TUB ARIZONA UTAVr.TACAX, SATURDAY MORXIXG, MAY 7, 11)04
McfiJaj, May 2, for 2 weeks
Y v...) t-r-'l li. shy's fchoe blaik
i: ...!iu Ice i-r ijui from ooean to
u in f'r 5r i'-r box
AT DAVIDSONS CASH STORE.
1 la n.ii.oi ks. H.niiir,o ks A big lln3
f Udutirn jit liaiieiiin prices.
't: .J. r i' r- rt-:.in frt-ezi s, tjuick
J ; i fr . hjvcrs. Try on.
DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE.
Palm Leaf Fans Frde
Davidson's Gash Store.
.! (UJ o chow goods at David
' Cash store.
Itwuritiicr gasoline stoves absolutely
. fr mm 111.00 to $32.50
AT DAVIOSON'S CASH STORE.
t' U au1 see the Drowning Automatic
1 . (rur. It's a. mechanical wonder In
;ii li ity. rapidity and execution.
Htatxtarti y'U kless Ulue. Flame Oil
tr, ai)Jutely safe. Wool, klean and
V"vritm.t from I5.S5 to Jl'O.OO.
M-e nr sir.ale barrel shot guns at
H i tU-t month.
. Th rvew ?ltro Single Barrel shot
Hardware, cutlery, stationary, china
Telephone Red 363
ur obje t in giving these eye t!ks
n to acfjunint you with the prin-lj-:il
vc defects, their cause and the
-t!-t h-' may have on vis-ion and the
l'f.T;l l all h.
!n ;.J-nt illy, however, we hive hoped
tt iftT'Pt you in our kind of opt'eal
v-nrk anil no induce you to come in to
ua hm you have any ej-e trou-
V- are sure that if you come in we
run convirwe you that we understand
mC IruxlTKHn. but if we can't do fo, and
five you flit ire satisfaction, we don't
v ;inl oi cent of your money. WK'IA
:VT KK SATISFIED TILL, YOU'RE
A Staying Trade.
In the drug business, more
than in any other, success de
pends on public confidence. The
fsreer of a store depends not so
muck on the occasional customer
on those whose continuous
trade it Holds. It must hold
hm by meriting and securing
roitflrieuce. Our trade has grown
steadily since we began business
fcer. It has grown because
customers have come once
tmnm again, sent their friends,
4 nil pave stayed. They have
tttj'f't tecmise they are careful
in their Crug buying; they
-filt the best goods at Just
1'iirM, and they have never had
raron to go elsewhere.
Washington nd Center Sts.
Phoenix, A. T.
Framed Picture Sale closes on
May lltli. Only a few days
more in which to get fine pic
tures at Bargain Prices.
PhoenlxStalionsry & News Co.
14 at ft W. Wasblns'ton St.
Of Loca! '
Local Dally Weather Report for The
Forecast for today: Fair
Data for 24 hours ending S p. m. yesterday:
Temperature Departure Departure
Bin re since
1st of Month Jan. 1, 1904
76 72 12 1C9
JInximum temperature minimum
tempera t ui e 5.
Average relative humidity IS per
Total precipitation. 0.
Character of the day Clear.
M. E. BLYSTOXE,
A NEW NOTARY A notarial com
mission was issued yeftcrday to II. M.
Chapman of Noarales.
AT HOME MAY 16TH. Jlr. and
Xlrp. W'm. Tyson who were recently
married, will be at hon'ie at 1343 East
Monroe street, after May 16th.
THE CRAZY OF COCH ISE Deputy
Sheriff Porter M'Dcnald of Cochise
county ariived in town yesterday
morning- with an insane woman who
had been con;milted to the insane asy
lum. A SUMMER'S VISIT. Mrs. J. Hi I
gen and daughters Grace and Lulu and
master Herbert Ililgen left last night
via the S. P. cn an extended visit to
Santa Rosa, Calif., stopping on their
way at Los Angelees and San Francis
EC to visit friends.
EAST VIA THE WEST. Mrs.
Stephen AV. 'Williams of Princeton.
Minn., and Miss F.lair of She'-idm,
AYis., left Thursday morning for ther
eastern homes traveling via Los An
geles, San Francisco ami Seattle.
