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Till ARIZONA mSPUBLlCAX, FHIDAY 3IOIIMNG, FKIilil AKY 14, V.WH.
KttP IN MIND THE j
It Will Be a Jolly Trainload and the
Whole Town is Invited to Co Along.
Enthusiasm over the business men's
xcursion to Parker next Sunday un
der the auspices of the Maricopa
t'ounty Commercial Club eontinues.
-and there is no doubt but that a big
train load of vallev people will leave
here for the Colorado river next Sun
day morning. Though it is expected
that all who go will have a fine time,
the object of it 's strictly business,
that is future business. The railroad
facilities have now made western Arl- j
zona more accessible to Phoenix than !
to any other market and the natural j
interchange between the vallev and i
the mining sections is sought to be en- ;
C'ouraged by the Phoenix business men. :
through a personal acquaintance with .
the people of the mining country, and j
a better knowledge of its resources.
The reports from along the line of the
A. & C. indicate that the people
there are willing and anxious to co
operate and that thev will do their
full part in making the day pleasant .
for the excursionists. At Wenden .
there will be a big barbecue for the j
visitors and it will sure.v be appreci
ated by them. A meeting of the btisl- j
ness men of Mesa Cit;- was held
We Hear of More Cures
Of troubles originating In impure blood,
scrofula, loss of appetite, catarrh, rheuma
tism,by Hood's Sarjaparillathan by all other
so-called remedies combined. Somehow
those cured by Hood's seem to stay cured,
and they gladly tell the good news to others.
Scrofula Sore "My wife had a scrofu
lous sore on her leg for yenrs. Many differ
ent medicines gave hut little benefit. She
turned to Hood s Sarsaparilla and the sore
quickly healed. It is a good blood medicine."
J. N. Daft. Crosby. Texas.
Afflicted 16 Years-"Hood's Sarcapa
rilla ha cured me of scrofula, with which I
have been troubled 16 years, and caused by
vaccination. My little daughter had a
scrofula swelling on her neck and Hood's
Snrsaparilla also cured her." Mas. Nora
HooHr.v, Hughey, Tennessee.
Hood'j Sarsapnrilla is sold everywhere.
In the usual liquid, or in tablet form called
SarsatabS. 100 Doses One Dollar. Pre
pared only by C. I. Hood Co., I o well, Mass.
with the Sultana company and a good
luture is predicted for him. Clyde is 1
a very ingenious young man and 1
should make his marii in the world. j
The Comstock mine located at Wool- !
ey, three miles from Kelvin, struck i
some very rich ore which grows better
and better the deeper the shaft is
sunk. Tom Hall who is in charge of j
this work, predicts a bonanza for the j
owners. Crosscut and drifting on the i
vein shows and proves to be what was ;
free and unrestricted
choice of any Mesaline,
or Net Waist in the house.
Plenty of sizes for all comer?.
MrM,. -.vi..sL..L-...-... i.1 iiiniitm
On all our black or blue Panama
and Voile Skirts from the
simplest plain affairs up to the
most elaborately trimmed sorts.
1 f. 1 j " "-"-. " serial i;-
V....C.-,...,, ,c. . ....... m.. ' unn.s lisays made show
wnicn tne representatives
of the c "ni-
mercial club presented some compar
isons in freight rates from the larger
markets east and west to Phoenix, and
to other points, both near and far.
showing very notable differences, and
which differences it is the object of
the club to remove if possible or at
least to improve. The meeting was
well attended by the Mesa City mem
bers of the club and by many others,
some of whom added their names to
the membership roll.
And some of these new members will
loubtless be found among the excur
sionists next Sunday, for there are
Nouth side products that are needed
in the mining camps as well as the
supplies that are to be found in the
Phoenix stores. For the convenience
of all who wish to go on the excursion
from the south side the Sunday morn
ing train from there will connect with
file excursion tram.
