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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MOBOTNGr, JANUARY 12, 1901.
If' course he's happy; he's wearing
fa Bhoes. Happiness cornea to tho3e
L' A1 If nrwi tlo nlnpft In appK if
is 110-112 "West Washington St.
(e people are made happy here than
funerals, Our slippers make you
py at home. Our workingman s
makes you happy on the ranch.
c'Pa'tent Leather shoes make you
py to dfss on Sundays. Our dano-
pumps and fancy sandals make
I happy In the ball-room.
jr Ncttleton Shoe...
ike you happy wherever you ctro
our clerks will make you happy
9u come In to 16bk at our stock.
ey'ro at 110-112 W. Washington
IW IS THE- TIME!
1e tt Is Cold and Stoves
r entire line of Wood and Coal
ting Stoves at reduced prices.
tight Heaters, worth $3.25,
tight Heat rs, worth $1.00.
i tight Heaters, worth $1.50,
tlght Heaters worth $3.75, i
tight Heaters, worth $0.75,
;tlght Heaters, worth $8.50,
tight Heaters, worth $11.00,
lr entire line of WHAT-
EEIl Air Circulating Heat-
b the best wood, heater
le at a great reduction.
itchc-r Heaters, old price
(.50, now $14.00
Itchecr Heaters, aid price
1.50, now 15.20
itchecr Heater, old price
50, now 15.85.
)TAIIY HOT BLAST Coal
est" stoves are beautiful In finish
i-cry heavy and durable.
12 Rotary Hot Blast Heater
price $15.00; new price $11.90
lie Rotary Hot Blast Heater;
price $18.50; new price 14. i0
119 Rotary Hot Blast Heater;
price $22.50; new price .... 17.85
oplpe collars . 05
Plums & Atwood OH Heat- i
Plume & Atwood Oil Hcnt-
Standard Oil Heaters 6.50
Stnndard Oil Heaters 7.00
boards from 63c to $1.15. I
1 1 fall to so? our line of stoves ,
bu while 'the cold weather is en
ijes are cheap.
118 West Washington Street
kphone Na 2C0 Three rings.
i line of house furnishings and
1 hardware nt bottom prices.
zona Tablets ?
FOR SALE ONLY AT
rnTTTH ' t
mix Stationery & News Co.
fcer that our flno Uoll biu.uot lecn
Local Dally Weather Report for The
Forecast for today Cloudy.
Data for 24 hours tndl&tf 8 p. m. yes
Maximum temperature, 53; minimum
Average relative humidity, 27 per
Total precipitation, 0.
Character of day Clear.
WILLIAM Q. BURNS,
DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN.
Published by authority of the secre
tary of agriculture. All observations
taken at 8 a. in., 75th meridian time.
Phoenix, clear 2S
Chicago, cloudy 2S
Denver, Clear 10
131 Paso, clear 24
Flagstaff, clear -2
I.oa Angeles, cloudy -10
$rv Orleans, cloudy : GS
New York, cloudy ". SO
Fan Ploffo, clrnr .10
Han ViMnclr .raining 12
St. LouK cloudy 30
St. Paul. snowing -0
Yuma, clear 2"!
Washington, raining 41
Weather forecast: Cloudy
und Saturday: much warmer tonight
IN THE ASYLUM AGAIN'. Georgle
Redmond who escaped from the Insano
asylum on Tuesday night, was cap
tured in Tempe Thursday and returned
to the hospital.
BOUGHT AN ORANGE GROVE.
Mr. II. H. Morrison has bought an or
ange grove In Pomona, Cal., his former
residence, and will leave for there on
PAT CROWE WANTED. Marshal
Hooker request s anyone who has Pat
Crowe, the kidnaper, secreted about his
premises to bring him In or report to
the marshal's office. He has received
notice of a $50,000 reward and Is will
ing to divide If he gets It.
CARL POQELSTROM DEAD. Carl
Folgelstrom, who came here very ill
about a year ago, died yesterday morn
ing at his rooms on East Monroe street.
