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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1909.
SENSATIONAL PRICES FOR IfODAY'S SELLING A7 ' THE AN EXP LAN A TION jTO those who have not read our former announcement, we wish to say that this is a bona-fide Dissolution Sale, N. Diamond retiring from the firm: Jhis change in the business came at a time when we had a very large stock on hand, and it is necessary to reduce this stock to where we can invoice and transfer the interests of the retiring partner, and in order to do this, we make prices on good seasonable merchandise lower than they could be bought at wholesale. The Dissolution Sale will continue until we 'have reduced the stock to a certain amount, and if you have not already taken advantage of this Sale, we urge your early attendance. Mail orders will be filled on all goods advertised same day order is received. GREAT SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR EXTRA SPECIAL $1.50 BOX STATIONERY 69c ; This Is a handsome lith agraphed box, containing paper and envelopes to match. EXTRA SPECIAL 25o FANS 10o Pretty little Folding Fans in light and dark colors; several different desigtis. EXTRA SPECIAL 15e WASH BELTS 5c Nice Linene Wash Belts .in white only; are well made and worth regularly 15c. EXTRA SPECIAL 25c LADIES' WASH BELTS 10c. These Belts are in plain and embroidered. White only. " Have nice pearl buckles. EXTRA SPECIAL 5c PEARL BUTTONS 2' 4c DOZEN These are good quality pearl. One dozen on card and come in all wanted sizes. It EXTRA SPECIAL 5c CABINET HAIRPINS A full cafbinet of "Wire Hairpins of assorted sizes and kinds. Worth 0c here more elsewhere. EXTRA SPECIAL 5c PAPER PINS, 2o These are full count pins and st-il ;verywhere else at 5c. L.mlt, two papers to tk ?i ;tomer at special prl rt EXTRA SPECIAL 25c TOOTH BRUSHES, 9c Toothbrushes ' made . in France and good quality bristles, on sale Saturday for this low price. EXTRA SPECIAL 50c SUMMER CORSETS 29c These corsets come in all the wanted sizes, well made and a splendid pur chase at above prices. EXTRA SPECIAL $1.00 GIRDLE CORSETS 33c A big lot of these Girdle Corsets; very fine quality; satin taped. Don't miss this. EXTRA SPECIAL 54x90 COT SHEETS, 55c Splendid sheets are these; well made, good material and worth anywhere 75c. EXTRA SPECIAL 35c DRESSING SACQUES 15c Dressing sacques of pretty floral design lawns; a big assortment of patterns and worth 23c and 35c each. In three lots, we have placed a great collection of Women's Muslin Underwear that; at the prices named, is one of the best inducements that lias been offered during tlie Dissolu tion Sale. Beautiful, snowy garments of fine materials, trimmed with laces and embroideries. These garments are worth nearly double the price asked tomorrow. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR 59c. Lot 1 In this lot you will find Corset Covers, Gowns, Long and Short Underskirts and Drawers niade of good material and nicely trimmed. Every garment is worth Qp double the price. Tomorrow Jv LOT 2 i Muslin Underwear 89c - , This is a great assortment of pretty " gnr- ments. The workmanship Is good, the ma terials good and the designs are beautiful. Lace and embroidery are both used in effective trimming. Tomorrow.... 89c in LOT 3 Muslin Underwear $1.19 This lot embraces perfectly beautiful Gowns, Corset Covers, Drawers and I'nder skirts. The materials are splendid and trimmed in many novel ways, with laces and embroidery. These are P Q worth 12.00 and up. Tomorrow.-. 1 1 7 Children's White Canvas Oxfords Just the proper Oxford for this season, and positively no such value has been offered bo fore by any store. Note these prices for to morrow. Size 5 to 8 Canvas Oxfords f 59c Size 8 to 12 Canvas Oxfords . 69c Size 12 to 2 Canvas Oxfords .... ...79c EVERY PAIR WORTH DOUBLE. BUY T0-MORROW. 