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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1908.
ABOUT WONDER WASHERS.
1st. It is the easiest.
2nd. It is the quickest.
3rd. It is the lightest.
4th. It is the most durable.
5th. It is the simplest.
6th. It will not shrink or warp. It
has a metal tub.
7th. It washes the dirtiest places
the fastest. '
8th. It will wash one delicate lace
collar or a dozen without tearing or
wearing them, in one minute.
9th.. Free from lost motion or rat
tle. 10th. It will wash as many pieces
as any other family washer, although
11th. No cogs nor gearings.
12th. A girl 12 years old can run
13th. The price is . only $9.75 for
the Wonder Washer, and every claim
made is guaranteed at
Davidson's Cash Store
22 to 24 West Wash. Phoenix
It prevents droppin? or m islavine your
glasses. The chain nrvextanglrs. and winds
up automatically, holding yotir glasses when
not id use. in a safe, handy place. A dainty
device that looks tll ea U cccawm.
60c. and up mT ;lMw. Or post
paid direct from tit.
Svc for frtt illustrated booklet A k.
ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN
Such as stockings, anklets,
wristlets, etc. we do not carry
in stock ' but will take meas
liiements and have same made
by eastern firm who guarantee
ail their goods. If in need of
cuything in elastic goods try
us. Wc guarantee fit and sat-
LARSON DRUG CO.
N.W.Cor. Center & Wash. Sts.
The housewives of Phoenix in
sist on having Home Baking
There's a reason.
HOME BAKING CO.
M J. PETTI D, Manager.
. Olivette Brand
good to eat
YOUR VACATION WILL BE COM
PLETE if you will order tha daily Re
publican sent to you while away from
town. B snail 75 cents, per month.
What can you get more pleasure out
of than this 2 1-2 cents per day. Phone
OF LOCAL INTEREST
NEW NOTARIES. W. J. Skaggw of
Tuma and Itohdrt A. Rogers of Canille,
Santa Cruz county, were yesterday ap
pointed notaries public.
RETURNED FROM SPRINGS.
Among the week enders who returned
from Iron Springs yesterday were: H
I. Latham, 11. 1L McNcii and wife,
LICENSED TO WED. A marriage
license was issued yesterday to Wil
Ham McKinlcy and Bessie Wlnrtt. They
are Indians living on the lower rcscr
PRAYER M E ET i .ni. The prayer
meeting at the Crittenden Home tt'
night will be led by W. D. Himebaugh
and it will begin at 7:30, instead of
S o'clock, as heretofore.
LOCATE IN FLORENCE. W. H
Carver, who has been connected with
the local M. & P. offices, has been as
signed to the P. & E. agency at Klor
ence to succeed F. M. Cobb, and will
remove to that city to reside.
DOWN FROM CLARA. Tom Carri
gan was in the city from the Clara
mine yesterday and says that work is
going along nicely. They are now cm
ploying fourteen men and will erect
another hoist in a few weeks.
POOL RESULTS In the tourna
nient at the Capitol pool hall last
night Wallace was beaten by Creager
the score 85 to 82. Tonight the con
test will be between Michelson and
GEORGE CHRIST HOME. George
Christ returned Saturday from hi
trip to Oak creek, but Is keeping close
under cover. It is. reported that he
caught a trout six feet long, but he
has not been seen to verify the story.
He was out with Captain Ingalls yes
terday at an imaginary dinner eating
the imaginary fish he imagined he
sent the captain.
THE STAGE OF THE RIVER
There was another good flow of water
In the river yesterday, a rise in the
afternoon with a slight fall later in
the day. Figures as to the exact stage
were not obtainable but assurance is
given that there is water enough for
irrigation for some time.
BACK FROM VACATION. James
Blaine of the L'nion Bank returned
from a vacation in the east yesterday
He spent some time at Chicago and in
i Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He was accom-
' panied by Cleveland Grove of Wash
; ington, D. C., who came to look over
the country before going to Los An
PLENTY OF RAIN. IncoTnlng pas
sengers on the afternoon Santa Fc
train report that there has been more
copious shov.ers. in tho northern part
of the territory and considerable water
is running in Granite creek above
Prescott and in a number of the fiats
between there and Ash Fork. No
washouts have occurred on. the road
A HEARING CONTINUED. i-JI
Aguilar. one of the men arrested for a
murderous assault upon Hiia io Are
lano a week ago, was brought before
Justice Johnston yesterday, but . the
matter of his hearing was continued
until today, when Francisco Inigo, who
is under arrest at Buckeye similarly
charged, will be brought in for trial.
