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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORXIXfi, MAY IS, 11)08.
1- OF LOCAL INTEREST
PRAYER MEETING. Tin
teuton Home prayer meeting Ht
tonight will l.' led by B. T. Oillett.
YOUNG CAYOTES. A. V. llalpin
placed in his display window yesterday
NEW REALTY OFFICE W. H.
Nail, who lias been tiiUil recently as
seMateel with the H. 1. Ijitham com-
ttiiiriv tireiitt rln B" li ttwn iin u n ttf-
" " t " i
tflee'of his own In n few, tlttcs. He hits I !L
I not yet derided uion h location but Is J i
looking; things over carefully being j
I uuiy ewo inniKK. me is t
j fe.it.i 11 .- giving IIILII 1 1 U ' I ' .tiita iiir
other Is t.hat his real estate Is all worth
j more now than it was when he listed
It witli the various agencies in the
city. For that reason he lias wltli-
V ill sl
mer makes one think
two Cine specimens of young cayotes , drawn all of his holdiiiKs from the
which were captured on the desert. j market for the present and will han
ROLL .OF DISHONOR. Justice ! die bis own property as well as that
Kyle yesterdav bad before hint Juan I of others, as soon as he 'frets opened
Qulnona. Stivadra Valencia. Vnacio j up. He gives another tip and that is
i Estrada. Jerry Paugnerty. Who were : that when h". sells ho. will get more
leach ffiven live davs Tor drunkenness, jnoney than be has been asking for
j A GLOBE VISITOR. V A. llalpin j his holdings heretofore ' .Mr. Nail has
ol cilobe is in the city for a feiV days ! been verv suicessful in the , realtv
' on business and visiting his brother, i business tlius far and has every rea i
i A. V. C.alpiu and family and his fath- j son to hope he will do Just as well iiv!
er. He reports Globe as showing Ini-
$fi A GOOD ARTIST
ill.'-'. ;; ' " .'
can make .1 ten
p thousand dollar picture
ol" a ten dollar man.
"ood. cnjiravcr can
gt make,' a cut of a two
03 dollar shoe look as well
' ; proving mismess conuilions aun mm
Of the things that help make the home I ing activities are increasing,
comfortable for the housewife. ALAS- ;. FOR AN EASTERN VISIT. Mr.
KA REFRIGERATORS have been ! Krank .T. Blount and familr left last
made for h.l f a century. They keep night for their former home in Illinois.
the ice and preserve the food equal to I They will return to Phoenix in octob-
"ry in the world.
WONDER ICE CREAM FREEZERS
are the quick freezers with the least
Insurance Gasoline Stoves and One
Minute Coal 0l Stoves with no wicks
or rings are absolutely safe.
It pays to visit
er. Before his return Mr. Blount will
visit Ms birth place in New Tork j Massle will open a furniture store,
slate and spent several weeks there.
; THE OSBdRN CORPS OF TEACH
: ERS. The trustee of the (isboru
school district have selected their
teachers for the coming year. They
lure Miss Nellie Mnrphy.s Miss Hick
j man. Miss Ethel Smith and Miss Bes
! sie Hedgeveth. Misses. Murphy ant
! Heelgepeth have previously been etn
j ployed in the schools of that district. .
GLENDALE OATS. Joe Asher of
the Bartlett-Adams ranch two miles"
and a half north of Glendale. brought
to the board of trade yesterday a sam-
the fi-f :r-.
LEASE ON RECORD. The lease of .:as .1 SCVC11 dollar shoe,
i . .. .viassie on me :oie mulcting on j
West Washington street, owned bv1 A.
G. Hubbard, was filed in the county
recorders office yesterday. It runs
for a period of five vears at an annual
rental of $2lort or $175 per month. Mr.
r.t ie can't put the
22-24 W. Wash. St.. Phoenix. Arizona.
