THE A ftrZOXA . IiEitmLTCA?r,' TUESDAY UTOTCNIKG, JUNE 28, JOOl
iSet of 6.
NOT OVER ONE DOZEN TO ANY
Masons Jar, pints .....$ .45.doz
Mason Jr, quarts '.....$ 75 doi
Mason Jr, half gallon ..$1.00 doz
At Davidson's Cash Store.
The Good old Summer Time
Calls for th stoves that make it kool
and ear for the housekeeper.
STANDARD w'lCKLESS BLUE
- FLAME OIL STOVES.
Keep th Kitchen Kooler. absolutely
safe. Costs no more for fuel than a
wood stove. Burns Kommon Koal Oil.
2 Burner-Junior $ 9-35
2 Burner Junior $13.50
2 Burner Regular $12.00
3 Burner Regular $15.00
2 Burner Cabinet, special sale,
worth J 15.00 $12.35
3 Eurner Cabinet, worth $20.00. . .$15.40
We also have Insurance Gasoline
Stoves absolutely safe, from $11.00 to
Hammocks! Hammocks! Hammocks!
Telephone Red 363
Every one may have them.
A,11 headaches have a cause. ,
13 you know the cause of yours?
pair of right glasses might stop it
Chance. are that they would.
Hkvo us fit tnem for J'ou-
Every pair fully guaranteed.
See us about your eyes.
The siUient points of excellence :n
our methods are
Exactns in all the little details.
Cmiftf.fx and a desire to please as
veil 'A 'rvc.
'1 he n 1 and best the market pro
duce?. Arti.r.is- and practical results.
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.
Cor. Washington and Ctntar Sta.
Photnix, A. T.
T.ook at the Hxi of fine cloth bound
b"cks wo ;ne mnv wjliui; nt 75 cents
Hlirnll until nx rntfy only to be hail in
Jl.r.l) editions. Whfn Knighthood Was
In I'lowcr, Puppit Crown, Under the
Rose. Hearts Courageous, Mississippi
Rubble, David Ilarum, Right of Way,
Cecilia, Hound of the Baskervilles.
Any of the above named postpaid at
price quoted, 73 cents. By
Stationery & News Co.
10 and 12 W. Washington St.
Ttl. Main 297.
Local Daily Weather Report for The
Forecast for today Fair.
Data for 24 hours ending S p. m. yesterday
Temperature Departure Departure
fit nee since
lit of Month Jan. 1, 1904
SO 67 -id 3C9
mum temperature, 74.
Average relative humidity.
Total precipitation 0.
Character of the day Clear.
M. E. BLYSTOXE,
THE HARD WICK The Hardvvick
theater with its fine new tloor, hns
been secured by the Phoenix Dancing
academy for its regular Friday niglit
-THE SULPHUR MINE A gentle
man from Preseott yesterday left at
the board of trade, a fruit' jar of sul
phur, brought from the deposit in the.
extinct crater of a mountain in the San
Francisco range, where Messrs. Sand
ers and Francis are now prospecting
to discover, if possible, a deposit of
sufficient size to be of commercial va
lue. They are now tunneling into the
hillside and think they have a tine pros
pect of finding a large deposit. The
samples brought in here we:e picked
up on the surfu.ee, the sulphur Deing
SURVEYS ORDERED Surveyor
General Ingalls has instructed Mr. John
A. Rockl'ellow, a United States deputy
mineral surveyor living at Tombstone,
to make an official survey of the Lon
don. Hard Up and Amelia lode mining
claims, situate in the Turquoise min
ing dist-j-l.. Cochise ro-unty. The
claims are the property of Martin Cos
tello of Tombstone and the survey will
be designated as survey No. 1961. Gen
eral Ingulls has also instructed Mr.
Geo. C. Clark, a deputy surveyor at
Bisbee to survey the New York,, Lon
Star. Chicago and Hobo claims which
arc located In the Warren mining dis
trict. Co.-hise county, and owned by
George J. McOnbe, W. Lee Snodderly
and F. M. Johnson of Bisbee. This sur
vey will be designated as survey No.
DEATH OF MRS M'DONO'JGH
Mrs. McDoiiough. sister of Principal .
J. Matthews of the Tempe normal died
at Prescott on Sunday after a long Ml
neDS. Mrs. Matthews and daughter
were wfth her when she died. Mis.
