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THE ARIZONA KEPU15LTCAX, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1904
G GLASSES This Month Set of 6. NOT OV6R NE DOZEN TO ANY ONE CUSTOMER. Masons J.-jfa pintA.... . .$ .45.doz Mason J, qwrt $ 75 doi Mason Jars, fcalf gallon $1.00 doz A! Davidson's Cash Store. The Good old Summer Time Call fraf stoves that make It kool ami a.y fur tfc housekeeper. STANDARD WICKLESS BLUE .FLAME OIL STOVES. Keep ifca, Kitf hvti Kooler. absolutely Bafe, Ce.t o nmr for fuel than fi wo4 . lBr Ktmmen Koal Oi'. 2 Barker JFanlw... .. , $ 9.3-3 3 Uu-irwf jHHinr $13.50 2 Bumef regular.,. $12.00 3 Burtnef llogular.,... $15.00 2 Burrvwr Cabinet, facial Bale, wort 8U.W...'.". $12.33 3 Burnr Caki. ivottta 12.00... $15.43 W Jj fcavt& Itv&iarance Gasoline Stoves 5'stHt'?ly aaf frem $11.00 to $32,55 HamKU! . Hammo'C&s! Hammocks! son s Store Telephone Red )63 'i"fc. v yffvv WASH G.ST. ARIZONA'S S&7 ADTtfM AM PHOENIX COMFORTABLE FEET Any feet can be made so and kept so by dusting a little Im perial Foot Powder In the shoes each morning. It prevents fric tion, absorbs excessive perspira tion and keeps the feet cool and comfortable. If your feet Itch, burn or blister Just try Imperial Foot Powder. If you are not satisfied with it we want to re turn your money. Price 23c. GOODMAN'S PRE8CRI PTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington and Center Sts. ( f hoe nix, A. T. Have ye-a psad "The Man Behind the Door" the new book by A. C. Gunter. Fo tale by THE PHOENIX Stalionery & News Co. Price, 50 cents; seven cents extra for postage If sent by mall. Mall orders promptly attended to for anything In our line. 10 and 12 W. Washington St. Tsl. Mala 297. David I f- N Any I itmpm I Question ' J About f Yons I m I . Qv your jf I d lasses J I Anrwer f It for I 4 - You. J f EXAMINATION FREE, I Of Local Interest. THE WEATHER. Local Dally Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure Since alnce 1 lit of Month Jul J. 1904 MIAN ROkMAL 89 84 H 54 -f 319 Maximum temperature, 105; mini mum temperature, 73. Average relative humidity, 2 per Total precipitation, 0. Character of the day Partly cloudy. M. E. BLYSTONE, Section Director. GONE TO TUCSON Superintend ent M. O. Bicknell left last night for Tucson on a business trip. A HnOVISION tOR COMFORT There are two large ventilators in the new F.aptist Sunday sthaol and Rev. George II. Brewer will preach a Fhort sermon on Sunday evening. BAPTIST CHURCH Third avenue and Mortice street. Lewis Halsey. D. P., pastor. Public worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Bible school at 9:45 a. m.; B. T. P. U. 7 p. rn. The pastor wi): preach In the morning. Rev. George H. HrpU'Pr will nrenph In li oon ' r a- tYta Special Sunday school service bing'reer Creek and Money Flat Hydraulic postponed one week. All cordially wel comed. DEATH OF B. K. JAMISON News has been received in the city of the death of B. K. Jamison of Philadelphia who spent a part of the winter here a year ago. He was a member of the Philadelphia stuck exchange and dur ing his residence here kept a brokerage office in the Hotel Adams. His father years ago was one of the foremost res idents of Philadelphia and was prom inent In the politics of Ponnyslvania. KILLED BY TRAIN A white man aged about thirty-five years, was kille l and surgery in the city of Lot by an eastbound freight train Monday 'Angeles, with offices In the Billiard morning about 100 yards from the wert (block until July 1st. and In the Hell end of the railroad bridge on the Cil- .man building, at the corner of Fourth iforr.ia side, says the Yuma Sentnel. The body was unidentified. He was supposed to be a miner. He had light hair, and wore a pair