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1IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAX, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1904.
The Hat Sale Will Continue Ail Week A chance for anyone wanting a pattern, hat at wholesale price. THE FAIR, 212 E, Washington St. .9 STANDARD IRON WORKS, Phoenix, Ariz. Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Shafting', Pulleys, FounJry and Machina Shop MACHINE WORKS, KUNZ BROS. & MESSENGER. All klnda of Machinery built and repaired. We have a complete outfit of tools for reboring Engine and Pump Cylinders without remov ing them from their foundation. First class work guaranteed. Second hand Machinery always on hand. Telephone Red 823. Cor Second and Adamt St. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Hair Vigor Always restores color to gray hair, always. Makes the hair grow and stops falling hair. A splendid dressing. Lwdf.M?.0;: ! -l t ft t ' V 1- ! ! PERSONAL. ! v ., l ,,. ,t, , .. ,i ,;, ,, ; 4, ,;, j, & ,t. .. Among the passenger livine via. th" S. F. P. & P. this mornim? were: Vr. H. Coughran for ? an Diego: .J. O. Oodar an' wife for Cincinnati; Mrs. S. M. Young, Kd Minor for Chicago: F. T. Morgan, D. W. Farrar for Los Angeles. The following named were? among tin passensrtrs leaving last night via the M. & P. rnilrond: C. H. Parson for D-s Moires; M--s. C. L. Shaw for St. Lort-; George P.obertson fcr Hedlands; A. W. Thorns for Ios Angeles: R. H. Jacksm prA wife for P.ock Island: K. K. Murphv for Columbus, Ga. ; Mrs. George Smith for Lor Angeles. These registering at the Ford hotel yes terday -were: . g. Tfa's J. K. 1'avs, !rass Vallev; James Mc Na-igl" t on , Pasa dena: Robert Ash. Mrs. Liz'e Ash' Hast ings. Nel.; H. H. Stanley, Robert Fu:ton, V- Hrs. L. II. Tecmrsox, Don'i Neglect Yourself. 14C8 8econd Street, Louisvillb, Kt., April 14, 1303. I hre been weak and sickly for the rast four veara, caused by irregularity and carelessness" regarding the laws of health, but about five mo ths ago my conu.tion became very serious. I hud severe backache and sr.itereil acoustant dull pain in my head. I spent weary, painful days, and miserable, restless nights. The doctor told mo that I must have patience. His medicine did not, however, give roe even temporary relief nnd as I had been told of the curative qualities til iuu cr taraui i ciccidea to try it. Director, BEETnOVKX KISICAL S0C1ETI. i tounct that it relieved me of nain. A ir,.nfi-l health improved my other troubles were gradually di- weeks' use of the or cardui I was more a well and faappz WUIUftH. crCve . once L T v-C&er happy y Wine of Canlui rejulatcs the menstrual flow, banishes headaches, backaches ami bearing-down pains. Severe headaches, bearing-dov. n pains, indigestion, loss of appetite and nervousness are symptoms of female weakness and should be given prompt attention. If you are troubled with menstrual irregularities do not let them ruu on. They will certainly grow into dangerous and chronio troubles. Get a bottle of AVino of Cardui and begin treatment at once. All druggist3 sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui. '- . - r- ' Detroit; p:. F. F.lllrnvood, Prescott; V.'. A. Garrett, Sneffels, Colo. Those registering at ihe Hotel A'lams yesterday were: Mrs. Rus:o'l K. Sfed nrin, Prescott: Edward M. Doe. 1' 1 tir stafl; Richard K. Sloan. Prescott; S. Wit kowski, San Francisco: Rohert Pfrrin. Williams; M. Hoveck, Prescott: Gforgp R. Davis, Tucson: Mrs. C. Kricson. Tu.flin; A. IU Watts and wife; M Mundeli, Chi cago; Fletcher M. rcan, Florence; S. W. Thome, Pultnn, Ariz. JJ. M. Forbes ard wife, of New York, are registered i t the Fcrd hotel. Mrs. John Noble and her sen, Wal'er. are returning to thvir home in W.ns'ow but exiwet to be in Phoenix again r.cxt winter ps us'.'al. Governor Drodie returned yesterday morning from a visit to Pre3oott. Major