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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1909.
7 " DAVI DSON 'S 15 DAYS OF lID-SUItn CLEARANCE SALE Begins July 1st on the Enormous Stock of: il t H 1 1 'I hhhhl I M I IlllfHH-!' HARDWARE CHINA a 1 1 1 n i m 1 1 i i 1 in i 1 1 i-m-h GUNS BARBWIRE HI II'WI 1 1 II I M 1 1 lH"H'"t"H"H I llii'IiW-H-HH-4i1 I I 1 HIH ! Ill .i,.M"H"M' j ill RANGES RUGS FURNITURE GLASSWARE fill l 'I-H-H-H-W' I I I 1 1 M -r-H-H-H-1 CUTLERY TENTS BABY CARRIAGES LINOLEUM -rt-H-r-r.M-H n n in i mm i i t 1 1 ii-mtwu-ninn 1 1 in H-fr-n-n-i-n-M-M miiiiiiiihi 1 1 1 1-h-m-m-m tmii i iihi iiim-i- GS AO 99 IT WILL PAY YOU Bargain Basement The coolest s.tlesro.' m in the city with ooimt-i. s load.-d witli goods at fioni iin-T'.il to Out-Half price, lor cian i-V-. ft COUNTER. Sa Basement. I-Iunt-r r;ate, slightly d-minne., SO Coat Hangers JJj 12 dozen Hooks and Eyes for 5 Bar Soap 5 Thomas Ink Jj4 Nursing Bottles 5 Many other values as above. 10? COUNTER. Saa Basament. Milk Cans JO Square Cake Pans lOf Wire ?fcgg Boiler 10 Colored Crepe Caps 10 - Etc.. Etc. -im l 1 ir a rnnuTCD IOC Sea Basement. Never before In Phoenix values like these: ut if ill Tilenoa nf Phlna nrtrth .: .... . . , . jj for 150 or-rniiNTPR rrTvi 3 See Basement. Good sized Enamel Preserving Ket- sot? ?fc5iy ii raioma loiiei boap. lac ihx Ttjt 1 oa rniiMTCD . I K ww. ....... See Basement. Haviland Dinner Plates 35 GUNS AND SPORTING Fancy Imported China Cups and Saucers 33. GOODS v r ; Enameled Preserving Kettles 33 20 PER CENT. OFF 2 gallon Copper Bottom Coffee Boilers 35 Double Barrel Guns. Single Barrel Hammer 50 COUNTER. Guns. . . See Basement. Baseball Bats. Beautiful Hand Painted Cups and Baseball Gloves. Saucers, worth $1.25.. j 50 Nickle Plated Tea Kettle 50 Hunting Coats. u 3 coat EnamHed Dalry Single Barrel 22. Rifles. Puns 50 Great big Preserving Kettles 50 None of th so discounts 3 qt. to 1 gal. Enameled Coffee apply to Repeating Goods. Pot 50 H 1 1 i I Ml I III 11 II 1 ! 1 1"H"H- t-frfrt'l1 llli llllillllllMII'' r f I This Great Sale Begins j July 1st Come and see the best values ever offered in :: 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 :: i store. We want a host of satisfied customers. i M-f-H l 11 11 I ill I ; 11 1 M I ! I'W-fr-M-M-'H-r-M' rW-M-M-M-M Special Invitation Is Ex tended to the Ranchers And others living in the smaller towns in Maricopa County. This is the time to fit up the home with the things that make the kitchen handy and the parlor beautiful, at a big saving. We promise val ues in Hardware, Furniture and thousands of other useful things that have never been known in this neck of the woods. 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 n i1 1 1 ii i 1 1 1 h-h 1 1 1 1 h h-i ; : : : 1 1 1 1 m : 1 1 1 1- 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.. Q per cent, off Tools 10 Per cnl- 0,f Wheelbarrows . --10 Per cent, off Barbwira 10 Pr cent, off Oil Stoves 10 Per cent, off Razors . .'. 10 Per cent, off 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 Pr cent, off Refrigerators .... 10 Per cent, off Cast Cook Stoves 10 Per cent, off Ranges, 4S and over 15 Pp cent, off Hotel Ranges ..-15 Per cent- off 25 Per Cent Off TOY DEPARTMENT Dolls, Iron Toys, Wagons hun dreds of things to please the children. 25 Per Cent Off BABY CARRIAGES AND FOLDING CO-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 Pep cent, off Suit Cases 23 Per cent, off Porch Chairs 20 Per cent, off Porch Settees . . -20 Per cent, off Fancy China 33 1-3 Per cent, off Haviland China.. 15 par cent, off Electric Lamps .-25 Per cant, off Decorated Dinner Sets 20 Pr cnt- off Every Fancy Cup and Saucer on Our Counter at 50 Per cent, off Window Shades.. 10 par cent, off Blankets 25 Per 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 Per cent, off Fancy Rockers . -23 Per cent, off Sideboards 25 Pcr cent, off Library Tables. .-25 Per cent, off Shaving or Medi cine Cabinets .-23 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 Psr cent, off Mission Parlor Suites 25 Per cent, off Iron Beds 25 Per cent, off Brass Beds 20 Per cent, off Springs --10 Per cent, off Hall Seats 25 Pr cent- off Davenports 25 Per cent, off Office Desks 20 Per cent, off Just Arrived A Splendid Offering. 