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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, ' SATURDAY 3IORNIXG, SOVE3IRER 21, 1908.
0 ' ' ' ' r FOR RENT We have the largest and best assortment of guns for rent in the city. REMING TON, WINCHESTER and MARLIN latest models, re peaters; ITHACA and REM INGTON double barrel, ham merless guns of higher qual ity than rented by others. Our ammunition is as fresh as it is possible to purchase in the city. We carry all standard loads and sizes in U. M. C loaded, and Selby shells. Davidson's Cash Store Phoenix, Ariz. The Qaesion Of... Eyes 6 How often have yo ftsKed your self the question. "IX tiy eyes need help? ' Do my glasses need chang ing?" Why not settle it today by coming in and letting me test them fir you? Glasses are not recom nundid if not needed. DR. E. MUNSON Optician IIS W. Washington St HONESTY Honesty in prescription work is our watchword. However much we may know about medicines we never pit our knowledge against that of your doctor. You can bring your prescription E to us, knowing that you will get just whut your doctor has or dered, and that, too, at a price that will suit you. LARSON DRUG CO. N. V. Cor. Center and Wash ington Sta. You Must Stop TOR A COOL ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. Patronize Home In dustry. Help me ; and . save money, : too, by buying your 1 Trunk, Suit Case or Bag at the PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 433 W. Washington St. Tel. Red 8394. Old Trunks taken in exchange. AWARDED First Premium ARIZONA TERRITORIAL FAIR, 1908. ' OLIVE O.L. RIPE OLIVES. GREEN OLIVES. OUR "OLIVETTE BRAND" OLIVE OIL, RIPE AND GREEN OLIVES HAVE TAK EN FIRST PREMIUM FOR THE FOUR YEARS OF THE TERRITORIAL FAIR. : HUNGER BROS. COMPAN Y H-4-HI 1 1 1 1 ! I I II I HI II 1 H-H Daily Weather Report I Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. I Forecast stor today: Fair. . 6:30 B:30 a.m. Barometer, inches 30.06 p.m. 29.56 6S 40 37 W 2 .0 X Temperature, degrees 54 Dow point, degrees ..4 Humidity, per cent .67 Wind direction NE Wind velocity, miles 4 Rainfall, inches 0 Weather .Pt. Cldy. Cloudy Mean daily humidity S2 Mean dally' temperature ......CO Highest temperature "1 Ivest temperature 50 Total daily rainfall 00 X Accumulated deficiency in T temperature since January . 1, X US degrees. Accumulated excess in -rainfall T since January 1, 157 inches. L. N. JESUNOFSKY, Section Director. 1 Ml lll I I I-H-H-'M-M-'H-H f OF LOCAL INTEREST V. J CERTIFICATES OF ELECTION The board of supervisors yesterday is sued certificates of election to all tlfe candidates who received at the late county election a plurality of the votes cast. On account of the way things turned out there will hardly be a no ticeable change about the court house. DISTRICT COURT Yesterday was! the time set for the trial of Charles Dixon indicted for an assault upon j George Duval! with intent to murder, j A motion, v as made for a continuance on the ground that a material witness ! for the defense was now in California, j A continuance was granted until De cember 22. Ii S JUDGE DUFTON James Duf- ! ton of Tucson, formerly a resident of Phoenix is in the city. He was chosen j justice of the peace for Tucson pre- ! einct by practically a unanimous vote. I He had an endorsed nomination. Mr. Dufton has had the misfortune since j he was last here to lose half of his left fore arm. the result of a gun shot wound in the hand. For weeks his , death of Mood poisoning was feared. A CONTEST SPECIAL The P.araca class social held at the Baptist church Thursday night was another success . as all of the fifty and more who were j present will testify. Though this was really a "Contest Social" consisting of i threading the needle, dictation contest. ; nurses contest etc., there were several musical selections and other items of j interest which made all present glad j that they were there and those of the j class that could not attend regretted ! that they could not do so. j MAXWELL TO SPEAK AT Y. M. I C. A. The Y. M. C. A. meeting will be held at the usual hour on Sunday, namely, three p.m. Ceo. H. Maxwell will speak on the subject of "Construc tive Christianity." AH who know Mr. Maxwell or have heard him speak, do nofneed to be told that an interesting and instructive treat awaits thorn. The new male quartette will render two or three numbers. An Invitation is heart -ilv extended to all men o bp present. The meeting will be ln-ld in the Cen. tral M. E. Church, South, opposite the post office. HOLOCUST IN HIS STOMACH In the city jail there is a young man who is