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JH2C ARIZOITA BEPtTBLICANj SUNDAY MOR1TTNG, AUG. 16, 1903.
Big Parlor Matches
BUY WHILE THEY LAST.
Insurance Gasoline Stoves,
SAFE, KOOL AND KONVENIENT.
Standard Wickless Blue lame
Oil Stoves. -
SAFE, KOOL AND KONVENIENT.
Moore's Steel Ranges in
26 different styles from $20
to $65.00. Asbestos lined.
Boiler riveted, Quickbakers.
Fuel savers, at
Davidson's Cash Store.
FHOENIX, A. T.
Mail Orders Promptly Riled.
Dr. Pratt will return from his vaca
tion; trip this morning and will be
ready for work in the afternoon.
Give your eyes a vacation: they can't
stand that strain always. Have it re
lieved with proper glasses. You'll be
surprised at the comfort and pleasure
it will afford you better probably than
DR. GEORGE B PRATT,
ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN
118 West Washington Street.
Best Drink Drank!
Choicest materials rightly
used and daintily served is the
Becret. We use pure fruit juices
and plenty of them. We are ex
travagant in the matter of Jce.
Cleanliness is our everlasting
hobby. To drink our soda is to
Cor. Washington t Center Sts
Phoenix, A. T.
JS. L. EASTERLING
UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER
44-4S E. Adami St.
A Ladf Attendant
Prices away down, about
half price for everything
in this line.
Phoenix Stationery and News
10 and 12 West Washington St.
Local Dally Weather Report for The
Forecast for today Showers.
Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m.
Temperature Departure Departure
lBt of Month Jan. 1. 1903
92 88 4 8 101
Maximum temperature, 104: minimum
Average relative humidity, 34 per ct.
Total precipitation, 0.
Character of the day Clear.
M. E. BLTSTONE, Section Director
DEPORTED CHINAMEX. Deputy
United States Marshal Charles Utting
left last night for San Francisco with
five Chinamen who had bten ordorvl
NOLIN RESIDENCE SOLD. T. M.
Nolin, who has been in Prescott most
of the time for the last year, has sold
his residence property in Churchill ad
dition to Mrs. Nannie T. Mansfield. .
SPECIAL REQUEST. Members of
the Baptist church and congregation
are especially requested to be present
at the Sunday-school session at 9.4'
JURY HUNG ON WATERMELON
GEORGE. In the case of Watermelon
George charged with an assault on J.
R. Hammond, a jury in Justice Bur
nett's, court yesterday, after having
been out all afternoon, failed to agree.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCI
ENTIST. Corner of Center and Jeffei -
son streets; services 11 a. m.; subject,
Mind." Golden text: "Be ye all of
one mind, having compassion one oi
another, love as brothers, be pitiful, b
courteous. II Peter 3:8.
HOT TOM ALES. The temperature
in the hot tomale plant near the corner
of First and Buchanan streets got
above the limit about midday yester
day and a fire alarm was sent in from
box 45. The department responded, but
the danger point was past by the time
A MINING REGION. Charles T.
Taylor and family, who have spent the
last six weeks in the neighborhood of
Walnut Grow, returned to the clt
yesterday morning. While he was there
Mr. Taylir became interested in some
mining properties which h? believes wi'l
develop into mines of importance.
Li'TS OF BUGS HERE. On board
a crowded Phoenix street-car the om?r
night one gentleman who has not been
here long reinMvked: "There seems tn
be an awful lot of bugs in Phoenix."
"yes," said the man standing next to
him whose illness has not destroyed his
sense of humor. "I brought a lot of
them here myself."
SEASIDE EXCURSIONISTS. The
following left for the coast via the M.
& P. last night: H. Friedman, A. E.
Cobb and wife, F. W. Thode, Jessie
R. Sibley, William Rhorig. I. V. Stew
art. J. E. Tharnish. Lena Mills. Mabel
Church. Dr. A. J. Chandler. Leo M.
Rosenberg, J. P. Ivy and wife. M. T.
MAX FRIEDMAN DEAD. It is
learned that Max Friedman, a traveling
salesman for the firm of Friedman
Bros., shoe deaders, of St. Louis, died
of Blight's disease in Chicago a few
weeks ago. He has been representing
that firm in the southwest for several
years and was well known all over
WRECK NEAR NOG-ALES. Owing1
to the heavy rains between Faiibank
and Nogales on the S. P. line, the road
bed near Stanford was in bad condition
and when a freight train arrived
Thursday morning within five miles of
the station the train was ditched and
most of the cars lay on their side neat'
the track. A wrecking crew was sent
out and are endeavoring to clean the
JUDGMENT FOR PLAINTIFF.
