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LADICS' IILiS and BOH riHISIIIti
BEST VALUES, BEST PRICES, "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 $1
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Our line of.rtovelties in Combs and Hair Ornaments. J
Our Exquisite Furs and Capes for Ladies and Chjjdren.
Our Woolen Underwear and Hosiery, Sweaters and Jackets.
Our New and Complete Line of Men's and'TBoy's Suitrfand Overcoats.
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Our stock of woolen Blankets and Comforts, Prices from $1.00 to $6.50
ESlsTJvershoes. fnces lrom 75cts. to S3. 00.
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Our new line of Men's, Boy's andL
Our large and unrivaled line of Ladies' Shoes and Slippers, our Boy's and Children's, Hats and Caps.'
Our elegant Lace ColIarsAnfl Turnovers, the like of which has never been shown in your city before. ...
Our large and beautiful assortment of Ladies' Hand Bags and Purses, at prices ranging from 25cts. to $5.00.
Us before going to the First Annual Territorial Fair, Dec; 4th 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 $5.75 and $7.00
per pair. -
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. ' " "
Kingman's Prospective Smelter. No Po,on ln ch.mb.ri.in-. couh Buying by Mall.
The Kingman Smelting & Re- ome v' Modern printing methods have
fining company have been incpr-i r,om "Bl,,Br iNUW 6B1UMB j made
porated under the laws of the-'ter
ritory ot Arizona with its principal
place of doing business at King-
Herald: Two years ago
' j made jewelry buving by mail just j
1 as safe as if you were buying at (
Pharmacy Board of New South 1 the ,,;B cUv stores Lichtenstein ,
Wales, Australia, had an analysis , " Srncktnn street. San ,
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man, Arizona. E. M. Carson, of !"ulue U1 "" u,u L;ouK ,neuic,n, Francisco, Cal., have issued a
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San I-rancisco, is president ot tner "beautiful catalogue, depict 1 n g
new company and is experienced ut of the entire list they found , thdusands of jewclry articlcs.
in smelting investments. Walter j0"1?' one that the declared wu.;This bo)k ;s sent tQ any address
DeVarila, a mining and smelting ; entirely free from all poisons, j free
man of experience, is vice-presi-! lh exception was Chamberlain's
dent and general manager. Arthur
Gleason is secretary and treasurer.
The location for the new smelter
has been found south of the old
race track at Kingman and a long
lease of the ground is now being
prepared, the land being the prop
erty of the Santa Fe
pected that the construction work j
will commence within the next
thirty days. The authority of this
valuable piece of news also states
that the capacity of the smelter
will be a stack of 250 tons and a
sampling works of 400 tons.
Cough Remedy, made by
the j The Key th.t Unlocks the Door to
Chamberlain Medicine company, . v
Des Moines, Iowa, U. S. A. The ; The miin of eighty-five . and
absence of narcotics makes this ; nineiv -vears of ae are not the ro"
remedy the safest and best that . tund wel1 fed' but thin sPare mcn
can be had; and it is with a feel- iwho Hye on ' a lender diet. Be
ing of security that anv mother as careful as he win however,
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It is ex- can ive " t0 her little ones.,'1 "'"' i"131 ""uu,c c' "'" uv-
Chamber a n's Couch Remedv s is.iuai eui lo iiiuv.ii ui u. sum.
article of food not suited to his
especially recommended bv
makers for coughs, colds, croup constitution, and will need a dose
and whooping cough. This rem- of Chamberlain's Stomach and
edy is for sale by' all druggists.
Lots for Sale.
Lots in new Santa Fe addition,
I north part of town, are now open
for sale. Prices! range from $2$
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 druggists.
For Sale, Rent or Exchange.
Store formerly occupied by Pioneer to $35. J j
drug store. AdilressN. J. Hudson,' Now is your tlnic to get a lot j Thomas' writing Ink at five cents a
Gallup. N. M., or sm C. W, Buck at for your future home. Apply to bottle former price ten cents at Son
C. A. Cover drug Uore, Flagstaff. A. F. Hunt, Agent Santa Fe. stationery department.
A Yuma Earthquake.
At fifteen minutes past twelve
Thursday an earthquake shod;
made itself distinctly felt in Yuma.
The shock was not great, but was
strong enough to rattle the mer
chandise on several store shelves,
and to make one wonder what was
coming next. There was 410 re
currence of the tembler. Sun.
"I Tho.nk The Lord!"
cried Hannah Plant, of Little
Rock, Ark., "for the relief I got
from Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It
cured my fearful running sores,
which nothing else would heal,
and from which I had suffered for
five years." It is a marvelons
healer for cuts, burns and wounds.
Guaranteed at all druggists, 25c.
Anrone lending . nVelcta nd description mr
inlcklr Ascertain our oninlon free whether .n
InTentlon It prohnblf patentable. Communica
tions strtctlrconfldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent
teni iree. uiaesi npencr xor securing patents.
Patents taken through Jlunti A Co. recelre
tptcial notice, without charge, lathe
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