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pUCKS ARE PLENTIFUL, NOW;...
And You May Need:
TO KENT A FINE GUN. Wo'havo Smiths, Xcfevcrs, and others, hammer
nnd hantmcrless, nt 50o per day. (
AMMUNlTION.i Rest factory loaded, fresh. .Also our own superior hand"
loaded ammunition, guaranteed 20 per cent bctiter than any otlicr.
DECOY DUCKS, COc each, $6.50 dozen.
DUCK CALLS, 50c, all styles.
HUNTING COATS, Jl, $1.25, 2, J2.50, $3.
LEGGINGS. 75e, 1, J1.23 and upwards.
If You Load Your Own Shells
We have at all times Hazard and Dupont smokeless powders fresh, chilled
and drop shot, empty paper and brass shells, primers, wads, etc.
I'rlces are right, too. Buy your gun goods at THE QUN STORE.
PINNEY & ROBINSON,
QUHS, BICYCLES, CAMERAS, TYPEWK1TEHS, SPOBTINO GOODS.
I was being 'transported on a couch
of velvety rases, through the most
beautiful world Imagination could pic
ture. Sweetest of music was being
afted through the air.
The perfume-laden zophyr gently
fanned my tired brow. A chorus f
angelic voices could be heard from
behind the rose-tinted clouds.
silvery notts as they Illltrd gaily '
among the grandest flowors that any
human being had ever sein and I
owned it all. I would live forever In
"Henry, if you don't drink i
the rest of that ANKOLtt
COrrei: it will get Cold'
were inc iwoms mat urougnt me dock
to earth again, and that was no dream
. . .
ANKOLA fresh roasted,
ground or pulverized, 35
cents per pound, or 3
pounds for $1.00.
only, at the Store That's Always Busy.
Mm M Store,';
Pt-mberton block opposite court housed
Telephone 2514. ' i
Pretty Marriage Ceremony at the
Home of the Bride's Mother.
A very pretty wcddlngtook place last
evening nt the residence of tho bridc'3
mother at No. 27 Illinois street. Tho
contracting parties were Mr. John H. I
Iturgcr and Mips Nina Nash, the Rev, I
Lapsley A. McAfee olllclatlng. (The
parlors Mere very prettily decorated in j
white and pink and the floral display '
vwin in Kci'jmiK. xiiu tiriuu mimi-u
dainty and sweet in htr simple costume
The wedding was a quiet one owing
to the Illness of the 'brjde'a mother,
none but the Immediate members of
thn family telng present. After tho
ceremony the young couple were driven
to the residence of Mr. Harry Parker,
where a reception was held, after
jvhlch a dainty wedding supper ws
'Mr. and Mrs. Rurger will be nt Home
In their new homo on South First
avenue. The groom Is tho popular and
fliclent engineer of the electric light
works and the bride, since childhood,
has resided In this city nnd is well und
favorably know n. Many friends Join In
congratulating the happy couple.
I n. it ,.
On and after Febru
ary 1st, 1901, we will
be located at NO. 10
West Adams St., Good
ing Building, (between
T Postoffice and Hotel Y
Adams), with Pianos,
Organs and all kinds of
2 Musical instruments.
Your Trade Solicited.
'...UPC iifcj Jv94!MM4
40 North Center St. Phoenix.
Additional Local I
HD WAS SLEEPIN' SO SWEET.
There was an Incident In the lata
legislative visit to Jerome which has
been unintentionally omitted from tho
record. The first morning out a mem
ber observed that all his brother legis
lators had their shoes brilliantly pol
ished, while his own were coated with
Salt Ulvcr valley alkali dust. lie In
quired of one of them wheie tlu Job
had been done. The reply was that the
porter had probably done It. though It
had occurred In the night. After
inquiry In other quarters the leg
islator went to the porter and In
quired why lie had been overlooked in
ithc general shoo reformation. "Have I
done anything to you or to the railroad
company to which ou take exceptions
Or do I look like a huysced whoso eyes
ought not to be subjected to tho unac
customed dazzfery of a shoe shlno?"
The .1 porter replied that he had no
opinion on either subject, but he said,
"Ross, If youse klckln' 'eauso yo shoes
nlnt shlncd, I'll tell you how It wan.
When I comes aroun dls mornln' yo
was sleepln' so sweet I hated to wnlco
yo up. The other geniemen took their
shoes off when they went to bed an'
put 'em down on tho floor where they
was handy to git." f
L. E. How ins has moved his riffleo
from the Monlhon building to tho Hew.