Ho leaves a wife to mourn his loss. He
was an Odd Fel'ow and most estimable
LICENSED TO WED. Marriage li
censes were Issued yesterday to Ben
L. Rlgglna ant! Refugio Hcrcda, and
John Cleveland Stockham and Jeslu
iZaztictu. The latter couple was mar
I rled by Probate Judge Langston last
A'MINING CORPORATION. Arti
cles of in:orporation of the Cupper
Tvlni- Mlnlnir rommnv were filed In the
oince of the county recorder yesterday.
'The incorporators are II. C. Baker of
( Utah, Frank E. Mlchener and Samuel
It is new, fresa and
Clean. Tfe material
Pis are right and
will be. Location
favorable. Just what
Why Wheeler's new meat
market, next door to postofilce,
wlieru he will cater 'to the best
people of Phoenix and will give
ithem the best meat obtainable.
Come and eec for yourselves.
Anti -Cough Syrup.
The Best of all Cough Syrups
Bold on a guarantee 25 CtS.
W. MA gtr
','i? Vt? W"
Prescriptions Filled at
Thomas' Drug Store.
340 C. VnSHINOTON ST.
Just the thing to
uso in writing to
your Eastern : : :
called lor yet. 813 la tlio number that gets it.
C. Stump of Ohio. The capital stocl:
NEW POSTOFPICI5. A Goodlander,
the Alhambra postmaster, was a visi
tor to Phoenix yesterday. Ho hiis
moVed Into his new brick store build
ing, which was recently completed at
n cost of $1,500. It 13-tho largest build
ing In Alhambra and a credit to its
owner and to the town.
BOY LOST, BOY FOUND. Otto Ja
cobson, a. three-year-oUl boy, strayed
away from his home at 329 South Third
avenue, yesterday afternoon and was
gone for Hcveral hours. Ills mother
growing anxious, notified the officers,
but hardly had she done so when the
young man put In an appearance.
WINTER VISITORS. Mr. and Mis.
II. II. Trowbridge of New York arrived
hero yesterday morning and will re
main during the winter. They have
rented a cottage on Kast Washington
street. Mr. Trowbridge Is assistant
counsel for the New York Centra! rail
road. A M'DOWELL. EPISODK. A war
rant was iS3u;d yesterday from Jus
tlco Gray's couit for the arrest of J.
W. Miller, who lives at McDowell, and
a deputy sherlfi left to servo It. The
complaint was made by Fermln Alba
rado, who says that ho rented a tent to
Miller for a week nnd that at the ex
piration of the time Miller refused to
either pay the rent or give up the tent.
FROM PEEPLE'S VALLEY. J. E.
Pawlcy came down from the north yes
terday morning, having been working
for nearly a year on the Monte Christo
mine ami on somo claims of his own
near by in Peeple's valley. Sinking on
the Monte Christo has been going
steadily on for some time, though work
is now temporarily Abut down. The
mine looks well and work will no doubt
be resumed before long. His o n claim
In called the Itrtl Fox, and while he h.ij
done but very little woils on It, It Is
a promlstngypropcrty and. he has two
elns of gold ore, one nearly five feet
thick nnd tha other about three feet
thick. TUeYe are many ether good IojK
ing claims In the tome district. Mr.
Pawlay says It has been very cold up
there and no'tnow. There have been a
few showers recently but no rain of
any consequence. There is ample water
In nil the mines that are developed, but
n. notable scarcity of surface water.
Some of the cattle on the range ore
looking well, but more of them are not,
nnd rain at an early day Is a necessity.
Even the oak brusli is dying f jr lack
Kvtry great fortune ha4 Its first
foundation laid in small savings. Mar
shall Field 'began work as a clerk In a
small retail dry goods store. Today he
Is one of the greatcf.1: merchants In
America. He saved SDms'thing every
day. Then he put his tuvin'gsiln a sav
ings bank, where they drew Interest.