McIXnough's condition was bad. for
some time before the departure of
Professor Matthews for the east a vr!c
ago. There was an improvement,
though and the professor left for M
Louis to attend the mestlng of ti.e
National Education association. Ills
wifi; and daughter who had intended i
accompany him remained to care
Mrs. McDoncugh. Professor M;i'tthe-.-. "
was in formed at once of the death of
RESIDENCE PROPERTIES SOLD
ft. II. Greene reports the sale of twj
rood , residence properties in th-r
Churchill addition. One v." is disposed
of by E. Sunderland to J. V.'. Scott and
Jennie Scott, It was lot 3 of
land's subdivision of block 19 of thri:
addition and a four room brick houv.;
equipped with modern convenience:-..
The- selling price was $1,150. The
other sale was lot 10 in block 8. I;
was owned by Charles Peterson an 1
was sold 'to Clarence E. Ice, an em
ploye of the Maricopa creamery. Oit
this property, which sold for $1,400.
there i3 a good six room house.
THE FOURTH The bill boards are
being decorated with the big posters
setting forth the manner in which
Phoenix will celebrate the, fourth of
July. There will be a barebill game
in th.i forenoon at 10:30 followed by a
tournament of cowboy soprts and ath
letics. The steer tying contest will
command $100 in prize money with
$7.50 the price of entries. Only twen
ty entries will be accepted so thos? who
desire to participate will have to hur
ry. In the afternoon there will be ::
special matinee bill by the Spooner
company and there will be dancing both
afternoon a.id evening in the pavilion.
There will also be a big fireworks dis
play in the evening. The railroad.;
will make special excursion rate and
no admission will be charged at the
park for the children under ten ye i: s
POLICE COURT Yesterday was r.ho
first lime that ' Recorder Thomas ever
faced a re:il bunch in police .court.
There were ten of them, nine Mexica n
and an Indian. The Indian was ar
rested for having violited the quar
antine rules but he moved that he came
of sending to us for Litho
graph Stock certificate Seals,
stock books and
The H. H. McNeil Go
A Wheel Which Dears, the Name of
Is a guarantee of good workmanship
Phoenix Cycle Co.
22 West Adatra Street.
to town wi'th another Indian who had
a permit which he thought was good
for.both of . them- He w - disf".itrff-
cd. The nine Mexicans were ail ar
rested for drunkenness and peace dis
turbance in varying degrees. Six cf
them were Jailed. One was discharg
ed with a lecture, it being his first of
fense. Two others had teen rested
more because they were in bad com
pany than anything else and after tell
ing thMr story they were discharg?d.
. Garcia v.a", given eigl.'i days. Victor
Zapata v.a5? p-'.ven ten days. Juan Me
lendez was given live days, Lorenzo
Flores was given five da yr, John Joe
eight u tys and To -obi.1 Cairargn was,
riven fifteen da; s.
THE RIVER FLOW The water in
the Verde i:er on June 2"., the time of
the luiC report to C. (1. William, who
charge of the government measuring
guages was tii(; lowest point it ha
reached this year and it lvts never been
as low or lower iiut three times since
14' A.tr.m-.liii, t . tV.., iq,...",' .! r.f til .
reclamation servi: e. 1 he records tor
the Verde i iver in some former yeur';
however, were not secured direct bu.
were estimated frem the measurements
of the ArU-.oni orui 1 head juvt be.lo
the confluence of the,two rivers so taut
they may not be exactly correct bu;
are appr-oximaU-iy so. The mimmur.i
flow o'i the 2,"th. mentioned above, was
17.20 inches, the maximum for this year
having been 10. 1 G inches on Jan.
Th-- minimum flaw in June and July of
1900 wa.i 1440 inches but. tin smallest,
flow tecorded was HHD inches in July
1901. The How in the Salt liver on
June 2." was 1920 inches. In Jul;
1900 it was l.sno inches, the lowest re-
'cord Mr. Williams has regarding t'a?
JUSTICE ROEERT SON'S COURT
Estelja Graham was lined seVen dol
lars yeste. day ly Justice R ohert.-on
and the sentence wa. iusnded for a
few days to give her time to y.uy i'
Shf is a woman of part Mexic an blood
who same here from 'Caranca with Ra
fael Escobos.i. On Saturday e.cning
the . two ve;v in a restaurant to,e'.her
when some ditficui'v j.ro?e and -she I
slapped him, a compliment that wu.i
immediately returned with interest
whereupon the ha .1 him atlestoj. Hi?
