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Tlllfi AlflZONA UiSl'lIBLilCATt: SATURDAY MOKN1JNU, JUNE 20, 1J03.
Gurney . Refrigerators are constructed in the best possible manner. 1st. Outside case of ash panel work. 2nd. Inodorousresin sized paper. 3rd. A heavy packing of mineral wool, best non-conductor known. . 4th. A second wall of Inodorous Itosin sized paper. rth. A wall of Matched Lumber. Cth. A wall of zinc soldered perfectly AIR AND WATER TIGHT, An Impossibility under old style of construction. 7th. Overlapping doors. 8th. Brass and bronze locks and hinges. 9th. Metallic sliding adjustable shelves. ' 10th. No inside wood exposed. 11th. Patent removable galvanized Ice compartment. 12th. Removable drip pipe with au tomatic trap. RESULT. 1st. Perfect cleanliness. " 2nd. Free circulation. Crd. Economy of ice. 4th. Condensation and dry air. 0th. Low average temperature. 6th. Freedom from condensation dti jinner walls.' f Tth. Freedom from damage from use of ice picks. 8th. Proper location of drip pipe. 9th. Long life. 10th. Total result.. If you buy the Gurney Refrigerator you jvill buy one of the best, if not the best, refrigera tors in the world. Call and see them at DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE KOMPLETE KAMP OUTFITS Phoenix, A. T. Mail Orders promptly filled. , Telephone 23G, three rings. Eye distress doesn't always mean glasses, but at the first hint you should know whether you don't or do n3ed them. . - If you d'in't need them you'll be pleased, to know it, tvon't you'.' And if you do H'jcd them yo,u ought to know, that too. and also that here "you can get just what you need. Anyway why not know for certain have that satisfaction, then do ?.s you please. DR. GEORGE B. PRATT, ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN West Washingt on Street. Best Drink Drank! 01R SODA. Choicest, materials rightly used and daintily served is the secret. We use pure fruit juices and plenty of them. We are ex travagant in the matter of ice. Cleanliness is our everlasting hobby. To drink our soda is to come again. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center Sts ' Phoenix, A. T; S. L. EASTERLING UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER P. 44-46 E. Adams St. Tel. 291 A Lad; Attendant CROQUET SETS? LAWN TENNIS & PING PONG COMFORTABLE HAMMOCKS. Ail the late and interesting novels in paper. Everything to be comfortable ar.-.l happy during the hot weather. at the .Phoenix Stationery and News COMPANY Tel. 2971 JO and 12 West Washington St. OfLocalf Interest. 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 Sine tince let of Month Jan. 1, 1903 MEAN NORMAL 85 85 A 4 JO 123 Maximum temperature, 102; mini mum temperature, 68. Average relative humidity, 14 per cent. Total precipitation, 0. Character of the day Clear. M. E. BLTSTOXE, Section Director. CONE- TO ILLINOIS J. K. Wheat left for Mendota. 111.,' this morning tak ing with him Walter Eennetfs fast stepping driving horee. REV. HALSEY HOME. Kev. Di HaU-ey has returned home and will preach on Sunday morning at O'Neill halj. It is expected that the c hiMtei.'3 day services will be held In the even ing. MltS. M'COHD IMPROVED. J. A. Kurtz yesterday received a letter from the daughter of United States Marshal McCord at Ixng Beach, Cal.. saying that the health of her mother had been greatly improved. The United Stales marshal was there at the time thj l?t ter was written but he was on his way to San Franc is o with a cargo of Chin amen for deportation. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services tomorrow as fol lows: Sunday school at 9:4r a. m.: preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor. Rev. C. V. Cowan; theme: "Sopship." Epworth League at 6:43 p. m.. subject Be Loyal 10 .the King and the King dom." Waldo Christy leader. At 8 p. m. union services. Rev. Flnley. presid ing elder of the M. E. church south, will preach the sermon. SUIT ON A CONTRACT. A suit for the specific performance of a contract was berun in the district court today iigainst L. L. Plank and Thomas M. Sloan. The plaintiff alleges that he entered into a contract with , the first named defendant for the purchase of the northeast quarter of section 11. township 2 north, range 1 east: that h has ever since been able to fulfill his pTt of the contract, but that Mr. Plank f-xecuted a deed to the tract to Mr. S'.oan. He asks ifor suc h relief as thi court may pive. NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles of the following corporations were filed ii". the otlice of the -county recorder yes- I terd.iy: The Crow Creek Consolidated ! Gold Mining company, capital stock l.CXAOOO. incorporators Paul Buckley. F. O. Peiry, W. G. .lack and others: Frederick Improved Paint and Paving company, capital stock V-'OO.OOO. iucor porators George H. Griffith. Thomas S. Wallace and R. F. Marshall: Haslemer Mining and Milling company, capital stock $.'1,000,000', incorporators J. II. Plummer, H. C. Selgman, R. L. spencer and others. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH SERVICES. -Central M. E. Church South. Center and Monroe streets. R. A. Rowland, pastor. Services on Sunday as follows: Sabbath school, fTAT, a. m.. Dr. H. A. Hughes, superintendent; preaching at 11 a. m. by Presiding I Elder J. F. G. iF inley;- sacrament of Ihe Lord's sup per at close: Epworth league at 7 p. m., leader. Freeman W. Tomkins: subject, "How We May Learn o Use Our Sword:" unjon meeting at First Metho dist Episcopal church at 8 p. m., ser mon by Presiding Elder Fmley. A cor dial invitation to attend is extended to ell. HUNTING FOR WATER. Profes sor J. S. Mefklmon? of the Sacaton agency arrived in the city yesterday. He has been engaged for several weeks in a search for water on the reserva tion. His investigations have carried him, all over the reservation and he has been very successful In the eastern I end of it. He' has been engaged lately in an investigation at the lower end of it in the f neighborhood of th Gila ( crossing. He beiieves there will be no trouble In de eloping water for all the nteds of the Indians. Whajt the gov ernment will lo about the developing of it after it is found is still a subjec t of c onjecture, A MISTAKEN MEANING. Lieuten ant George Alkire. the commissary general of the expedition to Mororici. feels hurt by a misunderstanding of a letter he wrote to Chester W. Cciikt of Mesa regarding his experience. The substance of the letter was communi cated to this paper by its Mesa corres pondent, who either misunderstood Mr. Conger or else Mr. Conger misrtad the letter of Lieutenant Alkif". It waJ stated at any rate that the lieutenint wrote that the climbing of the hills about Morenci to see that, the boys were supplied with grub was a tire some job for one who had lived so long on the level of the Salt River villi; and that when he got to the top of the hill his breath was coming It' short Fireworks e Flags Balloons, Etc. 9 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J5hQ H. H. McNeil Co. Opposite Court House. Phoenix, Arisen. Top Coat Time The correct Spring Overcoats are the " Manhattan 99 and the "Broadway Box' bearing this famous trade-mark Fashion, fabric, fit and finish perfect; custom-tailored throughout. A true comfort coat. The price is right. Money back if anything goes wrong. jac store ttere sells then. This one. THE HUB. Phoenix, Arizona. pants. Now Lieutenant Alkire knows that there is in good English no fuch word as "pr.nts." What he wrote nnd, what he meant Was that his breath was coming in knickerbockers. THE CENTRAL AVENUE COM PANY. At a meeting of the stockhold eis and directors of the Central Ave nue Improvement company, Hon. Isaac T. Stoddard was elevted Vresident. Dr. R. W. Craig