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TTI1 ARIZONA IfEruHLTCAN: SUNDAY MOHNLNO, MAY 10 i!)03.
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 cookslove. A few dol lars invested in an Insurance Gasolene Stove or a Standard VVicKIess 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 bo 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 every hammock this week. free with DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Mail orders promptly filled. Telephone 206, three rings. Weak Eyes A great deal of work may be done by WEAK KYEH if theie is no actual dis ease, provided they ice 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 n ay be cteried from use of glasses. We examine eyes by the latest and most approved methods and correctly diagnose all delects. DR. GEO. B.PRATT Arizona's Eeading Optician, 11S West Washington St. Stubborn CORNS Cured. All corns ore 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 dt. 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 cf applying it two or three-, days. Make up your mind to be I id of corns light now. Price, 25c, GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center 5t. Phoenix, A. T. S. L. EASTERLING UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 44-46 . Adams St. Tel. 291 A Laiy Attendant v' ft V J Protect you valuables by buying one of Merlink's Home Deposit Vaults. For sale by Phoenix Stationery and News Co. Tel il. i and 1- W. Washington, tit. News of the Town THE WLATHLR Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 21 hours ending 8 p. in. yesterday: Terap.rarure Dejrture Departure Since since MEAN NORMAL Ut 01 MOnth JRD' 1903 7S 72 4 33 124 Maximum temperature, 90; minimum temperature. 67. Average relative humidity, 21 per cent. Total precipitation. 0. Character of the day Partly cloudy. M. E. ELTSTCNE, Section Director. EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services ar 11 . m. Sunday school at 11 a. ni. The public is cordially invited. FIRST CHCnOH OK CHRIST. Scientist; corner of Center and Jefier soa streets: services It a. nr. Subject: "Mortals and Immortals." Sunday school at 12 in. Music under the di rection of Mrs. Defty. Everybody wel come. CHRISTIAN CHVKi'h. Sund.iy school nt 9:43 a. m., C. E. at 7 a. nr.; preaching by the pastor. Rev. ". H. Bagby at 11 a. m. and S p. m.; morn ing subject: "Pauline's Aspirations." Evening, "Altruism vs. Egoism." Music by a l;:rge chorus choir conduct fed by Mrs. S. F. Cravens. THE FUNERAL OF MR. FK'KAS The funeral of the late B. A. Fickas will take place at 4 o'clock tli's after noon from the home of the family at No. liCl West Washington street. He wan a member- of mmy of ths secret society and fraternal organization? of tne city a;id all of them will participate in the exercises. MARK THOMPSON BACK. Mark ThompKC-r.. who was for a long time as sistant postmaster under Colonel Mc Clintock of this cit, has returned tem porarily from Los Angeles where he was employed In the office of Wells. Fargo & Co. He was sent here to act as casr.ter in tne local wens uargu I office r elieving the present ca.-nier, who has been ordered to Clifton. JAPANESE SOCIAL. The primary class of the Baptist Sunday school will hold ii. Japanese social in O'Neill hall j Thursday evening. The little ones will be attired in costume and wril sing songs, etc. While it will be a child ren's social the programme has beer, arranged for the entertainment of grown people as well and they are in vited I) attend. There be no charge for admission. FOR A SUMMER OUTING. J. W. Dorris left list night for San Fran cisco and expects to be gone all sum mer for the purpose of rest and recuper ation of his health. While he is not sick he begins to feel the effect of hard work and wants a little recreation Mrs. Dorris ;-r.d children will join him I after the close of school and t hy will spend a large par t of the summer on the water, j ( ssily going to Alaska. (i. W. HO.iULKY AND FAMILY HERE Mr. and Mrs. C W. Hoadley