Tttfc AltlZONA nEPUliLICANi MONDAY MOXUnKS. JULY 20, 1003.
ANNUAL INVENTOR) SALE
Every Guerney Refrigerator and Ice
Box in Davidson's Cash Stere.
Now is the time to buy Refrigerators
at rock bottom prices.
Eargains in every department this
Drinking Olasses, 20c set.
Bargains in Glassware.
Bargales in China.
Jelly Glasses, 43c and 50c dozen.
Savage Rifles, $17.58.
Hammocks. Big line. . Low prices.
Agent for the Up-to-Date
Insurance Gasoline Stoves,
Standard Wickless Blue Flame
Klean, Kool and Konvenient.
Safe and Durable.
Call and See Them. ' '
Tempe, Ariz.. June 25. 1303.
Dear Doctor Pratt I am glad to re
tort that the glasses you fitted for mi
are working finely. My eyes are better
than, they have been for several years.
After the best specialist I could find
hack east failed to help them. I was
iibout discouraged, but 1 am sure they
are going to he all right now. Mrs.
Farr's glasses are also a perfect suc
cess; her head quit achir.g before she
had had them on ar hour and hasn't
lothered any since. We are recom
mending you to all our friends here.
(RETV.) H. IRWIN. FARR.
118 W. Washington Street.
Tbe.best vacant lot at Iron Springs
for sale cheap.
Best Drink Drank!
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
Cor. Washington & Center, Sts
Phoenix; A. T.
S. L. EASTERLING
UNDERTAKER and EM BALM ER
44-46 . Adami St.
A Lady Attendant
See Our Show Window
New Line of Bound
At 25 Cents.
ALL STANDARD AUTHORS.
r Phoenix Stationery and News
10 and 12 West Washington St.
Local Daily Weather Report for The
Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday:
Temperature Departure Departure
' bioce aince
m ran normal m of Month Ua- 1903
92 92 4 5 -09
mum temperature. 77.
Average relative humidity, 21 per ct.
Character of the day Clear.
M. E. BLYSTONE, Section Director.
IS DOINKJ WKLL.-B. C. Mesklmons.
who was so seriously wounded Satur
day evening by the accidental discharge
of his shotgun, was brought to the
Sisters' hospital yesterday morning.
He was resting easily, and has a good
chance for recovery.
WAS PREPARED IX ARIZOXA. It
is no little thing for a young man to
get into Yale university. Yet that is
what Robert H. Jacobs has accom
plished. Mr. Jacobs studied last win
ter at the private school of Mr. H.
David Evans at El Rancho Benito, near
UNION SERVICE. The excellent
music at the union service last even
ing Included a solo, "Face to Face," by
Miss Amy Ultey. and an anthem.
"Savior When Xight Involves the
Skies," by Niiss Ultey, Miss Resor, Dr.
Xorton and Miss Cogglns, with Miss
Halsey as accompanist.
WATCH CHARM FOUND. Mr. Mc
Call of th" Commercial hotel has
brought to this office a watch charm
found by his little boy and the owner
can have it by calling and proving
property. On one side of it is the pic
ture of a woman and on the other the
picture of a child, and H is probably
more valuable, to. the-owner for the
pictures than for anything else.
A HARBINGER OF RAIN. Word
has come to Phoenix that Ben I. Bear
is traveling about in the state of Colo
rado in the capacity of advance agent
for heavy rain storms. Where he goes
there is a rain within a day or two.
Hitherto George Alkire has been sup
rosed to be the only rain bird in these
parts. Mr. Eear is now at Colorado
Springs, having arrived there late last
week. According to the latest advices,
it is raining there now.
NEARLY DROWNED Deputy-Sheriff
John Roberts, who went back to
Buckeye the other day after witnesses
in the Ingersoll case, had a narrow es
(ape from drowning in the Agua Fria
the other day. When he reached the
river he found the stream very much
swollen. It was essential, though, that
his papers must b? served. He started
across. In a little while his buggy was
afloat. The box was soon filled with
water and thus, its overturning was
prevented. The horse was part of the
time 'swimming md part of the" time
wading, but he was always going down
stream. At last he managed to reach
the other side.
NEW SOUTHERN PACIFIC ORDER
After July 31 no . passengers will be
permitted to travel upon Southern Pa
cific freight trains excepting thote de
signated as "mixed." Heretofore per
sons holding mileage or scrip books
have been allowed to use freight trains
between regular stopping places, as the
contracts of such tickets provide re
lease from lia bility . for accidents, but
it has now been decided to withdraw
the privilege altogether. Merchants,
commercial travelers and others who
have been accustomed to boarding
fright trains at stations should take
particular notice of this new ruling.
A NARROW ESCAPE. The Nogales
Times has the following regarding E.
