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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMRFR 9, 1908.
12 WESTERN MINING STOCKS SICK I 1EADAGIIE H"1 1 ! M I 1 1 t 1 I 1 ! I I 1 1 I 1 1 t Ezra W. 124-130 Washington Street. The Public will Please Take Notice Refreshed and incijjorated. Tr. Ililthard 1ms returned from his summer vacation. During his trip thronch the reat fakes of the middle wrst, having Chirauo and Detroit as headquarters to IEi out from he has visited many delightful points of inter'-st along Lakes Krie and it. Clair and up and down the lK-autiful Ielroit river. The Doctor has given speriul attention to the sanitarium and hospital facilities in the sretion of country visited, thus combining recreation with information Iroiu a professional view-point. The latest imtlnxls of treatment have feen iluly notel. so that patients may have t h- fu lies benefits of up to-d;tie scientific inves tigation. There is too much of a tendency on the part of many physicians t3 get into a rut, and stav there, making no advance. IR. IlIUHAKD long ago resolved nevfr lo allow himself to be mi'-led thus. His motto as a s;K-ciaIist is to (iKT THK lil-ST. His watchwords are ATTAIN MENT ami ADVANC KM KM". To be a genu inely successful specialist one must constantly ".; FORWARD. More than ever the Doctor feels that he is prepared to give his patients thoroughly progressive and strictly reliable tteatmentss tiuly scientific as can he had any where, ft attiicted acquaint vomelf with Dr. Hibhard and decide whether he in an educated and experienced special it. 0NSri,T.TI N I'Kl-K. Hibbard Building, X'-Zi, S. Second Avenue. Ji l'J, 1-3. Dr. HIBBARD Sexual Blood and Genito urinary Organ Specialist, Urethral Obstructions Snprifin Rlnnrf Pnicnr, w VWVIIIW WIWVU I WIUUIi,j Kervous Debility Contracted Diseases Th! h1mvp t!isr'!TH wit h their tvrille vffvi ts ('huh depression of mi ml and wrecking of NmIv aii'l rakiiiK nf the ti'TVtus systt-m. Your liiV- ihhv Ht tHke. Why notizt'tthe lKt of tn-rttint'iit. Ii your 'yrtcht is j,.nir to to h rt-liat-lt: H iili:t. it your lit -Hrine if I"'r VfMi luitl a 4'iii)tciit Hiirit. If your twth arhf rail on a koimI U-mi-t. If btirnine up wuh aifveror ym hav; ;ome acuiu disra1 (uiiit your tniuily physician Tlicy slunild trt at you, not 1, for I 1o mil treat such t astk hu thi'y ran lo Ik-Hit by you. If however ytr Hhvv Mnic serionM tiist'ae in my line in whi h yM:t liioaiHl ln-alt h U" at stake, il is h 1.I mcly lM'ct'ssary fr you to i-onsuli otie who has ex pert hkill, lare experience ami M-ientitie tiuipm-!it. in order to be peruianeiilly and m wlully cured. Cancer and Exivrnal Growths Removed Without th Use of the Koife or Severe Measures and with Complete Safety-Dr. Hibbard bui!din(. 2'-2S South Second Avenue, J I'hornix Arizona. Censult&riH Free. Hours ' 1 ;t-ti-7 I H Mil HHH'H'i 1 I 1 1 It It II I Second Hand Machinery for . Sale ii J following machinery for sale, in General Electric Co. Motor and Dynamo, 8.5 Kff., 125 volts, General Electric Co., Jlof r, 2 General Electric Co., Motor, 2 Electric Meters. Switches. Starting Boxes; they go with Also a quantity of Shafting, Pu'leys. etc.. may be seen at Resnb lean olflce, or at the shop of Kunz Bros. I Messinaer H"t' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nil in 1 1 1 1 1 BUTTER-NUT BREAD Made from especially blended flour with great care, under sanitary condi tions. It is mixed, weighed and moulded by machinery scarcely touch ed by hand and completed, it is a full weight loaf of delicious, whole some bread, 10c per loaf half size. Tic. PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY. -EDWARD EISELE, Prop. Established 1831. phone Main fi9- Big Game Hunters Now is the time to select your gun and place for big game shoot ing. I will bo -pleased to help you in, your selection. If you have a rifle bring it In, have it examined and put in perfect shape and we will talk over the best places to use it I keep posted. A. W. GALPIN Zb East Washington Street h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 