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TIIE ARIZONA IIIGPUBLIUAN; SATUftDAY JlOliNLNG, MAY 9 1U03
WIVES, Keep at Your Husbands Warm weather Is with us and now comes the trying: time for a woman, when her work is in the warm kitchen over a red-hot cookstove. A few dol lars invested in an Insurance Gasolene Stove or a Standard Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stove, cither of which are absolutely safe and cheaper to operate than a Wood stove, would lessen the work and add greatly to the comfort of the wife. Wives, Keep at Your Husbands until they consent to go with you to DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE and look these stoves over. Stove bills beat doc tor bills. Wives, Keep at Your Husbands Don't forget a picture free with every hammock this week. DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE , PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Mail orders promptly filled. Telephone 236, three rings. Weak Eyes . A great deal of work may be done by WEAK EYES if there Is no actual dis ease, provided they are not urged be yond the limit of their endurance. The first requisite for weak eyes is to ascertain how much of their weak- ) ness may be due to optical defects and what relief may be derived from use of srlasFes. We examine eyts by the latest and most approved methods and correctly diagnose all defects. DR.. GEO. B. PRATT Arizona's Leading Optician, 118 West Washington St. Stubborn CORNS Cured. All corns are alike to Sure Corn Cure that is how much better it Is than other corn cures. Hard or soft corns, new corns or veterans, all fall before it. And it is an easy, painless cure. It doesn't hurt, doesn't cause soreness, doesn't give you any trouble at all except the slight trouble of applying It two or three days. Make up your mind to be rid of corns right now. Price, 25c, GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center Sts Phoenix, A. T. S. L. EASTERLING UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 44-46 E. Adams St. Til. 291 A Lad Attendant ESS For a Short Time Only The Phoenix Stationery and News Co. Will Sell All Framed Pictures at 50 per cent discount Come early and get your choice as they will not last long at this price. News of the Town THE WEATHER Local Dally "Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure Since alnee MEAN NORMAL Ut 0f Month J- T8 72 1 27 . ISO Maximum temperature, 93; minimum temperature, 63. Average relative humidity, 26 per cent. Total precipitation, 0. Character of the day Clear. M. E. BLTSTONE, Section Director. A PARTY POSTPONED. A party to be given tonight by Miss Bessie Fickas at the home of her parents on West Washington street has been postponed. THE IRON SPRINGS SEASON. Joseph A. Hill, late of the police de partment of the city, left this morning for Iron Springs, of which he will be in charge for the season which will open about the 1st -of the next month. .There are a great many things to bo put In order there in the meantime, and Mr. HilJ is the right man to do it. NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles ot incorporation of the Cumberland Coal and. Realty company were filed in the office of the county recorder yesterday. The capital stock is $1,000,000: the in corporators George M. Noble, A. D. Washburn, J. H. Noble and others. Ar ticles were also filed of the Combusti ble Fluid Apparatus Manufacturing company, with a capital stock of $10, 000,000. The : Incorporators are E. W. Morche, John Deis and Charles a. Kneuzel. MORE HOMESTEADS. Notice has been sent out from the Tucson land ol flce that on June a considerable pait of the Camp McDowell reservation will be thrown open to homestead entry. There will be excepted, though, those partB of the reservation on which theic are government improvements and the northern part. Which is occupied by In dians by special permission. These are the Indians whom the white settlers have been trying to have sent back to the San Carlos reservation. A PARDON GRANTED. Governor Brcdie yesterday pardoned Ca-Ma-Ve, an Apache Indian who was seiving a six months' sentence in the jail of this county. He was sentenced early the present year by the justice of the peace at Agua Caliente, the charge being ag gravated assault. The pardon was rec onmitnded by the committing magis trate, the district attorney and others, the lecord showing that he had leen a good prisoner. It was the opinion of those recommending the pardon that he had been punished sufficiently. SANITARY EOARD. There was a meeting of the live stock sanitary board yesterday for the purpose of comparing notes, and routine business Messrs. J. J. Rlggs of Wtllcox and W. S. Sturges of Tucson; members of the board, were among ihe members of the excursion party that went to the Grand Canyon. They combined business with pleasure, Mr. Sturges going to King' rr.an, and Mr. Riggs to Prescott to look after the details of enforcing the new sanitary law at those places. Mr. Sturges left for home' on last night's train. A SIGN FOR SALE. Dr. H. A. Hughes has for sale a piece of decora tion which he will let go for consider ably less than he paid for it. It Is an ornate sign in black and gold bearing the legend, "City Health Officer," in scribed with aH the skill that a local slgnwriter