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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY 'MORXIXfi, SEPTE3IBER 10, 1908.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
Published Every Day in the Year By
ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY.
GEO. W. YICKERfl. Free, and Gen. Mgr.
Exclusive Morning Associated Trees
Publication officer Corner Second
and Adams streta. Telephone Main 47.
Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix.
Arizona, as mail matter of the second
By mall, dally, one year 4J.W
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WILLIAM H. TAFT.
JAMES S. SHERMAN.
For Delegate to Congress
RALPH. H. CAMERON
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SEPT. 16, 190S.
AN ARIZONA PROPOSITION.
In all territorial campaigns The
Republican has urged consideration of
the candidates for delegate to con
gress from the point of view of bus
iness, with respect to their probable
usefulness. A delegate is not in any
sense a congressman. He can be of
no possible service to the party in
congress with which he is nominally
allied and he cannot represent the
political or partisan opinions of a
majority of his constituents. He is
only a business agent, a legitimate
and recognized lobbyist for his terri
tory. So, nothing could be more
foolish than this biennial furore in
which we are advised to vote for
this candidate because he is a dem
ocrat or that, becaues he is a re
jublican. Vc are glad to learn that this
view of the case is spreading over
the territory and that it is likely to
spread to such an extent that Ralph
H. Cameron will be elected, not for
his republicanism, but because a ma
jority of the voters believe that he
will be of greater service to the ter
ritory than Marcus A. Smith.
Our democratic friends are fu
riously fanning the party spirit, with
out explaining what Mr. Smith will
be able to accomplish for his party.
There is no pretense that he will be
able to accomplish anything for his
people. On the other hand, the re
publican organization, while not
claiming that the election of Mr.
!son would be a triumph of re
publican principles, since party prin
ciples are not in any way involved,
urges that Mr. Cameron will be able
to do more for Arizona than Mr.
Smith; that his election will make
statehood easier, while the election of
Mr. Smith would plainly make it
The democrats want to prove that
Arizona would be a democratic state.
In the circumstances that is the kind
of proof that those who really want
admission would prefer to have ex-1
eluded from the record. If Arizona
will be a democratic state let that
fact be given publicity after a state
hood bill has been safely passed and
signed. Then we u ill not care who
knows it if it is so. But "toll it not
in Gath, publish it not in Ashkelon."
THE VOTE IN MAINE.
Though the result of the Maine
election has brought a great deal of
pretended elation to the national
democratic campaign managers, the
republican leaders will not be cor
respondingly depressed. They will
find nothing barometric in it. The
slump of the republican plurality in
the state election had been foreseen
and it may be easily accounted for.
It was moreover foreseen that it
would be the greatest in the rural
districts. It may be said, however,
that the extent of the slump had not
been predicted,, the reduction of the
plurality to less than 8000.
In the first place the great gains
made by the democrats in the coun
try districts cannot be regarded as
an indication of the agricultural un
rest which democratic leaders tell us
exists throughout the country.
The democratic candidate beside
being one of the most popular men
of his party, is the head of the state
grange, which includes a considerable
part of the farmer vote, bound more
closely to Mr. Gardner than it could
have been bound by party ties. The
democratic party of Maine had never
before made so strong and effective
an appeal for agricultural support.
Perhaps a more potent influence in
the election was the prohibition ques
tion which was given greater promi
nence than ever before since the law
of 1S51 became a part of the state
There has for years been a growing
sentiment in Maine, not against pro
hibition but against the law as it
now stands. This change of senti
ment has been reflected in the steady
falling off of the prohibition party
vote, though it Is not to be inferred
that any considerable part of the
strong prohibition sentiment in Maine
has ever been represented by the
third party. However, the defection
from that rarty may reasonably be
regarded as an indication of the
changing sentiment of the whole peo
ple with respect to the law.
The republican party in Maine lias
always stood for the maintenance of
the law. The democratic party has
been regarded for a half century as
hostile to it though never until this
year has it made smcn 'a concerted
attack upon it as it has done in its
proposition for resubmission. So
popular does the proposition seem to
have be-n' that it would probably
have carried but for the large nor
mal republican plurality In the state.
Its popularity was etrong enough
though to draw away 13,000 votes
from the plurality of 1904 and to
increase the democratic vote by 2300
as compared with that year.