7 ; : $1.50 & $2 Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, 98c Pair This is one of the greatest Shoe values ever, offered in Phoenix. Ladles' Canvas Oxfords, Gibson style, in such colors as White, Sea Island, Slate and Grey. These Oxfords are splendidly made of good material and strictly- stylish lasts. Tomorrow, your choice, pair i. . EXTRA SPECIAL LADIES' RIBBED VESTS 5c Good Swiss Ribbed Vests, bleached, taped sleeves and neck, worth double price asked. EXTRA SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS 12'2c Made of good Muslin with three rows of tucks at bottom. Worth 20c a pair. All sizes now. EXTRA SPECIAL 45o CHILD'S PARASOLS 25c Pretty little Parasols in pink, blue and dark red. Worth regularly 45c each. EXTRA SPECIAL 1.00 SUN UMBRELLAS 49c These are good, strong Sun Shades, covered with good twill tops, strong handles and frames. .98c Buy TOD A Y t EXTRA SPECIAL 65c SHEETS 33c These are good full size Sheets, 72x90, with seam in center. - Sells regularly for 65c. Buv TOME TOD A Y HWMHl If ,..-.: i '( : EXTRA SPECIAL $3.00 SUIT CASES $1.90. These are splendid mat ting suit cases, light and roomy and worth J 3.00 ev erywhere. Buy one for that trip. EXTRA SPECIAL 25c CHILD'S LACE HOSE 12l4o PAIR. These lace hose come in White, Black and Tan All sizes up to 9, and are worth. In the regular way 25c. EXTRA SPECIAL LADIES' WHITE FOOT HQSE 19c PAIR. This is a splendid 35c quality hose with white spliced foot. A very .pop ular hose at this season. EXTRA SPECIAL LADIES' GINGHAM APRONS 25c -Blue, red, . white, check, all over gingham aprons, well made and worth at every other store 5tc. EXTRA SPECIAL AMOSKEAG APRON GINGHAMS 6'4C Comes in all colors and different size checks, a standard 8 lie quality. Note the reduced price. EXTRA SPECIAL MISSES' AND CHILD'S WHITE CANVAS OX FORDS 75c These pretty little sum mer shoes come in all sizes from 6 to 11 and are of good quality. EXTRA SPECIAL MISSES' PATENT LEATHER OXFORDS 98c These are splendid value. new goods. Blucher cut. and all sizes. II .t,,,,i,,:iiii),i i i n m : i i h k-h-i mi h i him m i m 1 1 1 h i t WICKENBURG DEPARTMENT, I H-H-tH ; ,h 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 Ml I -1 H 1 111 11111111 i i H IIHUIt BLACK ROCK DISTRICT WORK GOING ON ON MORGAN PROPERTY The Latest Phase of Wickenburg Ring - - - Mystery. Wickenburg. July 13. (Special cor respondence of The Republican.) Geo. W. Morgan, the mining man, ii in from the Black Rock district hurting up men to go to work at the new camp he Is just starting up. Mr. Morgan Is interested in a number of good prospects known as the St THE SANITARY BARBERSHOP Instruments and razors sterilized be fore using. New location Hotel Vernet.a. BILLIE HELM, Prop., Wickenburg. When in Wickenburg stop at the HOTEL VERNETTA . CAFC AND RESTAURANT The best In ' the city. Commutation tickets, 15. meals for $5.50. J. A. Wilbourn,. Mgr. . ' ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. Motors, Telephones 'and Eleclrical Construction Work of all kinds. CALIFORNIA & ARIZONA E. 8. CON. CO. R. Clemmer, Manager. Wickenburg. GENERAL BLACKSMITH Mine Work a Specialty. : JOHN A. THRONE. Phone Main 32 Wickenburg, Ariz. Francis Mines company's property, located a little east of the well known Keystone group of mines. Mr. Morgan is at present engaged in the building of a road from the Keystone group to his own property, a distance of about two miles. " He soon expects to install machinery and start the working of ore. "On' one of his claims a one hundred foot shaft and a two hundred foot tunnel have already been sunk. A cross cutiedge connecting the tunnel with the ahaft contains a good quantity of gold, ore running in value from $10 tor?200 per ton. Mr. Morgan has eastern capital back of him and soon expects to have a good paying mine. F. B. Jacobs, the surveyor, in com pany with A. L. Simpson of the Ari zona Prospecting and Development company are about to leave for. the Blue Tank district, where they will make a survey of some mining prop erty owned by Pat Tharaldson,'. the Phoenix merchant. The Fimbrez-Hing ring Case has again been postponed. Miss Fimbrez will decide today whether or not she will press the prosecution. It has so far resulted in Miss Fimbrez losing her position at Lee Kim's