Phone Main 248.
handling both new and .second-hand
furniture. One adjoining room will be
devoted to a ten ami twenty-five cent
department and will be filled with a
stock 'of articles retailing for those fig- i
lire and less. The entire building Is
being: repaired and will be placed in j
first-class shape. Mr. Massie says he
has come back to Phoenix for good this j
time. He has made three orVnore ef- !
forts to break away and locate in Cal- j
ifornia but alwavs found that the in-
dticemetits for returning here were j
crt.utei. 1 Hit n tfttitt ititt.fi t.t'ui.utitiil fi.i i
pie sheaf of his sixty acre oats patch. remaining away. Business is much r
it is mighty fine looking grain but it j better in Phoenix than In .California
nan teet nign i anu ns consiuers me outiooK tor pnoo- i
W value into the shoe. We can't, make the picture "Saul
gptell the stoiy, but the shoe docs its own talk'ng.
'M I-pok at the Stetson Shoe and wear one pair and
I v4you'" readily sec why so man)- people pay Stetson1
prices ibr Stetson Shoes. ' '
Stetsoi:s cost from $5.50 to $9.00 the pair.
Before you get too Busy
v. Ith your preparations for' the sum
mer, don't forget the
Wc should like to talk it over with
yu for our lint; is complete and we
cvii give you the benefit of our expe
riciice. Kodaks from $l.l0 to $3.".0O.
The Store That Carries the Stock.
MILLER -STERLING CO,
Successor?; to E. L. Andrews &
9-11 East Washington St.
We Have Them and Want
to Sell Some
GLASSES AND GLASSES
I tut the kind we wis'i to cal! your at- j
tuition to is the ones that make you j
see bet lei more comfortable relieve '''" htlnS almost completely
only stands seven and
and is still six inches short of Chap- !
lain Scott's showing of a few days be- j
fore. Possibly it was planted a week I
later in which event Mr. Asher still )
has a chance to get under the wire by
THE ILLNESS OF JUDGE STREET j
Judge Street was brought to the city j
yesteniav morning .suffering from at
stoke of apoplexy which befell him
at- Bowie on Sunday. He had been i
threatened with the attack for days)
and his friends had trietl to dissuad"
him from a trip to Globe where he had
legal business. But he said on Satur
day that he was feeling well and he
believed that the journey would be
beneficial to him. Kven then he was
able to speak only with great diffi
culty. By the time the train reached
Olobe he was in bad condition, one
nix much brighter, than any city he
lias yet seen.
teestrain aud it's train of evils, i
Ail the latest stvles ami iniprove
rr.' nt in t- eglass construction.-
ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN
The value of prescription ma
terial depends marly a much
upon as upon purity.
We iusurc drug freshness by
frequent purchases, never buy
ing more than necessary to sup
ply us for a short period, also
taking intelligent care of each
LARSON DRUG CO.
N.W cor. Canter and Waah. BU.
y7.ed. There was no change
j condition vesterday.
j AZTEC CLUB. Articles of Incor
poration of the Aztec club, a recently
I formed organization which has fitted
I up roo!"s ' t'"p Hotel clams, were I
j filed with tl'.e county recorder yestcr
I day. The incorporators are James I).
I Bell. Oeorge Driscoll and Vernon C
I Cook. The directors named are c. J.
! McElroy. Wm. Scholfield. George Oris-
coli. Vernon C. Cook and S. W. Hig
Iev. The rooms are those formerly
oe-iupied bv the Arizbna Club j'.ist pre-
viotis removal to the Horner j
block. Fine furnishings have been I
placed in the apartments and the
membership is extending to include I
quite a number of business men and j
MAN WANTED. Marshal Moore j
lniu fw..l.rit ft ..irtiilnr If.ttfr frittn tilt !
chief f police of Wheeling. W. Va..
making inquiry as to the whereabouts
of Charles K. Oilligun. The in-iiiry is
mailt- in behalf t-f his mother, wife j
and daughter, all of whom are anxious
to bear from him. He left home eight
' years ago anil has not been heard from
since. He was a traveling salesman !
