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Florence Automatic Oil Stove Like Burning Gat. The Florence Automatic Oil Stove is the nearest thing to burning nat ural gas in ths flams, in sconomy, and in safety. SUMMER COOK STOVES . Art a matter of economy as wall as luxury and comfort aid every Ari zona housewife should hsve a Flor ence Automatic Oil Cook Stove, When you call to buy our Schram Auto matic Sealing Fruit Jars ask to see the Florence Automatic Oil Stove. You will need ons to keep that kitch en cool while putting up fruit. Davidson's Cash Store Hardware and Furniture. 22-24 W. Wash. SU Phoenix. Ariz. You Must Stop FOR A WARM ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT8 REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. NOTICE On July 20 I will leave on a vacation and recrea tion trip, returning the first part of September. Dr. J. C. Bowman, a competent optician, w ill have charge of the office during my ab sence, and your patronage is solicited. All work guar anteed. Dr. E. Munson OPTICIAN. Phoenix - - Arizona. LOVETT SAYS ''Your doctor feels perfectly satisfied when told that we are your druggists. He knows the high quality of our Prescription work." LOVETT DRUG CO. Phone Main 18. N. Y, Corner Center and Wash ington Street. A M I 1 I 1 I M I H I I I M i mm Eat Pettid's f i bread and be I happy. f The kind mother used to make. finm i i 1 1 4iimm AIRDOME I Vaudeville and Pictures "IT8 THE SHOW G. A. Streitz, County Surveyor. I i STREITZ & THOMPSON f CIVIL ENGINEERS U. 8. Mineral Surveyors City, country and mineral sur- veys. Mine work. Engineering f designs. Estimate and Con- I struction. Room 6 Monihon Block. Phone Red J24L 4 III I II 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 M H H H H -M"I"M"M"H '1"M 1 H'fl 1 1 i 1 Daily Weather Report The Arirona Republican. Local Daily Weather Report for Forecast for today Tartly J. cloudy with local showers. Data for 24 hours ending 6:30 X p.m. yesterday. Barometer, inches ...29.88 29.80 Temperature, degreea.78 95 Dew point, degrees. ..49 48 Humidity, per cent ..37 20 Wind direction NV W Wind velocity, miles 4 3 Rainfall, inches 0 0 I Weather Pt. Cldy. Pt. Cldy. Mean daily humidity 28 Mean daily temperature 85 Highest temperature 95 Lowest temperature 75 Total daily rainfall 0 Deficiency in temperature yes terday. 6 degrees. Deficiency in temperature since first of month. 53 degrees. Accumulated deficiency In temperature since January X, 51 degrees. Deficiency in railfall yesterday, ' ' ) 0.04 inches. '. '. . . Deficiency In rainfall since firs -of month. 0.03 Inches. 'm't ) Accumulated deficiency in rain- . fall since January 1, 1.45 Inches. L. N. JESUNOFSKT. Section Director. A 4 Ml M HH Ml Mil 1111 I Hi I I I I II 1 1 I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I pF LOCAL INTEREST IHllei HI Ml IIMIt IMHIl WILL ATTEND CONVENTION H. D. Lawrence will leave tonight for St. Joe. Mo., where he will attend the annual convention of the International Typographical Union as the delegate of the Phoenix local union. VACANCY IN THE HIGH SCHOOL Miss Clara Jeanne Stocoum, a mem ber of the Phoenix high school faculty, ha.s sent her resignation to the board. The engagement of Miss Stocoum to Dr. J. T. Warford has been announced, the wedding to take place some time In August. Miss Stocoum is now at Red lands, Ca!. A DEAD CHINAMAN The dead body of an old Chinaman was found In the basement of his store at Con gress a few days ago. From appear ances the bod;- had been there about ten days. An inquest was held by Justice of the Peace Robert Cree and It was found that death was prob ably the result of natural causes. A TRIP OF BUSINESS AND PLEASURE H. B. Wilkinson left this morning for Chicago partly for a va cation and partly to attend to legal business In the, east. He will spend some time at Oshkosh, Wis., where Mrs. Wilkinson is visiting friends. He will return in about a month, but Mrs. Wilkinson will remain In the east until late in the faJl. NOTICE OF MEETING There will be a meeting of the water users of the Murphy district at the Murphy school house on August 5. 