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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, 3IOXDAY 3IORMXG, DECE3IRER 14, 1008.
LIST OF THE
STYLISH LINE OF
Buggies and Surre y s
Will Soon Be Here
You will enjoy it more
if you will have
make you a new Suit.
He has plenty of
skilled help to take
care of your wants be
tween now and the
Of the best makes
A large assortment to
choose from, it is a
pleasure to show them
Full Scores Made by all the
The Fashionable Tailor '
At Five Points is
Watch this space for their
in a few days
You ftlust Stop
TOR A COOL ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
Lnuiuiuiiu uv ii in i lib I
til W. Waatilaftas CVt
! lx, ArlSMMa .-,
! CHRISTMAS !
I I. SIP''
Is within five miles of Phoenix.
It will only take 12 days for
Christmas to arrive at Phoenix.
will give the people of Mari
copa county the opportunity to
buy their supply of articles for
CHRISTMAS GIFTS AT
25 Per Cent.
on the dollar, in all lines of
goods for ladies, gentlemen's
and children's Ready-to-Wear
Apparel. Everything in our
great and complete lines of
Dress Goods and Dry Goods,
from the cheapest to the highest
priced fabrics, all will I re
duced 25 PER CENT
We will also offer during this
sale our BLUE PRINTS AT
PER YARD 5
HIGH GRADE OUTING FLAN
NEL AT, PER YARD J)
Our Ladies' Cloth, W2 yards
wide, usually sold for $1.00, sale
Other lines of Plaids will be re
duced in proportion. Our Table
Cloths in red, white and blue.
Regular price 63o, sale price
Come early to avoid the rush.
Remember sale starts Dec. 12th
and lasts till December 24th.
1 THE WHITE HOUSE II
214-216 E. - Wash. St.
37 W. Wash. St
Still on Earth
RARE OLD PAINTING TO BE
SOLD A large oil iainting, the
feet by mix, which Is now on exhibition
in the store of the Donofrio-Zunkei
company will be disposed of by sub-
I scription for the benefit of the owner.
iss Marfan HiRKins. The paint iB
represents Saint Cecelia with two an-
i gels near her. It is the work of an
! Indian maiden of the Toltec tribe and
i was painted in the Guadalupe school
, at the historic port of Mazutlan in
Sinaloa, Mexico. It is a very curious
eld painting and is valued at $500.
Those interested will do well to call
' at the Ionofrio store. Miss Higgins
has been teaching at the school of mu
sic but has been forced to give up
i most of her pupils on account of trou-
with uer eyesight.
U S imports but little
more in 1904 than in 1864.
So much poor tea.
Tear (racer retnrn your noocr If roe 4ca1
Vk SctuUin' But: we Mr hiav,
For One Mote Week
Massie and Sons will give a 10 per
cent discount on all sales of one col-
lar and over, for this week. The
goods are going rapidly. Get there
early and make your selections. You
jean leave your goods there and they
i will deliver them Christmas Eve for
J you. Iiut make your purchases this
I week and get the benefit of the extra
low prices on fine Oak Rockers, Mis
j sion Extension Tables anil Mission
oak Chairs, nice golden Oak China
; Closets, ISuffcts. Iron Reds in Vernis
! Martyn finish, looks like gold, can
I wash them off same as a piece of
j crockery; they will not tarnish. We
! have as pretty a line of Reds as has
j ever been shipped to Phoenix. A
I carload to select from. )ur King
Spring is a wonder in workmanship
! and a perfect jewel for the led room.
! See our 9x12 Axminster Rugs in the
! Oriental design. Home is not com
plete, without one of them. See our
5c and 10c counters. Lots of snaps
on them. Xmas Hells 10c.
See the largest Apache Indian Bas
ket now known in the window at
Massie & Sons
Leading "House Furnishers.
114-116 VY. Wash. St. Phone M. 237.
Wan t e d
Three Men with
$1000 each to join
in a speculative
Real Estate In
dress S. H. T
Box B, City.
