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TTITJ ARIZONA " KEPtTBLrCAJT, MONDAY IHORTflNG, JU1YL7 11, 1004
Cm TOWN TOPIC Consteratfnn may le experienced miiiou the Salt Kiver Valley purchas ers over the fact that C. H. Davidson, of Davidson Cash Store fame, has left the country. It Is said, however, annuiR a few that the feeling of alarm is unnecessary, as he will return from tht enrt in a few weeks and that his ierks will not raise prices in his ab . nee. hut keep up the leoord of th" st.tie for selling Broods for cash at prices that paralyze competition. . A Herman gentleman recently pur chased a Hvowning Automatic ' ShoV gun at DavnHon a Caan Store. A lew weeks after purchasing he happened l) the store and said: "Veil I ' bought lat 1'rowny gun I had a hundred dol lar Ureeiier grun, and I dout I vould ju use der Hrowning gun vonce In a vhile. liat neffer saw anything like? dot sun. undt now I think I will neffer ue my Greener gun any more. Dot lirowny gun vos a dandy." An old irald with the bargain hunt ing eye happened in a cash hardware and house furnishing goods store on AVei Washington street the other day i.nd said: "I want to s-ee your ham !u. 'ks. and compressing her lips tight ly, which told the clerk more thin any words of hers could have done, "I: will have to be a bargain If you sell me a hammock." She followed him to the leav of the store. The clerk offered her a seat and began showing her the 1 .rsie and varied line of beauties, nam i ig the prices while he was examining t':;em critically as to strength durabili ty and Wending of color. The clerk iot:rcd thit her face gradually re 1 ix.-d from that "I'll look but I don't think you can please me" expression I. .to one of satisfaction, and finally. she s-lected a hammock that had ample i nni for two. gave her street address inJ asked to have it delivered "in time f'r the eveniny sure." (Continued in our next.) Davidson's Cash, Store Telephone Red 363 GENTLE GRIP GLASSES tlentle ye: firm and wonderfully se- FLire. The "know how" in adjusting does it. The know how and Do in these little thing3 are what makes pleased patrons TTW.WASHG.ST. X PHOENIX COMFORTABLE FEET Any feet can be made bo and kept eo 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 PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cr. Washington and Csntar Cta. Phosnix, A. T. JUST RECEIVED 25c- paper edition of The Choir Invis-IM-, Tli" llenrt of Koine, An ISneiny to 1 ho King, Calumet K. Also in stock at fi.-inic price. The Virginian, Barbara I .add, Hope Luring and The One "Wom an. Add Sc rath for postage if ordered eeut by mail. THE PHOENIX Stationery & News Co. 10 and 12 W. Washington St. Tl. Mala 297. 1 6 u Of Local? Interest. THE WEATHER. Local Dally Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Data for 24 hours ending 3 p. m. yesterday Temperature Departure Departure Since misce 1st of Month Jan. 1, 1904 HA MOBVlI. 90 90 10 3-8 Maximum temperature, 103; mlnt- mum temperature. 73. Average relative humidity, 11 per cent. Total precipitation 0. Character of the day Clear. m. e: blystone. Section Director. HUACHUCA FOREST FIRES Southern Ari7ona newspapers r?p;rt that the fires in the Huachuca moun tains are now under c: ntrol but a larga amour.t of valuable timber was de stroyed. IN A FAIR WAY TO RECOVER John Downen, the motor man who Was hurt on Saturday night by striking his head against a trolley pole and who it was thought was fatally injured is in a fair way to recover. There was a great improvement In his condition yes terday. The injury was a fracture of the skull at the base of 'the brain, on? which is nearly always fatal. The strong constitution of Downen. how ever, promises to pnll him through. WHO'S GOT IT? The owl er -..f the C're?cent chainlesr. bicycle that vvs taken from the Center street s'd?- ol the Hotel -Adpms yesterday wculd very much like to have the p?r.