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TnE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY JIORNING, JULY O, 1904.
V. 1 'TA' tt rati 1 1 . pi ' A t! 2il E2RA W. THAYER. 124-126 East Washington Street 127-133 East Adama Street. REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE JN FRO NT. THE SOLAR MOTOR Successful Demonstration of Its Abil ity to Furnish Cheap Power. Though it has been known for a long time that the so'ar motor which has bfen.in operation a short distance south of Tempe for several months was a success, the utility of it was demonstrated yesterday at what may be called a semi-official inspection. Mr. Fiank Judd Post of Brookline. Mass., one of six gentlemen engaged in the manufacture and perfection of the mo tor, vho is visiting this part of the country, took a. party of gentlemen out to see it in operation. The members of the party were Messrs. W. A. Drake, J. II. Emmert and H. P. Anewalt of Prescott. L. H. Land is of Phoenix. W. J. Kingsbury of Tempe and others. The motor was throwing thirty-five inir.ers inch? of water a minute, suf-lU-ient at a liberal estimate for the irri gation trf Hjrhty acres. Mr. Kingsbury said that by a storage system the power deeloioJ was sufficient for the irrigation z( 1W acres. The capacity of the motor is really more than thirty-live inched which is spoken of only lis a conservative average. With the power developed it is possible to pump lorty-five inches. Most of the gentlemen who witness ed the operation - wf the motor' were Your grocer would like to deal in everything else as in j Schillings Best ! tea baking-powder spice cotfee flavoring extracts . soda j but can't-; he has no such ' backing in anything else. Granite Gravel furnished for grading walks and yards. Hauling, grading and excavating done to order. Address E. Pennington, P. O. box, 723 or 'Phone Red 513. Good Turnouts. Good Seddle Bancs. DUBLIN CORRAL. LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. A. V. VAN DORLN, Proprietor. Tel. Black 513. 19 E. Teffcrson St. Scott's Sanlal-Fepsin Gapsnlss A POSITIVE CURE For Inflammation orCatarrfc of the Bladder and Diseased Kidr.eyj. No cure no par. Cures quickly aud Perma nently the worst case of Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no matter of how Ion? stand In. Absolutely Harmless, tioid by druireists- I-rlc HOI, or by mail, postpaid, 51 iw, 3 Doxes . o. THE SANTAL-PEFSW CO., ELVLiY & HTJX.ETT. AGENTS. W. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West Adams Street. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND S'JPERiSTEHDEHTS Iitlmate Furnished Eooras 11-12-U O'Neill Baildlng P. O. ox 73 Phoenix, Arlsouf.. Joe Flfleld Geo. H. Oallag-her. "Just as Easy" I !!!!'";i!:;m"V" n Ml COPYRIGHT. to cook over gas as over coal or ker oseni much easier In fact. But you ought to think, too, of the freedom from dust and ashes, the Immediate produc tion of heat, the saving of temper of wife, cook or housekeepers. No delay ed breakfasts when you use gas. Ask al about it. Fhaenix Light & Fuel Co., Cor. 1st Ave. and Jefferson. Tei 2401 7C I ill DON'T SCRUB CONTRAPTIONS ' Don't be a drudge ! A multitude of hard-to-get-at parts to be washed twice a day if cream is not to be tainted makes the washing of bucket bowl separators a regular wash day task. The TUBULAR SEPARATOR is washed in five minutes. The bowl has only one small piece inside it comes out. Come take a bowl apart. It's simple easy works perfectly. Drop in and get a catalog. aware that it hid passed the experi mental stage and that it was destined to cut an important figure in the agri cultural development of this' valley and in all parts of the arid region where there is more sunshine than water above ground but they could realize only in the presence of the machine how easily and cheaply the supply of water for the southwest might be made almost natural and abundant. Mr. Post explained that the cost el the motor, by which he meant all the machinery necessary for pumping wa ter would be from 2,50O to $3,000. The latter figure he said would be sufficient to put up the plant ready for operation. That would te the end of the expense. The only other item o" cost is one which many people never think of at all: that is the interest on the invest ment. The motor n;eds almost no at tention and there is no appreciable wear of the machinery of the motor proper. There is of course the wear of the pump but that is inconsidera ble. The sum mentioned as the present cost is very conservative for it must be borne in mind that to date the com pany has been manufacturing the ma chines singly and frequently remodel ing 'and impioving those first made so that it is but just entering upon their regular manufacture in perfected shape. It is therefore expected that this cost will be materially reduced wrlen they are made in large number- after the perfected plans as they un doubtedly will be soon. Further, the motors may be bought on liberal terms by responsible parties, as it Is desirous that they shall be brought imo general use. Tne company has enlisted the moral support of the leading Santa Fe lailroad officials, whose interest In the enterprise is not directly commercial, but the railroad men see in its a prob able means for the development of a large acreage of arid lands. adjacent to their lines. While the local railroad men have no personal financial interest .....THE HOFFMAN EVERYTHIG FIRST CLASS Michelob B on Draught HIRSChTELD, PERKINS & G13S0S H Proprietors g 15KM EX THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adama or North Center street. Nobby turnouts Safe and speedy stock. W. L. GE0RGF & CO. PRESCOTT BUSINESS FIRV1S. otel Burke AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. 