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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN 3IOXDAY 3IORNIXC, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in the Year By THE - ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. CEO. W. VICKER8. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morflnc Associated Press I1H latches. publication office: Corner Second and Adams ptrets. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postoffice at Phoenix, Arizona, &a mall m&ttur of Ue second claa. BiTKaCRIPTION RATES. Ey mull, dally, one year ! veekly, one year ..... Cash in advance. BY CARRIER. Dally, per month ..7I eta. The Arizona Republican Is on sale at all of Amos' street new stand wagons In Los Angeles, Eaa Diego and Long ieach. For President, WILLIAM H. TAFT. For Vice-President JAMES S. SHERMAN. For Delegate to Congress RALPH. H. CAMERON I'll" 'KMX. ARK'XA. SEPT. 21. 1S0S. Via lVi AJ07' APftaui Wc O.' tJNiH.i. " WILL M K. BRYAN HOLD OUT? Mr. l:ryan evidently bean his cam j.aiirn too early. lie already allows siiius nf exhaustion and appears to be wabbling toward defeat. When, :tnd even before he was nominated, we v-re told that he was not the liryan of oid no longer the unthink ing Hoy Orator of the Platte, that that fanaticism of his earlier years bad given place to a broad, good humored charity, that he was now a logician rather than an orator. It actually seemed that Mr. Hryan had been subjected to a ripening pro cess at some time since he was last prominently before us and when the campaign began, there was a dispo sition among sensible men of both parties to give him serious atten tion. His discussions and comparisons of the two national platforms were calm and deliberate, and even many of bis opponents admitted, fair from the democratic viewpoint. Those who were not ready to concede that he was honest, agreed that if he had not grown wiser lie had at least become more subtle, and altogether, he was regarded as the most for midable antagonist of the republican party in sixteen years: more formid- I ai.le indeed man Cleveland seemed i at the opening of the campaign of lvt or in the beginning of the cam puign of lSfc. .Mr. Rryan's follv though lgan to lnanireht itself in his assumption of ine guaruiansnip oi uie .Kooseven poucus which had alr-aily been plac et! in the care of Mr. Taft. Thin th ch'.-ii triikry f liryan rcap peared in the brief newspaper con troversy between him and the repub lican candidate. Then lastly, has I come his assertion that the republi can committee is receiving large sums from the corporations, notably from the steel trust. The committee and Mr. Taft an nounced at the outset of the cam paign that, in compliance with a federal law, though probably not valid, no contributions from corpor ations would be accepted. It was fuither promised that in the absence of a federal law requiring publicity of campaign contributions, the com mittee would give them publicity un nor the .New lurk law. i)-one has a r i (it in the absence of information to the contrary, to believe that Mr. T.ift and the committee are not hon est. Mr. liryan offers no proof, only his unsupported accusation, that the first pledge has already been vio lated. He could have no such proof; he could not have even fairly reliable information on that point, for if the republican national committee is dis honest, such contributions as Mr. Hrvaii describes would be offered and received with the utmost se crecy. Mr. liryan has renewed his old time appeal to the ignorance and prejudices of voters and in doing so lie is trampling upon the intelligence of voters who were inclined to give him respectful attention and probably support that he had never before re ceived. Ignorance and prejudice have never contributed to the election of a pres ident of the I'nited States. There have been times when, in the begin ning of campaigns, ignorance was probably in the majority, but be fore election day it has always been dissipated by the intelligence of the country. And "pretty Kstelle Alexander" was a Californian. So also, wc under stand, was the lion. James C. Dunham. KABtCOPA ; V V yiaaA ycoaJ III. - - Hi ftr ri An exchange laments the decay of chivalry, a falling off of -adoration for women. Such a lament we sup pose was voiced in the days of King Arthur. The chivalry that we miss is that which we read about. The world was probably never more chiv alrous than now and women were never held in higher regard. THINGS WORTH WHILE TO BE ANXIOUS ABOUJ The Subject of the Sermon at Presbyterian Church Yesterday. the The following is taken from the ser mon of the Rev. Henry Martyn Camp bell, delivered at the First Presbyterian church. Sunday morning. September L'oth. Rev. Mr. C'amplx-U took a.s his text the first part of Matthew 6:33. "Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness." In these days men are letting slip the greater and are clinging to the less. They are going mad with the desire to lay up lor themselves treas ures upon earth and are forgetting to lay up treasures in heaven. The words of the text are given in