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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 23, 1911.
VOL. XXI. NO. 275.
To Our Patrons
We are glad to announce that from this date we
will have a man with a life experience in laying
prepared roofing who will lay our well-known
J. M. Asbestos Roofing.
We are now in a position to make you a
price on our White Top Roofing LAID ON
YOUR ROOF; also to repair all kinds of com
position roofs. Do not have an inexperienced
man lay your roofing, but come to us and get the
benefit of our years of experience.
. , . We handle the only Fire-Proof Roof made .
LOOK FOR THE WHITE ROOF
It is J. M. ASBESTOS
Long Hardware Co.
CENTER STREET SOLE AGENTS
CLOCKS, STICK PINS,
CUT GLASS, BELT
LAS, NECKLACES, OPE
RA GLASSES, LEATHER
GOODS, HAND PAINTED
CHINA, BRASS GOODS,
TOILET SETS, CIGAR
CASES, MATCH BOXES,
MANICURE SETS, AND,
IN FACT, EVERYTHING
IN THIS WELL SELECT
ED STOCK MUST BE'
F. A. Hilclei bran
GUARANTEED UNDER THE PURE FOOp AND
DRUGS ACT JUNE 30 1906
$1.00 per Full Quart.
MELCZER BROS. CO.
122 West Adams St.. Telephone Main-75.
Mow to Have ihc IJcat Coue
Syrup und Savo 9S. ly
Making It nt Home.
Cough medicines, as a rule, contain a
'large quantity of plain ayrup. If you
'take one pint of granulated sugar, add
V. pint OI warm wuitr miu am uuuui
.i" minutes, you have as cood syrup as
, noney could buy.
xi you v;iii men pui uuuuu ui
Plnex (f.O cents' worth) In a pint bottle.
HEARD IN THE LOBBIES
i ; ' ...ii
Now and then an agreeable woman
achieves destlnetion as a hoste-sB, and
the remainder of the fair sex, in a vein,
half envious, half curious, wonder what
particular talent or grace n was that
enabled her to do it. They ruminate.
snccuiate. comitate, and meditate on the
.nd UU It up with the Sugar Sjrup, you lnatter. study ng the fortunate woman's
will have as much pough Bynip as you I . ' ,.,,..rfiliimoiit costume
-ould buv ready made for J2.50. it, menus, entertainments, costumes,
itni-na nerfcctlv. imajiners and everything connected with
And you will Und It the best couch her, whether intimately or remotely,
-yrup you ever used even in whooping i ... tl . . f ,.... ,lf n, .iv
4uph. You can feel it take hold usu- W,,M 11,0 ileJ' r -ours.e, of some da
emulating hit social presume, xiui.
they never discover the secret, for the
cause of it all is the one great thing
which cannot be copied or understood
personality; and personality evades
Mr. William Allen White of Emporia,
or rather of America, believes that a.
city has a personality no less than an
individual, and that the personality of
a city, evidenced Jn character by its
beauty, cleanliness and the wellfare
and good intention of its citizens, has
more to do with Its upbuilding and de
velopment than anybody realizes, lie
said as much in a recent editorial. Ad
mitting the truth of this, there are a
good many thousand people hereabouts
who will make the claim that there
never was, in the history of the world,
a city with a more engaging personality
than Miss Phoenix, and when one stops
to think of it, such unqualified indorse
ment seems very reasonable. People
come and go in the natural course of
things, but the fact is there are a good
many more coming than there are go
ing, and the Phoenix booster has the
gratification of knowing he is boosting
a sure thing. In the hotels our visitors
sleep soundly and are treated courte
ously. Old Sol remembers that he was
made to shine, the air proves to be all
and more than it was ever said to be.
and. In short they like It. They have
to. They can't help It. And a good
many who come in spend '"a few
months" stay to become permanent
illv'stons the most severe cough in 24
hours. It Is Just laxatlvo enough, has a
rood tonic efTcct .and tasto Is pleasant.
Take a tcaspoonful every one, two or
It Is a splendid remedy, too, for
noarsencss, asthma, chest pains, etc.
Plnex is the most valuable, concen
trated compound of Norway whlto plno
rxtract, rhh In gulalcol and all tho
tnaling pine elements. No other prepa
ration will work in this formula.
Thir reclpo for making cough remedy
with I'inex and Sugar Syrup is now
used and prized In thousands of homes
in the United States and Canada. Tho
plan has often been Imitated but never
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded goes with
this recipe. Your druggist bus Plner,
or will get It for you. If not. Bend to
The Pinex Co.. Ft. Wayne. Ind.
"It is hard." says Colonel Henry
Watterson, "to lose the savings of a
We know people who have done it
without half trying. Chicago Kecord-lierald.
A negro near Xenia. O., had been
arrested for chicken stealing. He had
stolen so many that his crime had be
come grand larceny.
He was tried, convicted and brought
in for sentence.
"Have you any reason to offer why
the judgment of the court should not
be passed upon you?" he was asked.
