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T1IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1908.
6 Davidson's Cash Store Is Moving Into Dorris Heyman Furniture Co.'s old quarters. It need not interfere vuith our selling goods in every line as iwe are arranging to accommodate our customers. Remember that we are the' people to see for bargains in China and many other useful articles. Ranchers and Housewives, call and see our line of 40 different Moore's Ranges from $22.00 to $85.00. 10 per tent discount on every Range selling at $50.00 or over this month. Davidson's Gash Store Phoenix, A. T. Phone Red 363 ANSWERS (By DR. MUNSON, Optician.) Q. Why do school children, with good sight, require glasses? A. .Mainly to rest the eyes. The eye dues not obtain its growth until about tweive years of age. The grow ing eye is taxed beyond its strength: the proper glasses rest and preserve the eyes. Q. Why do children squint? A. By squinting or frow;ning the muscles in' the eye are partially re lieved of strain: this is nature's way. Study glasses relieve strain, and pre vent squint. Q. Why do school children have headache? A. They are due to reflex pain caused hy straining the eyes; the rem edy iv glasses to be worn while study ing. DR. E. MUNSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN 118 West Washington St. S 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. FOR RENT The best located storeroom on Washington St. A snap. See Home Baking Go M. J. PETTI D, Manager. Ranchers We want more milk or cream, Best Prices at The Maricopa Creamery Co, Phone Main I37 limmiimiiiiiimimmiiimiimmmiiiiuj I NAVAJO j Zi Blankets and Silverware, Braid- ZZ d Hair Hat Bands. ZZ 1 ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. i 45 N. Center, Phoenix Tiiiin;jnim;wii2:iaiiii:;iiii:iiiimiimnr C OF LOCAL INTEREST j "ONE" OFFENDER .loe Oludue was yesterday arraigned before Justice Kyle for drunkenness and disorderly conduct and was given seven days in jail. PRAYER MEETING. The prayer meeting at the Crittentin Home at 7.3n o'clock tonight will be led by 1!. T. Oillett. Preceding it there will be a ten-minute praise and song service. FUNERAL OF MRS. BURTIS. The funeral of the late Mrs. S. K. Htirtis. who died in Chicago, will be held this afternoon at 2.3" o'clock in the Iiaptist church, of which she has been a mem ber for manv years. FUNERAL OF JAMES BRASWELL. Tlie funeral of James Braswcll will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the undertaking parlors of Kasterling Ai -M'hitney. The funeral will be under the auspices of the Crand Traternity. HERE ON BUSINESS Krank Mealy and wife, the former represent ing the San Krancisco Opera company which will appear here for a two nights' house, terdny stand at the Dorris opera were visitors in the city yes in tlie interests of the com pany. TO REOPEN PICTURE SHOW. o. A. Bowen and II. T. Huntington have rented the room formerly occupied by the Ij Petite theater and will open up in a few days with a moving picture show and illustrated songs. The room was litted up for that purpose some time ago hy George Boost. TWO ARRESTED. A man and a woman were arrested yesterday for not being married after they had led the police to believe that they were, the latter discovering the truth by observ ing their irregular conduct. The wom an paid tlT, bail bond which she for feited, and the man still languishes un der an assessed bond of $"l he could not furnish. BETTER YESTERDAY. Horsfelt. the man taken into custody Sunday by the police on the theory that he was insane, was much Improved mentally yesterday, anil it is believed that he was merely intoxicated, though he is not usually given to liquor. His rela tives will take tare of him if it is fin ally determined that he is in a safe condition to he released. THE PHILATHEA CLUB The Philathea club of the X. XT. E. church will give a spread tonight at 6:30 in the church parlors. All the young la dies are cordially invited as a pro gram with special features will be given after the banquet and a fine time is promised to all. Come and I you are promised a pleasant evening, i USED AS AN AD. A very fine half j tone of the Gila river bridge on the P. j& K. just this side of the first tunnel 'appears in the advertisement of the ! American Bridge company of New I York In the Railway Age of recent is j sue. The pictureshows up the bridge iand plan of construction very distinct ly. The tunnel entrance appears in I the background. NOTED CLERGYMAN TO VISIT CASTLE HOT SPRINGS. The man agement of the Castle Hot Springs ho tel received a telegram yesterday that Dr. and .Mrs. Donald Sage Mackay of New York will arrive the last of the week for a six weeks' visit. Dr. and Mrs. Mackay are now at Atlantic City, bin the inclement weather ha forced them to leave there and seek the