Why not Imitate Field's example by
putting your savings In The Homi' Sav
We have an extensive list of ci'y
and suburban residences nnd improved
farms or ranches In nil dcFirable parts
of this valley. The Evans Ioan 'i
We have Reduced the Price of
the 1900 Columbia Chainlessto
and the 1900 Chain Columbia
At theso prices, the Mandard of
tlie World is cheaper than
any second grado wheel.
Call at our store and get one of those
COLUMBIA desk calendars free. Just
the thing to ketp track of future date3.
E. L ANDREWS & SON
Firet Ave, North of Fleming Blk
.Two 8-ft Show Gases For Sale...
4 r. . -
mce, $i.3u t
Your money back if you
Next Door to Santa Fe r.y. Office
a nexi uoor 10 e.inia re i;y. umce a
y y yy YTY tt Vi
The cheerful Idiot told us to
day that the cow had a great
many good qualities, but that
she was too modest to blow
her own horn. Well, we art!
not that modest. We will
have to loot our horn Just a
little have to tell you about
our assoitment of fruits the
largest and brft selected ttpok
shown by any s-tore in Ari
zona. Here's what we liavo
Big, line colpred, fine flavored
. berries, per box, 33 cents.
Bed, ripe fruit, per pound, 20
A fancy winter eating grape,
20 cents pei pound; 2 pound3
for 35 cents.
Similar to Mandarins nm
Tangerine?, only more Juicy
and sweeter, 2."i to 30 con'is per
20 cents per pound.
We have the best varieties,
and all sizes, G cents to Vi
If yieur taste Is , partial to
eweet fruK, always buy Ari
zona oranges, admitted to bj
the Mleetc&t fruit grown. For
those who prefer tart fruit,
we have California Navels, all
We use a carload every few
days of the best Oregon mil
California varieties, and ca i
phase the most particular.
Never sold so cheap before;
30 cents per dozen for the
rtlpe. Juicy winter Nelli3, will
not last much longer; C cen b
You will find many
a. good thing to ea.t
tha.t yoi will not
find elsewhere, if
you TRADE AT
Ttedondo Carnations', beauti
ful and fragrant, recclvrd
Have you a. sick friend?
Do you know how tha.t
friend would a.pprecla.te a.
little basket of fruit or a.
bunch of flowers?
Loa-vo the order and your
card with us.
We lend money on Improved real es
tate for ourselves and others. The Ev
ans Loan and Investment Co.
300 boxes window glass bought before,
the rise in price, at J. 13. Long Hard
Good hotel business for sale. Cheap
est rent In town. Good lease. Address
Hotel, this office.
Halrdrcsslng parlors, facial an3 scalp
treatment a specialty. Miss Moffat,
Uoom 1, over Boston Store.
Try the upstairs private rooms for a,
Lobster a la Newburg, at Coffee Al's
Clearance sale on entire stock. Big
reduction In all lines, especially on
school speakers, this week. Phil. Book
Depot, 34 West Washington Street.
You cdn buy an all-solid CHILD'S KID SHOE from 5 to 8 for 50c.
8JS to 11, 75 cents. Clean Up-to-Date Styles.
Our $1 50 MEN'S and.
money. DO YOU KNOW that nowhere in Phoenix can you find such a complete line
of Footwear and at as reasonable prices as at the
H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO.; ""'ffi STRiiEf
Secured by City Real
Estate. . , .
We offer high grade mortgages,
in amounts from $500 to $10,000,
'to net 'the invtstor 7 to 10 pr
cent., j depending upon the
amounts and location of prop
erty. To Property Owners :
Wo solicit from you the ngcn?y
oT any buildings or lands tint
you may own or control.
The largest Ilental and Insur
ance business In Phoenix. Our
list of bargains in proptrty for
salo Is too extensive to publish.
Weirick 1 Latham
17 N. Center St. Phone 2201.
The annual meeting of the Ariiona
Pi ess association has been called for
this city January 21, 1901, .it which
matters of Interest to the newspaper
world will be discussed and remedial
legislation will be suggested.
