THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1904.
THE COMMERCIAL WORLD
CATTLE AND SHEEP.
Chicago, ept. 10. Cattle receipts. SOO;
market steady,' ' good to prime steer?,
$3.13s?5.5; poor to medium, $5.10.r..tr;
stockers and feeders, $2.25Cd 3. SO; cows,
Sl..r0i4.3r; heifers. S.'.OOT.uO; camiei:;,
$i.r,o.'(i2.2'.: bulls. 2.ooTi--l.i:.: calves, $3.r,r,
fti C.r.0: Texas, fed srteers, $3.C0fj 4.40;
MM PEOPLE SUFFER WIT
'N cRESTED IN
if you arc, you should have one of our ath
letic gooda catalogs. It illustrates all that
is latest and best in athletics and parapher
nalia for the gymnasium and athletic games
and sports it's yours for the asking.
WM.H. HOEGEE CO.
StocKs Were Firm in Spite of Realiz
Peruna is Invaluable In Such Cases.
I western steers, $2.7"ii4.60.
Nov.- York, Sipt. 10. As a re auk
largely of heavy profit taking, stocks
moved ratlitr irregularly today, al
though the undertone was undeniably
Sheep receipts. 3.UC8: s-heep and lamb-,
steady: good to choke wethers, $3..W.i
I 4.1,; iair to i iiuice nu.eu, ji o.bu ;
western sheep, $3.0C(IT 4.ir;: native lambs,
$l.C0f.C.i5; western lambs, $l.r0(f T..75. .
J- 5. ' -.iTir CfjCi ' iew V
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There is a
In the family where the wife insists on
the husband going down town for his
It's a family beverage that tastes good
and is good for you.
Phone Main 75
Old's Gasoline Engines
and repair all kinds of machinery.
KUNZ tJROS. & MESS1NGER.
Cor Second and Adama 8 to. Telephone Red 823. PHOENIX, ARIZONA.
Tom's American Kitchen
Formerly of English Kitchen.
Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishea. Private
rooma and family style when desired-. Tom does all his own pastry. For
m good dinner on special occasions or. at ordinary times come to Tom's nw
207 North Center Stre . Phoenix, Arizona.
The Home Savings Hank and Trust Co.
Pays 4 per cent interett on all time deposits. T
Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person
or by mall.
A handsome nickel steel safe In furnished depositor free af
charge. Call at the banking office md learn all about our plan for
snaking savings pay an Income. (
The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co.
ATITHOnrZED CAPITAL. J10O.M0.
CHARLES F. AIXSWORTH, President; R. H. GREENE, Vic .
Pres.; FRANK AINSWORTH, Cashier; V. W. JONES, Asst. Cashier.
DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth. W. C. Foster. R. H. Greene, j
Frank Alnsworth, Harvey J. Lea. i
Tur CiTFJIIITT 1440 Washington Avenue,
vInL OLilULiZ., Denver, Colorado.
A sixty-five room Family Hotel ju.i t built. Now ready for business. Fur
nished elegantly. Elegant suites wf-Ji private Latas, also single rooms, li-jht
and sunny. Take Colfax avenue car.
Broad, Spacious Verandas op Every Floor For Guests.
The New Phoenix Natatorium Club
Will Be Open Sundays .
From 9 a. m.
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, TUCSON
Opens September 15tK.
Enlarged Faculty; new Gymnasium; new courses in
Metallurgy, Chemistry and Engineering; Military
Drill; Athletics; Physical Culture; Shopwork and
Drawing; Sub-collegiate Department. Tuition free to
residents of Arizona; non-residents, $10 a half year.
Room and board, $16 per month.
KENDRIC C. BABCOCK, PRESIDENT.
They cannot be excelled, that's all. "The kind people like."
Fresh candies made daily,
rhone Main 309, No. 5 W. Washington Street.
nottaas, uicycles. XV.