J. Moore, who formerly lived in Phoe
nix: E. J. Moore, an aged gentleman,
who recently arrived here from Los
Angeles, strayed away yesterday after
noon and wandered into Mexico. It
was thought that he was overcome by
the heat, and when found this morning
he was at a' ranch about four miles
from the line, where he had been taken
in and cared for. Sheriff Turner and
others had searched for him all night.
He Is the lather of Mrs. E. H. Winters,
a lady who with her husband has come
here to locate.
ACCIDENT ON THE ROAD. The
Solomonville Bulletin says: A very dis
tressing accident took place In the toll
road below the toll house Saturday
morning. The little ten-year-old daugh
ter of J. A. Smith, who with his fam
ily were traveling overland from Texas
to Phoenix, Ariz., fell from one of the
heavy camp wagons and was run over.
The wheel ran over the child's chest
and head, almost severing one of its
ears from the head, and causing seri
ous internal injury. The child's escape
from instant death was miraculous. Dr.
Lacy of Solomonville attended the Jit
tle one and succeeded In sewing the
ear in position. At present the child
is out of danger and has good chances
of complete recovery.
RAILWAY MAIL CLERK EXAM
INATION. The United States civil
service commission announces that an
examination will be held in Phoenix,
Prcseott, Tucson and Nogales onAu-
THE H. H. McNEIL CO.
Are Matin a Special Drive on
Odds and Ends in Writing
Paper and Envelopes.
Call and Examine Goods on the Bar
&e H. H. McNeil Co.
Opposite Court House.
Stationers, Printers, Bookbinders.
gust 22 to secure eligible from which
to fill a vacancy In the position of sub
stitute railway mail clerk in this terri
tory and similar vacancies as they
may occur. The examination will em
brace the following subjects: Spelling,
arithmetic, letter writing, penmanship,
copying from- plain copy, geography of
the United States, systems of railway
transportation and reading addresses.
The age limit Is 18 to 30. The examin
ation will be confined to residents of
the territory. The applicant must be
at least five feet and six Inches in his
stocking feet and h" must weigh not
less than 135 pouiwls. Those who desire
to take the examination should apply
to either the civil service commission
at Washington or to the secretary of
the local board of examiners.
A BABY'S DIET. Outside of os
triches and alligators, there is no ani
mal so careless about what It eats as
a baby. A Phoenix physician reports
an incident that occurred a day or two
o.no which is a little unusual even with
babies. The one-year-old child of a
family living about three miles west of
town swallowed a safety pin about an
Inch long, the pin at the time being
unclasped but fortunately starting on
its journey with the closed end down.
The parents sent for the doctor at once,
and of course expected the little one's
stomach would have to be opened and
the pin removed. The baby was the
only one in connection with the Inci
dent that did not worry. The doctor
thought better to let nature take care
of the pin in view of the fact that na
ture prompted the baby to eat it. so he
refused to operate till there was some
evidence of Internal disturbance. The
r hold's mother now has the pin. as an
interesting souvenir and will keep it
out of the little one's reach.
For sale or exchance for improved or
unimproved Phoenix residence prop
erty. 170 feet frontage on main busi
ness street in Wickenbure. the mining
center of central Arizona. Partly oc
cupied by News-Herald and postofflce
buildings, rest vacant. Will pay 20 to
:0 per cent Interest ujon price asked.
Dick Wick Hall, Wickenburg. Arizona.
Of Sonora Mining & Milling stock for
sale at 13 cents p?r share. Address
Box B, Phoenix.
Those registering at the Commercial
hotel yesterday were: B. S. Snider. J.
Pothast, Congress Junction: C. C. Arm-
:rong. Congress; C. E. Fisher. Ot-o. M.
rown. T. Emott. San Francisco: J. J.
Brown. El Paso; M. R. Ramirez, Tuc
Those registering at the Hotel Adams
esterday were: T. R. Archbold. Kalph
i. Boner Pisi-ott V S A m i ; 1 . -m
Frnnlc F" ( '..I I ca Veu- Vnrlr- I i" Hnv.
kin, A. S. Hitchcock. Washington, D.
.: i reoertck. S. .Nave. Tucson: I IJ.
nox. Black Warrior. Arizona.
Tonight the Curtiss Comedy company
will open the fourth week of the sum
mer season at Eastlake park.. Taking
all things Into consideration th at
tendance has been remarkably large.
and the performances far above th
average for the prices charged. For
this week the plays selected are of the
bst In th repertoire, and both produc
tions will be well staged. To.iight the
three-act comedy. "The Circus Jirl."
will be the bill, with nw and pleasing
specialties betwef-n the acts.
The Circus Girl" is a long laugh.
divided into'three sections, and as the
lines are bright and witty, the situa
tions startling and unexpected, the cast
fully competent, nothing but a first-
class entertainment may b looked for.
Miss Ixuise Perine will be seen in the
title role, and It Is a . part in which
she has ac hieved a marked success In
other stock engagements during the
past few years. All the other funmak
ers of the company will lend their as
sistance in making the evening a Jolly
on. For' tonight and during the bal
ance of the season the prices will be
10c. 20o and 20c.
