TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1000
W A IT-
124-126 East Washing-ton St,
East Adams Street.
BUY THE GENUINE
SYRUP OF FIGS
... MANUFACTURED BY ...
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
I5S-XOTE THE NAME.
HOW TO GET WATER
The Subject of Discussion At Dorris
It will be known today whether 'ibe
people nf the alt Kiver valley are suf
ficiently desirous of a permanent an!
uffioient water supply. to bring their
different plans for obtaining it log .-thi-r
and constructing out of 'them a single
plan upon whi h all ran ag've. even it'
'they are n.: i:ite satisfied with it. If
this common plan cannot be reached,
the matter may be considered to be in-
finitely po.-'lpojit d. Promoters of the
various projei'is have come very close
together and tin re is tens 0:1 to be
lieve that it will no: be difticu!'; 11
bring them wholly together. The wh' le
subject has be 11 Rone nv;r so thor
oughly on the streets, in private con
versation and in the i.ewspapers. that
it does seem tha't a wordy discussion is
necessary tu'luy. If there was ev r a
subj. demanding busines s-like treat
ment it is this one. There is no tim
to waste upon theories which have
been exploded or up n others which
remain to be proved. Hv.iy mail know
that the valley needs more w;;t and
every man knows equally well thai it
cannot be obtain. -d with the mean.-, at
han !. It is equally well known that a
tft.irage of Mood waters is a n oessity.
These things need not be discussi d at
all. The drouth of the present seas 01
has made them convincingly and dis
astrously plain. There is only i ne
thing1 to be considered: How shall th -money
be secured for the building of a
For that purpose the following call is
published for the last time:
Believing there is urgent need of
some action in regard to a better sup
ply of irrigating water for the Salt
Uiver valley, and having faith thai
much can be accomplished by concert
ed action of the citizens of Maricopa
county, a 'meeting is hereby called by
the residents of said county, to be held
at Dorris thlater at 10 o'clock a. ni..
Friday. August 31. for the free and open
discussion of ways and means for pro
viding a better water supply, for irrigating-
in said county. Said meeting to
be in the sole interest of the people.
Everybody who has the best interests
of Maricopa county at heart is earnest
ly requested to be present and express
his views on the subject.
Goldman & Co., Walter Talbot, John
Y. T. Smith. John T. Hughes, F. H.
Parker. (I. I". Collins, F. tJ. Fisher, D.
L. Murray, F. I-. Oriswell, T. C. Norris,
David Goldberg. Thomas Hayes, J. D.
Monition. Wolf Sachs, A. J. Peters, Al
bert Miller. J. F. Haigltr. YY. It. Lewis,
J. S. Watrous, Thompson Walker, Will
iam Newell. L. D. I'ook, K. C. Wood
mansee, A. P. Shewman, T. Oronin.
George C. Dornian. George W. Woy, F.
C. Johnson, J. K. Diane, T. M. Gilbert,
F. P. Drew, C. li. Hakes. O. S. Stapley,
J. H. Roghers, H. W. Adams. BartkU,
Adams & Co., Mary W. liartlett, P.. A.
Fowler, Henry Jennings, 11. C. Mann,
Woolsey, C. A. Harkley, X. I:. Cole,
S. S. Stout, James G. Hammels. V. K.
Messenger, D. I-. Sturges, K. K. Jack.
C. D. Clark, S. K. Chapin, J. M. Grier,
J. I!. Hoover, R. P. Price. J. D. Crabb,
C. N. Stewart, A. C. McQueen, S.
Will now buy any $10.00 or $15.00 Pattern Hat in our
Stock. If you want a Dead Swell Hat at the usual price
of a very ordinary one, now is your opportunity.
"HAWAIIANS AfD LADYSM1TI1S'
Trimmed with scarfs in assorted effects et 75c each.
Big lot of "Odds and Ends" in school and Street hafs now
goiDg at 25c actually worth 50 ard 7oc
209-2 1 1 EAST WASHINGTON
In Zantc, one of the Ionian islands,
tl'oYe i ii nrO,.l,iiivi cTirinfr which has I
been known for nearly T.nnO years. It is '
mentioned by Herodotus.
Moote, W. A. McDonald, J. A. Stewart. I
H. B. Morris, Jr., W. J. LeRarron, K. '
AV. Wilbur, S. L. McArthur, George A. j
McDonald, H. E. Ware, John MeliriJe.
