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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY 3IORMXO, JULY 11, 1908.
ABOUT WONDER WASHERS. 1st. It is the -easiest. 2nd. It is the quickest. 3rd. It is the lightest. 4th. It is the most durable. 5th. It is the simplest. 6th. It will not shrink or warp. It has a metal tub. 7th. It washes the dirtiest places the fastest. 8th. It will wash one delicate lace collar ori dozen without tearing or wearing them, in one minute. 9th. Free from lost motion or rat tle. 10th. It will wash as many pieces as any other family washer, although more compact. 11th. No cogs nor gearings. - 12th. A girl 12 years old can run it. 13th. The price is only $9.75 for the Wonder Washer, and every claim made is guaranteed at Davidson's Cash Store 22 to 24 West Wash., Phoenix EYES AND DOLLARS. N Without eyes it is hard to get dol lars. With a few dollars your eyes may be made Rood with glasses. Good sight means more money fir you. We're willing to assist fori by making your sight good. DR.E.MUIMSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN People Who Have A Telephone need only telephone main JS any time they want drug store goods. Wo will immediately deliver desired articles. AVe guarantee to satisfactorily fill any telephone order you may send in. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center & 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. I Olivette Brand the best Olive Oil good to eat . Olives Munger Bros, Company. . THE PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY: For Trunk, Suit Case or Bag. The best and the cheapest 433 W. Wash. Phone Red 394. Old Trunks taken in exchange. Bp 'OF LOCAL INTEREST NEW NOTARY. Tan I C. Thome of Jerome has been apwinted a no tary puhlic by the governor. ON MINING BUSINESS. W. R Twitchell expects to leave this morn ing for Detroit on mining business. A FINE BOY. .Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Wagner, who reside on rural route No. 1, are rejoicing in the arrival at their home yesterday of a fine 10-pound son. v SURVEY APPROVED. Survey No. 2540. Sho Me lodo mining claim, sit uated in the Globe mining district, Gila county, has been approved by the surveyor-general. This claim is' owned by S. H. Van Slyck. COOLED OFF. Dr. A. J. Chandler of Mesa Oily was here yesterday en route home from a short visit at Iron Springs. W. S. Goldsworthy. who i spent Sunday in Prescott, also re turned yesterday morning. W. F. R. SCHINDLER ILL. The many friends of W. K. R. Schindler, and particularly members of the G A. U., of which he is adjutant gen eral, will regret to hear that he Is seriously ill at the hmie of his daugh ter. Mrs. Eugene Brady O'Neill. A VISITING ARTIST. Tom F. Hogue. cartoonist for the 'Evening News. Cedar Rapids, la., is in the city. Mr. Hogue who has been with the Kvening News for the last three years is enjoying a month's vacation. Most of the time will be spent with a broth er at Prescott. SAVED BY A SCRATCH. The Re publican in yesterday's issue half com mitted itself to a rain last evening and the rain came in a half hearted way, just enough to redeem the prom ise. It didn't "do any hurt and there wasn't enough to do much good. TO SPEND THE SUMMER. Mrs. A. Tt. Williams and her son Bill Bai ley Williams, alias Coffee Al the Sec ond, left last night via the southern route for Toronto, Canada., where she expects to spend the summer visiting with the relatives of Mr. Williams. GLENDALE BARLEY. Sam S. Stout, former sheriff of this county, reports that he raised 26 sacks of bar ley of 113 pounds each, or 28S0 pounds, to the acre on his farm near Glen dale, described as section 3, township 2 north, range 2 east. He says other people can fool with cantaloupes if they want to. but barley Is good enough for him. The barley was sold at $1.25 per hundred. THE TRIAL OF THE DOG CAT CHER. Francisco Billa was in Jus tice Kyle's court yesterday, charged with an assault upon Gonzales the as sistant dog catcher yesterday morning while the latter was in the discharge of his duty as "he seen it." It was said that Gonzales was intruding "on private property in search of a dog, but at any rate, Billa rapped him over the head with the barrel of a revolver. CHANCE FOR A TEACHER. Miss Grace George has resigned her po sition as teacher of the Soottsdale school. Miss George successfully taught the school for three years and was reelected to teach the tjourlh year but she writes that her services are so much needed at home that she has decided to resign. Miss George is a teacher of exceptional merit, and the Scottsilale school is sorry to loose her services. The board has no one under consideration as no applications came in this year at all. THEY LIKE MEXICO John Os born has received a letter from his sister, Mrs. J. B. Creamer, from Ira-. pitato. Mexico. Mrs. Creamer says that both she and her husband are well and prosperous, Mr. Creamer be ing employed in the mills there. The climate i.s delightful and the midnight hours