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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1914
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Have Your Eyes Examined
(Masses fitted and lenses
ground all in our establish
ment. SWIGERT BROS.
9 East Adams St.
DR. D. D. NORTHRUP
Optometerist
Rooms Papered or calcimined, J4
and up. We carry our own stock.
CAVILEER & CO.
The Decorators
108 East Adams. Phone 1829
SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU
MENTAL WORKS
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
409 West Washington St.
Arizona granite as well aa all
other granite used.
Phone l:)23 for prices
msam
BENNETT LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything In Lumber
AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLE
GI.OKK-PIIOEN'IX STAGE
Quicker and cheaper than train
fare. Globe, $15: $J5 round trip.
Leaves daily at 8 a. m.; arrives
Koosevelt 2 p. m.; Globe and Miami,
1:30 p. m. Passengers collected from
any part of tle city. Tickets at
Adams and Ford Hotels and Shaw's
Smoke House. W. A. Hill, Prop., 28
N. Second Ave.
REDEILL MUSIC CO.
Established in 1881
224 West Washington St.
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED
Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished
TOM & SING'S
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals, 33 Cents.
Short Orders All Night.
2G North Center, Phoenix
1 l H..IL, ,J I (,P
Lodge Noticei
iuuutrmnrir inri-
LOYAL ORDER OF' MOOSE
Phoenix Lodge, No.
708; Meetings every
Tuesday, Moose home
28 S. Center. Visit
ing brothers invited.
George N. MacBean,
Dictator; Walter R.
Van Tyne, Secretary.
"THAT'S THE
NICEST SOAP
I'VE EVER
USED,"
is what more than one
particular customer has
said about our Owl
special soap. 3 large
cakes for 50c.
M.ni(.(xiw.
nOTORCYClt DELIVERY- 15T.AVC.&APAS
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
DONE SEE THAT THIS
Is on it or that it Is done by
one of the firms below, who
are entitled to use it:
ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
ARIZONA GAZETTE
ARIZONA STATE PRESS
CAPITOL PRINTING CO.
MESA TRIBUNE
WATKINS PRINTING CO.
SOCIALIST BULLETIN
THE QUALITY PRESS
(Signed)
Label Committee
v IS
PRINTING
For Picture Framing
go to
BALKE'S
The Big Curio on Adams
Street
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY
Water service report for Aug. 24:
Elevation of water in reservoir,
feet H5.79
Contents of reservoir, acre ft.. 176,498
Gain preceding 24 hours, acre
feet 1,607
Normal flow of Salt and Verde
rivers at Granite Reef dam,
M. 1 64,600
Normal flow water for lands
up to year excess
Amount of water used for irri
gation, north side M. 1 36,310
Amount of water used for irri
gation, south side, M. 1 23,705
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Temperature, degrees 77 98
Sensible temperature 66 73
Humidity per cent 56 30
Wind direction SE W
Wind velocity, miles 2 6
Rainfall T 0
Weather Clear Clear
Highest temperature 98
Lowest temperature 73
Mean relative humidity 43
Total rainfall T
Deficiency in temperature yesterday
2 degrees.
Excess in temperature since first of
month, 16 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 327 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .03
inch.
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month, .76 inch.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1, 2.47 inches.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday ..94
Rainfall yesterday 0
ROBERT R. BRIGGS,
Section Director.
BACK FROM FLAG State Audi
tor J. C. Callaghan returned yester
day from Flagstaff.
JUDGE DUFFY HERE Judge
Frank G. Duffy of Nogales is in
Phoenix on a short visit.
HINES-STEED . MARRIAGE Sam
uel Hines and Dovie Steed were mar
ried yesterday by Judge C. W. John
stone.
R A N DA L L-WHEATLY MAR-
RIAGE Sylvian S. Randall and Irene
Hezel E. Wheatly were united in
marriage yesterday. Judge C. W.
Johnstone officiating.
KEATING-GRANT Lee Roy Grant
and Miss Mary Keating, both form
erly of this city were married on
August 13. Mr. and Mrs. Grant are
now residing at Ray.
