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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN "SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 19, IMS.
Twenty Dollars for Two
cream separator made. The Tubular is very simple. I'll bo pleased
to lake it all apart' and explain exactly how it w ill pay for itself
one to three times each year in increased dairy profits.
121126 East Washington
iFrom Territorial Points!
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completely demolishing the roofs of
houses which had maltoid roofing
for a covering; The iinu of I toy &
Tilcoinb was probably the greatest
sufferer among the merchants, the
ice choking up the inside drain pipes
and backing up the water on the
roof until it came through in tor
rents. Added to this, the water
from the hill at the back of the
property, having become choked at
the alley mouth, came in at the
back entrance and sent a flood
across the floors, burying them in
mud. Many of the letter files in the
office were soaked through and
through and the roof was so dam- j
aged that it was necessary to put
on a new one at once. The firm of
Ksculudu Bros, also lost heavily in
the storm and many of the private
houses leaked so badly that much
damage was done to furniture. The
skylight in the lirickwood hotel, con
sisting of heavy skylight glass, va-
smashed to atoms and much glass
was also broken in other places about
town. The hail nearly denuded the
umbrella trees of foliage and de
stroyed much other vegetation.
Though the town suffered, prob
ably the greatest damage was caused ,
to the ranchers along the Potrcro, ,
whose hay fields were covered with .
mini by the overflow of the Arroyo
Seeo and much hay already cured
and in storage is reported to have ,
been injured or carried away.
The Sunday schools of the town
are experienc ing difficulty in bring-
ing off successfully their annual pic-
nies. These ordinarily occur each
year In-fore the rains commense, but
owing to an epidemic of measles
which ha.s prevailed for several
weeks past it was thought best not
to undertake the usual trips at the
regular time, and now the rains have
tome lo further corrugate the lirows
of the teachers and superintendents.
That's our business it
has been so for the many
years since we have been
right in your midst. An
ironclad guarantee oi
good faith, good goods
and square dealing ac
companies every instru
ment leaving this house.
Can One Ask
The Home of
IN NEW QUARTERS
We are now located
in our new quarters
at the corner of
Second Streets, just
opposite the old stand
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You would not trade twenty dollars
worth of butter for two dollars worth of
veal. Yet I can name bright farmers, right
In this neighborhood, who feed young stock
butter fat worth 25 to 35 cents a pound,
when oil meal would bo just as pood for
them. If you feed milk set and skimmed
by hand, you are leaving one-iuarter to
one half the butter fat In the milk. You
are feeding valuable butter to produce
cheap calf fat or pig fat. Gentlemen, that
THE SHARPLES TUBULAR
will save that cream stop that loss and
put you that much ahead. Come and see
the Tubular. Let me explain how and
why it's the cleanest skimming, lightest
running, most durable and easiest handled
123-125 East Adams
The Methodists will go to Mexico
on Thursday, chartering a special
car and remaining during the day
The' Kpiscopnl Sunday school is
planning a trip to the Santa Cruz
river the coming week if the rains
do not prevent.
The three national forests in this
section, the Huachuca, Tumacacori
and Hoboqui vari, which have been
for a year past under the efficient
management of Supervisor 1L tJ.
Wlllson, with headquarters at No
gales, hive now been consolidated by
the forestry service under the name
of the Oarces national forest. The
new forest takes its name from
Garces, the explorer, a Spanish padre,
who in 1 770 traveled up the Colorado
and made extensive explorutions in
California. His reports of this re
gion created much interest among
the people of Kuroe and his name
is now to be perpetuated by a monu
ment much more to be desired than
one of marble, for when such monu
ments ' shall have crumbled and been
forgotten, this forest will probably
lo- at the height of its usefulness to
this great region. The land em
braced by these forests which have
now In-en consolidated covers much
.of the region from Fort Huachuca on
the north to the international lioun
dary line on the south and extends
from the Oro Blanco mining district
and Arivaca on the west to Iu
quesne unj Washington Camp on
the e;tst. Mr. Willson will continue
to be the suiwrvisor in charge of
the consolidated forests and but few
I changes in the pe rsonnel will be
necessary for the present, but the
change will make Xogales an im
portant headquarters for the forestry
service and will necessitate an in
crease in the office force.
"Formnnthi I hnc nvnt tTnMw1th rnvvtAtnarn
ni us d hll kind. f nj-4itrtu;ii. My tigu
tn't-n ''tuJiy ni trroen as era, my hrrath having
f,l -ir. Tw u'k aj;'t a fr:-nJ r'roiiiiiinl 3
twnr.-ti anil at t-r u!nr lifm 1 ran w tliitiL'ty and
rri-T,iiiiy vay that tiiy have eutiri iy cnrf-lni. I
th'-r'lnrc it xu know thnt I alia:) r'mmeiiJ
tim to any n- nfft.Tinu fr-im nuch tnmhlci."
