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THE ARIZONA BEP UBLICAN: TdESDAY MORNING. JULY' 14, 1903.
I 1 S -n 1 ANNUAL INVENTORY SALE AT COST. Every Guerney Refrigerator and Ice Box in Davidson's Cash Stere. Now is the time to buy Refrigerators at rock bottom prices. Bargains in every department this month.' Drinking Glasses, 20c set. Bargains in Glassware. Bargatfcs in China. Jelly Glasses, 45c and 50c dozen. Savage Rifles. $17.58. Hammocks. Big line. Low prices. x DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Agent for the Up-to-Date Insurance Gasoline Stoves, Standard Wjckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves. ' Klean, Kool and Konvenlent. Safe and Durable. Call and See Them. READ THIS! Lowell, Mass., June 7. 1903. Dr. Pratt: I have always, been short-sighted: and about sixteen years ago began to find much difficulty in reading, sewing .r any w ork requiring clearness of vision. Shortly afterwards I went east and while there had glasses fitted by an eminent oculist of Boston, but could never use them. I afterward had my eyes examined and glasses fitted in Arizona and California, but though I got along with them somehow. I could not read evenings or long at a timo by daylight without headache. And they distorted objects so that I could not draw at all. I have had no trouble since you filled me and can read or sew as long as I wish without headache, and with the glasses for distance I am able to recog nize my friends on the street or in car riages as they pass, which I had been entirely unable to do before. Sincerely yours, MARGARETTE MILL AY. How about your eyes? DR. GEO. B. PRATT Best Drink Drank! OUR 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 EM BALM ER 41-46 E. Adami St. Tel. 291 Udj Mutant CROQUET SETS, LAWN TENNIS & PING PONG COMFORTABLE HAMMOCKS. All the late and interesting novels in paper. Everything to be comfortable and happy during the hot weather. at th Phoenix Stationery and News COMPANY 10 and 12 West Washington St. Of Local! Interest. THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Showers, cooler. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departare Since lince ttfKAN yOBMAL 1St ' MODth JaD- ' 1903 i5 , 91 25 . - ;9 Maximum temperature, 10X; mini mum temperature. 8:1. Average relative humidity, 30 per ct. Total precipitation, trace. Character of the day Clear. M. K. BLYSTONK. Section Director. THE P. & K. RAILROAD. Track laying on the Phoenix and Eastern railroad has now reached a point seven rr.il-s east of Mesa and is bing rushed as fast as possible. BIRTHDAY PARTY. Miss Buelah Donnell gave a birthday party yester day afternoon to a few of her girls friends at the Donnell home on North Fi.'th street. THE W. C. T. IT. The Women's Christian Temperance union will meet on Wednesday afternoon at 2:3t in the rooms of th? union, corner of Center and Monroe streets. GOES WEDNESDAY. M. Sic in ex perts to lene tomorrow morning lor the east to join hi family, and with Mrs. Fteiu will spend the-rummer in buying a winter stock for their cloak and suit house. THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. The county board of equalization is put ting in full time and making great headway in putting the final valua tions on property. The board has only one more week to sit so that those who are dissatisfied with their assessments would do well to call as early as pos sible. DOUBLY PUNISHED. Arbilla. the man who fired into a crowd near the Columbus saloon on Sunday evening, was 'before Justice Burnett yesterday on two charges. The first was for dis turbance of the peace, for which he was given ten days. The other was for carrying concealed weapons. For that he was sentenced for twenty days. CARRIED OFF THE KEYS. Some body yesterday morning carried off a bur.ch of keys beic-nging to Deputy Sheriff Jeff Duncan, which had been left in a door of one of the rooms of the court house. The bun I contained a house, key, a fir? devaitinrnt key, a key to a trunk and several others. FUNERAL OF TRINIDAD UAL L'ESTEROS The funeral of Trinidad Balle-steros,' who