J. Miller, J. M. Pike. James Dalton, E.
Kays. George H. Tweed, and many
The above call is cordially concurred
in by the water storage committee of
the Phoenix and Maricopa board of
S. M. M'COWAX, Chairman.
J. ERXEST WALKER,
B. A. FOWLER,
A". L. CLARK.
WANTED, A BREWERY.
An Enterprise That Wickenburg Feels
the Need of.
Harry d well is in kown from Wick
enburg. He wouldn't he here from
anywhere else because he has lived at
Wickenburg and vicinity for the la-t
twenty-five years and expect t : live
there fifty y.ars longer. By that time
he will he ready to di... for Wicken
burg will be a big city and he will be
a millionaire. At the pres.nt time he
id contenting himself with running a
boarding house, corral saloon an-i
other enterprises that go to make up
the metropolitan appearance of that
commercial tenter. He has: recently
elected a brick building sixty feet
square and will build more when the
prosperity of the place demands it.
He is a fori of a walking board of
trade for Wickenburg and said inci
dentally that there was a. chance for
some man who has; a little money, ;to
get rich in Wickenburg by starting a
brew t ry.
There is an unlimited supply of pure
water 'there, (something that for brew
ery purposes cannot be excelled. Such
water as can be found now here else in
th? wobt, for Wickenburg is on the
banks if the Has'sayampa.
Think of it! Beer made f. om Has
sayampa water! R should wv.ini the
cockles of every pioneer Arizonian's
heart ami Underfoots would not be
long in adjusting tneir tasters, for
Hassayampa water is a thing the tour
ist always craves in one form or an
other. But Mr. Cowell wa- not joking. He
was in earnest and rail thai: Wicken
burg was p.oinK to have a brewery i
some day and the man that got there
first wau:d nev r have cause to regret
it.. "It is 5IJ0 miles," he continued, "to
me nearest brewery and a plant at i
Wickenburg could supply Phoenix aru
all Arizona wiuh a urand that would
knock out all the imported beverage?;
ia the territory.
"Then, ton," he said, "a small ice
plant could bu run in connect io-i. There
are now- seven saloon;- in the place and
lots of residents in that vicinity would
use ice if they could get it reasonably
cheap. I: wcu!.: afford an a-.Hli: ional
markef for valley barley and when one
gets to thinking about it there are lots
of business ventures 'that would spring
up in the wake r,f a brewery." He
admitted that the local market for
beer would an.; be enough ;o maintain
a very large plant, but it would heln
and once the product was placed ir.
evidence lie believes, the out.-ide de
mand for it would be so great the ven
ture w. uld prove a financial succes
even if Wickenburg itself should f-.lie
int a mere memory.
WISCOXSI X LIBRARI ES.
Madison. Wis.. Aug. :;0. There was a
large attendance today at the tenth
conference of the Wisconsin State Li
brary association. Papers were read as
follows: "The American Library As
sociation." by Reuben G. Thwaites.
state historical librarian, Ma lis m:
"Library Interests at the Recent Meet
ing of the General Federation of Wo
mens' Clubs." Miss L. E. Sttarns of th
Wisconsin Free Library Commission:
"Library Bulletins and Holiday Ob
servances Do They Pay?" Miss Ella A.
Hamilton. Whitewater: "The Child and
the Library." Miss Bertha H. Blown,
Eau Claire: "Building l'p a Reference
Library, The Wisconsin Frte Library
Commission as a Magazine Clearing
House." Miss Katherine I. McDonald,
BAD BLOOD is a bad thing. It is
responsible for scrofula, salt rheum,
humors and many other diseases, in
cluding rheumatism and that tired feel
ing. Bad blood is made good blood by
Sick headache i3 cured
Fresh and Crisp.
WHITE FLUME CELERY".
FAXCY LEMOXP, "The Big
Juicy Kind." '
Tel. 250. 12 North Oentor St
4 yr-Jrc . i "a
'YOU GET WHAT YOTJ
ASK FOB AT BEAK'S."
THE BEAR lias returned
from a month of solid fun
and enjoyment. We are now
ready for hiiiinesp, ond while
away bought uji some job lots
of Good SOQpS, etc. From
now on keep your cyCS on
the BE.A'S windows.
Opposite City Hall.
1 116 BCbl UI
McCALL'S PATTERNS AND FASHION SHEETS.