105 rooms. All modern conveniences A strictly first-class and modern hotel Sample rooms for commercial men.' . Bashford - Burmister Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise Prescott, Arizona. WE CARRY FULL LINES OF EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A BIG STORE WE DO A BIQ BUSINESS, BJT CAN DO When in Prescott it will pleat us to have you call and get acquainted. THE PALACE . PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Strictly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rooms In the southwest BftOW, SMITH & BELCHER, Proprietors. You Must iStop for a cool room and quiet night's rest... rhe Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. in the enterpriFe, their inspection .was official in that their report indicates the interest taken in it by one of the largest developing corporations in the country. The secretary and treasurer of the company ' ia C. L. Haskell, who ha? been here for sometime superintending the construction of this motor and from him a good description of it and of the company's operations was se cured. Mr. Haskell says that though the company has spent $125,000 in its operations of the last nine years, it has claimed the successful operation of the motor for only three years past. Previous to that time it was laigely an experimental enterprise and frequent Improvements wore made in the mech anism but for the last three years the motor at Pasadena which was the first really successful one built, has been in continuous operation. But the com pany did not care to put it upon ' the market till it had been fully tested and could be legitimately guaranteed. So far all the machines, constructed have been manufactuied in Massachusetts. The capacity of the Tempe motor is about six horse power and though they can be made any size, the sizes will probably run from five horse power up to six or eight horsepower. Within each motor Is th? boiler where steam is generated, and carried by a -pipe to the engine. Where a large plant is de Sirable.it is thought better to have ad ditional motors, Ci'.th connected with the engine by 4 steam pipe,' rather than to hav.-; one immense motor as large as two or more smaller ones. The motor as everyone wiil under stand, is dependent on sunlight for power and it is therefore abvious that it would be incompetent on a rainy t?jy and also for such purposes as require power day and night, but for any en terprise where absolutely continuous power is not necessary, such as pump ing for irrigation, it seems to b? the acme of success for it eliminates en tirely the fuel expense. Mr. Haskell said that in any country where the weather is seventy-five rer cent sun shine and not to exceed fifty per cent humidity, it may be successfully op erated Roughly speaking, it i& avail able for use over about one half the surface of the earth and in thi country nearly everywhere west of the 97th meridian. Within one hour after sun rise it will generate 1D0 pound j of steam and the accumulated power will last till a half hour after sunset. The motor does not depend upon the light rays of the sun. but upon the heat rays, and it 3 therefore just as good In winter as in summer, providing it is clear. The reflector is in shape very similar to a milk pan with the bottom out, only that the niameter of a milk pan Is greater in proportion to the depth of the pan, than is th? diameter of the motor in proportion to the depth of Its sides. In the Tempe machine the di ameter of the reflector on the side to ward the sun is 3G feet and on th? bot tom Pifle 18 feet. Along the margin, or what would be called the side were it a milk pan, are the reflectors consist ing of 1728 small glasses covered on the back with three coats of pure silver.' This reflector is supported between two towers, one about 30 feet high and th? other about 7 feet high, which sus pends it at an angle. The reflector must face the sun ex actly, and as heavy as it is, weighing tons, it canfe easily moved' It stands, after the fashion of the telescope, up on an equatorial mounting, the axis being north and south; the reflector follows the sun, regulated by a clock, the work being automatic, as. In fact, is everything about it. The true focus is shown by an indicator, and in about an hour after it is adjusted the boiler is seen to have attained a white heat and the steam gauge registers one hundred and fifty ponuds, The steam is carried from the suspended boiler to the engine in a flexible phosphor bronze tube and returns again from the condense' to the boiler in the form of water, so that the boiler is