TITE ARIZONA REPtT5LTCAX, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1904
01" ISTESEST TO CASH PAYING
C. It. Ii.iri.lson is e.ist taking in the
t. Uui I'air, but most of his time
v4il r -iuioa iirei:inng for the
J-ji mil Winter business by securing
U"Stiii of rvery di-partnu'nt. Thei'e
! lr fjtuy Limns galore. A large
of f.in- c'.iina crorkury. The
hM!v. :Tf .-rut kitchen utensil ilopart
jnciil nitt l- replenished with the
laeil nvHUe. I" fact Davidson's
Cai Htre will be thoroughly organ
ise 1 tr .-pins up the campaign of
rui.rtiiiT thr people of the Salt
3t.r Valley to the- iJoa of trading
01 te Vg etore of bargains for spot
JUi J-Sumr. r las here with all its
SP?i. heat and we are wondering
ho. many Kve prepared for it prop
erly. Tnere are a number of things
tVttt an be done to make the Summer
Beie ia uncomfortable. A good
S ret-n hoj.v or poivh, so one can
sle-v out, in ssential. Wire cloth
can b '-cureii at reasonable prices at
Davidson's C'ah Store. i
Then therv is the kitchen, made so
hot with the hot cook stove or range.
The punha.se f an Insurance Gaso
line prove, which is absolutely safe
In the hand of the most mischievous
child, will cliinii.ate all the discom
fort derived from the hot wood cook
siove, and keep the kitchen as kool
as- ttie parlor.
CALL AND SEE INSURANCE
GASOLINE STOVES AT DAVID
SON'S CASH STORE FROM $11.00
Tiire are quite a number of Phoe
vc'ople who prefer going to the
f.. ; !;;!! of Arizona for their Sum
r,.r ;:!iisr. where t'.ie air is rare and
r. .mj the pceiiery is beautiful. In
t'ki'tf the trips a camp outfit is
n- vH.iry tents, cots, camp stoves,
)r-n-h4ilh'l knives and forks, fry
sums, ammunition, etc. It will
pijr iHi.le planning camping trips to
b (- ihrir camp outfit at Lavidson'3
Telephone Red 363
Hir constant aim is accuracy.
Th.v.'s what yea want in eye work,
IVrfectly fitting lenses in properly
.:dj is-.c-d fr.tniD cr mountings.
Lenses thjt remove all strain, make
vision clear and bright, reading and
lo- wyrk a comfort and pleasure.
1 -Yanies ;nl mountings tliut are
lieal in 1 symmetrical.
In f.ut Uteres that are
That s ju.'.t the kind v.e fit.
LEADING )yX -ll
Any feet can be made bo and
kept so by dusting a little Im
perial Foot Towder In the shoes .
ach 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 Fowder. If you are not
satisfied with it we want to re
turn your money. Price 25c
Cr. Washington and Cantar Sta.
Phoanix, A. T.
Stationery & News Co.
ID and 12 W. Washington SU
!!. Main 297.
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PI I' V
Local Daily Weather Report for The
Forecast for today Local thunder
Lxata for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yes
Temperature DepHrtura Departure
lit ol Mouth Jan. 1, 1904
92 89 -M -f288
Maximum temperature, 103; mlni
mum temperature, 82.
Average relative humidity, 42 per
Total precipitation, T.
Character of the day Partly cloudy.
At. E. BLYSTONE,
A NEW NOTARY A notarial com
mission was issued yesterday, to Thom
as Fly in of Flagstaff.
LEFT LAST NIGHT Dr. J. M.
Swetnam left on last night's M. & P.
train for a vacation cf about five weeks
in California. After visiting th? coast
resorts . he expec ts to attend the
Knights Templars conclave in San
BOUGHT A HOME D. P. Clanton
of Buckeye has bought through the
p.gency of V. K. Ja.mes a lot and fix
room house at number 830 north Third
street. The house is a modern and well
constructed building, four of the rooms
being of brick and the consideration
was $S50. Mr. Clanton desired the prop
erty for a heme place that his children
might have the benefit of the city
NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of
the following corporations were filed
in the oifice of the county recorder yes
terday: The Osage Oil company, capi
tal stock. $1, 000,000, incorporators I.
E. F. McC.ee and J. J. Shea: The West-
.'ern Oil and Has company, capital stock.
$7Q0,OOO, inrorporitors C. A. Smith, X.
Fox and G. S.. Martin. Amended ar
ticles were filed of the Tuxiepec 'De
velopment company changing the capi
tal stock to $100,000 and limiting tho
provision for indebtedness of the com
pany. THEFT OF A FAN Yesterday
morning a stranger stole a fan out oZ
one cf the rooms of the Anheiiser sa
loon. He took it to Harry Friedman
and represented that he had been us
ing to California. He offered it for the
not need it any longer as he was go
ing to aliCfornia. He offered it for the
attractive price of $5 and Mr. Fried
man took it. Not long after that it
was missed from the saloon and it was
quickly followed to the pawn shop. The
thief was located at Tempe last night
and was arrested by Constable Red
wine. He gave the name of Powers.
