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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1909.
5 - - g The Oil Stove With a CABEVET TOP - The New Perfection Wicic Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove differs from all other oil stoves.- has a CABINET TOP. j-This means you can keep dishesand utensils within easy.- reachr yhile cooking, end tan keep feod hot after removing it from the blazi. From its wonderful burners to iu racks for holding towels tho - NEW PERFECTION; Wick" Blue Hamc Ofl Cook-Stove is without equal. Its principle of concentrated heat means that th work can be done quickly and without the kitchen being heated to an unbearable g. degree. Can be lighted instantly and turned "high,' "low" or fl "medium" a: will. Three sizes. With or without Cabinet S Top. At your tealer's, or write our nearest agency. The comes as near lamp perfec-. t irn am it's nna. nble to get Give a clear,, bright light that reaches the farthest corner of a pood-sized living-root 1. Well made throughout of nickeled bras; perfectly lafe and very ornamental. If not with jour dealer, write our nearest agency. ' Eilandard OU Company : . ( Incorporated) EVANGELIST SPEAKS ON THE INCARNATION Tbe Subject of Reverend Fjrman'i Discourse at ' Camp Meeting Last Niqht. '. I'll- services at the ramp grtjml are griming In interest and attendance and attendance- and'' a ' numger of conver sions are ruported. . ast night Evan gelist Fonnan spoke upon the subject of. the ."Incarnation." ' taking-rU his text John 1:14. "And the Word! was made flesh and dwelt anions us .X He said in part: "In Jesus there-;, is a world or thought. His deity, htft hu manity, his incarnation, etc.. and, iji.the study of these great truths are compelled as was -Sir Isaac Ssu'ton in nis search Cor knowledge to cx&jalni. 'I feel like a child running alonjr the shore of . the mjghty ocean, sfujpping here and there and picking up a pebble while tho great deep rolls at nTR feet unexplored." ; "My friends, you cannot know all of Cod. Oreat ISIble students haveysaid that the truths were beyond them. Hut you may know something; of God. You know something:, I know some thing, but no one person knows all about God. God is a mystery. , "What does the Incarnation mean? Webster defies it as the taking; of a htimari body, or being- clothed with flesh. 'And the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us.' A mystery, yes,. Yet the Bible speaks in the simplest j language. In the Bible we read: 'For! which of the good works do ye stone '. me?' - Again: ,'He that belle vetii in' the' Son is not condemned.' How does beMeving in Jesus save? Ah, It is a mystery. Even this watch is a mys tery. I can tell what time it is, but just how the wheels move, I cannot teil, yet I accept It. Anything that we cannot thoroughly understand be comes a mystery to us. So it is with the incarnation. We accept It but the fool won't. The Infidel,- also, says: I won't believe the Bible story because I can't understand It." Let me ask you. Do you understand reason? what is reason? It Is the faculty of mind by which we trace the relation . of cause and effect to phenomena..- What is it that traces the cause and effect to the phenomena? It Is the reason. Can you explain it? No. Do you ac cept it? yes. Then why not use the same common sense and accept the Bible, and God plan of salvation? 'And the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us." "Explain to me if ;-ou can the mov ing power which causes men and wo men to tid farewell to home, friends and all that's dear, and go into' foreign fields among sickness, wild beasts, and often wild men to spend their lives and to leave their bones to ibieach perluips on the sands of a tropical sun. Ah, It is the Incarnation of the Word, Jesus the Christ. What Is it lifts the drunkard and makes him a sober man? Jesus. What makes the thief an, hon est man? Jesus. What Is. It makes it possible for every person to attain his ideal? "Jesus, 'for He lived the Ideal life. ' The followers of Mrs. Eddy never attain the "Ideal. The fnttarlan never attains his Ideal. The tiiver salist Is mistaken and never attains his Ideal. Only, in Jesus can this he done, for In him alone can we find an ideal life. "Explain the change of Saul of Tarsus to Paul the Apostle. A touch with the incarnate one. Explain the change in Jerry MeCauley, Hadley, Harry Monroe, John G. Woole; Ah, it was a touch with the incarnate One. He can change every life. 'The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us.' " . Special announcement was made of the lecture Thursday night on "Popu lar Amusements." THE DAILY EXCURSION LINE OH! SAY! OUR NEXT: BACK EAST EXCURSIONS Will be July 21, 22, 23, 24. . Special dates for Mr. Rancher, but everybody can go. 55.22 afid up On' July 24, our $65.00 rateto SEATTLE and re turn, via Denver and Salt Lake; City or Billings, goes into effect. :. Tickets to Flagstaff on Fridays for $12.00, and to ! Prescott on Saturdays for $7.00. . . : --Don't- forget that the "Summer Widowers' Special" leaves Phoenix, at 3:00 p. m. (city time) for Prescott. ' RIDE ON HH Such Vate , A Climax Mosquito Canopy is sort of a necessity these nights. "We have them in white, size 90 inches by 9 yards. Frame, Netting, Cord and Pulley, all ready to be put up and the price is only $1.69 Linen Sheeting ; Best Quality Linen Sheet ing 2Y2 yards wide, strictly all linen .and just right for best sheets as well as washable skirts and costumes, should be $1.50 for todav onlv, per vard .99c Seco Silk A Washable Fabric That Looks Like the Purest Silk Rich, lustrous sur face in neat stripes and figures, all the latest col orings, 27 indies wide and usually retailed at 50c special today, yard . . ,29c Wash Goods- One" Lot of 25c, 35c and 50c Wash Fabrics Con sisting of plain and dot ted Silk Hulls and -bor-dered, Swisses for the last time, choice, yd 12c Price For Choice of All Our Silk . Street Dresses of Foulard, Rajah, Shantung or Taffeta, elegantly trimmed and prettily finished. 