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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MOUSING, DEE3IBER 1, 1008.
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Special Announcement
In This, Paper!
PTTTWWTT T Q The Home of
AXlll Dill VY li-l-Li O Everything Musical .
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An. Artistic Home 1
Nothing can excel In artistic beauty a home furnished with Crafts
man Furniture. THE BIDE-A-WEE MISSION FURNITURE COM
PANY has furnished and is furnishing many of the most beautiful
homes in this valley.. Our facilities for turning out new and desirable
designs in Oat or Soft Woods are greatly Improved. None but care
ful, painstaking craftsmen employed. If you are in need of a splen
did MORRIS CHAIR, a comfortable LARGE ROCKER, an ELEGANT
SIDE BOARD A GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK or a BEAUTIFUL
MANTLE CLOCK A BOOK CASE A BUREAU, or CHIFFONIER
OR PICTURES to decorate your home with, we have all these things
and numerous others on hand READY TO DELIVER and can make
anything you want at short order. We cordially invite you to inspect
our stoc. Ji:i
ide-a.-
I Mission Furniture Co.
3-4 Mile North of East Lake Park. J
I The Crystal Cafe and Reslaurant
34-CC West Adams St Table D'Hote and A laCarte. Strictly
white help. The very best the market will afford. A First-Class Cafe.
BABY SOY HAD
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Which Broke Out in Different Pfeces
Nothing WouM Helfj Him
Mother Almost in Despair Skin
Qiiickiy Healed WithoutaScar and
' Trouble Has Never Returned
SINCE USINGCUTICURA
MOTHER GIVES IT PRAISE
"Several months aRo, my little boy,
now two and a half years old, began to
break out with
ft" itching sores. j.
tjr him, and as
soon as I got.
them healed up
in one-place they
would break out
in another. I
was almost in
tiiinair. 1 could
"not gt't anything
that would help
him. Oneeven
in I read a tes
timonial from a
lady who had cured her lit'le boy with
Cuticura. I began to use the Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment, and after
using them three times, the 6ores com
menced to heal. Ho is now well, and
not a star is left on his body. They
' have never returned nor left him with
bad Mooc, as one would think. Cuti
cura Kemi'dies are the best 1 have ever
tried, and thev are surely great. I
Fhall alwavs have them in the house,
handy, and shu'.l lughlv recommend
thorn" to any one who is suffering likewise.
I cannot give tivm too nvioh praise.
"Mrs. Wiliiam i'cca'mz, 102 Washington
St., Attica, lad., July 22. 1907."
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Special Table d3 Hote
Dinner 35 c
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Crystal Cafe and Restaurant
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GUARANTEED UNDER THE PURE FOOD AND'
DRUGS ACT. JUNE '301906
Full Quart Bottles Only $1.00
Exceptional good value. Try it and you will use no other.
Melczer Bros. Co.
Distributors. Phoenix. Ariz.
ITCHING TORMENTS
From little patches of eczema, tetter,
milk cruM, psoriasis, etc., on the skin,
sculp, or hanus f infants, children, or
adults are instantly relieved and ped
ily cured, in the mnforitv' of cases, by
warm baths with Ciiticira Soap and
pr.tle anointings with Cuticura Oiat
nient, tbe great Skin Cure, a.istd,
when nectary, bv mild des of Cuti
cura Ue-solvent. Cut icura Remedies are
guaranteed absolutely pure.
mthn So9 75c.) to rEH tfti Slo. O.-tl-cara
omtir.r:ii i.VI. .) ItIIul lit tK!n. ar.d Cutl
cur Heiv:it &0JT in ihr lorm of Ctonlat
Coitpd Pill. 2.. IT vl-J ct & lo I'unty the lil'd.
S"id throncli.Mit tlif w.ir'il. Potter lirug & Uw.
Corp. Solt rrupn.. !fcTnn. M;i.sd.
a-Hilcd Free, Omenta E-jot on SU i Dlurmc.
