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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAX, FRIDAY MOUSING, JANUARY .il, 1008.
Announcement Davidson's - Gash Store: Is Going to Move Into the building now occupied by the hirris-Heyman Km nit ure Co., all of which we have leased excefrt the space 1,i be occupied by the MeDougall Oas sou Co. We have leased a part of our spaci to the Jones, Gerard Dry Goods Co. What does this mean? It means that the building will contain under one roof thousands of the useful things in dry goods, hardware and cookery necessary to everyday life and so far ;,s we are concerned we expect to do ..;r best to make it the niot profitable ::nd satisfactory place for shoppers to ixit in Maricopa county. We desire to thank the thousands of customers who have gone out of their way to patronize our store during the past few years and to assure you that if good goods, reasonable prices and fair tr-atment count for anything we will till have our shnr- of the business. 1 inn't forg.-t that during the time of our moving we will have many bar- riins. Store Phoenix, A. T. Phone Red 363 sure won. toe, wep. thu, rm. I st. 7 8 10 111213 14H 16 17 18 19 20 21 222324Q2627 282930311 1 DARK DAYS of pain and suffering might often be avoided by getting a little light on the condition of the eyes. Many pen pie refuse to believe that defective eyes can be the chief cause of head aches, and many reflex nervous trou bles. Will you allow yourself to con tinue suffering through prejudice in the use of glasses? DR.E.MUiMSOlM ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN 118 West Washinoon St. LARSON'S RUBBER GOODS are made by one of the biggest rubber goods houses in America. They are the finest that skillful workmen can turn out. They are made from fresh and strong new rubber stock. Every piece wears well and is guaranteed for one year. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center and Wash. Sts. Phoenix, Ariz. The Bake Shop As clean as mother did, We make it. As well as mother did. We bake it. THAT'S MOTHER'S BREAD. Home Baking Go M. J. PETTI D, Manager. iJJ.ll.IL 1 1 Ranchers We want more milk or cream, Best Prices at The Maricopa Creamery Go, Phone Main 137 liiiiiiiKiiiimiiiuniiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiyj I NAVAJO E Blankets and Silverware, Braid- 5 ad Hair Hat Bands. ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. 45 N. Center, Phoenix t u;iiiiimi:muiniiirimi:i!mi:n!iMii;i2i7 LOCAL NTEREST ) CALIFORNIA MINING MAN. John K. Campbell, a California milling man, passed through Phoenix on Wednesday for Kelvin. A FINE SON. Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Xewhouse, of 374 Xorth Fourth Ave., are celebrating the arrival of a. fine, S-notind son on Wednesday night. WELL DRILLING IN BUCKEYE. W. A. Wood and A. A. Gilmer of Buck eye have purchased well drilling ma chinery and propose to keep it busy in the Buckeye section. NEW NOTARIES. The following named have been appointed notaries public by Governor Kibbey: J. An derson of Arivaca, J. D. Wick Jr., of Globe, C. A. Peters Jr.. of Presiott. and Jennie Polhanuis of Yuma. NOGALES CUSTOM HOUSE. The estimated . cost of the running of the customs house at Xogales for the next fiscal year is $39.VS2.'itr This sum makes provision for the salaries of thirty-one employes. SURVEY APPROVED. Mineral Survey No. 249i. embracing the Gray Ragle, Bloo Xeley mid Home lode claims, situated in the Black Rock Mining District. Yavapai county, has been approved by the surveyor gener al. These lodes are claimed by George Margaretic and the I'nida Gold Min ing Company. ARIZONA INVENTORS. Patents have recently been issued to residents of this territory as follows: J. D. Bur gess of Tucson, process for bessemer izing or conversion of copper mattes into blister copper; C. B. Tarbell of Tombstone, extensible water tower or stond pipe: W. X. Thompson of Tuc fion. railway signal. WOOL BUYER HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burke