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OPENING SALE
OF THE
Cleveland Bargain House
337-339 EAST WASHINGTON
We have purchased the entire stock of Men’s Furnishings, Hats,
Clothing and Shoes from the W. H. Reims Store and we want you
to share with us in this remarkable purchase.
Today, when merchandise is scarce and steadily advancing in
prices, we offer a great blow to Mr. H. C. L. We are offering mer
chandise at this sale at prices that'are unheard of; at prices 25 to
50 per cent less than we can duplicate these goods for today.
Why? Because we want to become acquainted with you and you
to become acquainted with Phoenix’ newest bargain center.
tOnly a Few of Our Specials
500 500
Men’s Suits Boys’ and Young
Fine pattern and material Men’s Suits
Suits, newest models,
$14.85, $16.85 $g.95, sn.so
$22.50, $27.50 $14.85, $17.75
Flannel Shirts, Dress Shoes, Underwear, Hosiery, Mack
inaws, Blankets, Ladies’ Dresses, Coats, Notions and all
of our merchandise specially for this sale. Hun
dreds of Hats and Caps, of latest styles and patterns, at
great reduction.
200 DOZEN 600 PAIRS
WORK SHIRTS Genuine Elkskin
$1.25, $1.50 values SHOES
Ssc* $3.25
Cleveland Bargain House
337 339 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
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A Wise Man
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—doesn’t live as though his income couldn’t stop—
he makes provision for sickness, lack of work, acci
dent and old age, by having a savings account with
this company, where every dollar he deposits earns
4 per cent interest.
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the
Phoenix Savings Bank
and Trust Company
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Here Is Your Chance
You may get FREE a SIOO.OO PHONOGRAPH, CABINET SIZE.
Chances given away with Crescent Furniture Polish. This Polish
guaranteed or money back. 25c and 50c bottles. Two chances with
60c bottles.
Standard Furniture Co.
237-39 West Washington Street
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The Valley Lumber Co.
P. CORPSTEIN, Manager Phone 760-1862
Jobbers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Building Material
See Us Before Buying Elsewhere
THE PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING
The Best After All
Are Tailored Suits
Years of experience
qualifies us to insure
tailoring of the highest
grade—thorough satis
faction and full value
for your money.
The Latest Patterns
For Men And Women
On Display Here
May we show them
to you? We’re sure we
can prove to you that,
for style and quality,
tailored suits are the
best.
Chas. Grissler
Over the Hub
18 West Washington
Heath
Studio
First Avenue and
Adams
BLANTON BARBERB’ SUPPLY
We Resharpen Safety Blades, Grind
and Hone Razors
208 W. Washington, Phoenix, Aril.
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Boston
Lunch Counter
17 Bouth Second Street
SHORT ORDERS
REGULAR MEALB
TABLE SERVICE FOR LADIES
EXCELLENT CUISINE
JOSEPH GRANT, Prop.
BOGUS S2O BILL APPEARS
Washington. D. C.—Notice of a new
counterfeit S2O note on the federal
reserve bank of New York was given
by the treasury. The border of the
note and the background of Cleve
land’s portrait are solid black, in
stead of having the fine cross lines,
and the treasury numbers are black
instead of blue.
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MERCENARY LOVE
Two little cousins had quarreled,
and the mother of one of them tried
to make peace. “Ajny.” she said,
‘‘why did you tell Bobby you wouldn’t
be his little sweetheart?”
“ ’Cos he didn't ask me.” replied
Amy indignantly, "till he knowed I
had a new dime!”
o
CHICAGO, Oct, 15—The Chicago
Business league is the name of a new
organization of local business men
which proposes to put Chicago in the
lead in the way of business progress
and organization work. Among the
many new features that will be adopt
ed by this neW organization are Wom
en’s Auxiliary, Junior Department,
Publicity Campaign, Co-operative Buy
ing and a paid executive force.
Western, Snell, ]7* _ Vitalic, Appeal,
iver Johnson Jvlllg KrOtlierS Goodrich
ijicycies ( Bicycles Bicycle Tlres
Everything for the Bicycle. All Work Guaranteed.
110 East Adams Street Telephone 1-3-6-5
When you want House Furnishings at the Right
Price and sold on the level
GO TO THE
BARROWS FURNITURE CO.
Corner Flret Street and Jeffercon Phone 1666
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| Green & Carters Dairy Kitchen
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*
| Under New and Capable Management
* Short Orders - - - Regular Meals
* Excellent Cuisine
* Quick Service - - - Courteous Treatment
| Ladies Welcome
P. A. GREEN, G- CARTER Prop.
| 27 South Second Street
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I If You Want to Build or Repair
anything, phone us. We will send you a reliable man
either for carpenter work, cement work, or plaster
ing. You will save money by buying from us.
BENNETT LUMBER CO., Inc.
