SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920
“A bowl of chili every day
Will surely keep the flu
37 South Second Street
YARWOOD & HOCKERY
WE ASK THE PRIVILEGE OF
334 West Monroe St.
Telephone 3099 Phoenix, Arizona
EAST LAKE GROCERY
GROCERIES, MEATS, FRIUTS
The Best the Market Affords
Courtesy and Service
Alike to Everyone
Cor. 16th Street and Jefferson
Phone 3282 Mrs. Della King
HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED
224 E. Adams St. Phoenix, Arlz.
A Real Food—
Cooling, Refreshing, Invigorating
Phones 1681 and 4301
l’ure, Wholesome, Delicious
VELVET ICE CREAM &
333 East Washington St.
First Avenue and
Drive Your Own Car
New Cars to Rent by
Hour, Day or Week
SAID FIELDS AUTO
Rear 301 North Central Ave.
Phone 1474 Phoenix, Arizona
Leading House Furnishers
Cor. Ist St and Adams
PALACE TAILORING CO.
W. J. JONES, Mgr.
Delivery Service Phone 1242
419 East Washington St.
A. R. Smith
37 South 13th Street
106 North First Ave.
Best Equipped workshop in Arizona
‘IF YOU BUY IT OF SHELDON
YOU KNOW IT’S RIGHT”
i CHEAP SECOND-HAND CLOTHES
B. B. STORE
17 South Fourth St.
Where all kinds of Second-Hand
Clothes are bought and sold. Also
cleaning, pressing and repairing
Suits Made to Measure
YODR TRADE SOLICITED
B. BANKS, Prop. Phone 4350
Genuine EDISON MADZA LAMPS
ELECTRIC STOVES, $3.50 and Up
AT RIGHT PRICES
44 E. Monroe St. Phone 1414
Has One Price to
You Get What You
Ask For At
THE BEAR DRUG
Oppose City Hall
j 'SEE BEAKS IN WINDOW
The Blue Bird Electric
The Electric Maid Washer
A-B - C Super-Electric
We have any make at
j prices ranging from $35.00
up. We especially recom
-1 mend the Royal Vacuum
Cleaner as it gets more
dirt than an y otli e r
Electric Ironing Machines 1
Electric Sewing Machines I
Come and See Us
“The Blue Bird Store”
37 West Adams St.
PHOENIX ARIZONA I
THE PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING
A record crowd aitended services'
last Sunday at Tanner Chapel A. M.
E. church and the pastor, Rev. T. J.
Sanford was at his best.. He de
livered two powerful sermons that
were edifying, instructive and spirit-;
ual. One new member was received!
into the church and the collection to
taled $73.27. This church is known
as the ‘‘Strangers’ Home,” and a
cordial welcome awaits you. Come
one, come all. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Class meeting at 12:15
p. m. Christian endeavor at 6:30 p.
m. Plenty of room for everybody.!
Largest seating capacity of any col-|
ored church in Phoenix.
Second Baptist Church
Sunday was a high day at the Sec-j
ond Bhptist church and the pastor.
Rev. E. D. Greene, delivered two soui
stirring sermons. The house was:
filled to overflowing and standing:
room was at premium. The collec-]
tion was up to the usual standard.
Unique Club Meeting
The Unique club will meet Sunday
afternoon, November 21, at the home
of Mrs. Lillie Wiggins, 1038 East
Moreland street, and the following
program will be rendered:
Mrs. M. W. Fletcher
Duet Mr. and Mrs. M. White
Paper Mrs. E. L. Lott
Duet Mrs. P. F. McCutcheon
and Mrs. Emmett Lewis
All members urged to attend. Come
early. By order of the president,
Mr. Laßue Moore, who the past
year has been employed by the Vic
Hanny Clothing Co., 40 North Cen
tral avenue, has accepted a position
at the Savoy hotel on South Second
It’s A Boy
Born November 6th to Mr. and Mrs.
j Samuel Lackey, 119 South Tenth
j street, a ten-pound boy. Mother and'
| son doing fine, thank you. The
j father is the happiest man in Phoenix
i and is still passing out Van Dyck
Home From Texas
Mrs. M. E. Holt of 1026 East Wash !
j ington street, returned a few days 1
| ago from Dallas, Texas, where she
uus tailed to the bedside of her
The following program will be ren-!
dered Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock 1
by the missionary ladies of the C. M. :
E. church. Your presence is desired.!
The program follows:
Opening Song * Choiri
Scripture Reading—Psalms 107:19.