PRIDE OF THE
X Its Regard for the Contes
tants as a Whole is no Less
Sincere Than Its Satisfac
tion Over the Business Re
turns for the Paper.
JOE O'CONNELL 10792G
916 Grand Ave.
STOVER ISAAC 102114
GEO. LUHRS, JR 92898
MAGGIE DOYLE 758861
R. F. D. No. 3.
HAZEL SLANKARD 69069 i
337 West Harrison St.
EUGENIA GUTHRIE 44185:
Mesa City. j
WALTER TWAY 41038;
PAUL CORBELL 38560!
MILDRED MANLEY 37329 1
ROBERT HOLLY 323971
R. F. D. No. 4.
BIRDIE FOWLER 29567;
143 South Third St.
ANNETTE EARLE 26209
137 South 2nd St
GERTRUDE MORRIS 15899
R. F. D. No. 2. 1
MARY KERR 15214:
529 E. Van Buren St.
OLIVER KING 9936
71S North 2nd St.
WALTER GEORGE 6470
623 North 10th Ave.
CONCHA SOTA 5786
902 North 2nd St.
GEORGIA EATON 4454
MABEL NOFZINGER 2376
BYRON BELLAS 2302
524 No. Third St.
LEE ROBERTS 1959
DANA GILBERT 1429
It is with pride that will never be
forgotten that the Arizona Republican
this morning prints the contest score
showing the final result. and giving
some idea of the magnitude, of the
work ac tually done by the contestants,
particularly the last and greatest day
of the contest. There had never been
anything like it in the history of the
paer or that of any other in Arizona.
Where under the sun the hustlers
managed to secure so many new
subscriptions for long terms, in a. field
so thoroughly covered before. Is a puz
lze to the circulation department.
The work t-'atunlav was wonderful,
and in scope almost beyond belief.
There was received in cash from Sat
urday's business alone. $l62.fil, of
which $1279.91, was received in Phoe
nix, and the rest. $.",S2.70 was received
in Tempe nnd Mesa. This makes about
$SOOn.'i0 collected by the contestants
during the contest, and exclusive of
the regular receipts In the circulation
department which is surely remark
The greatest feat of all the wonders
of this contest is the number of new
subscriptions. On Saturday, one day
alone, there were secured 110 new sub
scriptions, the most of which were for
long terms nnd not for but one month
os might be expected. The most of
them were for six months or a year
each. It was this In fact, that made
the scores grow so rapidly. There were
3'"p,00O points cast Saturday, of which
one half were reserved from former
days' work. Hut, one-half of that great
bunch was actually earned on Satur
day, l'.O.oon points in one day!
Joe O'CVyinell was the happiest mor
tal in Phoenix yesterday, Joe did not
know just where he was standing
when informed as to the count and
danced for joy. Joe kept busy every
minute of the day Saturday, working
fast and furious. After checking in
one time during the early evening ho
was in such a great hurry to get out
after more subscriptions that he jump
ed over the counter and ran through
the doorway like" mad. A few minutes
later Joe had the phone working. He
called to tell the contest manager that
he wanted to apologize for making his
exit as lie did, for he afterward re
membered there were several ladies In
the office at the time he went over the
counter. Joe was a great favorite ev
erywhere, among the contestants as
well as everyone else. It was a joy
to Joe to have the other contestants
greet him with congratulations. He
side the large nuriiber of new subscrip
tions Joe turned In 17 new subscrip
tions on which was paid $1"i6."5 which
is an average of more than per new
Stover came in second and
not far behind Joe. Stover
collected $2G!.7!j, fo which $73.00 was
for ten new subscriptions, or an aver
age of $7.S5 per subscription.
George Luhrs, another one of the
matchless racers made third place,
with a score of over 92,000 points.
George collected 130.50. George secur
ed 15 new subscriptions during the
day, and that clinched the turkey for
his Christmas table.
