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t Jap Silk Bargains 4 36 inch Jap silk, extra heavy quality, white only per yard j t Extra heavy Jap silk, white and black. In 75c quality, 27 inches wide. Special per yard 55 d Jap silk in 27 inch width, in X colors pink, blue, cream white, red nlle, lavender and black. Special per yard 40 24 inch China silk, black, white and colors a special offer per yard 5d Hosiery Bargains Ladies' fancy hose in gray, garnet, pink, blue and mixed effects, 75c values. Special Pair 50 Fine lisle thread hosiery in i fast black,, in plain only. Ex tra light weight. 3 pair 50 .. Fine lace hose in white and . . black, in boot lace patterns. 50c values. Special pair 35J Misses' and children's extra quality plain brown and black 4. ribbed hose. Special pair 20J T GERARD-JONES DRY GOODS CO. Write the Arizona School of Music FOR Catalogue and other descriptive Literature. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director. fAWTED THE SELLING OF YOUR HOUSES, LOTS, RANCHES AND GARDEN TRACTS. WE DO NOT LIST AND FORGET. WE SELL OR FORFEIT. TELEPHONE MAIN 42 RENTING LOANS Dick Erdmans Real Ejfate&ln.eslment Co. 26 N. 1st St. VALLEYS INSU- LANDS RANCE W-M5-5!---iI"i5-i-v-l" Weekly News Of The Valley I I WILL ACCEPT A FEW PUPILS FOR EVENING INSTRUCTION IN TELEGRAPHY. TERMS REASON ABLE. RESULTS GUARANTEED. F., P. O. BOX 312, PHOENIX, ARIZ. :) i i I ANNOUNCEMENT This is to announce to the public that my Ice and Cocf Storage Warehouse which is now in course of con struction will be Completed f about September 14th and will be ready to receive goods for cold storage the same as in the t past i In Addition to This I will be ready to supply to all who use Quantities of Ice this commodity at a PRICE X which will be Right For further information, call or 3. address I; W. B, CONSTABLE X 401 West Jackson Street, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. (Continued from paee 4.) i has a large job of threshing for some jman. He has a lot of oats, wheat jam! barley, besides his two stacks of alfalfa. Word has been received from Mrs. Iwicklcy. who has been visiting in California that she will return to this valley about September 1st. Mrs. J. A. Loyd drove to town Friday on business. Granville Sapp is assisting W. K. Clark in harvesting a nice lot of hay. V. I. Phy has been trying a n:i experiment dry farming to see if he can kill a small field of Uermuda grass. Airs. V. E. Viiliams and Miss Edna Rousell returned from Douglas bust Saturday to their home south oj the capitol. Mrs. Williams has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Fulweiler. liichard Novinger has moved fiom his lanrh to his new home in the Capitol addition. The ranch that Mr. ovinger has moved from has been in the possession of the Nov itti.rs since the year 1873. W. L Phy last Monday was mov ing Jose Laborin on the Dr. Thomas ranch south of the Murphy school house. A. A. Roberts has sold the lease on the ranch where has has been liv ing for the past two years to Mr. Armstrong. Mr. Roberts will hold a public sale soon, after which he will move to Phoenix. MURPHY. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Collins are the proud parents of a baby girl. Koth mother and babe are doing well. Miss Grace Hall left last Monday evening for Berkley, Calif., where she I will attend the D. D. and B. institute 'this coming winter. ! Mr. Charles Whitlow and family i spent Sunday with W. P. Phy and I family. I Mrs. K. S. Townsend is expected home in about two weeks. Mr. Joe Rosevere who has lecn j staying with his brother-in-law, Mr. I Townsend, has gone to Canada and will visit Michigan, his old home, and bring his wife's mother here for the winter. The Barrett baby in the Isaac neighborhood seems to have attracted many of the Murphyites attention. The trustees of Murphy school say they wish all the little Murphyites to be ready for school September 14th. Mr. Mathews will teach here the coming winter and we wish him suc cess. Miss Molly Morrel from near the Indian school attended Sunday school here Sunday. Miss Thelma Walker spent one aft ernoon last week as the guest of Miss Myrtle Bradshaw. Murphy Sunday school is reported prospering. I Mrs. D. X. Sapp and daughters Miss Zoa, made a trip to I'noemx Wednesday. K. S. Townsend is improving his valuable ranch by building a portable chicken house and putting a corru gated iron roof on his tent. K. S. Townsend and his son. Earl, made a trip to the river after cotton wood poles