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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAX 3IOXD AY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1908.
Hammocks at prices that are almost like 30 cts This Sale for Saturday and Monday only See our East Window 22-24 West Washington Street. Davidson's Cash Store PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Dorris-Heyman Kur. Co. Did Stand. Perhaps 73 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 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 & Loencss. Prices range from 50 cts up. We will take pleasure in showing you. LARSON DRUG CO. With. Sts. It's Seven Hours .Tuessing for the average wom- in when making bread. It's a vvaste of time. You buy satis faction in PETTI D'S BREAD. HOME BAKING CO. Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoe nix. November 9-14, 10S. At tractions extraordinary. Olivette Brand the best Olive Oil good to eat Olives Munger Bros. Company. Vhen the evemngs are coef And you boys begin to call N Take her Donofrio's cactus candy And yeu'ra sure to be it all. -X- 'w'l a N.W. Cor. Canter & 9 hiiiiumiiihiii8 I! OF LOCAL INTEREST J BACK FROM LOS ANGELES Tom Whitney returned yesterday from a short visit in Los. Angeles. , MRS. GOLDBERG HOME Mrs. Dave Ooldberg and children returned home from their summer outing yes terday morning. VACATION OVER P.irk Wall re home yesterday after spending an en- j'..itn7 .'tjiuniii ... univi.iv i'un.1 ... Californii RETURNED FROM VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Jesse It. Crain returned yesterday from a vacation trip of sev eral weeks spent on the coast. A CRAZY .WOMAN A crazy wo man was taken in charge of Deputy (ilea yetserday and will be brought before the probate court todav. LEFT FOR PORTLAND W. P.. Twitchell and wife left last night for a two weeks- visit with Mrs. Twitch I ells' relatives In Portland. Oregon. PETER MOHN BACK Peter Mohn has returned from a long vacation on the coast. He has so far improved in general health that his friends scarce ly recognize him as the same man. During the past three months he has added, about fifty pounds in weight. His eyesight is also much improved. E PERTING COLORADO MINES. W. K. Defty has been making a thorough examination of the Bright Diamond and Ironclad mines in Ouray county, Colorado. He has been there for two weeks and, has now gone to San Juan on further v rk. BAND CONCERTS The Industrial Liberty band rendered the following program last evening at the Court House plaza: March, "Honky Dory." (Holzmannl; Vals, "Oetavia," (Gon zalez). Grand Overture. "Light Caval ry." (Suppe); Intermezzo, The Gon dolier." (Lampe); Spanish Serenade, "La Paloma," (Yraxlier); Grand Over ture, again by special request, "Wil liam Tell," (Rossini): March, "Blaze Away," (Holzmann. The Pioneer band also gave its usual concert on the i Citv plaza. I RECLAMATION OPERATIONS ! During July 13.020 cubic yards of ma- j terial were laid in the Roosevelt dam. j Nearly all of this was placed In the gap at the north end bringing this part ! to an elevation of 30 feet. A flood on j the ISth and l!Uh nearly went over this j part of the dam. The south end of the , dam Js at an elevation of 75 feet. Mor than TOeO barrels of cement were i ground at the government mill in July, j and lO.l'i'U, barrels were delivered. ' Well drilling on the Gila Indian reser- ! vation has been in progress and the ! towers of the, transmission line have , all been erected. Stringing of the ! wires is now in progress. j POSTOFFCE CHANGES. The I postoffice is being remodeled in a l way that will add convenience to ! both the . public and the employes. The entire side north of the lobby is to be devoted to executive offices i and registery and money order de- j partments. There will be two money : order and two registery windows j which will facilitate the handling of; i the large business expected next ! winter. Tne general delivery will be i placed at the east end of the lobby j where the letter drops now are and j they will be placed a little further! 