THE ARIZONA UUPUBI.ICAN, FlilUAV MOliNING, OCTOBUK .", IDUtJ
127-133 EAST ADAMS ST.
CASTlfc HOT SPRINGS
The Spring's Are to R&nK
World Famous Resorts.
Those wlm have
I'antle i 'reek Hut ;
past two years will be
pleased at the changed
that wonderful health
resort. Great improvements have been
made in the way of beautifying the
grounds and adding to the comfirt and
amusement of the guests and more are
At Hot Springs Junction, where one
leaves the train, a comfortable cottage
with dining room has been built by the
Gastle Hot Springs company for ihf
accommodation of guests for the
springs. This is under the management
of Mr. Cox. the popular merchant of
that town, who personally looks after
the comfort of his guests.
The Castle Hot Springs company
owns and operates the stage line run
ning from the junction to the springs, j
and has lately purchased two of th- j
finest Concord coaches to b found o::
any stage line in the country. One of I bathing.
them a six-horse stage, carries twelve! An expert masur, Mr. John K.
passengers: the other, a four-horse Lewis, from Lancaster. Ohio, is in (on
stage, carries eight passengers. Th - I slant attendance and arrangements are
trip from the junction to the springs j now being made to give the celebrated
is made in about four hours over one
of the finest mountain
west and the lines are
prince of stage drivers, t
roads m the
held by that
w ho has for years driven stage all over
Colorado and the west and thoroughly ali who have visited there to be equal
understands his business. The way ifjif not superior to the best,
handles his team and at the same tiinej Amusements of all kinds are provid
describes the( passings scenery or tells j ed for the guests, such as tennis, bow l-
Itdtlscr's Fritted, by its penetrating and soothing properties,
tiiays ntiffta,taesvosness, and all unpleasant feelings, and
nr prepares me system tor tae
jsjcve tesnnea ana saicL it is
meat that she passes through l I f ft ll TN FTK y Tk
the erent safely and with but A. j UP P V
little suffering, as numbers IwuWuUUVjv j ti)
worth its weight in gold." $1.00 per
bottle of druggists. Bock containing
raluable information mailed free.
C2 eSAfiTCLO E&i.lAT&2 CO.. At'aat. ft.
The largest rink between Denver and Los Angeles.
Finest maple floor and equipment obtainable.
A First-Class Place ot
For Nice People.
RD n 7Tir Every Afternoon and Night
DKAjJ l3-llLI Every Day in the Week.
EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS FOR BEGINNERS. DAY OR NIGH i
Excursions at Reduced Rates from Tempe and Mesa.
Located at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Washington Street.
SCHILLING (Si BOBST
There are, in this neighborhood, agents for several "bucket bowl" cream
separators. "Bucket bowl" separators are the kind with big- bowls, full of
parts, set on top of their spindles. These agents say to farmers intending to
buy a separator, "Look out for the Tubular," or "Don't try the Tubular," or
"Beware of the Tubular.". To hear them talk you would guess right away that
The Sharpies Tubular
is the best cream separator made, and that these "bucket bowl" fellows are
afraid of it. And they are afraid of it. The Tubular surpasses every other
separator in every particular, and you should take mighty good care you do
see a Tubular before you buy a separator. I will be pleased to show you the
latest Tubular, and give you an illustrated catalog.
W. - THAYE
About the Hoosier
of some p.ist
experiences mi the road
insures confidence and
an extremely pleasant
makes the trip
The hotel buildings, of which there
are three, are strictly modern
to date with all conveniences
comfort of the guests. Large
rooms make it
extremely desirable fori
the nervous invalid or tired business
man needing rest.
The first thins that attracts the at
tention of the visitor on his arrival is
the exquisite taste used in laying out
the grounds. Stately palms loom up
in all directions, and the giant cactus
j is here seen in all its glory. Peppt
trees, orange, lemon, grape fruit and
fig trees and all kinds of tropical
plants and flowers grow in profusion
and the tired eye finds its needed rest
when it encounters the banks of gera -
niums with their masses of beautiful
scarlet flowers. No flower that blooms
can induce such complete feeling of
contentment and restfulness as is
caused by the "lloyal geranium."
