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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920 PAGE ELEVEN FECIAL; iuesday and ednesday Puffed Wheat, V m Per pkg 14 C Lemons, , - q per dozen XoC Folger's Coffee, rnn per pound DUC sund CARRY South First Avenue Opposite East Side of Court House EALTY FIRM PIONEERS The continued activity of local merchants for down town store space has caused another well known Realty firm to seek larger quarters and locate themselves a bit beyond the former realty firms, for want of space to house the increased force have removed from 37 North First avenue to a large and spacious office at 117 West Monroe street opposite the south end of the post office. Peter Block, senior member of the firm and a Phoenix Pioneer, is very enthusiastic over the new location, and to inquiries as to future possibilities there, he optimistically answers that the rapid strides in the growth of this great City entitle him to move out where he can secure the large airy and cheerful offices such as the Realty business actually requires. The personnel of the office includes some very well known Realtors. Mr. R. H. Fields, possibly better known in his former ministirial capac ity, is now handling, outside lands and is at present in Mexico looking over prospects. Peter Block and W. J. Burns, assisted by W. H. Pal mer will devote their time to the larger ranches, while M. J. Burns will look after the small acreage. The ever smiling -face of George H. Goggins in charge of the office remains, of course. The City department should be very capably handled by Wm. N. Thorpe and A- J. Hall, both of whom have been with the firm for soma time and are well known among the Realtor and house-hunters for their activity in that department. J. D. Verbance is a recent addi tion to the department also. Navy Sprinter Is Believed To Be Fastest In Country The United States has one telephone fnstrument to every tight inhabitants. Red-haired persons are said to be less liable to baldness than those with hair of any other color. .One-fourth of all the printed matter in the United States emanates from New York city. o Franca spent approximately 200 bil lion francs on the war. There will be a special meeting of the Moose Wednesday, 8 p. m., in the banquet hall Odd Fellows' hail. adv. m o Texas leads in the national guard strenp-th of the country. is. Tunrj 'ts-:f$tw -::- vt ? v i i " .:;S: k ' 1 1 When the United States ship Frederick sailed for Antwerp she took with her the champion 440-yard runner of America, and incidentally one of the fastest sprinters in the world. Frank J. Shea of Irwin. Pa., who enlisted in the navy in June, 1918, and who is now a chief quartermaster, will be looked to by the navy to "bring home the bacon" in this special feature at the Olympic games. The above picture shows Shea winning the 440 final in 50 seconds at the Harvard stadium, where selections for the Olympic teams were made. BLIMPS DEFEAT SOX 9 TO ONE IN LABOR DAY BASEBALL GAME The Southwest Cotton romped all over East lake park yesterday afternoon taking a nine to one victory from the White Sox. The Sox only run was made in the first inning. Cullom walked Bates; Traney got on first when H. Westfall booted the ball and Cannon hit to right, bringing home Bates with the lone tally. Several times it looked like the Sox were due to score with men on, but exceptional fast fielding by the Blimps retired the side scoreless. About 1500 fans watched the game. E conotny Should Be The ousehold Watchword H Trade at the Porage Pot, and do your duty by the Family Pocket Book. These prices will prove it. BUTTER Fancy Creamery Butter, per lb Ilassayampa Butter, per lb Purity Nut per lb 63c 66c 35c BEANS 10 lba. Beana 10 lbs. Beans 10 lbs. Beans Pink Navy FLOUR 48 lbs. Hardwheat Flour ; '.. 