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THE AKIZONA REPUBLIC A N: SUNDAY MORNING KOVEMIIEC 8, 1903.
s - . ' I DISTRICT COURT I .. Stoves Ra aim Continuance of the Bennett Manda mus Suit. i lift MINING MACHINERY BUILDERS HARDWARE EZRA W. THAYER 124-126 Cnst Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Streot REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE I X FRONT. Wholesale and Retail ' Tinware, Granite Ware, Enameled Ware, THE BEET SUGAR EtSINZSS Alio a Comparison of the Salt River' Valley With Others. A. J. llaiivr. (t Kyrene. wh-i is bo i:in be-t bjr.'r piowir.jr m-re ex i !y th.in anybody use in the val . y. v. .is in the city vFter-l;iy. Mr. ilanfi. il intends t I '.ant two sections i. :.r '. ts. and lir- will need a fjreat iK.il of h-'.p. m tv than ran i-ossibly be : j:. 1 it this community. He dues net oar.t tj de-,--:i.1 upon transient help.! .-.nl h is therefore ennaK-'d in the ra!irir cf a i-d-ny in which he if be iriff v ry sui i t-ssful. He will reed at !at 1 men. and he has already i rouirht into the Valley twenty-five of t !: m. He was- cr. of the delegates from this ; t-nitjry t' the irrigation cor.press at j i 'im 'ii. an.i v. mi" ne was in nan r.e v,.ited the !irtr: het su.i-r r.'i-tif n? of that Hate and tfi.ni.- more than ever or.vir:-ed ( f the profit in raising b?ets. lie also vi-ited t Ii b-'et regions of ".iliforri! i. Th re was one thins; that! '.. r..!iie. ir the Leet area that he t ' vct s-v. I.tf.ne i!i any other purely gri ullural r Most of th farmers h i are --r.ir::g -d ir-. raising beets.) wned i itilif r-!:r! tui--: -s and had plenty f tiire to ride a! ut in them. Their iv..s ar.d th -ir daujrht .ts w ere bet ter dre?.--1 than the ai -rase daughter . wife of th'- farmer. They had lis wre i devote t aceonpii-hments and t.-.-'r.ny ij ypy for bourd and tuition at the b t eh' ol. !- als-i dicovred tint durir.g; the jrrer.-r p.trt -f ti: . year the suear farmers h'td ru.lhii.s t dr out p'.t .!n th-- time, The raisinpr .".'.id harvesting of a crop of sugar b'.'ets Joes nn r:--(l'.;ire a great deal of time and in volves very little hard laV.cr. Most of it is done by hired help, for the profits cf the business are so great that the ow ner of the land needs only to work enough to keep his blood in circulation. The beet sugar business, said Mr. Hansen, gives the lie Xp that old saying- of Frar-.klin's: "He who by the plow would thrive. Himself must cither hold or drive." Another t! in? resulting from the tiip cf Mr. Hansen was his better sat isfaction with the Salt river valley. He snys he does not believe there is another Fpct like it i;i the United States. He saw the valley of the Great Salt lake basin, and, compared with iroit of the valleys of the United Slates, it is something to be proud of, but in its extent and fertility it is not to be compared with the Salt liver val ley. He also saw some of the boasted val leys of northern California. They seemed to him pitifully or ridiculously small. It seemed only a stone's throw from one range of mountains to thj other buinding in the valley. One who had become used to the magnificent distances cf the valley of the Sail would imagine that he could not breathe easily in one cf those cooped irrigated areas of California. o When in Glendale stop at Lund's restaurant for a good mtul. TRADE TOriCS Hamilton, the tuner. Leave orders at RedewiU's or Fountain's mysic store. Women and girls who have been un fortunate and are in need of a home and friends can find them by address ing Crittenton Home, Highland addi tion. Phoenix, Arizor. SIXTH AVENUE HOTEL. Dining-rocrn is open. First-class table board by the day or week. Try our evening' dinners, 5:30 to 7 p. m. For the best rtJJed barley in town go to the Capitol Mills. Does your piano need tuning? Have Hamilton tune it. Ask your grocer for Town Talk flour. It is the best. One Fare and a Fifth To Tucson and return, account meet ing Masonic grand bodies, commencing