-on who tock it return it to the place he got it from. If he does so quietly and unob?e:ved. there will be no further trouble. But if he is too busy to bring it back ard(f,irri alvd when she refused he attempt will drop a postal card to the owner, he will come after it, bringing along with him an officer and a warrant., TIPPED OVER Thero was a tip over near Five Points Saturday night that was quite exciting for a feA- min utes. A light wagon was being driven by a young lady-in which her mother and farce or four otaers were rid in?. The drivor dropped cne of the lines and in trying to bring the rig tj a standstill she pulled so hard oiy '.he other line that the vehicle was cr.i.rnpe I and over turned. It i3 reported that every occupant was injured slightly but none perionslv. THE NOGALES WAY Anent th question of mid-week holidays it may be of interest ta note the latest custtm inaugurated by the merchants of No gales. They close all the s-teres at neon for a two-hours' siesta, though it is not incumb?nt upen the clerks to sleep un less they want to. They may eat din ner or play baseball or l?ep as the spirit moves them. Ail stores keep open at night till 8:30 and all cloe en Sunday except grocery housf-s which are allowed to keep cpen till 9 o'c'ock. At 10 all clerks are supposed to go to Sunday school, but they dou't do it. A VICTIM OF THE FOURTH One of the unreported accidents of the 4th of July happened to Harold Lount. the little son of "W. B. Lount, who i3 con fined to his bed and it will probably be a month at least before he will be. himself again. On themorning of :hi. Fourth he had a lot of paper caps surh as are used in toy pistols in his trous ers pocket. In some way they .were set on tire and instantly hi3 clothing was in fiames. Fortunately his mother' was nearby and she threw him into the bath tub. It was not thought at first that he 'wr.s seriously injured but tlr next day he complained of a great deal of pain. It was then foun,d that the bairns were much deeper than was at first supposed. BOOSTER'S BANQUET NO. 2 A watermelon banquet in honor of all boosters and their friend:- was given at the Casino" a week" ago yesterd3y. Though thero were lots of mel.ns it was learned before the day was over that the occasion had not been propeny advertised and many boosters in gotd standing were asleep and did r.ot wake up till the affair was ev?r. It wa-? therefore determined to hold an ad journed meeting yesterday which was a success in every re spect. The Casino cellar, had been filled with watermelons tn,iee and the guests ran up into the scores. In fact, it appeared to the management that the tribe of boosters had become notably prolific r else that other peo ple had given the day over to them entirely, for there seemed to be r.o oth er people. HUNTED FOR TROUBLE A Mex ican who was hunting for trouble last niht finally found it. but not till he had gone considerably out cf his way WE HAVE AN EXPERT TYPEWRITER REPAIRER Docs your machine need attention? We sell new and second-hand typewriters. Some bargains this month. Cash or terms. The H.H.HoilGo HEADQUARTERS FOR TYPE WRITERS AND SUPPLIES. to do so. He made a good ftai t by get ting drunk and falling down in th way of Policeman Kaufman who arrest ed him and put him in the mail) c:i rldor of the city Jail. . As rooti as the officer left him he climbed ur on trp of one of the Iron cells,' for w hat pur pose no one can tell ,ur.les3 it was to er.joy the delicious sensation of lolling off to the stone flocr below, which he proceeded to do When he was pIcK ed up he had a ragged gash in h's head, but the wound is not a eet-Rm one. THE HICKL1N TRIAL Story of the Incident That Cost J ad Mnllins His Life, The mystery attending .the killing of Jud Mulllno near Iron Klnj,-. Yavapai county, by Fred Htcklln, June 24. 