could muster. Dr. Hughes thinks' he paid a dollar for it. He will sell it for 50 cents. No doubt many physicians would be able to pay much more than that for it if they could be satisfied of authorization to make use of It. LIBLIN A FREE MAN. A. Liblin, who was fined $75 for running a disor derly house In the Buckeye neighbor hood, but who took the alternative of serving ten days in the county Jail, completed his term yesterday and was discharged. He believes that he is a financier. He could not have made that much money in the saloon business in Buckeye In the same length of time. Beside, it has cost him nothing to live. While he was in Jail his place of busi ness was burglarized, and the burglar was arrested and brought to the county Jail, where he became the cellmate of Liblin. DR. CRAIG'S RETURN. Dr. Craig, who has been absent from Phoenix for some time, is expected home tomor row. Dr. Craig has been attending the American Medical congress which has been in session at New Orelar.s, where he went as a delegate from the Ari zona Medical association. The doc-tor in letters to friends reports a fine trip from Chicago to New Orleans on a special train which carried twelve Yours Fort lie Asking Catalogues of Tiling Devices. Legal Blanks. Offce Stationery. Typewriters. Printing. Uye H. H. McNeil Co. Opposite Court House. WHY IS IT? that Tones wears cus tom-tailored clothes t bearing this famous uaae-marj while Smith, who pays the same, wears 1 i r . . ' 1 M ui-nxiing reaay made? Jones' father wore Benjamin clothes. Smith 1 never heard of them. Style, ft, cloth ind tailor ing perfect. The price is right your money bck if inything goes wrong. We alone sell them here. THE HUB. Phoenix, Arizona. coach loads of doctors from all parts of the northwest. Among- the celebrat ed physicians were Dr. Adolph Ixr enz. Dr. Millikitz, a famous surgeon from Australia and America's own bril liant surgeon. Dr. John II, Murphy. GRAND CANYON EXCURSION. Among the southern, excursionists who went to the Grand Canyon and return ing left for home last night were Ben Daniels of Nogales, Henry Waller of Morer.ci and J. M. Ormsby of Tucson. Mr. Daniels, who is a particular friend of the president, is now engaged ' in mining and Mr. Ormsby is a member of the board of regents of the universi ty. Mr. Waller is most famous as a Rough Rider and he is the real thing. It is related of him that at San Juan hill he had one arm all shot to pieces but kept his wounds a secret as long as possible for fear he would be sent to the rear and be cheated out of a few return shots at the enemy. His brav ery made a great impreFFion on the president who mentioned him specially in his book. When the president's train rolled into Williams Waller shouted, "Hello. Teddy," and the re sponse was "Hello, Henry, How's your arm ?" IN THE HOLE Among the members of one of the moFt sociable little par ties that ever spent a night a mile be low the surface of the earth were Geo. Smalley, private secretary to Governor Urodie, C. C. Lu mm is of Los Angeles. editor of "Out West," Charles Bull of Morencl. H. V. Anewalt of Prescott and Frank Lane and Dr. Ancil Martin c.f this city. After the return of the presidential party this pirty went down the trail in the Grand Canyon to within a thousand ftct of the water then retraced their steps a short dis- tince to the Indian villages where (hey spent the night, returning to bright Angel the next day just before thi president's train left. It was .1 r."V( 1 experience and they could net help feeling that if tbc big jaws "f the can on were to closo up suddenly they would sure enough be "in the hoie." Mr. Lane continued his Journey to Apache county on business connected with the auditor's office and Mr. Hull and Mr. Ijmmis went to California on the presidential train SAN BERDOO CARNIVAL. Th free street fair and carnival to be held in San Bernardino May Vi to 16. is well under way, and San Bernardino is get ting on her "glad rags," and if one ca 1 judge by the amount of enthusiasm dis played around Berdoo, It Is going to b: a great success. One of the big fea tures will be the free vaudeville shows, for which the best artists on the Coai have been secured. Large platforms have been erected at several different places, and there will be concerts and free shows from 10 a. m. until 11 p. m. The San Bernardino Valley Traction company are making preparations to handle a large number of people, and to that end have secured several new cars. A large force of laborers are at Urbita Springs enlarging the lake and making a number of improvements. The fair will undoubtedly be a big suc cess. . , o EVERY GREAT FORTUNE has Us foundation laid in small savings. Save a portion of your monthly earnings and place it with the ARIZONA MtlLAb SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION, 21 South Center Street. Are vou looking for a good place to board during the summer? The Sixth Avenue" Hotel runs an exceptional.? fine dining-room and caters to the best class of trade. Rates may be naa on application. Get acquainted with the most perfect Underwear for use the year 'round. The Dr. Deimel Underwear of Linen Mesh gives greater comfort and safety. better health and more satisfaction than any other garment. Give yourselves a treat by getting