Maggie Dayle the grand little Rural
Free IJelivery contestant was next in
on the home run, and has a handsome
score to show for her work. Maggie
collected $211.25 of which $42.00 was
for 6 new subscriptions, or an average
of just $7.00 each.
Thus It will be seen why The Re
publican is so highly elated with the
work of the contestants. The new cir
culation is of duration, long term, paid
Worthy of attention.
THE FOOT-LIFT, SULKY AND GANG are easily
operated and reliable.
Steam Pumps and Deep Well Pumps
IS VERY COMPLETE
Let us show yon our stock of Modern Mining Tools
in advance subscriptions.
Hazel Slankard who has been so
very iHipuiar did not seem to have her
rabbit's foot with her Saturday. She
struggled hard and lost no time at any j
stretch of the day's game, but did not I
have the same luck that the boys did.
Nevertheless Hazel did excellent Work,
and secured thirteen new subscriptions j
(Hiring the day, and came in fifth i
The south side contestants come
next as Indicated In the scores. Thev ;
did great work, and a story of their
efforts will be told shortly, as will that ,
of all contestants who contributed to ;
the greatest subscription contest any 1
newspaper in the world in a city no i
larger than Phoenix ever enjoved. j
The selection of prizes by the con- I
testants will be reiorted within the
next few days. The grand prize the j
beautiful Vose Grand Piano goes to ,
that little leader of hustlers Joe
o'Connell. and the rest of the prizes
will go as chosen by the hustlers in I
the order of their scores as appearing
Cull navel oranges at Crump's today. :
Cull navel oranges'at Crump's today.
Cull navel oranges at Crump's today.
If You Buy the Christmas
Piano of Us You
The goods of each factory
we represent are sold hi all
of our twenty stores. Our
purchasing power is therefore
great. What we save we give
to you which 4neans increas
ed business for us. Investi
gate! The Wiley B. Allen Co.
P. Ci PADDOCK, Mgr.
Phone Black 8204.
Address 5 West Wash.
by the Box is our specialty.
Coupons with every 25c cash
purchase. Drawing Dec. 29th
S. H. Drachman Cigar Co
ZNM I'i t MM
10 Per Cent Off on all Dolls and Doll Heads.
As we are CLOSING OUT our Toy stock, it
will pay you to see us before you buy. Special
sale on Fancy Boxes, Fine China and Jewelry
E.Wa,H. THE FAIR
Call at our store and see. our Buggies,
the beauty and grace of ours with others.
S57 N. Fourth Ave.
1 Some Land Is
But Good Land
54 acres 3 mliek west of
fair grounds; 40 acres in al
falfa; orchard, pood well of
water, fenced and cross-fenced,
good house; old title to water.
Can be bought for J20 peracre,
less than any of the surround
ing land. Investigate this
proposition. It will jay you.
t The Rogers Auction Co.
24 West Jefferson St
M I It I I I I I 1 I I ' I I I II Hi
I Saloon, Pool and Billiard.
I Budweiaer on draught. Old Crow,
Mayfleld end Guckenhcimer Rye
j Whiskies sold over the bar.
JOHN P. BODET. Prop.
A WELL DESERVED REPUTATION
The Sharpless Has Won
No Dairy can afford
It is a Question
GUARANTEED UNDER THE PURE FOOp AND
DRUGS ACT. JUNE 30'-s 1906
Full Quart Bottles Only . . ;
exceptional gooa value. Try It and you will
QUALITY IS REMEK tii'j
L0N6 A FT E P.
PRICE 15 FORGOTTEN
A ' "'r
212 E. Wash.
A prospective purchaser of a Runabout, Trap or
Buggy, Heavy Farm Wagon or Freight Wagon, De
livery Wagon in Yact, any kind of Vehicle, should
protect his own purse by coming to our store and
learning what'he can do with us. Our prices are
cut to the very lowest possible price. Standard
makes, all guaranteed at the lowest prices, have
made our business grow.
Collings Vehicle & Harness Co.
32-34 East Adams St.
use no other.