25 PerCent Off On all "of our beautiful line of Brussels, Axmin ster and Wilton Rugs. Xo woman in Maricopa coun ty can afford to have a room without being hand someh' carpeted at these prices. 25 Per Cent Off On all Carpets, Matting, Ingrain and other Rugs. BIO ORES STOVES ALWAYS PLEASE THE CON TROLLER DAMPER furnishtd with MOORE'S STEEL RANGES is one of the little things wbici mean so much to you in thv Ion? run. Its an automatic check on the coal pile which earns dollars every month, and besides it ioes the work better. It enables you to keep the fire just right. It does not go out, neither does it get too hot and bum things. We want to show you this and the other handy devices on these ranges. 15 Per Cent Off On every MOORE or MON ARCH RANGE selling for .$45.00 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. SCHRAM FRUIT 20 PER CENT OFF pER CENT QFF 33 10 PER CENT 0FF 10 Off Oil 15 ?ER CKNT FF Pins dozen $1.00 On Water Sets, Drink- - -On Monarch Malleable Quarts, kfih... $1.25 On all Silverware and Off OR all 0n Meat 6rinders LaWll Family and Hotel Half gallon... ..-.$1.50 ing Glasses and Table Diii, Bread Raisers and Ranges. They are the They are the best Cut Glass. PUTSGS w ,tim,rA MOWerS . made. . Glassware. Woodenware. best. 4-H-H-Ht.H-H..t..t.,t.,ilil nil nil inn irrfffw i in i i 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 n ii- Mo Goods Rented Nothing: Second Hand OUR FURNITURE AND RUGS ARE ALL NEW. -H-H-M-! l"M"M"t 1"H"M"M -M-H-H"H-H"f-H-i I i ! 1 1-M-M-l 1' 1 1 1' 1 1 M 'I'-H-l- CORDIAL INVITATION 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. f j .fr ;H; I 1 1 l l t l l l I 1 I 1 1 1H1I 1 1 1 I 1 H 1-r M r 1-M -l 1 -M I 1 ! 1 1 1 1 I ! 1 1 ! H- Davidson's Cash Store f 22-24 W. Washington St. PHOENIX - ARIZONA! : t , ; h ,h i..n I 11 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 11 UM 1' i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ; 'l-l1 -hll I1 ! ! f-H-l-H-i-W-H-i- OF LOCAL INTEREST rj' 1'1' t 1 I 'K' l -l 1 "1 1 11 1 1"1"H"H 1 "I j not been fully given out. but fast time is assured and time is to be chopped into pieces. FOR MIDDLE WEST Mr. and Mrs. Y. L. Weed left last evening for a va cation trip, in the middle west. They will stop at ChieaKo. reria, and other plaeeH to visit their many friends and relatives. OFF FOR COAST Raymond . W. Rutin, paying teller of the Valley hank, left laPt nifiht for L,os Angeles, and other p'in's along the coast, win-re lie will spend his summer va cation. He will try to be in I,os Ang les during the TClks' convention. DRIVING MATINEE It has been announced that during the EJks' con vention in Is Angeles, a four-day race Meet will be imlled off for the antl.-r.-d tribes at the Agricultural park. The details of the meet have WORD FROM ABROAD The Re publican yesterday received a card from Miss Emma Thaiheimer, who left three weeks ago with her parents for a-islt to Germany. She had Just ar rived in England on the Cincinnati of the Hamburg-Amerika line. After a short stay there, they expected to visit France, and then go to Germany. Miss Thaiheimer wrote that her Journey so far had been uneventful. THE HAPPENING OF THE EX PECTED Most often it Is the unex pected that happens but this time it was the expected that occurred. It Is a boy, weight seven pounds, a "fourth of July boy, born-to Mr. and Mrs. Ike Kinney of this city, the first born "and a real patriot. J. II. Kinney announc ed yesterday that father and mother are doing nicely and Grandpa nnd Grandma Kinney are powerful happy, gran'pap feel his oats considerably and strutting around quite chesty. "It Isn't everybody can be a grandfather," he pointed out as he assumed his most patriarchal pose, "and the dignity that attends our somewhat exclusive set, should be recognized." Having thus delivered himself he strolled off down the street to get his red hair dyed white, in keeping with the new role he has entered upon. THE ELKS' BASEBALL LEAGUE Manager Charles Pishon of the Elks baseball team of this city, has Just re