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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY 3IORXIXCJ, JULY 10, 1908.
WANTED WANTED Everjj 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 Tresh. - 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 country to call on your outfit. camper and let in this us fiaure 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 put 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.MUKMSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN Our Only Specialty Is doing our level best to sup ply our customers with goods which will give them entire satisfaction. We be want each customer to thoroughly pleased with every purchase he or she makes here. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center & Wash. St. THE BAKE SHOP A DELICIOUS FLAVOR, A TEMPTING SAVOR. THAT'S MOTHER'S BREAD; NUF SED. HOME BAKING CO. M J. PETTID, Manager. Olivette Brand the best Olive Gil good to eat , Olives Monger Bros. Gompany. THE PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. For Trunk, Suit Case or Bag. The best and the cheapest. 4H3 W. Wash. Phone Red 894. Old Trunks taken in excJiange. f OF LOCAL INTEREST NEW NOTARIES J. M. Eriekson of Morenci and H. Winters of Oracle have been appointed notaries public. RETURNING HOME Mrs. F. M. Hill, mother of Mrs. Geo. W. Cow Kill, left last night for her home in Spokane, after visiting here Bince last October. DR. STONE BACK Dr. Stone re turned yesterday to Phoenix after a trip in the east and will so to the coast tonight, lie will spend some time at Catnlina. TO CROSS THE OCEAN George Blackburn and wife left last night over the Southern Pacific for Pitts burg. After a short visit there they will go to New York and sail for Kngland. GONE TO SAN DIEGO R. E. Miner left last night for San Diego to rejoin his family for the summer. They are living there for the bene fit of the climate which seems to be I helping Mrs. Miner, a sufferer of rheumatism. SURVEY APPROVED The sur- ' . - .. i i I survey No. 2538, Copper Kins lode claim, situated -in the Globe . mining district, Gila county and claimed by the Live Oak Copper Mining and Smelting company. A SHORT OUTING Charles A. Stauffer of The Republican force, left this morning via the Santa Fe for the coast. He expects to' loiter on the beach for a week or two and listen to the murmuring music of the sad sea wave?. STILL A CRIPPLE C. S. Cakes who some time ago had the misfortune to have his foot injured in a bicycle accident. Is still ou. crutches. His In jured pedal shows but . slow signs of improvement. In fact is not in so good a "state as a few days ago. CACTUS CLUB Alhambra is the latest place to come" Into style With a club. The articles of incorporation were filed yesterday in the office of the county recorder by C. F. Reak seakcr, C. H. Rcakscaker and E. Reuk seaker. It is for social purposes, ac cording to the articles. GOING TO MESA Geo. W. Cow- gill, secretary of the board of trade. will spend today in Mesa confer ring with the secretary of the Mesa City board on the subjects of the valley exhibits to be made at Ari zona and at the Arizona fair next fall. WHERE IT BELONGED A priv ate dispatch from Denver to The Republican says the ne-fpaper men in Denver were mistaken the other day in regard to that lomr continued shout of a couple of hours as they supposed In honor or Bryan. The truth is it was intended as an ova tion to Sfldim Michelson, Arizona's committeeman and anti-joint state hood fighter. I A LEG CUT OFF Gabriel Ramo j na was brought In from Gila Bend i yesterday mornirtg and taken to the ; county, hospital. The man had had his left leg cut off below the knee by a train the day before 'at Gila Bend. How the accident happened is not known. Ramona had been em ployed by a mining company operat ing in the vieinitv of Gila Hend. i BUSINESS GOOD IN THE NORTH i Win. P. Crump returned westerday morning from Prescott, where he went last Friday to install his fam ily for the summer, a custom that ! he has religiously followed for the ! last four years, improving in the ; monthly city, augments ino ittle ii ereasing number of Phoenix people , who spend their vacations In its environs. While there, to keep busy, ,Mr. Crump sold a car of watermel-: ions, four cars of hay and altout -Ou. crates of cantaloupe, grapes, cu Sumlwrs, tomatoes, etc. j GEORGE McNEIL BETTER Geo. McNeil who has been ill for several j weeks is reported very much better j though he is still confined to his bed. I BROKE HIS ARM Elliot Evans had the misfortune yesterday morning to injure himself very painfully, break ing his right arm at the wrist. He was driving from his ranch home to town, behind a spirited animal which became frightened and overturned the buggy. He threw his arm out to break his fall and In so doing broke the arm. He managed to right the vehicle and come on to town where his injuries were given attention. RAIN Word rame from Roosevelt yesterday afternoon that it had been raining hard in that vicinity for the preceding hour and was still raining. There is a hope in these narts that nobody w ill be able, to' get the plug back Into the celestial waterbarrel for at least three days and by that time it is expected there will be a cooling i shower hereabout. It can come just j as soon as it wants to. The farmers I would rather have it rain up the river I and come down in the ditches but the City dweller is keen to have the at mosphere washed out and cooled off. The farmer though