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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, -1908.
B. C' Homers, second, 50c; D. C. Homers, first, 75c; B. B. Homers, 3rd, Black C. Homers, first, 75c; Red Dragrons, first, 75c; Dun Dragons, first, 75c; Black Dragons, first, 75c; R. and W. S. Dragons, first, 75c; W. 'Fantalls. first and third. 75c; R, Tumblers, first, 75c;- Qlack Tumblers, first. 75c. Mr. M. E. Plaw, Fruitvale, Cal. Brahmas Cocks, first. $1.50. Orpingtons Cockerels, second, 75c; pullets, first and third. 11.69. . Ducks Drake, first. $1.50 and spe cial premium; duck, first. $1.50. Mrs. C. C. Carrier, Phoenix. Cochins Cocks, first. $1.50; hens, first and second, $2.25; pullets, first and second, $2.25. Mlnorcas Cocks, second, 75. Polish Hens, first. $1.50. Houdans Hens, first. $1.50. Chester H. Griggs, Phoenix. Leghorns Cocks, second, 75c; hens, first and third, $1.50; cockerel, first, second and third, $2.25; pullets, first, second and third, $2.25; pens, first, second and third, $5.25. Sweepstakes. Herbert St. Claire, Phoenix. Leghorns Cocks, first. $1.50; hens, second. 75c. . Ira A. Moore, Glendale. Leghorns Hens, third; pullets, first, $1.60; pens, first, $3. Sweep stakes, 2 cups. Broadway Ranoh, Phoenix. Leghorns Cockerel, third. Special Old pair, first, $2.50. Bronze Turkeys Cock, second, 75c; hen. third: pullet, second, 75c. Indian Runner Ducks Drake, first, $1.50; duck, second. 75c; pair ducks, second, 75c. . Special Pairs, first and "second, $375. Pigeons Black Homers, second and third, 60c; Silver' Homers, second and third, 60c; White Homers, third; Blue Homers, first and . second. $1.25; B. C. Homers, third; D. C. Homers, sec ond and third. 60c; B. C. Dragons, first and second, $2.25; B. C. Drag ons, third.; B. B. Dragons, first and second. $2.25; B. and W. Splashed, third; R. C. Dragons, first. 75c. J. M. Weber, R. F. D. No. 2, Phoenix. Leghorns Cocks., third; hens, sec ond, 75c; cockerels, rirst. $1.50; pul lets, third; pens, second, $1.50. J. E. McClain, Tempo. Leghorns Cockerels,- second, 75c; pens, third, 75c. C. B. Wood, Phoenix. Leghorns Cocks, first and second, $2.25. Polish Cocks, first. $1.50. White Turkeys Cock, second and third, 75c. Three specials on turkeys amount ing to $3.75. Ralph Graham, Phoenix. Bantams Pairs, first, $2. Alberto Lopez, Phoenix. Bantams Pairs, first $2. Sidell & Brown, Phoenix. Mlnorcas Cocks, first, $1.50; hens, first and second, $2.25; cockerels, first, $1.50; pullets, first and second, $2.25; pens, first, $3. Sweepstakes. Indian Games Cocks, first. $1.50; pullets, first, second and third. $2.25. Mrs. Frederick Wilson, U. 8. Experi ment Farm, Phoenix. Specials Cocks, first and second. $2.25; hens, first and second. $2.25; pens, first, $3. Albert D. Leyhe, Phoenix. Orpingtons Cocks, first, $1.60; hens, first and third, $1.50; cockerels, first and third, $1.50; pullets, , second, 75c; pens, first, $3. Sweepstakes. Mrs. W. A. Wilson, R. F. D. No. 2, Phoenix. Bronze Turkeys Cock, third; hens, second. 75c. Miss Mary E. Utley, Eight Palms, R. F. D. No. 1, Phoenix. White Turkeys Hen. first and sec ond, $2.25; cockerel, second and third, 75c; pullet, first, $1.50. Sweepstakes. F. A. Weage, Al.hambra. Pekin Ducks Young drake, second, 75c; duck, first. $1.50. Pigeons Black Dragons, second. 50c; White Fantails, second. 50c. E. M. LeBarron, Mesa. Pekln Ducks Pair first. $1.50. Lloyd Ozanne, Tempo. Pigeons C. Homers, first and sec ond, $1.25; W. Duchess, first, 75c. Tommy I. Rice, Phoenix. Pigeons S. Homers, first, 75c; R. C. Homers, first and second, $1.25; W. Dragons, first, second and third. $1.25; Black' Dragons, third; B. C. Dragons, first and second, $1.25; B. B. . Dragons, first and third, 75c; Black and White Splashed, first. 