of checked tious ers under overall?, and a hat with nu merous blotches of paint on it. Th body was cut In two, but not otherwise mangled, though shreds of his cloth ing were strung along the track for some distance. NO EXTRA CHARGE There will be no Extra charge for the use of op3ra glasses at the baseball game at East- lnke park tomorrow atternoon, tut t)on of tne city adjacent to principal they will not be furnished by the man-c.ir ne9 fully furnished and con agement. The management agraes U ; tains aH m0(ern conveniences Includ furnlsh eighteen all star players and a eltcricitv. telei.hone. bath. free grandstand, which ia surely liberal. Those who have no opera glasses are advised to wear smoked glas?e3, f.r there is to be more brilliancy in evi dence than is often seen at a Phoe nix ball game. Farmer Walden's straw hat with the red tiimmings wi'l alon? be worth the price of admission. FOR COOKING CARP Since catfish have become so plentiful in Silt river, the catching of carp docs not veera to be as popular as it once was, and in order that this grand sport npy not become entirely obsele-te, Billy Mlt:n. who has an almost natlona.1 reputation in the cooking of fish, submits the fal lowing recipe for preparing and 'cook ing carp: Thoroughly clean the carp and allow it to hang in the sun fo." two days, then take It dawn and nail it on a clean board, after which allow it to hang up" f jr two days longer; th?n put it in the oven and bake slowly fo. six hours; remove from the oven, draw out the naids. throw the fish away, and eat the board and the nails. These ari said to be the best part of th2 fish. Toney. Gladys Toney and Charles Ton-. ey, and Dr. Toney's aged moth?r took It special lur diaric;oiu ui iiujii iui; day. The Misses Alliaon and Wallace joined them at Tempe and a".l go tJ the world's fair at St. ILouis. The r purposo In leaving on a special wa.s to catch one of the Rock Island trains on which they had reserved the diawing room. They expect to Imj gone about three months. Dr. Toney :nas a brother and many relatives In St. Louis from which city bis moth.T came two tr three years ago, and where she will bj ct home. Mrs. Toney will visit her relatives in Illinois also. Dr. Toni3y will join his family in St. Louis later in the summer. THE OTERO ESTATE Application was made in probate court yesterday by Arthur M. Otero; one of the heirs of the estate for the appointment of a commission fcr a final d.stribution of the estate, the heirs having been una ble to agree among themselves as to an equitable plan of distribution. The estate was worth about $40,000. Ac cording to the will the widow was td Get the of sending to us for Litho graph Stock certificate Seals, stock books and Everything for the Office The H.H. McNeil Go Phoenix, Ariz. A Wheel Which Bears the Name of PIERCE la a guarantee of pood workmanship Come In Phoenix Oycle Co. 22 West Adams Street. receive half of it less a share In the cattle belonging to the estate and each1 of the eight children was to receive o.ie sixteenth. All these shares were un- diivded and that la what eaust'd the trouble. Two of the sons failed to agree with the third who was the adminis trator. There was a distribution of a part of the personal property but the remainder of the estate was held In the undivided shares. NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of the following corporations were filed In the office of the county recorder yes terday: Oneida Oil and Ga company. capital stock, $1,000,000, Incorporators G. B. Hudson, J. A. Hudson, i. R. Frost and ethers: Glorloso Gold and Copper Mining company capital stock, $1.