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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUXDAltOKXiXG, AUfi.2, 190S.
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Take ALook
at our Stock and youwill find that
wo have tho variety and the kinds
of goods at the kind of prices that
suit the most fastidious taste and
lightest purse string.
HARDWARE When you want a
good Tool we sell the best that mon
ey can buy. .When you want to
build a house we keep the Hardware,
Paints, and Oils.
, When you want to furnish a house,
we keep the Furniture, Beds, Rugs,
Steel Ranges, Dishes, Cooking Uten
sils, etc
If you would save money on good
goods, go to
Davidson's Cash Store
22 to 24 West Wash. Phoenix
Phone Main 248.
WE HAVE THEM!
Ear Phones for jwople hard of hear
ing. A postal will bring particulars.
Call and let us demonstrate it.
E. MUNSON,
Arizona's Leading Optician.
Swell Doings
What is a bath room without
a good Sponge? There's noth
ing to it to enjoy a bath these
days. Tou Just have a good
sponge, and there are no two
ways about it, we are prepar
ed to give just the kind you
want, as we are showing a line
of sponges that will swell; no
swell prices.
You can buy a dandy for
25 cents.
LARSON DRUG CO.
N.W. Cor. Csnter A Wash. Bts.
THE BAKE SHOP
The housewife says "Home
Baking Co's bread" when or
dering from the grocer. She
knows that our guarantee of
absolute purity and cleanliness
is no bluff.
HOME BAKING CO.
M J. PETTI D, Manager.
Olivette Brand
the best
Olive Oil '
good to eat
Olives
Hunger Bros,
Company.
r
OF LOCAL INTEREST
LEAVING FOR COAST Among
those leaving for the coast last even
ing were S. B. Taggart, James S.
Sprague, Sam Morris and A. W. Kem
nitz. VISITING OFFICIALS General
Manager V. A. Drake and F. P. Cruiee
assistant to the president of the 8. F.
P & P. were in the city yesterday on
business.
TO THE SPRINGS Among those
leaving yesterday afternoon for Iron
Spring9 were Miss Alma Osborn, Sims
Ely. Dr. Foss, Lloyd B. Christy and E.
T. Collings.
ON MINING BUSINESS W. B
Twitchell and W. T. Smith left last
night for Chicago. Philadelphia and
Baltimore on mining business, in con-
l nection with the Kelvin Calumet, and
the Mammoth property.
DEPARTURES Among the depar
tures on the Southern Pacific last
evening were T. J. Marks and family,
Raymond DeMund and family, H. E.
Fletcher, Mrs. J. Johnson, Miss Vera
Lamson, Miss Marie Clausen, Huston
Duncan.
AN EXTENDED EASTERN TRIP.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Oberfelder left last
night for a tour of the east to occupy
about two months. They will visit
Baltimore and Atlantic City and other
points of interest in that part of the
countrv!
A COAST VACATION. C. W. John
stone jr., left last night for the coast
to be gone about a month. His first
stopping point will be San Francisco.
He will afterward visit the beaches in
the southern part of the state.
THE OLYMPIC TONIGHT To
night a novel production is promised
at the Olympic in "For His Sister's
Honor," a dramatization of that popu
lar novel by Captain-Charles King, at
Fort Reno. It is said to be as dainty
and charming a military play as has
ever been shown an American audi
ence. Monday night will mark the
performance of "How Heart's Are
Broken." a story of the New England
coast by Langdon McCormick.
"ARIZONA" Arizona has without
doubt been one of the best plays yet
witnessed at the park , by "The Ray
mond company," it is filled with vim.
dash, jitmosphere and the coloring of
the golden west It Is ft play that no
true Arizonian can afofrd to miss, cer
tainly Arizonians are a great people if
what we have witnessed in "Arizona"
at the park is true, big' hearted, whole
souled, true, honest. Well! Just the
real people, that's all. Never in the
history of this city has been witnessed
a better or more clean cut perform
ance, the actors are actors.
NEW TERRITORIAL OFFICIALS
As announced by the Republican sev
eral days ago Dr. J. A. Ketcheside of
Yuma yesterday became superintend
ent of the insane asylum to succeed
Dr. Ferguson resigned and Dr. Clymer
of Tuma succeeded Dr. Ketcheside as
rhysician for the territorial prison.
