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WANTED WANTED Every man and woman in Maricopa county to read this "ad," which offers to save our cus tomers money on dependable Hard ware, Tools, Crockery, Glassware, Stoves, Tinware ana hundreds of useful articles. WANTED 1000 hunters to call and see our big line of Guns and Rifles. We rent Shotguns and Rifles, and our ammunition is fresh. WANTED Every married man in Maricopa county to call and see the Insurance Gasoline Stoves and sat isfy yourself that they are abso lutely safe for your wife to use. . WANTED Every camper in this country to call and let us figure on your outfit. We keep the Tents, Camp Stools, Camp Stoves, Guns, Ammunition, Cots, etc. WANTED Every one in this county to know that Davidson's Cash Store has moved in the building for merly occupied by trie Dorris-Hey-man Furniture Co, 22-24 W. Wash ington St., and that we are better prepared tha never to fill your wants in our line. -. GLASSES ARE AFTER YOU and they will get you,'' too, sooner or later. Don't make the mistake of so many and rut off wearing glasses "just as long as possible," but at the first sign of fatigue or failure, have your ryes examined and if necessary the right lenses supplied. DR.E.MUNSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN Such Splendid Soda Such Soda Water as Larsen is now serving must be splen did, because everybody says so. You like good oaa, don't you? Then you can't help liking Larsen's no one can, , it's so delicious and fresh. LARSON. DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center 6V Wash. Sts. THE . BAKE SHOP A DELICIOUS FLAVOR, A TEMPTING SAVOR THAT'S MOTHER'S BREAD; -.NUF SED. HOME BAKING CO. M J." PETTI D, Manager Olivette Brand the best Olive Oil ' good to eat Olives Hunger Bros. THE PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. For "Trunk, Suit vCase or Bag. The best and the cheapest. 433 W. Wash. Phone Red 394. taken in exchange. Trunks Company ml Old y "V , FOR T Vder La CI I OF LOCAL INTEREST TO IRON SPRINGS. W. B. Lount and family will leave tills morning for Iron Springs. TO LONG BEACH M. E. Prutsman and family left last night to spend the summer at Long Beach. NEW BANK EMPLOYE. Artie C Stooe arrived here yesterday- from 1is Angeles and haa entered the eni plov of the Phoenix National bank. TO IRON SPRINGS. Mrs. D. D. Horning and Mrs. J. K. Walker were among those who went to Iron Springs yesterday for the remainder of the summer. NEW BOOKKEEPER. Carl .Dare, who came here recently from Los An geles, has entered the employ of the Long Hardware company on Center street. Mr. Dare Is an expert account 'ant. SUMMER VACATION. Miss Susie Leonard, chief clerk- In the incorpora tion department of the auditor's office, left yesterday for a vacation of two months in her former home In Lockport, N. Y. NEW RESIDENTS Mr .and Mrs K. A. Kirk arrived here yesterday from Bisbee and will make Phoenix their home. Mr. Kirk Is the new secretary of the territorial fair commission and will immediately devote himself to perfecting an organization for the b- gest and best fair ever.. A, HUNTING PARTY. James San chez and Frank Jerez, with thfir fam ilies, went on a hunting expedition up the river. Though this Is not Ideal hunting weather they had a very pleas ant outing and came back with plenty of cotton tails and such other game as is not protected by the close season. VALUABLES PICKED UP. A cou ple of weeks ago a purse was found In the New York store containing a sum of money and other things. The man agement has been holding it thinking the owner would call In the search that would naturally follow, but no one has yet come who could Identify It so the matter is made public. AN EASTERN VISITMiss Myrtle Salisbury left Sunday" morning for Chicago, New York City and other points in the east. On the way she will visit the Grand Canyon and Den ver. Miss Salisbury will spend the greater part of the summer visiting relatives In Missouri, Kansas and Ok lahoma. , LICENSED TO WED For a warm day George Kirkiand.. the marriage clerk of the office of the probate court was unreasonably busy yesterday. Li censes were issued to the following ersms: Buford T. Brown and Maude Merrill Ullom; Oat Hitson and Mrs. A. M. Downey; Grant Merrill and Margaret Schwarz. All are residents if the countv. TWO DAYS MORE. There are only two days more for the satvatlon of ! those who are. still delinquent in the payment of the water rentals. Friday night, July 10, will precipitate a great 'many dignified Phoenicians into the ,depthsof the tureen unless they move faster during the next two days than thev have been doing. BROKE HIS ARM. Fred Adams, a Icitizen if Florence, had the misfortune (yesterday forenoon to fall from the : curbstone near the Commercial hotel in this city, and break the bone of his upper right arm. The