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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY MORXIXG, XOVE3IBER 29, 1908.
18 Builders are busy.1 Everybody is busy building. Are you ? If so, tell your car penter or builder that you'd like to have him get Yale oi Towne Hardware for you. Tht Vale & Towne line furnishes Hardware requisites for Dwell ings and every other kind of building large or small. -.Ask us for the Illustrated Booklet (free): "The Yale Lotlt what it is." Stop in at the store and look at our line of Locks and Builders' Hardware. EZRA W. THAYER HOLIDAY AT FIAQSTAEF (Continued from page 9.) before the unmasking. There was a large attendance and some of the cos- tumes were grand The Elks are making preparations for a beautiful and Impressive Memo rial day service, to be held in the Emerson hchaal hall Sunday, De cember 6. The members will meet at the Elks' hall at 2 p. m. and march In procession to the school hall. Special music is being pre pared. The Flagstaff lodge now-has ninety members. Plans are in preparation far a sixt'-foot addition to the Flagstaff depot.. This is an Improvement that will fill "a long felt want." Mrs. George Bobbitt was called to Cincinnati this week on account of the serious illness of her mother. .: Cards have been received in Flag staff announcing the marriage of Charles C. Hutchinson, one of the most prominent wool growers in Ari- zona, to Mrs. S. St. Claire, at the home of the lady's mother in Idaho, ( on Thursday, December 3. Mr. Hutch- : inson and Mrs. St. Claire are both well known in Flagstaff and have many friends here. Mrs. St. Claire is a sister of Mrs. C. O. Robinson of this city. I Mrs. Fred R. Ingle will leave next week for Chicago, where she will spend several months visiting rela- j tives. ! Mr. and Mrs. Jess Boyce went to Williams today to be guests of rela tives at a Thanksgiving dinner. Thomas Ramage of Winslow is spending a few days in Flagstaff. Harry Hibben will leave Saturday j for the Coconino basin with several teams and a half dozen hands to develop water on his grazing allot ment there. . Elza Brown of Ash Fork and Felix D. James of Williams, both promi nent cattlemen, were in Flagstaff this week. W. H. Campbell has returned from ! "i"M' nil it iiniitiiii i"i"i,M'Mi Attention Auto Owners!! Let us have your repair amateurs only thoroughly employed. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. FAIR PRICES. "SS" Auto Repair Shop 115 West Jefferson SL SCHILLING & STAFFORD. 1 1 n i i"i i I I;8-w-HM LAMB SURE ENOUGH Our buyer recently bought a have no mutton It is all Lamb at once you will . certainly like Independent Phone Main' 297. 11 IHI '. '1 I 1 1 1 it H-M 1 H t I I M tM HtW-HHl H I'S-l-'M-H-H-H"!"! a trip over the cattle range of the Ash Fork country. Forest Rangers William A. Camp bell, Charles Yaeger and C. P. Hanna were sent to Ash Fork this week to build a ranger cabin. Louis . Akin, the artist, has moved hj8 studio from the Babbitt block to tj,e Pollock block. Hon. Henry F. Ashurst was In Prescott this week on legal business. Charles Bell and Dan McCornville have returned from Qrandview, where they have been for the past six weeks. John Wagner has purchased the residence of R. E. Taylor. Charles Arters of Wlnslow is spend ing a few days in Flagstaff. Owing to the snow storm Tuesday evening, the Elks' lodge did not hold its regular session. J. S. Amundsen of Williams was in Flagstaff the first of the week. N. Merrill of Grand View is spend Ing a few weeks In Flagstaff. George Reed of Grand Canyon was in Flagstaff Monday on business. M. J. Riordan returned .Tuesday from a sojourn in California. Cad Hurst of Oak Creek is in the city. Louis Weltzer of Oak Creek spent Tuesday in Flagstaff, Rodger Pell and Miss Edith Pell departed Monday for their home In California. Edgar Hash of Babbitt Bros.' dry goods department sient Tuesday and Wednesday in Williams on business, John Loy of Camp - Verde was in Flagstaff this week on business, Rev. Father Vabre was in Kingman several days this week. A. . S. Pitman of Williams was In Flagstaff the first of the week. CATTLE