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THE AKIZOTTA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MOttlTTlTO, OCTOBER ?.0, 1900
' """ Si3ji s: Fairbanks, Morse & Co. Gasoline Engines, Hoists and Windmills are the best made Call at the store and wo will (Icinon- -. - t-trate it. Ezra, W. Tliavei-, 124-126 reeT.ashington FIGURE IT -UP! If ire give you the same carpet for C'c per yard that other dealers ask you ir.c for, how much will you save? 20c on one yard oi $8.00 on 40 yards. ; Pounds like n pretty frond proposition.! doesn't if.' It's as sood as it sounds. Vv'.. h-n... (1... K..cO lln- .f .-.ei.,.fo j iii 'lie Pity and we can ftive you better' I prices than you can set elsewhere. i (Q These poods are new and of the!,?v latest novelties direct from the loom 1 ! to us. ' o Q OUR MERCHANT rAILORING EPARTMENT BASKET WEAVING Let Us Show Yoa Our Carpets. DORRIS BROS. HOUSE' i FURNISHERS. 22, 24, 26, 28 W. Washington Street. PIANO BARGAINS. Vh.-els" ati.-wer.-d ci Sunday jn-1 Mor .iav iii'r::!i!ii:.-. When flatter, r mcis flatterer .-aianii-al majesty sits down and rests. Magnitude of This Industry Among the Pima Indians. With barren fields, made so by the absence of water for irrigation, wiih empty larders, with want and abso lute pov. rty stat ins them in the face, the J'inia Indians hav this winter taken up an industry that has lan-Cuisht-d anions them for years and has weil nigh been forgotten, says th Native American. The industry is that of wejvingr hask :s. There is a k en c .tiini. ri ia! deman 1 for Indian baskets. Th averiffe tour ist from the east is anxious to return with a memento of his trip. H- in vests, to a limited extent in pottery, but sav s his motley to buy baskets. These he carries in triumph to his pastern hem and som-iim-s turns th m into articles of utili.y as w. ii as ornament. His deman is have b . n so importunate that he has made a great scarcity of baskets in the open mark t. Toe II 1,-5. ivinS i v.. on;:, si K- . ! firm J in on,' neon ii's time the first piar- as a 1: : c el" cone- ill . Th-y w:i- -Is a I in the i)'.!i:y ss tn? :ln- city a. d spruci; into ! neryeii'- bi ." sofj ir.'.re I .-uti'ire ? th f.i a-iy eon i n ." in the pas: thirty days. Th.-:-(lays. in. o stoeK v. I I .1: riV'. in a few J".. J. I List your real estate with the Kvans I Loen & Inve-iinent company. A GORGEOUSLY EGUHO Work of art has Just been issued at an outlay cf over SiOO.000. for which the publishers desire a Manager in this county, also a S'Kid solicitor; g'ood pay to th? rig-lit party. X arTy 100 full-pase enerravinsrs. sumptuous paper, illumi nated covers and bindings; over 200 : golden lilies in The Morocco bindings; j nearly eO golder. rtses in tiie cloth bind- j intts. Pells at siht; presses running ; day and nisnt so gnat is the sale. Christian men and women making for- 0 (, ' ..' J- '-$ '. 5 ." :'0 - ? The City ? 1 Tailors. ; We have just oricned with the most complete stock of'- Woolen?, Ctisainier?, : Worstetl artfl X. j Imported Cheviots. Tlterefore we have no old .: t ftock. All Krments made in J 5 our shop?. I S Qofidman Siiverman.? $1!:1 SIM fil!'-". SI -"til $1 Rooms 5 and over National Bank Cutton Bid?,: Just at this time, thei t fore, th Pima ' tunes taking orders. Kapii promotions, piopl" tind a ready market for all th" One Christian woman made clear $e00 baskets :hey can weave. Wh n a bas- 1 in four weeks taking ord-'rs among her ket is finishel. it ivpv senis a.