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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, DECE3IIJER 7, 10S.
I Are You Ready for Christmas? There are lots of considerations preceding the Christ mas Holidays and we want to assist you in getting ready. In preparation for your assistance we have thought over a lot of very pretty useful gifts and have them on display awaiting you. In Our ReadytoVear Department You will find a display of choice Garments of all styles for both Ladies and Misses, from a handsome Tailored Suit to a Lawn Shirt Waist, and the price range is so great that you can find it at whatever you care to invest. LADIES' SUITS, LADIES' SILK DRESSES, LADIES' SKIRTS, KIMONAS, DRESS ING SACQUES, SILK PETTICOATS, and a most complete line of SHIRT WAISTS of Lllerty Satin, Lace, Xet. Messaline, Madras or Lawn, and a pretty showing of Lingerie. We know you can find what you are looking for and we know the prices are right. Merely as an indication let us suggest a suitable gift, one that will last and thereby the memories will also linger. Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries and Gloves of all kinds, the long or the short; we have both, and in either Kid, Suede, Silk or Lisle from J4 to 50c a pair. Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Neckwear, Hand Bags. Also some extremely attractive Waist Patterns put up in individual patterns, tied with bright ribbons and all ready to put in the Christmas box. Prices for the patterns are from Tic to 1 3.00. 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 t 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 TROUBLES IN THE WAY OF THE UNBELIEVER The Sermon Yetterday Evening of Rev. Mr". Campbill of t!i Presbyterian Church. You haven't very, much time to think about it if you want your box to reach " back home" in good A time. So come in and take advantage of our assistance. Wc will gladly give it in any way we may. Nemo Corsets Dents Gloves Standard Patterns Black Cat Hosiery 4444444444444444444444444444444444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 4 OSTRICH PLUMAGE Special Christmas Sale Beginning at 10 cm. Monday we will open the most sensational sale of Ostrich Feather Goods ever started in Arizona. THESE ARE A FEW HINTS: PLUMES regularly sold for $10.00 will be S7.60 PLUMES regularly sold for $5.00 will be S 4.00 PLUMES regularly sold for $4.25 will be S3.23 fBISBEE THREATENED ! WITH AN EPIDEMIC Cases of Scarlet Fever Springing Up On All Sies. $2.50 LOOK ! PLUMES FOR $1.00 They Cost More Than $1.00 at Wholesale Finest Grades in either White or Black. Same kind of discounts on TIPS, BOAS, Etc. Buy direct from us and you will get the best in the world's market and save all the profits of eastern agents. Arizona grown Feathers are the finest grown in any part of the world. Uhe Arizona Ostrich Farm Salesroom Corner 1st St. and Adams. I Why Not Save Money By buying your lumber of the new firm. The O'Mailey Lumber Co. We have bought out tn E-eMund Lumber Co. and expect to carry the largest and beat stock of lumber and building materials ever brought to Phoenix. We will make the price right and guarantee the grades. Let us figure with s-ou. Tours to please. The O'Mailey LumberCo. TO THE PUBLIC I have secured the services of a Mr. Behny, direct from the Pioneer Transfer Co. of Los Angeles, who is an expert in Handling Safes, Pianos, Furni ture and Machinery. Let us figure with you on any class of hauling and see if we cannot Save You Money. Wagons of every description can be had on short notice. Phone Main 16. LIGHTNING DELIVERY 16 S. CENTER ST. j Iiis-l-ce, Dec. 3. (Special f'frrcsp'.n I dence of The Republican.) Much un j easiness is felt among the parents of ' children of school afie over the scarU t ; fever cases found In various Darn of the city. On Monday six cases veie known to exist and parents were ask , ing jiermission of the school author i ities to keep their children at home. Thi permission was given by the , board of health. Yesterday eight new I cases developed which greatly in ', creases the apprehension and it is very I probable that a shut down of the city schools will be ordered. A number of cases were discovered In the school room among the Mexican children by j the teachers but when the authorities i were notified they were unable to io- cate their homes pmvir.i; that the ; Mexicans were not disclosin .; the cases ; of illness because of fear of the guar- antin". In a heated quarrel over a Mexican cirl. Tamuilo Madril a r-iilnt if Tintown, wan probably fata:iy stabbed last night night by Augustine Torres. Torres is being held In the branch county jail awaiting the outcome of Madril's injuries. ' Receiver T. X. Lakin of the defunct First National bank announces that he has received permission from Wash ington to make an initial panirnt of twenty per cent to the creditors of that institution. It will take about two Weeks for the necessary formalities to be complied " ith but the receiver is confident that he wil: be able to make the payments in time for the purchase oi .