RELIEF CORPS MEETING. The
regular meeting of J. W. Owen Relief
corps will be held at Padgets hall at
3 o'clock this afternoon. A full at
tendance is requested as business of
importance will come before the corps.
NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles .f
the following corporations were filed
in the office of the county recorder yes
terday: orton Oil and Gas company,
capital stock, J1.0O0.00O. incorporators
E. S. Davidson and X. L. Johnson;
The Ohio and Tennessee Mining and
Milling company, capita! stock, $ii 0.
000, incorporators G. O. C'.ymer, T. C.
Ilewell and J. V. Elter.
SPENT THE DAY HERE. Dr. J.
McXaughton of Pasadena spent yes
terday in Phoenix. returning this
morning to Wickenburg where he has
been for seme weeks with his son
James in the operation of a cyanide
plant on one of the old Vulture ore
dumps. He was here yesterday on
business connected with that enter
prise and expects to return to Pasa
dena in a few davs.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Coiner of
Fifth avenue and Monroe street. Rev.
V. H. Eagby, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:4.") a. m.. Christian Endeavor at 0
p. m.. preach'ng at 11 a. m.ar.d S p. m.
Morning subject. "Pure and Vndefled
Religion"; evening, "Perils of the Old
Ship of Zion." Mrs. Tiffany and Mr.
Daggett will sing a duet in the even
ing. The public is cordially invited.
DEATH OF MRS. BORDON E. Mrs.
Genevieve H. Rordone, wife of Prosper
Rr.rdone, proprietor of the Cottage
Hotel, died at 'I o'clock yesterday
morning of consumption. Mrs. Ror
done was forty six years of age and a
native of France. She had lived in this
country and in Phoenix for several
years. The funeral will take place this
morning at half past 9 o'clock from her
NEW STREET NUM3ERS. A citi
zen again calls attention to a matter
that the new city council can distin
guish itself by taking action upon. It
is that of correctly numbering the
houses of the city, of -which enterprise
so much has been previously said. The
preliminaries have been accomplished
by the preparing of plats by the city
engineer from which the right num
bers may be secured and all that is
necessary is to devise some scheme for
making property owners do their duty
in the matter.
CAUGHT AT IT. A policeman while
reconnoitering along the Salt River
Valley Yalu in the northern part of
the city yesterday forenoon, surprised
and captured the outposts of a large
body of school children under th
cemmand of General Getawayski From
Workski. They admitted that they
were on a hookey expedition but claim
ed to have sealed orders from their
parents that justified them. There
were no casualties and the prisoner.-,
were paroled by the policeman on con
dition that they recross the Yalu and
hike for the schotl house.
SCHOOLS WELL FIXED. County
School Superintendent Fulton yesterday
For Cash or on Time.
Tlie II. II, McNeil Co
The Finest, Largest, and Best
line of Hammochs ever
shown in Arizona,
Cor. Urst and
Don't overlook those $1.50
copyright books we are
now selling for 7"c.
made a final apportionment of the
school funds of the county. The fund
now Mr. Fulton says i3 in the best con
dition it has been in for three years.
The amount apportioned has been 101
percent of that ret' aside for school
purposes by the board of supervisors.
This extraordinary circumstance was
made pcssible by the unusual amount
of money thru was received from the
territory for school purposes. A con
siderable part of this money came from
the receipts fiom insurance companies
which amounted for the year to a lit
tie more than $20,000. The whole
amount apportioned yssterday was
$13,So0 of which $3,313 goes to school
district Xo. 1. All this money will be
available today. Xot a district in the
county is hard up now. All claims may
be paid and all the schools may be held
for the full time. But the Phoenix high
school district may rot participate in
this happy condition of affairs.
IT WAS EXPLAINED AWAY. On
Thursday afternoon Nicholas Tork was
arrested on the complain, of a. woman
by the name cf Jesus Ortiz charging
him with assault and battery. The
case as she told it i-eemvd to be an ag
gravated one. As Tork told it in court
yesterday morning and his relation
was supported by all who were pres
ent at the time, it seemed to be an en
tirely different thing. He said that
about five days ago he was lying on a
cot half asleep when the Oi tiz woman
came along and removed a ring from
his finger. She refused to give it back
to him then and at al! other times and
he had ceased to ask hrr for it. Or.
the day of the alleged assault she was
at the house of a woman in the neigh
borhood aad srt word to Tork to come
there and get the ring. On his arrival
at the house the woman tid him that
her finger had so swollen that she
could net remove the ring. He told her
it might be done by first soaking i.or
hand in soap suds which he prepared.
