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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY 3IORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1908.
The Superiority of the t t Single Disk Drill Has been manifested and proven in the all-grain countries by the Hoosier Single Disk Drill TESTED ANT) RELIABLE. Lighter draft than double disks. Opens wider seed bed. Will not clog. Less complicated. DURABLE IX CONSTRUCTION. LET US SHOW YOU THE RICHMOND HOOSIER DRILL. .ALL SIZES IN STOCK. Ezra W. Thayer, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS FOR ALL REQUIREMENTS. INTERTERRITORIAL A TEAM OF MILES A New Mexico Mule Magnate Is Withholding Them From a Salt River Valley Farmer. Mr. J. D. Hand of Los Alamos Is a "welcher," holding back a team of mules belonging to the Salt River valley, and he expresses an intention of keying them. In his enthusiasm last summer and without an adequate knowledge of the agricultural re sources of this part of the country, and also, perhaps to convey an im pression of his own munificence. Mr. Hand offered two husky mules which he valued at 1750 for the best col lective exhibit of wheat and oats on exhibition at the fair, which was to run concurrent with the irrigation congress convention. I Contrary to the expectations of the agriculturists of New Mexico, includ ing Mr. Hand, a Salt River valley farmer "copped out" those mules. At any rate he had the premier exhibit of wheat and oats and that announce ment was officially made. But Mr. Hand hated to part with those mules and he says now that liia prize was offered for the best wheat and oats raised in New Mexico and he adds that he is not engaged in the business of cultivating mules for Arizonians. There has been considerable corres pondence regarding the mules, be tween Secretary Cowgill of the board of trade and the management of the late fair at Albuquerque, but Mr. Hand is still standing pat and insist ing that they shall not cross the Arizona-New Mexico line. HATS OFF TO CONTESTANTS Becoming AJSOTHEB? Is an ordeal which all women approach with dread, for nothing compares to the pain of child-birth. The thought the suffering in store for her robs the expectant mother pleasant anticipations. Thousands of women have found the use of Mother's Friend robs confinement of much pain and insures safety to life of mother and child. This liniment is a God-send to women at the critical time. Not only does Mother's Friind carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but it prepares' the system for the coming event, relieves "morning sickness," and other dis- mm FnrK f bT droits at $i .00. Book of valuable informa tion mailed frp. IttE BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta. Ga. pa ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to my friends and patrons that I have pur chased THE OWL PHARMACY and will at once clean and restock same. It is my intention to conduct a strictly first class prescrip tion drug store and I respectfully solicit your patronage. ANDREW H. MILLER, Phone Main 121. Formerly Manager Adams Pharmacy. The Last Week of the Contest Has Arrived LAST DAY FOB A Mighty Struggle Will Be Waged This Week Among all the Little Workers to Retain Their Present Positions. STOVER ISAAC 3909O Pnoenix. HAZEL SLANKARD 38709 337 West Harrison St. JOE O'CONNELL 38322! 916 Grand Ave. GEO. LUHRS, JR 37868! Commercial hotel. MAGGIE DOYLE 34936 R. F. D. No. 3. MILDRED MANLEY 23017! Tempo, Ariz. I PAUL CORBELL 21776 Tempo, Ariz. ROBERT HCjLLY 21754 1 R. F. D. No. 4. BIRDIE FOWLER 2162S ! 143 South Third St. EUGENIA GUTHRIE 21182 Mesa City. j WALTER TWAY 196791 Mesa. j ANNETTE EARLE 17972 1 137 South 2nd St. I MARY KERR 14144' 529 E. Van Buren St. 1 GERTRUDE MORRIS 13S74 j R. F. D. No. 2. I OLIVER KING 8161 ! 