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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING,! APRIL 26, 1901
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To Our Oot-of-Towii Friends:
... We Want Your Mail Orders
We guarantee our prices anil Roods to be light. If you have a kick, send
It In and we will make It rfght. Monro- back In nil rases where you are not
absolutely satisfied. ,
You know what lines we handle, and If you want something nnd me not
"certain that we handle It, semi up. the order anyway nml we will get It for you
If It Is to be had In the city. 1'iices quoted on anything In our lino IJY IMJ.
Tl'ItN MAIL. Do not Inclose planum for lcplywe enn buy them at the post
Pinney & Robinson.
QUNS. BICYCLES, CAMERAS, TYPEWRITERS, OPORTINQ GOODS.
JSiUbliihed 1887. Phone 1471. 40 North Center St., Phoenix.
U. S. Separator
the best one made
D. H. BUGTIS
AGENT FOR MARICOPA COUNTY
and for the general line of dairy supplies
EAST WASHINGTON ST.
and we a're selling them cheap.
The California Dried Fruit Associa
tion made us a pi Ice on 10,CO0 pounds of
Dried Krults and they were so cheau
we could not get out of buying them.
And now you are going to get some of
the greatest liargalns oversold In I'hoe
li I x in thli line.
All absolutely fresh and the very
finest on earth. Tlrst shipment now
A great big, black, glossy, delicious
Santa Clara Prune, regular price 15c;
Extra larre, fancy, peeled, evaporat
ed Ualdwln Apples, regular pi Ice 15c:
Kxtra selectel transparent Morpark
Apricots, regular price ITc; oiirs 12He.
Big, extra fancy, extra- graded pitted
Prune Plums, ery tart, regular 'price1
17c; ours 12'c.
A medium size Santa Clara, very se
lect Prune, regular price 12c: ours, "c.
A. big yellow, free, extra selected,
original fresh fruit llaor Teach, regu
lar price 15c: ouis 10c.
Dried fruit at this time of the year
f urnl-hes the acid your system requires.
Is delicious, healthful and absolutely so
cheap you can't afford to do without It.
These prices were never equaled for
this grade of goods. Come In and see
them, sample them, and If you 'don't
pay they are snnps we will quit talking
nt The Store That's Always llusy.
1 " . ".gayi
tory, they are atMeast helping to swell
Wie population of; Arlzona.
There Is a belief that the Mormons
are planting a colony In Apache countiy,
in northeastern Arizona, near St. Johns.
Along the Little Colorado river In that
county Immigrants from Utah have
been colonized for several years. Ite
cqntly they began the construction of n
big dam on the ilver. Their plans, are
to build an Impounding reservoir capa
ble of storing water fo rthe lirlgation
of seveial thousand acres of land, and
the completion of this project w ill sig
nalize a heavy Immigration of Utah
-inn iin'iin. nitre i at-.isun iu ihmiuk riini Aim n .. .
that the recent movements of the Moi- Vl f Vt I N B I - II A V I II
,. iviiiiiuhi Vtl VVi
WHAT A SNAP!
This Is bargain week. Itefrlgerntors.
water coolers, hammocks, china, crock
ery, stone ware, bed room sjt-k carpels,
matting, rugs, extension lauljs, stov-s,
tin and granite ware, tents, awnlnpe,
and an thing else you can think of are
M. 1'. Conboy of Los Angeles Is nt
Mis. John llees-of Jerome Is visiting
friends In this city.
v D M. Tune of Los Angeles Is stop
ping at the Commercial.
J. P. Hall of Lou Angeles Is regis
tered at the Commercial.
N. N. Dill of Deiatuc. 111., U regis
tered at the Hotel Adams,
C. It. McWHIlams of Syracuse, N.
Y is reglsteredi-at the-Adams.
John McCarty und wife are- In tho
city, guests of 'the .Mills House.
W. T. Palmer of B'arcobel, Wis., Is
In the city and Is stopping at the Hold
Mr. L. S. Sherman who Is cimphiyed
at the Valley bank. Is 'confined to' lite
hgrne by illness.
J. Wensel, Jr.; of Kansas City, Is
stopping nt the Commeiclal during a
Visit in the city.
Frank H. Illghell of San Francisco is
In the city for a few das. lie Is
.. buii.j, ciien i wns tok, only liailinc11.lrstrl nt th, lintel A.lmrs
VOU would linvn in n.iv tlvrvlm, . "
mons Is the process of colonizing along
tho Little Colorado river. The develop
ment of artesian water and the open
In? of new lands In southeastern Ari
zona, and especially In Graham county,
may also be responsible for a put of
We lor.d rioney ror ourselves and
others on Improved real estate. The
Evans Loan and Investment Co.
