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TITE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAX, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1904
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t r.o.-i.U g. It prevents frlc
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tior. r.1 k?p the feet cool and
f r :t '. tLle. If your feet Itch,
tain or tl.v.-r Ju?t try Imperial
I'cx.t I'jvd-r. If you are not
at.! -d w ith it we want to re
turn your ir.or.-y. Price 23c
Cr. Washington and Cantar tta,
Phoanixt A. T.
IN TUCSON rhnor.lt
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RESIDENCE PROPERTY SOLD
Tr.. t. j l!i.t ft 'i.ik. r if vi.-ii!:. in
! -rT. r.is (fT.Cf fulie (OIltillUrB to
! . I.l'.t i-- Yct-i.l .y a i-jiit? was inn
M.H s'.Jr! t '.- .-i; "ha i K. Van 'It
'- r at. ! J.t j h II S: trk. the 1 itlt-r
..'.a.iii.tf :h- iwr.r-il.i .f Mr. 'an
ur '.r'? l.iur r.x m l.ti.k resMTr
if i .:! a' ;l'4 P'8t Fiit-t. more j.ar
: ! t :y .iM-.l.l :i lt C4 ff the
i.hhtn.l a.IijiM'.n. 1'h consideration
v. $7r..t. It in a f huii i l ii Htion and
(..f houe- and Mr. S'asW Xk ts to
.nt'V it vi'h hw fr.ni'y.
FROM PILLAR TO POST That
( ourt of justhe j rsiilt-d over hy Ju.lge
I?.irr.-tt In Iar.per of eviction with
out Vj rroef. of la'.v. Notice was
-rve.! u;n thf court yesterday that
H would have to p-t out. There was
ri trouble between the landlord and
the rmrt: tfeir relations had always
r-f-n rf the friendliest character, hut
a leaf had been effected hv which for
n period of five years the ouarters
which had hf-en dedicated to the dis
pensation of jtitico without substitu
tion, would be ocoui'If-d by the Guaran
ty Pavings nn.l Trust ccmpanv.
W. H. RULE DEAD William II.
Ilule of TucKon. Arizona. cHe.J Pt the
Fister?" h!j.pit;il iri that city cn Satur
day hst. Mr. Uule was CO years of
rue- and was a nitive of Scotland.
When a fmall boy he relieved with his
parents to DeWitt. Iowa, where he re
mained until about 2.1 years spo, when
he came to the Pacific- coast, anil set
tled In Tucson. uliO'f he has lived eve
rince. and was rec-oRni:ed as a Rood
and progressive citizen. He rrprrled in
Tucson a Miss Aneline F. Torbn. and
leaves a widow and two children, a
cirl 12 and a boy 8 years of ace. Mr.
Hule was a successful business man
and had ace umulat-.-d sufficient prop
erty to care for those whom he left
CAPTURE OF SMUGGLERS The
Tnileil Slates authorities have lately
r.iauc a haul of Mexican smuggler
i.cir the line. They ure in Jail at N'o
ir.iUs and Deputy Marshal Hill was
feiit there after them yesterday. The
oflkers have also gathered up at thu
same point a lot of live Chinamen wh.'j
4u tome Into the country unlawfully.
They have ben ordered ueported and
thty and the smuKKlers will be brought
u l to Tucson bv the deputy marshal.
NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of
liie follow liiK corporation v-.?re l.h'U
In the oClce of ihi- county record. -r
y.-st.-rd.iy : The lY.nthliu Oil on!
i;.i loiup.iny. f.ipltaj ;to.-k, f l.((:0.O(lil.
iin-orporalors J. I NoCslnRer and J. P.
A'.irt in : Poweshiek oil and !as coih
l ii. y. capital stock. Jl.OHO.OOU, incor
porators H. Hlcker, A. II. Craver and
I". Cr.iver: M-ndei oil and Gas
mill. any. capita! sto. k, 12.1,000. incor
porator H. Kline. W. Davis and
Nhholi: The Missouri Land and lie
Velopint.'it company. c:iplt::l stock, in
t traced by arnt-ndt d 'iMicles to 53,-
DIED ON A BENCH A Ktranyer
i.i ! I ii iC thro'.iKh the yard of the CVtitriil ,
t hool after ei.iht o'clo -k last night
aw a man llr.f on one of the benches
In a n outbuilding usd by the pupils lor
u dinlric room. There was somethitiK
I rjl flult a'H.ut the ai p.-aiame of the
n an th.it attiaclcd the attention of the
rtrur.gtr and he upi:oached him. He
vn dead. The nui ner alarmed the
i.jglilor In the viiln.il- and th.' Klite
v notll'e d. It v .n found that lh."