It should be repeated that wfiile this
is a business man's excursion, it is not
confined tuJLmsiness men. Anybody
can go who wants to. man. woman or
child, who has the price of an excur- j
sion ticket, which is $3.30 from Phoe- 1
nix for the round trip. The nhra.se i
business man. itself is a broad term
and does not mean a storekeeper ex
clusively, but applies to almost every
walk of life, for the man who does not
do business of some kind is apt to
be hungry before any great length of
lime elapses. But the point to be em
Vhasized is that while the excursion
lias been arranged by the commercial
club and most of its members are ex
pected to go it is by no means exclu
sive to the members and the more
there are who go the better the club
will like it. There will be tilings to
eat on the train also, so if one does
not take a lunch and fails to make
good at the barbecue, he can still be
assured there will be no danger of
starving to death.
3? per cent copper, 40 ,
per cent silver and 1 1-10 ounces gold. I
This mine is owned and operated by ;
Western capital. "
A piece of ground consisting of five !
claims called the Lucy group, located I
about 60(1 feet east of Phoenix and j
Eastern railroad depot at Kelvin, bor- I
dering on railroad, and sold by Jim j
Klder to Tom Mellin and Dennis Lynch !
of Kelvin, has proven a very valuable j
property. These two gentlemen com-
menced developing work immediately I
and at a depth of only 50 feet assays :
showed the ore to contain 11 per cent
copper and S ounces silver. They are j
going to sink 100 feet and then cross- j
cut 75 feet to the hanging wall. Thlsj
property being: so conveniently located"
on the railroad should be very valu- i
able. It is Joined by the Kullana
Arizona Copper company, a very valu- !
, 1 1
A GOLD EXCITEMENT
IN KELVIN COUNTRY
The Sultana Copper Company is Run
ning Into Yeliow Metal Ore.
Kelvin, Feb. 11. (Special Corre
spondence of The Republican.) Mr.
Wcik and Mr. Pickenback, two of the
owners of the gold strike near Ketvin
came into town Sunday with several
large gold nuggets," one of them was
1 1-L' inches in thickness, 4 inches wide
and 6 inches long and was valued at
$o6"). weighing nc-urly 24 ounces. Mr.
Marquis of the Pinal Mercantile Co.
took a photograph of it and stated it
was one of the largest and best he ever
seen. These two miners have proceed
ed to Los Angeles to exhibit their nug
gets. The Sultana-Arizona Copper com
pany is steadily forging ahead, ar?
striking good ore all the time, and Mr.
Harrington, the superintendent is look
ing forward to a good future.
Kay Brown has come from Pittsburg
to take charge of the Sultana Copper
company's books and do the assaying.
Clyde West has secured a position
able mine, on the north and by the
extensive workings of the Ray Copper
company on the south.
The engine and cars used by the
I Jtay company for hauling purixjses
! has been out all last week hauling
j dirt used in keeping the road in good
; condition and hauling samples of ore ,
to Kelvin from the Hay mine. Mr.
Mcnrad has been acting as engineer
ajid has been ably assisted by Ely
Philips who kept plenty of steam up.
L'nder Mr. Monrud's tuition Ely should
soon become a licensed fireman and '
some day perhaps an engineer.
Mr. McGee is contemplating holding
another dance at his hotel after seeing I
the success of the last one. j
Mrs. Wiseman and Mrs. Bruce are
visiting in Kelvin and expect to stay :
here some months as the climate here ;
i in spring is very delightful. j
j Kelvin and Hay were visited by a :
very severe wind and rainstorm sev
l eial nights ago. A number of tents
were blown over and the Mineral
Creek and Gila river carried every
thing before them. The Gila liver rose
so suddenly that it imprisoned a lone
mule on a sand bar opposite the sta
tion. Mr. B. Schilling of Kay said
that in order to get to his place of
business he had to swim through three
feet of water and his many friends
sincerely hope he will suffer no ill re
sults from his unexpected bath.
Kelvin is (mother western town in
which the time iU-stion is a puzzle.
There are many different times, imiiiii- m,,
tain time, S. P. time, fast time, slow
time, ice time and other times, it is
getting to be a serious thing and high
time the people of this bustling little
town arrived at some thing definite,
J. I. Coleman's ice plant announces
nubn by its whistle and as one way to
solve this question would suggest that
we adopt ice time as our standard.
