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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1909.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
Published Every Day In the Year By
ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY.
OBO. W. VICKERS. Pre Gen. Mgr.
Exclusive Morning Associated Press
D'pT&UcaMon office: Comer Second and
Adams Streets. Telephone Main 47.
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In Los Angeles, San Diego, and Long
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, MAY 1, 1909.
THE TWO GOVERNORS.
Governor Kibbey today at noon will
lay aside the cares of the governor
ship after four years of faithful and
effective administration, during which
the territory has made unprecedented
advancement. He will retire from of
fice with an almost unanimous ap
probation of the manner in which he
has conducted it. His success is due
to the energetic way in which he
has effected changes and improve
ments to meet the increasing needs
of the growing territory.
He will be succeeded by Governor
Sloan, who comes to the office with
more nearly the universal good will
of the people of Arizona than any
of his predecessors. Hitherto there
has been some displeased or disap
pointed faction of the governor's own
party and the attitude of the opposite
party has been generally hostile.
There is none of this now. The long
and eminent service of Judge Sloan
on the bench had long since gained
him the confidence of all Arizonians
regardless of faction and party.
There was good reading for those
who have a patriotic interest in Phoe
nix, on page 9 of yesterday's issue of
The Republican the statements of the
Valley Bunk, the National Bank of
Arizona and the Phoenix National
Bank. Therein was reflected the pros
perity of the valley which everyone
is feeling. The resources of each of
these institutions are beyond the mil
lion mark. An increase of deposits
is shown, aggregating at the close
of business on April 28 $3,020,041.80,
to say nothing of $243,589 01 of sav
ings and certificates of deposit. There
is in each a healthy reserve and, al
together, in comparison with earlier
statements, we may see how Phoenix
is growing, as indicated by the finan
WOMAN AND THE BALLOT.
There is one man in Bloomington,
Illinois, who will no longer favor the
ballot for women. A. O. Murphy is
his name and he was a candidate last
week for the board of education. It
seems that women there can vote at
school elections, and Mrs. Murphy
prepared to exercise her privilege. Be
fore leaving home she wrote out a
check, folded it carefully and put it
in her purse. She did the same thing
with her ballot, and then went to the
olls and voted her check. When
the votes were counted her husband
was tied with another man, and the
question was settled by drawing lots.
Mr. Murphy was beaten. If Mrs. Mur
phy had voted her ballot instead of
her check he would have been elected.
A mere man, it is true, might have
done the same thing; but none was
ever known to do it. Of course this
proves nothing against the fitness of
the woman for the ballot.
"The chatter of English sparrows
almost broke ' up a session of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion," says an exchange. Of course
the sparrows were defeated in the
end. The odds were too great. They
couldn't expect to retain the chatter
A European scientist has invented
an apparatus that foretells earth
quakes, but as it foretells them only
about five minutes before they occur
it is evident that the last word in
earthquake prediction has not ' yet
Lumber men say that hickory is be
coming very scarce in this country.
The news will not surprise men who
who had reason to believe in their
boyhood that their parents were al
together too lavish in the use of
Good morning. Judge Lewis.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY A. CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable In all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by bis
WALDTNO. KINNAN MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testimo
nials sent free. Price 75c per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
DO YOU FEEL WEAK AND LIST
LESS? Do you feel fine In the morning and
evening, but listless in the middle of
the day? Unable to do your work?
Peel lazy? It isn't laziness. You need
a refreshing, nourishing drink. Try
this: Twice a day, in the morning and
In the afternoon, come to our store
and let our soda mrin fix you up a
Horllck Malted Milk, with egg and
fresh, pure milk. It will sustain you
and build you up. Containing milk
and eggs, it makes blood and new tis
sue. Try this every day for two weeks.
You will be able to go back to your
work after each drink and take it up
with vim and interest. Try It. Try it
new. Post Office News Store.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
Florence, Arizona, April 21st, 1909.
The partnership hiretofore existing
between A. W. Gregg and J. J. Greville
has been this day dissolved by mutual
consent; A. W. Gregg continuing the
business and assuming all liabilities
and collecting all firm accounts.
(Signed) A. W. GREGG.
J. J. GREVILLE.
Big strawberry sale at McKee's Cash
Sweet Arizona oranges, $2.50 a box.
TRY A TURKISH BRICK FOR
SUNDAY DESSERT. DONOFRIO
ZUNKEL CONFECTIONERY CO.
POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS,
1c EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS,
15e. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON
The 20th Century Match. Two boxes
for 5c. The only match in the world
that has no after glow. When ex
tinguished can be thrown on carpet
or in a hay stack with no danger of
damage, hence it is the safest match
for farmers or housekeeper's. Ask
your grocer or Ed. Olsen, Agent, 208
West Washington street.