died latt Friday as a i c suit of a burning of tw'o weeks ago. took place jesterda morning at the Catholic church. It was largely at tended. The funeral of John O'Connell was held at the some church. AFTER MANY YEARS. There was ;. slight boom in the cigar business in Phoenix yesterday on account of a lit tle incident that happened at the home of Seth Byrs. The incident was a nir.e-pound boy. The next youngest member of the family is ten years old. Both the baby and Mrs. Byers are well. A PHOENIX (HRL. Miss Edith Campbell, who was born in this city and who went from here to Los Angeles with her mother some years ago, re cently graduated from the Dobinson school of expression and dramatic art in that city. On the evening of her graduation she appeared as Lady Mac beth and also in other heavy parts. FIXING FOR A VACATION. Coun ty SchocJ Superintendent Fulton Is making final preparations for his vaca-. lion on which he will start In a day or two. He will spent a part of it at his former home in Illinois, and the rest at the home of his wife's parents In Iowa, where Mrs. Fulton now is. During his absence the office will b? in charge of Professor W. H. Lee. HE WAS NOT INSANE. An Italian was before the probate court yesterday charged with 'ir.sar.lly. The charge was not sustained. It was found that ne was suffering from a trouble of the stomach rather than of the brain. He had been at the Sisters' hospital for some time. He became violent on Sun day night and wai taken to the county jail, where he kept the neighborhood, m sin uproar until a late hour. NOT YET IN POSITION. The work of putting up the big smokestack at the Phoenix electric light works was not finished yesterday, and it will probably occupy all of today. One end of the stack was raised to the top of the boiler house, when the rigging was taken up and got in position so that the work of elevation will begin this moining. Every precaution has been taken to avoid a recurrence of the seri ous accident of a week ago. A DEAD INDIAN. An Indian came in yesterday morning from the junction of the Salt and Oila rivers to see about the burial of another Indian who had just died. There was no money in the tribe for the obsequies and he thought the county ought to bear the expense of the funeral. No arrangement of the kind could be made. The county can bury any kind of a pauper but an In- EVERYTHING TOR THE Slates, Blackboards, Maps, Flags, Globes, Etc., Etc. Write for Estimates and Catalogue. &fe H. H. McNeil Co. Opposite Court House. ' PhoanU, Arltona. dian. Trie United States government has to do that, and there was no time for the opening of negotiation with the Indian bureau. A MINING EX PERT. Joseph Hydo Pratt oi New York spent Sunday in Proenix, having just returned here from a trip to Pinal county, where he went to examine a gioup of mining claims). Mr. Hyde is a mining expert, and his principals are considering .leavy investments in Pinal county, which he thinks will begin to boom with the completion of the Phoenix ,7 Eastern railroad next fall. Mr. Hyde expects to return again In about three months, and is now figuring on riding into Florence in a palace car instead of a stage coach. AN INCONSEQUENTIAL FIRE. The entire fire department was called out yesterday afternoon by an alarm from North Third street. The sn.jke looked as if the whol of that part of town were on lire. It was only a barn belonging to L. H. Khuart. It had caught from an outbuilding in an ad joining yard. The neighbors b?gan packing their effects, for there, was a strong wmd Mowing jiiul there was no telling whore the fire was goinj; to stop. One man in th" neighborhood de termined .that he would not lose his house without a desperate struggle. He kept throwing water on the roof of a low porch with a tin wash basin. THE GOOD TEMPLARS. Notwith standing the hot weather work seems to go right along in Good Templar cir cles. Preparations are being made for the grand lodge whic h will convene in Prescott on August 19th, and the dis trict lodge of Maricopa county w ill meet in the Cartwright