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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY HORNING, JULY 1!, 1908.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
Published Every Day in the Year By
GEO. W. VICKERS, Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
Exclusive Morning Associated Press
Publication office: Corner Second
and Adams strets. Telephone Main 47.
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Arizona, as mail matter of the second
Py mall, dally, one year
.Weekly, one year
Cash In advance.
Dally, per month
The Arizona Republican Is on sale at
all of Amos" street news stand wagons
in Los Angeles, San Diego and Long
WILLIAM H. TAFT.
JAMES S. SHERMAN.'
I'HoKXIX, ARIZONA. JULY 19. 190S.
THE TERRITORY'S VARIED
Hitherto The Republican Pata
gonia cm-respondent has confined
himself chiefly to mining news, that
industry being the leading one in
Santa Cn:z county. In this issue,
howowr, l-'s letter treats of that
county as o picturesque and fasci
nating summer resort. That his
statements are not in the b-ast over
drawn will be attested by every
traveler who has had occasion to
travel through the hills of Santa
Cruz and away from the railroad
which, like most Arizona railways.
seel:s the plains or -arroyas and the
least attractive sections in order to
secure letter grades. There is no
more delightful place to spend the
summer than in the Santa Rita
mountains, and it is likely that not
one person in a hundred who live
in Phoenix, has the slightest con
ception of the beauties as well as the
latent jesou'ees of that historic sec
tion. The world if beginning to ap
preciate ii few little spots in Ari
Z'i:u like the Salt River valley for
its r.g.-ieuiture, the Grand Canyon
as an iro3irparal le wonder, Prescott
as a Oe'i'-rhtful mountain city, GlolK?
and Itisboe for their mines and Tuc
son lor its historic interest. But
beyond tic shr.de w of all these, there
ar; a tnousrnd places in Arizona
more Oc light fi.l for mountain jour
nevs ami poste.'-sing a native gran
deur as well as wealth in resources,
the development of which is not yet
possible and in many instances the
very existence of which is known to
only a few.
A PLEA FOR THE PAUPER RICH.
A mighty chorus of protest will go
up against the statement made by
Stuyvesant Fish the other day almut
the "pauper rich" He said: 'It is
a great deal harder for a man who
bas Wti living at the rate of J2"0,
UOO a year to get down to a $.".0,000-a-year
standard than it is for a man
who has been living on ?1j a week
to get along on 10." The protest
will be based on the fact that a man
on $15 a week has a very small mar
gin left alter procuring the bare
necessities of life the essentials on
which the union of soul and Ixidy
depend. The man who spends $JO0,
000 a year, or $.",0,000 a year, for that
matter, devotes the major portion of
his income to what are properly
termed luxuries. It might le humili
ating to a man s pride to descend
from a $200,000 standard to a $50,000
standard, but it could.not truthfully
lx cailed a hardship. The suggestion
that it is harder to strip 'tiff some of
the luxuries of the millionaire than
to part with the ordinary necessities
of civilized existence will strike most
people as absurd.
The Los Angeles Times figures
that Arizonians are spending this
summer in that locality, $3,500,000
for the privilege of cooling off. That
is a high price Vo pay for what we
can get so much better and cheaper
within a few hours' ride if we think
we have to have it. Marioopu county
it is estimated, is contributing a half
million dollars to the southern Cali
fornia fund. Hut then, at the end
or the season we will have the sat
isfaction of knowing that we had it
to spend and of having proved
the 'insiders" that we were
We know that none of the demo
cratic speakers felt last night what
they said when they were bearing
down on the republican party. Ac
cordingly no apologies will be de
manded. Now, if it should turn out that tl e
president of Guatemala had contrib
uted to the republican camp-i gn
fund of T.Ki, what would the dem
ocrats make of that? They co-d 1
not, say that he was after special
privileges. It would merely snow
that Mr. Cabrera wanted the domi-
natiiiR government of the western
continent to be one that could be
relied upon. For the same reason,
we Imagine a "'very - larife majority
of all the contributions were mad".
If the country were inclined to
repard the New York Stock Exchange
as the business pulse of the nation
it would feel feverish or depressed
all the time. But it has long siiue
been observed that there is no rerd
relation between ' the doings in Wall
street and the rest of the country.
In fact we have often been pms
erous in the midst of a stock ex
The American athletes may
beaten out of their rights in
Olympic games, but the British
sociation is being informed that it is
nut getting away with the game un
observed. The newly-elected president of the
Panama republic rejoices in the name
of Obaldia. His pictures show that
his name libels his cranial thatch.
