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THE AKIZOXA KEmnSLTCAX, SATURDAY MORXIXO, JANUAKV 10, 1904
m I rn ULLilii . i AT.. Davidson's Cash Store FIRES! FIRES! FIRES! Ar breaking out almost every day; it may bs you next. And Blaze killer Wit! kill a blaze that nothing else will CKt'Aguish. It not a liquid but a dry powder contained in a Ions tin tube. It is j-rniiancnt and harmless. It saved this i!or last spring from a bad fire. One .f pur elerks discovered a fire back -f the warerooni blazing- ten feet high IuhI Instantly extinguished it with one of these tubes and saved the store from (i Ms fire and the stock a bad wetting from water. OUR OFFER. lilaze Killer sells the world over for $3.00 per tube. There are people in the city here Mho have bought these tubes knowing their value who have paid $u.00 for them, and for the month of January' we will sell them for J2.4."i rach. , Buy a Blaze Killer and put yourself in shape to extinguish a blaze should it Mart in your house or your shop or store. Cash Store Phone Red 303. Phoenix, Arizona. ' w 7 .l$fLJr 'ti M A PIECE OF GLASS, That's all. but what a wonderful -ftVct- it b.is on poor, tirr.i. iWi tii- yes. win mi its surfa'-'-s arc properly .ground to coitci t the d-.l'- t i Ve eye. .;!- those 'Alio have expei i"i red sin-h relief can fully realize and appreciate fhe blessiiiLjs of properly prro;md. per fei tly fittinsr glasses our kind. No matter whether you have us ad just glasses or not. your are invited f see and ' consult us about any trouble or supposed trouble ot the yes or your eye-glasses. gpfllt " W.WASHG.5T. I: I FADING ,1 j i JUAN , PHOENIX At the beginning of a new year we extend to all a cordial greet ing and hope that for all the year may be both happy and prosperous. The past year has been a very satisfactory one for us and we wish to heartily thank nil who have In any way contributed to this result. We .ippreciate your favors and i:i ''M we shall spale no effort to .--!-ve y,u even better than n the i ,st i:i order to merit a con tinuance of your good will. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY C.r. Washington and Center Sta. Phoenix, A. T. Imanaos . FOR 1904. . TOR SALIC Phoenix Stationery and News Go. 10 and 12 W. Washington St. Telephone Main 297. 0 1 b ;$&2wt& ft ' in j Word Of Local Interest. THE WEATHER Local daily weather report for the Arizona Republican: Forecast for today: Tair. Data for 24 hours ending S p. in. yes terday: , Temperature Departn-e Departure feinre since 1st ot Mouth Jan. 1, 1904 MEAN NORMAL 51 10 1 -1 Maximum temperature 73. minimum temperature Ct. Average relative humidity 34 per cent. Total precipitation 0. Character of the day Clear. M. K. BL.Y STONE, Section Director. STOCK SHIPMENT.- shipped seven cars of Angeles last night via Joe Monihan cattle to Los the SI. & l route. COUNTRY CLUB Mis. L. H. Chal mers and Mrs. H. B. Wilkinson will serve refreshments this afternoon at the usual Saturday reception of the Country club. LICENSED TO WED. Probate Clerk Klikland late yesterday after noon Issued marriage licenses to the following parties: Joseph 11. Nash and Mrs. P. E. Parsons, both of Den ver: Emilio Orabuena and Albina Bar aza. both of this county. MR. PACKARD OUT AGAIN. B. A. Packard, who was very ill in Temn; with an attack of pneumonia, is able to be around again, and was a Phoenix visiter yesterday. He says he is not yet quite as strong n? he ought to be, but he thinks he ha? fully recovered. A BENEFIT BALL. The grand benefit ball given on Thursday night at Padget hall by the members of the Fraternal Brotherhood was a very pleasant affair and was well attended. The lodge is uot a very old one. but ii? members know how to prepare a ood time. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. lie v i v 1 services are in progress in this church, conducted by the pastor, R?v. W. II. Bagby. Sunday services as follows: Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject. "Covering Sins:" evening. "The ( ("hi iFiian Churc' OfiABUENA-f abuena and Alv ...... evening, '"The Origin and Aim of the Church" BARAZA. Emelio )r- Mvina Baraaa were mar- lied yrpterday afternoon at 4 o'clock j by Justice J. M. Burnett. The cere- mony was p; 1 formed at the icsMenc? I of Andres Rcsas. in the southern part of the city, he being a relative of tl:" 1 jroom. j' A COUNTRY HOME. H. P. Gris i wold has s' Id through the agency of j Allen & Wilson a five acre tract, i three miles west of the cltj-, to J. T. I Donaldson, who came here recently from Colorado. Mr. Donaldson will probably build a house and make his new possession his future abiding T!ace. . i- BAPTIST CHURCH. Worshiou,g I m o'Nei.l hall. Adams street and ;v.'c- oi'l avenue, Lewis Hal ey, P. D., pas tor. Public worship, 1 1 : CO a, m. and 7:00 p. m. Bible school, a. m. Ju nior I'nion, .1X0 p. m. B. Y. P. I'., 6:30 p. m. Evening prelude, "Lessens from the life of the blind hymn writer, Fan ny Crosby. A cordial invitation to all. FREE METHODIST CHURCH. There will be preaching service at the Free Methodist church tonight, cor ner Fifth and Adams streets, at 7:30, by Rev. J. B. Fretland of Pasadena. Cal. Sunday services will b?gin at 10:30 wiih an old-fashioned love feast fol lowed by pleaching services and the administration of the sacrament of th Lord's Supper. Theie wii! also be prcachi::g seivice at 7:30. Sunday even ing: "1 was gla'l when thev said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord." ALTHEE MODESTI RETIVES. Althce Modesti on January 1st. retir ed frt 15 active business, closing hi1? mercantile establishment, which his been one 'of the le.iding houses of Yuma for twenty years or mure. sav the Sentinel. Mr. Modesti has not iuit business for lack of patronage or fin- anciai tro.uoies ot any sort, as lie is counted one of the wealthiest citizens, of Yuma county. He retirss from a life of activity, principally on account cf poor health, NEW CORPORATIONS Articles f incorporation of the following compan ies were filed la the otnee of the coun ty recorder yesterday: Champl: 11 Funding anil Foundry company, capi ta! stock $t.-,0.neo, incorporators A. A. Rife. R. II. Gray. A. Kirby and others: Mountaineer Gobi Mines, capital stock $3r..'ie0. incorporators J. 'Bender. F. S'-nrles, J. C. Campbell and others; Wyandotte Crude Oil company, cat i- ! WE Sell, Rent, Exchange Repair and LET UvS Show you our Underwood Visible. It's a winner. The McNeil Co Opposite Court House. Typewriters. For Fine Eatables WE ARE THE PEOPLE. Cheese department: Swiss, Kuisar r.rick, Limburger, New York, Canad ian, Imperial Cream. Cooked Meals. Our Meats are the best the market affords. Roasted Ham and Tongue. Roast Reef, Roast Lamb, Pickled Rigs' Feet. Cut Flowers Dairy. A large shipment of potted plants will ariive Wednesday of this week. Beautify the noire with them. Jamo Coffee, 3!b for $1.10. Janio Is the king of the art of toffee blending and roasting. COOPER & BLACK Good Things to Eat for Cash. 2 14-216 E, Wash. St. Phone 170. t.l stc k tl.OcC.'XlO, ineorpr ratcis, C Hiuchings anil C. M. Sheldon ON THE RUN AGAIN Drve Strahl has resumed his run as conductor on t're Phoenix and Maricopa division of the M. & P. S. R. V. railroad. He was taken sick last fail and was given a leave of absence for three months which he spent in San Diego and other southern California points. A BAKER'S DOZEN. Mr. W. T. Fulwiler, vice 1 resident of the ValUy Bank, received yesterday from th Homcside grove of Mr. G.