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title: 'Arizona republican. (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, February 14, 1908, Page 6, Image 6',
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THE ARIZONA 11121 UI5L1CAX, T1UDAV 3101iMXi, FEISKUAKY 11, 1908
Into Dorris Heyman Furniture Co.'s
with our selling goods
It need not interrere
as we are arranging to accommodate
cur customers. Remember that we are
the people to see for bargains in
China and many other useful articles.
Ranchers and Housewives, call and
see our line of 40 different Moore's
Ranges from $22.00 to $85.00. 10 per
cent discount on every Range selling
at $50.00 or over this month.
Phoen'gt, A. T.
Phone Red 363
BY DR. MUNSON, Optician.
(J. Ity is it that cheap Rlusses 1
not jrive satisfac tion '.'
A. liap glasses are so faulty ill
construction and art' of such poor
quality that they ilistort the vision
and cause iain in the eyes. The opti
cal glass used by us is brilliant, clear
and perfect, insuring comfort and case
to the wearer.
Q. Can mv headaches be relieved
ith glasses '.' .
A. About seveiity-f ice per cent of
them can, but a personal visit will be
necessary. Let us talk it over.
ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN
113 West Washinplon St.
are made by one of the biggest
rubber goods houses in America.
They are the finest that skillful
workmen can turn out. They are
made from fresh and strong new
rubber stock. Every piece wears
well and is guaranteed for one
LARSON DRUG CO.
N.W. Cor. Center and Wash. Sts.
II HI I !
is responsible fur the extra fine
grain and flavor of our bread of
late. Try it.
Home Baking Go
M. J. PETTI D, Manager.
We want more milk
Best Prices at
The Maricopa Creamery Go,
Phone Main I87
OF LOCAL INTEREST
GONE TO YUMA. Dr. J. C. Norton
territorial veterenarian. left last night
for Yuma on sanitary business and
win return Saturday morning.
PRAYER MEETING. The prayer
meeting at the Crittenton Home to
night will be held by the matron. Mrs.
Broadbrook, in the absence of the ap
pointed leader. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
A NEW RESIDENT. R. T. Chitten
den of Chicago is among the recent
arrivals in , the ity. Mr. Chittenden
is a brother of Mrs. Charles Hinckley
and expects to remain here permanent
ly if he continues to be as greatly im
pressed with the country as he is to
NEW POSTOFFICE CLERK. K. H.
Hewitt is the name of a new man who
has been added to the Phoenix post
office force as a distributing clerk. Mr.
Hewitt is an experienced man having
served as a railway postal clerk in the
St. Louis division for nine years, until
FUNERAL OF MRS. PRATT. The
funeral services of Mrs. C. H. Pratt
will lie held today at In: 13 from the
Presbyterian church. Key. Campbell
officiating. The remains will be in
terred at Tempe, no services to be held
in that cityJ
HELD FOR BURGLARY. Kraneis
co Ybarri. who was arrested on Wed
nesday charged with taking pan in
the binglarv of the Cold hotel on Jaji
uary ! was given a preliminary ex
amination before Justice Johnstone
yesterday and was held to the grand
jurv in the sum of $:!i.
RETURNED FROM NEW YORK.
Harry Coldwater of the Firm of M.
Goldwater and Brother, returned yes
terday morning from a business trip
to New York. From the weather re
ports brought ba k hv .Mr. Coldwater.
no one would undertake a pleasure trip
to that part of the world at this sea
son oT the year. New York City is
frozen up. or was. at the time of the
departure of Mr. Coldwater and the
further west he went until he tegan to
turn into the ever-sunny southwest,
the colder it got. The political situa
tion in New York. Mr. Coldwater said
was heated, but it had had no appre
ciable effect upon any of the tin rmoniT
eters with wh'c h he came in contact.
EXCURSION t0 MESA CITY. An
excursion train uill.be run to Mesa
City this evening by the Southern Pa
cific, for the accommodation of those
who desire to attend the opening of the
new Vance o)era house, the largest
theater buiiding in Arizona. There will
be a big dance to which everybody is
invited, old and young and special ar
rangements have been made for the
comfort of women w ho are ac com-
I panied by young c hildren. It is a cer-
lainty that all who go will have a good
BALL GAME TODAY. The Phoenix
' high schol and the Indians will meet
today at Kastlake ;.;irk and struggle
I for the scholastic championship. The
'; Indian nine is considered a formida
ble rival and the game promises to
furnish considerable sport. Hurley
will preside in the box and a husky
Mohave Apache from Fort McDowell
will attempt the slaughter of the inn -cents.
