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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1908.
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END OF CAREER OF
?FRANK 0. HARWELL
'I An Old Resident of the Territory
Passed Away Early Yesterday
Morning.
Time is Here
BEARS
Per La Creme
for Sun Burns
Better get some now
before leaving
The Bear Drugstore
Opp. City Hall
EXCURSION PARTY '
LEAVES FOR MEXICO
Phoenix People Visit the Southland on
a Variety of Missions.
Quite an excursion party left last
night for old Mexico, most of them go
ing to look at cheap lands offered for
sale in the west coast states, chiefly
in Tepic, which lands have been offer
ed here for sometime through the
agency of Bishop & Haun. Quite a
number took advantage of the excur
sion rate for land seekers, to combine
that enterprise with the satisfying of
curiosity in other respects.
F. P. Fowler, for instance was one
of the excursionists, being sent by a
syndicate of eastern people to inspect
a gold propsition west of the City of
Mexico. It is supposed to be on old
Azetc property which was worked for
a time for Hernando Portez after his
conquest of Mexico. There have also
been recent flattering discoveries he
ported from the same or adjacent pro
perties. Another of the excursionists is Senor
Augustin Pina, Mexican consul in
Phoenix, who w!l Hake great pleasure
in showing his Phoenix friends some
of the fine points of his home country.
Mr. lina goes partly on official busi
ness, as he will confer with bin super
iors in the capital, and one of his pro
jects also is to secure if possible, the
instituting of a permanent industrial
display by the Mexican government,
in this city. During his absence the
consular office will be under the di
rection of Senor Carlos Palafox.
Several of the excursionists have also
expressed their intention of making
a side trip to the east coast to look at
the rich agricultural lands near Tam-pico.
EIGHT MONTHS FOR $5.
Any person who cannot get their
strength back in - the four months
which constitute a $5 treatment of
Sexine Pills is entitled to the free
treatment of four months more. Sex
ine Pills are absolutely guaranteed
for all forms of nerve weakness in
men or women. Address or call on
Elvey & Hulett, where they sell all
the principal remedies and do not
substitute.
o
Mr. WestTid You seem to bo very
happy tonight.
Mrs. Western! Yi-s. indeed. That
jeyel of a ml J is not g'jing to leave me,
after all.
Mr. Western! Why, I thought you
told m? only bo other day that she
was going to Mrs. Murrayhiil's?
Mrs. Wcstend Yes, she was; but
Mrs. Murrayhill died this morning.
Was it not sweet of her? Judge.
leceivers
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, IN-AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA.
Frank A. Hartwell died yesterday
morning about 3 o'clock at the home
of his son, Byron Hartwell, No. 50'
South Center street, after a long ill
ness. Though of robust build he de
veloped an affection of the kidneys a
.couple of years ago and last winter
suffered an attack, of pneumonia that
proved all but fatal. It left hjm in
a condition that was practically hope
less, though he was able during the
spring to be around on the streets a
part of the time. His illness, how
ever, accentuated his constitutional
affections to such an extent that his
friends could see it was merely
question of a short time until the
end would come. For some time past
he has been confined to his bed and
his death was not unexpected.
Frank Hartwell is one of the older
residents of the territory, having
settled in Tucson in the early days
where he became known the -terri
tory over as a talented photographer.
In the eighties, during one of the
early periods of unusual proserity in
Phoenix, he moved to this city and
engaged here, in the same line of
work, being not only a fine photog
rapher but skillful in the taking of
landscape views. In that work he
visited all parts of the territory in
private employ on special occasions.
. He was a man of more than usual
popularity and was of a jovial dis
position, accommodating and charit
able. Many in a score of Arizona
'towns will regret his untimely death
for though he was 56 years old and
slightly past the meridian of life
there seemed to be many years of
usefulness ahead of hiin. He was a
native of Canada and is survived by
four children.
The dead man was a member of
the Elks lodge of this city and also
of the Knights of Pythias. The fun
eral will be held this afternoon at 5
o'clock in the parlors of Easterling
& Whitney and will be under the
auspices of the Elks. The Knights of
Pythias will attend as an escort.
o
TWO NEW COMPANIES
10 WRITE INSURANCE
American Central of St. Louis and St.
Paul Fire and Marine Have Quali
fied in Arizona.
The folowing insurance companies
qualified yesterday for the transaction
of business in Arizona in the otfice of
the secretary of the territory of Ari
zona:
American Central Insurance Com
pany of St. Louis, Mo. The amount of
capital stock, $2,ot0,000; the capital
stock paid up, $2,000.00(1; the amount
of its assets, $5,108,025.61; the amount
of its liabilities, exclusive of capital.