The oath of office was administered to
the new superintendent at the capltol
building yesterday morning. Dr. Fer
guson left last night for the south. He
will first attend to some business at
Xogales and will then go east to take
a post graduate course before resum
ing the practice of his profession.
THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES
The democratic primaries In Phoenix
yesterday amounted to nothing more
than a ratification of the action of the
caucuses the night before and resulted
in the election of the O'Neill candi
dates in all of the wards. There was
nowhere a sign of a contest, though it
jvas thought that one might be insti
tuted in the third ward. The vote was
a very light one,' perhaps not more
than 150 in the whole city being cast.
Reports from Mesa and Alma state
that they have gone for O'Neill. So
has Osborn as well as most of the pre
cincts in the west that have been
heard from. It was stated that there
would be no opposition to him in the
county convention. It Is also believed
that he will secure Yuma, county but
that is as "much as the Smith followers
will concede.
ROBBERS OF OSTRICHES J. H.
Blevin and J: H. Rinehart were arrest
ed yesterday charged with the theft
of feathers from the Pan-American
Ostrich company. That is, Blevin is
charged with the theft and Rinehart
for assisting in the sale of the feath
ers. The day before a package of
feathers was found behind a pile of
beer kegs outside the O. K. saloon and
were taken into Justice Johnstone's
office. It was believed, then that they
had been stolen. Yesterday Mr. Mc
Clung of the company received a mes
sage from Secretary Cowgill of the
board of trade saying that a man was
there trying to sell feather He im
mediately caused the arrest of the
man who was Rinehart. Blevin was
then taken Into custody. It was learn
ed that they had tried also to sell at
Balke's curio store. Blevin had been
employed by the company, though not
lately. The feathers show that they
have been pulled out of the ostriches
and. not plucked In the regular way.
This is always a damaging proceeding
and sometimes a dangerous one result
ing In the death of the bird. At any
FOR SALE
New Remington
No. 7
$75.00
Regular $ J 05
MgNEILCO.
126-128 w. Washington St.
Thu PEOPLE with th GOODS
oppoefe Court Heutm
rate a feather will never grow in the
socket from which a feather has been
pulled. Blevin and Rinehart were sent
to the county jail. They will have a
hearing tomorrow.
WILL RETURN HOME- Mrs. Geo.
W. Cowgill will return home from a
sojourn at Prescott on Monday.
MOVED BUSINESS. The S. S.,
Srull fruit commission firm has moved
from its location on North . Second
avenue to a room in 'the commercial
hotel building.
LEAVE FOR SALEM. Mrs. E. D.
Fulton and children will leave Monday
for their home in Salem, Ills., to spend
the remainder of the summer.
FINE FISHING. Communications
have been established with J. Miller
who is now camped on White river.
It is still raining there, but feed is
fine, and the trout tame as canaries.
He recently caught one 18 feet long
and weighing 3K0 pounds. The skin
will be tanned and set up as a tent
to keep out the rain.
Y. M. C. A. MEETING. The Y. M.
C. A.wiH hold the fourth of its In
dian school meetings tonight at 8 p. m.
The male quartet and Mrs. L. D. Dam
eron will sing. Dr. Francis A. Rede
will will speak on the Certaintiesof Re
ligion. GLOBE VISITORS. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Davies who have been visit
ing relatives for several weeks left
Thursday for their home In Globe.
Their daughter Mrs. J. W. Reed ac
companied them and will remain in
Globe till after the heated term is
passed.
SpeciaKies in
Ladies' Low
Shoes and
Oxfords
We have certainly the finest dis
play of oxfords and low cut
hoes for women, it hat aver
been our privilege to offer our
trade. We have recently added
20 NEW STYLES comprising
the NEW SMART and COR
RECT STYLES from tha best
manufacturers of women's fine
hoes known to tha trade; shoe
of unquestionable' REPUTA
TION for STYLE, FIT and
WEAR.
Carried in tha aires and width
to fit all feat. A range of price
from on fifty ta lix dollars,
each the beet of Ha kind.
H. A. DIEHL
Shoe Co.
DOWN FROM WICKENBURG. J.
