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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN,' SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1909.
WANT! DAIRYMEN ATTENTION. Geo. X. Marshall Co., 'owners of the Hassay ampa Creameries, want milk for cheese and cream for butter. We will pay one cent more per pound of butter-fat than any other creamery in Phoenix pars for milk for the same purposes, from Feb. 20th, lMi), to April 1st, 1909. We always 'pay cash on pay day and we do not pt you off with hot air or two or three checks payable at some later date. Aug. Hegelund, Mgr. ' GREAT BARGAIN OFFERED III PRECIOUS STONES Sold For Less Than Half Their Value at Balke's Big Curio Store. ' Here is something of which compar atively few people in Phoenix . are aware of, for little has even been Paid about it. That is, that the Balke Big Curio store has one of the largest storks of the so-called semi-precious stones in the entire country. They consist of the turquoise, clear and ma trix: the Arizona garnets, and the opal, fire and matrix. The turquoise matrix is the surrounding shell in which the stone was found and it is lined with veins of gold The opal matrix is also the covering of the opal. These opals come from the mines near Querutaro, the place where Max imilian was executed, the most famous opal mines in the world. There is on exhibition at the palace of the gov ernor at Querataro what is said to be the finest collection of opals in existence, worth hundreds of thou sands of dollars. There are single stones worth more than J2.000. All the stones in the collection at the I3ig Curio store were selected by Mr. Balke and are guaranteed to be per fect. The price for any of them is lesa than half what they could be bought for at any Jewelry store. If one has an old brooch or a ring from which the stone has been lost, now is the time to replace it with something beautiful and artistic, at a nominal cost. There is such a great variety in size of the stones that one can be found to fit anything. Some people have a superstition about opals. Somebody once started a story that to most people they bring ill luck. Mr. Ealke vouches for the fact that the contrary Is true. It cannot be de nied that his business has prospered immensely and his great prosperity has come since he made this large col lection of opals a part of his stock. Nothing that is really beautiful can be unlucky, and no opals were ever more beautiful than these. NEW CITY DIRECTORY CHECK ON CENSUS The Fact of Its Availability Will Be Brought to the Attention of the Board of Trade. ' FOR SALE. SO acres joining townsite of Glendale at only $125 ier acre if sold before Tuesday. This is greatest snap in val ley. See us at once before too late. VALLEY REALTY COMPANY. 34 West Adams. At the next meeting of the board of trade, there will be brought up probably the matter of having the data secured in the present canvass for the City Directory prepared fo; use next year as a check against the federal census. Next year is the census year, and it. is the misfortune of Phoenix that it is taken in the summer, for one thing, and for another, that usually men totally unfitted for the work are chosen for it. As a result, the last census gave Phoenix 5,000 people, when it had all of 10,000. The present canvass gives Phoenix over 20,000 how much over will not be known until Mr. Buck ' complete the compilation. This Is exclusive of transients, six-month tourists, etc., all of whom are carefully eliminated in the canvass for the Directory. Mayor Coggins is keenly alive to the importance of the subject, and of present action being taken to compel a recount of the census next year if It may prove necessary, but believes the matter more properly belongs with the board of trade. It is cer tainly important that Phoenix be not advertised to the world ' as a smaif town of 7,000 or 8,000, as will prob ably be the case, judging from past experience. The Directory this year will contain so many names that the publisher is considering the advisability of using smaller type than is usual locally. The enumeration of the residence sec tion Is just being completed for the second time. 