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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1909.
I) If argains That Are to Be Found Only at the SALE This sale is a boon to those with limited purses, as it increases the. purchasing power of your money These Prices are Sensational 7c SPLEN DID PERCALES IJookfoId and 'come in lircltv mint ami mcuium colors. i with dots, figures and stripes 'worth ll-c a yard. Special STANDARD CALICOES in every color and ' of such iirands as Simpson's American and , Corner's worth regularly "i' -c yard. Limit M yards to a customer. il a .standard colors, both 4c the purest -taped Ileek, 12c i LADIES' VESTS Pleached r while and a very fine quality- sleeveless and worth regularly ! J je each, Special . . . . S3o SHEETS Full MxW and are linen fin j i le d. These are the liest sheets ever of ) f'-r-.-d even at the regular price. r O ! They're extra special at this price tjOL BLEACHED DOMESTIC Full one yard wide, and finished suit for the needle. Thi domestic sells most everywhere for Sic yard. Special , OUTING FLANNELS This is l-'-c grade and comes in aJl solid and cheeks. This Is a very worthy special at, yard. . t. . . BOX OF RUCHING Contains G white ruches, and worth regularly J1.00. Only a limited number of these splendid bargains at the price. Special .. 27x42 VELVET BRUSSELS RUGS These pretty rugs are a wonderful value even at the former wice of $-.50, an should be very interesting at the special price 6Hc dard both 8c ihite ly a ..50c YourjCto Women's Garment These Prices are Unmatchable In This Store One-Half Price BLACK SATIN E PETTICOATS Splendidly made and worth in the regular way 85c and has dust ruffle and deep Q" flounce. Special Vsi BATISTE Homes in a great variety of odors and in pretty floral designs and dots and figures: worth regularly luc a r yard. Special, yard uL. BOLT LONG CLOTH This is an oxira tiualitv Ions cloth, full yard wide, and lwlt contains 12 yards (not 10) and Q7" worth $1.50 to $2.00 bolt. Special 7 I L AMOSKEAG APRON GINGHAM Comes in all colors and different size checks, a standard 8',ic quality. Note the reduced nrice. and buv while you can save money. Special, yard. 6c 65c 5Ht.fc.l! These are gooa run size Sheets. 72.x'JO, with seam in center. Sell j regularly for 65c. A good Sheet for rooming houses. Special .... PERFECTLY BEAUTIFUL WAISTS of? White Lawns, trimmed in several styles j with embroideries, insertions and medal-1 lions; worth $2.50. See these at Special price PRETTY GINGHAMS Come in beautiful patterns and colors, stripes, checks and ' solid colors; never sold before for less than 12&c. Special, yard ... GIRDLE CORSETS in- white and grey, all, sizes and the quality is certainly surpris- 1 ing at the price. They're worth 75c, but the Special is 33c! rs of styles J medal- 98c! ltiful J and j .8cj r. all pris- j 25c! I fromjyne j) m w J fc mm m j v a a a mm mm f w v 9m J a VW a w J a NOT TO PURCHASE NOW IS POSITIVELY LOSING A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME MEN'S FOUR-IN-HAND TIES In almost every possible color. These Ties are beautiful and the values range ironi ooc to uOc. 1 7 P Take your choice today I ' v CONDE MESH UNDERWEAR for men in a well known garment. We oiler these in blue, cream and white both shirts and drawers; worth 50e MEN-BUY HERE AND SAVE MONEY Men's Suits Worth Men's Suits Worth TROUSER SPECIALS Up to $35.00 In this lot are the very cream of the Tailors Art stylish garments by such makesr as 'Kuppcnheimcij" ami other standard clothes. Positively none reserved. All go at mis price up to $:!2.50 values Up to $25.00 $17.90 At this one price we offer splendid Suits for pleasure or business that sold before up to $25. 1'erfect in fit and workmanship, and is really the chance of the season $14.35 One .lot of Men's light wool Palits in different patterns, mostly greys; worth regularlv P. '.$1.75 One lot of .50 Trousers. Special $2.45 .weann'T to T"c a garment. (Special. MEN'S ELKSKIN SHOES The best shoe made all Elkskin Uluclicr cut, heavy sole, and worth $3.50 anywhere. e O Jft See this Special for, pair $Lmj MEN'S CANVASS SHOES In both high and low cut come in such , colors as white, grey, oxblood and jasper.