J2.27.14S. 51; the net surplus over all
liabilities exclusive of capital, $S30,-
877.10.
St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance
Company of St. Paul, Minn. The
amount of capital stock, $500,000; the
capital stock paid up, $500,000; the
amount of its assets, $5,001,420.02; the
amount of its liabilities, exclusive of
capital, $3,374,767.40; the net surplus
over all liabilities, exclusive of capital.
1,126,652.62.
Erie F. Skadan, Plaintiff,
by substitution, "
vs.
J. W. Latimer, Will Smelting Co., and
Gus Livingstone, Defendants.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN", That the undersigned. Receiver of the
property of the Will Smelting Company, under and by virtue of an order
duly made and entered in the above entitled cause, dated the 11th day of
June, 1908, will sell to the highest bidder or bidders, for cash, at the front
door of the Court House in Phoenix, Arizona, on Thursday, the second day
of July, 1908, at 10:00 o'clock A.. M-, all or so much 'of the following de
Kcriled property as may be necessary to pay and discharge the several
sums allowed and ordered paid in said order.
The property is described as follows: One lot of household and kitchen
furniture contained in the Oasis Hotel at Qiuirtzsite. Arizona; one assay
office and equipment and materials, together with building containing same;
one smelter building, together with smelter jacket, with blowers, engines,
pumps, storage tanks and other equipment; three carloads coke; three tons
charcoal; 5000 brick; 1500 fire bnek; three Fairbanks-Morse gasoline en
gines; platform scales; together with large quantities of tools and material,
too numerous to mention; and. all other personal property belonging to the
Will Smelting Company. All said property is situated in Quartzsite,
Arizona.
An itemized list of said property can be seen at the office of the under
signed, in Phoenix, Arizona.
Said sale will be subject to confirmation by some Judge of the District
Court, and will be made without redemption.
Terms of said Sale are as Follows
Twenty per cent (20) cash at the time of sale and balance to be
paid immediately on confirmation of said sale by Oie Court.
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Dated Phoenix, Arizona, June 15, 1908.
LYSANDER CASSIDY,
Receiver of the Property of the
Will Smelting Company.
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WALL PAPER CHEAP
Phoenix Hardware -Co.
M-M- 'I' 'I' ! -I"!' 4HHi44H4i
Wanted 100 More Free Patients
We will give one months advice and full examination to one hundred
people who need medical attention. We do this to convince the skeptical
that our treatment cures and does not patch up the system. Do not think
there is a string to this offer. There is none. We cure such diseases as
Rheumatism, Kidney and Bladder Trouble, Stomach Trouble, Catarrh,
Bright's Disease and Diabetes. Now you will talk to some people who will
tell you that Bright's Disease and Diabetes are positively incurable. Don't
be deceived by them; but we say right here we cure it and permanently,
with our great mineral spring remedies. We positively cure Liver Trouble,
remove Gall Stones and cure constipation with our great Liver Tonic, Bi-Lo-Zone.
All blood disorders and skin diseases, no matter from what cause, and
all female troubles. Now, skeptic, we give you a chance. First come, first
served. Don't delay. It is up to you.
VITA NEUVO MINERAL SPRING & RI-LO-7.0NE MEDICAL "CO..
31 East Adams, opposite Adams Hotel.
Office hours: 9 to 11 a. in. and 2 to 5 and 7 to S p. m., daily.
By the aid of numerous Ingenious
and reasonably priced inventions it Is
possible to provide a very high qual
ity of music for every home. In num
berless houses previously without
harmony music now flows like water.
It can be turned on or off as with a
faucet. It may be of Inferior qual
ity, like a cheap municipal gas, but
it gives at least some light in what
were otherwise the darkness of sub
cellar at midnight. In an earlier day
there were automatic instruments
ranging from a tinkly little music box
to huge monstrosities which ran with
the rigid regularity of clockwork and
had all the monotonous heartlessness
of a donkey-engine. The human ele
ment could not interfere except to
stop the torture. Today, however, it
is possible to push an attachment
up to an ordinary piano, insert a roll
of perforated paper, put one's feet
upon the pedals and let the machine
do the rest with this added privilege
that the player may at any moment
quicken or retard the pace, soften
or louden the tone, and manage all
to his own royal pleasure. Or you
may buy a piano with the mechanism
concealed in the case. Rupert
Hughes In June Ainslee'.
Lobster a Model for Ships.
The lobester is the new soring fash
ion for ships. Marine architects and
engineers are studying the lovely lob
ster with a view to modeling future
leviathans on his lines. They have to
build an ocean greyhound which will
cross the Atlantic in three days. And
they base their hopes on the structure
of the lobster, which can make twenty
feet In less than a second. As a land
lubber the lobster may be ungainly,
but in his native element he is both
speedy and graceful, says the Chicago
Tribune.
