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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MOKNIN(, AUGUST 31, 1908.
"'1 WOMEN'S Ready -to -Wear Goods GOING AT 2 Regular Price OUR STOCK GOING AT A Tike 'A ORB F BO sttoini Men's Clothing GOING AT 3 Regular Price 1 1 JUL In) UT o)WW' Amm. Ln Ln jpHIS Sale is the talk of the town. The big crowds that flock to our store daily all look with wonderment when they glance at the ridicuously low prices we are making on our immense stock of new and seasonable merchandise. Never before have they had .such an opportunity to secure bargains like these we are offering. You should call and be convinced. Time is now short when we shall move to our new quarters, the building is soon to be completed. We are determined to dispose of our entire stock so that we may open our new store with an entirely new stock of merchandise. Nothing will be reserved. Lay in your supply. Hundreds upon Hundreds of Bargains to be had at this Sale. oOocT" r " There will be lots of room for Regret should you miss this Sale. j NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that a Gen eral Primary Election will be held in the County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, on the 26th day of Septem ber, 1308, between the hours of 8 o'clock A. SI. and 5 o'clock P. SI., for the purpose of electing delegates to a Democratic Convention, and to a Re publican Convention, and to a Social ist Convention, to be held in the City of Phoenix on the 6th day of October, 1908, at which conventions nomina tions will be made for Legislative, County and Precinct officers. Said Democratic. Republican and Socialist parties shall hold their pri mary elections at the time aforesaid and in the following precincts and vot ing places, viz; Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 1 at 35 East Adams street. Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 2 at room on Second avenue. Ford Hotel. Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 3 at office of J. T. Dunlap, 19 South first avenue. ' Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 4 at 25 and 27 South Center street, Com mercial Hotel. Creighton precinct, voting place at Creighton schoolhouse. District 14. Murphy precinct, voting place at Murphy schoolhouse, District No. 21. Heard precinct, voting place at Heard schoolhouse. District No. 35. Tempe precinct, voting place at Curry Hall. Slesa precinct No. 1, voting place at City Hall. Mesa precinct No. 2, Granite Reef, voting jilacc at schoolhouse. Lehi precinct, voting place at school house, District No. 10. Alma precinct, voting place at schoolhouse, District No. 19. Wickenburg precinct, voting place No. 1 at justice court room. Wickenburg precinct, voting place No. 2 at Slorristown, Cox's Hotel. Agua Caliente precinct, voting place at Lund's store. Cave Creek precinct, voting place at J. D. Houck's store. McDowell precinct, voting place at McDowell schoolhouse. Meridian precinct, voting place at Meridian schoolhouse. Riverside precinct, voting place at Riverside schoolhouse. Aihambra precinct, voting place at btore building. Isaac precinct, voting place at Isaac m lii' lliouse. Osborn ireci;ici, voting place at Os '; n schoolhouse. Carfwright precinct, voting pl'tce at Car! wright schoolhouse. Orme precinct, voting place at West End scholhouse. Buckeye precinct, voting place No. 1 at