75c; Black and White Splashed, first and I'HllllllllllI -M t-K ilH-'K I lilllllMlHllUlll i-H-r About Phoenix; People iirH-HH h i inn WU'W'M' i m n ;m 1 1 i i n ; n i h The Country club was the scene of a Jolly affair Saturday evening when the ladles of the party entertained Uie gentlemen at a charming six o'clock dinner and dancing party. The club was beautifully decorated In au tumn colors. The table decorations which were especially attractive were huge bunches of chrysanthemums placed in hollowed-out pumpkins. Dainty hand-painted cards marked the places. The hostesses and their guests v.-ere, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Land is, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ross, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Craig, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kingsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tritle, Mrs. Ryan, Mrs. J. C. Adams,' Miss Nona Kingsbury-, Celora Stoddard; Eugene Gold man, Sidney ' Goldman, Richard Schweppl, Robert Hiscox, Joseph Wheelock, Elias Dunlevy and Fred Tritle. Mrs. A. J. Bradley of San Diego, who has been visiting Mrs. James Swetnam the past week, was the hon oree at a whist party given Monday afternoon by Mrs. Pinney. This is the first of a series of parties Mrs. Pinney will give this season. The prizes for the high scores were re ceived by Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. Swet- n .1 twa TT.1 riAr.L-av lw. Pin nev's ffiiPMta were Mrs. Rradlev. Mrs. t Hocker, Mrs. A. Redewill, Mrs. Swet nam, Mrs. George A. Mintz, Mrs. Ed Becker, Mrs. P. P. Parker, .. Mrs. Joseph Cope,' Mrs. Wm. Kay, Mrs. N. D. Novinger. Mrs. Ed Elsie, Mrs. E. Ganz and Mrs. Lafayette Myers. One of the prettiest and most en joyable of the many dinners given Thanksgiving day was the one at which Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stacy were hosts at their home on the Maricopa Indian reservation. The center piece of the table was decid edly unique and appropriate for the occasion, being a huge uumpkin filled with different fruits. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. B. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Page. Miss Grace Stacy. Miss Helen Alexander, Miss Mildred Stacy, Rohert Hoag, Robert Baker and Mas ter John B. Page. A wedding which will be of much interest to Phoenfx people Is that of Miss Caroline Early, daughter of Al bert D. Early, of Rockford. Ills., to Dr. John Albert Green, on Saturday evening. December 12. Miss Early spent last winter In Phoenix and with her gracious, charming manners made hosts of friends. Dr. Green Is a rising young physician and is exceedingly popular with those who The young couple will home In Rockford. Ills. know him make their Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McXeff enter tained ten guests at a most charming six o'clock 'Thanksgiving dinner at their home on North First avenue. The beautiful centerpiece of the table was a bouquet of long stemmed American beauty roses and the place cards were. dainty affairs with appropriate verses. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Defty. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lent. Mr. and Mrs.- I. J. Johnson, Mrs. -J. H. Coles and Master Dwlght Defty. "' - A jolly crowd of the Phillips house guests enjoyed an outing to the In dian reservation Tuesday. The party was composed of Mrs. J. M. Keyes, Mrs. Hattie Carthern. Mrs. C. O. Nathans, Mrs. John Fletcher Banchell. Miss Beatrice Nathans. Miss Jennie Fyson, Miss Pauline Newman, Miss Mary Shull, Miss Laura Kennah, James Thompson. Guy Bridges, Wil liam Huey. Arthur Chlsam, Frank Pettit, Garret Schuler and Car! Flack. second, $1.25; special, $10. Bert Finch, Tempo. Pigeons White Homers, first. 75c; B. B. Homers, first, 75c; Red .Tumb lers, second, 60c. Francis Shaw, Phoenix. Pigeons B. C. . Homers, first, 75c; R. C. Homers, first. 75c; D. C. Hom ers, second, 60c; B. B. Homers, sec ond. 50c: B. B. Dragons, second. 