M i m i.t LADIES-WEAR-THE BEST Easily done come to us. Prices verv low, so come to us NEW LO CATION just call and see us. We know you will le pleased with our big new stock. rtiuueu WWM l iiwmwuij '""I'ltlliiiiiiiniHIllll THE beauty of your home may be helped or hindered by the hardware trimmings. If you are building or remodeling insure your interior against inartistic effects or in harmonious combinations byspecifying Yale & Towne Ornamental and Builders' Hardware . No matter what style your house is built in, we can furnish the hard ware to harmonize with it. A wide range of designs and finishes may be had in grades to ' suit every purse. Our assortment includes hardware requi sites for dwellings and every other kind of building, large or small. We'll take pains to help you make satisfactory selections. Thayer, 127-133 East Adams St Scott's Sariai-Pepsin Capsules APOSITIVECURE KorInltsmmIionorCtarrt of the Blmildcr and UiseMf Kidnejs- No curr no pa t urn quickly aud 1'erm nen!!y I he worst cava ( bonorrhoea and Gleet, n matter of how long stand' jug. Absolutely harm lees Sold by druKEisls. Prio JI.OI, or by ril, postpa'd ,T1 (.!, 3 boxes 2.75. THE SANTAl-PEPSIN CO. BCLLfcFONTAINE. OrVO. ELVEY & HULETT. AgenU A WONDER TO EVERYONE. i j You i'hould see the new place op posite th court Ik use. Lioks like' a palace- ilio prettiest place in tron. Tiny have just got a car of tmw furniture. Nice heavy mission rock ers, mistdon oak (lining tables aud I chairs, golden oak heavy flake, ju;t-tiT-sawcd dresser:-, buffet., leaded glass fronts, princess dressers, chif- ! fonieres, kitchen safes, kitchen cabi nets, the finest axminster 9x12 rugs in the town for the money; sold six last week. New linoleum, springs. inatresses, pillows. Can furnish your house with any grade of goods you desire, and our prices are in your reach. See our m; 10c and l"c coun ters. Nothing over L'5c. The place where you can get an arm load for a h1;;"" r. See us before you buy and lyou are our customer. Come in and rst- I,"k aru?a- a drink of ice water and if you have anything lto sel1 M us know- Wi" b"y every- illg. MASSIE & SONS, 114-16 West Washington Street, Phone Main 257. Ford Hotel Grill Open every night until 12 o'clock. Merchants Lunch' H'30 to 130 Short Orders fr,ora 7 a.m. to 8 P-m. DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOURS. Private rooms for ladles or parties. BANQUETS or SPREADS for all occasions. 1 1 I I I !"I"I HI 1 1111111 llllftt GOOD CONDITION: Starting Box. 10 II. P. 50 lights. II. P., 110 volts. It P., 500 volts. . motors. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 u 11 it 1 1 1 1 tZ Sporting Goods. 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n i nif 1 1 nYTiT Cloak and Suit House 1 Keweenaw 5 Osceola 112 Warren 7 American C Denn 5Vi Helvetia Quincy 95 Range . . 99 Syp. & Pitts 19 Granby 100 Nipissing 8 Wol. & Ariz 1 Greene Can 11 G. G. S 20 IJlngham SO Utah Cons 47 i Old. Dom .- 43 North Butte 6 Cal. & Ariz 122 Butte Coal 26 74 Shattuck 14 Ariz. Com'l 2771 Shannon lJv Globe Cons 5 B. II tn 31 ('umb.' Ely Hancock V4 Giroux 4 National 57 Sup. & Bos. ..: ! Butte Ariz 28 Davis Daly ; 274 J. F. O'BRIEN. THE CIRCUS COMING. No. 1 advance car of the Bai nuin & Bailey Greatest Show. on Earth, man- sued by Harry B. Graham and with Frank J. O'Donnell as contracting press agent, spent yesterday In the city blazing the trail for the arrival in three weeks of the big circus. The car carries a crew of twenty- five billposters, a boss billposter and a paste-iuaker, and wimc idea of the amount of work they do may be had from the fact that ten barrels of flour are used every day for paste. A week from today Car No. 2 will arrive for day's stay, and a week before the date of the show the third car will make its appearance, each with its separate crew of men and country brigades which do the billing in the surrounding country and neighboring towns. During the day Mr. O'Donnell railed at this office to emphasize tne fact that the Barnm and Bailey circus Is again giving a parade. "But