-orge H. ( layson a reccrd breaking c luster of pomelos or grape fruit. On a stem only about a half inch in diameter and ex tending on both sides of th" stem were clustered thirteen of the fruit, regular in size and perfect in development. The bunch weighed fourteen pounds. Another cluster from the s;::r.e grove was taken to the loard of trade rcum some time ago with fifteen of the fruit on one stem, so it Is evident that this is not an abnormal grow th or unusual. CONE TO WASHINGTON. Judge J. H. Kitbey left 0:1 iH morning's S. F. P. &: P. train for Washington, where lie will confer with the ctllcials cf the reclamation service re speotlr. ih legal phasr?. of the work yet U be accomplished in this valley under the storage project, in which the Wa ter lrs' association and the govern ment will have to o-op?rate. The fact of his being called in con fererce is in recognition of his ability personally as a liv.yer and of the gov ernment's p.u: 1 c;se to give a fail hear' lng to the rc pi esentaives of the Wa Irr Users' association, in all import ant matters to bo undertaken ROADMAKERS' DELEGATION Governor Bioiie yesterday afternoon appointed a. delegation cf professiona icadmakcrs to the National Road makers' convention to b held at Hart ford. Conn., on Feb. 10-11. They are Frank I". 'iYott, C. E., of Pho:-nix; lion W. S. Sturgps of Pima county; Col.- Lyn :n S. Bridge cf Tucson; Hon. John H. Page ot" Grand Vinv and Captain C. E. Perkins of Nogaks None of these gentlemen have yet yet rifled their acceptance of the appoint irtnt and pprhaps thoy have not been notified that the honor has bean thrust upon them. If there are any ether persons in the territory who would like to attend the convention n do-ibt the governor can fix it so thit j they can get in. I A QUILLING BEE. There will be a "quilling" matinee at tin exhibition yarn's of th" Ostrich Farm, near the wpst end cf the street car line . thin a. ft f-moon between the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock. The rp-ills taken will be giv en to ar.y visitor present who may de sire them for souvenirs. That the rea der may undeistand just what this performance means It Is explained thet when the feathers are taken from the. birds the proof is called plucking, though In reality It Is clipplnt; rather than plucking, for most of the large feathers are cut off Instil cT being puil ! out. leaving the qui"--- of the feather in the bird. In the course of time these quills ripen or rather 7;e as would a ihrub with It:? toji cut off at the wrong season or th? year. They an ile n removed as soon as ready to p?; n it the early growth of another er'p of feat hers. They would probably a!l di e ; out c x; r.tually, but the quilling ir. scientifically done arnl hastens matters. If the feathers were tapidly plucked in the first place the treatment would lacerate the wings of the bird and possibly interfere materially with the growth of new feathers, at the same time being .-. rather cruel treatment of the ostriches. By cutting the feath ers ami allowing (he quills to ilry tine is little if any pain for the birds and the wings are 1 .ft in a erudition more er.oouragir.g to the growth cf new featheis. T-HdIjds IIc'3 ths laziest fellow I know. Slobl.s Yes. lie's even too lazy to work on the s-ympathies of his frien.l.s. Philadelphia Record. AFRAID of a DRAFT? Don't fear the "change from woolen underwear to linen you don't take cold. Deimel linen mesh is just as warm as wool and a much better pro tection against the changes of climate. Wool next the skin makes it more-and more sensitive. Deimel linen mesh makes it sturdy and vigorous. Once a wearer of Deimel linen mesh, you will never afterwards go back to wool. Sold only by The McDougall & Cassou Go. 32 West Washington Street. liiLlBUD.. If 1 f ') AAKCRS A1EW yRK , ' It : 'JiiV-v'iY-i-iil I - mMm h v. ., . va i v . sin mw 1 THE BENJAMIN "BROADWAY BOX " SPECIALS THIS WEEK: $15.00 Box Coats $12.50. 17.50 Box Coats 15.00. 20.00 Box Coats 22.50 Box Coats 25.00 Box Coats 30.00 Box Coats 17.00. 0.00. 21.0(1. 25.00. ill!" zee: Your Properly. ll May Be the Mext K - r to Burn. Why not start the N:v Year by fully protecting it against fire? Ours ;s t!