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You Don't HaOe to Worry
If you select "His” gift here —for thi‘- H “His” rtore —wher- 1 "He”
trades —anything purchased here has “His” O. K —Ts you are in doubt ]
or don't know his size cr maybe just the article “He” would rather
have —Get one of our MER- ■
CHANDISE ORDERS.
Then “He” can select mJF
—and remember all Hanny n^tyf
purcases are easily exchange- f a4 /■ I
able if sizes or colors are un- T 1
Parcel Post charfes prepaid
anywhere in Arizona. mm
We cater to men only and are
thoroughly familiar with what
Home of Hart Schaffner &
Marx Clothes 40 North Central Avenue
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Christmas Gifts
That Will Be Appreciated
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POCKET KNIVES CARVING SETS
KEEN CUTTER SCISSORS
MANICURE SETS ROLLER SKATES
AIR RIFLES INGERSOLL WATCHES
ROYAL ROCHESTER PERCOLATORS
Each item is a piece of high grade merchandise —a
gift that you will not be ashamed of —and they are
all priced right.
TALBOT & HUBBARD, Inc.
HARDWARE
“At the Sign of the Dog”
Before Buying Your Christmas
FRUIT
CALL AT
City Hall Market
We have fresh fruit of all kinds at low prices
121 E. Jefferson Phone 1716
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CHAS E. MORTON, Mgr. Phone 1766
Donofrio Floral Dept.
28 N. Ist Street
Xmas Decorations Cut Flowers
BEAUTIFUL POINSETTA PLANTS FOR XMAS
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MODEL INDEPENDENT CASH MARKET
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Full Line of Fresh Meats
Free Delivery to All Parts of the City
Phone 4680 325 East Washington St.
C. M. RAY—Proprietors—W. A. TRAMMEL
When you want House Furnishings at’ the Right
Price and sold on the level
GO TO THE *
BARBOWS FURNITURE CO.
Corner First Street and Jefferson Phone 1666
Phones: Office 3089. Residence 8797
MORE AND BETTER DENTISTRY FOR LESS MONEY
36 E. Washington St., Goldberg Bldg. Phoenix, Ariozna.
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The National Bank of Arizona
Established 1881
WE PAY 4% ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS
YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
PHOENIX ARIZONA
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Whether You Want One Board or a Carload, You Can
Do Better at Halstead’s
J. D. HALSTEAD LUMBER 60.
Phoenix Five Points
THE PHOENIX TRIBUNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING
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XMAS
CANDIES
Donofrio’s Crystallized
Cactus Candy
Arizona’s most unique
product, offers one of
1 the best, if not the most
appropriate gift one
could possibly buy.
Packed in fancy boxes,
beautifully embossed
with desert scenes, each
piece in crimped paper.
Donotrio’s
Cactus Way and Wash.
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to Us Q|
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cus about our free J
tftig service—lt’s
urance against
any battery J
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J. S. REIF
Successor to
White Electrical Engineering Co.,
305 N. Central Ave. Phone 4473. |
PHOENIX. ARIZONA
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Keys Fitted and Duplicated
CAPITOL CITY
CYCLE CO.
LETIS R. TEMPLIN, Manager
Everything for the
, Bicycle
25-27 E. Adams St., Tel. 6-5-8
PHOENIX ARIZONA
j
Fish House
Fried Fish at all Hours
REGULAR DINNER EVERY DAY
Special Chicken Dinner on Sunday
Old Fashion Home Cooking
Give Us a Trial
J. W. SNELL, Prop. 27 S. 2nd St.
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By Major Jones
The editorials in the Tribune have
few equals aqd no superiors. The peo
ple of Ajo can hardly finish rehding |
: the front headlines ere they turn to j
‘ read the interesting, inspiring and
educational editorials which always j
appear in the Tribune.
There is about Ajo
winning in the D’amond contest; Ajo
always goes over the top in everything
she undertakes.
I wish that I might impress upon
i our people the necessity for the’r sup- j
j port of a race paper like the Tribune.
' If we do not support our own enter
| prises, whom do we expect to support
I them?
The soldiers of the Twenty-fifth in
fantry have been released from quar
! antine and all seem to be happy. Rev.
! Vaughn is stiil on the job with his
radiant smile, scattering happiness
and sunshine wherever he goes.
The “flu” ban has not been lifted,
but we hope it will be by the 22nd
| inst., because Ajo must go over the
top with a Christmas program. We
j take the liberty of inviting you to
come out and help us make this the
J greatest Christmas ever witnessed in
l | What a 'Sptandti
Christmas; Gift l
Would anything please the
family more than a KIMBALL
Phonograph? It is the world’s most
If wonderful talking machine, marvelously
natural in the reproduction of voice or
musical instrument, plays all makes of
records without extra attachment, and
its visible "beauty will adorn any home.
DON’T WAIT-BUY NOW
Kerr fi- Smalley
Music Company
■ Arizona’s Only One-Price Music House
144 W. Washington St. Phone 3088 ,;f|
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—WOLF’S—
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Money - Raising Sate I
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A sale which affords an opportunity for you to pur
chase Christmas merchandise for less. Printer’s ink
will never do justice to the variety and values in this
store—you ought to come and see for yourself—you
owe it to your pocket book.