I:nc v.as and lie nsUed tho court I
what he should do f.j protect liir:;:;c:.
in case of assault from time to time, ii"-
ibe was not to be allowed to light back, j
He was told to have his a--;'.ilant ur- ',
rested. ALout 2 o'ci;;ck Sunday mo::-- j
jing. .while ;co'.,o.-a yw '.lone In' hi-s i
j room the woman appeired t'r.re mi'
(company with ar.oiiier nian and Mid
jfhe projiosed to stiy. He finally thre e :
her oiH and l iter had her mrreftd and :
I fined as above. Ti.ey both agieed 'o
i separate but the woman kept comin.;
back- to him and makitig life a burden
Jit" fine "was Snade lig::t on the under-1
jstanding that she would hereafter l.;t :
lEscobcvsa alone. Cti.Mups Martin -?z ;
was arretted o:i a fomplatRt ni.id by
Chos. .M. Smith end his trial w.13 a--.
I for 10 o'clock th'.s moi :iin.r. Mrtrtlr.a
j rented a Ik.u.-o from Smith. The lat
jter claims a ie:H bill of about eighteen
1 dollars. JIn:-t:,ioz admittintr only thrc
While Mai tin-ey;
away :'rom homo SmUh loeUed :ip ih
house and lai-tinea broke U'open tj
Ket his things out.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward 1
for any rasp of Catarrh that cannot to
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
I'". J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo O. '.
We, the undersigned, have known 'v. J.
Cheney for the last 1.". rears, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and linaneiillv al le to c-arrv
lout any ol.lications maie Jv liH firm.
! WALPI.Nfi, KIN.N'AN A" MARVIN, ;
holepale jjru-;?ists, 'i'ob-do, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, i
acting- directly upon the nlood and ran-;
cous purfac-f" of ibe sysrem. Testimonials
sent free. 1'iice 75c. per bottle. Sold by,
Take Hall's Family Tills for Cor.atira-
TRADE TOPICS 1
Remember that The Republican's
clubbing offers still include Success,
Thrice a Week Xew York World and
The New York Tribune Farmer.
Women and girls who have been un
fortunate and are in need cl a home
and friends can find them y address
ing Crittenton Home, Hlslilaiid addi
tion, Phoenix, Axlsox.
Strangers in Phoenix, it will pay you
to look up Dowd's, the little drug store
with the little prices, Opera house block.
Men of good taste, with and without
means to this men's furnishing store,
is made up cf good quality, right
prices and courteous treatment. Wo
don't offer you something for nctivnj;
we don't believe you wound take it if
we did. You'd be suspicious about tho
quality. What ws offer you is good
quality, correct styles and full value
for your money.
& Cassou Co,
& u h ape-retaining
Bearics'thii famon lebel
f ( Correct C'xks fcr f''T
.- r-j n ViMiS
V . I
Stylish, because designed by Xew York
fin-'. London slv'.e authorities. . trhape
r. t.'.iivng. because the oat-fronts are
protected by hair-cloth and canvas
thoroughly shrunk and shape;! by hand.
Sorvi. cab!'1, because hand-tailored from
double-shrunk foreign :;nl American
homespuns, seiges, worsteds, and flan
nels by the cleverest craftsmen in New
Summer Suits (single and double -breasted
: rivaitcr lined with silk or
n-.oiir.ir), flO to S25.
Guaranteed! by us and the linkers. For
sale exclusively in this city at this store
lefore Leaving I
On your Summer va
cation you had better
tal:c out an
Wc write them
I FOR MEN AND W0ME3.
Drop in our office
and wc will give you
rates and full infor
Rsa! Estst2, Insure, Leans
j 4) North Center Street.
! 'Phoaa Main 220.
MWMIJ ..1. .. I , !
. ', . . i
Every color and size under the smi.
A gr.-.-.t variety of finbdiiiiir beads. We
have added to oiir sto--k it'ently and
row have everything that you can pos
Cor. Second avenue and Jefferson
streets, opposite court house plaza.
I Arizona agent for the Recycle, ths
bst and easiest riding wheel on earth.
Keeps the largest Btoek of Tires and
eondrie, Mo?t complete repair hop In
t: titjr. No. 7 and 9 B. i irat TeBu.
' ' . rrs. i i
I The Mew Fall
Ko two alike, either, which makes them all the
more desirable. We want everybody who is
interested to call at once and look them over.
Our idea is to give friends 1 'first choice" if they want
it. You know what that means with us.
M I LL I NERY.