-h t , church acquaintance. and friends, th.-m. T.ie loi-.il liealer pays them cash Write us. It may lead to a permanent I ".is and he in turn rcreiv s cash, a col!oiiiia!i.-m. Indian basket good as ht at." Mr. William Itell. p -t trad r at S.:.-. aton. has never bought baskets in tim-s Jiast. He has a : F.i. a: !i l'r a matter cf twenty y. .11-4. X-n he k buying bask't; a, th r.it :' $Pi i r month. There an- t.vi 'er thu-e f. tiler trading stores lo'ea; d in other parts of the Saeaton reservation. It is safe to say that they ar fi.ing marly es much in th - nmtt-r of buying bask ts' as Mr. P.eil. From this in" re.ide'r nia judge concerning th" coriimereial value of the haskt-t industry to the Pima peo ple flu-ing the enduing ysar. Ku;. placing th- total output at the liberal. figure of this would give .-a.-h member -f the Pima iribf til" insig- ; niiicant sum of SI. That would n-.t : buy v.ry much Hour or many b-.ins. Th- Pimas manufacture baskets fori sale laigely. Many of the shap s at made with this obj. et in vi. w and are ! plainly copii s of bask- ts the Indians; have seen in the whit" man s stor . ! This fact docs not d tract from the val- .' ue of th work, iiow. ver. It has rather the centra ry eff .-t. inasmuch as it ' gives a tl xibility to the prie s in sy.:i-, I'athy with the size of the piec s. j Flaskets of this character s-.-ein t x-. pensivi. but when one reinenib,-rs that : a large sp eimen bringing eiyhi or ten ( dollars in the op. a market has eos; 1 the woman weaving it five or six Weeks I of continuous labor, it will be seen that ! the dollar has been t-arned iwic- over, j In tim-s past th.- Pimas have had more profitable work to turn to. It is 1 only their despetat - plight that ha- driven them to it now. j Basket waving was introduce. 1 ! among the Pim;is. probabiy PIO y-,trs iigo when the Marieopas sought shel t. r among them from th. onslaughts of the Yumas. At that time the Pimas made pottery only, but perceiving that the bask ts were an advance thy l.arned the art from th- r.fugees. on the other hand the Marieopas allowed basket weaving td fall into disuse, and new lranufacture pottery only. Til Maricopa woman carries her poiterv for sal - in a bask -t. but while r.nxi his j to dispose of th - earthenware she will not part with the other. The curious fact in r la.tion t the exchange of in dustries was iiscertaitifd last summer by Prof ssor A. .1. McClatchie of Phoe nix, who is making a study of .he Pimas on behalf of the Smithsonian institute of Washington. T). ('. This is also the verbal testimony of Chi-f Antonio of the Pimas. who is weli nigh lighty-tive yars old. position to manage our business and look after our large correspondence which you can attend to right at your home. A l.kvss J. A. Knight, Secre tary, foreman Puilding, opposite United States Treasury, "Washington, D. C. Trofessor II. C of piano, violin. Music Store. ess well Shaw, teacher etc. Apply Jenkins' TELEPHONE 156 1 DW1GIIT B. HEARD. ' Loans, Real Estate, his We will ilipose of the following instrument at luilt their nsnal sailing pri'-e. in rde- to cuke room for our liu-ge Mock - '1 carload--to jirriv tor the Holiday-: 