John L. Sullivan, it is reported, is
about to seek a divorce. The exam
ple of our first families makes itself
felt all the way down the scale.
Thi busiest man on the face of
this terrestrial globe at the present
moment is the campaign biographer.
It appears that they had that
waiian native dance after ulL
H-fr-H-H1 'I'i W 1 'I' M' 'I1 -M' '' '''
Little James J
(A More or Less Hotanicnl Discussion
of the Presidential Outlook.)
If Willyum J. O'Hrion could 'a' been
in Feenix last night he'd 'a' been
glad. He'd a Knoile 'at th' Aekshun
of th" Nashule Convenshtin at l.-nver
had th' Appmvle of th' Democrisv of
Arizony. He wuddent 'a' seen no Ker
nel Jim Cuffeys a Sneekin' around th'
City Hall I'lazy nor any body else 'at
wanted to do him Dirt an' if he'd a
had any doubts about hisLeekshun he'd
'a' had 'em all Removed by th' Time
'at th' Orryters got through showin'
how Onpossible it was for Mister Taft
to Root Mister OTirien this Yeer.
I ast Mv Paw if K was so what
th' l'ote Rote 'at "Hope Springs
Eternle in th' Human Rrest"-an' he
replize "Yes. James it's so in a Generic
Way an' it's as near th Truth as
Petes gits for they has what's called.
a Pote's License to Group many Facks
'at aint so with some 'at is. . If th'
l'ote hail in mird th' Democrats of
th' United Staits he was off some an'
they got Human llrests too, big Wiins
jist now, so's 'at they Is a little Ches
ty. Hope's springin' in 'em, I 'spose
"Rut Hope aint what's called a
Peryennial Plant in th' Democrat
Prest. tt has to be Sot out ever)' 4
Veers by a Xashnle Convention but
it's got a Fertile Soil an' it Thrives.
It litrally springs as th' Pote sez an'
soon gits to be what's called a Rank
Growth. It Flurrishes worse'n Alfalfy
till th' early November Frosts comes
along an' Harvests it an' then th'
Feeld lies Fallow as' th' Aggercul
cherists says, fer th' next 4 Yeers.
' Hope. James is wun of th' Gratest
things they is. If it wasn't fer Hope
life wuddent be worth livin". If they
wasn't no Hope they wuddent be No
"How about th' Republican Party,"
I asts. "'uddent it grow Hope too if
it Tride?" ?l5
"It Mite, if it had to," Replize My
Paw, "fer pokes can do some Wonder
fle things under Preshure but th' Re
publican Party's got a crop 'at's more
Substanshule an' fill in 'n hope. It's
th' best Pliticle Porridge Plant 'at's
ever been Cnltyvated. It's What's
called th' l)ed Sineh. It looks a good '
Ieel like Hope while it's Growin' but
th' Diffrunce between 'em is 'at th' i
Ded Sineh Matoors while th' Democrat !
Hope (,'iop al&avs finds th' Seeson in i
th' Pni'.d Staits too short." i
"Well," I asts, "What's th' use of th'
Iemocrats tryin' to Raise it then."
"It Kt eps 'em Rusy," Replize My
I'aw, "fer you know th'.Mottoe 'Satin
finds some Mistchef still fer Idol
hands to do.' Oh.Yes, Hope's a good
Thing. It'd be a Grate Clamity to th' j
Country if th' Whole Denvx-rat Party j
wis without Occypashun an" should all j
git into Mistcfief at Wunst."
Then, I sez to My I'aw sez I. "Then j
you don't think There's no Chanst fer
Mister O'lirien?" I
I didn't think so," sez he, "till I
went to that there Rattyfic;ishun
Meetio' last night. I'm most sore now
'at he'll git th' Klectorle Vote rum
Arizony an' that'll Help Some."
Gold Dust, Tuesday, McKee's, 15c.
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Genuine Bargains in
Ostrich Feather Goods
at the Show
Arizona Ostrich Farm
First Street and Adams. Opposite Noble Building.
111 I I I l i 1IU1 Mill 1 H 1-1 1 Hm,
MOHAVE COUNTY MINES.
Work on the Holy Moses shaft is
progressing. The shaft is being wid
ened out and made two compartments
in size and will be sunk to a depth of
two hundred feet. At the present
depth the ore shows good values in
J. C. Totts and T. F. Hogan went
out to the Golden Glance group of
mines, near Thumb Butte a few days
ago. They will look the mines over
and get things in shape to start up
work as soon as the weather moder
A station has been cut on the 500
level of the Victor Gold mine and a
crosscut run to the vein forty-seven
feet. Drifting is now being carried on
at this level, but so far the ore body
has been found to be much broken
and low in value.
