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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1019
PAGE It. 11 y Show Yes irds In m : Bayless Bargains Tuesday and Wednesday Say. Oh, You Chickens Maricopa County Association Has Finest Exhibit In Years ft! 1 rk r ink ierday 63 id 4 : 1 e Pay You Cash for Your Also New and Second Hand Egg Cases and Egg Case Fillers PRODUCE CO. Phone 1696 35 W. Jefferson 1 Ft. SisMM h mm IN VMNB WE CARRY THE BEST POULTRY REMEDIES and Drugs of Best Quality The Bear Drug Store 118-120 E. Washington Opp. City Hall You Are Welcome in Donofrio's Store Wo. wish tourists and strangers to feel at home here. Stay as lontc as you wish, and make appoint ments for your friends to meet ou here. It has an atmosphere that is cosy and home-like, where all are welcome patrons, tourists, and home folks alike; This is the home of DONOFIilO'S CACTUS CANDY, made from the desert plant of Arizona and sold around the world. It is different from other candy, and has a delicious flavor all its own. A most wholesome confection, put up in neat boxes, with view s of Hie Arizona desert on the box covers. A hox of Douofrio's Caettis Candy makes a pleas ing sift for the Eastern friend. Donofrio Confectionery Co. I'l-i: East Washington St. Phoenix, Ariz. An Extraordinary Opportunity )ne of the host half sections in Salt River Yalley offered exclusively by us for quick sale at the re markably low price of only 250.00 per acre. Easy payments; on balance, 10 years, cv. In weil drained location northwest near Grand avenue. Old water right and best of improvements; f) room brick house, : laborers' houses, large barn, cow barn, horse barn and largo granary. All woven wire fenced in small fields, water piped to all. Plenty of shade and fruit. 'Will consider clear property in Phoenix: as pavment. " This is "OUR VERY BEST" DWIGHT B. HEARD Adams and Central Phone 1G3.1 The Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Maricopa County Poultry Association will be held in Phoenix on January 1-2-3-4, entries for which closed at 6 o'clock p. m. on. December 28. The show is being conducted under the direct inn of the following officials: W. F. Fetterly. secretary; Y. L. Reagles. show superintendent.. Officers of the association air, Frank Dykes, president; F. Fetterly, secretary and treasurer; D. M. 1. Peatross. vice-president: executive committee. Y. L. AVildcrinuth, chairman; E. E. Quick, W. S. Pickrcll. Frank E. Taylor, II. G. Powers, R. N. Moorehead. Mrs. Annie Ours, Airs. M. E. Kendrick. SPECIAL PREMIUMS Barred Plymouth Rocks Kh-henaucr ami JU-agles toek; 2. pen: 1, ::. hens: o, pullet. V. I,. Wildcrrmith cock; 2, lien; I, -J. 3. eockrel; 1, 2, pullet, 1, 3. Mabel Shaw 1. cock. White Rocks P. If. H. Peatross 1, 3, cockerel; hen; 1. pullet; J. pen. Frank E. Taylor 1, cock; 1, Z, hen; 1, :!. pullet: '1. pen. Mrs. Joe K. F.ickanls 2, cockerel. Partridge Rocks Wm. K. Gruoe 1, cock: 1. 2, hen; 1. cockerel; l. 2. pullet: 1, pen. Columbia Plymouth Rocks A. K. Manlev 1. cock; 1. hen; 1, pullet. White Wyandottes Kalph VV. Bressmer 1. cock; 1, hen: 1, cockerel; 1. pullet: 1, pen. Waller C. T'oor '-, 3, hen; 2. cock erel: '2, :!. pullet: -. pen. Golden Wyandottes X. T. rattle Co. 1, cock: 1. 2, 3, lien. Single Comb Rhode Island Reds n. X. Hinton 3. cock. '. (',. Caldwell 2, cockerel. I. !. B. 1'cjitross 3. cockerel, tl. V. Mears 3. pen. II. L. Fletcher 3, pullet. V. F. Fetterly I. 2. cork; 3, 2, 3, ii-n: 3. cockerel. 1. 2. pullet. W. I". Fetterly 2, 3, pen. Rose Comb R. I. Reds Anna Mae C'ooper 1. cockerel. V. P. Pennies 2. 3, cockerel. W. F. Fetterly 1. pen: 1. 