kept au tomatically full. The engine i.i oiled automatically, and when the disk is once turned, facing the sun, it runs all day as Independent of an engineer as does a-windmill. The amount of heat concentrated in the boiler by the seventeen hundred and odd mirrors cannot be realized, as nothing can be seen but a small cloud of escaping steam, but should a man climb upon the disk and cross it he would literally be burned to a crip In a few seconds. The boilep, eight feet long. Is sus pended in the center of the reflector, as a lead pencil would be suspended perpendicularly In a bottomless milk pan. The reflected heat therefore strikes it all over except on the ends. The steam Is carried from the J.op of a boiler, through a small pipe to the en gine and after use passes through a condenser anda. small pipe back into the boiler at the other end. The en gine, pump, etc., is the same as in any other plant. The motor at Tempe has probably been sold for later erection at Willcox, but in any event It will be there on ex hibition for the next two weeks under the care of J. Murdo Bruns, and Clif ford S. Estes, engineers, who will take pleasure in showing It to any visitor. The Solar Motor Co. put up its first successful motor on the property of Edwin Cawston of Pasadena. It was such a success that he interested his brother, a wealthy London banker, who sent for Mr. Post to visit hln in London. He did so, and the result was that Mr. Cawston has secured for the company, patents in fifteen countries. The company has also contracted with the Egyptian government for a motor to cost ilGOO and to be erected in Cairo. Mr. Haskell will go. there in The fall to set it up. It Is likely also thata nother will be built at Khartoum and the com pany has orders also for a motor to be eretcett In Hloomfontein and another at Johannesburg, South Africa. o PARKER, HEARST OR GRAY? Continued From Paga 1. latlon in politics. Like one man, they sprang up in their chairs, with every thing that could be waved tcssed high in the aip. Floiida, after a few seconds of wi"d yelling, started around the hall, its men screaming frantically and tossing a high silk banner inscribed . "Florid l, safe and sound." Indiiin Territory, 'Sew Jersey. Maryland, Texas, Georgia, and many other state? fell In bfhind anl with wild yells followed on. Michigan came next and her great blue banner, instead of falling Into the parage of states was borne up the steps of th platform behind the chairman's"ie'k. whert it was held high and. waved wildiy to and fro. Delegates tore the:r stat? emblems frcrn the poles, and car rying them high ahead .tramped around the hall again and again, cheering frenz'.edly. Maryland, rushing back to her place in the delegates' sests. grabbed the pole with her state name upon it, and then placed the pole higher thin any other in the line of march. The cue was im mediately seized wherever possible bv other delegetlcns. and the tramp around the hall continued. .After the excitement had rontinuel about twelve' minutes, there was a per ceptible nbatemert, and the bar.d struck up 'America." thousands rf voices joining In the son?. The lull speedily passe! away. f:r the band struck up "Dixie" and thi? was oil on a fire already fiercely blading. W;th a spasmodic yell the applause started sll over again. During the playing cf the bind a huge crayon bust picture of Parker was carried uy ths cenr.er of the aisle. ltymthic shouts of "Parker" "Park er," "Alton D. Parker." were started, and caught up. The demenstrat'on lasted twenty five minutes. "Arkansas." shouted the clerk, pro ceeding with' the call of the states ft the chair's direction. "Arkansas yields to Tenneee," an swered t'.ie chairman of th" uelfg.itlon. Senato- Car mick of th U state war. re cognized and at once toak the platfjrm and b?gin speakipir seconding the nom ination of Judge Parker. Senator Carmack concluded and California was called by the clerk., Mr.- Chairman responded Delegate Tarpey, "California recognizes as her spokesman D. M. Del mas." "I recognize D. M. Delrnas f Califor nia." said the chairman, and a volley r: cheers came from the audienct'. Mr. Bryan leadTrig it by standing up and waving a small American flag. At tho conclusion of De?.mas' speech, a six foot portrait of Heirst was taken to the platform, another of similar size was raised in the gallery back of the plat form, and numerous smaller portraits were shown on the long po'ies raise 1 among fho delegations. The parade around the hall which had be?n carried on during the pre ceding demonstration, was quickly un dertaken, California leading off wi'.h its great banner of white and gold, Arizona, Nevada, Iowa, South Dakota, Washington and W oming joining in tne order named, some of them carry ing pictures of Hearst. The banner of tne Illinois delegation was carried into the line. but. a majority of that delega tion did not follow it. At first but-a few of them rose, and only i fraction of those followed their flag in the march. The galleries- joined lustily in the Hearst applause, making perhaps a stronger demonstration than they mad-a for Parker. The demonstration for the editor candidate went on, rising