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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1909.
1& Irrigation Plants OF ALL SIZI-:S FOR ALL KINDS OF SKUVICFS. WITH Steam Distillate or Electric Power Call or write our machinery department for full information. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Ezra W.Thayer as M ! I 111 IIIIIIIH It II ll An Enviable Reputation When you need a plumber the chances arc you need him pretty badly. And why not get a good one! Gosart Plumbing Co. 2S-30 N. Second Ave. I Phone Main 2S3. Residence Phone Main 230. i. m mm mm i iii mii i if 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 muniiuit THE INDIGNATION OF HI ELDRED His Name Got Mixed Up With That cf Jake M'Mer Again. The rtfpublican is in rr-r. i;t of an in!inunt letter from Hi Kill roil ;i cit izen of San iJirgo. The burden of his complaint is found in the oponinff lines: "I see yon have eowpted iry name with that of Jake MilVr asain." The li'tter h:i refiTi'in-e tu a ri-ernt f article in this iiaptr relating to the cause of the scan it y of fish In thf market in whieii it was mentioned that the famine was probably due to the dissolution of the fishing partner ship which had existed for some time between Mr. Kldn-d and Mr. Miller, the latter for the last two years hav ing nclictcd the coa.-t and spei:t his time in the White mountain.. It was ai-sumed that this change of his habits was a matter of choice. Mr. Elrtreil in his letter e:; plains that L-I-H-H-H-X- THE TEETH CANNOT RECEIVE TOO MUCH CARE. See our line of llOlH'St- triced brushes. Owl t J. i Plain Shirt Waists I have on hand a large num licr of well-made :hirt waists in all the latest colorings and models for very reasonable prices at less than you can buy the goods for. FRANCIS 3rd &, Washington Sts. The M CONDITIONS AND WW I I I If I If I I 1 1 H I M MOf it was not. The reputation of Mr. Mil ler In southern California he said hail crown worse from year to year until two years ago he was proclaimed an outlaw alonpr the ciwist. That is why, says Mr. Kidred he has taken to the hills. Mr. Eidrcd also wrius that he saw many Klks at Los Angeles and San I'ieso about the time of the late con vention. He says lie isn't savins any thing but if he choose to do so there would be some scandals In Phoenix and the divorce courts would be busy for stone months to come. Hut it is in it his policy to elander his brother K!l:. Mr. Khlred encloses a card showing that he has encased in the boot and shoe business as p irt owner and man iifrir of "Wright's Sample Shoe Shop." He did not embark in this business with the hooe of pain. He went into it irly in the season knowing that many of his former townsmen at the end of their vacation on the enast would be obliged to walk home as they have often had to do befnre and lie wanted to be in a position to make walking a,s comfortable for them as possible. "MASON'S CORNER FOLKS' 1 INTERESTING SEQUEL A New Book Jufct Issued by L. C. Page & Co. Among the new books ju.t ii.'-ucd by L. Page Co., Host on. is "The further Adventures of Quincy Adams' Sawyer," by Charles I'clton Pidgin, the author of "Ma.son's Corn er Folks," of which it is a sciiiel. The latter was published eight e;irs Pgo arid it vas Midi a vivid and in teresting portrayal of New Kngland 111'- that there was an instant demand for more of the folks of that village which in the later book has bicn changed to Femborough. The author then unknown, though he has since risen to fame through "Bleniicrbassot," has since " received many letters urging the production of a s,riucl. In the new book, as in tlie former one, the central figure is "yaincy Adams Sawyer," since gov ernor of Massachusetts, but never lor getful of the homely folks of Kern borough where he found bin blind wife, aftfrward restored to sight. A peculiarity of the story is the rapidity and boldness with which crit ical situations are approached. There h; a matter-of-factness about the stnry whi"h is usually seen only in nature, yet this is so different from tiie ordinary story that at first glance it seems unnatural to those whose ideas