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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1909.
I StoreClosed Monday All Day, on Account of Fourth of July Open Tuesday Morning with every article in the house reduced for mid-summer selling lilill I IH M 1 1 H H Ml I 11- 1 3C 77 J7H T. r JonosMJjpw wasm TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private room and family style when desired. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. Regular meals, 25c. Short orders ail night. 13 North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona. Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. THE PHOENIX BAKERY Produces over 150 varieties of Bread, Cakes and Pastry every work ing day. A few favorite sorts: Spice Cup Cakes 15e doz. Macaron Tarts 30c doz. Two Layer Cakes 25c each. Boston Brown Bread 10c Almond Paste Coffee Cakes . 25c each. liran Bread 10c Deliriois French Pastrv 50c dor. BUTTER NUT BREAD The best bread and the largest loaf 10c PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY. Est. 1M1. Edward Eisnla. Proo. Phona M. If. j-H-HH-H-4-H-H ': I 11 I I 'H-H'M1 1 H"l I 1 lhl-l 1 Mil'' f BREAK THEM UP AND BRING THEM IN. We Fix 'em at Jack's Place. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. X i Phone Main 145. 34.38 E. Adam. St. X FOR UP TO DATE DOrPD T of Every Description vllvwJQlv I CilJ CHOICEST as well as MEDIUM goods of best brands and grades Don't Miss RULE-MATTHEWS GROCER CO. 230 East Washington St. Phone Main 3. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC North Center St. Phoenix, Arizona Standard Furniture Co. A complete line of New and Second Hand Furniture, Rags, Crockery and Granlteware. WE SELL FOR LESS 4. Phone Main 3S7. It-tt W. Washington. REMOVAL NOTICE, We are now in our new store and garage. Winton, Cadillac, Kessel-Kar and Oakland Autos. Indian, Reading Standard, Thor, Light and Merkel Motorcycles. Columbia, Light and Emblem Bikes. All makes of Tires, Sundries, Oils, etc. Give us a trial. 3C & 38 East Adams St. Arizona Motor Company OF LOCAL INTEREST i 1- -8-! -t--8--I--B- -I I-1- l-l- . . GONE TO FLAGSTAFF Mrs. G. H. Carr and children have gone to Flagstaff to spend the summer. IRON SPRINGS WAY C. W. Wartman is spending his vacation at Iron Springs. TO SAN FRANCISCO Mrs. F. L. Brill is hurrying to San Francisco to meet some friends and upend her va cation. AWAY FOR SUMMER Mrs. E. A. Johnston left for an outing at Santa Cruz, where she will remain the greater part of the summer. IN LOS ANGELES J. W. Walker has gone to Los Angeles for his summer vacation and also to attend to business matters GONE TO ILLINOIS William Kays ha-s left for a prolonged visit in viuincy, Illinois, expecting to re turn early in the fall. 'FRISCO BOUND Miss Annie An derson left yesterday morning for San Francisco, where she will spend her summer vacation. FOUND PURSE The police found a ladles' purse at Five Points yester day. The property is awaiting identi fication at the city hall. EARLY REPRESENTATIVES Eliot Kvans, Samuel. Michelson and L. U. Knipe left la.st evening for Los Angeles to inspect and approve if all is well, the big float for tiie Ari zona Elks parade in the Los Angeles convention. THE COW HORSE DERBY Jack Gibson and Logan Morris both have cow ponies they think can run some and have sufficient courage to back their Judgment with their money. Yesterday they tried it out, with the result that Gibson came out of it J-'T.U to the good. ROOSEVELTIAN FAMILY D. M. Sapp, who recently bought one of the finest ranches In the valley is said to have an ideal Rooseveltian family twelve children, all of ex ceptional brilliance, and above the average physically. Mr. Sapp came here from Indiana, one of the boys leaving for there yesterday wJI stocked with literature on the Salt River valley. NEW THEATER In an interview with Manager Rosenstein yesterday afternoon it was learned that the construction of the new Grand thea ter is progressing rapidly and will be ready for the opening performance a week from Saturday night. The new curtain, measuring 16x35 feet, is to be the largest in the territory and will be of a new mechanical construction, being of the Hiding variety, dropping down to the stage, instead of rolling up from the bottom. PREPARING TO PERCOLATE Harry Friedman is getting his busi ness afafirs in shape for the annual vacation season, when he locks up the front door and gives his store a rest. He proposes to go to Los Angeles with his brother Elks and after he has seen everything there is to see in that vicinity he will stray northward. He proposes to go as far as Seattle and from that northern rendezvous, percolate through the en tire great west until he drifts back into Phoenix again about Indian sum mer. A MONDAY EVENING "DOINGS" It was announced last night that the business men of West Washington street had arranged for a big musical program on the balcony of the Ford hotel Monday evening. There will be a band concert and vocal selections by the Mockingbird quartet. During, or after, the program there will be a fire works display Jhat will be well worth witnessing, as the parties Interested succeeded in compromising with the police last evening sufficiently to have their fun under restrictions the police believe will afford protection to life and property. GRAND AVENUE IS DUSTY C. J. McElroy is authority for the statement that Grand avenue a cer tain portion of it, at least is dusty He said that one day early In tht week the Greene & Griffin machins was bowling along the avenup, rapid ly overtaking a freighter with a ten mule team, who was picking his way carefully between the chuck holes. Finally he was seen to pitch forward and as a cloud of dust arose obscur- AN OLD TIMER Hat Had Experience. A woman who has usea Postum since it came upon the market knows from experience the wisdom of using Postum In place of coffee if one values health and a clear brain. She says: "At the time Postum was first put on the market I was suffering from nervous dysjiepsia, and my physician had repeatedly told me not to use tea or