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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1909.
5 ore s rreinventory Sale Corselette Wrappers Corselette Wrappers Made of excellent qual ity Percale, waist nicely boned ;i shown in Children's Dresses Our Entire Stock of Children's Dresses White as well as colored, plain as well as fancy during this sale at 1-3 Off illustration to vour ion regular !.- Kinds . Just a rew More Days -of the Big St 3-:? ? :-U Some Stunning Footwear Beginning Friday, flune 18 and until .further not ice this store closes Fri days at noon. H-H-i-H-H WHWWH-WI WICKENBURG DEBTORS CAN'T LOSE WICKENBURG CREDITORS ANOTHER OVERTAKEN FOR A BOARD EILL. Wi kf-ntiurR-, June 11. (Spwial cor respondence of The Republican.) Ralph Pool, a young man who has ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. Motors, Telephones and Electrical Construction Work of all kinds. CALIFORNIA & ARIZONA E. S. CON. CO. R. Clemmer, Manager. Wickenburg. PROF. .ALFRED MARTINEZ Gives lessons in ail kinds of Vocal and Instrumental Music. Prices rea sonable. GENERAL BLACKSMITH Mine Work JOHN A. Phone Main 33 m Specialty. THRONE. Wickenburg! Ariz. iiw for ' 93c Tailored Waists $2.50 Tailor-Made Waists Strictly pure Linen, neatly tucked in this sale at $1.69 Silk Dresses $15 and $17.50 Silk Dresses One piece styles, of good quality taffeta in all the latest spring colorings in this sale for . . . .' $7.99 Rubberized Coats Long Rubberized Coats In blue, brown and black, the best ever offered at 7.50 in this sale for $4.19 For 16-Button "Kayser" Silk Gloves Tn black, white and every desirable spring shade. These are our regular $1.25 Gloves and must consequently limit each person to one pair. Misses' Sample vici and pat. kid, welt or turn soles, sizes 13t and 1, regular $2.50 and $3.00 values in this sale, choice . . . . Boys' Tan Vici Kid Shoes Pop ular styles, sizes 21 to 5l-, ac tual $2.50 values in this sale, pair Women's $2.00 .rumps (uite a rietv to choose leathers during pair About 265 Pairs Pumps and Shoes In pat. and vici kid, turn and welt soles, most all sizes and widths, banner $3.50 and $4.00 values in this - sale, pair Galatea Cloth "Hyde grade," in solid colors, dots, figures, checks and stripes, light and dark ef fects, all fast colors reg ular 20c value at, yard 14c H"M"I I'M "I II 'I I'l-l-Ml.M i i-i'A DEPARTMENT been employed at the Central Arizona electric plant here for some time, was arrested while en route to Phoenix on Monday's midnig-Kt train by Deputy Sheriff Woods. The charge against Pool vas made by Harry (Towel!, who has a board bill against him amount ing to $46.70. Since his arrest other bills are looming up against him, one of them beins1 another board bill, Mrs. J. M. Sanders being the creditor to the extent of $41. Pool was given a hear ing this morning before Judge Riggs. Were it not for his fellow employes he stood a good chance of going to jail. As it was, his friends got together and settled all claims against him. He was then given his liberty. X. McCarver reached his" thirty-fifth year today. To celebrate the happy event a surprise party was given by Mrs. McCarver at their residence Tuesday night. Many toasts were giv en wishing Mr. McCarver all kinds of good things, good health and long life. The guests enjoyed the little surprise and the many good things that were served in the way of refreshments Im mensely. Card games were played and it '.wis a late hour before the lights were out. The following guests were present: Earl Smith and wife, C. W. Piatt and wife, I B. Woods and wife, R. W. Baxter and wife, C. C. Davis and wife and E. S. Jones and daugh ter. Dixon Fagerberg, a Prescott commis Best Yard-Wide Cre tonnes and Art Denims Handsome floral and Per sian designs, regular 20c and 25; values in this sale, vard 16-k Sacrifices Oxfords In gun metal, $ 5 $ and $2.50 Oxfords and considerable va- 4 ii from, nil stvlish V I H this sale, ;.. of "American Lady" sion merchant, was a business visitor here today. Rev. Posey and wife returned Mon day from the Congress mine, where he held services Sunday. J. B. Smith came into town - from his ranch along the Ifassayampa