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LADIES' ntfl'S and DOT'S fUHKti
BEST VALUES, BEST PRICES, "OWE TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK"
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Our Trunks, Telescopes and Suit Cases.
Our beautiful line of Ladies' Girdles and Belts.
Our Line of Winter Skirts, Prices $2.50 to $10.00.
Our line of novelties in Combs and Hair Ornaments.
Our Exquisite Furs and Capes for Ladies and Children.
Our Woolen Underwear and Hosiery, Sweaters and Jackets.
Our New and Complete Line of Men's and B"s Suits and Overcoats.
Our stock of woolenBlankets and Cqntforts, Prices from $1.00 to $6.50.
Our new line of'Men's, Boy's aim Ladies' Overshoes. Prices from 75cts. to $3.00.
Our large'and unriv
of Ladies' Shoes and Slippers, our Boy's and Children's Hats and Caps.
O66 Oureleganjjiace Collars and Turnovers, the like of which has never been shown in your city before.
0VPufTarKc and beautiful assortment of Ladies' Hand Bags and Purses, at prices ranging-from 25cts. to $5.00.
O66 Us before going to the First Annual Territorial Fair, Dec. 4th to 9th, at Phoenix and secure your needs in furnishings.
O66 Our A. A. Cutter Shoe, manufactured in Eau Claire, Wis., an especially adapted Shoe for Loggers, at $5.75 and $7.00
O66 Our assortment of the very latest styles in Stetson Hals, Walkover and Sir Knight Shoes, which are surpassed by no
O66 Our entire line of furnishings for Ladies, Men and Boys, which have been selected with great care, only first class mer
chandise being purchased. Call and see what we" have and we will, with pleasure, show you thorough our up-to-date
and beautiful store.
WEATilERFORD & VAIL
I Continued from piwe two
sidered at the January meeting.
Board adjourned to Nov. 8th,
1905, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Pursuant to adjournment the
board met on the above date,
present: R. H. Cameron, chair
man, F. 0. Poison, member and
H. C. Hibben, clerk, absent A.
T. Cornish, member.
The minutes of last meeting
read and approved.
The following resolutions were
Whereas, the term of D. J.
Brannen, superintendent of public
health, in and for Coconino county,
has expired, and,
Whereas, the statuatory petition
has this day been presented, ask
ing that Dr. A. G. Rounseville,
of Williams, Coconino county,
Arizona territory, be appointed
superintendent of public health,
Therefore, on motion by mem
ber Poison, duly seconded and
carried by the votes of Member
Poison and Chairman R. H. Cam
eron, it is hereby ordered that
Dr. A. G. Rounseville be and is
hereby appointed superintendent
of public health in and for Coco
nino county, Arizona territory,
-for a term of two years from No
vember 8th, 1905.
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and general repiyrtng. 42-tf
No Poison in Chamberlain' Couth
From Napier New Zealand,
Herald: Two years ago the
Pharmacy Board of New South
Wales, Australia, had an analysis
made of all the cough medicines
that were sold in that market.
Out of the entire list they found
only one that they declared was
entirely free from all poisons.
This exception was Chamberlain's
Cougli Remedy, made by the
Chamberlain Medicine company,
Des Moines, Iowa, U. S. A. The
absence of narcotics makes this
remedy the safest and best that
can be had; and it is with a feel
ing of security that any mother
can give it to her little ones.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
especially recommended by its
makers for coughs, colds, croup
and whooping cough. This rem
edy is for sale. by all druggists.
The, new depot io,.be built -by
the Southern Pacific-railroad, com
pany at Tucson, will" cost about
$48,000. It will contain offices
for the superintendent and his as
sistant, trainmaster, yardmaster
and resident engineer.
Letter List. I
List of letters remaining in the
postoffice, uncalled for, for the.
week ending November n, 1905: j
uuvuen, ti uoptcins, aiacgie
.luukson, Wm. .1 Kennedy, C B
Lefkas. Gosto Peabody, Paul
Boy, Hector Sargent, John
Bethan, Manuel Buldonado, Estc-
Jtirado, Jose van
Lozano, Rstanes Murliu, Manuel
luo Morn, .lose
Munos, Amndo Nurnilu-, Franc'co
Resudes, Aduan LSulonas, Felipe
When inquiring for the above
mail, please sav "advertised."
T. J.'Coai.tek, P. M.
The Key that Unlocks the
The men of eighty-five and
nineiy years of age are not the ro
tund well fed, but thin spare men
who liVe on a slender diet. Be
as careful as he will, however,
a man past middle age, will oc
casionally eat to much or of some
article of food not suited to his
constitution, and will need a dose
of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets to cleanse and vig
orate his stomach and regulate his
liver and bowels. When this is
done there is no reason why the
average man should not live to
old age. For sale by all drug
is often as great as woman's.
But Thos. S. Austin, Mgr. of the
"Republican,1' of Leavenworth.
Ind., was not unreasonable, when
he refused to allow the doctors to
operate on his wife, for female
trouble. Instead," he savs. we
concluded to try Electric Bitters.
My wife was then so sick, she
could hardly leave her bed, and
five (5) physicians had failed to
relieve her. After taking Electric
Bitters, she was perfectly cured.
andean now perform all her house
hold duties." Guaranteed bv all
druggists, price 50c.
Notice to Teachers.
The regularly quarterly examin
ation for teachqr's certificates will
be held in thelcountvourt houst
in Flagstaff,! CotJhino county
Arizona, on Mfcndiy and Tuesday,
December 4-51905. Daily ses
sions from 8: a. m. to 12 noon,
and from 1 to 4:30 p. m.
J. S. Amundsen,
Bids have been asked for 70,000
feet of lumber to be Used in the
construction of the new Indian
school building at Fort Yuma.
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