Charles McNecly the manager of the
Hercules Mercantile company, very
suddenly disappeared last week. Va
rious rumors were afloat, one of them
was that he had gone to get married.
We were all confident that he would
make an indulgent husband and were
wishing him success, etc, when he
suddenly turned up wearing his usual
broad smile. On being qusetioned as
to where his wife was, he said he was
from Missouri and that we would have
to show- him.
S. DeMund was suddenly' stricken
with the grip several days and we are
all glad to hear lie is now convalescing.
40c, 45c AND 50c EMBROIDERIES
AT 29c IS SOMETHING RARELY
SEEN "THE FIRST FLOP OUT
THE BOX" It's interesting read
ing this. It's value-giving without
a parallel. Finest Swiss and Nain
sook Embroideries, Edgings. Rands.
Insertions and Corset Cover styles
in the most artistic designs possible,
a banner variety of witdtlis to
choose from, at your mercy today
OUR LINE OF SHELL GOODS
NEVER. FAILS TO APPEAL TO
THE WOMEN How well we have
studied their tastes is shown by the
extensive assortment we have. We
are show ing Side and Back Combs,
either amber or shell, in plain, jew
eled, studded and initial effects. We
also display some- excellent styles
of comb sets. Prices range
From !0c up
OUR SPRING LINE OF MOHAIRS
HAS ARRIVED We pride our-'
selves of showing a more complete
assortment than heretofore at
tempted by any one concern hi Ari
zona. Brilliantines. Alpaecas and
Sioilicnnes in black, while, grey,
navy, brown, mvtle. mode. etc..
from to 51 inches wide. Tor all
round service, durability and dust
shedding quality. Mohairs ale hard
to beat. Per ;ard
From 50c up
ur Shoe Department
Is fairljr alive with Bargains Today
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S
BLACK LOW-CUT SHOES, com
prising such famous inakcs as
"Packard." "Bostonian," "J. P.
Smith" and' "Hamilton Brown"
in vici kid. box cu'f. velour calf,
gun metal and pat. leather, values
up to J5.00 to create a little ex
citement today at pair
, Men's Shoes
126 PAIRS OF MEN'S DRESS
SHOES Strictly up-to-date lasts
in velour calf and vici kid, perfect
in every way, actual $3.G values
today at. pair
A NEW LINE
SHOES, OF NICE
best that $
pa i r
ithcr mat or kid top,
turn soles, the very
will bu todav at,
222 PAIRS OF MEN'S HIGH
GRADE FOOTWEAR Represented
by such makes as "Packard."
" Smith" and "Bostonian." of velour
calf. pat. leather and vici kid, bals
or bluchers, plain or fancy toes,
most all sizes in the lot genuine
tt.'io and $5.00 grades, today at
Wear and style the equal
of any shoe at any price.
Uppers in all the best
and most approved leathers
made by the Goodyear
welt hand-sewed process
the same as is used in $4
and $5 shoes.
Price only $3.00.
We have them on our
shelves, but they are going
rapidly people like to save
that dollar or two.
150 FAIRS OF -AMERICAN
LADY" OXFORDS Absolutely up-
heels, in a
every respect, made of
kid or vici kid, French
full line of sizes, banner
for a busy Friday
ducts of one of the f
factories in this country
dainty, always sold at ?U.
sale at. pair
1 in this
THE NEW SILK SUITS
OUR GREAT ASSORTMENT OF STYLES WILL NOT PERMIT OF
we could portray some of them. Silk Suits in Prine ss. Jumper. Shirt
of Rajaii and Chiffon Taffeta, in soliu colors and new horizontal stri
brown, tan and blue have a touch of fashion that makes them out of
INDIVIDUAL DESCRIPTION. Wish
Waist and Mikado sleeve effects, made
s. The many beautiful shades of
the ordinary. Y'ju will find the prices
$10.00 to $45.00
R & G Corsets
OUR GREAT SALE IS DRAWING
TO A CLOSE No stock, however
great, could long withstand the on
slaught of the crowds, such as this
line has been subjected to. It's our
sincere endeavor to get rid of every
pair R. and G. Corsets in stock.