Nov. 10. and, meeting Grand Templets of J:..thbone listers Nov. l'tth aad 20th. Particulars at city ticket office M. & P. & S. II. V! Ry.. 22 North Center St. ' M. O. Bioknell. G. P. A. Mrs. E. M. Mosher has reopened her dressmaking parlors in the Dorris Opera House building. Tailored and evening gowns a specialty. "Wanted. Well located and well 1m- ! proved SO acre ranch und-r Temp", Utah or Mesa canals. Address A. P.. Republican. Jepsie M. Priest! -y Lessons given in ril and watir ic'.jr p -.in ins. ') Nrlh 1st Ave. Southern California Advertisements f ONLY 7Q PER LOT B4 DOWN AND 4 PER MONTH. We re s. Illnir fpiartf-r-acre Pasadena Vilia Tract lots for J! down iind $1 per month until r ai'l for: r.o interest.! no t .--. 1 ts are lir.ipiestionalily a good investment. We are now S' lling at Tu, but the pri'e will soon be raised to V f. Ti e new Pav e' riii j-'riort Line, the .Vonrovia and Albambra electric railways now run from our tract to the l:ii!in-- ivnii r of i.x i ;n is 'iry in only l-'ifte-n Miniuos. Such ra;:i i transit !s bound to make our quarter-wr- i !oty so. ri S' !1 for ever J'.'". Two more electric lines will soon run through the tract. v . ; &s;--'Vl-iZ t:r.-:. One Thousand Men at Work on Huntington Shoi-t Line to Pasadena. They are now at wori at North Pasadena, end are maRing dirt fir. The above ;!.-rf ndatits of the athletic flreeks of old have connlf toil tbePasadena Short line. The Greeks are not al.ui" in the ko'I work of development which Mr. Huntington is pushing through. fo they are ably seconded by tto- J ij atif se and M-NKari contingents, tiv the timekeeper's reports over l,lm completed t!.e broad-gauging into I aail iia. II. K. lluntiiiirton is entitled to the hearty co-opcrallon of every public-spirited citizen in his great enter pn.fe of i.'iiem.K a grtat network of electric railways to all points in Southern California. Now is" the time to buy l.tx in t he ir::irn: residence ttiibL!rb of los Angc-les tlie l'asad na Villa Tract. A Lr.iri'l l. !l.-. ar.l will run on both si. le of the n-w nuntington double-track electric railway. As the passen vr !i in th- luxurious car, on plush-covered seats, looking out throutrli plate-rlass windows, -they will see tha cat ri.i j-.' of the wcalthv riinnir.g along over the erandest boulevard in Anrirj. Starting from beautiful Kastlako I'.irK no! runninir to Stoth Ias:,d na. it will then run through sweet-snielliri j: orange proves an along avenues h: il with pHlin rrf-f s. croMins t!ie 'Lucky" Pah' win Ranch ami on to .Monrovia. Jt will indeed bo the "King's High v ,iy" ii at!ir: b l Itev), wt;i-;h t he Soa nish padres of a century uko proposer as they rode in ox carts from Mission San G itTi. 1 ro the "City of the jocn of the Anrels." Jt is coming. It cannot be stopped. The Huntington electric r'a.l l.-t i-.mieted from Is Atr-'ili-s to Monrovia. The grand loulevarcJ will positively follow. People will come Mom all over the world to drive over il. in winter, with the beautiful Sierra Madre Mountains covered with snow, this cran'l boulevard will traersea re-.-ion of flowers, oranges and pretty homes of happy people, bas!;ing in the i ..ri.u pur.shine of Southern "alifomia. The famous boulevards of Southern France will' not equal P. The King's I lirha y from Ixs Ancrr-len to Munproviu v.ill be the finest lioulevard in the world, and this repion will always bo the "Paradise of America." Take advantage thereof and buy lots in the coming residence suburb of Los Angeles. The Beautiful Fasana Villa Tract CStY S70 PEB Lot. Only Fifteen Miaute3 from the Center Of Los Angeles. ON THE "HUNTINGTON SHORT LINE' Three Electrc Railways now Running Through the Tract. Rapid Transit Double Track. tt ONLY $70 PEH LOT $4 Down, $4 per Month. No Interest. No Taxes. AMONG OUR PURCHASERS ARE THE FOLLOWING LEADING CITIZENS : " I" 1 1 u: t in. tui. vice-president of the Southern Pacific R. R. Co.: L.T. Garnscy, president of the Los Angeles ;i"t i: I'.nto ili.ilv.ay