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ARIZONA KEPUBLICAK, TJIUKSDAY 31OKNIN0, SEPTEMBEU 0, 1000
TENN IS G-OODiS School Tablets Lunch Boxes Lead Pencils Ink For the School Children i III o rirntWmm I INJ ML w Sff. LOCAL TP INTEREST. Jtxst In Balls, R.accjtiets, Tapes, MarKers Stands "P. A. T." on Quality S2.D0, $2.50 and S3.00 White Crushers THE WEATHER. Laoal Dally Weather Report far The , Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. 5:3P 5:30 j a. m. p. m. i 1 t To Housekeepers Remember, that you can buy your Dishes, Lamps, China, Cooking Uten sils and all the handy things for the household cheap at Davidson's Cash Store. Moore's Steel Ranges always please. Nice big square seamless ovens, drop balance oven doors; quick bakers; fuel savers; 34 patterns, from $20 to $75, at DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Phoenix. A. T. PHONE RED 363. Truly the light of this strenuous twentieth century is "glasses." Did you ever stop to think how much of the success of this marvelous age is really due to glasses? Look around .you and notice the number of scientific and professional men who wear glasses. If these leaders of thought and progress find so much relief and help in them, why should you refuse to get the same help for your overworked eyes? Lei us help you caie for your eyes. WASHG. STi 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 TRUNK first Class . go to PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY Bed 894 433 W. Wash Swell Work That's the Only Kind We Do. There's no second grade depart ment in our laundry. We can't afford anything of that sort. You can't affo:d It. A second grade summer vacation may do, but second class cleanliness isn't permissible. We guarantee the best of service. Our Lace Curtains Hang Straight we do 'em up. right. l'hoiie Main 39. Arizona Laundry .V:" Barometer, inches 29.S5 29.78 Temperature, degrees 71 OS Dew point, degrees 00 4T Humidity, per cent 47 17 Wind, direction E W Wind, velocity, miles 5 r. Weather Clear Clear Mean daily humidity Mean daily temperature Highest temperatu:e 11 Lowest temperature '0 Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1, 19 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since Januarv 1, 0.10 inch. L. N. JESUNOFSKT. Section lDrector. SANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOESIX CITY TIMH Departure Arriral "The Diamond Jo." for Wickenburgr, Salome, Con gress, Prescott, Jerome, Ash Fork, Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, Los Angeles. Corouado and San Frau- lisco 12-A5 a.m. 2:20 a.m. "The Daylight Express" lor Wlckenburg, Con gress. Prescott, Ash Fork and East 8.-20 a.m. 3 :15 p.m. "The Coast Limited" for Prescott, Ash Fotk I .os Angeles, Coronado and San Francisco 2::S0 p m. 3:15 p.m. Mesa and Temp fi:40 a.m. 8:13 a.m. 11:2.") a.m. 1.23 p.m .- 4:50 p.m. 6:23 p.m. Florence, Kelvin, Winkel- man II :23 a.m. 1:25 p.m Daily, except Tuesdays and Saturdays. Tuesdays and Saturdays only FROM SANTA MONICA Mrs. J. K. Rantou and children who have L.-cn at Santa Monica tlie past few iiiuiitns, returned to Phoenix yesterday. DR. LENTZ HOME Dr. and Mrs. AV. G. Lentz who have been away for the past two months visiting- in St. Paul and Chicago. returned yester day. AWAY Mills and ec". l" l'h . 1 1 i ee of THREE MONTHS Mrs. tliiufehter, Miss f"lor;t reuun ui'x yesu-nlay after an -b-three months, most of wh.i-h i:me has been spent at different loinia points. MISS STEPHENS HOME Miss P.elle Stephens of Capitol Addition, who has been visiting relatives at Fort Thomas, and , spending a couple of weeks in the mountains In that vi cinity has returned home and is pre paring to take up her work at the normal next week. LEAVES FOR THE EAST Mr. Frank J. Rainboth, musW.