She refused to put h-r ha mid Into the
soapy mixture and Tork tried to do
it for her. Then she tried to bite him
and he seized her by the hair and drew
her head back. That he Faid was all
there was of the assault and the wit
nesses of whom there were threi or
four said they thought at the tin e ;n l
for some time afterward that it was
enly a friencly scuffle. Tork was dis
charged. This is one of tru- few occa
sions in which any of the Tork have
ever been exonerated.
The Stir. Hi "Wah company yesterday
bo-ight the stock of merchandi-e of
Qung Wah Chung, at the corner of
Firt and Madison street and b?aii
movins into the quarters vacated by
TRADE TOPICS J
The shrewdest buyers in Phoenix
patronize Dowd's drug, store, Opera
Hair! Combs! Pompadors, Switches,
Latest stylen, Hairdressing, Manicur
ing:. Mrs. Aylwin's Parlors, U S. Cen
Women and girls who have been un
fortunate and are In need of & home
and friends can find them by address
ing: Crittenton Home, Highland addi
tion, Phoenl Arlzo.
REDUCED RATES TO ST. LOUIS
Via the Texas and Pacific railway, the
short line to the World's Fair. For
full information call on M. O. Bick
nell, G. P. & T. A.. M. & P. railway,
Phoenix, or write J. I). Connelly, Oenl.
Agt., or T. F. Fitzgerald, Dist. Pas3.
Agt., or J. F. Fitzgerald, Dist. Pass.
The students of ttie Indian school
will shortly give ;:n entertainment.
Bring your, preset iptions to Dowd
drug store, Opera house block.
There are many people in
Phoenix who would like to
wear the Deimel Linen Mesh
Underwear, but who are
afraid to make the change
from wool during the winter.
Now is the time for such
people to begin.. Make the
change now. You will never
regret it. Those , who have
tried it say they will never
wear wool underwear again.
Sold only by
The McDougall & Cassou Go.
12 W. Washington trtt
MAKERS O fHXf7sY"
Correct CMj7cs or
Our Cuting Suits afo all made from
light weight fabrics and finished :rt
the lightest possible manner which will
insure durability and leave foundation
on which to keep our shape retaining,
Our coats are made 'in half or quar-
ter length in siik. The trousers of
top design ar. 1 all are provided wit;-,
belt loops. They may be had with or
without cuff bottoms. Our famous
EFF-EFF and ALFRED BENJA-
M IN Outing Suits, ?10.C3 to. $23.00.
O her styles SPRING AND SUMMER,
$15.00 and $30.00.
WHEELS RENTED AND REPAIRED.
B I CYCLES
The Pliosnix Cycle Go.,
Phone Red 524.
Half BlocK West of the Adams.
FifleW & Gallagher
Isttmatev Furn?hed Room II 13-1
O'Neill Haiidiuj p. o. Box iTi
Geo. H. Galls her.
tl a w w rn
I am mm I npep p.
mp entire Clock ot !2-SCx137
feet lots within six blocks of
Washington and Center streets
for $2f.0O if taken at once. This
is like giving tlicm away bift W
they must be sold
$1,CC0 buys a f(jur-room houco
with frame kitchen, bath screen
t-j porcn ana porcn au the vay
around the house with two 50-
R ft. lots; nice lawn, shade and Cj
li worth K0Q. Investigate.
i Rss! Estate, Insurance, Leans.
F norm ueaier otreci. f j
j 'Phone Ilain 220. 'a
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
tli cltj. Ncs. 7 ana ? S. Firat a-Yenus.
'JJiS v r2j: NT. 'r.CiVVA Li,
v-iy;. v).iJ,fl-. ,S.-;r-iJi
D A Tia A I-
We will exchange any old Victor records, no matter how badly worn, that are
not cracked or broken, for the equivalent amount of new Victor records, including the
latest selections, provided you buy at the time twice the amount pf the records you
return. " . !