(00,000, incorporators, L. J. Court, B. J. Weiderkehr and J. B. Bruehlman; Bon Ton Oil and Gas company, capital stock. $l,0O0,0C0, incorporatcrs W. C. Gunn, S. M. Land and G. A. Krundige; State' Banking and Safe Deposit com pany, amendment as to the nature of the business; Kansas City Osage Crude Oil company, capital stock. $200,000, in corporators G. B. Gray, D. Thornton, 1 J. W. Wcods and others; Blue Gravel Gold Mining company, capital stock $3,500,000, incorporators C. H. Hill. W. Barry, John Mullen and others; Moa Mining company, capital stock, $l.p00. C00. incorporatcrs C. E. Abbey. William Pitt and W. G. Reese. There were al so filed the articles of incorporation of the Arizona Conference of the Seventh Day Adventists. Elder A. J. Howard Is the sole incorporator. o Dr. "Win Wylle, formerly of Phoenix, has associated himself with Dr. De Barth Shorb in the practice of medt- and bprmg, tnereaner. Now Is the time to have your piano tuned and regulated for the summer. S. W. Hamilton Professional Tuner. Orders left at Red well's or Fountain music store will receive his prompt at tention. AN ELEGANT HOME. In Los Angeles, will be rented fur nished from July 15 or August 1. for two months to desirable parties. Thi'J nouse i3 located In a fine residence por- piano etc. 8 e0od-siz.-d rooms. Can te had for $-0 ,,er month. Address P. P nrim.tn rro of r.h.kp. Mofiitt Towne, Los Angeles, Cal. Hoghe's chop house, the delight of those that eat good steaks. Remember that famous Hoghe hamburger. Easterling & Whitney have moved from Adams and First streets to their new undertaking parlors, 2K West Washington, formerly conducted by A. J. Bradley. Tel. Main 84. TRADE TOPICS Beginning Tuesday June 21st an: every Tuepday thereafter, until further advised, the Maricopa & Phoenix will run a special theatro train leaving Mesa 6:45 p. m. Mill street, Tempe. 7:03 p. m. arriving at the park 7:20 p. m.. First avenue. 7:23 p. m. Train will return, leaving First avenue sta- ... . t but not later than n.4. pac,flc tImp; Fare for thr round trip will be 50 cents from Mesa and 33 cents from Tempe. M. O. BICKNELL, Superintendent. Women and girls who have been un fortunate and are In need of a home and friends can find them by address ing Crlttenton Home, Highland addi tion. Phoenix, Arlzor. Strangers in Phoenix, It will pay you to look up Dowd's, the little drug store with the little prices. Opera house block. TO THE COAST. Commencing Tuesday June 7th and thereafter every Tuesday and Satur day a through Pullman drawing room sleeping car will run from Phoenix to Los Angeles without change. Only seventeen hours 200 miles the shortest route. M. O. BICKNELL. Agent. Good Morning! Do You Wear DEIMEL LINEN MESH? IF NOT WHY NOT? Sold only in Phoenix by The McDougall & Cassou Co. TYLISH H APE-RETAINING ER VICE ABLE . UMMER UITS Bearing this famoai label IfiSdgenjamins r MAKERS viEyRK Correct C&thes far fikn C, mm .1 r-- Stylish, because designed by New Yor't nn.'. T.ond'n style authorities. Shape retaining, because the coat-fronts are protected by hair-cloth and canvas thoroughly shrunk and shaped by hand. Servlrenble, because hand-tailored from double-shrunk foreign and American homespuns, serges, worsteds, and flan nels by the cleverest craftsmen in New Y.-rk City. Summer Suits (single and double breasted: quarter lined with silk or mohr.Ir). M0 to $2.". Guaranteed by us and the makers. For snl exclusively In this city at this stor "THE HUB AEM T Before Leaving Ou your Summer va cation you had better take out an Accident Policy, 1 We write them FOR MEN AND WOMEN. Drop in our office and we will give you rates and full infor mation. H.I. Latham & Co Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 14 North Center Street. 