l.-d i.i in was l'Jward Urennan, a
M.'i k'u.ith. who hail lived In town for
t . nit y-flve ycirs. II.' was a well
.'. n i harai t-r about the c ity. lie
a a hard dllr.lo-r and It is suposed
tJmt I.I d.-ith wn caused by mingled
I -at and dilrik. Justice Hurnett was
tntif.i'.l and nn Imjuest was lK(fU1,
v. !J h will 1, r included this morninv.
rrmiiiin was i. n 1 I n jf on one of the
!-. he In the biil!.iln at nine o'clock
;-t.-:diy i; r,-r.l!iu i,n 1 was also tcn
thrc iit otl't-r times during: the diy.
He v.i d .w n tow n shortly before
.!nih. N't t lorn at i P.rcnnan fell In
:: of tbe salm.nn one liittht nnl was
t.iktii the Ji.l where for n time It
v n thought he w as dead. He was .1
i.atie of Ireland.
MEANT THE LADIES A few .day
;iCO v. crd via ieelved here from Con-rrr-
th.it the bus ball tfai: if that
Ml it" hall. r;-. d the Phoenix kid
lum t i lay a irame there, they to pay
ntl eTpe-:-s. The fait was niveu due
p-ilil i liy in these columns, though no
p. .y s.-rr.ed to know what the Phoenix
I. i l I' ill team meant, th nigh there are
s diy.en rlnei in this city r.ow. Yes
tt i y Marsh il Kinney icccivd a let
ter f:.rn a frlei.d in 'uiit;ress who x-
II. ilr.ed that the Congress b:ill players
n.eaM the Kids that defeated the I'res-
tt team. That ileared thiiigs uj a
little a:. 1 f,.)we,l that I'nnerevs had
.'ef.rerne to the Phoenix "I-adles" who
not oily .P-featcil the Precott team,
but the Tin s n "gentlemen." Mr. Kin
ney at once telephoned Manager Wal-
!--n of the I.iilies team, hut he re; lied
that ther? was nothing' doinir for them
in Congress; rot next Sunday at any
rate, as the Iailies have a game on
with the Phoenix firemen, who Are
practh injr haul to make It interesting
for them. After the firemen are laid
away, if there are no more grown peo
ple to attract their attention, the Phoe
r.ix D-idles mnv be induied to spank
the Congress kids.
DEATH OF TH0S. J. FERRIS
I- K. Hewins returned home last aiight
from a trip to Camp Creek, brinsrinz
Information of the death of Tliomas
J. I-erris. who pissed away at 6 1 30
ocioi Tuesday at the camp of J. A.
Vlnaon. Mr. Vinson sent u letter
Iowa Fayirg that M.-.' Ferris wa,s
brought to his camp by his son "Will
Ferris about a week ago from the
Verde river where the Fefrises an
- arrlng-tons are interested in the sto-k :
business. will Ferris came on to
Phoenix and his father, who has been I
In poor health i decided to remain!
there for the present. The first nieht
he was In camp he was sleeping on the '
pround w hen it I'.Ined considerably i
f U H APE-RETAINING
Bearing thli Tamaas label I
I C Correct Chtfxs for Men '.,' rfif&lWi
i No Baits
Vfmjgm .11 MILLINERY.
I at i -riX
a fine home at a
HEN your friends are gathered on the porch these warm evenings, you
could find no better way of entertaining them than with a VICTOR
. TALKING MACHINE. You can have a rousing two-step by
Sousa's band or a dreamy waltz" by Prybr's orchestra. Or let them listen to
Calve in Carmen, Plancon in Faust, Jose in some of his popular ballads, selec
tions by the Haydn "quartet, etc. There is no end to the variety of instru
mental and vocal music you can treat tnem to ana
no better way to spend an hour or two in the evening
E. L. Andrews (L Son
Have the largest stock of these goods in the territory, and will
be glad to furnish you with catalogues of machines and music,
Also large stock cf Kodaks, Fhoto Stock, Bibles and Sporting Goods. 28-30 N. FIRST AYE.. PHOENIX, ARIZ.
Everything in the store must go
it greatly reduced prices to make
room for tne new stock which
our buyers are now purchasing
in the East. Come and see
STEIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
SECOND AITS -WASHINGTON 8TS.
Stylish, because designed by New York
nr.'. London stvle authorities. Shape
retoininfr, because the coat-fronts are
I protected by hair-cloth and canvas
thoroughly shrunk and shaped by hand.
Serviceable?, because hand-tailored from
double-shrunk foreign and- American
homespuns, sertp-s, worsteds, and flan
nels by the cleverest craftsmen in New
Summer Suits (single and double
breasted; quarter lined with silk or
mohair). 10 to $25.
