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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1909.
BalconyBargainSale Jones Dry Goods Co. Friday IOWA VISITORS GN THE BOUSE COUNTRY FAVORABLY IMPRESSED WITH THE LITTLE BUTTE MINE and Saturday Grildren's Silk finished hose in white, tan, blue- pink and red, a. very pretty 25c seller. On the bal cony Friday and Saturday ... 10c Full size cotton pillow cases, full bleached. Well made, the regular 15c quality, as many as you want. On the balcony Friday and Saturday 10 l-2c A most unusual opportunity in Ladies' Skirts. All wool, nicely made, prettily trimmed in a good as sortment of colors, containing blues, browns, reds and grays. They are actually worth $7.50. On the balcony Friday and Saturday $3.90 Here is a stunner. Ladies' white shirt waists, slightly soiled. There are only about a dozen of them, so you will be lucky if you see them. On the balcony Friday and Saturday 19c Don't fail to visit the Remnant Counter. "We have gone thoroughly through the entire stock and got ten out all odd lengths of all kinds of piece goods. Ginghams, dress goods, lawns, dimities, wash goods, white goods, percales, muslins, calicoes and all kinds of good things, and they are priced so you will buy a lot of them. You know what the Cotton Messalines are. We have a beautiful range of shades in them. They are worth and sell regularly at 50c yard. You knpw we always give some astounding values on the balcony, and this is another of them. A regu lar 50c new seasonable cloth on the balcony Friday and Saturday 29c Children's school handkerchiefs, plain white nar row hem or white with colored border. They are plenty good for them to lose. On the balcony Fri day and Saturday "...2c This, is your last chance on Laces and Embroideries, as this week's sale will take all of them. When these are gone there are no more to be had. They are on sale again this week on the balconv v. 5c" hite counterpanes on sale this week. Full sized, pure white, fringed all around. A good $1.50 grade. Only a few of them on the balcony Friday and Saturday " 93c We will have a "balcony special" on all ribbons Friday and Saturday. These won't be on the bal cony, but you can 'buy them at the ribbon counter with a discount of 10 per cent on any and all rib bons in the department. " ' ' " ire liair Pms, crimped or plain. All sizes, on the balcony Friday ami Saturday lc roll Ladies' Wash Belts, whites, "blues and pink combi nations with pearl buckles. It's a dandv, fresh, clean stock. On, the balconv Friday and Sat urday 10c Our AVednesday special prices on millinerv will ap ply again Friday and Saturday on what few hats we have. If yim want a pattern hat at less than half price' this is your chance. MTtfSLIN UNDERWEAR We have threw "lots" of Muslin underwear on sale Friday and Saturday at prices less than manufac turers' cost. W e carry only the French lingerie now in muslin, and we want to close out our other gar ments completely. You will need lots of these gar-; ments this summer, and now is the one opportunity. ' You will have garments of all kinds at from 10c to 98c, nothing higher. , NEW CALICOES AT 5c. Every imaginable color in new patterns and de signs,, in prints with side bands. They are standard goods and every vard is worth 7 l-2c. but FHdnv ami Saturday on the balcony they are 5: WASH GOODS. The. largest, prettiest and best display of this sea son,, wash goods you ever saw. They are the 12 and 15c goods. A whole table of them Friday and Saturday on the balcony 9c Ilooks and Eyes, black or white, all . sizes, the 5c kind. On the balcony Friday and Saturday, lc card , 3'J-inch Taffeta Silk, cream white only. On the bal cony Friday and Saturday at ." 25c Again -ve suggest that you come early, Friday, if possible, as Saturday usually finds some things en tirely sold out. f- ,- Added 25,000 Shares of Stock to Their Previous Investments. Have a Gold Mine of Their Own. I A party of distinguished Iowa gen tlemen arrived at the Hotel Adams yesterday from Bouse where they have been for several days, looking over the mines in that section, hav ing had some interests there for sev eral yearsi which they had never seen before, and having recently become interested in the Little Butte mine. The party consists of F. J. Bechely, Dr. Harry T. Walker, J. Mandeville, Joe S. Morgan and W. L. York. Mr. Bechely is superintendent of a 300 mile division of the Illinois Central railroad, having about 5,000 men .un der his direction. Mr. Morgan is the owner of two Iowa newspapers, was for eleven years postmaster of Du buque and for twenty years the pri vate secretary of Senator Allison. Dr. Walker is a leading physician and surgeon of Dubuque. Mr. Mandeville is with the Illinois Central railroad as it Mr. Bechely, and Mr. Tork is a practical mining man who for years has had charge of the mining inter ests "of Messrs. Walker and Morgan in old Mexico. The primary object of their visit to Arizona was to inspect the Little Butte mine in which they bought 5,000 shares of stock sometime ago. Messrs. Morgan- and Walker have hac. an interest in a gold property in the Bill Williams country for the last four years and have been trying to find time to look it over, but did not do so until they became interested in the Little Butte and decided