justice court room. Buckeye precinct, voting place No. 2 a Liberty, J. O. Schweikart's sf. re. Buckeye precinct, voting place No. 3 at Arlington, store building. Kowler precinct, voting place at Fowler schoolhouse. " Scoltsdale precinct, voting plice at schoolif..tc. District No. 43. Gili -Rend precinct, voting placa at schoolhouse. District No. 24. Glendale precinct, voting placo No. 1 at schoolhouse. Glendale precinct, voting placa No. 2 at Peoria schoolhouse. No. 11. The number of delegates to be elect ed by the Democratic party are as fol- : lows: Phoenix No. 1 j Thoenix No. 2 Phoenix No. 3 Phoenix No. 4 15 14 10 12 ! Creighton ,. 3 ' Slurphy 3 Heard 1 ! Tempe 11 ! Slesa, Precinct No. 1 H I Slesa, Precinct No. 2, Granite Reef. 1 iLt-hi 2 I Alma 6 I Wickenburg No. 1 4 Wickenburg No. 2, Slorristown .... 1 Agua Callente 2 Cave Creek 2 Riverside 1 McDowell 1 Sleridian 2 Aihambra 3 Isaac i Osborn 6 Cartwright 3 (Orme 3 Uohnstone 1 I Buckeye No. 1 3 . Buckeye No. 2, Liberty 2 iBuckeye No. 3, Arlington 1 I Fowler 3 IScottsdale 1 Gila Bend 1 j Glendale No. 1 2 j Glendale No. 2, Peoria 1 I Total 135 The number of delegates to be elect ed b' the Republican party arc as fol lows' Phoenix No. 1 10 Phoenix No. 2 10 Phoeiix No. 3 9 Phoenix No. 4 9 Creighton 2 Murphy 2 Heard ..." 1 Tempe 7 Slesa No. 1 Slesa No. 2, Granite Reef 1 Alma Lehi Wickenburg No. 1 2 Slorristown Wickenburg No. Auge Caliento 1 Cave Creek 1 Glendale No. 1 2 Glendale No. 2, Peoria 1 Isaac 2 SIcDowell 1 Sleridian 2 Riverside 1 Aihambra 2 Osborn 4 Cartwright 1 Orme 1 Johnstone 1 Buckeye Precinct No. 1 3 Buckeye Precinct No. 2. Liberty ... 2 Buckeye Precinct No. 3, Arlington. 2 Fowler 2 Scottsdale 1 Gila Bend 1 Total 94 J The number of delegates to be elect ed by the Socialist party are as fol- lows: rhoenix No. 1 2 1 Phoenix No. 2 2 Phoenix No. 3 2 . Phoenix No. 4 2 Total - 8 The election officers for the primary election shall ba as follows: DESIOCRATIC Phoenix No. 1 W. B. Lount, In spector; Geo. Bellas and M. J. Pcttid, ; iudges ;and Frank Loveitt and Sid Goldman, clerks. Thoenix No. 2 II. II. McNeil, in spector; A. D. Leyhe and S. P. Hoefer, Judges; and Sid Orborn and P. P. ! Parker, clerks. Phoenix No. 3 J. T. Dunlap, in spector; Andrew Toman and Eugene Hackett, judges; and W. D.Bell and Sims Bycrs, clerks. I Phoenix No. 4 A. II. Davidson, in spector; W. T. Smith and W. W. Kun jkle. judges, and Jos. Bush and Joe Mo rales, clerks. Creighton T. T. Towers, Inspector; W. J. Osborn and Wm. F. Slathers, judges; and Chas. Fauley and Wm. Munch, clerks. Slurphy W. E. Williams, Inspector; W. P. Hughes and W. W. Bradshaw, judges ;and SI. D. Novinger and John Bradshaw, clerks. Heard Sam Probst, Inspector; C. AV. Cosner and Joseph Lovell, judges; and W. R- Roberts and R. II. Woolf, clerks. Tempe A. Neilson, inspector; L. E. Redden and S. S. Warner, judges; and C. W. Sliiler and Z. SI. Frizzell. clerks. Slesa No. 1 W. J. LcBaron, in spector; Fred Slaier and H. L. Chand ler, judges; and James Sillier and Joe Noble, clerks. Slesa No. 2, Granite Reef W. A. Slacdonald, inspector; Eernest Crismon and F. Pomeroy, judges and clerks. Lehi Harvey Harper, inspector; Wm. Nelson and T. E. Jones, judges; and George Rogers and T. W. Jones, clerks. Alma A. Hunsaker, inspector; C. 0. Pugh and Jos. A. Stewart, judges; and Orrin L. Slandage and R. W. Westovcr, clerks. Wickenburg No. 1 R. W. Baxter, inspector; John