are always suggestive of blank ets, while the days are not unpleas ant. F. P. Fowler and others of the recent excursionists to Mexico saw Mr. and Mrs. Creamer and had a sh'irt visit with them, but when they got home they had forgotten how- to sp II f'e name of the town the Creamers live in. LOPEZ-SILVA. A real society function occurred In the office of Justice C. W. Johnstone, last even ing about 8 o'clock when with fitting solemnity he pronounced the words that united in marriage Alfredo 1a pez and Miss Nicolasa Silva, both. young :ople well known in the lo cal Mexican coloney. The bride was' attired in a white crepe de chine costume with waist goregously trim med in lace and tvore a long veil that was supported in part by a leautifully dressed maid of honor. There was also a wealth of orange blossoms in her attire. The young people have many friends who wish them happiness. o 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 Vol I deliver it. We expect subscribers to, get" their paper every day in the year, and unless they advise ua' of poor service we cannot properly serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. If You Want to Buy or Sell a Second Hand Typewriter See Us McNEILCO. 126-128 W. Washington St. ' The PEOPLE with tho GOODS opposite Court House No human hand touches 19 PM! WHEAT FLAKE CELERY from its first process of manu facture until it is served for the j table. It is composed of Wheat, Celery and Salt. Not a trace of : any other substance. Its daily j use has a tonic and laxative ef- j feet. n PARTLY BETRAYED HIS TRUST. James Bidwell is charged with em bezzling a -horse, saddle and bridle. On Saturday George Duvall, the man who was lately shot by Charles Dixon sent Bidwell with two horses to be taken to pasture near Peoria. Duvall happened to be out in that direction on Sunday and could find only one of the horses. On his return to town his brother saw Bidwell and asked him about it. He said that he had left both of the horses there, but he was assured that they were not there and that Duvall believed he had held out a horse on him. He added that the saddle and bridle belonged to another man. Bidwell Wien said that he would bring that part of the equipment back. He did not do so, and a complaint was made against him of getting with the horse saddle and bridle. Specialties in Ladies' Low Shoes and Oxfords We have certainly the finest dis play of oxforda and low cut shoes for women, it has ever been our privilege to offer our trade. We have recently added 20 NEW 6TYLE8 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. 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. II. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. REPORTED SUICIDE. The widow of Celcstino Ceschetti died at her homo on South Fifth avenue about 4.30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The In cident was not reported to the sheriffs office or policco station and The Re publican office did (Tot learn of it un til late last evening whenthe story' of the death was accompanied by a re port that it was a case of suicide. It seems, however, that the coroner was not cajlled and the report may be without foundation. According to the story tho woman had been under treatment for an affection of the eyes and It is said by some of her friends that she took poison, it being Intimat ed that she had swallowed something intended for the local treatment of the eye. Phe was a Mexican woman and Hans Herllck Is the legal guardian of her children, whose father was ' em ployed by him for many years. ENJOYING HIMSELF. A. Keen, who is serving in the capacity of su perintendent of the capitol grounds during the visit of George It SInith to the old homeland in "Herri Eng land," has received a letter from Mr. Smith. He writes that both he and Mrs. Smith are having a fine time, but there is so much to do and so much to see that they haven't had time to rest any and are thinking about coming back for that purpose. Mr. Smith just previous to his writ ing had been spending some time very pleasantly and very profitably in at tending the Fan-Anglican church con ference, being a delegate to that body. It was his intention to visit the rela tives of Mr. Keen in Staffordshire, the two chancing to be countrymen, though not acquainted until they met here. Mr. Keen comes from the im mediate locality where Bass' ale is manufactured, known and sold the world around. In fact, he has had some experience as a gardener on the P.ass estates, which are large and magnificent, the two Bass brothers preferring to spend their money in large grounds and buildings and giv ing employment to many people rather than hoarding it and paying the gov ernment an income tax. And it jolly well suits the people of Staffordshire. THAT PURE The ELVEY HlilETT Service OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE WE HAVE A Ctmr.ClK 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. 8PUR3 AND BIT8. 