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THE ARIZONA ISUl'UJILilCAS, SATUUUAX MOUNINO, SISI'TKAl JSHU J, fjoo
AN OPEN LETTER
TEN
I GOOD
LOCAL
HI INTEREST
Just Itx
Balls, Racquets, Tapes,
MarKers
I i i m l tn lr 1 i mi ii n i r - I I m L J &
To tlie Ranchers of
Maricopa County
Gentlemen
You are all interested in the matter
of water for irrigation purposes and
'anxious to secure plenty of it at as low
a rate as possible. Every citizen in
Jhis county, whether he is a merchant
or doctor, or capitalist or laboring
man, should be just as deeply inter
ested, for on your prosperity depends
his prosperity. There is one thing that
will help you in increasing your pros
perity, and that is to increase the pur
chasing power of your receipts from
the sale of products by buying as many
goods as possible with the money.
When you come to Phoenix to buy
hardware,- barbwire, tools, a cooking
range, or dishes or cooking utensils,
visit the Cash Store Davidson's Cash
Store 114 to 118 West Washington St.,
Phoenix, opposite the court house, and
see their big line of more than 10,000
different articles in hardware tools, roll
duck, crockery, glassware, stationary,
notions, tons, barbwire, steel ranges,
lamps, etc. It will pay you. We want
your patronage.
Nice big palm leaf fans free at
DAVIDSONS
CAvSH STORE
Phoenix. A. T.
PHONE RED 363.
Stolen
Eyesight
Procrastination is the thief of time,
hut a thief that cannot be called to ac
count for his misdoings. Guard well
jour eyes by the best sentinel known
Properly Pitted
Glasses
Proper glasses cost little more money
than improper ones. They certainly
cost niuh less eye-strain. And the
satisfaction knowing you have the
right ones is worth more than the
money difference.
ARiZ0NA5i
pPTlCIAN
LCAUmU til
V 1 fc. Jl 1, "
mm
PHOENIX
Be Good
To Your Feet
They are hardworking and willing
servants and the duty they perform
is so important to your comfort and
welfare that it pays to keep them
In the best of condition. When they
itch, burn, smart, swell or perspire
freely, sprinkle Imperial Foot Pow
der in your shoes once or twice a
day. It is cooling, soothing and
healing. Makes you forget your
feet and helps you to be more com
fortable in every way.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Larson Drug Co.
Center and Washington
For a
First Class
TRUNK
go
to
PHOENIX
TRUNK FACTORY
Bed 391 433 W. Wab
YOU
will have but one regret
after trying our laundry
work:
That you did not try It Sooner.
DON T WAIT!
TRY IT NOW!
riione o)
Arizona Laundry
8p
THE WEATHER.
Lacal
Daily Weather Repari far The
Arizona Republican.
Forecast for today Fair.
6:3ft
a. m.
70
3:30
p. ni.
2!I.S4
94
40
lti
w.
Barometer, tiii'hi's
Temperature, degrees .
Dew point, degrees 54
Humidity, per cent 58
Wind direction K.
Wind velocity miles 3
Rainfall, inches T.
Weather Clear. Pt.
0
Cloudy.
Mean daily humidity St
Mean daily temperature 1
Highest temperature !5
Lowest temperature 67
Total daily rainfall Trace
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 27 degrees.
Accumulated excess in rainfall since
January 1, 0.24 inch.
Li. N. JESUNOFSKY,
Section lDrector.
8ANTA
FE TIME TABLE.
PHOESIX
CITT TIMB
Departure Ariiral
The Diamond Jo." for
Wukenburg, Salome, t on
cress, Prescott, Jerome,
Ash Fork, Denver, Kansas
City, Chicago, Los Angeles.
Coronado and San Fran
cisco 12 : 1" a.m. 2:'J0 a.m.
"The Daylight Express"
for Wlckenburg, Con
gress. Prescott, Ash Fork
and East
8:20 a m. 3 :15 p.m.
"The Coast Limited" for
Wickenburg, Salome, Con
gress, Prescott, Ash Fork
Los Angeles, Coronado
and San Francisco '1:30 .m. 8:1" p.m.
