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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1909.
w mm 15 pays OF- I 4r.-r-T HARDWARE ID-SUM ER, GUUUNCL- SALE Begins July 1st on the Enormous Stock bf: GUNS RANGES I FURNITURE i CUTLERY BABY CARP TARES f I rtWTrJA ? -RART5WTRF. RUGS J GLASSWARE i TENTS f LINOTRttm f i t ' ' 1 T WILL PAY Y OU 1 1 t!IV "V" . flit Bargain Basement The coolest salesroom in the city with counters loaded with goods sit fi.uii Hi '-T'.ii'i to One-Half l'rUs, lor 'xuiri"!e. COUNTER. See Baseinent. I inmr T';utes, slightly il induce. 1, rr Coat Hangers J 12 dozen Hooks mid Eyes, for JJk Har Soap Thomas Ink 5 Nursing Bottles JJ Many other values as above. 10 COUNTER. Sea Basement. Milk Cans J0 Square Cake Pans 10 Wire Egg Boiler lOc?" Colored Crepe Caps 10 Etc., Etc. This i Great Sale July 1st Begins Come and see the best values ever offered in f this valley. We are determined to clear away the decks to make ready for the fall. Our loss is your gain. Your gain means future friendship for this store. We want a host of satisfied customers. .V ,;, ;;, H,,;M..t, .,;,H-W.4-tHH--H-i"I'l'I"I VI fHII H MM' , ... . ....... ' v Special Invitation Is Ex tended to the Ranchers ? And others living in the smaller towns in Maricopa f County. This is the time to fit up the home with I the things that make the kitchen handy and the t parlor beautiful, at a big saving. We promise val- 1 ues in Hardware, Furniture and thousands of other 2 useful things that have never been known in this I neck of the woods. f 15t COUNTER. See Basement. Never before In Phoenix values like these: Beautiful pieces of China worth SOe. for 15 240 big Parlor Matches 15 8-it. Galvanized Water Buckets 150 I - . ft. ' J- - tie "JZC sw-j-f J t-'ltirt' i-a I'aioma roiiet soap, je nox S?m?e for 250 r? o-ri COUNTER. " ' See Basement. :- Ilaviland Dinner Plates 330 GUNS AND SPORTING Taney Imported China Cups and GOODS Sa"C"rS " 33 Enameled Preserving Kettles 3t0 '20 PER CENT. OFF 2 Ballon Copper Bottom Coffee , , . Boilers 35 . Double Barrel Gunt. Single Barrel Hammer 500 COUNTER. Guns. See Basement. . Baseball Bats. : Beautiful Hand Painted Cups and " Baseball Gloves. Saucers, worth (1.25 500 u .. , Nickle Plated Tea Kettle 500 Hunting Coats. 12 jt. 2-coat Enameled Iairy Single Barrel 22 Rifles. Pans 500" Great biff Preserving Kettles 500 N ii.- of tin "i- discounts 3 u.t. to 1 gal. Enameled Cotfe appiy to i;ixatins Goods. Pot 500 Hardware Our stock of Shelf Hardware, Tools and Hope Is one of the most complete In the county. Now is the time to build the house. Discounts on Shelf Hardware. .JO Pr cent, off Tools JO cen- ff Wheelbarrows ..-10 Per certV off Barbwire Q per cent, off Oil Stoves 10 Per cent- off Razors 10 Pr cen- Gasoline Stoves.. 10 Per cent, off Pocket Knives... 10 Per cent, off Grindstones 10 Per cent, off Granite Ware ...10 Per cent, off Water Coolers --10 Per cent, off Lawn Swings 10 Per cent, off Refrigerators 10 Per cent, off Cast Cook Stoves 10 per cent, off Ranges, $45 and over 15 per cent, off Hotel Ranges ...15 Per cent, off 25 Per Cent Off TOY DEPARTMENT Dolls, Iron Toys, Wagons hun dreds of things to pleaia the children. 25 -Per Cent Off BABY CARRIAGES AND FOLDING GO-CARTS We-have the celebrated Gendron Folding Go-Carts, and never be fore has there been such an op portunity to buy a buggy for the baby cheaper. 25 PER CENT. OFF Genuine Glasscock Baby Walkers. Hammocks 20 Per cent " Suit Cases 25 P,r cent, off Porch Chairs 20 Pr cent, off Porch Settees .-20-Per """ Fancy China 33 1-3 per cent, off Haviland China. .15 per cent, off Electric Lamps .-25 Per cent, off Decorated Dinner Sets 20 Per cent, off Every Fancy Cup and Saucer on Our Counter at 50 Per cent, off Window Shades.. 10 per cent, off Blankets 25 Pep cent, off Mattresses 10 Per cent, off Furniture EVERY DRESSER IN THE HOUSE 25 PER CENT. OFF Mission Dining Tables 15 Pr cent, off Dining Chairs ..-10 Pr cent, off Fancy Rockers .-25 Per cent, off Sideboards 25 Per cent, off Library Tables... 25 Per cent, off Shaving or Medi cine Cabinets .-25 Per cent, off Ladies' Desks ..-25 Per cent, off Genuine Cook's Linoleum 20 Per cent, off Lace Curtains.... 25 Per cent, off Portieres 25 Per cent, off Odd Rockers ...-25 Per cent, off Mission Rockers. 25 Per cent, off Mission Parlor Suites . 