A PERPETUAL ELECTRIC LIGHT.
A Chicago Inventor, George Magrady,
has discovered a process of manufac
turing a CG-candle power light that will
never go out. While experimenting
with photographic chemic als f ur years
ago, Magrady's attention was attracted
by a glow in a small globe. The glow
was caused by a chemical which th
Inventor keeps secret. Magrady en
larged the glow and perfected the light
oy placing it in an air-tight glass. He
says there is no reason why the light
will not remain brilliant forever if It
Is not broken. A company has bcen
formed to manufacture the lights in
numerous sizes. A patent hood' fits
over the globe and covers it completely
when the light is not needed.
The mcst fun a bride gets out of
wedding presents is exchanging those
she does not want for other things she
does not want. New York Press.
32 W. Washington
Wear the cool and correct comfort
Clothes bearing this famous mark
Th? mark of p.-riection on men's ready-for-service
apparel. BENJAMIN Sum
mer Suits are featherweight but sound
as steel. Hair-cloth front and shape
retaining lnsid-s keep tlit-m shaely
and serviceable until worn threadbare.
$10.00 to $25.00.
A guarantee with every garment.'
For sale by us only. .
Also exclusive agents for HANAN j
SHOES, the best on earth for men. '
SOROSIS SHOES, the best . on earth i
for women. .
II. I. Latham &Co.j
It. I. Latham & Co.
H. Center SL. 'Phone 2201
Bridge Work $5 a Tooth. Gold Crowns S5.
R. R.E. H0LBR00K
Irvine Block, next door
The brand of live stock we handle is
guaranteed to be the best and cleanest
in the west; every care is taken in its
transportation, slaughtering, refriger
ation, cutting and serving. What else
under the circumstances could you get
here but tender, wholesome meat?
P. T. HURLEY,
Not only all the joys that others have, but pictures besides. Kodaks $5.00 to $75.00.
Brownie Cameras, $1 and $2. Kodak developing machines, $2 to $10.
Handsome Catalogue for the asking.
Bicycles. Sporting Goods.
Fine 20-acre ranch close In; good Im
provements; water right in Maricopa
. 15-acre ranch 6 miles northeast with
good house; fine shade; orange grove;
20-acre ranch, 4 miles out, all in al
falfa, good house, shade, well, etc.
" 47 acres highly improved, fine shade,
oranges, grape fruit and many varie
ties.of deciduous fruits in bearing.
New" lS-room boarding-house: 9-room
brick residence; also 4-room brick: all
with 'modern improvements and con
veniences: must be seen to be appre
ciated. Owner must sell on account of
For rent 320 acres with 100 Inches
water in Grand, 110 acres alfalfa, terms
Some of the best SUGAR BEET LAND
in the' valley for sale at J25.0A and $30.00
per acre. .4 j 4A
E. A. Spaulding
41 West Adams Street
t -. Opposite Postofflce.
If You are Going Camping
You must not overlook us in order to
get the right price on
1 tb Phase & Sanborn's Mocha and
4 cans Deviled Ham.
3 cdfns Milk,
1 can large Mustard Sardines,
13 lbs Cane Sugar,
:- V 10 lb Rag Table Salt.
Paff ord's Gash Store
. 29 South Fint Avenue.
By our teeth. They do ptelty near
ly what they please with us. The
way to do is to take things in your
own hands and consult a Rood,
We guarantee our work we will
ba economical acquaintances. Your
teeth will cease worrying you and
you will bf happier and h:lthW.
to Donofrio, Up Stairs.
r.Dicwm n !-
Is Arizona agent for the Racycle, the
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.
Everything must go regardless of cost. We will make this our
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. .koohd and wshiboton TAILORING.
MEANS MORE IF YOU
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TALBOT Q. HUBBARD'S vvV
Harry Brlsley. C. A. Larson. 4y
Eg'g PHospHate. Egg. Lemonade.
Vernor's Ginge Ale. V
Hire's Root Beer.
These are our leaders for hot weather drinks. We
also serve phosphate in any flavor. '
BRISLEY DRUG CO,
'2l2 miles from Glendale, for sale cheap.
Small amoniit of Maricopa and Grand water for
sale, with or without stock.
E. J. BENNITT.
16 NORTH CENTER STREET.
I SELL THE EARTH.
Five acre ranch in Grcenhaw's addition. Title
perfect. Water goes with land. $200.00 takes it
if bought at once.
J. Ernest WalKer,
R.eal Estate Loans, Insurance,
S. Second Ave.
I SLEEP AT THE
I mnn hotfi I
j Opp. Court House Plaza.
Sample Rooms in Connection.
Nos. 9, 11 and 13 W.Washington St
Both under Coffee AlCo's
is going on at
142 East Washington
We have a fine saddle maker, expert
carriage trimmer and harness makers
employed. Prompt attention paid t
mail orders. Telephone 2?45.
17 W. Washington St.
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