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T1IJ2 ARIZONA KErUP.LICAN: SUNDAY 3IOHNING, SEPTEMIJETl 0, 1900.
PREMO CAMERA;
Washing Bi
Positive Pleasure
WHEN YOU AHE USING ONE OF THE
Wyeth While Cedar Vashers
Ba
are us to by nit Best Photographers
Roth professional anil amateur, cv cryw here. They are n 'i.i t 1 to li.ith
plates and films. ritEMOS sell fr.mi t prices, ami ivpr.-s nt ih,.
product of the largest cam. ra factory in the world, nfl r an exp. ri. tie in thai
line of over seventeen years. AVe carry a cnmpli to line of I'llKJln CAM
ERAS, in all srades, and invito an insp. ction of tur liiv ly any one inter
ed. Catalogs mailed fie to out of town trade.
OF 1UE GOLDMAN STOCK IS IN FULL SWING.
WE HAVE MADE LARGE REDUCTIONS IN
THE PRICE OF THESE GOODS.
SOLD ONLY BY
D. H. BURTIS', 31-33 E. Washington Street
i;'jai:.-ti.ki to m: th k inr x the maknkt. only $7.00.
CALL AM' LOOK AT THEM KKFOJtE IlI'VlMI.
A CAR LOAD OF
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PINNEY & ROBINSON,
BICYCLES, TYPEWRITERS, PHOTO STOCK AND SPORTING GOODS.
Established 1853. 40 N. CENTER ST., Phoenix.
SPECIAL DELIVERY LETTERS
Phoenix People Not Yet Familiar
"With Convenience of System.
It Is probable that there are few post
offices in cities the size of Phoenix
where the special delivery service is
patronized so little. In all its other
branches the local postoflice is a very
busy institution, but the special deliv
ery department has not come into any
thing like general use. Lack of edu
cation in the convenience of the system
is the chief reason for this, although
the comparative isolation of Phoenix
is largely responsible. It is safe to say
that not one person in ten in Phoenix
has ever used the special delivery ser
vice and knows of the quick action he
can get. In the larger eilies the spe
cial delivery departments in the post
oflice are driving out of business many
of the bureaus orisinally established for
that purposefi from the fact that as
quick, or quicker, service can be ob
tained and at a smaller price. Indeed,
the system has done wonders in that it
has accelerated the speed of the dis
trict messenger boy, whose snail-like
propensities long ago brought him into
disrepute.
At the Thoenix office the special de
livery stamps are frequently caller! into
use for letters sent to other cities and
from one to sometimes two dozen let
ters have been received in a day. but
local people have yet to learn the value
of the system.
Wilbur Reynolds is in charge of the
service here and uses a bicycle to
hasten his work. It usually requires
but a few minutes before the time a
special letter is dropped i" 'he box at
the postoflice until it is delivered.
AN ACCIDENT CHAPTER
Aaron Lange Has a Scries of Disasters
In the Mountains.
Two months ago Aaron Lange, a
(.'ulifornian who has been prospecting
in Arizona for same time, left l'hocnix
for u. trip to the mining country around
anil above (rlohe. He was equipp 1
with a full outfit loaded on two burros
and accompanied by a Mexican whom
he picked up at I'rescott. The two
men were mounted on horses owned by
Lange. At Globe, I,ange played th.
faro bank and lost about $100, all the
cash he had with him. lie sent to
Phoenix for more, but the money order
sent him n.iscarried and he was de
tained in Globe for a week, and in the
meantime lost $F.O m re. When his re
mittance finally arrived he took his
outfit and trekked for the mountains.
After two days' travel Lange was bit
ten on the leg by a ratthsnake. and
although he cauterized the wound and
drank a gallon or more of whisky he
almost died, and in hi delirium walked
about during 'the night until he f. 11
and sprained an ankle. The Mexican
loaded up the burros an 1 th y started
on the return trip to Globe. Halt' way
back one of the pack animals fell from
a small cliff, broke a leg ami was shot.
Lange could not walk and as the load
was valuable he insisted that the
Mexican tak. it fr in the dead 'o-.-.-.re.
load it oti his pony and walk to Globe.
Thi- latter objected an.l the two almost
came to blows. Thai night, when they
.topped for 'ho night, the Mexican
Pecked as much of J.a.-.pe's oquipni. nt
as he could get . n one po;iy an 1 a.- !;'
employe slept, the Mexican, like the
Arab, sili fitly stele away. Lange awoke
in the morning lo find himself wi'h lull
a little water ana a f : w crack. rs and
a can of meal le't hie.v by his faultless
helper. With groat difficulty lie sad
dled his hor.-e, mounted and started
for Globe. Racked by the pain of his
sprained ankle, and half famished, lie
pulled into Glob - that ev ning an.l
spent nearly a tnon:h there, most of
it ir bed.
