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KORR1CKS' PRE-1NVENTORY
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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1919
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Continuing for One Week Only Positively
Will Close Saturday Night, July 12th
r Lare Window Disolavs
PRICES TALK
The economical and thrifty buyers of Phoenix and the Salt River Val
ley certainly realize what wonderful values we have for them this we
proudly know the satisfied and pleased crowds of purchasers Satur
day, thoroughly proved this to us.
For the coming week the closing - week of this great value giving sale
we have some wonderful bargains for you for instance
Women's Tailored Suits,
Coats, Capes, Dolmtins .
One-Half Price
Wom'en's Individual, Ex- Anj TLJ-J I ncc
elusive Model Dresses : . Ulie-lIlIIll Ltbb
The Reason for This Sale
And What It Means to You
fiOne of the principal reasons for this July Clear
ance Sale is to reduce stock previous to inventory.
fiWe do this to lighten the labors of our store force,
during the hot summer weather, as inventory time
entails a great deal of extra work, so if stocks are low
work is correspondingly easy.
fiAlso, to see that all, if any, broken lines are cleaned
up, preparatory for the coming fall business.
flThis sale is not for the purpose of raising money
we would, if we could, in the face of the present stiff
and high-priced market, retain all our present stocks
because to replace them means a greater cost for us
consequently, a greater cost to you.
fiThis sale means for you a great saving in dollars .
and cents, as every purchase you make now, you
positively buy it for less than if you had waited a .,
month or even a week. -
Prices on all classes of merchandise are steadily
advancing. This fact is indisputable and one you I
should thoroughly realize and comprehend.
TJThe time to buy is NOW and not later if you wait
you will certainly pay more.
CHAS. KORRICK & BRO. ;
Silk Dresses
Values to $55.00
$29.95
Silk Dresses
Values to $79.50
$39.95
Organdy Dresses
Values to $25.00
$13.95
Silk fikirts
Values to $20.00
$10.95
THE STORE OF SERVICE
THE HOUSE OF COURTESY
PHONE 1602
These are only a few of the special interesting items we have for you many, many other items from;:
every department at special sale prices
Bathing Suits, Silk Underwear, Corsets, Children's and
Misses' Dresses, Children's Capes and Coats, Hosiery;
Underwear, Silks, White Goods and Linens
Every department in the house has its full quota of extra special values
Remember sale continues this week only
FURLOUGH
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RETURNSTO
IN-
SERVICE
Virgil Lightfoot, corporal in the First
Balloon company, will leave today for
Arcadia, California, where he is sta
tioned. Corporal Liphtfoot has been in
the city visiting with his brother-in-law,
having been -granted 30 days fur
lough upon re-enlisting in the service
for one year.
Corporal Lightfoot enlisted in the
army in August, 1917, being stationed
first at Omaha, and going overseas
later, where he participated in all of
the major actions of the American
army.
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UNION SERVICE TONIGHT Union
services of all Phoenix churches will
be held at 8:30 p. m., at the T. M. C. A
staudium. Dr. J. L. Marquis of the
Presbyterian church will conduct the
services. During the summer months
union services at the staudium are
taking the place of the regular evening
worship In the various churches.
Use The Republican Classified Pages
for results read for profit.
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Buy it and save money
Every carton guaranteed
For your protection
packed in sanitary
sealed cartons
Also Japan (green)
50
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16 ox.
25 Half Pound
8 ox.
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Marints Out to Win Nationaf Match
Prom the viewpoint of the ambitious
rifleman, all roads now lead to Caldwell,
N. J., where the big National Matches
are held, beginning In July and con
tinuing through August.
All branches of the services out to
beat the Marines, including civilian
rifle clubs, by winning first, second
and third place in the individual rifle
cpmpetition and first in the individual
pistol match, besides leading all regi
ments and divisions. Marines won top
most honors as riflemen in the A. K. F.
small arms matches held at Le Mans,
France, early in iMay. In the individual
match there were 1300 contestants out
of a possible 600- Corporal Leland Pey
ton made a score of 550 and became
the champion rifleman of the A. E. F.
Sergeant Jonas F. Waters was second
with 549 and Corporal' Delmar Rippey
was third with 545- Peyton and Rip
pey, both of whom are 22 years old,
are with the Fif thJMariDes, and Waters.
woor& -28, is -with tng TliiitPBgth JHa
rines. Private Orville B. York, an 18-year-old
youth who is serving with the
Fifth Marines, won the individual pis
tol match, securig 1022 out of a pos
sible 1200 aaginbt 800 contestants.
The Fifth Regiment of Marines won
first place among regiments, and the
Second Division, with which the Ma
rines are brigaded, was first among di
visions. Immediately after the report
of the match was received at headquar
ters. Major General George Barnett,
commandant of the Marine Corps,
cabled to Brigadier General Lejune,
commanding the Second Division, ex
tending his congratulations to the win
ners, while Secretary Daniels, who was
returning to this country on the Mount
Vernon, sent a wireless to Brigadier
General Lajune, praising him and his
men. General Pershing cabled that he
was sending back twenty Marines from
the Fifth and Sixth Regiment Rifle
Teams to compete in the matches to
be held at Caldwell.
In 1916 before the United States en
tered the war, the Marine Corps TeamJ
won tfao-PiKbHufV,iiui Mi 4tkfwckmKri
ville, Fla., which carries with it the
title of military champion. The rifle
team to defend the colors of the Corps
and uphold the reputation of marks
manship established by the Marines in
past competitions will be chosen from
the highest standing individuals in the
Marine Corps match. This team will
go to Caldwell to take part in the Na
tional matches. Corporal Forney of
the local Marine Corps recruiting sta
tion who was twice wounded and
gassed while fighting with the Fourth
Brigade Marines for possession of Bel
leau Wood, now known as Bois de la
Brigade de Marines, says Itwas the ex
cellent marksmanship of the Marines
that defeated the Germans and sealed
the victory of Chateau Thierry by put
ting the Germans on the defensive at
Belleau Wood. Forney says the French
soldiers were amazed to see the Ma
rines take deliberate aim at the ad
vancing Germans.
Use The Republican Classified Pas -is
'An- -iHfeuaa read for -profit
s Service Bdeal at
Preserving Time
Housewives appreciate their Cabinet Gas '
: Ranges right through the year but there is no
other time when the Gas Range is valued, quite"'.'-'
so highly as at preserving time. o- .
Just now hundreds of housewives are putting up.; r.
their preserves, jams and jellies. Gas Service is ;?
helping them daily in successfully accomplishing .'""
this annual task. " 5-
Only by using a Cabinet Gas Range can you get the slow, low,,.
' even heat so necessary for the making of perfect preserves!
Only by using a Cabinet Gas Range are you spared the bother
some, hot and unpleasant work of carrying fuel, 'tending stove
etc. ' Si'
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If you are not making your preserves on a Cabinet Model Gas,.t
Range you are adding more work to your household duties than ;
is necessary and the results aren't nearly so good, "!
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