FREE BRONCO EXHIBITION An
elderly Mexican by the name of
Baldenegro gave, a free bronco
busting exhibition yesterday afternoon
on Center street. He rode a bronco
horse into town, the animal acting very
decently under the .saddle. But Bald
enegro pawned the saddle to Harry
Friedman, which fact peemed to touch
the bronco's pride and when Baldene
gro mounted him to ride home bare
back, or rather on a saddle bla"V
there was instant trouble. The bron
co bucked all over the street till h
finally unhorsed thj rider who fell in
a stunned condition and remained so
till the bystai-flers carried him to thfc
sidew ilk. The horse tried to run
away but was caught about a blocic
flown the street. The old man event
ually recovered himself and took the
horse home. But he didn't ride.
DESERT INHABITANTS HARD
PnESSED Farmers and fruit raisers
who live on the edge cf the cultivated
lands of the valley, bordering the de
serts, report that the recent rains were
a benefit to them in another way than
the simple wetting of the ground and
the watering of their crops. 'They
say the rabbits, chipmunks and other
small desert animals were becoming a
serious menace to trees and certain
crops. It had become so dry on th"
desert that even the brush, trees and
other plant life on which the desert In
habitants usually subsist were practi
cally dead or killed back to the root3
so there was nothing green for them
to eat and. as a result they "were in
vading the farms in great number".
The rabbits, at least, were more num
erous In the cultivated areas than ever
noted before, and were especially
harmful in the orchards.
STILL ON MAIN LI N E Phoenix M
still on the main line of the Santa Fe
and nobody can tell ex.ictly how long
she will remain so. It altogether de
pends on the weather for the condition
or the real main line In northern Ari
zona, with all its temporary" work in
repairing the first big washoiit ,is such
On kll CLOTH
Come before the
good ones are all
gone. : : : . : :
THE II. H; McNElL CO.
126-128 West Wahington St
To P.orryhill's for a drink of soda
water. We always go there for their
drinks are always so old and refresh
Ing no matter what drink you call for.
Then too they use only the best crush
ed fruits and fruit Juices money can
buy. They don't figure on the cost
but the quality. ' Then too everything
is so nice and clean around their foun
tain and everything In plain sight.
The Berry hill -Co.
Car. Washington and Firt Su.
DR. FRANK V. WOODWARD
Room 5 and 6 NICHOLSON BLOCK
Oppoiita tha American Kitehan
that every little flood knocks Holes In
the road bed. It was announced yes
terday morning that the last overldnd
train would pass over the S. F. P. & P.
yesterday morning and at the time the j
announcement was made. U was jus
tified by conditions. But before that
train had reached Phoenix yeeterdiy
morning another little washout occur
red that necessitated sending thf
rains this way for another day. Th
train that was due here last lught. ac
cording to the improvised scheduli-,
did not come for the reason that it
was Ftarted the other way before the
last washout, as was the missing train
of the day before, but there will be
another west bound train through here
this morning and another this after
ALL MUST PAY NOW District
Attorney Bake- ves'erday Instructed
Recorder McFal! regarding the charges
to be made for cer;ified copies issue 1
out of hl ofllce. This matter was r.
ferred to a couple of days ago In con
nection with the report of George A.
Mintz who had been appointed by tho
board of supervisors .to make a spe
cial investigation of the oflice of the
recorder. It was 9hown that th:".!
was about $200 in fees which tho re
corder might have turned in
but which it appeared he had not
charged for certified copies.. It ap
peared that t'.it partios for whom tho
certification had been made had fur
nished their own copies. The law
anyhow was not very clear and in some
pases the office of the recorder had
made copies without making any
charge. Under the instructions of
the district attorney, everything will
have to be charged for. There will be
a charge of twenty cents a folio for
making copies and in case persons fur
nish their own copies there will be a
charge of seventy-five cents for certi
fication. MORNING STAR DAIRY.
Driver of above dairy has "J'lmpo'J
his Job," leaving records in such shape
as 'to make delivery difficult and in
some cases impossible.
If patrons will kindly drop a card to
the undersigned, delivery of milk will
be made at or.ce.
' J. H. ItHOADS,
P.. F. IX, No. L
A BRIDGE GAVE WAY
The North Bound Passenger Tester
day Detained at SKnll Valley.
Bridge No. 130 on the Santa Fe.
Pfrescott and Phoenix, Just on the
other side of Skull valley gave way on
Wednesday night, -weakened by the
recent heavy rauis in; tha; pait of the
country. Helper engine No. 52 was
derailed at that point and the tender
broke loose and rolled down the em
One of the bents of the bridge gave
way arid ita collapse caused the fall
ing of others. A strong force cf men
was employed in repairing the damage
but the north bound passenger train
out of here yesterday morning was de
layed at Skull Valley all day. - -. ,
It was believed ut the offlee of tho
Santa Fe last night that the crossing
had been restored for the south bound
passenger train -was reported to be on
time. ' - -
The passengers who were held up Ut
Skull Valley really lost no time on ac
count of the collapse of the bridge for
the reason that later washouts- on the
main line -made the detouring of trains
necessary again. '4
Intelligent- people are beginning to
realize the Importance of wearing tho
right kind of underclothing. " Not -only
does it effect bodily comfort, but phy
sicians declare it to be an important
factor in the. treatment . of , catarrh,
rheumatism and nervous disorders.