seriousness of the injury to the arm was not discov ered for sometime after the fail, when a physician was summoned to attend ;-him. FROM PRICE'S STATION. Henry iZfuner, mayor and ex-offuio oily coun jcil, chief of police and landlord at I Price's station in Pinal county, is vis iting Phoenix. Mr. Zeuner says there ; is growing activity in that section, , particularly at the ' Newberrv mine (where the construction of a hoisting I plant and other improvements are un der way. The company received about , fifteen carloads of freight last month land something arrives almost every day. NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles of the following corporations were filed in the office of the county recorder yesterday: Consumers' Peat, Fuel and Gas company, capital stock $1,000,000; incorporators, Albert Sellers, Louis J. Mcadluck, Elias H. Sellers. La Corona- jdo Development company, capital stock, J7500 incorporators, S. J. Trlbo , let, Frank Thomas, C. H. Barnett, Wm. Thomas. Tezonapa Valley natation company, capital stock, $1,200,000; in corporators, Pehr Olson Suffer, Fred erick Albert Robinson. TO JOIN ELKS. Charles J. McEl I roy left over the Southern Pacific' last night for a two months' vacation and pleasure trip. By previous ar rangement he will Join the Los Angeles ,Llks" special train at Tucson and journey with tl'iem to El Paso, where ' the bunch of longhorns will be enter taine by the El Paso lodge. From ; there they will go to Dallas to the ! grand lodge. After the Elks' conven- tion Mr. McEIroy wil go to Galveston i then to New Orleans, talking the boat t there on the 22nd for Xew -York. . He will divide his time between that city and Philadelphia and Atlantic City, returning over the northern route early in September. If You Want , to Buy Sell or a Second Hand Typewriter See Us IVlcNEILCO. 126-128 W.' Washington St. Tho PEOPLE with tho GOODS opposite Court Houso - , THE SUMMER. Mrs. Lean- hance. Miss Marie La Chance Ruth Watkins have gone to Monica to spend- the summer. hance will probably Join them later in the season. FINE, VEGETABLES. Robert Wig gins, son-in-law of F. M. Mognett of this city, has sent a shipment of fine tomatoes from Ray, Arizona., to Phoe nix, one particularly large-speclman I of which weighed three pounds. For a long time the .people have looked to Ray to furnish tlum with all the cop per they needed, knowing the mineral richness of that section, but never had supposed the day would come when a grower there would show the valley to mato producer cards and spades, with this vegetable. Mr. Wiggins has a garden in the sandy soil near the river at Ray and has ; this season grown vegetables extensively, supplying: the hotel there. The soil seems to be un usually productive, and" with plenty of i water the vegetables mature raiklilv. WHAT ARE SPUDS? A Phoenix man who returned from an eastern trip recently relates the following in cident that occurred in the home of an eastern relative while he was there. One. of the ladies present had visited him in Arizona where she became fa miliar with the use of the word "spud." It was used in the conversation that day and with a laugh she remarked that she had never known what a spud was until she visited in Arizona. Her sister, who chanced to be present, laughed heartily at what she termed the ignorance: of the traveled one. She said she had supposed that; everybody knew what a spud -was ami she certain ly had ever since her childhood. "What is a spud?" finally asked the girl who had been to Arizona. "Why a spud is a young pigeon, of course," replied the other. Ladies' Low Shoes and Oxfords We have certainly tha finest dis play of oxfords and low cut shoes for women, it has aver been our privilege to offer our trad. Wo have recently added 20 NEW STYLES comprising the NEW SMART and COR RECT STYLES from tho best manufacturers of women's fine shoes known to the trade; shoes of unquestionable REPUTA TION for STYLE, FIT and WEAR. Carried in the sizes and widths to fit all feet. ' A range of prices from one fifty to she dollars, each the best of its kind. H. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. FOR PULLING A GUN. Francisco Billa was arrested yesterday by the police for pulling a little pistol on an other' Mexican. He had mistaken a man named Bcrnado Gonzales who passed his door, for the dog catcher with whom he had had trouble the day before. When Bernado went by he began to curse and abuse him. Ber nado returned and told him he was not the object of his spleen and did not like to be abused. Francisco kept it up and Bernado told him to desist else there would be a mix-up. Fran cisco said that was just what he was spoiling for. Bernado moved off, say ing he was in a hurry, Franciscc prom ised to hurry and began pulling pn his shoes as fast as he could In his in tox Icated