-cw ears gifts. Henry Aiken and W. J. Rtiford, who went as representatives of a party of T'.i.sb.e people, to inspect certain lands in Oxaea which were being offered for sale by a Kansas City syndicate have returned and denounce the proposi tion as a fraud In the strongest possi ble terms. Thev state that the land is worth about twelve and a half cents per acre. The Detroit capitalists who were stated some days ago in The Re publican to be on their way to Risbee to examine the proerty of the Risbee Extension company arrived in the city today. The party was headed ty W. A. Yawkey, owner of the Detroit Ti. gers and he was accompanied by W. J. Rchulze. a mining engineer, and F. R. Ross and F. D. Craig, other capi talists. They will make a thorough examination of the property tomorrow and if they find the showing favorable will probably take over the remainder of the treasury stock which will en able the company to at once resume active work. This property Is consid ered among the most promising in the district. The high school girls left this even ing for Tucson tiplay basket ball to morrow and next day. Two games are scheduled, one with the Tucson high school and the other with the second team of the V. A. Cashier Hood of the Miners Merchants- bank today received word from Last night the pastor. Rev. Henry M. Campbell of the Presbyterian church, preached on the theme "Difficulties of unbelief," using as a text a part of the sixty-eighth verse of the sixth chapter of John, "Lord, to whom shall we go?" The following quotations from the dis course give an outline of the thoughts brought out. "Lord, to whom shall We go?" A serious dilemnia. Give tip your faith in God, and the Rible, and Christ, and the Holy Spirit, and life, and 111 mor tality and Where aro you? Those thoughts are sugBPsted to u by this simple little question HsUed tit It was. "Unbelief has never accor.ijillshftd anything good In the world, in the strict sense of the word. The word is negative. It is a very easy thing to tear down, but It is not so easy to build up. Give me a hatchet and in a few moments I can render worthless Ra phael's matthies.4 painting of the trans figuration. With my knife in a mo ment I can destroy the roso which It took God a whole year, perhapi", to make. It is easy for a man to turn his back and say, "I will have nothing to do with It." "Unbelief does not relate us In neu tral way to God. We must lake a stand. We must decide whether we believe or not. You are for or against God. I'll not cease to believe as I do till you give tne something better. Un belief is unable to give us anything better than we have. "Unbelief does away with the word of God. It Is easier to believe the Rible than not to believe it. If you believe In a man, you must believe that God made him. Can you believe that my coat had a maker but that the old world did not? "Unbelief does away with a here after. I continue to say, 'Until you can give me something better, I shall be lieve in this truth." In every day life you do Tiot give up one thing that is good and useful till you have some thing better to take Its place. It is as easy to believe in the relation, of the soul to God as to believe in the rela tion of man to the monkey. Material ism says that when we are dead, wc are dead; ;but there Is a longing In us for life after death: who put it there? It is easier to believe than to doubt. "Unbelief at its worst says there is no God. O, the Inconsistency of the man who dares to look up into the ht-aven and say, 'There is no God.' "The fool hath Fiild in hi.-- heart. "There is no God." ' H-re is a rose. You can't lix.k on its h.-auty and not get a vision of Him who is back of It. We think our world is large, but yonder in the sky H a comet. Scientists tell us the diameter of its head is 347.000 miles; behind it is a tail one hundred thirty two millions of miles in length. Yet little man dares to stand and say, 'It Is all .' "God help us to stop doubting. Down deep in our heart of hearts we know it is easier to bfiieve than to doubt. Get a vision of God from his book. 'Lord, to whom shall we go?" Belief is the best thing I know. I am not going to give up what I have till I get some thing better." There was a large attendance at the morning service. There were thirty- five accessions, seven of the new mem bers entering by profession of faith and baptism. Representatives of young America in Phoenix ought to be plea-scd, Waki man. from the "east. Is making those Delicious Ice Cream Cones at 238 E. Wash. St. and serving a variety of ice cream. From all Indication he has started off with a bang. MR. DAVIE'S MOVEMENTS R. P. Davie, manager of the Southwestern Sugar & Land company, has had what he called rather a busy time since leaving here two weeks ujn. He went from here to California, then to Salt Lake City, uhtre he had some business engagements, then to his main office in Grand Junction, then to Colorado Springs, from there to Chicago. Detroit ai.d New York. To day he leaves the metropolis for Miami, Florida and from there he is expected to return to Phoenix, either direct or some other way. His Itin erary seems to include wherever the train goes, for he has business almost everywhere. Incidentally no time is being lost here during his absence. The west well at the sugar factory has been tested and has a regular flow of 400 gallons ier minute. The new drilling rig was put into com mission on Saturday and will lie kept busy until the company has all the welis it can imagine it will ever have any use for. Ed Moore who was injured by falling from a train near