Ins building, corner First and Adams
3C0 boxes window glass bought before
the rise in price, at J. H. Long Hard
No question about the best place to
e.it. Is at Coffee Al's Restaurant.
It has been our good iortune to secure the aeency of two good trade articles,
which are proving to be two exceedingly good trade winners. They are
The Celebrated "OX BREECHES" for Men's Wear
The Celebrated "fiotiany Mills Golf Skirls" for Ladies' Wear
These Skirts are made by, the "Woolen Mills, direct from theirl ooms. No
manufacturers' profits paid, strictlyall wool, full sweep, best hanging, well
and accurately made and sell for $4.50 and $2.50 each.
See tHe display In Our
Big; Center Window . .
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The "Ox Breeches" aic
the manufacture of the
tame mill; no manufactur
er's profits paid; mado by
them dlreot from their
looms; guaranteedc "never
rip;" extra well made, most
stylish cut and patterns;
no buttons to coii.t oft and
always right. Price range
from 90 cents to 13 per pair.
J& iJPt V W O Jr
Our entire slock of
price," but virtually at your own price We do not intend to pack away a single
article of Winter stock, but are making this a
" BENEFIT SALE
For all purchasers of Dry Goods, Underwear, Clothing, Cloaks, Capes, Hosiery,
Hats, Waists, Skhts, Wrappers, and all Heavy Goods. You can afford to do your
NEXT WINTER'S BUYING now and get good interest on the money you
invest. The wise will profit by this; arc you among them?
T1 !!' OB
5eid in your Mail
Orders. We will
take care of them.
fcHAVg YOU SEEN IT?
Look in the Window
THE U. S. SEPARATOR.
The best cream scparitor on earth.
D. H. BURTIS,
Agent for Maricopa County.
3l-33 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.
We wish to remind you that
our carload of furniture has ar
rived. We will now have a line of
chamber suits ranging in price
from $20 to $45, , and about
twctnty-four different patterns
to select from. Of course they
arc not all In a presentable
condition yet, but will be short
ly. We also have a nice lino of
Havlland and Vienna china on
dlfplay. Wo carry tho largest b
stock of sewing machines in tho
territory and can supply you
with one ait your own price. In
fact, we carry nearly every
thing for tho home. Don't take
our word for It, but come Jn and
see for yourself. Visitors al
wnyg welcome at ourstare.
21-23 East Washington Street.
NEW YORK STORE
XuLrttihfil frci TJft, as r:el 'rc Cofearait
j.cuniff:, TexrtzMs, Jxt:e, 1000,
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The New York Store.
Onty make awarded a gold medal
A MUNICIPAL SELECTION
Of a Bride For a Phoenix Kino
Ilobcrt Stevens who Is said to bo en
gaged in tho mining Industry. maUlnjf
Phoenix his headquarters, appears to
have been maklng-an Improper, if not
unlawful, use of the United Statct)
malts. The story Is to'd In the follow
ing article from the I'iltsburg CommprT
clal Gazette, which accounted It to b5
of such unusual Importance that if
put a head over It half as wide as n.
page and almost one-fourth as long:
"When Robert Stevens, mine owner,
of Phoenix, Arizona, emerges from thii
mountains and hurries back to hl'n
homo In Phoenix, ho ?vlll, find In hlfj
mall the addrew and plctiirn of a.
young lady who wants to marry him.
and who In the Judgment of Mayor W.1
J. Dlehl Is liest qualified to discharge
the duties of wife to Mr. Stevens, and
with whom he has reason to believe
the Arizona mine owner will be satis
fled. The letter and photograph fitarto.1
on their trip to Arizona nt noon today.
Mr. Stevens- Is expected to take Im
mediate aotlon. There will likely bo a
wedding soon. N
"After Mnyor Dlehl had announced
several wcck3 ago that he had ic
celved a letter from Robert Stevens, ol
Phoenix, "Arizona, asking the assistance
of the chief executive of this city In
getting him a. wife in Pittsburgh, thro
were numerous answers from young
women. Letters with and without
photographs poured Into the olce of
tho mayor, but Btrange to ay, none of
them were -from Pittsburgh woro'n.
There were many letters from Alle
gheny and some from as far away :i3
West Virginia, but none of them were
ftom young Pittsburgh women.. The
mayor had originally Intended to for
ward nil the letters to the Phoenix
man. but flnallv decided that ha would
select one from the list and snd It to
tho miner with the recommendation
that lie look no further for a wife.
The selection was made through the
assistance of Mayor's Clerks John C.
