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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1909.
A Few Interesting Specials From The Hundreds Offered at m mth on which saves you one-fourth to one-half on every purchase We have combined the Dissolution Sale with our Annual Summer Clearance Sale making the greatest bargain-giving event ever known in Phoenix Thousands of satisfied buyers testify to the greatness of the values offered Visit this great sale today every purchase carries the Boston Store guarantee. QREhT QOBWB V- 11 11 I T I l COMBINATION SALE 54x90 Cotton Sheets 29c Those Sheets are seamless ami of good quality. Never sold for loss than 5(V and the limit is six to a customer. COMBINATION SALE Yard Wide Burlap 10c Standard yard-wide "Burlap in different shades of greens and reds. This Burlap is full yard wide and is worth in the ordinary way 1(5 2-:c a vard. COMBINATION SALE 90c Linen Sheeting 59c This is all Linen Sheeting and 2 1-2 yards wide. A quality retailed elsewhere for $1.2." a yard. Note our pri-e. Makes a splendid suit or skirt. COMBINATION SALE 25c OilCloth 15c The very hest Table Oil (Moth in both white and col ors never sells for less than 2"c, and is full width. Compare the quality. COMBINATION SALE Bolt Long Cloth 97c This is ,an extra quality long cloth, full yard wide, and holt contains 12 yards (not 10) and worth $1.50 to 2.00 bolt. COMBINATION SALE 7 1-2c Domestic 5c This is a good Brown Do mestic, full yard wide and a good regular value at 7 l-2c. Limit 10 yards to a eustoin-er. f! COMBINATION SALE 12 t-2c Ginghams 8c These are new (Jinghams and come in beautiful pat terns and colors, stripes, checks and solid colors; never sold before for less than 12 l-2c COMBINATION SALE 7 1-2c Cheese Cloth 5c Bleached Cheese Cloth. Full one yard wide. Very soft and splendid weave. Sells everywhere for 7 l-2c a vard. COMBINATION SALE 50c Corsets 25c These Corsets come in all the van led sizes, well made ami, a splendid purchase even at the regular price, 50c. COMBINATION SALE 42x36 Pillow Cases 9'Ac These are standard Pillow Cases and in the best size, 42x3(. The material is splendid and the regular price 15e. COMBINATION SALE Best 7 I -2c Calicoes 4c All the very best patterns and colors; include such brands as American, Simp sons and other standard kinds. Limit 10 yards to a customer. COMBINATION SALE Ladies' Canvas Oxfords 75c These pretty Summer Ox fords come in such colors as white, sea island, slate and grey. A good value even at regular pvi-e, $1.50. COMBINATION SALE Ladies' $2.50 Waists 98c There are probably 25 dif ferent designs in this as sortment, made of sheer lawns and beautifully trim med with laces, embroider ies, tucks, insertions and medallions. Choice of All Our Women's Garments In This Store One-Half Price One-piece Frocks, Lingerie Gowns- Coat Street Dresses, Tailored Suits, Costumes, Skirts, Dinner Gowns, Trav eling Suits and Coats, Evening ar.d Aut' and Children's Dresses, Tailored 8l,it COMBINATION SALE Lin en e Suiting 8'Ac Linen finished Sui'ing, dou ble fold, in almost every shade suitable for tub suits and skirts. 20e values. COMBINATION SALE 65c Sheets 33c These are good full size Sheets, 72x90, with seam in center. Sells regularly for (J5c. A good sheet for room ing houses. COMBINATION SALE 12 1-2c Chambray 7c Solid Color Chambray in variety of colors, such as pink, blue- green, tan, etc. Mill-end lengths. Kegular price 12 l-2c 11 5 I rinse them carefully to sec that no I scallops of the two curtains together. A-8-i-H ill! H-M-H-H-M 1 III! 4 'H-H-M-K t H 18 -H DOMESTIC SCIENCE (B;- Emma Padd-nk Telford ) The day returns ami brings us the petty rouii'l of irritating concerns awl duties. He!;, us to play Jhe man ami to perform them with laughter aii'l kind faces. Let cheerfulness abound with industry. Give us to go blithely on our busin-ss all this day, bring us to our resting beds weary and content and 11 ndi.