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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1909. Store Closed All Day Today EZRA W. THAYER m i h i hi ii 1 1 1 hi iii n u 1 1 ft 1 1 1 1 1 mi nit nK"i'i 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. 28-30 N. Second Ave. Phone Main 285. Residence Phone Main 230. '1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 I 1 I t 1 1-1 1 1 H 1 I t I I H I "1 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 i I' WINNERS OF DICK ERDMANS' CONTEST Three Times Ten Reasons Why the Salt River Valley Is the Proper Place to Invest. After three days of aortitis anil rea soning, the jii'ifc'es in the Pick Erd mans Reason t'ontest have at last picked the winners. The results will come unexpected, in that the winner i f the first prize was a eirl l; years of aiL'e living- in Oklahoma, the suc cessful second a rhymer of only 13 years ami the lucky contestant In the third place another jrirl of just years. All of the contestants are clear think ers, c lose observers and clever jugglers of the American language. Kuch of the winners handled the contest in a different manner, and each came to a c-omplite climax. Miss Gladys Powell of Granite, Okla homa, winner of first place, took up the ten reasons, originally, analytically, aad brought out ten points that will Celebrate The Fourth By doing the Iceless Fountain. That we make the finest egg drinks and ades is rec ognized by every one who has ever visited the Iceless. Cool Summer j Gowns The coolest summer gown is the Lingerie. Proper for any.; occasion. The swetlest line in the city. Something for every taste. FRANCIS Coi 2nd & "Wash. Sis.' be hard to heat. When she finished, she stopped, and was done. Dixon Hell, who came under the wiro, second, knows the mystic ways of the rhymster, and sets forth ten reasons in a rhyme that runs easily and klres him the second best place. Dorothy Faulkner, like Dixon Bell, a resident of Phoenix, presents ton rea sons "why" that cannot help but con vince, and stick in the mind of the reader. Her pretty figures of speech clothe her reasons nicely. There were several hundred answers that were good, and maybe gome nii,h, tLlnb ..... .... Ivott,, thm (hit ! tines chosen, but it happened in this case that the Judges concluded that these people earned the places, hjiJ therefore the results are as they are. J Answers came from all over the west, Iand Mr. Krdmans has a thousand rea sons "'why" that he never drimed ex isted. In every way the contest wan a success, and he feels very gTatified j over the outcome. I By Gladys Powell, Granite, okla . noma, age 12 years, winner of the io I f n gold : First The Salt River valley has tho j most fertile soil and finest climate for agricultural purposes. Hi-cond The valley is assured of an abundant water supply, as the Roose velt dam is almost completed and tho immense amount of wat'ir conserved by this dam will guarantee sufficient moisture at all times for the variouos 1 crops. I Third Owing to the lack of humld , it v. the climate of Phoenix is excep i tionally beneficial to those afflicted wiht lung trouble, anil this one fat makes phoenix an ideal health resort, j Fourth Phoenix is the capital of i the territory, bnated in tho central : par of the territory, and a large num- her of federal institutions are located I lu re, including a large Indian school, f Fifth Phoenix is the natural center of the stock raising section ajid always will be. Sixth Phoenix is in the heart of the Orange Belt, and will eventually become the chief packing and shipping point for that industry. Seventh The climate and other conditions of the Salt River Tftlley make it particularly adaptable to the raising of the Ostrich, for their feath ers. Nowhere else in the United- States can they be raised so cheaply and