finest winter climate in the world. EL PASO PLEASED WITH BLACK CROOK. The Illack Crook company Is evidently giving good satistaetion on its western tour. The manager of the Dorris opera house yesterday received the following telegram - from Frank Rich, manager of the Kl Paso opera house: "The Rlack Crook company played here to big business. It is a line clean show and everybody was de lighted." BACK TO TOWN-Krnest R. Hall, the Saloiiu mining man. was in the city yesterday for the first time for several weeks and reports things as lively in the Owens district in Mo have county where he has been for some time. The McCracken mine is showing ui' fine and the company is now working forty-five men. He will spend several days in the valley at the ranch before returning to the mine. LEFT FOR LOS ANGELES K. Kotlie and wife inil mother left last night for Ls Angeles to be gone a few days. Mr. Kothe will return about Thursday and" continue the work here for the Calkins syndicate, in the interest of the on-hard and Farm and The Republican, jointly of fering the finest bargains in the scenic photograph line ever seen in the southwest. HURRYING THE BRIDGE WORK. K. J. Carmody, of the Valley bank, has returned from Parker where he reports that 21."i men are employed In the construction of the bridge for the Arizona & California railroad, over the Colorado river. The men are worked in both day and night shifts, ami the construction is being pushed along as fast as possible. It Is the purpose of the contractors to have the bridge finished hy June 1st. Valentines PRETTIEST LINE BIGGEST STOCK McNEILC0. The PEOPLE with the GOODS opposite Court House AN OMAHA VISITOR H. F. Cur tis, representing the Nickel Plate, with headquarters at ( maha, has been a visitor in the city for several days on railroad business. He reports that traffic to and from his city is below the normal just at present, though in the special instance of the packing line, the shipments of cattle and pro- i duets of the packing houses have been better than usual. Grain and other lines have been very otiict. The past year was good for the dry farming sectii n. wh.-re some raised as high as thirty bushels of wheat to the acre. There has been lots f rain over the state and business conditions are ex cellent, lands increasing in values and settlers coming in in goodly numbers. SHEEPMEN SMILING. If a sheep man was asked once yesterday he was asked a score of times how he liked the kind of a day it was and the reply was in eiu li instance that it was the great est weather he ever saw. Word yester day was that a good deal of snow had fallen in the mountains, and that the rains had been general over the desert ranges. The sheepmen felt yesterday that the safety of their industry was practically assured, the latest rains clinching the argument in their favor. No wool has been hid on yet, so no fig ures on the selling price have been giv en out. Thirty shearers are now at work at Beardslev, one day by thrc" o'clnck turning out over 4. ami head. They are expected to shear .limit in ten hours. It is said that the bunch at the camp are the fastest in the country among them being Wyne. who holds the rec ord of 3us head in ten hours, which at 7 cents, an average price, would mean J-l.Tiii. not a small earning for one ilay. Most of the men are shearing over 150 head and some of them can average 2'W right a-long. Reserving Nothing and flooding the com munity with the greatest , Shoe bargains the Citizens of Phoenix have ever known. This Great Shoe Sale has been packing our store with eager buyers from start to finish. You can't afford to miss it. Just as Advertised a big discount on Every thing. H. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. PINAL COUNTY MINES. It would appear from reports that there are a lot of promising mines under develop ment in Pinal county south of the C.ila river, though the sections that have been most exploited are mainl north of it. One group of which a favorable report has just been heard is owned hy N'ick Myers, foreman of the Two Queens mine. It is situated near An telope Peak eight miles southwest of I )udle ville, and is said to lie a line copper prospect. Another is the Maryland-Arizona group of twenty-five copper claims at I (agger Well, east of Florence and fourteen miles south of Kelvin. Three men are employed in development. Judge Snider, manager of the Two Queens, being the Arizona representative of the com pan v. PLEASED WITH COUNTRY W. 1 K. Wheeler and wife of Telluride. I Colo., w ho have been guests of the Hotel Adams for a few days, will leave this morning for Castle Hot Springs to spend a short time, from which place they will go to the Crand Can yon. l.,os Angeles and return home hy Salt Lake. Mr. Wheeler is president of the Telluride Rank and this is his first