Is not so finnicky as he was a few weeks ago and in willing now to take most any kind of water and wherever he can get it. If You Want to Buy or Sell a Second Hand Typewriter See Us McNeil co. 126-128 W. Washington St. The PEOPLE with the GOODS opposite Court House GONE TO COAST Mrs. O. F. Rlack left last night for Los Angeles ex pecting to be gone for the next three months or during the hot weather. A YUMA VISITOR At DeSpain was a Phoenix visitor yesterday being enroute to Gila county where, he for mally Jived iand was engaged in the livestock industry. He Is going up to look over interests in which he is still Concerned. AN ARM BROKEN George W. Jones, city mail carrier working on delivery route No. 1 met with quite a serious accident a few days ago. He was riding horseback when his horse shied or was crowded Into a ditch by a wagon. He was unhorsed and suf fered the breaking of his right urm beiow the elbow. CHARGE WITHDRAWN The po- j lice were summoned to South Sixth avenue Wednesday evening by tele- ! phone, on the information that a man ; was beating up a couple of women.; He was amsted but before court time : yesterday the women appeared at the ! city hall, having become more charita ble toward their oppressor, and with- drew th complaint. CRAZY AND KNEW IT. Deputy j Sheriff Wood of Wickenburg came j down yesterday morning with Frank Kelly, an Insane man who was given ; a hearing in probate court 1ri the after- j noon and was sent to the asylum, of j his insanity there was no doubt but there was .one point on which he was entirely rational. He knew he was In- ! sane and frankly admitted it.' He said 1 he bad been in the asylum of this territory twice -and that., was proved 1 by the record. He had been an inmate of the asylums of Nebraska, Utah and California. Specialties in Ladies' . Low Shoes and Oxfords We have certainly the finest dis play of oxfords 'and low cut shoes for women, it has ever been, our privilege to offer our trade. We have recently added 20 NEW STYLES comprising the NEW SMART and COR RECT STYLES from the best manufacturers of women's fine shoes known to" the trade; shoes of unquestionable REPUTA TION for STYLE, FIT and WEAR. i Carried in the sizes and widths to fit all feet. A range of prices from one fifty to six dollars, each the best of its kind. H. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. A PORCH PARTY. A charming little porch party was given in the early morning hours Thursday at .the home of Mrs. George K. Golze, 610 North Second street In honor of Misses Davenport and Andrews from Water man, Ills.; who are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hunter. The porch was very prettily decorated with pepper boughs, palms leaves and roses; mel ons were served in the dining room. Those present were Miss Ruth An drews, Miss Georgia Davenport, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Charles Donofrio, Mrs. W. W. Edwards, Mrs. C. H. Valentine, Misses Clara Jencks, Katheryn Smith. Mae Frazer, Zella Avis, Mrs. Robert Friedel, Mrs. Dunlap, Mrs. James Shott, Mrs. Helm and Mrs. Earl Por ter: THE DOG CATCHER Nobody seems to hold a very high regard for the office of dog catcher or for any body who fills it, yet It should be re membered by all that the dog catcher is a ver necessary evil and that the functions of his office and his methods, of administration have the warrant of legal sanction and he Is personally clothed with authority and operates under the protection of the law, A great many people imagine that he Is simply licensed to kill and is turned loose to prey upon a worse evil which is of course, not my dog but the other fellow's. It is a popular belief by a great many that so long as a dog is kept -on; private premises it is no body's business and many who wish to evade the law keep their dogs locked up during the day and turn them I loose at night to fornge and bay at the moon. The fact is the dog catcher has no right to invade private premises and forcefully possess himself of fam ily canines. ; Nevertheless if he knows that a dog is kept in a certain place upd has no tag he can procure a war rant for the arrest ot. the keeper on the Charge of harboring, an untagged flog. This will incur nst likely some additional expense beside the buying of a tag. The proper thing for dog owners to do Is to obey the law and buy tags or dispose of the dog. By vigHane during the summer they may escape the tax but they are constantly liable to a fine and costs that would buy several dog tags. THE HUB'S SEMI-ANNUAL Clearance Sale Is On : . . . r That we're distributing greater values than ever, may ' be gleaned from the following quotations: 25 per cent Discount 25 per cent Discount . . on all of our on our peerless -stock of Men's Straw Hats Men's Trousers ... - , . v..-. Including Sailors, Telescopes Including every pair In the nnd Panamas; regular prices house; regular prices ranging ranging from 75c to 315. from $2.50 to $12.50. ;- 25 DISCOUNT On free and unrestricted choice of any "Alfred . Benjamin," or 4iHart, 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 $2.50 for "Florshelm" Shoes and Oilords 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 $0.00. j . '-. THAT PURE SODA WATER JUST KEEP You'll soon get acquainted and then you will always he 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 hut the best always -for our friends. You are always welcome in our large .cool place. ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists A mall order If you can't come. The ELVEY "HULETT Service OUR COOL COMFORTABLE (STORE WE HAVE a comM.ne link 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. . 8PURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington 8t : Telephone Red 131.. H 'l'i l i l 1 H 11 I I t ! 1 11 1 M 1 1 M Everything in CLOTHING, . SHOES, HATS, UN DERWEAR, SHIRTS, COLLARS, SUSPENDERS, NECKWEAR, GAR TERS, BELTS, GLOVES, SLEEPING f GARMENTS, HOSIERY, ETC; ETC. IVlcDougal! & Cassou Co. 30 and 32 West Washington Street H"H"I"l"H"t"I"t"l"H"I"H 1 1 1 1 1 Fine Shirts ' Twenty-five 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 $2.50 in this sale at, choice . $1.00 COMING PHONE MAIN I minuuuiuiiimioHiMrniniiinmmnr. (Travelers j S going on vacations should call jj S and see our big line of g TRAVELING CASES, ' BILL BOOKS. '. PURSES, ETC. S Our prices are reasonable. 5 s mm 3: CHAIN'S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. b 11.11 fu r ........ c ufflinnmuniiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiuuinumis YOUR VACATION WILL BE COM PLETE if you will rder the daily 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 8 1-2 cents per day. Phone Main 47. . . 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. M"H .H"H' 1 1 1 1 1 HI t H t M r ! Men's Wear 1 1 M"M"M"M"H"M"H' IMIIIUI4 Have You Heard th luly Records? We now have them on sale for both the Victor and Edison machines. . "Old Black Joe," sung by Madam Louise Homer, is one ot the genu of the Victor list. Every one loves these old time songs and will find in this one a choice addition to any collection. The store that carries the stock. . Miller-Sterling Company Successor to - Refrig Ice Cream Ftcczets II 1 1 1 1 IIIHlflWI lil I H i Have You Used Crystal Vel vet or J. For a pleasant - the water and a can at 1 THE ADAMS 4 1 1 1 11 II 11 1 1 1 V 11 H'i ! II 411 H 111 II 1 1 1 1 i H 1 1 I 1 I 1 I t Avoid fire of stove as much t I as possible these days. We X have for you t MELONS, VEGETABLES, BER- f I RIES, GRAPES, PEACHES, 1 APPLES, PEARS, PLUMS, f STRAWBERRIES, BLACKBER- ? J RIES, AND LOGANBERRIES. I m. Just phone us. Wetzler's Gash Grocery Phone Black 961. 15 W. Wash. St. JL m n i u 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, j The. boarjl. of equalization has got '. as far along is the letter L In the dup- I llcate tax mil: So far there ha been i no raises and the kicks have been very few. ' 41S ANNUAL TOUR Harry Fried man will leave Saturday on his annual tour of California! He expects to give Los Angeles and San Francisco a good looking over as well as visiting many attractive places In their vicinity, re turning about the first of September. "TWILIGHT" AT PARK THEA TER Western life was never better portrayed : than - In that beautiful Jfama," "Twilight." which was pre sented by ' the . Morton company at Eastlake park last night.' Miss Sum merlin' in the title role displayed some rare,' powerful acting. The balance of the- cast did remarkably well.' . "It's by Tar the best bill ever put' on at' this" popular show ' place and it Is certainly worth your while to see It. The play is to be repeated tonight and tomorrow night. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec ords ef the offices of the district clerk, tbeprobate rourt and the cuunty re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title Company. The records for yesterday were: RECORDER'S OFFICE. James Scott and wife to Linda Maud Scott, west half of southwest quarter section S5-1N-2E. James Scott and wife to May Scott, east half of southwest quarter section 35-1N-2E. Wm. Cisney to Blanche Mixre, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 12, Irvine addition. H-H-H ! 1 1 H !"H' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mil 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 tints that Iutirk in Cut Glass Decanters, Carafes, Goblets, Tumblers and Pitchers and how the mirror at 'the back re-, fleets 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 1284. 10-12 W. Washington St Mil I 'M 1 M"H"t"H1 1 1 H M 1 "lfrH-l"M M-1-H-1-M-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 E. L. Andrews &. Son. erators and Talbot & Hubbard's ' Hardware Store 1 Ml tin III H 1 I 1 I'M' H" M"H" Borax? and delightful bath try either of these. They soften are guaranteed to have a soothing effect. 60 cents PHARMACY l-ll H"K"1"H"I-H-1 HI' 1 1 1 It M M-fr 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. I tl JL Washington St. . i. K O DA K Take One With You We Have Them From $1 to $35 fierryliillVBig Book Store "The Mail Order House" C. L. Eriekson and wife to Wm. A. Kuns and wife, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 30, Glendale. J. W. Walker and wife to John T. Dunlap, northwest quarter of -northeast t'aurter 8-1S-3W. A. E. Turner to C. M. Hornbaker, lot 7, block' 32, Churchill addition. ' N. 'S. Berray and wife to John TogaL lots 16, 2 7, rs.19, block 3. Tempe. Cora Shawver to John B. Shawver, west half of southwest quarter 30-2N-2E. I. V. Stewart and wife to U. S. A., part of section 23-1N-4E- Nina Miller to U. S. A., northeast quarter 23-1N-4E. Simon Marks to Bertha Levy, part of lot 12, block 33. Phoenix. Andrew Kozik to Henry Rixen, four claims vulture district. Special prices on all new Repairing and keys fitted. Adams. trunks. 112' E. 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 we cannot properly -serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. .. .. III! I -H"H"I"M"H' ! 1-H"1"H"1 "1 1 I K