GILA COUNTY DIVISION CASE
Appeal on the demurrer granted in
(he superior court of Maricopa coun
ty in the Miami county case was
filed in supeme court yesterday.
HERE FROM THE COAST Mrs.
O. N. Creswell of West Washington
street, has returned after a two
months' stay at San Diego, Los An
geles and Long Beach.
HERE FROM THE NORTH
Sheriff Joe Wood and T. E. Pulliam
of Navajo and Coconino counties,
were Phoenix visitors yesterday. Sher
iff Pulliam is en route home after
a trip to the Fort Grant Industrial
school.
BIRTHDAY HONORS Things were
merry and bright at the A. L. Bump
residence on West Adams street, last
night. The occasion was the birth
day of Raymond Ketcham, who was
made the guest of honor at a con
vivial Dutch supper "stood" by Mr.
and Mrs. Bump.
OLD-TIME RANCHER LOW
Concern is felt by his many friends,
for the condition of J. A. Vinson, an
old-time Arizonian who lies very
near to death at his ranch home
some six miles to the northwest from
Phoenix out on the Christy road. On
Saturday Mr. Vinson had a fall
which broke his thigh, and his age
and condition of health make his
chances of recovery rather remote.
ON VACATION O. R Carl and
Frances Llndstrom and A. S. Han
son left yesterday on an all-Arizona
vacation. They are first heading for
the Roosevelt dam where they will
pass a few days. On their return
they will start out again for a trip
into the Verde valley for a stay of
a couple of weeks.
OLD CATTLEMAN ILL Little
hope Is entertained for the recovery
of Henry Welborn, an old-time cat
tleman of Arizona. For some con
siderable time an undiagnosed inter
nal complaint has been troubling
him. This culminated some six
weeks ago in chronic illness, and to
day the doctors attending him give
but small hope of his surviving this
last bout. Mr. Welborn has been
prominent as a cattleman In the
state for a great number of years
For many years he has been estab
iished on his ranch ten miles to the
northwest of Phoenix.
COSTLY JOY RIDE Evidently In
tending to "make a night of it,"
crowd of Mexicans the other night
"borrowed" a horse and buggy from
the corral of Bob Hayes. The whole
party of six, four men and two wo
men piled in and straightway did
their best to paint , the village red,
However, the celebrations developed
into what constitutes the disorderly
and they were at once pulled up
with a Jerk. The sequel came yes
terday when the party was brought
up before Judge Parker to answer a
charge of malicious injury to prop
erty and disturbance of the peace.
The men of the crowd, Pedro Mor
ano, Juan Pasos, Frank Lopez and
Jesus Bracaniote were each mulcted
in a fine of $5, whilst the charge
against the women was dismissed,
LONG CHALMERS TRIP
WITHOUT BLOWOUT
F. Wolpe Returns From 614 Mile
Journey in Northern Arizona
When I. F. Wolpe returned a day or
two ago from a trip in his Chalmers
car to Prescott, Flagstaff, the Grand
Canyon and a dozen other northern
Arizona points, he glanced at his
speedometer and noted that he had
traveled 614 miles. Then he looked
over his tires and found them in ap
parently just as good condition as
when he started. He hadn't had a
blowout in the entire trip. Accom
panying Wolpe was his wife and their
family.
Speaking of the trip yesterday, Wolpe
said that he found the roads in good
condition and that it was not until he
had reached the Agua Fria on the re
turn trip that the slightest trouble was
encountered. It was at that point that
he ran into a cloudburst and before
he knew it his entire machine was sub
merged, even the seats being covered
with water.
After considerable difficulty a four-
horse team was secured and the ma-
hine was pulled out upon dry land. An
hour was spent in removing the mud
nd then without giving the engine any
attention, Wolpe proceeded to crank
up, the motor started and the big Chal
mers came on into Phoenix as though
the unexpected bath was but part of
the day's work. Wolpe says he had
uch a good time on the trip he is al
most decided to again make the same
Journey.
