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TIIIS ARIZONA REP UBL.ICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, MAT 20 1903.
PREPARE TO LIVE THROUGH AN ARIZONA SUMMER COMFORTABLY Buy an Insurance Gasoline Stove or a Standard Wickless Blue Name Oil Stove, Kither of which is absolutely SAFK ana cheaper to operate than a wood stove. NEXT buy n OSurney Refrigerator, the best preserver of ire In the mark t. .An.l then secure A riVE-MINUIE WONDER ICE CREAM TREPZER After you have all these good things buy one of those beauty Hammocks at DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE FREE BIG PALM LEAF FANS. ' Call and get one. DR. PRATT, THE OPTICIAN Whose Head Aches? Yours? If so, what is the cause? Does a little w orry or overwork" bring on that tight, sore, uneasy aching sensa tion at the base of the brain just back of the ears? Have you ever thought that it might be due to your eyes? could I convince you by relieving: it w ith glasses --This M one of the .' eye headaches" so common with those hav ing pronounced refractive errors. Proper glasses will correct the defect. The cause removed the effects disap pear. Have done it for hundred3 of others, why not for you? DR. P R. A.TT ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN 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 Sis Phoenix, A. T. SOT S. L. EASTERLING UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 44-46 . Adams St. Tel. 291 A Lady Attendant THE 50 DISCOUNT SALE on Framed Pictures Closes June 1st. We have still a good assortment left. Some that would make nice graduation presents. Don't delay until too late and miss your chance of getting a bargain. Phoenix Stationery and News COMPANY Tl. 2971 10 and 12 West Washington St. Newsy" the Towrv THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure Since since MEAN NORMAL Ut f MDth Jai1' 1903 09 77 J 155 f Maximum tempera tuie, 83; minimum temperature, ''. Average telative humidity, :!S per cent. Total precipitation, 0. Character ot the day Clear. M. B. ULYSTOXE, Section Director. THE SUGAR! FACTORY. Fifield & Gallagher expect to begin work on the foundation for the beet sugar factory on Thursday of thi. week. RASKET POCIAU Sunshine, lodge No. 7. Degree of Honor, will held a basket social at Pythian hall tonight. The public generally Is invited. Indies are requested to bring baskefs.- MEETING POSTPONED. The King's Daughters' meeting which was to have been held at the home of Mi-s Eva Bowycr this evening is postponed on account of the high school exeicises. A SICX BARY. George Kirkland re ceived a telegram yesterday from his brother. Will, who lives in Douglas, saying their babe which is about a year old, is very dangerously ill. IS IMPROVING. William York, an employe of the Stever.s barber shop has been confined to his home for the last two weeks by typhoid fever and was at on? time in a very critical con dition. He is reported very much im proved. A NIGHT FOR. DEMOCRAT.-?. The recently elected officers of the Young Men's Democratic club were installed last night. The occasion was made a love feast in which all good democrats might join but some of them neglected to avail themfelves of the opportunity. There were- Fpeeches by the leading orators of the party and there were also refreshments. A FLAW IN THE PETITION. The petition to the board of supervisors to order an election on the establishment cf a local option district was withdrawn yesterday by J. W. Canning, on? of the signers. The petition wan olTerrd a v.;t ago yesterday and it was expect ed at the. meeting of the board ye.