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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2(, 19013.
Vfy tOT'09Aarti BUY BARGAINS BY MAIL DON'T THINK THAT BECAUSE YOU LIVE SO FAR AWAY FROM THE HALE STORE THAT YOU CANNOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE MANY SPECIAL OFFERS THAT ARE .CONSTANTLY HE I NO MADE. ON EVERY SUCH OCCASION A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF TIIESPECI AL GOODS ARE TUT ASIDE FOR THE EXCLUSIVE RENE FIT OF MAIL' ORDER PATRONS SO THAT WHEN YOU SEE THE HALE ADVERTISEMENTS QUOTING A BAR GAIN. IF YOU WRITE IMMEDIATELY TO THE STORE THE CHANCES ARE THAT YOU MAY BE ABLE TO SECURE A SHARE. THERE IS NOTHING IN THE WAY OF DRY GOODS YOU CANNOT BETTER BUY AT THIS BIG EMPORIUM. NOT ONLY THE NEWEST GOODS, NOT ONLY THE BIG GEST VARIETY, BUT YOUR SAVINGS WILL AMOUNT TO A GOOD ROUND SUM IN THE COURSE OF A YEAR. FOLKS WHO DO THEIR TRADING THROUGH OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT FIND IT A WONDERFUL CONVENIENCE. JUST A NOTE OR A POSTAL CARD BRINGS YOU SAMl'LES AND PRICES. IT'S ALMOST EASIER THAN TRADING AT YOUR OWN" LITTLE LOCAL FIRMS. ms3. M. HALE CO. 107 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. There are Seven Hale Stores. That's Why Prices are Lowest. Cold Air Storage Market S. J. TRIBOLET, Prop. 114-116 t. Washinmo. St., Opposite City Kail lewpkoM 01. Just received from Kansas City a shipment of shoicest Beef Loins and Tenderloins Buy your meats at my mar ket and you will be satisfied. New arrivals in DELICA CIES. Holland Milkner Herring, 5c. each. ' Holland Herring (spiced),, 5c. i each. Pickled Herring ' In Wine Sauce, 3 for 25c. Smoked Herring, 10c. dozen. Smoked Bucklings, 5c apiece. Shore Mackerel, 2 for 25c. '- Salmon Bellies, 13c rb. Smoked Salmon, 40c. Ib. Smoked Sturgeon, 40c. lb. Smoked Eel. 40c lb. Smoked Halibut Chunks, 25c per lb. Smoked Goosebreast, Import ed and Domestic Cheese, Pick les In bulk. Anchovies, Pickled Sardines, Fresh Fish. Oysters In bulk and in cans, etc. etc. January first 1902. plants another milestone on the road of your life and ours. We hope that our , relations as dealer and customer will continue as pleasant In 1902 as in 1901 It shall be our effort to make them so. Anything in meats or poultry you may buy of us will be the best we can get j anywnere, -is juur wcw irai a ua order in? P. T. Hurley. 15 -West -Washington St. 'Phono 121 CASTLE CREEK Hot Springs. TAVAPAI COUNTT, ARIZ. "Season of 1901-192 now open; New buildings Just completed; More rooms with baths; all rooms heated by hot water Bystem when re quired; electric lighting of buildings and grounds. High standard of excellence in all features strictly main tained. Descriptive pamph let on application to L. H. ' Land!", Pass. Agt. S. F. P. & P.; R'y Co., Phoenix Ari zona, or to C M. COLHOUN, Mgr. HOT SPRINGS. ARIZ. Spring Street. Bargains in Piano For less than half price, the following well known pianos: One elegant Fisher, almost new; one fine Everett, little used; one Pease, good as new, and one extra good bargain at $110.00, all up rights. Our stock of new pianos con sists of the celebrated Stein ways, Kranich & Bach, Sterling. Starr, Rich mond and Emerson. We don't handle any cheap western makes, but sell our high grade pianos cheaper than any ever sold before in Arizona and challenge comparison with the largest music houses on the coast. Zobo Self-Playing Cornets, from 2c up. You sing in the mouth-piece and you have brass band music. Tuning and repairing a specialty. Messenger & Pos Piano' Go. 118 N. FIRST ST., OPP. P. O. L. D. McCLURE Graduate of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. 14 years practical experience. NOTICE ! No Guess Work In our Prescription Department. All our medicines are compounded in the most careful manner, with strictly pure and fresh drugs and in strict ac cordance with the doctor's instructions. Prices you will fi nd moderate. We carry in stock not drugs and medicines alone, but a variety of perfumes, toi let articles and stationery of every description, including a nice assort ment of Reymer's fine confections. HOT DRINKS Ice Cream Soda .-ind Ice Cream with crushed fruits, always served at our fountain. 39 N. First Ave. Two Doore Irom the Fotof f Ice Telephone 2466 Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Estimates Furnished Rooms 11-12-13 O'Neill Building P. o. Box 673, Phoenix, Arizona. Joe Fifleld Qeo. H. Oallaghor News and Opinions or National Importance THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH Daily, by mail - - $6 a year Daily and Sunday, by mail $s a year The Sunday Sun is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the World. Price 5c a copy. By mail. J2 a year. Address, THE SUN, xew York. DO NOT DELAY. The lonfcer you delay In giving your weak stomach the aid it requires, the more serious becomes your condition. Obtain a bottle of Ilostetter's Stomach Hitters at once, as it is the best medi cine in the world for stomach com plaints. It will tone up the system. s tea fly the nerves and cure Helching, Flatulency, Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Malaria, Fever and Ague. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS MY LADY IN HER FURS. When in her mannish shirtwaist With forearms bare nml blown I vow- my lady's fairest or any in the town. When autumn burns the mountains With flames of ruddy fire. My lady in her sweater Awakes my muse's lyre. But when the hitter north wind Old Winter's wrath bestirs I swear there's naught can equal My lady in her furs. N. S. O AH druggists guarantee every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyone who is not satisfied after using two-thirds of the contents'. This is the best rem edy in the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take. It pre vents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Sold by Elvey & Hu lett. PROGRESS OF MARINE TL'RBIXR. So successful has been the King Ed ward, both from a mechnical and com meivial point of view, that Oapt. John Williamson has ordered another vessel soinewhut similar to the King Edward, but of larger dimensions and one knot more speed, with about 4,000 horse power. The Turblnia works have also re ceived orders for turbine machinery for three high- speed yachts, viz.: One of TOO tons for Sir Christopher Furness of -about 1,500 horse power; one of about 3.500 horse power for A L. Barber of New York. The principal dimensions of this vessel are: Length between perpendiculars, 260 feet S inches; length on load water line, 253 feet: bredth, moulded, S3 feet 3 inches; tonnage Y. M.) about 1,400 tons. One for Col. Mct'almont, M. P.; this vessel tr be built on the lines of a tor pedo boat. The principal dimensions of this vessel are: Length between perpendiculars, 152 feet V inches; length on load water line, 152 feet 6 inches: bredth, moulded, 15 feet 3 inches: ton nage Y. M.) 170 tons. This vessel, it is anticipated, will at tain a sped of over 2A knots. The whole of the foregoing vessels mentioned are expected to be ready by life spring of 11)02. London Yachtsman. A child three years of age died of drunkenness the other day in New York City. The parents said they had given the child whisky to strengthen him. In their absence he found a bottle of whisky and drank from it, until he fell over in a drunken stupor, from which the physician could not arouse him. That is only one case in several cases of baby drunkards recently noted. The important fact is that alcoholic stimu lants craickly develop the alcoholic habit in children. This fact is just as true when the alcohol is disguised as a medi cine, a n sarsaparilla " or other " com pound." So many medicines contain alcohol, to the same extent that it is con tained in beer or whisky, that parents should be cautious what medicines tney give their children. There is absolutely no alcohol, whisky or intoxicant in any form in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, neither does it contain opium or any other narcotic. It is a blood-making and body-building medicine. It does not make flabby flesh but good, firm flesh and muscle. It is pleasant to the taste. Mv fonr year old daughter had suffered from indigestion and bowel trouble from birth." write Mrs. Lizzie Aten. of BaUlmoitnt. Iickawanua Co.. Pa. "The treatment given her by home doctors afforded but temporary relief. Usl February she was takeu with severe pain in the bowels, followed by violent vomiting. She experienced difficulty in passing urine, which, when cool, deposited a milky sediment. I In cline alarmed from her symptoms and wrote to the World's Jispensary Medical Association of Buffalo. N. Y.. receiviiiR in reply a letter, advis ing the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery, together with a special medicine which they sent. This line of treatment I followed for atoilt two months, at the end of which time my child was eujoyinjc jrood health, and she has had no severe attack of indigestion since." Free. Dr. Pierce's Medical Ad-isert iooS pages, in paper covers, is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps todefray expense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. ADDLES Saddle Blankets Bridles and Bits Riding Whips Gloves Leggings, etc. See complete stock at. Capital ""ess Shop OSCAR R. LECHLER Proprietor OPPOSITE POSTOFFICB. 4. if v -::-5:"::"H-:--:-:---xk-:- X Personal Mention x -x-x:-:-:-:-:h"S:-x-:4 A. Ilauer of California is a guest of Hie Ford hotel. II. A. Meyer and son of Denver or-? guests of the Hotel Adams. Ieon Galehouse of Carrington, X. r., was at the Commercial yesterday. Mary E. lunker left for Los Angeles last night via the southern route. Larimer Hill, who has been quite si. k for some time, is again able to be out. Mrs. Alice I. Bradford of New York is in the city a guest of the Hotel Adams. K. A. Tovrea of Bisbee arrived in town yesterday morning on his way lo Jerome. II. William Stevens of the Trilby mine. is in the city, a guest of the Ho tel Adams. 