2 Stein way & Sons pianos TyliWfj ?:;.,0 1 X'oi ris Ji Hyde (Transjiosing) $-.'ii." 4 Willanl & Co.'s mahogany 1 Kimball Co.'s "Heinze" 2 Vose & Sin's 1 Kr.ikaner 1 "Knabe" - Kingsbury oak 1 Hohr Pros (slightly nsedl - Smith K: llurnes 1 Penning 1 Spang-.nbersr 1 Krnost Oabler 1 Vose & Sons (old) 3 Kstey organs (new) 1 frown oigan (high top) 1 Baby organ (cabinet top).. We handle ;n? e lebrat d Self playing pianos 175 1 Self piaying organs $l!i)r$i2;i I CHICKKKIXC & Si)XS. the world's! leader, having been award d the Paris "f i iss i f the Legion of Honor." i P.iCHK BUdS.. Artist's Favorite: roll in Arizona and none ever prov- j i'.lg def etive. j KIMBALL CO. Tsed exclusively in i "7 colleg s and academies. MASOX i- HA.MLIX S Pianos and Or gans. 1'nP'iual! 1 and unexcelled. .".cert pi ((. popular music, at ,"0. T." and $1 per dozen. Q Q O 0 O O r:V-:-":'e. f- 7 V- . 1 k g - o Q t 40 I Q $ r,' ...$ 1.1 A. Redewill & Sons. ! PHOENIX, ARIZONA. The Chicago Store has received its stock of fail goods and ladies are in vited to call and see them. Delicious Sovereign MENTS. Coffee s 403-4 -J-ESEIXa BLOCK. e a very important feature in this store. Our New Fall Line of Woolens includesover 250 pieces of this season's swellest materials. We take your measure and the suits are made by the best tailors that could be secured in the country. Our cutter, Mr. West, having been in the employ of Geo. P. Taylor, of Los Angeles, for a number of years, alone is a surety of our patrons receiving only first class work and perfect fitting garments. In requesting you to piaee your order with us for Fa!! and Winter- Garments, somehOY feel M we have a special claim on your patronage. we G Q O Q O o 0 0 o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o jpur prices this season for w first-class garments are within the reach of the most economical buyer. We want you to place your order for FALL GARMENTS here. We shall strive hard to merit your permanent patronage. I H-i-ii 8 J Bros m oe so REMEMBEI? OUR TREE EMPLOYMENT OPPICE. Am. " Vo d Clothing House I sm : s'.rV r v4 S25.0( Reward, i will be paid for information leading to I arrest an-1 -onvi; tioti of persons tres- ( I passing upon and stealing fruit from : j the orchards of the Arizona Orange Association. Th - p--er of ail high grade coffees j soid in Phoenix. More used, more enjoy t than any other blend. PriMl MOCHA &- JAVA. For sale only by T. W Dorris, 4 C Welsh rabbit is the fad for the evenings at & CLARK'S It's most delicious. We arc open until midnight to serve you t 0mk off- !;-) -Wfn.'X- Dr. Hibfeardi'S? iio-.vlod-rr.I i:il;st iu NtTVOU-. KidrtT- TIrinirv hll'l Sladder Ii'-t,:tt;cs. Iu- iri'-j;niijT.I Mil - c---s is il'i . i.i -jr,-r.ii.:iil abilitv, ''n ex perience ni nj!i.!t. reIif-biliT. lnt'iiioiih an- nhvnys the iatvL stu-i 1 -t. He in-Mts M.'titifji-ri:y Sexual Debility flTid Seminal Vealmess, rotni.1. ---- n rorins tiit.-:i iffii'-..- is ii t ci -ni uii: -o::d:t:iiis. Spec ial nl Private '.."''iTs . tiit-ir t-.;mi:-ous Kin! i.f.:t iif! :r i- i-ff-i-:- vi-t-,!i v 'rm niHMiily 'i r 1 . ITo mat ;er who lias iaild Dr. Hibbard wili cure you ii v-.ir be; urrtt.li-. Cancers, t If --r n Kxt.-rnal .rm-. (iis Tn.nivt-iy removed "without the knife r in":ur -v. T-tii:(oniaX Rt oi!"n-t. Delay is aar.?(;rov4B. !'