-it;r-day action would be taken upon it. It had been enttred in the minutes at a great outlay cf trouble. In the course of tha checking over of the boundaiies oX the proposed district it was discover ed that a serious mistake had been made. In one place the word "east" had been used for "west" in describing the direction of a part of the boundary. The work will have to be gone over again from the beginning. HOW ORDER WAS ESTABLISHED N. J. Partridge made complaint in Justice Burnett's court yesterday morning against M. .J. McKt-liiguri. saying that he had assaulted him the night before and had followed hini out cn the street with a revolver. Mr. Mc-Kr-lligon told a quite different story. He said that Partridge and others had come into his plac ot business and had started a rough house. He blew a po lice whistle which was not answered and then he restored , order himself with the aid of a bung starter. The levclver story, he said, was utteily without foundation. He not only did not take a revolver to the sidewalk but he had no weapon of that kind in his place. THE COMPLAINANT IN JAIL. Yesterday morning a barber by the natr.s of H. A. Galbreath went to Jus tice Burnett'to make complaint against a citizen and business man who he i'aid had cut "nim in the back of the head with a knife the night before. The citizen was summoned and explained what had happened. He said that Gal breath hsd stood in front of-his. place of business while his wife was present and had usfd language of the vilest kind. He remonstrated with him and his remonstrance having no effect he knocked him down: there was no other way to ciuiet him. In falling his head rtruck against srme sharp corner. Since the thing had gone so far he mads a complaint ag;iinst Galbreath charging him with a disturbance of the peace. Galbreath was loc ked up. RECORDER'S COCRT. The city :e corder yesterday afternoon- handled the first real bunch of business that has come to his hand in a magisterial way since the present administration grabbed hold of the municipal rudder. John Doe, a sleeping drunk, was fined five dollars. William Jones, who after ward proved to- be somebody else, and who was mixed up in a check transac tion was arrested and turned over 'to When you visit Los Angeles Inquire about the Manhattan Beach lots at $250 each. This is the gem of the beaches. Write to Manhattan Beach Co., 531 and 532 Douglas Building. Lest Ye Forget And Then Regret We would have you to know that we carry everything for Office and ScKool. me H. H. McNeil Co. Opposite Court House. -Phonlac, Ariton. RARE as a day in Tune the Summer Suits bear ing this famous trade-mark the mark equal to m8K" on gold and sterling" on silver. Benjamin Summer Garments come near- est to the custom- g tailor's ideal. The price is right your money bick if anything goes wrong. This is the ccly store in town that Bells them. THE HUB. Phoenix, Arizona. the county oflkerr. Another J.ihn Doe was givrn four days for disorderly con duct. Dave Money, a sleeping diunk. l.-ceived ttic sanv- sentence. William Allen for the same ofTcn.-v paid a foui doilar fire as also did Richard Rc-- un other whiskey drinking fellow citizen. A professional man was placed under arivi-t by an officer for leaving his horse untied and t;-iii t r, port t th" : corder at 4 o'c loc k. lie faih d to c'ui.o into court but will undoubtedly lo so when a warrar. is read to him. A PHOENIX ENOCH A ! I DION. An Enoch Arden cas; was clvclop?d in this town last night. Ben Hall, col oied. well .known in Fir nix, had b?en fir several years living with a colored woman in the southern part of the city. He left town five rr six months ago and returned yesterday. He went ti his home ard found a Mexican by the name f Alejandro tollman in.