I STRAW HAT 1
I At L. L. PLANK ;
K. H. Greene
03 Theres' coolness and com-
g fort in our fine Straw Hats Q
a nd Xight Robes. We must
dispose of them to make
v room - for our fall stock
which is fast arriving. q
w ft the
Night Shirt f
A and e 9
I 'A off l &
S : At l. "..PLANK : g
&k Successor to m
? Z K. H.Greene J Q
O FLEMING BL'K. Q
o 5 o
Dress Goods Prices at Half.
beveral hundred short Jenghtlis of plain acd fancy weaves
in Colored Drfs9 Goods. Economical molhejs will provide
I for the giris school dresses right now if they are wise. Any
j price you like. Just half the regular yardage price.
Nice Warm Bedding,
Splendid assortments of the best hlenkets, wtil made com-jj
fort?, sheet?, pillow ca8s, pillow?, etc. This of comforts andjS
White all-wool California!
blanket, 11-4 size,
New fancy all-wool plaid j
blankets, for bath robes, etc., 1
very handsome color- &r flnj
ings, each tftJtVV
Miil Otdcrs Filled.
T ltli 1 t ls n Hcknowledeil
Dr. iiibbard :-;v:;onrrN;..
iiiul Bladder iis;iisrs. II - j-ri -emiueiU
is chir to !-x.t-i'ptiiiinl abilitf, !mjr ex
perience it n l uSso' u re reliability. Hi-;
iiu'UumIs :i re ;il vi:ys I v U'sl :um best. He
I rents sciriitificHily Sxuai Debility anii
Seminal Weakness, i cmpl.-i-.-iy rc-.-titrin
t iit'i r icrrililf mult'i nii niii ond i t icms. Spec
ial ml Private 'li:-oii'-rs v.'itii liu'ir poinu
cu nli'l d-'-t'iirlivc ciVt m'- -ilily itml j.tTit;
;mcTil!y curcil . "No matter who has luiled
Dr. Hibbr.rd will cure you n ytmr t-nv h.'
1 1 di bit. Cancers, L let-1 n ml ttrr;i I
;ruwtli jtoj-iiiv iy removed without the
kuifa t i'viT:' ni mmivi".. T.'-riiiiouials r.t
oitift. Delay ia oanerous. I'n nit wait
ii'itil toit ititi'. ii .i sii.;f always b exam
ined by an expert. Ti Ik with him h. ml
.iinlirt ynur-if t his ititfjjrity nml ;thi!i;y .
" 'nji!iit:iiionFi-ee- Hour -. h to 12. I to c. !.
T Otli-t-;imi hi bora lory. 'J'! Sfmtli S.-c.i:.l
A Vfiiut1, Hihhanl ftuil'lin-r. r'hot nix. Ariztnui.
Wool filled comfort?, handsome
covered, baud tied, full sue.
Ae vrarm and light as
White blankets, 111 size, al
most pure wool, very tf j a a
soft and fine tp4.UU
Send for Samples.
i Days More
Every dollar's worth of Summer Good.-? must le closed out. Fall goods are already arriv
ing. M'e must liave room. Profit is lost piilit of. No house ever presented such a display of
Astonishing Barpains. All small hroken lots, and, in fact, Summer goods of all descriptions, will
he sacrificed at almost half their former prices. The whole store is one vast storehouse of hargains
Come and see the Advance Fall Styles already on display.
CLOTHINGS 5 $1250 Mat
Men's Fine Summer Coats and
Pants, Formerly Sold For $12.50
and $13.50, to Close Cft
Men's $5.00 and $6.00 Blue Serge
Coat and Vests, to 1 P
Close at vpJ.BJ
Men's $2 50 Crash Suits
to Close at ? I
Men's White . Duck Pants $1 00
and $1.25, to close 1
Will Be Chsed Out at Marvelous
Our Entire Stock of Men's Fine
Trousers regularly worth $2.00
to $600 Will Be Closed Out
at $3.75, $3.50, $2.50
To Close at.
To Qose at.
Worth $13.00, $15 and CQ fi
$16,50 to Close at x)O.UJ
Men's Balbriggan Sliirts and
Drawers, SOc Quality 3()Q
Men's 50 to 75c Night
Shirts! Shirts! Shirts!
A line of Golf and Madras Shirts
some with collars attached others
to wear white collars with, some
with two seperate collars TAp
Your choice for JUv
See them in our windows
REHZMBER OUR PREE EMPLOYMENT OmCE. q
Already our Fall Goods are arriving and if you are looking for Hot Weather Bargains, now
s the time to tet them. Onl v a few davs more and we will he showing our New Fall Goods.