715 North 2nd St. I WALTER GEORGE 6260 628 North 10th Ave. I CONCHA SOTA 4193 i 902 North 2nd St. GEORGIA EATON 3654 ' Kelvin. BYRON BELLAS 2302 524 No. Third 8t. LEE ROBERTS 1959 W i eke n burg. DANA GILBERT 1429 Wickenburg. MABEL NOFZINGER 1247 Isaac District. A FAIR EXCHANGE .. WAS' NO ROBBERY So a Jury Decided in the Case of Charles Wyatt Charged With Jump ing Board Bill. Deputy Sheriff Woods of Wickenburg arrived yesterday morning with a man who had been committed to seven days in the county Jail for fighting. It takes two men to fight, but the other man had lust money enough to pay his fine. Deputy Sheriff Wood said that Charles Wyatt, the carpenter, who was arrested here oir Friday on the charge of beating Mrs. Dick Roberts of Wick enburg out of a board bill of J77 has been vindicated by a jury of his peers. All the facts tended to show that there was no intent to evade the payment of the bill and that when Wyatt began to buy meal tickets he had no such thought in his mind. One of the strongest points In his fa vor was a note of $75 which he held against the husband of Mrs. Roberts. She herself was in the note as security and though the note would not be due for nearly a year, it was held by the jury to be a sufficient guaranty of the payment of the board bill. Wyatt was accordingly allowed to go his way, out nothing but his time and his car fare back to Phoenix if he should choose to come In this direction. ,,.,,,, ; rn ; ; rrrrTrn llnl TTTTTTTTTTTTTTX1.J.JLJL t , ,, U..U Dr. Emmons fits and furnishes glas ses, 368 X. 4th avenue. To the Uninformed WE WISH TO SAY THAT WE ARE XOT ON'LY HEADQUAR TERS FOR APPETIZING MEATS. BI'T ALSO FOR A NUMBER OF DELICACIES. -' TAKE FOR INSTANCE OUR LlNE OF CHEESE. DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED. EVERY KIND TO X PLEASE EVERY PARTICULAR TASTE AND FANCY. DUX PICKLES. SWEET PICKLES. SOUR PICKLES AND SAUER KRAUT. ALWAYS CLEAN AND FRESH. AND PLEASE DON'T FORGET OUR PEERLESS STOCK OF SAUSAGE. WE ARE PROUD OF THE REPUTATION OF OUR SAUSAGES. JUST ONE TRIAL. AND YOU'LL CERTAINLY BECOME ONE OF THIS MARKET'S STEADY CUSTOMERS. The Hackett Market Phone Main 132 3133 E. WASHINGTON ST. it Annonrtcementttt foMMCt. fan m rhocoiK. cta yean pcwM taoiS Qottof. cm mm! .)Di H tar. .What better proof, f Mm, tveeem 4 lefceMHy Amriswyl Embroid'ry Hdkfs. 3 for $1.00 H-H-MH ............... 1 ! W-W-H-m-H-M ! I1 H I I H-S-H' H-H H H- t Attention Auto Owners! Let us have your repair work. We employ tio amateurs only thoroughly competent mechanics employed. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. FAIR PRICES. "SS" Auto Repair Shop X 113 West Jefferson St. SCHILLING & STAFFORD. . 8 ! I 1 I i II 1 M I' I' I' H M"I"!"M"M-m I 1 1 1 I' I I IV H M' I1 M'll 1 1 . I" LAMB Lu0URcE LAMB Our buyer recently bought a large bunch of fat Lambs we have no mutton it is all Lamb now nothing else. Order some at once you will certainly like it Independent Meat Market Phone Main 297. 1-S W. Wash. SL New Arrivals A line of handsome T - -.t -.; Winter Suits i at prices that will astonish the peo '" pie of Phoenix. J40.00 Suits S25.00.-,- i $30.00 Suits $20.00,. There are no better- or more stylish Suits sold in Phenix. We ask you ' to call and see our big stock noir1' on display. ' FRANCIS CIcak and Suit House . The last week of the great contest has arrived. How they will all work this week! Our hats are off to all of the hustlers and may the best ones win out! The great struggle Is for the top line not entirely for the Vose grand piano, for these youngsters have great pride in showing their friends that they are made of real metal that can win. It may also be of Interest that notwith standing the fact that the top one will choose the piano, the most of the hust lers are after the scholarships. They are anxious to get educations for them selves and this is the opportunity that none overlooked. There are prizes for many and the hustlers are not over xking the fact that the better the po sition in the line at the close of the contest, the better the choice of prizes will be. A more complete description of the prizes that are being raced for will be found in another column of this morning's Republican. THAT TURKEY Remember that the new subscriptions are what count the fastest in points, and the one that has the greatest num ber of new subscriptions to his credit, for the entire contest will be the one who will carve the turkey Christmas day, and there will be some laudable pride in that fact. coupoVis Everyone should bear in mind that this is the last day that coupons will be good. Those living too far away to send in the coupons personally may mail them and the coupons will be counted if the iost mark on the envelop where mailed, will bear a date not later than today. 