on the inside of it. . All Deimel garments bear the Doimol name on a woven Trademark label. SSMcDoug'all LCassou Co. 1 ho High-Grade Clothiers Those tittle Things the things that less careful makers Jgnore make the -big difference between BENJAMIN Clothes ar.d ordinary ready made. This . famous trade mark . . '..' .. on gentlerren's garments the same as'"Ii kt." on gold and "STERLING" on silver. BEN JAMIN Spring Suits are fault less in fashion, fabric, finish and .fit custom - tailored throughout. Homespuns, cassimeres, chevi ots, worsteds, serges, checks, plaids. Somi-mUltary style; conforms neatly to the shape of the body. 4-buttom tingle breasted; 3-button double.", no to $30. Your money back if anything goes wrong. We sell them here only. ' . - t LOANS Money on bard for good real estate loans at lowest rates. Real Estate Get your property listed on out new list, and we will advertise It free. Rentals All desirable furnished and unfur nished houses for rent. Summer rates now beginning. t Insurance Exclusive agency for eleven of the strongest Are Insurance companies In the world. Also accident insurance. Weirick & Latham 44 N. Center St.. 'Phone 2201 n -1 No Class of iiMiiillll Tflp no IS TOO DIFFICULT TO HANDLE Dr R. E. IRVINE BLOCK, NEXT DOOR AN INEXPERIENCED PURCHASER will never get Imposed upon by dealing at Hurleys, for we keep nothing but the beet of meats. All tender, fresh and of that fine flavor as only choice meats have. Our Eteaks, chops, roasts, etc., are as good as those served at the White House, or at the table of H. R. II. King EdwaTd VII. P. T. HURLEY 17 W. Washington St. 'Phone 121. Is made by everyone who buys a new Bicycle without seeing our s-.ock. We can sell you the finest wheel made the Columbia, standard of the world for the same price you pay for unknown and untried makes. Columblaa and Clevelands, only $40.00 Crescents $30.00 to J33.00 Chalnless Crescents $50.00 to $S5.00 Chalnless Columbias and Clevelands $70.00 to $35.00 ' Our Chalnless wheels at $83 and $93 have CUSHION FRAME, SPRING FRONT FORK, TWO-SPEED GEAR and COASTER BRAKE. X. L. ANDREWS . SON, Bicycles, Automobiles, Sporting Goods, Kodaks, Photo Stock, Typewriters, Graphophones and Talking Machines. 28-30 North First Ave. - .- - - - - Phoenix, Arlxona. Wish... to state that although I recently sold a very flnii orange grove to our fellow townsman, Mr. J. W. Dorris, I still have some good bargains in real estate "up my sleeve" and among them Is another ORANGE GROVE... which I honestly believe to be the best grove of its age in the valley. For further Information call on or address E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite Postofflce. Red Hot Snaps. 1 13c Bottle Pickles. 10c 1 25c package Pan Cake Flour 15c 1 gallon Pure New Orleans Molasses 90c 1 pound Ribbon Cane Sugar (Fine for Syrup) 10c 1 pound Chase & Sanborn's Mocha and Java Coffee, best in the city 35c Pafford's Gash Store 29 South First Avenue. Phone 2555. Dental Work Our specialty is Artificia Teeth that appear natural in every way. If you have us attend to your dental work, you will pay no more than others pay for inferior work and cheap looking . material. Holbrook TO DONOfRIO, IP STAIRS., J GRISW0LD, the- Bicvcle Maa Is Arizona agent for the Racycle, the best and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires ana sundries. Most complete repair shop in the city. Nos. 7 and 9, S. First avenue. El I Just received a very pretty assortment of White Pique A grand line of Linen Skirts. MI ft We are showing the best line of trimmed hats at $3.50 to $5. - It will pay you to look at our hats before you buy. STEIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE MILLINER. Y. mmmm, ajd wahiotqn k. TAILORING. T AM ! REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS- Talbot & Hardware Store jr. Harry Brlsley. BRISLEY Stockmen atlertlcn. We Cresylic Ointment Carbolic Acid Sheep This is the seaso:i for these goods. Call and see us. Hotel Adams. 1 $ If you want the Purest and then Pasteurized Milk and Cream of the Maricopa Creamery Co. No bad flavor, no sour milk, no drugs, no disease germs. Clean, pure, sweet and wholesome. Our wagon on the street will be pleased to serve you. The Maricopa Creamery Company Telephone 1871. a- 2 & 5 E. J. BENNITT, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance and Investments. Wanted to buy cheap patented land under constructed canala With or without water. Farmers having land for sale will do well to list It at once as I have many inquiries for farming lands. 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. JRiBssZESS 118 NORTH CENTER STREET Mohti Undertakers Laa Atteiriaat Slherbets I 1 1 - 1 Ice Cream Strawberries COFFEE AL'S ...RESTAURANT... TODAY. i t t I t Only Restaurant with Cold Storage. 1 M-M-4-4-M-MMJ-M--J. LA DIE LkI M WATER COOLERS AT- t t Hubbard's ! I C. A. Larson. DRUG CO. t have a large stock of StocK Calomel Dip Chloroform Cleanest Milk and Cream, order the TELEPHONE 791 Dorris and Embalmers N. PORTER SADDLE, HARNESS CO. 142 East Washington j. aW We have a fine saddle maker, expert carriage trimmer and harness makere employed. Prompt attention paid ta mail orders. Telephone 2245. Skirts, applique trimmed. : 10 and 12 W. Wash. St. Photniz, Arizona 32 W. Washington Tel 2971.