Newspaper Page Text
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY 3IORXIXC, FEBRUARY 29, 1908.
0 Moore's Steel Ranges in 40 Patterns Prom $22.00 to $35.00 Look! Look! 1 5 Discount THIS WEEK ONLY ON EVERY MOORE'S RANGE RETAILING AT $50.00 AND OVER. COME AND SEE WHAT THIS MEANS. IT MEANS THE BEST VALUES EVER OF FERED ON HIGH GRADE RANGES. REMEMBER THIS DISCOUNT DOES NOT APPLY TO THE MOORE'S RANGES RETAILING FROM $22.00 TO $45.00. Davidson's Gash Store Phoenix, A. T. Phone Red 363 Tin-re art- many kimis ami tys uf yes. thv rqiiiro many kinds and imbirTatf'ns of Unst-s to tnt their nels. W determine th xa-t shape ;ind condition of your eye and tht-n make lenses to fit the teeuliar condi tion. That's the only way to if't 'm fttrt from passes. DR.E.MUSMSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN 118 West Washington SL 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. Phoenix, Ariz. Sts. Olivet Brand OF ALL THAT IS GOOD, ARIZONA PRODUCTS ARE The Best RIPE AND GREEN OLIVES. OLIVE OIL. Monger Bros. Company. WHOLE WHEAT BREAD For a long life cat bread made from the whole grain. We use the best whole wheat flour. Home Baking Go M. J. PETTI D, Manager. The cactus plant gives up its honeyed dew. To be crystallized for me and you. If once you'll buy at Donofrio'a store, I know full well you'll go for more. fl)F LOCAL INTEREST . J COUNTRY CLUB. Mrs. S. D. Tag gnrt and Mrs. Clarence Stacv will sre at the Country Club this aftor-noon. THE SPRING ROUND-UP. Billy Moore, the Chilson brotners an.n jonn IJ..irhUL. luf, itunhl- r..f rhu M,'l Ijlll. ,,llft"" ...... ...... .... .... H apitoi saloon Dlliinru nan, laier up- ell country to engage in the spring , lhe ornt of Or. Stewart where round-up. They will be gone about ht ,.rfornm K,., minor duties as he two months. xu (,,e to n0 has no relatives here WATCH THIEVES. Jose Muriettaor elsewhere, as far as learned, since i and Juan Ruiz were arrested last; night on a warrant out of Justice Johnstone's court, charging them with the theft of a watch the night before from Rafael Castro, n sheep herder. FUNERAL OF MRS. CHENOWETH The funeral of Mrs. L. J. Chenoweth will be conducted by the Christian minister. L. Williams, at the Christian church. North 5th Avenue and Monroe street at J o'clock p. m. Sunday, March 1st. A. U. 1908. Her casket will be opened and all who wish may see the corpse. SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION. Suit was begun in district court yesterday by Attorney General Clark for a" dis solution of the corporation of the I'nited States Steel Railway Tie Co., on the ground that the company has failed in the aopointmetit of a resident representative. FUNERAL OF O. E. SHERMAN. The funeral of . K. Sherman will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the chapel of Mohn and Krlscoii. Rev. V-.mphell of the Presbyterian church will officiate. The body will be inter red later in Vinton. Iowa, the former home of the deceased. RIVERSIDE VISITOR W. R. Strong of Riverside Cal.. is visiting Phoenix for the second time this year, having sent some time here with his father in January. Mr. Strong is engaged in orange growing In California and was so favorably impressed by what he saw a month ago. that he has returned for a more careful examination of lo cal conditions. YOUNG PEOPLES' S. A. MEETING Major J. Willi, young people's sec retary of the SHlvaion Army, will be here Saturday and Sunday holding services for the young people. An in teresting program (musical) i prom IseiL The Major is an interesting speaker and old time Salvationist. The services will be conducted ill the Army Hall ooiiosiie the T'laza. OSBORN SCHOOL W I N S. Yester day afternoon at the Oshoru school grounds the second nine of the Phoe nix High school was defeated by the farmer team in a game which was a great pitcher's battle. The Osborn boys stacked up a total of 17 tallies, which the High school nine was able I to accumulate a round dozen. Th; j batteries were Oslwirn. Orme and jo'Xeilli Phoenix. Itcnnett and Raker. "Shawk umpired the contest. I TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH. I Services will be Jield tomorrow. Quin : ((iiagesiuia Sunday, in Trinity Kpisco : pal church. South Second Avenue, the Kev. J. W. Atwood rector, as follows: Kindergarten and Sundav school nt 10 ovlock. Holy Communion and ser mon at 11 o'clock, at which service the offertory solo will be "Come unto