I. M. Christy, territorial auditor, and George F. Truman, citizen member of the board of control, are in Yuma on offi- i ci?.l business. I Shoriff Cook left last night for Agua Caliente to subyoenae witnesses in the Anderson case. Dr. J .. M. Swikjrath returned yesterday from a iirofessional trip to Florence and will leave Monday for a trip to the northern part of the territory. ul Strawberries today, McKee's. NAVAJO BLAMKETS We have the only stock of old style close weave, such as made the great reputation of the Navajo Blanket. When you own one of these you have something that will grow more valu able every year. Navajo Silver Work Bracelets, buckles, buttons and vari ous ornaments of odd designs, all made from Mexican coin silver. The Curio. Corner Second avenue and Jefferson 1 street. Facing Court House square. 1 EXPOSITION DATES. Tickets" at J57.90 round trip to St. Louis Exposition are sold only on cer tain dates. Those for May are the 11th. 12th and l?th. You mu?t go on one of these dates or wait until June, when tickets ate sold 1st, 2nd, 13th, ICth, 22nd and 23rd. Travel win be heavy Make your reservations now. Remember Southern Pacific offers choice of four different routes. Stan dard and, through Tourist sleepers via all lines. Shortest Line Best Service. M. O. EICKXKLL, Agent. Plio-nl:, Arizona. MAY DESTROY BOLL WEEVIL. American - Entomologist Goes to Find Destroying Parasite. Oaxaca, M-. May 6. Dr. L. Q. Howard, chief of the bureau of en tomology of the United States depart ment of agriculture, arrived her' to- You know tea and coffee. Compare. Schilling's Best and the prices. Your grocer's ; moneyback. NOTICE. The tnerry-go-round will start May 5th and will run regularly every Thursday, Saturday, Sun day and Tuesday. All the girls will have one hour free ride from 3 till A', every Saturday. ANTON GOULD Cor. "Washington and Fourth St.. day in search of a parasitic antidote fcr the cotton boll weevil. Frederick Cramer, a German entomologist, claims to have discovered an insect which destroys it. Big ripe strawben ies, McKee's. STOLE $1,200 FROM STATION. Thieves Take Cash From New Jersey Central Depot Early. Vestfield, N. J., May 6. During the brief absence of F. D. Carrigg, night agent here for the New Jersey Central, thieves effected an entrance to th;i tirket office at the station about 1:3U o'clock this morning and got away with nearly 11,200. Of th': amount taken $1,000 repre sented yesterdas's receipts from the sale of May commutation tickets. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR MERCHANTS' COAL CO. READY. Has Searchlight and Will Have Gatling Gun to Guard Its Property. Johnstown, Pa., May 6. The Mer chants' Coal Co. of Boswell, where a strike has been in progress for seme months, last night completed the con struction of a 10,000 candle searchlight, and tomorrow will place a gatling gun with a capacity of 400 shots a minute in a turret near the coal tipple to guard their property and employes from night attacks. The original Hoghe reopens his famous chop house Saturday. May 7. How everybody will rejoice! No strawberry combine, McKee's. Those who have been wearing Selz shoes are xve'.l pleased and satisfied with them. ',Vhen a pair goes wrong we make them good. Hyder Bros. Strawberry sale, McKee's. A CATALOGUE OF THE PRESS A Story of the Leading Journals of England, Ireland and America. R J (By Harry McKay, Phoenix, Arizona). I went over to get some London "News" from "The St. James Gazette." I drank some London "Punch" and was told some London "Truth" by a London "Sportsman" concerning Lon don "Times." I went over to "United Ireland" to hear The Dublin "Free man" read The Cork "News" out of "The Ulster Observer" to "The Irish People." I met The Boston "Pilot." He steamed me over to The New York "World." They "Chronicled" my arrival in "The Evening Journal." I talked over New York "Times" with