SHIPMENTS. The Hart Cattle Company shinned twenty-four cars of cattle to the Meyer Packing company of Los An geles Tuesday. Don Chisholm and Alf Sanford each shipped a car of fat cattle to Los Angeles Tuesday. Frier & Sakin, H. R. Heckathorn and A. J. Diamond shipped six cars of cattle to San Diego Wednesday. miiHiiiiiui h iiiiiiii work. We employ no competent mechanic ii it k n n : n i n h-h ! m ; LAMB large bunch of fat Lambs we now nothing else. Order some it. . Meat Market 1-3 W. Wash, St I 1 1 I- ! it 11111 New Arrivals f A line of handsome Winter Suits at prices that will astonish the peo ple of Phoenix. $40.00 Suits $25.00 $30.00 Suits $20.00 There" are no better or more stylish Suits sold in Phoenix. We ask you to call and see our big stock now on display. FRANCIS Cloak and Suit House I M H t M -M-H' I I 1111 H lit HOLDING BACK CREDIT MARKS Contestants Prepare Jor the Last Great Day SURPRISE PARTIES FORMING Each Competitor Planning to Give the Others Some thing Worth Talking About When Final Count Comes. Save the Coupons. STOVER ISAAC 36545 Phoenix. GEO. LUHRi, JR - 35545 Commercial Hotel. JOE O'CONNELL 35418 016 .Grand Ave. HAZEL SLANKARD 34543 337 WaatM-iamaon St. MAGGIE DOYLE ;--28482 h. i-. o. no. a. MILDRED MANLEY 1835G Tempo, Ariz. EUGENIA GUTHRIE 17661 Mesa City. PAUL C0RBELL 17024 Tempo, Ariz. WALTER TWAY 15982 Mesa. BIRDIE FOWLER 15706 143 South Third St. ANNETTE EARLE 15439 137 South 2nd St. MARY KERR 13625 529 E. Van Buren St. ROBERT HOLLY 13069 R. r. O. No, -4. GERTRUDE MORRIS' 12877 K. r. U. No. Z. OLIVER KING 7319 715 North 2nd St. WALTER GEORGE 6070 oZ8 North loth Ave. CONCHA SOTA 4059. 902 North 2nd St. i GEORGIA EATON 3484: Kelvin. BYRON BELLAS 2302 1 524 No. Third St. LEE ROBERTS 1919 Wiekenburo. DANA GILBERT 1141; Wiekenburo. MABEL NOFZINGER 1119 Isaac District, i Yesterday was a wonder to the management of the contest. It was expected that ihe day would be a fairly good one, regardlesa of the weather. But as a matter of fuct it , was one of the biggest days of the j contest, and as is usual on Saturday ; night, the contest department Avas busy until late at night checking up the Saturday's work and getting the new orders to the proper places for delivery and for the mail. There Is some changing In the scores, but this morning, as will largely be the case urlng the rest of the contest, the Increase of the scores will not fully show the actual work done each day, for the hustlers are beginning to re serve some of their votes to be de posited on the final day. The Rural Boy. Robert Holly got out his boat yes terday and sailed Into contest head quarters with a nice bunch of sub scriptions. Robert is a hard worker that is very anxious to win a busi ness college scholarship. He has many staunch friends who are sup porting him, and when the final count is made he hopes to get his coveted scholarship. One of Robert's active helpers Is Frank Criswell, who hopes to see Robert get his prize. Stover Isaac, George Luhrs and Joe O'Connell made their usual big show ing. Annette Earle was happy and had a big smile when, she turned in her subscriptions, among which was new one for a year. Tha Southaide. ' It has been several days since the hustlers on the south side of the river, have checked In points, and when they do there is -a possibility that there will be a surprise for the rest of the workers. , Coupons. Sto 'er Isaac is known as the cou pon ,oy. Yesterday he turned in dearly five hundred of these "one by one counters." Every one helps just that much and it is a good way for every one to hejp. These cou pons will appear but two more days, so every one should be clipped. They must all be here no later than De cember 7th. When coupons are mail ed, the postmark appearing on the envelope where mailed no lter than the 7th, such coupons will be counted though received after the 7th. There are few schools in Arizona here you can study any of the common branc hes, high - sch .; branches, business branches, short hand and typewriting under -ne management. .The Phoenix Academy and Busings College offers such an opportunity Those who are back- ard or who 