A modern, up to date bath house has
been erected and equipped with appli
ances for the application of the min
eral water in all the latest methods
Turkish, Iiussian. vapor, electric, brine
and all other kinds of baths, and with
sleeping, dressing and lounging rooms,
ami a glorious sun parlor for sun
Schott-Xew heim baths, said to be
in certain forms
It is needless to say anything about
the catering department. It is said bv
13 to love children, and na
home can be completely
happy without them, yet tha
ordeal through -which the ex
pectant mother must pass usually is
so full of suffering, danger and fear
that she looks forward to the critical
hour with aonrehension and dread.
- 126 EAST WASHINGTON
injr. billiards, etc.: also
played in its latest style,
' course is now beir.R laid
(grounds arc in contempl
. A fine
new swimming pool
tion. This will be
water and will be
is under con
sul -plied with
;i"ooul i'i fee'
with a depth sufficient for d:ing.
will make three separate bathing
with a temperature of water
m ll'H degrees down.
Too much cannot be said In regain
to the curative value of these springs
in certain diseases. Wonderful cures
of rheumatism are on record and the
cure of an aggravated case of asthma
came under the writer's personal ob
servation during a recent visit.
The management of the Castle Hot
Springs company is composed of F. M.
Murphy. Dr. F. A. Sawyer and Walkue
Fairhank. Mr. Murphy has been at
the springs during
1 arranging for still
the past ten days
ments in various directions. He says
that the springs can be made the finest
health and pleasure resort in the I'nit
ed States and Jhal that is what is
going to be done. Those who know
Mr. Murphy are fully aware what this
declaration means. Dr. Sawyer ami
Mr. Fairbank are equally enthusiastic
in the matter and the result will be
that eventually this already famous
resort will rank with the most famous
in the world.
NORTHERN MOVEMENT i
The Activity Which It Has Created iu
J. F. Kelly of Mesa returned lately
from a visit of several months at 4iH
former home in Minneapolis. He sai l
he never saw so much bustle and ex
citement as there is in that part of the
north just now by reason of the open
ing of the great northwest far beyond
the Canadian frontier. Hordes of emi
grants from all parts of the I'nited
States and especially from the north
are pouting into that hithetto almost
unknow n land.- Many of them are
going only as far as into the countr
about Winnipeg but many are going
-ini miles farther north along the line
of the proposed extension of the titan. I
Trunk railroad, which is being pushed
through night and day, regardless of
winur or summer, to the western
terminus at lhince Kupett.
Prince Kupert. by the way. has not
yet been built but the railroad will
have the building of it and il is in-;
tended to make il such a city as has
never before been built. Ity reason of
its nearness to the orient it is though;
that in time il will become the chief
seaport of the Pacific. .
The country which the Jrand Trunk
is traversing it is agreed will become'
the chief grain growing region of th.
western continent. The coming wheat
fields there will make the big wheat
fields of the north look like expert-:
mental gardens. ' 1
In consequence of the not t hern mi
gration. Mr. Kelly says th t Minne
apolis a well as mo.-t of the northern:
cities of this country have been con-:
Verted into great outfitting points.
ery thing is in demand and there is
an especial demaTTTl for horses, whose
values have advanced amazingly. Any,
kind of ;l horse, regardiess of age or j
soundness, just so it is fat. will bring'
from $lx to $12.".. ;
Hut men. that is laborers, are more
in demand even than horses. They are'
wanted for work on the great railroad1
enterprises and in the big wheat fields. I
The most flattering inducements are1
held out to them in the way of trans-j
porta tion "and wages, but still they
annot be found in suffh ient numlvers. j
Henry Maillard's famous New York '
candies received fresli ecry w e, k a j
the Phoenix llakery. i
Hair dressing. 11 South Center St.