Co.: . I i. ( 'arisen, cx-l". S. Commissioner of Railroads of Cuba: P..ird Rrcs., wholosalo '""""if.ii ro. re" :uiis; J. 5. Est udi i in. ex-State Treasurer of California; l li. Dixon, cx-Siate Harbor Cotnmis- t.er. I r. William I lodge, Ir. J. K. Cowb-s ami others. Yesterday was the time set for the hearing of an application by H. J. Ben nett for an alternative writ of manda mus directed against the territorial auditor, ex-oflicio chairman of the board of control, and George A. Olncy, A. S. Doneau and F. W. Nelscn, mem bers, to hold an extraordinary session and place the property cf the Santa Fe. Prescott and Phoenix railroad on the assessment roll, cr show cause why they should not do ro. Chairman Nichols was in town, and Mr. Donau bad come over frcm Tuc son, but with the consent of both par ties the case went, nvr two weeks- In the case of John T. Dunlap, guar dian, against O. H. Christy, adminis trator of the estate cf James Rcarke, the demurrer to the amended com plaint was sustained and the plaintiff wes jjiven ten days to file a further amended complaint. In the suit of Jesse H. Smith against W. J. Rainey and others the demurrer of Frank Luke was set for hearing next Saturday. The demurrer in the damage fcuit of David Gibbons egainst the Santa Fe. Frescctt ar.d Ph-.ienix railroad was also ic?et lor the rorr.e date. In the di ve rce suit of Katie Sabra r.gainst Sha hcen Sabra the demurrer to the iom plaint was overruled, th defendant net insisting.' In the case of W. K. James against the Mesa-Hacienda ermranv th tietition cf Pauline M. O'Neill to intervene was granted then plaintiff not objecting. A demurrer in the cS3e was reset for November 14 ad the trial for Dcetmber. In the L:ng Hardware company against Edward Irvine et ol. an emended demurrer to an emended complaint v.ns overruled, as it contained no matter different from the demurrer ta the amended complaint. This case was set for trial o.i Pec. 2. tn tl.e suit of James YVil ron. against P. P. Pagss a mction to set p.s'.de the crder for a satisfaction cf judgment was continued until next Saturday. The appealed case of Daniel Maho ncy against Mary L. Darbour an eject ment suit, brought down from Mesa, was di-misssd on the motion cf the sppellee. o Mr. Fountain, the well known teach er cf mandolin, guitar, violin and eith er instruments, has divided his pupils into three musical 'crgar.iscalionr.. Those playing on the violin and wind instruments are organized af the i Phoenix Symphony orchestra and is composed of ab ut twenty-five pupils. He has also, organized the Fountain Mar.de lin and Guita.- club which H composed cf ab n.t twenty advanced pupils cf the i.iar.Uor.n and guitar, and the third oigatiization is the Phoenix P.anjo, Mandolin and Guitar club, c tr.pcred of ab..ut 2J pupil:?. j For the purpose f bringing the pu pils to a state cf proficiency, Mr. IFcuntain conducts rehearsals three Jtiir.es a week. O.i Monday night the t Symphony ctchestra meets from 7:'K) j to S:,0 p. m. On Wednesday night the ! Rar.jf club meets fr-m 7:D0 to S:D0 p. m. and on Thursday night the Foun tain Mandolin and Guitar club meet fiorn S to V. The meetings are held in Mr.- Foun tain's studio which is large enough to accommodate sixty players at one time. The members cf the different clubs are caret' t.ll" selected as to their abil ity and amiability, and none but such who v.ill wotk harmoniously and for the best interests of the -organization are allowed to join. The students are Instructed thoroughly in all that per tains to mu::ic and their particular in strument and from present indications and the" lass cf music that is played by the different organizations, great promise? j.-! hrld forth that Phocni:; v.ill socn have o fund of musical entertain ers, which will be a credit to the city. Mr. Fountain i3 willing to Increase the member? hir- of the different or ganizations, and any one pos.