-al director, who has ju"t filled a summer's en gagement at Kastlake park, leaves Friday for the east. He is greatly impressed with the many business possibilities of this western country and intends returning to Arizona in a short time. LAST PRESCOTT EXCURSION The Santa Fe is arranging for its last excursion for the season to Prescott. It will be run on the lTjlh of this month, and a round trip rate of $3.50 will prevail, tickets good returning on Sunday, the 16th. liy an additional payment of fifty cents the ticket may be extended a week. On Sunday, an interesting side trip excursion will be run to Crown King, the round tr'p rate of which will be $1.50. LIGHTNING STRIKERS MOVE AROUND R. H. Hobgood, who ior a long time has held the position of night operator in the western Union office, will leave tonight for Los An geles, being called there by the se lious Illness of his sister. He will probably remain there permanently, and Mrs. Hobgood will join him in a couple of weeks. Mr. Hobgood will be succeeded as night operator by J. R. Ward, who has been in the ser vice of the Postal company for some time pasl. WASHINGTON, D. C, ADVICES The following items of interest to Ari zonlans are furnished by a Washington correspondent of "The Republican: Kleanor S. Mashbir of Safl'ord has been admitted to practice before the interior department. Pensions have been grant ed to R. W. Ha it well, $14; Thomas Burns, S ; F. J. Van Sickles, $6. A patent has been granted to John V. Terry of Tucson for combined Hue ex panding and beading tool. George Peteison and Clyde B. Cooper have been granted rural letter carriers, with H. J. Jackson and Wesley Knopp as substitutes, at Phoenix. The postoflice at Arizmo, Cochise county, has been discontinued, and mail sent to Douglas. SCHOOL DESKS BLACK BOARDS MAPS And all supplies at the large school supply house. THE II, II, HEIL GO. Printers nd GUtioiisra. 7 -jl fur standard ''Quality" is never lowered but prices we cut and sharply too Here's au instance An ultra-swell white crusher in '"Telescope," '"Fedora" and "Austin" styles either Blue, White or Black band, in three grades that sell the world round for $2 00 $2.50 and $3.00, your choice $1.50 this week only. Summer Reading days and we will .startle you with our unprecedented bargains in paper-bound books. Keep your eyes on us. Berryhill's Big Book Store Cor. Washington and First Streets The Thirsty Man's Retreat. LICENSED TO WED A marriage yesterday to Gre- license was issued gorio Miranda and this counti". Josefa Mazon of AN INSANE PATIENT Deputy Sheriff Merritt of Yavapai county yes terday morning b: ought to the asylum an insane man. committed by the prob ate judge of Yavapai county. LOS ANGELES OFFICE CLOSED The I.os Angeles office of J. Krnes; Walker was closed on the first of the month, and Elmer White, who was in charge of it, returned here yesterday. He will remain in the employ of Mr. Walker, having special charge of his colonization enterprise in the Casa Grande valley. Mr. Walker also re turned home yesterday morning, from I: on Springs. THE STATEHOOD BALLOT Tn conformity with the law requiring such announcement. Territorial Secretary W. F. Nichols yesterday issued formal instructions to the various boards of supervisoi s in the territory to place on the general election ballots next No vember the jointure proposition to be voted upon. In other words, to put all questions to be settled at that time on a singlo ballot. PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION In the district court yesterday the Western Agency company, by its at torney. Beatrice Hopson, riled a peti- j tion leiiuestmg the court to dissolve j the corporation and annul its privi leges. The petition recites that the I debts of the company have been paid and its assets converted into money, and the action prayed for is at the re quest of the stockholders at a regular meeting. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTER IOR. Washington. D. C, July 27, l'J6. Sealed proposals will bo received at the office of the Reclamation Service, Garden City. Kansas, until '1 o'clock p. m., September 28, 1 906. and thereafter ouened. for the construction of deep and shallow wells, suction pipes, Dumping stations, siphons, concrete lined conduits and ' fencing. Particu lars may te obtained by application to the Chief Engineer of the Reclamation Service. Washington, D. C, or to the Engineer, Garden City, Kansas. Thom as Ryan, Acting Secretary. TWO RUNAWAYS A man was turning the corner of Seventh and Jefferson streets in a light rig when one of the wheels of the buggy iMiigiit in the car track and turned the buggy over, precipitating the man .o the NONE. FIT LIKE OURS. THE LAST DAY Of 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 .rrffflt $15-00 i "I 0jl $12,50 $15 SUITS NOW L f A $10.00 Tlie McDougall & Casscu Company. 