They are all good
goods and guaranteed
t to keep FOREVER.
i 4 cans Monarch Con-
" densed Milk 25c
:: 3 cans Eagle Condensed
:: Milk 50c
I 3 V. C. Beans. .. . . .30c
3 cans Peaches, Pears,
:: Plums, Grapes, Straw
:: berries, Apricots, Rasp
:: berries or Blackberries
I for 50c
. a SMC
.Best sardines you ever
ate at 10c
Best Shrimps you ever
Best Lobsters on earth
Clams or choice select
Cove Oysters, 3 for 50c
A nine i Tnmno
tic Sardines 25c
Ostego Green Chili, the
can , 10c
30c size Armour's Glass
Dried Beef 20c
20c size Armour's Glass
Dried Beef 10c
? Munger Bros.' Canned
Oils, pint glasses ... 15c
One-half gallon 75c
3 cans nice Jelly or Jam
in Beglins for 50c
Santa Rita Pineapple,
the can 25c
Extra Choice Canned
Saratoga Canned Corn
French Peas, a regular
30c seller, the can.. 20c
Van Camp Soups, three
Other folks say that
I am selling goods be
low cost. That - is a
good advertisement for
Big can Sweet Spuds
Big can Hominy 15c
Big can Hulled Corn
f for 15c
These prices do not
hold good the year
Five Points Grocer
The man who retails
Groceries at Whole
I deliver the goods to
all parts of the city.
Have two solicitors
which will call on not
ice. Each solicitor car
ries a . specialty every
Telephone Main 270.
Mr. RocKereller Is recognized as
the greatest business genius and most
efficient organizer this country has
ever produced. He tells in this book
the story of his experiences. A close
study of this volume, which Is replete
with solid business philosophy and
advice, will repay every man who
wants to make a financial success.
The story of his own early hardships
and how he surmounted difficulties.
RANDOM REMINISCENCES OF
MEN AND EVENTS.
BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER.
PRICE $1.00. BY MAIL $1.10.
For sale at the
Post Office News Store
136 N. Center St,
Evorthlng First Claaa
Famous Tony Faust Beer on
JACK GIBSON, Proprietor.
Yes, Massie & Sons are all second
hand nun. Just try us and see. We'll
buy everything you have to sell. We
beat the auctions for prices. Just
try us and see. Here is a big puzzle
for you. We pay the highest price
fur goods and sell for the least money.
Rut we are still able to get our three
meals a day. We have new Iron
Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Cots, Rugs,
Hammocks, Dressers, Rockers, Chairs,
Extension Tables, Stoves and Dishes
Massie & Sons
114-116 W. Washington St.
Phone Main 237.
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Is In fine condition for the season
of 1909 and can be seen,
Mondays and Tuesdays at J. N.
Nofzlnger's ranch, 5 miles west on
Wednesdays and Thursdays at G.
L. Harris' ranch, 4 miles north on
Fridays and Saturdays, Palo Alto
Terms same ns last year.
M. B. HOROVITZ. Owner.
M. Rose Manager.
Needs no Gasoline or Repairs.
"My Lady's Car"
INDIAN MOTOR CYCLES
Always the Best.
Reading and Light Motorcycles;
Cadillac and Winton Automobiles;
Columbia and Light Bicycles.
Tires, Sundries and Repairing.
See us for prices. Quality Counts.
ARIZONA MOTOR CO.
Phone Red 8532. 31 So. 1st Ave.
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i Austin & Souther, J
53 State St., Boston.
Boston Curb Exchange. i
Orders executed and informa- T
tlon furnished on all listed X
Our market letter with inter- T
esting facts concerning
BUSY DRUG STORE
A. L. BOEBHER'S
N. E. Cor. Center and Washington.
S Mid- I
We have just received a shipment of Keider's
Postals the like of which have never been seeii in
Phoenix. See the side window.
SCENIC POSTALS '
An altogether new set of
scenic views of new places in
new colorings places never
heard of before.
I Free j
s Delivery ?
I Service I
Largest line in Phoe
nix. 2 largest Racks.
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WE FIX 'EM. .
None too complicated, none too simple, but all guaranteed at Jack's
PHOENIX AUTO CO.
Phone Main 145. 229 E. Adams St.
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FARMERS, MINERS, PROS
I have the reputation of being
your best outfitter In the city.
I know what you need.
I know how much of each
article you need.
I know how to select goods
Call and we will make up the
order to your satisfaction. If
not able to call, send list and I
will select goods, pack and ship
to you promptly.
Coffee and tea a specialty.
f RANK GRIEBEL'S
21S W. Wash. St Phone M. 43
Don't let your
Plumbing before see
ing us. We can save
you money, and ev
ery job we do is
217 W. Wash. St.
Phone Red 3361.