are based on the more or less conventional story. The loss of the hero at sea happens with the suddenness with which wrecks occur. There is nothing pre monitory leading up to the catastro phe and there is hardly a hint throughout, that Quincy Adams Saw yer will be found ami restored to his wife and son after the lapse of twenty three years. "The Further Adventures of Quincy Adams Sawyer," appears to have been written by Mr. Pidgin with one eye on the stage, for it is easily adxptahlc to such a use of it. The jilyt is broad but not intricate and there is not a tiresome page or even line in it. It is on sale at T5r rryhil!.-. $1.10. NOTICE TO PATRONS. The Raswitx Cigar Co. has sold It? interest In the Anheuser cigar stand. The genial face of I,cvis T. Baswitz. which has adorned the front therrof fn long, will hereafter be found at the P.aswitz pool rooms and cigar store, 42 East Washington street. ANOTHER FORGED CHECK BY HENRY SMITH He Touched Friedman'i For $35.75. Jewelry Store Henry Smith alias Frank Smith alias Harris the man who waa urrest ed at Glendale oil Saturday, charged with forging the name of Lish Pool, for whom he hail been worKtng. was identified at the county jail yesterday by X. Friedman as a man for whom he had cached a chock. Ntithing was known of that transaction at the time the warrant was sworn out by Mr. Poehmer of Koehmcr's Pharmacy, charging Smith with having forged a check for tlo. Mr. Koehmer did not see the prison er yesterday but one of the clerks of the pharmacy was unable to say whether he was the man who had pre sented the check there. Ho was sure though that Mr. ltoehmer would be able to identify him if he was the guilty man. Mr. Friedman said that Smith had called at his jcwelrv store and after looking over several watches picked out one that he would like to have. He said though that he hail nothing but a check for $3.r.i.. Mr. Friedman ex amined the check and having not heard of Mr. Jool he made some in quiry and finding that he was a re sponsible man, he accepted the check. He realized later that Smith is the man who uhould have been pursued by inquiry. .M-M-l-M-H I S I I H 1"H ! 1 t"M"l-M :: PERSONAL MENTION :: III! IW 11 1 II H 1 1 mm- At the Hotel Adams: Lainon Cobb, Clifton; Frank I.. Payne; H. daman. Denver; I. H. Shelby, St. Louis; Hugh M. Creighton. city; K. W. Chihls. Mammoth; H- C. Talwr, Clondalo; W. .1. Gushon and son. Is Angeles; :. V. Wei liver. Oxford. At tlie Ford: F.. P. F.og.-rs. San Francisco; O. F. Watson, Florence; John McCarthy, l.o.s Angeles; lan W. Foh y and wife, I.os Angeles; J. Peterson, Mesa: A. N. Finlay. Santa I'lara; Will Waintana. San Francis co; J. Longciivan, I.os Angeles; (I W. Emerson. I u nison. Texas. At the Commercial: Cave Hroad way. Tulsa. Oklahoma: J. H. Vclaseo, Huston; V. Anderson, I-s Angeles; S. J. Wright. Texas; 11. 11. Smith. Santa Ana, Cal.; Frank Tenser and wife, city; Joseph Sptins, Florence; II It. Dovine, Florence; J. L- Frank -enhers and wife, Tempc. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS The following transcripts of the rec ords f the offires of tb district clerk, theprobate rourt and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract Title Company. Jessie I. Creighton and husband to William J. Heard, deed to lot 13, Walk ers Sub., block 3. Neahrs. William I Whepley and wife to Fannie l.inobarger. deed to 10 acres in SI'i, Sec. IVi 2N F.. U. A. Heardsley to William L. Whep ley. di ed to 10 acres in SE'i S"C. 29 "N 3E. J J. Sidell and wife to 11. H. I.ig crett. deed to SW'i NW'i NW'U Sec. 15 IX 2E. A. Nicholson and husband to Cora 11. French, il nd to lot Jl La. Villa Place. Orchard drove Investment Co. to Cm a ft. French, deed to 24 feet, lot 31. Ui Vil'la Place. S. J. Hosier and wife to T. A. French deed to E'i lot 7, block 73. Phoenix. L. Tt. Christy and wile to G. M Rrnckway, deed to lot 1. block !, E. Evergreen. M. II Haldwin to Klla It. Chapman, deed to lots 22-21. Orchard drove. Tlios. Buchanan to W. A. Barkley, deed to und. SU SW'i Sec. 11 and N'i NW'i Sec. 14 IS 7E. German Investment Co. to Stewart A- Templin. deed to lot 2, Gcrmanla Place. U. lc Vine et at to W. H. Hoanen. Jr. deed to !e Vine mines. V. E. Thmnao and wife to II. A. Hamuli's, iked to SK'i SW'i SW'4 SE',4; SU', SW'i: & NKV, SV't Sec. 31 IN 2W lots 3-4. See. 3 IS. 2W. C. T. Hirst to Mary J. Rattin. deed to lot 17 and Eli 1. block 41, West Capitol. Joseph Habeeker and wife to Wm. A. Simmons, died to lota 9-10-11, block 7, Mt. Pl.