Ciut. H. ilalpun, lift Kivinwrn &i..Xew lofXtf.?.
Plwunt. Palnti.bl. Potent. Tat Hood. To flood,
Iivr sii-k-n, Wokn or orll-. le. 2S-, inc. Nevtf
old In 1,-ilk. Thn c-niitn9 tablet Uamped CCC
Ouar&nti'ed to euro ur your money baclu
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. joS
ANNUAL SALE. TEN MILLION BOXES
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
For inflammation or Tatar.
of the Bladder and Disease
Kidneys. No curr no pay
t'ures quickly aud Perma
nently the worst caes rt
(ionorrhoes and Gleet, ns
matter of how long stand
ing. Absolutely harmless
Sold by druKKists. Prm
1 (), or by rnail. postal!
l mi, a Boxes li lit.
THE SANTAL-PEPSIN CO,
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if ft Jlr The Dowels -4
GLEXDALE, July IS. Irs. Fitch
and Carrie Suit left this, morning
over the S. F. P. and 1. for Los I
Angeles, where they expect to make !
their frturc home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Erlckson left
IGlendale. Mr. Erlckson left Monday
over the S. P. for California, will
spend some time there and then go
to Old Mexico, looking for a new
place to locate. Mrs. Erickson left
Tuesday morning over the S. F. 1
and P. for Pittsburg, Pa., where she
will visit with relatives and friend
for several months, then she will join
Mr. Erickson again.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner left
Tuesday morning for Los Angeles
and Sawtelle, Cal., for the summer.
James Briggs, Hay Suit and John
House all left for the coast this
Twenty-eight cars of cantaloupes
have been shipped this season up to
A bunch of drunken Mexicans was
rounded up by Constable Kudel last
Wednesday and sent before Justice
llummils. Lucus Torres was fin
$110 for furnishing the liquor and
being drunk. Augustine Munose was
leaten over the head with a beer
bottle by Enens Valencia, who then
made his get-away and has not been
There will be a melon party to
night at the home of Mrs. J. W
Stauffer. All who can may come
and have a good time.
A. W. Bennett has purchased
new rubber tired buggy for his
John Wilcox has received two
vounir net squirrels irom nis nroim-r
Miss Edna Beaver, who has been
visiting with her brother, I-. a-rt
and friends in Wtckeiiburg the past
week, has returned home.
Charles Cox has his motor cycle
repaired again and Just hits the high
WHY SOME PEOPLE FALL.
Some people fall down in their
daily work because they are physi-
illy unable to stand it. and because
thev do not know that Scxine Pills
will build up the whole body.
well us the nerves. fl a box; six
boxes J.". with full guarantee. Ad
dress or call on Elvey & Hulett,
where they sell fill the principal
remedies and do not substitute.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
A sure way not to know
much is to think you do.
Men would be just wild to
their taxes if it was against
The onlv time a woman c-ver
really trusts a man s Judgment is
When he married her.
The strongest argument people
gcvm to tliinK lliey nave in a uis-
eiission is to get mad with the other
Why Ho Ignored Him.
The late Archbishop IEyan, when
askeil if he did not care to make
some replies to a cockney Knglish
evangelist's charges, shook his head
"( ih, no. no. I can have nothing
to do with him."
"Why?" was the surprised inquiry.
"liecause." was the calm ersponse,
'lie is the man who heartlessly
drives the 'h' out of home, happiness
and heaven." Freeman's Journal.
I love to heur the bluebells
And little cowslips moo.
(If tiger-lilies roaring I'm
A constant lover too.
liut best of all the garden
To which I love to hark.
Is when at eve I go my rounds
The Johnny-Jum-pups bark.
When a man tries to make love to
his wife she'd In-tter be suspicious
that he's getting ready to break the
news to her that he's going on a
fishing trip. From the New York
Gold Dust, Tuesday, McKce's, 1.1c.
BEFORE GOING AWAY
Arrange to have the Dally Repub
lican follow you. No trouble to
change your address on our mailing
list, no matter how often you move
about during your vacation. 75 cents
per month, Phone Main 47; the cir
culation man there will take care of
If the carrier fails to leave The Re
publican at your address any day noti
fy the office before noon and a spe
cial messenger will deliver it. We
expect subscribers to get their paper
every day in the year, and unless
they advise us of poor service we
cannot properly serve them. PHONE
ment" will often mean the pressing of some
giirmt-nt into its correct shape. In
such emergencies rely upon us and
'you will never get left. We arc cx
1 pert. Cleaners and Pressors and arc
favored with the patronage of the
,best people in town. We send for
and deliver work promptly when
'wanted, and you will find your gar
ments looking like new when they
leave our hands. Our charges will
satisfy you too.