to come and take a look at things generally. Concerning the gold property which has been under development all this time, they are much pleased with what they saw and report that some fine ore has been encountered, some of it showing high values, almost "picture" rock. The property has never been given a name as the ownership rests in a few men who are quietly developing it and have no stock for sale. It was the Little Butte, however, that finally drew them on the ground and they were so well pleased with what they saw that the party added 25,000 shares to their previous hold ings of 5,000 shares, which is about as fine a testimonial as anybody could give of his favorable impression of any mine. As soon as they reached town they began sending tele grams to their friends in effect that the mine is all that was represented, and even more, and Mr. Morgan proceeded to load up his newspapers with real hand made autograph re- Washfng Windows. Before windows are washed, remove the dust both outside and in with a dry soft cloth, clean the corners and grooves with a skewer, covered with a cloth. Have ready a nail of warm suds made by dissolving a tablespoonful of Gold Dust washing powder in warm water. Dip a sou ciou in tne water, squeeze almost dry and wipe the glass off. Polish with chamois as it leaves no lint and does the work with more ease. Do not wash windows when the sun is shining on them. Wash mirrors in the same way as windows. Then polish with a soft cloth charged with powdered whiting. Finish with an old silk handkerchief. T IN SELF DEFENSE . ALSO IN THE ports of the promising things he had seen. J. E. Meyers, president of the Little Butte company came in from Bouse with them and brings the news of added industry at the mine. The force employed has been increased to twenty-two men. The north and south drifts on the lower level now aggregate 75 feet along the vein and the fine ore shoot is still holding out There is plenty of ore in sight and it is being taken from the mine rap Idly. Hitherto the hauling to Bouse has . been done by one four-horse team. Two six-horse teams have been added and it is believed the company will be able to market about eight carloads, or in the neighborhood of 300 tons, per month. The first carload has been shipped to El Paso and that will be the smelting point for the present, though in the event of the early resumption of the Hum boldt smelter different plans may be made. Statement by Nevada Killer Which Requires Elaboration. . San Bernardino, Aprif 22. James Nobles, the miner who shot and kill ed Frank Orr and Arthur Dow near Newberry mountain, seventeen miles south of Searchlight, was captured by an automobile posse, headed by Deputy Sheriff Frank Colton, at the Connor ranch. According to Noble's story, he shot in self defense after a trivial cuari. rel over the snatching of a hat from his head by Orr. Dow was shot In the back. Nobles is in the Setrch light jail and smokes and reads while awaiting his preliminary trial on Friday. MANNING THE MOTORS Probably Peaceful Settlement ' ', of Coast Railway Controversy.-; San Bernardino, April 22. OffjiHails of the Brotherhood of Railway Trillfi- men of the Santa Fe, this afternoon received word from the grtevaiuse, committee of San Francisco 'that r a similar committee from San - Fran cisco, after several audiences with Southern Pacific officials had been successful in gaining recognition of the order In the conduct of" meter Arizona OstrlcljTarm.! ! . " "5boitU.'ArUa Salesroom: Cor. First and Adams. BYOCK PLUMES . Exceptionally Beautiful. We are offering some excep tional bargains in Byock Plumes extra beautiful in their markings. Special Prices. 13 inches S4.00 1 inches So.OO 17 inches..... S6.00 18 inches.: S7.00 cars on the Valley division of the" Mr. Meyer believes that with company, agreeing to man each motor his railroad siding completed, he can with a conductor, engineer and brake- ship about a carload of ore per day. man, all from the trainmen's order at The special train of President F. M. standard wages. Murphy and party of the S. F. P. & It is believed that the Santa Fe P. was at Bouse early yesterday will grant its trainmen's demands re- morning and among the gentlemen specting motor service on the coast was Engineer Longacre, one of Mr. division, and the controversy' will be Murphy's trusted Yavapai mining men. He dropped off at Bouse to look at the nearby mines and it expected he would be joined at the Little Butte yesterday afternoon by Mr. Murphy and the rest of his party. George Tisdale was also visitor at the mine yesterday. o settled amicably. A SHOT OR-TWO. l-HH-H-Hi-i"!":'i'I"I"l"I"l"I"H"H- Just As the Doctor Orders So we dispense each prescription, however complicated, or order. however simple. All orders by mail, tele phone or in person re- ceive the same careful Z attention. We are glad to de liver goods anvwhere in ? the city with no charge ? on messenger service Adams Pharmacy I Henry B. Cate, Mgr. In Hotel Adams. m - r- a f ei xI 21.5. If you must rap rap the rapper. The strongest of us are dependent on advertising and the results for our business. Printers' Ink enters largely Into th making of a successful business. Even a Funeral Procession Is an ad vertisement that some one Is dead. When a good idea comes