'north or near the corner but not far ! from where they are now. The win jdow now used to serve box holders will remain as it is but will be more I convenient than ever for the reason ithat it will be near the general de livery and there will always be a 'clerk in charge of it. i INTERMENT OF GEORGE CHRIST. Nothing has been printed j locally concerning the interment of (the late George Christ except that !he was buried in California. It is learned that the funeral was held at , the undertaking parlors at the cor 'ncr of Tenth and Flower streets and that the service of the Episcopal J church was used. Among the pall bearers were several personal friends I of the dead man who chanced to be j in the city. They included II. M. j Chapman of Nogales, Sheriff Sex ;ton of Santa Cruz county and Har vey J. Iee of this city. Another was a gentleman named Brown, who knew Mr. Christ when he lived in Des Moines. Iowa, but never saw him again in life. Learning of his death by the local reports of it, he attended the funeral. Beside the dead man's i mother and his sister and brother-Jin-law. who live in Los Angeles, Mr. jand Mrs. Nourse, another sister from i Arizona, arrived there in time for !the funeral. The body was laid in I the beautiful cemetery at Ilolly jwood, wher" it is the purpose of the Ulead man's mother to later remove I the body of his wife, now buried in j Greenwood cemeterv near Phoenix. I ANNUAL MEETING The meeting of the Cunningham Pass Copper com pany was held in this city Saturday. This company is operating the Critic mine near Wenden. Three hundred tons of ore have been shipped to the value of $1-,.H00 to $20,000. It Is a cop per and gold proposition and the shaft is now down 300 feet. Cross cutting will be begun next week and the vein will be encountered at 450 feet. The We Get the Best Printers, Binders and Stationers You Get the Best in Quality and Service I McNeil co. S I I The PEOPLE with the GOODS 126-128 W. Washington St. upposite court House directors are well pleased with the outlook. At the meeting general plan.-3 were discussed relative to 'the future operation of tlie property and the fol lowing officers were elected: (Jeorge P.. Layton, president; Harold Kaxton of New York, vico president and gen eral manager; John R. Hoyt, secretary and treasurer; J. W. lioone of Wonden nnd H. O. Maver of Goldfield. direc- ' tors. iTitil RETURNED FROM ANN ARBOR f j Neil McCarthy who has been attending ;? Ml Ann Arbor University returned to.trtS Phoenix Saturday. It will be reniem- bered that he took in the trip across the Atlantic with the American nth , i,.i,s unu saw me mjiiii;im .iiih-. it : has been two years since hi paid a i visit to his Home city. RETURNED TO PHOENIX Dr. nnd Sirs. George H. Bailey ami George Bailey have returned from n the coast where they spent the summer, They were accompanied by Dr. Lloyd L. Bailey and .Miss Merriam Bailey of j Maxatlan. Mexico who will be the; guests of Dr. and Mrs. Bailey this win ter. ' MEETING AT CART WRIGHT As many residents of the' Cartwright neighborhood have expressed a desire for telephone service with the Inde pendent company, there will be a meet ing at the Cartwright school house to night at which Mr. Stanford and Judge Langston Will be present to Jalk the matter over with the interested parties. MR. THARALDSON HOME P. A. T. Tharaldson returned home yester day morning from an extended sum mer vacation, and - Mrs. Tharalilson will follow in about a couple of weeks. The most of the summer was spent in their former home in Bellingham, Wash. During the two months of his absence however. Mr. Tharaldson vis ited British Columbia and Seattle also and enroute home spent some time in Sari Francisco and Los Angeles. 