-;s:dng musical talent and ability to play on the instruments used and who ! other wise dvfiiabie, can Jcin the club for whii h her cr his ability v.ill permit and will receive a hearty welcoin?. The m'-mbeis of the different organ izations speak very highly of Mr. Fountain's ability as a director and of his enthusiasm and kindness as a lead er and the care and skill shown in the management thereof, and they further say that their reheersals are a source of musical education and er.jryment. and is a very desirable addition to the present laxity of means of enjoyment and education. Mr. Fountain is a dealer in pianos and all ether musical instruments. His sti'dio is at No. 243 -K. Washington St.. near 3rd street, and persons desiring to j un should apply to him at that place. . When Medicine Fails, Try Liquozone We'll Pay for It. Medicine must fail in a germ trouble, because medicine never kills genns. Auy germ-killing drug is a poison to you, and it cannot be taken internally. Liquozone liquid oxygen is the only way that any man knows to kill genus in the body without killing the tissues, too. its results in a ertn trouble are abso lutely certain, for it always destroys, the cause of the trouble'. To prove this if you. need it-ve will gladly pay for a bottle and ghfe it to you to try. Only Oxygen. Liquozone is simply liquid OTTgen no dmgs, no alcohol in it. It is the dis covery of Pauli, the great German chem ist, who spent 2o years on it. His object was to get such an excess of oxygen in staple form into the blood that no genii could live in any membrane or tissue. Liquozone docs that. We spend 14 days in making every bottle, but the re sult is liquid oxygen a germicide so cer tain that we publish on every lx)tt!e an offer of $ 1 ,ooo for a genii that it cannot till. Oxygen is a tonic to you the most es sential element of life. Its effects are ex hilarating, purifying, vitalizing. Nothing else is so good tor you. But germs are vegetables; and this excess of oxygen th very life of an animal is deadly to vegetable matter. We Paid $100,000. for the rights to Liqttor.onc for the United States. We did this after testing it for two years in 3,000 difficult cases, and proving that the results were inevitable. We state this price to show the value of Pauli's discovery. To-elay the best physi cians, the world over, use Liemozone alone in any germ disease. If you suffer from a tcerm trouble, you must use it, too; else rely cn Nature alone to get well. Germ Diseases. These are the. knovm germ disear.es All that medicine can do for these troubles is to help Nr.tr.rc overcome the genus, and such results are indirect and un certain. Liemozone kills the genus, wherever they are, and the results arc in evitable. I!y destroying the cause ot t:ie trouble, it k: variably ends the disease, and forever. Asthma Ahficesi AncmlR ltronchui Mood Poison Brlulit' Disease bowel Trouble. Coughs Tolds Corisuirption Colic Cronpj Constipation Catarrh Cancer . Dvfentery piarrhea liaudnifi Propsy ljr.spepsla ITay Fever Influenza KiUnev Diseases Li (.rlppc Leucorrlieaj l.lver Troubles Malaria Neuralgia .Many Heart Troubles Piles Pneumonia Pleurisy Quinsy niieumatlKiii Sklu Diseases scrofula Syphilis Stomach Trouble Throat Troubles Eczema Erysipelas TubereulosU Kevers (;all htone Tumors fleers Coicre (iout Varicocele Gonorrhea ;)eet Women". DWeases All diseases that betdn with fevers-all inflam mation all catarrh all conuirtoiis diseases all the results of impure or poisoned blood. In nervous debility Llcpiozone acts as a vitaj l.er, accomplishing what uo drugs can do. 50c. Bottle Free. If you need Liquozone, and have never tried it, please send us this coupon. We will then mail you an order on your local druggist for a full-size bottle, and we will pay your druggist ourselves for it. This is our free gift, made to convince you; to show you what Liquozone is, and what it can do. In justice to yourself, please accept it to-day, for it t -laces you under no obligation whatever. Liquozone costs 50c. .nd $1. CUT OUT THIS COUPON for thin offer may not appear aealn. Fill out the blanks and mall it to tlio M-iuid Ozouo Co., TJl-ziS E. Klnzio St., Chicago. My disease is I taaye never tried Liquozone, but if you will supply me a 5oc. bottle free 1 will take It. 6vk fnll wfldrw wrtle plainly. Anv phvslclan or hospital not yet using Liquo zone "will bo gladly supplies for a test; is probably r.o man in '.he world bet ter fitted to have performed it. The nature of it offered no remuneration, and it was necessarily inspired by rer FCnal enthusiasm. There are ethers perhaps equally as enthusiastic, but none have lived here so long, making c constant study of the subject, and who have devoted so much valuable time to tracing these- old canal Unej and village sites, not only with the eye. but with technical Insruments, that accuracy In note taking might be rccured. The work is valuable for sci entific reference, for it is a work that cannot now be done. The cultivati-vi cf so large a portion cf the valley has wiped cut a great i.iany of the car.al lir.es that were plainly in c idc-ncv when Mr.. Patrick made his survey?. And the rtudy cf tiic old cflnal sys tems is certainly an interesting one, made esj :cieliy soby compariron with the eiir.al systems of the pres -:it. There- are many, rt j doubt, w ho, v. hii: hnowir.g ihis valley, wa?" once peopled by an undent race, hve ro knowledge cf the canal systems, and it will be r.t-ws to '.hem to learn that such an interesting 1 r.Mication i?n be procured. CANALS AND PUEBLOS Publication Showing the Works Prehistoric Artzonians. of 1 I t. I 25 GUARANTEED INCREASE. Tor tl down and $1 per month until pai-1 for, we will ?-ll : on 11 r- k-cl ir I .-1 .i-i.-nr Villa Trac t Lot, full size, i-idii-- 0:1 -.-i-'.,,( nteime. sul j-ft to tlie following irrin:- from im Il at the expiration of ore- year from jo r--eiis-. tb.s JT- lot is not worth i or 2j per cent ln' i--;ii-!u!i!il on ti e j,ri'-e at which our corps of sales men v-.l l t ;ie?i le .- ellin--' similar lots, we will refund ;i! rhe mo 11 bae pai I us, .with C per cent lnt-rest ad oitieii.il. It vnii H.-i.uld -lie at anv time before payments have tie. rt -.-, r j j , ; , vo t i.-ive to your h-irs a -!el ot tie p,t (f.ii.iiin furiiier .nt. If you shoiii-1 lose t-m-pl'i?. in- nt or !e M k ymi will not forteit the land. We Select Good Lots For Non-Residents. 2Z years ago PaS-edena was a sheep pasture. What a grand transformation has lieen wrought! It is today the Pnest ali-year-round residence section in the world. A similar change will take jdace jit the Pasadena Villa Tract, v hich is live miles nearer 'Los Anareles' business ce nter. It is as bound to occur as the sun will rise tomor rcv. The entire region between Pasadena and Los An geles Is bound to build up into a solid city. Our liestrictions Are: 'No Saloons, No Shanties, No Factories. Purchasers are not compelled to build, but if they do, then thrv m-.st erect attractive looking houses, there be ing no dollar limit. - Orders by mail or telegraph will be r.llotted according to time received at our office. Remittances should be sent by Kxpress, Postal -Money Order or Hank Check. FOK Fl'ItTHEK INFORMATION, MAPS, ETC.. ADDRESS CARLSON INVESTMENT CO. 3S The Phoenix free museum has just Issued the first bulletin of a series pro posed to be Issued from time to time giving to the scientific w c rid-such facts as may be discovered or thoroughly established terpectlng- the archaeology of this part o.' Arizona. Though it is well known "that Ari zona contains more cf interest to the ethnologist and archaeologist than any other part of the southwesX. the work of the explorer has only been spasmod ic, and the results cf it have been scattered through all the museums of the world, leaving no complete collect-on, no systematic records of at that has been learned. The purposes cf the free museum were largely to form a nucleus for systematic vcrk or sys tematic compiling and preserving