30-32 W. Washington Uk V- sr.. -' ' 1 SI.50 We carry a full line of Bits and Spurs Dusters, Turf Goods Harness, Saddlery and horse goods of all kinds. It will pLy to look us over before buying. N. Porter SADDLE AND HARNES8 CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 W. VtiUsltta Stft Tel Red 122S. ground, but fortunately injuring 1 . i i i but hale. The horse ran for several blocks und the rig was almost demol ished. Anmer accident occurred i.l the forenoon when a man with a horse and buggy, just returning from a I .n;, drive, left the outfit standing in the corral. Th.- horse became frightened and made a good run down, the sir ;t before being stopped. No damage was dune to the rig. IN THE HOME COUNTRY The Brainerd iMinn.) Daily Dispatch of August 30 speaks as follows of a social incident in which Y. G. Percy, The Republican's Alhambra correspondent, figures: "Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Percy of Phoenix, Ariz., were entertained at a dinner party last night by Mrs. J. A. Thabes. covers being laid for twelve. The decorations were sweet peas. Af ter the dinner the guests were pre sented with souvenirs in the form of a picture of the Brainerd high school, and also of the class to which Mr. Percy belonged twenty years ago. The occasion was a very enjoyable one. o Ladies of Second Baptist church will give entertainment at Smith's Hai!. Friday evening. benefit of church. Ail invited. V V V V.' VV V V.". V V V V VV V V vvv ! Personal Mention I .:..::--:-....:..:x Registered at the Hotel Adams yes terday were the following: W. H. Non stable, Kl Paso; L. Achard, New York; Willard Fay. I.os Angeles; A. K. Shahan, I,os Angeles; K. O. Thomas. Los Angeles; c. K. Ph!lbey, Kelvin. The following guests were registered at the ( 'omm-rcial yesterday: K. P.. Parsons, San Francisco; Win. II. Campbell. F. if. Ivttle. New York. Those ugistcred at the Ford hotel yesterday were: Gen. W. Marshall., wife and child, city; and Geo. K. Cros by. St. Julius. Prof. F. C. Aver passed through here yesterday en route to T mpe from the MM We Make Medicines That Cure Tin-re is n, duulH aluuil your getting well in the quickest time possible if we lill your prescrip tions. Your doctor understands our grade of purity that is why he always brings you back to health quickly when we fill his prescriptions. Elvey & Hulett The Live Druggists. Phone Main 1. Phoenix. Basket Ball E. L. FRESH HEALTH FOODS Three shipments arrived the past week; more coming. Toasted Corn Flakes, Nut Butter, Vegetable Meat, Nut Soup. Health Graham Crackers. Cereal Cof fee, Cocoanut Sticks, Malted Nuts, and about GO other foods. Pure-Food De pot, 21 S. 1st avenue. (Closed on the Sabbath.) Something Nice We always have on hand a fine line of Stationery of all kinds to choose tnm. When In need of any, call and ask to see what we have. GRAIN'S Stationery & Hews Store 11 N. Center St. Phone Black 1341. 3 Accurate Watches Buy a watch that you" can depend upon. Bet it be Gruen Verithin, an Elgin or a Waltham and h:.vc tne sat isfaction of knowing that your watch is always correct. We have them in the different styles and g:ades. Glad to have you call and inspect them. The Orescent Jewelry Store Successor" to H. F. Vantilburg. 33 West Washington St. J. S. Baker, MgT. Phone Black 1285. east, where he has been his sum nii r. Tom lligley came down from Pres cott yesterday afternoon to attend the Tempe Normal. . Harry De Winto.i returned yester day from Prescott. where he has been working the prist summer for the San ta Fe. Mr. and Mis. Koger Williams left last evening over the M. & V. for San Francisco. SOMETIMES IT DOES ! A Hearty Meal Should Never Annoy or Distress. A hearty meal should give a sense of gratification and comfort. It should never annoy or distress. If you have indigestion and discomfort after eat ing, it shows that your digestive or gans are weakened and they cannot properly care for the food which has been swallowed. If you cannot eat and digest with pleasure and comfort, three good, t;uare. beat ty meals each day, you need to use Mi-o-na Stom ach Tablets, and you should go Lu the Larson Drug company for a box a? once. I:-o-nu is as unlike the ordinary pepsin digestive