-t .11 cii in his place. Ben sat aiound and talked for awhile end then went out side to see how his premises hid be-n getting along in his abse-r.ee. When h" ri turned to th- house Uv Mexican met him at the donr. block -d the entrance and told him to "run along." When Ben recovered from his surprise, he told the supplamer that the house was his and ali th utensils in it and he forced hU w c;. in. The Mexican took a l.rgi- butch :-r knif w hich Br-n rev ig nited as one he had bot'cht himself and threatened to dissec t him. Tiouble en sued and Constable Gonzales came and took the Mexican away. He later re It asc-d him and he returned to the house when thTe was more trouble. Ccnstatle Redwine called and he iook bfth parties before Justice Burnett who sent them to jail pending further investigation cf the case today th.' Mexican being already dua for trial be foie Justice Rob?itson, NEW CORPORATIONS. Articks of the following corporations wei ? filed in th office of the county recorder yc-terday: The C'hai.uie- Smelting company, capital stock Jl.OMt.fi.H). incor porators D. M. Kennedy and .J. ,. Me B'uinld: The' Federal Gas Company, capital stock f 10.ihki.ihmi, incorporators William E. Leeds. William Dickcrson. J. MoElroy nd others: United Four Mining company, capital stock SJQO.iMifl, incorporators C. W. Mawnber. L. W. Hoc-he and S. C. Pratt: Southern Kan s.s Gas. Oil and Mining c 'jmpany. capi tal stock $1,0'C.hiO, incorporators H. F. Kc.burn. C. H. Poc ock. If. A. Da'oney Hi.d otheis: Kar..-as City G.-is. Oil and i o il company, capital sUsc k 52.!f;0.r:'.'0, incorporators F. K. Baiada. Charles M. cion-i.ar.e oal an.l i-uii.ber company Ltd. capital stock $.".iKt.ono. incorpora tors Edmund F. Goff, F. Lane and P. L. i W:-?gar: Hasbrou' k Extension Mining icir.piiny, capital sf-ck t l.ocifi.OO, incor porators Thomas J. Lynch. S. A. Knapp and S. C. Durham: Thunder Mcuntain Gold company, cai-ili! stock S ' 000. i!ic"orror;itr,i-i X. H Ivluanls K. J. Greer an'! M. E. Stioson: The , Chicago Mountain Mining and Tunnel-i ir.g company, capital st-K-k i.r00.(i0.'i, in- j ccrpora tors L. B. Edwards, E. J. Greer' and M. E. Stinson; Ocean Beef com- i pany. capital stock Ji.eOO.f.OO. inc orpora- i t .is Char!"s F. PikeTTsaae Jackson. F. S. J-Mwards and others. Are you looking for a good place to board during the summer? The Sixth Avenue Hotel runs an exceptionally fine dining-room and caters to the best class of trade. Rates may be had on application. Arizonians going to Los Angeles stop at The Hotel Hosslyn. EVERY MAN Likes to have his shirts fit him. Some men cannot be fitted in regular stock shirts. They must have them made to measure. White shirts will cost you $1.50 and up ward. Colored shirts will cost you $2.00 and upward. We guarantee you a perfect fit. The McDougall Cassou Co. v. 32 W. Washington SOROSISllS The Perfected American SHOE for WOMEN THE HUB SOLE AGENTS GLANCE $3.50 ELOWi? . And you will investigate These Bargains 7 Room Modern Brick Residence and 2 lots, noxl3Ti rt., 6 blocks from center of town, only iL'.r.OO. The lots or house separately are worth the money. AN IMPROVED BUSINESS LOT , ! Close in for only $3,(x.f. rays an in- come of over 10 per cent. The abote price bold good ti week only. BLOCK OF TWELVE LOTS Only 5 blocks from Washington and Center streets, for to Tif'0. Just half of assessed value. Better look into these quick. li. I. Latham & CO. SueeesHcirs to Wclrick M,atharti S. Tenter St.. 'Phone 2201 VV. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West Adams Street. i III I mem Mill I I II pBWHiimJJJ.iJii BSBBES O , farnVTiWXI Hie 1 -a fWlilS p Ml M J M ek r n-v- vv lit 1M ff ,M M i "S t:i 1 mt by our teeth. They do pretty nearly what they please with us. The way to do is to take things in your own hands and consult a good dentist. We guarantee our work we will be economical acquaintances. Your teeth will cease worrying you and you will be happier and healthier. ( Dr. R. E. Holbrook IRVIE CLOCK, MXT DOOR AN INEXPERIENCED ! PURCHASER J will never get imposed upon by dealing at Hurleys, for we keep nothing but i the best of meats. All tender, fresh and of that fine flavor as only choice ! meats have. Our steaks, chops, roasts, j etc., are an good as those served at j the White House, or at the table of H. R. II. King Edward VII. P. T. HURLEY 17 "W. Washington 3t 'Phone 121. H(ph P So ILJ, tZy r Yes, Sir, we have just the Shoes you want for "The Good Old Summer Linen and Canvas Shoes in high and low cut are "If this Summer. wi '.