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Till? AIUZOXA KErtTIMiICATf, SUNDAY MORXIXO, JUNE 12, 10O4 ANNUAL- PRE-INVENTORYSALE Bargains iu every department AT DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE. Biff long scallop leadknives, worth ur.p 10c Pint Maon, Jars, per dots 60c Quart Mason jars, per doz 75o Half .i!on Mason jars, per doz... $1.00 Pi it,klf:R glasses with covers to use as jelly glasses, jicr doz 45c Thomas' black ink. worth 1V 5s A few fancy lamps at per cent off. Plain white dinner plates, per set ot silt 50c Another uhiil at Bixby's shoe polish, worth 10c .5s ! Irtfifr.nc ks' Hammocks! Hammocks: Miny fceauties at bargains. A few of our large size Standard Vl'iokleM Blue P'lame Oil Stoves at tfreatly reduced prices, positively none; second hand and this reduction applies only to the larger sizes. 3-bumer Cabinet, worth $20.00. . .$15.40 2-burner Cabinet, worth $15 $12.33 Tents, camping outfits, guns ammunition, hardware, Crocker, stationary, cutlery, silverware, lamps, glassware, kitchen utensils, Moore's Steel Ranges, best bakers ever built in 32 patterns, from $20 to $G7.50. Davidson's CasK Store Telephone Red 363 -:'-v - V- A PLEASED CUSTOMER IS OUR BEST ADVERTISEMENT. Spei tin ic." and i yi-silasst s that lit the face and f t the siht are the kind th.it please. .Are your - t s uncisj " Are thiv to icfiel'.' EASY GLASSES FOR UNEASY EYES.. . ?.!ake th-m comfortable; pat them at tlu-ir ertse. t WEAK PROPER EYEGLASSES. Tl'.t's h'- kM'd'we supply. V.VA5HG.5T. phoenix wm COMFORTABLE FEET Ay f-'et can he made so and k.-j.t f4 by dusting a little Im-J't-ria! 1'oot I'owder in the shoes each nwninij. It irevents fric-tioii- a!orbt excessive perspira tion aii l keeps the feet cool and roivf-jrt.'Me. If your feet itr h, Vju: n fr blister j ist try Imperial Foot I'owder. If you are not satUt-'-tl with it we want to ro tu;i your ni'-ney. Pili-e 2.',e. GOODMAN'S ?ftJCr.lPTION PHARMACY Qor, VsaMngten and Cntr Sta. hotnix, A. T. :' Have you ad "TliB.'Man Behind the Door" tH- r.-v, K.o'k by ,. C. Ounter. Voi t-iili' by THE PHOENIX Stationery & News Co. IM'e. ."'i -e:.t-: seven cents extra fur r'?-t.'ige if sent by mail. ' Alail v'tlerK promp'tly attenUeil to anything in our .line. ' 10 a4 12 W. Washlotvo St, Tf I. Mia 297. 5-- ,-4 Of Local Interest. THE WJCA1HCR Local Dally Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today: Fair cooler. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p: m. yesterday: Temperature Departore Departure Since i'nee r T lt of Month Jan. X, 1904 KAN NORMAL ffi 83 4 13 278 Maximum temperature ICS, minimum trape-aturo C-i. Average relative humidity 10 per cent. Total precipitation, 0. Character of the day: Clear. M. E. BLTSTOXE. Section Director. SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY It is twenty-five years today since Mr. and Mrs. Isaac T. Stoddard united their fortunes at the matrimonial al tar. Mr. ami Mrs. Stoddard v?re m:ir ried in Binghamton. N. Y. Mrs. Stod dad is a daughter of Judge Celora F. Martin cf the New York court of ap peals. During the greater part of their married life Arizona lias been the home cf Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard. WENT TO SACATON. Mr. F. II. Newell, chief engineer of the reclama tion .service and W. H. Code, chief ir rigation engineer of the Indian bureau, went to Sacaton yesterday m rning and it is expected they will return to day. Their visit was to inspect the pumf'ing plant placed under the super vision of Mr. Code a few months ago for the purpose of raising water both for agency and irrigating purposes. By carefully m ting the suc cess of the en terprise in this the dryest yet.r ever, the officials can form a better opinion as to whether or not it will be wise tw enlarge this service. OPENING OF NEW THEATER. The scenery for Manager Ster hai' nv theau-r arrived from New Ycr. yes terday and will ho installed M m lav. The c hairs wore shipped from Chicago June 1 and should arrive in a few day.-. The fut pt rformanc? and preliminary opening and dedication of the n:-v thea ter will take place some tim- this month with a benefit f( r the Fl aenc ; Ci it;f ntm home, when the theater will also receive its name. e!octcd fr m the maiy U tte rs received from all ar:s or Arizona, suggesting a prop.