You Return Two, Receive S?x; Pay For Four. ;
Records must be returned prepaid. from all charges. Exchange applies only to
records labeled "Victor Talking Machine Co." All records received on this plan will
be returned by us to the Victor Company on the same terms and will then be destroyed.
Send for record list.
E. lw. ANDREWS & SON.
Kodaks. Sporting Goods. Bicycles.
One third off on all hats. No old
pretty, new and nobby. Those that
come early and secure first choice.
Is the time to br.y a fine homi at a
several good residences with one. two
! and one-half, three, live or ten acrs
of well improved land to each place,
and some of them are exceptional bar-
I gams. ,
- t v r trirr
i have the best bargain in the valley
on a 40 or 60 acre improved ranch or
SO to 600 acres of unimproved land.
not'misS it if you purchase any of the
above places at the price they can be I
secured for now. j
to loan on first class real estate secur
ity. IT VILL
pay you to call on me before purchas
160 acres of good land under Buckeye
caretl ."0 acres in cultivation, including
4i) inches of water, $2,400.
41 West Adams Street
Opposite Board of Trade.
East erlins & Whitney
No. 44 and 46 East Adams st.
Phone Main 29.
Lift fi u.LZj-:r-..-.L -if '.'aL-wpyjfpa
Saddle eiiil Harness Co.
142 EAST WASHINGTON.
For our make of Arizona Styles , of
Saddles, Bridles, Bits and Spurs.
Prompt attention to mail orders.
118 N. Center St.
Tel. Main 791.
Mohfl & Dorris,
Undertaker and Embalmers.
1 TT i
B I -
SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
SECOND AND WASHINGTON STS.
i i v
o o a
BREAD MAKER awn RAIStR.
M V.'itl !:orou3hy Mix Thr".tr
TALBOT and HUBBARD.
Harry BrUley C. A.. Larson
We Have Secured the Agency for
Campbell's Horse Foot Remedy.
It is recommended by the Leading
Horsemen of the Country
Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Maryland
IF YOU WANT A BOND
As United States, State County
Fraternal Snitvf rmnlnwita
, . . (J . y . v, a wai.ir vui fiui diiun. rivicrcaniHo estab
lishment, Executor, Trustee, Guardian, Administrator, Receiver, As
signee, in Replevin, Appeal or Attachment Cases; as Contractor, or for
any other purpose. We will furnish it.
E. J. BENNITT,
U 16 NORTH CENTER STREET.
A Hne 7-room brick house on North First street, with all modern
improvements, porcelain bath tub, ami wash stands, electric lightd,
phone, 'hot and cold water connections, lawn, shade, and all neces
sary outbuildings. ' ,
Only $20.00 per Month.
J.' 'Erne st
Real Estate and Loans,
couiT:ao"sE. 14-10 S. Second Ave. pboenix.
THE VALLEY' BANK
' OR PHOENIX
Capita!, 5100,000. SurpSus, 525,000.
JAS. NEWLANDS, JR., PRESIDENT.
E. J. BENNITT, VICE PRESIDENT.
W. D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.
LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER.
General banking business transacted. Exchange Issued on all
Important cities of the -world. -
DIRECTORS Jas. Newlands Jr., E. J. Bennitt, J. C. Kirkpatrick.
C. Wasson, Jos. S. Fifield, Lloyd B. Christy, Ezra W. Thayer.
i-miav.r-u-in -T- j..ia .urn. .
Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment
The National Bank of Arizona.
Fmll Rftltx. PrKir1fnt.
S. Oberlelder, Cashier.
Oct One of Our
stock. Ail fresh
want new hats
Mfrfftnc Without puttinc hands
CASY TO CLEAN.
uumriiT I in inc. WUI1LJ,
or Municipal Official; Officer of a tj
Dnl, . - r- . 9
Vn ,r,t,- ' -' ' H, 1IIMBHIL
to All. We Solicit Your Panting Business.
Pol. Lewis, Vlce-Prel1eBt.
J. J. Sweeney, Asg't Caahler.
Little Homo Safes.
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