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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY 3IORXIXG, FEBRUARY 19, 1908.
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To oil the Dairy Tubu
lar, just pour a spoon
ful or two of oil into
the gear case once or
twice a week.
EZRA W. THAYER
124.130 E. Wash. at. 127-133 E-. Adams at.
PROPHETIC WORDS OF
SALT LAKE PAPER
Arizona's Near Future as Predicted
in the Chief City of Her Northern !
Neighbor.
Walter Eilingson of Salt Lake City,
formerly one of the best liked and best
known youngsters in this village but
now holding an important position
with Salt Lake railroad, retains his
loyalty to Arizona even though he has
been away a long time. Xo matter
where he may be his heart is in Ari
zona. The other day the Salt Luke
Telegram published an editorial that
Arizonians will appreciate and Walter
forwarded -a copy of it with the com
ment; "A Boost for Dear Old Ari
zona." And this is a reproduction of
i he editorial which bore the title, "The
Near Future of Arizona:"
Prof. Frank K. Bigelow, in the
Geographic Magazine, tells some won
derful stoi ies of the country around
the Salton sea. Where the water can
be carried upon the land, the land pro
duces ten luxuriant crops of alfalfa
annually. It hardly gives the farmers
lime dispose of one crop until another
kowcTcr, by the w ef Alette's Friend before bibj cornea, this
great liniment always prepare the body for the train epoa It, and
preserve the symmetry of her form. Mother Friend orercomes all tho
Aaager of child-birth, and carries ti oxpectant mother safely threogk
this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest biaaeicff.
Thousands gratefully tall ef tie enat and relief 6erii& from the
MJO of this wonderful
remedy. Sold by all
druggists at$x.oopsr
VcttU. Otr little
bock, telling ail about
'this liniment, will be
- inn
THE FRENCH KITCHEN
THE RIGHT FLACE TO EAT.
Will be open day and night. Short orders and regular meals.
YEE BEN & KING CO., PROPS.
11 West Wash. St.
Jit it
tife I ml
O. STERN 4. SOM
me took
Vi
is it Francis
Popular New Spring Styles in Mil
linery, Ready-to-Wear and Shapes
FRANCIS
A DANDY FOR. YOU
Look at tills Sharpies Dairy Tubular Cream Separator a minute. It
skims all the milk from a whole herd in just a few minutes skims it clean,
and just as soon as drawn from tho cows. Xo milk sitlin:? around no
skimming by hand no pans, crocks or cans to wnsTi skim milk ready to
feed while fresh and warm.
It's the Tubular
4
Co sure you get the Sharpless Dairy Tubular Cream Separator for It's
a dandy entirely different from all others. Notice the waist low supply ran
and wholly enclosed, entirely self-oiling gear. A Dairy Tubular has done 24
years' work without repairs and used or.ly 3 quails of oil. All Tubulars are
just as durable as that one. Dairy Tubulars are built right are neat and
and economical iirip no oil use the. same oil over and over again. 1 sell the
Tubular. It's the leading separator. Everybody likes it. Drop in and look at
it and while you are in. g'-t a calalog.
is ready. Down there cantaloupes are
ready for iriarket .thirty to forty days
sooner than in any other spot in the
I'nited States. Just north of the Sal
ton sea the government has planted
some dates and figs ami is producing
dates and figs equal to 'the very finest
in the world and the calculation now
is that within twenty years from this
date all the dates consumed in the
I'nited States will be produced on our
own soil, say 2MOfl.ono pounds, or
10,(100 tons, annually. This statement
to any one who ever looked uton that
region in its native state will seem like
an editorial in the Smoot organ.