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HERE FROM EL PASO. Mrs. B. F.
Hammett, wife of the late B. F. Ham-
mett of El Paso, is visiting in Phoe
nix and the valley this week.
MATRIMONIAL Marriage licenses
were issued yesterday to Sylvian S.
Randall and Irene Hazel E. Wheatly,
both of Maricopa county; Peter M.
Hansen' and Vida Sophia Lowen-
stelna, both of Maricopa, and to
Sidney G. Scott and Frances Ezell,
both Maricopans.
JACK GAMBLE THE MAN Ow
ing to a slight misunderstanding of
the name The Republican printed on
Sunday morning in a story of the
transfer of the Higley residence pro
perty, that Jack Boland had acquired
the noted property. This is in er.-or.
It should have stated that Jack
Gamble had.
KELLY DOWN FROM FLAG.
Marcus P. Kelly, state agent of the
Occidental Life Insurance company of
New Mexico and Arizona, came down :
yesterday from Flagstaff, where he j
has been spending the summer, for
the purpose of securing a house for
his family during the fall and winter.
He will return north this evening.
DR. BRADBURY RETURNS Dr.
nd Mrs. Charles C. Bradbury returned
yesterday from a visit to Prescott.
They made the trip both ways in their
automobile and reported good roads.
While in Prescott they met many Phoe
nix people, the majority of whom said
they, were there largely because it had
become the custom to seek a change
for a time in order that they might re
turn and appreciate Phoenix more.
THE KING'S PROCLAMATION
The British vice consul for this dis
trict has, by the direction of the
secretary of foreign affairs of the
English ministry. Sir Edward Grey,
issued a . proclamation from King
George V., warning all subjects of
Great Britain against giving aid and
succor to the German government
during the present hostilities es
pecially in the matter of money. The
proclamation is published in full in
nother column of this paper.
A TEN POUND BOY Adolph Tri-
bolet is throwing out his chest a Whole
lot more than usual these days and
inquiry developed the fact that a ten
pound boy stopped off at his home a
few days ago and began calling Mr.
and Mrs. Tribolet, "papa" and "mam
ma" respectively. Adolph is usully a
quiet, law abiding citizen, but since the
boy came to his home he has developed
Into a veritable talking machine telling
his friends of the wonderful event and
of the doin's of the youngster. Mother
and baby are doing nicely.
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Why All Progressive Party Voters
Should Vote at the Primaries
By Geo. B. Wilcox
There are several reasons why
every member of the progressive
party should register his or her vote
at the coming primaries, and among
them are the following:
1st. We owe it to our candidates
who have consented to make the race
against the well known democratic
majority in this state. These good
men and women have shown their
confidence in the new party by an
nouncing themselves as candidates
for office on our ticket, and have
beeen assured that the progressive
movement in Arizona has not lost
anything during the past two years
of inaction, and a good showing at
the primaries will convince them of
this fact and will have a tendency to
encourage them in their fight.
2nd. A good showing at the pri
maries will encourage the great
number of intelligent men and wo
men, who are thinking of changing
their party affiliation this fall, to
come with us instead of staying at
home on election day, or casting their
lot with some other organization.
3rd. A strong vote at the primar
ies will have a tendency to encour
age the voters of other states who
are in, doubt as to the future suc
cess of the progressive party.
Let ua all turn out and give the
new party the boost she deserves,
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RETAIL GROCERS
Retail Grocers of Phoenix will meet
at Board of Trade 8 P. M., Friday, to
discuss organization of a Retail Gro
cers Association. All retail grocers are
urged to be present. Advertisement.
dn
NOW IS THE TIME The Electric
carpet Cleaners. Phone 733. Adver
tisement, gb
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New show at Empress tonight. Ad
vertisement. It
SOME SUMMERING
ARIZONIANS
Mrs. O. D. Fulton has returned to
hr home at West Polk street from
Salem, III.
J. O. Mullen, who has been spend
ing a few weeks on the coast and
in and around Berkeley, will leave
there for his home in Tempe, August
27.
