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T11E ARIZONA KLTUBL1CAX, AVI2DMJSDAV 3101lM.i, FI'JJIU'AKV IV, 11)08.
Davidson s"0F l0ML NJEREST Cash Store IS MOVING INTO THE QUARTERS FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY THE DORRIS-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO. COME AND SEE US JUST THE SAME, as we are moving our stock so tliat we can reach any article our cus tomers may want to purchase. Re member that we are giving a discount on every Moore's Range retailing at ?50.00 and over, besides many other bargains in fancy china and fancy lamps. Davidson's Gash Store Phoenix, A. T. i Phone Red 363 The sooner weak eyes have attention Jhe better. But be sure they Ret pro per attention. tor testing them means accuracy: accuracy means comfort: comfort means satisfaction. DR.E.MUNSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN 118 West Waihinoton 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. SU. Phoenix, Ariz. Genuine Rye Bread AVe have it. made from straight Wisconsin rye flour, which is a guarantee of its purity. We have the flour for sale, any quantity, five cents a pound. Home Baking Go M. J. PETTI D, Manager. Ranchers We want more milk or cream, ' Best Prices at The Maricopa Creamery Co, Phcne Main 137. ymiiiiiMmmmwimiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiijyj I NAVAJO Blankets and Silverware, Braid E d Hair Hat Band. ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. 1 n 45 N. Center, Phoenix .Tiiiiiiiiui:iiiiiii;iiiiii;ii;ii:ii;iiiiiiiiiiinr7 1 K J NOTARIES PUBLIC Acting Cov crr.or Nichols yesterday appointed Meyer Horsch of Morenci and John M. Johnson of Fiisbee. notaries public. A WINTER -VACATION. K. F. Dunlevy. clerk of the district court. yesterday returned from . -,. ., ...... ... .. vacation at Iais Angeles. Speaking of j the general political situation on the i coast, ami more particularly in Los Angeles. Mr. Imnlevy said that he did noi find the Koraker sentiment so n- tense and outspoken that it might be j called raie;iant. i FOREST GRAZING. W. H. K. ed. j f crest supervisor, is at the Hotel d- j anis for a few da;s and will devote the l'(h and :Mst to giving informa tion to ail ho desire it concerning the securing of glazing permits in the new area of the Tonto national forest, and the extension of the Heno sheep trail. RETURN OF HORSE THIEVES Deputy Sheriff Jeff Adams returneil i yesterday morning with Holmes and I odell the youthful horse thieves who some time ago stole a couple of horses, a buggy and a lot of harness in the neighborhood of Mesa. They ere ov ertaken beyond iiia Kend. The young men attempt no concealment of their gilt. IN THE BRADSHAWS. W. K. I lefty returned home yesterday from a triu in the r.radshaws on , mining I business. He says things are x some- j what quiet in that section at present. but cverybodv is hoping for the early starting f the Humboldt smelter ! which will add a great deal of encour agement to the owners of properties under development. SEARCH FOR J. N. ANDERSON. .Marshal Moore has received a request j from :'. (I. Messerlv of Osage City, j Kansas.- for information concerning j Joseph Nathaniel Anderson, if he is in j this section. He lived near Osage City j intil four years ago. since when his anxious relatives have lost track of j him and will be willing to pay for any i information fhey can get. He is 2'.' i years old. weighs Hift pounds, has blue I eyes, light brown hair and probably j no beard. I ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION. i Acting Governor W. F. Nichols yes- I terday issued toe usual Arbor Day j proclamation for the counties of j Apache, Coconino. Navajo. Mohave land Yavapai, designating April 3 as i i the official dav for tree planting in i those counties. There is no law against planting trees after that date ' however, or before either, if anybody i is energetic enough to dig through the j snow. j GOING TO LOS ANGELES. H B. I i St. Claire left last night for Yuma I where h" will attend the opening of I bids for county printing of blanks and j .other supplies for the ensuing year., I After that he will 540 to Los Angeles j to purchase machinery for engraving ! land embossing, the company proposing . to eipiip itself for doing a class of ; I work that heretofore could only be done outside the ti rritory. Mr. St. Claire expects to he gone about a week. A TRIO OF JOKERS. Three Mexi can boys are under arrest for having distorted ideas of humor. Alejandro Arvisus. fristatito Yillanueva and Reyes Kspinosa were before