COMMENDABLE CONDUCT Ed
gar Ferguson, assistant foreman of
the merchanical department of The
Republican, last night added dignity
to his own fair fame and to The
Republican, by leeoming the father
of a fine daughter. As he Is also
possessed of a son two years old this
makes four mouths to fill with ice
cream and hot cakes and he is grat
ified that the hard times did not
reach as far as Arizona.
CIVIL SERVICE BOARD. Clarence
R. Craig, stenographer to tho chief
clerk in the office of the surveyor gen
eral, has been appointed a member of
the local civil service board and Mai
colm Gillett of the same office was re
centlv appointed secretary of the
board. In the future all the ONamina
tions conducted by the local board will
le held at the capital building unless
special notice is given to the contrary.
Heretofore some of them have been
held there and others at places vari
CENTURY PLANTS At the ranc'i
of 7 B. Acuff, three miles northwest
of the city on the Christy road, may
be seen two very beautiful century
plants, both in bloom.. Both lean a lit
tie to the southwest, owing to the
prevailing winds from the opposite
quarter. Both are of practically the
same size having thrown up their
flowering stalks to the height of about
thirty-five feet in the last two months.
One of the plants had five or six days
the start of the other in the growht
of the stalk but the latter one grad
ually increased its "gait" until It prac
tically caught up so that now they
look like twin plants. It is said that
these plants are suckers from the roots
of former plants that matured, bloom
ed and died. How old these present
plants are was .ot learned. By pop
"ular belief they require a hundred
years to mature but it is certain that
Mr. Acuff has not been living on that
ranch "200 years. The encyclopaedia
gives eight years as an average
growth to maturity.
Let us showy ou
r- i - i ; 1 :
126-128 W. Washington St. '
Tho PEOPLE with tha GOODS
opposto Court Houso
A ROBBER ARRAIGNED. Miguel
Vital.- one of the men implicated in
the robbery of A. Delgado, near the
Porto Itioo saloon -on Saturday night,
was before Justice Johnstone yester
day. but final action wan not taken In
his case pending the caoture of his
partner in the crime. The men held
LVIgado up, Vidal's partner attracting
his attention by holding a knife at his
throat while Vidal went through his
clothes securing about' $30.
SUICIDE IN WENDEN. Ed Doll,
an old-time printer in Arizona, who
was once employed in local offices,
killed himself Sunday night at Wen
den by drinking carbolic acid. He had
been despondent for some time and not
in good health. Only meager details
of the suicide were received yesterday.
Phil Wharton received a telegram
from W. H- Falmer stating briefly
the facts and asking him to inform
Doll's mother, who resides in Tempe.
The deceased left other, relatives and
a wife living in Wenden. The body
will be brought by S. L. Easterllng to
Tempe for burial.
MEDICAL DELEGATES. Arizona
people Who have any notion of getting
sick better do so at once nnd get over
It before the middle of September or
be prepared to doctor themselves. Gov
ernor Kibbey yesterday appointed
delegates to the International Congress
on Tuberculosis, which will be In ses
sion in Washington, D. C, September
21 to October 12, inclusive. The' dele
gate list includes the following named,
every one of whom is a practicing
physician: John W- Flynn nnd C. E.
Yount, Prescott: Francis E. Shine,
Bishee; Chas. T. Sturgess, Globe; W.
H. Fales, Clifton; John W. Foss, Rob
ert Craig, Ancil Martin, Phoenix; John
R. Whiteside, Chloride; J. W. Lennox,
Helvetia; Mary L. Neff, Oracle; Mark
A. Rodgers. Tucsoti; George M; Brock
way, Florence; Albert L. Gustctter,
Nogales; F. W. Sawyer Castle Hot
Springs; John W. Crawford,Mayer;
Rv X. Rplph, Octave; E. B. Ki;telierside,
Yuma. Dr. Chas. A.. Van der Veer of
Phoenix is also a representative of the
organization for Arizona.
We have certainly the finest die
play of oxfords and low cut
shoes for women, it has ever
been our privilege to offer our
trade. We have recently added
20 NEW STYLES comprising
the NEW SMART and COR
RECT STYLES from the best
manufacturers of women's fine
shoes known 'to the trade; shoes
of unquestionable REPUTA
TION for STYLE, FIT and
Carried in the sizes and widths
to fit all feeL A range of prices
from one fifty to six dollars,
each the best of its kind.