vice-president and Hon. Vernon Clark secretary ami treasurei. The paid-up capiral stock of the conl-pany- has been increased and its hold ings extended. On the completion of the postoffice building olher structures will be built font ground between Mon roe street and the Hotel Adams. The corporation has purchased two lots at the corner of Pierce and First streets, on which the houses moved from the Center street grounds have been placed and a contract has been made for the entire square bounded by Washington. Fifth. Sixth and Jefferson streets. The Central Aveyue Improvement company is a very close corporation as well as a progressive one. the officers named and Hon. J. C. Adams bing the only stockholders. JUSTICE UORERTSONS COURT. Justice Robertson yosieiday tiled and disposed of the army of Drunk-, that marched in from Cl-ndale the night oe fore under command of Captain J. G. HanuneK constable of trat precinct. There were ten men and ur.o woman in the party. Two of the men pleaded not guilty to the charge and were tried and acquitted. Tre eight other mn and the woman pleaded guilty and each was iind live d !l.,rs. One nun ami the woman, Francirca Cavanilla paid their fines and were discharged. Th" lest went to jail. Francisea went to Glendal Thursday n.o'rning to ook for the Mexican camp but her feminine at tractions weio si gieat that Jealousies aiore that wore fanned into damv'by cc pinus drafts of Paso i ;-d an. I a gen eral fisht ensued. Lrandro Aryala was also tried for distuibing the peace in the neighborhood of Madison and Fifth streets Thursday night. Lcandio prov ed himself to be a model citiz n asid from the fact that he gets drunk and smashes the law and everything els in sight so the court only 'fined him four dollars". He had not money and went Id jail. Capitol Mills -Town Talk lloir Js made of the best Kansas hard wheat. , Coronado Tent City is , a delightful place to vlrlt and ''Where the charges are down to the point where the. aver age visitor can afford them. Remember the Capitol Mills pays the highest price for barley and wheat. REMOVAL NOTICE. Dr. G. A. Scroggs has removed his office to the Aldine, 326 So. Hill St., Los Angeles, where he will be glad to meet his friends and acquaintances. , NOTICE TO THE PUP.LIC. The report that I have sold my in tsrest in the English Kitchen is untrue I am still doing business at the old stand where I will be pleased to meet all old friends and many new ones. TOMMY. When in Los Angeles eat a French dinner at Woodwards, 35c. 114 W. 2nd St. When you think about your vacation think ? bout Coronado Tent City. Freedom From Prickly Heat and similar skin eruptions la assured, absolutely, if you wear the 'refreshing, cleinly. Dr. Deimel - Underwear It hus all the coolne'ss of linen, is en tirely free from offensive odors, and can ba. easily washed without shrink1 mg. Our booklet about these garments may be had. free for the asking. SMcDoug'all iMCassouCo, 32 Yfr Washington Keep Cool in a cool and correct Summer Suit bearing this famous mark . IJf5denjajnin5(9 MAKERS JEW YORK BENJAMIN Two-Piece Outings are cut in the smart semi-military style from imported and domestic serges. homespuns, and flannels. The 'fabrics are shrunk in the BENJAMIN plant not sent out to public shrinkers at risk of Injury. The styles are designed by Kew York and London style-creators. The lit is perfect, because measured on a model of your figure. The tailoring is equal to line custom-made, because mostly hand-work in. sanitary work rooms by. salaried specialists not mostly machine-work in filthy sweat shops by careless, rapid-transit piece workers. . BENJAMIN Outings $10.00 to430.00. . j Your money back if anything j v goes wrtmg. This famous apparel a( this store-no oAier. THE HI) fl. I. Latham & Co. REAL E5TATE Fire Insurance. Accident Insurance. H. I. Latham & Co. 44 N. Center St.. 