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TIIE AIUZOXA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY HORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1908.
LARGEST DAIRY GOAT 2g3 S3 ttx-z Ml fill HERD III AMERICA MADE IN NEW YORK. t ft The Wise Dealer who is anxious to please his trade sells CONTRACT 5-cent Cigars. He pays more for it, but he holds his customers and makes new ones. A new idea in cigar-making-by which the smoker is the principal gainer. The only 5-cent cigar with a genuine long leaf Havana filler. A fragrant, delightful smoke. Ask for one today. EVERY GENUINE CONTRACT NOW BANDED. ROTHENBERG & SCHLOSS CIGAR CO. Albuquerque - New Mexico. IS It l Located Only Three Miles North Of Castle Hot Springs in Yavapai County, Arizona. X I . r rrasW.. .r. Hl ' - f--- PIANOS All of the best makes at the new location of Wiley THE B. Allen Company. A. R. Taverner, our Piano Tuner. References: Arizona School of Music. WEST WASHINGTON ST. P. C. Paddock, Manager. I P. E. Champie from his ranch near (Castlo Hot Springs, is in the- city at tending a meeting of the Amerlcan ; Swiss Milk Goat Co., of Arizona, com i posed of C. E. Champie, Geo. Hageman ; and others of this city. This enter prise took permanent shape about the first of August. la-st, when the articles of agreement were entered Into and signed by the above named parties. who have formed their new venture In to a close corporation no stock or shares to be sold. " The herd now consists of over 200 good half breed Angora-Mohair milk goats, and seven Imported thorough bred Swiss doe's and four thoroughbred imported! Swiss bucks, consisting of one Schwatzenburg, one Toggenliurg and two fine Saanen Billies. Their they believe to be the largest regular established milk goat farm In the United States or all America for that matter. This farm Is located ubout 3 I miles north of Ca-stle Hot Springs in Yavapai county, Arizona, near the Champie Angora goat ranch. The ob ject of this company Is to not only bring forward the utility and adapti bility of the goat as a means of a wholesome home milk supply on farms and suburban homes, but to also pro mote milk goat dairies, and the breed ing of goats for larger milk produc tion. This movement Is strictly a part from the Angora savit Industry or Mohair production. Angora goats are not noted for large milking qualities, but what they do produce is invariably of very high quality In percentage of ca selne and butter fat. The immunity of goats from tuberculosis is doubtless a point that will tell greatly in their favor in the future. In all Europe they are esteemed, especially among the peasantry, as a safe and economical means of home milk supply. The members of this company believe that this industry has been over looked in this country, partly on account of the foolish prejudice that prevails against goats, due some times to their vagrant habits and the some times mischievous character of the male There is now at West Hartford, Conn and in several other eastern cities reg ularly organized milk goat keepers as sociatlon for dissiminating information among their members regarding th care, utility and breeding of the milk goat. m if A Correctly Styled Business Suits a The New York business man is noted the world over for the grace and style of his clothes. The "Benjamin" Lafayette and Poole suits are being worn today by the best dressed men in New York. Their style is authoritative. The "Benja min" label guarantees that, for it means they were made in the Benjamin work rooms by the leading tailoring organiza tions in the fashion centre of the world for men's clothing. The prices are very modest. ha 2 v mem C0PYRI0MTll 9088' Fill IJ Ai. jfclsfftij Am mmmMmmt -- -Ofc Vita Nuevo Mineral Springs & BiLoZone Med. Co. Generous Offer to the Sick of Phoenix V.'e will treat all cases, chronic or acute, from $3.00 per month and up, with all advice and medicine furnished. We successfully treat the following diseases: Incipient Tuberculosis, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Catarrh in any form. Rheumatism, Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Stomach Troubles, Sick Heaadihe, Malaria, Enemia, Con stipation, I.iver Troubles, Gall Stones, Ii!od Disorders, no matter from what cause, Sliin Diseases. Consultation FREE by our Dr. Aiton, the eminent Physician and Surgeon. 20 years' experience. , V,'e give no irugs. Office hours: 9 to 11 a.m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 v p.m. East Adams St. Phone Red 2421. ALSO DRINK OUR SPARKLING Mrs. Potter told the convention o ladies that her doctor said that good coffee properly made would not hurt any one. She said to buy Kolger' Clolden Gate whole roast, have th grocer -grind it, or grind it ut home. THE PRISON AGAIN OPENS FOR SPENCER The Blackmailer Who Appeared Phoenix Last Summer Doing Time at Leavenworth. VI-TO-ZOSME Delicious Table Water; health in every drop; at all dealers, or Vito Neuvo Mineral Springs office, 33 E. Adams St. Phone Red 2421. Ask about it. Vita Nuevo Mineral Springs & BMoZone Med. Co. .tiiiwnuLiimJSOlBailllBa THE WHITE STEAMER We have secured the agency for the White Steamer, the prize winning machine that has no equal. A carload will be here between Dec. 1st and 10th, consisting of TWO 5-PASSENGER CARS ONE 7-PASSENGER CAR The- are beauties see them sure. THE TOURIST. We have ready for demonstration a number of Tourist Cars, standard machines of proven merit. Let us talk over Automobile buying with you. It will pay you. Phoenix Automobile Co., ARTHUR AINSWORTH, Manager. Corner Fourth Avenue and Washington Street. WW J 4wwwM'i:ilw'll!I"l"l'!"