with suc h large profits as in the Salt River valley. Kighth The railroads of the terri tory are all looking for lower grades, and there is absolutely no doubt but that Phoenix will be the greatest rail road center of the territory at no dis tant date. N'inth The immerse amounts of water and electrical power made avail able by the Roosevelt dam, together with the location in the midst of a fioh agricultural country, will make Phoe nix a manufacturing center. There axe now being operated a sugar fac tory, pickle factory and factory for tho manufacture of ostrich plumes, eto. Tenth The last and most important reason is that there is an urgent need for a large city In the territory, there being no city between El Paso and Is Angeles, and as Phoenix has tho climate, water, location, fruit, vego tables, live stock and will have the fac tories and the railroad connections, which make her the supply point for mining camps in all directions, there Is absolutely nothing that can provent her growth, and the time to invest Is now, before the boom comes. By Dixon Bell. 2201 West Madison, age 13 years, who took second placA winning the J3 in gold, is a son of Ed itor Bell of The Arizona Dcmocrat: I've been thlnkin ami a thinkin' 'Rout the reasons as to why Iand in this Salt River valley All the folks should come and buy. First we're going to be admitted To the Fnion pretty soon, Then the prire of Phoenix hinds Will just so seootin' to the moon. W SE E CLOSE SIX DAY TO MONDAY, JULY 5 ;0UR GREAT: ASON-END ' GLEANU CONTINUES TUESDAY MORNING Come Early and Share These Bargains Mil 4 1 SALE u "BETTER AT OUTFITTEKS TO MEM' ajwt) -Boys And the government is building That great big Roosevelt dajii. And 1 tell you when it's finished It will be the dam what am. For the water'll be so plenteous As o'er the ground it flows It will make the desert place: Bloom and blossom like the rose. Dad says the land is fertile As the valley of the Xile, And the feller who will buy now Will be sure to make his pile. ranges grow so sweet ami Juicy When you get one you are tickled,.. But vhere's nothing quite, so toothsome As a valley olive pickled. They do say there's nothing sweeter Than a valley sugar beet. But these Arizona lassins To my mind are powerful neat. Then the bees from sweet alfalfa, blooms Kach day are making honey Just another way of coinin' Valley products into money. Good old Bossy softly muches On her sweet alfalfa hay. Turns it into milk ami butter In her un;t-ssum!ng way. Then Aunt Mandy has her jxmltry. Specially the hens that lay. Turning products Into money. Only in another way. All the hills around this valley With th- ir mines of gold and ore. Will help Tnako abundant market For the valley farmers' store. 1 ) And the climate is so healthful Alwavs like- the month of May, When a feller once has tried it He is mighty apt to stay. Bring yer kids, yer friends and neigh bors, Fer I tell yer we ain't foolln Right here in this sheltered valley They can have the best of scoolin". If inclined to be religious. Our moral tone is high. All the churches will be scattered O'er the vallev bye and bye Good roads, bridges, railroads, street rs rs. And so forth, will soon be built. Gntting up our peaceful valley I. ike our grandmaw's crazy ipiilt. You can Fee there is one thing certain. And it's sure forever more, 'Less yer buy land in a hurry, Yer won't touch the ground floor. I have give yer twenty reasons And yer only asked fcr ten; I could give yer fifty others. But I'll quit right here, by I fen. By Dorothy Faulkner, of 1730 West Monroe street, age 9 years, who won third place, receiving the l in gold: Why is real estate in Phoenix and Salt River valley a good investment? First Because Phoenix is the me tropolis of Arizona, with good schools, churches, street cars, telephones, beau tiful avenues