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THE ARIZONA REPT7BT JO A3Tf SUNDAY MOIJNINO, JUNE 19, 1904
TYLISH HAPE-RETAINING ERVICEABLE UMMER UITS - Bearing- thii famous label DRINKING GLASSES This Month 12 i-2c 5et of 6. Of Local! Interest. A Wheel Which Bears the Name of PIERCE Is a guarantee of good workmanship Come in Phoenix Cycle Co. 22 West Adams Street. ii- llfredgenjaniins THE WEATHER. THAT TELLS THE WHOLE STORY r Local Dally Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Correct Clothes for Men Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: I C r V : I NOT OVER ONE DOZEN TO ANY ONE CUSTOMER. Masons Jars, pints $ .45.doz Mason Jtrs. quarts .... 75 dc2 Mason Jars, half gallon. $1.00 doz At Davidson's Gash Store; J The Good old Summer Time Calls for the stoves that make it fcool i fiml easy for the housekeeper. STANDARD WICKLESS BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES. . Keep the Kitchen Kooler. absolutely rafe. Costs no more for fuel than a wood stove. Burns Kommon Koal Oil. 2 Hurner Junior $ 9.S3 " Hurner Junior $13.50 L' IJurner Regular $12.00 .: liurner Regular $15.00 2 Burner Cabinet, special sale, worth $lo.00 $12.35 3 Burner Cabinet, worth $20.00. . .$15.40 We also have Insurance Gasoline Stoves absolutely safe, from $11.00 to $32.50 Hammocks! Hammocks! Hammocks! Davidson's Cash iStore Telephone Red S63 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 2jc. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington and Center Sts. Phoanixi A. T. ! Have you read "The Man Behind the Door" the new book by A. C. aale by Gunter. FOr THE PHOENIX ' Stationery & News Co. Price, 50 cents; seven cents extra for postage if sent by mail. if" r There's V J About . r Your :i Eyes Jh 7 Or your ydQgJ 'r r Glasses ' jh . Jf . Let US -ItNPJj i Answer I; Ujtfl ' ;1 It for ,f r You. v.4Ts! ""' ' "- "'" ' , V EXAMINATION I ' FREE, h -V ....... SJtT' Mail orders promptly attended to for anything in our line. 10 and 12 W. Washington St. Ttl. Miln 297. Temperttare Departure Departure Since aince UMAX N0BM1L 1U 01 MOnth Jn" 1904 8 85 - 67 4 K2 t Maximum temperature, 106; mini mum temperature, 70. t Average relative humidity, 16 per cent. Total precipitation, 0. Character of day Clear. M. E. BLYSTONE. Section Director. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First church of Christ Scientist. Postoftice building-, Monroe street; services at 11 a. m., sub ject: "Christian Science ;" solo by Mr. Dickinson; Sunday school at fl-'SO a. m.; Wednesday evening seivica at 7 : 4Ti ; all are welcome. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Services as follows today: Sunday-school at 9:4". a. rr..; Christian End3avor at 7 p. m.; preaching- by the pastor. Rev. W. II. Bagby, at 11 n, m. and 8 p. m. Morning subject: "The Salt of the Earth": ev ening: "The Light of the World." HE IS NOT AN APPLICANT It has been mentioned by one of the pa pers of Phoerix that among the appli cants for the superintendence of the Phoenix schools is Professor W. - II. Lee. It is stated on the authority of Professor Lee that he is not an. appli cant but that cn tjie contrary he is an earnest supporter of Professor J. Cole for that position. METHODIST CHURCH Sunday school at 9:45 a. "m nt 11 a. in.,.' subject: Sen'or League 7 p. m.: SOUTH preaching Bread;" preaching at 8 p. m., subject: "Joy and Peace in the Holy Ghost.". Professor Mi!l?r will sing "In the Hollow of His Hand," b,; Stebbinsat the morning service. At the night service the choir will render "Lift l'p Toil!' Hearts." by Gabr'el. AN APPROVED SURVEY Miner:. 1 surv'cy'Xp. 1929 has .been approv.ed by the office of the surveyor general. It includes the iollowine claims:' the Bil ly, John F., the Black Eagle and Wedge. lodes in the Silver Bell mining district,' Philip Contzeit deupty. The Imperial Copper ccmpany is the claim ant. THE UNANIMOUS CHOICE The petition'. which is being circulated fcr the appointment of Professor J. C. Col? to be superintendent of the Phoenix schools, now bears more than 2"0 names. It contains the names cf all thi j business men of the ci-.y whom the c'r culators of the petition have b-en abl to see, and they have been able to see almost all of them. THE FIRST METHODIST EPISCO PAL CHURCH Monroe street and Second avenue, A. M. Gibbons, pasto-; Sunday school at. 9 a. m.; Epworth church of his choice. The funeral re -League at 7 p. m.: public worship at 10 1 vices were conducted in the pre?enc? of a. m. and S r. m. The Rev. S. J. Reg- ' a large company of his friends and ers, D. D.. will preach the morning ser mon, subject: -'Better Things," Heb. 9:11: subject of the evening s?rmon: "Earth's Greatest. Hero," Tim. 4:7. All scats are free. You will find a cordial welcome. Observe the eaily hobrs of moiMing services. HE WENT ABROAD Deputy Sher iff Duncan came to Phoenix tvelve