a walking heiroglyphic to the medi cal profession. His name is Antonio Klores and he asserts that there is a vast conflagration raging in his stom ach. He drinks large quantities of water to quench the holocaust, but says it does no good. The fire breaks out again and rages as fiercely as ever. "I'm going to keep him another day and see what happens. I can't make out whether he has bats in his belfry or just plain old dyspepsia in his stomach,"says the marshall. TENT HOUSES IN CITY Persons who anticipate the erection of tents or tent houses within the city limits should take the trouble to read the city ordinance concerning them. Two tent houses that were being moved to a lot on North Seventh street two blocks jorth of the car line, will have to be moved away within 24 hours. The owner, who said the houses were wanted for storage purposes only, was notified by the city marshal to move the houses. Tent houses already erect ed in the city will be permitted to re main, but no new ones can be built. A SUIT FOR DAMAGES Suit wn-s begun in district court yesterday by Nettie Kimball against J. A. II. Irvine. The plaintiff who resides northeast of the city is the owner of a traet of ground and was the owner of several stands of bees and all the implements NOW CANDIDLY, DON'T YOU WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR ' BOOK-KEEPING METHODS We have the best Loose Leaf Devices. McNEIL CO. Opposite Court House. that belong t a well conducted upij'.ry She snys that last September the dt fendant who is the owner of an ad Joining tract of ground started a fire on his own premises and through neg ligence lost control of it with the re sult that she was put out of business. Her damage is placed at $400. WASHINGTON VISITOR Mrs. W. H. Liltlepage is In the cily for a short stay, being on a tour of inspection of the various reclamation projects In the west. She is employed at an assist ant to C. J. Illancliard, the statistician of the reclamation service, and came here from Yuma. WARNING TO TURKEY RAISERS Those engaged in raising turkeys should arrange to keep them under lock and key at night or ride herd on them, for of all seasons now is the time they are most apt to be carried away by prowling varmints with two or moro lees. Most turkey fanners may be aware of this but mention Is m.ule for the benefit of the careless ones, the inspiration coming from The Hi publican's rural correspondents w ho reort various incidents of unaccount able losses. ELECTRIC THEATER SOUVEN- lIRS The Electric theater, located on "Theater Row," has conceived a happy Idea for pleasing the ladies and chil dren who attend the regular Saturday matinee, tht will give matinee souv enirs to children and ladies who attend their regular Saturday nmtinee which runs from 2:30 until 4:30. Today they will present that beautiful picture "The City of Naples," and among other pic tures will show the Lions ISride, par ticular mention mav be made of the i latter, as it deals out a moral story, in teresting in its theme and characteriz ed by dramatic incidents that touch the heart nnd makes food for thought for everyone. Fall Shoes &ie Ready Sir: A splendid show ing of Shoes of un usual Merit. U.DIEHL SHOE COMPANY CONE EAST R. A Davie of Ihc Southwestern Sugar anil Land com pany left last night via llin southern route for a stay of a couple of weeks in New York on business. ' NEW NOTARIES Among the re cent appointments of the governor are the following named new notaries pub lic: M. ('. High of liisbee, Frank J Duffy of Nugales. H. !. Wilkinson of Phoenix, Mrs. Mary A. lioyil of Wick enburg, Mrs. Hellc Maver of Mayer. Roy Kirkpatrick of Clohe and .Miss Dorothy Uilall of Tucson. RETURNING PILGRIMS Quite a number of the delegates to the Ma sonic grand lodge sessions in Prescott, returned to Thoenix yesterday, among them being Dr. J. M. Suetnam and Frank Thomas of this city Vnd A. L. (Irow- and C. W. Hicks onroute to their homes in Tombstone. Mr. Hicks' is treasurer-elect of Cochise county, one of tl)e republicans who rode in on the recent landslide down that way. GONE TO ORACLE If some of the Phoenix "vacationists" do not hurry up their time schedules on summer outings they will lose a lap in the race and find themselves somelay con fronting two annual vacations at once. A. V. Iiutz, chief clerk in the audi tor's, office lias gone to oracle on his annual summer vacation. Oracle is not-mI for being a nice cool place in the aurnmer nnd is equally as cool In the winter. Mr. Iiutz is destined to find a cool place to spend his vacation even, if he did have to wear his over coat