Riggs and J. K. Slur phy judges; and Felipe Garcia and 1. B. Wood, clerks. Wickenburg N. 2, Slorristown Sam Rodgers, inspector; Thomas Crooks and Swan Nelson, judges; and Andy Selene and Wm. Barnes, clerks. AGUA Caliente Andrew Pancrazi, inspector; John W. Cameron and Wal ter Lund, judges; and R. H. Louder milk and Ji'S. Caswell, clerks. Cave Creek Ed Howard, Inspector; W. T. Linville and C. E. Philes, Judges; and AV. H. Linville and AV. F. Lewis, clerks. Isaac S. J. Roach, inspector: Rob ert Jackson and Thos. AValker, judges; and John Casey and AVin. Rice, clerks. SIcDowell Frank Asher, inspector; Refugio Ochoa and Rafael Sot a, judges; Jose Burian and Bear, clerks. Sleridian Dan Slartin, inspector; James Gilson and N. AV. Haggard, judges; J. R. Holmes and Sam AVebb, clerks. Riverside AVm. AVallaee, inspector; G. Stickly and Hugh Slclntyre, judges; Peter Pezzoni and AV. E. Clark, clerks. Aihambra R. Hill, inspector; L. M. Acuff and Geo. Brewster, , judges; H. Renaud and John AVright, clerks. Osborn Lon Teal, inspector; J. AV. Vaughan and L. B. Slorrell, judges; Joseph Geire arid Jesse Hedgepeth, clerks. Cartwright J. F. Doyle, inspector; R, C. Shiflet and J. A. Vinson, Judges; P. D. Gardiner and Horace Ellison, clerks. Orme Henry Welborn, inspector; Charles Pendergast and Floyd Smith, judges; Joe Kimbcr and Hosea Grenhaw, clerks. Johnstone Sam S. Stout, inspector; Dan Kinney and AVest AValker, judges; SI. T. Flynn and James E. Bacon, clerks. Buckeye No. 1 T. N. Clauton, in spector; Riley Johnston and C. SI. Zander, judges; Phil Sloore and Frank Couch, clerks. Buckeye No. 2, Liberty Edward Brewster, inspector; A. F. Lafferty and AV. R. Beloat, judges; Fred AValls and June Brewster, clerks. Buckeye No. 3, Arlington C. AV. Teterson, inspector; Geo. F. Cocke, judge and clerk. Fowler J. SI. Harmon, inspector; James Ivy and J. J. Harris, judges; Harry Hilbers and L L. Jackson, clerks. Scottsdale T. Phllben, inspector; AVilford Hayden and H. L. Underbill, judges; AV. A. Fankinn and Claud Marlar, clerks. Gila Bend 1 1. C. Sliiler, inspector; AA T. AVilliams and S. L. Combs, judges and clerks. Glendale No. 1 AValter Kimler, in spector; J. H. Coffelt and J. B. I Roach, judges; Chas. Barkley and Ira Sloore, clerks. Glendale No. 2, Peoria AV. A. Hood, inspector; F. A. AVoolsey and A. J. Straw, judges; R. AV. AVagner and John A. Lively, clerks. ' REPUBLICAN. Phoenix No. 1 E. AV. Potter, in spector; L. J. Rice and P. C. Ensgn, judges: George Kirkland and Clar ence Barnett, clerks. Phoenix No. 2 Roy S. Goodrich, inspector; H. A. Diehl and N. A. Slorford, judges: J. SI. Jamison and AV. H. Black, clerks. Phoenix No. 3 C. W. Johnstone, inspector; C. S. Blaine and B. E. Slarks, judges; P. K. I Ik-key and and James Slatthews, clerks. Phoenix No. 4. C. Sf. Sturges, in spector; J. A. Johnson and E. E. Kirkland, judges; J. SI. Slelcndrez and Earl SIoss, clerks. Creighton C. Sr. Etter, inspector; AVm. Creighton and H. H. Creighton, judges; Thomas Etter and Roy Clay son, clerks. Slurphy F. H. Parker, inspector; C. E. Justis and J. SI. Hall, judges; H. A. Bu.strim and Ernest Hall, clerks. Tempe J. B. Slullen, Inspector; I. V. Stewart and Samuel Brown, judges; J. B. SIcNeil and Chas. P. Slullen, clerks. Mesa No. 1 Ben Noble, inpsector; Dan Hibbert and P. A. AVilliams, judges; G. SI. Fryer and Clarence Baldwin, clerks. Slesa No. 2, Granite Reef Hector Gillis, inspector, judges, clerks. Alma E. E. Lewis, inspector; J. I. Coffin and Lafayette Dana, judges; Louis Cubcr and George Allison, clerks. " . Lehi R. AV. Simpklns, . inspector; II. Simpkins and Thos. Byers, judges; Slilo Shill and Thomas Steele, .