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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1909. i
Pumps, Engines, Cylin
ders, Pipe and
We Carry the Largest Stock
Ezra W. Thayer
Ah Enviable Reputation"
When you need a plumber the
chances are you need him pretty badly.
And why not get a good one?
Gosart Plumbing Co.
28-30 N. Second Ave.
Phone Main 285. Residence Phone Main 230. t
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RESUMPTION OF WORK
ON IHE OLD GARCIA
BY THE SANTA FE GOLD CO.
A Property Which Hi Turned Out
Wickenburg. Aug. 21 (Ppfctal cor
respondence of The Republican.) A
deal was completed a short time ago,
whereby R. D. McDonald of London.
Ontario, has bonded the old Garcia
claims formerly worked by the Garcia
Gold Mining company to L. K. Rey
nolds of Morristown, Arizona. Mr.
Revnolds has already succeeded in
organizing a new company and ex
pects to start work n the property
about the middle or latter part of next
month This new company is known
as he Santa Fe fold comnanv, and its
officers are Thomas A. Mooney of
Phoenix, president; W. A. Atherton.
secretary and treasurer, and L. F. Rey
nolds, general manager and superin
tendent of work. i ,
The old Garcia claims are located
about eirrht miles outhwest of -here
and about five and a half miles from
Hot Springs Junction This property
holds a record of producing under its
former management, of which Y. Gar
cia of Wickenburg was the head, about
a quarter of a million dollars in gold
during its three years of operation.
The 300-foot shaft on the property
contains at the present time a Targe
vein a little over two inches fn dia
meter, and extends the entire length
or the shaft. This vein contains large
bodies of free milling ore which runs
bout $45 to the ton.
The protierty, with the exception of
a few minor details, has everything
necessary to ana in start the turning
out of the yellow metal.
It has a ten-stamp mill, which at the
expenditure of about $500 can be put
into good working order. Theie are
also a boarding house, bunk house, as
say office and other things necessary
on the property for the starting of
C. E. Tait and Geo. S. Rogers of
Is always found at the
store that specializes.
We specialize on linge
rie gowns. fS p c c x a 1
prices. XUFF SAID.
Third and Washington.
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Phoenix passed through here en route
to Parker and the llurqua Hala val
ley. Mr. Tait is a government em
ploye connected with the department
of agriculture, and he goes there to
make an investigation of the irriga
tion system. Geo. S. Rogers is going
along as the guest of Mr. Tait and to
make personal observations of the
country in that district.
P. H. Arnold, traveling salesman with
Murphy. Grand 8: Co., of San Fran
cisco, Cal., is here on business selling
drygoods for his firm.
John Wi'herlay has started the con
struction of a tent on his lot opposite
the ice plant, to be used a3 a storage
The following guests are registered
at the El'is house: Mr. and Mrs. C.
Warlap of Congress, Mrs. C. P. Lon
gerot of Congress, and K. Kimura of
Jack Gunnel has returned from the
Iron group of claims in the Vulture
district, where he was employed for a
J. D. Rose, of Detroit is registered at
! the Hotel Vernetta.
H. Alwrd of Houghton. Michigan.
M. Z. Morris and W. B. Moffet. Jr.,
both of Phoenix, are registered at the
H'del Vernetta. The -party will leave
this morning for SaversTille and vi
cinity, to investigate its mining re
sources and probably Blake out a few
G. B. Lucas, superintendent . of the
Central Arizona Power company, has
returned from a flying trip to octave,
where he did some work on the trans
mission line to guard it against further
interruption by storms.
The new restaurant recently opened
up at the Ellis house is doing a good
business. It is a nice, clean, home
like place, which is a comfort to the
weary traveler and another business
attraction for the town. ,
Wickenburg entertained two unex
pected guests in its modern homelike
jail yesterday. They were actual
guests, as they had nothing to do with
the Wickenburg authorities.
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Tinning & Plumbing
Tank .Work a Specialty
Estimates Cheerfully Given.-
Wickenburg, Ariz. .
Stop at the
Opposite Depot, Wickenburg. A fitst j
class restaurant ran In connection.
Meals Sic. Special . rates by the i
E. R. RICE,
Mining Engineer and TJ.
S. Deputy Mineral Sur
veyor. GENERAL BLACKSMITH
Mine Work a Specialty.
JOHN A. THRONE.
Phone Main SI Wickenburg, Ariz.
When In Wickenburg stop at the
HOTEL VERNETTA CAFE AND
The test In the city. Commutation
tickets, 15 meals for $5.60. '
J. A. Wilbqurn, Mgr.
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Joe Cok of Prescott,-deputy-sheriff
of Yavapai county, passed through
here from Phoenix with a prisoner by
the name of M. Lopez, who Is wanted
on the charge of . horse stealing in
Prescott. The prisoner was lodged In
the city jail for safe keeping while
waiting for train connections.