and shady streets; a city of homes, where property is constantly increasing in value, and the city is Just entering an era of great prosperity. Second Because by the building of the Roosevelt dam the Salt River val ley is assured of an ample supply of water for irrigation for all time. Third Because the climate is ideal and healthful and invigorating. Fourth Because you can engage profitably In diversified farming, grow ing wheat, barley, alfalfa, beets, mel ons, fruits, vegetables; can raise stock, chickens, etc, and are not dependent on any on crop. Fil th Because you have a home and export market for all you raise. Sixth Bec-au.se Salt River valley products, whether oranges, melons, stock, chickens, etc., command the highest market prices. Seventh Because a ten-acre farm will supiMirt a family. Kighth Because the land is the best on earth. Ninth Because, though land appear high, you can get from to five times more from it than the so-called cheap lands of the Tenth Last, but not least: Because hi re you can make a beautiful home with j-oses at Christmas and flowers all the yoar round. Here you have God's blessed sunshine to make you happy, strong and well. It is the val ley that fiows with milk and honey. and Mioulil be called the "Valley of Sunshine" and not the "Vallev of the Salt." o may three: from Fast and F. Moore, Prescott; H. W. Frit- i 11. J. Brady's grocery store has sche, Prescott; W. I.. Coffin, Peoria; ; moved to corner Second and Buchanan F. D. Halm, Salt Lake City; Horace I. ' Sts. Barnes, Court Iand; Bert Youngkin, On- : o tario. If you want a nice coot newly fur- At the Commercial: A. M. Lee, Cliff nished room during your stay In Flag W. Parsons, San Francisco; H. Cors- staff call on Mrs. Sanderson, north of well, F. F. Pomeroy, Mesa. depot. -H--H-;-HH-:-i-H-H--i"i' 1 1 1 1 n i ' : HHHH-HHH- AUCTIONS HELD EVERY SATURDAY WE BUY AND SELL ANYTHING. GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION. W. W.HUTCHISON & SON 119 North First Ave. Dr. HIBBARD Sexual Blood .tfndn Genito urinary Organ Specialist. Urethral Obstructions Specific Blood Poison nervous Debility Contracted Diseases The abnvf flisnniWs with th-ir t'rnM f t -t is i ;iiis' l'pr isiMri of minl hti'1 wri kin; of niy nnl racking of m-rvnis pysl-ii. Your lite mny rw'at sl;ik'. Why wtt fsrt th' bst vf lr:: nifiit? If your ;ysi;ht is rwnr go to a rhabl iulist. If your ht-nving Is poor you n-''l a. -oinp-tfnt aurist. If your tlh Hh' rail on a kh1 J-ntist. If burning up with a Uvr or you h some aciit' hs's- otnult your family phy.sM-ian. Th-y joiouM trat you. ri't I. for 1 do not tr-at suh t-ass ano! thv ran do Im-Ut by you. If, however, you hav- .sorn' sw-nous disease in my liri in whi' h yiiur lif and health b at htak it i absolutely nssary for you to con sult on who has expert kill. large -x-petienre and sHentifn- iimprrient. in or der to be p riiian ntly and su -ressfully i-ur.il. Consultation Free. Hour 10 to 12 and 1 to 3. Th' public will please take notice that I r. Mibbard has temporarily remove hi office to No. L:;$ West Adams St.. corner 3rd aeriu'. . 'I I I' I 1 1 1 I'M '1 I I' 1 I' WH"M M 1' 1 1 11 H 1 II ill 1 1UI1III! in .H..H"H"H"M"M 1 I I' I "I'M M I "I I I ! PERSONAL MENTION I M 'M"f "1 H H I t 1 1 I M 1 I 1 I I I t ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. ' Must Bear Signature of See Facsimile Wrapper Btlaw. j At the Hofr Adams: Heath P. I-aNj;ht, San Francisco; Krank Meitz ler, a ichton. Pa ; Chas. K. Pishon. I. os Anpeles; James Donavon, Rhode Island; W. P Parkhurst. San Fran cisco; 'has. Salom, New York: I. .lai'klinir, San Francisco; K. Sfevjjer. lyos Antrele.s; (;,.. o. Rradley. I,os An f les; J. F. Meyer. Bouse; F.'ho J. Ma derthtl. New York. At the Ford: P.. F. Jakles,.n. R..o:-p-velt; Ie A. Harris, Roosevelt; ('. N Iliseins. Iis V-Kus; Jos. Toinkinson: II. R. Johns & wife, W'iekenhurc; Tlios A. Ashe, San Fra.nciseo; J M V. Moore BEST MEATS We carry the best Meats obtainable. Wc never sacrifice quality to make a low price. We use the utmost MW in cnlnr.tinnr -.tit. Ifnnit. T.. x j- " ' uvii.v,uiJB vux iiuiB. 