Guaranteed by us and the makers. For
sale exc-lusivi'f' in this city at this store
and he took a severe cold followed by ,M
a cohg-estion of the lungs. Mr. Vin- ' M
son said he was given everv nossible
attention and -cared for as tenderly
as though he had been one of his fa
mily. After his death Mr. Vinson was
In somewhat of a dilemma as there
was no other car;p nearby and no wav
to send word In. till Mr. Hewins for
tunately happened to come alonsr. He
informed Will Ferris Immediately upon j
....- oii ixi i unu i rie young man lert as
soon as possible or the body of his
Sunbrights CaL Baby Food will save
your baby. It reduced the mortality
rate in the Foundlings' Home, Sacra
memo, cat., irom 4a to 5 per cent. For
fale by Elvey and Hulett.
Latest Thing Out.
rOR SALE BY
Stationery & News Co,
10 a4 12 W. Washington St.
, Tal. Main 297.
On all CLOTH
Come before the
good ones are all'
THE II. II. McNEIL CO.
126-128 West Washington St.
P. Gordon et al to .Daisy Whip?,
deed, lots 1 and 2, block 22, Montgom
Anicesto Cjuijacla and wife to Cart
lett Heard Dand & Cattle Co., deed.
SV. 1-4 sec. 7, township 1 N, ran-e
Charles Peterson and wife to Clar
ence E. Ice and wife. ir.t i
blo.'k, S, Churchill addition.
Minnie 1-3. Vander Veer and hushond
to Joseph E. Stark and wife. deed, lor
64. Highland addition.
And similar' skin eruptions is assured
absolutely if you wear the refreshing,
Dr.. Deimel Underwear.
It h is all the coolness of linen, Is en
tirely free from offensive Jdors and
can be easily washed without shrink
ing. Our booklets about these garments
may be had free for the asking.
Pofnrn I nnwinrr n
On your Summer va
cation you had better
take out au
We write them
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Drop in our office
aud wc will give you
rates aud full information.
H.I. Latham & Co
Is the time to buy
several pood residences with one, two
and one-half, three, live 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 COO acres of unimproved land.
not miss It If you purchase any of the
above places at the price they can be
secured for now.
to loan on first class real estate secur
ity. BIG BARGAIN
160 acres of good land under Buckeye
canal CO acres in cultivation, including
40 inches of water, J2,40.
IE. A. Spauldiiig
41 West Adams Street
Opposite Board of Trade.
AR OA FN
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW.
TALBOT (SL HUBBARD'S
Rsal Estate, Insurance, Loans
44 North Center Street.
'Phone Main 220.
A. J. BRADLEY.
21G W. Washington St.
Phone Main 84.
& Oassou Co,
30-32 W. Washington Street
is what we want
YOU TO KNOW.
V3 sell only the best gro
ceries and you safe money
by buying from os.
Remember we bare the beef
Teas and Coffees for tbe money.
We deliver you orders very
promptly anywhere In town. Oet
213-220 W.. Washington St.
Fire and Accident
Saddle and Harness Go.
E. J. BENNITT,
16 NORTH CENTER STREET.
142 EAST WASHINGTON.
For our mak of Arizona Styles of
Saddles, Bridles, Bits - and Spurs
Prompt attention to mail order.
I Arizona agent for the Racycle, the
best and easiest riding wheel on earth.
Keeps the largest stock of Tires and
rundile. Moat complete repair shop Ir
tne eUx. No. 7 aa4 I a. First avenue.
118 If. Center St.
T.l. M.ln 79.
Mohfl & Dorris,
UndertiK.rt and Emb.lm.rf.
Now is your opportunity to secure a nice home in
Dennis' Addition at a sacrifice. A nice four room
brick cottage, with good screen porches, city water,
near to car line. Only $750. This offer good for a
short time only.
ij. Ernest WalKer,
Real Estate Loans and Insurance
OPPOSITE C Ca.Anr1 Av Fhc na M.la 30
covet house. r" v o. oecona Ave. oem.
THE VALLEY BANK
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $25,000.
JAS. NEWLAND3, 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. Newlanda Jr., E. J. Bennitt, J. C. Kirkpatrick, J.
C. Waon, Jos. S. Fifiald, Lloyd B. Christy, Ezra W. Thayer.
Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00
Ample Fccllltlei. Coarteoui Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business.
The National Bank of Arizona.
Kmll 6am, President.
8. Oberlelder, Cashier.
Sol. Lewli, Vice-President.
J. J. Sweeney, Au't. Caahier.
Oet Ono of Out L.Itt1e Home Seafen.