of Hartford Conn., have arrived in Phoenix and will remain for several weeks, or during the wool buy ing season. Mr. Burke is well known here, having made an annual visit for some years on a wool buying expedi tion. It is something of a wedding tour this year, as Mr. and Mrs. Burke w ere married iast ictobcr. FINE ONIONS. J. E. Pauley has brought to tile board of trade three liine or ions from C. W. Cartel's punch six miles south of Kirkland in Yavapai county, just to show what can be done in the little mountain valleys of the hill country. Each of the onions is large enouuh to furnish the "onion" course in the dinner for a large family. They are all about the same size and the circumference of one of them measured lj inches one wav bj' 16 inches the other way. i A CORONER'S INQUEST. Acting oroner Johnstone yesterday morning held an inquest on the body of Severo Coptino, an old man who died in the Irvine addition the night before, un attended by a physician. It was found though, that the cause of death was tuberculosis. Copetino was seventy- j four years of age and whs a native of Sotiora. though he had lived in Phoe nix tor several years. He leaves no i retntive.-j in this part of the country, but for a long time had been u charge upon his neighbors. IMPRESSED WITH VALLEY. I.. V. W. Brown of Riverside California, has been looking over this vailey for .several days and is greatly impressed with it. Mr. Brown is one of the largest orange growers in the River side district, his father having planted the first orange trees in that locality. He is himself planting limit acres to oranges this year. But what he has seen in this valley has so impressed hitn that he will undoubtedly become interested here also. He left for home Wednesday night but his assurance : was strong that he would be back again soon. FINE REFERENCE BOOKS. Sec retary Cowgill of the" board of trade probably has the only bound copies in .Phoenix, of tile Orchard and Kann magazine, and of the midwinter edi tion of the l.os Angeles Times. Both are in Morocco covers and will make fine reference volumes for matters ag ricultural. The Times is in magazine form ami makes a pretty big book, for a single issue of a daily newspaper. The Orchard and Farm is the monthly j agricultural publication which is of fering a clubbing proposition with The Republican, together with selec tions of the large panorama pictures of this valley. It is a fine reference book also, for it contains many valu able articles on agricultural topics during the year's issue and also has the large secial irrigation number is sued last fall during the session of the irrigation congress. That number alone tells about all there is to know of the achievements to date of the reclama tion service. Kubeltk's fippcarance at the Arizona School of Music the coming Saturday evening. Keb. 1st, is looked forward to with the greatest of interest. Seats "litre on sale at the Adams Pharmacy the rest of the week. The Indian school car will make a trip after the perform- jance. thus accommodating many peo Pie. VALENTINES and VALENTINE POST CARDS All sizes, prices and styles. Big Display at McNEILCO. The PEOPLE with the GOODS opposite Court House i B OTriiii:1 ' S Our Entire Shoe Stock OFFERED at a Big Dis count, Noth ing Reserved V Discount on any pair of Shoes in the house, a spec ial discount of 40 per cent on short lines of Women's Pat Colt and Pa tent Kid lace or buttoahigh Shoes All of our Hanan and Sons' fine Shoes in $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 grades at per pair. 25 per cent dis count on all our Womens fine high Shoes, newest shapesand styles 20 per cent dis count on every pair of Oxfords, golden, brown, tan, demi glaze Pat Hid Welts and Turns in great variety, all new Spring goods, not a pair carried over. All our Womens Pur trimmed warm Slippers SI. 50 to $2.00 values at 90c We mean busi ness, come be fore the lines are broken. H.A.Diehl Shoe Co. UiTS, OVERCOATS CRAVEMETTES 20 Per Cent Discount $18.50 GARMENTS 513.90 $20.00 GARMENTS S15.00 J22.50 GARMENTS $16.90 ?20.00 GARMENTS SI 8.75 $27.50 GARMENTS S?20.f5 530.00 GARMENTS S22.50 $32.50 GARMENTS S2-4.50 $35.00 GARMENTS 526.50 25 PER CT. OFF ON ALL TROUSERS AND FANCY VESTS POSITIVELY NOTHING CHARGED AT SALE PRICES : CASH ONLY Bring Your Prescriptions To Us WE EMPLOY REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO FILL THEM AND YOU ARE ALWAYS SURE TO GET JUST WHAT YOUR DOCTOR ORDERS. WE ARE FILLING MORE THIS WINTER THAN EVER BEFORE. THERE'S A REASON. ELVEY & HULETT QUALITY DRUGGISTS Phone Main 1. ' Phoneix, Ariz. Mail orders given personal attention. ) " liJp 1 i mm ! 'i Remember! we make a fine line of Harness of all grades, such as single and double bug gy harness, heavy work harness, etc. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington St. Telephone Red 131. STRAYED from ranch 8 miles west of Phoenix, about November 15th, grey Kelding about 10 years old, branded V, lazy S combined, on right hip. If be- j ing held on pasture notify or return to j S. Aekel, 244 E. Washington St., and J receive tlO reward. j Clearance Sale MEN'S $15.00 Suits, Now $11.50 18.00 Suits, Now 13.50 20.00 Suits, Now 15.00 25.00 Suits, Now 18.50 30.00 Suits, -Now 22.50 35.00 Suits, Now 25,00 25 Discount On Overcoats, Trou sers and Cravenettes Clothing I f uiiitiiHiiiiiiiiiuiuimiiniiniiiiiiiiiiniF. 1 VALENTINES 1 i' Be sure to come and sec our i? j 2 display of Valentines one of Hj S the very best to be found in the CRAIN'S I STATIONARY AND I NEWS CO. 11-13 N. Center t El fi!iiiiiiiHM4iuiiii:ii;)ii::iiiiii3itiimiik j IA! Eastman's Kodaks from Sl.OOto S35.00 All styles, patterns and sizes. Deyelopingand print' ing our specialty BerryhiU's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." Just Arrived FANCY GOLDEN BLOATERS, SALT MACKEREL CODFISH, Dill I'iekles, Sour Pickles and Sweet Pickles. Sauerkraut New York and Cream Cheese. Phone that hurry order to Wetzler's Grocery Phone Black 961. 35 W. Wash. St 0 0 0 ID s U 3 c S Z EC O U3 3 m r. c x r- C 3 O s: o c O 9-11 East Washington St. Kodaks. Photo Stock, Stationery, Talking Machines, Sporting Ooods. J Shears & Saws KM I Talbot & Hardware Store. 4 Ht Home of Fresh Rubber Goods. Just Opened a New LineHot Water Bottles, Every Piece Guaranteed for 1 Year. It I THE ADAMS IN HOTEL ADAMS. 4. VtM !' PHOENIX HARDWARE ; COMPANY, Agents. 1,000,000 TREES AND PLANTS AT WAGNER'S NURSERY. 2 Vic each and up 'Ash .trees lc each and up J Mulberry trees 5c each and up j Rose Bushes 5c each and up j Fruit trees 20 each and up .Ornamental Fan and Date Palms.. fc each and up ; 5 varieties Hedge Plants. 5c each up Grapes 5c each and up' I My fruit trees have been Inspected ! by proper authority. It .will pay you i to Mine and see me at the nursery. ' of a mile south of Eastlake Park- R. ! F. D.. No. 1. Hi U . M AS ki. t4 IF? r CsLifflH'Sii Fi r i i i'r,,u i fci m V9 a m m u m m m 5 ; '4 K - INQUIRE AT 141-3 NORTH CENTER STREET Next Door to Postoffice BARK & BURNETT . . Phone Main 242 Now is the time to make Horn. Portraits nml Fln-0i I.isht Pic tures, fall on us for a tr-f book on Home fortritture by the Kiistman Koilak fo. Prwnie Cani'-nis, K'xhiks. lilair f m r is. Piemo Film Hac k L'Jiiiu-ras. and u ( u:;i(.!. te ntoek f Photo mnterk.ls. E. L. ANDREWS & SON Hubbard's tmUHHIIH ttl4ll Pure Drugs PHARMACY ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR. A Truss That Fits 5cew Line of Perfect FITTING TRUSSES AT BEARS You can get any style desired. E We guarantee comfort in every case. See our west window. THE BEAR DRUG STORE Opposite City Hall. Two acres In alfalfa with good well, house and fence; only two miles from the center of city, on main road. 81,200 Five and ten acre lots, best soil and location in the valley, all in alfalfa, at S130 acre. Money to loan on real estate at S per cent. L. J. RICE, Manager. TRUST DEPARTMENT UNION BANK Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmera. Lady Assistant. 29 West Adams SVeeL Telephone Mala 122.