previous to his disappearance and re- I
i puted to be as pleasant ami sucoess
! ful a drummer as ever "packed a grip"
j and a royal' entertainer. He is. six
feet tall with brown hair, mustache
1 lighter and Inclined to reel, deep blue j
eyes, and a scar on the neck. If he
is found he can be easily identified ns
; he is tatooed on Hie left arm with his I
ANOTHER RUNAWAY STUNT.
j The buckskin team belonging to Mr.
j Smith who lives north of the city, did
i another runawav stunt yesterday,
though the team had some excuse for
! getting excited on this occasion. A
runaway mule hitched to a buggy
The best Bread. -Cakes. Pies and
Pastries In Arizona at
THE BAKE SHOP.
Visit us and we will show you
the cleanest and most sanitary
bakeshop in the territory.
HOME BAKING CO.
M. J. PETTID, Manager.
: Olive Oil
LARGE SIZE ... .... -81.25
MEDIUM SIZE 63d
SMALL SIZE 35
2 GALLON SIZE.. $2.25
gal, tins or box- -tles
olivet brand olives
QUARTS : so
turned the corner of Washington, north
on First avenue and there encountered
J a row of wagons. One of them was
a milk wagon drawn by the Smith
i team. A wheel was smashed by the
! runawav mule and then the buckskkis
j touched up the ground, circling around
, two or three other rigs, and shaving a
j row of bicveles In front of the Creigh-
ton block. The mule in the meantime
; had kicked over the dashboard of the
buggy he was attached to, and broken
one of the shafts.. This demonstration
was followed a little later by- a one
act farce pulled off by a delivery hors
operated in connection with the Dorris
grtM-ery store. The horse refused to
pass a street car in front of Wakelin's
store, and backed up under consider
able steam, causing a rear end colli
sion between the delivery wagon and
the curb stone In front of the Fashion
barber shop. A bicycle that was caught
between them was put out of coin
Laird Scliobu &
Fine Oxfords for.
Look where you may,
Laird's Slices are in a
class by tuem.c vcs.
None so beautiful none
so p;rfect in style and
workmanship. Ste the
new buckle pumps and
garden ties atd the cute
little shoes feir the babies.
H. A. DIEHL
Your Ice Cream Soda Tree
If you don't think ours is tin
i'nre Fri:its ami Juices
Pure Sterilized Cream.
Pure Soda Water. We
pur own Soda Water and
own Cream. None such.
ELVEY & HULETT
A mail order if you can't come.
i Home of Pure Drugs
Here you find a high grade assortment of PERFUMES, TOILcT
WATERS; PALMER'S. COLGATE'S', WILLIAMS' ahd a full line of
ROGER & GALLETT'S FRENCH GOODS.
We can please you.
I THE ADAMS PHARMACY
. . tmn pavf U UlllfB UAB
4 IN HOTEL ADAMS
ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR.
' IK! I'
IF YOU WIL TRY 5
Or o t Of
CELEBRATED RIBBONS AND
CARBONS yon will be pleased
with them. for they are the
"Best on the Market." We have
tilt- exclusive' aponev.
STATIONERY AND NEWS CO.
11-13 N. Center St.
Complete line of Buggy
Tops for summerweath
;er. - Look us oyer for
Harness and Saddlery
Goods, of etrery descrip
tion. N. PORTER
SADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
SPURS AND BITS.
40 Wfit Washington St.
Telephone Red 131. -
SUNDAY SCHOOL SOCIAI There
will be a soeial in the Madison school
house ore a'tl a haif miles north and
a mile east of . the Indian ; school on
Wednestlay night. The social will be
for the benefit of the Madison Sunday
F. PaulKer has leased the Phoenix
Poultry Yard on South Seventh ave
nue anil , will ' continue the business
which has been conducted by lid. Ol
sen for several years.
MANDOLIN AND GUITAR.
Special rates for lessons by Prof.
