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THE ARIZONA BEPUBHCAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1909. 13 ' " ' i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 mi i iwtwni 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n in i in m i m 1 1 1 1 1 u i hii 1 1 1 n n iii n i n i m, . M , n m m . 1 1 1 n n i tin iiiiiniii in u in m 1 1 1 m i u i n CnnnTTi nris DEPARTMENT IIIMIIIIIIIlllllllllinil-lllllllllllllllifiliiinil.l.llllMIIIMIllllMMIIM. IF you want to build a home, rent a store room or go into business in Tempe-See me, I may help you J. Kingsbury I-H-4-H II 1 11 1 I I I I 1 I I I 1 I I 1 Just received 10,000 of f on us for the genuine. LAIRD & u i i t 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LILY la prepared to meet the perfectly sanitary and whose purity is a known I scientific certainty. For sale by all firs, class I grocers. . , ; '. ; : - -. PACIFIC CREAMERY COMPANY. . Tempe, Arizona. I I I I I I I I I HI II M II I I II I M 4 TABLES OF REMNANTS The accumulation of the past few months are now being offered for sale at our store. Everything imaginable in yard goods. If there ever was an op portunity for ladies to buy goods cheap, this is one. You will not be disappointed. Come early before they are picked over and get the choice of selection. W. LUKIN CASH STORE McClellan and Britton Masons aud Builders. Concrete and Cement Work. Jobbing Solicited. A H II M I II II I M II 1 H I I :: TRY THE OLIVE :: ' For meals that are best in every respect. HI II II I I I 11 I I I'M I HWIi FOR THAT TAN and sunburn, take Peroxide Cream, obtained in Tempe only at Harm ex's Drug Store. BE A HOME BUILDER. Own your own preiperty. Sit on your own front porch and watch your children play in their own shady yard. Give the ly a bright new hatcliet and see if you are raising a George Washington. Get in the swim. Hurry up, and for bargains in town or country see A. B. TOMLINSON, Real Estate Agent and Notary. Tempe. FINCH & CARR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. Tempe, Axis. Phones: 131, Finch; 179. Carr. THE JUNE BRIDE'S STORE All past satisfactory experience In Gift Buying eomblne to make this elore noted. . All presents are appre ciated by the bride, but none so much as those that bear the stamp coming frm FRANK LAMONT The Jeweler A. Optician, Tempe, Ariz. BRICK ICE CREAM In any flavor or quantit', upon order, at EASTERWOOD'S Tempe. . WHY SCRATCH A POOR MAN'S HEAD? INVEST ... YOUR MONEY WITH R. A. WINDES. AND GET RICH. i 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 n il; Fresh Vegetables and J Dainties in stock at all times, : : the things that taste good, these warm days. :; ARIZONA" MERCAN TILE CO. the GRAF CIGAR. Call I Beware of imitations. DINES. 1 1 ii ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 m i m ii h i4 n in n n m n in 1 1 1 m 1 1 MILK demands for a milk that is I I I M II I I II II I M I I I I I I HI It TEMPE E. L THEW DIED YESTERDAY THE FATAL TERMINATION OF A CASE OF TYPHOID FEVER. The Funeral Will be Held Thi After noon af Four O'clock, Conducts ed by the Masons, Assisted by the Knights of Pythias and Odd Fellow. E. L. Thew, proprietor of the New York store and one of Tempo's best known business men, passed awav yesterday morning about five o'clock after Etveral weeks, illness of typhoid fever. Mr. Thew has been ailing for several weeks, but It was only a week ago yesterday that he took to his bed. Several days before that, however, he was 'obliged to give up his work at the store. The case was at once pro nounced typhoid fever but the disease was not as severe as it is In many instances. The general condition of the patient, was more responsible for the fatal end than the disease itself. A physically sound man would doubt less have recovered from an attack no more severe. Though everything known to medical science was used, it became apparent several days ago that the chances of his recovery were very few. Several times during the past few days it was reported that he could, nto survive many hours longer. The end finally came yesterday morning at five o'clock. The funeral services will be held this afternoon at four o'clock at the M. K. church. They will be conducted by Rev. Wilbur Flsk and will be under the charge of the Masons, assisted bv the Odd Fellows and the Knights of Pythias, Mr. Thew being a member of these three orders. The deceased was KG rears of age and a native of New York. He came here about