C. J. Hutchison, general manager of
the Expansion Gold Mining company,
reports that fifteen thousand gallons
of water is now being produced by
their water shaft and well at the
mines. With a little more work suf
ficient water will be developed to sup
ply a big cyanide plont.
A carload shipment of ore has been
made from the Connelly lease on the
Flores mine this week. The ore is
said to carry good values In gold. The
Elores is one of the old mines of the
Cerbat section and was considered one
of the best properties in that region.
Two carloads, comprising the Sun
cloud mill, passed through Kingman
this week to Chloride, whence it will
be hauled out to the camp of the Arizona-Utah
gold and copper company.
It is the intention of the company to
erect the mill at the mines and begin
the reduction of ore as soon as possi
ble. John F. Jones, at one time super
intendent of the White Hills mines,
under R. T. Root, was renewing old
acquaintances. Mr. Jones went out to
White Hills Tuesday last, where he
will get things in shape to start up
work on the mines. It is probable that
under Mr. Jones' management the
mines of the White Hills will be again
producing- largely. This great group
of mines has hardly been touched, al
though an immense amount of bullion
has been produced. Miner (Kingman.)
Many a man
right lacks the
who s sure
energy to go
All members of Phoenix lodge, No.
335. I!. P. p. E. are requested to meet
at the lodge Mums on Monday. July
2oth. at 10 a. m. to attend the funeral
of our departed brother. Thos. D. lit-n-nett.
PAUL RENAP INGLES,
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
I The Fair
212 E. Washington St
We nre selling our Summer 4.
SL-irtc Wfilelq nn,l Mta ev. T
actly at cost
'. Don't forget our low prices 3. :
on Tin, Glass and Granite
ware, which we are closing
OF MEN'S SILK AND MOHAIR
Is given our Special attention
H'l It I I I I I I1WH
20 PER GENT
Our books show from Jan. 1st
to July 1st, 08, 20 per cent in
crease in- business over the ' J
same period In '07. There must
be a reason. ,
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i"i"i"i"i''i' - i"r - !' - i - 'i'ii' - i - - rii - .i - i.'t.i - n - 4i
Rooms of the
m 1 1 i H I M fr 1 I 1 I 1 1 H i I ,;4
Hili'H4IHIH 1 I M"l"l"M"H-i
: WE ARE OFFERING A
Modern bath and
toilet, large cel
lar, big - screen
porch, large barn,
lighted by electri
city, fine shade
and lawn; Lot 87
by 248 feet and
page wire fence
on easy trms.
Green & Griffin
Real Estate & Invest-
127 North Center St, J
j PHONE -MAIN
SPECIAL SALE OF
E TOILET SOAPS
3 CAKES IN BOX. REDUCED FROM 25c TO 20c 4 BOXES
FOR - 75c-
SPECIAL SALE RUBBER GLOVES, WHAT SIZES WE HAVE
LEFT AT, PAIR 50
ALSO TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL GOODS V OFF ON ALL TOI
LET ARTICLES, AS BATH, HAIR AND HAND BRUSHES,
COMBS, HAND BAGS, POCKET BOOKS, POCKET KNIVES, RA
ZOR STROPS, FINE RAZORS AND TOILET SETS. WE WILL
SURPRISE YOU IN BARGAINS.
A. L. BOEHMER
Cor. Center and Washington Sts.
HAVE YOU TRIED
We buy only the best in the market
THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT
everything New, Nice and Clean.
Garden City Restaurant
Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat Nice private rooms for partial
and families. Short orders at all hours.
REGULAR MEALS 25c
No. SS and 24 East Washington Street.
MARK LAND. Proprietor.
PATENT ATTORNEY S Patents,
copyrights, trademarks American
and foreign. JAMES R. TOWN
SEND, 4.10 Bradbury building, Los
K. E. PASCOE, Notary Public. Con
veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg
ments taken. 110 North Center St.
DR. W. S. LOWE, -Veterinarian. Of- I
f ice 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone !
Red 1223. Res. Phone County 44. j
ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS
J. Q. .A. King, Assnyer and Metallur
gist, Mining, Milling, Smelting and
Irrigation Machinery. IS N. Second
Ave., Phoenix, Ariz.
BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and
Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming
Bldg., Phoenix, Ariz. Patents se
cured. J. W. CRENSHAW, Attorney at Law,
General practice In all the courts.