with a load of fine new potatoes, cabbages and onions. He did a rushing; busi ness. On account of the new undertaking law which was passed by the last leg islature, W. M- Poiilson left for Phoe nix to attend the examinations which are being held. R. A. Roberts left for the Golden Star mine today. The mine is located about two miles north of the Vulture. He expects to stay out there for some time. The last meeting of the reading club was held Monday night. . The club finished its reading of "The Fair God." The members were entertainod at the Widmeyer residence by Mrs. John Wit'neslay and Mrs. C. H. Widmeyer. Milton Sutherland, a prominent min ing man of Pouse. passed through here on his way to tho Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition. A. J. Simpson of Los Angeles passed through here from Bouse en route to Phoenix to attend the directors- meet ing of the Arizona-Bouse Copper com pany who are the owners of the Little Butte mine. Mr. Simpson says a ledge of gold and rich copper ore was struck the other day at about a level of 110 feet. The ledge runs from two to three feet in wfcfth and about twenty seven men are working on it. E. S. Jones received a telegram last night from Prescott bearing very sad news. His daughter, Evelyn, was h PRICE For New Sample Line of Lingerie Waists Hundreds of the prettiest, fluffiest garments you ever laid your eyes upon, picked up by our New York representative at a great, big discount. A score of dear, dainty models exquisite inspirations- from foreign lands the sample line from Sol. Cross & Co., New York's leading importer rich rare effects-in lingerie as well as crepe, white and a few colors. Stunning creations trimmed in many different ways to suit "the most particular taste each and everv one different values rang ing from .fL()0 to .f2G00. 3Z SPECIAL 2000 yards of Silk and Satin Ribbons In black, white and -colors, flow ered, 'striped, plaid and moire effects, up to 7 inches wide, regular 35c to 5V values in this sale, vard I9c $1.64 For choice of anv BOYS' WASH " SUITS Selling regularly at $2.00 and $2.50. Wc have them in plain white pique, lin en or novelty jacquard, all sizes. 4- Off 4- Off On entire stock of Men's and B03V STRAW HATS For Bovs' Lightweight . BIB OVERALLS In different colors and every size you may de sire. stricken with appendicitis and Is in a serious condition. Mr. Jones left for Prescott early this morning and It is :very likely that his wife, who is now in Salome, will follow when she-Is In formed of her daughter's illiiesK'v LICENSES ISSUED 10 UNDERTAKERS Territorial Board of Examiner's Holds First Session. Examines Candidates jnd Issues Licenses. Yesterday the first examination under the law of the last legislature which provided for the examination and licensing of undertakers and em balmers was held. The board of ex aminers is S. L. Easterling. H. W. Maus, of Prescott and O. C. Parker, of Tucson. The law as passed provided for the licensing of all of f.ie undertakers engaged in the business at the time of the passage of the statute. The list of those to whom licenses were issued under that provision is as fol lows: A. L. Moore, George F. Merryman, A. H. McLellan, S. L. Easterling, P. Mohn, J. T. Whitney, George P. Driscoll of Phoenix; A. F. Sanguinetti of Yuma; D. M. Chance lor, Morenci; Georgia Ruffner, Pres cott; Charles R Van Martin, King man; O. C. Johnson, Yuma; F. H. -1 It ifcfru 20 Pieces of Double Fold Cheviot Shirtings Xeat striped patterns in blue and oxblood. actual 10c values in this sale, yard 64c "Sophomore" Clothes Reduced $n.85 For Choice of Entire Line of Men's and Young Men's and 3 piece styles in jiTiil i no sevTf m For Choice of Any Men's or Young Men's $17.50 and $18.00 Suit in the Building Includ- ing "High Art" and "Sophomore" Clothes, 2 and 3-piece styles in fancy mixtures, plaids and stripes, in the season's most $ 4 i i or or Men's ana 1 Suits, including every 2 and 3-piece suit of this l denomination in stock, "Sophomore" and "High Art" makes, striking examples of fault less tailoring and a broad range of weaves and patterns. $ 17. 