twelve years ago and em barked in business on a small scale. His business prosiered and grew, ne cessitating more room from time to time until a few years ago it was found necessary, t take over the en tire building in which the business started. It is understood that the busi ness will continue, for the present un de-r the supervision of Je W. Psrr who for some little time has been em ployed at the store. Tho store was closed ye-sterday but will open again Tuesday morning. Mr. Thew is survived by his wife and three children, a daughter. Flora, ml two sons.: Charles, and Kinnevt Mrs. Thew is nearly prostrated over the death of her husband and the sym pathy of the entire community goes out to the stricken family. H1 1 j ;M "I"? "1 1 1 i t l-1 I M"l"i"H 1 1 I Wouldn't Pineapple Icq X Taste nice for Sunday dinner? X T r We can supply you with the T X best Sliced Pineapple that there Is canned. It is Tillman's. I Large can and only 33c. Give T X us your trade for a month,. .. :: Parry-Good winTempe 1111 11 1 II I I I I 1 I H "M-t 1 -t-H"i i n-H-H-t i n i m i ttw KILLED Br End of a Tempe Resilient DEATH WAS INSTANTANEOUS Struck While Loading Beets Friday Evening Eight Miles South . of Town The First Case on Record. A latal accident to which is attach ed several unusual features occurred ut thu Dennis-Reed beet field eight miles south of Ttmi Friday evening at seven o'clock. U. M. Uendrick was struck by a bolt of lightning and in Btantly killed. The accident occurred during a thunder shower. Mr. Hendrick was engaged In loading beets from the field and was accompanied by a, couple of other men. A short distance from him another wagon was also being loaded. Mr. Uendrick was on his wagon at. the time driving and was just turning the team around when the crash came. lie toppled over bark wards on the load of beets, and both horses were knocked to the ground. -One of the men about twenty feet from the wagon was also knocked down and others In the near Vicinity received severe shocks. The team recovered In a moment's time and started' to run, one of the horses being able to use but three of Its feet. The team on this account ran in a cir cle and was soon stooped by the other tnen, who as soon as they were able, ran to the wagon. They found Mr. Uendrick past breathing. Ha had evi dently scarcely moved after the bolt struck him. ' The incident as a. whole is most un usual. So far as could be learned here yesterday afternoon through inquiry, this is the first case ever recorded in the valley where a human being has lieen killed hj a stroke of lightning. Though during the summer showers, there are frequently brilliant electrical displays, death as a result to either man' or beast Is most unusual. The other peculiar thing about the aocldent la that Mr. Hendrick was evidently struck on the top of the head, the bolt following down through his body and leaving at his feet, the skin being broken at his head and feet to an ex tent that . permitted blood to flow freely from both extremities. : Word was sent to town immediately of the fatality and Justice -Carr em paneled a jury consisting of the fol lowing named: Warren McVey, Fred Rleckhoff, (J. W. Roston. W. R. Hawes, O. R. Finch, W. D. Crawfut. J. C. Ash craft and (7. W. Norton. The jury viewed the remains and rendered a verdict in accordance with the above stated facts. Little Is known here regarding the deceanod. . lie was T.C years of aae and has been working at the Dennis ranch for., a short time. Nothing could be learned yesterday of his family and tho body will be held a short time pending further developments. OF A MEXICAN S LIFE THE THIRD IS A SERIES OF FA TALITIES. The Accidental Discharge of a Shot gun With Fatal Results. The third of a series of fatalities which occurred here within less than twenty-four hours took place yester day forenoon at eleven o'clock at a adobe house near the Ilayden canal. Through it a Mexican named Gumis irulo Orosco last his life. ", . . Not a great deal could be learned of the accident, even by the coroner's jury, which Investigated it. It seems, however, that Orosco was visiting the 1 family where- the accident happened and. was preparing to leave for Phoe nix.' lie asked Dolores Kates to hand his his shotgun. This Delores started to du. and handed the gun barrel first. In some unknown manner the weapon was discharged within a few feet of Orosco, the entire charge of shot tak-. ing effect in the Mexican's left shoul