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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1909.
Make Your Dairy a Profitable One The sure, positive way is 'through owning a SHARPLES' TUBULAR CREAM SEPARATOR. IL: ftp felii A l$8ft .r ;- ril-I W f ,i 3ts s. v -SsiS-!! that "Write or call for "Business Dairying," a book should be in every dairy. It's free for the asking. EZRA W. THAYER TEMPTATION NOT SIN THOUGHT LEADS TO IT IT MAY BE A MEANS OF GRACE. Sermon of Rev. Henry Martyn Camp bell Yesterday. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine jUIll H H 'H"t-H-H-H'l t H H-1 M K I I i I f I i f I II tM I 111 It ! An Enviable Reputation When you need a plumber the chances are you need him pretty badly. And why not get a good one? Gosart Plumbing Co. 23-30 X. Second Ave. Phone Main 285. Residence Phone Main 230. . jH ,1,,;,; i ; h-W-M-H-H 1 I H ! I HI ! 11 1 1 1 1 I I M I I I Ml 1 I t BROKEN BY WHOLESALE Rev. Henry Martyn Campbell, pas tor of the First Presbyterian church, yesterday morning: preached on "Temptation," using as his text the thirteenth verse of the tenth chapter of First Corinthians: "There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way of escape, that ye may be able to jcar It." The following quotations from the ser mon give an outline of the thoughts presented in the discourse: "There is no more important or prac tical subject on which to speak than the subject of temptation. In our text God assures us that wc can overcome temptation, anj !t should be a com fort to us. "Let us look at some of thn facts relative to temptation, the relation we sustain to tpm,tntioii. nnd th w;iv ivt ' may overcome temptation in our lives. "First of all, temptation is common to all men. The tr.-e that represented temptation in the Oaruen of Ivien was In the center of that garden, so that Adam and Eve could not go about without seeing' it often: so we cannot pass hither and thither without meet ing temptation. There are environ ments in which temptations are not so strong as in others, jet it is every where. St. Anthony, having gone into tile desert to escate temptati.m, re turned to the city, saying that tempta tion was as real in his wilderness her mit's cave as in the midst of crowds of men. Kverything in our lives has something connected with it by way of temptation. "Temptation is not fin. I do not say that temptation does not often lead to sin, but I do say that temptation does 2 1 not always lead us into that which is Jl wrong. A man ma;- be tempted to T commit sin. but if he says '.No,' and J.! stands !; it. he has done no wrong. ! If I intend to do a wrong, but am pre- vented by some circumstance. I have sinned, though the net itself has not been committed. Temptation Is not sin, but yielding to it is. howsoever far I go. Christ was tempted. bu He committed no sin. Not only is It not Carter s Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of See Fac-Slmlle Wrapper Below. I? Terr amIl amd aa mmmy to take ma eagaa. CARTERS OlTTLE II PILLS. FOR HEADACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR BIU3USSSESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THE COMPLEXION Iscwts I Purely Vetatlo.-. JM) &'. 1 CURE SICK HEADACHE. Modern, American and Stylish Our efforts in procuring for you light weight, comfortable clothes for Spring and Summer have been directed to one goal: The Stein-Bloch Smart Tailor Shops for Men. Wc believe that no clothing man can be rightly en titled to his public's regard unless he makes it his serious business to find out for them what they are too busy to find out for themselves: The real style of the season, the tailoring that is the best, the tone that is the truest. Our style rooms are at your disposal, and you can see finished what you are buying. $25.00 buys an excellent suit. you LL no VZTTEH A 10 The customer to whom he sold the wine was a minor, so that was one offense. His selling without a license included three, and his selling at all without having apprised the internal I revenue of his intentions was another. I sisted comes to be a means of grace to sin to be tempted, but temptation re- in hings of that kind, but into sin, but, when led on to sin, they may go on, and on, and on In It. Often it is the consciousness that we may lead others into sin that Impels us to do the right. Surely the thought that we may lead others Into sin ought to make us walk softly, think carefully. act w isely, ami oe earnest in an our nn-s mouth. Sometimes it seems we "ves- J are more concerned about what men "How may we overcome temptation? j think of us than what God think This is the practical part of it all. "To of us. be forewarned. Is to be forearmed.' The, "The only way In which we can pos secret of the fact that there Is so much j sibly be successful in overcoming sin all about us is that we are ignorant t temptation is to put our hands in the or the power of temptation, the power hands of Jesus Christ. If we do we of-' evil In our lives. It is true that are safe; if We do not, we are not safe, there would he no drunkards if men I know of no better advice to jive to would not take the rirst glass. It is any one than the words of our text, as true In reference to other expert- ( God is able to help us, and willing to ences. If we realized how a certain give us the victory." temptation would lead us astray. I am j . sure we would be more careful about OUTriTTEHS TO MEft . 