and daughter. Oladys. f irmer ly of Phoenix but now residents of New York City, arrived here Fi iday night, coming on a special from; Maricopa. They were summoned to attend the lluneral of Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Hcadloy's mother, and are stepping at the Hotel Adams. MARICOPA'S COI'l'.T HOUSE. The courthouse of this county and its accompanying lawns and shade trees are sliil traveling on their beauty. A picture of the building and grounds ai pcars on the front cover of the May number of the Fruit and Irrigation Age, published in San Francisco and Salinas, Cul.. as sir exhibit of what can be ''.one in an irrigation regi n. MR. GLASS' DATES A union youns people's meeting has been arranged for this evening at 6:3" o'clock in th Methodist church, which will be ait dresscd by Hon. J. M. Glass of Pasa dena. Ca'.. He v. ill speak in the Fifth Avenue Christian church on Monday evening and in the South Methodist church on Tuesday evening. The lec ture announced for 3 o'clock today has been cancelled on account of the funer al of Mr. Fickas. BAPTIST SKRVK'ES. The Baptist services will be held in O'Neill hall. Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. nr.; Sunday scho'il at 9:43 a. nr.; Junior Union at 3 p. m.: B. Y. P. V. at 6:30 p. m. In the morning Rev. Dr. Haixey will preac h on- "The Religion Needed in Phoenix." In the evening Hon. J. M. Giass of Pasadena will speak on some topic pertaining to christian citizen ship. All are cor dially invited to t LSt? services. THE ACREAGE SIGNED FOR. The acreagt signed to the articles of the Wat-r Lseia sssDciation now ag gregates over .O.UJO. Another ten thousand mile post lias been pasred since the last official announcement and the signing continues at'nbout the same rate. It is only a matter of lime but. it is taking more time than it Yours Forlhe Asking Catalogues of Filing Devices. Legal Blanks. Offctj Stationery. Typewriters. Printing. X5hQ H. H.lcNeil Co. Opposite Court House, rhocnix, Arizona, ought to. There Is now no reasonable u'juui uuoui ine coiisu uciiun oc ine res- ervoir but if the landowners fail to complete the signing up process in the next few weeks there may be some doubt about the construction work be ginning this fall. The only people that can hurry the building of the reservoir row are the people who are to enjoy its benefits. THE BOSS ALFALFA RAISER. V. J. Welcome brought In a bunch of alfalfa hay yesterday standing some thing over five feet in height in its Ftocking feet. Mr. Welcome said he could have easily increased the length o the straws a fool by digging the roots up. but that th weather was to hot for such violent labor-. This alfalfa was grown six miles northeast of Phoe nix under the Arizona canal and clem- j onstrates what nn Arizona desert can' do by judicious application of a little water. I TE.UPK AFTER A GOOD THING. ! The gentlemen who gave the delightful "Muh ami Milk" social In the Chris--tian church last Thursday evening. ' have been . invited to repeat rhe pro gramme In Tempo i:i the near future and v. ill most likely acce.pt the in it:i- f tion. They say. however, that they can not well haul the mush kettles so far-.' and hence may eliminate that part of, the entertainment. If this c nicert is. repeated iu Tempe there will r.ot be a i hcus-e large enough to hold 11i audi ence if the people appreciate a good thi-. A MOONLIGHT PICNIC. Last evening the guests of the ICe'..co gave a revel farewell party in honor of Miss Trc. bridge, whose departure oc curs nc-xt week. A moonlight drive to th? hole in the rock, where light re fresliirenls were served with only the rays from the inh of night Uo illumine the re-past, was the ir.e-rry way in which the depar ture of Miss Trobridge war cornmcmor ated. The many friends o, Miss Trobi idge and all lovers of art rejoice in the good fortune that brought her to Arizona and hope to see her rp"edy return. M'BOWELL RESERVATION To BE OPENED. Word, has been received from the register of the land olhVe at Tucson. Milton R. Moore, that pl.iis c:" the survey of Camp McDowell, abandoned Military reservation have teen tiled in his ofl'.ce and the lands therein, except tracts upon which th?re are government improvements, and the north half which is reserved for In dian settlers, will he optrr t- homes-tend entry en June 13, 103. NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of the following corporations were frie d in the office of the county recorder yes terday: Tor.cpah Gilt Edge Mining company, capital stock Jl. 000. 