'Phone Main 220. BEADS hi; 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. TKe Curio. Cor. Second avenue and ' Jefferson streets, opposite court house plaza. GRISW0LD, The.1. Bicvcle Mae Is Arizona agent for the Recycle, the best and easiest, riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tirea and undrlea Most complete repair shop In the aitjr. No. 7 and 8. First areaue. 1 I V'SS: mill ftrvtt;r3? l&KmT!tU0im is V'T-; '-: X E. ANDREWS fi'SON. Kodaks. Sporting Goods. Bicycles. n Are You Going to the St TVTB have some new millinery for the occasion if you "are. THE NEW W TURBANS are the' Swellest things in the Millinery line that have come out this year. Don't wait until you get to the Fair for your hat, but buy at home and buy cheaper. Plenty of time in which to make your choice and a large stock to select from. . NO CROWDS AND NO RUSH STEIN'S MILLINERY. N0W Is the time to buy a Cne home at a reasonable price. I HAVE several good residences with one, two and on-half, three, five or ten acres of well improved land to each place, and some of them are exceptional bar gains. I BELIEVE I hav the best bargain In the valley on a 40 or 60 acre improved ranch or 80 to COO acres of unimproved land. YOU CAN not miss It If you purchase any of the above places at the price they can be Becured for now. MONEY first class real ea to loan on first class real estate secur ity. IT WILL pay you to call on me before purchas ing elsewhere. 160 acres of good land under Buckeye canal 5') acres In cultivation. Including 40 Inches of water, $2,400. E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite Board of Trade. Easterling & Whitney Undertakers Successors to A. J. BRADLEY. 216 W. Washington St. Phone Main 84. Lady attendant. N. PORTER, Saddle and Harness Co. 142 EAST WASHINGTON. For our make of Arizona Styles of Saddle, Bridles, Bits and Spurs. Prompt attention to mail orders- US If. Center St. Tel. Mala 79. Molin & Dorris, TadertaKera and Embalmara. LAST ATTENDANT. SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE SIOOHD AND WASHINGTON 8TS. fhone 8881. "REGULAR" ' PI' m M f Mi ft . . ' NT! WITHOUT BARBS. DE KALB FIELD FENCE FOR HORSES, AND HOGS. Come and see it at TALBOT (SL HUBBARD'S Authorized Agents for Liquo zone, the Germ Destroyer. BRISLEY DRUG COMPANY. 1? FOR, Five room frame dwelling with bath, newly painted and papered and In good repair, with two lots, each 50x130. Plenty of shade. On car line. Has had no sick tenants. Price $1150. Terms: $600 cash, bal ance to suit at 8 per cent. This place cost $2200. Also 5 lots in Phoenix Additio $1600 cash. These are offered at a sacrifice, being worth $600 each. E. J. BENNITT, 10 JNUKill UiNTiK STREET. A Chance for a Hustler - A Good Business Chance at Globe, Arizona, for sale at a bargain This is a first-class proposition. See me about thisatonce J . Ernest Real Eatate, Loans and Insurance cotse. 14-16 S. i ' ' i" ..i n i ;vt "-rt I, THE VALLEY BANK OF Capital, $100,000. JA8. NEVLANDS, 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. .- t DIRECTORS Jaa. Newlands Jr., E. J. Bennitt, J. C. Kirkpatrick, J.' C. Wasson, Jos. S. Fifield, Lloyd B. Christy, Ezra W. Thayer. 0 Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, $500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Tour Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Kmll Gam, President. -8. Oberfelder, Cashier. Got One of Our VICTOR Talking MACHINES Just5 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 ad get our record exchange proposition. Louis Fair? TAILORING. HOG FENCE. Pat. Oct. io. 1893. I 1 1 WITH BARBS, a SALE Walker Second Ave. Hi"" iZmtm 1 'i'Tnaiiaxi Fbene Mala 5 FHOBNIX Surplus, $25,000. IU Bob Lewla, Vlce-lreaident J. J. Sweeney, Aaa'U Caahler. L.Ittle Homo Safes.