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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING-, JULY 9, 1910.
A Pipe Dream
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124-130 E. Wash. St.
127-133 E. Adams St.
Convincing Proof fXhilder&kAN
We have always enjoyed tlie reputa- C'OKiPANY
JL Hon of carrying the largest and best lVIr-
4 selected stock of jewelry, cut glass,
3 etc., in tlie city. Nothing succeeds Jewelers
J. like success.
THE BEST COMMERCIAL PRINTING COSTS
NO MORE THAN THE POORER WORK. NEXT
TIME TRY THE
36 S. CENTER.
PHONE MAIN 81.
THE COOKING IS DIFFERENT AT THE
33 North First Avenue
PLANS DRAWN FOR
TWO NEW BUILDINGS
Moore & McLellan to Build a Chapel
and P. A. Tharaldson to Re
model the Hub.
be finished sometime in the fall.
The entire interior of the Hub will
be made over. The fixtures are to
be of mahogany and bevelled glass,
the best the market affords. The walls
will be frescoed and the ceilings deco
rated. The scheme of remodeling in
cludes a basement which will be fitted
up for store rooms and salesrooms. A
fine modern store, up-to-date in every
detail, is planned by the proprietor. The
plans have already been drawn and
work on it will soon begin.
"Mount City Plants are better."
Phoenix Hardware Co.
PEOPLE OF BUCKEYE
TO HAVE RELIEF
The Roads There to Be Put Into Good
The letter of William Walton of the
Buckeye country, printed by The Re
publican yesterday, cdniplaining of the
state of the roads in that part of the
country, left by railroad construction,
was read with interest by the board
of supervisors yesterday.
Chairman Hoghe, though, made the
chopping block by the writer, admitted
that the grievance of Mr. Walton was
well founded. He said he could not
complain of the strictures of the writ
er, for he said that he had made his
own campaign for office on the plat
form of good roads and good govern
ment and he was therefore naturally
in sympathy with any complaint about
The board ordered Road Super
intendent Acuff to proceed to the point
of complaint forthwith and afford the
people of that part of the country all
The supervisors said that the rail
road company had been doing its best
to cause the people of the Buckeye
country the least possible Inconven
ience in the construction of the rail
road and as fast as it could after con
struction had put the road through
which it had passed in good shape. The
county had already made a good road
one mile south of the line of construc
tion and will now proceed to fix tlie
thoroughfares so that the people in no
part of the country will have anything
to complain of.
OF HUMANE SOCIETY
It is Doing Good Work, is in Good
Condition, and Will Not Meet
Again Until October.
ETavo your Suits cleaned
17 South Second St Tel. Black 92C1.
Two importnat steps in the building
up and improvement of Phoenix will
be the erection of a mortura.-y chapel
by Moore & McCIellan next to the
Presbyterian church, on Adams street,
and the entire remodeling of the Hub
by P. A. Tharaldson.
The chapel will cost close to $10,000
and the improvements made on the
Hub store will reach possibly $12,000
The chapel, which has been de
signed by L. G. Knipe, is of Spanish
architecture, a two-story building with
basement. There will be apartments
on the second floor. In front there
V'ill be two towers of mission design.
It is probable that the building will
for you every minute of the
24 hours for each day In
the week, including Sundays
and holidays, if you
OPEN A SAVINGS
WITH US. Jt will earn .1
regular salary, which Is
regularly Increased accord
ing to your industry. Put
aside a small sum weekly,
get the habit, and finnre out
for yViurself what the result
will be. Come in and we'll
talk it over with you.
& Trust Co.
YOU'LL BE GLAD TO
SEE OUR ICE WAGON
flie second time it stops at your door.
You'll be so well pleased with the
big, clean piece of ice we left the
first time that you'll look on us as a
beonfactor, not as a necessary uVil.
We'll not disappoint you, either. We
keep right on leaving the same big
piece the same clean ice. Want us
to commence leaving you some to
morrow? W. H. Constable, Inc.
Phone Main 163.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Phoenix Humane society was hold last
night at the city hall. Tlie president
of the society, J. M. Hoober, being
away for the summer, A. H. Davidson
was named as the temporary chair
man until the annual meeting which
will be on the first Friday in October.
The society is in a comfortable fi
nancial condition and has enough re
sources to maintain It until October.
There will be no neglect of its work
but subscribers to its maintenance will
be pleased to learn that no collections
will be made again until October. It
Is not desired to worry the people dur
ing the hot weather, when the society
can get along with out it. But when
October arrives the society v-ill expect
the subscribers to all be ready nnil
willing to pay and to enter upon a
good vigorous campaign.