0id not attend srlnni as long as" they should when the CIGARS by tha Box la our specialty. Coupons with every 25c cash purchase. Drawing Dec. 29th 7:S0 p.m. I S. H. Drachman Cigar Go wer? younger, have an opportunity bjre to Li.Uy Just whi-l they naed They will be given special or Indi vidual instruction if they desire. . So one need feel embarrass.. LIST OF PREMIUMS. A FIRST SCHOLARSHIP IN THE ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC. N A SECOND SCHOLARSHIP IN THE ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC. A FIRStf SCHOLARSHIP IN THE phoenix' business college and academy. a second scholarship in the phoenix business col lege and academy. a first scholarship in lam son's business college. a second scholarship in lamson's business college. a free round trip to yo semite valley. another Free round trip to yosemitb valley. a vose "baby" or "home" grand piano. worth $1,000. (on exhibition at redewill's mu sic store.) a $50 victor talktncj ma chine, (on exhibition at miller-sterling co.'s store. the contestant with high EST SCORE WHO DOES NOT CHOOSE THE VOSE GRAND MAY GET A PAYMENT RECEIPT FOR $150 ON ANY NEW PIANO AT REDEWILL'S. CONTESTANT WITH NEXT HIGHEST SCORE. PAYMENT RE CEIPT FOR $140, AND SO ON DOWN THE LINE, $10 LESS EACH STEP UNTIL THE SIXTEENTH, WHO GETS $10 RECEIPT. Good couiitry butter, 2Gc. Best eggs, 40c. McKee's. For piano tunning pnone red 2031 store 143 East Wash. Hamilton Bros. Artistic, clean, smooth, pleasant shave. 10 cents, hair cut, 25 cents, 120 N. 1st SC. M. Pcloso. ,t,i, , M"H"H 11 I 1 M M BUCKEYE. t 11 I M I i UH.'llll 1 1 1"H -M-H- Buckeye, Ariz., Nov. 27. (Special Correspondence of The Republican.) Al Gnlpin and Harry Taffe were along the river in the Liberty neigh borhood last Saturday and Sunday hunting ducks. They returned to Phoenix Sunday evening. Dolph Evans and wife came down from Phoenix Wednesday and stopped over night at J. H. Knight's of Lib erty. P. T. Hurley and family came down Special Sale Wool Dress Goods Monday HOSE SPECIAL We have Just received a shipment of German man ufacture. Ladies' Mercerized Hose, beautiful quality. In the latest shades of brown, navy. Paris tan, bronze, grey, champagne, burgundy, also black and white garter top, spliced heel and double sole, fast and stainless, best silk finish; a remarkably good value at 3 pairs for S1.00 HOLIDAY HANDKERCHIEFS In a profusion of dainty patterns for gift giving, white and colored edges. . The largest collection of Handkerchiefs we have ever shown, packed one, three and six In a neat box. The entire line would take a full page ad. to describe, so will say that you will find everything that U new in this line. Plain, Hand Embroidered, French Embroidered, Duchess Lace, Armenian Lace. Amriswyl Embroidery and other rare novelties. We have located this department for the convenience of the trade and now Is the time to make your selections while the stock Is complete in every sense. We call particular attention to our line . of Hand and Amriswyl Embroidered at 3 FOR 1.00 OUR ANNEX SPECIALS SILK PETTICOATS A new special line of black and colored Mes caline Silk Petticoats, full deep stitched flounces, and extra wide width. Special at SG.00 We are closing out our entire line on this particular line a discount of BUSTER BROWN The new "'Buster Brown" Belts for little folks in black, tan, red. blue and white, made of patent leather. Price 35 Glove Genuine French Chamois Gloves in the two- and 16-button lengths, all sizes today; the 2 -button length at $1.25 and the 16-button lengths at J- - $2.50 UNION SUITS "Merode" Wool and Cotton Cream Union Suits, strictly hand finished, high neck, long sleeves, Bilk taped and ankle length. We also have the same grade In separate garments. You all know what "Merode" means In Underwear.' Pijce of the Union Suit 13 v - $2.00 KNIT UNDERWEAR A very special line of White Fleeced Ribbed Vests and Pants, all regular sizes, high neck, long sleeved and silk taped Vests and ankle length Pants, a spe cially good value at, per garment 50 $1 .79 covered with the best nnlv of from Phoenix yesterday to spend the day and partake of a sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner at. the Long home. " Geo.