Sirs. I. L. Warnej, TAXIDERMIST,
C03 South Center street.
A. J. Christie professional, golf in
structor. Country club or Sixth Avenue
OUR TRADE WINNERS
A. Fresh Stock of
Laii and Sheep
, , SKINS , ,
Burnt Leatiier Work
They come to us direct
from the California tan-
0 nerles. and should not be
mistaken for the inferior
The price is $1.50 for a
single skin. A liberal dis
count In dozen lots to tlu
PALACE OF FASHION
There is a feeling of comfort la be
ing well dressed and perhaps pride,
too. But that is pardonable. If the
clothes come from here. The wearer
qf a suit made by us can feel that he
is one of the best dressed men In town.
Wo carry a large line of vicunas, chev
iots, unfinished worsted, woolens of all
descriptions. Our prices are always 25
per cent lesi than any other Unit-class
house in the territory.
A. MENDEISON, FINE TAILORING.
' .'cder In ityle, quality and low price.
1M W. Washington St., Near P. O.
We Deliver Trunks,
PACKAGES and EXPRESS
. to any part' of the City,
Phoenix Delivery. '
23 West Adams St. Phone 252G
jh GU.N . STORE
Guns Sold, Rented and
40 Noith Center., Street. '
ri w i. J&I t
I,' J I ' f fXi ti
WOMEN'S SHOES are the
Would You Better Your Condi-
s J. ERNEST WALKER
THE REAL ESTATE MAN
Largest List of Business Opportunities in
the City. I must make money for my cus
tomers if I make any for myself.
14 and 1 6 South Second Avenue. 0fllco TSSTVioPOne, 3oai
rLD A r ni? A TUTTE? TDrvM YS7 A DC
4ft JJLVn. X VJXVjC iii X
that is all
TALK ABOUT THE BEAUTIFUL SNOW!
That Is all one has a chance to do i n Phoenix, but If you want to see a
close resemblance to this feature of a northern winter,
SEE OUR SNOWFLKES!
They are a delicious cor.fection and will mlakc your mouth water. .Wo
have the exclusive agency In this territcry for FauKlt'ss Kisses.
Seasonable fruits at reasonable prl ces. A full assortment of nuts.
I s GOODMAN'S
s the Reading -
I Prescription Pharmacy. I
l CORNEtt WASHINGTON AND CENTER STREETS. ' 3
THE SCOVILLE PLUMBING CO.,
114 WEST ADASIS STREET.
Arc prepared to do your Plumbing nnd Gas Fitting on short no
tice. We employ none but first-class workmen, and guaranteo our
work in every particular.
Call and examine our large stock of Gas and Electric fixtures.
1 II H If IB 1 I
jSSitio'ii are ye
best values inLPhoenix for the
Wo want to show you somo .
i4 XlVV-'l W JTJ.LNJ-I
205-11 West Washington Street,
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
la whit you get irLeii pvrchsL&inc yoa2
food at thlo store. Good weight, hlgM
quality and low price ha mail F.
Grlebel' -;he purchasing center for th
thrifty aLd for those who appreclata
superior giades of coKeee, teaa, canned
good. eereAli, flour and meats. "L1t
and 'let llv" is our motto an w llm
up t It
Tel. 43 813-aao W. Waahl&rton at.
PHOTO SUPPLIES. Da?iSflnff.
HO7iTLA.NX & CO.
, 211 S.aiatn. Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
Hero is an Illuslraiica of the -
Yiluo of Glasses
This htrainlng, striving, over-excr-ticn
tills putihing beyond what "Na
ture Intended, is a tax on eyesight
that cannot !) levied without pel II.
In this day of small print and de
fective eyes, to refuse adequate arti
ficial aid Is unwise.
Will you be -wis', ct otherwise?
, Ceo. B, Pratt.
Arizona' Loidlng Optician.
PHOENIX, . ARIZONA.
$m? -, .