of such information as may be obtain able, and the bulletin idea has been adopted as a part of its work. The bulletins are in pamphlet form and Bold at a trifling price, this first is sue having been copyrighted. This bulletin is entitled "The Amer ican Canal Systems and Pueblos of the S:;lt River Valley." The matter was pteparel by H. K. Patrick, a compe tent civil engineer, who has resided here since 1878. and who has a fond ness for ethnological study. The text, of the bulletin is accompanied by a. map. showing all the ancient lines of canals in the valley and all the an cient pueblos that have thus far been found. The little publication is the result of an infinite amount of work on the rart cf Mr. Patrick and there Safe Prison V-.'ai It wa in ene of the pris. r.s. not a thousand miles from Philadelphia. The story is told that the other Sun-lay the chaplain of the institution, after de livering a sermon to the prisoners, spyke privately to as' many as time would rermit. T.) . a rather mild locking man he said: ' "My friend, aiev't ycu retry ycu are la her:?" "Net on your life," said the mm. "Not :crry?" How can that be? What are you here for?" "I'm i:i here for having three wives," said th-; pn.-.ncr. Philadelphia Public L.Jger. If it rains and your skin gets rouli don't use- the so-called cremis. L ss Mdme. do Geati's Skin Food and Facial creme?. Nothing on earth just like it. It is -:t en in large white jars and cost a yeu 50c. If you ci.-'t call for it., send for You ret it at v -ir rSj?A SERB E-e ivrz.i k O Lots. We threw in cur lot r.id dare! F:to to f'.f) it"! WDlt. "I'm with you. Ge.:ge." sheutej J-. rikins. "count on me. I'm giing to throw in my l.-t cf chipr, cur lot, his let r.Il the oth -t :. Th're certainly are times when we would ratl:.r travel t' lor.e. New York Evening fun. An incendiary speech "net up and light the hre. " Philadelphia Record. o The shoemaker who sticks to his last is awl right. Philadelphia Reccrd. Opposite City Hall. Ttlephone Main 93. Srni us your Mai! Orders. ffn i-' ;2 v .?'-" i. ?-s pi j j,-.- era tZi' si, '.w.i?fiL- ji4&V iftt J. - SA-.r-.J -iJ i Tn Hibfeapd EXPRlKGE AND knowledge ir Ilibluiril Ims been In the Fain-" l-" sll'y for many jesrs Successful an-l reliable h-: has won lliu f iil.lic confidence- Mis mci-ess is built upon st-ihty mi-1 reliHbility Tbe c-nred pnient brings Another An-l Acoiitinuous record 1 f per main-u t c ures 1 hnrouglil v pm blishes f-n-" Hsliitvir-K a rei-utstion for SUPERIOR SKILL. ConlHRi- us Hln.nl po;sen. .Vetvo i'l-l 1--lility, pelvic diseries, eon t 'h'-ted Mi'iincnts. ALL UKXATUSAL LISCIf A3GES mI-ok the 11 . t-'.hrn ii-t ni 1 il ritn iu-ns ei tiritinry tract prrtu'.nirg to 1 lie prcstnte c-bicd, Bliirt-ler i.d 4& Prireery, Secondary or Tertary C!c3d Poison I'em.anently Cumd. Yon rAti b treAted nt homo coder &AC16 KDArAnty. Car-it al f.ViO.'itM). Wo solicit tb most olistinato rases. We have f.ired the worst eases in 15 to 35 days. If yon have talo-n merrary. iodide potash end still have aches and pi-iim. Mucus Patches in Month. Sore Throat, Fimpii's, Ccnoer Colorcd Spots, Plcers on anjr part of the body, llair or Eyebrows fallinit out, write for proofs of cures. Cook Remedy Co. 13.-3 I1SOII0 nurLE. Chicapi, III. lOO-atgt Book Fna. The Suit You Want, Mads As You Want It. Tli- preM nt at e i one el iiovMi cement Med- . . 1 ..... .ii., i'.iiiiiiij J it led cut advertising. lotig--r ousl-li'ied ol-jec-tii-io l l The world r.i - v -s Hiid a skilinl speo-;-i'st !) ss neb right lo ii'hke bis skill knoxs 11 .