!"l i n n 1 1 h h V 4 We carry a fresh, clean stock of Groceries. Give us more of We carry a fresh, clean stock of Groceries, your business. REUTER GROCERY COMPANY Xext to the New Tork Store. Phone Main 3. 230 E. Washington St A man by the name of Spencer or Cameron, invaded Phoenix last sum mer representing himself to be a Chin ese Interpreter connected with the lm migration service of the port of New York. His business here he said was not official. He was on a tour of re creation. He would disdain though to look into the mining business a little. ! He started one or two deals but noth jing came of them. He frequented Chinatown a great deal, and one day he went before the city and county au thorities demanding that a raid be made on the Chinese quarter where he said opium smoking and gambling were in full blast. The matter was investigated and it was learned from China Dick, the ma yor of Chinatown, that Spencer had made a demand upon the colony for money and when it was refused he went away threatening to have that section pulled. About that time Spencer left town and soon after an Inspector from the immigration service came here and be gan making inquiries about him. He had his record for several years, but for some months he had been lost sight of. Suencer was only one of a half dozen aliases and he had served alto gether fourteen years in7different peni tentiaries, in every case but one for impersonating a federal official. Most of this service had been in coast prisons, but Spencer had lately been east and had been traced as far west at San Antonio, Tex., where he was kept under espionage for a time. He was not then wanted for any crime ;but the government was merely watch ing him. He purchased a ticket for El Paso, but left the train at some Inter mediate point and thus the officers lost track of him. He came to the surface In Phoenix. Leaving here he went to Tucson where he disappeared again. Word was re ceived yesterday that there will be no trouble in locating Mr. Spencer any time within the next year and a half. Mail addressed to him at Leavenworth federal prison will be promtply deliv ered. He had been convicted In Kan sas City of personating a Chinese interpreter. Ti He spoke the Chinese language flu ently and at one time naa ncia some position In the service. TmS SuEBWlM-WlLUAMS PAINTS IT IS A FACT THAT YOU CAN MAKE A 3AV ING BY USING SHERWIN WIL LIAMS PAINTS. CALL AND GET COLOR CARDS AND IN FORMATION AT RYDER'S LIMBER YARD PHOENIX, TEMPE, GLENDALE. Very finest potatoes, $1.50 per cwt. by the sack. McKee's. o Fancy Burbank potatoes per cwt J1.60. Williams Grocery Co., phone Main 173. OF NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION PARTNERSHIP Notice Is hereby given that the Co partnership heretofore existing between K. A. Spaulding and W.C. Rinard, un der tho firm name of the Spaulding Rinard Co., is dissolved by mutual con sent, o Don't go dry for the want of a good New York sweet apple elder at the Melczer Brothers Company. Only sev- entv-flve cents per gallon. FARM LOSS ENORMOUS THROUGH SAIL WASH Denison, Tex., Nov. 18. (Special correspondence of The Republican.) The farmers of the "United! States lose each year in soil washed from their land enough to pay the entire ex penses of the national government at Washington, declared Congressman J. T. Watkins of Louisiana today in an address before the Congressional Red River Improvement association, which is holding its second annual conven tion in this city. Mr. Watkins made a strong plea for forest preservation and waterway Improvement and ad vanced some startling figures regard ing the rate at which the national resources are being exhausted. "From the soil which is washed from the land and the caving of the river banks one billion tons of silt accumulate in our river beds annual ly," he said. "This soil is the most fertile part of the land and it is worse than wasted. It is not only lost for all practical purposes, but forms an Impediment to navigation in making sand bars, catching logs and filling up the channel of the stream, often causing it to go entirely dry. 'While millions of dollars' worth of levees have caved and washed into the river, this does not constitute the main expense of this soil wash. It is usually the virgin soil which first washes Into the streams. This vir gin soil usually produces more abun dantly than commercial fertilizers. If commercial fertilizers are worth $20 per ton and we should estimate this soil which is washed off of the land at the same value, we see that there is lost twenty billion dollars every year. If the value should ne di vided by twenty the loss would still be one billion dollars enough to pay the entire expenses of the national government, including the executive, the legislative and the judicial departments. When a man puts a ton of com mercial fertilizer on a piece of land and it Is washed away by a single ! freshet, he realizes his loss and begins . measures to circumvent a recurrence, j But when the surface of his soil is i being gradually destroyed by erosion, he neither plants shrubs or terraces i his land to prevent it. There has been a time when he could move his ' new ground from field to field simply by clearing, it, but that time has ' passed. The primitive settler had one hundred and sixty acres of land given j to him by the government for a home, j His four children each inherited for- ! ty acres of this from him. But his grandchildren will not have enough land upon which to make a living and the public lands of the govern- j ment are practically