'It was found that the party making the first canvass aver aged only about half the houses on each block, and listed only about hah the people in each house whose names' should have been taken, so the en tire enumeration was discarded am the work is being done over by the publisher himself. When a directory enumerator tries to make a soft snap of his job as is usually the case with most men hired for this work " the directory and its patrons suffer. The next Phoenix Directory will be the largest and most comprehensive ever issued in this city. o Ed Olsen has moved his Salvar of fice to 208 W. Washington St. HK-H-K- 2 Special Three Months' Term AT THE LAMSON BUSINESS COLLEGE Beginning Monday, March 1, Ending June 1. TUITION FOR THREE MONTHS: Day School, $35 Payable $15 March 1, $10 April 1, $10 May 1. Night School, $15 Payable $5 March 1, $5 April 1, $5 May 1. By request of a number of public school stu dents and business men who desire to pursue the study of bookkeeping, shorthand, penmanship, letter-writing, commercial law and kindred subjects, we have decided to organize special classes, begin ning Monday, March 1, and ending June 1. Of course some of these day students will re main for the regular summer session, through June, July and August, but it is our intention during the present three months' course to give such a prep aration in the subjects pursued that the students may afterwards go on without the assistance of a teacher, if he so desires. At the End of This Three Months You can keep an ordinary set of books. You will have improved your present ability as bookkeeper. You can have a thorough knowledge of banking. You can write a good business letter. You will understand the principles of commercial law. You can be rapid arid accurate in figures. Your penmanship will be improved one hun dred per cent. Your spelling will be greatly improved. You will be a good typewriter operator. You can have such a knowledge of the princi ples of shorthand that you can afterwards complete the subject by yourself. In fact we have had sev eral students accept positions at the end of a three months' course. Can Yon Afford to Miss It? It will cost but $35 for the day school or $15 for the night school three nights "each week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. It is a preparation for life. t Monday, March 1. t Try it one month, anyhow. $HH-HH i t ULTIMATUM MINE BONDED News of Properties In Vicinity of Salome IS People Coming and Going All the Time, Most of Them Talking and Think ing and Inspecting Mines. COMfORT Salome. Ariz., Feb. 16 (Special Correspondence of The Republican). D. W. Hall has located three claims on ground adjoining the Ultimatum group on the south. Mr. Hall states that it is main cross lead "of the Ulti matum. The ledge is said to be eight feet wide and carries about six per cent in copper and six dollars in gold. Mr. Hall recentb- bonded the Ulti matum group to a group of Michigan capitalists, and work is now progress ing unihrf t) able direction of Heaton Wright of New Haven, Conn., the res ident manager. Fred Christen, superintendent for the Hanjua Hala Development com pany at their dam site, seven miles south of here, returned from Phoenix today from a conference with the company officers mere. air. cnrisien reports that everything Is going along nicely at the dam site, and that the new machinery is giving satisfaction. Numerous parties of Phoenix people have been in town en route to the company's big irrigation project, and all express themselves as being great ly pleased with the prospects and with the work that has already been done. Ernest A. Haggott. the well known engineer of Los Angeles, left here to day after an extended business visit. Mr. Haggott has very extensive inter ests in the A. and C. country, and has his office in Salome. Gideon B. Shuil is sinking a shaft on the Shawnee group of claims, lo cated about six miles south of Salome. This is one of the properties under the management of K. A. Haggott. Charles Barngrover was in town re cently from his claims, about eight miles northwest of Palome in the llar cuvar mountains. Mr. Barngrover is working this ground in connection with J. J. Sullivan and William Vir den. They have a very promising ledge of porphyry, which is said to carry values in gold, silver and copper. Mr. Barngrover took out a load of wa ter and supplies with him. Business conditions in Salome are brighter than they have been in years. The local office of the S. F.. P. & P. reports a decided increase of business over Inst year, and the Rrayton Com mercial company states that business is good and increasing all the tima. The local assay office is going steadily all the time, as Mr. Popper, the pro prietor, has recently landed