Dr. Deimel Underwear
Is pre-eminently the Ideal undercloth
ing of today, and Its wear Will do much
to keep tho body healthy and vigor
. Our booklet mailed free on request.
& Gassou Co.
30-32 W. Washington Street
Bearing thl fa"mau labal
Grrcct Clotfcs far fikn
Stylish, because designed by New York
anS London style authorities. . Shape
retaining, because the coat-fronts are
protected by hair-cloth and canvas
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
Summef Suits (single and double
breasted; quarter lined with silk or
mohair). $10 to 925. .
Guaranteed by us and the makers. For
Bale exclusively in this city at this store
For correct prescription work try
Dowd's the little drug store with the
little prices. Opera bouse block.
Women and glrla who have bn un
fortunate and are In need of a home
and friends can find them by address
ing Crittenton Home, Hlsnland addi
tion. Phoenix, Arlzo.
Strangers In Phoenix It will pay you
to look up Dowd's, the little drug store
with the little prices. Opera House block
Remember that The P.epublican'e
clubbing offers still Include Success,
Thrice a Week Xew.Ytrk World and
The New York Tribune Farmer.
A man likes to get his wife in an au
tomobile fjid then run it so, fast that
Fhe,i3 frightened speechless. Chicago
News. .-' " '
, On your Summer va
cation you had better
take out an
We write them
I FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Drop in our office
and we will give you
rates and full infor-..
H.I. Latham &Co
Heal Estate, Insurance, Loans
44 North Center Street.
'Phone Main 220.
la Arizona agent for the.Racycla, tha
best and easiest riding- wheel on earth.
Keeps the largest stock of Tires and
sundries. Most complete repair shop In
taa alt. Hoe. 7 aad g. First ayeBU.
WHEN 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 Pryor'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
Also large stock of Kodaks, Fhoto
No -Baits All Barg'adms
Every tHing in tHe store must go
at greatly reduced prices to make
room for tHe new stock which
our buyers are now purchasing
in tHe Bast. Come and see
Is the time to buy a fine home at a
sertral pood residences -with one, two
and one-half, three, five or ten acrea
of W-ll Improved land to each place.
and some of them are exceptional bar
grains. I BELIEVE
I have the best 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 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 60 acres in cultivation. Including
40 Inches of water, $2,409.
E A. Spaulding
41 West Adams Street
Opposite Board of Trade.
A. J. BRADLEY,
216 W. Washington St.
Ph6n Main 84.
Saddle and Harness Go.
142 EAST WASHINGTON.
For our make of Arizona Styles of
Saddles, Bridles, Bits and Spurs.
prompt attentibn to mail order.
H8 W. Center St. Tel. WIa 7.
Jllolin & Dorris,
UaderUkeri aa4 Embalaaert.
N 0 W f;
mental and vocal music you can treat them to and
no better way to spend an hour or two in the evening
E. L. Andrews (St Son
Have the largest stock of these goods in the territory, and will
be glad to furnish you with catalogues of machines and music,
Stock, Bicyles and Sporting Goods. 28
SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE
SECOND AND WASHINGTON 8TB.
At Talbot . Hubbard's
For Sale and for Rent
In SALT, MARICOPA
dnd ARIZONA Canals
E. J, BEN N I T T ,
L i6 NORTH CENTER STREET.
ITir i in mi i in ii n ii i ii ii ii i i i in ii ii i
For Sale. or Exchange
A 7-room two story frame house with all modern im
provements. Will sell or trade for ranch
property near Phoenix.
J. Ernest Walker,
R.eal Estate, Loans and Insurance
comiwhFse. 14-16 S. Second Ave. ""owil5
THE VALLEY BANK
O f P H O B N 1 X
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $25,000.
JAS. NEWLANDS, JR., PRESIDENT.
E. J. BENNITT, VICE PRESIDENT.
W. D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.
LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER.
General banking business transacted. Exchange Untied on all
Unportant cities ot the -world, -i . '
DIRECTORS Jas. Nawlands Jr E. J. Bennitt, J. C. Kirkpatrick, J.'
C. Wesson, Jos. 8. Fifield, Lloyd B. Christy, Ezra W. Thsyer.
Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00
Deposits, $500,000.00 .
Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Sollcit Your Biinklng Business.
The National Bank of Arizona.
Emll Ga.nx. PrpnlclonL
8. Oberlelder, Cashier.
Got On of Our
- 30 N. FIRST AVE.. PHOENIX, ARIZ.
Bol. Lewis, Vice-President.
J. J. Sweeney, Au't Cashier.
L,!ttle Home Hates.
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