Moving along the sea bottoms, his
habitat, he walks nimbly along on the
tips of hisslender legs, the large claws
extended forward in front of the head,
a position which offers the least resis
tance to the water, while the two hin
der legs are used for walking. These
ends in hard, surlike Joints, which
serve as pricks to steady his move
ments. Delicate swimmers are attach
ed vertically to the under surface of
the tail, each of them consisting of a
short stalk and two ' flexible blades,
which aid his 'progress.
By far the most powerful organ of
locomotion the lobster possesses is his
socalled tail. By the flexion of this
tail fan he is enabled to make his won
derful backward flight through the
water. And it is the mechanism and
operation of this tail which the men of
science are now studying. They hope
to imitate the swift backward spring
by a mechanical device which will so
repeat " the propelling spring" as-to
make it one continuous, unbroken
speedy advance through the waters.
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I Bargains in -jfA . Q T . f , , wv i:Jo T"fo
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Bargains in
Sheets
and
Towels
"THE best always"
Bis Bar
gains in
Ladies' and
Men's Hosel
Soiid
locks
of
OXFORD SUITING
27 inch Oxford Suiting Linen,
good medium weight for coat suits
in brown ox, navy ox, and light
blue ox; a regular 25c
quality. This June sale at.
..18c
FIGURED ORGANDIE
25 pieces Cross Bar Organdie with
satin stripes and colored floral de
signs, checks, plaids and stripes,
sheer quality, was 20c a )r
yard. June sale price. . . . I L
SUMMER DRESS FABRICS
23 pieces fine Dress Swiss, Batiste
and Silk Mulls, with dots, striites
and figured patterns, the newest
of the season; were 35c a yard.
Our June sale
price is
FINE COTTON VOILE
10 pieces of beautiful Cotton Voile,
checked and plaid patterns; the
most desirable fabric this season
in light blue, reseda, brown, black
and navy; only the newest shades;
was 50c a yard. Our 3?r
June sale price is, yard OOL
COTTON CHALLIE
About 20 pieces of 614c quality
figured Cotton Challie. Our June
clean up price on the
3hc
lot is per yard.
GINGHAMS
Another lot of about 25 pieces of
15c standard Dress Ginghams in
good patterns, dark or light. Our
June clean up price Q
per yard is . . y W
Sale of
Colgates Soaps
Floating Bath, Oval Palm, Turkish Bath, Elder
Flower, Square Cake Palm, Tuscan Castile, Saturday
and Monday only
50c
Dozen
Cakes
PERCALES
A'xut 30 pieces of 30 inch stand
ard Percales, plain, figured and
dotted patterns in the staple col
ors; was 12V.C a yard. Our June
clean up price is,
per yard
....8c
IMPORTED MULLS
Our $1.50 quality Imwrted Shadow
Embroidered Dress Mulls, in pearl
grey, light blue, and black; beau
tiful quidity for street or evening
wear. Our June clean up price
on these goods Is, 75f
per yard IOC
Bath Towels
25 dozen good, close, heavy quality white Bath Tow
els, size 41xlS. Our June clean up price is. each
20c
Porch Pillow Covers
20 dozen heavy quality figured Satin Porch Pillow
Covers with wide ruffles, good patterns. Our June
clean up price is .each
19 and 25c
Sale of Muslin Gowns, Skirts and Pants
MUSLIN SKIRTS
Of fine quality soft Muslin with extra deep
flounce of hemstitched tucks and 3 and 4
rows wide lace insertion, flounce finished with
2 and 3 inch lace edging, well worth the reg
ular price of $2.50. Our June
clean up price is, each
$1.49
NAINSOOK PANTS
Our lot of Ladies' 75c Quality Nainsook Um
brella Pants, deep flounce with several rows
of plain narrow tucks and hemstitched tucks.
.....'49c
very special quality. Our June
clean up price, per yard
NAINSOOK GOWNS
Ladies' Night Gowns of nice quality Nainsook
and Long Cloth, deep yoke of lace and em
broidery, short sleeves, full sizes; were $1.50
and $1.73 each; several styles to choose from.
Our June clean up sale price is, OS
each .'. yOL
Special June Sale of Ladies' Shoes
We have just received another lot of those
Ladies' Fine Tan Oxfords, hand turned or welt
soles, soft and easy to the feet;
every size from, 2 to 8. Price...
$3.50
Ladies' Pearl Buckskin Blucher Cut Oxford, tip
toe, welt elk sole, just the thing
for hot weather. Price
$3.50
Indies' Wine Color Calf, Gibson Tie Oxfords,
oblong eyelets, welt sole, black trimmings; the
color $5.00 shoes, special
clean up price
$3.75
CHILDREN'S BARE-FOOT SANDALS
Made of tan calf, just the thing for the little folks'
comfort.