21-23 U. WiiHtilnctox St.
1 Dr. F. O. Itlrhmoml will go t.
Buckeye tgdny, to, bilng home his
daughter, Mia Madgo, who has In en
teaching school thoie the past winter.
orget the nemoval Sale !
If you enjoy a clean, wholesome, hot
meal, the Maison Dore, 17 North Cen
ter street, will satisfy you.
1 Major Cole is L yinrj in Ambush For
I Wicked People.
There Is no guess work In this store
There aie no "ifs" and "r.nds" about a
transaction with us. Our proposition
Is as simple ns A. U, C. We propose to
sell you anything and everything on top
of the earth. We are gol.ig to try ard
put the pike so low that no one Inj
can go lower nnd keep out of the
sheriff's hands. That's our proposition.
Come and give us a visit.
SPEARS & TOHEY
32 and 31 West Washington St.
Mujor Cole has come to Pliosnlx to
do good where It Is most needed. Ha
Is not hunting, for an easy place to lilt
Satan In the back, but he proposes to
assault lilm and his cohorts wherevtr
nnd whenever he gets the opportunity.
Where there Is the most sin, is fur
him the most Inviting field.
It Is probable for that icason th.it
arrangements weie made for the gospel
ir.etlng to be held in Justice Burnett's
court room this morning at 10-30
o'clock. When the matter was men
tioned to that ottlcl.il yesterday he fell
in with the idea enthusiastically, and
said he would be pleased to have the
meeting held anil would see to It that
no Inquests. misdemeanors, assaults 'or
breaches of the peace occurred to dli
tuib the. exercises. Further ho sild
he wou'd go to Hk expense of having
n piano put In for the use of the evan
gelist and hls ro-wnikcm und hlro a
man to pity It. He never wantH iiny-
mnng uonei in ins court unless It is
done right, Last night, therefore, he
moved In the big music box and se-
tr'ired the iiervlces of Mr. G. K. Dowd.
He also sent for his Janitor and had
him put stime extra touches on tho
room and clean the cuspidors. 11 Is
now In readiness for the1 'gospel-meeting
and evory sinner In town Is Invited
to be present.
It Is not intended to gve out ay
enonequs Impression In this nrtlcle,
and the faft that Justice Burnett's
olllce Is considered headquarters for
Satan in this community, Is no rellec
tlon on 111 rut. for he Is personally, a
good, pure man. It is only the -company
he Is, forced to keep by reason
of lilt official position. Wicked people
aie always getting Into trouble. One
side nlwnyil applies to the eouit and
the other side U dragged In bodily. If
It won't come any other way. Then
tlieie arc the constables, the deputy
sheriffs and' the policemen and certain
members of) the Young Men's Demo
cratic club, who frequently haunt the
place; and lawyer, there Is no end to
them. As a matter of fact. Major
Cole couldn't have found a spot where
he could get a better solar plexus
movement on the enemy than the one
selected, and It is to be hoped that
much good will come from the meet
ing. At any rate, Judge Burnett re
quested last night that the invitation
be made general nnd every sinner in
town who is out of Jail Is Invited to
come. Some, of them have not been In
a church for so long they would drop
dead If they were to go now, but most
of them knw where the Justice court
Is nnd can find it easily.
MATTERS OF RECORD.
I'emberton Block, Opposite Court
House, Telephone 2511.
RAT POINTS OUT RICHES
JttAN IMPORTANT SALE PLANNED F0K OUR PATRONS THIS WEEK.-?
Down, Down Go the Prices to a Point Far Below the
Lowest Ever Yet Named for Like Qualities.
Maneuvers of a Rodent leads
The maneuvers of a rat led N. It.
Ingoldsby to the discovery of a rich
gold mine In southern Arizona. He ap
propriately named the prdperty the Uat
Mr. Ingoldsby had been spending sev
eral months near .Mammoth, on the
San PedrourIver, In Arizona. His pur
pose, saiys the Tombstone Prospector,
was to enjoy the hunting and make a
collection of the animals nnd minerals
of the southwest. He pitched his tent
In the canyon of the San Pedro in the
Santa Catalina mountlns.
He had no neighbors and wa sfor a
long time unable to account for the dti
appearance of small articles that he left,
lying about his camp. At last he noticed
that when anything was taken some
thing was left In Its place. This was
usually a bit of stone or wood. The
culprit he found to be a large rodent of
the species known as the trading rat, i
The habits of the animal made an In
teresting study for Mr. Ingoldsby, and
he often lay awake at night to watch
for his visitor.
A silver spoon wns missing one morn
ing, and in Its place was a piece of
quartz carrying free gold. This still
mbre excited Mr. Ingoldsby'a curiosity,
and after several attempts he succeed
ed in following the animal to Its home.