tablet as the electric light is more valuable than a tallow dip. Mi-o-na cures indigestion or stomach trouble by strengthening and regulating the whole digestive system, thus enabling the -organs to take care of the food you eat without any dis tress or comfort. Use Mi-o-na for a few days and the nervousness, sleeplessness, genera! de bility, and weakness, backache, loss of appetite, headache and other ills that are caused by indigestion will be ban ished and you will feel well all over. Mi-o-na makes positive and lasting cures ami is sold under an absolute guarantee that the money will be re funded unless the remedy cures. Ask the I .a i son Drug company to show you the guarantee they give with every ice box of Mi-o-no. CELEBRATION AT WINKLEMAN. A grand celebration will be given at Winkleman on September 16, in honor of Miguel Hidalgo Castillo, the pro gram for the day being as follows: 10 a. in., music and singing and read ing of the declaration of independence of Mexico; a grand parade; music by Lass Bios, of Redington. Pima county; grand ring contest; horse racing; baseball playing by the WMnkleman and Christmas teams, and a barbecue. Music and pastime all day. 1- ItANK WEBER, Manager. SUGAR, $5.85. McKEE'S CASH STORE. Don't forget that Donofrio Crystal. Itzcd Cactus Candy Co. will send a box for 35 cents, postpaid, to your friends. Most delicious candy known. And no mere man knows what it is to be a woman. Chicago News. There's good big reason for buying of us. Ask our customers. City Wood and Coal Co. Phone Main t4. Msdion and Srd 5ts. Sets, Dvxmb-Bells, ANDREWS 23-30 North First Av. Phoanix. Ariz. ff WH ! 1 Are beginning to bunch and won't last long. OUR AMMUNITION gets them. TALBOT & HUBBARD t Tooth Brushes 5 X t T t TOOTH Galore at U?e Brisley Main 40 5 Prescriptions a Specialty 22 EE Bargains Worth Considering NOW 40 acres, with water right, near the orange section, for $6' an acre. SO acres, with water right, near the orange section, for $50 an acre. You can't make a mistake in looking up this proposition. See J. ERNEST WALKER 14-16 South Second avenue. PHOENIX, ARIZONA Other Ari.on i !!k-es Klotvr.ce. Casa Crande and Kelvin. The National AT PHOENIX. Capital, $ 1 00,000.00 Surplus, $70,000.00 Deposits, 600,000.00 We respectfully solicit your banking business. EMIL GANZ, President, SOL LEWIS, Vic President. S. OB ERF ELDER, Cashier. J. J. SWEENEY, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS: Emil Ganz, Sol Lewis, Edw. Eieele, Chas. Goldmaji, Joseph Thai . helmer, Jacob Miller, S. Oberfelder. 3 THE VALLEY BANK o f Capital, 3100,000. JAMES NEW LANDS, JR, PRESIDENT. E. J. BENNITT, VICE-PRESIDENT. W .D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER. Or-.j.-sj becking bualne transacted. Exchange IssaM on all tnsportaivt cities of the -world. . , i DIRECTCR3 .'as. Newlanda, Jr, E. J. Bennitt, P. T. Hur'ey, Ezra W. Thayer, John W.x Thomas, Lloyd B. Christy, J. C. Kirkpatrick. UNION BANK AND TRUST CO. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000.00. PHOENIX, Ariz, J. L. McDawell, Cashier, 30 N. CENTER ST. Officers ajid directors: W. F. Nichols president; Dr. J. M. Swetnam. Ties president; Geo. H. N. Luhxs, treasurer; D. Nicholson, auditor; F. L. Bluraar secretary; A. J. Edwards, attorney; L. J. Rice, manager trust department ' We conduct a general banking bus lnesa, 4 per cent Interest oa tlma lK)Blta. Safety deposit boxes for renL FtlOWEY TO LOAN Any amount on diamonds, -watchea, Jawalry, ata. Rata of Interest oa small loans, 4 per cent. Special rate on large loans. All loans good for six monttia. Out of town customers can make loans throug h Wells Fdrgo Kxpreps Co. Phoenix Loan Office, EA8T wash,ncton eET. V Established in ltT. For Sale Steam Engines n I,' i,"-T Statlnary- Ile 12 P- Stationary Tandem Com round One 12 H. P. Stationary. GASOLINE ENGINES One IS H. P. Stationary. ne 3 H. P. Stationary. One 14 IL P.Traction. 25 SSS Kunz Bros. & Messmqer MAP.MIMr cunn MACHINE SHOP. Indian Clubs. SON. ET A FEW Before They Are Gone WINGS jj TVVVVVtTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Tooth Powders DOPES X Drug Co. X25P f IH4'M"M I-l I 11 ! .1..1mM,.., 1.4,41 1 3C Bank of Arizona 3E P H O K N I X Surplus, 525,000. Corner Second and Adams Sta. i rhont Red 173 PHOENIX, ARIZ.