Sizes 5 to ' 8, per pair .. S1.23
Sizes 8Vi to 11, per pair. S1.50
Sizes lli to 2, per pair S1.T5
Ladies' sizes 2'.i to 7, per pair S2.25
SPECIAL SALE OF WHITE CANVAS SHOES
y
Child's sizes 3 to 8, Gibson tie, ribbon lace. June
siKHial price SI. 00
Child's sizes S'i to 11, Gibson tie, ribbon lace. June
S1.25
special price
Child's sizes 1H4 to 2, Gibson tie, ribbon lace, June
special price S1.50
Ladies' sizes S1.50
Ladies' White Linen Gibson Tie or Pump, white heels,
turn soles, -all sizes, June clean up price, pair S2.00
June Clean Up Sale at Our Annex
UNDERSKIRTS
Of nice quality Black Sateen and Percaline,
cut very full, with wide flounce and dust
ruffle, regular $1.25 skirts. Our
June clean up price is
.78c
SILK DRESS SKIRTS
Of the best quality soft finish Black Taffeka
Silk, especially well made, plain or trimmed.
These skirts are perfect fitting and models of
the season's leading styles. The prices are
greatly reduced for our June clean up sale.
$13.50 and $15.00 Skirts this sale at. .1. 8.75
$17.50 and $20.00 Skirts this sale at.. 10.75
WASH DRESSES
Of best quality Gingham and Percale Two
Piecp Suits, about fifteen different styles; very,
neat models in jumper and dutch yoke effects.
cut low neck or blouse waists; $6.00, $6.50 anil
$7.50. During our June clean
up sale at
$4.85
LINEN SKIRTS
In natural, blue, white and black, and stripes,
handsome tailored suits and perfect fitting.
See our line at June clean up prices.
$25.00 Suits go at.
$35.00 Suits bo at...,-....: i;.
S15.00
S20.00
GINGHAM PETTICOATS
For Saturday and , Monday we place on sale
three lines of Petticoats of good quality Ging
ham, mostly dark colors, plain or striped; cut
full and well made.
65c garments go at -4 Of4
75c garments go at 50C
$1.00 garments go at
LONG KIMONOS
In Crepe or Lawn, several broken lines but
nearly all sizes in the collection, all very well
made. Our June clean up price on the lot at
each 9S
: Prof. Fountain's music store, all the
latest songs., East Washington street.
WE HANDLE AN
AUTOMOBILE
as a delicate piecei of machinery, not
as a lot of metal. Send us yours to
be repaired and the result will show
our skill and knowledge of autos.
Send it to us while there is only a
little the matter. That will save you
money and the chance of a bigger re
pair bill later on. . ... .
SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO.
Phone Main 345 225-229 W. Wash. St.
E. W. BACON. Manager.
Best Buy
of unimproved land In the valley.
1C0 acres of - first class mesquite
land, Ine soil, easy to levek only
14 feet to water; "signed up" In
reservoir. Suitable for Eucalyptus
Trees, and only 8ft mites out.
This is ' a snap. : Price $40.00 per
acre.
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Spaulding-Rinard Co,
200 W. Washington St.
i Opposite Ford Hotel
Well it 5eats all
1
1
! Sirs. Murphy Say, Mrs. Malone,
look here, see them things? Mrs. Ma
! lone Why, the Saints be bless'd.
Looks like you had been to Chicago.
I Where did you get all that lot of
I fine goods? Mrs. Murphy Sure and
T got it all at Massie & Sons. Bye
I the bye, you should see they have
I tables one one side of the store with
I all of these goods on 'em for 5c, 10c,
j 15c and 20c, and nothing over 23c.
j My, it did seem like I got an awful
lot for my money. These are the best
I drinking glasses for 10c I ever did see.
I Say, he has a second hand suit of
j furniture that cost $300 when it was
1 new. Massie buys anything. Take
your old fruit Jars to him.
Massie & Sons
Phone Main 257. 114-116 W. Wash.
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It will pay you to see The Light Bi
cycle, with Baley Xon Skid Tires lie
fore you buy a bike. Reading, Stand
ard, Light, Curtiss & Indian Motorcy
cles. .Tires, Sundries and Repairing.
ARIZONA- MOTOR CO.
Phone Red 537. 31 So. 1st Ave.
WANTED
GOOD ALL AROUND BLACK
SMITH. SEE THOMAS, AT X
END OF INDIAN SCHOOL "f
CAR LINE. PHONE COUNTY T
19. X
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