- a eti'erprif ing busi ri'f mnii hi-.s to publish liis mmvs uiul nictno-is. Jf cue hatuiie 1 along certsin lines anil Iiam had b:reeexpeiieure in the saite. hv should he hide his knowledge? Why not publish it n-l mute ptople live longer mid happier For thi n-Hrn we inKku known fur work as a SPECIALIST. Tbrougnout the sout-wrst Dr. llil-bitiil baa long been known r. t r emineutlv suei-essful in curing DISEASES OF KEN. His niMih. ils for the treat ment 01 SEXUAL WEAKNESS to the Utest an-l best. Blood, Special, Private, Kidney and Urinary Diseases are treated 111 the most vcieiiiiiu-Kielvtil.ini mnrier. No mutter who hisfxiledor how obstinate, your mHlarty, eon suit the doctor without demy, and if your dis ease is curable ou will t-e cured promptly ami permanently. If possible always be exam ined fcv an esocrt. T"ik with lom and judge yourself as to lus aliility nn-1 integrity.. The doctor is thoroughly educated and a grdui.te of Harvard Medical Collepe, He makes a jperiaity of difiienlt cases. Years ago be discarded old-time methods of treatiug chronic diseases. hnce his far-reaching rupu tation. Conciliation Free. Hftirs 10-12, i-3, 6-7. Hibtin.nl building, S. Second Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. Specialty Chronic Diseases. CONSULTlNa PHYSiCIAN. , SUCCESSFUL rwI1IBBAED EUADLE. Craduate cf Harvard medical College.? ONE Cf THE BEST 1:1 the World. Ki-lncys ns the r.sult of lr fliimmatnry con-ii lions are removed nud soun-1, healthy tissiie-i c-stAblishtd. thereby leaving the parts fuily restored ai intended by nature. Cancers and exteraal c'rowths removed without the knife or severe measures. Dr. IiIB3AIiD, inboard tf mlding, jr.--jti South Fecon-1 ATenue, I'hoenir, Arizoi-n. Consnlta tion Free. Hours 10-12, 1-3, 6-7. When you place your order with us, we make the rlothes to suit your idevis. as well as ours. AVe Have the Cloth, We Have the Workmen, We Have the Ideas and Style. Your money back if you are not satisfied. Place your order here and be sure of satisfaction. NICHOLSON, THE ARTISTIC TAILOR AND CUTTER. 45 West Washington Street. Dr. HIBBARD cancers and external Sexual, Blood and Genito urinary. Organ Specialist. Urethral Obstructions, Specific Blood Poison Nervous Debility, Contracted Diseases. The above disorders with their terrible effect cause repression of uiinil and wreck ing of brvly and racking of the nervous system. Your life may be? at stake Why not pet the bot of treatment? If jour eyesight is puor gt to a reliable oculist. If vou- hearing is defective you need a competent a-jri". K? your teeth nrhe call 0:1 a good dentist. If bur- ing up with a fever or you have some acute diseasu consult your familf physician. They should treat you. uot I, for I" do not treat such cases aud tbey cm do he Iff by you. If however you have some serious diseHse in my line in which jour life and he-ilth be at st-l:e, it i absolutcly neces.-ary for you 10 consult one who has ex pert skiil, lH-ge experience and scieutiiie equipment, in order to b' permanently and successfully cured Cancer snd External Growths Removed Without the Use of the Knife or Severe Meas ures and with Complete Safety Dr. Kibbard Hibbnrd building-, Srt-'.'H South Second Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. Consultation Free. Hours 10-12, 1-8, 6-7. the knife cr severe measures rf. Hihlmrd removes all external growths by local medication. H is nieth"-l is sale, sure aad sue c'fiul. The doctor ilmkc iv specialty of chronic diseasei' nnd removal cf aliaoimal giowttis. The knife as i well known is aii nbsoluie b-tlure in many cases. lr. Ilihl-a rct's ' method is successful when success isol.tain. able. His system is rational an-l cu.ntilic and will be fully explained to the allliete-l free of chart:-. Thousands every year -lie in the I'nir.-d States id m ply l-ocuusc the -Its. nse is not clearly understood 'a ud therefore ct'iinot bo rishtly t rented. Cases are culled ineurablti which Can be cured and without resorting to the knife, with but little pain and complete safety. 'Ihosi who auffer fr-m diaAea cf the sxual and. urinary org-n from contracted disorders and B'tn-ntl weakness shouln at once re 'osrnize thi known rsnl' of such compla-nt. To Bach wo offer the best, most sc.entif c and successful treatm- nt. Hibbard Ruil-ling. 2S South Second Avenue, I'hoenix Arizona. Consultaiieu Free. Hours 1U-12, l -3, 6 7. t, - i ! . ii -