--honored, and grant us in the end tij.j gift of sleep. Robert Louis Stevenson. When spurred by tasks unceasing or undone Ton would seek rest afar. And can not, though rciiose be lightly won. Rest where you are. Neglect the needless; hallow what remains. Move without stress or jar; With ciii t of a spirit self - posoesaed Rest w here you are. Not in event, r strit tion or release. Not in n enes near or far. But in ourselves are restlessness or feace. Rest whre you are. Rev. Charles P. Cleaves. Sunday Menu. UREA KKAST. Cantaloupes. Fried Mush Hroiled Baron. Water r'rrss. Rolls. Coffee. DINXEIl. Rlarkbcrry Soup tcold, with Z-vclbark. Radishes. Cucumbers. Cold Roast of Lamb with Mint Sauce. Vegetable Salad. Chi ese Straws. Watermelon. Iced Coffee. -Supper on the Roof or in the Garden. Lamb a"d Water Cress Sandwiches. Deviled Eggs. Tickles, reaches. White Cake. Iced Tea. Warm days these, and fresh linen ' both for bed and body are luxuries, yet essential for her health and comfort, j While the wise housemother saves unnecessary laundry work, sunstitut i ing paper napkins for linen in all the mit-of -dijor meals, and with fruit, us j ing doillies wherever practicable for I luncheon and breakfast in place of the larger tablecloth, keeping the little I ones In rompers instead of berufflod ! and be-broidered frocks during play- time, there still remains plenty to do when wash flay comes around. Many good managers think it easier to have a second washing of the light flannels, towels, etc., again during the last of the week, and if the articles at (ended to are those that do not require starch ing or Ironing the labor is very little, while It aterially lightens the work of the general wash dav. Crinkle cloth Is largely In evidence for " a ;h frocks and waists, and this saves ironing. Bath towels and the common band towels can be folded when taken from the line and answer every purpose without further ironing. Sheets for evervday ' use smell de lightfully fresh if folded straight and true and also put away without iron ing. Not many housekeepers boil their clothes now-a-days, preferring instead the soaps that are used w ith old or lukewarm water. And here a word of caution: Follow the directions that are given on the wrapper of the soap you elect to use. Remember thiit the manufacturers know better than you what Ingredients the soap contain, and that it is business for them to give HM.i'l(iu directions for attaining the best results. The matter of soaking clothes over night also depends uion c yvunistance. If c lothes are badly soiled it is better to soak them for an hour or two in lukewarm water con taining no soup. If clothes are put to soak in hot, soapy water, thestainsare set. and it is almost impossible- to re1 move them afterward. Laundry Notes (Piatt lnst;tute) Here are the general directions for washing as uiven at Pratt institute: Sort the clothes the night before washing, takingout the colored clothe and flannels, neither of which are to be boiled. Put the collars by them selves, also handkerchiefs, st kings', napkins and table cloths. I ut tltv cotton and linen clot lies in lukcwariu suds and soak over night. In the morning begin washing in a tub, one third full of hot suds. As the wnt.-f needs changing pour it off and add fresh. Wash the finest piece first, rubbing the most delicate with the hands only. As they are washed, wring, shake out and put into an old pillow case to be boiled. Rub the cither clothes on the board, paying spe cial attention to the hems and seams, and if after wringing them they ant streaked, rub a little soap on them. Pour a pailful or two of clear cold suds In the boiler, lay in the clothes and cover them with cold water. Keep them pressed down with a stick and do not fill the boiler too full. Let them just come to a scald (no more) and remove at once, as long boiling vellows them. Take them out to drain in a coarse basket, set over a tub, then 3E Tonight at the Grand Theater The Raymond Teal Musical Comedy Company Presenting Black Face Minstrels -J i i i S 11 J I i t I i I J 1 1 J S J I I 1 t I "H-H-H-S tyii -H-H-I-H-H W-X--HM-M-H-5"r" -M-H-M-?-- T . . . - A. (,'A Keserved Seats on Sale at Lov- 4. YM etf's Drug Stoic. REGULAR PRICES 15c 25c . 35c Dune c Free Tonight After the Performance. "u - t. 21 We Have Almost Anything You Want In a Line of Stationery and Office Supplies F. B. Baptist & Co. rinse them carefully to sec that no stains are left. Wring open and throw into another clear cold water in which a modi rate amount of blueing has been dissolved Rinse at once, wring very dry and hang iu open air. Should the weather be' 'rainy, leave them In the j rinsing v-ater without the blueing un til a a'r ilao. In. not put them out In a score fpst or wind. A still, frosty night does not injure them. Doubtful Colors. I dissolve a cupful of salt and two ouarts of water. Put the garments in it while hot and let lie several hours; then wring dry and wash as usual in