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Why You Need Us
Because we carry a complete assortment of General Merchandise. Because we try to please our cus
tomers and not ourselves. Because of so many other reasons that spare will not permit us to mention.
Do You Wear Shoes?
Then why not buy the best, not
only in quality, but style,' fit and
durability. Ask us to see the W. L.
Douglas shoes; we carry them in all
They Haye Arrived
A complete consignment of queen
quality shoes in all the latest lasts,
styles and widths for winter wear.
We have the sole agency for these
goods and invite your inspection.
Our Snap Column
this column you will Ladies' Suits
a list of "Snaps" that
pay you to invest!'
A few left-overs in good styles and
cloth, length. Regular $20. 00
values $12. 50
One-half dozen loose fitting. All
good colors. Going at a bargain.
. We are offering the very best val
ues in Ladies' and Misses' street
Hats. A big lot being
closed out at
We do not wa te time and space telli tg you of the quality, value
and satisfac ion cur patrons receive. We ( nly ask you to
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES X X X X X
Patrons Well Pleased.
A large crowd greeted the
vaudeville performers at the Sea
side theater last night. Not only
was there a good crowd, but it
was one of the best pleased audi
ence that has ever assembled since
this playhouse was opened. Every
one on the bill was an artist in
his or her particular line. Ray
mond Teal was all that was prom
ised for him a show in himself.
The minstrel first part and olio
was' one grand entertainment,
which kept the patrons of the
house in a constant roar of laugh
ter. This was followed by the
mirth-provoking Irish comedy,
"Finnegan's 400." Every char
acter in the cast was well per
formed, and the people continued
to laugh long after they reached
the street. The same bill will
hold the board tonight, Wednes
day and Thursday nights. On
Friday night the management an
nounce an entire change of bill,
with the same people in some of
their best specialties. In this ar
rangement patrons may attend the
theater two nights in the week
without witnessing the same show.
The seaside people have made -a
happy hit in putting on vaude
ville. It seems to meet the popu
Special notice. Orvey J. Post,
the lyric tenor will sing Raymond
Teal's latest and best success
"The Boys of the Bennington."
Illustrated by colored slides.
Journal, Ocean Park, Cal , Oc
tober 31, 1905.
is often as great as woman's.
But Thos. S. Austin, Mgr. of the
"Republican," of Leavenworth,
Ind., was not unreasonable, when
he refused to allow the doctors to
operate on his wife, for female
trouble. "Instead," he says, "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 by all
druggists, price 50c.
Natlce te Teachers.
The regularly quarterly examin-
ation for teacher's certificates wHT
ue neiu in me couniwcoun nouse
in Flagstaff, Cocmino county.
Arizona, on Monday and Tuesday,
December 4-5, 1905. Daily ses
sions from 8:30 a. m. to 12 noon,
and from 1 to 4:30 p. m.
J. S. Amundsen,
Thomas' writing ink at five cents a
bottle former price ten cents at Sun
All grazing applications for stock
other than sheep for the San
Francisco mountains and Black
Mesa forest reserves, must be on
file with the forest supervisor by
January 1, 1906.
All sheep grazing applications
must be filed with the forest su
pervisor by February 1, 1906.
Applications not filed by the
time specified cannot be consid
ered. It is absolutely necessary
for grazing applications to be in
by the time mentioned in order
that the total number of stock al-
lowed on the reserves can be
equitably divided among stock
men. No provision can be made
for those who do not make appli-'
cation on time for the reason that
the supervisor has no means of,
knowing what their intentions are
and must make the division of
range and numbers by the appli
cations before him.
At presentt the grazing fee has
not been settled upon.
As soon as applications are;
acted upon the applicant will be
notified of the number of which
purmit will be granted and will
be required to pay the fee fixed,
by po.stal or express money order
or New York drait made payable
to James B. Adams, special fiscal
agent, Washington. D. C. I
Information as to price and re
mittances will be furnished when
applicants are notified of the num
ber for which permits will be
All forest rangers are supplied
with grazing application blanks
or they may be obtained from F.
S. Breen, forest supervisor, Flag
Son Lot! Motrtar.
"Consumption runs in our fam
ily, and through it I lost mv
mother," writes E. B. Reid, of.
Harmony, Me. "For the past five,
years, however, on the slighest
sign of a cough or a cold, I have
taken Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which has saved
me from serious lung trouble.;'
His mother's death was a sad loss
for Mr. Reid, but he learned that
lung trouble must not be neg
lected, and how to cure it. Quick
est relief and cure for coughs and
colds. Price 50c and $1.00; guar
anteed at all druggists. Trial
Herb W. Edwards Injured '
Herb W. Edwards, of Des
Moines, Iowa, got a fall on an icy
walk last winter, spraining his
wrist and bruising his knees.
"The next day," he says, "they
were so sore and stiff I was afraid
I would have to stay in bed, but I
rubbed them well with Chamber.
Iain's Pain Balm and after a few
applications all soreness had dis
appeared." ior sale by all druggists.