40 West Washington St Telephone Red 131. RATTLER WRAPPED IN SILENT MEDIATION Galpin's Snake Responds to Caresses ' Of California Joe, But Still Eschews j Food. - ,. i Several days tigo The Republican had a story alKit an abstemious rat- j tlesnake that had neither eaten nor ' drunk for over a year. The fact was i not guess work for it had been kepi I in a box for a year by a man named Byers, who forgot to feci it and finally discovered the box in the barn one day and brought it to the store of A. V. Galpin in this city. The snake has' proved quite an at traction at the store' and manV have called to see it. Yesterday a young man called at the store with a nice little spring chicken in his hand. He said he had heard about that snake and felt sorry for it. He thought it was a crime that the few rattlesnakes 'ft should have to starve to death in this land of peace and prosperity. H donated the chicken to his snakeship and placed the bird in the same show case, expecting to see a mad onslaught and the saUating of a vigorous and well groomed appetite. But the rattler is evidently a then sophist and an adept at that. He has conquered such carnal passions asap-' petite, lie has forgotten how to eat1 and is too old now to try and learn over again, giving himself over entirely to higher thought. The snake has been tempted with tds. frogs and chicken and Mr. 'Calptn Is trying to trap some mice for him In the hope that he can eventually find his weak spot, but so far'the miiv seem to have a hunch and refuse to take the bait. The diffidence of the snake yester- dav finally aroused a feeling of com passion for the chicken, in the heart o'f Mr. Galpin. who would fain have he tcased the bird from its hot and dis agreeable quarters, but could not do so without exercising a confidence in: the good behavior of the snake that; lie was not yet convinced would not be betrayed, notwithstanding the rep-; tile's seeming inoffenslveness and its religions disposition. About that time Joe Brunner, better known as Calif- orna Joe, tho champion wing rifle shot of the world and professional snake charmer, chanced to come along. He had a suit case full of choice snakes he had picked up here and there as he took a fancy to them. Mr. 'Galpin formally introduced Joe' to iis snake and the exchange of greetings was cordial. Joe took the chicken out of the case first and then pulled oftt the rattler and caressed him fondly before an admiring crowd. Joe says it is one of the most polite and best behaved snakes he has ever, met, which speaks weil for the society ; found on the Arizona desert. H-frl"l"l"H- l--l"I' 1 H 1 1 1 1 W Everything: in -CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, UN f' PERWEAR, SHIRTS, COLLARS, SUSPENDERS, NECKWEAR, GAR '' TERS, BELTS, GLOVES, SLEEPING ' GARMENTS, HOSIERY, ETC, ETC. McDougall & Cassou Co. ... - 30 and 32 West Washington Street Till H 'H-M "M"M "1"H 1 Ml 1 HH.14'H"I"I"IM It H H-t A HI 1 M SODA WATER TOOTH BRUSHES Now we want to tell you that we are selling the best Brush made in the world. Each one guaranteed to be perfect. They don't shed their bristles. 35 and 50 cents each. - - Something New For Sale Arizona Ostrich Feather Dusters, Nothing ever made that can equal them; ' soft a down; just the best thing for cleaning off the dust. They sell from $1.50 to J3.00 worth $5,00. Come In and see them. ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists A mail order II you 'can't come. PHONE MAIN I kMminiuiuunumiimurmiuunniuiar ITrayelersi 5 going on vacations should call g a g 5 and see our big line of e 5 TRAVELING CASES, i BILL BOOKS, E PURSES, ETC. g Our prices are reasonable. j I CRAIN'S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. 5 11-13 N. Center St. Smnninuiimffliuiiiiuiimnnimiiuiii Boys It's Top Hot For Your Girl to Enter tain You Indoors Buy Hera Hammock at I Berrytiill's Big Book Store THE THIRSTY MAN'S RETREAT NEW CLASS OF BUYERS ENTERING THE MARKtT This Accession Has Added Strength of the Tone. to the New York, July 13. The stock mar ket g ive evidence of ' the relief af forded by sales to take profits the latter part of last week, the process apparently having been completed. While the market was narrow, there was a perceptible growth in the de mand for -stocks from new sources, the effect keeping the tone, firm to strong. Much atatention was given th- published exchanges between Vice President Brown of the ' New York 'entral and Secretary Hoile of the Manufacturers' Association of Now York on the subject of th ef fort to make a general advance of 10 per cent in freight charges by the rail roads. Bonds were steady. STOCKS. Amalgamated Copper, 69; Ameri can Smelting. 82Ms: Atchison, '83H; Chicago, A'lilwaukee and St. Paul, 137V: New York Central, 104; Penn-t sylvania;1!24:' Renins 116; South-i ern Paeific, 8SH; Vnion Pacific, 148VJ; United States Steel, 40-V. United Steel preferred, lOTl. ; METALS. New York, July it Tin was weak er !n the I'jitrrisn tnarKet toaay, ae dining l"s 6d on spot , to .cm 2s ed, the same amount on futures 131 weak ?d d. and The lower. toea! market . was closing $28.2 28.75. Copper in London was firm and up s 6d to 57. 