'Phone 201 VV. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West Adams Street. SETTLE THE -fe f 15 Bridgcwork, $5.00 a Tooth. Gold Crowns, $5.00. DR. R. E. HOLBROOK a Irvine Block, next aoor We're in a Position top ntCMt To offer you the b?f t the market affords in the way of meats. And our prices, you know, are always the lowest. "We handle only,-prime stock.. Quality and quantly guaranteed. Fine roasting pieces of - beef. . First-class mutton, veal, pork and poultry equally low. Can't do better anywhere. P. T. HURLEY 17 W. Washington St. 'Phone 121 ' , mi mill III II HI LOWER PRICES ON BICYCLES, To give room for new stock we wijl make a reduction in price of nearly every wheel on our floor at the present time. This means $5.QQ to $lQ.OO less than same quality of wheel can be bought of any other house in Phoenix. COME THE PRICE Of the 15-acre ranch, with orange grove and good house and improvements, re cently described in this column, will be advanced to $3,000.00 if not sold before June 20th. HAVE ; In the valley for sale at $3.00 and $3O.C0 S i per acre. ! If you have a good alfalfa ranch of j 20 to 40 acres list it with me at once, as I have a customer for such a property. Good ranch under the Buckeye Canal (either -SO or 160 acres) for sale at a ! great sacrifice. E. A.Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite Postoffice. Don't Worry. ... . i e ! it s easy 10 arrange your vacaii-'ii n. you are going to the mountain?. We can furnish you groceries so cheap, most any one can go. For a few days we will sell 50 pounds Kansas Flour, $1.50 23 pounds Kansas Flour, J ' 75c 13 pounds Granulated Sugar. $1.00 4 cans Deviled Ham, 25c 2 cans lied Salmon, 25c Just received fresh lot of pickles, 20c j per quart. Pafford's Cash Store 29 South Tirst Avenue. Phone 2555. ass QUESTION ! Make up your mind this very mirYilo that you won't go through life .with a tooth miss- ir.g here and therer-or what is still worse decayed and aching. Bad teeth will ruin your health, people are disgusted at the sight of poo teeth thsre is ho end tj their disagreeableness. It will take little time, little money, and no pain, to rnakv the teeth wholesome and sweet now more. Later it willycost io unw,-r - , GRISWOLlJ, Ib Bicvcle M.a I: 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 citr. Nos. 7 and 9. S. First avenue, A Clean E For two weeks everything must go regardless of cost. We will make this our BANNDB SALS In seven years that we have been catering to the public, this sale beats all our social "sales. To appreciate these bargains you must see them. i 1 QTFIW'Q MILLINERY. AND GET OUR PRICES. Andrews Aqents for Columbia, Cleveland and Crescents and Motor Cycles, Kodaks, Photo Stock, Talking Machines, Sporting Goods. . t TAT HAT S5 HTTRWADnve V i Hardware Store k::''K Harry Brisley. ) BRISLEY .Stockmen attention. We Cresylic Ointment i Carbolic Acid Sheep This is the season for these goods. Call a -id 5ee oa. Hotel Adams. : -j eg. 9 80 ACRES iy2 miles from Glendale, for sale cheap. E J. BENNITT. 4 16 NORTH SELL THE EARTH. 1 Buy Suga.r Beet L,a.rtd if you wtvnt to make money. SOME FINE BAR-GAINS NEAR. GLENDALE. Ij. Ernest Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, 14-1& S. Second Aye. SLEfcP AT THE BR I NSMEAD ! A FORMERLY FORD, Opp. Court House Plaza. EAT AT COFFEE AL'S ...RESTAURANT... Nos. 9, 11 and 13 W. Washington St 1 I X nxx iiri. bOtll tinder LOIiee AILO S 1 .j management. j Jwm - Up Sacrifice Sale is going on at QUIT AWn C OAK HOIIfiF SEaoND.&lis? IHOTN STS on, o C. A. Larson. DRUG CO, have a large stock of StocK Calomel Dip : Chloroform o OF LAND CENTER STREET. 1 1 M-BW I "WalKer, N. PORTER SADDLE (SL HARNESS CO. 142 East Washington I! We have a flna amddle maker, expvrt : carriage trimmer and haracaa maker employed. Prompt attention paid ta ' mal1 orders- Telephone 43. TAILORING. her'- 1 r