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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1G, 1908.
12 J Guns for Rent and Sale Revolvers Presh Ammunition Dog Collars, Chains, Locks Ezra W. Thayer, 124-126 East Washington 123-125 East Adams A $9,000 JUDGMENT .SET ASIDE IN COURI The Last of the Simma Litigation Ap parently Disposed of. Another of the old Simma suits and the last was disposed of yesterday aft er having been before the probate and district courts for the last ten years. A judgment for $9000 which had been granted nearly that long ago and which had since been assigned to W. T. Smith, was set aside by Judge Kent. The granting of the judgment was fol lowed by a long series of transactions which thereby all go by the board. The will of Col. J. T. Simniss desig nated as executors his son Charles T. Simras and his son-in-law, George K. Brosius, who were empowered to make such disposition of the property as they might see fit and without the orders of the probate court. At the time of the death of Col. Simms there I was a note for J9000 in the hands of a man by the name of Havden, the j note being secured by a mortgage. The mortgage was afterward found to be invalid and suit was brought against the estate on the note. That is, the suit was brought against the executors, both of whom were non-residents and had never qualified. They were serv ed by publication and judgment was taken by default. After this an administrator was ap-' pointed and he allowed the claim ofj Mr. Smith who had secured possession j of the judgment. Some time after that certain property belonging to the es THE FFE-NCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. 'Win be open day and night. Short orders and regular meal. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 West Wash. St BASS CAMP is now open for the accommodation of visitors to the Grand Canyon. Liberal rates to parties desiring to cross the river to the north rim or visit Cataract Canyon and the Supai Indians. Cable now in oper ation at Bass Ferry. Write for further information to MANAGER BASSCAMP, Grand Canyon, Arizona. j"H"HMH i t 1 I 1 VlMWe t i Standard Furniture Co. T New and Second Hand Trunks, Suit Cases, Telescopes, Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Fruit Jars, kinds of Second Hand goods. 32-34 W. Washington St. Write the Arizona School of Music FOR Catalogue and other descriptive Literature. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director. .,ll.llH.,,...,;,; ; ,;, , ,.,,..., ,. The Valley Pride Creamery J T now has Mr. E. M. Walters, an expert, at the head of their paste ur T izing department, and are putting out a very high grade of f Pasteurized Milk and Cream, X Call up Main 289 and your orders H-H-H M I t 1 1 11 ! 1 8 1 M Milt ftI T mm U .if mm fcl mmf Mf 1 fi I mm U ' f t-l ?j M t J X The Biggest Sale in Phoenix Today in Millinery, Ladies' Suits, Skirts, Waists and other Wearing Apparel is at our Store. High Grade and New Goods Less than Price on all Stock ANCIS Cloak and 0 tate was .sold by the administrator without an order from the court, the administrator acting under the power vested in the executors. The property was taken in by Mr. Smith and was alolwed to go on the judgment. After that other property was sold by the administrator or was about to be sold when a discovery was made. Though the assumption of the admin istrator that he stood In the place of the executors was supported by the laws of this territory it was found that the supreme'' court of California had held that the legislature was without power to delegate such a power. The law of California is the same as the Arizona law and the law of Texas is also the same. In the latter state also the supreme court had taken a simi lar view. It was held that the pow er imposed by the will in the executors was an expression by the testator of a personal trust and confidence which could not be transferred to any other person by a legislative act. Thereupon Mr. Smith came into pro bate court and asked to have the order of the court confirming the sale to him set aside and a petition was filed for an order of sale. It turned out that the apathy of the persons who had been named as the executors arose from the fact that the heirs of the estate had supposed that there was no estate left, nothing but law suits, whereas there were still several valuable lots in the northern part of the city. About this time the heirs awoke and the judgment was at tacked. Various lawyers were brought into it andi the matter dragged along, the lawyers retiring in turn. The last of them was Paul Renau Ingles who was yesterday in at the finish. The We pay highest prices for all Tel. Main 351. 