48 lbs. Moses Best SPUDS Lima ...89c ... 93cM $1.56 COFFEE 1 lb. Hill s Blue , 1 lb. Hill's Red 1 lb. M. J. B. ... 1 lb. Ben Hur .. 1 lb. Art Coffee COFFEE 44c 54c 54c 54c 42c 5 lbs, M. J. B 3 lbs. Hill s Blue 2V2 lbs. Hills Red CU lbs. Ben Hur Raisins, per lb. Prunes, per ib. Teaches per ib.. . S2.53 . 81.19 . S1.37 $1.37 TEA 85c 63c n.27 DRIED FRUIT 29c 30c 28c 1 lb. Lipton's 1 lb. Tree Tea 1 lb. Kklpeway's Majesty Blend . 30-40, Sack lots, hundred .. 10 lbs. Spuds ... Onions, per lb. ... per $3.47 $4.00 $4.10 ...46c 5c MUSTARD 8-oz. Jar Libby's 0-oz. Frenches ......... ...... Small jar Quart 3ar TAPIOCA Minute, per pkg : Pearl Tapioca , pound pkg. ............ Pearl Barley, per pkg, 17c 22c 13c 53c 13c 19c 19c SALAD DRESSING 53c 27c 68c 39c 18c 47c CANNED CORN 14c 19c 25c 15c Premier, large Premier, small . . . . Durkee'B , large Durkee's, medium . , Durkee's,' email .... My Wife's large No. 2 Corn No. 2 Maine Style B. & M. Maine Corn No. 1 Sugarloaf, per can $1.89 $1.99 $2.79 $2.35 LARD 6 lbs. Crisco 8 lbs. Jewel 10 lbs. Pure Silverleaf Lard T 1 gal. can Mazola ' Mi. BAKING POWDER 1 lb. Calumet 2 lbs. Calumet , I lb. Schilling - , 50c size K. C 23c 59c 39c 39c CATSUP 63c 34c ? X-J -A. y 21c 27c CANNED TOMATOES 14c 20c 23c 18c l Qt. Snider'a .. 1 pt. Snider'a . . 1 pt. Goddard's 1 pt. Glass Jar Standard , 2 Solid Pack , No. 3 Eastern No. 2 Del Monte, per can CANNED PEAS No. 2 Standard No. 2 Tom Thum, extra sifted No. 1 extra sifted Superior Brand No, 2 Del Monte, Petit Pois 17c 33c 17c 41c CANNED MEATS 7-oz. Jar Chipped Beef No. 1 can Corned Beef Vienna Sausage, per can 45c 33c 14c VEGETABLES Mountain Cabbage, OKn Gibs Fancy Fresh Tomatoes, 10 C per lb Pumpkin Yams, 15 C per lb: Shop in the mornings, and avoid the rush ; get the pick of our choice vegetables. Box score: WHITE SOX AB.R.11PO.A.E. Orduno, If 3 0 0 1 0 0 Bates, 3b 3 1 0 0 4 0 Traney, ss.-rf. 4 0 2 l 0 0 Cannon, lb 4 0 1 13 0 1 Bagley, cf 4 0 1 0 0 0 Gillette, c 4 0 0 6 0 1 Football, 2b 4 0 2 3 7 0 Haldeman, rf. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Hickey, ss 2 0 0 0 2 0 Brown, p 1 0 0 0 2 0 Brawner, p 2 0 0 0 2 0 Total 32 1 6 24 17 2 VP9 S. W. COTTON Benenato, rf K. Westfall, cf. Seaman, If H. Westfall, lb. Lyail, c. ...... Meason, 3b. ... Cross, 2b 3 Core, ss. ............ Cullom, p. 4 AB. R. H.POJV. E. 3 10 10 0 4 11110 4 2 3 2 0 0 4 1 1 12 0 1 3 113 0 0 3 10 14 0 113 4 0 1 2 4 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 9 27 13 1 Total .. 32 Siore by innings: White Sox 100 000 0001 S. W. Cotton . . .- 400 400 lOx 0 Summary: Home run Seaman. Two base hits Lyall, Seaman, Core (2), Stolen bases Meason, Westfall and Cross. Double play Meason to Cross to Westfall. Base on balls Off Brown 2, off Cullom 4. Struck out By Brown 2, by Brawner 2, by Cuflom 4. Time of game 1 hour, 50 minutes. Umpire Spencer. Attendance 1,500. . o O. A. Kane for Legislature. adv. n Present State Treasurer Candidate for Secret of ary Si ate at today's Democratic primary election He has and will continue to serve the people's best interests at all times. He has served you well and faithfully as State Treasurer for the last two years and now asks promotion at your hands. 