Miss Ulan Hudlow has returned to
he' home in Tempe after a month
enjoyed in a fine vacation in Pres
cott. ' Mrs. Alice S. Hine, vacationing in
the east, is now located at Webster,
Mass. She is registered at the Hotel
Maanexit.
Mrs. Earl is now enjoying the cool
sea breezes in the city by the Har
bor of the Sun. Her address is 2230
Albatross street, the De Luxe apart
ments. Miss Bertha B. Goldsworthy, of
this city, who has been spending the
last week or two in Mosida, Utah, is
now In Los Angeles, Cal. .
H. C. Bennett has been heard f-om
and his address is 1076 East Ocean
avenue, Long Beach, Cal., where he is
enjoying a well -earned vacation.
Mrs. A. B. Clark, of 222 East
Roosevelt street, is leaving for Pres
cott, where she will spend the rest
of the summer season.
S. J. Bourson, who has for the last
month, enjoyed a splendid vacation
at Avalon, Catalina Island, has re
turned to his Phoenix home, 1729
West Madison street.
Alice Lawson is spending the sum
mer In Los Angeles, Cal. Her ad
dress there is 1629 Park avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smith have
returned from a three months' visit
east.
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AD CLUB ACCEPTS The Phoe
nix Ad club has accepted the invita
tion of Governor Hunt to visit the
penitentiary in a body and make a
thorough inspection of the system in
vogue there, and the methods em
ployed in tveating the convicts. It is
expected that the whole club, some
fifty live wire ad men, will motor
to Florence on Sunday, September
13, taking lunch there and spending
the afternoon in the inspection.
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THE LATE JACK SWILLING
To the Editor Republican.
Sir:
Having noticed in your paper of the
22nd an article referring to the finding
of a rifle belonging to John Swilling, I
feel it my duty to write a few lines,
as we were pioneers and neighbors to
gether from 1870 to 73, and I know him
to be a man worthy of mention as he
was a good citizen, friend and neigh
bor. He and his good wife showed their
good lieartedness by ever being ready
to feet any hungry traveler which
numbered in the hundred traveling
through the country in those early
days. From an experience I had with
him I know him to be a loyal friend
and fearless in carrying out justice
when he knew he was in the right as
he protected me and probably saved
my life, knowing I was inexperienced
in western ways in those days and in
justice was being done me by two par
ties over water. In regards the Rich Hill
strike he told me he was the first man
there and dug out 33 thousand dollars
worth of gold with his butcher knife
from the size of a grain of wheat to a
hen egg.
Knowing them both personally I
should subject in justice that the rifle
should go to Mrs. Swilling or anything
else belonging to Jack Swilling.
To him Phoenix owes a great deal
cf its progress in early days as we
pioneers well remember.
CHARLES DAVIES,
Aug. 24, 1914.
NOTICE TO BRITISH SUBJECTS IN
ARIZONA AND SONORA.
By direction of Secretary Sir Ed
ward Grey I have to bring the within
proclamation to your notice.
J. T. T. PAXTON.
British Vice-Consul
BY THE KING
George R. I.
A Proclamation.
WHEREAS a state of war exists
between Us on the one hand and the
German Empire on the other:
And whereas it constitutes adher
ence to Our enemies for any of Our
subjects or persons resident or being
in Our dominions during the contin
uance of the state of war to contrib
ute to or participate in or assist Ifl
the floating of any loan by the Ger
man Government, or to advance mon
ey to or enter into any contract or
dealings whatsoever with the said
Government (save upon Our com
mand), or otherwise to aid, abet, or
assist the said Government:
Now, therefore, We do hereby warn
all Our subjects and all persons resi
dent or being in Our dominions who
may be found doing or attempting any
of such treasonable acts as aforesaid
that they will be liable to be appre
hended and dealt with as traitors, and
will be proceeded against with the ut
most rigour of the law.
Given at Our Court at Buckingham
Palace this fifth day of August, in the
year of Our Lord nineteen hundred and
fourteen, and in the fifth year of Our
reign.
God Save the King!