Frank Graham of Wenden, deputy
sheriff of Yuma county, was a visitor
here bound for Yuma with a prisoner,
who was also lodged in the city jail
while waiting for train connections.
A. J. Kellis came in from the Brill
ranch yesterday and made known the
fact that he too was a sufferer from
the recent rains. The Brill ranch,
which lies about four miles south of
here along the river, was considerably
damaged. The large bodies or water
from the neighboring canyons north of
the ranch cut big gulches into the
highly cultivated land, washing away
In places as much as four feet of it.
The parts washed away were highly
productive in turnips, potatoes, hay,
GROUND SELECTED fOR
.. PHOENIX CHA1AUQUA
BLOCK DONATED BY JUDGE E.
State to be Built and Grounds En-
The Phoenix Chautauqua will be
held at the N.E. corner of Second
avenue and Adams street. Phoenix,
Arizona. . Judge E. W. Wells of Pres
cott has generously donated his fine
block of ground just west of the
Mclczer Hall on dams street for the
use of the Oiautauqua. This is an
excellent place, 150 feet front, and
near all strcqf cars, and yet far
enough from . them to avoid the
noise of passing cars. In due time
this spacious block will be inclosed
and a suitable stage erected, and
ample comfortabe chairs and scats
You will have the opportunity of
hearing lecturers, musicians, mag
icians, singers, etc., of national and
international reputation. There will
be Prof. A. W. Hawks of Baltimore.
Mr., who will lecture and entertain
on the "Sunshine of Life," and he
has become so famous as a dispenser
of sunshine and cheer and laughter,
that he is known all over the United
States as "Sunshine" Hawks- He has
entertained thousands of audiences
all over the country, at the biggest
and best Chautauquas. He will be in
Phoenix on the first evening of the
Chalitauqua, September 21, 1909, at 8
p.m. By all means hear him.
You will hear the finest, and
sweetest music ever heard' anywhere
rendered by the Royal Hungarian or
chestra. There are people here in
Phoenix who have heard them in the
east and say that they alone are
worth the price of a season ticket. $:J.
You will hear and see the wonder
ful, and marvelous performances of
Nicola, the great magician of Chi
cago. You will hear Capt. R. P. Hobson,
congressman from Alabama and one
of the finest orators in the United
You will hear Gov. Folk of Mis
souri, who has just completed a brief
lecturing tour and made $20,000.
. Bryan, William J. Bryan, the man
who has been candidate three times
for president of the United States,
the greatest living orator of the
world. Everybody says "I want to
hear Bryan." He will be here in
Phoenix on September 23 and lecture
at 3 p.m. on the "Price of a Soul" and
at 8 p.m. on the "The Prince of
Peace." He will not talk on politics.
These lectures are among the worlds
gren.te.st orations. Everybody is go
ing to hear Bryan.
We haven't space- in which to men
tion all the talent that is coming to
the Phoenix Chautauqua, but if you
want to know about all the talent
The Women in Phoenix Know
We don't believe in cutting prices and we don't have to cut ours. We make them right at the start,
and this makes the goods move. If any line chows Inclination to stay with us something that very rarely
happens we know that the price is not to blame, and that the goods must go. When this decision is reached
it Is not a matter of price cutting, but of price obliteration. Cost is not considered at all. We simply wie
out old prices, and make new ones that will compel the goods to start. Today we have put new prices on
a great many articles Corsets. Hosiery, Underwear, Wash Goods, and ir you'll go to our Annex you'll find
lots of wearables at prices that will suit you. Saturday and Monday, two great days by us.
. EXCLUSIVE SHOES
That's our story in a nutshell. For wc are constantly devising ways and means of providing you with
the best footwear the world offers.;.; How well we have succeeded we ll leave to you. A personal inspection
will convince you that our shoes have that exclusive appearance combined with sturdy wearing qualities.
Ladies' Brown Vici Blucher Oxford,
welt sole, brown ooze top, Cuban heel,
cap toe. Ask for No. Bll'6 at.$ J.00
Ladies' Tan Russia Balf Biucher-cut
Oxford, welt sole, cap toe, medium
low heel; a very comfortable last,
all sizes and widths. ' Ask for No.
Ladies' Champagne Kid Blucher Ox
ford, turn sole, military heel, plain
toe; all sizes and widths. Ask for
Xo. B117 at ; 84.00
WE'LL TREAT VoULWE'Arv OLD
FD I F WlY am n,TPyTft fVf Alfr
MH. SWELL VHESSEH:
IF OJfCE yOU GET Iff SIDE OF OUH STOHE
AffD SEE THE SWELL SUITS THAT WE A "RE
SELLING FOH 311.15 WE WILL GET IffSIDE
OF yOUH POCKET BOOK.