The high school men profess to
be wise to his processes anil materials
ami claim tin y will give the big brave i
a drubbing. ' j
THEATER TRAIN The Southern
Pacific will run a special train from
Tempe and Mesa City, to Phoenix, on
the night of February I'oth. for the ac
commodation of those who desire to i
attend the pel form.mce of The Burgo
master. This is one of the finest comic
opera or musical comedy bills now on
the road. It made a great hit in Phoe
nix three years ago and it is said that i
the company now c oming is even a I
better aggregation than the former
I one, wherefore it is expected the pat-
. ronage will be liberal. The fare for
the round trip will Ik- 33 cents from I
J empe and : c ents from Mesa Citv.
PURCHASED TOURIST. Louis
Sands of Glendale has purchased of
the Phoenix Auto companv the big
Tourist. Model X. four cylinde r maroon
car for $.!tu. the most expensive ma
chine sold bv local dealers. The car
is upholstered with maroon colored
leather. eiiiiped with Goodrich tires.
speedometer and other necessarv ac
cessories. It will seat five people, has
engine of 4-43 horse power, shaft
drive, selective type transmission mXv
: used on most high priced cars and
floating tpe rear axle. It has three
j gears forward, one about eight miles,
one twelve, and one up to one mile a
minute in speed, and also one reverse
gear. This is the car which last fall
on the fairgrounds track, carrying four
people, made a mile in one minute.
1 The car has been taken from the gar
age and is now in service. '
I NEW MILITIA COMPANY. A
j movement is on foot for the organiza-
tion of another militia company in this
; city. This is not due to any dissatis
; faction among the members of B com
, lany. On the contrary there is the
greatest harmony and the movement
is entirely in the interest of the militia
establishment as a whole. It is be
lieved that if there are two companies
here, competing with each other In
proficiency and In matters both mili
tary and social, both companies will be
stronger than B company is now.
MoreoveV it is believed Phoenix is
large enough to have two good active
companies and there are plenty of
young men in the city who will be
glad to join one or the other when a
little military enthusiasm is stirred up.
Thus far the projec t Is still in a pre
liminary stage but there will be a
meeting of young men in a few days
at which something definite will be
THE ALLEGED FIRE. There was
an alarm of fire last evening that
lyacle people sit up and take notice.
The bell sounded No. 51, a general
alarm, and it was assumed at once
that the whole town was burning up.
The supposition at the time the alarm
was turned In was that the New York
store was burning but it was soon
demonstrated that there was nothing
doing. The alarm was turned in on
the strength of a strong odor of smoke
that issued from the store and was
very noticeable in the street. Investi
gation revealed that a clerk had
thrown some rags in a stpve in the
evening and there being little fiiv and
the atmosphere heavy, they merely
smouldered and the smoke as . It
emerged from the chimney settled over
the street, some of it perhaps escaping
within, refusing to go up the flue.
EN ROUTE TO NEW YORK Louis
B. Carr of the Harqua Hala left last
night for New York and Pittsburg on
mining business. The annual meeting
of the company will be held in Pitts
burg within the next few weeks.
and flooding the com
munity with the
the Citizens of Phoenix
have ever known.
This Great Shoe
has been packing our
store with eager buyers
from start to finish. You
can't afford to miss it.
a big discount on Everything.
H. A. DIEHL
E Blankets and Silverware, Braid
d Hair Hat Band.
ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. I
45 N. Center, Phoenix
The PEOPLE with the GOODS
opposite Court House
RATES TO SALT LAKE. on ac
count of the Mormon conference at
Salt Lake the Southern Pacific lias
given rates for the round trip of $44.75
good "or sixty days, sale dates March
L'9 to April 1st.
CHICAGO VISITORS. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Higley and son and Mis.
V. Higley of Chicago, arrived in
Phoenix yesterday to spcnci a few days
before going to Castle Hot Springs.
Mr. Higley is a general western man
ager for an insurance company. He
stated yesterday that Phoenix had
made a very favorable impression on
him and had an outlook for a great
growth within the next few years. Mrs.
S. Wilkinson and son of North Adams,
Mass., were also arrivals yesterday
and will visit the springs.
r . KrW I v "I LOVE YOU SO"
i 1 Cplf: : lEsfffll: 3 HHfe aumBWt. i V ' Merry Widow Waits Duet,
mmmm jrLrl Hfcjj? H i"flp-. ' ' on eith,r Victor or Edison
t2Trfir-. 1; "' HJSr1 X Ueeonl for February,
rn U fc. INIA, AKIZ. g, ' - . kjT- FEEF5UARY RECORDS ARE
gl ::-'jariL L 1 ; HERE.
I - i zjj ' " '4 l af'T They are fine come and
i " I "; ' S'J'. "'tM &?;' -listen to them.
I fljlF :.WE HAVE RE-ADJUSTED OUR STOCK OF SEA- Ij giJfe E. L. ANDREWS & SON
" SON ABLE CLOTHING TO SUIT PRESENT CON- VV ii J 9-11 K. Washington Street.
M . Vfi .t: 4a.. i-.t, ti 'V Phoenix, Arizona.
