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THE COCONINO SUN THURSDAY JANUARY 23, 1908
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
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of the most aggressive merchandise selling ever attempt
ed in Flagstaff.
SALE BEGINS FRIDAY MORNING JAN, 24
All short ends, dress goods, embroideries, laces, ginghams, calicos, will be
cleared in one gigantic remnant sale. Ladies' coats, cravenettes, suits.
Misses and Childrens' coats. One lot of Ladies shoes and felt slippers
etc., at sure enough bargains.
25 Per cent off
All Mens' and Boys' overcoats and cravenettes.
$25.00 Overcoat for
$20.00 Overcoats for
$15.00 Overcoats for .-.
$12.00 Overcoats for
20 per cent off
All Mens' and Boys' Wool Pants
All $5.00- Pants at $4.00
All $4.00 Pants at $3.20
All $3.00 Pants at $2.40
This line embraces such well known makes as Hart Schaff
ncr & Marx, Sweet Orr, and Jack Rabbit.
Brok6n"lines Mens' and Boys' good work shoes, valucs"up
to $4.00, per pair $1,75
25 per cent off
All Mens' and Boys' Heavy Storm Coats.
This line includes all heavy wool lined coats.
20 per cent off '
All Mens' and Boys' Suits.
$25.oo Suits for. $20.00
$20.00 Suits for $16.00
$15.00 Suits for . . . . . . $12.00
$12.00 Suits for $9.60
Mens heavy brown knit Wool Undershirts, 1,75 values
Mens' fancy Madras Golf Shirts, some slightby soiled 1.25
to .2.00 values for. . 85c
Mens' heavy natural wool undershirts, $1.25 values
Mens fine dress gloves in Kid. Brown Mocha, Grey Suede,
etc. $1.75 and $2.00 values for, per pair $1.25
Broken lines, Mens' and Boys' Hats values up to $4.00,
Mens's and Boys 75c Caps for 50c
Mens' and Boys' nifty Four-in-hand
ties 50c values" for 35c
75c fancy Suspenders in holiday boxes
Mens heavy wool mitts, 65c values
Boys' heavy wool shirts, $1.25 values
President Suspenders 50c per pair.
We have many other articles especially priced for this sale at unheard of bargains, "
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No All Night For Tucson
Without any apparent opposition
from the saloon men of Tucson, and '
without a dissentinpr voice being
raised in the council chamber, the
ordinance providing for the closing
of all saloons in the city at lj
o'clock a. m. was passed by the city I
fathers, the vote in favor of the ,
measure being unanimous, saya the
Hutchinson introduced the ordi
nance and it was referred to the li
cense committee. It was thought
that in the meantime, while the
measure was in the hands of this
committee, the saloon interests
would make a bitter fight toward
the end of defeating it when it
came up for iinal passage. How
ever, from the vqte of the council,
it would faeem that nothing of this
nature was done.
The statement has been made
that originally the ordinance, be
fore being introduced to the coun
cil, provdied that the saloons should
close at midnight, but that the sa
loon men of the city made t.uch
tilicnuou? objection to this that the
time was placed at an hour later,
whereupon the saloonmen promised
not to oppose its passage by the
Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema
Are cured by Clwmterlilirs Snlve One nppltca
tion relieves the ilehiug anil Imrninjc sensation.
H. B. Hazeiton, the popular res
taurant man still serves his old cus
tomers and new ones too, at Com
mercial Hotel dining room.
Bad Stomach Trouble Curd
Having been sick for the put
two years with a bad stomach
trouble, a friend gave me a dose of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They did me so mueh
good that l bought a bottle of them
and have used twelve bottlea in all.
Today am well of a bad stomach
trouble. -Mrs. John Lowe, Cooper,
Maine. These tablets are for sale
by all dealers,