clean warm suds of hard soup. Some blacks, however, are made brighter by nutting a strong Mack pi i per t--a In with the first suds when washing. In laundering any Vliiatu material !t is safer not to wash them with soap or in very hot water. A ta blspoonful of borax in a gallon of wa ter at a. little hotteo than lukewarm will cleanse even a much soiled gar ment. Never hang a colored piece of m.'rtori.il in the sun while wet fof nothing dulls the figure more quickly. It should, however, be dried as rapid ly as iHissible in the shade. To Launder Tub Df-sies With Bulga rian or Russian Embrodery. Mefore washing soak in a pail of cold water in which two tahlcsiioonfulfl of borax have been dissolved. Wring out Mini put in warm rorax suds made in the proportion of one teasjmoi.f ill of borax and one-half cake of Castilo soap shaved to one gallon of water. Rub lightly with the hands, rinse in warm borax water, and lastly In deaf i old water w lh or w ithout blueing. When the dress Is nearly dry take from the line, clap in the hands a few mo ments and iron on the wrong side. It is growitn; more and more common fof women to tto no their own fine frocks, stocks and pretty embroideries as they are too valuable to risk being ruined bv a careless laundress. Washing Lace Curtains at Home I c draperies need not be sent to the laundry, but can be done up at home with a great saving in expense. Shake them free front dust, mend any torn places by daftiing over a piece of hobhinct. Make a good suds of white soap and water :yid a little bo rax. Hot water simply sets the dirt. ,'iy the curtains In it and lit them stand over night or several hours. Change the water once or twice during the soaking. Work the curtains up and down and sipieeze between the hands. Xow put the clean warm suds in, to which a little ammonia or washing fluid has been added, anl S'Hieeze and sop until the curtains are dean. Never wring by hand. Simply sipieeze, which doesn't stretch the mesh or lay on a strip of cloth and put carefully through the wringer. Rinse in several waters, to which a little borax has been added. Then put through a hot, moderately thick starch. If the curtains arc ecru colored add a little strong curie. If you have a dry ing frame set it in the yard and pin the curtains to them point by point. Dry two or three curtains on the fraino at the same time. If you have no frame, las- clean sheets on the floor of an unused room and place the curtains on it square and true, fastening with a pin at each point. It is a good idea to attach them in pairs, pinning till) scallops of the two curtains together. To make st;ixch take a large, clean pan with no symptoms of rust and put ip it half a cupful of starch or more, ac cording to the number of curtains to be starched. Add a little cold water to mix to the consistency of thin creini. Then pour in boiling watef from th.e teakettle in a thin stream, stirring constantly. Add a tcaspoon ful of kerosene or stir with a sperm candle kept for that purpose and cook until clear. Many pimple prefer to take nut the hems of curtains before washing, as they can be easily run up afterward anil made even. When the curtains are pinned in place, go over the center with a soft damp cloth to remove traces of starch. Laundry Hints, liran makes an excellent lather for delicate colored needlework. Turpentine removes paint if applied before washing. Salt a"d lemon removes wine stains. For mourning vash goods use neith er soap nor starch. Roil one quart clean wheat bran for an hour in three gallons of water. While still warm ttnin through cheesecloth and wash the black muslin or linen in it. Press while damp. When dampening clothes for Ironing the water should be as hot as the hand can boar. It will not require as much water as when cold is used. Gathered on a Farm. A friend visiting at a Chester county. Pennsylvania, farm sends me these bits of housewifely lore culled from her hostess whom she describes as an epitome of wisdom along domestic sci ence lines, one day for luncheon, she savs, no new vegetables iiad come in. so the votnan of faetulty ran into h- r garden, plucked a small pailful of the blossoms of the common white squash, dipped them in thin batter and fried them delicately. The result was a nione novel and appetizing one. This is a'so a favorite talian dish. To matoes she broiled Instead of frying, cuttmg th. m ill half, seasoning with salt and pepper and broiling in a fine win- broiler. They are far more deli fate than when fried. Thyme from the garden was frequently used in lieu of parsley, m ing specially delectable when used to flavor Iyonnaise pota toes. AVhun moths were found in the attic, sulphur was burned in an old iron pot with doors and windows tight ly closed, it is equally effective when used in a closet. Moths in a carpet were runted by sweeping against the grain of the car pet v.