Also at the October meeting a draft
of constitution and bylaws which have
been under discussion for some time.
will be adopted for the government of
Announcement is made that any
cases of ill. treatment of animals will
receive attention if reported to A. II.
Davidson, Dr. William Lowe or Phil
Yesterday a poor, old, blind, starving
horse was killed by Dr. II. O. Ramsey,
in accordance with the society's meth
ods. The horse was reported to the
society as wandering along the roads
between the Arizona and Orand6 ca
nals. Dr. Ramsey investigated and
found the horse belonged to a Mex
ican who acknowledged its uselessness
and his inability to make it comfort
able. The doctor told him he ought to
kill it. He said he didn't want to but
gave the doctor permission to do it for
him and he did so at once.
When you are making raised bread
it is a good plan to take out a little
dough and make some bread sticks.
Take out the dough when it is ready
to shape into loaves and make It into
a roll about three-eights of an inch
thick; then cut it in strips about six
inches long, put the strips into a pan
some distance apart, brush the top
with beaten egg and sprinkle poppy
seed over It, When It Is raised suf
ficiently, bake it. v
Peel parsnips and cut them Into long,
thin strips; place them in cold water
for 20 minutes, dry them and fry in
hot lard just as French fried potatoes
CITY WATER USERS
An Explanation of a Thing That Hap
pened at the Waterworks.
The quality of the water which Is
sued from a great many faucets yes
terday set householders to telephoning
to the waterworks to inquire if the city
had struck oil and If it was likely to
withdraw a part of Phoenix for re
classification. The,,, misunderstood , explanation of
the phenomenon created alarm. It was
understood that the greasy, green look
ing fluid had come from the old Gard
iner "well long unused but which had
been broken into. There was a. vision
of long imprisoned typhoid germs
which had been given their freedom.
Bui nothing of the sort had hap
pened. Chief Engineer Thompson told
last night just what had occurred.
There had been some excavation for a
new engine in the vicinity of the old
Gardiner well and it was broken into
as has been described. This well had
long ago been cemented and had
been used as a dump to take up the
drippings of the engines which carry
more or less machine oil. The well
from which water is supplied to the
city is a short distance away. This
well is 150 feet deep and is tightly
closed for 100 feet deep from the top,
so tl i t no surface water nor any wa
ter of the upper strata can get into it.
But below 100 feet the casing is per
forated for the admission of, water of
the lower strata.
This casing is sixteen inches in diame
ter. The pipe of the pump In this well
is fifteen inches so that It fits reason
ably close. The top of this pipe 13
covered with a flange which will ex
clude surface water.
But when the old Gardiner well was
broken into, the water probably rose In
the night and the "skimmings" of oil
percolated through the sand and gravel
lying between tlie two wells and ran
down the outer pipe or the casing of
the well and so was pumped out with
the first flow.
There was nothing poisonous, how
ever unpalatable and unsightly the
fluid might have been. As soon
as Chief Engineer Thompson dis
covered wliat had happened he
caused the earth to be dug away
around the top of the casing
filled it in with boulders and made a
cement covering so that an accident of
that kind in the future will he impossible.
Undertakers and Embalmers.
29 West Adams Street.
Telephone Main 122.
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i When Your i
Need Pressing or Cleaning. Try j
the Sanitary Cleaners.
"the best ALWAYS"
DRESS SUIT CASES AND
Special Sale Saturday and Monday
A THERMOS BOTTLE You can't be without one. Pint size,
3.75. Quart size, S5.75. And we havt' ll,Kant- l"ther cases
to fit both sizes.
LEATHER COLLAR BAGS A real necessity for a traveler. Prices:
S1.50 '! S3 .75.
LEATHER MEDICINE CASE, with complete outfit, flasks, etc.
Prices: $4 50 nd 85.50. Accidents are liable to happen.
LEATHER SHAWL STRAPS Very handy to have on your trip.
55 ""! S1.50.
COAT HANGERS In leather cases, 3 and 4 hnngers in a case, at,
i set S1.25 t S2.50
Toilet Articles Hi Traveler
MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFACTORY.
Rubberized Cretonne Bag, with wash cloth 15()
Rubberized Cretonne Rag, for your toothbrush X0
Fiberoid Soap' Rox 25
Rubber . Sponges 25h 50
"Rrisco" Hair Brushes S1.00 to S2.50
"Kleanwell" Toothbrushes, in sealed boxes, ten different styles,
each 25 6
Dennlson's Pin Tube Glue, no waste X5c?