"Well, judge," ho replied. "I caln'L
go to jail now, nohow, I'm buildin a
shaek out yonder an' I jus' cain't go
till I git it done. You-all kin sholy
see dat. Philadelphia Saturday liv
MILWAUKEE AS A SHOW TOWN.
f.IIusc, Boston; Mrs. ITenry Tuk and
Miss Boyd. New York city; It. D. Bard
well. PlttsfieJd. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. It.
A. Cobb. Warren, Ohio; It. D. Bobbins.
Jr., San Franeisco; Mis Marjory Wing,
Wells Beach. Maine, and J. S. Tough.
Kansas City. Mo.
Last week Mr. and Mrs. Tyler and
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Orme motored up
to the Springs from Phoenix for a two
days' visit, and on Saturday the Mari
copa Automobile club made their an
nual run. There were fourteen
machines in all. bringing fifty-six peo
ple, and all seemed to enjoy their stay
at the Springs very much. On Satur
day night the house count was ll'.i,
which, we are told. Is the greatest num
ber of people that has ever been enter
tained there at one time. And withal,
this promises to be the moat successful
season ever experienced by this popular
The eastern people who are here
many of them for the first, time are
charmed beyond measure to find in
Arizona, which, they xay. they had ex
pected to find merely a desert, so
charming a resort; and nmny who had
planned to go to California have de
cided to remain not only throughout
this season, but to return next year.
On Saturday and Sunday afternyoits
the guests of the hotel were entertained
by bronco busting and fancy roping.
Raymond Garner and Jose Quesinln
demonstrated, tholr ability to stick to
the worst sort of bucking broncos, and
John Hardee did some fancy roping.
This was most interesting, especially to
the eastorn people, a great many of
whom had never seen anything like it
Despite the admitted fact that Mil
waukee has more theaters than most
cities of its size and Iniwirtanee. it is
known as a "bad show town" among
The manager of a big production
which played to exceedingly poor busi;
ness went away with loud and bitter
ctmjtflaints about Milwaukee and swore
he'd never dome again if he could
"There are three bad week In the
Show business which every manager
must reckon with," he said. "There is
the week before Christmas, Holy week.
and a week in Milwaukee." Milwaukee
Speaking" of the growth of phoenix.
the presence of John Roberts, of the
Roberts Construction Co.. of I.os An
geies. means mat work on the new
Adams street school building Is going
right along. Mr. Roberts cam.- in from
I-o.s Angeles last Monday to note the
progress of the construction, and said
last evening that the contract will easi
ly be finished before the additional two
months allowed by tho school board
have expired. Earl Roberts, who has
been superintending the work, is a son
of J. R. and stops at the Annex.
Jesse Gregg canje In from Flagstaff
yesterday to attend the Shriners' cere
monials and put up at the Commercial
J. W. Francis, also of Flagslaff. and a
prominent business man "nf-that" city.
arrived on the same train with Mr.
Gregg, and when last seen they were
inarching together In the parade. These
two gentlemen came together for their
mutual protection from the pitfalls and
allurements which have been known to
lead the best and most honorable of
Shriners astray on the nights "of their
grand celebrations, and they no doubt
fieleil In n Qmlfltf. anil 1,'lfi ff to .1 mn.
ner throughout the entire evening
(Flagstaffian does not mean Falstaf
flan.) B: E. I.ewine, a fire and life Insurance
man working out of Oakland, came to
Phoenix a 3hort while back an. I regis
tered at the Hotel Ford. The other day
he told a good story of the trouble he
had in getting managers ar promoters
of the Nelson-Wolgast fight, which
took place at Richmond, Cal.. on Feb
ruary 22 of last year, to Insure against
rain during the hours of the fight. The
battle was fought under the open sky
In an arena which had been especially
constructed for the occasion, and a
heavy rainfall would have subjected
the promoters to heavy loss in gate re
ceipts. Lewlne took the matter up with
the Lloyds of London, who guaranteed
a good house for a reasonable premi
um, and fortunately for the guarantors
the rain had the good grace to quit
falling aoout two hours before the
fight after having come down in
streams during the two days immedi
ately previous. One could easily Im
agine that a member of the famous
firm, with the possibility of having to
pay over the neat sum of J35.000 to the
fight promoters in mind, could have re
cited Longfellow's lines
The day Is cold and dark and drearv.
It rains, and the wind is never weary"
with great expression and feeling a
few hours before the clouds rolled
away. It might be of interest to add
here a piece of information which is
known to nearly every insurance man
that the Lloyds of London will insure
anything, no matter how great the
chance, and there is a report afloat that
at one time they insured, a British
nobleman for a heavy amount against
having twins In his family. This may
or may not be true.
FROM ALL POINTS
10 CASTLE HOT SPRINGS
A Good Round Sum
in tiu bank gives a man about the
most Comfortable feeling he can
enjoy There are many -such de
Union Bank and Trust Go,
And very few of them commenced"
their accounts with any more'
money than you have. Why not
do as they did. Start with what
you ha.e and keep adding to It.