WE A HE WILLI ffG TO SELL yOU Affy
OffE OF OUH SIS OK. S17.50 SUMMEH SUITS
F OH. 311. IS: DEC A USE WE OffLy HA VE A
FEW OF THEM Off HAffD AffD DOfiT WAffT
TO CAHHy- THEM OVEH FOH ffEXT SEA-
THE STyLES A HE .-RIGHT UP TO THE
LAST TICK OF THE CLOCK AffD THE COL
OHS AHE COHHECT. "BUT yOU WILL OffLy
FIffD OffE OH TWO OF EACH MODEL. -
OUH HEGULAH GUA HAffTEE GOES WITH
EACH OF THESE SUITS. THE CUT PHICES
DO ffOT CHEATEff THE QUALlTy.
SEE THE STyLES AffD COLOHS Iff OUH
DISTLAy WIffDOWS. T H E ff COME Iff SIDE
AffD SEE THE DALAffCE OF THE 315 AffD
317.50 SUITS FOH 311.15.
you LI "DO
BETTRV AT '
we have published a catalogue of
the Phoenix Chautauqua which gives
all the talent and their pictures, ex
cept the male quartette, (profes
sional), and gives the dates of their
appearance- You can get one of
these catalogues by addressing any
of the leading business men of
Thoenix or a. L. Higgins. secretary
of the Associated Chautauqua?, 602
N. 2nd St., Phoenix, Ariz.
The Phoenix Chautauqua will con
sist of ten full programs, to be giv
en in Phoenix beginning September
21 and ending September 29, 1909.
You can get a season ticket which
will admit you to these entertain
ments for $3, if .you buy it before
September 3st. They are liable to be
all sold by that time- The next ones
will cost i. Get a season ticket
now, it is the cheapest and best way
to see this great array of talent.
These tickets are good in the hands
of any member of your family.
PUBLIC DISCUSSION The public
discussion in the nlaza Sundays still
entertains, and hundreds are listening.
Why not you? Sessions are held from
1 to 3 p. rn. Sabbath school, at 929 W.
Buchanan street.-at 2:45 p. m. Prayer
meeting at the same place at 3:50 p.
THE BEST ALWAYS
nWF nr Ynir
m. Will S. Pender, missionary, 918 E.
YAYUI CANON COPPER CO v.BCK
for sale. Address Fowler, Bean.
Bauer & Kenney, 50 Congress St.,
LA MARQUE CORSETS
Made and built to the fig
ure. Mail orders prompt
ly filled. Send for meas
444 South Broadway,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Saloon. Pool and Billiards.
Budwelser on - draught Old Crow,
Mayfleld and Guckenhelmer Rye
Whiskies are Bold ever the kar.
JOHN P. BODET. r-rop.
Ladies' Brown Vamp Oxford with
light tan top and 3 pearl buttons,
turn sole, military heel, plain toe. Ask
for No. B109 at $-1.00
Black Kid Two-Strap Sandal, turn
sole, military heel, plain toe; a new
one. Ask for No. B24:t at $2.50
Brown Kid Blucher Oxford, turn sole,
Cuban heel, cap toe, ribbon lace; very
soft and flexible. Ask for No. B139
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS.
Is Known Through
out the ' Southwest
as a . -
. Leading Specialist
In Chronic Diseases.
He has the con
fidence and patron
KUe of ttie leading
business men and
most prominent cit
izens of Arizona. The Doctor is a grad
uate of Harvard Medical College. .Was
formerly a member of the Rhode Island
and Colorado State Medical Societies, and
United States Pension Examiner. Health
is wealths-Economy to be well! Ajre
you suffering from some chronic affec
tion? Are you weak, sick and unable
to perform the ordinary duties of life?
If so, beware of patent medicines, In
experieneed .and unskilled physicians.
Dr. Hibbard employs none but rational
and scientific methods lie uses no In
jurious drues in removing the poisonous
efreets of BLOOD AND PRIVATE D1S
EAHES from the system. SEXUAL
WEAKNESS, with all its baneful ef
fects positively cured by the latest and
best remedies. Chronic, nervous. Mood,
kidney, urinary, bladder and special dis
eases treated in a strictlv up to date
manner. All who have been unsuccess
fully treated elsewhere are especially
invited to call Consultation free. Hours
10 to 12. to 3. Oflice and residence
Monroe and Third Avenue. Southeast
corner, two blocks from center of city.