Justice Johnstone, charged with tresspassing on the property of the Industrial Lib-v erty band in the absence of the au thorities of that organization. The boys went to the head quarters of the band and did something to the bass j drum alter which the musicians have been unable to hlow it. DIRECTIONS WANTED Secretary (ieorge W. Cowgill if the hoard of trade has been in Correspondence for a couple of months with a Utah man who is planning to head a party of several families which intend to come to this valley to reside permanently. They desire to come overland, bringing their horses and other effects with them, but they are in doubt as to the right road to take or the better road, if there be a choice. Mr. Cowgill is not familiar with the roads of north ern Arizona and would be obliged if any person who is familiar, will call on him at once and leave directions that he. may forward them for the fcilicncfit of the prospective colonists i SENT TO THE ASYLUM Chris--tian Bauer an old man who has been living in the southwestern part of th 1 1 or me last eigm years was com mitted to the asylum yesterday. His hallucination, or one of his hallucina tions led him to insult women and children in the neighborhood. Some time ago he was brought before the court on a charge of insantiy. At that time the old man imagined that he had a gas well on his projy and that the gas company was trying to get possession of it. At his 'examina tion though his answers to questions were so coherent that he was dis charged. His actions since then have constituted so much of a nuisance in the neighbi rhood that the court had come to believe that if he was not sent to the asylum indignant husbands Will You Incorporate We Furnish Litho graph Certificates, Seals, Etc., on quick notice. McNEIL CO. The PEOPLE with tho GOODS opposite Court House anil fathers of little girls in that com munity would sent him to the under taker. FRUIT TREES ARRIVING. Hull i'.ms., nurserymen, have ncived a carload of fruit trcts which they say j are f'e best tv-'-K that i r came to Arizona to reside permanently and thev would like to have all the Salt river valley people meet them and set acquainted. The trees will be unload ed in a day or so in the De.Ylund war- " M l" V '""V." rov crs giauuing nou.se una a coruiai invitation is cxicnuto to every Dony m-U-rested in trees to come and see them. AN INSANE INDIAN. Deputy Sheriff idea, returning from a trip i" " ..... ti,.. river the other day brought hack with Inni a young imnan. jose Boss, who is insane, and had become a terror to the Pima tribe. He claimed I itliat he was ail tho time seeing ghosts ' I in his hut and always on the following , morning noticed their tracks about I the place. When the ghosts were not there, mvstc-ious spies haunted his'. house and oil one occasion he attack- j ed another Indian who he thought, was spying on him and almost choked him 1 to death. It was that incident that led to his arrest. But the officials ! have run against an obstacle. The probate court on -,u count of former ex- ; perience with the t'nited States gov- I eminent Indian insanity cases, will j rot issue a warrant for tile arrest of hoss unless a. complaint is signed by a representative of the government, j The sicaatuie of Jorge Brow n w lin is in charge of the Indians of that j reservation w ill probably be secured today. 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. ETCHEGARY LOCATED. Julio Etchagary yesterday sent a telegram to J. A. Porterie asking if he thought the remains found on the desert be yond the Agua I'ria recently were those of his brother Pedro Etchagary, who had been missing for more than a year. After the finding of the skeleton an effort was made to find Julio Etchagary, whose headquarters have been at Hackberry. but it was Thought at that time that he was on his way to the valley with a band of sheep. The telegram was sent from Eos Vngeles. While it is believed that the skeleton was that of his brother. Etchagary himself would be more likely to identi fy certain articles found in the vicin ity than anybody else. o A REWARD satisfactory to the finder will be paid for the return to The Republican of fice of a monkey-skin hand bag, stamped in Japanese figures, and closing with a draw cord, which was lost February 12, between Jefferson street and Fifth Avenue and Califor nia Avenue and Fourteenth Street, in the Brill Addition. This bag con tained the following articles: A red I ring box, stamped with the name of r..i,m. l-t L. r - described! as follows: One