4AO soys If You HaY8 Weak Longs Whf foot amfc arrt Announcement!?! Owtr rmtmyfr yean iamm fotmce ytr Phonttx. clew fort at prrwM locinoa Doom com and go Or Httofeard ay What better proof of vera, lytpft tm4 iluepy and nave become dipronraged as to recovers it-member much can be done by special treat ment, when combined with the right climate. It will cost you nothing to consult Dr. Hibbard aiid if uuiable yon will be told so. li incurable you will not be deceived. Many a man is seriously handicapped by some obsti nate ailment and thus unfitted for pleasure or business. Sufferers from chronic disease ol the Throat, Lunge. Hvart, 5tom ch, Li-wair or Gatnito-Urtsaatry organs should at once see Dr. Hibbard. He offers the best treatment, the newest remedies nd the most rational methods. Thousands o( men have become completely and permonently broken down by vhrslcsl wsallntli, Such cases can be cured The family doctors however, utterly fails. He lacks experience and compensation of faculties, and cannot ac complish what the trained, educated specialist does. Blood Poisoning and syphilitie conditione.wiih ail that is destructive to the tattnan system can be cured and without in jurious drugs. Ixn't fool with electric belts, inexperienced phrsicians and nam pi.' packages Hours 10-12-1 3-6-7. Hibbard Building, 4i- H. 2nd Avenue, opposllt Court House i'laza Gentlemen II EIHII1MEII IT Comprehensive Crime Committed Un der Cover of a Soda Water Joint. Recardo Moreno was arrested yes terday by Constable Murphy for a de fiance of the national, territorial, coun- Then. selling on Sunday was still an other. His arrest has brought out that wine or whisky has been obtainable at Mo reno's staid when it could not be ob tained easily anywhere else. It was also brought out that Moreno appre ciated the risk he was running, and that he made his customers pay for ty and municipal governments, in j for he charged double prices or more. The bov who bought the wine paid fifty cents for it. and it was the cheap est kind of wine, the kind that makes the consumer climb a tree or assault his mother-in-law without sufficient provocation. Moreno will have a hearing before Justice Johnstone today. which he committed at least six crimes in one. Moreno, for a long time, had been conducting what was supposed to be a harmless soda-water jo'nt, and in that occupation he was supposed to be lending aid and moral support to . tlie temperance movement. His sUind has been a sort of mova ble festival, though it has not wan dered far from Fourth and Jackson .treets. For some time the authori- j ties have suspected him of carrying; a side line, consisting of something harder than soda, pop or co.-a cola, ! of people registered at the Post Office but that was all suspicion until yes-j News Store. Se the dispay advertise terday morning, w hen the officer, from i ment in another column. a point of vantage, saw him hand out I o . a bottle of wine. He nailed him on See Dr. Swigert for correct glasses, the spot. i 17 E. Adams St. Phone Red 2461. the man who wishes to make It so. 'Hlessed is the man who endureth temptation." Just as fire is needed in order to make steel, so the temptations that try our strength fit us better for the life we must live. Man;- a man who toda" stands high in the Chris tian life does so because of the ex periences in the awful environment from which he has risen. "What is our relation to temptation? We have all fallen. We have all heard the voice of Satan and have vielded. Although we have fallen, yet -There is hope, and there mav be in us that which shall make us strong In the do ing of tie work that we have to per form. We may make our sins 'step ping-stones to higher things.' John Reading on Saturday Night at the Indian School. it. The story of Achan Illustrates the way sin comes into our lives. He f-aw among the forbidden spoils of the city of Jericho the beautiful garments, the silver, and the gold; he desired them: and then he took them. There was no harm In seeing them, no harm in want- much harm in the taking of them.1 We should be forf warned, end then we will be better able to resist the temp tations that come. "Then, we should keep awav from temptation as far as "e can; mingle a reading from their poems on Satur- iu little iw nnutiiltlc ifitli tlio tlitncru! . . . . ... ... . . that have temvtation in them. 