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Why You Need Lis
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
onby in quality, but style, fit and
durability. Ask us to see the W. L.
Dougla's 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
In this column vo&will
find a list of "Snafi" that
will pay you to invest!'
Afew loft-overs in good stylos and
cloth. length. Regular $20.00
One-half dozen loose fitting. All
good colors. Going at a bargain.
We arc offering the very 'best val
ues in Ladies' and Misses' street
1-lnfe A 1-iiir lot- lininrr
closed out at vpleUu B
We do not wa te time and space telli g you of the quality, value
and satisfac ion ur patrons receive. We ( nly ask you to
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES
A dispatch from Tucson, Thurs
day, says: "R. Allyn Lewis was
acquitted here today on the charge
of having misrepresented (acts
connected with the failure of the
International hank of nogales, to a
public official. District Attorney
Noon moved that the other cases
against Lewis be dismissed. Lewis
was also tried today for alleged
embezzlement of funds of the de
funct bank. Before the matter
went to the jury, Associate Justice
Campbeli instructed the jury to ac
quit, which they did. This com
pletely vindicates Lewis."
Son Lost Mother.
"Consumption runs in our fam
ily, and through it I lost my
mother," writes E. 13. Reid, of
Harmony, Me. "For the past five
years, however, on the slighest
si(n of a cough or a cold, I have
taken Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which has saved
me from serious lung trouble."
I His mother's death was a sad loss
' for Mr. Reid, but he learned that
I lung trouble must not be neg
'lected, and how to cure it. Quick
est relief and cure for coughs and
colds. Price 50c and Si.oo; guar
anteed at all druggists. Trial
is often as great as woman's.
Hut 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 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 by all
druggists, price 50c.
Territorial Fair Fare.
The Santa Fe has made a rate
of J? 10.05 to Phoenix and return
on the occasionof the Territorial
Fair. Thedjrtcs of sale are De
cember 2, A4. 5 6 nd 7, the re
turn limitfreing December 12.
W. Youno, Agent, Flagstaff.
Cable for Salton Sea.
Salton sink having demonstrated
its ability to furnish sensations,
has come to the front with another
move out of the ordinary. The;
Southern Pacific is installing a
telegraph cable a mile in length,
which will be placed in the inland
sea, on the theory that telegraph
lines are not to be depended upon
when winds, such as those that
prevailed on the desert yesterday, I
blow. The construction of the
cable has begun and the work will
be rushed. L. A. Express.
A New Project.
The Arizona Copper company
is making tin preliminary arrange
ments for a power line from Gal
lup to Clifton. The power, elec
tricity, will In transmitted from
Gallup to Clifton. The plant will
be located at the former place,
where fuel is cheap and abundant.
A coal mine has been purchased,,
making the prici of fuel very low.
The proposition is a new one in
Arjzona, and it it is a success, and j
there is even reason to believe it
will be, other plants will follow,
and Gallup is in position to sup
ply both New Mexico and Arizona
with power so far as fuel is con
cerned. R. E. Mavnard, a prom
inent engineer, is obtaining data
from the land office at Phoenix to
be used in securing right-of-wav
for the power line to be constructed j
I have i2yacresof good pasture
and lots ofliay.'Will take horses
to feed aiul jiasture through the
winter, aTcasonable prices. Ad
dress, yrfiomas Carroll, Cotton
wood, Arizona. 44-t4
When Yoti Have a Dad Cold
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a
You want a remedy that will re
lieye the lungs and keep expecto
You want a remedy that will
counteract any tendency toward
You want a remedy that is
pleasant and safe to take.
Chamberlains Cough Remedy
meets all these requirements and
for the speed and permanent cure
of bad colds stands without a
peer. For sale by all druggists.
Ores for Humboldt.
Ore and concentrates are still
pi'ing up at Humboldt, awaiting
treatment when the smelter of the
Arizona Smelting company starts
up. A gentleman who recently
visited Humboldt says there are
now piled up there over 5,000 tons
of ore and concentrates, and the
supply is being rapidly increased
by the arrival of from two to five
cars a day from Middle-ton, to say
nothing of shipments from other
Sleek and Fat In Spring.
Wanted Horses to winter in
Verde valley;- reliable party; plen
ty of ha' and gorftl alfptfa pasture
(100 acres.) yTerrofo per head
per monthyMfving from Wil
liams Si pCThead each way. Will
be in Williams Nov. 1st, and if
justifiable again on the 15th. Address-
C. C. Callaway, Camp
Verde, or A. W. Kinsey, Flag
Cood Things to Eat.
Extra choice prime, rib roasts
and every cut oMende,j-steaks.
Flaked beef suffpjour holiday
puddings Otwrtething very good.)
Fancy dry picked turkeys, geese,
ducks, springers and hens. See
Babbitt Bros, holiday meats. -
Thomas' writing ink at live cents a
bottle former price ten cents at Sun
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