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Cedar Springs Notes.
Mrs. Barnett Styles, and her two charming young lady friends from Texas—Misses Corinne and Elma-Dill Russell, spent a day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Sc lwemberger at their trading store and Ta-La-Wush factory. Os course Mr. Jot Styles, and brother Zearl, accompanied them and assisted in the vocal music. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bailey, of Los Angeles, Cal., are spend ing several days with Mr. A. L. Bailey. They made the trip by auto without any thrilling ex periences. Mr. 0. W. Marty returned from a business trip to Gallup New Mexico. Mrs. Bertha Menzler Peyton, a distinguished artist from New York City, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Schwemberger on her way to the Grand Canyon. Trip to and from Cedar Springs was via Holbrook, too risky crossing the river at Winslow. Lowell Styles came to Cedar Springs frum his cow camp. He did not stay long, as the girls had left the evening before. The snake dance at Second Mesa takes place August 23d and at the first Mesa (Moqui) August 26th. The Kiddoo garage is now the Overland agency for Win slow. They have just received a carload of the new Model “83” and have them displayed on their floor, Mr. Kiddoo says it is the best value he has seem for SB6O delivered. He has had many calls for a larger and high er priced car than the Ford, and after careful consideration and looking over every car on the market has selected the Over land. Another feature is the complete stock always kept on hand at the state distrib uting agency, so no owner of an Overland will lose the use of his car longer than it takes to send to Phoenix for the parts want- Babbitt Brothers Mercantile Company Clothing for Men and Boys. Our ready-to-wear.stock is most complete as yet as to color size and cloth. But at the prices we are making during this sale they will not last. Come while the selection is good and save money. Hart Shaffner & Marx Made to your Individual Measure. Fit Guarantee!. Large Extra Fine Assortment of Fail Samples of Cloths—ail the new weaves of materials. HATS. Mallory Hats $2.50 „ „ 3.00 „ „ 3.50 John B. Stetson Best Grade $5.00 to $6.50 There is a grade of Stetson hat that can be sold for $3.50, but Babbitt Bros, are noted as the Quality Store. We carry the best. ed. Frederick W. Pitcher, the factory representative, was in the city several days closing the deal with Mr. Kiddoo, and he says the Arizona sales this sea son are way ahead of last year’s total. H. A. Funk, the popular Santa Fe engineer, is the proud owner of the first new 1916 Overland to be driven in Win slow. There are ten different kinds of Jevne bread, and there is one kind especially to suit your taste. Let Dagg’s tell you about it. Are you ready for that New Square Brand mattress. Fnrmture Co. mm m m Dr. J E Ward, of Los Angeles, renders every service that scien ce and skill devise to relieve painful, lost or failing vision. All work guaranteed. Visits Wins low'every three months. Watch for the date and wait for him. liilNliiss” have crowned the efforts of hun dreds of young people who have secured an A. B. C. training, ('nurses in Stenography, Book keeping, Court Reporting, Ac countancy, Banking, Secretarial Studies, Commercial Teaching, Expert Coaching for Civil Service a specialty. No vacationr. Six sessions weekly. Six months will complete a single course. Expert Instructions, Thorough Courses, Modern Equipment, Graduates placed in excellent positions. Fall term opens September 7th. The only National Accredited Commercial School in the South west. Instruction in resident School and by correspondence. Catalogue on .equest. ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS COLLEGE. The Special School by Specialists Albuquerque, N. M. Griffin Clothes for Formal Occasions. Dress clothes have an ex act standard. Anything less than the absolute correct is immediately conspicuous. Fabrics must be the best pro ducts of the master weavers. Tailoring 'must be of the highest quality. These facts no doubt explain why well dressed clothes have always comanded the highest price. But GRIFFIN CLOTHES have abolished the high price. S2O to S3S TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THEIR OFFER. SECOND HAND STORE J. C, AMEN, Proprietor 120 E st Second Street Phone 165 b Second had furniture bought nd sold. NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS carried in stock, will glad ly CALL AND SEE ANYTHING YOU HAVE FOR SALE. ELECTRIC THEATRE—Monday, Aug. 23 Ibe Most Gogeous and Spectacular Feature Produced. One Day Only. Show Begins Promptly at 8:15 P. M. Children 15 Cents PRICES Adults 25 Cents. , V FORGET THE BIG SHOE SALE SATURDAY, AUG. 21st At i P. M. LADIES and CHILDREN SHOES. GLOVES. Men’s Good Canvas Gloves 5 cents. MEN’S SHOES. I Lot of Crossett Oxfords $1.50 I Lot of ~ ~ 3.25 I Lot of Men’s $5.00 Shoe 4.00 I Lot of Men’s 6.00 ~ 5.50 SHIRTS. Arrow Brand Dress Shirt, tine Large assortment of colors in all sizes. The regular $1.75 retailing for three days Thursday Friday $ 1 9^ Saturday * 75 cent Grade Work Shirt 50 cents. $1.50 Grade Black Sateen SI.OO MEN’S PAJAMAS AND NIGHT SHIRTS. $3.50 grade $2.25 2.50 grade 1.75 2.00 grade 1.25 Another Lot of Arrow Brand Collars, broken sizes, 5 Cts. PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT AT -—— —— N. G. POY’S IN General Merchandise Front Street I Navajo Blankets, Bas kets and Pottery. Our stock is most complete : at prices you must pay the Indians themselves. While you are more fortunate than some of your friends in liv ing where you can obtain them so reasonable, you may not appreciate them one-half so much. They make a very useful, lasting and apprecia tive present. Trunks and Bags. In this department we very strongly uphold Babbitt Bros. Quality. The best the manufacturer can make— the famous A. B. C. and the Indestructable. Bought di rect and sold at prices that will make it to your interest to give us a call.