4 - 0 - I 42 S. MAIN ST. 5
122 W. Adams St
H -M h I' i 1
to lO p. in.;
We go there because they have the
best ice cream and sherbets in the
New York, Sepi. 10. Copper, lake
$12.C0-ii 12.73: electrolytic. ?12.G0f; 12.CS;
casting, ?12.7r.fftl2.srj; spelter. $4.s5; lead,
?4.20'4.3ii; !--ilv.r, 5G5; .Mexican dollars,
Chicago, Sept. 10. Uncertainty as to
tie shewing of the forthcoming gov
ernment report les-tricted trailing in
the grain pits today, resulting in p.
foaturelef-s narket. December wheat
opened at HS'sfTi U S!i. ro?e to lCSTk: th
price was forcel up to 109 and the mar
ket closed at li.SVyi s.
Dec ember corn opened at "1 .n T.l'rs,
Fold between :m-A'it, and ul"i and clos
ed at 31.
December oats opened at 32Tii22
sold between 'JZWTt 22"i and dos.-d
at 32 Wi'a.
WHO CANNOT BE CURED.
So uniformly successful bes Dr. Tierce's
Favorite Proscription proven in all forras
Of Female Wenkncss, Prolapsus, or Falling
of Womb, and I-ucorrhea, that, after over
a third of a century's experience in curinof
the worst cases of these distressing and
debilitating ailments. Dr. Pierce tiow feels
fully warranted in offering to pay $500 in
ca:ih for any case of these diseases which
he cannot eure.
It Stands Alon-e. The "Favorite Pre
scription " stands alone, as the one and
only remedy for these distressingly com
mon forms of weakness, possessed of such
positively specific curative properties as to
warrant its makers in proposing, and
binding themselves to. forfeit, as we, the
undersigned proprietors of, that wonderful
remedy hereby do, to pay the sum of $500
in legal money of the United Stales in any
case of the above diseases in which after a.
fair and reasonable trial of our treatment,
we fail 10 cure. No other medicine for
the cure of woman's peculiar ailments is
backed by such a remarkable guarantee ;
no other medicine for woman's ills is pos
sessed of the unparalleled curative prop
erties that would warrant its manufacturers
in making such an offer ; no other remedy
has such a record of cures on which to base
such a remarkable offer. ,
Therefore, insist on having Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and turn your back
on any unscrupulous dealer who would
insult your intelligence by attempting to
foist upon you some inferior substitute,
under the plea that "it is just as Rood."
Insist on having the article which has a
record of a third of a century of cures qud
which is backed by those willing to forfeit
$y if they cannot cure you.
In cases attended by a leucorrheal drain
a .solution of Dr. Pierce's Lotion Table ts
should be used conjointly with the use of
the "Favorite Prescription." They are sold
by all druggists, or sent post-paid 10 any
address, on receipt of 25 cents in stamps.
Send v cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser. Address
World's Dispensary, P.uffulo, N. V.
Weak and 'ick women are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All
correspondence is held as strictly private.
Addicss Dr. R. V Pierce, Buffalo N'. Y.
Dr. rkres's I'ell.ls cure biliousness.
r- - J jugs u
THE ONLY INSTITUTION ON THE
PACIFIC COAST FOR THE CARE
AND SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT OF
CANCEROUS AND SKIN DISEASES.
Large, sunny priVate rooma and
Up-to-date operating room and fully
equipped with X-Ray, High Frequency
Electric machines, Violet Ray, Radium
and all the latest methods for the sci
entific treatment of Cancer and Skin
Each case is treated by the method
that will produce the quickest and
moRt permanent results.
" rAx MM iima-k "
Leo Hileman of the Phoenix post of
fice force has gone to Bloody Basin
for a few weeks' outing.
M. J. Galpin returned homo yester
day from a short business trip to
RISKED HER LIFE TO SAVE KIT
TENS. Miss Mary Clancy c.f 23i3 Cham; a
street 1? seriously ill at her home f:,m
the nervous shock attendant upon her
haivir.g climbed from a third story
window, walked along a Fluky drain
pipe forty feet above the ground and
finally having reached a joint above
the window of her own room, having
climbed down a water pipe and into
her window in the second stoiy.