SURPRISE f
THE MANAGERS
Pleasing Result of Yesterday's
-H ! ill! H-H lllll il"Ii,l"t"H"I,ll"Il
i Some Land Is i
Cheap
But Good Land I
Is Scarce
64 acres 34 miles west of
fair grounds; 40 acres in al
falfa; orchard, good well of
water, fenced and cross-fenced,
good house; old title to water..
Can be bought for $20 per acre,
less than any of the surround
ing land. Investigate this
proposition. It will fay you.
t The Rogers Auction Go. I
s-
24 West Jefferson St.
Phone Red-2071.
1H 1 1 I 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i M .1 fH
Prank J. O'Brien
BROKER.
Tucson. Branches In Phoenix
and Nogales.
Stocks, Bond and Produce.
Private Leased Wire to all
Exchanges.
R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manager.
Phoenix Office.
Phone Main 2S2. Hotel Adams.
Alfalfa Hay, per ton S12.00
Oat' Hay. -per ton $12.00
Rolled Barley 81.30
Bran 95
.White Seed Oats ' S2.25
Texaa Red Oats $2.25
Alfalfa Seed $11.00
A. WHARTON
Hi't"HH
GO TO ADAMS FANCY FRUIT
COMPANY
And let Alexander Wallace, the
X greatest fruit man in the "coun-
Jj! try, tell you about "the Lord
J Roberts beautiful baskets of
.j. mixed fruit, our specialty.
-HMii.t..;.,;,.!,,;.,;.,!,,!,,!,,..!..;..;,.;.....,;.
Phone Main 224.
117 E. JefX. St.
Moore & McLellan
Undertakers and Kmbalmwrs.
Lady Assistant. '
West Adams StreaL
Telephone Vain HI.
THE STEADY TOP LINERS
It Was a Great Day for
Making Up the Figures
The Mails Were Loaded
With Coupons and Words
of Cheer.
STOVER ISAAC 36769
Pnoenix.
GEO. LUHRS, JR 36000
Commercial Hotel.
JOE O'CONNELL --35931
916 Grsnd Ave.
HAZEL SLANKARD 35488
i west Harrison St.
MAGGIE DOYLE 28482
R. F. D. No. 3.
MILDRED MANLEY 23300
Tempe, Ariz.
PAUL CORBELL --19706
Tempe, Anr.
WALTER TWAY 19556
Mesa.
EUGENIA GUTHRIE 19295
Mesa City.
ANNETTE EARLE 16270
137 South 2nd St.
BIRDIE FOWLER 16148
143 South Third St.
MARY KERR 13841
529 E. Van Buren St.
GERTRUDE MORRIS 13577
R. F. D. No. 2.
ROBERT HOLLY 13203
R. F. D. No. 4.
OLIVER KING 7442
715 North 2nd St.
WALTER GEORGE 6070
628 North 10th Ave.
CONCHA SOTA 4089
902 North 2nd St.
GEORGIA EATON 3584
Kelvin.
BYRON BELLAS 2302
524 No. Third St
LEE ROBERTS 1919
Wickenburg.
DANA GILBERT 1311
Wickenburg.
MABEL NOFZINGER 1119
Isaac District.
The great surprise bf the contest
was srirung on the managers yester
day. It being the . last day of the
month, nothing extraordinary was ex-
peeled.' With two exceptions yesterday
was the biggest day of the .contest
since the first da It was late at night
when the work of the day was all en-
tered and the orders given to the prop,
er carrier's slins.
The mails were heavy yesterday
with subscription orders. A number
of nine dollar cheeks nnd' money or-
ders were received. Two nine dollar
cheeks came in from Flagstaff for
raul Corbell of (Tempe, another re
mittance for $4.50 was also received
from Flagstaff for Gertrude Morris.
TEMPE AND MESA DAY.