years ago but he never saw Maricopa until last night.. He had often heard of its extensive and varied industries and of the fame of its citizens and he has almost been overcome several times by a desire, to visit the munici pality but he could never find time un til last night when he was called there in the course of his official duties. He took Charles De Lird, a convict from Yavapai county -there to meet Sheriff Joe Roberts who will.take charge of him there and escort him . to Tmna. OIL BORING BEGINS The work of boring for oil by the Arizona Oil com pany on the Bennett tract in the north western part cf the city will be begun next Tuesday. The company expected to begin work last week but there was an unexpected delay in getting the ma chinery from California. The lat o it arrived yesterday, consisting mostly of shoes and casings and was delivered at the well. The property has lately been visited by experienced oil men from different fields and they agree that they have never seen more prom ising signs. INDIANS ENMASSE It appeared yesterday that all the Indians in all the reservations adjacent to Phoenix knocked off business yesterday to ccme to town. All the streets soulh of Wash ington in the central part of the town were lined with their teams which by the way notwithstanding the drouth of the present season are in good condi tion. The sidewalks wee filled with Get the Habit of sending to us for Litho graph Stock certificate Seals, stock books and Everything for the Office The H.H, McNeil Go Phoenix, Ariz. , Indians and their wives and their pa pooses. Old timers said that -they had never before even in fiesta seasons, seen so many Indians within the cor porate limits. NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of the following corporations, were filed in the office of the county recorder yes terday: Walford Grand Oil and Gas company, capital stock, $1,000,000, in corporators H. Gardner, G. A. Duer and F. II. Dunnington; Ciarnett Cen terville Oil and Gas company, capital stock, $1,500,000, incorporators T- A. Darling and M. E. Whitehead; Pike's Peak Oil and Gas company, capital stock. $1,000,000, incorporators A. I Hart and J. L. Middagh. Amended at' tides were flied of the Western Invest ment company changing the purpose of the organisation. WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH THE MOON? A lady who lives in the country ccmplained to this office last night that the moon was fudging with out any apparent cause and she wantel to know if there was any reason fo;- this dereliction of duty. She said that there was a sad lack of radiance, per haps more observable in tho country than in the city in the glare of the elec tric lights, which, however, did not glar? alarmingly last night. The atten tion of the astronomical editor cf The Republican having been, called to this matter, he admitted tht he knew no reason why the moon should be "sol diering." If it were an old n;ojn, there mijht be some excuse for it. But th nioen is not old; on the contrary, young, vigorous and crescent. He obe v.d, though, since the matter had been -brought' his notice, that the moon was not up to full candle power and he sought the explanation of other scientists, hut they were found to be equally in the semi da! k regarding the phenomenon. OBITUARY James Graham was born in Somerset county, Pa., .Ncvan ber 11. 1S28. At fourteen years of age he removed with his parents to Iowa City, Ta. November 1. 1S31. he was iraril:d to Miss Nancy Douglass. Of this uni n there were born ten children, five b y and five girls. Of thest c hildren nil ere living save one boy, who died in In fancy. In 1SI.7 he removed wi.h hi famdy to Sulina. county. Misiouii, nesr( Fwe't Springs, where he ieided for j thirty years. From there he removed to Verron county. Mo., wher he sp:nt seventeen years. In the latter part ot' November, 19i3, he came to Arizona. I settling on a ranch five mile. we.-t rl Phoenix, where he died June 17. 1904 j UI? aged wire, two sons and two ct:iugn ters were at hi. bedside at th? time cf his death. Mr. Graham united with the Christian church at the age of nineteen and remained a faithful and cons'stem member until death. For thirty-five years he was iji honored elder ut th-i neighbors at the home, by It-?v. V. H. ' Bagby, pastor cf the Christian ehuireh i In Phoenix. O . . . - ' - - . m " . f , t .tut, r F t 11 1 I I I i C tTtTT Tr . I TRADE TOPICS ,; .;, iff - ,-. ,-i ' . ! .-, . ,, .