2. pullet. R. C. Rhode Island Whites Frank Dykes 2. 3. cock; 1. 2. hen; 2, cockerel; 2. 3. pullet: 1. pen hen; hen. 1, 2, Buff Orphigtons .lames Harris I, 2. cork; cockerel; 3. pullet. Alvs. K. A. Stanford 1. cockerel; 3 pullet. Albert Icyhe 3. cockerel. 2 pullet. White Orpinghtons Wm. Wallace 1. cock: 1. 2. 3. hen 1, 2, 3f cockerel; 3. pullet: 1, pen. Turkeys Bourbon Reds Mrs. Knott Stewart 1, cock; .1 Ij. G. Grosse 1, 2, cockerel; pullets. Ducks White Pekins Mrs. Eliott Stewart 3, pen. Pigeons ' H. L. Fletcher 1. 2. 3. pair Bluettes: 2. pair young Red Carneaux; 1, pen. Carncaux. H. G. Powers 1. 2. old pair Racing Homers: 1. 2, young; pair H.orneis. Edgar Jje Baron 1. pair White Fan tail; 1, black Fantail; 1. Frjllliacks. J. t). Jacks 1. 2. 2. old pair lied Carneaux; -1. yoins pair Kcil Cn -neaux: 3. old pair white Exhibition Homers; 3. old pair Blue Barr"( xhibi tion Homers. Chinese Pheasants IT. L. Fletcher - I. pen. Rabbits II. P. Foruinjr 1. Xew Zealand doe. SUGGESTS JOB FOR M'ADOO (Mobile (Ala.) Register.) Emiennt. engineer afrain pronounce the tLnneliner of the English cbannel feasible. The project has been talked of for forty years, and its feasibility admitted, but. for political reasons the tunnel was not permitted to be built. Also, for the same number of years people have had to make the passage between England and France in boats, and suffer the great anguish of sea sickness, under conditions of peculiar severity. Now that war conditions may be regulated, however, the politi cal obstacle is removed, anil the pro ject has come once morejinder discus sion. We should not be surprised if Mr. McAi'.oo, the builder of the Hudson river tunnel, was asked to take, the work in hand. It is a job about his ize. and he would make a success of il as quickly as any other man alive. CUBA LIKES OUR TOYS cockerel. , cockerel. hen. hen; A. E. Earll 3, cock; 3, cockerel; 1. pullet. Buckeyes G. C. Yarwood 1. cock: Geo. McDonald 3. pullet: Light Brahmas Edgar Le Baron 1. hen. Julius Gass L cockerel; 1. 2. pullet. Black Langshans Edgar Le Baron I, cock; 3. Ed. Carter 1. hen. E. A. Belt 2. hen. S. C. White Leghons F. W. Ourrie 1. 2. 3. cock; 1. 2. cockerel; 2. pullet: 2. pen. W. W. Carney 1. ben; 3 cockerI; I. pullet; 1, pen. J. A. Eigget 3, hen: 3. pullet. Buff Leghorns V. P. Reagles 1. cock. . Black Minorcas ". S. Gilbert 1, hen; 1, cockerel. Wm. Wallace 1. cock, 2, 3. hens; 2, cockerel; 1, 2, 3, pullets. Julius Gass 2, cock; 3, cockerel; 1, pen. Anconas C. H. Sharp 1, hen: 2. cockerel; 2, pullet; 2. pen. T. Elmer Johnson 2, hen. J. W. Johnson 1. 2. 3. cock: 3, hen; 1. cockerel; 1, 3. pullet: 1, pen. Silver Campines W. K. Mansell 1. cock; 1, 2, hen; 2, pullet. I Cincinnati Enquirer.) T'nited states Consul Charles Yi nans writes from Cienfuegos: "Before the war European exporters supplied most of the toys used in tin.' Cuban market. Since August. 1314. a gradual change lias been wrought, and at, the present time the L'nited States supplies much the largest share of the toys imported into Cuba. This is, for the American manufacturer, a very satisfactory state of affairs, the more so as thesetoys. according to general comment and criticism, are regardcj very favorably, especially those that may be characterized as educational." A SENATOR AND DIDN'T KNOW IT (Xew Y'-rk Mail.) It is not often that a man is elected a senator of the l'nited States without his knowing it. Major Davis Elkins of West Virginia, who comes from a fam- i ilv of senators, had n seat in the tipper- house wished on him bv a majority of 18.0"0 in the recent elections. His friends were Jubilant and spent much money, which they e'fruld