3 piece $20 and $25 Linen Suits 1, 2 and styles, the season's choicest creations; in i white and various popular colors today at less than 50c on the dollar. ...... .$9.93 H Off .On All Ouf Lingerie Dresses White and Colored, correct styles, unexcelled in point of workmanship and material. One Line of Tailor-Made Wash Suits White and colors, ranging in price from $4.00 to $G.0O for one day, choice. . .$2.59 irltwmM fill i i ail mm 2 Price For. all Our Voile, Panama and Serge Skirts (jlenuine . man-tailored . gar ments, including every desirable color and style. , a mrge liOi oi !ji.&u and $2.00 Lingerie Waists Short and long sleeve-effects, a large number of pretty, dainty models to choose from, some trimmed in needlework, others in lace, most all sizes, t o d a y choice only 89c 2 Price For Balance of Stock Tailor-Made Cloth Suits Quite an imposing "array of fashionable models to choose from, various new shades. One Line of $5.00 and $6.00 Silk Petticoats $ Plenty of good colors amongst them, well made for today only, choice . . ...... $2.98 Neckwear A' Large Lot of Women's Neckwear Slightly soil ed and mussed, including Turnovers, Dutch Collars, Bows, etc., values up to 35c to. , clp,se today at, choice . . r,, t r,, - 5c i Sheets "Defender" Cot Sheets A real good sheet,- size 54x90, broad hem, torn and ironed, actual G5c val uefor today only. . . 49c Cotton Crepe 29-inch Serpentine Crepe In black, pink and light blue, so much in demand for Waists and Kimonos, well worth 15c for to day only, yard 10c Petticoats A Large Lot of Muslin and Cambric Petticoats With deep embroider flounce, 6 different styles to choose from, banner $1.50 values for one day, choice ; '. 99c Toilet Soap Colgate's Famous Toilet Soap In such odors as Oatmeal, Bay. Ruin, White Lilac, Cold Cream, etc., regular 10c 1 cakes to day box of 3 cakes for 20c ICi 2" W j m mm rm j m 11U Women's Underwear A Large Lot of Nicely Ribbed Vests Low neck and no sleeves, armholes and neck taped, should be 121, ac t.o day only ,at each ...... .."..,..8 l-3c WESTERN MINING STOCKS Lake 2 (Hi Ijenn '." Warren 3 Helvetia 6 Quincy SS NIpi8ins 11 Greene 9' Superior and Pittsburg l"- Miami l"- Utah Consolidated 41 Old Dominion '. 61 North Butte 49 Cal. and Arizona 101 Butte Coal , 2i Shannon . .-; 14 Shattuck IS Arizona Commercial 3S Globe i 4i ISlaek Mountain 1 Cumberland Ely National Ex. t.- 1 41 Giroux 8S Nevada Con 23 Sup. and Boston 14 Kay Ray Central 2, Rawhide 22 Inspiration Gila K4 Chino 7T FRANK J. O'BRIEN. Broker. paper eight years ago. in wmcn an er- ! t 1 1 I i I 1 I I I I I 11 1 HI 1 I 11 ! Ill 1 lit ? I Mil HI 1 1 1 8 I 1 ;-H-4- ion was sougni io locaie Aiicnaei un-, coll. for reasons above given. It would therefore seem that Patrick died eight ' years agi' or more. Mrs. Peck would like to get Into communication with ' her uncle's administrator, or whoever j it is that was advertising for the heirs j of Michael Driscoll. The Baswitz Cigar Co. has sold Us interest In the Anheuser cigar stand. The genial face of Lewis T. Baswitz. i which has adorned the front thereof X so long, will hereafter be found at the Baswitz pool rooms and cigar store, il East Washington street. '4. INTERESTED HEIRS OF J. P. v5 5 W. L. CARVER C. P. T. A. The Republican has received a let ter from Mrs. James Peck, 109 West Spring street. Booneville. Mo., stating that she was formerly Miss Ellen Dris coll, a daughter or Michael Driscoll, of Marshall,. Mo. She has heard that some time ago her father's brother, John Patrick Driscoll,' died either here or In California, leaving, stock and other property, to be given to Michael Driscoll or his heirs, the supposition being that Michael lived in Marshall. Mo. She says her faiher. once lived in Marshall for a long time. The let ter does not state but leaves the in fertile that Michael Driscoll is also dead. Anyhow it says that durlng.hls life in Marshall he only received one letter from his brother .Patrick, Mrs. Peck being of the opinion that it was written from some California town. Patrick went to California during the big gold "excitement of 1849 and may have died there or may have come to Arizona. ' Mrs. Peck writes that knowledge of the death of Patrick came to her re cently through friends who not long aeo met her after a separation of sev Hello Bill! Can you play the piano? No! Then you should have a piano player. Oh! you have n't got a 'piano? Then you should get a player piano. 'Yes," I got niine at They have exclusive control of everything that is best in the piano line , in Arizona. See you later in Los'. Shake. During Warm Weather You will find Meats procured at the Hackett Mar ket far superior to melons. If you have that tired feeling and your Meats don't please you, call Main 132. Our Meats will make you forget the heat. The Hackett Market 31-33 E. Washington. Phone Main 132 OI 1 I 1 I 1 II I II I Ml IIII1H 111 1 I1 1 11 111 11 1 II 1 i 1 it IHr A FULL LINE OF : Gas Ranges JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEF Pac ific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. Standard Furniture Co. line of New and Second Hand I anitewara. WE SELL FOR LESS : A complete Une of New and Second Hand Furniture, Baca. T Crockery and Oranlteware. I-.-' Phone Main IS7. 14-t W. Washington. J. W. GOLDWORTHY Gen. Agent. eral years, and who told her that .they ' 8a w an, advertisement. In a . Alarsnaii 7lf