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Take A Look at our Stock and you will find that we have the 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, Stoel 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! Eur Phones for people hard of hear ing. A postal will bring particulars. Call and let us demonstrate It. E. MUNSON, Arizona's Leading Optician. You Don't Have to Guess ITS EASY, REALLY. When we put up directions on prescriptions we write good and plain so you will have no you will have no trouble in reading them, obviating possi bility of your making mistakes. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Canter & Wash. Sts. I I THE BAKE SHOP I 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 Munger Bros. Company. r r OF LOCAL INTEREST J TO THE COAST. Hon. .Isaac T. Steddard left last night-for a business trip to the coast. TO CORONADO. Miss Haymc and Minnie Mcintosh and Mrs. A. J. Ware left this morning for a few weeks at Coronado. TO COOLER CLIMES. W. K. Bone left this morning for Colorado points and afterwards wll take a trip through Utah and Idaho. TO JOIN HIS WIFE Chaplain Scott will leave Wednesday for La Jolla, Calif., where Mrs. Scott Is now spending the summer. x RETURNED FROM SEATTLE. Win Wylie returned to I'hoenix yes terday after a visit with his daughter Mrs. It. W. Jaines in Seattle. LEFT FOR HOME. J. M. Wheeler representing the l'auly Jail Kuliding company of St. Louis, loft last night J for his headquarters at Oklahoma City. LEFT FOR CUASI. Miss Maine Fredrick has gone to the coast to scnd the remainder of the summer with her uncle, V. Id Fredrick of Los Angeles. LOCATED IN PHOENIX. T. Sand ers, who was formerly located at Tuc son with the Morris Tacking company, has located his headquarters In l'liov nix for the same concern. VISITING IN PHOENIX. Miss Myrtle Brunei" of Buckeye has been spending the week as a guest of Miss Mallie Fredrick and Mrs. Arch Fitz hugh. ' IN THE CONTEST. Del Morroll of the Piuney store will leave tonight for California for a vacation and while there will take part In a rifle shooting contest at Ocean Park. BACK TO IOWA. II. Hornbaker, chief clerk to the master mechanic of the M. & P. and P. & K.. left last night for Eldon, Iowa, for a month's vacation. BY THE SEA BREEEZES. Oeorge Christ, chief clerk in the office of the surveyor general, left yesterday for Southern California, where he will re main for a few weeks. ON VACATION. General Agents Landis of the Southern Pacific left yesterday on his summer vacation in tending to spend a few days at each of the seaports on the Agua Fria, taking in Buckeye and Arlington during his sojourn. ALLEGED FEATHER THIEVES. Blovins and Rinehart. Wrested for rob bing ostriches of the Pan-American were before Justice Johnston yester day and pleaded not guilty. Their trial was set for this morning at 9 o'clock. A FALLING OFF. George. Lut gerding, cashier of the Union Bank and Trust company, left this morning for Denver for a well-earned vacation. It is not known just exactly what the results of his sojourn may be, but some entertain suspicions. HE SERVED HIS TIME. Frank Xunei was released from the county jail yesterday after a term of six months and thirty daws. He had been sentenced by the district court to six months for selling liquor to Indians and to pay a fine of $100. On the completion of the six months and thir ty days additional he took the poor convict's oath and was disc h irged ON THE OLD STAMPING GROUND. After an absence of sev eral months. X. C. Webster, a former resident of the city, came bad yester day w ith 2i9 head of horses belonging to Grant Bros. They had been em ployed on railroad work near Culiacan, Mexico, but the rain and hot season having set in there it became neces sary to suspend operations. The horses have been put on pasture here. Another lot of 300 was taken through to Los Angeles. Mr. Webster will spend a few days In refigious com munion with his old time friends and then rejoin his familv. AN ARMOUR MAN. W. R. Archer of Tucson, general manager of Ar mour interests, was in the city yester day looking over the local offices in charge of Garry Gareshe. He had just returned from Cananea. where he found business lively. Half of the furnaces In the big smelter are now going and about 2.500 men are being employed. He, however, finds Phoenix the best city of them all In the south west and showing abundant signs of prosperity. THEY PLAYED BALL. Rain in terfircd with the game between Flag staff and Prescott Saturday, but on Sunday they went at it for a morning and an afternoon game. As doped out the Grays had their hands full with the boys from the Skylight city. Clark protegees took the morning encounter by a score of 7 -to 5. In he -afternoon the Grays won by the same ratio, but it took them eleven innings to turn the trick. Prescottites in I'hoenix yes terday say both exhibitions were hum mers. The amateur teams in Arizona this season are getting into the game in fine style, many of the contests having Been equal to league affairs. A WELL KNOWN ARCHITECT. The following dispatch from Roslyn, !. I.. Jnly 18. mentions the death of Luther Birdsall here on July 1: Friends here of Luther Birdsall, until two years ago a resident of this town, have just received word of his death FOR SALE New Refnington No. 7, $75.00 Regular $J05 McNEILCO. 