Th8ArizontTCleaniag& Dyeing Works
Mrs. Uilur Wilson. Prop.
239 E. Wash. St. Phone Black 253
IN A DE
Barkley's Ben-Hur Coffee is
put hot in air-tight tins, direct
from the roaster, thereby pre
serving the rich aroma and
If Harry Thaw ever gets out of
Matteawan he never again will set up
the plea of insanity as a defense, no
matter what his offense may be.
.Salt like Desert News.
PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK.
Report of the Condition of The Phoenix
National Bank at Phoenix, in the
Territory of Arizona, at the cloBe of
business, July 15th, 1908.
Loon nml discount
Overdraft, wx-urwi and
UDMMur?d 3l'-,0;t 41
(J. 8. ImnilB u secure cir
culation 1(10,000 00
I'. S. lliinils to secure U.S.
pi-piisilK Mi.iion 00
HnnilM. RKcnritieft. Ptc , oi
Bunkum Ihuikc, ftiruiluru
ttiul fixture ir-.i mi
Other real Mt owuivt 'ici.iOU t
bun from National Italian
lat rwervs airanUi) ... lg.t'.i; .17
Due from Slaw lianka aud
IlanknrH 9,790 77
Doo from approved ra-
"rve aKnU) 167.2.".! 4.1
Cherkt and other cub
ium 23K 91
KxchauKes for clearing
house. 8.910 I
Notes of otter nattouttl
banns. 3i,9.v oo
Frartional paper curren
cy, nickcla. and renin 8u: 15
Lawful money: reeerve in
bank, via: poecie- l.oi3 ir
U-nal Ten-k-r Notes.. 3,125 oo :isl,12l 19
Ked-Ti!ption fond wil h V .
i-.l rt-asnrer (- perc-nt
of t irciilution.) 5,000 tu
CapiUl .stork paKl in .... Iinn.oio oo
SurphiK fund ; 1'O.UOO Uu
Cnlivided profit, let Pi
peline aud taxea paid i,ii i.
National liauk note out
standing U,0Ui "0
Due to other National
Ranks r, -,2'j 21
Due to State limits and
Hankers r. .y:a e2
P-ie to 1 rnt Cc.nipaniis
and s iiiL' Hunk. .. 1.? CT
Irividrmls unpaid..- .- ltii no
ludividtial LivtHisiui sut
ie:t to check I.OJ1.27fi ft::
Drmund certificates of de-
IHM.it 42...T2 lit
erlilied t.'herks. jf it', 70
Ca.hler's Cheeks Out-
Ktaintine R.Mfl VI
V. S. Peposits 41SI78 110
lii-posii;. of T. s. diF-hurs-
inu others .. a.n'i 7o
Mills 1-avahlc. inclmlini:
ccrtiricatrs of deposits
tor money borrowed...
50,iiOlP ll 1,1S7,.'9K u7
TEKKITOKY OF AHIZONA, f
or.vrv fir MAKiroi-A. (
I, K. B. C.ikc, 1-rcMdent of Hit- BlKivi'-named
ank, do solemnly sw ear that the atMiv. kii...
inent la true lo lue beat of mr ltnowlr1ire aud
belief. K. B ;a;k. HrrM.lnt
Suhscritied and svoiu . I. f. ... mu Ihi. 1T1.
day of July, lyes.
Z W. F. STACNTON
V. T. ALKIks J Directors
U.J. McCLl'NU )
It is Crystallized Cactua Candv.
That makes the world seem bright.
Then keep a box handy
Of Crystallized Canor
To keep you feeling rrght.
And if there is a girl expecting
That you will call tonight.
If you want a kiss that
Is brim full of bliss, get
A package of Crystallized Candv
SUMMER UNION SUITS
fine special lot of ladies' very
scy Itibbcd Union Suits,
trimming, regular sizes;
umhrclla knee, with lace
very special value per
2j pieces beautiful sheer quality
in Dotted Swjss, Corded Crossbar
Swiss, Irish Dimities and Corded
Striped Dimities, etc.; goods we
have' been selling at oi'c and "lie
per yard; special sale price 20
Ladies' White Linen Gibson Tie
Oxfords and Pumps, white heels,
turn scdes, soft and easy to the
White Linen Skirts, plain and trimmed, priced for
this week as below:
$10.00 kind this
?in.r,0 kind this
$16.50 kind this
$1S.50 kind this
GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER?