Near by was tho ledge from which the
gold bearing quartz had been taken.
Mr. Ingoldsby made an examination
thorough enough to prove that his dls
oovery was of considerable value,
IMMIGRATION TO ARIZONA
5r 'i.a - cm
to a " ftwirlW
New York Store,
2 IS to 224 East Washington St.
Mail orders fiilcrl at these special prictR. Send
tbom in early beforo nss-ortment is broken
The following instruments, reported
by the Phoenix Title Guaranty and Ab.
stract company were filed In the olllce
of the counly recorder yesterday:
Charles Goldman and wife to J. C.
Wuesoii, deed to lot 12, block 80; eon
Edward C)le to J. C. Wnsson, deed to
lot 12, block SO; consideration, $10,000.
George Pai.sey and wife to Frank C.
Fuller, deedi to part lot.s 7 and 8, block
6, Mesa City: consideration, Jl.
Frank C. Fuller and wife to W. A.
nnd G. A. MacDonald deed to part lots
7 and S, block 6, Mesa City: cqnsldeia
J. Elliott Walker (treasurer) to
Louise G. Tuttle, tax deed to lot 21,
block U. University addition; consider
William Cpnvery to Etta and OUie
I'untenney, deed to lots 7 and 18, block
CO, Montgomery addition, considera
C. L. Winters and wife to Raymond
Labourc, deed to s'4, neV4, ne'4, sec 14,
tp In, rH e; consideration, $1,000 .
SjI Lewis to P. A. Thoraldson, lease
to ran of lots 4 and 6, blk 78 consider
ation $275 per month.
T. W. and Sarah H. Pembejton to II.
liclln du Pont, leed to nVi. nw' sec
33. tp 2, r 3 i; consideration $12,000.
The Grand Canal Co. to S. J. Tribolet,
deed to water right n Grand canal -No.
1, to be usetl on wV-, nw'. sec 34, tp 2
n, r 3 e.
Arizona Witter Co. to S. J. Tiibolet.
deed to s'4, nw'4, sec Si, tp 2 n, y : t.;
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See the i rjco on street liats nt Reo
flelds' this week.
C ATURDAY we will offer our en-
-, tire line of HAMMOCKS' at
special prices. These are the celebrat
ed PALMER Goods, well kown for
beauty and desirability All new
styles; this season's goods. We hav 1
them from SJ.25 to $7,25. Re
member these prices are for Satur
day only. &
E HAVE a few remnants in
WALL PAPER that we are
willing to sell at your own price. They
are useful around the house for paper
ing closets, boxes and things of that
kind. We have the- swellest line of
paper hangings in the city.
TO SHOW GOODS
Dorris Bros. Ftsroilure Co.
22 to 28 West Washington Street.
a irriiriin 1 11 imimi in 11 , immi iimiiii mii mi 1 111 iimiim i ihiw iii a
Shrimps, Oysters on the
Ocean Fish every, day at
Just received, l.cou gallons mixed
paint which will be sold at lower price
than elsewheic In the town.
J. n. LONG IIAItDWAUE CO.
inn patterns or picture moulding, new
stock, latest designs. Picture frames
made tp order. No fancy prices.
J. D. LONG HARDWARE CO.
Pyramids of Crisp, New, Snowy White Muslin Underwear Ready for You !
I'eatly as never before, with nunnfiiies. dualities. stlo.a. ttinimimr and PRinP.fi tli-ii. ovcol nnv
5p former attempt at any Muslin Underwear display and sale, cither by ouclves or any other. "Uiii-
questionably the greatest collection ever gathered together in this city. Great strides have been
ju.uieiii uie manuiaciure 01 unuirinuslins in tlie past year, and whatever he at vnnnos innv bo. vmi
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tl'lll Tllwl inni r..1I.. ;il..nl...l..,I ' . I . 1 1 - 1 . .
"" """ l"v-"' "") 'iiuMuuru in our great mocks. uoou material, Honest sewing, generous sizes,
and expert workmanship are visible ill each and everv garment.
BWEKT PICKLES, pluin
SWEET PIOKLEP, fancy mixed
OLIVES, and a lot of
MAOAW'S Colebratod Cream Cheese
Is our hobby. We have the equipment always in stock and don't ask
customers to wnlt nil summer. Estimates furnished on any sized Job.
All calls promptly and quickly attended to.
We are in it more than ever.
Scovilie Plumbing Co.
