impossible for Spaniards to by loading three schooners with and scrap and sinking them in the Commodore Schley ought to cut all communication himself and act as exigencies of the situation may Written for the Mail I not one of believe that man bas his price honest man has a in the palm There are in the business more honest for one trust most no forms ordered to is for On the St JameSj been terly seems bet much regarding to warr and Caribbean slowness is those Nelson f difficult a fleets this slow But the fact that the sullen island means tbat officers are gun of - the pose the of happened in the a * ' 4 - The going m as were riot to a and 1 W and a callea On the strength of the information that Spanish is in the harbor General Shatter has been instructed to for an invasion of There were thirty odd ships at Tampa ready the Admiral Sampson's fleet is to convoy the and the objective point is supposed to be Once the Yankee secure a foothold on the will find they are better | fighters than they are The Mineral Wealth is hard to please a community in publication a Every community is with people are wise in their own oiks who their name should appear at the head of or at least in every publication of a general nature regardless whether they ever a in the way of a or A newspaper man would be less than human if he failed to stand by those who stand by Our rule is to aid our at every the paper and out of and to let our enemies unless they persist in crossing our when if they get singed it is their own Everybody should help the but it is ofttimes the Instead of getting their job work done at home many send off for get it a few cents Others who are able to take and pay for their home paper sponge it from their A newspaper man is supposed to be always walks If he rests and fails to hear of your or his memory slips a cog and it don't appear in the your hide gets an additional letter Publishing a newspaper in some places is as bad as fighting under the generalship of the strategy good men city before the immediately to the on called to the dead I reminded the little girl who had through a cemetery with At length she innocently where are Where as Diogenes he to hunt the streets candles at noonday to find an we are apt to think his nearest have quite as much difficulty in making such a think there is not a true living you had not say so until you are dead But some have fattened on about efficacy of the and Ought by to have been thundered out of where their presence was a sacrilege and a Mr. the historian said that he had heard on the but never 30 on common or those shalt not thou shalt not The bankrupt laws of oar land reduced stealing to a fine art Our laws are making people by it. so that a man can wipe out all his debts by with his a man will be ed kindly iri proportion to the severity of bis Smash on a and world will jump on both smash ona grand and tne take by the What the world needs more than anything is downright church needs it as badly as the has too many members who agents for and boarders with their A man's not the commercial valne of an hundred There are sands of our churches who not If all church members would pay their debts the world in the church and in As a mere matter of is the best But he who is honest for policy's sake is already a moral bankrupt Men of policy are conscientiously honest they think honesty will pay the but when policy will pay the better they give honesty the Honesty and policy have nothing in When policy is honesty is out It is more honorable for some men to fail than for others to Rather be like Longfellow's honest blacksmith looked the whole world in the face and feared not any than enrich yourself at the sacrifice of principle and be rad applied in many partem desirable 08,1^7?^^ that there a - behooves the aspects of the ' ' of production andt One of tue Many Snobs in Charles Norton of Harvard American calls un-American of his enlist m the nation's been instead of a swill as he In the course hiB gab to Tory Professor reaK gentlemen may be let us the Giver of aU good that however scarce gentlemen in there armies of them for of- scrubs Charles Elliott Norton of So long institution continues to keep a in its the American parent would do well his boys to some school teaches instead of which is another name for Angeles Havana's Key May run along the coast of Cuba in of the city bf Havana the Spaniards have every moment of the time since declaration of war in strengthening the defenses of the Every day's delay in reducing the become A dispatch boat today ran in si close to the as it was possible to and ran along from three miles east of city west to rIso to MarieL threp miles east of the city fourteen bate teries were exclusive on the near the to the * When war was declared a few weeks ago there were only two of these The twelve hays From a. the shore men be seen that men are working on them daily is by the they continually grows larger and almost double the strength they were a week and every day pile of sand appears 'the What guns the mounted are free and i mankind - difficult to convince the en- the are sounds convince - a defeated candidate be has Equal | ' failure depend ft The Atlanta the following absence writes a person thinking that at our through our protecting Providence the entire load was is no trace of the at this the stranger filled our place at the weak to Jt is claimed by oyster and - strawberry its share toward have built preachers and helped more heathens than agencies in the Mr i ' ' 1 ' Parlors at 1 Fit - V I Colin f. impossible to but it that the delay there given  

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