Then let us fit you up with a
You 'will need clothes that are
neat and stylish and have the'
good fitting qualities.
At prices that range from
Q $10 to $30
we are fully prepared to fit you
with just such a suit one that
will make you feel proud wherever
the Phoenix trunk factory.
For Trunk, Suit
Case or Bag.
The best and the
4::3 V. Wash
Phone Red 391.
Olu Trunks taken In exchange.
Ojien every night until 12 o'clock.
Merchants Lunch 11:30 o 1:30
Short Orders from 7 a.m. to S p.in.
DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOURS.'
Private rooms for ladles or parties.
BANQUETS or SPREADS for all
Are the two best
brands sold in the
valley. Can be
purchased on the
South Side of
BIRCHETT DR0S., T. J.
PARRY, GOODWIN BROS,
and A. A. CELAYA, Tempe
or any store in Mesa.
THE BEST ALWAYS'
1 'leached Jer-
of Ladies1 Undermuslins
23 pieces fine sheer quality, soft
bleach India Linon, full SO inches
wide, a nice quality for waists,
dresses and kimonos. Special
l,ri,e 10 l-2d
Children's White Canvas Gibson
Tie Oxford, ribbon lace, medium
and heavy soles, foot form last,
5 to 8 are
SVjv to 11 are.
11 Mi to 2 are.
WHITE LINEN SKIRTS
10 styles Ladles' White. Shirt Waists of nice
ity tussorine lawn, plain, lace or embroidery
ined, good value
at, each ."
Indies" Covert Cloth Riding
the front; we have them in
tan mixtures; this week nt
One lot of two-piece House
colored dots; regular $2.i0
"Marvo," the Handrul'f King, Air
dome, Monday, July 20. A guaranteed
feature act, mysterious and marvelous.
Try our bakery goods,
satisfied. Home linking
ANTON GOLD. Prop.
3rd and Washington Sta.
Hot and Cold Baths free for reg
ular roomers. rlce cool rooms
$7.00 per month and upwards.
Summer rates. Come and look
FOUND THE PLACE.
Sure, Mrs. Mahme, and it's the
blessed truth. V tell you I have
found the plate to get everything. I
wui down town this morning and
walked into Massie Sc Sons' new
place, and they tuck and showed me
all their big store. Why bless your
life they have got their store full
of all kinds of gooils. They have" a
carload of trunks at all prices, from
the cheapest to the finest. Then
they have nice leather suit cases and
grips, and all kinds of telescopes,
and te finest line of dressers I
ever saw, and iron beds, and oh!
such fine springs, book-cases, desks,
tables, rockers, chairs, and you see
that fine rug. f'xlJ, Axminister. I
got it there. Then we went over to
the l"c tables. Just like the vity:
jo, luc, l'ic. 0e and 3c; nothing
over 2."ic. Why I got iin arm load of
little things for Jl.no. I just tell
you, Massie is a blessing to this
town. I cull get anything there for
the house, and oh. so cheap. Mike
and I arc jjoing down and buy our
furniture for our new house at Mas
sif's. Massie i Sons. Massie will
buy all your second hand goods and
pay cash for the-n.
Massie & Sons
Phone Main 257.
114-i.lS V. Wash.
to Men Q
One lot of Ladies' Fine Uleached Jersey Ribbed
I'ants, umbrella knee, lace trimmed, regular sizes,
sheer quality; very sccia! value at 3 lr!i for 1
Another big lot of Men's Fine
Hose in plain lisle, florenza silk
and fancy big assortment of new
colors; also blacks; regular .TT.c
goods; special sale at, pair 20
Ladies' Colored Linen Gibson Tie
Oxford, . ribbon lace, turn sole,
heels to match; come in blue,
champagne and brown; a very
stylish shoe. Price $2.50
On sale this
black, grey, navy
Dresses i n
E, S. Vakelin
During Warm Weather
when every family
Wants the best foods
prepared with the
least anxiety, it Is
well to call attention
will give the best re
sults In the bread
stuff line, and you
will always have
sweet, light, healthy
BOTH BRANDS OF FLOUR.
FOR SALE BY ALL
VALLEY FLOUR MILLS.
WE HANDLE AN
as a delicate Dlece of machinery, not
I as a lot of metal. Send us yours to
I be repaired and the result will show
our skill and knowledge of autos.
i Send it to us while there is only a
j little the matter. That' will save you
I money and the chance of a bigger re-
j pair bill later on.
SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO.
Phone Main 345 225-229 W. Wash. St.
j E. W. BACON, Manager.
If you want everyona to groet you
With a smile upon his faco.
Carry Crystallized Cactua Caiaay,
From Dotufrio's pl0t