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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1900.
3, A A J to to A mmmmmi JfflcCALLS 3 st St 1 dAZAH g I PATTERNS, g AR ESERVE It ,U i i h i h ijk i Jt i h Jt h 1 h A A to Jb j to a is ii i is is to i i i to is is is i is is is is jy Dmmmmmmmmmmwmwmmmmmm S Bpfi?TCRMti 1 ' EVERYTHING m!f W Here are offerings which if properly placed and the full amount of eulogy given them they deserve, would occupy three pages of space, and then not re ceive justice. Our aims are, and always will be, to make friends of our custom ers, to sell nothing but FIRST CLASS GOODS, to sell all Goods at RIGHT PRICES, thereby living up to our motto "THE BEST ALWAYS." S S 0 Under this heading you will find Goods that are in practical use every day, things that are needful in every house hold. The only way to move them rapidly is to put on a hard to resist priqe 2 25 per cent Off all Silk and Wool Skirts. Thtre is every-- thing to be found in th:s lot of skirls from the cheapest to the "fcf best. And it will nav vcu to ook into this matter f-lnpplv. Price. Perhaps it might seem a little late for Wash Waista. but like everything else, what some won't wear others will. 25c each. Waists That's the price on all our T.0c' 75c fl.CO & jfi Jt I2'C per yard 34 in. all wool and mixed Fancy Suitings; were 25c and 35c per yard, 25c yard 30 to 40 in. plain, Faccy Weaves, and Figured Black Mohairs; were 40c and 50c a yd. 50c yard 40 and 42 inch Melroi Cloihs and Granite Suiting; were 7c and 85c per yard. BEDSPREADS s Pa,,trDF- 65c Crochet eprcads, were tS5e C) $1.15 MiM-deiits " were $1.50 JKJ $1.60 " " ex tra value. re $2.00 $1.95 " " " S2.-0 BLANKETS Fine, all wool, gocd s ze. SJ $2.25 All woo1, Grey, were $2.75 $3.75 .All wool, extra siz", grey, were 4 40 "O $4,50 All wool, extra size, gre were $5.50 $4.75 AH wool, extia size, grey, wore $0.00 COATS, CAPES, SUITS. This is an opportunity vju should not overlook. Every thing in leady-to-wear goods is to be sacrificed All goods altered tr fit free of charge. fl TA 1 Lot Black Capes, plain and braid trimmed, were D I -JU $2 50 and $2 75. CO E"A A few Capes in cloth and plush, nothing wrong with $L.J) them, were '$4 00, $5 00. 25 PER CENT. OFF EVERY OTHER GARMENT. WOOL DRESS GOODS AND SILKS 25 per cent. Off all Silk Waists acd Petticoats. Its lime for every lady to look aroutd for new thing9 for Fall, and the e are necessary with all stylish drfesee. Words fail us trying to de scribe the beauties of some of these goode. Are you preparing the children for School? Would it not be better to make them Wool instead of Wash Dresses ? It would save I a lot of unnecessary work later on. And yourself, have you decided h on what you will wear for Winter? To supply and satisfy the de I mand large lines are necessary. OUR GOODS are so marked that S A u u . . . . . 1 1 xi ..j . l j. x I i r . . i :i j. . Liie iiuiiiuit; cio wen an mtj eALraviidiiL gei tiiat uctrei ui cunsiueraiiun which their requirements demand. '2 Price. Ladies who wear White Skirls will appreciate the values we are offering in Pique s nd Deck Skirts, all this Summer's goods, and considered good value at regular price 25 per cent off All other Wool Goods both Black, Colored and Fancy Weaves. ft TABLE UMENS AND NAPKINS. There is generally some Linen needed about the house. The table cloths are becoming thin and worn, or the napkins are lost in the laundry. Here is a chance for prudent buyers to lay in a new supply. 45C yd. Half Bleached, fi2 in. was $ (U!c 55c yd Bleached, (IS in., was 75c 35C yd. Bleached, 7- in., extra value, was.. 1 00 $ 1 .00 yd. Bleached, 'l in. extra value, was. 1.25 $ 1.25 Vd. Bleached, 72 in. extra value, was. l.-"0 $ 1 .45 doz. Half Bleached. 20x20, was .. $1.7.", $ I 65 dOZ. Bleached, 20x20, was 2.00 $2. I 5 dOZ. Bleached, 22x22, was 2.50 $2.50 dOZ. Bleached, 24x21, was 3.00 $2 95 dOZ. Bleached, 21x21, was 3..r,0 Silks at less than cost 25 per cent off All Silk Waist Patterns and Fancy Silks by the yard. TnWF I Q A large assortment of Linen, I V ?T LLO. Huck and Turkish Towels. 12 l-2c Huck good size worth 20c. 20c All Huck, Turkish aod Fringe worth ....25c. 35c All Our 40c 50c Towels. TOWELING. This should be a Hummer. 10c per yard-Kegular value 12 l-2c. 12 l-2c per yard--Regular value 15-lG 2-3c. 15c per yard Kegular value !.20c. "fs fORSFTS If there is anything a woman wears that a corset. 25c pair One lot broken sizos. 50c pair New line Paris shape all nizos. LAC E CU D AN MUSLIM UNDERWEAR. RT auauc ju,i nicij is ai very smau nures. 80c Pretty gowns full size were 95c Embroidered skirts different lengths were $1.35 Lace trimmed chemisfs were e the bright in clean well ..1.00. .1.75. All others marked accordingly. HOSIFRY Us cheaper to wear good Hose than bad, iiviia i and more g,.atifvinj,. 12 I-2c Ladies Hose guaranteed Fat Black. 35c 1 lot Richilieu Ribbed Black were 50c. 50c 1 lot Fancy Lace B'ack were (i0-75c. Another surplus stock of Lace Curtains. New designs in Irish Point, Not'.i' gham. patterns that are drawings from the best artists in Europe. An opportunity to buy these curtains at a reduced price is a special event. 75c-All Curtains regular price - - $2.00 $1.15-AI1 Curtains regular price - $1.50 SI.25-A1I Curtains regular price - $!.75 SI.50-AII Cnrtains reguSar price - - $2.25 S2.50-AI! Curtains regular price - $3.50 25 per cent off all Portieres and Curtains 10 CENTS EACH. One lot boys winter undergarments natural color. Merino, sizes 2 I to 3 1 ; good value and every garment perfect, were sold at 20, 25, 35 and 40c. 40 CENTS EACH. One lot men's winter weight shirts and drawers, Camels Hair Wool, and naluial color. Broken sizes othmvise all light, soli at 75c. 15 CENTS EACH. One lot men's bows, tecks and four-in-hands were 25c. 39 CENTS EACH. All our ties new shapes, puffs, tecks, four-in-hands worth 75c. of Wool Dress Goods and i Our Stock Will S Be Larger and Better i Than Ever. I y uui; ill 46 r IT-IE IS EST A I uY A VB." Special Attention Given All Mail Orders. New Goods g- Arriving' ?f Pvprv Dav St if if VS'" tc?" Z St st st St St St St St St St SS St St Sf St St ft St St .St St St St St St St