exhausted, at l least so far as they are adapted to . agricultural pursuits. It becomes nec- j essary for each land owner to con- serve In every possible way all the land which he owns. One of the gryut problems before today the ' born will enjoy the oil, gas and coal shall be no more. COFFEE Good is so good and poor is so poor; have Schilling's Best tomor row. Year rrecer renmu rear aeaey If ri teal Oke ib par hint the American people Conservation of our National Re sources.' In solving these problems the question of reservoirs at the head ; waters of our streams will play an ' important part. When these reser- ; vnirs art rnnui -uotc.i v. i 1 will be so regulated as to enable the marsh lands to be more readily drain ed. That these lands will eventnallv be reclaimed there can be no doubt. ' as it is evident that our population J will increase to two hundred million j within fifty years and enterprises of j all kinds, having for their object the development of our national resources i will be Inaugurated and these lands, j when redeemed, will add millions of Very finest potatoes, J1.S0 per cwt. wealth to our natural resources. :Dy the sack. McKee's. "The water courses of this country ! n are capable of producing energy suf- NAVAJO INDIAN BLANKETS, ficient to generate thirty million j Special sale. Large assortment, horse power of electrical force. This ; priCes right and goods genuine. Miller force can be distributed over the : sterling Co.. 9-U E Washington. entire area of this country. When our timber Is exhausted for the pur- wT,f "I" .and Ur. CaI B"e When th. evening, .r. co.r nit r m.r streams to sup- I boy, b in to ply motive power in the form of elec- r-t... ui. r.- . j tricity with which to propel our en- ; AmJ ru,M . H . i,,u luiiiiii iigm unu neat, anil while our forests are being renewed we must look to our vanishing supply of iron to perform many of those functions now performed by wood. 'No individual, no local or state government can utilize our navigable treams for profti to the detriment of navigation. The national government will not improve them except for purposes of navigation, and as the growing forests, the building of le vees, drainage and revetments will tend to improve navigation, it is evi dent that we must look to the na tional government to protect our streams from destruction. As an in cident to this protection, locks and dams are necessary, and through them the electrical power will be gen erated, which generations now un- SALE. I For one week only, new wood seat i chairs, 75c and 85c, Iron beds, full i sized, 3.50. MORDEN'S BIG 2ND HAND STORE 401 E. Washington SL i It 1. Crystallized Cactue Candy, i That make. th. vworld Mem bright, j Then keep a box handw j Of Crystallized Canoy To keep you feeling right. I And if there i. a girl expecting I That you will call tonight, If you want a kiss that I I. brim full of bliss, get A package of Crystallized Candy At Donofnbf It will pay you v see Th. Light Bi cycle, with Baley Non Skid Tires be fore you buy a bike. Reading. Stand ard, Light, Curtis. & Indian Motorcy cles. .Tires, Sundries and Repairing. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. Phone Red 537. 31 So. 1st Ave, ELKS' THEATRE Tuesday, Nov. 24 Massie & Sons Have just received a carload of new Iron Beds. They have beautiful Springs and Wire Cots. Nice Mattresses. Also a nice lot of new Dressers just received. We have a new line of nice Ingrain Art Squares besides the 9x12 Ax minster Rugs in the Oriental design. Comforts, Blankets, Pillows, Mattresses for the bedroom. New goods arriving daily. 50 new Stand and Center Tables just arrived. Buffets, Extension Tables. Come and try our Rockers; select one for your parlor. See the 5c and 10c counters. We will buy all your Second Hand Furniture. Bring -us your old Carpenter Tools. MASSIE & SONS. 114 W. Washington St. Phone Main 257 DODGE & WRAY Present the New York ver sion of "TheDevil" A metropolitan cast of well known players, with Mr. Harry Ieighton as The Devil and Miss Laura Hudson as The Wife. A perfect produc tion in every detail. Prices: Orchestra, J1.50 and $1.00; balcony, $1.50 and $1.00; gallery, 15c. Boxes: Lower. $10.00; upper, $8.00. Seats on sale at Boehmer's drug store Monday at 9 a.m. HOhow. oLMixKtTS AND ROBES. Our big new shipments of Fall and Winter Blan kets and Robes will please you. They are pretty and the best made. Get one now. The prices are way down, and it will increase your pleasure in driving. VEHICLES We have new shipments of every description. See our makes and our styles. Beauties for driving pleasure. The most durable heavy Wagons manu factured for ranching or freighting. MONEY SAVED. We know we c:.n save you money on any kind of vehicle and the makes are standards. Remember we make our own Saddles and Har ness. All kinds of repair work done. See our stock get our prices. Collings Vehicle & Harness Co 32-34 East Adams St. DP3P YOUR MONEY Into the purchase of a sack of Per fect flour and you'll get Its value back again In better bread and more of it. Between two bags of flour there may be little or no difference in appearance. But use revals that one Is far superior to the other. The Perfect flour always gains by com parison with other brands. Order a sack and see for yourself. VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. I"M"H' II It I 1 III IH II 1 I I I 1th 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 2561. Residence, 1119 W. Fillmore St Office, Five Points. Phoenix. II I lilt I Ml I I I I I I 1 I I J MOHN & DRISCOLL I J FUNERAL I W ! AnHSSaBaanilBaBBBBlanBEasi I' f 1 '