restaurant. Miss Nellie Roberts taking her place. Archie Middleton of the Brayton Commercial company has returned from ' Prescott, where he has j been visiting his family. The last of the Fourth of July dec orations were removed today Geo. R. Wood of Prescott, a mining man, is In town. ' .J. A. Wilbourn. manager of the Ho tel Vernetta dining room, left for the Vulture early this morning on plea sure and business combined. R. W. Baxter is erecting a cement wall to beparate the Reed building from the Baxter opera house. Wm. Paulson Is assisting him In the work. The Central Arizona Power com pany is unloading a car of lumber at its plant, to be used in enclosing the machinery. Martin Marquez & Bro. have just gotten a contract to replaster Fer nando Orosco's residence. Work Is to begin at once, and the house will be replajtered, both inside and out. It is getting to be a habit. An other dance will be given at Baxter's hall this Saturday night A four piece' orchestra will furnish the music. O. M. Motts, drum; Clem Brummer, violin; J. A. Throne, cornet; and Mrs. D. J. Currey, piano. Oscar Jennings, superintendent of rCamp B. F. X. O'Brien's property. Is In town on business. Sam Franklin, who bought a lot, I the other day, on the brink of Knob i hill next to tho Wilkinson residence. is having his former residence moved on to it Hyder Bros, is doing the work. Percy, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Towers, . who was bitten by a stray dog the other day. Is much improved. Percy is only a youngster, but there is no telling what he will do to that "dog "If they eve? meet again. . COMPANY TO CONCEDE THIS - In; 'each and every case where Soxlne Pills do not bring back your strength and steady nerves to any man or woman who has used six. boxes, the company will either ' give I without additional cost six boxes more ior more jwowngea treatment, or will refund your five dollars. The company has been doing this 'for years and still does so, without quib ble or red tape. Besides, they do not want you to hesitate to send in your' ' claim if necessary. Elvey & Hulett,' druggists, endorse every word of this. 7 ' o ' x ciiii nnvc muv iH ULL Urtl U HU AMONG BASE BALLISTS All Schedules Played and Some Double Headers. . NATIONAL. At Philadelphia R. H. E. St. Louis. .'. 3 6 1 Philadelphia... 1 2 0 Batteries Beebe and Bresnahn; Mo ran, McQuillan and Dooln. At Boston R. H. E. Chicagq 3 5 3 Boston f 2 6 2 Batteries Pfelster, Brown and Mo ran; White, IJndaman and Graham. Second ga me R. H. E. Shicago..... ..8 10 0 Boston 0 7 0 Batteries Kroh and Archer; Mat tern and Bowerman. At Brooklyn '. R. H. EC ! Pittsburs 3 7 1 ! Brooklyn. . . 0 4 0 Batteries Maddox and Gibson; Hunter ar.d Berjren. At New York R. H. E. Cincinnati 9 4 4 New York g 14 2 Batteries Campbell and MceLan; Ames ami Schlel. '" AMERICAN At Chicago; R. H. E. New York 5 8 1 Chicago 1 4 4 Batteeies Warhop ; and Klcinow; Walsh, Suter and Owens. . Second -game: . . - R. H. E. New York ... 2 10 0 Chicago 6 . 5 0 Batteries Manning, Doyle and Sweeney; Smith and Sullivan. At St. Louis: R. H. E. Boston 6 11 0 St. Louis 5 12 2 Batteries Arellanes. Wood, Walter and Donohue; Graham, Pelty and Stephens. . Second game: R. H. E. Boston '. .... 7 . 9 2 St. Louis 1 9 2 Batteries Schlitzer - and Donohut:; SICK UEADAGIIE Positively enred bj these Little Pills.; r Thtf also reUere Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion ana Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dizziness, Kanses, Drowsiness, Bad Taste tn tua Mouth, Coated Tongne, Pain In the Side, TORPJD LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL' SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE CARTERS CllTTLE lflVER CARTERS jjlVER IS5" Cl'RE SICK HEADACHE. Genuine Must Bear. Fac-Simila Signature Bailey, Criss and Criger. " At Detroit: ' ' " R. H. E. Detroit 3 7 0 Washington 0 7 3 Batteries Killian and Stanage; Gray and Blankenship. At Cleveland (Ten innings) It II. E. Cleveland 1 4 3 Philadelphia 0 2 1 Batteries Joss and Easterly; Mor gan and Linvingston. COAST At Los