- The regular price is $1.73' C 1 I Q j i i r i ft MEN'S BOX HANDKERCHIEFS These are an tiseptic Handkerchiefs in a sealed box. Very fine ii:.lity and "2 handkerchiefs in a box. I Or Special for today I v T pa llftMlHll and $2.00. Special, pair MEN'S OXFORDS Tn both tan and black. This is a great shoe special; made of calf in Blucher cut, Willi oiicKitr miuji; regular ?o.w aim II II I $o.50 qualities. Extra Siecial. pair v ' PERIOD Of RECREATION Return of W. E- Thomas and From the Sierra Anchas. Party j V. K. Tii.'inas, clerk of the of super-, is. irs, ! as returned from vacation in the fastnesses of Sierra Ai.chas. He was accompanied I by Mrs. Thomas, .iiss Thomas, and Charlie )i lue. An ac-j count is Riven of their nearj ilrow nintr caaiji on an old-timer happened alenp and told t!i"in that that was a form of whole sale suicide- They later '.earned that he was risht about it and with the greatest difficulty they pot the w:i?im out of the rising waters. But before that, .Mrs. Thomas was aMnost drowned. She was crossing the rivtr on horseback accompanied by Charlie (irme. Her horse sank ; eith' r into a deeji hole or into quick- sand and she was left struggling in ; thuwater. At the same time, Urine's j horse floated out from under him, board , but he devoted his attention to .Mrs. his ' Thomas and aft'T she had sunk once the ! he seized her. With the assistance of another man she was rescued. After this and many other perils, the excuisioni.-ts found their way into the niomitain wilds where a member in the river n";tr Liv- j of the party whose name has not ;m island, in the river when hitherto been mentioned in this tru'h- HEilLS SORES ful narration, tried to violate the game laws of Arizona, but only for camp purposes. With a new rifle, bought especially for this outing, fired three shots at a six-pronged buck at a distance - f less than twenty-five feet. Aft r the buck hail wearied of the monotony of the fusilade and had saundered into the brush, Mr. Thomas diagnosed the case of the shooter and found hiin sufficing of buck ague or as it is called In some parts of the country, buck fever. That was the only game worth while seen on the trip, though the member of another party in the same neighborhood reported having Jumped uo two bears and a mourt.sin lion. ELEVEN PflOfiRJIMS FOR MANAGER STEWART CF ASSO CIATED CHATAUQU AS HERE ! S. S. S. heals Sores and Ulcers in the very simplest way. It just goes riplit down into tje blood and removes the cause, and the place i3 bound to heal because the impurities and morbid mailers which have been the means of keeping the ulcer open are no lonper absorbed from the blood. External apxiiciitions of salves, lotions, pl-isters, etc., can never produce a curs because they do not reach tho source of the trouble. At best they can only allay pain or reduce inflammation; such treatment is working on symptoms and not reaching tiso cause. Every nutritive corpuscle in the blood is weakened or infected, they cannot nourish the fibrous tissue around the place, but instead they constantly discharge into the flesh around tha Sere a quantity of impure, germ-laden m itter which gradually eats into the surrounding healthy tissue and causes the ulcer to enlarge. Since impure" blood is rohixmsibie for Sores and Ulcers, a medi';iuo that can purify the blood is tho only lioiie of a cure. S. S, S. has lcr:g been roconized as the greatest of all blood purifiers, possessing tho qualities necessary to remove every impurit from the blood. While curing tho sore or ulcer S. S. S. brings about a healthy condition of the flesh by supplying it with rich, healthy blood, and thus makes the cure permanent and lasting. Book on Sorei and Ulcers and iay medical advice free to all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLNTA, GA. Through the Rocky Mountains On a Raft. A rent which would seem quite im possible going through the Rocky Mountain" on a raft was actually ac complished a short time ago by a party of several men. and the stirring rec ord of this notable achievement in tho far northern wilderness' of l'.ritish Co lumbia appears in the September Wide World Magazine. With winter and its dread ally, starvation, hard upon their heels, the author and the men of his prospecting expedition essayed a feat that had never before been accom plished they built a raft and set out to drift down the Finlay ad Peace rivers to 4iie borders of civilization. Terrible rapids barred the road, but there was no other alternative; they must cither risk this voyage into the unknown or share the miserable fate of so many other daring pioneers in the northland. The narrative tells the story ot their manifold adventures. o Truth is confirmed by inspection and delay, falsehood by haste and uncer tainty. Tacitus. M. L- Stewart, manager of !he Associated Chauir.uiuas, has beep in the city for several days completing arrangements for the Chautauqua to be held here Sept. 21 to rj. He stat ed lust night that he has now sign d up tin cities in the southwest for these chautauquas and that Col onel W. J. liryan will deliver 17 U U Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty. No matter how long it has been gray or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth of healthy hair. Stops its falling out. and positively removes Dan druff. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Re fuse all substitutes. 2 tiroes as much in 51.00 as 50c. size. Is Not a Dye. $1 and 50c. bottles, at druggists bead 2c for tree book "The Cireol the Hair." i'hilo Hay biec. Co., Newark, N. J. Ray's Harfina Soap cun Pim,,irs, ml. rouL'h andchapped bands, and all nkin dis eases. Keep r.kin line and soft. 25c. drugeifttR. Scad Zc for free bouk "Toe Care ui Uie bkui." A. L. BOEHMER, PENTER AND WASHINGTON STS. lectures. The chautauquas will be scattered from Texas to Arizona. The first will be held at Tiig' Springs, Texas, which will be the first place at which C'olone.1 Uryan will appear. j Mr- Stewart will meet him there and i tlirn bring him on through the other cities to Phoenix, other cities in I Arizona where chautauquas will be held are Douglas, Tucson and Bis bee. The one bit of oratorical work for which Colonel Uryan is famous, al ways excepting his "cross of gold" speech, is his lecture on "The T'rhiec of Peace." He will deliver it at Phoenix on the evening of September 23. On the afternoon of the same day he will give his "Price of a Soul," Former Governor Folk of Missouri will prove a strong attraction. He has stood, perhaps as few other men hae, for the enforcement of the law. It was he who, as district at torney of St. Louis, landed the boodlers of that city in jail. It was the work done in this famous case that famous case that resulted in his being elected to the gubernatorial chair of his state. Althogether ' there will be eleven programs, the. price of the season ticket being three dollars. Mr. Stewart came to Plnx'iiix last May and worked up the Chautauqua idea. It took here and then he proceeded to other cities when- many of the same attractions will be seen. The chautauqua is to be held at the corner of Adams and Second avenue. Work on the stage and the enclosure vi!l soon begin. The Russian Cigarette in Europe. In the last seven years Russian cigarette manufacturers have increas ed their exports from thirty million to over a hundred and thirty million. This increase has been almost entirely among European smokers, for it is only recently that the Russian cigar ette has become popular in the United States. For several years small factories have been in operation in different parts of this country, but the plants were so small and the output so limit ed that they made practically no im pression upon the great bulk of the cigarette business. Most of these cig arettes were made by hand and the quality of tobacco used differed not only in each shop, but from month to month in the same shop because of the inadequate facilities which the manu facturers had for buying the best to bacco. It is only within a short time that the manufacture of Russian cigarettes in this country has been undertaken on a large and adequate scale. Cali fornia was the first state to welcome thi3 new industry, and the success of one of the largest cigarette factories in the United States which is devoted Rich or poor alike are habit ually constipated. It slays its victims by thousands, although some other name goes into the death certificate. Drugs will not cure. Eat daily. WHEAT FLAKE CELERY which is of a laxative nature. entirely to the manufacture of Rus sian cigarettes is an eloquent witness of the fact that Californians are quick to adopt any novelty whose recom mendation is merit. tine California factory alone pro duces several hundred thousand Rus sian cigarettes a day, and it is the boast of the manufacturers that the quality of each one of these cigarettes is absolutely uniform. Russian ciga rettes have evidently come to stay. Truth irritates those only whom It enlightens, but does not convert. Pasquier Quesnel. Coffee Plain Cream Soda Our coffee flavor is the" real article and with good cream makes about the nicest foun tain drink, you can get. Adams Pharmacy HENRY B. CATE, Mgr. In Hotel Adams. Tel M. 243. Oolis Last Chance to see PEARSON JOELL In Their New Act. Also Temple (Si O'Brien In Their New Song's and Dances eym o yes Abdallah & Nichol The Great Arabian Tumbling Act. Might Westerman Comedy Singing and Dancing All New Pictures Steele & Mc Masters Comedy Roller Skating. A show that will please every body and our prices are 10c, 15c and 20c only It's Where the Crowds Go. Meet Your Friends There