DITIONS. - KodaIts Photo Stock, Stationery. Talking Machines. Sporting Goods.
v 15 ,,:,t,M "f '"erchaniji.se we arc selling is of the
highest, while the prices that we arc quoting are so
low that to thoroughly appreciate our offering, you ay - u.. 11f . rrmiymiB iMaaw BM.
must not consider the prices as having any rela- ar
I tion to the actual qualities. We have no old stock 1C ' a t"i EjpiiSV 1 J Ij i'A. 1 P B
' nothing that is not strictly in fashion and proper to It jl "zJ fcES; II Es llvl ' if llfV'M ll B
wear at the moment. Whether you want a Suit or Bs 1 1 S3 Jft VWjJ f 3 ! I El I Xj5j B
Overcoat for business or dress wear, you will find '6 Ba tm M mmr m m
1C" it hire, made in a variety of fabrics that will suit ICE B
IV Jour taste, your figure and your purse. f yjffTTlV D
I We offyr this week some extraordinary specials: . 1Q00 1 1 j 1 1 IS if Q 11 0
150 MENS SUITS, HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX, Wlluulu IX mj-yjTJ . Oil WU W 0
AND ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO., MAKERS. REA- jj ' llJlilir
SONABLY PRICED AT 20. S22.30. S23 1
15 AND 27.50. SPECIAL THIS WEEK 15.00 15 TcllfaOt SL Hubbclfd'S
-"T jl Hardware Store. - S
Use the best tooth powder and tooth
brush and have pretty white teeth.
See the bargain in our west window.
35 cents for combination. -:- -:-
Elvey & Huiett
- - m ml a J. . a
Mai! Orders Shipped Promptly.
Phone Main 1 - -
Home of Pure Drugs
Fresh Rubber Goods. Jusf Opened
a New LineHot Water Bottles,
Fountain Syringes, Atomizers.
Every Piece Guaranteed for Year.
THE ADAMS PHARMACY
IN HOTEL ADAMS. ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR.
. mm i :
f VALENTINES !
'411 i be SURE
TO COME AND SEE OUR
DISPLAY OF VALEN
TINES ONE OF THE
VERY BEST TO BE
FOUND IN THE CITY.
11-13 N. Cntr It
we make a fine line of Harness of all
i grades, such as single and double bug
j gy harness, heavy work harness, etc.
SADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
SPURS AND BITS.
40 West Washington St.
Telephone Red 131.
McKee's ad today; lower prices.
iThere-s four of us and we're such
j As intimate as can be;
And each of us at Valentine sends
Donofrio's cactus candy to the other
satisfactory to the finder will be paid
for the return to The Republican of
fice of a monkey-skin hand bag,
stamped in Japanese figures, and
closing v-ih a draw cord, which was
lost February 12, between Jefferson
street and Fifth Avenue and Califor
nia Avenue and Fourteenth Street,
in the Brill Addition, This bag con
tained the following articles: A red
ring box, stamped with the name of
George H. Cook, containing four rings
described as follows: One large dia
mond solitaire ring; one ring mount
ed witfi three small diamonds set in a
straight row; one diamond and emer
ald ring and one opal ring. In anoth
er box, stamped with the name of
George H. Cook, was a round gold pin
with a diamond set in center, and to
which was attached a gold neck chain.
Besides the above described jewel boxes j
and their contents, the bag contained '
a small alligator-skin purse in which j
there was a five dollar bill, a Mexican
dollar and probably some small change. I
A liberal reward, commensurate with
the value of the property will be paid
for its return to this office.
Bran Bread, fresh every .day at the
Phoenix Bakery, 10c a loaf.
McKee's ad today; lower iiri' es.
Biggest and Best
Assortment in town
Berryhill's Big Book Store
"The Thirsty Man's Retreat."
Bargain at Bears
Nc;v line of
Spouses at -."c.
We arc makers
All large sb:ecl
f low prices;
THE BEAR DRUG STORE
Opposite City Hall.
Address P. O. Box 578.
Our mail orders filled same day.
Two acres in alfalfa with good well.
; house and fence; only two miles from
. the center of city, on main road.
I Five and ten acre lots, best Roil and j
location in the valley, all in alfalfa, at j
! S150 Ptr acru-
Tou are entitled to
Eat The Best
at the lowes prices
POTATOES...... 2d PER LB
You get just what you pay for
Phone Black 961. 35 W. Wash. St
PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY,
j per cent.
to loan on real estate at 8
Moore & McLellan
Undertakers and Embalmers.
29 West Adama SreoL
Telephone Main 122.
A Few t'hoice Bargains in
A Bargaia in a
YALE MOTOR CYCLE
in fine shape. $73, with tandem.
All Standard Makes of
From $2.30 to $3."iH.
Motor Cycles. Bicycles and Gen
ARIZONA MOTOR CO.
Phono Red 537. 31 S. First Ave.
INQUIRE AT 141-3 NORTH CENTER STREET
Next Door to Postoffice
BARK & BURNETT
, ' Phone Main 242