der and neck. The wound was a ter rible one and death followed almost Instantly. A coroner's jury composed of the following named: J. W. Parry. William Woolf, C. H. Kunselman. JIalbert Mil ler, A.' J. Towney, It. C. Pcarman, A. S. Frankenberg, Thos. Thntcher and Frank Smith, examined, the remains and. look the testimony of such wit nesses as could be found. Their ver dict was substantially the facts as related above. THE NEWEST MACHINE. Frank Fogal Learning the Curves of . . a New Cadillac Thirty. The newest automobile to be seen on the streets these days is Frank Fogai's New Cadillac Thirty. It arriv ed here yesterday, being- piloted by Bob Evans. Mr. Fogal took the wheel at this place and under the tutelage of Mr. Kvans spent the better part of the day mastering the intricacies of the new machine. He proved an apt pupil and in a day or two will be perfectly at home in the car. The mhchine was purchased through the agency of the Aiizona Motor company of Phoenix. It Is one of the most attractive cars seen here yet. SOME RAIN FELL. Friday evening's storm brought a little relief from the hot weather and some rain fell here. South of town few miles there was a heavy shower and southeast In the vicinity of the Houstan ranch, a little mud stood in the road yesterday forenoon. NEWS NOTES. Zacurias Gonzales is on the war path again, or was until he was arrested yesterday by Constable Estrada. He will spend the usual number of davs in jail again. pwter Ryan of Phoenix and L. B Hitchcock of Scottsdale ure registered at the Cusa Tioma. Dr and Mrs. W. G. DeVore left last evening for California. They will id vide the next month between Los An geles and San Diego. George Compton left last evening for Seattle. He will be away six weeks or two months. WE RECOMMEND SEXINE PILLS. It makes no difference what Is the caue of one's weakness. If it be a tonic that Is needed, Sextne Pills will do more than any other tonic. They are at the bottom of all weakness, tho nerve centers. They send new vitality bounding through the body, producing a glow and tingle that revive the lan guid energies of youth. Sexlne Pills begin by bringing quiet repose to flut tering nerves, and Inducing restful and refreshing sleep. Price tl a box: six boxes Jj, with full guarantee. Address or call Elvey & Hulott, druggists, where they sell all the principal reme dies and do not substitute. PROSPERITY HEDE AS . DIVIDEND DAY SHOWS Chicago, June 30. (Special Corre spondence of The Republican.) The new prosperity, which was timed to begin with the settlement of the tar iff, has upset predictions in the mid dle West by putting in an apicurance ahead of time. Manufacturing and financial re ports show an increase of orders and general revival during the past few days that will mark the month of June and not the parsing of the tar iff bill in July as the official turn ing point in the long business recov ery. From now on the growth will be rapid, it is declared. The first signs of a coming big upturn in trade began to be l it nearly a month ago by banks and manufacturers here which" are in close touch with out side conditions. Later word was received from a score of cities that merchants were planning to begin buying again on a large scale within sixty days. The first of these orders have begun to come in and now one of the big Chicago banks, the National Bunk of the Republic, which has large and growing credit relations with insti tutions from Minnesota to Texas anil west to the Coast, predicts a thorough-going Ixhhii in general business by September. "As I look at the sit uation, everything points in. that di rection," said Vice President W. T. Fenton, "althoug the prospective yield of the crops, of course, will have an important bearing. The merchants and manufacturers are. prepared, I think, to go ahead as soon as is possible on a big scale. There is an abundance of money in the country. "Our farmers and all the agricul tural interests are rich and they are going to spend. There are no sur plus stocks of goods to amount to anything and any increase In the de mand will make It necessary to start up the factories all around. The railroads have not bought much ma terial or done much in the way of extension or betterment work. Con ditions are favorable for them, how ever. Their business is improving and they can ge't all the money they want at reasonable rates. I am con duced that we are on the way to decidedly better times and that busi ness will