1909. at 8 o'clock. A large attendance is expected at this meeting, an there are important inter ests to be discussed, the putting in of laterals and the appointment of a com mittee to confer with the senatorial delegation which will be here in Oc tober from Washington to hear the many needs of the irrigator. A GOOD MAN SET RIGHT AGAIN The object of this article Is to re store Thorn Armstrong Jr. to the high place in the estimation of the com munity which he occupied previous to night before last, when he appeared at one of the theaters with a handsome young lady whom none of his friends recognized. They moreover knew that Mrs. Armstrong was out of the cly, summering at Iron Springs. Ezra W. Thayer started the tide of suspicion against Mr. Armstrong and It was giv en greater volume by others of his ac quaintance, and several ladies at the show looked at him in a manner which plainly expressed their opinion of his outrageous conduct. They declined to recognize him. The companion of Mr. Armstrong was his sister. Miss Mary Armstrong of Janesville, Wis., ho had just arrived from Iron Springs, where she visited Mrs. Armstrong. She was on her way home from the Seattle ex position. THE COLISEUM The DeChantal Twins and Tannehill and Radgliffe in "The Cowboy and the Tenderfoot" played to a packed house at the Coli seum last night. Both attractions are worthy of the patronage of not only the business 'man, but ' his wife and family. Every act an act of merit, bv artists who command big salaries and know how to deliver the goods. Every art is original, clever and full of the The Rotary Neostyle Automatically counts, prints and discharges one copy every second. A child can operate it. Let us"demonsrrate...- " '' "' "' H E MCNEIL COMPANY Office Supplies. high class quality of comedy, that Is pronounced at once. The moving pic tures are the best seen in this popular play house and the music, both in the orchestral pit and in the act, the best turned out since the opening , of the Coliseum. . The DeChantal Twins are fresh from the Orpheum circuit, as is "The Cowboy and the Tenderfoot," both acts having brought the loudest hand of the week. YUMA VISITORSMISS Addle In- galls returned a few days ago from Yuma, where she spent a month as the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. E. Brlce. Mrs. Brlce, accompanied by her two children, returned with Miss Ingalls and Is the guest of their parents. Gen. and Mrs. F. S. Ingalls. The visit was quite timely, making possible some thing of a reunion of the occasion of Mrs. Ingalls. birthday. July 29, when tius -fatted duck was killed and a fine dinner was served. i MAD GOOD HOUSE The Alrdome had a good house last night and again pleased with its two high class vaude Vllte acts, Al Leonard, in a descriptive dancing specialty, and Martinez and Martinez, with their gypsy musical novelty act. The illustrated songs and moving pictures were exceptionally fine. Manager Echlln promises two other good acts as a change for Sun day night. WATER AND CANALS There will be water today in the Approprlators' and the Salt River Valley canals, un der the regular run, and whatever sur plus there may be will be turned into thei Arizona. At Richlns station yes terday there ere 74 6second feet In Salt river and 607 second feet In the Verde, a total of 64.120 Inches. Though the efde has fallen considerably the ele vation at Roosevelt remains the same. OVERLAND TO TUCSON A. R. flatter, U H. Landis -nd R. P. Davie of this city and F. P. Crulce of Pres cott left last nlht for Tucson In Mr. Davie's automobile. They expect to return Sunday morning. J. E. HUDSON ILLr-J. E. Hudson, an employe of the H. A. Diehl shoe store is very III at St. Joseph's hospi tal, of appendicitis and it is under stood was to be operated upon last night. White Canvass Oxfords The White Can vas Oxford is the most popular of hot weather foot apparel. They look -well with anything. See our large line. A fit for every foot. II. A. DIEHL & CO. I West Washington St. A Fit For Every Foot. A SECOND INSTALLMENT OF NAVAJO BLANKETS A Large Shipment Received Yeeterday at the Big Curio Store. . The second Installment of Navajo blankets was received yesterday at Balke's Big Curio Store, a large ship ment of ten bales which Mr. Balke thinks will last him until faH. The shipment includes several hundred prayer rugs, some made of native Navajo wool of this season's clip and some of Germantown yarn. The first shipment of the season was small and all the blankets had been disposed of. There had been a great demand for the prayer rugs and the stock had been exhausted since early last spring. No more could be obtain ed until now. , So great has been the demand for the blankets that many of this installment which has Just come in had been