THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY 3IORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1908.
Kenwood Sleeping Bags
have sold these plot-ping bags t. two people this month who said
lid not expect to find tht-m in Phoenix. This is to let a few otln-rs
that we have them. Any first -class sporting goods store carries the
ii mI Sleeping Bag, and that's the kind of a store we are running.
you want a warm light bed roll to carry, or sleep cold in your bed.
;r circular un sleeping bags, or let us show yon a "Kenwood" at the
e have "Oniil
I than tl.e n ;
tots maoe to order for us, higher from the
a: thiy cost no more.
PINNEY (SI ROBINSON
THE GUN STORE
40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ.
Bend for free Game Law card.
Ostrich Feather Goods
BOAS, STOLES, FANS, PLUMES AND TIPS and numerous other
elegant articles of adornment. We sell our entire product direct from
the producer to the consumer at producers prices. If goods are not
satisfactory we refund the money.
WE HAVE A FEW VERY FINE SOFT HAND-MADE OSTRICH
FEATHER DUSTERS ON SALE, THE ONLY THING FOR NICE
Get our prices, also free booklet, illustrating our farms, birds and the
goods we make with complete price list of same.
Arizona Ostrich Farm
Cor. Adams and 1st Sts. Opp. New Noble BIdg.
1 ! FfilHilL l
Ii itm am w mm m g
"The Good Fellowship of a Good Watch"
There is something in the good fellowship of a good watch that Is
always felt by the owner that is, in words, hard to define. Ask your
friend, who has a good watch a watch that keeps perfect time how
much he will take for it and he will laugh at you. It is because
there is that attachment to it that knowledge of its faithfulness that
places it above its actual intrinsic value. These are the kind of
watches we sell, and it is only thesi kind that you become attached
to. From 10 up. . ,.( , ..
F. A. HILDERBRAN Sr CO., Jewelers
SUCCESSORS TO GEO. H. COOK.
10-12 W. Washington St. - Phoenix.
OFF ON ALL NAVAJO BLANKETS
0 AND MP" Yin AN ZARAPES
The Navajo Curio 12 N
NO ORDINARY CATTLE
Supply, the meat sold at this market.
It comes from the very choicest live
stock bred. If you would have an es
pecially fine dinner next Sunday let us
supply the meat. After you have tast
ed it, v.e do not believe you will re
quire coaxing to give us another or
der. Especially as our meats cost no
more than the ordinary kinds.
P. T. HURLEY,
17 West Washington St.
Are You Looking; for an Auto
' "We have what you want. j
We have the time to show you.
We have the price to suit you.
We have the Auto to suit you. "
Autos Ranging in Price from $300 to $6,000
Phoenix Auto Co.,
Main 145 Fourth Ave. and Washington St.
Be:-t Standard Tomatoes,
per can 10
6est Standard Corn, per
B-gal. can best Oil S1.43
5-gaI. can best Gasoline 1.95
6 bars Diamond C Soap 23
Best Table Plums 15
Best Table Peaches
Best Table Pears 20&
Best Table Blackberries. . .20
Baker's Cocoa 2o
New Soft Shell Almonds.. 20
Best Soft Shell Walnuts. . 20d
BEST EASTERN BACON 16
5 lbs. Pure Leaf Lard -75
10 lbs. Pure Leaf Lard.. 1.40
10 lb. box National S da
Bishop's Jams, per jar 2
Every article guaranteed or
WINTER TERM NOW OPENING AT
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Superior Advantages in ell branches of
MUSIC, PHYSICAL CULTURE, ELOCUTION AND LANGUAGES.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY. Director.
Butter-Nut Bread is Good Bread
Need we say more? Manufactured and distributed only by Edward
Phone Main 89.
1,000 pounds best Eastern
200 sacks best Stockton
100 sacks Early Seed
SANTA FE TIME TABLE.
PHOENIX CITY TIME.
"The Diamond Jo," for Hot 1
Springs Junction, Wlcken
- burg, Prescott and branch
points, Jerome, Ash Fork,
Los Angeles, . San Fran
cisco and all points
west 2:00 a.m. 2:35 a.m.