-lerks AVIckenburg No. 1 H. Harmsworth, inspector; H. Cowell and J. C. Reed, judges; Dr. J. J. Fleming and Chas. Meller, Jr., clerks. AViekenbtirg- No. 2 H. N. Cox, in spector, judges, clerks. Cave Creek T. C. Houck, inspec tor; J. D. Houck and E. P. SlcCor mick, judges; A. C. AA'ernden and Sam SI. Taylor, clerks. Glendale No. 1 A. AV. Bennett, in spector; S. O. Furrey and S. AV. John, judges; Roy AA'iegold and Paul Beaver, clerks. Glendale No. 2, Peoria H. C. Mann, inspector; H. F. Bartlett and G. AV. Walters, judges; A'. J. Osborn, clerk. Sleridian George AVashington, Sr., inspector; George AA'ashington, Jr., and Otis Amator, judges; Fred Ama tor and Burt Amator, clerks. Riverside John Nelson, inspector; Peter Nelson and George SIcLellan, judges; Charles SIcLellan and Oscar Roberts, clerks. Aihambra Ray Isaac, inspector; George Helm and Thomas SIcAvoy, judges; Alfred Crabb and Elliot Ev ans, clerks. Osborn George Alkire, inspector; A. AV. Gregg and A'ictor Norris, judges; H. R. Tritle and Ernest Ben nett, clerks. Cartwight C. E. Cartwright, in spector; Asa Graham and C. T. Root, judges; A. E. Cartwright and R. R. Root, clerks. Johnstone J. G. Hardin, Inspector; G. L. Sturges and AVm. Grler, judges; AVm! Etter and Jos. Grier, clerks. Buckeye No. 1 AV. AA Jon.s, In spector; AV. B. Long and AValter Jones, judges; J. R. Gibson and Ed Kell clerks. Buckeye No. 2, Liberty AV. R. Rlackmer, inspector; AA'm. SIcDonald and Dan Dawson, judges; George Har rer and Carter Hazelton. clerks. Buckeye No. 3, Arlington John B. Slontgomery, Inspector; J. G. Mont gomery and John Henry, judges; C. G. Deming, clerk. Scottsdale Winfield Scott, inspector; V. A. A'anderhoof and E. O. Brown, judges; Percy Smith, clerk. Gila Bend James Coyle, inspector; John Anderson, judge, clerk. Fowler L. E. Graham, inspector; Frank Creswell and G. H. Newton, judges; Ed Conger and Harry Cres well, clerks. Isaac Alfred Crabb, inspector; Wm. Lossing and Ed Graham, judges; Oli ver Isaac and J. E. Rantmi, clerks. Heard Inspector, judges, clerks. SOCIALIST. Phoenix No. 1 J. SI. Fike, inspect or; J. D. Slartin and Peter Slohn, judges; Charles Schendler and J. F. Spence, clerks. Phoenix No. 2 F. A. Shaw, inspect or; Geo. Newsholme and August Hag elaud, judges; E. S. Gauthrop and SI. SI. Elder, clerks. Phoenix No. 3 Dr. G. S. Reed, in spector; J. C. Shepardson and AV. C. VanNess, judges: Chas. Erickson and E. L. Straw, clerks. Phoenix No. 4 John Earl, inspect or; J. A. Fulwiler and A. L. Strait, judges; J. L. Fulwiler and Geo. AArool dridgo, clerks. The democratic convention shall be held at 10 o'clock a. m., on the 6th day of October, 1908, at Phoenix, in the Olympic theater. The republican convention shall be held at 10 o'clock a. m., on the 6th day of October, 1908, at Phoenix, in O'Neill hall. The socialist convention shall be held at 10 o'clock a. m., on the 6th day of October, 1908, at Phoenix, in room D, A'alley Bank building. Said conventions shall each nominate candidates, for: 1 Slembcr Council, 4 Members House Representatives. Sheriff. District Attorney, Treasurer, Recorder, Probate Judge, County Superintendent of Schools. 