(Advertisement) It
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AUCTION SALE Friday Aug. 28th
at Mclllmoil ranch, 8 miles west of
Phoenix, 30 fine Holstein cows, heavy
milkers; horses, hogs, farming imple
ments, etc. John Christian, Owner. C.
O. McMurhry, Auctioneer. Advertise
ment, dp
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NOW IS THE TIME The Electric
carpet Cleaners. Phone 733. Adver
tisement. b
ixew snow at Empress tonight. Ad
vertisement. it
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GUNS for rent. Plnney & Robin-
ton. Advertisement.
The Best
Values
in Phoenix
Are prevailing now
during our sale of
summer goods. Ev
erything 'summery'
has GOT to go, and
we've marked
these goods so low
that they will go.
Trousers reduced
one - quarter in
price. Straw Hats
50 and more.
Suits 25, Silk
Shirts 25 , and
many other articles
that will appeal to
the thrifty buyer.
McDougall
and Cassou
Buy Square Diehl
Shoes and Cut Your
Bills in Two!
Values in footwear are best mea
sured by what you spend in a
year rather than what you give
for each pair, and IN THE
COURSE OF A YEAR you can
keep your entire family comfort
ably, fashionably shod for NO
MORE THAN HALF what you
would spend at other stores. That's
in undoubted fact. Thousands of
shoe buyers have known it for
years their number is constantly
growing. Start cutting your shoe
bills by getting your shoe needs
it
H. A. Diehl Shoe Co.
8 W. Wash.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to extend our sincere
thanks to our friends and neighbors,
the Redmen, Pocohontas, and the Fra
ternal Brotherhood Lodges for their
help and sympathy during our recent
bereavement caused by the death of
our son and brother, Frank J. Bacon.
Signed: MR. AND MRS. M. A. FUSS
AND FAMILY. dm
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CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank our friends and
neighbors, the K. of P., Moose and Fra
ternal Brotherhool Lodges for their
help and sympathy during our recent
bereavemenf caused by the death of
our son and brother, Earl R. Miller.
Signed: MRS. LILLIAN M. MILLER
CLYDE L. MILLER
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MERCHANTS AND FRIENDS
Your money's worth
The Tanner Chapel Club will serve
an excellent dinner and supper at the
A. M. E. church, cor. 2nd St. and Jef
ferson. Tuesday, Aug. 25th, '14.
The menu will be as follows
Chicken Fricasse style, Bird Pie,
Southern baked beans, potatoes in
cream.
Salad
Hot rolls, Cold Slaw, Country butter.
Desert
Pure maple Ice cream, old style pound
cake.
Drinks
Coffee, Ice Tea, Butter Milk
Now isn't this worth 35c.
Dinner begins at 11:30 A. M.
Accomodations for 100 at a setting
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BATHING SUITS. Pinney & Ro
binson. (Advertisement.)
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Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
Have you tried
Nature's Remedy
Tablets?
25c, 50c and $1.00
If you want a sample call in. We
are special agents for Phoenix.
Elvey & Hulett
Quality Druggist.
Never Substitute.
O'Neil Building, Northwest corner
Adams and First Ave., Phoenix.
Phones 411 and 441.
Political Announcements
SAM F. WEBB
Candidate for
State Senator
Subject to the Democratic Primary
September 8, 1914.
Meridian Precinct
Cashion P. O., Arizona.
Graduate of Maricopa County
Schools and Tempe Normal. Ten
years a teacher
ORRIN L. STANDAGE
Candidate for County School Su
perintendent. Democratic primary
Sept. 8.
R. F. GARNETT
announces that he is a candidate
for the office of County Treasurer,
subject to democratic primaries
to be held on September 8, 1914.
One GOOD term deserves another
State Senator
H. A. DAVIS
Candidate for renomination
Subject to the Democratic Primary
September 8.
E. E. JACK announces himself as
a candidate for the office of
SUPERVISOR OF MARICOPA
IOUNTY, subject to democratic
primaries, September 8, 1914.