and falling in degree. The b?.nd played, and dele gates, carrying Hearst pictures and flags and state standards, kept up their perspiring march through the aisles. When a half hour had elapsed. Sen ator Bailey of Texas took the presid ing officer's chair. The BmnerPail Of the American working man is gen erally well filled. In some cases it is too well filled. It contains too many kinds of food, and very often the food is of the wrong kind hard to digest and ... . , . . i ,. containing mue nutri tion. As a conse quence many a work ing man develops some f o-t ni of stomach trouble which inter feres with his health and reduces his work- i : . l.l I iW -r-r Where there 2 uiuri indu ration of dis ease of the stom ach and its allied organs of digestion and nu trition, the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will almost invari ably produce a per fect and perman ent cure. Mr. Thomas A. Rwarts. of Sub Station C. Columbus, O , Box loj. writes : " I vra taken with severe headache, then cram p in me siomacn. aim my food would not digest, then kidnev nnd liver trouble and my Kick got weak so I could scarcely gc around. At last I had all the com plmnls at once, the more I doctored the worse I got iinlil six years passed. I had become so poorly I could only walk in the house by the aid of a chair, and I ;ot w thin I had rivrn up to die, thinking that I could not be cured. Then one of my neighbors said. 'Take myadviccand take Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery and make a new man out of yourself.' The fiKt bottle helped rae so I thought I would get another, and after I had taken eight bottles in bout six weeks, I was weighed, and found I had gained tweuty-Mven (17) pounds. I am as stout and healthy to-day, I think, as I ever was." Free. Dr. Tierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, paper covers, is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. "The state of Colorado," called the clerk. The- response was immediate, and Thomas J. O'Donnell was Introduc ed, and began a f-peech seconding the nomination of Judge Parker. v After the applause which followed Mr. O'Donnell's conclusion, .Connecticut was called. Walter S. Cummings was recognized arc, took the platform to second1 thii nomination of Parker. Irving Handy, of Delaware, followed Mr. Cummings and nominated Georg Gray. "Florida," called the clerk. John S. Beard of that state took hi? place by the Florida sign and proceed ed to second the nomination of Hearst. Moses Wright of Georgia, took the stand to second Parker. Claier-.-e Darrow of Illinois was pre sented and began a spaech to second the nomination of Hearst. Indiana was called next and Join W. Kerr, responded to second the nom ination of Judge Parker. Sam S. Wright of Tipton, Iowa, mounted his chair. He struck the convention with these words: "On behalf of that section of Iowa, which sends democrats to the congress, on behalf of Iowa, democratp who did not receive their political edu cation from Coin's financial schools, I second the nomination of Judge Parker of New York." Richard A. Olncy. F. M. Coekrell and Kdward C. Wall were placed i:i r.c initiation. The night was takL'n up with seconding speeches and nt four o'clock this morr.'.ng the convention was still in pension with little prospect of reaching 3 ballot. it is your ov You can buy Golden Gate High .grade , grocers sell it. 1 and 2 lb. aroma-tight tins. J. A. FOLGER (D. CO. S&a Francitco in Importers cf Floe Coffee tfi ..,,,Wf, ' k.-i'JJwSij'-1 IS (Sps vfs y M tj I 4 Are Yoh J ' I Satisfied J j fey with the coffee you Up H 1 are drinking? If not is n fault. H 1 I! U ft ' ill ' :,'S:vri " I -: -i'Hr&l CLARK-PRATT VE 3 autir Our entire line of colored 25c wash dress goods including lawn?, dimities, linen, etamlnes, etc., is on sale today at Just half price. I2JC A Y Better come in time before the "plums" are gone. I v TH E ARD Ml CZE AMERICAN LEAGUE WASHINGTON, 1; ' At Philadelphia Washington.. .... .. . Philadelphia .. PHIIA., 2. 11. H. Tj.. ......1 9 1 2 8 1 Clarke; Batteries: Townsend and1 Plank and Powers. - BOSTON. 12; NEW YORK. 3. At New York It. H. R. Boston 12 13 1 New York.. ..' 3 9 3 Batteries: Winter and Crlger; Pow ell, Wolfe and McGuire. WESTERN LEAGUE COLO. SPRINGS, 5; DES MOINES. 11. At Colorado Springs R. H. E. Colorado Springs 5 x 12 2 Des Moines 11 10 0 Batteries: Skopec and Baerwald; Herman, Hotter and Towne. e sac E. S. Wakejin Grocer Co. 32? DE LAVAL SEPARATORS : one that can be washed thoroughly clean and that does not clog up during sep aration and one that will separate cold milk as well as warm. There is no Separator that will stand the test years like the De Laval. Sp lay Cjrolciwaters 'en's Socks All 25c and 35c socks today. Pairs for plain black, black lace and fancies are here in all sizes. Do you need any? " BE ST ALWAYS THE BEAR'S STILL BUSY 3 Reasons Why . ear is Busy 1. Your prescriptions are filled hon estly. 2. Good Fresh drugs are sold to you. 3. Kind and cuorteous manners are used in our pharmacy. We deliver goods to al parts of the . city free and promptly from BEAR'S DRUG STORE Cpp. City Hall. 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