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(Section Two) IPn' Pass Youar Check For Six-Flft Mailed Before Jan. 7, 1 922, Brings You The State's Greatest Newspaper" For One Year Daily and Sunday! Subscribe Now You Save 30 This offer is made only once each year. It is Save 30 on your years subscription by only during this period before January 7th, that mailing your $6.50 check now. This offer is open you can subscribe for this big daily and Sunday to anyone whose paper is delivered by mail or newspaper x at less than the regular subscription carrier anywhere in Arizona. Subscribers receiv- price. Do not overlook this opportunity Take ing their paper outside the state of Arizona must advantage of this big newspaper bargain. You pay at the rate of $13.00 per year. Any Arizona can send your $6.50 now and we will credit you subscriber going out of the state either on pleas- for the year 1922. After January 7th, subscrip- ure or business can have the paper follow without tions will be accepted only at our regular rates of additional charge. Do not overlook this oppor- 75c per month or $9.00 per year. tunity Save 30 Mail your $6.50 check now. All subscriptions must be The State's Greatest I 66 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, paid to or in advance of January 1st, 1922 before $6.50 will be credited for one year. Newspaper" DECEMBER 8, 1921. The Republican Brings You NEWS" The news you read in the Republican ia accurate, reliable, and news while it is news. The telegraph news covering the world is furnished by the greates of all news gathering organizations, the Asso ciated Press, received in our office over our own leased wire. A large competent staff of local reporters and correspondents give you the news of the state and city. "EDITORIAL" The Editorial page is the medium through which the Republican in terprets for its readers, relations of current happenings to the human family. The edi torials are fair, interesting and meant to be instructive as well as Constructive, and deal for the most part with current topics. The Republican is recognized from coast to coast as editorially interpreting most faithfully the feeling of the inland Southwest. "SPORTS" The Republican's sport news is right up to the minute, accurate and re liable. The opinions of its sport writers are considered the recognized authority by fol lowers of all sports in Arizona. The sport pages are spicy, full of real live news of boxing, wrestling, baseball, football, racing, track events, 'and in fact everything of inter est in sports giving its readers the latest news from the sport centers of the world. "WOMAN'S PAGE- Tie woman's page is one entirely devoted to items especially of in " terest to women. Here you find the very latest fashion hints; Letters to Lovers; Cooking recipes by Sister Mary; Interesting continued stories. Thornton W. Burgess Bed tinje stories, and other things of special interest to women. "SPECIAL WRITERS" Besides a large corps of competent reporters covering local and state events, you will find daily, many articles written by nationally known writ ers. Ring W. Lardner, Dr. Frank Crane, Berton Braley, Herbert Corey, Carolyn Beecher and others all write regularly for the Republican. "NEWS PICTURES" News pictures used daily and which illustrate better than words can tell, are furnished by the Newspaper Enter prise Association and the Associated News papers. This is the most complete news photo service in the world "T N T " is their slogan meaning "Tomorrows news today." The Republican is the only newspaper in Arizona receiving this complete service. "MARKET NEWS" You will find that The Republican gives you the latest news of the markets, both local and foreign. Daily you find market letters covering activities on the New York and Chicago boards. In these columns the farmer gets the news cf the grain, hay, hoa. sheep and cattle market, giving him a daily quotation on the prices paid at the principal markets. Quotations on copper, cotton. Liberty bonds, mercantile paper and in fact everything of importance from the financial world, are a daily feature in the Republican. "CARTOONS" Here again the Republican leads Cartoons which are so true to life, by Herbert Johnson, "The Great American Home" by Allman, "Everett True" by Condo, "Yesterday and Today" by Casey, are all wholesome laugh injectors. One or more of these cartoons appear each day and you cannot fail but to start the day right. The Republican Con tains These Additional Big Features "MAGAZINE PAGE" The Sunday magazine is replete with variety of the latest articles written by nationally known authors. Each Sunday a snappy complete novelette, hum orous articles, health and nursing hints, and in fact many articles to please the most particular readers. This is an exclusive Republican feature and will give you many a laugh and much food for thought. "SOCIETY" Society events of local Interest are published daily. The Sunday Society page is a distinctly important feature, giv ing an accurate and interesting account of current social events, prepared by experts cldse to social affairs. "CLUBS" The Republican Is the official or gan of the State Federation of Woman's clubs. Club activities can be followed daily in its columns. The Republican's Sunday club items are of vital interest, giving the latest news of clubs in Arizona. "CHURCH NOTES" Here again you will find The Republican service superior. Every Sunday morning the nes of the churches is told. Through these columns you know who will spesk, the subject, and the church program for the day. "THE ROUNDUP" Is purely a local feature drawn by Webb Smith, staff cartoonist. This exclusive Republican feature depicts, in comic drawings and verse, the activities and every day life of the citizens of Arizona. "AUTOMOBILE SECTION" The automobila section presents fully all up-to-date infor mation on motor car, truck, trailer, high way and transportation development. Tour ing points of interest to car owners and economy, speed and stamina tests together with all around information of the automo tive vorld is covered in a comorehensive manner. Tha illustrations are a particular feature of this section. "THEATRICAL-AMUSEMENTS' The Sunday theatrical paces cover the complete theater and amusement attractions in a metropoli tan style. The Sunday pages are well illue trated and give the news of theatrical events for the week. This big Sunday feature is in addition to the daily column giving you the latest news of local amusements. "FARM BUREAU" The Farm Bureau Is fos tered by the Department of Agriculture and ie of vital importance to farmers, as it provides the means of bringing the farm ers together so thay can decide on import ant matters effecting the community and .each Sunday The Republican gives the news of the local activities in the different districts. Dates of coming meetings and the subjects to be discussed as well as time and place where meetings will be held are given. The Ads You Read In The Republican "DISPLAY ADVERTISING" In The Republi can you find the news of all the shops told in most interesting ways. The appearance and character of the advertising columns of The Republican is above the ordinary, due to the abilities expressed by the members of the advertising service department. You may read the advertising in confidence, too, knowing that no medical, fae financial, or other objectionable advertising is accepted by The Republican. "WANT ADS" If you need helo or want a job hav anything to sell, or to buy, want to rent a house cr have one to tent in tact if you have anything you want, or vant to se'l, let the want ad pages help you. The V ant ad panes are interestinq and can oe used to financial advantage. ' The Reaur1 x.m leads by f3r in want advertising and is therefore the greatest medium of its kind in Arizona. Read The Republican for want ads.