not the old-fashioned parade, or anything like says Mr. O'Donnell. "but something altogether new in its line, which is proving one of the biggest surprises ever sprung by a circus. The entire equipment was built in Europe and 500 people from every corner of the earth tako part in it. Circus-goers will recall the brilliant street epecta- les that this circus used to give, but they are not a marker to this year's street display." Another big surprise is the mid -air somersault of two automobiles, ad vertised as "Autod that Pass in the Air." When the circus began its sea son at the Madison Square Garden in New York City this act created more talk than any thriller that has gone before. Speaking of business. Mr. O'Donnell says it is the biggest the show has ever done all along the line. The New York engagement even surpassed that at the London hippodrome. Will exhibit in Phoenix, Monday, September 28. Piano tuning. Call up nedewill's. New York Concord Grapes in a few days. McKees. j ,j i ,1 ; i ; ,h I t HH-frH--M"H-H- ji RobertsReslaarant f Short Orders a Specialty. Bar t Attached. Opposite Depot. T WICKENBURG, ARIZONA. ''illl 1 1 H....t..l..l M"1"M"M"K"M"H- i 1 1 11 till! 1 I M1 Mil I I I I I I r 4. T Get a Good Bowl of Coffee and i. QUICK LUNCH at the T GREEN FRONT DAIRY ? LUNCH f Wickenburg, Arizona. X JACK McQUAID. RELIABLE INFORMATION furnished on mines and prospects In country contiguous to Wickenburg and along A. & C. railroad. Addresf CHAS. F. GODDARD, Wickenburg; Arizona. "What a dunce I was." The remark came from a man who could have purchased property in Phoenix about two years ago for just half the price demanded for it today. He didn't buy. Others did, and made money. If you will look ahead a few years you will see values as much higher then than they are now as present values are above what they were a few years ago. Before you "dip in" see good lot 50x137' on East Adams street; a bargain at $530. Also 10 acres of nice land, all in alfalfa, close to town; a very good buy at $225 per acre. Other snaps. RENTING LOANS VntM MAI 0CK ERDMaaT JEAL ESTATE 4t INVESTMENT C(T 26 N.I2 ST. PHOENIX ARIZ VALLEY LANDS INSURANCE LOOK AHEAD Positively enrrH by these Little rills.. They also relievo Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty , Eating; A period rem edy for Dizziness, Nausea, DroTvsineEa, Bad, Taste la the Moula. Coated Tongue, Pain in the Ride, TOKI'ID LIVER. Tncy regulate tbe Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CI RE SICK HEADACHE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature GOME QUICK If you want a good home at bargain prices we have a num ber of them. GET BUSY. 'and get one before It is too late. I. H. KIPP & CO. Phone Main 128, 45 South Center Street. r j Til i r ANNOUNCEMENT This Is to announce to the public that my Ice and Cold Storage Warehouse which Is now In course of con struction will be Completed about September 14th and will lie ready to receive goods for com s-iorage tne same as in the pau In Addition to Jj This j I will be ready to supply to all who use Quantities of Ice this commodity at a PRICE which will be Right For further information, call or address W. H. CONSTABLE 401 West Jackson Street PHOENIX, ARIZONA. October ( Delineator V Now on Sale I RUBY HOSE CARTER'S OlTTLE llVER CARTERS fiTvTkFR l PILLS. GIRLS' HOSE "EI Real" hose for girls. Fine ribbed in black only. An excellent quality for girls. School wear, all sizes, 5 to 9 1-2. All at one price, per pair 25 For boys' school wear. They wear and wear, and wear; all sizes, 6 to 9 1-2 in the fine ribbed quality. Tiie Uic grade at all one I,rico 2ot SKIRTS, $3.45 New skirts of the new styles in Panama, Mohair and serge; colors black, greys, brown 'and novel ties, strictly tailored and perfect fitting, $3.75 and $6.73 grades for afo t UU. Ill NEW SHOES BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES We carry one of the best lines of school shoes for boys that Is made. The kind that stand good hard wear. Made in pat. colt, vici, box calf and gun metal, in all