1 being somewhat cleared up by the trial of Hicklin which is now in progress .n Prescott. It will be remembered that a special grnd jury -was convened to consider the case &i(L that indicttnenU Were not only found against Fred Hicklin, but against his father, J. II. Hi -klin and his sister Florence Hick lin as well. Briefly the story of 'the killing nvas that Mullino and Florence Hicklin had been much in each other's company and it was popularly supposed their marriage -would ultimately follow. The night before the s'aooting they had teen together and after they separated Mi3S Hicklin rpent the night with Miss Eva Marksbury. an intimate friend. The next day Mullino and two friends rode by the Hicklin residence on horseback when Fred Hicklin, who had returned from San Francisco the day befo x, came out of the house and shot Mul lino dead, his sister follswiitg him out and leveling a shot gun -oA. the othe: men warning them not to harm her brother. Mullino had always borne o good reputation and hl3 intimate rela tions. with the family made the inci dent a shocking one and the mo.e my.s terious for the reason that the Hivk lins refused to say' anything ir. justi fication of themselves till the case came to trial. Miss Hicklin's story" on the vitnets stand was that the night before the I killing MuiliiKj had asked her to marry ed to outrage her whereupon Hh screamed and finally subdued her as sailant by trUing him her brother Jim and Miss Marksbury -were approach ing. When the returned home she told the family her story and her brother becoming enraged killed her assailai.t on sigh:. The defense wai insanity and -much testimony was introduced showing- t'ut Hicklin was subject to nervous ypelli and at times irresponsible fr his ac tions. He has been so since . fill down a shaft in the Iron King mine i year or so ago, and it was in :hi hop? of relief fum this injury that h-' went to a San Francisco hospital, ri'iurn ng I because his funds w ere aboui tx- hausted. Thus far the testimony seemed to favor hrm but later Miss Marksbury was plar-ed upon the stand and nor tes timony rather weakened the cas-? Hhu said that she was wit.iin 1ZQ steps uf where the alleged assault tock place! and. did riot hear ;iny screams. She said though that when Mi33 Hickl'n J returned she said she had a quarrel ' with Mullino, that his conduct toward her had not been gentlemanly and that, she was not decided whether she ought to make up with him or not. She did j not. however, mention that Mullino hvij exerted any physical violence toward her. The arguments in the .case "were begun on Saturday. o- i A FREE RAILROAD RIDE FOR YOU. THE EARTH Is a new illustrated i I monthly journal, describing the Great J i Southwest Its publishers generously j offer nearly $3,00 worth of free rail- . I ruad rides for the best photos of South- i western scenes, and the best letters i about that region written by residents thereof. ! Why don't you enter this friendly contest? "Write today to The Earth, 1118 Railway Exchange, Chicago, and learn full particulars. Remember that The Republican's clubbing offers 6till include Success, Thrice a Week New York World and The New York Tribune Farmer. Poor Quality Has Wing's. And flies away almost before you've paid for it. It pays to pay a little more for a shirt, a hat, a tie, or any article and get something good. It will last twice as long, look twice as well, and give ten times more satisfaction than the cheap articles. Our styles are the latest, our stock is large, and we charge just enough to insure good quality. The McDougall & Gassou Go. STYLISH lB H APE-RETAINING , UMMER ' ' -UITS Bearing ttls famoas label St.ylish, because designed by New York an.' London stvle authorities. Shape retaining, because the coat-fronts are protected by hair-cloth and canva3 thoroughly shrunk and shaped by hand. Serviceable, because hand-tailored from double-shrunk foreign and American homespuns, serges, worsteds, and flan nels by the cleverest craftsmen in New YPrk City. Summer Suits (single and double breasted; quarter lined with Bilk or mohair). 