several contracts with different companies op erating in the A. and C. country. Barney J. Quinn, superintendent of the Harqua Hala mine, accompanied by C. P. Lee, the company secretary, were Salome visitors during the past week. They report progress at the Old Bonanza mine of the company, about nine miles south of here., Harold Baxter, general manager of the Cunningham Pass Copper com pany, was in town this week on a short business trip.. Mrs. O. K. Young and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballert of Wendendale were Salome FOR IRRITATED SCALPS Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap followed by gentle applica tions of Cuticura to the hair roots clear the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff, allay itching and irritation, destroy microscopic life, soften the scalp skin, stimu late the hair glands and promote hair growth. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment have become the world's favourites for the skin, scalp, hair and hands. FoM thmurhout the world. DtpotN: London. 27, Cliarurh'ni'w t).: Parln. a. Nue dc la Pali; Austra lia. K. Towns 4 ".. . Hydnty: India. B K. Paul. Calrima: oina, 'Hon Kong ltnjic Co.: Japan, Muruvu. I.ld . Toklo: Itu.ftla. rVrrrln. Moarcw; S-. Alnc. Innon. Ltd.. Cape Town, etc.: L'.H A., fetter lrug Chea. Corp.. tiole i'rpa.. apoatoo. CO I BS! 9 ' H visitors the past week. They came up to look at the beauty spot of this des ert, Dick Hall's flower garden. ' Gid Shuil was in from the Shawnee for supplies this week. He reports that everything is going nicely "at the property. Mrs. E. S. Jones and Miss Dorothy Jones came down from Wickenburg the past week. Miss Dorothy returned on Monday, but her mother is still here, and is enjoying her visit with her old friends in town. Clifton Hall left this morning for a short trip to Iowa. Mr. Hall expects to return to Salome in the next two or three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. Popper and family have taken the agent's cottage for the winter. ' R. R. McDonald, who is running the contract work on the Victor and Belle Crown group, was a Pnlome visitor re cently. Mr. 'McDonald was here on business. A picnic party was given here in honor of Miss Dorothy Jones. ' The party consisted of Mlses Jones, Blanche Meee and A. Dill, Mr. H. E. Gaskell, Mr. E. L. Jones and Mr. C. C. Hall. The Salome restaurant is now un der new management, and the meals being served are away ahead of any thing anywhere along the line. Judge William Roberts, the popular United States mail contractor, was in town on business today. Dick Hall recently ereeeived another shipment of palms and has them planted in his garden. The flower seeds are beginning to get in their good work, and the garden is rapidly getting on its spring-time look. J. Winchester, general manager of the Vicksburg Development company, whose property is about seven miles west of here, passed through town re cently en route from Phoenix. You and I Not all the love that was learned by the sages And wise men of years gone by Not all the logic that men of past ages D.rew down from the stars and the sky Makes the magic together In all winds and weather Like just the two words you and t. Not all the sweets that summers have taken From garden and close and lea Not all the blossoms June breezes have shaken On the years agone and to be Hold half the sweetness in all love's completeness Of the tale your lips tell to me. Not all the bells that love has set ringing Bride-bojls under skies so blue - Not all the songs that lovers . went singing Since ever the worltl was new Tell half the gladness so deep it's near sadness. That sings in my heart to you. Any kind of style today 'A OFF Edna S. Valentine, Smart Set in March ON MARKED PRICE. Quality always assured at THE BEAR DRUG STORE Opp. City Hall. Tel. Main 93. SEE BEARS IN WINDOW, $100 Dollars Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleas ed to learn that there Is at lease one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the moliral fraternity. Catarrh being a con stitutional disease, requires -a constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the founda tion of the disease, and giving the pa tient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa tioa. We want two young la dies for our store, who are well acquainted in Phoenix, and who can apply to me, well recommended. We want two young la dies for our store, who are well acquainted in