"The Daylight Express,"
for Hot Springs Junction
(Castle Hot Springs),
Wickenburg, A. & C.
branch points, Congress
Junction, Prescott, Ash
Fork. Denver, Kansas
City, Chicago and all
points east 8:00 a.m. 4:10 p.m.
No trains on A. & C. Ry.
or Poland branch Suit-
Of Local Interest
i t KEZr Ks&f)
SOME CAULIFLOWER. What is
the matter with this cauliflower,
grown by Mrs. G. W. Walters, three
miles northeast of Peoria? It was
grown from seed she raised herself.
notwithstanding that the re.
Local Daily Weather Report for the
through a purification of the blood. Book oa Sores and Ulcers and anv
niedical advice free. - THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Forecast for today Fair.
Forecast for today light showers
, followed by fair.
: r.ar.mu U r. inches 29.8?
I Temperature, degrees 4
Iii-w point, degrees 42
j Humidity, per cent !1
i W ind direction K
, Wind velocity, miles S
! Rainfall, incht-s 36
' W eath.-r Cldy.
i Mean daily humidity 74
j Mi an daily temperature 47
Highest temperature f3
I Lowest temperature 41
: Total daily rainfall 0.44
i Accumulated excess In temperature
j since January 1, lex degrees.
Accumulated excess in rainfall since
January 1, 0.6X inch.
L. N. JESUNOFSKT,
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notice is hereby given that the an-
nual meeting of the stockholders of
i the Arizona-Vermont Copper Co. will
j be held at the office of the corporation
'at 23 East Adams street In Phoenix,
! Arizona, at 7 o'clock in the evening
or the 3rd day of March, 1908, for the
' purpose of electing officers for the en
' suing vear and for such other business
as may properly come before the meet
ing. E. PATXH PALMER, Sec'y.
Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 4 .
j WEBER'S WHITE LEGHORNS.
' Winners at Territorial Fair and best
jin the valley; eggs for hatching $1.00
and J 1.50 per sitting; $3.00 and $..00
Weber's White Leghorn Ranch, mile
west of Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz.
R. F. D. No. 2. I
M. A. YESHILIAN
Oriental Rugs and Carpets
Choicest and largest variety of Persian. Armenian and Turkish
Rugs ever brought into Phoenix. We can furnish any residence or
building with any desired size or quality of imported genuine Orien
We are herewith these valuable goods only in the best season r.f
Phoenix, this month. The sooner the choice the better the pick. Our
prices are plainly marked on every piece, absolutely with no change,
except in two Cases, for which please notice the sign in our window.
The deep, underlying cause of every old sore Is a bad condition of the
blood. This vital fluid has become infected with, some germ or poison which
prevents the place from healing. This infection may be the result of an in
active, sluggish condition cf the system leaving the refuse matter in the
body to be absorbed into the circulation instead of throwing it off through
the usuil channels of nature. Another cause is the weakening or Dollutinar
al good 1'fe-stream from hereditary taints, or from the effects of a long spell
Ise.d advertised bv the gardeners is , vl &".;.", icavui- uiscose germs in Uie system. aenme D10OQ13 1B IQ13
'said to be imported from Syain or ; condition a sore cannot heal because the impurities with which the circula
1 Italy and sells from $2.5o to $3 per tion is filled are being constantly discharged into the place to irritate and
ounce, this .seed. However. Drougni ; mname me tissues ana iuruier aisease the surrounding nesli. The only
forth a head of cauliflower that weigh- J treatment that can do any good is one that removes the cause, and for thi.?