Mesa and Tempe fiiloa.m. 8:la.m.
11 a.m. 1.2." p.m
4:50 p.m. 6:25 p.m.
Florence, Kelvin, Wirikel-
man U :25a. m. 1:25 p.m
Iaily, except Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Tuesdays and S-aturdays onlv
A FROST IN AUGUST It is not of
ten this part of Arizona is visited by a
frost in August, but such an inilent
occurred yesterday. It is a son. born
into the household of Mr. and M.s. i".
L. Frost, who reside in the ease j'art
of town.
JUDGE JOHNSTONE'S COURT
Five offenders appeared before Judge
Johnstone yesterday, charged with dis
turbing the peace. They were Juan
Robles, Florentina Livas, Esteban Va- j
lencia, T. Medina and Antonio Ybarra. I
Each was sent to the county jail for j
seven days.
A GROWING INDUSTRY Yester
day closed the biggest month of Au
gust in the history of the auditor's of
lice since the incorporating business
has been handled by that official. The
total of fee collections for the month
was $4 14 6. 'JO. This is $18ipft better than
any preceding August.
WILL ARRIVE SUNDAY A tele
gram was received in the .city yester
day from Dr. Craig, saying he would
arrive here Sunday morning. He has
been absent from the city for several
weeks, during which time he was in
Chicago for the greater poition of the
time taking a post-graduate course at
a hospital.
VACATION SHORTENED H. L.
Maraman, manager of the postotfice
curio, accompanied by his family, re
turned to the city yesterday from
southern California, where they have
been on a vacation visit. It was their
plan to remain several weeks longer,
but Mrs. Maraman contracted a very
severe cold, which made for her the
climate of Phoenix attractive.
PROMPTNESS IS URGED It is
urged upon all the teachers who pro
pose to take the examination at the
Central school building here on Sep
tember 4 that they make It a point to
be on hand promptly at 8:30 o'clock in
the morning. The examination will be
gin sharp at that hour, and it is de
sirable that every teacher be on time,
for spelling will be the first course
taken up.
NOTED GREAT CHANGES Char
les Rodig, an old-time resilient of this
city, has returned from Los Angeles,
where he had been on a vacation trip.
It was the first visit Mr. Rodig had
made to the coast in twenty-four
years, and he found the city of Los
Angeles, with which he was at one
time very familiar, entirely changed. I
These conditions made the trip for j
him a double interesting one. i
A MISQUOTED HOTEL CLERK A
stoiy was given publicity yesterday
which told of the movements and af
fairs of a Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marble
of Colorado Springs and W. C Gillette
of this city, covering a ieriod of sev
eral months past. The item in which
the story was told contained the state
ment that Maible had threatened to
kill Gillette one night when both occu
pied a room at the Ford. The intima
tion was made in the article that the
SCHOOL
DESKS
BLACK
BOARDS
MAPS
And all supplies at the large school
supply house.
THE
H. K. HEIL GO.
Printers and Stationers.
The House
Men's, Tog'g'ery Sale
"Tvi' ...
MAIL ORDERS
FILLED PROMPTLY
SUITS Men's two-piece suits.
These are equally appropriate for
business o- recreation liberal as
sortment of patterns either single
or douDle breasted style all sizes.
The reg
jular $18.00 and JQ
$20.00 ki
While the $22.50 and
$25 kind co at
$15.00
VOGUE PANTS Fairly good as
sortment of patterns fair line of
sizes. These are tweeds and wor
steds good wearers keep their
shape and sell regularly at $3.50,
$4.00 and $5.00, but now
ex-specially priced at
$2.75
OXFORDS or Shoes. These are canvas, with "elk" soles stylish, serv
iceable and comfortable just the shoe till cold weather comes. They get
your feet in condition for the heavier winter shoe. These are
the usual $2.00 and $2.50 kind ex-specially priced at
clerk. W. 11. Arguello, had overheard
a iiuarrel between the two men. Mr.
Arguello last evening denied that he
had lieaid any ijuarrel or in any way
knew anything about the story of the
affairs of Mr. and Mrs. Mai Me or of
Mr. Gillette, or that (ih had told any
body that he did. He says, moreover,
that if he had known of such an inci
dent it is not likely he would have
given the matter publicity, for one of
tlie first things a hotel man must learn
is to believe nothing he hears and only
half what he sees.