condition. Bernado could not wait and crossed the street. Finally Francisco emerged and thinking Ber nado had a. knife. hertold him to wait until his return. The latter did so and when Francisco showed up again he had what Bernado says was a gun. Starting toward 1 Bernado Francisco fell lit the ditch. Starting toward Francisco, Bernado fell on top of him, he says, for the purpose of disarming him. About this time Mrs. Francisco came out a little the worse for liquor and fell Into the fray in the ditch also. Then a iasserby separated tliem for fear that some of them might accident ally get hurt. Bernado told his story to the police and Francisco was ar rested. Mrs. Francisco appearel at the station later to say her husband had no gun . but armed with a pair of shears. The fact that the officer could find no gun indicates that she. might bo telling the truth. ; Whatever the facts all parties seemed to have had 3 good time. LOST AND FOUND. A five-year- old .boy slipped, away from his mother at an up-town store yesterday and gave her and the police a few minutes of excitement. Failing to find him on the street the search was led to the family home where the little chap was strolling around the yard and whist ling as unconcerned as though he was monarch .of. all he surveyed and things were running mighty smoothly in his kingdom. Specialties in THE HUB'S SEMI-ANNUAL Clearance Sale Is On . - That we're distributing greater values than ever, may y be gleaned from the following quotations: 25 per cent Discount on all of our Man's Straw Hats Including 'Sailors, ' Telescopes and Panamas; . regular prices ranging from 75c to $15. 25 DISCOUNT On free and unrestricted choice of any "Alfred Benjamin" or "Hart, Schaffner & Marx'' Suit in the House. Boy's Straw Hats A great big stock' 'of Boys' Straw Hats hundreds of . them, in every popular shape and braid, formerly sold up to $1.00 today and the rest of the two weeks at, choice 25 cents r $2,50 tor "Fiorsiieim" Shoes and Oxfords No need to dwell upon the superiority of this excel lent make. We take pride in the fact that some of Phoenix's swellest dressers are fairly captivated by their wear and fit. Their regular selling prices are $5.00 and $G.00. ? - - V THAT PURE -xlUST KEEP COMING You'll soon get acquainted" and then you will always bo our friend. We have hundreds of friends that like our business methods. JUST GOOD OLD SQUARE DEALING That's what's making us grow. Once a customer always a customer. Noth ing Mit the best always for our friends. You are" always welcome in our large cool place. The ELYEY HULETT Service ELVEY Quality A mall order OUR COQL COMFORTABLE STORE ilff WE HAVE A COTV5rt.eriE tlNtt OF DUSTERS, BUGGY CANOPIES AND OTHER SUMMER GOODS. LOOK OVER OUR LINE OF SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVING HARNESS BE FORE BUYING. N. PORTER - 8ADDLE AND HARNESS CO, SPURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington St. Telephone Red 131. ,H..H..l,,,,ntH,,,,ll....i..t.i Everything in CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, UN DERWEAR, ; SHIRTS, COLLARS, SUSPENDERS, NECKWEAR, GAR TERS, BELTS, GLOVES, SLEEPING GARMENTS, . HOSIERY, ETC, ETC. McDougall & Cassou Co. 30 and 32 West Washington Street ,.,iMH,.HMt,.,.t,,i;,lH,,f,,H, iiii n i.H"Hiiii 1 1 1 ;-ii mi 1 1 1 in- 25 per cent Discount on our peerless stock of Men's Trousers Including every pair in the house; , regular, prices ranging froiri $2.50 to $12.50. Fine Shirts Tjvcnty-flve dozen of '. Men's High Class Golf Shirts, such as "Mon arch" and "Manhattan," in solid colors and fancy effects, either dark or light, a complete assort ment of sizes to. choose from, val ues up to $3.50 in this sale at, choice $1.00 SODA WATER PHONE MAIN I & HULETT Druggists if yon can't com (ninuniuniimimnnninnnimnniRi Travelers! going on vacations should call and see our big line of TRAVELING CASES, BILL BOOKS. PURSES, ETC. Our prices are reasonable. CHAIN'S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. 11-13 N. Center SL 'MUllIUUHHUni iinuuiu? YOUR VACATION WILL BE COM PLETE If you will order the dally Re publican sent to you while away from town. B snail 75 cents, per month. What can you get more pleasure out of than this 2 1-2 cents per day. Phone Main 47. o I will leave in a few days on a va cation. My place of business will be closed during my absence. Will re turn to Phoenix about September 9th. ' HARRY FRIEDMAN, 35 North Center Street. ,n ,i ,!!, ,llH i M ill 11 1 M 1 1 1 't'4 Men's Wear J Wave You Heard th July Records? We now have them on sale for both the Victor and Edison machines. - "Old Black Joe," sung by Madam Louise Homer, is one of the gems of the Victor list. Every one loves these old time songs and will find In this one a' choice addition to any col lection: The store that carries the stock. Miller-Ster Successors