Duran, N. -M., some weeks ago that he would .eventually recover the full use of his limbs as the paralysis was gradually leaving and that his back was not broken as at first supposed. He is now at the rail road hospital at Alamagordo but will he unable to leave the institution for some time to come. Considerable interest attaches to the meeting of the Arizona Rankers' Asso ciation in this city tomorrow and preparations ate being made to royally entertain the visiting bankers. Satur day evening a banquet will be given the visitors at the Copper Queen hotel. John Mafeo today returned from the Pasteur instute at Austin where he went some time ago for treatment be cause of an encounter with a wolf. His condition was despaired of when he first arrived at the Institute and his recovery' is a fine testimonial to the excellence of the treatment. H-H-i-ri-l -H 1 1 ! 'VH-H lllll ME Shake Your troubles by a change from coffe to P0STUM "THERE'S A REASON" Hear Ye 1 Something of Interest to Hear Ye T We open December with the T largest business ever experi enced in our houes. We will T have extra clerks and guarantee T to give you the "biggest run" X for your money you ever re ceived In Phoenix, as a starter. Fine Eastern Uncanvassed Bacon, per lb., by piece only (packing house weights) 12d t 300 Sacks of the finest Northern California Po- T tatoes, all you want, by sack only SI. 50 T 12 lbs. for X H-M-fr-H-H-H-M-fr-K-fr Every One December 7th, 1908, opens one of the most interesting contests ever held in Arizona. $100 to be given to the Ladies' Aid Society turning in to this store the greatest number of coupons on or before March 26th. This includes every Ladies' Aid in Maricopa county. How to obtain these coupons: This is where we are interested. One coupon given with each cash purchaes of 50c. The parties get ting these coupons can turn them to the Ladies' Aid Societies that enter in this contest. We will suggest that these coupons be turned into the store once a week or as often as convenient, by some offi cer of each society. For any further information see DorrisHeyman FurnitureCo 3 Cans Best Standard To- matoes 23? T Per case of 24 cans 2.00 t No tickets with these specials. Sale commences Friday and continues Friday, Saturday and Monday if specials are not all sold. McKEE'S Cash Store L COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS. F Noble Block. 22 N. 1st Ave. ti ll I I I I H-H-W-H-H-H-K- IT IS A FACT t I l-IAI TUU MAKt M BAY ING BY USING SHERWIN WIL LIAMS PAINTS. CALL AND GET COLOR CARDS AND IN- ' FORMATION AT ' jj RYDER'S LUMBER YARD TtS SUERWIH-WIIUAIIS PAINTS PHOENIX. TEMPE. GLENDALE. ! H"M"M 1 I -W4-HH-WH-W-I I I ! I I 5 1 AAA .?? A . i J. itJ. .J. ! .J. AAA . A. j ( Sacrifice --Sale- TO INVESTORS BIG AND LITTLE BUY STOCK OF THE SIN RIVAL MILLING & MINING CO. It Pays Dividends NO ROOM HERE FOR DETAILS. TELL YOU ABOUT IT AT 37 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona '. -H-8-H HI! I ? I ! 1 'H M 11 t H"H H-W-H-W-K 1 I 1 I ! I I 1 1 I I I On Men's and Ladies' OXFORDS On Patent, Vici and Tan Nothing Reserved All Must Go Men's Oxfords, i? $i, $5, $6 Grades, T.or1ifc' rYfnrr1: fr r $3.50, $1 Grades, VL.ld I Vita Nuevo Mineral Springs & BiLoZone Med. Co. Generous Offer to the Sick of Phoenix We will treat all cases, chronic or acute, from $3.00 per month and up, with all advice and medicine furnished. We successfully treat the following diseases: Incipient Tuberculosis, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Catarrh in any form. Rheumatism, Kidney and Bladder Trouble, Stomach Troubles, Sick Heaadche, Malaria, Enemia, Con stipation, Liver Troubles, Gall Stones, Blood Disorders, no matter from what cause. Skin Diseases. Consultation FREE by our Dr. Aiton, the eminent Physician and Surgeon. 20 years" experience. We give no drugs. Office hours: 9 to 11 a.m., 2 to S and 7 to 8 p.m. 33 East Adams St. Phone Red 242L ALSO DRINK OUR SPARKLING VI-TO-ZONE Delicious Table Water; health in every drop; at all dealers, or Vito Neuvo Mineral Springs office, 33 E. Adams St. Phone Red 2421. Ask about it. Vila Nuevo Mineral Springs S IMo-Zone Med. Co. The Alkire Co. 27-29 E. Washington St SHOE AND STOCKING STORE All Shoe and Store Fix tures For Sale. HAMILTON BROS. PIANOS and ORGANS Piano Tuning 245 E. Washington St. Tel. Red 2031 Saddles and! Guns New and Second Hand Bought, i Sold and Ex- changed. Harry Friedman 40 South Center St. I Y II lllll 111 H 1 1 11 IIIIIIHillllHIIUHlUMM Standard Furniture Co. A complete line of New and Second Hand Furniture. Rugs. Crockery and Granlteware. T WE SELL FOR LESS Phone Main 357. 34-38 W. Washington. h i i niniitntun 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 mi ii Mighty Good Pianos for Very Little Money m J DEAL, ti There is every reason why u should buy your Xmas of the Allen House, THE OUSE OF THE SQUARE where frankness, out-in- rvihfl .ntT-,r.-ii infiiMHiM oi merciian- uiiij iucaii; wnere every Piano bears a guarantee as to its quality and durability, and tiiat guarantee is backed up to . the last ditch. Buck of all is the Allen reputation for quality and low prices, and after con sideration that protects you and insures your perfect satisfaction. "Vitate, Before Buying Elsewhere I THE WILEY B.ALLEN CO. -f f P. C. PADDOCK, Mgr. X T PHONE BLACK 8204. 5 WEST WASHINGTON. '-r-H-'HHH-H l