This matter has now been dis
posed of for the present whatever
may be the ultimate fate of prohi
bition in Maine. Thus, it is seen
that the situation In Maine is without
a counterpart elsewhere: that the is
sue and influences there are as dis
sociated from national affairs as
would be the issues in a municipal
A Bohemian vineyardist has writ
ten to the local Santa Fe office for
a description of the Salt River Val
ley. In return for it he says he will
send a bottle of the "king's best
wine." The wine should have ac
companied the request. Then he
would have got a description of the
valley that would make his head
swim. He might have read of a
rich region peopled by purple cows,
green elephants and other creatures
of a superheated imagination.
Closely following the establishment
of John D. Rockefeller's relation to
the French nobility of the tenth and
eleventh centuries, there has been a
drop in the price of oil. We hope
that Mr. Rockefeller's ancestry may
be traced directly back to the Grand
The woman lawyers of Paris have
outraged the male members of the
profession there by yielding to a
womanly weakness by having their
pictures published in the papers, con
trary to a rule as rigid as that which
forbids American physicians to ad
vertise. "Maine went," but not to such an
extent as has been profanely de
scribed on earlier occasions, "hell
bent for Governor Kent."
Mr. Bryan complains that Mr. Taft
knows very little about his record.
It must be admitted that it is rather
When the system is weak
and run down, you'll find the
Bitters an excellent tonic and
strength builder. It also pre
vents Heartburn, Indigestion
Don't Cheat Yourself
Iont give up a part of your
income to some one else.
That is what you are doing
if you are paying rent.
If that home you live in cost
the owner $1,800 or $2,000, and
you are paying $20 a month
rent, he is making about 10 per
cent net on his investment. And
that comes out of YOU.
Now, why continue to con
tribute when you can get a
home of your own on the easy
SOME REAL BARGAINS:
Nice 5-room frame cottage on
Grant Ave., in good condition.
Must be sold this week. 2 nice
lots. Trice $1250.
Eirst-class home in "Capitol
addition (a little west of cap
itol) 75x150 feet, 6 rooms, lots
of shade; a place where you
can enjoy all the comforts of a
home. Price $2500.
Nice home on East Washing
ton street, 7 room brick, two
stories, bath, toilet, good barn,
lots of shade; sell furniture if
wanted. - Owner leaving city.
Must be sold within a few days
at a great sacrifice. See me at
Fine lot on East Adams St.,
bargain if sold before October
1st. Price $550.
Nice 5 room cottage on East
Madison street; two lots; lots
of shade. $500 down; balance
to suit. Price $1500.
Nice 4 room brick cottage on
Grant avenue, lot 50x150. A
bargain at $900; part cash; bal
ance to suit purchaser.
Good propositions in valley
Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoenix,
Nov. 9-14, 1908. Attractions
REAL ESTATE t INVESTMENT CO,
26 N.IS ST.
VALLEY LANDSa INSURANCE
FIVE ACRES on Central 'Avenue
with modern six-room brick house,
toilet, wind-mill and tank and good
barn. All in alfalfa. An ideal home
EIGHT AND A HALF ACRES, one
and a half miles from center of
city. A snap for $1200.
TEN ACRES, five miles out, for
$1,000. On easy terms.
TEN ACRES, nine acres in alfalfa,
half an acre in orchard. Good barn
and fair house. $3500.
ELEVEN ACRES with six-room brick
house and cellar, good barn and
corral, wind-mill and tank. One
and a half miles from city. On
good terms $$5,000.
SEVENTY ACRES of alfalfa, two
and a half miles from center of
city, eight-room house with modern
toilet and bath, good barn, wind
mill and tank, half an acre in or
chard, also all farming tools, four
brood mares, two colts, five mules
and sixty head of cattle. For price
and terms, call at our office.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES
two and a half miles from Glen
dale with four-room frame house,
twenty acres of fine alfalfa, bal
ance grain land. A snap for $30
per acre,, on easy terms.
Greene & Griffin
and Investment Co.
REMEMBER WE CLEAN
ALL WORK DONE SATIS
TORILY. Arizona Laundry
Adams and Third St.
You Must Stop
FOR A COOL ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
washing cheaper than any
f other way.
! All flat pieces ironed other
t articles starched and prepared
! . , for Ironing.
GET OUR PRICES.
We have the only system.