-r n.ime for the new house. Full pat llci.lars re garding th" preliminary opening wiii be given in a few days. NEW MAIL ROUTE PROPOSED !' is altogether likely that a daily m ii service will be cst.blisre 1 b tween her-; and Roosevelt in'lhv fall, or i;st a v. soon as the Koow Vc k Height le ad :s finished. At any rate the p-oject is under c on:-i l : -ratk n by the p.stal au thorities. Tae value and import inc.' of such ;i mail route is ; t aiice ap I'jient. There will b. from th's t nie on n,t less tlian a thousand poisons at rp-river points and pos.-ibly three o four times that many. Mo-t c f t ht i correspondence will bv w'th I'ho-rix. and that going to the ot.d vr!d. with the exertion of southern Arizona, would gain at least one day in time, it would also grcitiy facilitate bu-UffS between the reclamation ofiiee-i he a and the construction force-; abow. is well as do much to develop tho general business between th valley an 1 the back country. SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE. Survevcr General Ingalls has ap li roved the following turveys of mining claims: Mipeial survey Xo. rM fc" th. S'.tp;dcment lode, situated in the War ren mining district. Cochise county, owned bv Martin Costell-i. cf Ti tub stone. Mineral survey Nc I'i.'T fo:- t!:e Emerald. Silver Fell and Flick D.lsy loih-s. situated in the Silver 15-11 mir ing district. Fima county, claim- d b the Imperial Copper ( 'c-iiip- .ny c f Ari zona. He has alsr issu-d mstiue'i ns to William H. Merrltt, T'nite.I Stat'.i deputy n:ineial surv- cr i f Fie.-c utt. I i make an ofTa ial s-urvey-f the St. I.u a. St. Faitl. Denni, Crand nd Yellow Jacket lode mining-claims, situated in the Flick Rock mining district in Y:v apai c ounty. The c laims arc own-cl by the Fncle Sam Copper company, of Angele.--, Cal. I'eter McCiird.ll. o." Kingman, h;is received fr tn Centra! Ingails an apiqlntment . as United States deputy mineral survevcr for the chs'rict of Ariozna. MORMON FLAT ROAD CAMP.-C. II. Utting has been s-!ectc-'l by Engi neer F. C. Hill to organize ;i road con struction camp to begin operations at .Monimn Flat, early this we !. Jac k Whitney an experienced man in grading and construction work as well as in lock work will be associated with Mr. Utting as sub-foreman. They are get ting their men together as fast as pos sible though only a few will be taken at first till the camp is in good work ing cider, after which all the men that Get tHe Habit of sending to us for Litho graph Stock certificate Seals, stock books and Everything for tiie Office Ttiell.H. McNeil Go Thoenix, Ariz. tan be. used to advantage will be tak en. As has tu'e l piev'.ou:-ly statel the greatfst obstacle to ic-'hinj; the work of road building is the exfeine drouth. An Alizonian is not supposed to re quire a great deal of water bat he lias to have a Utile and for miles al ng that rocky tiai! there i none at present, and water for the workmen will have to he packed i:i as work progresses. And cf (ouiFe it can ho transported over the completed pan of the rmd much more easily than over the trail ahead. The road builders are in a pos ition to appreciate better than sointj other people, the little problems that the Russians aie up against at thi." time and some of them vh never thought about it befoie may be led to shed a few sympathetic tea is for the czar. Hoghe's chop -ho'tse. the; cteligat nf ihose that eat good steaks. Remember that famous Iloghe hamburger. Mr and Mrs. 11. F. Poison wish to thank their friends for their kindness dming the ic-cunt illness of their daughter, Ruth. A FATHER'S NEGLECT And Story oT a Letter Tco Late. That Came The following pathetic stor; from a marked copy of the (Mich.) Review of June 7th. taUci published for the reason that it has a feature of local inteiest: Miss I:ia Iluntoon. formerly c lerk iu the postc flic e. died at the home of her mother. Mm. Maty HiT.toon. Saturday afternoon f consumption. Funeral services wern held in the liaptist church ' yesterday after noon. Mi-s Iluntoon. who was l"i years of age last October, applied for the po;l tiir. ill the postorilce because she foit she must leave school and do suiia-ll.ir.g to help he: mother. She lia 1 developed physica'ly to a d -gree unusual fir on-; of her ye, is. and ro the position was given her. she proved a mo t com petent empJeye and when, s on after the holidas. she was forced to I'-tire from the olliee on account of a severe attack of grin, ii was ho-e-d and be- ia-eu sie wojiu sooii Lie Hack ag Miss H into on also believed this 1 ilt-l- tl-.