-e larett fre in surance agency in the territory. We are Sole Agents for Eleven of the Largest and Best Fire Insurance Com panies in the World. Our eighteen years experience in the business assures you of proper caro in case of accident. All losses rcjnstcd and paid i.hroujh our office. H,I.La!liam&Co Rsa! Estate, Insurance, Loans 44 North Center Street. 'Phone Main 220. Valley Produce Go, 17 North Center St. Telephone Red 51. TRY THEFfi. Telephone Red 51. 17 North Center St. IV , m O fjj g r " CO m m CO Valley Produce Go, S5.50 AND $4.50 WALKING SKIRTS. ' We positively must close out this line of goods. We have all the fashionable shades, such as light and Oxford grays andiblacks. You can't make money any faster than ibis. We also want to close out our stock of woolen and flannel Waists, and will sell all the $.'5.00 and $'2.50-values for $1.75, -and all the $1.75 goods for $1.25. !3 STEIN'S MILLINERY. ii For Sale,. Fine 20-acre ranch close in; piovernent.?; water right In canal. good im Maricopa Sixty-acre alfalfa ranch with seven rooin' house, well, winel mill, water ;.ipeel to house, good shaele, etc. A place to go on anel make good living from the start. A snap. within Cood 60-acre alfalfa ranch our miles of town at a bargain Three fine homes on North Center j .street, five, ten and land with each plai-e. twenty acres of; Good 10-acre alfalfa ranch with ! water right in Maricopa canal. Fine 80-acre Improved ranch with water in Maricopa canal, at a bargain. AH kinds of city property for sale. C A C 11 I -I I West ArJams Street I Eastening&Wjjitnsy Undertakers SiS2T!3E3 a in n 33s Embalmers. No. 44 and 46 East Adams st. Phone Main' 29. Lady attendant. i mm r ru;r:w I AjLNlKAL LIVLY.! j BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY. i Call and see. Corner of First and Adams streets. Jforpes for sale. PHOEHiX IfBTIUHAHT.- on l-;ast Washington street, opens toilay, Dei-cinber 1'lth. Everything is j new and clean. Ploase call on us as we are expecting you. Regular meals 0c. ' Short orders at all hours. I J. CONN, Proprietor. GRISVV0LD, the Bicvcle Man Is Arizona agent for the Itacycle, the best and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tire3 and sundries. Host complete repair shop la the city. Nos. 7 and 9 S. First avenue. Underwear ! fiwai-.gBC33!. ".us'&'Xgfc ixjin-mz, Ea-sgaigna jju..g.'!s For the next 30 days I will give 25 per cent discount on heavy winter underwear. Plank, Th Fleming Block. Phoenix, Arizona. MILLS'v ALUMINUM GOLF CLUBS. Endorsed by all the prom inent Gclfers. The only club to use on rubber cored balls. We also have a complete stock of B. G. I and McGreg or clubs. HASKELL AND WIZARD BALLS. norews Is All We AsK for Our SUIT AHD CLOAK HOUSE second and washiboioh sis. TAILORING. fi-'I'-i M'H'ili'l'H"! i ' n't"i"t' i"!1 1' t"!"!"!' PRUNING Saws and Shears . AT TALBOT HUBBARD'S Hardware Store. I ! f it -anna i.B".9.wi.Km Harry ltrilcy We Have Received the Agency for Campbell's Horse Foot Remedy. It is recommended by the Leading Horsemen of the Country BRISLEY DRUG CO. In Hotel Adnms ' FOR 50,000 Pounds of Clean, of Other Grains 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. "vzztzxBmwB CEZX FIBS! We are agents for the Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Company, one of the oldest insurance com panies in existence. Losses -paid to policy holders over Thirty Million Dollars. x J. Ernest WalKer, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, 14-16 S. -Second Ave. Jtfg:ntlf1'W".tKl". I'f'V-J' .mn.i Lmw.jkiu.LW ii 'im.kmiii on imi n ! Underwear ! atter, e on. fa. ..li-I..f '! ! ( C. A. Larson SALE. ! Bright Seed Oats, Clean and Foul Seeds. HNITT, SSES&SSSSEIE N. PORTER, Saddle and Harness Co. 142 East Washingtcn St. For our make of Arizona Styles of . Saddles, Bridles, Bits and Spurs. Prompt at X 4 4 4 J tention to mail orders.