50c. A. L. Strait, R. F. D. No. 1, Phoenix, English Runts Third. CUP PREMIUMS. The following cup premiums were taken: R. Bivin Phoenix National Bank cup for Barred Plymouth Rocks. G. A. Roberts Mrs. D. B. Heard, cup for White Plymouth Rocks; , F. A. Hllderbran, cup for Typical Fowl; Arizona Republican Cup for five solid colored birds. E. O. Brown Geo. H. Cook Jewelry Co. cup for Silver Laced Wyandottes. Miss Ella Sldell Phoenix National Bank cup. for White Wyandottes. C. E. Connor wins the Fair Associ ation cup for parti-colored birds. J. A. Moore wins the Mrs. J. C. Adams cup for White Leghorns, sin gle comb, and the Arizona Gazette cup for solid colored birds. W. M. Goodwin wins the Ozark Poultry Farm cup for buff colored In. and alfo Mrs. Beasley's book. D. C. Warren wins the Valley Bank' cup for Black Minorcas. Joe Bush wins Mrs. Beasley's book. I J. W. Forney wins the Arizona Democrat cup for parti-colored birds. TRADES DISPLAY. The following special awards were in;ide for excellence of exhibit: U. M. C. Cartridsr Co. Shredded Wheat Biscuit Co. Yuma County. Maricopa County. Yuma County Cotton Exhibit. Arizona Saddler:' Co. Pan American Ostrich Co. F. M. Burkhard Saddlery Co. Bart lett-Heard Cattle Co. Pollings Vehicle Co. Roberts Bros. Mission Furniture. William Lossing. " . Pratt-Gilbert Vehicle Co. Yavapai County. Ezra W. Thayer. Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Wal ter Talbot entertained the ladies who assisted in the woman's department of the fair. The afternoon was spent in recalling amusing incidents of the fair, and Mrs. Edward Kent acted as judge in all the contests. Mrs. Tal bot's guests were Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Newland, Mrs. Tafel, Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Ely, Mrs. Bark, Mrs. Chamber lin, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Ensigs:. One evening last week Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Mur.son were the hosts at a very pretty dinner party. The artis tic center piece of the table was a large bouquet of American Beauty roses and ferns. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Townsend, Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Angeny, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Chariot Munson. Miss Margaret Callahan, Miss Annie Munson and Fred Gillender. Miss Abble Pickrell charmingly en tertained the D. D. girls Friday after noon. This was the first meeting of the season and was In a way a re organization of the club; and a series of interesting affairs was planned for the coining winter. The club will meet Wednesday evening, with Miss George Bailey. Dr.' and Mrs.- Wm. Lentz, who have been guests of the Neighborhood Bridge club several times this season. returned the courtesy by entertaining the club members Tuesday evening. The high scores were made by Mrs. Lentz and D. H. Burtis. Mrs. .Will Barnes was a guest of the club. Dr. and Mrs. Ancil Martin will be hosts of the club this week. . .' George Lutgerding will leave Sat urday for Cedar Rapids. Mich., where on the 10th he will be wedded W Miss Mabel Cherry. Miss Cherry; spent last winter in Phoenix the guest of Miss Elsie Munger. Mr.- Lutgerding will be accompanied by Miss Elsie Munger and James Parker, who will "be members of the bridal party. Doctor Henry and Richard Fowler, formerly of Phoenix, but now of New York City, will arrive in' town neKt week to spend the holidays with rel atives and friends. After leaving here Doctor Henry and . Mr. Fowler will tour Mexico with Gates Fowler, who is now located at Guadalahara, Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Le.wis de lightfully entertained at dinner Thurs day. The table was artistically deco rated in autumn leaves and the place cards were tiny gobblers. Covers were laid for Henry Orme, Mr. and Mrs. Lin Orme, Mr. and Mrs. Roder ick Walker and Miss Virginia Walker. r Mrs. C. O. Nathans and daughter. Miss Beatrice ' Nathans, who have been touring the west, are guests of the Phillips house for several weeks. Before returning to their home in Philadelphia they will visit Mexico. a Richard J. Schweppl was the host at a-- pleasant little dinner party Thurs day evening' at the Country club. His guests were, .Mr. and Mrs. Lee Land is. Mr. and Mt-s. W. .J. . Kingsbury, and Miss-Nona Kingsbury. -valise Mollie Frederick has returned toTlioenix after a very pleasant visit with-friends and relatives in Los An geles, Cak. and vicinity. Miss Fred erick -has been, away over four months. Mrs. -Guy Bennitt entertained at dinner- Thanksgiving at the Woodford.