'Lead us not into temptation.' 'If thy right hand offend thee, cut it off.' "Rolort K. Sleer, sitting at a great banquet where were gathered the highest men . of the country, expressed to one of the company his surprise that only one of the men at the table was drinking. J His companion replied: 'We are living' at too nign a tension; it is a time i .lit when everything depends on the ac- "Bob White," "At the Ostrich Farm" Mr. Downing. Mendelssohn's "Spring Song" Miss Belle Smith. Reading, "The Country Cousin," "The First Family Quarrel" Mrs. Downing. Reading. "The Old Home Farm," "The Red Bird," "Wha' Dat Xlggah" Mr. Downing. Reading, "An Auto Ride" Mrs. Downing. Reading. "The Airship" Mr. Down ing. Orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Downing gave reading from their poems on Satur day night at the Indian school before a large and appreciative audience. The readings were from the published works of Mr. arid Mrs. Downing as well as from others which have been com pleted since the publications of their volumes. One of them, "The Airshio," was finished by Mr. Downing as late as Friday, a humorous reply to or Get Those Glasses Now Dr. L. M. Swigert. of Swigert Bros.'. Opticians, will close their office for the summer season this year on June 5th for two and a half months. If there is anything the matter with your eyes or in need of glasses that "fit in every detail," see us now. Hours: 9 to 12 and l'to 5. Other times by appoint ment. 17 K. Adams st., across from Adams Hotel. Phone Red 2641. EVERYBODY HAPPY Around the Busy Drug Store. They have been Informed by the Western Drug Company of Los Ange les, who are also manufacturers of high-grade Soda Fountains that they have shipped the most attractive FOUNTAIN ever turned out of their shop, and say that it will be a credit to the most POPULAR DRUG STORE in Phoenix, as there will be no other companion piece of Mrs. Downing 's "An so attractive in ARIZONA not likely to take any chances.' Don't j LOOK AT OHIO. See how Ohio looms up in the list Bunyan climbed to the very heights. I walk in the dark places; get jut into though in his youth he was looked the light; keep as, far from tcinpta upon as an example of the verv es- j lion as possible. sence of sinfulness. David anj Peter "It requires courage to resist tmf are examples of those who have fallen, tatlon. A Christian voting man who and yet risen again to the heights. j had spent Borne time in the army, said 'We may by the life we are living that it took more courage to kneel be tempting those about us. Emphasis down before his Cod and offer up his i should bo laid on the fact that our daily prayers in the presence of thirty influence may not onlv lead others scoffing men than to face the can non oi a single moment ami so we are Auto Rlllp .. u.hl(.h Homp time fln. peared in The Republican. The following was the program: Orchestra. Reading, "Three Oypsies." "Th Minister's Wooing" Mrs. Downing. Reading. "Destiny," "A Summer Night." "The Hassayampa" Mr. Downing. Reading, "A Trip to Europe" Mrs. Downing. Reading, "Song of the Sand Storm," CONTEST NOTICe. 3E. NOTICE During our Inventory Sale new bargains not advertised will be displayed every day. j Remnants j SSlGl' of Dress Goods, Silks, Wash floods. Dninps; tips linpn TVTiiA gsjaammaiwa - - , . . Goods, at greatly reduced prices, j THE BEST ALWAYS INVENTORY SA SILK DRESSES Never before did we offer such bargains as these. Our entire stock of SKk Dresses has been cut down in prices. Cash here will do a lot. Here are some reductions: J20.00 Silk Dresses today S12.95 J25.00 Silk Dresses today 8 16 95 J27.50 Silk Dresses today SI 7.95 t32.50 Silk Dresses today S21.95 135.00 Silk Dresses today S2l!95 ti'tM Silk Dresses today...; S29!75 $50.00 Silk Dresses today S33!85 JS5.00 Silk Dresses today S56i95 Wool Dress Goods Reductions We have cut these prices so much that you can not afford to overlook a bargain like this: All 50c qualities going at, yard 32 All 75c qualities going at, yard 45 All $1.00 qualities going at, yard 02 lie Ail $1.2.ri qualities going at. yard 12 Ail $1.50 'qualities going at. yard 95 All $1.73 qualities going at, yard S51.10 Crash Toweling 10V9c We have 5 pieces of Unbleached Linen Crash, heavy quality, for roller towels, 16 inches wide, at, per 'ard 10 l-2t Glass Toweling 13c About 10 pieces of red and blue checked Glass Toweling going at, per yard J3 1"2 20c Huck Towels 16c ".0 dozen of these good quality Towels going at 16 . 15c Huck Towels llc 23 dzen Huck Towels, good size, go ing at .,.....,..... Continued Monday A Shoe Bargain. Ladies Tan Pumps, calf, welt sole, Cuban heel. Ask for No. H 130. Regular price $4, Sale price. . .