M I tt I t I M lilt 1 Mil t
FLORAL STAND AND RACKS
For Funerals. Big Shipments In.
Phoenix Flower House
We have listed for a short
time the cheapest 4fl-aore ranch
X In the valley. Five miles from
the center of town. Old water
T riifpts. This is in the Isaac
i District and can be bought for
less than any similar tract
in the district. Good house,
well and shade; fenced and
cross fenced. This is a snap.
Look it up.
The Rogers Auction Co.
24 West Jefferson St.
Phone Red -2071.
DROP YOCfR MONEY
into the purchase jjf a "'ick f Per
fect flour and you'll get its value
back again in better bread and more
of it. Between tvjo bags of flour
there may be little! or no difference
in appearance. Bui use revals that
to Gimarfnf ii tllA rtthlf. Til (
Perfect flour always gains by com-4
parison 'with other brands. Order a !
sack and see for yourself. i
VALLEY FLOUR MILLS.
THE HOFFMAN CIGAR
STAND, . J. DOYLE, PROP.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND
Corner Broaaway 4 Cantor.
iiiiihiiiii ii nil i
Leave orders at
French's Jewelry Store I
t Or Phone Red 2031.
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Strong, durable, well made whisk broom for any
use, all sizes, 15c up to 50c. See front window.
Shipment just in of Cornell Benzoin soap which
makes your skin velvety, -white, soft and smooth
and removes tan and freckles.. 25c a cake; 65c box.
SPECIAL SALE Strong, Ajax Combs, reduced
from 35c to 25c
A. L. BOEHMER,
Cor. Center and Washington Sts.
W buy only the best in the market
THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT
..- . 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET,
varythina New, Nioe and Clean. Privata Family Dil IUm.
CHARLIE. LINO eV CO, Propa.
! Coolest and Cleaeat Placa In Town to Eat. . Nice prtrata rooms for parties
I - and families. Short order at all hours.
! REGULAR MEALS 25c
Koa. tS and 24 East Washington Streat.
I MARK LAND, Proprietor.
PATENT ATTORNEY S Patents,
copyrights', trademarks American
and foreign. JAMES R. TOWN
SEND, 430 Bradbury building, Los
E. E. PASCOE, Notary Public Con
veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg
ments taken. 110 North Center St.
DR. W. S. LOWE, Veterinarian. Of
fice 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone
Red 1223. Res. Phone County 44.
EN G I N E E RS A N D M ETALLURGISTS
J. Q. A. King, Assayer and Metallur
gist, Mining, Milling, Smelting and
Irrigation Machinery. 18 N. Second
Ave., Phoenix, Ariz.
BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and
Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming
Bldg.. Phoenix, Arlx. Patents se
cured. J. W. CRENSHAW, Attorney at Law,
General practice in all the courts.
Office, 211 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix,
MASSAGE G. A. Roberts, expert
Scientific service. Treatment niven
in your homo. Phono black xsr,.?.
Open Ail Year
There is no season in Tosem
ito more delightful than the
fall months, when clothed in its
autumn hues and over it
spreads the beautiful Indian
summer. Trails and roads op
en to points of Interest. Daily
train service. Write for descrip
For tickets or further Infor
mation see Southern Pacific or
Santa Fe agent.
Address O. W. Lehmer, Traf
DID YOD EVER
Ex amine your hens
for lice? 'I hey have
them and the best
' thing for you to do
is to get rid of
them now. We
have what you
need. :-: :-: :-:
Hill's Seed House
126 North Center Street. '
Madam Egbert Pinney
Teacher Voice Culture.
Grand Opera Repertoire.
821 NORTH FIRST STREET.
Strangers visiting the city will find
it to their Interest to patroniae the
FASHION BARBER SHOP.
Lewis 6V Noble, Props.
43 West Washington St.
Prickly Heat cured by a courne ef
our Special Baths.
Expert Masseur in the dhoou
Moore & McLellan
Undertakers and Embalmara.
I West Adama Street
Telephone Main 111.
and ur cooking speaks for itself.
Per ton S11.00
Oat Hay, per ton JIO.O
Rolled Barley S1.30
Sonchum Seed, per Mb I
Free City Delivery.
Phone Main 224
117 E Jeff. EL
i GOLD HOTEL
ANTON GOLD, Prop.
Ird and Washington Sts.