II. t WeHt AtltutiH Hired.
The Model Grocery
Smltlillnu ,t dray, Proprietor
44 NOHTIC CENTER STREET
A WOll I) AHOUT PRICKS. 11 is our aim to nnke this sale a great succc??, bolh for von and
us, and we think uniform low prices from bottom to lop h the right way. Wc held our advertise
ment uulil now, when the hot u outlier makes demands for undermulins, and are ready to give you
goods which you will acknowledge up to standard in quality and price.
Ladies' Tiinimed Cor-ct Covers, a good fit
ting, well made aiticle .. . . ,"5e
Mormons Are Said to be Establishing
a New Colony.
it Is rumored that there has been
colonization of Mormons In this tenl
tory recently, but It has been Impossi
ble thus far to locate any new colony of
importance. In railroad circles It Is
also stated that a new colony has been
established somewhere within the
bounds of the territory. There has been
heavy Immigration from Mount Neblo,
Utah, In the past few weeks, the Mor
mons passing through Denver and some
of them through El Paso en ruotc to
Arizona, Indicating that If they are not
founding a new colony In this terrl-
Lndics' fancy V-shaped yoke Corset Cover,
neatly lace or Hamburg trimmed
ladies' fancy lace and Hamburg trimmed
ladies' French stylo Xainsook, elaborately
trimmed Coret Covers
Ladies' fancy combination Chemise, laco
yoke and laro bottom $1.00
Ladies' fine Mulin Drawers lro
Ladjes' fancy trimmed Cambric Drawers,
all sizes , .,-c
Ladies' handsomely lace trimmed Mnlin
Ladies' Xainook Drawers, most exquisite
ly trimmed in lace .$1.00
Ladies' full sweep, good muslin, fancy yoke,
Hamburg trimmed Nightgown,
Ladies' V-nliaped fancy lucking trimmed
L'ldics' very fine, full size, new low uppL
elegantly trimmed Nightgowns
Ladies' fancy high-grade Chemise, splen
didly equipped, fancy trimmed $1.23
Ladies' Chemise, good goods, full width.
neatly and cotrectly made
blisses Drawers, full hemstiched ruffle. A 1
blisses' Drawers, well made, edge trimmed.
Children's Percale, Gingham and Linen
Dresses, sizes 2 to M years, up from. . . .
A full line of Ladie-.' Silk Underwear, all col
ors, lace and cord trimmed. Any garment you
wish at very low iigutes. ' '
Ladies' Tea Gown,' Wrappers, and Dressing
Sncqitcs in silk in most desirable shatle-, cheaper
than you can buy the mtiterial., , -
Sp LADIES' B-2IRT WAISTS. I
? .lust reeeiu-d this day, the most complete, elaborate and individual line of Ladies' Shirt Wnisrs I
L!XuiJ!li :irc' rio'Ut' workmimthij) 5-t right.
f The New York Store,,!
You will say so if you sec
it. Just opened our Spring
stock, just in the latest
styles and tints.
In Boxes from 15c up.
Remember we sell
Toilet Soaps &
every day.i roc Box of 3
cakes and up.
The Liyc Druggists.
5 ond7 E. Washington St.
msfKmyMiv an y.
at a jewelry Ftore Is absolute reliabili
ty. You'e not to depend on the jewel
er's word for so many things about
which you don't know anything your
self, that you should carefully select
the one to trade with.
uarantce our goods.
H. Cook & Co
Arizona's Leading Jewelers.
134 W. Washington.St.
(willsfi 1 Nothing i
- but the bo? t of kafner In our S j
I S liund-made woik. Our work- H
I ni.inshlp Is llrst-class. There E ,
( 1 I . n point where cheapnejis In '
1 1 ceases to be economy. Q
1 CAPITAL HARNESS SHOP. E
Oacnr R. Lcchlcr, Prop. B '
i Oppoilte Fostoillc'e.
"m " "" --t rrni 111 iiwwuMl PJ
Thn Itowltnic Alley li Cool. The
Beer Is from Oold Storage and U
AjrijTeuserBusfjh K r
LANK, the HATTER
finds us with tho boat
In tliB city. Wo pro
pose to maintain this
standard Uurinsr the
entire aOth ceatury,
iiiLaounji you may not
live to boo It. Accord
ingly seo us while you
co. wo will sav-s you
Tho Mansfield & Rhodes
U1RBOHFEI.D & PERKINS,
Imported and Domestic
Wines, Liquors and
; 1 -W JEmiiFs&&
i & sr&zs. r :3tMFm&. '." m,.
: ' $ iil&Ja$Mimft? s&sbtJlr
a3 u P.'rJF, nnwHA m 1 1 1 11
i saw.'-s7St'm::.issr TtHWic
Tor the Intest In rool summer cloth
lr.K and up-to-date hats you will find at
PLANK, the Hatter
10G-S Fleming Illock.