4 y Write for Catalogue It Shows You How to Reduce the Coat of Living. OH THE STORE WITH THE REPU- O 530-56 50. MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES. CALI JcMilPC TATION FOR GOOD VKMAlEsffif TILL 10 O'CLOCK Mail Orders Filled for Any Item and satisfaction guar anteed or your money will be refunded on re turn of the article, to gether with transporta tion charges you have paid. 16x16 FOOT, 12.4 OZ.f DUCK, SPLENDID RECLAIMED Army Tents for Cotton Pickers AND OTHERS WHO NEED A GOOD TENT. Bought from the U. S. Gov't. Have been thoroughly overhauled and repaired in our own tent factory and are in excellent condition. The ideal tent for cotton pickers, contractors, etc., and also make' a good comfortable home. If you wish you can put up walls, put in floor, partitions, etc., and have a comfortable home at a small cost, (our price is for the tent only-) -Finely made from 12.4-oz. army duck, size 16x16, 3-ft. walls, 11 -ft. center, hooded ventilator top; the door closes tent securely. These tents would cost over $100.00 to make. No. 63, price extra special, $30.00 Mail ordera filled. NEW WALL TENTSALL KINDS We operate our own tent factory and make tents of all kinds wall tents, auto tents, miners' tents, etc. OUR PRICES ARE LESS. Let us make an estimate on the kind of tent you want. WRITE FOR CATA LOG QUOTING TENTS OF ALL KINDS. This shows how structed from one house can be con of these tents. Our Auto Tent at $13.50 Is a Big Bargain! Our Own Make "Old Baldy" Brand BREECHES Highest quality work clothing. Also Is excellent sports clothing. Made in our own factory. Our prices are extremely low, quality considered. Prices: Khaki Breeches with double seat, $3.93 and $4.43. Nn. 75. Khakt Breeches with double seat and knees, $4.45. No. 76. Fine Gabardine Breeches, double seat, $5. S3. No. 77 Durable Gabardine Breeches, double s:at, $4.95. No. 78. Corduroy Breeches, brown and other colors, at $5.45. No. 79. Whipcord Breeches, double seat, $1.95. No. 80. Priestly Gabardine Breeches, very fine, sizes 29 to 34 only, special at $7.95. No. 81. Fine Whipcord Breeches, buttoned at knee, pair $11.95. No. 82. O.-D. Wool Serge Breeches, buttoned knee, pair $10.45. Na. 83. O.-D. Serge Breeches, single seat, $3.95. No. 84. O.-D. Army Wool Melton Cloth Breeches, very durable; double seat, $7.95, No. 5; single seat, $6.95. No. 86. O.-D. Moleskin Breeches, they wear, $4.95. No. 87. Mail Orders Filled mil If V All Wool Olive Drab Serge Army Shirt $5.15 Don't Judge these shirts by the price, as this .t ality usually sells from two to three dollars r ore than $5.15. It is our aim to sell at all iimes the best army 6hirt in the country for the noney. And the volume of business we do on these shirts convinces us that they are on vn matchable value. Made of 9'!-oz. all-wool olive-drab serge a quality and weight that will render no end of service. Cut absoli'tely correct in both length and width, well tailored and Ajood fitting. Made with c'cufcled elbows and lined breast. All sizes. On sale extra special at $5.15 includlna war tax. No. S. SAVE MONEY BUY Reclaimed Army Clothing Bought from the Gov't clean and sanitary. In good condition. Made from best quality materials. Makes excellent work clothing and costs but a frac tion of the cost of new clothing. Sond your ordera, satisfaction or your money back. O.-D. Wool Shirt No. 63 $2.45 O.-D. Wool Breeches No. 70 $1.95 Khaki Breeches. No. 71 $1.00 Blue Pants, $1.C0; Coat No. 72 95c Part Wool Undar-.vear at No. 73 95c Wool Spiral Puttees No. 74 95o Mail ore'ers filled. Army Socks $2.25 Dozen For wear they have no superior. Olive drab cotton army socks with rein forced heels and toes, knit long, good fitting We bought 36,000 pairs to ct this price. Thsy are new and perfect. Order a dozen pairs. You will find them very serviceable. All sizes. No. 89. Extra special at $2.25 dozen. Mail Ordera Filled. Address Your Letter: Army and Navy Dept Store, Dept. 42, Los Angeles.