126-128 W. Washington St. The PEOPLE with tho GOODS opposite Court Houno on July 1 In Phoenix. ArizY where he went for his health when threatened with nervous prostration. He was one of the best-known men In Nassau county. An architect with offices in Fifth avenue, Manhattan, he built many of the public buildings and pri vate residences in the towns of this county, among them being many school buildings, the Denton building in Mineola, the Long Island railroad station in Huntington, the town hull in Manhasset, the Roslyn bank, and the residence of United States District ii. 1I'1UI... T V.... at r?.i r.lnn City. Mr. Birdsall's widow was Miss j Grace Hanford of Ohio, and she ac companied him to Arizona two years ago, and was with him at his death. Funeral services will be held in Or ange. N. J., on next Thursday, under the auspices of Morton Lodge, No. C3, F. and A. M., of which Mr. Birdsall was a member. AN UNFAITHFUL OFFICER. Marcial Garcia (it has beerf discovered at last that that is the baptismal name and patronymic of William Jennings Bryan, the lately deposed I'hoenix dog catcher) was before Justice Johnston yesterday on the charge of stealing tags from dogs and selling them in unlawful competition with the city of I'hoenix, which Is having a hard enough time to get along. Garcia was found guilty and sentenced to forty days in the county jail. In Imposing sentence the court said that it was made onerous , not on account of the amount realized by the thfft. but be cause of unfaithfulness in office and because of the violation of the oulh taken by the dog catcher on his in duction into office when he swore to uphold the constitution of the United States and protect It against all its enemies whatsoever. There has al ways bepn some doubt aboat the re sponsibility for the name of Bryan, which has been bestowed uion Garcia. It has been urged that he was never called that except by republicans. Vet all of the Mexican witnesses called in the case yesterday-referred to him as "Bryan." Not one of them called him by his pwn name. 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. Wo have recently added 20 NEW 8TYLES comprising the NEW 8MART and COR RECT STYLES from the beat 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 ons fifty to six dollars, each the best of its kind. H. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. WANT DAY OF REST Regarding Sunday performances, Mr. Whltaker when interviewed yesterday ex pressed himself as follows: "I have no desire to partake or cause to produce Sunday night plays at the park. I believe it is against, not only the law of nature, for man must have one day of rest; but a day has aho been set aside in which to do homage to a higher power, then why should the actor be asked to continue his hard labors on the .Sahlath? In giving a performance last night at Kastlake park I hutl but one idea in mind and that wss to satisfy numerous requests from parties unable to attend on week nights, although considering the bad weather and very little advertising I played to a splendid audience, but that Is not the Question. Th ovim money received at the park on Sun day nigm i will willingly devote to cnarny. that is if the nnmi,, our city insist on a continuance of Sun oay pertormances. But otherwise I shall play no more Sunday perform ances. My comoanv as well ns my self desire a day of and from now on unless 1 can benefit somn rnui charitable organization there will be no more Sunday oerformji nr ut the park. Mr. Mitchell, being away on his vacation, left me enlirolv in charge and then the requests for Sunday performances started to roll in. me entire responsibility rested on my shoulders. I h.-irliv knA... what to do. as it is mv ono ,1 i,- to please,' and I have made mv speeches so strong In regards to do ing what the Dublin desired ihot i had to. give In and keep my word But please let us have our Sundays." W. II. Reeder has taken control of the- refreshment donnrtment , f Fountain's Pavilion and will favor nil outstanding accounts against same. Dull Days Made Extremely Lively BARGAINS SUCH AS THESE DO IT: Your free and unrestricted choice of any $5 and $G "Florsheim" Shoes and Oxfords at....$2.50 Jail? 'A Price Off for entire line of on complete stock of c, H , TRUNKS AND. Straw flats suit cases w Si v 25 DISCOUNT on your unlimited pick of any "Hart, Schaffner & Marx" or "Alfred Benjamin" Suit in the House. THAT PURE Mosquito Knocker Well, I guess yes. We are selling lots of It. A quiet night's rest ami pleasant dreams to all who use it. only -5c and uOc per bottle. USE EDGEWOODY VIOLET TOILET WATER. 