Prayer Rev. M. Thompson
Dialogue—’.‘The Negro Migrant—
Duct. Mrs. M. White & Mrs. J. Lucas
P per Mrs. Nita Lewis
Song Junior Choir
Recitation Miss Fay Winn
Reading Mrs. M. Thompson]
Tenor solo Mr. M. White
Oration Randolph Mickens
Duet Mr. Jones & Mrs. Fluellenl
Paper Mrs. W. C. Hackett]
Reading ~.......A.Mr5. O. G. Howard
.Solo.. Walter Bereal
Mrs. J. Tannehill, president; Mrs.
N. E. Hamilton, secretary; Rev. M.
At C. M. E. Church
Rev. Z. Z. Johnson, presiding elder]
of tlie C. M. E. church, held his first]
quarterly conference last Sunday. It!
was one of the best quarters that he
has held tor the last six years, in
every sense of the word. He de-!
livered two powerful sermons and
three people joined the church, two
( on confession of faith. Many souls]
were made to rejoice in the God of!
their salvation. Collection for the
Sunday, November 21, will be an
other great day at the C. M. E. church
At 11 a. m. the pastor will baptize!
those who have confessed a hope in
Christ. At 3 p. m. the missionary]
ladies will render a special program.
We are expecting the pastors ol the
other churches and their congrega
tions. We have some of the best tal
ent in the city on the program. At
the evening services the pastor will
speak from the subject: “The un
grateful nine that never returned.’
Everybody invited. W. J. Jones, rs
porter and church clerk.
N. A. A. C. P. Notes
The exeuctive committee of the
local branch, N. A. A. C. P. will meet
the first Monday night in each month
at the A. M. E. church. Regular
meeting of the association will be
held the third Monday night in each
month at the A. M. E. church. A ape
! cial program will be rendered by tne
] association Sunday afternoon, Noveni-
I her 29, 3 o’clock, at the A. M. E.
j church. It was erroneously stated in
a previous article that the meetings
would be held every Sunday after
Antioch Baptist Church
Excellent services were conducted
Pvt Sunday at Antioch Baptist church
and the pastor, Rev. C. A. Gilmore,
preached two inspiring sermons. The
attendance was large and the collec
tions good. You are_ cordially in
• vited to attend services at this
In The Greatest Bargain Spot in Phoenix
The Boston Store’s
UNDERPRICED BARGAIN BASEMENT
“The Home of a Thousand Bargains”
25 Per Cent Discount on Fine Woolen Blankets
and Wool and Down Comforters
This includes all our stock of extra fine Wool Blankets in 'plain white with fancy borders—Scotch plaids, California
W 00l Blankets and fancy plaid and block checks—also all our immense stocks of silk and satin-covered down and lamb’s
wool filled Comforts—in beautiful designs and rich colorings—All now, no reserve, all at ONE-FOURTH OFF.
25 Per Cent Discount
On all our stock of fancy plaid and solid color Cotton Blankets and Cotton Filled Comforters—with many extra
special values to offer you—each and every one a value supreme.
15* Dozen Bleached Sheets--Full 72x90 Size, Regular $1.35 Value, Now - -98 c
A full yard wide Bleached Muslin, smooth, even weave,
fine thread. A muslin formerly selling at 35c yard.
Special v 19 C
L. L. UNBLEACHED MUSLIN
An exceptional quality L. L. Unbleached Muslin, 36
inches wide, extra weight and quality. A muslin form
erly selling at 33c. Special „..17i^c
BEST AMERICAN CALICOES
Thousands of yards to select from—darks and lights,
plaids and fancies, navy blues, greys, black and whites.
Calcutta and cardinals, all special at 15c
YARD WIDE PERCALES
Not cheap, light weight Percales, but Percales of the
better quality, full 36 inches wide, dark and light
styles, formerly selling at 45c yard, at 29c
Dress Ginghams and Staple Apron Checks; Amos
keags in assorted checks, plaid and stripes. Extra
YARD WIDE OUTING FLANNELS
Full yard wide Outing Flannels, in fast colored assorted
stripes, Outing Flannels formerly selling at 49c yard.