THE KIND YOU'RE
T-aml) chops, ten lei- find juicy; steak
which requires no axe; b.'ef an.i mutton
c.i" the sirae hiRh frraiie in fact all
kinds of meat but jvn r in. 'at aro con
stantly lie fn'jiiJ at Hurley's meat
market. There's :t faii.-faelinn in ffet
.tingr what s-'Uito oli, isn't tliere? We
have a len. recorii as satirliers in the
in. at purveying; line. T.hph ne, 121.
P. T. HURLEY,
S West Washington St., 'Phone 12
RANCHERS, FRUIT GROWERS!
COULTER DRY GOODS CO.,
317-325 South Broadway, Between Third and Fourth,
LOS ANGELES. CAL.
THE REMOVAL SALE
W to 22 KAST WASHINGTON' ST.,
I will pay 15 cents each
Battle Ax Soao Boxes
Just a Little
by the his fire; that's all. It didn't
: store Monday morning with a full line
! of merchandise, and we have been tlo-
itifj business without interruption ever
s.nce. Our stock is brand new. not
damaged by fire or water, and v.e are
prepared to fill your orders for:
CROCK inTiS, HAY AND GRAIN,
HARDWARE. STI'DCRAXER WAG
ONS. MlNIXi SL1TLIES, DRUGS,
I'OWDKi:. CAPS, Fl'SE, CROCK
ERY, ni;nriNG and euxkets,
PAR Sri'I'LlMS, TKXTS, at our usual
FRUIT and ALFALFA.
A representative of the HOWE-CURRY CO. of Los
Angeles is in the City and will give estimates on wells and
pumping plants for irrigating purposes. Address,
FRANK H. HOWE,
General Delivery, City.
i;.-. r,'!!!: WAS
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
ia what you get when purchasing year
foods at this store. Good weight, high,
quality and low prices has made F.
Grlehel's the purchasing center for the
thrifty and for those who appreciate
superior grades of coffees, teas, canned
goods, cereals, flour and meats. "Lira
and let live" Is our motto and w Uts
up to it.
Tel. 48. 218-220 W. Washington St.
mmz wm. fm
' 093 W.wSHIN&TOM
If you are going to the coast or are
packing up to go anywhere, don't place
your effects in that old battered and
worn out trunk. You need a new one.
We have what you want. If not, we
will make what vou want either in
trunks or valises.
j S.J. DOSTER. Prop.
Telephone 223. 419 W. Washington.
j Abundance of Water.
I The Imperial Land Company
!TIiE CLUB STABLES
North Centor Street.
. Handsome Turnouts.
! Horses boarded by the day, week or
I HEM BY GEOROB, Prop.
In the Battle
for ri .cognition, which is now more ai- -ive
ih&n ever between the builders of
pianos, many firms have Cisappeare !.
while a tew have nt only maintair.d
the position trained, but hav ttrtngth
cneil it. Among the leaders th-
Tbe BasMord-Burmistcr Co.,
Caltle Wanted to Pasture.
1.000 bend of c-nllle wonird lo pHvture cilhrr
ty I lie moiitlt or nil ihHr'S inr one your or a
lerni of yenrs, lint' f.'i'd hh1 plenty of WHtrr.
all under I'cnrr, (i rs t-i-ljiss recomeudations
furnished. Write or rail on
J. F. WARREN,
talou, Trpsno County, Clifomia.
i opi'iiiiii; ior srUlcTiieiit l(l.i:in ai-n-s to he ir
iij;ntt'd from llii- l olor.-i'lo river in
tMin bicco County.
subject to entry. I'lipcrtive settlers may
lfiiru full )ii it rs l,y addressing
or oik on
B. V. RICE, F. LEIjIirON, Agents
No. SO NortiiSnd Ave, Fhccnix, A riz
The Cheapest i'iace ia Arizona
To buy first-clasn PIANOS and ORGANS, Sheet
Music and Siiii-JI Tusiftinients.
PIANO IN GOOD CONDITION, $B0.
V. S. JenkinV Temple of Music
33 W. Vi'aohiUilui; Jl.. 1 hjtnii. AiU.
nr:.-' ( ('rtaitily be regarded as a strops
f ic.or in that class of pianos which h.:s
frivci'. to America the prestiire of hoi '.
i:ur the paramount position in tie
prsii'on in the musical industry of :li-
S'.'d for cash or on the smnli month
ly i..iy:.n nt plan.
We sell other nmkes of pianos at prites"
and on terms 'that defy competition.
r. C. AKIN', II. C. MORROW A CO..
V ZAET WASEIXGTON STEEET
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