$3.25 Ladies Oxford, blucher cut, wine col. calf, welt sole. Cuban heel. Ask for No. Blo4. ' Regular price $5.00. s1 ,ricu S3.45 Don't Overlook These Silk Bargains. FOULARD SILKS and Fancy Taffetas of our reg ular $1.00 and $1.23 qualities. Kxclusive patterns. Per yard , 49 ROSCO SILKS in plain and fancy colors, worth ::c. Sale price 22 1 2c ROSCO SILK, fancy designs only. Value 4Mc. Sale price 27 12 59c ROSCO SILK, beautiful Foulard patterns, per yar(1 37 l-2 ROUGH SHANTOONG SILK SUITING, two colors only. You should see this C9c Silk, now going 111 37 1 2r CREPE DE CHINE, 24 inches wide, in brown, pearl and cardinal. Our regular price 00c per yard. Sale I,rice 33 Leather Hand Bags Reduced to such small prices that it will enable you to get a fine quality bag for the price of one of in ferior quality. $1.00 Bags now 65c $3.00 Bags now... $1.95 $1.50 Bags now 95c $.".00 Bugs now... $3.25 $2.00 Bags now... $1.35 $7.00 Bags now... $4.75 Our New Parasols Are going at cost prices, some going at cost. Just read these reductions: 75c Parasols now... 50c $1.00 Parasols now.. 65c $1.50 Parasols now $1.00 $1.75 Parasols now $1.20 $2.oo Parasols now $1.35 $2.50 Parasols now $1.70 $3.00 Parasols now $2.00 $3.50-Parasols now $2.35 less than $4.00 Parasols now $2.70 $4.50 Parasols now $3.00 $3.00 Parasols now $3.35 $6.00 Parasols now $4.00 $7.30 Parasols now $5.00 $11 Parasols now $7.35 $15 Parasols now $10.00 Department of the Interior, United States Land Office Phoenix, Ari zona, April 20, 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Thomas J. Webb, contestant, against Homestead Entry No. 1009, Serial 02201, made September 14, 1909, for N SE N'i SW'4, Section 30. Town ship 1 N., Range I E.. G. & S. R. B. and Meridian, by Philip T. Walsh, contestee, in which it is al leged that said Phillip T. Walsh has abandoned said land for the last six months and' has never madeiis home thereon, nor has he made any im provements on said land of any kind whatever; said parties are hereby not ified to appear, respond, and offer evi dence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a.m., on May 28, 1909, before Register and Receiver XI. S. Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona. The said contestant having, in a proper Affidavit, filed April 26, 1909, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice cannot be made. It is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publica tion. CHARLES E. ARNOLD, Receiver. 90c Wash Goods 25c About 50 pieces of imported Wool Wash Goods, consisting of fine plain and figured Flannels. Sharleys etc. They certainly will appeal to you when you see them. They're worth from 60c to 90c per yard. Sale price 25 25c Men's Black Socks 12c They're silk finished cotton seconds all sizes, only small lot. 35c Ladies' Hose 19c We have them in Tan, Champagne, Burgundy and Brown. All sizes. 39c Ladies' Hose 25c These come in black only. All sizes. Small quan tity. "Rugby" Stockings 19c This is the right kind for school use. Buy them today at this price. Children's White Hose 12c A lot of Children's White and Cream Colored Hose, worth a lot more; today, per pair 12 1"2 $1.25 Women's Ribbed Vests 79c We haven't many of these Vests, so better come early. They're Swiss ribbed. - . . Watch for the remaining chapters of Harold McGrath's great storv. "The Lure of the Mask." now running as a serial in The Republican. This was the hit of the season and will hold the reader'3 attention from start to finish. rv fi : FOR RENT Finely furnished house. ments; fine lawn, plenty of shade: piano, library, etc. Inquire of Sam X. Seip, 40 E. Washington st.' ANDREW H. MILLER, Mgr. Main 121. THE MAIL ORDER STORE. Red Cedar Flakes Are you going away for the summer? Don't forget that nothing excells Red. Cedar Flakes in keeping moths out of the clothing. We also carry When You S 10 E A 5c Cigar Get the Best YourMonsy Will Buy -The- - Contest 5c Cigar I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE! E.S.Wakelin Grocer Go. I DISTRIB'JTORS tW4tIlll M 1 11 1 1 1 in i u.j. 'M H M I I I I I I H I I M I 1 I I LAUNDRY I SATISFACTION !! I "The girl from up there," says, ! ! . . there isn't a collar, cuff, or ; ; shirt front laundered anywhere ' 1 1 In this country that can com- ', ! . . pare with our laundry work. !: PHOENIX LAUNDRY !! ; ; Phone Main 130. ; I I 1 1 I I 1 1 I M I H 11 i 1 1. 1 K MR. E. OLSEN, AGT. SALVAR CO., PHOENIX. I wish to let you know the won derful effects of your medicine upon me. Will aay after using your med icine for three daya I was very much relieved, and In one week pain had entirely ceaaed. Would recommend thia medicine to any one affected with kidney trouble, aa I feel ati. fied It haa effected a permanent cure on ma.-- Youra truly. V MOTH BALLS G. R. WILLISCRAFT.