already' engaged. The ingenuity of the Indian weavers is shown in the circumstance that in all the hundreds of blankets and rugs in this shipment no two are alike and all are so beautiful that the buyer is puzzled In making a selection. PROPOSAL TOTELL : THE F A Meeting of Association Stockholder Called for August 10. At the meeting of the board of di rectors of the territorial fair associa tion held on Thursday night at the Hotel Adams it was resolved to call a meeting of the stockholders of the association to be held at the hotel at 8 o'clock on the evening of August 10 fo consider the proposition of selling the grounds to the territory, as Is pro vided for in a bill passed by the late legislature, authorizing the board of control to take over the property at a price not exceeding $30,000. It is proposed that payment shall be made in three annual payments as follows: $5,000, $10,000 and $15,000. Some opposition has developed to the transfer on account of the proposed plan of payment. The National Bank of Arizona holds a mortgage for $10,000 on the property, so that the first pay- mm In Every Way ' Arizona's Best Clothiers. H IH 111113 18 and 20 Wast Any man who needs a suit of Clothes will do well to see what's here for two reasons; first, because this is a store where you'll find none but the best clothes made Alfred Ben jamin & Co., and Ilirsch, Wickwire & Co. and second, because we're selling every suit in the store without reserve at 23 Discount. The fabrics are -tropical wor steds in jfll the popular colorings; gray, slate, olive, tan, green; fine fancy unfinished worsteds and cassimeres; blue serges and plain blacks. Some are two pieces, some are three. That every suit is All-Wool goes without saying; in fact, it's the greatest showing of "Good clothes and no other kind' that you ever saw and every suit goes at 25 Discount. , "GOOD CLOTHES AND NO OTHER KIND." """" Silver Bits and Spirs. Stock Saddles. Saddlery Goods of all kind. See our Suit Case. N. PORTER 40 Watt Washington St. . Telephone Main 69. That You May Know "We invito you to inspect our immense stock of Drugs and Sundries that you may be convinced that quality is our first consideration in buying. , A pleased customer our best advertisement. ELVET . HULETT- Qu&lity Druggists Never Substitute.- Same Old Phone Main One 27 East Washington St. Enter any school day for the Phoenix, ment would discharge only half of the mortgage. Others object to the sale on the ground that the property is worth more than the amount the law will permit the territory to pay. But it Is understood that a majority of the stockholders favor the sale. ' Most of them did not look tinon the association as a speculative organiza tion, but they regarded their subscrip tion to the stock as a contribution to the success of the fair. The price at which it is proposed to sell the grounds would give them about 65 per cent for their stock, much more than a ma' Jorlty of them ever expected to receive. P. A. Tharaldson shortly before his departure from the east, sent out a letter to the stockholders explaining the proposed action and with the letter was sent a proxy card. In response many of the stockholders sent jn prox ies so that It will not be necessary for Fruils and Vegetables . The 'kind that you buy here are different-Come and see for yourself. A. Wetzler 35 W. Wash. St. Goods Exchanged Or Your Money Back. Washington. Excelsior Anto - Cycle Wins again, defeating all other motorcycles and automobile in two great Hill Climbs. At At lanta, Ga, two Excelsiors, First and Second winning by a wide margin over stripped racers. At Redlands, Cal., four Excelsiors finished 1, 2, 3 and 4 on a. hill 15 miles long and one mile high in 18 min. 5 tec The winning automobile, a 60 H. P. stripped racer, required 24 min. 12 sec These were all strictly stock Excelsiors and their accomplish ment tells the story of Excelsior quality. GRISWOLD, The Bicycle Man. 25 E. Adams. ICE TEA The cup that cheers but does not change the gait. We have it in our line Blended Teas from 50 cents up. Try our blend of India Tea, 40 cents the pound: especially prepared for Ice Tea. We will beeplcased to sub mit samples. Ring us up. Phone Red 2C01. VALLEY TEA & COFFEE HOUSE, 131 N. Center St. summer term now open at f Arizona. those so represented to be present at the stockholders' meeting. ! pvEPARTMEXT OF THE INTERIOR, -' ornce or Indian Airairs, wasn- Ington, D. C, Sealed proposals for letting grazing privileges on the Truxton Canyon Indian Reser vation, Arizona, under the permit sys tem, will bo received at the Office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, until two o'clock p. m., on Monday, August 30, 1909, and will be Immediately thereafter opened in the presence of such bidders as may attend. Maps showing the location of the reservation and all necessary In formation may be obtained on appli cation to the Superintendent of the Truxton Canyon Indian SchcxI, Trux ton, Arizona. R. G. VALENTINE, Com missioner. 