Him" from Handel's Messiah, sung by Mrs. Vivian P. Lane. Service will be held in Mesa at 7:o oYloek. at tiie resi dence of Mr. John W. H.iycrl.ii'.l. , PINAFORE. As everybody probab ly knows by this time, the Klks propose to present this year instead of their usual minstrel show, a fine delineation of the opera Pinafore, and in places where it is necessary, it will be brought down to date. It is now announced that the date of the performance wil. be March 10 and March 11. It is under stood the Elks have massed an aggre gation of which beside the harmonious ; notes of w hich the Metropolitan Opera Company would sound like a carnival of cats on the back fence. SPORTS AT INDIAN SCHOL. I The carpenter at the Indian school and his force of boys were busy yesterday erecting new bleachers for the Nor mal Indian baseball game which takes place this afternoon. Now that every- one is sure of a seat, the Indian field is the most desirable In Phoenix, as It is exceedingly fast and is always in good condition. Immediately before the 'baseball game the Normal girls will trv to administer a third defeat to the Indian girls' basket ball team. CO. B, N. G. A. Co. B holds its reg ular drill Monday night at the armory in the city hall. It has always been the aim of this company to set the pace for the balance of the regiment, and now that ihere is likely to be a rival, by the formation of a new com pany of guardsmen in Phoenix, they will strive more than ever to keep their place. New members are desired more than anything, as the company is well fitted out In regarj t.,.eoth:ng. tentage and arms, and has a nice sum I in Its treasury. New officers have just 1 been elected, and non-commissioned i officers are being appointed as they I show their qualifications. Greater in terest is being taken in the drill, anil 1 also in target pracice and oC. l! will be represented In the Arizona team at Will You Incorporate 1 We Furnish Litho graph Certificates, Seals, Etc., on , quick notice. MoNEIL CO. The PEOPLE with the GOODS opposite Court House the national shoot this year. The young; men of the city are invited to attend the drills of this company, gel In and help, and make the best com pany In the territory. DEATH OF H. K. WHITE. H. K. i White died yesterday in St. Joseph's hospital of tuberculosis, for relief from which affection he came here some i months aso. He was a veteran of the I Spanish war. though as far as learned) he had not affiliated with am' of the, iptran :issochit ions. He was for a i , inip employed in connection with the j fl I ." . j i.li I... L 'Q his father died in New York in Janu- 'ary. BACK TO SALOME. Ernie Hall, leaves again this morning for Salome, j one of the desert towns west of Wick- ; enburg that he believes is destined to j be a metropolis some day. He don't want to stay away from there more . than a few days at a time for fear the town will grow away from him and the niche he has been filling as postmaster , etc. will be filled by some one else. Seriously, he says the town is not tJo- ' ing as much as had been expected i:n i til financial affairs in the east became ! disturbed, for there were a lot of big things under way that were to have i materialized this winter that cannot ! tie expected to now. hence the big j boom is delayed. Put he has no doubt j that Salome will be nicely in the run- ning when tilings do start and in the : meantime everything is moving along I in orderly sequence. I Reserving Nothing and flooding the com munity with the greatest Shoe bargains the Citizens of Phcenix 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 Go. CATTLE BUYERS HERE. The guild of cattle buyers Is being added to numerically quite fast these days. Among the late arrivals are Mr. Toinbs of Los Angj-s who has bought a shipment tfi? the' first of the week, and V t. who is buying valley cattle for tile Jerome market. HEROLD M'INTYRE. Cards have been received announcing the mar riage at Nogales on .Wednesday, Feb ruary 12. of Philip Michael Herold to Miss Minnie Christina M'Intyre daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. F. M'In tyre. The groom is the recorder of Santa Cruz county and has filled that office for several years. He was for a long time a resident of Phoenix. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services tomorrow will he as fol lows: Sunday s. hool 9:15 a. in., morn ing servire 11 o'clock, Mr. Campbell will preach from the theme. "Here am 1. send me." Anthem, "Jubilate Deo, (Hidden).) Offertory, "by Mr. Hein ;ich, "The Singing in God's Acre," (Brackett.) Y. I. S. C. E. prayer! meet- KNOX Spring Styles The McDougall 30-32 W. Washigton St. 11 La Spring and Summer Styles 1908, Now Ready The Well Stocked This is the place. We cany every thing a high class drug store should tarry. Just now we are showing a very complete line of Indies' Handbags and ""aid Cases. O. nt.s' Hill Books, all sizes, and Purses. An extensive line of high grade per fumery and toilet articles. Mail orders filled promptly. Th ELYEY "hulett Service ELVEY 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. i SPURS AND BIT3. 40 West Washington St. Telephone Red 131. ing 6:30 p. m. Evening service 7.3'i. Anthem, "I Come, Let ls Sing." (Schnecke.) Offertory', by Miss Rath- bone, "I Lay My Pins on Jesus," ' (Danks.) , WILL GO TO MESA, The Country ; Club bas made a big success of The ' Man From Mexico, but it surprised no- I body, for success was expected all the time, for the Country Club is getting j to be almost a professional organiza- i tion. This is 'ts second bid for tame j and adds lustre to Its reputation ac- . quired a year ago when It gave to the , Phoenix world. Jim the Penman. The i club lias decided to present The Man j From Mexico In Mesa City next Tues- j day night. Incidentally, the ciud de sires to acknowledge its gratitude to M. A. Yesliillan. proprietor of the rug emporium at 136 West Washington St., for the use of his handsome rugs and taiestries in the dressing of the stage for the Thursday night performance. Wanted Information of the where- i almuts of William Morris. Formerly lived in Jerome and followed gambling, and later Is said to have gone to Alas ka. Any one knowing anything of this imrty Is requested to call on or address The Arizona Republican. HATS On Sale Today &Cassou Co. mm HIP 1 1 U ! X i i Drug Store PHONE US & HULETT Quality Druggists UIllll!IU;ill!imiIIIIIIII!li!llir : 'COME SEE : the fine lot of j MEXICAN DRAWN WORK I j HAND PAINTED CHINA E and numerous other articles. We S have just the things for GIFTS to your FRIENDS. CHAIN'S STATIONARY AND 5 NEWS CO. j? 11-13 N. Cantor St E nnnimmmuuiiKHumittiimiKuiiiiin; Colgate for Quality We carry the most complete and largest line of soaps, pow ders, toilet waters, creams, per fumes, lotions, etc., in the city. Berryliiirs Big Book Stare "The Thirsty Man's Retreat.' 10 and 20 acre tracts of the finest I soil in the orange belt, all In alfalfa ! and grain, at SliiO iier acre. Here is a chance for a sure income with a small investment and easy work. A fine little store, with resi dence and a cottage that rents, with 2 1-2 acres of ground on main street, in the suburbs, all for 14.200; easy terms. Money to loan In any sum at 8 per cent. K L. J. RICE, Manager. TRUST DEPARTMENT UNION BANK u tr. a c a o c O , e a S it a 2 '2 a c tc c 3 e to c d C a a mm. ii s EASTMAN'S Kodak Baby Book FREE AT OUR STORE OR BY MAIL E. L. Andrews & Son 9-11 E. Washington Street, KODAKS. PHOTO SUPPLIES, STATIONERY, TALKING CHINES, SPORTING GOODS. House Paints Talbot & Hardware Store. Home of Our Windows Show a Few of Our New Bath Accessories. BATH BRUSHES, BATH TOWELS, i 1 MITTS AND FRICTION STRAPS. Come in and see the best line of these goods in the city. I THE ADAMS IN HOTEL ADAMS. standing still, Al ways busy at The Bear Drug Store easoii Leaders in low prices. QUALITY THE BEST. You get what you ask for. THE BEAR DRUG STORE Opposite City Hall. Address P. O. Box 578. Our mail orders filled same day. Just Arrived FRESH STRAWBERRIES, RHUBARB, FINE APPLES AND BANANAS, and anything else in Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries. Wetzler's Grocery Phone Black 861. 36 W. Wash. St. Moore, & McLellan Undertakers and 'Embalmera. Lady Assistant. 29 West Adams SreeL Telephone Mala 122. 1 No I g J&t Si ma INQUIRE AT 141-3 NORTH CENTER STREET Next Door to Postoffice BARK & BURNETT Phone Main 242 MA- Carriage Paints MIXED, READY FOR USE AND FIRST CLASS QUALITY AT Hubbard's Pure Drugs PHARMACY ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR. PHOENIX HARDWARE COM PAN Agents. (iiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiI NAVAJO ! bi m i mm ? J i DiinKiu ana oiivarwarv. oma i S ' i d Hair Hat Banda. ARIZONA SADDLERY C0 . jt m . 1 I - I J I TlllIlltlllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIllHinil" 3