ed three pounds, and that ought to be j purpose nothing equals S. S. S. It begins at the fountain head of the trouble
large enough for all practical purposes. , and drives out all germs, impurities and poisons, and then the place, being;
"uniTr 's.'!;uttit1"vir appear -PP th rich, pure blood, heals nattily and permanently!3' Local apt
that this plant ought to compare la- i k"""""-' " y, . u.i mjr k "airi
vorably with any other and it would
also seem that at the prices quoted
for good seed this plant would produce
several dollars worth alone. And if
that be true how much seed could be
grown on an acre? The books say that
cauliflower sed is now grown in com
mercial quantities in the Puget sound
country. If that so why not in the
Salt river valley? How much seed one
plant produces the writer has . no
knowledge, but a plant as big as that
of Mrs. Walters' ought to produce at
least a couple of ounces, one would
imagine, or say $5 worth. Raising
such plants say four feet apart each
way one would have 2.722 of them on
an acre. Producing $." worth of seed
each the revenue would be $Vl.610 per
acre, and that ought to be enough to
satisfy even an Arizona fanner. Talk
about intensive farming! The straw
berry man and the canteloupe farm
er with their little old live hundred or
a thousand dollars an acre crops would
be paupers alongside of the successful
cauliflower grower, who would be the
real agricultural aristocrat. If the
basis of this estimate is too high it
could be whittled down to one-fourth
as great and an acre would still make
a fine revenue for one white man.
FOR A WEEK'S VISIT. J. R. Dean
and wife are in the city for a week's
visit, guests of the Hotel Adams. Mr.
Dean is an oldtime Arizonian, having
served in this country under General
Miles in the old Indian fighting days.
He was here three years ago, when he
had charge of the work of getting out
a special edition of The Republican,
which many will remember as a very
creditable one both to Mr. Dean and
The Republican.- Mr. Dean is now
representing an eastern advertising
house, and is engaged in placing ad
vertising cabinets in hotels and public
''fOR SOLDIERS' HOME (5. W.
Hamilton, who was formerly a member
of the First Territorial volunteers, bet
ter known as McCord's regiment, left
last evening for the soldiers' home in
138 W. Washington,
Opposite Court House, Phoenix
DORRIS OPERA HOUSE, FRIDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 14, 1903.
' Frank W. Healy presents
A Dainty. Dancing. Delightful Comic Opera with TEDDY WEBB and
the - ,
SAN FRANCISCO OPERA CO
4C PEOPLE-40. Special feature. "THE BEAUTY CHORUS."
Prices $l.r,ft, $l.im, 7;c, 50c. Seats ready Thursday, Feb. 13, 19S,
at Roehmer's Drug Store.
JUDGE DAY HERE Judge James
; H. Day, of I'elina. Ohio, who spent
! sometime here last winter, being them
jac-impanied by his family, has returned
'again for another stay of a few weeks
I The judge has not yet decided to leave
his home state f--r good but he is
j coming to feel very much at home in
j TOURING ENGINEERS Arthur P.
Davis, chief engineer, L. C. Hill, sup
; engineers of the reclamation service,
all of whom attended the conference
: at Yuma last week, arrived in Tempe
i yesterday morning. From there they
j went to Granite Reef and it is undr
stood some of them and perhaps all of
: them will go to Roosevelt on a tour tf
Public stenographer at Hotel Adams.
All kinds of typewriting, copying etc-
ervising engineer, and several other done neatly and Quickly,
On tables of 150 pairs high grade button or lace, heavy or
soles in patent or vici ladies' boots, prices formerly $5.00, S4.50,
All sizes in the lot.
The big closing out sale in full blast.
THE SHOE AND STOCKING STORE
27-29 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
SEE OUR NEW QUARTERS
6 & 8 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Rozensweig's Jewelry Co.
The Pacific Mutual Lite Ic
surance Company -
GUARANTEES THE FOLLOWING:
1st. A Cash Income if you are dis
abled by accident.
2nd! A Cash Income if you are dis
abled by sickness.
3rd. A Cash Income if you become
4th. A Cash Income for yourself in
5th. A Cash Income for your fami.l.-
in case of your death. "0
One Contract, One Premium, Fivfr
Protect yourself that you may pro
W.T. S-W.B. BARR
S21-2 Fleming BldgT Phoenix. Arizona.
''jS'eTL and second hand bought,
sold djd exchanged.