H. A. DIEHL
CROP STATISTICS. H. W. Barg-
man and . C. Bradford of the reclama
tion service are now afield gathering
statistics for the year. They have al
ready begun their labors on the south
side. This mention is made that they
may be kindly received by the ranch
ers who until they were informed j
might some of them take exceptions ,
to seemingly leading or impertinent!
questions about their private business.
as a few of them did a year ago when
the statisticians first started out. As
has been explained before, the reclam
ation service statistical department
has a record of every cultivated acre
in the irrigation district and la keep
ing an annual record of what is raised
on it, and what the returns arc. The
purpose of this is not idle curiosity.
but so the government may have the
figures later on to show Just what has
been accomplished by reclamation. It
curacy that it builds reservoirs and
canals. The government is in the
reclamation business to make good. If
it fails anywhere, it wants to know
where and why. If it succeeds, it ;
wants to have the credit for it. If It
does not succeed (but it will), it will
probably go out of the business. But
it will have to be shown first and The
Republican bespeaks a cordial recep
tion for the, statisticians by all the
A Verbal Bracer. "My wife," said
the first clubman, "always mixes me a
cocktail when I go home feeling fraz
zled." "You're in luck," declared the
second clubman. "The best I get is a
chin fizz." Kansas City Journal.
"There came a time in my life," ad
mits the Philosopher of Folly, "when
did not know which way to turn, or
what step to take next. A word from
my dancing master put me right, how
ever." Cleveland Leader.
Don't go without one If you are
ruptured; it's very dangerous any
time of the year, but more so dur
ing the hot months. We know Just
how to fit them, and we carry all
sizes and kinds, so you can be given
We can supply your wants. We
have them selling from 25c up.
A mail order
OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE
PEDALLED TO JAIL
A Mode of Transportation Which
Brought It at Different Terminus
From That Intended.
H. B. Delevan, a telegraph operator,
was fined $60 or 60 days ln Justlcs
Kules' court yelerlay for the theft of
a railroad velociicde belonging to the
M. &P. railroad. Delevan- is now in
the county jail, via the short route,
where ho will get meals at meal time.
The offense was committed Sunday
morning' at Tempe from which place
he' pedaled to Maricopa. There he hid
the vehicle in the brush, but proceededs
to make a big talk about the trick he
had played. His remarks were over
heard by Conductor Gates who report
ed the matter to special Officer Bowl
der, who happened' to be jiassing
through at the time.
Delevan was found and placed under
arrest and brought to Phoenix, where
he was charged with petit larceny. He
admitted his purloining the machine.
J. Freeman, a colored man, was ar
raigned yesterday afternoon for being
drunk and disturbing the peace of a
Mexican woman to whom he addressed
insulting remarks in the presence of
her husband. The husband swore out
the complaint, but when the case came
to trial he was far from firm in his
declarations and showed a disposition
to shield the offender. Freeman was
fined $12. which he paid.
l l lti'SM4
J. Sherburne Jenckes returned yes
terday morning from Iron Springs
where he had spend Sunday with Mrs.
Among the guests at the Commer
cial hotel yesterday were F. V. Rich
ards and wife of Gila Crossing; Lee
Reinhardt, St. 'Louis; A. B.- Boswell,
Los Angeles; L. W. Etites, Omaha;
Mrs. E. Rowley and son of Parker.
The following registered yesterday at
the Hotel Arams: G. M. Halm, Phoe
nix; R. E. Twitchell, New Mexico; R.
E .Wilson, Albuquerque.
At Use Kord yesterday were: J. B.
Kelley, city; Fred A. Payhen, Jerome;
George Holiday; George W. llalsey
and wife, Boston.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, and in order to cure it you must
t:ke internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
( urn is l.'iKcn Internally, an.l arts di
rectly on thf blood ana mucous surfaces.
Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quark medi
cine. It was prescribed by one of the
best physicians in this country for year3
and is a regular prescription. It is com
poscd of the lcst tollies known, com
bined with tho best blood purifiers, act
ing directly on the mucous surfaces. The
iwrfect combination of the two ingre
dients is what produces wonderful re
sults In curing Catarrh. Send for testi
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., -
. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. Tie.
Take Hall's Family Mils for constipa
tion. "How far have you proceeded in
VOIir discussion if ilinirstir tir,i1.l,.tvitf
asked the reporter of the president of
the woman's club.
"I think," ' she replied, "we have
about gone through the trousers' pock
et matter."' Philadelphia Press.
The Mc Doug all &
If you can't come.
WE HAVE A'CWWt.ne LINE OF
DUSTERS, BUGGY CANOPIES AND
OTHER SUMMER GOODS. LOOK
OVER OUR LINE OF 8INGLE AND
DOUBLE DRIVING HARNESS BE
8ADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
8PURS AND BITS.
40 West Washington St.
Telephone Red 131.
