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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 38, 1!)01
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Good Bicycles for the Children
U. S. Separator
the best one made
D. H. BURTIS
AGKNT FOR MARICOPA COUNTY
and for the general line of dairy supplies
There nre high grade bicycles In law wheels ami there are high grade
wheels for the children. '
Look high grade. When you we one your attention Is attracted to It as being
better finished and better made than the cheap skates that you always have
trouble with after you buy them. When you have the superior points of the El
fin explained to you, you would buy one If it cost twice as much as It does.
Elflnsnre adjustable and a child does not outgrow one as quick as the ordina
ry. Tne new Elfins are hero cind the prices are attractive.
13.15 EAST WASHINGTON ST.
Pinney & Robinson.
GUMS. SI0701.ES, 0AMBIIA.8. TYPEWRITERS, SPORTING GOODS.
Established 18S7. Phone 1471. 40 North Center St., Phoenix.
" In a Pretty
aw w. Lot of pickles and no room
to Atv thtm, so we are selling them
Just received fres.Ii from tho packing
lumat In Kansas City, the following In
OLD GERMAN SAUERKRAUT.
PURE CIDER VIN-
brlng him before the eourt, for ex
Gamble Is connected by marriage
with the Cnbelloes family In Guay
mas, one of the most prominent fam
ilies In that city. He told one of his
friends at Tucson that he had quar
reled with his wife and the troublo
drove hlin away from home. He was
until recently employed ai engineer
of the 1,000-foot hoist as the Creston
Colorndo gold mines In Mlnas Prletas,
the most Important post occupied by
any persons connected with those
Don't go without anything. It Is just
ns cheap to buy what you want you
from the Richmond-Day Co.
WHAT A SNAP!
This Is bargain week. Refrigerators,
water coolers, hammocks, china, crock
ery, stone ware, bed room sin, carpoiF,
matting, rugs, extension tabba, stovs,
tin and granite ware, tents, awning,
nnd anything else you can think of are
nil going cheap this week, only half the
price you would have to pay eistwheie.
RICHMOND DAY CO.
31-23 E. WimltltiKtott St.
Fred "W. Goss, of Dallas, Tex., is at
the Kord hotel.
Mrs, James A. Gillies, of Ash Fork,
is the guest of Mrs R. E. Holbrook.
John J.QuInn, representative of Mur
phy Ilros.. the famous Chicago cloth-
jlers, arrived In the city yesterday
morning alter u ions uusencei
Mr. Geo. M. Walker, manager of the
Hotel Adams during the iiast season,
left last night for Denver. Mrs. Walk
er went east a ifew weeks ago and la
now at Atlantic City, N. J.
CAUGHT A DREADFUL COLD.
Marlon Kooke, manager for T. M.
Thompson, a large Importer of fine mil-t
llnery at 1C3S Milwaukee avenue, Chi
cago. nys: "During tho late severe
weather I cnught a dreadful cold which
kept me awake at night and made Mu
unfit to attend my work during the
day. One of my mlllinets was taking
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a se
vere cold at that time, which seemed
t relieve her so quickly that I bought
some for myself. It acted llk magic
1 and I begnn to Improve at once. I urn
no.v eatliely well aid feel very pleased
to acknowledge Its merits." Tor salt
by all druggists.
$10,000 to loan on city or ranch prop
erty, In amounts to suit. K. A. Spaul
dlng, No. 41 W. Adams St. I
A full line of mirrors, German and
French, both beveled and plain. If tho
glass in your mirror, sideboard or
dresser Is boken telephone J. B. Iong
Hardwaie Co. and have it replaced.
Mexican handwork, silver Inlaid
spurs and bits. N. Porter, 112 East
Washington street. Patronize home
If you enjoy a clean, wnolesome, hot
meal, the MaNon Core, 17 North Ccn-tt.-
street, will satisfy you.
$15 Buggy, harness, all hand-made.