opposition to that tendency. They are just as ap propriate today as when Jesus uttered them during the course of the great est sermon that was ever delivered the matchless sermon on the mount. These words seem to be the ery text of that great sermon. What did the Lord Jesus Christ mean when he spoke these words? This is shown by the things which precede the words of our text. Christ had just said. "Ye cannot serve liod and mam mon. l ake no mougni ior me mor row." "Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature?" "Why take ye thought for raiment?" and oer against the negative con tained in these words he brings out what we ought to do "Rut seek ye first the kingdom of Cod." Our Lord here tells us not to be concerned about the things we can not help, but he sets forth something we can and should do. We should definitely and intelligently know our relation to the Kingdom of ('ml before we have any right to con cern ourselves about anything else In all the wide, wide world. Ch'. t. does not say we are not to be anxi his, but we are to be anxious about the right thing. We are not to be so busy about tb.e little, unimportant tiling of life that we neglect its great oorposes or j et slip its great opportunities. Fie anxious, out do not be nnxious about the wrong thing. We look upon this 1 a-ssage a : divinely inspired and by it we may determine what are the things worth while There are questions in our lives, and there always will be, which are hard to answer. The prob lems of tile age are the problems of proportion and emphasis. Ry the words of the text we mas" test the things that are worth while. The things that belong to the Kingdom of God are worth while. Things that are wrong; things that are unbecoming, though perhaps not inherently wrong these are not worth while. Have done with them forever. Around us we see many lives that have failed, and all because the forces in those lives have la-en turned in the wrong direction. What is your purpose today? Is it to glorify Cod? Then everything will right itself. It is to glorify self? Then everything will go wrong. There never his been a time when the words of the text could be more aT.priiri.'it-ly sp..ken to all men than today. Ye oftn hear the word "Amr iicr.nitis. whu h we have c-me i to knw as that condition into which I a man conn" v ho worries until he) nial.es himself the wroi.g kind of a man, and ail b'"w-ause he has turned his attention toward things that are not Worth while. To us, then, the words of the text ore timely. Man's nature j is the same as it was when Jesus spoke I these wolds. The tendency of man. when bft to himself is downward and not upward. Our own experience teaches this; history proves it. Man needs always to be exhorted to seek first til" Kingdom of God. The words of our text are especially timely in I these days when the secular is crowd- i ing out the spiritual. As the Lebanon i Cedar crowds out all other forms of; slvan life, so the secular today is i crowding out the spiritual form cur hearts and lives. It is not to be won- ' dered at in this time of wonderful . progress. We want this material pro- J gross to enme, we are glad that it is coming: but all the things of this , world are a-s nothing compared with the things that are to be. How are you governing your life? What are you planning for this winter? Are you going to put first things first? Are you going to be concerned about the things of the Kingdom of God, or are we going to give way to our own desire and ambitions? We are passing through a crisis. The church of the future is being largely made or marred by our actions at this critical time. There are crisis in the lives of individuals and there are crisis in the lives of nations. There are crisis in the history of the ad vancement of spiritual forces, and in this present crisis, in proportion as the church of the living God does her work well, the church of the future will be helped; but in the same meas ure she fails today will she be hin dered and held back tomorrow. May we enter the service to which God is calling us in the coming months with all the earnestness that we would have were We entering one of the most im portant crisis or our lives. "Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness." TRY the Bitters prom ptly when you need an absolutely pure rem edy for Poor Appetite, Indigestion, Costiveness, Sleeplessness or female Ills. It has always given satisfaction. , GET THE BEST THAT'S KQSTETTER'S t - STOMACH BITTERS i H MR. HOMESEEKER Don't Look Any Further FIVE ACRES on Central Avenue with modern six-room brick house, toilet, wind-mill and tank and good lKirn. All in alfalfa. An ideal home for 6,000. EIGHT AND A HALF ACRES, one and a half miles from center of city. A snap for $1200. TEN ACRES, five miles out, for 11,000. On easy terms. TEN ACRES, nine acres in alfalfa, half an acre in orchard. Good barn and fair house. $3500. ELEVEN ACRES vith slx-ronm brick house and cellar, good barn and corral, wind-mill and tank. One and a half miles from city. On good terms $$3,000. SEVENTY' ACRES of alfalfa, two and a half miles from center of city, eight-room house with modern toilet and bath, good barn, wind mill and tank, half an acre in or chard, also all farming tools, four brood mres two colts, five mules I and sixty head of cattle. For price and terms, call at our office. ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES two and a half miles from Glen dale with four-room frame house, twenty acres of line alfalfa, bal ance grain land. A snap fur $i0 per acre, on easy terms. Greene & Griffin Real Estaste and Investment Co, Tis the treasure of all the Uesert At Donofr'o e atore. It is Crystallized Cactus Candy Th.t make vou sing fep Dior BIDE-A-WEE TURE MISSION FURNI COMPANY at home and doing business, where we have been all summer, ready to receive our patrons. Strangers visiting the city will find it to their Interest to patroniae the FASHION BARBER SHOP. Lewis & Noble, Props. 43 West Washington St. Prickly Heat cured by a coume of our Special Baths. Expert Masseur in the dhoit. Just Received the largest and finest assort ment of Pipes and Smokers' articles ever shown in the city. Anything a smoker wants, we have it. S. H. Dracfiman Cigar Go A coupon with every 25c pur chase. DURING House-Gleaning REMEMBER WE CLEAN RUGS, QUILTS, PILLOWS. LACE CURTAINS, NAVAJO BLANKETS, ALL WORK DONE SATIS TORILY. Arizona Laundry Adams and Third St. You Must Stop FOR A COOL ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. FLORAL STAND AND RACKS For Funerals. Big Shipments In. Phoenix Flower House Chan Burroughs : DROP YOUR MONEY Into the purchase of a pack of Por- fet fiour and vou'll get its value back again in better bread and more of it. Between two bags of flour there may be little or no difference In appearance. But use revals that I - one is far superior to the other. The Perfect flour always gains by com parison with other brands. Order a sack and see for yourself. VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. Rough Dry! washing cheaper than any other way. TRY IT. All flat pieces ironed other articles starched and prepared X for ironing. GET OUR PRICES. We have the only system. TROY LAUNDRY MmUl'HIIIUHIIIlllll Whisk With I Phone I Main I 113 Strong, durable, well made whisk broom for any use, all sizes, 15c up to 50c. See front window. Shipment just in of Cornell Benzoin soap which makes your skin velvety, white, soft and smooth and removes tan and freckles.. 25c a cake; 65c box. SPECIAL SALE Strong Ajax Combs, reduced from 35c to 25c A. L. BOEHMER, PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY. Cor. Center and Washington Sta. Phoenix, Arizona. Rural Deliv ery Promptly Attended. ALWAYS CLEAN. HAVE The California We buy only the best in the market THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT . 44-46 EAST ADAMS'- STREET. Iverythiag New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Diaiag Reema. CHARLIE. LIN Q A CO, Pro pa. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleaaert Place In Town to Eat. Nice piirata rooms for partfea and families. Short orders at all hours. REGULAR MEALS 25c Noa. SI and 24 East Washington Street MARK LAND, Proprietor. PROFESSIONAL PATENT ATTORNEY S Patents, copyrights, trademarks American and foreign. JAMES R. TOWN SEND, 430 Bradbury building, Los Angeles, Cal. ' E. E. PASCOE, Notary Public Con j veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg I ments taken. 110 North Center St. DR. W. & LOWE, Veterinarian. Of i fice 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone Red 1223. Res. Phone County 44. J. Q. A. King, Assayer and Metallur gist, Mining, Milling, Smelting and Irrigation Machinery. 18 N. Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix. Aria. Patents se cured. J. W. CRENSHAW, Attorney at Law, General practice in all the courts. Office, 211 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix, Arizona. MASSAGE G. A. Roberts, expert Scientific service. Treatment fciven in your home. Phone black 8353. Yosemite Valley Open All Year There Is no season In Yosem ite more delightful than the fall months, when clothed In its autumn hues and over it spreads the beautiful Indian summer. Trails and roads op en to points of interest. Daily train service. Write for descrip tive folder. For tickets or further infor mation see Southern Pacific or Santa Fe agent. Address O. W. Lehmer, Traf fice Mgr., Yosemite Valley Railroad Company MERCED, CAL. DIO YOU EVER Examine your hens for lice? They have - them and the best thing for you to do is to get rid of them now. We have what you need. :-: :-: :-: Hill's Seed House NEW LOCATION, 120 North Csntsr Street CHIROPODIST. Painless removal- rf Corns, 60 cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a .ape- cialty. treated Men, Ladles and Children day or evenings. Between First and Center Sts. Phone Red 8072 ' FRANK 8HIRLEY. rzf: Moore & McLellan Undertaken and Embalmara. Lady Assistant. I West Adams Street Telephone Main 111. Brooms Life PROMPT SERVICE. YOU TRIED Restaurant 1st. Aie. and our cooking speak for itself. Alfalfa Hay Per ton SI 1.00 Oat Hay, per ton 810.50 Rolled Barley S1.30 ts S2.00 Bran 95 Sorghum Seed, per lb 5 