- ",., t..i- l--i, ln , ti.".,- nml ithat she was ho; elesslv si. k and she- ; still looked forward to the ilay when I she could be of service to b. r mot.-n-r 0:1 iv, hom troubles have lot come Mngly. ! A most p:tlietie f--1 n:r-- of tin- case s j 111- attitude of tlu young gi-!'s father, jo.ue pr-omin- i.t ia c hui-ri; ci'cles and j i minted as 01..- of Pol 1 1 ual's m-nt ; c-orsc-ient ions iti-.-:i:. Ve.-:s ago -..' 'deserted h.s family a d n.o'.e.! to Plan- 1 1 i x . Ariz., but the c -hi! !: :i have alway:c I.f-pt track o, l.iii'. Paring her illn Miss Iluntoon loeg.-J f-ir some n--ws -from hhn and o::lv a f e . day. before jshe died she- sp-::t ti:.- gi-eat.-r part of jthe day w.-ithig bim. lb- bu teen j K 1 . t fully informed as to her ! condition but h" l.as i oiit 1 i j liis daut-'hle;- to il;e without , c oming 01 p.ei-. An an- w er to the 1-tter eame y--sl--rday while the go I .was 1 ii.ir. while.;, ml .-til! in her c;i.-:-ji:et. J Kind friends ni-'-ilel no suggestion; ' from those! a mi liar with the conditions ' iti the family and in a few- boars :, j purse had ..-,-mm;.: upwhich is suff icient to take care- of burial experiv jand yesterday the yoiir.g .sufferer wa: laid away t!i a pretty cie.-ni colore.; ! 1 a- shot, while tin- handsomest flow-'io igr-iceil the soiab.'!- s urro u-dings. I Ry reason of her courteous mane's ; in th-; p : to:::. Mi.-s Iluotooo d i.-.t only foiine-; , wide aciiiaiintance, liut all tiie ji.itror.s of the cilici- iPre la . I fri'-nds and all wer e eh-cply s!ioc!;e-l. ! Saturday tiisht. at la-ws oT her untime ly death. THE NORMAL MAGAZINE. 1 !!( Aortnal Magazine, the annual for P04 is ncnv 011 sale at any nev siana m J'hoemv. aic- a piece or 3 for $1.00; 3 for $1.0'): 2 for $1.0. Kasterling & Whitney have moved from Adams and I'irst streets to their new undertaking parlors, 2l' West Washington, fotnerly cc-nductt-il by A. J. Bradley. Tel. Main SI. j--f-M"M' J--5--5--i-j--j--S"-:"t-:-:---j-":' t TRADE TOPICS 1 x i Women and girls who have traen un fortunate and are In need of a hom and friends can And them by c.ddreae Ing Crlttenton Home, Highland .ddl tlon. Phoenix, Arlzor. Strangers in I'hoenix, it will pay you to look up Powd's, the little drug store; with the little prices. Opera house block. TO THE COAST. Commencing Tuesday June 7th and thereafter every Tuesday and f'Jitur day a through Pullman drawing room sleeping car will run from Phoenix to P03 Angeles without change. Only seventeen hours 200 miles the shortest route. M. O. EICKXELL. Agent. Good Morning! Do You Wear DEIMEL LINEN MESH? IF NOT WHY NOT? Sold only in Phoenix by The McDougall & Cassou Co. 11,1; : . s ; 1 A ! CORRECT CLOTHES FOR WHY waste money, time and pa tience, on ordinary ready-mades dnd mediocre merchant tailoring, when you can have, at a reasonable price, ready-for-service apparel, Jcual in Every De tail to Fine Custom Made "ALFRED EENJAM EN" or "EFF EFF" on the label, ia a sufficient guar antee of superior quality, in ail the essent'r.ls of clothes-excellence. Equal to fine custom-made in ail but price. The maker's guarantee, and Portland ours with every garment. We are ex It is re- due iv distributors in this citv. - - - --- -- - j PRICE to i5.oo 0.00. "TOE HUB" Into These jj 1 . Speciall ARGAINS An entire block of 12-50x1372 feet lots within six blocks of Washington and Center streets for 52500 if t3kon at ence. Th:s is like giving them away but they must be sold. 1,CG0 buys a four-room house with frame kitchen, bath screen porch and porch all the way around the house with two 50 ft. lots; nice lavin, shade and city water. The house alone is worth 51300. Investigate. H.!.La!!iaii&Co Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 44 North Center Street. 1 Phone Main 220. BEADS V-.