-ith a '1010111 dipped in a solution of turpentine and hot water, allowing two talilesoiH.nfuls of the tuncntine to one-half pail of hot water. Shake off the superfluous water first on a cloth. Two heaping tablespoonfuls of salt peter to a bucket of water was used to wash the hark of a tree that was infected with borers. It was ap plied with an old broom, allowing the water to run down freely into the roots. NOTICE TO PHOENIX PEOPLE Visitors to the following towns will find the Arizona Republican on sale at the following news stands. Flagstaff. Arizona C. A. Keller Ashfork, Arizona.. Harvey News Stand F'reseott, Arizona A. W. Robinson Jerome, Arizona, R. A. Smith Washington, D. C Columbia News Stand Washington. V. C National News Stand Hot Springs, Ark, Port Pitt News Co. Chicago, 111 Kmpire News Co Chicago, III, Quen City News Co. Chicago, III., Intel national News Co. Chicago, 111., Chica.jo Ncwspainr Agey. Denver, Colo J. O'Cotinell Denver, Colo. S. Widon Denver, Colo II. Tuckman lH-nver, Colo H- Dolirin Philadelphia, Ta. Rya is Theatre Office Cincinnati, Ohio I Peterson Oklahoma City, Okla Interstate News Co. Florence. Arizona, Kd Devine Rav, Arizona C. W. McRae Salt Laku City, 1'tah Rosenfield & Ludwit; Salt Lake City. Utah, Karl McKce Ixs Angeles, Calif., Ilollenbeck Hotel Los Angeles, Calif ,.. .Amos News Co. G. A. R. CONVENTION TODAY. Salt Iike, Aug. 8 Thousands ar rived today to attend the national en campment of the Ct. A. R. Representa tives of most of the eastern states are now here. WHEN YOUR BACK ACHES A bad back turns every twenty four hours into one dull round of pain and misery you are lame in the morning, nagged all day by a dull, throbbing backache, can't rest in the evening or sleep well at night. It hurts to liend over, straighten up, get up from a chair, or lift even a light weight. Any sudden twist, turn or awkward movement sends a tear ing twinge of pain through the weak Spot. Rackache is really kidney-ache. The kidneys arc in the small of the back, and tiny pain there is enough cause to suspect your kidneys. If the urine is discolored, contains sandy sediment, or passes too frequently, then you have double proof. Keep the kidneys well and the .kid neys will keep you well. Well kid neys filter the blood und keep it pure. Diseased kidneys only partly purify the blood. Neglect weak kid neys and you invite uric acid poison ing, gravel, stone in the kidney, rheu matism, heart trouble, diabetes, Rright's disease, and a long list of other serious disorders now recogniz ed as having their cause in kidney weakness. At the first sign or backache or urinary disorders, give the kidneys quick help, not with plasters, lini- If is a Warning that the Kidneys are Sitk and Need Help ttVK TELlSA JJ ST0RY l (Ml STRAIGHTEN UP" mcnts, nor any other outside appli cations, but with a special kidney medicine. The simplest and most effective remedy for sick kidneys is Doan's Kidney Pills. If there is weakness, congestion, inflammation or soreness, Doan's Kidney Pills quickly relieve it. They gently stimulate, tone and strengthen sick kidneys, drive away backache, rheumatic pain and dizzi ness, clear up and regulate the urine, and restore a ierfect filtering of the blood. Rest of all, this relief is per manent PHOENIX PROOF. P. S. Sans, 815 North Third street, riioeni.x, Arizona, says: "While living in Los Angeles, Cal , I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they brought me such gr-at relief that I cannot recommend them too highly. For some time I was subject to a dull, heavy inin in the small of my back which caused me a great deal of an noyance, esecially at night, and I ita : unable to sleep well. Dizzy spells also afflicted nie. I received no relief un til I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. lYocured at the Adams Pharmacy. They went directly to the seat ot my trouble und removed it. I have had in return of the symptoms since." DOAN'S. KIDNEY PILLS Sold by all dealers. Price 5o cents. Fostm-Milbumi Co, Buffalo. N.Y.. Proprietors.