2 5 Per cent, off Iron Beds 25 Per cent, off Brass Beds 20 Psr cent off Springs 10 Pr cant, off Hall Seats 25 Per cent- off Davenports 25 Per cent, off Office Desks 20 Per cent, off Just Arrived A Splendid Offering. 25 Per Cent Off On all of our beautiful line of Brussels, Axmin ster and "Wilton Kugs. No woman iu Maricopa coun ty can afford to have a room without being liand somely carpeted at these prices. 25 Per Cent Off On all Carpets, Matting, Ingrain and other Rugs. MOO BE S STOVES ALWAYS PLE 1-1,1,, - a. 1 S3 THE CON TROLLER DAMPER furnisKed with MOORE'S STEEL RANGES is one of the little thinn whici mean so much to you in ttw Ion? run. Its an automatic check on tne cool pile which earns dollars every month, and besides it iocs the work better. It enables you to keep the fire just right. It does not po out, neither does it get too hot and burn things. We want to show you this and the other handy devices on ttwse ranges. 15 Per Cent Off On every MOORE or MON ARCH RANGE selling for $43.00 or more. 'And we only ask you to visit our Stove Department that we may show you the Ranges and the list of our 400 satis fied Range customers. This discount includes our Hotel Ranges. SCHRjarsRUIT 20 PER CENT FF 25 PER CENT 0FF 33 10 PER CENT 0FF 10 off on 15 PER CENT 0FF Tins, dozen $1.00 On Water Sets, Drink- . - On Monarch Malleable (J.mts ,l,,zen ....$1.25 " On all Silverware and Off Oil all On Meat Grinders, LaWll Family and Hotel ll.n gallou .. $1.50 ing Glasses and Table Bread Raisers and RJt Ranees Thev are the They are the best Cut Glass. PurSeS Wnn. rfl MOWCrS Kanges. ihey are the made. Glassware. Woodenware. best. T ? m V I t t I 4- "I" CORDIAL INVITATION o Goods Rented Nothing Second Hand OUR FURNITURE AND RUGS ARE ALL NEW. 4 ' . T t. We invite every man, woman and child to visit our Hardware Department, our China Department, our Toy Department, our Stove Department, our Rug and Carpet Department, our cool Basement Bargain Department. Free Fans. Cold Ice Water. mson s Hash Store 22-24 W. Washington St. PHOENIX - ARIZONA i ' ? I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I H ' ii OF LOCAL INTEREST ii i '-I U I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I WAS AT KELVIN Pave TireninKr, v. ho htm Ik en omiilnyi-1 at Kelvin, has p tarii'd anil will remain in employ ni Ht in I'li-ienix. COLISEUM CHANGE The bill at the Coliseum will have a complete hanpe tonislit The new acts are said to be far better than the previous bill. BITTEN BY A TARANTULA Man- aer S. II. Mitchell of the Phoenix Street Railway company was bitten yesterday nfernnnn by a tarantula. Mr. MitclKil vt-nt mt on the lawn in front of UK; hous-e and throw himself down on llw prass. He did not i main Ions. He frit a sharp pain on the outer part of the left leg and next saw what caused it a small tarantula. He per formed the first act recommended in a casualty of this sort; he killed the in sect. In a short time the pain be came intense and Mr. Mitchell came to town and sought the aid of a physician. LATTER DAY SAINTS The Reor ganized Church of Jesus Christ of Lat ter Day Saints will hold Sunday serv ices as follows: Preaching in tho plaza at 1 p. m. Sabbath school at 2:45 p. m. at 801) South Second avenue. Prayer meeting same place at 3:50 p. rn. Will S. Pender, Missionary, 91S Kast Monroe street. D. O. K. K. REPRESENTATIVE S. P. Hoefer, Imperial representative of the D. O. K. K-. will leave Phoenix Tuesday evening for Asheville. X. C, where the session of the Imperial Pal ace Iramatic Order Knights of Kho rassan, will be held July 12 to 18. The Battery Park hotel will be the head quarters of the organization. THE SCUDDER INQUEST The In quest of Charles S. Srudder,- who died at the Central Avenue dairy on 1M- day. was concluded yesterday nfter noon by Coroner Johnstone. Though the testimony brought out the fact that Scudder had been drinking a great deal, that was only contributory to hjs death at the most. He had been quite ill the day before. The direct cause of death was due to heart failure. EASTERN ELKS Paul R. Ingles, who has recently been in the east, re turns with very flattering remarks re garding the B. P. O. K. all over the United States. He states that without a doubt the Elks this year are show ing more enthusia-sm in the coming convention jit Is Angeles than has any other order