by you, grab it firmly by the hand not by the throat. Never attack one's private rights un less the certain public good will out weigh the private wrong. If your advertising appropriation is small, don't lose it all amongst many mediums concentrate your Publicity Energy in one strong attack through the one best medium. Don't be a waiter advertise now, and the good time will come to you. The successful business is the busi ness that gets the bulk of the business during the live season and also the dead season the business that throws an extra cob on the fire of publicity when the other fellow's fire is out and extends a warmer' ;weleome to the Buyer. ' '" - -- With advertising you make a name - and without it, you don't. Is your face covered -with fretwork wrinkles? Have you ever stopped to think that it doesn't take any more time to earn 150.000 a year than J1.000? Don't scratch the soil of business with a pen-knife plough deep adver tise if you wish the best returns. Spending money is a serious propo sition with the buyer don't be funny in your advertising. Don't cut prices unless you are going to cut prices the average buyer has a general Hea of the valuation of mer chandise. And don't forget that your customer has been in other stores usually knows what he is talking about, even if he doesn't stick to his point sometimes he doesn't come back. The sun always shines the brightest just after the blackest clouds have broken stay by the advertising. The business man who is the most successful doesn't follow In the foot steps of hi competitor all the time he is the fellow who foolishly adver tises when his competitor does not. The ad that always brings a smile marriage announcement. Personal experience with a tube of ManZan Pile Remedy will convince you It Is Immediate relief for all forms of Piles. Comes nut un in a tube with gives immediate relief. Can be ap plied directly to the affected parts, reducing Inflammation, swelling and itching. Guaranteed. . Price 60c. LARSON'S DRUG CO. Crump pays 22'Ac cash for eggs. The 20th Century Match. Two boxes for 6c. The only match In the world that has no after glow. When ex tinguished can be thrown on carpet or in a hay stack with no danger of damage, hence it is the safest match for farmers or housekeeper's. Ask your grocer or Ed. Olsen, Agent, 208 West Washington street. Cepyrif ta lo, by Ontcrah A4mtiinf Cc. Ckgo April 12, 1909. Dear Friend: Meal makes good bread, meal makes mush. Oatmeal makes good mush for breakfast, too. You can get so many nice break fast food at the grocer's, Meal, 35 cents a sack; 10-lb. sack Graham, 35c.; 10-lb. sack. Whole Wheat Flour. 35c . Your friend, JACOB. DDRRIS-HEYMANN FURNITURE CO, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS Noble Block. Cor. 1st & Adams St. SATURDAY SPECIAL TRUNKS 2lf.fr Off Suit Cases, Grips, .... Valises .... ARE YOU GOING AWAY? HOW about the trunk, valise and suit case? Will it stand the knocks and raps of transporta tion? Will it stand an inspection by inquisitive strangers? Why not take advantage of our Saturday discount sale and get a new one? We 'carry the fullest line of trunks, suit cases, grips and valises in Phoenix the kind made for service. Off Hammocks. See the big roomy ham mocks that have just ar rived. New color schemes. Refrigerators. Will your refrigerator stand another year's ser vice? Why not get a san itary' refrigerator. 1tTtk7 J2TT?ii. fTTff7" ' u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -f LONG HARDWARE COMPANY. 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I - r - t? Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat. Nice Private Rooms for Parties - and Families. Short Orders at All Hours. REGULAR MEALS, 25c Noa. 22 and 24 East Washington 81 MARK LAND, Proprietor P. 8. They sell so many break fast foods where we buy that they are always fresh. Mama sends me always to Mc BEE'S Cash Store .t....t..i..I..i..;..l..I..t..I....I..t.....t..I....1..1....1..I..II,l, t;..1..,.i....t,,;..;..i,,I,.I....1..i..1..1.,..1,.,.I..8... AND IF YOU LIKE Co&r rrrp Tiowseas, THE ARIZONA CLEANING! AND DYEING WORKS. 'Mrs. Lilur Wilson, Prop. THE TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties aerved with extra. fine real Chinese China dishes. Private room and family style when desired. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. Regular meals, 25c. Short orders an night. S3 North Center Street, Phoenix. Arizona, JUST LIRE HOME Is the way you will find the cooking at Cafe Mills, 33 N. 1st Are. i Tender Steak Our Steaks are not only of the highest quality, but they are cut right half of the eating is in the cutting. Try us. Independent Meat Market THE BIG SHOW Plays nothing but high class acts, qual ity and quantity. Thousands of feet - of moving pictures each evening. Noth ing too good. Nothing too high priced, Always something new and novel. Two shows each evening, 7:15 and 8:30. General admission 10c; reserved seats 5 and 10c. Phone Main 297. 1-3 West Washington St. KIMtHItlltltIMHMHlHHII'timMlHMMMf Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS . $150.00 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. A FULL LINE OF Gas R&njes JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEP Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-133 West Washington St