And these were not all. Mildred
Manley was a "tar performer. Both
she and Paul Corbell madV tremendous
gains and are bringing, their score s
right up the line at a "two minute"
clip. Mesa Is coming in strong now.
Paul, Walter, and Eugenia are all
three in the same thousand mark, with
a difference of less than a thousand
and two points in their scores.
Following closely to the southside
runneis are Birdie Fowler and An
nette Earle, both grand little workers
who are determined to win scholar
ships. Mary Kerr. Robert Holly and
Gertrude Morris, are In another little
race all Tiy themselves, and In the
thirteen thousand mark.
THE TOP NOTCH ERS. .
The four top liners yesterday made
. . i ... i T-i (i Mil nil hnlrl thp snme rpl-
Iative positions this morning. Stover
retains the lead by nearly eigjit hun
dred points. Joe Is but 69 points be
hind eGorge Luhrs. Joe has a pecu
liar' smile though, that . nifty mean
havoc with the scores of the other
top liners soon. Hazel is right In the
fight and but a little way behind the
three boys. Hazel has a number of
warm supporters who declare they will
not ste a boy beat her out. Time will
tell.
COUPONS GALORE.
" Greater than ever was the volume of
letters yesterday bearing coupons and
messages of good cheer for the various
hustlers. Letters seemed to come
from from most every town in Ari
zona and every town in the United
States. A stack about a foot high of
empty envelopes was on the table af
ter the coupons Were extracted. Most
of the letters bore little notes. One
read: "Mr. Joseph O'Connell, Phoenix,
Arizona. You Klarney Faced Irish-
iruin, Vou! Here are a few votes for !
ye:T. !n't suppose you would remem-
b r anyway, but I've been watching
your race with much interest. Never !
"mind who I am, just stick In the-votes.
Most of them will count. Yours truly, 1
St. P;itrick, Prescott, Arizona." Oth- '
ers read : From Mrs. George Sharp
for Walter Tway"; "Please credit Ku- j
genia Guthrie, Mesa, with these cou-
puns. Mrs. li'.. P. Shill"; Coupons fori
Miss Annette Earle with compliments j
(find scholarship coupons for Paul Cor- 1
oell with best wishes for Buceess from
Mrs. Niles Rohrig"; "27 coupons Rob
ert Holly, good luck to Holly"; "Joe:
Here are a few for you. Holder";
"Hazel from a Prescott friend"; "Kel
vin, Knclosed find fifty couins with
.which please credit to my little friend,
Georgia Eaton. From one who wishes
her much success." Every one was
treated the same way. Coupons for
everybody. - t
The coupons are all good until nnd
including December 7th. Let them
come.
LIST OF PREMIUMS.
A FIRST SCHOLARSHIP IN THE
ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
A SECOND SCHOLARSHIP IN
THE ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
A FIRST 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 TO
SEM1TE VALLEY.
ANOTHER FREE ROUND TRIP
TO TOSEMITE VALLEY.
A VOSE "BABY- OR "HOME"
GRAND PIANO. WORTH $1,000. (ON
EXHIBITION AT REDEWILL'S Mil- !
SIC STORE.) I
A $50 VICTOR TALKING MA
CHINE. (ON EXHIBITION AT MIL-
LER-STERLING CO.'S STORE.
THE CONTESTANT WITH HIGH
EST SCORE WHO DOES NOT I
CHOOSE THE VOSE GRAND MAY j
GET A PAYMENT RECEIPT FOR i
$150 ON ANY NEW PIANO AT i
REDEWILL'S. I
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.
BWELKYSILEI
WESTERN MINING STOCKS
Keweenaw 5
Osceola 125
Warren 514
American 5
Denn 4
Helvetia 414
Qulncy 97
Range goy.