Justice Robertson yesterday afternoon
rendered a judgment for th? plaintiff, m
the case of Vv. W. Edwards versus
Harry Proops and his sister, Mrs. Rose
Willis. The suit was for She cmrimh-'-sion
of E per cent on tl e sale of their
residence prop' rty in the south part of
towi to the Clarke Pr.itt Vehicle com
pany, -he selling price ben.s $2,25v. The
defendants give notice of appeal to tho
NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles of
incorporation of the Mountain Queen
Mining company were filed in the office
of the county recorder yesterday. Tho
capital stock is $1,OUO,000 and the incor
porators are S. T. Allen, E. A. Girvin
and J. F. Littlefield. Articles were also
filed of the American Mineral Explora
tion company with a capital stock ol
$10,000,000, incorporators, S. T. Allen.
E. A. Girvin. F. J. Solinsky and others.
H. MICHELSON DEAD. H. Michel-
son, who for several months past has
conducted a clothes cleaning business
ua Adams street, between First ant5
Center streets, died very suddenly yes
terday afternoon about ,2:30 o'clock. Ho
was engaged in pressing a pair of par.t
when he was taken suddenly with a
hemorrhage of the lungs. Mrs. Ken
nedy, who conducts the Leland lodging-house,
came to his assistance and
UAe H. H. McNeil Co.
itilMM.lt. Cniirt Hou.
Stationers, Printers, Bookbinders
relieved him as much as possible, but
he sank rapidly and died in a few min
utes. The body was taken to Easter
ling's undertaking parlors and the rela
tives in New York notified by wire.
He was about forty-five years old ami
came here from New York a few
months ago for his health.
MRS. RUMNEY HOME. Mrs. W. Y
Rumney has returned home after sev
eral weeks pent very pleasantly in'the
east and'''orh. She went to Boston
first, where she attended the conven
tion of Christian Scientists, then com
ing west again she stopped in New
York. Chicago and various Minnesota
c res. spending some time visiting re
latives in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She
says that while she had a delightful
tiine and saw many pretty places, she
saw no plaoe she would rather live
li.ati in Phcf nix.
A PERIODICAL VISITOR. Charlos
J. Lex. who now lives in Los Angeles
and who has been traveling all over the
southwest for the last thirteen year
for Stromberg, Kraus & Co., trunk
manufacturers of St. Louis, is paying
Phoenix one of his periodical visits. He
is infatuated with the Phoenix climate
(in the winter time) and with the
Phoenix trunk trade in the summer
time. He rather likes to come here,
though, even in the summer, for he
feels so much more satisfaction when
he gets away again. He travels as far
south as the City of Mexico, which
village he rayr is badly overrated n a
health resort. He generally stays there
two weeks and always figures on being
sick fifteen days during that time
A .TOMBSTONE" TRAGEDY. An
drew Garrett, a young man aged
and a well known resident of Tomb
stone was accidently shot and instantly
killed Thursday afternoon by Willie
Blackburn, a companion. The fatality
occurred about three miles from Tomb
stone while hunting rabbits. The shot
from both barrels of a. shotgun in the
hands of Blackburn entered the back
of Garrett's head. Without a groan
the young man sank to the ground and
expired before his horrified companion
could realize what had been done. The
dead boy and Blackburn were the best
of friends and Blackburn's story of the
affair is accepted by all. No blame is
attached to the latter. The case is sim
ply looked upon by everyone as one of
those inevitable accidents which come
up from time to time.
THE BIRD BANQUET. The ban
quet following the three two-men team
shoot of the day before took place at
the Hoffman last night. According to
the agreement it was paid for by the
low team, consisting of Messrs. W. E.
Cunningham and W. A. Milton. It was
altogether a very pleasant affair. It
was something of a surprise that this
particular team had to pay for it, for
both members are experts and bets had
been made that Mr. Cunningham would
hold the high gun. He was, though, a
victim of ill luck so constantly at
tendant upon experts in field shoots.
The young ladies of the courthouse
yesterday expressed their sympathy
with him by securing his hat and twist
ing a great mourning bund about it.
and they further decorated the door
leading to the office of the county
treasurer with sirblems of woe. .
GEORGE W. CHEYNEY DEAD.
News was received here yesterday tha
George W. Cheyney of Tucson died in
San Francisco on Friday of dropsy. He
had been ill the greater part . of the
time for the last year and went to San
Francisco recently to place himself
under the treatment of Dr. Gcodfellow,
formerly of Tucson. Soon after Mrs.
Cheyney wa,s summoned to his bedside.
Mr. Cheyney has lived in Arizona for
many years, being counted among the
pioneers. He was a brother-in-law of
W. F. Staunton of Congress and Tomb
stone. Mr. Cheyney was engaged in
mining during the greater part of his
life in Arizona, though he took great
interest in the political and educational
affairs of the territory. He was at one
time postmaster of Tucson and at an
other served the territory as school su
perintendent at a time when the office
was elective. He was the republican
candidate for delegate to congress in
1S90, and at the time of his death was
probate judge of Pima county, having
been elected las; fall. There were tew
men better known all over Arizona and
none more favorably.
Lost Sunday, August 2d. gold nug
get. Return 610 North 2d Ave and re
ceive large reward.
A CHILDISH GAME.
"Mercy! What's Johnnie doing with
that tub of water and those chips'.'"
"He's playing naval maneuvers,
mamma." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
NUGGETS FROM GF.ORGIA.
