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BEST VALUES, . BEST PBIGES, "ONE TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK"
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 Boy's Suits and Overcoats.
Our stock of woolen Blankets and Comforts, Prices fromSi.oo to $6.50.
Our new line of Men's, Boy's and Ladies' Overshoes. Prices from 75cts
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Our large and unrivaled line of Ladies' Shoes and Slippers, our Boy's and Children's Hats and CapsH
Our elegant Lace Collars and Turnovers, the like of which lips never been shown in your city before.
Our large and beautiful assortment of Ladies' HandBags and. Purses, at prices ranging from 25cts. to $5.00.
Us before going to the First Annual Territorial Fan, Dec. 4U1 to 9th, at Phoenix and secure your needs in furnishings.
Our A. A. Cutter Shoe, manufactured in Eau Claire, Wis., an especially adapted Shoe for Loggers, at S5.75 and $7.00
Our assortment of the very latest styles in Stetson Hats, Walkover and Sir Knight Shoes, which are surpassed by no
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.
Territorial Fair Notes.
Arrangements are being made
for Company D. U S. cavalry,
now located at Fort Huachucha
to attend the territorial fair and
give daily exhibition drills. It is
hoped these arrangements will be
perfected so that this company
can be at the fair. It is said that
it is one of the crack companies
of the army.
The citizens of Clifton and Mo
renci have guaranteed the $1,000
stake in the 2.17 pace. This race
has closed with a fine list of
horses entered and promised to be
one of the fast races of the meet
ing. The Clifton-Morenci guar
antee shows that the people there
are interested in the fair and are
willing to help towards its suc
cess. The railroad companies have
agreed to make special freight
rates on exhibits to the fair as
follows: On shipments to the fair
full rates will be charged and ex
hibits will returned free, provided
they have not changed owner
ship. On fruit shipments full
rates will be charged and if after
the close of the fair the fruit is
j worthless, some of the roads will I
refund all and others one-half of
i the freight paid. On minerals
full rates will be charged going
and returned free; if allowed to
remain as a permanent exhibit
some concession will be made, to
be annonnced later. Passenger
rates on all the main lines will be
two (2) cents per mile each way
and on some of the branch roads
one fare for -the round trip has
Mrs. W. F. Nichols, superin
tendent of the Woman's depart
ment of the fair, announces some
small changes in the premium
list. Eyelet embroidery will in
clude work on silk as well as linen
and cotton. Tatting and shadow
embroider' are added and, in the
culinary division pies were over
looked and now included. l
For the accommodation of visit
ors to the fair a bureau of informa
tion has been established at the
board of trade rooms and Mr. C.
E. Van De Veer has charge of it.
Special attention will be given to
persons who wish to engage
rooms in advance and anyone
wishing reservations made should
address Mr. Van De Veer.
The stake races of the fair have
closed with a list of horses that
have never been equaled in the
territory. The purse races will
add many more and the runners
, are coming in so that already there
I is plenty of assurance that this
1 will be the best race meeting ever
held in the southwest.
A Disastrous Ccvlamlty.
It is a disastrous calamity,
vnen you lose your health, be
cause indigestion and constipation
have sapped it away. Prompt re
lief can be had in Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They build up your
j digestive organs, and cure head
ache, dizziness, colic, constipa
tion, etc. Guaranteed at all drug
Lots for Sale.
Lots in new fSrfnta Fe addition,
north part of town, are now open
for sale. Prices range from $25
Now is your tirqe to get a lot
for your future home. ' Apply to
A. F. Hunt, Agent Santa Fe.
Tor Sale. Rent or Exchange-
Store formerly Occupied by Pioneer
drug store. AddpesN. J. Hudson,
Gallup. N. M., fiWee C. V. Buck at
C. A. Cover dinfg store, Flagstaff.
The Key that Unlocks th Door to
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
oratc 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 druggists.
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