trip to Phoenix, though he saw the canyon three years ago on a horsebalk journey from Colorado. The country appeals to him here as very prosperous and having a wonderful future. Telluride is R.SftO feet in alti tude and is the center of a big gold mining district. The mines about Tel luride are located up in the moun tains, 13.0(10 feet above sea level, where it snows most any day In the summer. None of the mines, says Mr. Wheeler, has been affected by the financiiil troubles. Mr. Wheeler and wife ar: on a purely pleasure trip and hearing of Phoenix and Castle Hot Springs through advertising, concluded to In clude both in their itinerary. o McKee's ad today; lower pri es. $15 15 15 15 15 15 WE HAVE RE-ADJUSTED OUR STOCK OF SEA SONABLE CLOTHING TO SUIT PflESENT CON DITIONS. The class of merchandise we nre selling is of the highest, while the prices that we are quoting nr.- so low thru to thoroughly appreciate our offering, you must not consider the prices as having any rela tion to the actual nualilies. We have no old stock nothing that is not strictly in fashion and proper to wear at the moment. Wln-tln r y'oii want a Suit or overcoat for business or dress wear, you will find it here, made in a variety f fabrics thut will suit your taste, your figure nd your pi:rsc. We offer this week some extraordinary specials: 150 MEN'S SUITS, HART, SCHAFFNER &. MARX, AND ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO., MAKERS. REA SONABLY priced at 20. S22.50. 823 AND 27.50. SPECIAL THIS WEEK S15.00 HULETT Use the best tooth powder and tooth brush and have pretty white teeth. See the bargain in our west window. 35 cents for combination. -:- -:- Elvey Quality Druggists Mail Orders Shipped Promptly. Phone Main 1 . - I Remember! i 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. McKee's ad today; lower prices. There-s four of us and we're such friends. As intimate as can be: And each of us at Valentine sends Donofrio's cactus candy to the other three. The end is in sight and vour opportu nity to get a Suit, Overcoat or Trous ers at cost will soon begone. You must act quickly now, if you wish to secure any of these matchless bargains we are now offering. This sale will last one more week, after which we will de vote our attention to preparing for Spring business. THE w.wash.5t. 0a&6eti WW V7 SIS 15 15 15 .15 15 2 J H U Sett Phoenix. UIl!llimiIUMI;illll!ftlinil!!UU!l!II:, I VALENTINES I BE SURE TO COME AND SEEOUR CISPLAY OF VALEN- B TINES ONE OF THE VERY BEST TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY. I CHAIN'S STATIONARY AND NEWS CO. 11-13 N. CsnUr St :ii!niiiiiHHimmimiiii!mi!i;fmiiif!iii.' Valentines Valentines Valentines Biggest and Best Assortment in town all Prices BerryhiH's Big Bock Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat" Two acres in alfalfa with good well, j house and fence; only two miles from ! the center of city, on main road. S1.200 I i Five and ten -acre lots, best soil and I location in the valley, all In alfalfa, at $150 Per ace. Money to loan on real estate at 8 per cent L. J. RICE, Manager. TRUST DEPARTMENT UNION BANK SAYS 0 i S T II INQUIRE AT 141-3 NORTH CENTER STREET 0 1 ! I t i I Next Door to Postoffice 5 ' i 1 1 1 1 1 1 BARK & BURNETT 6 M g I s I Phone Main 242 Kodaks. Photo Stock, Stationery, Talbot 8 OSj) rES p. mm Sheers Hardware Store. Home of Pure Drugs Fresh Rubber Goods. Just Opened a New Line" Hot Water Bottles, Fountain Syringes, Atomizers. Every Piece Guaranteed for 1 Year. I THE ADAMS IN HOTEL ADAMS. "TrTTTTTTrT rrF rr SPONGE IB Bargain at Bears New line of Iileached Bath Sponges at 2"c. .All large sized sponges. We are makers of low prices: other follow. THE BEAR DRUG STORE I Mail order business our spe cialty. Opposite City Hall. Address P. O. Box 578. Our mail orders filled same day. Tou are entitled to Eat- The at the Best' Kastcrn BACON Rest Eastern HAM Best Oregon i POTATOES 2d PER LB Tou get just what you pay for at Wetzler's Grocery Phone Black 961. 35 W. Wash. SLV f Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmers. Lady Assistant. 29 West Adams SVeet Telephone Mab 122. i 'i i ns ii "I LOVE YOU SO" Merry Widow Waltz Duet, on either Victor or Edison Record for Februarv. FEBRUARY RECOSDS ARE HERE. They ar- fine come and listi n to them. E. L ANDREWS & SON !-ll E Washington Street, Ph.M-nix, Arizona. Talking Machines, Sporting Goods. Hubbard's PHARMACY ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR. s" 1 1 ' i We can saveyou money on Bicycle Tires No dead rubber; fresh from factory. All Standard Makes Motorcycles, Bicycles, Sun dries and General Repairing. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. Phone Red 537. 31 S. First Ave. & Saws r i u Bin LI id rnn ! II I M WW Best AitJEm 15 I PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY, j Agents. i t t t