- t. Ta. George M. Fryer and wife to M. P. Holladay and F. A. fluff, part block 12. Mesa City. George S. Johnson and wife to Mary K. Johnson, deed to part block 41, Mesa City. K. M. IcRaron and wife to Joel E. Johnson, deed to lot ill NVYVi XW'.i Sec. 27 IN SK. lyiona Gibson to J. I). Moss, deed to part lot r,. block fi. Mesa City. J. I. Moss and wile to Joel K. It Is a known fact we have the largest line of jewelry in the Territory. AND JEW Ki.UY OK QUALITY AT HON-' ICST PKICKS. FAJIILDEREN (f GViPAM OWES HER LIFE TO Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Viannn W V " T fppl that I OW the last ten years of my life to Lydia iv I'lnnnarn b vege table Compound. Eleven years ago I was a walking shadow. I bad been under the doctor' ca rebut frot no re lief . My husband per suaded me to try Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Coin- niimd anil itworlreil like a charm. It re- - --J i j" veH all my pains and misery. I advise all Buffering women to take Lvdia jinkham s Vegetable Compound." JIks. iilJLl Wheatox, Vienna, W. Va. Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harm ful drugs, and to-day holds the record for the largest numlier of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medi cine in Che country, and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on tile in the rinkham laboratory at Lvnn, Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints, inflammation, ul ceration.displacements.libroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, indigestion and nervous prostnation. Everv such suffering woman owes it to hcrse'lf to give Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. If you would likcsrHH-inl advice about vour fa.so write a confiden tial letter to Irn. lMnkliam. at Lynn, Mass. Her advice is lree, and alwayH liolptuL Johnson, deed to part lot 5, block 6, Mesa City. Scth Hammond to F. X. O'Brien, deed to lots 2-4. block 3S, Phoenix. C. O. Knobbe and wife to H. B. Mor ris. Jr., deed to W! lots -1-8. block 2, .Mesa. C. E. Kirk and wife to H. E. Camp bell, deed to SVj E C't acres SE'i Sec. 2.j 2.N 2E. T. R. Watkins ;oul wife to Pasehall B. Hughes, deed to X'i XE'4 SKU See. 23 IX IK. I'. B. Hughes und wife to Wiirner H. Allen, deed to X'2 XE:. FK'4 Sec. 25 IX E. Anyone contemplating spending the summer at Flagstaff will find all the modern conveniences and good service at Commercial Hotel. Wo keep all the Arizona papers on file. J. II. Dona hue, Mgr. FOi; LUNCH TODAY stop in at the (ilJILL, which is called by every oire the Coolest, Cleanest Cheapest Place to eat in town. Adams' (Srill IN HOTEL ADAMS. S1.50 Lawn Waists 97c ,Wc h five on display, Saturday and Monday, about live dozen "Waists, some finely tailored with tucked fronts and some trim med with embroidery and lace. They're good values at 1.50; now on sale at 97c. 6s. MEN'S Touching up a man's FALL NKCKTIK will chaise his entire appear ance. We have just received a lare . shipment of the New Fall Designs and m i . itiii.. tliese just a nine auean Fifty Cents The Shapes are correct, ? Uti The Silks an; new. .The Styles are different. Conic in our store and see the new arrivals. you tL DO VBTTEH AT Ok 31313 THE PALACE Saloon, Pool and Billiard. Budwelner on draught Old Crow, Mayfleld ami Uuckenhclmer Rye Whiskies are nob) over the bar. JOHN P. BODET. froo. THE MISSION A ruaort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISEil BEER on draught. FRANK CONNILHY, Pr. EASTERLIES & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS ri W. Wa!B3a V CHlROPODIkl. Falnleaa removal of Corns, td cents each. jt DU11IUIM, diUHM 11U Warts, removed bj electricity. Ingrow ing Toenail (i a spe cialty, ilea. Ladles and Children treated t&j or etrenings. Between hirst and Center SU on Adama Pbene