Mi?s Clancy's thrilling experience i
the result of her solkltude in behalf (f
a cat and bcr family of kittens, whith
were being ubused by some children
living In the gallic house with her. Yes
terday morning her attention was
drawn to the kittens by their pitiful
crie?, and she found that some small
children were 1 laying with thi-m arvl
unwittingly hurting thein. As the i-af-est
place thai, she could think of to
place the kittens she carried thorn up
stairs into an empty third story loom
and proceeded to mak? them comfort
able theie. Turning to go down again
Miss Clancy was alarmed to find that
a catch on :he door had sprrng to and
that rh.' was locked up in a deserted
pait of the house, which was often not
visited lor weeks. Her cries for help
failed to bring any response, as the
hou.-e is large and the thi:d story un
usually high a have the ground. K was
cither neces. ary for Miss Clancy to re
main in the room, taking t'n? chance
that her cries might finally be heard,
or else to attcrnj t the perilous climb
down to her own rc:iri, and she chose
the latter alternative. Swinging cut
of th dormc-r window in the a tile,
she found footing 0,1 a narrow and in
secure galvanized iron rain trough and
proceeded to make l.er way aifu.u the
rear cf the hou:e. Although the cor
nice was oid and thi tb en d to give
way with every step, she managed to
keep from being dizzy by continually
looking upwari".-. I'it.ecn feet of this
I'angeiour- climbing brought her tj
here a water pipe im dow;? the f ide
of the house, jn?si:ig the window of
her own room, and down this the pro
ceeded to .'1 d ?, fi.-.uMy 1 debit' g her ow.i
rocm. where she opened the window
wi.h one hand, holding onto the pipe
with the other, and climbing in fell
exhausted on the floor.
It is perhaps one of the most com
fortable things in lifs tliat a man's idea
of what constitutes success chan.; as
he rrrows older. Atchison Globe.
Hundreds of lives saved every year
ty having Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil in
tile house just when it is needed. Cures
croup, heals burns, cuts, wounds of
When we see a gill with hand mad
embroidery on the inst?n of her hose
i we wonder if there are holes in the
reeis. Atchison Glo'oe.
Every part of the mucous membrane,
the nose, 'throat, ears, head and lung',
etc., are. subjected to disease and blight
from neglected colds. Ballard's Hore
hound Syrup is a pleasant and effec
tive remedy. 23c. 50c, $1.00. W. Aken
driek. Valley Mills, Texas, writes: "I
have used Ballard's Horehound Syrun
for coughs and throat troubles; it is
a pleasant and most effective remedy."
Sold by Elvey and Hulett.
i'-ith. Hope and Charity should
crowd closer and make room for Gra
titude. Atchison Globe.
Energy all gone? Headache? Sto
mach out of order. Simply a case of
torpid liver. Burddkk Blood Bitters
will make a new man or woman 0
Show some people real diamonds and
they will insist they are glass.
Made to order or a fine line of
aand made trunks in stock. Suit
oases, bags, straps, etc. Keys
fitted. Old trunks taken In en
chanre. 'Phone red 3i4.
PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY,
431 W. Waahlngton St
IS ILLUSTRATED AND
CONTAINS MERCHANDISE SAMPLES
SEND YGUR ADDRESS
ON POSTAL CARD
TRED R. PENNELL.
Pc-rur.a Creating a N'ationa!
Sensation in ti?c Cure cf
Chronic Ailments of
Fred H. Pennell, I'iauist, Grand Opera
House-, Hot Springs, Ark., writes:
"Two years ago 1 came to Hot Springs
to lake the baths and be treated for
bladder nnd kidney trouble. After
spending two months here under the
ciireofonc of the most prcm:nent phy
sicians and receiving littio or no lncfit,
I va-i persuaded to try Fcruna. I h"d
little faith in it, Lut after using one l.oi
t'.e I noticed a marked Improver.'.? at
Threo lK.ttles entirely cured me. I cj.i
cheerful'' recommend l'eruna to any ono
aHictcd us I was." Fred Ti. Feiuie:!.
Thorn :.3 I.I. Hicks, 1131 Vith Bt., Lcxils-
vil le, Ky ., viitos :
"ITeglecled colds, irregular hsuils r.r.d
OTrwo: k brought on serious kidney
-1 l.iirhler ironhle. Mv blood .c:r-d
A good many so-called matrimonial
knots turn out to be serious tangles.
V.'e are told that "accidents will hap
pen in the best-regulated families."
theic-forc it is up the wise guy to
avoid families of that particular brand.