Special .. 33c
YARD WIDE CHALLIES
An entirely new shipment, all new patterns, both in
light and dark styles; colors absolutely fast; very best
quality Cotton Challies. Per yard * 25c
Wonderful Specials in Women’s Coats, Greatly Underpriced
50 HEAVY WEIGHT CLOTH COATS— in dark Fall colorings, deep collars and cuffs, neatly and
prettily trimmed in stitching. A big $12.95 value $9.95
25 VELVET COATS— in shades of brown, navy, green, burgundy and black, trimmed in wide bands
of Astraehan Fur fabric; well lined and stylish; all sizes. A wonderful $22.50 value, now $16.95
25 FUR TRIMMED COATS —Coats of warmth and service, in all the best Fall colors; made with
deep collar natural fur. Extra special $18.95
Specials In Shoes
Underpriced Bargain Basement Shoe Department
WOMEN’S DRESS SHOES
Women’s Dress Shoes, all of this season’s models and
styles, in lace boots, classy styles in grey, champagne,
tan and black. Actual values up to $13.00 $5.95
WOMEN S LACE SHOES
A big table full of big values in Women’s Lace Shoes,
in vici kid and light weight calfskin. Shoes worth up
to SIO.OO, at ;..$4.95
BROKEN LINES OF SHOES
Broken lines of Women’s Dress Shoes, all this season’s
styles, in a number of styles and leathers. Shoes
formerly selling up to $9.00. Special, to close $3.95
A big lot of Women’s Oxfords for street wear in tan,
brown and black leathers, leather military heels;
$6.50 values, choice $3.95
ONE LOT OF WOMEN S SHOES
A close out of a number of Women’s Shoes assembled
on tables. Come in, look them over, pick out what you
want at per pair $1.95
FELT HOUSE SLIPPERS
The greatest values in the state—Felt House Slippers
for women, misses and children; all sizes, in every de
sirable calf, blucher cut—a shoe at $5.45
It Pays to Trade in the Boston Store’s Bargain Basement
COLORED OUTING FLANNELS
Special weight and quality, fast, colored Outing Flan
nels, in light and dark colors; special for comfort cov
erings. Formerly 29c, yard 19c
PLAIN WHITE OUTING
A special quality Outing Flannel, pure white twilled,
a quality formerly selling at 39c yard. Extra value 25c
BEST QUALITY OUTINGS *
Big assortment dark colored Outing Flannels in as
sorted colors and patterns, colors absolutely fast, a
former 45c quality, at , 29c
HEAVY TWILLED OUTING
An extra heavy quality Twilled Outing, 32 inches wide,
white, a quality formerly selling at 59c yard.
Extra special 39c
9-4 BLEACHED SHEETING
Remnants of Bleached Sheeting, £1 inches wide, in
lengths of from 3 to 10 yards; a quality formerly
selling at sl.lO yard, at 60c
WOOL BATT SPECIALS
Wool Batts for Comforts, in full comfort size, luxuri- ;
ous warmth at a nominal price. As the quantity is
limited, suggest early buying: \
SILVER WOOL BATT, SPECIAL $1.59
SPECIAL WOOL BATT, $4.00 SELLER, AT $2.75
WESTERN WOOL BATT, $4.50 SELLER $3.19
SWANS DOWN WOOL BATT, $5.90 SELLER....S4,I9
SWANS DOWN WOOL BATT, $7.50 SELLER.. .$5.39
ONE LOT OF MEN’S SHOES
A lot of Men’s Shoes in mahogany calf, grey top lace,
English last—very dressy and stylish; all sizes. Actual
SIO.OO values. Very special $6.45
MEN’S DRESS SHOES ’
Men’s Dress Shoes, made of gunmetal calf, blucher
cut—a shoe of class, style and service—s 9 values at.. 55.45
MENS CALF SHOES
Men’s Black and Tan Calf Shoes, in straight lace and
blucher models, all sizes. Regular $9.00 values, an
extra value $5.25
MEN’S BLACK CALF SHOES
Men’s Shoes of regular $7.00 values, in black calf, a
good dress shoe; all sizes; blucher pattern. Special $3.95
BOYS BIKE SHOES
Boys’ Two-Tone Sport Shoes, made for extreme hard
wear and comfort. Regular $6.50 values $4.95
MEN’S ARMY SHOES
Men’s Army Shoes, cut on the regulation Munson last,
a shoe for real good service; all sizes. Specially priced $4.95
BOYS ELK SHOES
Boys’ Elk Shoes, in either tan or pearl grey elk hide;
sizes 814 to 13. Extra special, per pair $1.95
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