be in full swing again by September." The biggest gains have been made in the irui and steel business, which is now once more on a prosperity basis. The mills eif the country are funning to very near their full ca pacity and those here report so many railroad orders in hand that it will be difficult to kepp their promises for delivery. One rfnt order was for 125 000 tons of rails, for the Har riinan roads alone. This and other orde;rs will keep the furnaces busy until winter. Since January 1 some forty rail road, industrial and mining companies have enlarged their eliviilend dis bursements to slM'kholders. The lat-0"-t figures of railroad earnings show a gj.:n throug!.out the . country of nearly 15 per cent. In net earnings over the corresponding figures of last year. Bank defxsits have in creased materially, especially in Chl cago, where. Dl out of D6 institutions show marked gains, ranging from a few thousand dollars in the case of the smaller banks to between three and four millions in the eas of the National Bank of the Republic Out of town institutions have recently sent large sums of money to the re serve centers, which has its effect In raising the general total of Chi cago deposits. Nil DEAL AT KELVIN Gold Bell Group Has Been Taken Over BY A NEW YORK On the Eve of the Fourth Both Camps Have Done All That Can Be Done Toward the Celebration at Ray Tomorrow. Kelvin, July 3. (Special CorPe- spondeiie-e of The Republican.) Will iam P. Staffel today closed a bitr deal with John B. Lebian, an old pioneer and well known miner, the quit claim deed papers were all drawn up and filled out in the orthodox way, being witnessed and sworn to before Justice of the Peace Harrinmn with the official se-al attached. Thus has been transii rred the half interest of tile inm.M known as Gold Hell group from John It. Sebian to Will iam I'. Sialic!. The consideration is not known. The former has been in partnership with 11. H. Barton for some time. The Gold Bell mines are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ti. 7, and 8, situated in Riverside mining district, adjoining the Wooly mines three miles frotil Kedvln. Just before the panic these mines Were bonded for J40.H00, but sinee only assessment work, tunneling and sinking shafts has been done in a desultory way. owing to a lack of tunds with which to push the work. Assays have been made and have fully ceime up to expectations, the copper running all the way from ten to seventeen and a half per cent, and it is estimated that it carries enough gold and silver to pay for the milling und smelting. Before purchasing, Mr. Stoffel has been out in the mines for the pst two weeks with a bunch of mining experts investigating for himself, get ting facts and figure's , and conse- luently fi-els thut he has not bought a gold brick, but good copper mines carrying high grade ore, and with the necessary funds can be weirked aud made a good paying proposition. Mr. Stoffel is leaving today for New V'ork, where he is going to interest capital and will be back in the fall with the ready money to be'gin oM-ra-tions. While away everything will be in the hands of his partner, II. H. Bar ton, deputy sheriff, in whom he has i great deal of confidene'e, and who he laughingly says ought to be able to keep off the claim juni)ers. Mr. Staffel is a young business man from New York, and while here einly a short while has made many staunch friends, who wish hjm all kinds of success In his new undertaking aud wish him a sie-cdy return. The large seven ton Moningham steam hammer purchase-d some time igo by the Hay Consolidated.- h.a Just been installed In the black smith shop today and is working nie-ely. The old twelve horsei . poVer engine in the machine-shops has just been replace-d by a sixty horse power engine. Peter L. Kent, an expert ore sampler, who is employed by the Ray company In the mill here, had a miraculius e-scae from meeting a horrible death a few days since while making his regular rounds of the automatic samplers. He attended a show given here last week, in fact, a box party was given in his honor, where he saw eiuite a bit of ladder climbing and tight rope walking, which secerned to arouse a desire in him to do something along these lines himself. In his round he walke-d on a very narrow board, about twenty feet ae-ross under which, fifty feet below, was a red hot sizzling engine, but nothing daunted, he started across the board, mue h to the surprise of