35 North Center St
FOR SALE CHEAP
Eleven large lots, north 8th
Ave, block from car line. City
water, fine location, worth $300
each; the whole lot at $190 each.
FINEST CITY REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENT TN PHOENIX.
80 acre ranch; 20 acres in al
falfa; plenty of wt ter, good
ditches, fences and houses; 20
acres sowed to grain. Perfect
title. Spot cash, $2600. Don't
answer if you haven't the mon
ey. Must be sold quick; no
commission. C. E. M.f care Republican.
SOCIAL UNION The Catholic So
cial t'nlon will give a special leap year
box soeial and euchre party tonight at
St. Antony's hall at the corner of
Third and Monroe streets. All visit
ing and resident Catholics are cor
dially invited to attend.
BOARD OF TRADE MEETING
There will be a speeial meeting of the
directors of the board of trade this aft
ernoon at 4:3(1 o'clock. The purpose of
it will be to pass resolutions setting
forth the' reasons why the government
should erert a federal building in Phoe
nix and also to pass resolutions en
dorsing the action of the Central ave
nue special road district, wnich seeks
to gain the permission of congress t
bond itself to the amount of J3H.000 for
the improvement of that highway. It
will be pointed out that the assessed
valuation of the property within the
district is SJls.non, an asset that ought
to make the bonds gilt edge. But more
than that it will be shown that the
property has been increased in value
very much even by the makeshift sort
of a boulevard that now exists; so
much so in fact that market values
are far greater than the assessed val
uation. Kstiniated on the basis of re
cent sales in that district, the present
m:ket valuation of he district is $750,
oon. And with the improvement of the
road that will follow the issuance of
the bonds in question, the market val
ue ought to speedily reach the million
THE RIGHTS Of RIEF
SUBJECT OF PRAYER
Counsel Ach Denounces His Indict
ments as the Fruit of Fraud.
U S imports but little
more in 1904 than in 1864.
So much poor tea.
Your gTocer returns your mone j if you (Jont
Uke Schilling's But; we pay him.
S:m Francisco, Feb. 10. The audi
torium of the temple echoed this af
ternoon with tbe eloquence of Henry
Ach, chief counsel for Ruef, pleading
with the court, as if he already stood
before a jury, asking for the restora
tion to Ruef of the rights of which
Aeh declared the defendant "was de
prived through the chicanery of the
district attorney," and that he might
defend himself by the legal means
that th" law affords against "indict
ments obtained by the prosecution by
fraud.'.' ' '
Ach was still talking when Judge
Lawlor announced that the court
would continue the matter to Wednes
day when the prosecution, probably in
the person of Heney, will reply.
BLINDING SNOW STORM
Disclosed a Rich Deposit of Gold on
a NevaHa Desert.
Renrt. Xev.. Feb. 10. A special from
Hazen tonight says: 'While sheltered
from a blinding snow storm, after be
ing lost for twenty-four hours, A. H.
Oale and J. R. Thompson, former
railroad laborers, discovered a three
inch stringer seamed with gold on the
desert twelve miles south of here.
The report of the find toilay caused
200 government reclamation employes
to desert the camp and rush for the
scene. Hazen is likewise deserted.
Gale and Thompson staked the 'valu
able ground surrounding their lode.
They told of the deposit in a local
saloon, giving the public the first in
formation of the strike.
Dorris Opera House
ONE NIGHT ONLY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12.
The Perennial, the Pre-eminent, the Most Popular and Poetic of Plays
THE NEW BLACK CROOK
Goethe's Most Powerful Drama. Exactly as Produced at the World's
Leading Metropolitan Theaters.
Gloriously and Sublimely Staged. Costly, Colossal and Complete.
Munificent, Memorial, and Magnificent. The last triumphal tour.
50 PEOPLE 50
Big feature Vaudeville Acts. A chorus of bewitching beauties.
No advance in prices. Prices: $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c. Seats on sale
Monday at Boehmer's Drug Store.
A FULL LINE OF
CALL AND SEE
Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
130-132 West Washington St.
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