It's a line we shall discontinue.
About 13 minutes before going to
press we had still on hand sizes 23,
Jt. -- and I'll. They must go today
"Kayser" Silk Cloves
OUR SPRING LINE OF SILK
GLOVES IS MAKING A HIT The
assortment evidently surpasses any
thing ever attempted In Phoenix.
Large and short gloves galore not
the common, ordinary sorts, but ev
ery pair with the celebrated pat.
double finger tips in black, white
ery color to match your
Not alone that, but we also
some elegant embroidered
in elbow lengths. Prices
From 50c up
THAT WE HAVE RECEIVED
THE RIBBON MOST SUITABLE
FOR HAIR BOWS, OUGHT TO BE
GLAD NEWS TO YOUNG AMER
ICA The new arrivals possess all
the requirements for good bows,
such as stiffness and superb lustre.
W, have all widths, in black,
wiiite. pearl grey and a great many
Ask. to see !emv
MOHAMMEDEN NEW YEAR
Celebrated by Fierce Rioting at Bom
Bombay. Feb. 13. Serious rioting
occurred here this evening during the
course of the celebration of Moharram
the first month of the Mohammedan
year, arising from disputes between
the Suniiites. or orthodox section, and
Shiahs. the second of the great di
vision of the Mohammedans. The po
lice yrrested several Sunnites and a
mob demanded their release, which
was refused. The mob thereupon j
stoned the police injuring two of them.
The police commissioner and other i
Kuropcan officers fired upon the riot-
ers. killing at least five and injuring
forty. Twcntv of them are seriously i
injured. It is believed that others
I wore killed and their bodies removed ;
by relatives. Inning the course of the
afternoon an.l evening several similar
, clashes occurred and eventually the j
j troops were c alled out anil are camp- j
.l'lig tonight In the streets. The native '
i quarter however is abnormally nuiet. i
on average speed. of 2.1 knots, diaries
M. Schwab, who wa ' a passenger,
when seen by an Associated Press rep
resentative, displayed great interest in
the movements of C. W. Morse who
is returning to New York on the Kt
ruria. Schawb. it is said, is a heavy
loser of the deals in which Morse is
interested. lie said lie did not in
tend to visit Russia, but that he would
return to New York in about a week.
Washington. Feb. 13. Arizona Fair.
Wanner Friday. Saturday, fair.
The African Negro
Has Beautiful Pearl Teeth, Clean,
Wlvte and Perfect, Without a
'law, Even in Old Age.
be uid not come b:i
nsive trip through
east on which he left
t four weeks ao, with si
iff a oranges which were s
route at different points
to Pico, and California which
s d a slump in the price. The
timely arrival of the early matured
Arizonas gave them a Ciianee to catch
the tide of demand at its flood and be
fore the commission houses were glut
ted with fruit. That in addition to the
superior quality of tluk Desert brand
of navels, had resulted in good prices I
whiff cjf warm Arizona air from the
opened car of oranges was not un
uelocme, though it reminded him of
gentler breezes and sunny skies for
this experience of
.Mr. I'runip thought
e.vn w ith i could
FROM NEW YORK TO PARIS
When you discover that the use of coffee
as a beverage is undermining your health.
Many persons who suspect that palpita
tion of the heart with a "smothery" sensation
is caused by coffee, dou't seem to know how to
break the fetters forged upon them by caffeine
the drug in coffee. "
They want a hot beverage for breakfast
and may have "tried Postum" (weakly made by
simply steeping it in hot water, or "letting it
come to a boil") and did not relish it.
