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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1909.
W Oh Of Years. Ago And revolutionized the process of cream separation, paving the way for the dairyman's success. Abso lutely positive in its work, and is the simplest ma chine in use today. The greatest money-maker a' dairyinan can install on his place is a ' SHARPLES TUBULAR CREAM SEPARATOR. EZRA W. THAYER i H 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 11 An Enviable Reputation When you need a plumber tho ' chances are you need him pretty badly. And why not get a good onel . Gosart Plumbing Co. 28-30 N. Second Ave. 1 Phone Main 285.- Residence Phone Main 230. .HHI 111 1 I I 1 I IWHIfHllllHIUIlinil Itlllllll 4-H"H"M'l'H WWI1 I I I I t ! I MESA DEPARTMENT ' n i m 1 1 m ; : ; i vv i h-i- i (Continued from Pnge 7.) "Mrs. Sparr hadn't seen her faihe for nineteen years until last week. IW ing that time he has lived in Old Mex ico, California and Arizona. " " 'Kansas is all right fur those who ft Skin of Beauty is a loy Forever. . T. Felix Oo'jriud't Oriental Cream or Magical Bwautiler. Hmam Ta, Pimple Fr-ct, Moth PichA Mia everr DirmiMi j on beauty. ar4 ) " fias detection. It j hae stood Ibt tnt of or yeru. and 1 is bo tirmiM wc tMtrit tobenrett Is properly nulc Accept no count i r ft it of ahbilar tutm?. Tfr. . A. Pvr uid to a lady of the hairt tn patknt): Ai you ladies will use them. I recommend ffmart'r Creum a rte least harmful of att tbt k'B nreparai ton.' Ft te by all 4tojeciU and 1 aorfv Goods Dvitn to U 174 Stataa, Cabda aod Europe. raO.T.HOPMS, Prtiv 27 Oral Join Shed, tola O. P. C. and J. & J. SUSPENSORIES The finest line of sus pensories in the terri tory in all juices from 23c to $1.50. COOL SUMMER JUMPER SUITS My line is complete, up-to-date, and reason able in price. See the new ideas and cuts. o FRANCIS Cor. 2nd & Wash. Sts. D iysii jo O ; Took the Lead IMIllllHlllU I don't know of any better place," chuckled Mr. Ross in conclusion. 'The Salt river valley of Arizona Is a para dise on earth. We raise everythif by irrigation out there; wheat, barley, oats, alfalfa, orang-es, lemons, grape fruit, dats, figs, almonds, grapes, inJ ons and FUgar beets." CRAZY MAN LIBERATED. The man who was charged with vis iting several houses in town and de manding money from the. housewives to get him another drink ha been lib erated and given seven hours to leave town. It developed that the man was not as insane as was at first supposed, but was temporarily crazed from too much drink. WIL WEST HURRAH. The Coliseum has announced a big bill for this evening which promises to attract a larger crowd than on any previous night. The feature picture this evening will be "The Cattle Rus tlers." There will be 1.000 feet of film used in showing this scene. A few of the other pictures will be "A Wife's Devotion," "For He Is a Jolly Oood Fellow," "Topsy Turvy," "A Stage Struck Daughter." , NEWS NOTES. Mrs. J. G. Spanglcr and daughters, Laura and Martha, have gone to Ocean Park, Cat., where they will remain un til after the heated term., Mr. Spang lr will Join his family some lime In August. . . . Mrs. H. H. Heaston has gone to Los Angeles for thd summer season Frank Reynolds, who ha h-cn en gaged in business at Ray , for- some time, left yesterday ,'or' his old home in Kansas Citv after spending a few days here on a visit with friends. It is reported that Mr. Reynolds expects to come back with a 'wife. However, this is an unauthenticated rumor. M. J. Nolan and A- R. Hughes were passengers to Roosevelt yesterday. . NEW BLOCK MACHINE- T 1.. II L ' 1.1. I. .. . 1 . ... I . . 1 I i iv i... oiin.ii 1MB juni I try "i v cil tx new cement diock maKing machine ami has it set tin in the building he has been building for M. Mosbarger imme diately north of the Baptist church. The machine is capable of making J000 blocks per dar and can be operated by one man. It has a variety of faces and designs. : . - -.. - y There Is more catarrh In this section of the country than nil other diseases put together. and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For In great many years dot-tors pronounced it a local disease .and. prescribed local lemedies. and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Silence has proven ca tarrh to be a constitutional -disease and therefore r"iuires constitutional treat Mont. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac tured by V. J. Cheney Co.. Toledo, (.. is the only constitutional cure on the riarket. It is taken internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It actn lire- tly on the blood And mucous suf fices of Uie system. They offer one hundred dollars- for any case It fails to cure. Send for circular snd testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., To ledo, Ohio. Sold bv drugcists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for Indiges-l,on- 1 . - i . Rupture, fallen womb, deformity or sufferers from other human ills, sub scribe 50c for Fetter's . Natureald Health Magazins and cure yourself. A request brings pne free copy. 217 Mer cantile Place, Los Angeles, Cal. TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND"' PATRONS. I beg to announce that I have dis posed of my interest in the Anheuser cigar stand and hereafter I shall be p eased to meet my old friends and pitrons at our other quarters, Bas wltz Cigar Co., and. Pool Rooms, 42 East Washington street. LEWIS T. BASWITZ. o You. can always get a nice fresh smoke at Jones pool room when In Flagstaff. Opposite depot -r -rr THE BRIDGE PLANS . STILL IN THE AIR . t THE PROBABLE ELIMINATION OF THE RAYMOND CO.'S. The Board Will Meet Again This Afternoon. The board of supervisors yesterday failed to make a selection of plans for the Center street bridge. The matter had been allowed to go over pending an opinion by Assistant Dis trict Attorney Lyman on the power of the. board to accept the plans of the Itaymond Concrete Pile company. Two objections had been raised. ,The first was that the subm.ls.sion of the plans did not conform to the call in that they had beea .accompanied, by a bid which had not been asked for. The assistant district attorney did not think that' that fact was fatal, since the board could accept the plans without taking any account of the figures. It could then proceed to ad vertise for bids as was originally In tended. But the second objection was a dif ferent matter. . That was that If the Raymond plans should be adopted. competition in the bidding would be eliminated, since no other contractor could make use of those patented plans. t ' Mr. Lyman said that he had con sulted a great many authorities on this point and ' he had found them about equally divided, but the one on which he placed the geratest reliance was that of Judge Dillon, perhaps the greatest American authority on muni cipal law. In his opinion it would be illegal to undertake a system of pub lic work3 according to plans by which competition would be eliminated If the law Required as in this case that the contract should be let to the low est and best bidder. It was possible, thought Mr. Lyman, that an arrangement might be made by- which the Raymond plans could be used, though the Raymond people might not be awarded the contract. This arrangement would involve a deal between them and the successful bidder by which the Raymond com pany could be employed to put in the piles. That Is the only patented fea ture of their system. Mr. Seymour, the representative of the company, who left the city on Saturday night, said that that would cost probably not more than $8,000. However, it is unlikely that any further consideration will be given the Raymond plans. Though the as sistant district attorney's opinion as to the right of the board to accept them was not definite, there is an other objection In the minds of some of the members of the board to those plans. Tliey provide for spans of only thirty-six feet, which it was believed is not long enough In such a river as the Salt which frequently hurls along trees of greater length than the pro posed span. . The Mayberry & Parker plans con template spans of sixty feet and those of Davis & Knipe, seventy-two feet. The board will have another meet ing at two o'clock this afternoon when it is possible that some conclu sion will be reached. " The cause of all skin diseases can be traced to some humor or acid (a the blood; the cuticle is always healthy where