Yesterday '.to arrived in Ph.-,. nix and
found that his pnrtrtr, one Free', who
still had .-ver belonging ti I.a ,g ,
had dt camped and could net li l.i-
Nlied. Lange will report his case to th i
sheriff ml telegraph home, for molt -.
Vernon Peck, a young m:fn who eon- i
duets a ranch west of the city, a id i
who is a well known peron a) e.u
town, was the victim of the aiiinnsiiy
of a very vici. us cow Friday. I'-vk
was engaged in rounding up a bunch of
cattle into a corral and approached too
near the rear bushi ss end of the
aforementioned cow. She put hi r bat-
ten into a-tion and tw straight ;
p.inchi s sent Peck on an u rial jour- i
ney. The cor nil fence graciously !
stopped his wild flight and when he
r. turned to censeiou-ness his assisi
ai s found that one blow ha 1 caught
an i ye and nearly put that organ out
of business, w hile the otln r ha 1
reaehe 1 the solar plexus and tempo
rarily disarranged his int. rnal mecha
nism. He was able to he iu tin- city
yi ster lay.
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JUST RECEIVED
To be sold at Summer prices
to make room for our Fall Pur
chases, szz our Display of 30c.
to 50c. Matting at 25c. per
yard. This week only.
:IC8M0NIMAY4.UESELY- CO.
21-23 ELLINCSON BLOCK
1
I
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS
to
Made to Your Measure
from $1S.00 up.
t Vi
m
There is no need of paying an enormous
3 price for your TAILOR-MADE SUITS.
we wm a:te your measure ana guaran
tee you a perfect fit. You take no risk.
A Iare assortment of patterns to select
trom. Vv e invite you to cail and see our
H. G. F Sit KINGS, Merchant Tailor,
39 North
K.rst Avo
SANDY'.-? n JOKE.
Thirl", nih Flue;- Tc:kim: Whal arc
.Mill laiiii-liitis alioul. Surely?
Elevator I! y I've t..t such a tf.jo.l
ink" i:n Mr. Siriillin. lie sivs to me ;!
wi.ile ns'o, "S.ut.i'.v." lv says, tlon'i
yon know what lloer to inn me nff ai.
rna I
ha !
Him !"
- 'eie.-l.
An" I'm
N : U'S I 'A I ' K 1 1 1 N F'J ' K Xi ' 1 :.
Pre: i lent Tucker, ni' I i.iriin.
! -a . in a r.-.-cni. .-.l.lr.-fs y-rtl
lii. iiiinioii t'-.it th" n w.-.ap.
to iie Fta Ii- 1 in all c-ill-.-ucs: i
nali.-:ii in iho s- n-e in which lUFiii's
eolSe;, s an ! tie nnivi r.-ity uf !:'. ,1
!'i-e,j e?.,. to each it,, hut the aeiu il
new.-;ei tier i:elf. Mr. Tucker f;iys thai
j i'ie :.-.;vcr .f the new.'iiaper In aeeolll
uh en'- i iilih srn.iil or evil has lieconi" sncli that
'. it as I the o ..,.!.- in-ft '-It to lie in-trueteil a.
; ian?!i: I i i whe-h new.-papcra ara worthy i,f
: join- stTrip'-rt.
STHFNFW
u ma tea t il vsl - f y
DO THESE LOOK
GOOD TO YOU?
15c
1 pound Arli:cklc fle.
10;
1 can best fitandanl Ijni r Ti una lues.
$1.10
10 puumla pure I.caf I.nrd.
13c
1 pound Kastern llacnn.
4Sc
1 pound Star Tobacco. .
30;
1 pound very best Chewing Tohai -co.
45c
1 pound Schilling's H. Towdcr. ,
25c
1 pound M. & J. rulTec.
10c
1 can Salmon.
5c
1 can Sardine?.
65c
1 dozen I'int Fruit Jars.
85c
1 dozen Quart fruit Jars.
10c
1 can Kvaporatcil I 'reams.
These are i he price s lh.il mnke ihem
m
ft-- .
BT ffi m
m s s? sm iv
H VkJ? Li Vi til
CI
100!
US
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$1.50 Corsets at $1.00
$1.25 Corsets at 85
$1,00 Corsets at 50 v
Hosiery 25c and 30c : .15
Hosiery 20c .12
Laces and Embroideries at half price.
