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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SATURDAY MORXIXG, AUGUST 20; 190S.
Hammocks at prices that are almost lite 30 cts This Sale for Saturday and Monday only See our East Window 22-24 West Washinflton Street. Davidson's Cash Stor PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Dorris-Heyman Fur. Co. Old Stand. Perhaps To per cent of the popula tion are dependent upon their eyes for their earnings. Better give them the best care. You may even in crease your earning power with pro per glasses. DR.E.MUNSON Arizona's Leading Optician. Brushes for I the Hair We have many different styles of hair brushes, well made brushes with solid backs and heavy lined bristles clinch ed in. We carry such lines as Du pont, Lawrence & Loeness. Prices ranee from 50 cts up. We will take pleasure In showing you. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Canter aV Wash. 8ts. Made to eat, not to keep. PETTI D'S BREAD Is just plain good bread, than which there is nothing better. We use no secret ingredients to keep it fresh. HOME BALING CO. M J. PETTI D, Manager. Olivette Brand the best Olive Oil good to eat Olives Munger Bros, Company. When the evenings are coal And you boys begin to call Take her Donofrio's cactus candy And yeu'ro aura to be it all. OF LOCAL INTEREST ' J RAILROAD OFFICIAL. M alone Joyce, freight and passenger agent of the Colorado Midland with headquart ers in Los Angeles, was in the city yes terday on railroad business. PACKAGE OF PAPERS. Tne police yesterday found a package of letters and papers on the city hall plaza which may be of value to Manuel E. Arvisa. RETURNED FROM COASTMiss Marie Clauson has returned from a months vacation on the coast, during which she visited Catalina Isjand and San Francisco. RETURNED FRO, !OWA. George Lutgerding cashier of the Union Bank and Trust company returned yester- ,day from an eastern trip which In cluded Cedar Rapids, Iowa, a point of special interest. FORMER. PHOENICIAN. John T. Alsap, a" former Phoenician now lo cated in Los Angeles was a 'business visitor in the city yesterday and regis tered at. the Ford hotel. He is travel ing for a large tea, coffee and spice house. PURCHASED AUIO. W. G. Lent? has purchased from the Southwestern Auto company a four cylinder Rambler 40-horse-power, model 34. a thorough ly uptodate car of the Rambler type. E. W. Bacon reports rentals as very brisk during the past two weeks, a number o ftrips being made to Buck eve. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST. Postoff ice building, en trance oh Monroe street. Service Sun day morning at 11 o'clock. Subject of lesson sermon, "Christ Jesus;" Wed nesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. All are invited to attend services, vis itors cordially welcomed. CAMP MEETING. The camp meet ing continues with unabated interest. A large audience listened to a splen did sermon last night by Presiding El der Rev. J. E. Crutchfield. There will be no sen-ices today except in the evening. Rev. Douglass, pastor of Central church will preach. Services Sunday as follows: Sunday school 9:45 a. m., preaching at 11 a. m., a p. m., and 8 p. m. Come Sunday morning bring vour lunch and spend the day. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services tomorrow, August 30th, will be as follows: Sunday schoot 9:43 a. m.; union services with the congregation from the First Baptist church at 1 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. j Singleton will preach on the theme, "As We Forgive Those." Y. P. S. C. E. 1 prayer meeting at 7 p. m.; union ser vice of the five churches at 8 o'clock p. m.: sermon by the Rev. Mr. Single-' ton; theme, "The Bible as Power Lit-, ehature." AH are cordially Invited to attend these services. NEW MEMBERS. The board of trade continues to pick up new mem bers who want to help push along j its good work. K. S. Townsend and the Phoenix Construction companyj were two who Joined yesterday. The' latter is well known in the city and Mr. Townsend is fast becoming known through is skill in raising Irish po tatoes. He has a 360 acre farm on the Agua Fria where he does the fancy stunts with the potatoes and incidentally adds to his bank ac count. He also has an eighty acre farm near Phoenix. HOME BURGLARIZED. It was dis covered yesterday that the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, at 16 North Tenth avenue had been burglarized during their absence on a summer va cation. ; The discovery was made by a neighbor, Mrs. Emma Armstrong, and reported to the city marshal. Officer Gaston responded and found every box, drawer and closet had been ran sacked for valuables, and even old letters taken out and read. Marshal Moore also made an investigation and it is thought that the intention was not that of robbery, for there was sil ver on the sideboard which was of considerable value. The house was entered through a south window. Whether anything of value was taken can not be determined till the return of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett. HENRY F. ASHURST