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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1909.
BalconyBargainSale ,1 Jones Dry Goods Co. TODAY Children's Silk finished hose in white, tan, blue, pink and red, a very pretty 25e 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 know 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. Thev are plentv good for them to lose. On the balconv Fri- dav and Saturdav 'c This is your last chance on Laces and Embroideries, as this week's sale will take all of them. "When these arc gone there are no more to be had. They are on sale again this week on the balconv 5c White 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 ..98c "We will have a "balcony special" on all ril)bons Fridav and Saturdav. 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. "Wire Hair Pins, crimped or plain. All sizes, on the balcony Friday and Saturday. lc roll Ladies' "Wash Belts, whites, blues and pink combi nations with pearl buckles. It's a dandy, fresh, clean stock. On the balcony Friday and Sat urday 10c Our "Wednesday special prices on millinery will ar ply again Friday and Saturday on what few hats we have. If you want a pattern hat at less than half price this is your chance. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR "We have three "lots" of Muslin underwear on sale Friday and Saturday at prices less than manufac turers' cost. "We 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 9be, nothm higher. NEW CALICOES AT 5c. Every imaginable color in new patterns and de signs, in prints with side bands. The are standard goods and every yard is worth 7 l-2c, but Friday and Saturday on the balcony they .are 5 1 WASH GOODS. The largest, prettiest and best display of this sea son's wash goods you ever saw. They are the 12 and 15c goods. A whole table of them Friday and Saturday on the balcony 9c Hooks and Eyes, black or white, all sizes, the 5c kind. On the balcony Friday and Saturday, lc card 3G-inch Taffeta Silk, cream white only. On the bal cony Friday and Saturday at 25c Again we suggest that you come early, Friday, if possible, as Saturday usually finds some things en tirelv sold out. was YOUNG PEOPLE WED UNOSTENTATIOUSLY Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman Rogers Will Leave Tuesday For New York on Their Honeymoon Trip. William Coleman Rogers and Miss Emma C. Stoffel were married Wed nesday evening by Rev. L. Williams, at the home of M-. and Mrs. M. A. Dickson, "17 North First street. W. P. Stoffel, a cousin of the bride, per formed the office of best man and Mrs. Dickson served as maid of hon or, Mr. Dickson officiating in all managerial functions. After the wedding a pleasing dinner was served down town at which the .parties named and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I Green were guests. The ypung people who have been contemplating matrimony for some time, and who had at first Intended celebrating their wedding at the home of the groom's family in New York on May 5. at the conclusion of a cross continent trip, changed their minds and decided to make the east ern visit a wedding tour instead of a pre-nuptial Journey. This change of plan gave rise in the mind of a re porter, to a story of romance that blossomed forth in an afternoon pub lication, as a secret wedding, a sur prise to society, etc. No public fes tivity had ever been planned, no par ticular secrecy was ever sought and had the information been applied for at the proper sources, it would have been correctly given. The young peo ple did not conceive that their move ments were of particular public con cern, in view of the fact that no local celebration of the event had been announced, so when they decided to wed at once, they did so without an nouncement,' or appreciation that there was anything particularly ro mantic or unusual in the incident. It is the purpose of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers to leave next Tuesday for the east. They will stop In Chicago to meet the mother of Mrs. Rogers and will then proceed to New York City, the former home of Mr. Rogers and the present home of his relatives. After a visit of perhaps a niout'i t'.ioy Special OstricH Tip 25c. $1 Your opportunity to purchase the "mid gtt" ostrich tips in black, Tuscan, lav ender, etc., at a re duced price. We Fill Mail Orders Arizona OstricH Farm Salesroom 1st and Adams. 1 4-HM-M-HHH-4Hr- Just As the Doctor Orders So we dispense each prescription, however complicated, or order, however simple. All orders by mail, tele- v phone or in person re- i ceive the same careful attention. We are glad to de liver goods anywhere in the city with no charge on messenger service. Adams Pharmacy f Henry B. Cate, Mgr. ? In Hotel Adams. Tel M 243. Have only oncidoctor just one No sense in running from one doctor to another ! Select the best one, then stand by him. No sense in trying this thing, that thing, for your cough. Carefully, deliberately select the best cough medicine, then take it Stick to it Ask your doctor about Ayer's Uherrv sectoral tor tnroat ana iuns irouDies. lownr. ... will return to Phoenix, which Is to be their jermanent home. ' Mrs. Rogers came here from Ra cine, Wisconsin, about