To l;err warm when he left here. HAiRY-TAFFE PINCHED H. A. Ti'ffe was bragging yesterday about how he got pinohed during fair week and the newspapers never heard about it. Vitli two visiting friends from Globe he started for the fair grounds the night of the fireworks. The car j was so badly crowded they were riding on the lower step and hanging on by their eyebrows. A drunken man came I by driving a team rapidly and brushed ! the car fo closely a wagon wheel cut a 'gash eeveral Indies long In the calf of or.e of the Globe men and Jolted the j knee cap of tlio other one. The hub of ;the wheel slid along the step several feet making a cushion of Mr. Taffc's left foot, which protected the delicate structure of the street car and the wa gon, though it almost pinched his toes off. They went on to the grounds, but ; suffered so badly of their injuries that they soon returned to the city for ' treatment. Their feet were so badly swollen they could hardly get their 'shoes off nnd Mr. Taffe says his foot was as black as his hat. It was four days before he could step on it again. He say? that according to all the rules jof si.rgery with which he is familiar it jwas his duty to have his leg cut off and he would have done so, only he (did not want the story to get Into the i papers. However, if he can find the ' man who was driving that wagon : there, will be a story really worth pub lishing, as noon as he get that foot I limbered up a little more. ' PRESCRIPTIONS MEDICINES ; KOIl ' SLIGHT ILLS OR? SERIOUS SICKNESS SIMPLE OR THE MOST COMPLEX PRESCRIPTIONS ARE PUT t'P BY US CARE FULLY SCIENTIFICALLY AND ARE PURE AND POTENT. Say to the Clerk "I saw it in The ' Republican" Out of town folks, tend HAND MADE STOCK SAD DLES, LARGEST and BEST LINE IN TERRITORY. ALL KINDS, ALL PRICES. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington St. Telephono Red 131. Mischievoui Autumn Work. I am sorry to say that much of the late autumn work that I see going on is purely mischievous. Why on earth should a man or a woman run a lawn mower in OctolM-r; or why should they rake the beautiful brown leaves out of the grass, and burn them? Nature sprinkles these leaves all over the lawns as a protection against the cold of winter, and I would have re moved only those which gather In heaps, or possibly lie so thickly as to smother the grass. Nature works all Rummer weaving at millions of looms, to shade us and the earth, and when the work is done she shakes off the leaves to keep the earth warm during the zero weather. It is a wonderful gift, and that man is a fool who re jects" it. Leaves not needed on the lawn should be gathered for the com post pile; others to be used as bed ding in the stables; and still others to hank the buildings, und cover the floors of the chicken room and the apple cellar if these are under the barn. In all sorts of ways autumn leaves are money-savers and money- m-ilrnru ami vnt T think thrtt nver I half of these brown beauties are burned that is, of those that fall near our villages. If I had no other use for them I would pull off my shoes, just as I did when a boy, and kick through the piles along the hedges and in the swale. Then I would throw myself dow on them and smell the delicious odor of beech and maple and busswood. I would let a little of the poetry that is floating loose through the world go into my sold, and I would keep up my boy life. From "Closing the Farm," by M P. Powell, in the Outing Magazine for November. o Director Hornaday's. Elk Skin Hunt ing Shirt Looked Good to Forked-Gun. On this trip I wore for the first time, and with outrageous pride, a very good elk skin hunting shirt, which was generously bedecked with fringe. Before we left Corhett, my acquaintance with Forked-Gun had progressed far enough that one morn ing he flung decorum to the mountain breeze, and took the sleeve of my shirt gently but firmly between his dusky thumb and finger. "Heap good!" he exclaimed; and his eyes beamed it. HH:-H-W-H-HH-WH "When the Leaves Begin to Turn" Nature Is taking on a new'dress and all mankind Is doing likewise. Fall and Winter attire is the topic of the day. No season within our recollection has been so prolific In the diversification of Ready-to-Wear -Suits as the present one. We have chosen' the best models from the greatest designers. A gathering of styles that surpasses any show Ing we liave ever made. Suits $15.00 to $40.00 The McDougall & Cassou Co Clothing, Shoes, Hats tmd Men's Furnishings. Phone Main ONE 5 and 7 East Washington Elvey & Hulett, Quality Druggists Never Substitute ui your Drug order. M"M' I t MIIIU1I1 H IM H t i Cram's Have It f LET US SELL YOU A WATERMAN. 