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FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1926
For Shaving Razor Blades And Shaving Cream Satisfying Savings for Spring Shoppers Ik Reason Our Store Is Busy Nowadays! Summer Suits Cool As They Look! Men’s and Young SHIS Men’s Tropical Suits that are shape-retain- TiL r * ing with the style yy 7 built-in, as cool and 7/7_/<7T~7 \ v comfortable as they \ Featherweight yet with \ V 1 \ real quality—and a trop- \\ \l/ J X} i \ ical suit has to have —4 quality to make good on / J ts/ Jl sizzling hot days. j / v 0 J7 / In shades of grey, \ \ brown, tan and blue— A V plain and striped effects. 'j Select yours now—better / V still, select two or three, ~ V at this low price— Pi Other Hot Weather l ( Suits at $9.90, nKj $13.75 to $22.50 XD Nation-Wide Low Prices on Boys’ “Pay-Day” Overalls Union Made of heavy, durable, 2.20 denim. One of our most outstanding values at these low prices—* Y 3-6 years 7-12 years 89c sl.lO \rm 13-17 years F i / $1.19 ■' Super Values and every bit as \/f J fyf] strong, serviceable and well-made \jLvj Mb V /M as our Men’s “Pay-Day” Overalls. IfU ||\' |\ Cut full; high back, two-seam h|J|| legs, roomy front and back pockets. Need Odd Trousers Nearly Every Man Does? A fabric, a pattern, a shade, and a price that will satisfy you. These trousers for men and young men are well tailored and insure service. Fabrics are worsted, unfin | \ ished worsteds, serges, and cassimeres. Exceptional quality at— s3.9B to $5.90 Young men’s English cut pants of cassimeres and flan nels in the popular grey, fawn, and tan — $3.98 to $7.90 Also English cut corduroys in grey, cream and powder blue, $3.98 and $4.98 our aim, *BT fl /7 (SIATION-WIDE TO serve II mm INSTITUTION - I YOU WELL Hi |H —, J | ,genneyvo. always y| •W JL DEPARTMENT STORES Winslow, Arizona Percale Shirts Unusual Designs Smart new designs for Spring. Fancies, stripes' and covered patterns; light and dark grounds. In neckband style with detached collar; collar at tached with pocket. Cut full; excellent workman ship; low priced at—- * $1.49 Pajamas For Men Os soft-finish percale In white, cream and colors. Cut extra full on the J. C. Penney Co. Jumbo pattern. Loose, cool, comfortable; four silk frogs, large pocket. Low priced— sl.49 Riding Pants Khaki Drill Very prac- W+j tic a 1 for timekeep ers» ranch /[V H \ or mime /. |/ || \ foremen, as ( well as for outing and \Jy motoring. I \ Heavy 8-oz. 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Very low priced, too at— 98c Men’s Knitted Athletic Union Suits Ask to see our knitted athletic union suits. It fastens with two buttons at shoulder—no other buttons —on and off like a bathing suit; closed crotch; button less fly front. Extra good values at— 98c Khaki Roller Ventilated Hats For men of fine Rosebery cloth. Cool, comfortable and lightweight. Fine stitched brim, fine wire ventilating screen front and full leather sweat band. Very moder ately priced at— -69c Boys’ Shirts And Blouses Our own J. C. Penney Co. make. Extra full cut. Fancy broadcloth in stripes, checks —open and well-covered de signs ; ocean pearl buttons. Extra good values at—— Shirts, 98c Blouses. 89c Scouts Hats Os Khaki For the boys. Just the right shape and weight for Summer; very cool. Flat, stitched brim, red, white and blue cord—four-dent model. Excellent values at our very low price of— -39c “Big Mac” Work Shirts The "Big Mac” label stands for dominating value, skilled labor and good wages. In plain blue or grey chambray. Two large button pockets, square cut tails; large, roomy sleeves and body. Regular, Slim and Extra Sizes. 69c WHERE SAVINGS ARE GREATEST THRUOUT THE YEAR LitUi At Your Hatter There’s as much Style and Value in Waverly Caps for Men as in our Marathon Hats —and that’s' Going Some!” All the newest shapes and fab~» rics—all made and finished to our exacting ments. Moderately priced at— 98c $1.49 $1.98 Our “Pay-Day” Overalls Famous Value! Union Made! t- Made of strong, durable 2.20 blue denim. Choice of Jumper or Overall. Extra ful! cut; double-«titched seams; two hip, two side, rule pockets and watch pocket to hold watch securely. Workmen and their wives insist on “Pay-Day” Overalls. They KNOW the value, at our low price— sl.29 ragESf Union Label on All W l|i3 “Pay Day” Overalls l"” 18 HM^agaaß Men’s Khaki * rlll^° se Work Pant. H.re's" hosHor that Five pockets, very durable, hard-wearing boy or girt Pr. Low priced at nr* $1.49 -> sc Tub Suits For Boys Cool, Comfortable, Roomy * These wash suits are great for hard vveat durable tub fabrics, smart models and low priced— -79c,.’1.98 Many models and styles to select from, one of which is shown. White, colors and two-tone ef fects. Some have short pants—others