all who saw him. He got along splendid ly, balane-ing himself in good shape until he happened to see a black cat and it looked as if it was nil. over for him, but only for a seceunl. As he fell he caught the board with his right hand and was dangling in mid air for a few seconds, but ejuickly pulled himself up and was much more composed than the einlookers. He blamed the black cat for the whole thing. It is needless to say he has since abandoned the idea of train ing for an equilibrist. Spf-aking of A Shin of Bowuty is a joy Forever. iR. T. Felix Gout lud'a Oriental Croam or Msgtoal Buautifler. Rpmnrea Tan, Pimples, and wery biea.li 00 b&uly. and dc flea (latcctinn. It haaalood lha tal of tat years, ttcd la an hartnlea taatrit IDbrffurrU la properly mai'o. Accept Bbccnutrr Ml tf aiiiiiUs rama. Dr. L. A. &avra taut Ui a laity af lb bdOt tt'D e patieiit): "At you la.Ha will na thin. 1 rfcutnmtb Haaraad'a Crrmn" a ttwtTOt karmfnl of all tlx akin Dreparauuu.' I fJl ty all dnuwU and iancy Ouuda J5 al-ra in toe UuiaJ .staua, Cauda and Europa, ftmUOrHS, fiatk 37 Gru! Juact Slntl ta To4 a-r While Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Ealt KJieum, etc., are troubles which affect the skin, their source is far deeper than tha outside cuticle. These affections are caused by irritatine; humors, or uratic acid in the blood. Such iiupuritio inflame and irritate the Uelicata nut-work. of. fibrous tissue which lies just beneath the 3urfaco of the outer skia, and tha Inflammatory discharge thus produced is forcod oat through t'aa pores and glands, and is continually kept up V7hile tha blood rein' ins ic.focta.1. Thi imH.iinn omu. ek. - - atiou of scales ami crusts so of tea scratched off the JlesU Is loft raw and more susceptible to other infection. It can very roaeiily bo cooa then that to produce a cure the circulation must be purilied and cleansed. Tfiis G. S. S. wJl do. It goes down to the very bottom, removes ull hit mors aiid impurities, neutralizes the excessive acids of the system and in this way removes the cause.of disease. Local appiica t.on:j cun only euothe the initation and assist in keeping the skin clean- they Lover produce a cure because such treatment does not reach the blood tS.tJ.S. restores to the thin, acrid blood all its lost properties, makes it r.i'.ro and rich and enables it to nourish the r.kin n.i irc.r it ,o .mnnth and healthy. Book oa Bkin Diseases who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAHTA, OA. Outing Suits For Men and Women to order. Corduroy, Government Khaki Canvas. Free Catalogues Men' No. 21. Women's No. 17. THE WM. H. HOEGEE CO., Inc. 138-140-142 South Main St. Los Angeles. Petor Soullard Kent, it might be w(-ll to state here by way of introduction that his grandfathi-r waa Phrre Soullard, the idoneer of the Soullard Tobaetcxt company, which was later consumed by the tobacco trust. He was the founder of Tuxedo Park, the home of culture, learning and re finement. He owned the "Breakers" at Newport, which was sold to the Vunderbilts. and where the Marble Palace now stands. Hee was a true lover of sports, owning the fast ailing- Vesta, which (Continued on Page 18) 8 H H i"i .) .Hi .H1 . IM ilIM,,l"l "I 1 1 II I II I I 1 11 ! 1 I 1 I 1 1 H 1 If I WICKENBURG DEPARTMENT :: .'(l'"!'"! a'I'"'"!''.''!''''!"!1 5,IJ,,3,I,53',I,,1I,V3,'J1I, I I I,,3,I 'H"! NEAR WICKENBURG EARLY OPERATIONS OF DOBLER PROPERTIES. Other Matters of Interest Along the Hassayampa. Vi kenburg, Ariz., July 3. (SpeM-lal correspondence of The Republican.) John iMbler of Constellation is a W'ick enburg visitor. Mr. Inb!cr has some very promi.-'.ing claims in the Buzzard Itueist country, namely the Busy Kee, HefTKar Hoy, Homeslte and Nancy Her sey. The above claims are all backed by eastern capital. Mr. Dobler says there is a lot of good ore in sight and a five-stamp mill is in operation. It is very likely that in the near future Mr. Iobler will use elee-tric power for the purpiise of operation. If he does it will be supplied by the Central Ari zona Power company here. The change will no doubt effect a great saving In the cost eif operation. Charlie Rice eif Phoenix, who has many Wickciiburg ai'ipiaintances, was through here en route north. Miss Josephine Browning, the Wlek enburg school teacher, passed through here from Tempe en route to F'lagstaff, where :Jhe will take up some special studies at the normal in the sky-light city. R. J. race lias returned from the Hite camp in which