-- . ,Y. 3: , v I Uti I Every color and size under the sun. A great variety of finishing beads. We have added to our stock recently and now have everything that you can pos sibly want. Tine Curio. Cor. Second avenue and Jefferson streets, opposite court house plaza. Your's for good board and line place to sleep, well screened roof atal ponhes. Open throughout the summer. THE NORDBACH 42 S. Second Allen, Prop. ave., Mrs. E. B. GRISWOLO, Th.......... Bicvcle Mas Is Arizona agent for the Recycle, the beet and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires and itundrlea. Most complete repair shop In th city.. No. 7 and 9 S. Tint ateaut. : Look 1 IV A ii H ?1 I! ii n E B. L. ANDREWS S SON. Kodaks. Sporting Goods. Bicycles. Are T YOU w. w K have some new TURD AN S are the swellest things' in the Millinery line that have come out this year. Don't wait until vou get to the Fair for vour hat, but buy at home and buy cheaper. Plenty of time in which large stock to select from. NO CROWDS AND NO STESN'S MILLINSR.Y. N0W Is the time to buy reasonable 1 rice. a fine home at a I HAVE. several good residences with one, two and one-half, three, five or ten acres of well improved land to each place, and some of them are exceptional bar ! gains. ' I BELIEVE ! i! I have the best bargain in the valley ; I on a 40 or 60 acre Improved ranch or ! ' &U to COO acres of unimproved land. j l! YOU CAN 1 11 i W j rot miss it 'f yon purchase any of the i fg above places at the price they can be! q : secured for now. j MONEY n loan on first clas3 real estate secur ity. IT WILL ht i pay you to call on me before purchas- 2 ' Coca f horo 180 acres of good land under Buckeye canal DO acres in cultivation, including 40 inches of water, $.2,100. ! E. A. SMulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite Board of Trade. I M East erling & Whitnsy Undertakers Successors to J A. J. BRADLEY. jj 21G W. Washinnlon St. - Phone Main Z. Lady attendant. II N. PORTER., Sadciio and Harness Go. 142 EAST WASHINGTON. For our make of Arizona Styles cf baddies, Bridles, Bits and Spurs, Prompt attention to mail orders- - 11S ff. Center St. Tel. Main 79. ;Mohn & Dorris, UndertaH.ra and Embalm.r. LADT ATTENDANT. mm f m i 1 Going to the St. millinery for the occasion -if SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE 8KCOND. 81HU8tM STS- TAILORING. H ulcpfri.Y M Authorized Agents for Liquo zone, the Germ Destroyer. BRISLEY DRUGCOMPAITY. ApAl i V ii ' . '.KJSS I if THE STRC STRONGEST SURETY SURETY BONDS. Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Maryland IF YOU WANT A BOND As United States, State County or M unicipal Official; Officer of a Fraternal Society; Employee of a Bank, Corporation, .Mercantile 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, 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. A Chance for a Hustler I A Good Business Chance at Globe, Arizona, for sale at a bargain Lj This is a first-class proposition. See nic about thisatonce J. Ernest W alK-er; R.eal Estate, Loans and Insurance OPPOSITE 1t tft C prnnrl Av rhoae M.in 50 COURTHOUSE, i"10 3. OCCOnQ iVC fHOKMlA. :.. THE VALLEY BANK OP PHOBNIX Capita!, $100,000. JAS. NEWLANDS, JR., PRESIDENT. E. J. BENNITT, VICE PRESIDENT. W. D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER. 71 General banking business Important cities of tho world. fa ! ti id DIRECTORS Jas. Newlands C. Wasson, Jos. S. Fifield, Lloyd Capital, 5100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, S500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Emll Oam, President. 8. Oberfelder, Cashier. Get Ono Of Our MACHINES Just the thing for summer amuse ment. If you own a Victor you can hear grand opera on your lawn during the long summer evenings. Nothing sounds better than a Victor out of doors. $15 to $65 -Sold on installments, only $2 down Call and gst our record excnaDge proposition. a Louis Fair? 1 you 'are. THE NEW to make your choice and a RUSH linniorc? UUU1UI 0) Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers. o TALBOT & HUBBARD'S HARDWARE STORE COMPANY IN THE WORLD Surplus, 625,000. transacted. Exchange Issued on all Jr E. J. Bennitt, J. C. Kirkpatrick, J. B. Christy, Ezra W. Thayer. Sol. Lewi, Vice-President. J. J. Sweeney, Ass'L Cashier. L,Ittlo Home Safes.