Henry and W. C. Wright, who weru
called Into the conference, as the may
or thought their wide and varlci cMie
rlence would be of a great deal of valuo
In coming to a decision. The joung
lady who was selected received tho
votes 5f the tl-rqe members of th- con
ference. The package was made up
this morning and mailed at r.oon,
Tho photograph of the young lady 3a-
rate AS TRACES
oifered you, "not at half
Iccted was not the handsomst of the
pictures that accompanied the aDpllca
tlons. She Is ,"omeIy, however, and
would .compare favorably with the nia
Jorlty of youn? women. Htr letter,
however, was the most sensible of the
lot. She came to the point at once, und
said that she did not want to get mar
ried tpr the purpose of leading a life of
Idleness, but that she wanted to be the
helpmeet of some gi"od man The namo
of the successful apllcan will not bo
made public. Others who write letters
will receive them again as all commun
ications will be returned by the mayor
with the exception of the successful
on. The young lady who has written
the mayor with regard to the matter,
and who docs not receive her letter
again, may Judge from that that sho
was successful. Those that got their
letters back may know that they are
no longer ,ln the running."
Tho Pitsburgh Telegraph considered
the subject too sacred' for prose, so
dropping into poetry produced the fol
lowing ballad next best to John Gil
A far-off Ar'7.jna man
Decided ha itut wed
And have for bride a Pittsburgh girl.
At least that's what he said.
So to our Mayor Delhi ho wrote,
And begged him to assist
In putting two more names upon
Sly Cupid's lenghthy list.
The mayor thought 'twas work enough
To run this bl town.
But still he didn't like to turn
The distant stranger down.
At last ho summoned all his clrk?,
And they devised a plan
To get a girl they thought would tult
This Arizona. man.
They put the man's appeal In print
And spread it far and wide,
So every girl could have n chanco
To bo a Happy bride.
But when the facts had been proclaimed
In town and far beyond
TJie mayor said he greatly feared
That no girl would respond.
Next day to his surprise he saw
Replies come pouring in
Bach postman bringlng.lcttcrs stacked
From hands up to his chin.
And with'replles came photographs,
Some showing cutest curls;
But, strange to say, mo-Jt of thorn rant,.
From Allegheny girls.
The limit for replies expired,
And then the task began.
For It was hard to make a choice
From those who sought the man.
But finally the mayor picked
One he thought suited best,
And soon her photograph and ' te
Were speeding to the west.
Now, whether she's a Pittsburgh girl
Or Allegheny 1)011?
Is something that the mayor pays
At present he won't tell.
(But he Is sure that she will ault
The Arizona man,
And that he'll come to claim il3 bride
As quickly as he ran.
The secret can't be long wlthhiM,
For there'll be no names missed
When eager eyes still closer scan
The marriage license list.
In time the wedding day will come.
And when the knot Is tied
Our mayor ought to be the first
To kiss the blushing bride.
THE PRESIDENT'S VISIT
Phoenix Not Tot Included in the
At a late meeting of the board of
trade an Invitation was extended to
President McKlnley ruiucstlng him to
visit Phoenix on the occasion of his
apprpachlng trip to San Francisco, to
be present at the launching of the bat
tleship Ohio. The invitation was for
warded to Washington nnd In replyj
President Evnn), of the board of trade,
received the following reply from the
president' private secretary:
"Executive Munition, Washington,
1 , "January 30, 1901.
I "My Dear Sir: Your letter of recent
date extending to tho president a cor
dial Invitation to visit Phoenix on the
occasion ol? his proposed trip to the
Pacific coast, has been received.
I "IrTrcpIy I beg to state that the plans
for the ,trfo have not yet been com
pleted, nnd it Is not now known what
(illcs will be Included In the Itinerary.
X shall, however.Nbc very glad to call
attention to your wishes when(tho de
tails of tho Journey are under consid
eration. 1 "Assuring you, and through you the
members of your organization, of the
liresldent's cordial appreciation of this
courtesy, believe mc, y
' "Very truly yours,
I "GEO. B. COUTEL.YOU,
"Sect clary to" tho president.
Mr. J. W. Evans, president, etc.
We lend money for ourselves and
cithers on Improved real estate. The
Evans Loan and Investment' Co.
I For up-to-date dentistry at eastern
prices go to Dr. L. C. Gonzales, corner
Washington and Center streets, Cotten
black. All work guaranteed or your
money returned If you are not pleased.
'We have J.he largest assortment of
bpdroom puKs in the territory.
iTwcnty-clght different styles to co
Ujct from. Goldeni pak, White Enamel
and Ulrdseyo Maple, all shapes, eolorn
and ttjlcs. If you aic in need of
XNY'TMINO for the comfort of the
homo for an ornament, come to our
utore. Honest goods at honest prlce3
l:l our motto.