N. Porter's. 14". East Washington.
QUEEN OLIVES, GERMAN MUS
TARD, FRENCH MUSTARD, STUFF
ED OLIVES, SWEET PICKLES. SOUR
PICKLES. TOUASCO SAUCE. MUS
TARD, HORSE RADISH. SNOW
llift and plain pickles In 3-5 gallon
keg. !! Jiard wood.
We 11 lots of them because we sell
them cheap, at the store that's al
There Is no guess work In this store
There are no "Ifs" nnd "ends" about n
transaction with us. Our proposition
Is as simple ns A, 1!. C. We propose to
bell you anything and everything on top
of the earth. We are going to try ard
put the pi lee so low that no one le
can go lower and keep out of the
sheriff's hands, That's our proposition.
Come nnd give us a visit.
SPEARS & TONEY
32 nnd 31 West. Washington St.
Every great fortune had Its first
1 foundation laid in small savings. Mar
shall Field began work as a clerk in a
small retail dry goods store. Today ho
Is one of the greatest merchants In
America. Ho saved something every
day. Then he put his savings in a sav
ings bank, wherp they drew interest.
Why not Imitate Field's example by
putting your savings In Th Homp Sav
Special Offerings this week in the fol
lowing goods, latest things for ,
Silk Striped Seersucker, fine patterns - - - - 30c
Galited Cloth, all shades - - 15c
Fine French Zephyr Ginghams 35c
Silkadette, looks like silk - - 4Qc
In fine assortment of the latest shades at all prices.
Our Hosiery Department is one of the strongest lines we handle.
A Good Drop Stitch Hose, black or tan - - -, 20c
A Fine Black Hose, four pairs in box, per box - - 50c
Many other lines from 10 cents to $1.00 per pair.
THE CITY REGISTRATION. Tli.'
city registration, so far as returns had
been made by deputy registrators, win
1.43'J at 0 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
It Is estimated that the total legisla
tion will not fall below 2,000. nearly
double the figures of last year. A
scaichllght will, therefore be thrown
upon the blowholes of the olllcl.U cen
sus, whl"h put the peculation of the
city at .? than fi.COO. The census
covered practically the same area that
tho registration doe.5, notwithstanding
We have the best values in the city for the money. Our
Ladies' and Children's Shoos are up-to-date and new goods.
the ALKIRE CO.
9-11 E. Washington Street.
Ptmberton block opposite court hous).
NEED OF HARVESTERS
Ranchers Find Difficulty in Handling
Their Great Crops.
With the greatest hay and grain
up In the history of this valley, nnd
1t harvest time close at hand, there
cannot be found men enough to handle
1t crop. The alfalfa harvest has
fcren In progress for some time, and
, will be at its hclghth In a few days,
lUnchers are finding extreme difficulty
In getting men enough to do the work
and even an Increased wage scale
docs not get the laborers, A ranch
owner west of the city said yesterday
that he had been trying for three
lan to get help enough, but was un
successful. Heretofore he had paid
$1.23 and $1.50 per day. for help In hay
ing time, but has offered $2.00 and $2.25,
and had still not enough men. Sev
eral other men report Ilk conditions.
The early and heavy rains caused
every' rnan w ho rented, owned or could
borrow the use of a piece of land, to
put In a crop. Ah a result, these amnll
growers, who heretofore had no crops
of their own, nnd who helped their
more prosperous neighbors In the har
vest, now have crops of their own to
look after. The Pima and Maricopa
Indians aru busy with their harvest,
nnd no help can be secured 61 them,
as their cror too are of tremendous
We lend aoney ror ourselves and
others on Improved, real estate. The
Evans Loan and Inveatment Co.
PROMINENT MAN INSANE
0. E. Gamble of Guaymai Brought
to the Asylum.
O. 12. Gamble was brought to the In
sane asylum, yesterday, from Tucson,
' "by Sheriff Murray, of Pima county.