Hot and Cold Bathr free for reg
ular roomers. Nice cool rooms
$7.00 per month and upwards.
Summer ratea. Come and look
FUMIGATE YOUR HOUSE.
De Pree's Formaldehyde Fumi
gator is the best, most effective, sim
ple and economical to use. For
25c you can fuminate a room
12x14 feet thoroughly. You get
138 West Washington Street,
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THE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD.
An Ideal family reorr where the Arizona people are spending their summel
vacation. Situated m!d-way between the City and Sea. Ratea I12.S0 ap.
lH hi Hill IK Hi III! I I I
I Capital $100,000.00
The National Bank of Arizona,
Solicits the deposits and general business of farmers, merchants and
individuals, who may rely upon courteous consideration and the very
best terms that are consistent with good business methods.
EMIL GANZ, President. S. OBERFELDER, Cashier.
! SOL LEWIS, Vice. Presidsnt J. J. SWEENEY, Ass.st. Cashier.
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W. F. NICHOLS, J. M. SWETNAM, GEO. H. LUTG ERDEMO,
President, Vice-President Cashier.
UNION BANK & TRUST CO.
30 NORTH CENTER ST.
PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION.
BO FEET IN TWO 40 FOOT LENGTHS STEAM HOSE. A RARE
Phone Red S2S.
YEE SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN ,
Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes.. Private reema
and family style when desired. Sing does all 'his own pastry. Far a good
dinner on specurj occasions or at ord inary times coma t Sing's new Amer
ican kitchen. Regular meals 25c; short orders all night.
33 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona.
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A Fresh Stock of
j; Hearsey Tires at
:: in:i, iun:iAm
2 doors south of postoffice.
Phone Black 3291.
Stewart & Tern pi in
MIHHII 1 11 HIM-1 I I Mil
A resort for gentlemen. The
original BUDWEISER BEER
FRANK CONNELLEY, Prep.
217 W. Wash. Street
Phone Red 3301
WE GUARANTEE SATIS
FACTION. LET US FIG
URE ON YOUR PLUMBING
SEND IN YOUR REPAIRS.
THEY WILL, GET OUR
Carries the Largest Stock of
Goods in Arizona.
17 W. ADAMS 8T.
H. O. RAMSEY
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Gentle horses and nice rigs for hire.
Office and stable corner First tr-f
enue and Jefferson CL
Phone Blaok ail PIumbI Aria.
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No wonder he laughs
Every man with a fat bank account
can afford to lough.
Also take a "smile" once In a whlla.
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 oar
method of paying yoa Interest.
The Valley Bank
Corner 8eond and Adams Sta.
.;,,H'i'H"W"M"l''rl'l l i t I t
Hello, Sally. Where are you i
going? You are in a big hurry.
PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET. J
That is where you can get a T
nice juicy steak, chop or any T
kind of finest meat
Fancy spiced corned beef for J,
family use. Roast beef, roast 4
TturL- Hkit.H inm sind tnnru. "r
I'tUMLt S ME.AI MAnrvci
and workingman's friend,
nr-rm f f- f- r r
.A . i.r 1- I D! !. 904 j
OS TV. waart. r muiid oi.bK .
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vj Freight and Baggage
carefully and quickly Bandied. Btor
age'at reasonable ratea.
Pioneer anil Consolidated
Transfer and Storage Co.
I Baggage office. Ill North Center BL
Telephone Main 142.
: General office, 42 South Center Bt.
! Telephone Main 74.
Strictly on the European plan. Jtooma
by the day, week or month. Finest
bar and club rooms In the Southwest.
BROW, SMITfl & BELCHER
CALIFORNIA WINE & LIQUOR CO.
j Port 1.00 Claret Spl. 75 Rieslin
: a l.2r ' " si.w sauterne
: aa l.n) Zanfan'lel 1.' hansel aa
I xxx l.'fj Burmmrly l.-t iutedel
i xxxx 2.fl (ircnai he 1.7 Semillon
AnKi-liei l.So ( arlnoret 2.0u C'rest Blanra
bherry 1.50 .S1 trice bv bl. rtpk. ButkudiIj
J. F. Cutter Whisky, Hermitage, Old
i 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 St.
Indian Baskets and
i Gems, Curios
I ARIZONA SADDLERY CO.
3 45 N. Center, Phoenix E