Fountain, guarantee you to play in
one month. Call at Prof. Fountain's
Music store, E. Washington street.
Tis the treasure of all the Deiert .
At Donofrio'a store.
It is Crystallized Cactus Candy
That makes yru nifq for mors.
A Desirable Present
for the Graduates is a
WE HAVE THEM.
129-128 W. Washington St.
Th9 PEOPLE with th GOODS
oppolt0 Court Heuw
POLICE COURT. City It- corder '
Thomas and Marshal Moore had eight
cases yesterday in their regular after- :
noon clinic, but none of them wen: ,
severe and all will recover if they can i
stand a short confinement or dig up a '
little -money for the city. Dick IJIair
antl Alex Aloore were sent below for '
three and five days, respectively, hav- ;
Ing be-en caught drunk when the town
was closed light unil it was lnisssiblc '
to get liquor. J. M. Martinez, Jc Coz i
and Andy Garcia had worked the same 1
kind of a miracle and were jailed fori
five, sl and three days respectively.
Albert Vera CruJ! was ke pt over a day
in pickle, and JcMin floe accused of
selling litiuor when it wan legally im- ;
possible for him to do so was also held 1
over. A bad boy was also dismissed
on a floater after facing a vagrancy :
charge. He admitted that he had at
one time before taking to the road, .
been billeted for the reform school ami
never fully understood why he had es
AIMED AT A LOCAL INDUSTRY.
A Missouri man who no doubt means
well proposes to 'destroy one ' of the i
most remunerative industries of this i
part of the country. His name is
Henry W. Graham of Chllllcothe, Mo..
who writes to the "secretary of tate" j
saying that he Is In the business of an- j
nihilating wolves aud coyotes and
from what he has read and heard he
thinks that this is a good field to work
In. The latter has beevi turned over
to the board of supervisors. Mr. Gra- :
ham does not want to go Into the en- '
terprise on a "scalp" and "head" basi. I
le experts to get ritl of the destruct- '
ive beats In a lump and then he wants !
a lump sum. Unless his efforts are j
fully successful he wants no par. The
measure of success is to be determined i
by the fact that when lie is done the'
voice of the coyote and the wolf shall
be heard no more in the land. Mr. i
Graham thinks that he can accomplish i
the. business of putting these, animals
in the extinct class in twelve months.
ASHION permits just enough variety
in the shape and weave of straw hats to
suit every man's requirements, but it forbids
extremes. Of course, the only way to be
sure of style is to get a
And that is not the only reason you should
purchase a hat with the Knox trade-mark in it :
quality and durability must be" present, if you
want a fresh-looking hat all Summer.
Quality, Durability and Style only the Knox
trade-mark will guarantee all three.
The RlcDougall & Gassou Co
'Clothing, Shoes, Hals and Men's Furnishings. .
Come to Us
for anything in Toilet Kup;!ics. Our
line is lirse. varied antl fresh.
Berryiiill's Big Book Store
! The Thirsty Man's Retreat
Specials tor the
String Beans. Xew Potatoes, Cu
cumbers. Prompt delivery. Sat
isfaction goes with each order.
Always oen until 7 p.m.
Phon. Black 161. 35 W. Wash. 8t.
i Carries the Largest Stock of
UUUUi III rtl ituna.
17 W. ADAMS STf
I Call and See Them. $20 1
I ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. !
43 N. Center, Phoenix s
I Be-ar's Antikine, Pure Londttii
Puriile, Cyanide Potash, Carbon
Bisull'hide1. Now is the time to
go after the ants.
You get what you ask for at
THE BEAR DRUG STORE
Opposite City' Hall.
Mail Orders Our Specialty,
MOHN & DRISCOLL
Leland D. 38471
! (THE BARKLEY HORSE.)
j Standing at 6 Points, la the sire or the
fastest colts bred in Arizona. Breeds
: good size. Has a number of colts
weighing 1300, from 1000 pound mares.
Come to 6 Points and see him.
W. T. BARKLEY