No wonder! Boil Postum 15 -minutes
as per directions on pkg., add good cream and
and then try it. In 10 days you may safely
expect a decided change for the better. Keep
it up and you will discover
"There's a Reason
Vanguard of the Racing
Albany. N. Y.. Feb. Four of the
autos engaged in the New- York-Paris
la Siberia race, had arrived or passed
Albany at a late hour tonight. The
American, one French, and the Italian
cars reached here sopn after noon and I
west. The first German car, in which J
Lieutenant Opper o the tjerman army j
is traveling, arrived here at 10 p. m.
and will pass the night here and leave
i r. id i feet
Tile other French car reported to be I
spending the night at Hudson, and the
second German car is said to be at
Ithinebeck. opposite Kingston. All the
cars have experienced great difficulty
w ith heavy snow drifts and soft roads
CUT DOWN ENGINEERS
Out of San
San Francisco, Feb. 1:1. Secretary
A. P. Hammond of the San Francisco
Ship Owners' Association today sent a
communication to the Marine Kngi
neers' association declaring that after
noon of February Hth. the vessels of
the association wll canv hut two en
Living Near to Nature. His Digestion
1 1 Perfect.
Ir. Livingstone, and later. Hinry
Stanley, both of whom spent much
time in the exploration of Africa, in
their memoirs mention the fact that
members of all the tribes that they
came in contact with possessed beau
tiful, white, pearly, sound teeth, and
that on investigation they found :hat
this was due to the fact "that the di
gestive organs of the oiegro had never
been impaired, and that they were
ah!" at all times to take" care of tlv
coarse foods that were taken into thj
The negroes' food Is of the plainest
i kind and is seldom if ever cuokod. It
is eaten as it is found, with but lttC
The cause of unsound and iuiier-
teeth found among civilized ,-
pie is due to two important facts ' le
prevalence of dyspepsia, indigestion
and stomach troubles, and the food wo
In the foods that we eat there is a
lack of phosphates and other material
necessary to make repairs and supply
the waste in the teeth.
Then again few people in civilized
countries are free from dyspepsia,
which interferes with the whole sys-
To have sound teeth, cure your dys- Q
popsia anil cat proper imms, unci ou
I w ill have little troubh- with them. ,
A package of Stuart's Dyspepsia
I Tablets should be kept up in the house
at all times. They cure dyspepsia,
I sour stomach, indigestion, and put the
bulging with greenbacks which would
place him in the class with Midas and
.1. Pierpout, he enjoyed th' doubtful
pl"sure of tramping through tie?
miciv,, facing the chilly blasts of win
ter. His itinerary included Kansas City.
St. Louis. Tt rrc Haute. Hayloii. Pitts
burg, liuffalo, and a two wccks visit
at his old home at Wilkesiiarre. penn.
fine car was sold at Krnporia. 'i'opeka.
Ijuvton. Pittsburg, two at Buffalo, and
one at New York city. Everywhere on
his trip he found that the reputation
of the Arizona product based on for
jior an.l earlier shipments, had pre; cel
led him. and that through its oranges,
i Phoenix and tile Salt Kiver Valley
! was receiv ing some very beneficial ad
vertising. The fame of the orange had
j excited the interest not only of com
I mission men, but that of investors and
j people who were looking for a warmer
land in w hich to reside,
j Not a single complaint did he hear
j f roin the firms who had handled any
I of the least season's crop, and I hey are
I ail anxious to i lta in several cars the
coining winter. The growers lure he
! concluded from what he learned on his
! trip, wi re exceedingly lucky in aver
aging as muc h as $lcncti per car and
.Mr. Fleming had pursued a wise c n
in distributing thu tars in a-c many Ith
I markets as ciossiHle. California orati
Igos had 'cot so!d well, and on many
(shipments a little more than freight
j had been made. The fact of tile busl-
ss t.iere was a lug supply ot oranges
easti rn markets from Cuba. Flor-
be draw n. nar.iely .that the Ari
zona crop should be marketed by the
time tile hoMdays closed, us indicate 1
in an article printed concerning him
in the Fruit Magazine in New York in
part as follows:
"A notable visitor in tin" Ruffalo
market last eek was W. I. Crump of
tiie shorn lambs. This is not meant to
mean that he was shorn in Buffalo,
I though the cold wave took all the snap
out of the buyers and the price hung;
around with the mercury in the bot
tom of the tube.