22,24, 26, 28 W. Waskiigtei Street.
1 WrJl A4. ,, MMM4
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"When everything else- has failed,
Paine's Ce!ry Compound has brought
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TJie thousands of Instances where
this has been said the scores of people
In every community who have told this
slmpb story; the downright, hard, cold
facts; the grateful acknowledgements
cf men and women who have FUffered
from the diseases that have their origin
in impaired nervous systems and slug
gish. Impure blood these are what
have mnde Paine's Celery Compound
far and away the one remsdy above nil
others that phjs'cians prescribe andhe
It Is by merit, and merit alone, that
Paine's Celery Compound has achieved
Its wonderful pre-eminence, not only In
this country, but throughout the civil
After the unfortunate person who 1
ailing because the blood needs new life,
nnd the nerves require nature's food,
finally trie3 Paine's Celery Compound,
and gets Immediate relief, another is
added to the great mullltuda of people
whose praise of thlt remedy has made
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than that of all other remedies put to
gether. A person must have last all confi
dence In his fcllowmen who can read
the following letter and not be danylnc-1
ed uf the great benefit Paine's Celery (
compound nns uone. is uoing, onu win
continue to do for sick and nervou3
people wheicver It finds them.
When a rlcl: man or woman finds
that heoT she has taken a remedy that
has actually done for him or her nil
that Is claimed for it It can he safely
predicted what will follow. Every ac
quaintance, sick or well, will bo told
Gen. Itodrlgucs has writlm down his
experience In the hopo of helping others
who may be no allllctcd. The general It
today conceited wll'h the civil govern
We Fill Prescriptions Right.
5-7 Cost Washington Street;
SIXTH AVUNUE AND ADAMS ST,
SJJSS&S now open
and Firat-CIat. Modern Fntnlly Hotel. Kot
1 BlB3BJTliSiw w
ment of Havana. DuJng the struggle
for Cuban Independence he rose from
the ranks to 'the gnaile of brigadier
general, and in 1898 won a decisive vic
tory over ficnvCamp:9,
Gen. Hodrlgucz was a very sick man.
He was as near n?rvous prostration as
one can bo and live. After five years
suffering Pnls firbt good night's sleep
came Immediately upon his taking
Paint's Celery Compound. His letter
"Doar Sirs: For flyo years I have not
had a good night's rcsti I had a serious
case of nervous prostration, my
strength seemed to ba ieaing me, aid
I felt tired and weak all the time. My
blood was Impure, and I. suffered from
pains In the back, conrtlpation, and an
Inactive liver. I had no appstitc and
jva ambition. I was constantly con
sulting physicians ar.J It seemed us
though I was nearly ready to die.
Providence sent me a bottle of Paine's
Celery Compound, and this great rem
edy cured me of all tho irritable symp
toms with which I wai allllclu.'d. I can
frankly and ylncerely say that had It
not been for Paine's Celery Compound
I would today Its eltlrer In the cemot
ry or In the Insane asylum. .Among tho
many prominent people who testify to
the virtues of Paine's Celery Compound
aro EUntlngo Rodriguez, M. D.; J. M.
nracho, Edwardo ds U Torre, Porflrlo
Manvldal, E. F. Ga'io, O. E. Pineda, Pe
dro Hcrrera y Hermann?, A. Rlncon,
Andres Angulo, Auicfjo do "Varona
Quesada. Very truly yours,
GEN. J. M. RODRIGUEZ.
No remedy ever had the outspoken
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edy ever deserved to well of -pd)pIo In
the ordinary walks of life, and none
ever got such Instant recognition from
tho discerning public. Its success has
been confined to no 012 class of socie-ety.
Is everything when It romes to buying anything In
rubber goods. Our stock will meet the strongest'
test that lubber can bo given.
We have everything In fountain and hand syr
inges. Hot water bottles and air cushions. '
The best ntomlzcrs for spraying oils. Our rubber
goods guaranteed perfect.
a Sanitarium J
Trobably your watch lsnt' to blame.
It would keep good tlmu if you'd let it.
Every watch ieeda cleaning, regulat
ing andn little repairing now and then.
You can't expect a watch to keep good
time forever without any attention.
Rring your watch to us when there's
anything wrong with It. Weil make It
as good us new In shoit order, and we
won't charge jou'mucb, cither.
Geo H. Cook & Co,
Aricoxia'a Leading Jawelerg.
134 W. Washington St.
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