White Vaseline, in tubes U.Ot?
Vaseline Cold Cream, in tubes li)
Rose and Almond Cream, for sunburn, will preserve the skin;
a Goldwater preparation: ier bottle 257
Goldwater'.s Antiseptic Tooth Paste, in tubes, with patent
squeezer, per tube 19 f
'"Marvo" Vanishing Cream, a skin food, Goldwater preparation;
per jar 25 tv
Italian Orris Root, the best for a dry shampoo' prepaitd for
Goldwater's; large box at . 25
Colgate's Shaving Sticks, in nickel box l)v
r tLCirl Uilom -I
31 East Adams.
Phone Main 11.
Spanish Orchestra will
play at Donofrio-Zimkel
Confectionery Store, 3 to 6
ip. in. and 7:45 to 10:45 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited.
The Ilome of Cactus Candy.
17 W. Adams St.
Established 1892. Im
porter of Scotch Wool
ens. Prices moderate.
Delay is Dangerous
Are you Buffering from some -chronic
affection? Make no mistake, restore
your health at once. Get expert medi
al treatment. Remember your life may
be Involved in treating your ailment.
Diseases which have stubbornly refused
to yield to ordinary medicines, methods
and appliances, are quickly beiietltea
and cured. Have you reached or psissea
that stage? Skin. Blood and Private
Diseases with all their destroying,
harmful and poisonous effects are com
pletely eradicated from the system
without the use of Injurious drugs. Dr.
Hibbard is an educated Specialist, his
reference are all the banks of Phoenix,
all the county 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
lime, money and expense. Cancer and
external growths successfulyl removed
without the knife or severe measures.
The knife is a failure in a large per
cent of cases. Do not be deceived If
von have a growth no matter how
small, whether painless or not. It la
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 blocki
trom center or citr-
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NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS.
Phone Main 241.
132 E. Washington St.
For General Contracting
Office 1S Wall Street.
Phone Black 4721.
I I I M U H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II
New Pumps and Oxfords
Just received, severnl new styles of
Pumps and low-cut Oxfords in all
sizes and widths, made in patent kid,
black Suede, dull kid, brown kid and
white canvas. The products of the
foremost shoe makers of this country.
Style B9i", a dull kid pump, with
perfect fitting ankle strap, short
vamps, high arch and heavy turn sole.
Style B103, Brown Kid and 3-eyelet
Tie and turn sole, short vamp with
wing tip. Stylish, soft and comfort
able. Price S3.00
Style B9S7, White Canvas Tie, light
turn sole. leather heel and straight
House and Bedroom Slippers a Spe
cialty with us.
Visit Our Bargain Basement
our methods, our stock of Lum-
ber and our prices. We are T
confident that it will result In JL
nii.rlnr. T'fkllf hi 1 ttl nfi2 The i
OVlUl.tlfe J . i I
best in quality at the lowest T
price, is our motto.
Bennett Lumber Co.
Corner Second Avenue and y
1 I I It I I I 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 I M'
S. J. EUBANK
Contractor and Builder
Tel. Red. 9464.
Estimates given on all
classes of building.
Office 512 W. Washing
Cold Air Storage Market
S. J. TRIBOLET, Prp.
Telephone Main 6.
218 W. Washington
TEAS AND COFFEES
S. R. RIC2,
Mining Engineer and U.
S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
T nirtrr U o vdmnro fir
i Center Street Hard-
3. f- 1
Easteriing & Whitney
213 W. Washington St.
RECORD OF TRANSFERS.
As Reported by the Arizona Abstract
& Title Company, 134 West
Albert "Wharton and wife to R. C.
and L. M. Shiflet, deed, lot 1 and east
half lot 3, block 1. Phoenix.
U. S. A. to Henry Anderson, patent,
lots l and 2 and south half northeast
quarter, section 3, township 5 south,
range c west.
Territory of Arizona to Henry An
derson, deed, notheast quarter section
3, township 5 south, range G west.
Henry Anderson to Henry II. Hill,
deed, lots 1 and 2 and south half north
east quarter section 3, township 5
south, range C west.
Xeii McEwen and wife to Arthur W.
Edwards, deed, all of block 43,
Frank J. Barr to Ophelia Close, deed,
lot 11, block 31, Grand Ave. Add.
David Close and wife to F. J. Barr,
deed, lot 23, block C. University Add.
Ask Your Grocer for Quail Coffee
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Try It and a Further Discussion of
Its Superiority Will Be Unnecessary
S. Wakelin Grocer Co.,