Down ill the Smoky City he-witnessed
a bitter contrast to the condition in
this favored valley. To relieve the
distress of the unemployed, 1.500 tick
ets w ere i.-sued to men by the city giv-
! ing them t mployment at shoveling
j snow troin the streets. Six thousand
I applicants appeared demanding a
chance to earn money to feed and
clothe themselves and those dependant
Phoenix. Ariz., who has been visiting 1
all the leading markets. Irving to find j "n ,h, m- '"lilar conditions were ob-
out what pointers he Id glean cm- served in other cities. Mr. Crump was
cerninir the Arizona ..ranee imlustrv. surprised to find in Pltsbutrg grapes
Mr. Crumn stated that he was told theian,) ilrri'
sum.' tale in every section he visited
namely, that the Arizona c range was
the only real suet and highly fla -ored
orange that was ready for market
previous to January 1. Mr. Crump also
seated that the Arizona orange Asso
ciation expected to market all their
oranges ihis coming season previous to
January 1. his theory being that if the
growers the r" were favored w ith such
another good crop as they had this
season, it would mean that Arizona
oranges would come pretty near to
supplying the fancy holiday trade, and
thai it would be advantageous for Cal
ifornia shippers to hold bac k their nav
els until after Jaimarv 1. when they
become really ripe and mature."
Hack in, liuffalo he found the people
doing busini ss with sleighs, the auto
ci':i':nii :cnil I hi- ili-liverv cart ImviiiiT
siH bei-ii suicrccedcd bv the gliders with I
uiing of the snow. During his
stay he saw the not-usual sight of a
natural bridge of ice over Niagara
Falls. Taking it as a whole, weather
and wind and slippery w alking, he J
was not impressed with Buffalo as a
'place to tarrv long in. and The first
is shipped a!l the way from
Africa, impressing him how far
! fruit may go to find a market from its
j nntive soil. He reflected that it was
I not merely visionary to think of Ari-
zona products in no great while In the
! marts of metropolises in many lands.
Though his trip was not profitable
from a financial standpoint it was in
many ways remunerative and worth
! the tino. ;.nd expense.
When s child wake up.ln the mtudie of th
night with a severe attack of croup as fre
quently happens, no time should be lost in
experimenting with remedies of a doubtful
Tame. Prompt action la often necessary to
hxi never been known tn fail in anr ease anil
it has been in use for orer onsVhlrd of a cen
tury. There, is none better. It can be de
pended upon. W'hTeipertment? Itlsplenanl
to take and contains no harmful drug. Flics,
IS cents; hugs sun, W cants. -
gine-rs instead of three on -vessels j stomac h and intestines in a healthy
which go north to Crescent City, and
south to l'o'nt Conception, as the rule
No action upon the communication j the
has been taken by the Fngiiicers' as
sociation. It is expected that the re
sult will be a lockout of the members
of the association and about .leu en
gineers will be affected. It is expect
ed that ff the engineers go out, the
firemen, deck hands and waiters will
also be called out.
BUFFETED BY SEAS.
yueenstown. Feb. 1.1. The Cunard
liner, Lusitania. arrived tonight. She
CNpcrienced four .lavs of heavy weath
er with hlh seas licit made the voyaje
The lablets contain a jcoweiful in
gredient which assists the stomach in
process of digestion, and puts it
in a h'-althy condition.
There arc many bodily ills due en
tirely to stomach troubles.
If you are ill ask yourself if your
trouble may net be caused by indi
gestion. This may be the cause of the whole
difficulty, and to cure it nieuns , to
have perfect health.
You can get Stuart s Dyspepsia Tab
lets at any druggists', for they are as
staple as any drug in the store". They
are art cents per package-.
Send us your name and address to
day and we will at once send you. by
mail a sample package, free. Address
l A. tituart Co., I'jO Stuart Kldg.,
riarshMll, Mich -
In a very short time we will occupy the West side
of the building now occupied by the Dorris-Heyman
Furniture Cd. A sacrifice of our stock will be
offered on the following: Knit Underwear, Muslin
Underwear, Remnants, Ladies Skirts, Coats, Skirts,
broken lines of Hosiery, Towels, Yarns, Corsets,
Ruff and piece goods. A saving of 1-4 to 1-2.
erardJones Dry Goods Go.