COMMITTEE MEETING This af
ternoon, at the office, of Shirley Christy,
oer the I'nion Bank & Tiust com
pany, a meeting of the republican
county central committee will be held
for the purpose of choosing the dele
gates to represent the party in this
county at the territorial convention to
be held in Hisbee on September fith.
Theie has been great rivalry among
the members of the party throughout
the county over who shall compose the
delegation, and a large attendance of
the committee is anticipated.
HAMILTON-FISKE Cards were
leceived in the city yesterday an
nouncing the marriage at G!be of
Stephen Lewis Hamilton to Fannie
Mae Fiske. The r-eremony was per
formed at the home of the bride's
mother on Wednesday, August L'l'. The
groom is a well known youug man of
this city and a member of the firm of
Hamilton Urns. piano tuners. The
biide has made Globe her home for a
number of years. She is a sister of
Mrs. J. H. Hamill. wife of the editor
of the Globe Silver I'elt. The couple
will shortly arrive in Phoenix and be
at home to their friends after October
1st at 91:2 East Garfield street.
A DANGEROUS PRACTICE For a
long time past a number of boys have
made it i regular practice to utilize
the Hr ill addition and Indian school
cars as playthings on First street, be
tween Adams and Washington. They
jump on the moving cars and off again
at pleasure, sometimes pus'iing each
other off while the cars ait- in motion.
There are no conductors on these cars,
and the motorman cannot give the boys
ail of bis attention. Some day. if the
practice is continued, there will be a
j tragedy and the blame will be laid ev
ict where except wheie it belongs. The
j puI-cl cannot watch the cars ail the
time, and parents who suspect their
children of being among the number
rhoVio take the matter up with them.
o
Here you are, a half pound box of
Donofrio's Crystallized Cactus Candy
delivered to your door for 35 cents.
Donofrio C. C. Co;. Phoenix.
NONE FIT LIKE OURS.
THE
LAST
DAY ot
SUIT SACRIFICING
This is the
last day of our
' two-piece suit
sale.
Note
prices:
$28
$25
SUITS
NOW
$17.50
$23
$22
SUITS
NOW
$15.00
SUITS
NOW
$12.50
SUITS
NOW
$10.00
$20
$18
$15
The McDougall & Gassou
Company. 3Q-32 W. Washington
1
Mr
That Makes Good
VOU'LL FIND some
thing in the follow
ing j-ou need, and at a
price you little thought
you could purchase it at.
This is a seasonable sale
of high quality merchan
dise at low prices to carry
you over till time to do
your winter shopping.
WHITE CRUSHERS Novel and
nobby the only hat for early fall
cool and dressy a variety of shapes
assorted bands they're nifty new
but we've cut the orice in two.
Regularly they're $2.00, $2.50 and
$3.00. Now especially
priced at
$1.50
SHIRTS Light or dark shades in
a variety of patterns bosoms
pieated or plain cuffs attached or
detached made of linen, madras
and percale dressy, serviceable
shirts the $1.25 and $1.50
95c
kind ex-specially priced at.
$1.15 J
HAGUE BAStDALL GAMES
Scores
Made Yesterday Where
Best Teams Play.
the
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At Philadelphia
Xew York
Philadelphia
Batteries: Ames and Smith;
H. E.
2 i
4 S 1
Ritchie
and Donovan.
At St. Louis R. H
E.
St. Louis r, i,-,
Pittsburg 7 13 0
Batteries: Rhoades. Higgins and
Marshall: Manske, Willis and Peitz.
At ( 'hicatjo R. H. E.
Chicago S 11 1
Cincinnati 1 6 1
Batteries: Overall and Kling;
Weimer and Livingston.
At Brooklyn R. II. E.
Boston 5 11 6
Brooklyn H 11 'j
Batteries: Ymuiij, Dorner and
O'Xeill; Pastorius, Eason and Kilter.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
At Ilostoa - K. II. E.