- Creeds' threshing - machine crew finished the aeason's work here and started with the machine for the St. Johns neighborhood east of Lib erty last Tuesday, where they will do the alfalfa seed threshing of that section. C. M. Zander ha not returned from attending the fair in Phoenix yet. Still nobody here is much worried about C. M., as it has been rumored that he Is fishing for a clerkship In the forthcoming legislature. The six months' old child of Milton E. Trout is sorely afflicted with a supurative swelling on one of its feet. Rev. F. & Ames of the Free Meth odist church in Phoenix and the lady who has been assisting in the meet ings recently held there are at Lib erty holding meetings at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Frank . Crouch are delighted over the arrival at their home, from the realm of nitture, of a young man of about the right di mensions to be of great interest and peasure to his two little sisters. Riley Johnston la spending several days' in the Wenden district looking after his interests there. E. S Roberts has Improved the passenger service between . rnof nix and Arlington by the purchase of a new stage. A petition Is to be put in circu lation next week for the signatures of the patrons of the Liberty, Buckeye and Arlington postof flees for a dally mail service from Phoenix to this1 section of the country. This service is very much needed and should have been asked for long ago. It will be granted now without doubt as soon as the proper steps are taken. The south branch of the canal has been cleaned to the capacity that it will now carry tho amount of water THE ARIZONA SCHOLARSHIP DAILY COUPON. Scort Ona Point for Contestant Named Batow.1 Name - i DIRECTIONS Writ name of dotted line, and forward coupon to office. Phoenix, Arizona. THIS COUPON VOID IF 'THE BEST ALWAYS' MEN'S BATH ROBES We have Just opened our new line of Men's Bath Robes, made in the latest fashion of genuine Beacon Robe, Flannels, all .colors, ranging In price from $5.00 t S7.50 CHILDREN'S DRESSES Peter Thompson and one-piece Suits for children and misses, ages 5 'to. 18 years,, in white and colors, neat ly trimmed and well tailored in every re spect. Prices range from 5 to 13.50 Special Discount of Boys' Shoes and offer as a special Children best quality curly Bear skin Hoods with white China Silk lining and val. lace ruffle edge, brown, cardinal, alice, and white. Extra good value at, each 75i Department Specials "Perrln's" Heavy P. X. M. Ladies' Kid Gloves, short length, in tans only, a thoroughly reliable Glova Price $2.25 NIGHT ROBES S dozen Ladies' Outing Flannel Night Robes of good quality Fancy Outing with high neck and long sleeves, full regular sizes and well made, a special value at, each 50 C dozen Ladles' u - - j " j Outing Flannel, very neatly trimmed and well made, high neck and long sleeves, extra sizes; a very com fortable garment these cold nights. Price 75 A Comforter Special Saturday and Monday we place on sale 50 Comforters, the regular price of which is $2.25 and 12.50. filled with the plennt hi .i quality figured Silkolina. full ' that Is bought through it for the present time. The majority of the stockholders are anxious to have the south branch put In as good condi tion during the coming winter as the main canal Is now In. The enlarge ment and betterment of this part of the system would be to the very great advantage of the whole com munity. For instance, as happened the fore part of this week the main canal broke In the Liberty neighbor hood and the water had to be turned into the river, as the south branch did not have the capacity to carry it If the south branch could have carried half the amount turned into the river the whole south extension country could have been thoroughly irrigated and by the time the re pairs had been completed the whole amount of water could be turned down the main canal and thereby the loss sustained by the lower ranch ers could be made up to them. Un der existing conditions the loss every year is more