J. J. HALLORAN, Mgr. Phones; 1211—1247
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We kindly solicit the patronage of the Public for
;; general repair work. Bring us your auto troubles,
:: we garantee our work to please you.
:! L. H. HOGSETT With Clyde Braley
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AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC
” 433 West Adams Phone 686
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P Phoenix Wholesale
Meat Company
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j Sells the CHOICEST MEATS
i At the Lowest Possible Prices
| At the following markets, which we own and operate
I HUGHES MARKET—I7 W. Washington
| HACKETT MARKET—3I*East Washington
| HURLEY MARKET—II 4 East Washington
| UNION MARKET—II 9 North First Avenue N N
* VALLEY MARKET—36 North First Avenue
| NEW MARKET—237 East Washington
§ PORAGE POT MARKET—34S West Washington
RACE RIOT IN INDIANA
(By Associated Negro Press)
INDIANA HARBOR. Ind.. Oct. I*.
Rioting between strikers and Negroes
broke out at the plant of the Universal
Cement Company yesterday. A union
picket was shot In the thigh by one of
two armed Negroes, who with twenty
five other Negroes were trying to re
turn to work.
o
Labor spent by the farmer in sharp
ening his tools and implements earns
a thousand per cent interest, declares
Prof. H. H. Musselman of the Michi
gan Agricultural college. The aver
age farmer is inclined to go along
with dull edges, little realizing the
tremendous amount of extra labor he
is making himself.
o
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Oct. 15 —The
American War Mothers’ organization
recently met here and decided to lay
down the bars and strike out the word
“white” in its constitution and permit
ail mothers to become a part of the
organization.
o
Princes, cardinals, queens and
kings—before the war they said
America was chasing dollars, and now
everybody chases —America!
Independent Co-Operative
Hair Dressers Association
3427 So. State St. Chicago, 111.
Organised to conduct business on the Co-operative plan, pith Hair
Dressers and Beauty Specialists, to enable many Hair Dressers to do
collectively what they can not do Individually. This association will
supply Hair Dressers and Beauty Specialists with toilet preparations,
essential oil. and materials to manufacture their own preparations.'
Formula* given upon request Every Hnir Dresser should be a mem
ber of this association of advancement. Write for particulars.
Agents Wanted
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Uses of a Photograph
A Photograph for your Album. /
A Photograph for a Present f
A Photograph for Remembrance. *
A Photograph for Acquaintance.
A Photograph for Everyone.
GET THEM AT THE
ELECTRIC ART STUDIO
37 West Adams Street *
HOEPPNER ELECTRIC
MACHINE CO.
16 South Central Avenue S)
House Wiring
Electrical Contracting f
Motors and Heavy Machinery
We Solicit Your Patronage
16 South Central Telephone 799
Your
demand that you should avail yourself of the
most efficient banking facilities.
No matter what vour situation may be, you
will find The Valley Bank service complete
and satisfying.
THE VALLEY BANK
PHOENIX, ARIZONA
Member of For Your Savings
Federal Reserve Four Per Cent
System and Safety
Do Y'mr Banking With Your Own
Institutions
R. W. HUNTER & COMPANY
BANKERS
THE LARGEST COLORED BANKING INSTITUTION IN
IN THE WORLD
Resources over a half million dollars. They are the only
Banking Institution in the United States that employs sixty
two Colored American citizens as clerks, tellers, cashiers, book
keepers, stenographers, and investors. They employ young
Colored men and women as clerks, and not as janitors.
One dollar stars a Savings Account and fifty dollars starts
a Checking Account. They do getaeral banking the same as
any bank in the United States. Their checks are honored all
over the United States and their drafts in all parts of Europe.
Every corporation and large company must have a Reserve
Fund to use for emergencies. Likewise, every man and woman
should have a Reserve Fund, in proportion to his or her needs.
Call it your Opportunity Fund, your Rainy Day Fund, or call
it what you will or may, it is really your Independence Fund.
Every Colored American citizen in the United States
should deposit some of their money in this strong Bank, owned,
controlled and managed exclusively by Colored American
citizens.
We furnish capital when business opportunities arise. We
help our depositors and investors, in case of sickness or loss of
employment. When you deposit money with a Colored Bank,
you are making a future for Colored boys and girls, who are
graduating from some of the best schools and colleges in the
United States. Every Colored American citizen in the United
States should be a booster for sueh a business enterprise at
the R. W. Hunter $ Co., Bankers.
Do your business with this progressive firm through the
mail. Boost our own enterprises the same as white people
boost their enterprises.
Send check, money order, or registered currency, and start
an account today.
4757 South State Street 1801 West Lake Stmt
3003 South State Street
CHICAGO, ILL.
OUT-OF-TOWN BANKS:
1828 Broadway, Gary, Ind. 801 Wylie Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
J. P. HARDEN, General Manager

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