sizes. Prices from S1.50 to ss.oo o Boy's School Suits g Our line of School Suits, Shoes, Fur nishings and Hats are now complete and we're ready to fit up your boy for school opening. o School Suit, same as cut in che viots and mixtures, well made and re-inforced throughout. This suit is well worth $7.00. School opening price $5.00 An extra pair of Knickerbockers with each Suit. o o n Any pair Boy's o Knee Pants HALF PRICE YOU'LL DO BETTER AT fr l -H I 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 H. l... Standard Furniture Co. New and Second Hand Trunks, FYeczers, Refrigerators, Fruit Jars. kinds of Second Hand goods. i 42-34 W. Washington St it, i, ,, ,t, .a.. .faj. ,t, ; .g. ; NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Henry L. Shirk, deceased. : Notice is hereby given by the under- i j signed. Administrator of the Estate of . j Henry L. Shirk, deceased, to the crcili- ' tors of and all persons having claims ; j against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first : publication of this notice to the said j. I H. Langston, Administrator at the office of rinny and Langston, In the f'reighton Bldg., N. 1st Ave., City of i Phoenix, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said .'estate. In said County of Maricopa. ) J. H. Langston, j Administrator of the Estate of Henry K. Shirk, deceased. ! Dated this 25th day of August, 1908. STAR AND RUBY "our Are the two best brands sold in the valley. Can be purchased on the South Side of BIRCHETT BROS., T. J. PARRY, GOODWIN BROS, and A. A. CELAYA.Tempe or any store in Mesa. THE BEST ALWAYS' SCHOOL WEAR NECESSITIES "HYDE GRADE" Galatia, all colors, plain and stripped, also small figures, the best material for boys' school suits. At 20t WAISTS, $1.29 Of fine embroidered tussorine lawn trimmed in lace, all sizes elegantly made waist, were $2.00 and $3.00 each FOR SCHOOL AND FALL WEAR FALL 1908 Ladies' new fall tan lalf Gibson tie Oxford, with rib bon lace, and welt sole, a very nobby shoe. Price .... for S3.50 o o regular OUTFITTERS TO MEN AND BOYS. 1 I 1 V Mi I 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 I 1 1 1 11 11 Suit Case?, Telcscoies, Ice Cream We pay highest prices for all TeL Main 351. I 1 M l .;..M 1 i l M. .4 Are You Next to Poller's Mosquito Dope It Does Keep the Skeeters Away. You get what you ask for at THE BEAR DRUG STORE Opposite City Hall. Telephone Main 93. POTTER & ROZIENE, Props. ;u.it.Nt, Krops. n FOR SALE. Orange land, large or small tracts. Alfalfa land. Improved and raw. Land for cantaloupe and truck gardening Houses and lots, any part of city, MORFORD & BARR. 4 West Adams St. October Delineator i NowonSale PERCALES "Punjab" percales, in. wide, light and dark col ors; its the best quality for school waists, and w-ill out wear all other ,ieccs Special at ...5 S1.S9 j TRAMP LAST 1908 Ladies' pat colt blucher cut lace boot made on the new tramp last, with welt sole. The up-to-date boot fall wear. Trice qq Indian Blankets, Pof- t tery, Moccasins, Bead Work,Silverwareefc. t :! The Navajo Curio ii 12 North Center Street. ! MM H' 111111 t'M' M 1 H 1 OFF FOR A SPIN. and with the certain l.nowlcdga that the overhauling we have giv en your car will remove the pos sibility of any ordinary break down. No matter what your ma chine may need In the way of sup plies ne furnish It In the best quality, on the spot, and at low prices Deal with us once aid ' you'll always do so. SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. Phone Main 345 225-229 W. Wash. St E. W. BACON. Manager. Preserves Preserves Preserves RICHELIEU 20 oz. in Glass Regular 50c Size This Week 25c One Week Only We Appreciate and Desire to Thank the Pub lic for Their Lib eral Patronage Given Our Rich elieu Jelly Sale Last Week Our New Location 1st Avenue and Adams St. E. S. Wakelin Grocer Co. GOOD PLUMBING Serves you right, saves you trouble. Our work is neat, is personally guar anteed. Let us figure on yourwork; it means mon ey to you; satisfaction too. Phone Black Johnson & Rernsbottom Practical Plumbers. 2' X. Second Street.