to Ice Cream Freezers 4 1 Mill 1 1 IHII11I11IMI111 Have You Used Crystal Vel vet or Borax? For pleasant and delightful bath try either of these. They soften the water and are guaranteed to have a soothing effect 60 cents a can at ....,i..ua fl j5fc.jS2JiiS$ THE ADAMS ii niiiniiiimiiiiniM T Avoid- fire of stove as much t i as possible these days. We X have for you MELONS, VEGETABLES, BER ii RIES, GRAPES, PEACHES, " ; ;; APPLES, PEARS, PLUMS, STRAWBERRIES, BLACKBER- ;; RIES, AND LOGANBERRIES. Just phone us. I Wefzier's Gash Grocery ; ; Phone Black 961. ; ; IS W. Wash. SL if mimm miiinmin- TO JOIN ELKS Charles J. Mc EIroy left last night over the South ern Pacific for a two months vaca tion and pleasure ' trip. By special previous arrangement he will join the Los Angeles Elks' special train which is the finest ever sent out of the city, at Tucson and journey with them to El Paso, where they will be entertained by the local lodge of long horns in a brilliant style. From there the special will go to Dallas to i bcnavtor nis term would expi attend fhe grand lodge, at which thef.,- 19j0 Tne mur(ior was c 1" - ... fLos Angeles Elks hope to swing the next big convention to the City of I Angels.' ' After leading the gay life with the antlered tribe at Dallas, Mr. McEIroy will go east, spending his time between New York, Philadelphia and Atlantic City, returning to Phoe nii early In September. His main (Theme while gone will be Salt River valley real estate, and he will put In a clincher where he sees an investdr on' the waiting list. ; FOOLING WITH AN ARIZONIAN Among those Involved in the opera tions of William H. Carlson in his Los Angeles' real estate deal Is John Mar lowe of Globe. Carlson had sold a tract of land divided Into lots to a host of people, the titles to pass to them when he had secured possession of the proprety which he was promot ing. In the meantime his small bank failed and the real estate promotion deal was brought to a stand still. Marlowe called the other fr,vf to secure his title. When he was informed how matters stood he set out to find Carl son to lick the title out of him. PAROLED. A parole was yesterday granted to John R. Ward by Governor Kibbey. Ward was convicted in Oc tober, 19W, in Graham county of mur- H H I 1 1 H-H 1 1 1"M "1 "I M"H A JOY FOREVER What Is prettier or gives greater tone to the appearance of one's side board or buffet than Cut Glass? Have you ever noticed the varying lights and exquisite tint that luurk In Cut Glass Decanters, Carafes, Goblets, Tumblers and ritchers and how the mirror at the back re flects them? Is there any wonder, then, why the bride or groom appreciates cut glass as a wedding present? Our line is the best money can buy and we sell It to you at modest profit prices. F. A. Hilderbran & Co. Phone Red 12S4. 10-12 W. Washington St t.;l"H"H"H 1 1 M.t..t.i.,i.,i,.t,.il,i.iil,lM.;..;,..,;iiit;HMtlliln 1 1 1 1 M H I ling Company m ', - , E. L. Andrews & Son. Refrigerators and Talbot & Hubbard's tl Asf altUAVM C4APA ndlUffdlO OlUMa 1111 II' IIMU11II I ! 1 1 H 1 1 Hf PHARMACY f NO BEAUTY UNADORNED - can compare with the one wearing our jewelry. The sparkle of gems gives an added lustre to the eyes of the proud wearer. If you are thinking of making some one a present let it be jewelry and that jewelry ours. Then you will be assured, a quality that you can rely upon; a moderation in price that makes giving easy. 6 & 8 E. Washington St. Have You Bought Your July Phono graph Records? Berryiiill's Big Book Store "The Mail Order House" der In the second degree, and was sen tenced to serve fifteen years in the l penitentiary. With credits for, good re March i uiv. i it- iiiuiut-i xr v i 'ill mil itrr j n CIift((n; the victim being a man ......:. .1 named Johnson, formerly a member of the Rough Rider regiment. The pa role was granted' on a petition signed by many prominent citizens both in Graham county and elsewhere, includ ing Wiley E. Jones, district attorney of Graham county, who prosecuted Ward, and on his good prison record which entitled him to consideration. Another feature of the case, and one of great weight also, is that Ward has a wife and several chndren tn Graham county, who are entirely dependent upon him for support and who are in needv circumstances. ' - ' INITIATION . AND REFRESH MENTS The Foresters' will meet to night in regular session at Melczer hall. After initiating some candidates ice cream will be served to help reduce the temperature. If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy the office before noon and a spe cial messenger will deliver it. We expect subscribers to get their paper every day. in the year, and unless they advise . us .of . poor service e cannot properly serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. 1 1 1 I -MA- 1-1-H "M I 1 1 M 1"M I t- U Hf II Ifaif - - .