-.4,441 Beginning Tuesday June 21st an-.i every Tuesday thereafter, until further advised, the Maricopa & Phoenix will run a special theatre train leaving Mesa 6:45 p. m. Mill street, Tempe, 7; 03 p. m. arriving at the park 7:20 p. m.. First avenue, 7:25 p. m. Train will return, leaving First avenuo sta tion 11 p. m. and will wait at the park untii the dance is over, but not later than 11:45 Pacifir time. Fare for the round trip will be 50 cents from Mesa and .15 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, Arizon. Strangers in Phoenix, it will pay you ,to look up Dowd's, the little drug store with the little prices, Opera house bl(jck. TO THE COAST. Commencing Tuesday June 7th and thereafter every Tuesday and flntur day a through Pullman drawing room sleeping car will run from Phoenix to IjOs 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. ii Stylish, because designed by New Tork :-..'i 1 London slvle authorities. Shape retpining. because the coat-froius are protected by hair-cloth and canvas thoroughly shrunk and shaped by hand. Sei vi. cable, because hand-tailored from double-shrunk foreigir and American homespuns, serges, worsteds, and flan nels by the cleverest craftsmen in New Yrrk. City. Summer Suits (single and double breasted; quarter lined with silk or monnir), 10 to $2". Guaranteed by us and the makers. For sale exclusively in this city at this story "THE HUB" AEN T Before Leaving a 1 ' - On your Summer va cation you bad better take out an ' Accident Policy. . We write" tbem FOR -MEN AND WOMEN. Drop in our office and we will give you rates and full - infor mation. Fi H. I. Latham & Co Real Estate, Insurance, Leans 44 North Center Street. on 'Phone Main 220. BEADS t- 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. THe Curio. Cor. Second avenue and Jefferson streets, opposite court house plaza. GRISVVOLD, .S&ct;. Is Arizona agent for the Racycl, the best and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires and sundries. Most complete repair chop In tb. ity. No. 7 nd 9 S. First a-reau. D t. M, DEPfW. J. A. REDMAN Phoenix Harness and you' for the next few days Saddlery Company. Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of and Dealers in HARNESS, STOCK SADDLES SADDLERY HARDWARE a Fine Hand-Made Harness a Specialty. 34 and 36 W. Adams St. NOW- Is the time to buy a fine home at a reasonable price. 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 have the best bargain In the valley j on a 40 or 60 acre improved ranch or ' 80 to 600 acres' of unimproved land. j YOU CAN i not miss it if you purchase any of the j above places at the price they can be secured for now. MONEY 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 j canal 50 acres in cultivation, including 40 Inches of water, $2,400. pauldiog 41 West Adams Street Opposite Doard of Trade. KLJI'LU jg.ffliUi Easterling& Whitney Undertakers Successors to A. J. BRADLEY. 21G W. Washington St. Phone Main 84. Lady attendant. N. PORTER. Saddle, and Harness Co. 142 EAST WASHINGTON. For our make of Arizona Styles of Saddles, Bridles, Bit and Spurs. Prompt attention to mail orders. Z23S32; 118 W. C.nt.r St. T.l. Wln 79. Moha & Dorris, Undertakers and Embalm.ra. li LADT ATTENDANT. E. A.S $ lehl We are offering special bargains tbat will interest Collars, Pads, Lap Dusters, Whips, Spurs, Navajo Saddle Blankets. OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU. Telephone "REGULAR" WITHOUT BARBS. 1' . y rr r I I I I I ' - f 1 j 1 I 1 Oct. to . I I , L i $93. f- I DE KALB FIELD FENCE FOR HORSES, AND HOGS. Come and see it at . TALBOT a HUBBARD'S Authorized Agents for Liquo zone, the Germ Destroyer. BRISLEY DRUG COMPANY. FOR. Five room frame dwelling with bath, newly painted and papered nn-t in good repair, with two lots.' each r0xl".0. Plenty of shade. n car line. Has had no sick tenants. Price $1150. T-rms: $Gn cash, bal ance to suit at 8 per c ent. This place cost $2200. Also 5 lots in Phoenix Additio SlGuO cash. These are offered at a sacrifice, being worth $G00 each. E. J. BENNITT, k 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. ttaawa?-i&BijLJt!ia-ggtr: A Chance for a Hustler A Good Business Arizona, for sale at a bargain This is a first-class proposition. See ine about thisatonce M J. JELrn est W alKer, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance OPPOSITE 1 Q VrsvA A -trr Ph.n Main 50 COURTHOUSE. OCCOnQ AVC. fSOlMl. THE VALLEY BANK O F PHOENIX Capitel, $100,000. Surplus, S25.000. JAS. NEWLANDS, JR., PRESIDENT. E. J. BENNITT, VICE PRESIDENT. W. D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER. General banking businesa Important cities of the world. DIRECTORS Jas. Newlands C. Wasson, Jos. S. Fifield, Lloyd Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, $500,000.00 Ample Facilitlei. Courteocs Treatment to All. We Solicit Your BanMnj; EoIne. The ETational Bank of Arizona. TCtnll Ganii, Presidrnt., 8. Oberfelder, Cashier. Get On of Our hoe Col on Red 1495. HOG FENCE. 1 Trrr t J t I i WITH BARBS. S. i SALE J Chance at Globe, SJSS transacted. Exchange Issued on all . Jr., E. J. Bennitt, J. C Kirkpatrlck, J. B. Christy, Ezra W. Thayer. S1E3235SIE: 6ol. Lewis. Vice-President. J. J. fc-reeney, An'L CnJiier. Littles Home Safes.