he is heavily inter estcel. E. R. Rice has returned from rhoe nix. where he went on business. The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres byterian chure h met Thursday after noon. .The seu iety is to lie congratu lated on the good work it is accom plishing toward the docresing of the church debt. The following partes from Phoenix insj?cted the Uttle Butte property for the purpose of looking into its merits: President John W. Sharpe, Vice Presi dent Duvld Shear, Secretary H. B. King and.J. M. Shear and Ij. H. Lnndis. The above named gentlemen are all of the opinion that the Little Butte is past the prospecting stage. David Shear says that the ore at the 100-foot level looks good, but the ore at the 120-foot leyd beats that by 100 per cent. As a parting word, the vice president Bald that the Little Rutte will be a big dividend paying mine In the near fu ture. H. B. Snyder of Phoenix is a Wick cnburg visitor. F. X. O'Brien has returned from Prescott, where he went on- business. W. M. Poulson, the undertaker, re ceived his license today from the ter ritorial board of embalmers. CURES ECZEMA, e ACNE.TETTER ETC " U l -J J 1VIU1- soen in Eczema, and when thev an and any medical a-tvice free to all HONOLULU and back $ 1 10. Fir.t Claaa Beats Them All for sailing, surf koiitiliK. suit-board swimming and aquatic spjrt v. tbui. twae- wwms. hoii. uuiutiMouinic. Moat at tractive aeot oa eatira round tha world tour. Five and one-halt i!as trom San Kramisi'o t.y S.S. Alameda Iwicless). -tailing June 5 Jo. July 17ti. Auk. 7. etc. iMkiK NoV and ;cule the liest hertlii. Liae to Tahiti. New ZeaUaxl aad Aoatralia S. M:uiriha aaiiinx July I. Au. 6. etc. Tahiti .V baok I-S Wellington 4 back SJwi. O- S. S. Co.. 873 Market Sc. Saa Francieco $35 SEATTLE 1 and ttttck . ALASKA $96 and bark FROM SAN FRANCISCO reeT.rni.vo p-kpto axi meals BIG XKW .SHIPS 1!E.T VACATION" Is nr. SEA .ciul for Kiw Kol.k-rs of Yant-.ion Trips. See UN.rv in better way lor h.- iiKiu.y. C. D. Dunann. C P. A. . , Pacific Coast Steamship Co. 112 Market Si, Saw Franciae CLARK'S CRUISES OF THE CLEVELAND (HamliurR -American Line) 1 18,000 tone, brand new, " luperbly fitted. ' - i Round the wqrlQ From New York October IS. 190; from Sun F'ranciso FYb. 5. 1!10, nearly lour months, routine only $. AND IT, in cluding all expanse afloat and ashore. SPECIAL FEATURE Madeira, Egypt, India, Ceylon. Burma. Java, Bor neo, Philippines. Japan. An unuaual chance to visit unusually attractive places. 12th Annual Cruise, Feb. 3, ' '10; br North (leniian l.loyd S. S. 'Tlros-r Kurfuirst." 7:1 days including -1 days Kevnt and Palestine. S400 up. FPANK C. CLARK. TIMES BLDG., N.Y. Charlie Dressier, who is shift boss at tlie Octave, was in town. Ous Streik of Phoenix, county sur veyor of Maricopa county, r in W'lck enburg. Rev. Mr. Posey will hold services in the new building e.f the Presbyterian church Sunday at 11 a. m. Thereafter servicers will be held the first and the fourth Sabbath of each month. Mr. Posey will go to Peoria this afternoon to hold services there. Ceo. Tisdale of the bridge and build ing department and H. C. Stewart, su jieritendent of the S. F., P. & P. rail road, were in Wickenburg en route from Parker, where they went to see to V hat extent the A. & C. town was damaged by the recent fire. They left for Phoenix in their private car Fri elay. Councilman WiJmeyer is again able to use his legs. His rheumatism is o much im:roved that he has no further use for crutches. His many friends hope that the improvement will be per manent. T Sam Franklin, who went to Phoenix to have his ears treated, is again In town and says the trip did him much g' m id. J. B. Carmers of Flag.staff Is In town en route to the Buzzard Roost country, where he is interested in some mining e'laims. THE SANITARY BARBERSHOP Instruments and razors sterilized be fore using. '...' New location Hotel Yernetta. BILLIE HELM, Prop., Wickenburg. When In Wickenburs slop at the HOTEL VERNETTA CAFS AND RESTAURANT The best In the city. Commutation tickets, 13 meals for $1.50. ' J. A. Wilbourn, Mgr. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES., Motors, Telephones and Klectrlcal Construction Work of all kinds. CALIFORNIA & ARIZONA E. 8. CON. CO. R. Clemmer, Manager. Wickenburg. - , PROF. ALFRED MARTINEZ Gives lessons In all kinds of Vocal and Instrumental - Music. Prices rea sonable. GENERAL BLACKSMITH Mine Work a Specialty. JOHN A. THRONE. Phone Main 33 Wickenburg. Aria.