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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 17, 1920
PAGE ELEVEN
TO PROVIDE BOOTHS
DOWffliTOOBTM
PETITIOi S'lGI
T S
Initiative petition booths fop the
state- highway commission bill will be
placed in the business district of Phoe
nix Monday. "State Good Koads Day."
by the Merchant and Manufacturers'
association, it was announced yester
day by County Chairman J. C. Dobbins
of the Arizona Good Roads association.
Five organizations will work thru
jay In competition for a loving cup to
ie given the organization getting the
Tsrgest percentage of names based on
;he vote for mayor cast in the four oM
wards of the city. These wards are
the Adams hotel ward, the chamber of
commerce ward, -the court house ward
nd the city hSH ward. The Rotary
" ': t-b will have charge in the Adams
Jofel ward, the Kiwanis club In thi
rnamber of commerce ward, the Auto
motive Dealers' association iji the
aurt house ward and the realty board,
in the city hall ward.
"State Good Roads Day" falls on
the longest day in the year. This Is
considered good luck by Mr. Dobbins.
"It will be the longest day of sunshine
! '1 the historv of Arizona" Yin rjiiM
' We will get ample signatures here'
and elsewhere In the state to place
the measure before the people for ;
vote next fall. It will go through and
in time we will have a state highway
commission to do big things lor the
state. Hence the longest day of sun
shine will be long remembered." .
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METHODSTS
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DEFEAT EM5TIIS
The leading Central Christian church
baseball teaoi suffered its second de
feat of the league schedule at the
hands of the South Methodist squad at
Eastlake park yesterday afternoon by
a score of 8 to 7. The South Method
ists re the only players who have de
feated the leaders.
Roth teams played fast, snappy hall,
a. large crowd being in attendance. The
Christian team got away to a good
start with four runs in the first inning
and increased its lead to six with a
couple more in the fourth.
The Methodists went scoreless in the
first four frame .vnd then broke into
the run column with a vengeance, put
ting six men across the rubber before
the side wa.i retired They went into
the lead with another run in the sixth
and the Christians . knotted the score
at seven all in their h2lf. The Method
ists scored the winning run in the
seventh. Score by innings:
South Methodists 000 061 1 8
Central Christians 400 201 0 7
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"oak barkproduces the best leather
known. Through our special tanning
process the strength of the oak is im
parted to the leather from which we
make C&LrA-TAN shoes.
QYLrA-TAN shoes are built on a last that fits
your foot. Buy them at your dealer's or writ to
the manufacturers.
NOLAN-EARL SHOE CO.
San Francisco, California
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such free play, and mother never worries for
fear the little underclothes will get dirty or
the tender skin scratched. No tight or elastic bands
to hinder circulation. No buttons in front to hurt
tender bodies or scratch furniture. KOVERALLS
save laundry and mending, and our guarantee gives
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At Good Dealers $2.00 the Suit, and Up
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Galatea of contrasting shades. Sizes 1 to 8 years. Round neck, long sleeves
or Dutch neck and eibovr sleeves. -fne-piece, crop- tkmon, n,r0- k7
back design. There's nothing like i vmii. ior
practical, healthful, economical wear.
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MOTHERS: Write for WJct Kawinr fatmcs in colors, and 6
cut-out dolls. SENT KREJ
Affile and Guaranteed by
Levi Strauss Sc Co,
147A Pino Street, Sen Francisco
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H BOYS' BLUE DENIM OVERALLS
$1.25 4 to 7 sizes . .65c
$1 .50 8 to 1 1 sizes 85c
$1.75 12 to 15 sizes $1.07
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. $S.OO MEN'S LOW CUT OXFORDS
Button and Laces
$2j45
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$3.50 MISSES' AND GROWING
GIRLS MARY JANES
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$2.50 Kiddies
Mary Janes kid and
patent. For this
day's selling.
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crowd of "Wise Ones" to this
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SALE'
COME BEFORE ITS FOREVER TOO LATE!
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FRIDAY SPECIAL
$$2.00 and $2.50
children's wash
dresses for this
day's selling and
finish price
$ 67
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ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS AND ALL IS 0VFR-S0 HURRY!
SEE WHAT ELSE YOU MAY NEED, THEN HURRY AND GET THEM HERE, FOR I AM GOING TO SELL
THE BALANCE OF THIS STOCK TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, GET YOUR SHARE.
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LIMIT
CHILDREN'S DAY
THURSDAY
Extra special for this
day, boys' and girl's
Buster Brown Hosiery.
35c, 5 to 6 sizes
21c
40c, 7 to 8 sizes
23c
45c, SVz.to 10 sizes
26c
LADIES LOOK
Special for Saturdays
Ladies' gun metal
and kid shoes, $5.50
and $6.00. Values- for
this day's selling, can
you equal such bargains,
going for
$H)00
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$3.50 Men's Best
BLUE DENIM
OVERALLS
$01)48
$4.00 and $4.50
MEN'S FELT
HATS
$1)35
$10.00 MEN'S
DRESS SHOES
All Styles
Last Price
$98
$4.00 Boy's work
and dress shoes.
Last Price
$H)79
Bulk.Buyers
Get Busy!
$5.75 MEN'S WORK
SHOES
Last Price
$79 -
$7.50 MEN'S BARNYARD
WORK SHOES
Last Price
$g48
$6.00 MEN'S GUT METAL,
BUTTON AND LACE
SHOES
Last Price
$Q48
$6.00 Ladies'
low heel kid shoes.
Veiy Last Price
398
$8.00 L ad i e s
brown and black
kid shoes, high and
medium heels.
Last Price
$l98
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$9.00 Ladies'
high tou. brown
and black kid shoes
Last Price
S)98
40to50Off
On Everything
$10.00 Ladies' kid ox
fords and pumps, brown and
black.
Last Price
$C39
$6.50 Ladies' gray and
black kid oxfords.
Last Price
$4
39
$3.50 Misses and Boys'
Nature shoes.
Last Price
$C)19
50c Outing Flannel
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$2.00 Dress
Goods, plain Serges
and shepherd
plaids.
Last Price
98c
50c Ginghams
Last Price
$3.00 Ladies
Bungalow and
House Dresses.
Last Price
$
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Misses Trimmed Hats
$1.50
$2.50
$3.00
$5.00
$6.00
Hats for the Finish 79c
Hats for the Finish . 98c
Hats for the Finish $1.89
Hats for the Finish $2.49
Hats for the Finish $3.49
Ladies Corsets
$2.00 Corsets, Last Price $1.19
$3.00 Corsets, Last Price $1.98
$4.00 Corsets , Last Price $2.59
$5.00 Corset, Last Price . .. $3.29
Boys Kinckerbocker Pants
$1.25 Pants, Last Price 79c
$2.00 Pants, Last Price $ 1 .29
$2.50 Pants, Last Price $1.49
$3.00 Pants, Last Price $1.79
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$18.50 Trunks
Big and .Roomey
ALL RIBBONS
Laces and Embroideries
The Last Price
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