C. Reed of Wickenburg was in the city
yesterday on business.
TO LONG BEACH. Mrs. L. D.
Rousseau and Mrs. H. A. Hughes left
last night for Long Beach.
LEFT FOR EA8T.-J. W. Reeves.
brother of the proprietor of the Air
Dome; left last night for a trip to the
east, visiting his old home in West
Virginia.
FOR A DAY'S COOLNESS Gover
nor Kibbey, Territorial Auditor Ely
and J. Sherburne Jenckes left yester
day afternoon for Iron Springs where
their families are staying for the sum
mer. They will return to the city on
Mondav morning.
A NEW PLUMBING FIRM J. S.
Stark who for some time has been
with the plumbing establishment of
George Hagerman, yesterday bought
a half interest in the plumbing busi
ness of Ij. W. Greer. The new firm
will be known by the name of The
Greer-Stark Plumbing company.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m.; communion
services at 10:30 a, m. During the
absence of the pastor the Endeavor
society will have charge of the morn
ing services. There will be no ev
ening services during the month of
August.
FAREWELL PARTY, A farewell
party was given Miss Mallie Frederick
at her home Thursday evening and
was an enjoyable affair. A 1 arge
number of her friends were present.
Ice cream was served on the lawn.
games and other pastimes were fea
tures of the evening. Miss Frederick '
will spend several weeks in California. 1
UNION SERVICES. Union services j
of the First Presbyteria,n and Baptist I
churches will be held at 11 a. m., in
the Baptist church. Preaching by the
pastor. Rev. Orvllle Coats. Union ser
vices of the Presbyterian, Baptist, First ,
Methodist, Central Methodist south,
and the Christian churches at 8 p. m.j
in the First Baptist .church. Sermon i
by Rev. Mr. Coats. Sunday schools
at the usual hour.
GOT THE RIGHT INDIAN Out of
most of the members of the lower
reservation which has been almost de
populated by Deputy Sheriff Adams In
an effort to get the Indian who robbed
a Chinese merchant of eight sacks of
wheat and sold thorn to the Valley
mills, the thief has been sifted at last.
He is Moucha. He was yesterday held
by Justice Johnstone to the grand
1
Doll Days Made Extremely Lively
BARGAINS SUCH US THESE DO IT:
Your free and unrestricted choice of any $ " and
$0 "Florsheim" Shoes and Oxfords at .. $2.50
VS.7-
' -v
Price y4 Off
for entire line of on complete stock of
C4e., H TRUNKS AND
Straw Hats suit cases
9.,. .,
25 DISCOUNT
on your unlimited pick
M & Marx" or "Alfred Benjamin" Suit in the House. 5?
THAT PURE
TRUSSES
Don't go without one if you are
ruptured; It's very dangerous any
time of the year, but more so dur
ing the hot months. We know just
how to fit them, and we carry all
sizes and kinds, so you can be given
satisfaction.
SUSPENSORY BANDAGES
We can supply your wants. We
have them selling from 35c up.
The
ELVEY
"HULETT
Service
ELVEY
Quality
A mall order
OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE
jury In the sum tf $300. As soon as
this action was taken Deputy Sheriff
Adams turned the rest of the reser
vation out of jail. All of the money
reeeived by Moucha for the wheat has
been recovered. The Indian had
thron part of it away but the officer
found it. So, there is nobody out bum
the county which will have the costs
to pay.
SUNDAY'S BASEBALL GAME.
Word from Tucson last night was to
the effect that between two and
three hundred people will leave that
city this morning at 8 o'clock on a
seclal train which will arrive in
Phoenix about 11:30 o'clock. This In
vading army - will come prepared to
root and make a big noise. With
this amount of spiritual supiort the
Tucson team will be greatly en
couraged on . its rooky path to vic
tory. Wyncoop will umpire the
game. Play will be called at 3
o'clock promptly. Williams will toss
the game for Phoenix with Morris
behind the bat. A monster outpour
ing of locnl fans together with the
TUcson visitors will make the at
tendance one of the largest of the
season.
SYMPATHETIC PROPOSAL
Toulon, Aug. 1. The labor federa
tion of Toulon passed a vote of sym
pathy with the men arrested at Paris
and agreed to go on a strike if neces
sary. If the carrier falls 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.