1 iZior Men's ana Young Men's $zd ana $zi.ov 43 Suits All of them 3-niece garments represent- I I ing the highest achievements of the tailor's craft.. "High Art" and "Sophomore" brands a banner collection of fancv weaves to select from. and F. F. Jonej, Globe; Charles B. I Tarbe.ll, Tombstone; W. A. Parr, Winslovr; Kirk L. Hart, Tucson; ! John Riley, Tucson; J. S. Button, Williams; Walter G. Hubbard, Bisbee. The following were present to take the examination: Ray Close, Prescott, Louis Map man, Tucson: Leo C. Loh meyer, Tucson.; W..P. Scott, Jerome; L. L. Ruffner, Prescott; Wm. Paul son, Wickenburg; J. W. Woodrow, Phoenix; I). O. Martin, Wst Vir ginia; O. C. Parker, Tucson; W. H. Maus, Prescott. "- Yesterday there was a practical Despair andjDespondency No one but a woman can tell the story of the suffering, the despair, and the despondency endured by women who carry a daily burden of ill-health and pain because of disorders and derangements of the delicate and important organs that are distinctly feminine. The tortures so bravely endured com pletely upset the nerves if long continued. ' Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a positive euro for weakness and disease of the femintns organism El) 'A Vi it tones and builds and motherhood. . have nothing to It is non-secret, non-alcoholic and has ask Tour Neighbors, ibey probably know of some of its many cures. I If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure them at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing only, and he will send you a free copy of his great thousand-page illustrated Common Sense' Medical Adviser revised, up-to date edition, in paper covers. In handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.V Serge Coats Women's Cream Serge Coats Some plain, others trimmed in bands of black taffeta, regular $10 val ues in this sale choice for $5.99 Dress Skirts One Lot of Dress Skirts A sample line from one of X. Y. foremost makers, solid colors and novelty effects in this sale at .V9 Price Silk Waists A Large Line of China Silk Waists In white and black, plain and embroidered, short and long sleeves, values ranging from $2.50 to $5.00 during this sale for ' $1.93 Women's $1.25 Pure Silk Hose Absolutely all Silk and nothing else, spliced heels and toes, in black, white, tan, grey, lavender,' sky and Alice blue, sizes 8 to 9!o in this sale, pair S15 Suits Comnnsinsr !i and nobby fancy weaves and black VB'it H' approved models. Young Men's $zu ana $z'z.ou Turkey Red Table Cloths With fringes, 2 yards long and warranted to wash, usually $1.00 in this sale only 69c demonstration at the morgue of East erling & Whitney at which those taking the examination were present. On anil after the first of Septem ber it will be unlawful for any person to engage in the practice of embalm ing who has not secured a license from the territorial board of exam iners. The fee for the registry of the license will be five dollars and the fee for renewals will be two dol lars. This amount is assessed t? be applied toward the fund, which pro vides for the expense connected with the maintenance of the board. IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONG, . SICK WOMEN WELL.- It allays inflammation, heals ulceration and soothes pain.' up the nerves. It fits for wifehood Honest medicine dealers sell it, and ante noon von as lust as tfood." a record of forty years of cures. ft 4. vfr W -Wtftit -J , J I Beginning Fday, June. 18 and until further not ice this store closes Fri- days at noon. Excelsior Anto Cycle 8 Wins again, defeating all other motorcycles and automobiles in two great Hilf Climbs. At At lanta, Ga, two JExpelsiors, First and Second winning by a wide margin over stripped racers. At Redlands, Cal four Excelsiors finished 1, 2, 3 ana' 4 on a hill 15 miles long nd one mile high in 18 min. 5 'ae;. The winning automobile, a 60 H. P. stripped racer, required 24 min. 12 ec These were all strictly stock Excelsiors and their accomplish ment tells the story of Excelsior rnieurM'n 3 n union v , The Bicycle Man. B L'a Jii. Adams. m MORALES MERCANTILE CO. 244-246 E. Washington St. Moore & McLellan 1 Undertakers end Embalmer. Lady Assistant. - I 19 Wast Adams Street. I Telephone Main 122. J