long pants. For little fellows, 2Vi to 7 years. All the little v-sa mm**. \ style-touches pockets, \ belts, some with ties. Our values are well-known with mothers. New Novelty Neckwear 49c to sl.9s PAGE FIVE DIRECTORS OF JEROME BANK ARE INDICTED JEROME—The grand jury inves tigating the failure of the Prescott State hank, its branch at Humbolt, the Commercial Trust and Savings bank and the Bank of Jerome last week returned indictments against all the directors of the Bank of Jerome and two employes. The directors of the Jerome bank mimed by the jurymen are R. N. Fredericks. Morris Goldwater, James A. Hope, Fred C. Brecht, A. L. Reece and C. H. Hindered, P. H. Denting, cashier of the bank, and Earl Foreman, assistant cashier. The charge made by the jury was “permitting deposits to be received by the bank when it was insolvent. The jurymen returned “true bills” against the men and Judge Rich ard Lamson presided at the read ing of the indictments, which were returned at 4:00 p. m. The bond of each of the men was fixed at $5,000. Fredericks supplied his bond and the other men were all released on their own recognizance. Wants Fence To Protect Crops From Hungry Arizona Elk PHOENIX Protection of his ranch from one of Arizona’s thriv ing elk herds is sought in a novel plea made to State Game Warden D. E. Pettis by Frank Wallace, a rancher near Heber, south of Hol brook. ! Mr. Wallace asks the state to buy him over two miles of stout wire fencing, five feet high, to replace his present fence which the elk break down to get at his crops. He estimates that the elk damaged 25 per cent of his last year’s crops and became so friendly during the winter that they entered his barn and feasted on his store of hay. Though the state game depart ment has no funds with which to buy fence, it may send game war dens to the Wallace ranch during the season when the elk envade his farna to shoo them away and drive them to higher altitudes. The elk .herd of from 12 to 15 head is the remnant of the herd placed in the Sitgreaves forest nearly 15 years ago. Wallace in his letter to the game warden, writes that he does not care if the elk forage on his range but that he does object to the eat ing of his crops. AUTOMOBILE CLUB OF ARIZONA GETTING MANY INQUIRES ABOUT ROADS The Automobile Club of Arizona is receiving many letters of inquiry from people in the east who con template a tour of scenic Arizona during 1926. Clem A. Towner, Oxford, Ohio, writes for maps and routing to be used for a trip to Arizona ni June. Oliver De Guise, Sorel, Province of Quebec, Canada, writes for infor mation of the Salt River Valley and Arizona. Mrs. J. E. Baker, 2662 Grand River Avenue, Detroit, Michi gan, wants all the information per taining to scenic Arizona and auto mobile roads that is available, as she with a party expect to visit this state during the summer vaca tion period. Chas. E. Storr, 3435 East 7th Street, Kansas City, de sires routing, road, scenic and cli matic information concerning Ari zona. The Portland Chamber of Com merce have written the Automobile Club for Arizona road maps and other information for the benefit of members who intend visiting the Grand Canyon of Arizona and other natural wonders in Northern Ari zona. The above requests were all an swered by the touring bureau of the Automobile Club on March 31, and are used to show how the knowledge of service rendered by the Automobile Club of Arizona is spreading. Mesa Man And! Indian Die As Walls Cave In PHOENIX- —Two employes of the Southern Pacific railroad were killed Saturday afternobn when the walls of an excavation for a crib bing at a bridge site on the Saca ton Indian reservation collapsed causing the men to be buried be neath timbers and dirt. The men are William Davis of Mesa and Antone Kistell, a Pima Indian, living on the reservation. Both men were digging in the excavation when, without warning the walls of timber hurst outward over their heads. Workmen dug out both bodies in 15 minutes. Both men were married and had large families. o JEROME EPISCOPAL CHURCH MOVES FOOT DOWN MOUNTAINSIDE JEROME—As a resui'i. of the re cent rains, the Episcopal church building moved almost a foot down the slope on which it is located. After a thorough examination made by the engineers of the United Verde Copper company, the struc ture was pronounced unsafe for occupancy until extensive repair work is done. The organ, pianos and other articles of value were moved from the building Monday afternoon. o TROUT (REEK SURVEY FOR IRRIGATION, AIM WASHINGTON Senator Cam eron, Republican, Arizona, intro duced a bill today which would pro vide for the investigation of the feasibility of irrigation development within the drainage area of Trout creek ,in Arizona.