ever shown in a like event. Every lodge is sending great numbers. Cincinnati will probably send throe special trains, and other cities In proportion. Mr. Ingles be lieves that when proportion is taken into consideration, Phoenix stands at the head of the list all over the coun try, and also when distance, size of the lodge, etc., is considered. Phoenix wilt undoubtedly have the largest showing at Los Angeles. Paul Ingles is tho. regular delegate of the Phoenix lodge and will be the honored antler at the convention. , AN ARTIST IN JAIL A. Bomardin. the Frenchman, who was held to the grand jury on the charge of bringing Adele Benitez into the country for im moral purposes. Is something of an artist. Ho is a manufacturer of bottles and drinking glasses, or rather an ex pert decorator of bottles and glasses, and many samples of his handiwork are on exhibition in the jail. The bottles have the appearance of branches of trees with the rough bark on the smaller branches cut off close. So strong is the appearance that the impression of the beholder Is that a branch of a tree has actually been noli lowed out to the size of the bottle and the bottle inserted, but the inves tigator is puzzled by his failure Jo find the joint that would necessarily have to be left by that process. The fact is that what appears to be the rough bark is papier mache. The sawed off ends of the (supposed smaller limbs are aetually sections of wood which have been deftly fastened Into the papier mache. The process Is on which Bo mardin says is a secret of his. There Is in New Orleans a saloon which he decorated In this way. The entire back bar looks as if It had been cut out of a forest in the rough and the bottles and glasses are of the same kind he has on exhibition. RESULTS OF SUGAR DAY C- M. Zander of the Valley Realty company states that sugar day at Glendale yes terday brought out several new facts. The farmers have found out that the raising of the sugar beet Is a profit able industry and that no other -section of the country today can excel this vi cinity for beets, either for the quantity of sugar produced from the beet, or for the tonnage to the acre. He be lieves 4hat at last the dreams of the rancher are a reality far beyond their greatest hones; that sugar beet land will soon rise tp S40U an acre, and that next year the amount of acreage will have to be limited in the valley. This I new industry will mean the chopping I of the larger tracts into hundreds of smaller ranches, with all the advan tages of urban life in a rural atmos phere. Mr. Zander thinks that the time will not be very far - distant when stree car lines will be a net work all over the valley and that this section of Arizona will be similar to Southern California, with a hundred advantages thrown In. AN EDITOR WANTED The United States civil service commission an nounces an examination on July 14, 1909, to secure eligibles from which to make certification to fill a vacancy in the iosition of editor 1n the'bureau tf education, department of the Inte rior, at a salary of IJ.OOO per afinumT and vacancies requiring similar quali fications as they may occur in that department. The duties of the position will be performed chiefly at Washing ton and will Include correspondence report writing, editing and the prepa ration' of original articles concerning the various phases of education. There vil also be occasional work outside of Washington studying educational institutions and problems, attending conferences and giving addresses at jmixirtant public meetings. It is de sired to secure In the appointee se lected one having a broad general edu cation who has also specialized in the study of education and has a wide knowledge of educational literature, in cluding current publication, so that he will bo able to give advice and to fur nish information concerning matters which may be of interest to the educa tional public at any time. It is not essential that he should be skilled in the preparation of copy or in the read ing of proof. . Men only will be ad mitted to this examination. Competi tors will not" be ' assembled for any tests. Age limit 21 to 45 years. AT THE BEACH Another vaca tionist, J. B. Baggiore, is on his way to the beach at Ocean Park, expect ing to be gone for some time. He will stop in Los Angeles on the way.