Phoenix, Ariz., July 27, 1908. Mr.
W. D. Hammond, City. Dear Sir: I
write this to thank you for the manner
in which you Saturday disposed of my
household furniture. In all they
brought more than double what I ex
pected to get for them; also brought
more money than they cost me. I cer
tainly will advise my friends to have
you do their selling. Again thanking
you, I am respectfully, Jno. B. Duncan.
Ironwood, Michigan, July 19, 1908
To the Stockholders of The Harq.ua
Hala Mining Company:
You are hereby notified that a spe
cial meeting of the stTckholders of the
Harqua-Hala Mining company will be
held In the parlors of the Adams hotel
In the City of Phoenix. Arizona, on
MONDAY, the tenth day of AUGUST
A. D., 19'8, at the hour of two o'clock
in the afternoon, for the following pur'
1st. To elect a board of seven di
rectors to hold office until the next
2nd. To amend paragraph Three of
tho Articles of Incorporation, so as tt
increase the capital stock of said Cor
poration from $1,000,000.00 to 12,000,-
000.00, divided Into 200,000 shares of
the par value of $10.00 each.
4 3rd. To amend paragraph Six of
Hie Articles of , Incorporation of the
said corporation, so as to authorize
said corporation to incur indebtedness
or liability of $1,000,000.00 and that the
highest amount of indebtedness or lia
bility to which said corporation shat
at any time subject itself shall not ex
ceed the sum of $1,000,000.00.
4th. To adopt By-laws for said
Sth. In the event that you are nor
able to be personally present .at the
meeting, kindly sign and mail at once
the enclosed proxy to the Harqua-
Hala Mining Company, Ironwood,
ELVEN T. LARSON,
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Have You Used Crystal Vel
vet or Borax?
For 8 pleasant and delightful bath try either of tiiese. They soften
the water and are guaranteed to have a soothing effect SO cents
a can at : . ..t i .m etvgUjCMIsrf
THE ADAMS PHARMACY
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We have the best brands ob- S
2 talnable of Box Papers, Tablets, E
S Envelopes, etc. E
S Also, the Waterman's Ideal C
Fountain Pen. Best in the S
S market. Give us a call at
STATIONERY AND NEWS CO.
, '11-13 N. Center St. C
YOUR VACATION PLEASURES
Will be incomplete, without the daily
Republican's visit Do not miss a
single issue. Phone Main 47, and give
the address or addresses, where you
want The Republican sent; same price
by mail, 75 cents per montn.
:: White House ::
is selling goods at HALF J
PRICE to make room for fall ! !
goods arriving daily.
:: The White House ::
CLOTHING CO. t
I 214-216 E. Washington St. X !
M ,H .M i 11 I I 1 1 1. r ft l M"M"t"M"
15 East Washington Street
"Oh for a Camera!"
Tou need not OWE for . one, the
prices are so ridiculously low. We
have them from $1.00 up to 135.00.
The Eastman line. The Prenio line.
You can't afford to spend your hard
earned money on a vacation, without
. bringing some of it ' home in- your
Have you seen the new Post Cards
In our window? y
The Store That Carries the Stock.
': Successor- to f
E. L. ANDREWS & SON.
1 1 1 1 1 "l"H' l-l-l "H-H-M-H-H-M-fr-H-
Mt 1 1 1 1. 1 .1't i t"i-1 w ii it 1 1 1 i 1 1 i
are shown in such variety in this
store that not one buyer in a
thousand will fail to find what he
thinks the intended recipient will
be glad to receive. Watches,
ftms and ornaments of all kinds
for men and women, .misses and
wee tots. Will you look thorn
6 t 8 E. Washington St.
'H i M"t"M 1 t 1 1 1 V I ! 1 It I 1 V 1 !
Bishop's : Crackers
60c per box
I ALWAYS FRESH
i VBtzler's Cash . Grocery I
J. .-. . : 35 w. Wash. St
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Why "deprive yourself of the
pleasures of high class music
when you can have it right in
your home at such a small out
lay. Get our terms on phonographs
Edison, Victor or Columbia.
Berryiiill's Big Book Store
"The Thirsty Man's Retreat,"
WE ARE ENGAGED
in the general Jewelry business and
nave made a reputation for sterling-honesty.-
We are constantly getting
up new designs in Rings, Pins, Brace
lets, Lockets, Brooches, Chains, etc,,
and our Watches for both ladies and
gentlemen are well known to be ac
curate time keepers. Clocks and,
Bronzes, Silver Ornaments, Diamonds
and precious stones of all kinds.
F. A. Hilderbran & Co.
Plione Red 251L 10-12 W. Wash.