Poston S IS 0
Philadelphia 1 r, z
P.attc-ries: Clla.e and 'ai'rigan; Wad
dell. Cunningham and Schreck.
At Cleveland K. H. E.
Cleveland 4 11 1
Chicaxo 5 8 2
Katteries: Moore. Townsend and
F.emi.s; Altrook and Sullivan.
At Detroit K. II. E.
Detroit ." 12 0
St. Louis 1 2 4
Batteries: Mullin. Schmidt and
Payne: Howell. Jacobson and Rickey.
At Ne" York R. H. E.
Washington ' 10 4
New York -7 1 1
Katteries: Kalkeiiherg and Warner;
Chesbro and Mct.uire.
Second game R. II. E.
Washington ." fi
New York Jir m 4
Mattel ion: Hardy. Hughes, Stanley
and Wakctieid; rth. Karger, Kleinow
dml Thomas.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
At IK'S Moines
Des Moines
Lincoln
I'.attcries: Gillen and AVolft
and SCinran.
At Denver-
Denver
Pueblo . . -
P.atteiies: Wright. Engle. P;
Jialusky; Minor and Reiinickor.
At Sioux City
Sioux City
Omaha
R. H. E.
4 7 3
: s 2
; Jones
R. II. E.
!t :t (i
n 12
lige and
R..K. E.
7 n r.
1 12 1
Patteries: Corbett
ders and P.iiuler.
and Hess; San-
When a man is married it's
he thinks he would be out of
he weren't. New York Press.
a sign
debt if
Kulett's
Hair
Keep
We are showing
a fine display of
it in our window.
it's A Success.
Costs Only 75c
the
and
bottle. Buy a
save vour hair.
bottle today
SEE THE WINDOW.
"IT'S A MOVING SUCCESS.-
Elvey & Hulett
The Live Druggosts
5-7 E. Wash. St. Phoenix.
Mail orders handled carefully.
Basket Ball
E. L.
FRESH HEALTH FOODS Three
shipments arrived the past week;
more coming. Toasted Corn Klakes.
Nut flutter. Vegetable Meat. Xut Soup,
Health (Jraham Crackers. Cereal Cof
fee, Coeoaiuit Sticks, Mailed Nuts, and
about iii other foods. Pure-Food De
pot. Z S. 1st avenue. (Closed on the
Sabbath.)
Something Nice
We always
have
line
on
of
hand a fine
Stationery
of all kinds to choose from.
When in need of any, call and
atsk to see what we have.
GRAIN'S
Stationery & News Store
11 N. Center
Phone Black 131.
St
2
DIAMONDS
There cannot be different degrees
of perfection any more than there can
be different degrees of honesty. If a
diamond, it is perfectly cut and pol
ished and free from flaws. Let us
show you diamonds that are perfect
and explain to you why.
The Crescent Jewelry Store
Successor' to II. F. Vantilburg.
33 West Washington St.
S. Baker, Mgr. Thone Black 1285.
J.
We carry a full line of
Bits and Spurs
Dusters, Turf Goods
Harness, Saddlery
and horse goods of all kinds.
It will pay to look us over
before buying.
N. Porter
8ADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
SPURS AND BIT8.
40 W. WMtn Str
Tel Red 1226.
A THREATENING MARKET
Call
Money Advanced to Twelve
Cent Yesterday.
Per
Xew York. Auk:. 31. Iunu-r wiitial
loiiined liirg-e on the finacial - sit ii.it imi
t-horlly alter the opening of today's
market. Call money opened at S per
eent and speedily advaneed to 1 per
rent, t li hishet tii'-e in several
month!". . f
ST( 'KS.
mated Cupper. I"-"1!; susar,
Amal
1 3H ;
Anaeonda. 27fiVi: Atchison,
preferred. loiM.r.; ,. J. Central.
1HB:
2-X ;
Bisr
fen
C. Ai o., St. Paul. 1T';
Fuur. S.. 37: first ire-
d. second preferred. "i0: Ki ie.