one day last week. Mrs. Chinney and children of Phoenix spent Thursday with Mrs. Joe Rosevere. Quite a number from this neigh borhood attended the Miller-Morreli wedding Thursday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whitlow, near the In dian school. Mrs. Miller resided in our neighimrhood until recently and was our Sunday school secretary for a time. She attend day school here last winter. The best wishes of this community go with here in her new home. RIVERSIDE-MOSQUITE. Riverside, Aug. 28. Messrs. Wal ton, Reynolds and Doggett are cut ting fine crops of alfalfa seed. Mr. Dearsley has a crew of Mexi cans cleaning his ditches. Mr. P. X. Nelson went to I'hoenix after a load of lumber Monday. Mr. Reynolds has had the good for tune to secure an all around ranch hand a Mr. Camel, a new arrival from Tennessee. Miss Fanny Nelssen has been spending several weeks in the city visiting friends and relatives. ' J. D. Kelley of Fowler was a vis itor here last week. Mr .and Mrs. Green and Mrs. Mc Infyre and daughter. Miss Marie, spent Thursday in town shopping. Miss Ora Smith of Cartwright spent Friday with Miss Duett Dog gett. J. J. Collins of Murphy was a vis itor here Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Johnson and children of Phoenix visited Mrs. Reynolds last Friday. Miss Duett Doggett spent the fore part of last week in town visiting friends. Messrs. Green and Crisweli have moved their mail boxes to a more convenient place for them as well as the mail carrier. The Doggett family went to the play, "Hazel Kirke," Wednesday night at Eastlake park. Mr. Oscar Roberts has a hard time ranching. He keeps the road hot running to Phoenix and Iron Springs. Naylor Doggett and John Hall went to the play "Under Two Flags," Sat urday night. They report a large crowd in attendance. Mr. Jim Miller attended the auc tion in town Saturday. o ARLINGTON Arlington, Aug. 28- G. A. Frazer and J. M. Kdingtun of Enterprise Valley spent Tuesday in Arlington, they re port everything on the boom down the river. Earl Creed was down from Phoenix looking after his thresher here, he also has a thresher at work in the Buckeye district. Mr. Spurgon Toinblinson of Tempe and his sister Miss Georgie, passed through here on their way to Agua Calienta where they intend to spend a two weeks vacation. C. D. Deming and grand-daughter. Miss Jewel Perry returned Saturday evening from I'hoenix. Mr. Deming was up on business interest of the Egyptian Cotton growers association. Miss Perry has been under the care of Dr. Plath for some time for a stroke of paralysis. Her many friends are pleased to learn that she is ' able to walk. Frank Hensen is spending a few days in Phoenix on business. C. W. Peterson and family are spending a few weeks in Pine Top. The young people of Arlington ten dered a farewell ball to Miss I.ucinda Harris. She left Wednesday morning for Mesa to be gone a couple of months visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Wayne Perehv of Safford is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. Harris of this place. The Arlington Canal Co., has a force of men and teams at work on the dam. The cotton growers of Arlington are sending some samples of cotton to the board of trade In I'hoenix, the Rodens big boll came off of W. L.. Strieklands farm, (me stalk has 150 bolls. Mr. teniing is also sending a stalk of Egyptian cotton, which measures six feet three inches and has 110 bolls. Mr. Deming has some Egyptian cotton that measures about seven and a half feet. The cotton is boiling nicely and taking on new forms all the time. The farmers of this district are getting very enthusiastic of the cotton raising and there will be at least a thousand acres planted here in another year. J. B. Montgomery and family rteurn ed Sunday from San Diego, Cal., where they have been spending the summer. Their stay their was shortened on ac count of the death of Mrs. Montgom ery's mother, Mrs. Mary Holmes of Phoenix. o Z PersoneJ Mention l l The fnllowim? registered at the Hotel Adams yesterday; Mr. and Mrs. George K. French. Globe: C. D. Helring, Kan sas City; Harry C. Culbreath, Tampa: T. M. Graves, San Francisco; Harold Baxter, Wendendale ;J. W. Boone, wife and son, Wendendale. At the Commercial vesterdav were the following: D. E. Wentermute, Gila Bend; R. I. Monroy, Yuma; L. I. Jackson. . Fowler; H. C. Krofler, Ask Fork; It. W. W. Weston and witc, Tempe; Ralph Villar, Florence. At the Ford yesterday were; Henry F. Ashurst. Flagstaff: . B. Goodman. Los Angeles; F. S. Fowler, Quartzsite; C. M. Griffey, Florence; E. Lefever, South Dakota; Walter F. Rippe, Chi cago. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec ords ef the offices of the district clerk, theprobate :ourt and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title Company. The records for yesterday were: RECORDER'S OFFICE United. States to Jas. W. Conghran, potent SW 1-4&NW1-4 SE1-2 Sec. 28, 1-N 2-W. Guadalupe Rlanc to Serafina Reg- hetti et al, deed lots 7. 8, & 12, l!lk. 6, Lot 2. Blk. 3, Phoenix. M. D. Novinger et al to Jas. C. Vick, deed to lots 5 & 6 Blk. 41 West Capitol Addn. James Realty Co.. plat Ranchitos Bonitos, Sub SE1-4 Sec 33 2-N' 3-E. Let no food impair the powers of the stomach. Eat WHEAT FLAKE CELERY which is the most perfect food for the brain workers, clergy men, lawyers, merchants, grow ing children, and the muscle working classes. & Powerful Arguments As to Why You Should Shop at The New York Store Today Last Call on Women's Summer Wearables h Price For All' Our Linen Suits Silk Dresses Cloth Suits ONE LOT OF 50 WASHABLE PRINC ESS DRESSES AND SHIRT WAIST SUITS In white and black and white effects, ac tual $4.00 values to day at, choice.. 2.03 A CONSIDERABLE LOT OF WHITE LIN EN E SUITS Shirt waist, bolero jacket. long and short coat styles, formerly sold up to $6.00 today at. Choice S1.09 rv A DAINTY LOT OF WHITE PRINCESS DRESSES Made of sheerest lingerie ma terial - and finished in pretty lace trimming, regular tU.50 and $7.50 values today at, choice $-1.99 ABOUT 35 LINENE SKIRTS Various styl ish models, sold here tofore up to $4.50 to day at. choice $2.22 25c For Choice of 50c and 75c Shirt Waists White or Colored EXTRA SPECIAL TOOAY From 9 to 11 a.m. Our entire stock of 12jc Printed Batiste Lawns figures, polka dots, stripes and floral effects for 2 hours only, 12 yards limit, at, per yard 6o EXTRA SPECIAL TODAY From 2 to 4 p.m. 1 1 50 Pieces of White India Linon the 10c kind, 27 inches wide for 2 hours only, 12 yards limit, at, per yard 5c ,J Towels UNBLEACHED TURKISH TOW ELS Fair size, fringed, regularly sold at 25c pair for this day only 19C Pair Laces 1500 YARDS OF LINEN CLUNY EDGINGS In either white or ecru, a banner collection of elab orate designs, from 'Z to 5 inches in width, values up to 'ioc for this day at,' yard V2z Corsets 50c TAPE GIRDLES With hose supporters attached, sizes IS to 26 today at the low price of 37c Colored Linens 25 PIECES OF COLORED DRESS LINENS 2" to 36 inches in width, strictly all linen, in such colors as brown, lavender, pink and va rious shades of blue, values up to 50c special today at, yard 25c A Greater Ribbon Sale 3000 YARDS OF ALL SILK RIBBONS Black, white and a iflll line of desirable colors in either satin or taffeta, widths from 2 to 4 inches, ijesira ble sorts for the hair, belt, etc. Values up to 25c for a greater Saturday at 10c Yard 1 Price For Free and Un restricted Choice of Any Men's Two Piece Suit in the house. 11 "REGALS" If your taste in foot wear inclines toward (he more conservative models, there are styles among this season's Regals that will meet with your instant fa vor. Plenty of more pro nounced styles, too with "snappy" outlines and bold effect so pop ular among young men. In short, whether you are a conservative dresser or prefer the latest fashion require ments, you can have in Regal Shoes the pre cise style you want. OUTSIZE VESTS NEW LINE SLEEVELESS SWISS RIBBED VESTS For women extra stout, extra long anil broad, extra large armholes that are taped, low neck, excellen 35c values for this day, each 224c $2.19 For Free and Un restricted Choice of Any "Hawes" $3.00 flat in the house Muslin EXTRA GOOD UNBLEACHED MUSLIN 36 inches wide, fine and strong, the very best 8 l-3c will buy just for today at, yard 6c Union Suits WOMEN'S SWISS RIBBED UN ION SUITS Sleeveless. umbrella style, sizes 4 to 6, a splendid TTic garment special for this day at. suit. 43 c New Prints OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF BEST STANDARD PRI NTS Including navy, cadet, cardinal grey, black, shirting styles and Swiss effects for this day at. yard 5c Hosiery WOMEN'S BLACK LACE HOSE The 50c sorts, lace boot effects, spliced heels and toes, all sizes for today at, pair 25c NEW FALL QUARTERLY Ladies' Home Journal Patterns Just In Mill II.HUHII H !, I lllllll "Ml I MIIMtl IHII mii.mw''.u imwmiiiw I Mill 20c ' For Quarterly Style Book Including Any 15c Pattern 3i45,,l"J"5,,IMI,C5I 5 ,5,,I,,$455,j5"i"5"j5""554'41'