2 Supervisors, Surveyor, Justices of Peace for various pre cincts. Constables for various precincts. Each of said political parties shall j hold primary elections on the same day, as heretofore stated, and in the same room, in accordance with Chap etr 68 of the Session Laws of the Twenty-third Legislative Assembly of the territory of Arizona, entitled "An Act to Provide for Primary Elections and the manner of holding the same." approved March 16, 1905, and said pri mary elections shall be conducted in strict accordance' with the provisions of said act. By order of the board of supervisors, Staricops. county .Arizona. (Seal) AVM. E. THOMAS. Clerk Board of Supervisors, Slaricopa county, Arizona. Dated at Phoenix, Arizona, August IS. 1908. FINE SHOWING AT HIE MONICA MINE A Yavapai Property With a Promising Future, Developing Rapidly. Prescott, Aug. 2S. (Special Corres pondence of The Republican.) The Slonica mines of Yavapai county, sit uated some thirteen miles north of Kirkland, Arizona, employing some sixty-five men, has been pursuing some extensive develipmcnt work on the 400 and 700 foot levels, , exposing some wonderfully large and rich veins, prom ising a royal dividend to the owners in the future. AA'ith such success as has been won in the perfeect treatment of the Sloni ca ores it is anticipated the develop ment of one of the largest dividend paying mines of Arizona will follow. AVhile the Slonica is practically young and undeveloped the present outlook is such that its owners are planning the installation of a forty stamp mill to take the place of its present twenty-stamp mill. The Mon ica ores are wonderfully adapted to the cyanide process, making an extraction of some 95 per cent in all amalgame and cyaniding. The process adopted when first op erating their mill was wet crushing in water, amalgamating on plates and the cyaniding of its tailings, but It was found by experiments that by crush ing in a cyanide solution the extraction was increased with its then capacity, also decreasing the cyanide consump tion, water consumption and operating expenses. AA'hen changing from wet crushing with water to a cyanide solution some losses occurred while making some few changes in obtaining the present treat ment, as when crushing in a cyanide solution the operating and classifica tion of sair solutions are quite differ enet while obtaining successful results than that of the first mentioned pro cess. Today the present fifteen stamps in operation are consuming some 55 tons per 24 hours of operation, making an extraction of from 12 to 16 per cent of amalgamation, and the wonderful extraction of from 65 to 70 per cent by cyaniding at the batteries and plates only, thus with the further treatment in the cyanide department a grand total extraction of 95 per cent is now in course of event. Morgan Fillinghast. of Philadelphia, having just returned to his place of business, is the president and a prin cipal owner. E. S. Pettis has successfully remod elled the mill and cyanide plant to its present output. He has had some ex tensive arid practical experience with the treatment of gold and silver ores. I EASTERLING & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS IU W. Waahlnataa IV, Phoanix, Arhnaa. I PhOM to Us For Your Ice Cream & Sherbets RHAS. I. SANIfiHAS ? a wa"awBiw Phone Red 2021. 42-44 AV. AVash. 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