He was committed In the probate court
Tuesday. Gamble etit to Tucson a
few days ago, from Is Angeles. Ho
ncted strangely on several occasions
Hnd when n friend asked him to go
to breakfast ivlth him. Gamble said:
"1 do not want breakfast; 1 want a
Ho asked where the cemetery was
and requested several of his friends to
uee that ho was decently buried. It
was evident that he Intended to kill
bltt!5elf, ana his .friends dtcjdtd to
3 DAYS MORE
After Saturday It Will Be
Is offering a fine assortment of
NAVAJO RUGS s
Personally selected for Pan-American Exposition but
which arrived too late for shipment in our car, at
For Three Days Only.
"A. VZOFRID TO TPMS WISE' E3to.
Corner Jefferson Street and Second Avenue.
the extension of ths city limits since
the census was taken. Ordinal lly the
population of a city is estimated to be
six times the number of voters, so that
according to the registration Phoenix
ouf lit to have a. population ranging b"
twien 10,000 nnd 12 000.
Shrimps. Oysters "on tho half shell,
Ocnn Fish every day at Coffee Al's
Summer Ratli&iiil 1 1 1 1 1 II
Ikium Is uncxcclHil.
Ask the Best
FOU SALE. All kinds of Improved and
unimproved city and ranch property.
Best values In orange groves and or
nnre land to be had In the valley.
Well located 5 and 10 acre lots.
$10,000 to loan on city or ranch prop
erty In lots to suit.
Choice Adams and Washington St.
business property for sale.
WANTUD Forty ncrcs of Alfalfa
within six miles of Phoenix.
Fine residence to exchange for Innd
under any of the old canals.
E. A. Spaulding,
Wo 41 Wt Adam. Htrnat
S. & H.
They will take your corns oft
without pain. Ask to see them.
N.ilme'g nutrient. The Inva
lid's food. Any rlomaeh will
ictain It. Try It. COc and $1
The new dandruff nnd hair
medicine. $1. It is selling well.
W) 0 O. W
Ikirgc stock Just in.
25 and 50 cent boxes.
When you want anything In
the drug line, think of and buy
It from .
Elvey & Hulett
The Live Druggists,
Who sell all kinds of Medicines.
S and 7 E. Washington St.
horseman you kn'jw of -what
he thinks of our 'land-made
harness1. Good judges never
say anything unfavoiable of
our work, nnd w e use better
leather tl..in li u:A in most
CAPITAL HARNESS SHOP.
OMCnr- R. Lcclilcr, Prop.
Money to Loan
on collateral, such ns watches, dia
monds nnd other valuables. 41 North
Center street, near Hotel Adams. Un
redeemed pledges for sale at exceed
ingly low figures.
Arizona Loan Office.
41 N. Center St.
NearHotol Adams. Phoonix, Ariz.
unilsus with the best
in thn city. We pro
pose to maintain this
standard during the
entire 20th century,
although you may not
live to see it. Accord
ingly see ui while you
can. We will save you
The Mansfield & Rhodes
UlETAHf PAY ,r" cured.
VLHrlrl Litiocr,orBCXuali,(ikneM, rnfv
r" Ji.oofle, itrirture, hujII or hnralf
1 111 orvnnit, poltbelyomrd li th. KXl'tKT
IM p nj VACUUM DUVELorrll NotUnicwnttili
"" Ira ordered. Vull dmcrlptlon at olBo. or
MMMibr mall, nnirrly frmilM lu plain envelope
Alo I vHt-' RXPKIIT ni'ST lit VFUr II Adillr.
EXPERT MFC. CO.. Room 4, S07 17th St, Denvir, Colo.
What you want
at a Jewelry store Is absolute reliabili
ty. You've got to depend on the Jewel
cr'rt word for so many things about
which yuu don't know anything your
self, that you should carefully select
the one to trade with.
We guarantee our goods.
Geo. H. Cook & Co.
Arizona' Leading- Jewelers.
134 W. Washington St.
WORD TO THE WISE.
For the Latest Styles and the best
material for the money, go to
the Up-toDate HATTER
and Gents' Furnisher.
Stetson Hats a Specialty.