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 saving way is 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. DR. CRAIG BACK Dr. R. W. Craig has returned from a summer vacation most of the time being spent in the ea.st in special study along his pro fessional line. MISSING HORSE AND SADDLE Yesterday the police station was no tified of the loss of a bay mare by Hardy Cole. It was hitched on the east side of the court house plaza and was presumably stolen. Joseph Ixvell who is employed at Heard's ranch, re ported the loss of a saddle, blankets and bridle. He had ridden a roan ani mal to the city, and hitched it as usu al. The horse turned up all right but the outfit was gone. Xo clew has been obtained as to the identity of the par ties who did the trioks related. AN EGG FAMINE IS IMMINENT HERE Says Under Sheriff Woods Who is Touch With the Local Situation. Under Sheriff Woods sometime ago predicted an egg famine and it seems that his prediction is proving true. Lo cal stores and restaurants are having a hard time to find enough eggs to supply the demand which is growing greater with the rapid return of people who have been away for the summer. Kggs are likely to sell at thirty-five cents a dozen within a short time. Valley eggs always command a good price over the imports from Kansas City cold storage. The local hen fruit will generally bring from three to five cents more which is the difference be tween a good egg and a bad one in Phoenix according to Mr. Woods's idea and he is considered an authority on poultry. Mr. Woods called attention to the fact that feed Is high and that the raisers of chickens can not afford to purchase fancy food which increases the activities of the laying hen. Just now considerable of the hen tribe Is i molting and that is another item which accounts in part for the shortage of ; good eggs. The logical -outcome will j be that eggs will go up till the price 1 decreases the demand to within the limited supply. Attention is called to 1 j the fact that hen fruit is selling for 3r, I cents in Los Angeles while it here I retails from 23 to 30 cents. One so I lution will be greater poultry farms . which may come in due season, but i the Increase in demand from growing I population has so far more than r.qual j ized the extension of the industry of poultry raising. o - ! FLEET'S QUIET DAY. Melbourne, Aug. 31. (Mondays Admiral Sperry expressed himself as highly appreciative of the warm wel come extended himself and men in the kindly greeting of the Australians at Sydney and Melbourne. There was nothing in the way of formal mi . ! LATEST AUTUMN STYLES "Sletson"and "Gravenelte" Hats M It gives us great pleasure to an nounce to our friends and patrons that we have just received some de cidedly new blocks in "'Cravenette" and "Stetson" Headwear. Fall 1908 styles conservative as well jaunty affairs. We show them in black, mode, olive, cocoa, tobacco and grey. Your earliest inspection is solicited. ; j -4 : f-Jr-; Ml M "Cravenette" Hats "Stetson" Hats '4 THAT PURE CHILLY SODA WATER TOOTH BRUSHES Just a word to you again: We wish to say that wo carry ie larg est and best selected stock in Ari zona. Now don't forget to take a look at our window this week. 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c and 50c each a Tooth Brush fit for a king. Elvey & Hulett, I Quality Druggists Never Substitute. A Mail Order If you can't come. OUR CLEAN COOL COMFORTABLE STORE. - y- 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. entertainments on the program for Sunday, but the liberty men spent enjoyable hours in driving and ight-seeing. Today is landing day. TRAINING A DOG. Globe, Ariz., Aug. 30 A Mexican Mid Scfe HIGH GRADE CLOTHING percent The MoDougall & Cassou Company 30-32 West Washington St. ffifl $3.50 5.00 m PHONE MAIN I E ? tm m mm A. uttice supplies! THAT ALWAYS LOOK NEAT. And always do your work. Blank books, writing materials, Inks, pens and typewriter sup plies that we have for you will always give you complete sat- T. isfaction. I CHAIN'S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. f 11-13 N. Center St. 1 named Antonio Fernandez, failing in