000, incor porators V. S. Morrill, A. L. lludgT.s and J. P. Lennessey: The Pacific Oil and G.is company, capital stock tt.OOO.- 000. incorporators G. L. Eops. A. J. Ax tell and F. L. Epp": Lor.e Mountain Horn Silver Mining company, capital stock ?1 OoO.roo, incorporators Yir.cent Perinno, J. W. Douglass, G. W. Rich erds and others. Tennessee and Texa. Mining and Milling company, eapit.il stock J1.C0O.0O0, incorporators J. W. Graham and Henry Jennings. AN EARLY ARIZONI AN. Marsha! Young came in from Turk?y, Arizona, the other day with a large bunch o: cattle from the Young Bros', ranges-. Mr. Young was one of the first resi dents of Phoenix and it i: a pleasure for him to annually meet his friends ia this valley. Thi.-. time it is with more than usual pleasure for Ids friends. Mr. Ycur.g very recently married Miss Acldie Champie. the daughter .of Mr. Champfe, a prominent Columbia mining man. Marshal Young was born in Ari zona in 1n6. being one of the first wh!u children born in this part of the terri tory. A BURNING DRUG ST. IRE. About 1 o'clock this morning frre was discov ered i:r ih ? buse-ine ::t of Mc' "hire's pharmacy on trc c crr.c r of A'iann str eet and First v venue opposite the postorlii-c. The department responded promptly and there was some elilii culty in arousin? Mr. a'-.d Mrs. .Mi-- i dure- u ho were asleep within. It was fortunate for tht-m that the tire was discove red as soon as it was e l.-e they might have bo.i suffocated for the odor of the smokf was very suffocating, smelling like burning rubber. After the firemen gam-d an entrance the smoke roiled out of th building and was fo denre as to be very o':res.-ive some blocks away. The cclh-r of the store is untilize-d for the manufacture of ice cream, soda water and other things as well as being a ftorerooin fur various kinds of foods and the smoke was so d jn.se that il was some time be fore the tiremen could clear it out suffi cient to get below. At press time this morning the fir was still burning and the leva cannot be estimated. o Why not begin the building of your fortune at otic by saving what ycu tun soare and tracing it In the ARI ZONA MUTUAL SAVINGS t LOAN ASSOCIATION, 21 South 'enter Street. Are you looking for a pood place to board during the summer? The Sixth Avenue Hotel runs an exceptionally fine dining-room and caters to the best i class of trade. Hates may be had on a pplication. 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. (Jive yourselves a treat by getting on the inside of it. Ail Deimel garments bear the Deimel name on a woven Trademark label. lMcDougall -Cassou Co, 32 y, Washington Agfmx&fnyr y FOR COMFORT in warm weather the clothes bearing this famous trade mark 1 i Ft t Outing Suits in cool home spuns, serges, and t flannels. Benjamin Waistcoats in linen f duck, pique, and Q flannel LS. Style, ft, dotl, scan;, and tailoring perfect. The price is right ycur money back if anything goes wrong. We alone here distribute ibis f&rfloc appt'el. THE HUB, Phoenix, Arizona, LOANS Money on hand for good real estate loans at lowest rates. Real Estate Get your property listed on out new list, and we will advertise it fren?. , Rentals All desirable furnished and unfur nished houses for rent. Summer rates I now begirning. ! ! Insurance Kxclusive agency for cloven of the strongest fire insurance companies in the v.oild. Also accident insurance. Weirick & Latham A-l N. feater St.. 