turned from a tour of the southern part of the territory, and he says that an Elks' league is now an assured fact. There will be at least four clubs In It those of Phoenix, Tucson, Bisbee and Globe. There will be a preliminary game between Phoenix and Tucson here the latter part of this month. . A REGULAR BANQUET There were not many courses in fact only one but that was better than a dozen that the most accomplished French chef could contrive. Reference is had to a mulligan supper set out at the sheriffs office last Bight by Deputy Sheriff Wayne Davis and several able assistants, gome of them contributed the doves, others the potatoes and on ions and still others the dishes. WHY DONT YOU TRY? Why don't you try to be happy? That is, if 'you are weak and nerv ous, why don't you try Sexine Pills? They are the best tonic in the world, simply because they are the best for any form of nerve weakness in men and women. Price $1 a box; six boxes $5, with full guarantee. Ad dress or call on Elvey & Hulatt, drug gists, where they sell all the princi pal remedies and do not substitute. o ' SCARES DEVIL. . During a "Devil Dance" of the Apache Indians at Globe, given as an entertainment, some kodak, fiend with more nerve than the rest, broke up the nocturnal .i-yi celebration with a flashlight. Which so hurt the feelings of big Chief Higus, that he Imme diately ordered his braves to cease their tempting the devil and go to their many tepees. II STRANGE THING AT ELYSIAN GROVE Tucson Comes to the Front With Saurian Remains. The findins of the dentary remains of what probably was an Irtimense, saurian while deepening the water surface of the reservoir at Elysian Grove Saturday, says the Tucson Star, was a discovery of much paleon tological importance. .So far as the writer knows they are the first of the kind met with In Arizona, al though probably common enough fur ther north i. e. in the bad lands of the Dakotas. These remains have in the long course of years probably worked up from a much lower de posit. In that event it would signify that the Elysian Grove- was at one time an extensive body of water occupied by saurians and to which the great monsters of- pre-historic times resorted to drink. All over 1 Arizona the remains of monster ani mals, dead these ten thousand years, have been found. Near Yuma the upper Jaw with the teeth in place, of an -American elephant (Klephas prim- ogenus) was discovered in the sand. Thigh and hip bones of great mamals have frequently been found in the sand washes of the Colorado, and some years ago the horn of a.i Im mense Bos was found in the gravel at Greaterville, near the crest of the Santa Rita mountains. Plainly these remains belong to the Tertiary period, when there were land connections be tween northwestern America and northeastern Asia, and possibly be tween rGreenalnd and northern Eu rope: with Africa across the Straits of Gibraltar, and the shallow belt extending- south from Sicily. At the close of this Tertiary period, as the glacial epoch was apporaching. there was a remarkable intermingling of the fauna of these widely connected regions.- The elephant and'rhynocerus came over from Africa and wander ed as far as Yorksh' . England, ami the Great Parisian basin. The Mcga lonyx, a great quaternary animal, and other South American species wan dered into North America as fas as Ohio, while the 'Mammoth spread from Central Asia across Siberia to northwestern America and wandered as far as the Atlantic coa-t and bor ders of Mexico. Montana, - the Da kotas and northern Kansas are es pecially rich in these intermingled forms. In Yavapai county there had been a like mixture, but on a sruallt r scale and of a fauna diminutive by comparison with the bad lunds pro duct. Among the remains unearthed were the bones of a horse no largt-r than a good sized Jack rabbit. They were not new to paleontology, but they were full of interest as show ing the great range of this diminutive equine and the common catalcysm by which all were engulfed. It if to be hoped that more of. the remains of the giant Saurian will come to the surface In the Elysian Grove water supply.