j the measure of success he sought in the training of a dog. tied a stick ) of dynamite to his tail and turned him loose. He ran into a tent oc cupied by a wonfiin nnd a baby and the explosion that followed tore up the tent, but fortunately did not hurt either of them nor materially injure the dog. A Spendthrift. Publican "And how do you like be ing married, John?" John "Don't like it at all. "Why, what's the matter wP she, John?" "Well, first thing in the morning it's money; when I goes 'ome to my din ner it's money again, and at supper it's the same. Nothing but? money, money, money!" "Well, I never! What do she do wP all that money?" "I dunno. I ain't give her any yet." Summer of Discount HAVE YOU NOTICED? The man who wears a happy, con tented look during the slimmer is the man who has a Talking Machine in his home? . He goes home in the evening. pulls his cabinet out on the porch and enjoys a concert, a vaudeville or an' opera. VICTOR AND EDISON Sep tember Records now on sale. The store that carries the stock. Miller-Sterling Company 9-11 E. Washington St., Successors to E. L. Andrews & Son. Atkins Perfect Smithing, Iemp2ring, Grinding v FULLY GUARANTEED. T Atkins Blades are free from thick and fl thin places, also hard and soft Why buy the ordinary kind whei you can get the Atkins Silver Steel for the same price? H I i ; ; i h,,.-HH, M H t 1 S ill 1 THE KIND OF WEATHER NATURALLY MAKES US REGARD OUR TOILET. WE HAVE A MOST COMPLETE LINE OF TALCUM POWDERS, SOAPS, TOILET I WATER, FACE POWDERS AND I THE ADAMS PRESCRIPTIONS j. IN HOTEL ADAMS. r"M"M 'I I M"M' 1" I H"l"i"M"M"I' I1 1 ! !! iM'fl'l"r-H"H"I"H"t-i'M'i HMO A BARGAIN -all and see our shopmade REFRIGERATOR. Dimensions j20"x:i" til". Price $23.00. D. H. BURTIS 15 East Washington Street. Phoenix. Arlzona. When you are ready to buy" that KODAK Remember vxe Iiave it, no matter what kind you want. Berrytiill's Big Bock Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." t I 1 I I I l W"l"l"M- i a I I I H-t-H; NOW SELLING DAISY FLOUR 50 lb. sack for S1.45 -A t 23 lb. sack for 7j PERFECT FLOUR SO lb. 23 lb. sack for Sl.SO sack for )Qd Wetzler's Cash Grocery I 35 West Washington Street. Remember our phone number Is RED 3391. 11 I I I I I ! 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 H. I 1 1 1 ,f- W. A. REYNOLDS Contractor, and Builder Plans and specifications furn ished free on all work con tracted or superintended by him. Let me plan your bouse for you. . SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Black 401. Residence, 1119 W. Fillmore St Office. Five Points, Phoenix. m Km. ' . u" "'"rTjiiiiiiiiiM'' "Silver Steel" Saws! If you are a mechanic you will readily ap preciate the necessity of fir.-U-class tools. In the Atkins Silver Steel" jve halve unquestion ably the finest saw ever pnjdueed. A high grade' saw made for those who know a good tool and can not afford to use a poor one. Talbot & spots. Hubbard's I M I I I V l V l-1 -l-WW ,.M"H"M"I"M- WE ARE HAVING AT PRESENT 4. BATH ACCESSORIES. PHARMACY i OUR SPECIALTY. A POORLY RUNNING WATCH IS WORSE THAN NONE you never know the right time, can't depend Uin 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. C & 8 E. Washington St. I I I1 11 1 1 HHHH,M? t I T 11 t y2 rrice on an Trimmed Hats VA Off on all i Waists and Skirts THE FAIR X 212 East Washinqton Street, H' H "1 t 'I' M I I I I I I' 1 I I I 1 1 i"! ''" The f White House I Is selling Booda at HALF " PRICE to make room for fall ! ! goods arriving daily. The White House i ' CLOTHING CO. 214-216 E. Washington St. 4 U 1 I t t t I I 1M 11 I 1 1 1 It I lll Handsome is the Hand adorned by our jewelry. Rings ex quisite in design and execution. j Bracelets of new and original pat ' terns. We havea large watch and 4. i clock deartment in which are many ! excellent time-keepers and many that are beautiful parlor ornaments (as well. A fine assortment of beau tiful Gift Silverware for your Inspec- F. A. HILDERBRAN & Thone Red 2511. 212 West Washington. CO-