Dana's "Sun." I told "Our Boys" and "The Young Men of America" of the "Happy Hours" I spent reading "The Family Story Paper" to that old "Fire side Companion" of mine on every "Saturday Night." "Harper's Young Pecple" invited me to visit New York "Weekly." I brought some "Catholic News" from "The Irish World." The Boston "Investigator'' charged me with being a "Christian Advocate." I rais ed "The War Cry" and fought under "The Presbyterian Banner." The Sprirgfield- -' Republican" introduced ft Absolutely Pure 37 IS A MATTER OF HEALTH me to a Baltimore "American." I looked In The Baltimore "Mirror,, saw "The Pittsburg Leader" talking to a Cleveland "Plain-Dealer." I cut the ropes cf The Oil City "Derrick" with a Toledo "Blade." I talked over Phila delphia "Times" with a Philadelphia "German Democrat." I vent from Chicago "Inter-Ocean." I received an "Evening Telegram" stating that The Lincoln "CCrr.moner" got stung by the Omaha "Bee." I was called down by The Concord ''Monitor" for taking a shot at The Brooklyn "Eagle." I met The Indianapolis "Sentinel" ' and Peck's "Sun" on The Torre Haute "Ex press," while on my way to The To peka"Capltal." I looked over The To peka "State Journal," got some "Rocky Mountain News" from a Denver "Re publican," talked over "Denver Times" with the Pueblo "Chieftain." I tied my horse to The Denver "Post," I saw a St. Louis "Globe-Democrat" and a Louisville "Courier" listening to The Nashville "American" reading The Atlanta "Constitution" to "The Scien tific American" on The San Antonio "Express." I received a St. Paul "Dis patch" stating that The St. Paul "Pio neer" was up before Th Minneapolis "Tribune" for insulting "The New Wo man. " I accepted a San Francisco "Call," brou.ht up before "The Exam iner, ' docketed in "The Police Gazette" for giving seme "Police News" to "The Ladies Home Journal." I took The Marysville "Appeal," got on The Win slow "Mail," was thrown oft" by the Tombstone "Prospector." The Santa Fe "New Mexican" gave me The Las Vegas "Reoord" of The Albuquerque "Citizen." I wrote my autograph In The Albuquerque "Journal." I saw The Arizona "Republican" smash The Deming "Head Light." I invested in a Phoenix "Enterprise." The Prescott "Miner" introduced me to "The Youth's Companion" who said he had come to visit "The Land of Sunshine." The Trescott "Courier" presented me with a Flagstaff "Gem." I wen The Glob- "Silver Belt." I "Herald" The News" all over "The Globe." "The Dispatch" always finds me at my "Post. ' I got a clean shave with The Florence "Blade" and my hair cut with The New York "Clipper." b-'.C7 You will alwaj-s find the new things in Hats and Gent's furnishing goods at Plank, the hatter, Fleming block. PLANK, the Hatter FLEMING BLOCK 55 tirta I Ml, are found in ev- ery household. A back is bad when it aches or when its lame and painful. Bad backs come warn you of serious trouble if the kidneys are not re-lieved. n n i m n m am m m m v ft v & n. ft v ft, ft . ft ft v ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft l rax El II nw H I mn m m Mm JB m Mm M m, M m Mm Mm. M mz m Mm, Jin M A 1 Mm, Mm, Mm, Mm M osiev rails mmmmmmmmmmmmmmbmmmm ' i? fcv Xiredl osictis f airs m "IICK2S22 from sick kidneys and Backache may not seem serious to you but it's an early symptomatic indication of dangerous diabetes, of dropsy, of Bright's disease Better cure it when itfs only backache. Doan's Kidney Pills cure every kidney ill. come to those who are forced to overtax them in their daily duties. Ever realize, that it is'nt really the back that's tired but the kidneys ? The kidneys are overworked, become congested and when they "play out" the back will tell you. Healthy people have strong backs. Learn to be healthy through keeping the kidneys active. Doanfs Kidney pills keep the kidneys active, correct and cure infrequent or or excessive urinary discharges, painful urination and all bladder and kidney troubles. Phoenix Proof Century Building. R. D. Keigu.