A good man never blows his own
hoin, because he's too poor to own one.
Riches don't bring happiness, as a
rule, but they pay house rent and the
Silence is sometimes as eloquent as
a thunder-storm as when, for instance,
your mother-in-law looks at you, but
speaks not. Atlanta Constitution.
Lying too much in bed is almost as
bad as lying too much out of it. Chi
Every Cowboy and Ranchman
Knows the Value of a
THAT'S why the cowboy
rides miles across tbe desert
to get one.
We carry a full line of Stetson
soft and derby hats in all the
Wear the cool and correct comfort
Clothes bearing this famous mark
The mark of perfection on men's ready-
for-service apparel. BENJAMIN Sum
mer Suits are featherweight but sound
as steel. Hair-cloth front and shape
retaining insides keep them shapely
and serviceable until worn threadbare.
SI0.00 to $25.00.
A guarantee with every garment.
For sale by us only.
Also exclusive agents for IIANAN
SHOES, the best on earth for men.
SOROSIS SHOES, the best on earth
H. I. Latham & Co.
H.L Latham &Co.
44 N. Center St., 'Phone 2201
The entire field of science, no
where has there been such pro
gress as in the science of optics
and the fitting of glasses. Our
success in this line is due, in a
measure, to tile fact that we
embrace every meritorious idea
we constantly seek to origin
ate new methods of excellence
that will in any way aid us in
the practice of fitting glasses!
German Optical Institute
7 WEST ADAMS ST,
Arizona's Up-to-Date Opticians
F. W. STECHAN, Manager.
CURTISS COMEDY COMPANY
MONDAY, TUESDvY, WIONESDAY,
LAST THREE MGHTS,
UNDLR STARS AND STRIPES
Prices. 10c, 20c and
30c. Seats at
YOUR NEW IDEA
Opinon as to patent
with 75 Mechan
and 50 Perpetual
Motions f r
Call or write W.li. Mw
Nulty, Nfs. ;4-lfi Sontt
21 Avenue, representing
V. i. D1ETERICH A: Vu.
Washington, D. ('.
W. J. MURPHY
Real Estate, Insurance,
102 West Adams Street.
H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO.
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
Fine 80-aere improved ranch with
water in Salt River canal, at a bargain
if taken soon. '
Some of the best SUGAR BERT LAND
in the valley for sale at J25.0U and $30.00
Money to Loan.
41 West Adams Street
If You are Going Camping
You must not overlook us in order to
get the right price on
1 To Chase & Sanborn's Mocha and
4 cans Deviled Ilam,
3 cans Milk,
1 can large Mustard Sardines,
15 lbs Cane Sugar,
10 lb Bag Table Salt, !
Pafford's Gash Store
29 South First Avenue.
What's Finer for Dinner,
Than prime rib roust of beef? "When
you can't think of anything else, roast
beef is always in order, for one tires of
it seldom. The choicest of the choicest
is what we ever aim to secure in beef,
and "Failure" has yet to be written
over our dcor. Good place to do your j
P. T. HURLEY,
17 W. Washington St.
la Arizona agent for the Rarycle, the
best and easiest riding wheel on earth.
Keeps the largest stock of Tires ana
sundries. Most complete repair shop In
the city. Noa. 7 and 9. S. First avenue.
K. M. DEPEW
Phoenix Harness and Saddlery Co.
Wholesale and retail dealers in and manufacturers of
Harness, Stock Saddles, Saddlery Hardware,
Mexican Silver Inlaid Bits and Spurs.
FINE HAND-MADE HARNESS A SPECIALTY.
TT1 1 I nr
IVien and Women
8 W. Washington St.
TO T R A D B
AT LOW PRICES.
TALBOT . HUBBARD.
T rt PKnenhnta
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Tliese are our' leaders for hot weather drinks. We
also serve phosphate in any flavor.
v jaa b inn
ibu Acres ; iuu Acres in Aiiana
Fully Stocked for Farming,
For sale very cheap if taken at once.
Small amount of Maricopa and Grand water for
sale, with or without stock.
E. J BBNN1TT,
16 NORTH CENTER STREET.
I SELL THE EARTH.
Six acres with small brick house. Double adobe
chicken house. All in alfalfa. Also horse, harness,
buggy, plow and cultivator. Three miles east from
Phoenix Park. A snap. Come and see me,
J. Ernest Wal Ker,
Real Cstate, Loans, Insurance,
I4.IO S. iSecond Ave.
I VISITORS SHOULD STOP
I AT THE
BEST IN THE CITY.
ULU I 111 I ML. U I I I 1 4,
t Newly renovated and
fronts on Court House
t Attractive suites, siu-
gle rooms, with or with-
Ma -.-. "NT TTJ
i -i i, .. $.4.44
. C C. A. Larson.
IT riri 1
Ginge Ale. V
m mie it
Saddle and Harness Go.
142 East Washington St.
Bits and Spurs,
Whips, Collars, etc.
Expert Carriage Trimmer
- n. A T" A
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Aruon..1 32 W. Washington