1 Phone M. 259. wire HUD A Beautiful Picture Is a delight in every home. CORRECTLY FRAMED it's beauty Is doubled. If , AT A REASONABLE PRICE your satisfaction Is doubled, too. Our work and our prices are equally satisfying. MILLER-STERLING COMPANY 91S Kast Washington Street. Rubberset Brushes Different in every particular from the ordi nary paint and varnish brush. Bristles are imbedded in hard rubber which can be depended upon to retain them until the brush ia worn out. We have them in all styles from the household kind to the brush for the professional painter. Talbot & Hubbard "The Hardware Store." GOOD TIME A clean watch means good time to you for jrears to come. True economy in a time piece lies In cleanliness. The delicate parts doing Indescribable work will soon wear themselves to ruin, destroy their high finish and perfect fit when running in accumulating dirt and rancid oil. If you are not satisfied with the time your watch Is keeping now, bring it Into us and we will guarantee you good time. Our charges are reasonable. ROSENZWEIG TiitnnMitiiinninniiMiiinintinimnuiui t Just received our last shipment I Better buy if you want one of E. TH0MA 22 S. 3rd Ave. f 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 MORALES MERCANTILE CO. 241-246 E. Washington St. uaeina cu uutn 75c Modern $1.50 Fiction, more than a thousand titles go at 75c. Berrjhill's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat."- LINES 1 CKU1JLTHE SAILING JANUARY 20.1910 torWcirajSpain.Mcditcrranean. Orient Costing onlyt400and up for 73 days Cruise Dtpt. White 5trLin,NY..orafeents BLOOD POISON CAN BE CURED Tf m hr lcrs, aicou pttcbw ia ta mth. Mr thrott, npUona, copper color apou on Um body, fftlUaf hlr. rwollcn gUoda, ptlnaia Um bone, or tr COB U 114 haavdachoa., our aporial treatment will ear yu. Our DR. FAN Fr R, former chif pbyvirian of :h oricinal Cook, ftamtdy Co., treated o 10,004 patienUof that com pan? in thelutfiftoaa years ending May lth. the 1a to that company (liicoa tin Ded fcak .' of co o tree. Boufclrton Blood Pixacrt Wtimonlale aad. fuU information obont ynur cm, FBJL Writ PAKTFK KEMF.DY CO.. A1t t5, 7 Clark Mr-t. fhlrtro, Vh IfU Tr STAR iniD U1TLU ELECTRIC FANS Sold, Rented and Repaired. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. Tel. Black 8534. V. R. Noma, Prop. of Electric Fans for this season. I them. MANUFACTURING CO. Phone Main 361. I m 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 m n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n Moore & McLcllan Undertakers and Embalmera. Lady Assistant. 11 West Adams Street. Telephone Main 123. MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE. Buys, sells and rents stoves. Xew and second hand fur niture, stoves and ranges. WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT D.W. Williams Grocery Co No. 42 No. let Ave. 18 lbs. Beet Sugar for.. 21.00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for.. $1.00 S cans any kind of Lye....25e Columbian Pie Pumpkin, 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin. 45 Gal can Pie Blackberries 50 GaL can Pie Peaches 50c? Gallon can Pie Apricots. ..45 Gallon can Pie Apples 45 Armour's Pork and Beans, can 10 Van camp s Pork and. V n", cn 10 If you want It quick Phone Main 173. The HOFFMAN Etarthlna First Class Famous Tom Faust Beer on Draught Billy Gamble, Proprietor. Hlfl HIM 11 II lHIHHMt THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, C J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Comar Broadway and Cantsr. 4 It Ml HI 1 I 11 I I I I I I I II IU Notice to Republican 4Ta r mc B . . . . JUU5CI1UC1S. . . . Befora going away en your vacation, do not fail to giva orders to have Tha Republican follow you. No trouble to change your address aa often as you wish. The Republican ia 75 cents per month, (aevnn days a week.) Phone Main 47, and the circu lation man will do the rest. 41 a 1st Ave.