Sup. & Pitts. 1914
Granby 105 "
Nipissing .' 1014
Wol. & Ariz IVi
Greene Can 11
Utah Cons 47
Old Dom., . . . ., 5g
North Butte .'. 8714
Ca!. & Ariz , '...12114
Butte Coal , 27
Shattuck ........ 17:14
Ariz. Com'L 38
Shannon . isi
Globe Cons 8
B. Mtn , 3
Cumb. Ely Svi
N'ev. Con 19 ;i
Giroux 6
National '. 70
Sup. & Bos, . nu.
Ray Con 7
Miami 1314
FRANK J. O'BRIEN, Broker.
"Oiir' glasses fit." We carrv Invisi
ble Bifocal. Torlc and all other lenses
and frames manufactured. Swlgert
Bros., 17 E. Adams. Phone Red 2641.
See Mealey at Hartwell Studio or
photographs.
See Dr. Swigert for correct Glasses.
Dr. Emmons fits and ftirnlshcs clas
ses, 3CS N. 4th avenue.
The annual meetlnz n the Stock
holders of the Iron Springs Outing club
will be held nt the office of the Secre
tary, No. 37 North Center street, in
Clinton Campbell
. GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Residence 1 Telephone
S57 N. Fourth Ave.
Main 177
EXTRAORDINARY
A Stock of $75,000.00 of Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches,
Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Silverware, Etc., will
he placed on Sale for the next thirty, days at Cost and Less.
A few of the Articles with prices quoted that will
prevail during this Sale, to show the ratio of cut
in prices of these and a thousand other articles.
HAWKES CUT GLASS
Cut Glass Vases, $60.00, reduced to S42.10
Cut Glass Vases, $45.00, reduced to S32.00
Cut Glass Vases, $12.00, reduced to 88.00
Cut Glass Bowls, $25.00, reduced to -S16.S5
Cut Glass Bowls, $20.00, reduced to $12.80
Cut Glass Bowls, $8.00, reduced to S3. 10
Some great bargains in all other Cut Glass, Gob
lets, Wafr-r Sets, Champagne Sets, Punch Bowls,
Nappies, etc. 1
SCARF PINS
,Sca:f Pins, Solid Gold, Stone Set, $15.00, reduced
to $9.00
Scarf Pins, Solid Gold, Stone Set, $23.00 reduced
to $16.50
Scarf Pins, Solid Gold, Stone Set, $20.00, reduced
to '. $12.80
Coral and Cameo, Solid Gold Scarf Pine, $25.00,
reduced to $16.50
Solid Gold Signet Pins as low as $1.00
BROOCHES AND BRACELETS
Gold Brooch, Stone Set. $23. reduced to... $16.80
Gold Brooch, Stone Set, $20, reduced to... $12.10
Gold Brooch, Stone Set, $15, reduced to.:. $10.20
Gold Bracelets as low as S2.00
Brooches In Gold as low as $2.00
CLOCKS
Eight-Day Porcelain Mantel Clocks, $12, reduced
tu 85.00
Eight-Day Brass and Gold Mantel Clocks, $40.
duced to 829.50.
Eight Day Brass and Gold Mantel Clock!", $35,
reduced to 826.35
Eight-Day Westminster Chime Clocks, $40.
reduced to 823.00
STERLING SILVER
Sterling Silver Forks, $12.50, reduced to $8.50
Sterling Silver Knives, $13.00, reduced to 89.25
Sterling Silver Spoons, $6.00, reduced to $4.00
Sterling Spoons, per set of half dozen $3.00
The same sweeping discounts in all Sterling Sil
ver, Creamers, Sugar Bowls, Sandwich Plates, Tea
Sets, Bon Bon Sets, Carving Sets, etc.
Rodgers 1847 Knives and Forks at, per set.. $3.00
FINE SILK UMBRELLAS
Fine Silk Umbrellas, Sterling Mounted Handles,
$18.00, reduced to $9.00
Fine Silk Umbrellas, Sterling Mounted Handles.
$15.00. reduced to $7.50
Fine Silk Umbrellas, Sterling Mounted Handles.