Angeles R. H. K San Francisco 3 6 2 Vernon ., 4 ' 9 .3 Batteries Griffin and Berry-; Brackenridge and Kinkel. At Oakland R. H. E. Los Angeles I 3 3 Oakland 3 8 0 Batteries Thorsen and Orendorff; Nelson and LaLonge. At Sacramento R. H. E. Portland 4 6 2 Sacramento 0 7 6 Batteries Guyn 'and Fisher; Brown and Graham. JEFFRIES WILL FIGHT. Toronto, Oont, July 13. Jeffries to night derided the statement attributed to him that he would not fight John son. Jeffries stated that on his ar rival in New York next week he would post a forfeit for a fight THE CRITTENTON HOME Mrs. Messenger, matron of the Crlttenton home, resigned sometime ago and went away and the home has recent ly been under the direction of a tem porary management, which though satisfactory, has not become accus tomed to the practice of securing for the needs of the home that publicity which was heretofore responded to so cheerfully by the people of this community. In other words the home has been suffering from what might be called an ingrowing modesty. This fact was discovered by Mrs. Cole, a former matron, in a recent visit, and she hastens to let her" old friends, the people, know how they can do a few kind acts just now at little or no expense. She says that though the watermelon season Is now a couple of weeks old and peaches, apricots, grapes and other fruits have been still longer in the market no one has . yet had the thoughtfulness to provide the home with any of these luxuries, that even the poorest are entitled to. She said she discovered a well developed fruit and water melon appetite at the home that ought to be gratified, especially in view of the fact that some people have fruit and mejons rotting in their fields and orchards. Any donation of these things to the home will be gratefully appreciated, and any per son having fruit or melons to donate and no time or conveyance for taking it there, is asked to telephone the home and a vehicle will be sent after the donation. It is a terrible thing to contemplate a house full of boys and girls in this community at this time of the year hungry for water melon and can't get it o- aNOTICE TO TELEPHONE CO. In response to complaints from resi dents along Grand avenue that the lniemen of the Peoples' Telephone company are cutting trees along the road side, the supervisors yesterday notified the company that the trees are not the property of the county and that before they can be mutilated or destroyed the consent of the abut ting property owners must be secured. U. W. H. McBrayer's Bottled in Bond The Uncrowned King of Kentucky for 62 Years WHY The grains used In the dis tillation of W; H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook are especially selected with great care by experts who have made dis tilling a life study. Mashed in small otd-fash-ioned ' tubs, the same as in 1S47. After its distillation it is transferred to our U. S. Bonded Warehouse t on the premises and stored in spe cially made white oaken charred barrels where we al low it to remaiir for 8 years to become thoroughly ma tured, thereby- attaining the highest point in purity. This Is of vital importance and increases the cost of produc tion of W. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook, bottled, In bond. BECAUSE The distillery, located in Anderson County, the heart' of the Blue Grass region where famous limestone springs abound, . makes this whiskey the peer of all oth ers. After W. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook Whiskey has been In bond 8 years, under the supervision of govern ment officers, it Is reduced to 100 proof by using pure limestone water.. It is then bottled in bond, a little "Green Stamp" . placed over the neck of the bottle being U. S. Government guarantee of its Integrity thereby In suring to purchasers a whis key which is justly regarded as the "Flower of Kentucky." 'l'fll',r' .s.BRYm y W. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook Distillery, Lawrencebuig, K. THE COOLEST, CLEANEST, CHEAPEST PLACE TO EAT IN TOWN Aiiams' (Brill IN HOTEL ADAMS. '