There's comfort in the process.
THE GROWING BANK.
"My father and I -know everything
in the world," said a small boy to his
"All right.': said the latter. "Where's
It was a stiff question, but the little
fellow answered coolly, That is one of
the questions my father knows-." Tit-Bits.
BECAUSE HE COULDN'T SPELL
"Gentlemen," sai l t';e Iawj. r nr the
defense. In closing Ins tloiu nt and
Impassioned speech, "all I demand for
my client at your hands is justice
justice with a large GJ"
The prineial of the district school
was on the jury, and the verdict wu
Guilty with a larxe G. Chicago
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The Hlgley Horse & Mule company
have a carload of mores and horses
broken for sale. jn
We pay "Kash" for eggs. Wm. P
Crump Hay & Grain Co. dp
The Farmers' Cooperative Creamery
Company Is doing business at the old,1
Valley Pride creamery having pur-'
chased Mr. Dawes machinery and Is
now ready to receive all customers
for milk and cream. tt
All milk and cream Pasteurized.
Farmer' Cooperative Creamery Co.
Why not buy horses from Hlgley
Horse & Mule company when they are
sold as represented? dn
Nippon Importing Co.
JAPANESE CURIO AND ART STORE,
Htxi ts A ilama Pharmacy, an North Central Avtnut.
W carry a complete atock of Hand-Decorated China, Japaaesa
Panel, Silk Klmonoa. Children' Toy, Noveltiea, etc. We guaran
tee overy article old In thi tora to be of Japaneie manufacture and
imported from Japan.
CARL T. HIBINO, Managtr.
It is the ambition of every
bowler to some day bowl a
perfect score 300 the high
est score possible to make.
While perfection is seldom
reached by the bowler, there is
one beverage particularly re
freshing after a game which has
reached perfection. It is
The Beer of Quality
Pabst Blue Ribbon is one beer
that got a perfect score in
competition with the beers of all
nations. It is perfect in pure
food value, perfect in purity, per
fect in flavor, smoothness and
Made and Bottled Only
by Pabst in Milwaukee
The case you order today
from your dealer has the same
qualities which won for it the
title of the "World's beer of
Order today from
Arizona Mercantile Co.
Soap is cheaper than clothes
and it pays, therefore, to get
the best soap, even for laundry
purposes. The best laundry
soap made is a white soap
called "Sunny Monday,"
which contains no rosin and
is kind to clothes. One bar of
Sunny Monday will go as far
as two bars of ordinary yellow
laundry soap which contains
rosin ; its use, therefore, means
THE N. K. FA1RBAN2C COMPANY
A tenderfoot feeder once put green spectacles on his stock and fed
them shavings- To him it did not matter what they ate so long as
they were fed. Calculate what your feed cost; see that it Is palatable,
easily digested and full or nourishment and you wilt buy Zona-Falfa
ARIZONA ALFALFA MILLING
June pasture in a bag.
Zona-Falfa Dairy Feed
A milk producer.
Zona-Falfa Horse Feed
A balanced ration.
CO., Manufacturers of
Zona-Falfa Poultry Feed
Make 'em lay.
Alfalfa, meal and molasses.
Under Management of J. W. Jacobus
A now, strictly modern European plan Hotel.
Rooms en suite with bath. Elegant appointments
and up-to-date conveniences. Centrally located.
Commercial trade solicited.
319 West Washington St. Phone 2739
Guests Who Have Come From Widely
Separated Points of the Country.
Among the recent arrivals at Castle
Hot Springs hotel are the following:
Mr. and Mrs. II. "William Stevens, Pres
cott: A. C. Theusen, E. P. Ilerbold, M.
J. Pltzsimmons and Miss Pltzshnmons,
Mr. E. S. Rosenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. E
R. Born. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. MaiTdel
and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. V". Ray
mond, Mrs. C. M. Parker and Mrs. Tit
temnre. all of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs.
S. M. Ctirwen, Philadelphia; Miss Mun
tell, Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Buell Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E.
Curtin, Miss Curtin and maid. Colorado
Springs, Colorado;' Mr. and Mrs. G. II.
THE KISSEL KAR " 1 CaivFrYou"
ALWAYS IN STOCK
NEW STATE AUTO AERIAL COMPANY, TERRITORIAL AGENTS'
233 W. Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona
UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTS
It's a good thing to be well provided
against misfortune. In most cases a
supply of ready money will meet tho
necessity. N'ow Is the time to prepare
for emergencies by depositing a por
tion of your income regularly in an
interest account with this bank. The
time will come when you will appre
ciate its ' advantages. One dollar is
enough to make a beginning.
5t TRUST CO.
No system of bank supervision or
regulation can compare with that of
the United States Government. This
bank makes a rigid rule to adhere
strictly to the Federal Banking Laws
and the safety of the institution is
further guaranteed by periodical ex
aminations by Inspectors from Washington.