- Her guests were. Miss Ben nitt. Miss Abble Pickrell, F. H. Ben nitt and Keith. Pickrell. Mrs. A.- J. Bradley, who has been visiting - friends for the past two weeks, left Friday for her home In San -Diego, - Mrs-. James Bark left Wednesday for her home in Mayer, after a pleas ant visit of several weeks with friends. R. C- Keith who spent the last four months in Ohio returned to Phoenix Wednesday. x H. C. Lane left Monday for his home in San Antonio, Tex., after a pleasant visit of several weeks. Hon. and Mrs. I. T. Stoddard re turned to Phoenix Wednesday morn ing from a short visit in Binghampton, New York. After an absence of nearly two years. Miss Sadie Nicholson returned home Tuesday morning. J. E. O'Connor was a week end vis itor in town. F. C. Smith, a resident of Pasa-, dena. Cal., was a guest of the Hotel Adams the past week. Mr. and Mrs. H. E Groff of E. Paso are in town to spend the winter. Mrs. J. Jones is expected soon and will spend the Christmas holidays with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Jones. Miss Mabel Harper was a week end visitor in town. James Prince.- Bob Dunlap and Roy Klrktand were guests of Will Simpso"h at dinner Thursday. Mrs."-' Sullivan entertained inform ally Friday afternoon in compliment to Mrs.- Thompson. Miss Mabel McNeil and Miss George Bailey were the dinner guests of Miss Doris Orme Sunday. - Mr. and Mrs. John G. Spangler of Mesa spent ' Tuesday and Wednesday in Phoenix, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Dysart. . Genio Coombs, who spent several days last week In town, returned Thursday to Florence. F. A. Barber of Chicago spent last week in the city. Ikifer fed i 'mmm GROWS HAIR and we can PROVE IT! A lady from Minnesota writat: "A a result of nsinr DMirfrritie, my hair is close to faat in iengtiL." Beautiful Hair at Small Cost - HAIR troubles, like many other diseases, bne been wrongly diagnosed and altogether mis understood. The hair itseli is not the thing to be treated, ior the reason that it is simply a product of the scalp and wholly dependent npon its action. The scalp is the very soil in which the hair is pro duced, nurtured and crown, and it alone should receive the attention il results are to be expected. It would do no earthly rood to treat the stem of n plant with a view of making it grow and bocomc more beautiful the soil in which the platt prnws must be attended to. Therefore, the aeatp in which the hair grows must receive the attention if you aro to aspect it to grow and become mora beautiful. Loss of hair Is caused by the scalp dryinr op, or losing its supply of moisture or nutriment; when baldness occurs the scxlp has simply lost all its nourishment, leaving nothing for the hair to feed nnoa la plant or even a tree would die noder similar condition.) The natural thing to do In either case, is to feed and replenish the soil or scalp as the case may lie, . and your crop will grow aud multiply as nature intended it should. Knowl ton's Danderine. has most wonder ful affect upon the r.air gland and tissues of lha acalp. It ia the only remedy for tho hair ever discovered that ia similar to the natural hair foods or liquids of the scalp. It penetrates the pores quickly and the h.iir soon shows the effects of Its wonderfully exhilar ating and life-producing qualities. One 2S-cent bottle is enocgh to convince yon of its great worth as a hair growing and hsir beauti fying remedy try it and sea for