. wait im:ii Uu, iat. Ii t..iii-i always b exam ined by an expert. 'Jriii; wiih hiin and jiiiiil-' yuiiT-.-it ti. iii .inority at.ilitv. jii,-i;liati'.!:5'ree. I.r':r-. In in ij. i-. x, t. to 7 Ofih-rn.i Jalirnto--,-. lT. j.- :-.iuth .'-,tii'i Avenue, Hi. juuni a.j;. I'lMtenix, Arizona. Palnisst and Psychic T. W. CHAMBERLAIN LUMBER CO. -D3ALEHS IN- Lumner, Lime, Cement, Doors and Sa?li, Alouldingp, Buililing Mtiterials, lioxep. Etc. Office and Yard Corner Second. Avenue and Jackson Street. :etinn usmess We offer for sale our entire Grocery Stock for cash, at mo ley saving prices. Reai the lists that follow: We buy and sell va'. rsrate for our selves and others. Investment Co. The Kvans Loan & i I SPOI1TIN' V.r nte-Javins , 1 mX&&2& ? SU Kntti-.-s for th :--nte-.Iavir.s i .,a 1 Ife&fagi&i -1 c , & Voi eeate conunir in fast. Men from a'l ; If'if'yJ jf r the ten ;t ,ry a,- ,-nterins. Ku- 3:y ;3i '4SJ: fill . UK Thomas. l:e,t Tri - and Frank I L, YSTC'W ii entered todty. The m.inasr.-r ..fl iS? &GJr N e race thinks it will be lie-- ssary i . f&hZp?y? -HPTx.' , Sl u-i ny ..ivr.;t). r . I UtK-iTtV' ". V-iv?-! ra V' Kene liaimi th close the extra on account of the l.ir;e numb tlieS iltillfj leei iv 1. T'i ra -e lun in soul order, a.i-1 with in tw. nty-livt etitri s it will ue '. an undertiikinir. will b, I Professor .'i-etifer will run his out - mobile out ov in. ereurse s..me ins this w.ek. We w ill anuoiin: evninir iu this column .ln;s-'.-. morninj? and all , n i are ir.terested i the raee are in-, ited to lid.- ever course paced by t he a a to. site 1 le. MADAM aONTACU, n- ! Renowned Palmist and S-.ji-itual Md th i . . i iuu at.c? ico.v. a ., epp I Hotel Adams. Mn-I.im MotitHi":.- eon,- .... I.rr.ini:.. .;: i;n ! l-l nad oie.ti j l'yc!ii- nl..; neei.:! I ii' 'iicie -i,a. N "hat do you think of th. wive! with the twisted '-joke. ' The F rris Wheel?" When you can buy a wh el for end have the priviieue -f r. turn'ns it. after ' 1-pounrl jiackage Tea Col. rijifs, '...! Smoking Ttwcco, -. . . Toilet Sfiaji, 2 Chewing Gum, - pkg. Bulk Olives, ier pint . . . Bulk Olives, per oti.irt "J lb. Tomatoes, per can I'eas:, finest quality, - oans.. Peas, fair iiialitT, ." c..ns string Heans, ."j cans Corn, per can 2 Cks Fair'n's Scouring Syd 1 Cans I.ve Tin Cow Milk, per can Oysters, ." cans i Jockey Club .Sardines, 1 c-i Deviled Ham, -js., -1 cans. . . Salmon, 1 caa Arbuckles Cofi'ee, 1 jikg i Tobacco, 1 lb plug - Soda Crackers, 1 lb ! White and V'ink lie.'.n Jellv lleans, 1 lb .40c (Dried Grapes Ac ....5C Calla Lilly Soa, 7 bar-: 25c 5C Lunch Tongue, 2 cans 55C ....5C Celluloid Starch, .'J pkgs 25c ....5C ! Roast and Corned IJeef, 2 c'ns.25c . . 1 3r i Schilling's Baking Powder, ..25c! lib. can 40C -. I 0C ! Schilling's Caking Powder, ...25C 1 -i lb. cans 20C ..25C -r lb. can LakiDg Powder.. ..$ 1 .00 ...25c; Rope, ail sizes, 1 lb I 5C .. I OC ; Flavoring Extracts, 1 bottle... 