15s on. spot and- 58 7s (5d nn futures. No changes occurred locally, dull. 'Lake, S17.7512.87H; electrolytic. J12.5012.75; casting, 1 12.37 & 1012.50." Spelter was quiet and unchanged locally,. $4.45(?i 4.50. "but advanced. 5s to 18 10a in London. -; Iron was quiet and "unhanged in all markets. , CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago, July 11. Cattle receipts S 1 i l liiil 1 t' l 1-t i S M N H I r4 Men's Wear j Have 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-Sterling Company Successors to Ice Cream Freezers Hit 1 1' I M"M"l"l"M.l.l..l t M M "H Have You Used Crystal Vel- j vet or For a pleasant the water and a can at I THE ADAMS 1 I 1 11 H I H 'I1 1MI n....i.H..l..l..li..i.M'.H-.l.;H"I"!"' FT"M 1 V 1 1 1 S 1 l-l-m-t 12.000. 1015c lower. Beeves, $4.50f 8 15; Texans, $4fi6; Westerns, J4.5nrb fi.50; stockers and feeders. J4.50TI 4.R5; cows and heifers, J2.40!Q6.20; salves, J4.50S6 25. Sheep receipts, 1S.O00. Steady. Na tives. $2.75'?i4.60; Wtcstcrn sheep. $2.75 ?4.50; yearlings. t4.4i 5.3"; lambs, J4 7; Western lambs, $4 "i 7. GRAIN.' Chicago, July IS. Wheat closed Stmng. September opened -c to c higher at 903sc to SOc. advanced to 92tie and closed 91cft 91c. September corn opened '.c to c higher at 747fcc to 754c, sold off to 74 c and closed at 74c. September oats opened c to "Jc higher at 42Uc to 42v, advanced to 44c and closed at 431sC o HUNDREDS SAW THEM DROWN Van Couver, July 13. In tne pres ence of hundreds of bathers at Eng- jjlish bay beach this morning, two young women were drowned. The victims are Mrs. A. S. Shepperd, aged 20, wife of a young real estate agent at Calgary, was with her husband in this city on their honey-moon. Her companion was Miss Florine Anderson aged id, of Vancouver. A There are certain mineral medicines which will remove the external srtnrjtoms of Contagious Blood Poison, and shut the disease up in the "system for awhile, but when the treatment is left off" the disease" Will surely ; Xrlurn. Lien LUC luaiusumc &yuipi.uiii ui uiwciakcu uivubu ui uwwvt copper-colored spots, falling hair, sores and ulcers, etc., are usually worse because the disease has made rapid progress on the internal members, and weakened the constitution and general health of the sufferer. S. S. S. is the only remedy that can he used with perfect safety in the treatment of Contagious Blood Poison, and with the.assutqflce that a lasting cure will result. This medicine, made entirely of roots and herbs of recognized curative and tonic value, antidotes and destroys the powerful virus of the disease, and by purifying the blood of every partiele of the poison and enriching and strengthening the circulation, removes every sypmptom of the trouble. S. S. S. does not hide or covet up the disease in any way, but drives it entirely out from the blood, leaving not the slightest trace for future tratbreaks. Home treatment book with valuable information and any medical advice desired sent free to all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AiXAHTA, GA. YOUR VACATION PLEASURES Will be incomplete, without the daily Republican's visit Do ribt miss a single issue. Phone Main 47, and give the address, or addresses, where you want The Republican Bent; same price by mail, 7( cents per month. 1 M ,, tHM"l 1 1 1 1M1"I"1"I"1 1 1 Mid-Summer Giving Do you ever give anybody anything in mid-summer? Most of us ceem to think that Christmas and birthday occa sions are. the only giving times. Everynot'y expects gifts on these occasions. At this seasai gifts are not generally expected, but since they come as surprises and not as a matter of form they ars appreciated much more. Catch thi idea? V.'e have Jewelry that makes nice gifts. F. A. Hilderbran & Co'. Phone Red 1284. 10-12 W. Washington St ft-ii ....' m t-t i m t' t m lb -- E. L. Andrews & Son. Refrigerators and Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store M I'M II 1 1 II i'.HfrM"M"H"-M"M.A Borax? and delightful bath try either of these. They soften are guaranteed to have a soothing effect. 50 cents J 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 upvm; a moderation in price that makes giving easy. 6 & 8 E. Washington St. XT Our Phone Number i is Now RED 3391 1 DOZEN FINE FRESH CAN TALOUPES DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY FOR 10c Wefzler's Gash Grocery f Phone Black 9S1. 35 W. Wash. St. H H ,i,,iH"H' H I I 1 1 1 H 1 1 I 1 1' FISHERMAN DROWNED. Santander, Spain, July 13. Heavy gales have caused havoc among the fishing fleet along the coast. Three fishing vessels are reported wrecked and more than 30 men drowned. MAKES LASTfflG'CURE If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy tho 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 wo cannot properly serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. l i l t t i ! H M l I I t 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 t 1 1 1 U HHM4HH4 1 1 : t m ;m t ti t i - V