-uiiiig aim an niuus u, ummer A pair -f Linen Shoes are the swell things to wear with your Outing d need a pair, when you are ready for your Summer vacation. All the You i H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO. 8 W. Washington St. . HAV 40 Acres of Fine Sugar Beet land with water right near Glendale which I can sell for J25 per acre if taken soon. ! ; IT Also a good l."-ac re ranc h. Five acres j of navel oranges in b"aring, about 2 . acres in mixed orchard, "j'-j acres in'v alfalfa and 2Vj se res for grain and : V gjrden. Good he use. fences; and out- Hiilding. also p enty of shade. This i lace is a snap for any one who desires trood home in the must hsilthfnl unit of the valley. Price $2,r,0fl and not one cent less w ill buy it. E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite PostofHce. Don't Forget 'Our Chase & Sanborn's Mocha and jjava Coffee at ;." Best there is. Call and get sample free. Nice I 'runes, per lb, 5c Extra Fancy Prunes, regular irc size, I per lb, lOc ' Kvaporated Apples, per lb, I lOc j 1 can American Sardines, ! 5c I 1 dozen Lemons, I 15c Just received Fresh lot of Cottolene. Pafford's Gash Store 29 South First Avenue. Phone 2555- TO DONOFR'.O, LP STAIRS. ZSS1 GRISW0LD, lh Sicvtle Mam la Arizona agent for the Racycle, the best and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires am sundries. Most complete repair shop m the city. No. 7 and 9. S. First avenue, JUST RECEIVED a large shipment of BICYCLE TIRES direct from the manufacturers the best grade of Cactus and road tires. Cacttis Tires, $3.50 j C OUR PRICES ARE E. M. DEPEW & CO- 37 N. First Ave. Telephone 1495 sport. ! REFRIGERATORS ' ! 4 Talbot (Si Hardware tStore ; 1 Harry Brisley. 5- BRISLEY Stockmen attention. We Cresylic Ointment Carbolic Acid This is the season for these goods. Call and eee us. Hotel Adams. jlj: ' If you want the Purest and then order the Pasteurized Milk and Cream of the , Msricopa Creamery Co. No bad flavor, no sour milk, no drugs, no disease genna. Clean. . pure, sweet and wholetome. Our wagon on the street will be please! to serve you. I $ The Maricopa Creamery Company If. Telephone 1871. iAAAJLAAAAA A A A E. J. BENNITT, j" Real Estate, Loans, Insurance and Investments. Wanted to buy cheap patented land under constructed canal 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 CENTER STREET. 3. 118 NORTH CENTER STREET iVloHti St Undertakers ladv Attendaat Sherbets V V Ice Cream Strawberries COFFEE AL'S .RESTAURANT... TODAY. J ; j j V Only Restaurant with Cold storage. i .x-iSWSW" RIGHT "The Good Old Summer Time" Time." Buckskin Shoes, Tennis Shoes. Shcxs Suit. They are just the proper carn-r snappy style are here, I to J3.0O. -FREEZERS-WATER COOLERS AT- Hubbard's fL tL. 1- 1 t C. A. Larson. DRUG CO. have a large stock of Stock Calomel Sheep Dip Chloroform Cleanest Milk and Cream, H. jl jp. A . .t. , TELEPHONE 79L Dorrls and Embalmcrs N. PORTER 41 I SADDLE HARNESS CO. 142 East Washington :-! ! i H i - -: i We have a fine saddle maker, expert I carriage trimmer and harness makers 'i' ! employed. Prompt attention paid to 1 aiI orders. Telephone 224j. E. M. DEPEW J. A. REDMAN Phoenix Harness & Saddlery Company Special Sale on Light Bug gy Harness. Also a Fine Line of Lap Dusters. TELEPHONE K0. 1495 g No. 37 N. First Ave. Phoenix, Arizona