This is a very wonderful region. Pro
fessor Bigelow says that the Gulf of
California once extended up to about
the head waters of the San Joaquin
river. That would" have made southern
California and Lower California prac
tically an island. But the Colorado
river was having- its way and carry
ing down debris from Colorado, Utah
and Arizona, and it finally dammed
the gulf. Congress js now hesitating
about giving Arizona statehood. The
m-n of Arizona can afford to laugh at
that, if half that is told is true, for in
the next quarter of a century Arizona,
will be about the richest sate in the
union. Its crops of dates, figs, all the
semi-tropical fruits Its oranges, are
sweeter than California oranges its
TZlCtJ TCBU COTOtt ft
shapely, pretty fiy? i
many of them dcplora tka
loes cf theu rma form
after marriage, rh bearing
of children it often dsstrectiv
to the mother's hepeliBeee.
All of thu cm be sroidad.
Mather's
wmsX tnm. i73 wf s xsk rft -7iF
mil vs fui K-J wem
mm
Security Building, Los Angeles
Oldest & Largest in Southwest.
Capital and Surplus $1,200,000.00
4 Per Ct. Interest paid on Term Deposits
19 Years in Business
This Month
We are still doing business In the
o'd stand with a finer line of novel
ties than we ever handled before. We
import a great quantity of ENGLISH
and SCOTH TWEEDS and WORS
TEDS direct and can guarantee to our
customers the latest in the market.
l:y close personal attention to cut
ting and fitting we have made the en
viable reputation as the High Art
Tailors ol Arizona. If you absolutely
want the best, made up right, call and
inspect.
D. Nicholson
IMPORTING TAILOR.
CLOAK AND
SUIT HOUSE
fields of cacti and alfalfa! Its grain
and mines will give it a productive ca
pacity which when measured in dol
lars, will make the crack agricultural
states of the east look like 30 cents.
Arizona has great i streams of water;
her desert soil is marvelously fertile
when touched by moisture just now
the promise over her is about the
brightest of any region in this union.
The evaporation down there is some
thing fearful, but this must in a meas
ure be neutralized by making the res
ervoirs as deep as possible and not
too large on the surface. The govern
ment is investigating that question of
evaporation now.
In Illinois the farmer makes corn
his crop. All else that the farm yields
is in substance a by-product.
In the south cotton is what corn is
in Illinois or wheat in Minnesota.
In Arizona the farmer will depend
upon his dates, his figs, his oranges,
his jieaches, his prunes; while outside
his one hundred acres of cacti will en
able him to keep a thousand head of
cattle and a drove of a thousand tu-fr
keys as by-products, and if he will not
be nearer up to date than any of his
horny-handed brothers in other states,
he will at least have the dates.
o
CYANIDE PLANT FOR
HARQUA MALA SOON
Pres. Larson Says They Intend to
Have One Installed Within Six
Months.
K. T. Larson, president of the Ilar
qua Hala Mining company, aiid J. H.
Cannon, a stockholder, of Ironwood,
Michigan, and L. P. Stevens of Los
Angeles, have just finished a trip of
inspection to the mine and left for
their homes with the intention of re
turning about April 2 for the annual
meeting of the company in Phoenix.
"We were very much pleased with
the prospects at the mine," said Mr.
Larson to The Republican before de
parting. "W'e are now employing 25
men and by Sunday will finish a clean
up which will make the total gold
taken out of the property from its be
ginning S4".i'n. We are working on
the Kagle mine which we expect to
push much deeper. Regarding the
cyanide plant, we hope to have that
Insta'led before fhe summer is over.
There is fully 2'mi.ihmi tons of good ore
in sight, enough to run a three hun
dred ton mill for the next two years.
This plant is much needed to operate
Hothlnc; Suececaa liho 6j;-.vj
E3. ttlBCi.CS
KNOWN TMKOUOHOUT
THC SOUTHWC31
iiUliJUU' Wp
i: CHRONiC DISEASES
h .d tli4 confldenoi
rnd p4tnma?6 cf tbJ
leading busiuos? me
and moat projjineul
c it it&t: of Arizona. The
Ltor'or r i.mcoate ol
Harvard Mdice.l Coll wo. Was former!; mem
ber cl the Rho'Je fe'end anO Coionio Ste. ktedies
Soc-etiw, ana Lir.i HtatksI'kxkon hXA
irEa. Hrwitli m wealth Kcooon-y to be t7elli
4r von aufleriu f roni eoaio ci.ron;c anecrioc!