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 YO SEMITE VALLEY. ANOTHER FREE ROUND TRIP TO YOSEMITE VALLEY. A VOSE "BABY" OR "HOME" GRAND PIANO, WORTH (1,000. (ON EXHIBITION AT REDEWILL'S MU SIC STORE.) A 50 VICTOR TALKING MA CHINE. (ON EXHIBITION AT MILLER-STERLING CO.'S STORE. CIGARS I by the Box Is our specialty. Coupons with every 25c cash purchase. Drawing Dec. 29th 7:30 p.m. S. H. Dracl.ii.an Cigar Co 'THE BEST ALWAYS : French Embroid'rd Hkfs. 3 for 50c Saturday morning at 9 o'clock we place on sale CO Dress Skirts, every one a well tailored Skirt In black and colors in such stylish materials as Black Voile, Silk. Plain Panama and Chiffon Panama, Grey, Navy and Brown Panama. Wool Rajah and Novelties. These Skirts are all up-to-date styles of the best makes, and on account of the extremely low price we put on this lot we will make no alterations without charges. The prices were $8.75, 110.00, J12.00, $15.00. 117.50. J20.0O, J25.00 and $27.50. Saturday you may take your choice of any at exactly PRICE HUCK TOWELS 12 l-2 20 dozen extra heavy White Huck Towels, size 32x18 inches, a good face towel and worth much more than the price we ask during this sale. 35e TOWELS FOR 25 About 15 dozen extra fine smooth White Linen Huck Towels, size 40x20 inches, in pretty floral de signs, suitable for dresser scarfs or face use, good value in any store at 35c; special today at 25 o Corsets Matchless at the Prices These Corsets are made expressly for us, by the best Corsetiers in this country. It costs the makers nothing for advertising or demonstrating. All we pay for is the materials and work. We are under no obligation to make the prices as high as other Corsets of equal merit sell for. And we don't. The Crown Corsets are growing famous because they are the best In America at the prices. We have Just received several new Long Hip, Brassier Top, High and Medium Bust models for slender and stout people, to be worn with the new Directoire Gowns. Two special numbers at $2.00 and $2.50. Ask our Corset lady to show you. o o w. BEACON ROBING New patterns in "Bea con" Robe Flannels, 30 inches wide, in light grey, tan, garnet and dark grey. These ma terials need no other introduction. The price is, per yard.. 50 INFANTS' SACQUES. Our new line Christ mas White Cashmere Sacques for infants, beautifully embroidered with pink, light blue and white silks, a very handsome line, priced from 81.75 to S3 TAMS AND MUFFS Children's Bear Skin Tains and Muffs to match In brown, white, Copenhagen, red, navy and champagne. Extra good values. Tarns 75k Muffs .....50 KNIT SHAWLS Made of the best qual ity .wools in white, pink, light blue and cardinal; a' well made Shoulder Shawl at 750 Oother better qualities up u S2.50 Christmas Linens We have the most complete collection of Table and Fancy Linens we have shown in many a day, and now is the time to make your Xmas selections while the assortment is fresh. Cluny Pieces, Battenburg Pieces, exclusive Table Sets, Hand Embroidered Pieces, Plain Hemstitched Linens in round or square pieces; Jno. Brown Linens by the yard or In sets, Japanese Drawn Work Pieces and many other fine Linens too numerous to mention. 