schoolhouse on Fri day 'night next. The members of the loc-a! lodge and of Central lodge will go down on hay rides, and the south side lodges will also send delegations. To morrow evening Grand Secretary Wal bridge will go down to the Isaac dis trict to complete the organization of a new lodge, the foundation for which was laid last week. Some twenty-five or thirty names have lieen enrolled, and all Indications point tr. a strong organi zation. TAXING THE BANKS. County As sessor Luks has changed the method o assessing the banks, and it is now -for the board of equalization to say wheth er the new assessments shall stand. It has hitherto been the practice, at least for the last two years, to assess the hanks for 60 per cent of their capital stock and to deduct from the assess ment the real estate owned by the bank. The assessor this year has as sessed 75 per cent of th capital stock and he has refused to make any reduc tion on account of the real estate which he finds credited to the capital slock. The real estai-e of the banks assessed by him this year e mounts to iSl.OOO. Representatives of all the bank. were before th? loard yesterday and the matter was referred to thdistrWt at torney. DRUNK AND TEARFUL In maud lin melancholia and t-aturated with in ebriate tears. Marth-i Valderz and her lover. Placito Salarez. were yesterday arraigned in Ju-tice R'"lK'rt:-on's court en the charge of disturbing the peace. It was no ordinary thatge. for th? com plaint was made by no !. ft person age than N. G. Gan ia. the olt'u dog catcher of this municipality, it; behalf of residents of Jackson street. Both had been drinking sc mimental whisky and their nervous tension was too great for them to fndiire the hardships of a trial yesterday, so the man was order ed sequestrated ir. the county jail till the stimulant dried "lit of him and the maiden was allowed to go on her own recognizance till a similar change had taken place in her conditon. it was the announcement of this tatter decis ion that almost broke her heart. She pleaded with the court that she might also be locked up with her true love, but the court was obdurate. He said that the only people he allows to go to Jail are those that don't want to. Be side, he does not think the county jail a proper environment for the activities of Cupid, and anyhow there is no law under which he cnhld commit tha winged baby. NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles of the following corporations were hied in the office of ihe county recorder yes terday: Tonopah Mining and Develop ment company, capital stock $1,000,000, incorporators J. S. Cook, J. L. Butler. L. L. Richards tnd others; Arizona Line Mining and Development com pany, capital stock $o00.0X. incbTorat ors W. H. Johnson. A. L. Anderson, R. R. Mason and others: the Chei'xy Creek Oil and Gas company, capital stock 5600.000. ini orporatots J. H. Cannon and C. C. Rittenhouse; tha Chicago Kansas Oil and Gas company, capital stock Jl.000.fioo. incorporators F. "A. Westcott. C. L. Casey. V. C. Hauser and others; the Investors." corporation, tapital stock Jt.0oo.0OO. ircorpor itoi s E. K. Barrett. A. F. Rcss. O. E Chapin himI others; Missouri Submarine Water Filter company, capital stock $::.fKX.000. incorporators G. A. Hancock. J. Roc he. W. H. Henry and others; the Assyrian King Gold company, capital stock $1. (M),OO0, incorxrators W. N. Jones, W. K. Lowe and F. K. Jones; Bella 11 Norte Mining company, capital stock J5.fW0.000. in?oioratois 11. V. Branden burg, J. M. Ostrancler and E. Tibbitts. Chicago Tropical Planters company, capital stock JTf.O.fMfO. incorporators G. A. Chilton, W. H. C. Ryder and W. R. Stevenson. Just What You Need. ISMcDoug'all g-Cassou Co. 32 W. Washington FOUR REASONS Why correct dressers wear clothes bearing the labels "Eff-Eff" and "Alfred Benjamin." 1. Fauiuess Fit. 2. Finest Fabric. j 3. Superb Styles. 4. Satisfactory Service To which might be added a dozen other reasons, showing the suoerioritv of these cele - iuc supcnoniy oi uicm: t-cic brated makes. ! 