A,ra foil wak. aul- and anahie to peifeiir tta
'jrdinnrj C.ut.iu of life! Ii o, baware of intaai
zitvliciues, ine.xieri?ucnd and anskillod phjsi
2ians. iJr. llibbar i mpiofs none aut raliooal
and scientific metbolr, a be i:ouriuu
drarra in rp.mev'rf lhft ?oi-jnouB efTocts
BLOCOv'j PRIVATU'WSKAaJiS from t..f
VftTC. SLXo'AL WBKNESH. with all lu
baDful ffecta p4jitiTelv rnrei br tbo IrtrV
and bwt remedi. Clifon;c nerroue. hlool
kitiiiA, urinary, bladder ei'd epecm) Jifceiait
treated ia a arrictly !irolat9 roanoer,
rtiblmrd Bii'Uinjr,
ZS-8 Sou'li 2nd A., PiUNiix, Arizona.
!onauicat-ioii free, ilotir 10 to 'i ; 1 tu .i. aa?
I mo AfiuroM ail coromnniction.
SKIIXF'JL
succESsrv..
r-i tAPLS'
MASSIE IS STILL AT THE SAME
OLD PLACE.
Massie has second hand goods.
Massie has new goods.
Massie Has new blankets.
Massie has new comforts.
Massie has new mattresses.
Massie has new rugs.
Massie has new mattings.
Massie has new pillows.
Massie has new shades.
Massie has new springs.
Massie has second hand beds.
Massie has second hand dressers.
Massie has second hand stoves.
Massie has second hand machines.
Massie has second hand rugs.
Massie has second hand guns.
Massie has second hand pistols.
Massie has book cases.
Massie has tin ware.
Massie has granite ware.
Massie has enameled ware.
Massie has chairs.
Massie has rockers.
Massie is the man.
Massie is open for business.
Massie will buy all your goods.
Massie will treat you right.
Massie's for bes prices.
Massie, the second hand man.
Massie, 32-34 West Wash. St.
Massie's phone is Main 351.
See Massie.
the mine successfully and on a more
extensively scale.
"Sinking has been continued on the
l'.onanza shaft to about 2ti" feet and
work has been begun on another lo
f'-et. The two shafts are connected by
an aerial tram. Mining activities
seem to b increasing In the district.
We spent three days in investigating
the workings and the development of
the Hariun Ha!a and everything is
going along satisfactorily, shifts work
ing both night and day." Before de
parting both the gentlemen from Iron-
rwood ordered The Kepublican sent to
then- address, saying that they wished
to keep posted on what was transpir
ing in Arizona, particularly In the
mining line.
o
i l lH-itl'H ' WH
AMUSEMENTS. f
Fresh from its phenomenal engage-
I ment at the Garrick Theater, Chicago,
j comes Pixley & Luder's merry mu
sical masterpiece to the Dorris opera
house Thursday Feb. 2". tJus Wein
burg. who origipated the nalue part,
and by the way's warm Phoenix fav
orite, will be welcomed as "The Bur
gomaster." In his long and varied
career, Mr. Weinburg ha:! never had a
part which fitted him to such a nicety
as Peter Van Stuyvesant in this mer
ry miisieale. Ruth White will be
remembered as the original Willie
Van Astorbilt, and in this year's pro
duction is exceedingly clever. "How
Many Have You Told That To?" an
original song. Is numbered among the
song hits in "The Burgomaster."
Manager W. P. C'ullen has made a
sumptuous production for this year's
tour and aU in all should enjoy a huge
patronage.
"WOODLAND."
Henry W. Savage is to present his
revival of the charming comic opera,
"Woodland." at the Dorris Opera
House on Mondav. Feb. 24.