than the cost of the rnecessary work to make the improve rs . ...Ml In... nil timA IIICIII. mill will luai 1UI U.l tau,. Some of the fanners in the Liberty section are advising that some work along the river should be done before the winter rains set in, for the pro tection of 1 the river banks. A small amount of work has in the past been of great value to this section. W. B. "Long's home is "teachers' headquarters." Miss Brown, Mr. Fil klns and Miss Lovejny of the Buckeye school board there and Miss Casey of the Biackmer school of Liberty makes her home there. Mr. Long is Miss Casey's uncle. Mr. Crouch is getting more sam ples of brick clay to send to Cali fornia to a man who wishes to come here to establish a brick yard. Ralph Nye Is again running a drug store in Buckeye. After an absence of several years he returned this fall to the best country he could find. REPUBLICAN CONTEST, 1908. pupil favored for a scholarship on Scholarship Manager, Republican NOT VOTED BY DEC. L 1908. Special Sale Wool Dress Goods Monday SILK LISLE HOSE German manufacture, a sheer quality that looks ex actly like silk, decidedly pretty hose for evening wear and very different from the ordinary Silk Ll.-rf Hose; colors Paris tan, champagne, pink, light blue, lavender; also white, on sale at our Hosiery counter Saturday and Monday at, per pair 50 CHILDREN'S COATS Children's Reefer Coats in red and navy, neatly trimmed with braid and gold buttons in the latest style, nice quality material and well tai lored. Priced at ... . $6.50 and $7.00 inducement '0 CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT Children's- Bear Skin Hoijils, nice quality,, in brown, champaign, cardinal, grey, alice and white; very well made. Price, each 35 Infants' White Woolen Mittttos, made of very soft quality yarns In three qualities 25, 35 and 50 NiirhTtitwi of honw nnnlirv Panov B "v J mi Dr. HIBBARD Sexual Blood and Genito urinary Organ Specialist. Urethral Obstructions Specific Blood Pcisca Nervous Debility Contracted Diseases The txve disorders with their terible efferts cause depreaiou of mind and wrecking ol body and rw'kineof the nervous system. Your life may be at stake. Why not gvt (he best of irmtment. It your eyesight ipr?n to a reliable rulist. If your nrarins; is pour you med a competent aurist. If your teeth ai-lie call ona good dentist- If burn in np witbafeveror you hare some acute lieae commit your family physician They should treat you, not I, for I do not treat such eas and they can do better by yon. If however yt have ome Hennas dipcae in my line in which youi life and health be at stake. It is absolutely necessary for yiu to consult one who has ex pert skill, large experience and scientific equipment, in order to be permanently and ucccsslully cured. Cancer aad External Crawtaa ImYa Witaaat U Cse mt the Haifa Severe Measures ana with. Ceaaalata Safety Or. Hibbara. Hibbard building, 2B-2H South Second Avenue, fhoeaix Arizona. Caasaltaiiaa Iraw Hours 0-12. l-a-6-J. CALIFORNIA WINE & LIQUOR CO. Port $1.00 a l. aa I. ft) xxx 1.75 xxxx 2.0) Angelica 150 Hherrj 1-60 Claret 8?1. 79 Riesling - " " WX0 Hauterua Zanfandel ;th Chaaseiaa Burgundy .Ui (juledel Greuacht Semlilon ' Carbeoret 2.0U Oresta BlaWa spl price b til. apt. Bunrumij J. F. Cutter Whisky, Hermitage, Old Taylor, Ambassador. King of Ken tucky and a hundred mora of the beat quality, and full line of Cordlala. epeclak price for barret Hot Lunch at Richelieu BaJooa. 1I-S1 Boutb Center Br. "IT W Standard Table Fruits, reg ular price 20 and 25c per can APRICOTS Cp per can I U U BLACKBERRIES Cp per can .. luu GRAPES Cp per can luu PEACHES j C p per can luu PEARS r per can )u PLUMS IC per can uy APPLES IK ft per can luu Any of the above fruits $1.75 per doz. We Will Continne Onr SARDINE SALE For Another Week E. S. Wakelin Grocer Go. DISTRIBUTORS NEW LOCATION, FIRST AND ADAMS ST. n a MIX GOOD PLUMBING Serves yon right, saves you trouble. Our work Is neat. Is personally guar anteed. Let us figure on yourwork; it means mon ey to you; satisfaction too. Phone Black 289L Johnson & REtnsbottoni Practical Plumbers. 22 N. Second Street.