Mid Summer
Sale of
HIGH GRADE
CLOTHING
25 percent
The McDougaf &
Cassou Company
30-32 West
Washington St.
of any "Hart, Schaffner ifg
SODA WATER
PHONE
MAIN I
& HULETT
Druggists
If you can't come.
WE HAVE a cwrutrre LmB OF
DUSTERS, BUGGY CANOPIES AND
OTHER 8UMMER GOODS. LOOK
OVER OUR LINE OF SINGLE AND
DOUBLE DRIVING HARNESS BE
FORE BUYING.
N. PORTER
SADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
8PURS AND BITS."
40 West Washington St.
Telephone Red 131.
If you want everyone to greet you
With a smile upon hi face.
Carry Crystallized Cactua Cay,
Ppnm Dmwtfrio'a plaotk
Discount
HI II' I I H-H HII rM"M"r - M -
Bright and Snappy j
The new Records for August VICTOR and EDISON. J
"The A. B. C.'s of the U. S. A." is a breezy little sons by Miss
Jones and Mr. Murray, reproduced for both machines
THE STORE THAT CARRIES THE, STOCK. -
Miller-Sterling Co.
Successors to E. L. ANDREWS
Ice Cream
Freezers
Ml-l IIM M "I "! till III I' 1 1 I HI'
Have You Used Crystal Vel
vet or Borax?
For a pleasant and delightful bath try either of these. TTley soften
the water and are guaranteed to have a soothing effect. SO cents
a can at
THE ADAMS PHARMACY
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STATIONERY
S We have the best brands ob- S j
S talnable of P.ox Papers, Tablets, E !
S Envelopes, etc.
S Also, the Waterman's Ideal S I
fj Fountain Pen. Best in the S j
S market. Give us a call at
i II
1 CHAIN'S II
STATIONERY AND" NEWS CO. '
S 11-13 N. Center St. '
SunninmumunninmiHiiinmaininis
YOUR VACATION PLEASURES
Will be Incomplete, without the daily
Republican's visit. Do not miss a
single issue. Phone Main 47. and give
the address or addresses, where you
want The Republican sent; same price
by mall, 75 cents per month.
1 1 i HI Mil' 1 II II Ml HI I
ii The
f White House I
; Is selling goods at HALF
'. PRICE to make room for fall ' j
" ' goods arriving daily. J '
i i
:: The White House!:1
t CLOTHING CO. j
! ! 214-216 E. Washington St.
a a l
l I I H I t 1 1 1 I I r M I 1 II H I t' i I
HEATINQ PLANTS
D. H.
PLUMBING and
TINNING
15 East Washington Street.
ii What About That Watch ot Yours
When you have us repair your watch you can rest assured that It
I is right and is going to give you satisfaction. Our guarantee be
t hind everything we do. We also make and repair jewelry-
F. A. Hilderbran & Co.,
Phone red 2511.
4"H'H4 - - H
& SON, 9-11 E. Washington St.
Refrigerators
and
Talbot &
Hubbard's
Hardware Store
I II II II I 1 I I I I I II 1 I I I 'M-H-f-f-
WEDDING OR
BIRTHDAY GIFTS
are shown In such variety in this
store that not one buyer in a
thousand will fail to find what he
thinks the intended recipient will
be glad to receive. Watches,
terns and ornaments of all kinds
for men and women, misses end
wee tots. Will you look them
o ver ?
8 EL Washington St
11 1 u 1 1 1 1 ? : t m 1 m 1 1 1 1
a t
a. T
I Bishop's Crackers i
i!
60c per box
l ALWAYS FRESH
f Crackers
Crackers
Crackers
I Welzler's Cash Grocery i!
T Fhone Black 961.
35 W. Wash. St I
I" I I II t I II 1 III 1 M..M 1 1 I' hi
When Is a vacation nut a vaca
tion? When you find yourself
without a kodak. Any one can
kodak and everyone should. Have
'em from $1.00 to $33.00.
Berryiiiil's Big Book Store
."The Thirsty Man's Retreat."
PUMPING OUTFITS
BURTIS
Phoenix, Arizona.
HP
10 and 12 Washington Street.
PHOENIX, ARIZ.
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