HERE. Henry F. Ashurst, district attorney of Coconino county was in Phoenix yes terday confering with local democratic leaders. He left last night for Cochise county where he is one of the principal speakers at the rally to be held at Lewis Springs, where Mark Smith will also open his batteries In the campaign. Mr.' Ashurst is a brilliant orator as well as an astute politician. He had very' little to say concerning the forthcoming fight. Regarding his home town he spoke enthusiastically, and stated that it was very prosperous in a business way, despite the shutting down of some of the mills. The tour- ist trade had been better this summer than usual, and he thought that with more accomodations, such as summer cottages, for the visitors. Flagstaff would be quite a noted summer place. Efforts are being made along that line to encourage people to erect small homes for rent. Flagstaff has not only many attractions and points of inter est but an unexcelled summer cli mate. We Get the Best Printers, Binders and Stationers You Get the Best in .Quality e. McNeil co.l The PEOPLE' with the GOODS r 126-128 W. Washington St Opposits Court House ""VKNABENSHUt WIRED WORK OF: COMMISSION Several Important Matteri Disposed of at Meeting Held Yesterday. The fair commissioners held a meet ing yesterday in which considerable routine business was disposed of Mr. Packard of Douglas was in the city to attend the meeting. The most important thing perhaps was the decision to bring Roy Knab enshue, the famous aeronaut, to Phoe nix with new model ship, exhibition tent and captive balloon. Mr. Knab enshue was wired last night of the action of the commissioners, and it is thought that he will accept their pro position. He recently made a very successful flight at Columbus. Ohio, which demonstrated his ship to be one of the best up to the present time. Another matter decided on by the commissioners was the purchase of a tent 80x170 feet for exhibition pur poses. Different displays will be plac ed in this largo tent, as the present buildings are not sufficient to hold all the exhibits which will be shown this year. It was decided to hold the automo bile races on Wednesday and tTie big fireworks display will be shown Wed nesday night. Upwards of $2,000 will be expended for this alone, beside which all others seen in the southwest will be tame and insignificant vs a piece of smoking punk. One entry has been received by Mr. Bullard, the sup erintendent of the auto races, that of Green &- Griffen's Rambler. The commissioners have ordered turnstiles, which will be placed at every entrance and will register every person who passes into the grounds. There can be no chance for fraud, mistake or oversight, for it will count as true as a cash register. SHOES When you start out to BUY SHOES you start for a shoe store, for you know that is the place to get shoes. You hope to find what you want .at a price you are willing to pay. The time and patience aaving way ia to go first to the store where ' there are the greatest number and variety of shoes, and where the salesmen know you come to get shoes to fit you and not just to leave some of your money. OUR SHOES LOOK GOOD AND THEY FEEL , GOOD. H. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. BASEBALL American League At Boston R. II. 6 6 Boston . I. 3 St. Louis . .v 1 Batteries: Steele and Criger; Powell Stephens and Spencer. At Washington It. II. e. Washington 2 4 0 Cleveland o 3 3 Batteries: Hughes and Street; Joss and N. Clarke. Second game R. II. K. Washington 8 9 0 Cleveland 0 9 1 Batteries: Johnson and Street; Lie hardt, Foster and Bemis. At Philadelphia R. H. E. Detroit 1 8 n Philadelphia o 10 l .Batteries: Summers and Schmidt; Plank and Powers. Second game R. H. E. Detroit 2 7 1 Philadelphia 11 17 2 Batteries: Willis, Mullin and Schmidt; Bender and Schreck. At Chicago R. II. e. Chicago i.o 4 2 New York 1 5 l Batteries: Smith and Sullivan; Lake and Kleinow. Second game R. H. E. Clu"cago 2 4 5 New York 1 5 3 Batteries: Walsh and Sullivan; Hogg and Doiie and Sweeney. National League. At Pittsburg R. I. E. 9 1 6 0 Mc- Pittsburg 1 Philadelphia 0 Batteries: Leever and Gibson Quiilen and Dooin. Pacific Coast League R. H. 9 Portland 5 Oakland ; 4 6 Batteries: Groom and Madden; Nel son ana iatxnge. . R. H. E. San Francisco ....0 3 O'l Los Angeles ...3 H 4j ONLY .SPECULATIVE. The Yel lowstone stage robber has' not been heard from. Neither has E. F. Dun- levy, who is supposed to have been in those parts about that time. Though ne may be somewhat delayed, . the J walking is good this time of the year and he will get home some time. ... o NEW NOTARIES. Stacy B. Hib ben of Florence has been appointed a notary public. i " " uAun IT A I wive rouPK WITH Wgtg-Bfm- UsHi IgBlSl ?Cg Jgg . : the summer." ''Uu;fc,J!tlIW.'AIWS NEW FALL STYLES IN "CRAWFORD" SHOES t Ready for you Today. Smart, snappy custom styles that will ap peal to all men particular of dress. The best Shoe materials purchas able from toe to finger strap are in "Crawford" Shoes. m 5Ws m turn A fit for every A style THAT PURE Just Back From the Moun tains and Sea Shore f Well! Suppose you wish to get some of that tan off? JUST USE CREAM OF FLOWERS, that pure, harmless cream, no chem ical or acid in it; use it on the children; its so soothing to sunburn. We make it, only ZtOC Elvey & Hulett, I Quality Druggists I A mail order if you can't come OUR cool'comfortable STORE WE HAVE A VERY LARGE LINE OF HARNESS MADE UP. PLENTY TO PICK FROM. THE KIND THAT WEARS AND PRICES ARE RIGHT. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington Street. Telephone Red 131. THE WEATHER Washington, Aug. 28. Fair Satur day; Sunday fair. local showers and cooler in the north portion. Cabinet Thotos J2.50 at DonnelL Mid Summer Sale of HIGH GRADE CLOTHING 26 percent The McDougall C as sou 30-32 West Washington St. foot for every taste SODA WATER PHONE MAIN I -5-H-H-4-H-H-K- Office Supplies t T THAT ALWAYS LOOK NEAT. t And always do your work. J Blank books, writing materials, X Inks, pens .and typewriter sup- plies that we have for you will X' always give you complete sat- T isfaction. CHAIN'S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. A 11-13 N. Center St H-H-H--H-H-I K-: H 1-H' M"H"H- TO WICKENBU RG. AV. L. Garver, was a business visitor In Wickenburg yesterday. FULL CABINET PHOTOS, $150 PER DOZ, for a short time. Donnell. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Alta Mining and Smelting company, a corporation, will be held in accordance with the charter and by-laws of the company, at the office of said company over the Valley Bank, in Phoenix Ari zona, on Monday, September seventh, 4 1908, at the hour of two o clock p. m., of said day, to elect a board of direc tors for the ensuing year, and to trans act such other business as may come before the meeting. Dated August 2ath, 1908. J. C. FERRALL, Secy. . Discount & Company S I 1 WHAT? Perfect Smilhing, Tempting, Grinding FULLY GUARANTEED. Atkins Blades are free from thick and thin places, also hard and soft spots. Why buy the ordinary kind when you can get the Atkins Silver Steel for, thai same price? O'HIH 1 1 lit 111 I it 1 1 1 II 1 1'M'Hl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 KlIU'l II HI H. . 1 . i THE KIND OF WEATHER WE ARE HAVING AT PRESENT NATURALLY MAKES US REGARD O.UR TOIL.ET. WE HAVE A ! MOST COMPLETE LINE OF TALCUM POWDERS, SOAPS, TOILET " WATER, FACE POWDERS AND BATH ACCESSORIES. i THE ADAMS M 111 I U I I I I I H.H..l..l..l....l..r.n..n.l....l..l..t..l..n..i..i..i..!.ii,.,t..n..;... mil A BARGAIN all and see our shopmade REFRIGERATOR. Dimensions 20"x31" X47". Price $23.00. D. H. BURTIS 15 last Washington Street. Phoenix. Arizona, When you are ready to buy that KODAK Remember we have it, no matter what kind you want. Berryfiili's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." ;,,,!, fn, f -I'-t-'1 1 5 'I"M' I I I 1 I T NOW SELLING DAISY FLOUR! B0 lb. sack for S1.45 25 lb. sack for 75 PERFECT FLOUR SO lb. sack for SI. SO 25 lb. sack for D0 t l Wetzler's Cash Grocery f 35 West Washington Street. Remember our phone number Is RED 3391. HH i ,M . I. M .M "I"MW..Mi 1 I 1 ,;, ,, ,, ,, ,;, ,1 ,;, ,;, ,, , j, .hH-H W. A. REYNOLDS 2 Contractor and Builder Plans and specifications furn ished free on all work con tracted or superintended by X him. Let me plan your house -f for you. SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Black 401. Residence, 1119 AV. Fillmore St X Office, Five Points, Phoenix. !H The necessity for a KODAK, to make your vacation days complete. THE STORE THAT CARRIES THE STOCK. Miller-Sterling " ' Company Successors to E. L. Andrews & Son. 9-11 East Washington Street. Atkins "Silver Steel" Saws If you are a mechanic you will readily ap preciate the necessity of first-class tools. In the Atkins Silver Steel we have unquestion ably the finest saw ever produced. A high grade saw made for those- who know a good tool and can not afford to uso a poor one. Talbot & Hubbard's; Hardware Store PHARMACY 1 PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY. ? IN HOTEL ADAMS. X A POORLY RUNNING WATCH IS WORSE THAN NONE you never know the right time, can't depend upon it for keeping business engagements, liable to stop any minute. Needs cleaning, that's all. If you've that kind of a time piece let us renovate it for you. The cost will be trifling. 6 & 5 E. Washington St. 1"I I1 H I ! I I I l I 11 H"i 1 1 1 I I I H- x2 Price on all Trimmed Hats Off on all :: Waists and Skirts THE FAIR 212 East Washington Street. H"1"8"K"H' I 'i 1"M"W..I..M"M"M. H"M"i"H"l I I I I I I I I I I i 1 1 I 1 !. . ' The f White House t 14. Is selling goods at HALF T PRICE to make room for fall X goods arriving daily. The White House CLOTHING CO. ; 214-216 E. Washington St '. H I I 1 I I 1' I 1 I 1 1 Mil l 1 1 1 1 H Handsome is the Hand adorned by our jewelry. Rings ex quisite in design and execution. Bracelets of new and original pat terns. We have a largo watch and clock deartment in which are many j excellent time-keepers and many ithat are beautiful parlor ornaments las well. A fine assortment of beau tiful Gift Silverware for your inspec tion. F. A. HILDERBRAN & Phone Red 2511. 212 West Washington. CO, ft