The story of "Woodland" is imagin
ative and poetic, the characters are
ail chosen from the feathered tribe and
furnish opportunities for a great di
versity of suggestive costumes, from
the broadly comic blue jay and the
rooster to the gorgeous peacock and
pert Jenny Wren. The comedy cf 'the
piece is clean and refined and the ac
tion at all times sprightly, but the
principal charm will perhaps be found
in the music. The songs are delight
fully lively, tuneful and catchy, and
j See
I Shoes
Novelty Embroideried
SPECIAL SHOWING CF NOVELTY EMBROIDERED COSTUMES, A
BE USELESS. THEY'RE BEAUT
HELIO AND RESEDA MULL.
WHITE AND COLORS IN THE
Some of the Daily
Xew "Paris Mousssline" for even
ing wear: Its handsome; is f2
indies wide; very moderately
priced at. yard 83
IMPORTANT SUBSCRIPTION ANNOUNCEMENT:
To Readers of "The Delineator
WE ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING RATES FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS.
For One Year ,
For Two Years
For Three Years
For Five Years . .
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS INQUIRE AT OUR PATTERN DEPARTMENT!
See Our Window Display of New Spring Embroideries
In The
Ladies' fine Swiss nibbed Corset
Covers, high neck and short sleeves,
extra value, at - S1.00
Our Pat. Pump. Like Cut
S4.50
"The Skirt House of Tailor-Made Merit"
H01 busfint's-? vi,lh a sIarkIi"K collection of Tailored Skirt, which are really artisticallv cut and tailored,
o ki cf'"foun1e 1" any sense with so-cald tailor-made products, but of a dfstinctive character onlv
posstble at the hands of real tailors. Only one look is required to note the lines of true proportion . brought
teriaTfT Z V"' V em',ha'" b" the employment in every case of 'the correct "m"
tenal ror the model. Prices range from .r t oort nt
And every skirt is made by' a tailor. J " bO.UU
"Lace Jackets"
Ladies' Lace Jackets in ecru, white, cream and lav
ender, silk braided and handmade models of excel
lence; see them at our suit annex.
Prices from S20.00 to 27.50
"Ecru Net Waists"
Ecru net waists of fine quality net with val. lace
and insertion, butterfly sleeves or some pretty de
signs, with four rows cluny lace insertions and
large lace, medallions, JS.Ert ' values; only a limited
quantity of these waists. Speciul price -S6.00
;the ensembles and choruses ha.-e been j
I declared to be the best Mr. Gustave j
iLuders has ever written. As in the'
care of all of Mr. Savage's offerings.
! th.e staging of the piece will be found ,
ito be elaborate, costly nnd artistic.
When the opera Is given here It will
be the same in every-' detail as .vhen it
was originally presented in Boston. i
Woodland is in two acts and both
I are laid in the cool shade of the forest
land represent a scene in the woods at
I early dawn. The characters repre
jsent. by the colors and particular fea
tures of their costumes, the birds they
! ar supposed to represent, as not a
feather is used in cny of the costumes.
iBY THE GOVERNOR OF ARIZONA j
I A Proclamatioin of Arbor Day as a
' Holiday in the Northern Counties
' of the Territory
To the People of Apache, Coconino,
!Mohave, Navajo and Yavapai oun-
ties:
It is provided by statute of this ter
ritory that the Friday following the
first dav of April in each year shall
be known as Arbor Iay in the above
named counties, and shall he observed
(as a holiday.
.Vpw .therefore, by virtue of that
'statute, and in accordance with the
j directions thereof, I, W. F. Nichols,
j for the time being acting governor of
i Arizona, do hereby proclaim that I'ri
jday. the th!rd day of April, nineteen
i hundred and eight, designated by said
statute as Arbor Day, shall be in the
jcounties first above named a holiday.
jAnd following the wording of the law,
il recommend that said day be observ
! (Xi by the people of the said counties
of Apache. Coconino, Mohave, Navajo,
and Yavapai by the planting of trees,
shrubs and vines; in the promotion of
forest and orchard growth and cul
ture, and hv the adornment of public 1
and private grounds, places and !
ways, and by such other efforts and
undertakings as shall be in harmony
with the character of the day so es
tablished; all in accordnn -e with the
provisions of Title IV. Arboriculture,
Revised Statutes of Arizona. 1301.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the
seal of the Territory to he af
fixed. Done at the Capitol at
(Seal) the City of Phoenix. thi3
eighteenth day of February,
nineteen hundred and eight.