50 Cents So Refreshing. Quality Druggists. The ELVEY HULETT Service ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists A mail order if you can't come to our Cool Store. OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE TO LA JOLLA. II. L. Oeorge leaves this evening for a vacation in La Jolla, California. TO SPOKANE. J. C. Maloney left liust night for an extended visit to his old home in Spokane, Washing ton. He will return to I'hoenix in the fall and organize an athletic class in which line he has had sev eral years' experience. AUGUST EARTH. The. August Karth will conta twenty-four in stead of sixteen pages, and will be devoted to the Salt river valley. It will be a splendid advertising issue and is expected in Phoenix in a few days. PLANS FELL THROUGH. A tel egram was received yesterday by tho Orange Growers Association that AV. II. Campbell of Riverside who was to have built the association a pack ing house had withdrawn from the ileal and that the negotiations were at an end for the present. Follow ing Mr. Campbell's decision the as sociation may take the matter up with other parties, or proceed to rent quarters the same as last season. Reports concerning the crop are to the effect that it will approximate that of last year, or may be even better. LOCATION OF WAREHOUSE. The agreements were placed on re cord in the country recorder's office of parties to sell lots to the govern ment which will lie used for a lo cation for a warehouse for the re clamation service. Nellie Shott up on tile payment of $2000 will trans fer lots 8 and 10 of block 53 and G. H. Luhrs'on lhe payment of $!, 300 three lots, 2,4 and 6 north S6.46 feet In block 52 of Phoenix. These lots are a group near the railroad on South Second avenue. The agree ments to sell arc preliminary to the taking over of the property by the government for the reclamation department. Mid Summer Sale of HIGH GRADE CLOTHING 25 per cent The McDougall & Cassou Company 30-32 West Washington St. l3 't "' ii.,: SODA WATER PHONE MAIN I WE HAVE A COWMteTE UHB 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. If you want everyone to greet yetf With a smile upon hia face. Carry Crystallized Cactua CWy, From Dann'rio'l place. Discount 1 ' $ m mm Bright ana snappy The new Records' K. August VICTOR and EDISON. "The A. B. CVs of the U. S. A." is a breezy little song 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 41 umiUlllllllHIIIIIIllHIM l-H--H-M'-H"l M III' I I If Have You Used Crystal Vel- vet or Borax? For pleasant and delightful bath try either of these. They soften te water and are guaranteed to have a soothing effect. 60 cents ! a can at !! THE ADAMS Xl I I I I I I I I I l'I'H"H 111 1 V k.'UUUUHUiiHHimuiiiiiirniiniiuiuiniiT, a e STATIONERY We have the best brands ob- .5 S tainable of Box Papers, Tablets, E 3 c PniralnnAa At mi S Envelopes, etc, 3 Also, the Waterman's Ideal E Fountain Pen. Best in the K 3 market. Give us a call at 1 GRAIN'S ft i a i lurxcnr Amu nevvo i,u. ZZ 3 11-13 N. Center St. mm " nam ana rasas i ( k m 5inmiimiiiHniiniuiiiHimiiinimiiiiit 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 j want The Republican sent;, same price by mail, 76 cents per month. ,;;, M 1 1 M, H Mill m..m..MmM..,, The f White House Is Vselling goods at HALF T PRICE to make room for fall X goods arriving daily. I The White House ! CLOTHING CO. X 214-216 E. Washington SL ' ,H,,l ,.,i.,. 1 1 1 6 H I H I I H I 1 HEATING PLANTS D. H. PLUMBING and TINNING 15 East Washington Street. M"M"M"i"H"t"H ij What About That Watch of Yours When you have us repair your watch you can rest assured that it Is right and is going to give you satisfaction. Our guarantee bc- T hind everything we do. We also F. A. Hilderbran & Co., Phone red 2511. m' m. & 61 SON, 9-11 E. Washington St. X. Refrigerators ' and Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store PHARMACY i I ! -H-H-H-M1 ! I' I I 1 ?' M'i I I 1"! H-t-fr 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. Watchr., ferns and ornaments of all kinds for men and women, misses snd wee tots. Will you look them over? 6 & S E. Washington St. j ! I I I 1 I H 1 I t I H ! H"M' M I 1 I Bishop's Crackers! c f 60c per box . J ALWAYS FRESH t - Crackers 1 Crackers Crackers I II? Welzler's Cash Grocery f Phone Black 961. 35 W. Wash. EL I 1 I I I I I I'l t I II I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 When is a vacation not a vaca tion? When you find yourself without a kodak. Any one can kodak and everyone should. Have 'cm from $1.00 to $33.00. Berryiiill's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat" i! PUMPING OUTFITS BURTIS Phoenix, Arizona, make and repair Jewelry- Or 10 and 12 Washington Street. PHOENIX, ARIZ. X I A.