Wheat S2.25 Free City Delivery. A. WHARTON Phone Main 224 117 E Jeff. St GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD, Proa. Srd and Washington 8ta. Hot and Cold Bathe free for reg ular roomers. Nice cool rooms $7.00 per month and upwards. Summer rates. Come and look at them. We Give You A ' Square Deal No matter whether you come in person, send one of your children, or phone us your or der, you get a SQUARE DEAL, at the Ford Hotel Pharmacy 138 West Washington St. Don't forget the dates: Nov. 9-14, '08, Fourth Territorial Fair, Phoenix. Mail if Orders Solicited j" Free Delivery 1 BM k UlCUb E B r? &rLZ'J 7y ' A - ' - - - , THE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD. An Ideal family reiorr where the Arizona people are spending their summet vacation. Situated m'.d-way between the City and Sea. Rates $12.50 tip. it 1 1 i i hi h 1 1 m-1 1 i i 1 1 1 1 Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 The National Bank of Arizona, AT PHOENIX. Solicits the deposits and general business of farmers, merchants and individuals, who may rely upon courteous consideration and the very best terms that are consistent with good business methods. EMIL GANZ, President 8. OBERFELDER, Cashier. SOL LEWIS, Vice. President J. J. SWEENEY, Assist. Cashier. H I I 1 I I I I I I I I I H I I ItlUHH I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i.'4-l'i'M 'M"M"H 'I 11 H'Ml'l"M"!"H"t"H' I1 "t'-H"!"!"!"! '1 .rM....M..M..M..M..M. ; The Books of this Bank r are a record of business history. On them are written the daily I doings of hundreds of successful men and women. Men who are careful financially keep their money in this bank because of safety J T and convenience. We invite your The Valley Bank of Phoenix jj E. J. BENNITT. President. V I HI I III III II 1 I M"M"H I I W. P. NICHOLS, J. M. SWETNAM. GEO. H. LTJTGERDINQ. President. Vice-President. Casaler. UNION BANK & TRUST CO. 30 NORTH CENTER ST. GENERAL BANKING PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. f FOR 80 FEET IN TWO 40 FOOT LENGTHS STEAM H05 BARGAIN. Kunz Bros. MACHINE Phone Red 121. YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes.. Private reams and family style when desired. Sing d oes all hi own pastry. Far goo4 dinner on special occasions or at erd inary times come te Sing's new Amer ican kitchtn. Regular meals 25c; short orders all night. 83 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. I I 1 I I 1 I I M I1IHHHIUIIH JUST RECEIVED. A Fresh Stock of Hearsey Tires at ? i -fn:i, iuM:iin I DIM nUSJIIHI T 2 doors south of postoffice. Phone Black 3291. I Stewart & Templin t 1 1 ii ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 n i THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER BEER on draught. FRANK CONNELLEY, Prep. GREER -STARK PLUMBING CO. 217 W. Wash. Street Phone Red 33G1 WE GUARANTEE SATIS FACTION. LET US FIG URE ON YOUR PLUMBING SEND IN YOUR REPAIRS. THEY WTLL GET OUR PROMPT ATTENTION. GILLETTE The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. 17 W. ADAMS 8T. H. O. RAMSEY VETERINARY SURGEON. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horses and nice rigs for hire. Office and stable corner First ar- enue and Jefferson St. Phene Slack 142. Fhaealn, Aria. 1 i-ii 1 1 1 n n i ii n n i ii ii n i account. LLOYD U. CHRISTY, Cashier. I II I 1 I I I I I I I III I II H"M"!"I"M"i" SALE HOSE. A RARE & Messinger WORKS. Corner Second and Adams Sta. PHOENIX, ARIZ. 'Hi'l'I'M I I 1 1 i i I I 1 1 1 1 1 Kil Hello, Sally. Where are you 3 going? You are in a big hurry. Good Lord! I am going to the PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET. That is where you can get a nice Juicy steak, chop or any kind of finest meat on the Phoenix market. Fancy spiced corned beef for J family use. Roast beef, roast pork, boiled ham and tongue. PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET I and workingman's friend, PETER SEEGER, Prop. 39 W. Wash. Phone Black 3391, 1 1 I MM i II PMI11 I'M 1 ! 1 M-W j Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handle. Btor age'at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Co. ! Baggage office. 111 North Center It Telephone Main 141. General office, 42 South Center IL Telephone Main 74. THE PALACE PRE3C0TT, ARIZONA j Strictly on the European plan. Kooma i by the day, week or month. Flneea bar and club rooms In the Southwest. j BROW, SMITM I BELCHER PROPRIETORS. CALIFORNIA WINE & LIQUOR CO. Port 1.00 Claret Spl. 75 ' fl.OP Riealinfr Sauterne ''hawiela Gutedel Semillon Cresta Blanca s ss XXX xxxx Angelica bherry 1.S0 1.75 2.00 l.flo 1.50 Zaufandel l.i' Burgundy 1.50 Gren&che 1.75 Carbeoret 2.00 Spl jriee bv bl. ripk. Burgundy J. F. Cutter Whisky, Hermitage, Old Taylor, Ambassador, King of Ken tucky and a hundred more of the best quality, and a full line of Cordials. Special price for barrel. Hot Lunch at Richelieu Saloon. 19-21 South Center St. iuuiiiiinuniiii!iniiiiiiiuinnii!ni!iiri!i Indian Baskets and i mm 2m 5 mm Blankets, Native i Gems, Curios 5 I ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. f 45 N. Center. Phoenix B juiimiiiiiHiHiiiiimiiiiniiiiminiimiiig