IVf E have secured a first-class re-
pair mail from Itetroit, Mich.,
and are now ready to do your auto
work. If your, pas engine does not
work for your pumping plant, call
us up and we can rix it.
Southwestern Auto Go.
C. W. CLENDENNING, Mgr.
33 and 40 West Adams St.
Phone Black 1433.
TO COUNTY BOARDS
( Requests Supervisors to Authorize
Jointtst Inspectors at Polls.
i Yesterday, in furtherance of the plan
'of Governor Kibbey. outlined in these
' columns Wednesday morning, for fol-
I lowing: out to the greatest possible ex-'
: tent the direction of the president fori
' the securing of a fair vole and a fair
! count on the question of statehood, he
'addressed a letter to the board of su
pervisors of each county in the ten
! tory. Mis letter included a copy of the
'letter received from the president, and
the following as his own recommenda
Gentlemen: I enclose herewith a
copy of a letter which I have this day
'addressed to Gen. T. K. Wilson. This
i letter is self-explanatory.
Of course you understand that un-
' d"' our election laws the ballots ot
each polling place shall be opened and
counted in the presence of nysta t:ders .
yet. I think it desirable from every
! point of view that any person specially
appearing as a representative of. joint
statehood (and 1 say joint statehood
for no other kind of statehood is in
issue in this election at any polling
place, should be
oiint of t he ball.
1 have iu) sort
to witness the
of lotion that
will be any attempt at an unfair inunt, i
and tlv president says in his letter to i
me that he does not believe the charge;
that there will be: but he says that i
some prominent people outside or Ari
zona do believe it. As the result of
this election is of more than merely
local interest, and for that reason the
attention of. others will be directed
it. it is wise that we should have
Know it abroad mat cverv precaution i
taken against any methods that m
cast su-pkioii upon the result.
W e cannot afford to have it said that
the sentiment shown by the result of
the election in November upon the
luestion of statehood is not the true
sentiment of the peop,e-
I am quite sure that you will agree
with me that this election shall be so
conducted that the result shall stand
as the unquestioned and unquestion
able sentiment of th" people. I trust
that you will give the necessary in
structions to all the election boards in
our county ana mat you w in Kindly
advise us of your action in the prem- i
ises. J H. K I !!HKY, j
The discovery of a new wick prin
ciple so effective and yet so simpie
that it's a wonder no -r.e thought of
it before has so revolutionized th--manufacture
of oil heaters and lamps
that explosions. smoke and smell.
I caused by imperfect wli'lt arrange
ment, may safely be regarded as
things of the p 1st.
This new wick attachment is to be
found on the Perfection Oil Heater.
Interesting tests show that nl though
the heater j-ives intense heat. the
wick cannot be turned loo hijTh or too
low absolute safety thus being assur
ed, j ne other feature w hich is worthy
of mention i-t the smokeless device
which prevents all sinoVcv ami odor.
This portability of the heater also
commends it for general household
use. Heater is very light and can b"
easily carried about. Its simple oper
ation, usefulness in heating water
and warming cold rooms make it
a most handy and useful article in
any home. This heater is so far su
perior to all other oil heaters and ts
of such fair price that its universal
adoption is but a matter of time.
Tlie Kayo Lamp, which is made by
the manufacturers of the Perfection
oil Heater, is without uloubt the best
lamp for all-round household use. Is i
euipp.d with the latest improved i
burner and gives a bright steady light 1
at small cost. Suitable fir any room. :
w heiher library.
dining room, parlor
The Perlet t lor
I! ivn I .a m p fort
for r.al home
v .i:a!le.!. VI.. n
"11 of the Si 111 pi.
!i -mi. r and lamp
oil Heater and lh
: a combination that
onil'ort an not 1.
coi ,sidei at ion is tak
o;..r at i.e. id' bo:!i
1 la ir absolute S.lfi-
I y .
lar PI e
the int'-nsc he't gelu:..t'd by tl'.
an.! the bright and steady light
in by the other -all without smoke
s.ueil --their value , in any home.