AFHICTED Wim A
SHOUtD CON SUIT
SOME GOOD REASONS
for consulting Dr. Hibbard. 1. Many
years located in Phoenix during nhieli
an enviable reputation for remarkable
cures has bcn established. 2. Un
doubted reliability. All fake systems are
discard. No advertising free treat
ment, no cure no .pay, trial samples,
electric belts, etc., and other deeep
tions. 3. All methods are progressive
and scientilic. free fniin anything inju
rious and objectionable.
I ask no man to take my 'treatment
until convinced (1st) as to a thorough
knowledge of my profession. (2nd) As
to iny unquestioned reliability.- (3d)
That my treatment is based on knowq
edge and experiment, not experiment.
I invite anyone with a chronic disease
to consult ine without charge, and I will
tell each person exactly what can lc
done as to a cure. Investigate my
methods and' appreciate why I have for
years enjoyed the conlidenee and pat
ronage of the best citizenship of Phoe
nix and Arizona generally. Cancer and
external growths successfully removed
without the knife or severe measures.
My seei;ilties are diseases of RIihxI,
Nerve. Throat, Luncs. Stomach, Liver
and Kidneys. Consultation free. Hours
10 to 12; 1 to 3. Ofliee and residenee
Monroe and Third avenue. Southeast
corner, two blocks from tenter of city.
Always Be on the Sale Side
Republican Want Ads Pay
t MfUK'Jjl always u
VS l'3?! up and I
. Aiam izl 1 1
1 . About
Then Worry Ceases
InToilet, Bath, Kitchen and
Laundry-Best Water Soft
ener , and Cleanser, Harm
less to Skin and Fabric. For
sale by all Grocers and
Druggists. We are distribu
tors for Pnoenix.
E, S. Wakelin Grocer Co.
Sexual 'Blood and Genito
urinary Organ Specialist.
' Urethra Obstructions
Specific Blood Poison
The above disorders with their terrible
effects cause depression of mind nd
wrecking of body and racking of the'
nervous svstem. Your life may be at
stake. Why not get the best of treat
ment? -If your eyesight is poor go to a
reliable occulist. If your hearing is ioor
you need a competent aurisL If your
teeth ache call on a good dentist If
burning up with a fever or you have
some acute disease coasult your family
physician. They should treat you. not L
for I do not treat such cases and they
can do better by you. If, however, you
have some serious disease in my line in
which your life and health be at stake, .
it is absolutely necessary for you to con
sult one who has expert skill, large ex
perience and scientific equipment, in or
der to be permanently and successfully
cured. All who have lwen unsneeess
fully treated elsewhere are especially in
vited to call. Consultation free. Hours
10 to 12: 1 to 3. Office and residenee
Monroe and Third avenue. Southeast
corner, two blocks from center of city.
Delay is Dangerous
Are you suffering from Mine chronic
affection? Make no mistake, restore
vour health at once. Get expert medi
cal treatment. Itemember your life may
be involved In treattng your ailment.
Iiisenses which have stubbornly refused
to yield to ordinary medicines, methods
and appliances, are quickly beneilteo
and cured. Have you reached or passed
that stage? Skin. Bhxxl and Private
liseases with all their destroying,
harmful and poisonous effects are com
pletely eradicated from the system
without the use of injurious drugs. I'r.
Hibbard is an educated Specialist, his
references are all the banks of Phoenix,
all the eountv and territorial officials,
as well as the representative business
men of Arizona. The Doctor Is honest
with the sick. If your case is curable
he will tell you. Thus you will save
time, monev and expense. Cancer and
external growths succcssfulyl removed
without the knife or severe measure.
The knife is a failure in a large per
cent of cases. Do nut be deceived if
you have a growth no matter howr
small, whether painless or not. it is
sufficient and should be immediately re
moved before it is too late. Consulta
tion Free. Hours 10 to 12: 1 to 3.
office and residence Monroe and Third
avenue. Southeast corner, two blocks
from center of city.
MORDEN'S BIG SECOND
Buys, sells and rents stoves.
New and second hand fur
niture, stoves and ranges.
Rugs! Rugs! Rugs!
Say, it will make you think you
are in Marshall Fields' to step In
Massie & Sons' store now and see
the large line of Rugs and Art
Squares. Hundreds to select from.
'all fine patterns and all sizes from
7'ix3 to 12x15. See the Massie Spe-
'cial spring with heavy rope cables.
i Will not sag down. I5ct,t grade white
i cotton mattresses. Iron beds in the
Vends Martin (gold) finish. Will
not tarnish, crack or rub off. We
; can furni:;h your house complete. We
will buy all your second-hand goods,
see us before buying or selling.
MASSIE & SONS
114 & 11 W. Washington St,
Pnon Main 1:57.