W. F. NICHOLS.
By the Acting Governor;
I.. V. COLLINS.
Assistant Secretary of 'he
Territory of Arizona.
Prosper Barijone, commission mer
chant, 19 South Center EL
THE BEST ALWAYS"
IFUL. SEE THEM. THEY COME IN
BATISTE AND SWISS 2VEROIDERED IN
VERY NEWEST SPRING STYLES. PRICES
Xew sheer dress und waist batiste
in corded, checked and striped and
dotted patterns, 27 inches wide.
Price 20-
Underwear
Ladies fine Jersey Ribbed Vests
and Pants vests H. X. ami L. S.
pants trimmed with deep lace.
Very special value. Per gar
wnt 33
Evening
Shoes
We have just opened a new line
of Ladies' Evening Shoes, in
baby blue, pearl grey, cham
pagne, white and brown, ooze,
very swell, new low cuts, and
models of workmanship
S4.00 and S5.00
It
Burrojap's
"Burrojap" Shoes for men, the
only thoroughly guaranteed pat
ent leather shoes in the city.
Goldwater's stand ready 'to show
-vou S3.00 and SG OO
Phoenix to Act
TheCountry
dub's
AjSA KM
Ej
February 27
The I
Man From
Mexico
With
Josepli Wheeiock, Jr.
Dorris Opera I
House
COMING
Scoffs Santal-Fepsin Capsules
jjsA POSITIVE CUR
li'ortcnammation or Catarrh
of the Bladder and Uiseacd
Kidneys. No cure no pay.
Cure quietly aud Perma
nently the worst eaes '
fcronorrlioea and Gleet, no
matter ol how lung stand
ine. Absolutely harm lets
Sold by druesists. Price
1 if), or bj rail. postpa'd,
,1 it), 3 boxes i. 1 5.
THE SANTAL-PtPSiH C.1
aE'-l.FOMTAIME. OHIO.
HULETT- AoanU.
ELVEY t
"niMJt.amiBHjm
See The
lace
Pony
Jackets
Costumes
DESCRIPTION OF WHICH WOULD
WHITE, PINK. LIGHT BROWN
$12.50to$30.00
Arrivals
II Xew Silk Ginghams, 27 inches wide,
in the new sprirg colors, checked
and plaid patterns. They make
very pretty d:eses. Price "2.TiC
$1.M
$1.60
. .' 2.25
$3.50
Section
Ladies' white tape Girdles, boned
with steel; sell at 50
Our Ladies, tan, calf or pat.
kid, 2 or 3 buckle pump like cut
a very swell number. 3.00
i
White Waists"
i
Ladies' crossbar Swiss Waists, two tucks over shoul
der, button in front, detachable colla-r. trimmed with
large pearl buttons or button in back, with fine
tucks. Speclalvalues go qq
"White Skirts"
White Skirts of linen, pink, duck and linen, the best
quality, in plain, tucked or with folJs. The latest
spring cuts. Prices from SI. 50 to 7.00
PROSPECTORS
FARMERS
. MINERS
Get the best staple groceries at
the lowest prices. We have a
large and well assorted stock
of groceries that's why our
store Is so bnsv all the time.
The finest TEA3 and COF
FEES. Buy Griebel's Groceries.
FRANK GRIEBEL'S
218-220 W. Washington 81
Phone 431.
I STAR and I
j RUBY "our
are the two best
brands sold in the
valley. Can be
purchased on the
South Side of
BIRCHETT BROS., T. J.
PARRY, GOODWIN BROS,
and A. S. CELAYA, Tempe
or any store in Mesa.
J
. H. O. RAMSEY
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Gentle horses and nice rigs for hire.
Office and stable corner First av
enue and Jefferson St.
Phone Black 552. Phoeryx. Ariz.
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