;e or small, can be somewhat ap-
i.Hed. Soid by .,11 go. i,l dealers.
EGGS ARE HIGH.
FEED YOURHENS BEAR'S
IT'S THE BEST.
The BEAR DRUG STORE
POTTER & ROZIENE, Propa,
Opp. City HalL
Mail orders promptly delivered.
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sff.f.. .'.tii.-.f.Ug rf?"T'.v? ' ' '"' - .!'lL.ia'-.-S'lR'Vr:aTJ fifiiWri nV i''nlm"i j
i Young ion's I
iy mmmp biOIiies p:
H f : - i t 1:1
I mmm mi i-all sums it
. I V '. 'J''J' i ' i f You Krd them i- the most popular j :
t uTjjTlJ V3 ' materials i" he most famous makes, '
8rt'.y ""I" j the neat checks, fancy cheviots, plaids, j
V '"); jj V-V.ii and 9ray blue serges, thibets and j, j
l jj U ' '' Itll stripes. Coats cut long, gracefully
H t I rjilvl jj j drapsd; single nr doubls breasted, side
U l(nU ' ? iC'-.i:! ' Vtj vents newest lapels. H
or l r.i . . . i ii
f $10, SI5, $17.50. $20 and $25 I-
. il Edcrheimtr Stein 4 Co. H;
!n all details our merchandise is superior.
WE AQIVISTaN EARLY CALL. j
h in i fr c b- la!
KHer iOtMiEiS nu: I
,oj WWl,K,B 11,
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Nicholson, the Tailor, announces to his customer- and the public that he
has received his fall importations of suitings and trouserings direct from
Glasgow, Scotland, and will make suits at all prices from Jj.C'O. J2S.0O, $30.00,
$03.00, $13.00 and up. We pay cash for our goods and buy from headquarters.
No agents' piofits, and will give you the benefit. Kvery suit guaranteed.
We solicit your inspection of our Mammoth Stock of Fine Woolens.
Circus people all, both great and small,
at Donofrio's you must call
And get his Crystallized Cactus Candy.
If you believe in Arizona products.
I ask your grocer for laisy Hour.
The regular annual meeting of
stockholders of th
Company will b
ctober 17. i ;!';,
held on Wednesday.'
it the hour of Z p. .-i.
at the ottice of tptf conn
any i;i the
bt fri said
j O'Neill building, phoenix,
elect three CJ) trustees for
joar and to transact such
j l;.-ss as may law fully come
O. J. I1AI.1,.
I II. K. MINKII. Secretary.
1 hoetnx. Ariz.. October
j STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
I The regular annual meeting of the
i stockholders of the C,;a:.d Canal Com
j pany will be h. Id on Wednesday." Oc
tober IT. Pile;, at the hour of 2 p. m. at
tiie ollicc of the oompauv. in the O'Neill
I building. Phoenix. Aii.oua, to elect
j three .: IHrcclors for the ensuing year
'and to transact mch other business as
j may lawfully come b. fore said meeting,
j U."Vli 15. t'iUUSTY. President
1C. Ml.'i:u. Secretary.
Phoenix. Ariz.. October. 1 :'.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders .'- the Salt River Valley
Cancl Company tll lie held oil Ved
cesday. Oc:o! r 17. P'o-; at the hour of
. p. m. at ih,. ot'ice of the company iu
the o'N,;'l huiMinir. Ph.ieiiix, Arizona,
to elect th--,.,. ( Tr;;o s f or" t he en
suing year and I,, tri'u-.tci sucil Ot:cf
business as -ivy lawfully como betoi c
I.I.oYl' it CHP.ISTY. President.
11. K. Ml.NIIU. Seer tary
Phoenix. Ai l:'... t ictober. pu t;.
Plour and "practice
II ICT A it w- r- . .
wav c,Mn cC
vv a (N i UUALITY AND THE LATEST STYLES
. .no rntatiMi IIMt,
uiiNt v- NUVtUTY SUITINGS AT 75e. THAT
TERIALS IN ALL THE NEW WEAVES AND
WE ARE SHOWING AN
JUST WHAT YOU WANT FOR
I T" aj il i n a y vai i -v- a. n .