5C ... IOC Masons Blacking, all sizes, lbx..5c ...25c :'. lb. Salt, 1 sack 5C ....I0CI5 lb. Salt, 1 sack., I OC ... -25C ; 1" lb. Stilt, 1 sick I 5C . ISciShred Wheat Biscuit, 12 boxes.25C .25c!l Kit Mackerel $1.20 . JOCi Rolled B..r!ev,sack 90Ci Sick Room Supplies. If you are sick or have some one in your family who is sick send us an order for anything you may need. We are carrying EVERYTHING in SICK room supplies. SEE our WINDOW. WE are up-to-date at YOU GET WHAT YOTT O C" A D C ASK FOR AT 13 CM ft O BEARS Keystone Pharmacy, Opposite City Hall. eeKinsrs. Merchant Tasior. Call and inspect our slock of fall Fuilinss before you buy. We. can eave you money and guarantee you satisfaction in every respect. We. also carry samples for ladies' tailor made costumes, which we can make very cheap. Notice of rissolution of Partnership "NJ OTP'E is hereby given that the firm known us '.;onrt I'tirKer, doing tusin?K8 ai is North Si-vana avenue, has ttiis. the tsth : day of September, dissolved bv mutual cou-1 sent. II. L. Parker retirss and A. J.Ciosart will; continue The blljnesg, and assumes all in- debteitne8 and collects all accounts. A. J. ;osr.T, H. J. PARKS. Si If you want Dr- We arc 39 North First Ave. We Can't Afford THE Best Tiling in Sight1 Lend adapted to Alfalfa and i Fruit Growing IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, OAL. Raocheis and Sini-kir.cn from all over say it is , a grand opening. Many are now lo- I catintr wnere tuer rail have all i the water needed et a low rate. See j RICE & LEIGHTON, AGENTS FOP. IMPERIAL LASP CO , 33 North Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. ; Tribune, Sferlii sSBICYC Smith Pre Typew; ALL REPAIR WORK ORiiiid Uepsirmen foi 'uli ltt'Si.-' E. M. DEPEV Telephone 2511. 33 Sou to cut prices because we won'tcut the qua!-i g 9 . Tkt ny or our worn. 5 eaiv k Wiison. s The Photographers. Stuaio 213, E. Washingto.i St. FOR' SALE. 5 :nd. r II,:- keye canal, with improvements, for 10 pt-r lots on M eDouel! road op- : . I5C t'o:il Oil. t.cr gallon 30C .. .- 25C ; Cal Apples, 2 cans G5C 7C ; Gal. Keg Pickles $ 1 .35 1 lb Ac I 5 lbs Fancy Belleflower Apples.25cl I5C a month's use a: d st back it must be a proud l u :o: t .e i ..I. '. i i i-e! I v it h r. C'V. t i n:oe r. I lomiHTi iiou If in 1 u i s ii : re.l litrl i j ' r i ' ' t I Hie v.mi -i;..i'V. i I I! C. -Hi yiur inon-y Madam M..iiu:pne wheel. Mr in -t a ti i .1 Trade Javins says n it on.- person mit of the ; but ',:. l:iri;c number that boucht nis i u re ami i - k:i ' - - -. -ee ;'i n! a;-, ilr oi 1 llj'.ll In-: i In lile-i -n e-J y. : ii l:ll'li-rr..e'l ije js ; h.. pmiti-t or n-.ird reader i .iliitiie-e liij:i,er i'iT'-f- i.; nni- Vll u - il I" -veil1.-. The above are only a few of our bargains. lie Kesskr -Boyle Grocery Co. First Avenue and Adams Street. .:;o a i iv s lions aid acre. I"iw-a-re posite camp sroar..:.-- and bu: one bl.xk from end of car l:n. I.irsre or small residences for cash or on ir.stallm nts. It is a peculiar s-n.-a:io:i t i pi k or anges from your own tie s. P.uy a fine (trove of Navels before crop is mar keted and try it. E 2 s T-".k The selection of your fall Rarments jus; because the weather is a little warm at present. It will soon be cold and you will want them. You know that we have but utti of a style in our store. Our styles are never common. We control them, and we want you to see them. Th'-y will stand comparison. The va riety is so Krea. it is impossible to here quote prices. They must be right or we would not be selling as many as we do. Almost every day finds us with something new to show you. Have you seen the n-w petticoats and flannel waists? I A THZ E2ST ALSS3J1- $ if-- (fQ. . , a OT) ttt mvn PS No. 41, West Adams Street.