15-acre ranch 6 miles northeast with . , I good house: fine shade; orange grove; A guarantee with every gar-! etc. i 20-acre ranch, 4 miles out, all In al llient. We are sole distribll- Jfalfa, good house, shade, well, etc. I 47 acres highly Improved, fine shade, terS j oranges, grape fruit and many varie- . j ties' of deciduous fruits In bearing. I New 18-room Ixiarding-house: St-rooni The Hub." il l Latham & Co. REAL ESTATE Fire Insurance. Accident Insurance. H.I.Lalham&Co.,PMlli,e 44 N. tenter SL. 'Phone 2201 No Glass of I5f TOO DIFFICULT TO HANDLE. n Piji I II' ' DR. R.E. H0LBR00K 1 Irvine Block, next door Mark Vow The brand erf live stock we han.lle 3 puaranteeii to be the best and cleanest In th west: every earn is taken iiv its transportation, sla lightering, refriper ation. cutting arwl serving. What else under the rircu instances could you get here but tender, wholesome meat? . P. T. HURLEY, 17 W. Washinirton St. 'PboB in. VACATION" Not only all the joys that ! Brownie Cameras, $1 and $2. Kodak developing machines, $2 to $10. i Handsome Catalogue for the. asking. ! h-A w 1 a to. Lr. Andrews 1 Bicycles. 1 iFine 'L0-&c'e ranth tlose ,n- eod ,m- . proven,ent8. water rignt ln Maricopa j brick residence; also 4-room brick: all l with modern improvements and eon . veniences: must be seen to be appre ciated. Owner must sell on account of j sickness. i For rent 220 acres with 100 inches : water in Grand, 110 acres alfalfa, terms ! reasonable. if ! Some of the best SUGAR BERT LAND In the valley for sale at $25.00 and J30.C0 per acre. E.A. Spaulding "41 West Adams Street Oppoplte Postofflce. Don't Worry. FOR SALE. I Ifa easy to arrange your vacation ltm- -mm9.-mm9m---m99mmmm9m.m you are going to the mountains. We C0fiS61i9Qif4i9 can rurnisn you groceries bo ciieuiJ, I most any one can go. ' For a few days we will sell 50 pounds Kansas Flour, I $1.50 1 25 pounds Kansas Flour, 75c 15 pounds Granulated Sugar. $1.00 ! 4 cans Deviled Ham, I 25c ! 2 cans Red Salmon, 25c 'Just received frestt lot of pickles, 20c per quart. 29 South Firit Avenue. 'Phone 2555. Dental Work Our specialty is artificial tpfth that appear natural M ! in every way. If you have work, you will pay no more than others pay for inferior work and cheap looking material. to Donofrio, Dp Stairs. GRISWOtD, Tbe Sieve le Maa best and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires and sundries. Most complete repair shop in the city. Nos. 7 and 9. S. First avenue. A Clean Everything must go regardless of cost. We will make this our BANNER SALS In seven years that we have been catering to the public, this sale beats all our special sales. To appreciate these bargains you must see them. STEIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE MILLINERY. moohd wot .. TAILORING. MEANS MORE IF YOU (ODAK. ssmat: others have, but pictures besides. Kodaks $5.00 to $75.00. Sporting Goods. fr4...K"HH'.MH t 5 TALBOT a HUBBARD'S Hardware Store t d ; itarry Brisiey. Nyal's Mountain Herb Tea. Nyal's stone Root Compound. Nyal's Hot Spring Blood Remedy. Nyal's Quick Pain Cure. We are Aeents tor tbese Cocd3. All sold under a i aarantee. BRISLEY DRUG CO. i i In Hotel Irr j fg, 80 ACRES OF LAND "24 miles from Glendale, for sale cheap. Small amonnt of Maricopa and Grand water for sale, with or without stock. . E. J. BENNITT. 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. l SELL THE EARTH. Five acre ranch in Greenhaw's addition. Title perfect. Water goes with land. $200.00 takes it if bought at once. J. Ernest Walker, R.eal Estate, Loans, Insurance. I4.IO S. -Second Ave. If V SLEEP AT THE FORD HOTEL. X FORMERLY FORD, Opp. Court House Plaza. Sample Rooms in Connection. 1 ! I EAT AT COFFEE AL'S ...RESTAURANT... Nos. 9, 11 and 13 W. Washington St Both Under LOIiee AILO S management. '4i44mMmMmMmM - Up Sacrifice Sale is going on at ' THIN-' r-f gm 6 Son. Photo StocK. i I 1 I I 1 I I I I , i i . C. A. Larson. mj i' Adams. rrrrrK N. PORTER SADDLE .HARNESS CO. 142. East Washington We have a fine saddle maker, expert carriage trimmer and baraeca aaakere employed, Prompt attention paid te orders. Telephone 2245.