10 t0 Guaranteed by us and the makers. For sal" exclusively In this city at this Etore "THE HUB" AGENT td Before Leaving On your Summer va cation you had better take out an Accident Policy. 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 44 North Center Street. 'Phone Main 220. BEADS 1. ; - v4 ia-ih."-, Every color and size under the sun. A great variety of finishing beads. AV'e 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. GRISVYOLD, T h w Bicvcle Mas 1m Arizona agent for the Recycle, the beet and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires and eundrlee. Most complete repair shop la Ui dtx No. 7 and I B. First aTexue. . f Correct 'flctks 'for Afail I II J&Zk Wdt For . jfSL. T -1 Tel. Red 1495- THE -:'1 ' ' ' Does not frighten us. This is the season for yellow shoes and we are ready with splendid lines in the newest shades: . Seal Brown, Champagne, Nut Brown and Grey. Also a fine line 02 ideal hid Oxfords in the new lasts. Take a look at the new styles No use talking,' our shoes are a little nicer, our method of fitting shoes is the best PHOENIX : HARNE N0W 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 on a 40 or 60 acre Improved ranch or 80 to 600 acres of unimproved land. YOU CAN not miss It If you purchase any of the above places at the price they can be secured for now. MONEY to loan on first class real estate secur ity. BIG BARGAIN 160 acres of good land under Buckeye canal 0 acres in cultivation, including 40 inches of water, $2,400. . j E. A. Spanning 41 West Adams Street Opposite Board of Trade. Easteiling&Wliitney Undertakers Successors to A. J. BRADLEY. 21G V. Washington St. Phone Main 84. LmJy attendant. 33S N. PORTER, Saddle and Harness Co. ir,-..- Cirw.rra 142 EAST WASHINGTON. For our make of Arizona Styles of Saddles, Bridles, ' Bits a: d Spurs. Prompt attention te 'mail rdars. UK N. Center St. Tel. Wain 7 3. & Dorris, I Undertakers aad ZmbsJintrs. LADT ATTENDANT. 1 1 YELLOW Dieh! Shoe Co. ADDLERY CO. B argains. 34 and 36 W. Adams St. "REGULAR" r-f4rf , L L . L , i 1 i II WITHOUT BARBS." DE KALB FIELD FENCE FOR HORSES, AND HOGS. Come and see it at . TALBOT . HUBBARD'S tile j:? ' f. FOR. Five room frame dwelling with bath, newly painted and papered and in good repair, with two lots, each 50x150. Plenty of shade. On car line. Has had no sick tenants. Price $1150. Terms: J600 cash, bal- ance to suit at 8 per cent. This place cost $2200. Also & lots in Phoenix Additio $1600 cash. These are offered at a sacrifice, being worth $600 each) e. j. bennitt; 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. m L.i..i.ff?.iwj-..T?af?.TTmr."W-.i"nw.,.!.n f Ban cm FINE INVESTMENT ; Sixty .shares Valley Bank stock. Owner is non-resident. Needs money and must sell. See me QUICK. J. Emest WalRer, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance 07P0SITE 11 tA C CrtTr1 A xr Phene Msin 50 ' C0UBT HOUSE, I-IO 3. OeCOnO W.e-.,. mOaMla. 11 6 THE VALLEY BANK OR PHOUNI X Capital, $100,000. JAS. NEWLAND3, JR., PRESIDENT. . .. E. J. BENNITT, VICE PRESIDENT. W. D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER. : Genpal banking buplneas transacted. Exchangre Issued on all Important cities of the world, ks. DIRECTORS Jas. Nswlands Jr, E. J. Bennitt, J. C. Kirkpstrick, J. C. Wasson, Jos. S. Fifield, Lloyd B. Christy, Ezra W. Thayer. Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, $500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. Wo Solicit Your Eaniiog Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Emll Gn, President. 8. Oberielder, Cashier. ' Got One of Our PERIL SO HOG FEPs'CE. ! II . J L 11 II j Pat. 1893. WITH I3AR13S. in The Soda Wa ter Girl Those goblets of goodness that we sell are gaining po pularity every day. They give joy and gladness as well as cooling comfort, and bring crowd. of customers. Ve usu only pure fruit syrups. - Brisloy Drug Co, , In Hotel Adams SALE . V ... . LflBE as: Surplus, $25,000. Sol. Lewi, Vice-President. J. J. Sweeney, Asa't. CaaMer, Little Home Sfcsi.