HUBERT W. CLARK announces
his candidacy for the office of
SUPERIOR JUDGE OF MARI
'J
COPA COUNTY, subject to the
action of the Democratic Primary,
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Ladies'. Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all
foot troubles removed. Moles and
warts removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
Phone 1704
39 East Adams Street
S" H O- E' S
and Hosiery That's all.
Harry A. Drachman
Shoe Co.
22 West Adams St.
MACHINERY
Machinery of all kinds built, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
shop in state. Only expert me
chanics. Work guaranteed.
OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY
326-328-330 N. Central
California Restaurant
Under new management.
Give us a trial!
ANTHRACITE COAL FUEL OIL
Best Lump Coal and Wood
PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO.
South Third St. and Jackson St.
Phone 1235
Garden City Besturant
New Location
21-23 East Adams St.
5 gals. Zerolene $2.85
5 gals. Vacuum Mobile Oils.. $3.50
5 pounds Arctic Cup Grease.. .85
and Only Red Crown Gasolin.
PHOENIX OIL CO.
Phone 1330
221 W. Jeff. St.
American-European
The genial management anticipates
?uest. Within easy walking distance
ieatre and place of amusement.
iiif: a . ffi JUH El I
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With your family spend a day, a week, or a month and enjoy the comfort
of the NEW PALACE, where everything is cheerful and homelike.
ON NO. ONE CAR LINE AT FIFTH AND ELM STREETS
Take Auto or Taxi to the hotel at our expense.
W. A. Laidlaw, Proprietor.
Cash and Credit
make a fine working team. Start that account now to secure the
first one, the other is sure to follow. :
The National
"Old
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for nomination to the office of
SHERIFF OF MARICOPA
COUNTY
Subject to the action of the
Democratic Prlmariee
JEFF D. ADAMS
W. H. WILKY "
Candidate for Sheriff
of Maricopa County
Subject to democratic primaries,"
September 8, 1914.
FRANK H. LYMAN
Candidate for Nomination
COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Maricopa County, Democratic Pri
mary, September 8.
Wm. E. Thomas, having filled the
position of Clerk of Superior Court
for past two years, announces ,that
he is a candidate for renomination
at the Democratic Primaries, Sep
tember 8, 1914.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Judge of the super
ior court of Maricopa county at
the Republican Primary, Sept. 8,
1914.
PAUL RENAU INGLES
JAMES T. MURPHY
East Side Candidate for
CONSTABLE
Subject to Democratic Primary,
Sept. 8, 1914.
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E. S. WAKELIN CO.
WHOLESALE
GROCERS
Hot Weather
SPECIALS
Roast Veal, Roast Pork,
Roast Mutton,' Chipped
Beef, Boiled Ham, Pick
led Lamb Tongue, Pickled
Pig's Feet, Cooker Corn
Beef. ,
Tribolet's Market
Opposite City Hall, 114 E. Wash
ington St.
Phones: O 788. 789
Butter-Nut Bread
Pure as the Drifted Snow
Since 1881
Phoenix Bakery
7 W. Washington St.
SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER
Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
Oriental Cream
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
RemoTM Tan, Plmpief,
Freckles, Moth Ptcbe,
Rath eod Skin Diieasoa.
and every blenmh on
beatitj, and dfle de
tection. It has stood
the test of 66 yean, ami
is bo harmleta we taite
it to be are It ih pro
perl; made. Accept ao
counterfeit of eiruiljir
name. Dr. L A. Say re
said to a lady 01 the
hau.tton ( patient):
''As you ladles wilt ue
them, I recommend
Gouraud'e Cream'
ai the leait harmful of all the skia preparation."
At itrucfiiitaoa ueparrmeni etorei u .
Ferd.T.Hepklni & San, Props.. 37 Breat Jones St., NX D.
Spend your vacation at the
NEW PALACE HOTEL
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.
A high class hotel for refined peo- I
pie. Tou will enjoy the social
events and the people you meet.
the wants and requirements of every
of the shopping district and of every
I
George L. Mayna. Manager
Bank of Arizona ;
Reliable" . , . 1
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