afford, in cables of congratulation. Maybe he was so busy fighting the Hun that he had no time to open them. Anyhow, his mother received a message from him the other day asking in a general way how the election came out. Major Elkins will be back in time to take his seat in March. "Ladies of the Lamplight" is one of the things most discussed in "Everything," now at the New York Hippodrome. The costume is one of the most unique features produced in several seasons. BIG BARGAIN A full year's subscription, both daily and Sunday for J6."0. This offer made but once each year by Arizona's great est newspaper closes this year, on January 4. Save 30 per cent, pay now. and then forget for a whole year, pay ments on your big favorite Arizona newspaper. Eess than 2 cents per day, what greater value for 2 cents daily! Mail your check, today, because you are entitled to the best. Arizona Re publican, Phoenix, Arizona. tf SEE US FOR Buckeye Incubators EZRA W. THAYER "FYFIiYTIIIXiJ IX HARDWARE" 124-130 East Washington St. 127-133 East Adams St. Seventh Annual POULTRY SHOW Of the Maricopa County Poultry Association Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Jaumuafy 1 9 9 3. 4 S. W. Cor. First and Washington Sts. (Old J. W. Dorris Building) Admission 15 Cents Better Birds Better Premiums Better Show The Maricopa Poultry Show opens Wednesday, January 1st, next door to us. Oh, my, but you should hear those roosters crow. Why? Because they have lots of company and are happy. That's why we crow, because business is good and we are happy. CORN A new shipment of 1-Vncy Country Gentleman per can l'er case Quail Corn, per 1 'er can XtlC ease PANCAKE FLOUR Aunt Jemima Pancake or Buckwheat, per package Alber's Flap Jack Fnour, - Teco Tancake Flour, per package -Ltlv 2 for SYRUP Karo Syrup goes good with hot I'ancakes these frosty morning ... 20c $4.25 S3.50 ... 15c 25c 85c 47c 10 lb. Blue Karo ,", lb. Blue Karo .Macaroni, 3 pkgs. for We are selling a good Peaberrie Coffee, per II) H' lbs. Red Karo f. lb. Red Karo 95c 51c 25c 30c TOMATOES ,tfi, Tomatoes, Standard extra good, 3 cans lor tVfV per cae Special New -Year's Mixed Candy, per lb FRUIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT Fancy Seedless Grapefruit, per dozen Fancy Seedless, large, in orange box I.ug box CP Lar-e Fancy Lemons, grapefruit Otlv per dozeen Newtown Pippin or L,angford Apples, S3.85 ... 35c lb: . 30c $1.50 . 25c .. 50c Arizona Head lettuce, - p 2. for JLt)C Oransres. per dozen.. 25c, 30c, 35c, 60c, 80c SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS BAYLESS GROCERY CO. Phones: 35453591 First and Washington Sts. Right Next to the Chicken Show AR ZONA BRAND Poultry Feeds The best that money can Imy Ari-Zona Chick Feed Ari-Zona Developing Food Ari-Zona Scratch Feed Ari-Zona Laying Mash Made and Guaranteed hy Phoenix Seed & Feed Company "WHOLE SALE RETA IL Phones: 1706-1067 Phoenix, Ariz. State Agents for PRATT'S POULTRY REMEDIES 1 KO Greatest profit-rnaker - ever offereft to poultry raiser, feeder and packer. MILKOLINE is made from pure condensed jnodi fieed butter milk to which has been added a suf ficient amount of vegetable oil to form a proper balance of carbohydrate and protein. It is further acidified to aid digestion and eliminates harmful disease germs, dead matter and worms from the assimilating organs. In a flock supplied with MILTCOLLNE a sickly fowl is practically never seen. It is a dependable life saver for baby chicks and provides-an even greater service as a fattener and egg producer. "Vritefor booklet and prices Glendale Milling Co. D. II. BONSALL, Manager Phone 171: Glendale. Ariz. !