Office, 211 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix,
Oat Hay. per ton S10.50
Barley, per sack SI. 15
Feed Oats, per 100 lbs S1.75
Sorghum Seed, per lb
Wheat, per cwt $2.00
Free City ' Delivery.
Phone Main 224
117 E Jeff. St.
Every time you think
Hill's Seed House
126 North Center Street.
1 BURBANK'S j
Call and See Them. $20
1 ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. I
5 45 N. Center, Phoenix g
33 N. ,
and our cooking speaks for itself.
Private Family Dining Room.
& CO, Props.
357 N. Fourth Ave.
We are now serving
ICE CREAM SODA
In connection with our long list
of popular cold drinks at the
Headquarters for Low "Prices.
138 West Washington St.
Tis the treasure of all the Desert
At Donofrio's store.
It is Crystallized Cactus Candy -
That makes ycu sing for mora.
THE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD.
An Ideal family resorr where the Arizona people are spending their summer
vacation. Siitated mid-way between the City and Sea. Rates $12.50 op.
! M 1 i' I I i 1 I II I i H..nr.l..M..H
Solicits the deposits and general business of farmers, merchants and
individuals, who may rely uion courteous consideration and the very
best terms that are consistent with good business methods.
EMIL GANZ, President.
SOL LEWIS, Vice. President
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W. F. NICHOLS,
UNION BANK & TRUST CO.
30 NORTH CENTER ST.
PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION.
TWO 40 FOOT LENGTHS STEAM HOSE. A RARE
80 FEET IN
Phone Red 82S.
YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN
Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes.. Private rtoml
and family style when desired. Sing d oes all hie own pastry. For good
dinner on spec if 1 occasions' or at ord inary times come to Sing'a new Amer
33 North Center Street, Phcenix, Arizona.
11 1 1 1 11 1 M 1 1 I I It I U i 1 i 1 1 1 !
t Stewart & Tempio
T Two doors South of Postoffice.
Phone Red 146.
A resort for gentlemen. The
original BUDWEISER BEER
FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop.
L. W. GREER,
217 W. Wash. Street
Phone Red 1131
Let me figure on your
tion guaranteed. Re
pairs promptly taken
Carries the Largest Stock of
Goods in Arizona.
17 W. ADAMS ST.
H. O. RAMSEY
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Gentle horses and nice rigs for hire
-Office and stable corner First ar-
enue and Jefferson Bt.
Phone Black U2 PHmbIx. Aria,
I !' 1 11' ! M'llilll M-H"I M 1 I 1 H
Bank of Arizona,
S. OBERFELDER, Cashier.
J. J. SWEENEY, Assist. Cashier.
i ..h-h-h-M"!-! iiii'H"H"H"i"
No wonder he laughs
Every man with a fat bank account
can afford to lough. 7
Also take a "smile" once In a while.
Put your money In the bank now,
where it will be drawing Interest
that you can spend latter on.
We will be glad to have your ac
count, and talk to you about our
method of paying you Interest '
The Valley Bank
J. M. SWETNAM, GEO. H. LUTGERDINQ.
Corner Second and Adam Sts.
Boston Baked Beans, Roast
Veal, Roast Beef, Roast Pork,
Jellied Corn Beef, Boiled
Tongue, Boiled Ham.
This will save you hot fire
PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET ; X
and workingman s friend.
PETER SEEGER, Prop.
9 W. Wash. Phone Blk. 114L
.p.;. .J. . WM' 'I"X' ! I'M ! l-li-;4
i Freight and Baggage
j carefully and quickly handled.
;ageat reasonable rates.
Pioneer and Consolidated
Transfer and Storage Go.
; Baggage office. 111 North Center St
Telephone Main 143.
General office. 42 South Center St.
j Telephone Main 74.
Strictly on the European plan. Room
by the day, week or month. Finest
bar and club rooms In the Southwest.
BROW, SMITM BELCHER
! CALIFORNIA WINE & LIQUOR CO.
ll.no I claret Snl
as 1. 4) I Znnfanclel l.L".
i xxz 1.7f I HiirKUinly l.Aii
xxxx Z.U) I (iri'iiai ht- 1.7 .
Angelira 1-W I CarlxMin-t i.ou
Mn-rry 1.S0 Sil urii-e bv bl.
J. F. Cutter Whisky, Hermitage. Old
Taylor, Ambassador, King of Ken
tucky and a hundred more of the best
quality, and a full line of Cordials.
Special price for barrel.
Hot Lunch at Richelieu Saloon.
19-21 South Center" 8L
Liquor Core Co.