$10.00, reduced to 85.00
Other fine ones as low as $2.00
ELECTROLIERS
Fine Electroliers, ranging in prices from $1S00
to $130.00. We have cut the prices exactly ONE
HALF, which is away under first cost.
PICKARD'S AND STOUFFER'S
HAND PAINTED CHINA.
Hand Painted China Plates, $3.30, reduced
to $2.00
Hand Painted China Plates, $4.00, reduced
to $2.65
Hand Painted China Plates, $3.00, reduced
t v $1.80
ELECTRIC LAMPS
Beautiful line of Lamps for the Library, Reading
or Dining Rooms; ornamental beauty at great sav
ing of ordinary cost.
High priced Diamond Brooches Necklaces and Jewelry chopped in price just the same as the
cheapest belt buckle. This list Is only a starter to t he thousand and one things we have put the ax to,
and the best way to know about these things is to come and see them. Bring in your catalogue and
see how much you can beat their prices. "
MAIL ORDERS
All Mail Orders will have prompt attention. This
is a grand chance for people living out.-ide of town
to get absolutely guaranteed high class Jewelry at
cost and less. If in doubtv about the articles wanted,
write.
TERMS
This sale is for the. purpose of TURNING OUR
STOCK into MONEY.. No goods charged to any
one, so please don't, ask' for Credit, but BRING
YOUR MONEY ALONG and take advantage of the
prices that WE are offering. .
F. A. Jilderkan
10-12 WEST WASHINGTON ST, PHOENIX, ARIZONA.
t
Phoenix, Arizona, on Thursday, the
loth day of December, '908, at 7:30
p: m., for the purpose of ejecting Di
rectors and for transacting any other
business that may properly come be
fore it. '
' W. K. JAMES, Secretary.
BOOST YOUR FAVORITE
Everybody In the world Is welcome
to call at the stpre of the Redewill
Music Co, and see that beautiful $1000.
Vose & Sons Grand piano, that will
soon be given to some contestant In
1 i i-nn 11 1 1 hi ininntw
W. A. REYNOLDS
Contractor and Builder :i
Plans and specifications turn-
lshed free on all work con- ' '
tracted or superintended by '. ',
him. Let me plan your house
for you.
SATISFACTION GUARAN-
TEED. ... ... ; ;
Phone Black 258 1i ;
Residence, 111 W. Fillmore Stf " '
Office. Five Points, - Phoenix. - V.
1 I I 1 I I Ml Mill M..M. U I I I I I 1
SALE.
For one week only, new wood seat
chairs, 75c and 85c Iron beds, full
sized. $3.50. .
MORDEN'S BIG 2ND HAND STORE
401 E. Washington St
The Republican's big scholarship con- . anos made by the celebrated Boston
test. It Is one of the handsomest pl- piano manufacturers, Vose & Sons. Co
anos ever shown in Arizona, one of the : and see it, try it out, it will astonifli
highest priced and highest grades pl- 'you with its charm and Dower.
DAILY AT THE
FORD GRILL
Shell Oysters,
Clams, Mussells,
Lobsters, and
the best Steer
Loin Steaks,
Spring Chicken, etc
ni!iiituiuiimmmiiiiiuiniifuunuiuin
I Indian Baskets and
I Blankets, Native
Gems,Curio3
ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. 1
5 - s
s 45 N. Center, Phoenix
uuiuiiuiuiiiiuiiiiuiiujiuiiiiuuuiniiiu
RANCHERS
If - you use Cedar, Redwood or
Cottonwood Posts, dip them In
Asphalt. For particulars apply
to
French, the Cement Man
Box 192. Phone Main 249.
SWIGERT BROS,
17 East Adams St. Phone Red 2641.
If your eyes trouble you or' yo'u
In need of glasses "that fit in every
detail," see us. We court compari
son in our goods, our prices, our
methods, and .our expert fitting.
Hours: 9:30 to 12 and 1 ta 4:30.
Sundays or Evenings by appointment.
DR. L M. SWIGERT, Mct.

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