'Fhone 2201 Ftr-Ade S i 1 J r Mrs. c-uriiiK bloclt. Aylwia's hnirdressing and mar.i parlors, 11 outh Center, Cotton Class of 1 1 !i IS TOO DIFFICULT TO HANDLE il'h fed Ml Dr. R. B. IRVIVE BLOCK, NLXT DOOR - an ine?:perienced purchaser will never g:et imposed upon by dealing :it Hurleys, for we keep nothing but the best of meats. All tender, fresh and of that fine flavor as only choice meats have. Our steaks, chops, roasts, etc., are a-? good a.3 those served at the White House, or at the table of H. It. H. King Edward VII. P. T. HURLEY 17 W. Washington St. Tbone 121 iSr ii uVc 1 n it - - .tk. r v- H O Yes, Sir. we have just the Shoes you v ar.t for Linen and Canvas Slues in high and low cut i j for Outing and all kinds ot Summer sport. ' A i:air- if Linen Shoes are the swell thip;;s to wear ith you: I You'll need a j.-air, when you are reaely for your Summer vacation. HiB B A in. a. 1 VTlall C99 te that I grove- a :t slil! l-.a' hi ve 1 vcr ti- i-kIJ the s?cond 1 d in this eol 1 bargains i.i orur.j." , tliii: I Real Estate to cftV:- i:uv! l::.- all !.i:;ds eciiri'ry pi -ope rty. l-"c;r r-.ce rriiig anything in ir.y of cit- and information line cull on ar'' -s E. A, Spaiildiii: 4 1 West Adams Street Opposite PostofTrce. Red Hot Snaps.1 l lr.c i: Vickies. 10c pack-re l'a:: 15c 1 i "ake l-'!oir- 1 gallon ru:e Ne w Oric -i.s Molasses 90c pound Kibb n (Fine for : Cane Sugar yru; ) 10c 1 iKiund Cliase and Java Coif' Snr.born's Moc ha be-t in the city 35c Paff ord's Gasii Store 23 South First Aveune. Phon 255 Dental Work . 1 Our specialty is ArtiEcia Teeth that appear tjatural in every way. If you have ns attend to ycur dental work, you will pay no more than others pay for inferior work and .cheap .looking material. v a Holbrook TO D)N0rn!0, IP STAIRS. i GRISW0LD, lb ictc!e Mn Is Arizona aprent for the Kacycle, tne best rind easiest riding wheel on cartn. Keeps the largest stock of Tires ana sundries. Most complete repair shop in the city. Nos. 7 and 9. S. First avenue. 1' I . ' .T. I JUST RECEIVED a large shipment of BICYCLE TIRES direct from the manufacturers the best srrade of Cactus and road tires. Cactus. Tires, $3.50 OUR PRICES ARE E. M. DEPEW I' 37 N. First Ave. F O "'The Good Old Summer re ""It" this Summer. Outing All the DIEHL SHOE CO. S V. Waiihinston St. REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS- Talbot (Si Hardware Store Harry Hrisley. BRISLEY Stockjncn attention. We Cresylic Ointment Carbolic Acid Sheep Thi; i the season for these good.-;, Hotel Adams. If you want ihe Purest and Cleanest Milk and Cream, then order the Pasteurized Milk and Cream of the Maricopa Creamery Co. No. bad flavor, no sour milk, no drugs, no disease germa. Clean, pure, sweet and whole"ome. Our wagon on the street will b pleue-l to serve you. The Maricopa Creamery Company I 1 Telephon 1S71. . . E. J. BENNITT, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance and Investments. Wanted to buy cheap patented land under conitructed tact. hi with or without water. Farmers having- land for sale will do well to list It at once aa I have many inquiries for farming lands. 16 NORTH CEMCR STREET. .F23E 3 SB IIS NORTH CENTER STREET VioHri &r Undertakers, tadv Attmdnt ,.V......V.J. Sherbets Ice Cream Strawberries COFFEE AL'S ..RESTAURANT. TODAY. ; Only Restaurant with Cold Storage. 1 E. M. DEPEW RIGHT & GO. Telephone IWo The Good Old R Summer Time" Time." Buckskin Shoe-. nr.is Sh. ShorS Suit. They are just th- l roirr ca;-r. s:iapiy styles are here. Jl." to $o.i. WATER COOLERS ; AT- t Hubbard's DRUG CO. have,, a large stock cf StocK Calomel Dip Chloroform Call and see us. TELEPHONE 791? Dorris and Embalmers N. PORTER SADDLE (gl HARNESS . CO. 142 East Washington V . . ! - i : f i ! v . i 5-; t i We have a fine saddle maker. irrt carriage trimmer and harnf m maXer employed. Prompt attention paid ti mail orders. Telephone Z2io. J. A. REDMAN . Phoenix Harness & Saddlery Company Special Sale on Light Bug gy Harness. Also a Fine Line of Lap Dusters. TELEPHONE HO. 1495 No. 37 N. First Ave. Phoenix, Arizona H