Send in your repairs.
Chocolate, Maple, Va
and Opera Caramels.
SANICHAS & CO.
Telephone Pied 2031.
The Old Reliable
Established in 1897.
Twelve years' experience has
taught us the needs of the pub
lic in moving Pianos, Furnture,
etc This long experience "s at
the public's disposal at most
reasonable prices. Two phones.
Phone Main 16. 16 S. Center.
n i'i"M inuinnmHK
W. A. REYNOLDS j;
Contractor and Builder::
Plana and specifications furn-
iBhed tree on all work con- ;
tracted or superintended ay , ,
him. Let me plan yeur bouse
for you. .
TEED. ; ;
Phone Red 8255. 1
Residence, 1119 W. Fillmore St, ;
Office, Five Points, Phoenix. ,
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You Must Stop
FOR A WARM ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
DAILY AT THE
the best Steer
Spring Chicken, etc
Let us . show you . the novel
set of Phoenix views, all in a
clever envelope, with a big
red seal. 12 views for 25c.
Worth twice the money.
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They are done by
hand in our laundry,
and it's the only way
to do them. Try us
for fine silk work.
KUM QUAT TREES
ONE DOLLAR EACH
126 N. Center St.
A7. L. Vieux
Proprietor Artificial Cement Co,
Arizona Lime Co, and Asphalt
Works, a First St Office, 40
W. Adams St Phone 2181.
Stewart & Templin
j are always "To the Front" with 5
Bicvcle ReDairina X
i. At the t
T Phone Main 263. X
X Next door to P.O. 3-
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from her boy. We have the va
riety. Tou make the selection.
ARIZONA SADDLERY GO.
45 North Center St. Phoenix.
I Mail Orders H
) Promptly I I
Attended to B
Plioenix Foundry Co,
All Kinds of
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS
Good work and prompt delivery our
specialty. Contractors (take notice)
meet all competition. Let us figure
Rogers & Moore, Proprietors
451 S. Seventh Ave. Phone Main 212.
Capital, Surplus and Profits '..$250,000.00
E. B. Gage, President.
H. J. McClung, V.-Pres.
R. B. Burmister, Cashier.
H. M. Galliver, Ass't. Cash.
E. B. Gage. F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry.
W. T. Staunton. Geo. N. Gage. L. H. Chalmers.
F. T. Alkire. W. A.
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PRESCOTT - - - ... - ARIZONA.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS S270.000.00
Roll of Honor Bank No. 585. , i;
United States Depository.
Territory of Arizona Depository.
County of Yavapai Depository. .
, City of Prescott Depository.
F. M. MTJRPHT, President R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier.
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Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000(00
The National Bank of Arizona,
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY
Prompt attention given to collections and all business details, and
courteous treatment to all of our many tourists.
Headquarters for all visitors.
E. Ganz, President S. Oberfelder, Cashier.
Chat. Goldman, Vice President J. J. Sweeney, Ass't Cashier.
AN INVITATION TO VISIT
our new bank building is cordially extended to our customers and their
friends. Also to inspect our equipment and facilities for safe, convenient
and efficient transaction of banking business. We feel confident that
j o!i w ill be much pleased by having an account with hc Valley Bank,
subject to check.
The Valley Bank
Vf. F. NICHOLS, 3. M. BWETNAM. GEO. H. LUTGERDINQ,
President Vice-President Caaatar.
UNION BANK & TRUST CO.
tO NORTH CENTER ST.
PROMPTNESS, COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION.
We are now located in our new quarters, cor
ner Second Ave. and Jackson St., one block west
of Santa Fe depot. Send us your work.
Kunz Bros. & Messinger
MOHN & DRISCOLL
We want to figure with you
If you wish any kind of plumb
ing, gas fixtures, etc. We guar
antee every piece of work we
do. Try us and see.
Johnson & Remsbottom
22 N. Second Street
Phone Main 22 L
We receive daily fresh
supplies of California
and local fruits and
COLD AIR STORAGE
Drake. H. J. McClung.
Capital and Surplus, JIIC.OOO.OO,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR A
157 N. Faurth Ave. Main 177
G. A. Streitr, County Surveyor.
STREITZ & THOMPSON
U. S. Mineral Surveyors
City, country and mineral sur
veys. Mine work. Engineering
designs. Estimates and Con
struction. Room 6 Monihon Block.
Phone Red 9241.
ANTON GOLD, Prop.
Third and Washington Sta.
Fine, clean rooms, centrally
located; 60c per night and ap.
Come and Investigate
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f We make a specialty of Z
:: Box Trade
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