White Bed Spreads $1.75 1.00
White Bed Spreads $ LOO 65
Towels 25c at .15
Towels 15c at 10
Linen Crash 16c at. 12'
Linen Crash 12c at
Scrims 15c at .08
Outings 10c at 07
Outings 7'ic at 06
Outings 6c at 04
X Big Line of Comforts and Quilts from which to select your
Winter Bedding. Don't forget our Straw Hats at
Y of their former price.
E CO.
'Phone 2741.
HEADQUARTERS POR RELIABLE GOODS.
9-11 E. Washington Street
You will want to fix up your boys with a new suit.
Where can you find a better or larger stock of good
well made and reliable brands than at cur store?
We have them at all prices, from the cheapest to
the best. Our line of boys waists is complete and
embraces all the best makes, Mother Friend waist,
K. & E. blouses, and Juviniie shirts just what your
boys want. We have an immense line of school
shoes and we are offering- great bargains in these
goods. Eoys school hats and caps in endless
variety and our prices on them will be found the
lowest in the ciiy. We also carry a complete line
of misses and children's school dresses. Our fall
goods of all kinds are beginning to arrive and we
can cheerfully say such a line as we will have this
season will surprise you. These goods have been
purchased at a very low price and we will give you
the benefit of the same. Gaze in our large middle
window and see these beautiful youths and boys
suits on display.
m
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LADIES
It i.s very important to know who carries the finest line of
POCKET BOOKS and CARD CASES
You will have more money to put into your pocket book if you luy of us.
ELVEY & HULETT,
THE LIVE DRUGGISTS.
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5 and 7 E. Washington St
P
St
dizzy ami crowds the Sum
ways Tlusy.
'iV I ...JJM. , , ,
-- yfiTt ft. M . , , . . I
that's Al-
Pambarton block, eppoalt eurt kaua.
-.3?
Phon:2251
P. S.
2J3 to 224 Esst Washintoa 5 rcct
T..T
ail orders promptly filled
Iho opening '.n ovr vnYt,xvy persors J-.hov ts few of ihe
Satest iadkvs walking liCs.
ifififff-h. A rfA kA M$s. dfa. J rtfis. mi, ms. !... fi J.8$
Days More
THE REMOVAL SALE
CONTINUES AT
DORRiS EROS.
Great Offerings
in Furniture
DORRiS BROS.,
House Furnishors.
Ii. luiJ KAST WARIIISCTOX T.,
1'iiee n'x, Arizona.
HAfin TO IMKASK.
STEP DOWN.
Received Daily
Fresh and Crisp.
WHITE l'Li'lIK CEI.EUV.
HEAD LKTTI'CE.
STRING MEANS.
"U'AX IvEANS.
FANCY TU.M.VTUES.
CUCUMBERS.
RIPE APPLES.
FANCY LEMONS,
Juicy Kind.' '
JKKOMR PEACHES.
'The l!if
CRABB-jiacBRIDE
PRODUCE CO.'S
Tel. 250. 12 North Center St
V.'ifj Tell me honestly, J ihn, if I
should ilie, woulil you marry iisain?
J ihn (uir--':rinr to jilcusi j Mairy
ac:;iin! of coursi', I wouldn't. Sueh an
i il ( ;i wotilii never enter my head.
Wife lanw ily) Oh, you wouldn't .'
You di n't find marria:;e pleasant, I
suiip.ift'.' No doubt you are sorry you
married me.
Joint (Still desirinur to please) You
lion't mi lerstand. my dear, I was jok
ii S. of eourse. I meant that 1 would
marry aKain.
Wife (more ansrily) You would, eh?
Tuti arc in a Ki'oat hurry to Ret mar
ried attain. Perhaps you wish that 1
wa.:. an. of the way. I kn e.v you would
he slad if 1 died ukUI Tit-I'.ils.
"Sir," said the Long-Haired On, in
I diK'iantly, to the edit r, "the poet is
I burn."
; "Oh, is he." retorted the editor.
; "V." il. I'm darned sorry hn? is. hut this
! isn't the place where they take in the
I birth n.-itic-p?'. You sro on down stairs
to the hi'siness office. Detroit Fret;
Press.
TOU NEVER READ' of so many
preat c uits elsewhere, as those effected
by Hood's Sansa.parilla, did you? It is
America's preatst Medicine and pos
sesses merit unknown to any othvr
preparation. It is a wonderful in'i-orator.
Slek headache is cured by
Pills. 25c
Hood's
$5.00 to $80.00
For a Set
of Teeth
HERE IS MY MODERN PRICE LIST :
Gold Crowns, - - $5.00 I Silver Filling', 50c and up
Gold Filling, -$1.50 and up J Extracting, - - - 50c
R. . MOLBROOK, Dentist.
Rooms 2, 4, 6, over Postoffice, PHOENIX, ARIZONA.
Electric fan service in every room.

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