1 ntEDDTKAR m Voi BLANKETS I - . . " v ' : NIGHT GOWNS $3.50 COMFORTERS FOR 2,78 Ladies' White Outing Flannel Night Goods of heavy One lot of full size Comforters filled with the clem quality material and full sizes, high neck trim- M. uhifB .. -l,ea with the clean- med with Finishing Braid and Ribbon Tier a spe- Mt Wh"e f'Uffy Cottoa A eovered both sides vith daily well made and finished garment. Special at, nn excellent quality figured sateen. We want to each $1.50 reduce our stock., hence .this reduction in price. KNIT SKIRTS PEOPLE WHO ARE EMBROIDERING their o-v : Ladies' Knit Underskirts with stripped flounces and Linens should, haye them stamped at once at "Goid full sizes, colors black and cardinal only. Priced for water's." "Stamping done only in the morning quick selling at, each SI. 00 Prices .reasonable. Teddy Bears at Bargain Prices To start the Xmas shopping off with a rush we place on sale'a big line of Teddy Bears at very mu h un der the regular prices. Bears of the best manufacture. The regular Teddy's range in price from 50 85. S1.35. $2.00. $3.00. $4.50 and $7.50 'tor the real large ones. "RACKET JACK" BEARS in brown and white Uk three' sizes, $1.00. $1.25 nl $1.50. and these price asre fully 25 per cent under the, regular selling price in any store. Special Sale of Dress Skirts ! Oneflalf BATH MATS 85 One lot of heavy Turkish Bath Mats in light blue and navy only, size 45x26 inches, a very special value at each 85 TEDDY BEAR Blankets "Beacon," "Teddy Bear," "Bo Peep" and Fox and the Grapes Blankets for the baby; size 36x50 inches, colors light blue, tan, pink and white; the entire line marked special at, each $1.25 TJnT .T.V TfYYTTQ Christmas package, seals and tags for sending J"L-LjlJ-L lWJ-JO, your Xmas gifts away with. Special prices on '"- Holly Boxes in large quantities. French Hand Made Underwear ,;" What could be more appreciated for an Xmas Gift than a piece of French Hand Embroidered .Vnderwear? -In this line we- excell, and by purchasing now you get the choice of the best designs iiw Corset Covers Chemises, Skirts and Pants. It's the only line of Imported Undermuslins In the city and ; Ut . priced very moderately. -V , V If You Have Weak Longs and have become dlscouraifed u to recovery, remember much can be done by special treat ment, when combined with the right climate. It will cost you nothing to ronaiilt Dr. Hibbard and if cuiable yon will be told so. If incurable you will not be deceived. Many a man is neriounly handicapped by mm obsti nate ailment, and lhu uulitted for pleasure or bii!in-s. Sufferers from chronic disease ot the Throat, Ltintf Hmrt, Stom ach. Livar or Gnito-Uri.ry oruaim unimlii at ouce we lr. Hibbard. He offers the best treatment, the newest remedies nd the most rational methods. Thousands of men have become completely and permonently broken down by ahrsical wsiKnsfi, Such (wh can be cured. The family doclora however, utterly fails. He lacks experience and concentration of faculties, and cannot ac complish what the trained, eduiated specialist does. Blood Poisonlnft and s philitie euiidltioiie, with all that is destructive to the human system can be cured and without in jurious drugs. Kon't fool with electric belts, inexperienced physicians and sample package Hours 1U-12-1-3-6-7. Hibbard Building, 26-28 8.2nd Avenue, oppositt Court House flaza. Alfalfa Hay. per ton 812.00 Oat Hay, per" ton 812.00 Rolled Barley 81.30 Bran 95 White Seed Oats 82.25 Texas Red Oats 82.25 Alfalfa Seed 811.00 A. WHARTON Phone MaiD 224. 117 E. Jeff. St FRIO Standard Table FruiU, reg ular price 20 and 25c per can APRICOTS Cp per can I J U BLACKBERRIES Cp per can J If GRAPES Cp per can iuU PEACHES ICp per can I J U PEARS Cp per can IUU PLUMS ICp per can J U APPLES Cp per can IUU Any of the above fruits $1.75 per doz. We Will Continue Oor SAME SALE For Another Week E. S. Wakelin Oiocer Go. DISTRIBUTORS NEW LOCATION, FIRST AND j ADAMS ST. 1 f U Hi y GOOD PLUMBING Serves you right, saves you trouble. Our work is neat. Is personally guaranteed. Let us j ' pure on your work; It means ..-noney to you; satisfaction, too. Phone Main 221. Jahnson & RemsboHon Practical Plumbers, r 22 N. Second Street. I 1 "' v''HMl,,,,.,t.Hl.. nimniii 1 1 :