4. ,;, ; ; ; ; ; , a-1--B I I M-M"M"l will be promptly filled. - H - M' I M 1 ! I I I ! H lllil M- attack upiai the judgment was based upon thei,ground that nobody had been sued. The executors named in the suit was not texecutors for the reason tha,t they had never qualified and being non-residents could not have qualified. On this ground the Judgment was set aside and as the note has long since been outlawed the action cannot be renewed. The case will propably be appealed. - o i Of Local Interest J NO FOOLISHNESS A sPhoenix business man who drove on a sidewalk yesterday for his greater convenience In unloading goods, was warned by an officer that he was violating an ordi nance ajid made to drive off again. Hardly had the officer turned his back when he repeated the offense, and the marshal being notified, placed him un der arrest to appear at 4o'clock today. THE' ROLL OF DISHONOR. The roll of dishonor, a-s it was called in Recorder Thomas' court yesterday, waa us follows: John Doe, charge withdrawn; John Doe again, drunk, five days; Tom McCarthy, drunk, five days; Jose Molino, sleeping drunk, five days; Albert Dye, drur.k, J5 bail for feited; Jane Doe, reservation stray, $10 b:til jumped, left town. A VISITING NEWSPAPERMAN. W. J. Bell arrived from the south yes terday morning. Mr. Bell has for a long time been engaged in newspaper work on the const. Ho was for some time connected with the Rocky Moun tain News and more recently with the International American, at Douglas. He has lately taken up his residence at Jerome. He will remain in town a daj' or two. LEFT FOR ROOSEVELT. J. C. Dysart, who is touring the country in an automobile, left for Roosevelt yes terday morning at 5 o'clock. He was accompanied by Miss Crandall of Yuma who had been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Moore for a day or two. Miss Crandall went as far as Mesa, leaving there for her home in Yuma last ev ening. LAWN SPRINKLING. It Is against the law to sprinkle lawns after 9 o'clock at night or to sprinkle them at any time witli a hose that has no nozzle on. The warnings have been frequent, and Saturday night the water department caught a bunch of good citizens red-handed in the act. The officials announce that they have no ' legitimate ground for a kick, and there are a lot more of Hie offenders who are courting trouble and will find it just as soon as the inspectors can get them hcated. DUNLAP'S HARD LUCK. Sam Dunlap, who was but recently lead to the hymeneal altar and tied up in the nuptial knot, added a new; exuerience to his already eventful career in the wild west day before yesterday when he undertook to act as chauffucr be hind a pair of four-cylinder broncos, three speeds forward and six back ward. Intending to do the thing up right in a neat brown package with a yellow ribbon, and proclaiming that his Prince Albert, that is. long suit, was handling the reins, he invited some of his friends who had no accident poli cies to take a ride out to his 160-acre ranch. Dunlap had the courage of his convictions. He piloted the prancing nags and spick-and-span rig up to the Hotel Adams, landing where the party was about to embark at the auspicious moment At this inning the team de cided to take time and Dunlap bv the forelock and exhibited the most aston ishing skill at refusing to travel in any direction, except backward, sideways or straight up. Despite Dunlap's efforts in rushing on the lines there was made no more progress than that of a frozen turtle'on a cake of ice. Finally some thing touched off the fuse and the an imals blew up, that is, up the road, separating the running gears from the coupling pin and strewing various ani- There is no need of anyone suffer ing long with this disease, for to effect a quick cure it is only neces sary to take a few dosea of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In fact, In most cases one dose is sufficient. It never fails and can be relied upon in the most severe and dangerous cases. It is equally val uable for children and is the means of saving the lives of many children 9 each year. In the world's history no medicine has ever met with greater success. PRICE 25c. LARGE SIZE 50c. I DIARRHOEA I! f Si House i vmi Tivm't tfn vnnr familv doctor the whole story about your private illness you are too modest, ion need not be afraid to tell Mrs. rtaK ham, at Lynn, Mass., the things you could not explain to the doctor. Your letter will 1 held in the strictest con fidence. From her vast correspond ence with sick women during the past thirty years she' may hayo gained the very knowledge that will ho p your case. Such letters as the fol lowing, from grateful women, es tablish beyond a doubt the power oi LYDIAE.Pi?JKHAW!,S VEGETABLE COMPOUND to conquer all female diseases. Mrs. Norman 11. Barndt, of Allen town, Pa writes : , " Ever since I was sixteen years of a?re I had suffered from an organic de rangement and female weakness; in consequence I had dreadful headaches and was extremely nervous. My physi cian said I must "go through an opera tion to get well. A friend told mo about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I took it and wrote yoa for advice, following your directions carefully, and thanks to you I am to day a well woman, and I am telling all my friends of my experience." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia k. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands 01 women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pa ins,, backache, that lear-mg-do wn feeling, flatulency, indiges tion, dizziuess.ornei'vous prostration- mate and inanimate parts to all points of the compass. Dunlap made his apologies to his guests for disappoint ing thrm, but none were necessary he was assured," for rather than spot themselves up behind tnat uncertain mode of propulsion, they would do without apologies three meals a day for the next three weeks. o At the Hotel Adams were: William Neilfs and son, Mayer; M. A. Rex, Tucson; R. J. O'Connor, Denver; Mrs. E.. Meteor, Geo. Silverthorn. Mesa. BEARS Mange Cure On horses " IS THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Easy to use and does the work. Remember you get what you ask for at THE BEAR DRUG STORE OPP. CITY HAbL Send your mail order here lima. ,y.4iryga anro miiwv.A CAt-YPSO... The Imported French Percheron P.lack Stallion will make tho season of 1908 Tuesdays and Saturdays at the Palo Alto Stabjes, balance of week at the home ranch. Also the Jack, Napoleon, will stand at the ranch. For terms apply to VI. B. HOROVITZ, Owner, R. F. D. 3. a . - - . --,-r: ill ut o $12.50 to $40.00 Hats, Shoes and Togs to-Match. Spend the 1 s VHBH mW ' at Humboldt Cottages for Rent 2, 3 and 4 rooms. Water piped to all houses. Good store and hotel facilities. Free use of Corral. y For 'Particulars Apply to Humboldt Commercial Co. Humboldt, Why Not Save Money oy buying your Lumber of the new firm,' The O'Malley Lumber Co. We have bought out the DeMund Lumber Co. and expect to carry the largest and best stock of lumber and building materials ever brought to Phoenix. AVe will make the price r!ght and guarantee the grades. Let us figure with you. ' Yours to please, The O'Malley Lumber Co. Collings Veice and Harness Co. Is receiving new goods dally. Staver, Union City and Dut Buggies. Bain and Turnbull heavy Wagons. A big stock of light and heavy Spring Wagons. We manufacture all of our Harness and carry a big stock to se lect from. Trunks, Suit Cases and everything In leather goods. Na vajo Blankets in all sizes. We do all kinds of uipholstering of Furni ture and Buggies. Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. East Adams Bt, next door to Adams Hotel. Another Piano Bargain We have In stock a Howard Piano which has been In use for somo little time. A Piano of good tone and difficult to distinguish from a bran new $273 Piano. Special for one week only REDEWILL'S The Home of Everything Musical. WALL PAPER CHEAP Phoenix Hardware Co. Wanted 100 People at Once A 15.00 examination, including a urine analysis, will be given free to one hundred people who need medical treatment. We do this to give you the full Information as to the rapid curative powers of our treatment We do not patch up the system; we cure It Wre cure such diseases as are pronounced Incurable, such as Bright's disease, diabetes, tuberculosis in tho incipient stage, rheumatism, catarrh of stomach or any form, kidney or bladder troubles, old sores that won't heal, gall stones, ache, blood disorders, and female troubles. Come at once' and let U3 pass upon your case. 1 VITA UNEVO MINERAL SPRING & BI-LO-ZONE MEDICAL CO. Occidental, 130 N. Center St; opposite P. O., Phoenix. Office hours: 9 to 11 a.m. and 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m., daily. Vnunsi o Men's Clothes Ve are making a spe cialty of catering to the wants of young men and with marked success. Nobby, exclusive styles; l'1 the newest "kinks" Just what the young men are looking for. 20 Summer i Arizona $235 SmoKe tHie CIGAn 5C oore Cigar 10c and 2 for 25c E. S. Wakelin Grocer Go. 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If your teeth ache call on a foeA dentist If burnine up wilhafeveror Von havo some acute disease consult your famiiv physician They should treat you, not I, for I do not treat inch cast and they can do better by you. If however ytr have some Herman disease in my line in hie h youi life ud health be at stake, it is absolutely necessary for vou to consult one who has ex pert skill, large experience and scientific equipment, in order to be permanently and ( uceesstully cured. Cancer aad External Grawtha lemaved With.utth. Cs of the Kaife J Severe Measures and with Complete $aletyDr. Hibbard. Hibbard building, 26 -2S South Second Avenue, Phoenix Arizona. CoDSUltaiioa Free. Hours u-12. l-3-fi-7.- If you want everyone to greet you With a smile upon his facs. Carry Crystallized Cactus Canry, From Do'orio' place, i Tom n