W. II. Harrison. C'l.n-o-lan.i. Miss.,
writes, Aug. 13, 1D02: "I want to s.iy
a word of praise for l'.aliard's Snow
Liniment. 1 stepped on a nail, which
caused the cords in my le to contra, t
and an abscess to rise in my knee, and
the doctor told me that I would have
a stiff leg, so one day I 'went to J. V.
Lord's drug store (who is now in Den
ver, C?olo.) He recommended a bottle
of Snow Liniment; I got a T0c sk'.e,
and it cured my leg. It is the best lin
iment in the world.
ABSCESSES, w ith few exce; ions,
are indicative of constipation or deb!l
ity. They may, however, result from
blows or from foreign bodies, introduc
ed into the skin or flesh, such as splin
ters, thorns, etc. Sold by Llvey and
TT wishes wera mules beggars might
have more kicks coming. Chicago
S. A. Head, Cisco, Tex.is, writer,
Ivlarch 11, 1301: "My wrist van
sprained so badly by a fall that it was
useless; and after using several rem
edies ithat failed to give relief, usd
Uallard's Snow Liniment, and was
cured. I earnestly recommend it to
any one suffering from sprains. 2-jc,
50c, J1.00. Sold by Elvey and Hulett.
Agratuiiious fal.-eh.ood is one that
ives itself away. Chicago News.
Flump cheekc, flushed with the soft
glow of health, and a pure complex
ion, make all women beautiful. Tak
a small dose of Ileaidno after each
meal; it will prevent constipation nnd
help digest what you have eaten. ")
Mrs. W-m. M. Stroud, Midlothian. Tex
as, writes. May 31, 1901: "We hava
used Herbine in our family for eight
years, and found it the best medicine
we ever used for constipation, bilious
fever r.nd malaria." Sold by Elvey
Taffy is the principal ing
an epitaph. Chicago News.
DOCTORS ENDORSE HERPIC1DE.
3ecause lt Formula is Submitted to
Alexander McMillan. I.L D.. a prom
inent physician of Lansing. Michigm.
writes: "On three cases I have tested
Herpicide for dandruff and the result
has been all that could be desired."
Herpicide is made upon an entirely
new principle, that is, that dandruff
and falling hair are caused from a mi
crobe that Infests the hair bulb, .'.nd.
by ciestroyin'g the microbe one's hau
ls bound to grow luxuriantly. Homi
cide is the only hair remedy, thai,
claims to, and rer.ily doe3, destroy th
dandruff germs. '
Sold by leading drugg'str. Send '()
in stamps for sample to The Herpicid-'
Co., Detroit, Mich. Wakelin's phar
macy, special agents.
.V'l-V-l;; :.'.!;;!.:: .s.
V,X, ;--,' ' '' few ; , v 1
Thomas M. Hicks. :
inilatncd with poison, rr.y stoma -h
tccajr.3 entirely d mcraiiz' d, a r.ad
eclor ctnanati-d frotn my urin, md 1
realized I was a sick man. Tbed.-e-trr?
dosed mo to their heartY- eonti-nt,
but 1 kept growing vore. Ti en :'i.r
tuno! brought IVruna to my notice
and 1 at once Iwgan to lnend. I !:-p:
taking it for live months lef.ire 1 v. a
cornplctelycurcil. I feci now that 1
ore my lifo to rerun a and will never
case to b3 grateful." Thomas M.
S. Ti. Ilarle, Superi::t nt!' nt cf
Fdrccts, Jacksonvill", Fi:i.. v. :;t s:
"I am a firm lielicvc r i:i IVriiTia.
1 find that it ha.-; been cf prac.ieal
benefit tianumber of the Uien em
ploye', in t:?e Street ricar.in:: IVpart.
mr.t in city of Jack, onville.
T':ey ore espec-ially exposed to th
iriCclan r;ey of t!ie wca'licr t::d r
nundier who caught cold, v. hien Liter
developc d into pneumonia, kidv.. y J
liver trou !i!e,yere cured t!rrou;:!i tin O
U';c of Perur.a." K. L. Ilarlc, S;:;.or:n
tr.dont of Strett.
Jf you uo cot ccrive prompt atid satis -
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