6 1 4 ; M. 1-.. Jifi'i; Inter. Met. 37;
preferred. 7K'2; X. V. Central. 143:
Pennsylvania. 141V-; St. L. & S. K.
second pi-eferred. 45Vi; S. P.. y'lVi: I,
j P. H4: V. S. Steel. 4tj; U. S. Steel" pre
ferred, H'tiM; W. i:., .tlJi.
BONDS.
. reg. and coupon. l"4-:
and coupon. I(i31-: I.
10l"4; coupon 103'4; V.
. and coupon, 13P-J-
l. s. ref. Us
I V. S. 3s., ref?
S. old 4s. res:
S. 4s. new res
nlftil
M CTALS.
Mexican
Sets, Dxxmb-Bells, Indian Clubs.
ANDREWS Sl SON,
23-30 North First Avt- Phoanix. Ariz.
i Before
WHITE
I
Are beginning to bunch and won't last long.
OUR AMMUNITION (jets them.
TALBOT & HUBBARD
J T r T r'l sr 'V
Formaldehyde Candles
t
r
The
kind to disinfect with. Most
germ destroyer.
"KRESO" does away with bad
X5he Brisley Drug Co. otf.l
Main 243
Prescriptions a Specialty
0
1
FIAlESMl STf I
For bargains see
J. ERNEST WALIIER
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. Phone Main 30
Opposite Court House. 14-18 South Second avenue.
Los Angeles office - -
The National
AT PHOENIX.
Capital, $ 1 00,000.00 Surplus, $70,000.00
Deposits, 600,000.00
We rc.-pectlully solicit your ban kins business.
EMIL GANZ, President. SOL LEWIS, Vic President.
S. OBERFELDER, Cashior. J. J. SWEENEY, As.Utant Chir.
DIRECTORS:
imn uanz, boi Lewis, Edw. Elsele. Chu. Goldman Joseph Tha.1
helmer, Jacob Miller, S. Oberfelder.
I THE VALLEY BANK
Capital, $500,000.
JAMES NEWLANDS, JR , PRESIDENT.
E. J. BENNITT, VICE-PRESIDENT.
W .D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT.
LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER.
0rtfral bunking buBlne transactixl.
ImtMirtiiit cltlca o.f th world. i- . j .J
DIRECTORS Jas. N.wlande,
W. Thayer, John W.x Themaa,
, ,. . . , , . , n
UNION BANK AND TRUST CO.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 1CO,000.00.
PHOENIX, Ariz, J. I McDewell, Cashier, 30 N. CENTER ST.
Officers aad directors: W. F. Mcho la president; Dr. J. M. Swetnam. vlca
president; Geo. H. N. Luhrs, treasurer; D. Nicholson, auditor; F. I. Blumer,
secretary; A. J. Edwards, attorney; L. J. Rice, manager trust departmenL
We conduct a general banking bus lnesa, 4 per cent Interest oa tlroa de
posits. Safety deposit boxes for renL
IVIOWEY
Any amount on diamonds, watchna,
mall loaaa. 4 per cent.
Special rate on large loans. AO
town customers can make loans throug
Phoenix Loan Office,
For Sale
One 3 II. r. Stationary
One li' II. p. Stationary.
One is it. p. Stationary.
One 11 II. P.Traction.
One
Kunz Bros. & Messinner
MACHINE SHOP.
Corner Second and Adams
Phone Red 823 PHOENIX, ARIZ.
A FEW
They Are Gone
WING
convenient, economical and powerful T
odors arising from cesspools, etc.
MONEY TO LOAN
$1500.00
For 3 Years
- Suite Sll Dralv hu.ldinir.
Bank of Arizona
Surplus, S25,000.
Kxchanx t;4 on a-U
Jp, E. J. Bennitt,
Lloyd B. Chriaty, J
P. T. Hurley, Ezra
C. Kirkpatriok. ..
TO LOAN
Jewelry, t
Rata of lrttrst o
lonna good for rx mont'na.
h Wells Fargo Express Co.
Out of
2f EAST WASHINGTON STREET.
Established In 1197.
Steam Engines
i.o m. p. stationary Tandem Com pound B
UMiULINt ENGINES
One 3 H. P. Stationary.
One 4. H. P. Stationary.
One L'3 II. P. Stationary.
I?
FJ
Silver ts
lullan
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