1 Villi) i, t delivery. Independent Meat Market J Phone Main 297. 1-3 West Washincrton St I "1 Mil 1 I frfH-fH-l 1 I 1 1 1 I t 1 I i 1 I 1 I t M I I I'M : ! I I I I i i I ; ")lHnillHtllllllllll H Just Received!! A Gar Load of NATIONAL ii . BISCUIT CRACKERS MHH-HI Ullltllllll H III I I I I M 1 j 1 I I III I ! GOOD ,T TASTES DIFFERENT where you enjoy the meal. Everytliins clean and TinMr noat- Quick and courteous service. The best Is I none too pood. ? nnnvrxrn YE BEN'S French kitchen. j. Phone Red 2021. 11 W. Waihington St. 4-4"H I 1 I I I I II 1 I I I I I I 1 H 1H M 1 1 1 1 I M I I I t I 1 1 1 I I I I I n i-M-i-i-i-M.'!. i..ti 1 1 ; 1 1 ti w!'1!' m : ' t t-mhi-- -r f r f m-i . r Bfc5T ON THE MARKET. MARICOPA CREAMERY CHEESE I SUITS THE TRADE. MARICOPA CREAMERY CREAM SELLS ALL OVER ARIZONA. PASTEURIZED X K"ri..I.r.M-H-I--M-M-l-I. Il 1 8 8"8"l"H-j-H-r-H-I ! ! I .H..I..1..H i.j !-SJ4-UA4-!AJ-lJJ....l..t..l..t t t i .1... t .-- ... . ... . . . . - , - UMAi). UUiMOFRIO Furniture, Crockery, China, etc. t 21-23 W. Washington St. Phone Main 138. I mo iti din i ijOt Terr ammll amd eaay to taite as isax. CARTER'S llTTLE IVER PILLS. FOR IEA3ACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR BIUODSNESS. : FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALtOW SKIN. FORTHCCOMPUXlOR wepsrsarsarrm In Every Department-Bargains $2.25 WOMEN'S GOWNS $1.50 " $4.50 WHITE PETTICOATS $2.85 Handsomely trimmed with lace and emlroidery $ Y"" '""'t overlook this value-KiviiiR. You never round and square low necks, short sleeves A real' a,"vthi' ,like 'f " this ,-r They come .,; , . , , , n. , ln f"" !ilzr-s. dalwrately trimmed ruffle with lace harna.n for Saturday and Tuesday. MlKiK and insertions. Just think.. . o ROMPERS 75c The best comfort you can irfvc your child now in this hot weather. Plain blue pink, red and tan colors trimmed with white tape. also checked patterns blacks and white. vitrei The hipless models so? LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS widely shown in all the lat- 50 est fashion plates are pro duced by the use of corsets ) ,Iave vou pver "Ought like our new RENQO 5ELT, ) strictly ail Linen Handker which are the very latest chief for 5c? If not call and timiR in corset tailoring. Made In two model?, for , sec these Women's Handker- the stout and Price tall figure. chiefs with H-inch hemstitch. $2.00 They're worthy to be seen. 75c CHILDREN'S DRESSES 39c Your trfrl couldn't feel any better than she would in one of these Gingham Presses and you know you couldn't make them yourself at this price. They're rn neat stripes and plain colors in blouse and belt Store Closed All Day Monday. THE BEST ALWAYS LINENE AND REPP SUITS Tho most suitable Suits for traveling. Easy to wash and Iron. They come in coat style in pink, light blue, tan, champagne and white at S3. 50 to S3 Store Closed All Day Monday. AND CAKES AH the Fancy Crackers and Cookies In pkgs Sold at Marked Price on Pkgs-Ask Your Grocer E.S.Wak8lin Grocer Co. DISTRIBUTORS 4IMMMMMIHIHtH t LAUNDRY 1 1 1 1 1 i in n i iimmm SATISFACTION ! '. ! "The girl from op there." says.' there isn't a collar, cuff, of i . ' ' shirt front laundered anywherer ' ' ', In this country that can com- J pare with our laundry work. I PHOENIX LAUNDRY f Phone Main 1J0. t mHHlHIIIIIIHIM I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 H I 1 1 II 1 II 1 t h 1 Johnson SRemsbottomj have removed from 22 North. T Second Street to 31 SOUTH FIRST AVENUE I where they will be pleated to! f meet all old customer and- T 4- many new ones. CURE SICK HEADACHE.