-on, attorney, with ollice in Century Bids.,- Tucson, Ariz., says: "For a number of years I was greatly ar.nojed with kidney complaint. Tacit; was little back'iche. the principal symp toms being too frequent action of the kidney secretions, especially etservabl-; at night. Doan's Kidney Pills wore brought to my attention and one day I called at a ' drug Ktore and got a box. The lir-t day's treatment convinced i:v they were goinr :.o the? root of th trouliie and I continued until I had fin ished four boxes. I ;.m not prepared to fay that I am permanently cued. I ut this is iiii undoubted fact. Down's Kid ney Tills are the best remedy I ever urtd. They give immediate relief, u:v pleasant to take, leave no bad effects and act directly upon the 'kidneys. I am pleased' to recommend them to my f:icnd:; and the public generally South First Ave. J. A. Taylor, foreman of The Repub lican pr!nting oflice, living at S04 South First Ave., says: "I was subject to kidney com-oiaint for six or seven yeais. Every time I contracted a cold it settled in my kidneys and the aching was much more pronounced. When the snells were at their worst I could neither sit. Ktand nor lie with any comfort and had to keen constantly changing position for the meager as sistance this makeshift gave. When t-tanding :!! day at the desk the l.ini" ard aching back was a very uneiiviaidir companion, and when suffering wi:i; rather an acute attack I noticed an ad vertisement about Doan's Kidney Pills and wont to tho Brislcy Drug Co.'s ttoro for a boy. Now, if it had not brought about the results promised I positively aver I never would have bought a second, and if the second had not stopped the last attack I would be the last resident of Phoenix to publicly indorse the preparation." A TRIAL FREE This coupon good for one free trial box of Doan's Kidney Pills. Write plainly name and address. Send to Foster-Milburn Co , Buffalo N. Y., and a free trial will be sent you promptly. FREE TO READERS OF THE PHOENIX REPUBLICAN. V V V w w m:mmim& . Name Street end No. ! X Place X State X ' -l -H .. ! .! .1. ! ! ! .1. ...l.i .n. 'H- ! ! ! "M"M"-M 8T North Seventh Avenue. L. S. Dunbar, proprietor of the fru't and cigar store, 33 North First avenu- residence D7G North Seventh avenue, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills are riot a new remedy to me. We first used them in our family several years ago when living in Marietta, Ohio, where they are considered a household necessity. They are the finest remedy for backache or any symptoms of irritated or weakened kidneys en the market. Shoitly afcer moving here some three years ago symptoms of a recurrence of kidney trouble in our family became evident, and we tried to get Doan's Kidney fills at severr! dr"g stores. They knew nothing about them and we sent to our druggist, Mr. Styer of Marietta or a supply. Noticing them advertised In Phoenix last winter when we required them we procured them at the Brisley Drug Co.'s store. They are a necessity in our household particularly so when compelled to drink the water in Phoe nix. On every occasion when their us is required they have never failed to bring prompt relief." Proof South Center Mrs. W. Jones, South Center, edge of town, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills, ( procured at the Brisley Drug Co.'s store, corner of Center and Adams streets, do all that is claimed for them. I suffered more or less with kid ney trouble for the past ten years and when in the throes of an at tack last winter I happened to read an advertisement about Doan's Kidney Tills which in duced me to take a course of the treatment. From the beneficial results I received I cheerfully testify to their value and effect- riw l"- i""-111 ,.i.w....... . u J"" 9 h ft g n oring prompt renei. ivencss.