the circulation Is free from impurities. When the blood Is infected with acrid -or unhealthy matter H cannot perform its natural work of nourishing the skin, regulating its tem perature and preserving its normal softness, pliability and healtbfuiness. Instead it Irritates and inflames the delicate fibres and tissues around ;he pore3 and glands and produces some of the many forms of skin disease. The itching and stinging so often accompanying skin affections are produced by the deposit from the blood of the acrid humors with which it is filled, into the sensitive membranous flesh lying just beneath the outer covering, and surrounding tho countless nerves, pores and glands. This explains ay scratching the outer skin affords no relief from the itching snd burning. 6. S. 8. cures Skin Diseases of every character by purifying the blood. It goes down into the circulation and removes the humors or acids which aro causing the trouble, builds up the weak, acrid blood, and permanently care:: every variety of skin affection. Local applications can only sootne: the; never cure because they do not reach the blood. S. S. 3 goes right into the circulation, reaches the trouble and cures it by removing the cause. BooJj OS 63da Diseases and any medical advice free to all who write. TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AILAKTA, GA 11 Mil II 11 III M lit III H'H't'lHH III IHH4HHI I 1 I Hf During Warm Weather You will find Meats procured at the Haekett Mar ket far superior to melons. If you have that tired feeling and your Meats don't please you, call Main 132. Our Meats will make you forget the heat. The Hackctt Market 31-33 E. "Washington. M I I H 4 l"t I t i l l H I "H"l THE 917 S. ALVARADO ST. Right in the heart of the finest residence section of the city, clqse to car line. New and up-to-date. Elegantly furnished. Reservations can be made now. Rates reasonable. An Ideal place for summer tourists. MRS. JULIA MACKIE " M I S I I H-H H' M I I ! .""..m1 h.; BEST ON THE MARKET. MARICOPA CREAMERY CHEESE f T SUIT8 THETRADE. MARICOPA CREAMERY PASTEURIZED T T CREAM 8 ELLS ALL OVER ARIZONA. ? M- H I '1 11 ! 1 1 H U II I I l - M - M - M at v j-'-j. j.1.. : ' - .!. -. r- i ;! ; - ' We have on dis play in our East Window, Pro ducts manufac tured in our own Laboratory, Ab solutely Guaran teed. THE BEAR DRUG STORE POTTER A R02I EN E, Props. A IN COPPER PROFITS The publicly owned copper mines of America have paid In dividends near ly half a billion dollars, or to be exact $481,068,350. Of this amount Arizona has contributed approximately fifty three million dollars from the mines owned by the general public. Besides, there is the Copper Queen, which has undoubtedly paid as much to its owners, possibly much more, than this amount. No statements are ever given out, but It is said that in 1906 the mine made nearly ten million dol lars netj no fifty-throe nillion dollars for the twenty-five years the Copper Queen has been working does not seem an unfair estimate. Besides there have been several other smaller mines that have made large sums of money for their owners which Is not included in the above., So a hundred million dollars in profits from Arizona copper mines Is a conservative esti mate. As a matter Oi fact it has been probably much tpore. This can be appreciated when it is known that many of the great copper mines of Arizona are new and are only now entering upon their dividend paying period. At he present, Ari zona Is making more profits from her eopier mines than any other state or country in t$e world.; CUBES SIQK DISEASES Phone Main 132 t M H I 1 1-H -I I I t 1 I 1 11 t 1 1 1 T LOS ANGELES, CAL. i j ,M ; y ; t,t t h t 1 I ... . 