'Waterman's Fountain Pens will give you genuine pleasure. T They never leak and save a great deal of time. We have a X large variety. CHAIN'S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. t 11-13 N. Cantor St. Phono Black 8071. i l l 1 M"i"M" 1 i 1 IlH,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. Something New We have a special blend in Tea which is new to Phoenix people. It has an excellent flar and is win ning trade everywhere. Try a pound. Call for "Bower's Sture Blend." Our Teas are getting famous. We fur nish people of other towns. We can prove it. Are you from Missouri. Ilcmember we guarantee all our goods. Valley Tea & Coffee Honse 131 N. Center St "Cheyenne," I answered affably, as became the proud possessor of a thing desired by some one sle. "Mo like 'um, heap!" said Forked Gun, earnestly. "Me buy "um!" "You like 'um have Crow squaw make 'um." "Huh!- Pquaw no good! You sell 'um me! How much?" "Me no sell 'cm," said I." "Keep "em." "Yes! Me huy 'um Fort Custer. You sell 'um me! How much?" For a third time, like Caesar, I put the offer aside, undecided whether to be annoyed or amused. The Idea of a lary Crow Indian, with a voice like a bull buffalo, wanting to buy a buck skin shirt literally "off of" a white man seemed rather droll. While I puzzled over It,' Robertson exclaimed hilariously: "The old coffee-cooler thinks that a white man will sell even the shirt off his back for money and to an In dian!" I sat down on a bed roll, to turn It over in my mind, and presently dis covered that I had been Insulted; but by the time I found it out, Forked Gun had rung off, and I had lost my chance to resent it. From "Golden Days on the Shoshone Mountains," by William T. Hornaday, in the Novem ber Scrihner's, FOR $5.00 WE'LL SEND YOU THIS SWITCH. It's an elegant extra large huiwin hair switch hand mado in our own work rooms. We have it in all shades and can perfectly match any hair. When ordering en close clipping of your hair for matching.i Weaver Jackson Co. 443 S. Broadway Los Angeles Cal. KODAKERY Developing, Printing, Enlarging, Framing, Miller-Sterling Company 9-11 . Washington St., Successor, to E. L. Andrews A Son. " The Store thaf Carries the Stock Fire PYROCIDE, THE KING OF FIRE KILLERS, is the best protection and cheapest Insurance. One tube of Pyrocide has a FIRE FIGHTING EFFICIENCY EQUAL TO 500 PAILS OF WATER OR 50 GALLONS OF LIQUID CHEMICAL. Aslc us about it or send for descr";tlve bookleL TALBOT & HUBBARD Hardware Store Ki 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 nimii 1 1 1 1 Home of GUNTHER'S WORLD FAMOUS CANDIES Strctly Fresh - - - All Sizes Adams Pharmacy A. H. MILLER, Mgr IN HOTEL ADAMS f Ml IM I I I ! I I I I I I I f HMMW"HIWIWMHIMMM PocKet Knives PEARL AND STAG HANDLED VERY CHEAP 4 Long Hardware Co. Oenter Street Hardware Store X ,. , , ,, ,H-w--H-4-H-fr-rr ! I'M- GAME SEASON Is now open, and our stock is larger and better than ever before. Berryhill's Big Book Store "THE THIRSTY MAN'S RE TREAT." APPLES OLD FASHIONED EASTERN APPLES ARIZONA APPLES CALIFORNIA APPLES Wetzler's Gash Grocery 35 West Washington Street Remember our phone number la RED 3391. .H'-H'W-H--M:--- -Big Shipment of- Hand Painted China - Just in. See the line of plates we are showing F. A. Hilderbran & Co., I 10-12 West Wash. Sr.", FROM A TO Z Let us do the work from start to finish and you will be delighted. s Protection To the owner of a country home, or one remote from fire protection, this is a serious problem. J t i nun i m 1 1 hiihi i, Pure Drugs We Are Proud of our fine display of Thanksgiving Jewelry which is now on exhibition. We have everything that makes the table attractive on Thanksgiving Day and we have just what you want. Come in early and make your selec tion while we have a full stock. 6 and 8 East Washington St. AT GIVE US A C0MIMEN TARY ORDER j Brick Codfish, per lb 1J5 New Pink Beans, per lb...."? New Navy Beans, 4 lbs..-2o New Lima Beans. 5 lbs...23 EAT EMPRESS FLOUR. Coupons in every bag. Searchligtot Matches, 6 box- 23f California Matches, 6 pack- affps 23 Iarge Fat Mackerel 1JS? Salmon Bellies 12 12C We hrive Heinz Sauerkraut in bulk. inc. 3 lbs. for 25 50 to 60 Prunes 12 12c 0. W. Williams Grocery Go 42 No. First Ave. Phone Main 173 ArizonaCleaning&DyeWorks 235 EL Washington. Phone Blk. 2031. THE PALACE ' PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Strictly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest Bar and Club rooms in the Southwest. BROW, SMITH I BELCHER PROPRIETORS. - '-; Phoenix, Ariz.