large dia mond solitaire ring; one ring mount ed with three small diamonds set in a straight row; one diamond and emer ald ring and one opal ring. In anoth er box, stamped with the name of George H. Cook, was a round gold pin with a diamond set in center, and to which was attached-a gold neck chain. Besides the above described jewel boxes and their contents, the bag contained a small alligator-skin purse in which there was a five dollar bill, a Mexican dollar and probably some small change. A liberal reward, commensurate with the value of the property will be paid for its return to this office. Bran Bread, fresh every day at the Phoenix Bakery, 10c a loaf. il I 1 :,: : ;- V I Bi r: . . . r5M & Spring and Summer Styles 1908, Now Ready 30 Years Ago lug cut in rii.-Iitng into account of tlie public Quality" is The ELVEY , "HULErT Service as "Price while we low pric "Quality" s w. ELVEY tl 111 i 1 itjk i ; Remember! jwe make a fine line of Harness of all grades, such as single and double bug i gy harness, heavy work harness, etc IN. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington St. Telephone Red 131. SlcKee's ad today; lower prices. Thcre-s four of us anil we're such friends, As intimate as can be: And each of us at Valentine sends Uonofrio's cactus candy to the other three. Knox Hats Because they're better styled to sa-' tisfy . every exac tion of fashion, be cause they're bet ter qualified to sur-, vive every trial of wear, and for a dozen other "be causes" of better ness that prove their advantage on the firing-line of actual selling ARE 1 Mjt 0 7(P V? 30 -32 1aMm(0a W.WASrLST. -rue - l 7 PHONE US Thirty years ago in huing j ids prices would bring pe 'I' any retail st"ie. bet n shoddy gnods ;ind frauds was educated until today considered just as u::ickiv We appreciate this an offer gouds at except ionally give nor ciifmers in ovi irytl.ing. & HULETT Quality Druggists iiiii!i!iiiHiii!t;iiiiiiniinniii!iiiiiiu COME SEE the fine lot i f I MEXICAN DJlAWfi VGRK HAND PAINTED CHINA S and numerous other articles. We S E have 'just the things for GIFTS -. mj to your FRIENDS. S 1 C RAIN'S 1 STATIONARY AND i NEWS CO. 11-13 N. Csntcr St llllll!l!llir:5112i(lii:ilUiltjSIlllllllllllil Candy Candy Candy A big shipment of Winthrop M. Bak er's Boston Choco lates now in BerryfiiU's Big Book Store "The Thirsty MaVs Retreat." i wo acres in alfalfa with good well, ! house and fence; only two miles from I I the center of city, on main road. j i S1.200 ! Five and ten acre lots, best soil and ! I location in the valley, all in alfalfa at ! S150 Per acre. - j Money per cenu to loan on real estate at 8 L. J. RICE, Manager. TRUST DEPARTMENT UNION BANK x.1 i i - .0 Mrll 0 c g M f i. s i 5 8 g ' 5 UJ m 5 W - g . 5 2 5 f-1 3 1 CARBORUMDUWlPnfc", For The Mechanic and every Man and Woman who has a Knife or Tool to Sharpen. Talbot k Hubbard's Hardware Store. Home of Our Windows Show BATH BRUSHES, BATH a Fe.v i towel; MITTS AND Celiie in and see the best line of TTT A TV A "RTO TTT A T-sr A ATT IN HOTEL ADAMS. r Ho More SI Chaps BEAR'S PER LA CREME DOES CURE ALL CHAPPED HANDS. The nicest cream out. You get it at r' THE BEAR DRUG STORE Opposite City Hall. Address 1. O. Box 578. Our mail orders filled same dav You are entitled to Eat The Best at the lowest prices Pest Kastcrn BACON 16t Jlest Eastern . "AM 15 Best Oregon POTATOES 2 PER LB Tou get just what you pay for at Wetzler's Grocery Phone Black 961. 35 W. Wash. St. Moore I NcLellan Undertakers and EmbaJmers. Lady Assistant. 29 West Adams Street. Telephone Malj 122. 71 I ' INQUIRE AT 141-3 NORTH CENTER Next Door to Postofflce . BARK & BURNETT Phone Main 242 IF IT'S Kodaks ? Photo Goods, St at i ri' ry or Novelties. Soortirg lo'"!s. Victor Tail ing M.i -iiiin and r:-.-.rt's. Iv'iron Phonographs and Kecords. Co to "the store that carries the stock." It-11 Kant Washington Street. Postal cards of Phoenix, the Valley end Arizona in general. 176 different Vews. E. L. Andrews & Son 3-11 E. 'Washington Street, ng Stones Carpenter Barber Butcher Surgeon. Pure Drugs f our New Bath Accessories. FRICTION STRAPS. Ihcs 'ids in tile city. ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR. '"H4HIIHmM PHOENIX HARDWARE -COMPANY, Agenta. A Few Choice Bargains in SECOND-HAND BICYCLES A Bargain in a YALE MOTOR pYCLE in fine shape, $75, with tandem. All Standard Makes of Bicycle Tires , From $.50 to $.).;o. Motor Cycles, Bicycles and Gen eral Repairing. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. riione Red 537. 31 S. First Ave, STREET eft ' I SB 1 t s Hi