yourself. NOW at all drtJBjtsts in three sizes, 25c. 50o and 91-00 per bottts. ' - is t ' e Cut ThrSf Out FREE To show how quickly Csatfcrlri f u acts, we will send a larc sam ple free by return n-.nil to cnyone who sends this free coupon to the HOWLTOI DMCEEI1E CO., CHICAGO, ILL, with their name and address and 10c in silver or stamps to pay postasc. GAS A FULL LINE OF RANG. JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-133 West Washington St. MWLBttm YTaWaT a1 interest on coupon certificates. S per cent interest ' dn ' pass book deposits. No unnecessary withdrawal notice. Special attention given banking; by mail.. Write for book let. Provident Mutual B. L. Assn., 1ZS So. Broadway.: , MAC DON ALP'S COLLEGE. 204 Mercantilo Placo, Los Angeles, CaL Ladies: We make a specialty of hair manufacturing: comb ings made to order. Atso fine lineofonrToiletpreparationv Hairdresing, Manicuring, shampooing, done h experts. All branches taught. Call or write for term. HOTEL NESTA, 506 Temple St., cor, Olive. Just. opened everything new. Kates from 75c per day up; $2.60 per week up. Centrally lo cated. Accommodations cannot be duplicated in city for same money. THtANGELUS, Los Angeles, Calif., C. C Loomis, Harry Loomia, Props. Cars diroct to hotel from all depots. Right In center of shopping and business districts. lose to all theaters. Booms, single, $1.50. J2.00 $2.50 and $3.00; fl. ible. $2.50, $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00. The beautiful Angelus Prill Is now open.' Orpheum Orchestra. HEALD'S 614 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. Send for Catalogue J. w. LACKEY, Manage When in Los Angeles atop at the U. S. Hotel . JOHN G. ALTHOUSE. 158 NORTH MAIN ST. From S. P. DEPOT take Brook lyn Ave. . Cars, from 8ALT LAKE and SANTA FE DEPOTS take First St. Cars to Main, then One Block North. EUROPEAN PLAN 50c and up. Restaurant Connected. (V, ' 1 V 1 SECURITY BUILIDNQ ECURITT wnos BAM Los Angeles OLDEST AND LARGEST IN THE SOOTuWEST. WE DO A BANKING BY MAIL BUSINESS AND PAY 3 PER CENT INTEREST ON ORDINARY ACCOUNTS WHICH MAY, BY AR- ..' RANGEMENT. BE CHECKED AGAINST WITHOUT PRESENTA TION OF PASS BOOK. RESOURCES OVER $20,000,000.00 Alfalfa So Edward Melzcer arrived home Thursday morning from Stanford Uni versity. Mrs. Joseph Kibbey returned Thurs day from Chicago. ... Mrs. Edward Kent, Sr.. entertained with an informal Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green will arrive Monday morning from Spring field, 111. Miss Beth Tschurhart, Miss Pau lino Newman, E. Holconib and Will Studer formed a Jolly picnic party Thanksgiving. W. C. Jlendrle of Denver Sent sev eral days In Phoenix the past week. Fine alfalfa seed, doubly cleaned, absolutely free from all foreign seeds. If interested call and sec machines cleaning seed. It is worth something to feel assured that your seed is good, and no time and expense wasted. HILL'S SEED HOUSE KODAKS Photo Supplies and Artists' .Materials. Developing, Printing. Enlarging. Mail Orders given prdir.pt attention. Send for Catalog. Howland & Dewey Co. 510 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. Calif. S-.H, ,H, H fr.H.fr.H'iH"t"H"i' I -I 1 1 M I I I 'I 1 M i li I V I V I t I 'H' 1- Phone 131 k. 8142. 126 No. Center St. J. E. McClcllan of Los visited In town last week. Angeles II. J. McClung returned Friday from Denver, where he has been for some time. Tuesday evening George, Lutgerding will entertain the bachelors at dinner at the Ford hotel. s James M. B. Irvine of Los Angeles is spending a few days in town visit ing his narents." Why Not Save Money Lumter Co. By buying your lumber of the new firm. The O'MaJley We have bought out tne E-eMand Lumber Co. and expect to carry the largest and best stock of lumber and building materials ever brought to Phoenix. Wo will make the price right and guarantee the grade. Let as figure with fou. Tours to please. The O'Malley LumberCo. THE WHITE STEAMER We have secured the Phoenix agency for tho White Steamer machines none better were ever manufactured. Leads in Economy, Reliability and Comfort. A carload, consisting of two 5-passenfrer cars and one 7-pas-senger car, will be here between December 1st and 10th. They are beau ties. You will like them. Demonstration will be given. We want to show you these 1909 Steamers running. ' It will take little time to dem onstrate their every superiority over any other machine for Arizona use. Phoenix Automobile Co., ARTHUR AINSWORTH, Mgr. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Wash. SL Sour Stomach "I oil Ctiftrvti and feel Ilk ft Dew man. I hT been auff'Tur from dyappi and mur utoniach for ih last two rears. I hare been taking medi etoe and other drag, but could find no rnlief only for thortatae. I will rMomoind Castareta t air fiijodfl as the rniiy thing for indigent too and aoaraftomara and to kep tit bowels la food eon dUioa. Ta4r are rery nice to eat." t Harry Stuckley, Much Chunk, Pa. JYryXi For ft S ' T8 Poefo i Ploaasnt. Palatable. PoVni. Ta.te Qoot. Do Good. Nw Blckon. Wnaken or Orln. We. "iTS sold In hulk. The genuine tablet tmd COC. Guaranteed to aura or your money tack. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or K.V. 594 AXKUAL SALE, TEN KILL! OH BOXES It It Crystallized Cactus Candy, That makes the world aeerrr bright. Then keep s box handy ' Of Crystallized Canay To keas you feeling right. And if there is s girl expee.In ( That you will eall tonight, If you want s kiss that la brim full of bliss, get A package of Crystallized Csssy At Donofnu' I I I I I I 'I IH I I 1 1 I Mil I M IIIHIKW HUM IIIIIIIIU1H j Home of Pure Drugs GUNTHER'S s WORLD FAMOUS CANDIES Strctfy Fresh ' - - AU Sizes Adams Pharmacy A. H. MILLER, Mgr IN HOTEL ADAMS III W I ! lit i HI I 1 M LH.,1 H 111.. MR, Hi i a ! THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS O F OUR BAKE SHOP Appeals to particular, housekeepers. Bread at 5 and 10 cents; delicious Dinner Rolls and Buns at 10 cents s dozen. Raspberry, Red Cherry and Gooseberry Tarts, 5c each. , PHOENIX BAKERY &( CONFECTIONERY. : Est. 1881. . i Edward Ei sole, Prop. Phone M. 89. 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1'l I H 1 H 1 1 1 1 M1M I I 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 IH H MMMM Standard Furniture Co. A complete line of New and Second Crockery snd Granlteware. Hand Furniture, . Rugs, f WE SELL FOR LESS Phone Main 3S7. 34-36 W. Washington. JL OUTING SUITS For Wen and Women, Summer or Winter, Rain or Shine. Our Free Catalogues Tell. Suit and Boot No. 15. Women's Outing No. 17. -THE-WM. li. HOEGEE Co., INCORPORATED. 133-40-42 South Main Los Angeles 17 Interest 0 Paid - ASSETS $2,002,111. No Admission or WiiliJraw.l C Only 30 Days Withdrawal Notice! Send For Booklet and Statemant ( IWlALLTaJUlUitilCAXASSJ. I 223 S? Jpamc Sr. Lcjanxu Cal 'A BgOFING The Roof that "proves," sun proof and ram-proof; needs no paint or repairs. Following are a few Wont's" about Rubber Sanded Roofing: Won't chip. Won't warp. Woo'ttear. Woa'tcrack. Won't nut Woa'tdecay. Won't shrink. Won't crumble. Won't need repairing. Won't absorb moisture. Won't attract electricity. Won't need any paint to preserve k. Won't be affected by any climatic changes or conditions. Won't cost a much, ia the long run, at other roofing. What Rubber Sanded WILL do Is told of in our booklet "HOOF TALK. which will be sent free upon request, together with samples of the Roofing Itself. . Rubber PIONEER ROLL PAPER CO. Makers of Rubber Sanded Hoofing and Refiners of Aiphaltum. Department 67 Las Angeles, CaL Send your name and address to-day for our 'icw holiday DIAMOND ' AND JEWELRY CATALOG Waives, Silverwares, Co! Glass Illustrates over 5000 beautiful new Christmas Gifts at 25 cents to $5,000. ' WILL BE MAILED FREE TO YOU. Mermod. Jaccard & King iaStft ST. LOUIS, MO. J December X . Hand-wrouRht hollj V deriOT. solid rold; j Xik wiUi turquol.se X t