Phoenix, and who can apply to me, well recommended. Sale of Fashionable r : . Dress Our buyer, while in the market, secured for us, at prices that will enable us to share the advantage with you, a full line of the latest Dress Goods ever shown in Phoenix. Come in and let us ' show you over our entire stock. Hundreds upon hundreds of patterns to select from, in the following fabrics; any shade you may choose, in - MERCERIZED POPLIN, SHANTUNG ANGLAIS, DRAP DE SOIE, SILK PONGEE, SATIN STRIPE METEOR, NURUFF SILKS, FAUNA BATISTE, FANCY AND PLAIN LINEN SUITINGS, WHITTETON DRESS GINGHAMS. BUT SILK FOULARDS will be one of the Leading Fabrics for the coming season, as they have been approved and adopted by the recog nized authorities in Correct Fashion. We are showing new de signs that are exclusive with us, and we invite you to see what you will admit is the most beautiful line of Dress Fabrics ever shown in Phoenix. Our Line of Wash Goods has just arrived, fresh from the looms, the smartest, newest of this season's offerings Percales, Batiste, French Poplins, French Lawns. You must see our line to fully appreciate it. We have just opened up a handsome line of LADIES' MUS LIN UNDERWEAR. We bought this Underwear right and are going to give you this great advantage. OUR LINE OF Oriental ILaces was never more complete than it is today. Look this over care fully before leaving our store. We also have a new and complete line of Silk and Torchon Laces that we propose to make a leader for the next few davs. 16-18 E. Washington St. Phoenix. Ariz. Force of Habit. - "Habits are hard to break," said Walter Prichard Eaton the other day. "Perhaps you've heard of the auto mobile enthusiast who bought a motor boat?" . ' "He took a day's instruction in the art of managing it and keeping the machinery in running order, and then started out on his first trip alone. It was late in the afternoon when he re turned home. He came in by the back way. His clothes were wet and his hair was hanging over his eyes in strings. " "John!" exclaimed his wife. 'What on earth !' " 'It's all right, Mary." he hastened to assure her. .'No, I didn't upset! Everything's all right. But when I had been ' out on the water a couple of hourse something went wrong with the motor and ' " "Yes ' " 'Well, before I er realized it I was over the side and trying to get under the blame thing to fix it." " Everybody's Magazine. A Whit. House Number. ' The March Century is to be a "White House Number," having, in addition to Calvin Dill Wilson's story of "Our Presidents Out of Doors" and William H. Crook's reminiscences of 'Rutherford B. Hayes in the White House," three sketches of President elect Taft. James A. Le Roy has written of "Taft as Administrator," picturing his trait and methods as re vealed by his work in the Philip pines; and there will be an anonymous study of "The Personality of the New President." Under title of "Turning Points in Mr. Taft's Career" will be published, for the first time, two let ters, in one of which Mr. Taft sets forth reasons for declining to be con sidered for the presidency of Tale, and in the other discusses his appointment on the Philippines commission. o- REWARD. The Arizona Ostrich Breeders" As sociation hereby offers a reward of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25) for the ar rest and conviction of any person who unlawfully removes In any manner, feather or feathers from any bird be longing to any member of this asso ciation. H. J. McCLUNG, President. VERNON L. CLARK, Secretary. "Our glasses fit." We carry Invisi ble Bifocal, Torie and all other tenses and frames manufactured. Swlgert Bros., 17 E. Adams. Phone Red 2641. SPECIAL TO SHEEPMEN. Large summer range and unlimited water supply. Terms for one or more seasons. Address Geo. O. Ford, Phoenix. Show Them How Phoenix Looks By sending one of our new booklets of views you can give your friends a very good idea of what this part of the coun try Is like. ' The orange groves, the capitol, hotels, Carnegie li brary, palm drives and irriga tion canals are all shown in natural colors. Cactus, the des ert and Camel-Back ornament the cover. Every one who has ever seen it says "It's the best book of Phoenix views yet pub lished." The price is 25c. and 2c postage will carry it. Comes In an envelope ready to mall. Post Office News Store J36 N. Center St. FOR A Trunk Case , Suit m Traveling Bag See the COLLINGS VEHICLE & HARNESS CO. First Door East of the Adams Hotel 1 fin?