Ia the time to buy a fine home at a i
several jrood residences with one, two
rnd one-half, three, five or tea acrvs
of well imtiroved land to each place,
and some of them are exceptional bar
gains. i believe:
I have the bet 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 cf ths
above jilaf es at
Eured for r.ow.
the price they can be
w'to loan on first class real estate secur-
f I BIG BARGAINS
J-l 1 6 1-2 acres, 4 miles from town, with
J small house and good water riht.
i : 160 ncres of pood land under Buckeye
14' in int lies of water I 4 Art. 1 l.rjr'.l I . ' '' UJ V gi
1 ' o
41 West Adanis Street
nj Opposite Board of Trade.
a a LU3iciiiii2,&Hiiiuii-y o
p I A. J. BRADLEY.
M j 2IG W. WashinrftonSt.
N n Phone Main S4.
ji j j Lady attendant.
iSaddla and Harness Co,
': . " r : W :
112 EAST WASHINGTON.
For cur mnk-j of Arizona Styles of
Caddl-s, Bridles. Cit and Spurs.
Prompt attention to mail order.
y 118 W. Cntir St
Tel. Mltt 70. t
ffloha S Dorris,
CndertaKert and Embalaeri.
i 81C0 8
Your trip will be
nice views of its
Cameras, $1.00 or
(ODAKS, $5.00 TO $35.00
ANDREWS SO N,
Largest Stock of Photo Goods in Arizona.
28-30 North First Avenue.
Kodaks, Bicyclas, Talklaj Midlines, Sporting Goods.
WE LEAD IN BICYCLE TIRES.
AHD CLOAK HOUSE
SEOOND AM WA8HIHOTOS UTS
I Ezi Bzib Pi- I L-i V
i i i i i i i i i i i
DE KALB FIELD FENCE
FOR HORSES, AND HOGS.
Come and see it at
TALBOT (S3. EiUBBARD'S
i ,( ' ;.
.1-. S' .-Tp '-,--; ' !i T-'
1 fc.t? lUrt
l-'ive room framr dv.-idliii'r with bath, newly painted and papered and.
in good repair, with two lot?, each 50x10. Plenty of shade. On car
line. Has bad no sick tenants. Price $1130. Terms: JCG0 cash, bal-
1 t .. . . . i i n . . a.
a u ur in y-uii iit Tier cpnr
Also 5 iots in Phoenix Additio
sacrifice, being worth JG0Q e;icb.
E. J. BENNITT,
16 NORTH CENTER STREET.
LOOK AT. THIS
6 1-2 acres adjoining town site of Alhambra, with water right in
Grand Canal. Three room frame house, frame stable, chicken house.
Three acres in alfalfa, good garden. Owner must sell. Trice only
$300 for quick action. See '! v
. Earnest WalKer,
IVcal Instate, Loans and Insurance
co?SSS?si, 4-10 S. Second Ave. PhoAeoil50J
THE VALLEY SANK
I Capita!, $100,000.
JA3. NEWLAND3, JR., PRESIDENT.
E. J. OENNITT, VICE PRESIDENT.
W. D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.
LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER.
General banking busir.esa transacted. Exchange Isnued on all
Important cities of the world. . .
DIRECTORS Jas. Newlands Jr., E. J. Bennitt, J. C. Kirkpatrick, J.
ra 1 : mmnn. .In, y.. -,4.Irl. I Invri R
Rl '.'i'ntwiiv.-mn"juvri 'h'lj.1 vis
II Capitol, SJ00.000.00
I Ataplc Facilities. Courteous Treitment to AIL Ve Solicit Your Banticg Bnslnei.
The National Bank of Arizona.
Emit O.nz, President.
S. Obv.rljlder, Cashier.
Get Ono of Our
i win you
enjoyed longer if you get some
principal features". Brownie
itV-,4vi ,Ls i'.L'i rL', d
WITH BARBS, ti
The Soda Water Girl
Those goblets of goodness that we
soil are gaining popularity every day.
They give joy and gladness as well
ns cooling comfort, and bring crowds
of customers. "We use only pure
fruit syrups. :
Brisley Drug Go,
In Hotel Adams
place cost J2200.
$1G0U cash. These are offered at a
i.Mt .iivnwj. :lv
r.krl.lu it.-. AJ tl...
. j. . -j.. i.. ... ... .... .
. Surpfus, $50,000.00
Bob Lewis, Vice-President.
J. J. Sweeney, Aes'L Cashier.
L.!ttlo Home Safes
Are Here 1
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