1 .? NAVARRO - H' 1 1 THiH HiM-frl I i 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 Men's Tan Oxfords f Plenty of ELK-SKIN BIKE SHOES for the Boys $2.00 $2.50 $2.75 you it. or nP-T-rr 'a ' jlt V IF I G AN SAVE MONEY FOR YOU On your regular monthly col lections Isn't it to your advantage to have me make them? If you i i will call up Main 47 and request me to call I will explain how I can do it and at the same time make better . collections than you can yourself:-? ":-r :-: - :-: :-: WESLEY KNORPP COLLECTIONS AT - REPUBLICAN - OFFICE r H H-l i I H..HH; 1111 I I II 1 CHAS. DONOFRIO , Furniture, Crockery, China, etc. 91.91 W W.l,;nt fit . ... ... w. K 1 H .i .; Ml H 111 HI H II Taking Advantage of the Best is Your Duty HAND BAG SPECIAL To reduce our big stock of JUnd Bags, we decided to close out today two lots of the most popular styles and colors. These are not old bags, but the new deep shapes in all colors and leathers. Lot 1 goes at '. - f)S Lot 2 goes at... SI. 40 Ix.t 3 goes at -$s!l9 We can't state the real value of these but a visit to us will con vince you it's a .big bargain. Muslin Drawers 39c About 5 dozen are left -of these Drawers. They have leen selling rapidly on account of the good value. They're trimmed with several rows of lace on the ruffle and some fine tucked. Call and see them. Chemise, Big Induce ment ' A large .variety of Chemise displayed ut prices worthy to be inspected today; the qualities are of the best grade Muslin and elaborately trimmed with lace around yoke and bottom. $1.50 Chemise for S1.05 12.00 Chemise for 81.35 $1.73 Chemise for S1.20 $2.75 Chemise for $1.95 $2.25 Women's Gowns $1.50 Handsomely trimmed with ' lace and embroidery, round and square low necks, short sleeves. A real bargain for today. THE BEST What about a pair of new tan Ox fords? We have the swellest show ing of Low Shoes for Men in this city, and when it comes to a full line of $1 ones, we can't be compared with. All the new models are shown here. Button or lace effects, in all the new bhades snappy extreme models or the more conservative styles if you prefer them. IDEAL STYLES 4 Dollars ourriTTEns TO MEfi 1 Jk. NT BO V t" I II II 11 1 1 1 M 1 1 11 li 1 1 11 It i OU . u: lis T , , nun, main io. .h 1 1 II 1 1 I I .H HUM H-rM-r4 Ribbed Vests 19c One lot of Swiss Ribbed Vests on sale today. They're cro cheted around neck and should ers. A very light and comfort able vest for the summer. Parasols at y2 Price Our entire line of Parasols now displayed at prices that will interest you if you oniy would call and inspect. Para sols in Silks and Cotton in plIn and bordered effect 7ic Parasols at C9 $1.50 Parasols at 75j $2.50 Parasols at $1.25 $4.00 Parasols at $2.00 $0.00 Parasols at $4.00 $8.00 Parasols at $6.00 Dress Dimities 23c Lawns, Dimities, etc., in a vari ety of beautiful designs, flowers, stripes, checks and neat figures, 27 inches wide; value Sac- a yard; today going at 23? ALWAYS Dr. HIBBARD Sexual Blood and Genito urinary Organ , Specialist. : i I Urethral Obstructions f;lV Specific Blood Poison Nervous Debility Contracted Diseases The above disorders with their terrihl effects cause depression of mind an1 wrecking- of body- and miking of th neiVous system. Your life may be at stake. Why not get the best of treat ment? If your eyesight is poor go lo a reliable occulist. If your hearing is por you need a competent aurist. If your teeth ailio call on a good dentist It burning up' with a fever or you have some acute disease consult your family physician. They should treat you, not I. for I do not treat such cases and tliey can do better by you. If, however, you have some serious disease in my line in which your life and health be at stake, it is absolutely necessary for you to con sult one who has expert skill, largo ex perience and scientifie equipment, in or der to be permanently and successfully cured. Consultation Free. Hours 10 to 12 and 1 to 3. The public will please take notice that Dr. Ilibbard has temporarily remove his office to No. 236 West Adam3 St., corner" 3rd avenne. PICKLES for One Week Only, We Will Offer a Spe cial Lot of Bot tle Pickles at a Big Reduc tion. We Ad vertise Only Good Goods at Low Prices. :: Ei Si Grocer Go. DISTRIBUTORS Hin 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 imvttn t LAUNDRY SATISFACTION "The girl from tip there," says, there Isn't a collar, cuff, or ehlrt front laundered anywhere In this country that can com pare with our laundry work. PHOENIX LAUNDRY . ; Phone Main 130. oMMinniHiiiimiiii, Ull I till II lllllllll IHt4- I Johnson & Remsbottom i hav removed from 22 North j Second Street to T 31 SOUTH FIRST AVENUE I where they will be pleated to -f meet all eld customers and " many new ones. '' wakelin HI I I'll"! imillllll ..