two years ago, to avoid the severity of the northern winters, her only relative here being her cousin, mentioned above. She has made many friends and Is popu lar with all who know her. Mr. Rogers Is a son of Archibald Rogers, a well to do and retired civil engineer of Hyde Park, New York. He came west a few years ago seek ing Investment In orange lands and first went to California which he looked over and where also he be came associated with Foster H. Rockwell, a well known citrus grow er. After looking over the orange sections of the golden state they came to Phoenix a year or two ago and were so well impressed with this val ley that they Invested quite heavily in orange lands, buying several dif ferent tracts. They have been mak ing their home on the R. R. ranch, which ia the business headquarters of both Mr. Rogers and Mr. Rock well. o WESTERN MINING STOCKS. Keweenaw S'-i Denn Warren 3 Helvetia H Qulncy 89 Nlplsslng 1014 Greene 1" Superior & Pittsburg 12 Miami 15 ITtah Consolidated 40 Old Dominion 52 North Butte 64 Calumet & Arizona 100 Butte Coalition 24 Shannon . 14 Shattuck 15V4 Arizona Commercial 42 Globe 4 '4 Black Mountain 1'4 Cumberland Ely " Nevada Consolidated 20'a GIROUX 8 National Extension 61 Superior & Boston 15 U Ray.'. 13S Ray Central 2 Rawhide 32 Lake 20 FRANK J. O'BRIEN. Broker. GLOBE VISITOR George Hin shaw, formerly of Phoenix, but now in business in Globe, is here for a few days, being called by the illness of his wife. POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS, 1c. EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS, 15e. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON ADAMS ST. Big strawberry sale; 3 boes, 25c. MiKee's, Saturday. o Great bargains on 5c. and 10c. tables at Curio closlng-out sale. 112 West Washington. Only a few days more. POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS, 1c. EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS, 15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON ADAMS ST. o Three boxes of strawberries, 25c. McKec's, Saturday. Copyright Ig, by Ostuult A jTtnitinj Co. Chf April 12, 1909. Dear Friend: Meal makes good bread, meal makes mush. Oatmeal makes good muth for breakfast, too. You can get so many nice break fast foods at the grocer's. Meal, 35 cents a sack; 10-lb. sack Graham, 35c; 10-lb. sack Whole Wheat Flour, 35c Your friend, JACOB. Crump pays 22i-e. cash for eggs. P. S. They sell so many break fast foods where we buy that they are always fresh. Mama sends me always to MCKEE'S Cash Store AND IF YOU LIKE THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS. Mrs. Lilur Wilson, Prop. The 20th Century Match. Two boxes for 5c. The only match In the world that haa 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. Ctllnton Campbell ' GENERAL CONTRACTOR RUeno Telvphait SS7 N. FeurtM Ave. Main 177 DI AM O ND Give Her a Hilderbran Diamond A DIAMOND from Ililderbran's ft truly a stone of quality a first water stone a" perfect stone imported direct by our buyers. A Hilderbran stone will al ways increase in value, not onlj in a financial sense, but in the regard of the owner. Don't fail to see the new blue and blue-white stones just ar rived $75 to $175 a karat. "Every Stone Guaranteed" F.A.HILDEPAN DORRIS-HEYMANN FURNITURE CO. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS Noble Block. Cor. 1st & Adams St. SATURDAY SPECIAL 20 TRUNKS c 414- f ifAf Ott 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 caes, grips and vali.ses 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 refrigerator your stand another year's ser vice? Why not get a san itary refrigerator. t,, .a. .;.i.HJ.img-" ravrxTsra sent ft et-t. h 4 1 335 mm I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I M 1 I I I U I I I U I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I f HAMMOCKS LONG HARDWARE COMPANY. 4 , I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Plac In Town to Eat Nice Private Rooms for rartle. and Families. Short Orders at All Hour. REGULAR MEALS, 25c Sob. 22 and 24 East Washington St- MARX LAND, Proprietor TOM'S AMERICAN HITCH LN Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms 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 aft night. 23 North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona. JUST LIRE HOME Is the way you will find the cooking at Cafe Mills, 33 N. 1st Ave. The Mail Order Store. MM READ THEM Raisins, Gold Ribbon brand, the best Califor nia produces; per pack age 10 and 15 cents. Salmon M onarch brand. If it's not the best you've ever tried, your money back for the asking. 1 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 Phone Main 297. 1-3 West Washington St. Raisins, in the bulk. Shipment just received. They are new and fresh; 3 pounds for 25 cents. Eagle Chili Powder; all you want; per pack age 10 and 12 cents. A. Wetzler Open till 6:30 p.m. , 35 VT. Washington St. Phone Main 259. Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150.00 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. iu4tniiitntti nun m in .. mnmmi in 1 1 G A FULL LINE OF 11 JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEF Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St.