WOLF'S Furnishing Store
24 EAST WASHINGTON ST.
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Capital City Cycle Co.
LETIS R- TEMPLIN, Manager
Headquarters for Xmas Bicycles and Tricyles
GHRISTMAS EVE DELIVERY
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Phone 658 25 East Adams St.
Ajo. Rev. A. S. Vaughn will deliver
an address on this evening; subject,
i “Humanity in the Grip of Evil.” You
j should hear this wonderful address.
Rev, Major Jones will also specie.
His subject will be “The Origin of
Christmas.”
Wanted Wanted to correspond
with a young widow or experienced
j woman, 21 to 35 years of age None
j else need answer. Address “H. W.",
I Depot, Ajo, Arizona.
In Memorium
The news of the death of Mrs. Car
-1 r’e B. MoATister of Douglas cast a
dark shadow over our lives ar.d cau-ed
i much sorrow.' /However, we believe
! that Mrs. McAllister leaves a host of
friends who regret her loss and we
know the world was made better be
cause of her' having lived in it.
" REV. MAJOR JONES.
MRS. MYRTLE JONES.
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To a man a “fling” at twenty means
a golden, glorious, riot; at thirty it
means a love affair; at forty it means
a mild relaxation and a bottle of vin
tage wine, and at sixty it means a
headache.
o
The fate of Lot’s wife
i Was all her own fault; *
! She first turned to “ruin”
i And then turned to salt.
GOLDBERG'S
ARIZONA’S LARGEST AND MOST
COMPLETE STORE FOR
MEN and BOYS
BUY USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS HERE
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Colored Men at
Peace Conference
(Continued from Page 1)
tunity to prove their capacity for self '
government.
"In the western hemisphere”, he
said, “25,000,000 negroes have indicat- j
ed intense interest in the plan. They |
will give every financial, moral, re
ligious, social and educational encour- ;
agement to it. Whether negroes from :
other countries would emigrate is a
problem less important than is the
recognition of the Yight of negroes al- ;
ready in Africa to determine how and !
by whom they shall be governed.
"The movement is backed by the
leading 'American churches, by 750,-
000 African Methodists and 2,000,000
Baptists. Domestic problems, while
of dominant local interest, are actu
ally subordinate to the fundamental
justice of the right of the elements j
of the African race to govern them- I
selves under the democratic condi- ;
tions enunciated by President Wil- :
son and by one or two of the allied
governments. Treatment of the ne
groes by the peace conference will ;
test the sincerity of th various dec
larations on this point.” ,
The initial public step in the pro
. motion of the movement will be taken
in a pan-African convention which
will sit during the deliberations of the
peace conference.
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Alcohol is denatured by the addition
hereto of an element which renders
unfit to drink and which may not
e removed from the spirit by any
rocess short of destruction. The
erm arose as a convenient designa
ion of alcohol whose nature had been
ltered, and its standing was made
fficial by legislation in congress.
YoS. REDEWILL//
\A MUSIC /£/
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The Firm V6\ /<f// Established ,
That Made Y-yYi?/ In Phoenix !
Arizona Y M in 1
Musical \ M 1881
BLANTON BARBERS’ SUPPLY
We Resharpen Safety Blades, Grind
and Hone Razors
208 W. Washington, Phoenix, Ariz.
Los Angeles Grocery
601 E. Washington St.
STAPLE AND FANCY GRO
CERIES AT REASONABLE
PRICES
GEO. HURST, Prop, Phone 1740
CARL ANDERSON
Everything in Insurance and Bonds
The largest General Insurance Agency in Arizona—There is a reason —
# We know our business and satisfy our clients
LET US FIGURE YOUR INSURANCE
Adams Hotel Building
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PHONE 1551
STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY
SEGOND D HOUSE FURNISHINGS S^Llfoß
HAND TENTS, CAMP EQUIPMENT EXCHANGED
237-239 W. Washington SL \ Phoenix, Arizona.
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Saturday, December 21, 1918
Gifts
|; are made to commemorate 111
happy events and occasions. '
A gift is a symbol of Love,
Happiness, Friendship, Re
spect and Good Will, all of j j
i; which are qualities of mind
or thought. These qualities
endure forever if nutured,
;!i cherished and guarded.
In making a gift one should :j:
endeavor to give something
i that may be kept and Cher
yl ished as a memento of a Ijl
happy occasion or event.
Jewelry Is
Appropriate
Our complete selection of ;
the best in Jewelry commands ;
your attention. Come in to- ;i
; day and select your gift from
HEGE & li
go:
JEWELERS and OPTICIANS J
“The House of Quality”
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Trade
With a
Store
that is always the lowest *
in price and the hiohest
in quality. Remember. *
we will not be undersold
Marvin-Smith
Grocery
Co.
331 E. Washington St.
Phone 1387
HEATH
STUDIO
First Ave* fir Adams

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