coff.e. Finallly I decided to take his advance and try Postum. I got a package and had it carefully prepared, finding it delicious to the taste. So I continued its use and very soon its beneficial effects convinced me of its value, for I got well of my nervous ness and dyspepsia. "My husband had been drinking cof fee all his life until it had affected his nerves terribly, and I persuaded him to shift to Postum. It was easy to get him to make the change for the Postum is so delicious. It certainly worked wonders for him. "We soon learned that Postum does not exhilarate or depress and does not stimulate, but steadily and honestly strengthens the nerves and the stom ach. "To make a long story short, our en tire family continued to use Postum with satisfying results, as shown In our fine condition of health and we have noticed a rather unexpected Im provement in brain and nerve power." Increased brain and nerve power al ways follow the use of Postum In place of coffee, sometimes In a very marked manner. "There's a Reason." Look In tikgs. for the famous little book, "The Road to Wellvllle." Ever read the above letter A new one appear from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human interest. DGRRISHEYMAN FURNITURE CO. Arizona's Largest House Furnishing Store EVER YTING FOR THEH0ME Very Much Disfigured, Doing Business Under. Great Difficulties. The Con tractors Have Possession of Our' Im mense Building, and are constantly Demanding More Room. The coming Week, the Limit bf Price Cutting In Every Department Will Be Reached. Look For THE RED TAGS TO ENUMERATE THE MANY GOOD THINGS Is beyond our ability. You have known and done business with us lo tiiese many years, and know what we say we do. VISIT OUR; STORE NOW Buy Now - - - Pay Later Ing the view the party in the ma chine added speed, thinking the man might have fallen and needed help. The auto came alongside the dust, but nothing could be seen. After a few minutes' wait, the dust cleared a little, but still there was no wagon, and the ut mbilists came on to town fully convinced that the freight er and his outfit had dropped clear through the bottom. BEST .COUNTRY IN THE WORLD Mrs. Josephine Lund has returned from a visit of several months in Nebraska, Kansas and elsewhere, and had intended' to remain in the east until fall, but came back on account of illness. She says the weather has been distressingly cold most of the time since she left here until very recently, and whenever it was not uncomfortable she always happenod to be in an environment of malaria, typhoid or some othtr form of more or less malignant disease. Site said she was not only physically the worse for her trip, but she was also home sick for Phoenix all the time, and is now fully convinced that this is the best place on earth for white people to live In. She was threatened with typhoid when she returned a few days ago, but believes that issue will now be evaded, as she already feels much better. ASSIGNED TO FIELD DUTY Surveyor General Ingalls has been in structed by the department to go to Winkelman and examine and reort on the official survey made of the township In which Winkelman Is sit uated. He says that for some reason the Washington office seems desir ous of hurrying up the approval of the survey, wherefore this special duty was assigned to him by wire, and he expects to leave earljj in the week to perform it, probably on Mon day. This is the second time in his career as surveyor general that he has been called upon to do field work in an emergency, the other time being in 1904, when he exam ined the survey of the Deer Creek coal fields. The assignment will prob ably take only two or three days of field wort. OF INTEREST TO ELKS Dr. Frank Shirley, chiropodist, has been redding up the laws and regulations governing the B. P. O. E.p and says that finding nothing therein conflict ing with his purpose, he has secured from George Driscoll, exalted ruler of Phoenix lodge, a special dispensa tion of the blanket sort. Under It any member of the local lodge or any visiting member who so desires, will be privileged to get his corns trimmed by Dr. Shirley before leav ing for the convention and. the doc tor will give a guarantee that If he does his feet will never tire, n the evnt they should tire, all the victim has to do is to come back and he will trim the feet over again and keep on doing so until there is noth ing left to ache. COPPER STAKE ENTRIES Five more entries are announced for the Arizona Copper Stake races, as fol lows: Kid Wilkes, trotter, owned by H. E. Armstrong of Pleasonton, Cal.; Josephine, a pacer, owned by W. T. Russell of Highland, Cal.; Mc O. D , a pacer, owned by F. A. Ramsey of Riv erside, Cal.. a brother of Dr. H. O. Ramsey of Phoenix; Zombreta, a trot- 1 ter, entered by Chas. Sadler of Los Angeles, and Escabado, a trotter, own ed by C. H. Thompson of Los Angeles. All these are California horses, but it is expected the entries from the east will begin to come In soon, though the entry blanks have not yet reached all the horsemen in the east, and it will take a little while for them to con sider things. The California entries have been prompt and encouraging and It Is expected there will be still others. To-Day Special prices on ele gant small Ostrich Feathers. See window. A chance .seldom of fered. Arizona j0itrlcl)"3Farm. L. IT PAYS To use the Best Paint, and that is SEWALL'S PAINT Compare our guarantee and chemical analysis with others. ABSOLUTE PURITY Greatest Durability and Greatest Covering Capacity The Center Street Hardware Store. Long Hardware Co. TAKE A THERMOS BOTTLE on that picnic for - two. It will keep the "drinks" cold even in Ari zona. We sell them. fcatttBi karma t Henry B. Cate, Mgr. In Hotel Adams. Tel. M. 243. THE FAIR Open Sunday We will sell fireworks regardless of cost Sunday THE FAIR 212 East Washington St. THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET. Everything New, Nic and Clean. Privat Family Dining Raama. CHARLIE LING A CO. Prop. A FULL LINE OF Gas Karag'es JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St