" r-i IUU I J Stt
"WARDING SILKS. WE
BUY, AND THE PRICES NO HIGHER THAN YOU PAY FOR INFERIOR
wun iNtw ll in t OF PLAID
WE ALSO HAVE THE NEW Pcrciim DATrrn.,r
VA LJ r T- ti r- r- r .
..nt.ncn IUU WISH TO
i tj .
j Prof, rutin ta m. teacher of mandolin,
j guitar, violin and all instruments, is
jnt home. He has' brought from New
, York a large sto.k of .Musical Instru
tnier.ts and Sheet Music. Call at Foun
tain's Musi - Store, 4:. Kast Washinj;
! ton st.
Even the elephant in the circus
Takes Doncfrio's Crystallized Cactus
Candy in his trunk.
At the I'a
given for tl.
r. I.Vi in prizes will be
best loaf of bte.1,1 made
I "lour (Kansas wheat).
Succaeei TlIKo Succott.
S KNOWN THHOuaMOUl
THt SOUTMWC3T A A
IN CHRONIC DISEASES
He h.. ths cmiflJonc '
r,ad ptitruu.w of tt' j
leadii.g bnsiijes? men '
ami in o t prominu
cimens o Arizona. Tbs '
lW-tor a i.mntiiijif.t .
inrrara .n aicau ,ais. was former: ; a rrtera- ,
ber cl the Rhode Island and Colorioo State Mdica
, Soc-eti-is. nnd IMmii Statkm Session Ii am.
TT 1( 1- Ir. ... . 1
: I"i-.r. He ulh ts wealth o?.omj to be w-U '
' Are yon tufieriak from K'nie chronic tueclion'i
Are rou wak. bk-Ic and nnablA to perform tb
i oiiiinar? of life? If o, brware of pateel
; medicines, inextierienced and unskilled pbrei
. cian. Ir. Hibburd employs none but ratiooa'
and oientio.e metbot) h- uses no i-jnrioui
I drnirw ia rmovinir li roiToioi effects
HLOJJDANO PKO TK PlKASKS fro, thr
eya.em. -KXl"AL, WEAKNESS, with all lu
bane 'id edeeta positively eured by the let
nn.l best renedie. Chrouic, nervous, bloo
i kidney, iniuary. bhtdJer and cpeoial disase
, treated in a ,ri,-tlT ii :o-dat9 manor-.
: ii;ibard Uu'ldii.e,
I 2S-28 South 2nd .. PhtPinx, Ariipna.
1 onsultaticu fret. Hour lu to 12 ; 1 to S, ape
fi to 7, Addrt all commm.icnlion.
i his month's Butterick Patterns
are 10c and 25c none higher.
. . .
-vowi o ixcwcoi NUVE LTI LS AT PRICES
SHOWN IN ALL FASHION CFMTrpc
GRAYS SEEM TO BE CALLED
CAN'T BE BEAT. WE
WL.vjd, Ao ALSO BLACK
ESPECIALLY STRONG LINE OF 54-INCH
OUK NEW LINE OF Rll VC
HAVETHISTOSAY.WrnNivmBnu, . . . ' '
SILKS IS EXCLUSIVF ampi v,c-
. v r i i-V I I tniMo.
3UY CR NOT. IT IS
v ,. - " "THE BEST ALWAYS"
E. S. WAKELIN
DAN AN AS.
GREEN GAGE PLUMS
YELLOW SWEET POTA
TOES RED SWEET POTATOES
Ec S. Wakelin
E. S. WAKELIN
GROCER CO. ...
PATENTS I lax.rl nirfliui L
A-ncelM. feend fr f rr book on oatacta.
where you will
MOST, AND WE ARE SHOWING A
HAVE PLENTY OF T,HE PLAIN MA-
LARGE PLAin nRc
HAVE BUT ONE PATTERN OF A
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