T.ed (072. FRANK SHIRLEY. MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE. Uuys, sells and rents stoves. New and second hand fur niture, stoves and ranges. I WEAK MEN CURED fcvry rrmn who wtlr lshty fr"m wakac? In any form. 0 ' vmrrfit l r i I n ii !"t rflt BOOK ourht t- fral my big fr IvtJt t-k. which tlUi Jkw men fiftr f" Bppilcatlnn oft Ir MI Auphlln's Klctrtrf Blt. Tb bfok la flnlT II IUHrflTrj BJUtl COIliUItla) imiii? inter"tln farfa rarllnit the lifif9 of men. I' i. send the book, closely mff-!. atalitily free. If you'll snal! me this A. DR. M. M'LAUGHLIN C0 239V 2 South Spring SU Lo Angeles IUMiiiMtMiinS INTERESTING SUIT SALE FOR WOMEN EVERY Suninior Suit in our annex, lVlin and Kq. qualities in plain colors, iinely trim med and of the new styles with semi-fitting coats. The colors are rose, tan, grey, reseda, light blue, Alice ami French blue. Note these prices ami come to our annex and inspect the suits. 7.50 Suits for $3.98 J S.50 Suits for S1.9S $15.00 Suits for S7.9S $25.00 $1-0.00 $25.00 WlassTIMlsllailWl 5 NECKTIES S attire with a ti-esh EARLY Colors and you will t'indQ i f ii . .. i: tM 01 me oniuiary kiiki. OVTFITTEHS TO MEJt J I I 1 I I I I I I I I ! I ! 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I H For a TRUNK, SUIT CASE ? TRAVELING BAG See the COLLINGS VEHICLE AND HARNESS CO. First Door Kajit of Hotel Adams H 'I I I I I I 1 t I 1 I' M I I I I I H H- This Is the season for ready cooked Meats. Try our Cold Roast Beef, Mutton, Cooked Corn Beef, Boiled Ham, Fickle Pigs Fret. Pickle Tripe, etc. Phone us. Main 6. COLD AIR Storage Market Buy your Wood and Coal for the winter now and save money. Four-foot Mesquite Wood delivered at J6.00 a cord, a saving of 1 iO over winter prices. Large two-horse load of Stove Wood, J5.50. One-horse load of Stove Wood. J 2.1 5. Ue:-t lilac k JJiainond Lump Coal hi hest prices hy the ton, and only 5(t cents per back. We al.o sell Kindling, Charcoal, I'.lacksinith Coal and Coke. Special prices on Wood and Coal in carload lots. Call up Main l"fi. Order now and rave money. Suits for $13.-18 Suits for $10.98 Suits for.......$13,0S 30 T, tLXWvUVi MtJJ K NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Dr. Hibbard Is Known Through out tlie Southwest as a Leading Specialist In Chronic Diseases. llo has the mn-IhicfM-e und ji.'itrou hk: of tho leaiJinp tmsiness iimu and i lies t promirifiit rit jz n t)t Ansona. The iwx tor in a rM! ua(c of llarvan Mtiilcal 0IIkp. Was fiMtii'-i ly a irifniir f the KImmIo Islantl ami i'ftUmnUt Slato Mliral SM-i'tiH. and Sin !!: IN iision Kxaniin'T. lit-alth is w.'ittli K uriomy to be wHl! Are ytm uf!rifiK from tunue i-hmnio affec tum? Ar yn w:ik, i-k and unable b it-rform the nrttifiary duti'M f Jif? If tM-waro of i;it itt iiJir-i !. in pxperirnred and uiiwkiHd physh iarm. Ir. li)b;ird employs none but rational ;i 1 in H Mtilic iiicIIknIs he usrs no in jurious druns in rvniovinff th fHisonoua rfiM-ij- of i;i.im.H) ani riav'ATK ids- KASKS frt-.ni tlii ft.VHtm. Si;Xi:ALj WKAKNKSS. with all Ha banful of frt8 jMHtitivcly curcrd by tii lat:jt and Iwst rtrinodics. O:ronh nervoiiH. blod, kidney, urinary, bladder and pc:ialdis r.isi'H trc-Hl'-d in a Htri'-tl- U to date manner. All ho have been unsue fullv trat-d ls wli'ie are e?p- ih !ly invited to rail 'uiisiiltatioti freo. I lours lo to 1 it- (h'-e and r'sidrn Aloni and Third Avnu. Soutli'ict eorner, two blueks from center of eity. ! Smoke Cigar That Satisfies i Ameri- i! ca's i I Pamous 5c The Carl iUpman :: Panatella Shape:: !: at all first-class :: :: Cigar Stands j: Phoenix, Tempe : and Mesa LS.Wakelin Grocer Co. 01STRI3UTERS H'H'I Mil 1 I 1 !! I t LAUNDRY f SATISFACTION 1 I The srirl from up there." says, I there lun't a collar, cuff, or T Bhlrt front laumiered anywhert T In this country that can com- Z t pare with our laundry work. 4 PHOENIX LAUNDRY jj Phona Main 133. ' MIMIHIIllllirilllllllO M 1 H H"H M l 1 1' I'H1WHH Johnson &Remsbottom havs rs moved from 22 North Second Street to ) 11 SOUTH FIRST AVENUE :: whera they will ba pleased to meet all old customers and '. ', J many new ones. 1 I It-atH 1 I 1111 111 illM U