1. H. Long anil Miss Harriet Ixng of Chicago arrived here yesterday and are tfu.'Sts of the Ford hotel. J. 11. Townsend. W. L. Hardin and r. II. Neilis of Lima. O., are in the city, guests of the Hotel Adams. K. L. Hlne. A. E. Shahon and Wm. Connolly of Los Angeles registered at the Commercial yesterday. United States Marshal McCord re turned yesterday morning rrom a. trip to San Francisco on official business. W. H. Daily of Tucson, spent yester day in the city, a 'guest of the Hotel Adams. He returned home again last night. R. D. George of Chloride nnd A. W. Jurden of Flagstaff, were among the guests of the Commercial hotel yes terday. Among those registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were: Ben F. Taylor of Baltimore. O. S. Mackenzie of Chi cago. R. J. Nolan of St. Louis and A. L. Wakefield of New York. IIen Porter, who has been visiting relatives here for a few days, returned iast night to Bar-stow. Cal.. where he is employed wkh the engineering corps of the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake railroad. Among those registering at the Com mercial hotel yesterday were; P. I. Fuller, Denver; A. C. McQueen, J. G. Peterson and Mrs. W. H. Barbour, Mesa: Nat Goldsmith. St. Joe: M. M. Poole, San Francisco: J. F. Whohey. Boston: H. F. Hall. Phoenix: W. Scott. Bellefontaine: H. W. Grebe, Kansas City: C. F. Marshall. Chicago, and J. A. Watson. Spokane. JAYS IN THE DINING ROOM. "Talk about diplomats," said he head waiter in a local hostelry. "I think the man with a job like mine needs a whole lot more diplomacy. riht on tap and ready for emergencies, than the secretary o! state. -But I want to say right here, that thL western countryman or rancher. as you call him. is net any greener than thf eastern farmer. I've worked all over the east, and I'll back the Pacific i oust -Rube' against any of them. But Ihr f:irmer isn't the hardest kind of a t'lan to jolly along, by any means. Hu Generally realizes that he Is up against thr; real thing when he gets Into a b!j? hotel. He Just Fits still a while and v.-t:tches everybody around him to see how they eat. and order, and do every thing else. and. by the time he gets dr.wn to the entrees, he 'sabes' pretty v.f 11. Once In a while he'll get tangled. but not very badly. It is the small mc-rcbjint from some one-horse town, v he thinks he knows it all, and that's v.'fcere the need of diplomacy comes in. He's a good customer, and it wouldn't cio to offend him or let him show to: much of his ignorance, because he'll get :ore and never come? back. You've got t . tell him how to do things In such a way that he w on't 'realize that he Is hc-.ng taught, and stand around to se? that-he don't drink out of the finger bowl or eat out of it with a desert srron. 'He always orders the dishes with French names, instead of picking out the ones he can read, because he thinks If j fashionable, and then he looks dis appointed when he gets them. Here is a sample order from this class of Mczor': ' 'Waiter bring me some 'pate de fey grass' I always preferred that to water cress, and some Julian potatoes if you haven't got any French fried- some 'Beef ay lay juice.' well done, and some of them com-potted pears on the s'.de. You might as well fetch the fit cert along. I'll have a little of this Rrck-we-forf and a 'kaf noyer." and F-i'y, bring me a cup of coffee, too. I c!m't see it here, but I s'pose you got it 1 right." "That's the kind of a deal we're up against preWy near every day, and then we have kicks because minced ham a la liourdelaise is 'nothing but hash.' and 'this blank manje looks just like c ustard pudding. You may think I'm Jollying you, but you ask any head waiter in a big hotel and he'll tell you how it is." Ex. A certain Paris biscuit maker lias taken tc advertising his wares in 'a novel way. He sends men on stilts through the streets distributing pam phlets and samples. Advertisements are generally famous for their flowery nature, but this must be the first time that they have laid themselves open to the imputation of being stilted. London Globe. It may sound funny, but the load makes the cargo before the train starts. j I 2Ibpkgs never ibulk. I 1 1 1 tr?4iH pure fill iBREAKFASrgga I 1 1 1 all reliable grocers PNEUMONIA Unless Promptly Treated, Will Re sult Fatally It Can be CURED BY Duffy's Malt VhisKey. Pneumonia Is a treacherous disease and often tjafTles the skill of physicians; pneu monia symptoms are prolonged chill, headache, ncompmied hy nausea and vomiting. Tnlf3 promptly checked, pneu monia results fatnlly Before the symp toms devHup jUuii'y'E Malt Whiskey oho u Ul be taken. CURED OF PNEUMONIA AT 67. Gent lemon: It Is with great pleasure that I write to inform ycu that 1 have used eight bottles of yjur Pure Malt Vhi3key. i would not have been here to day only for yoar wonderful nui'U-ino. 1 have used all klrula of cough syrups and been udr the car: of 1. !: ?. i have had three s vere attacks of rlp and pneumonia, which htt me v:;. u bad cough and wca!: heart. I am 67 yian old. It has tuned up my system and stopped the hemorrhugt-a, and I cough but very little. I only rc-gret I did not know of your whiskey before. I cannot express hitt It has 4ione for me. 1 beg to remain yours rtsi-M-ctiuliy. Mas. II. C. ALL1XCTON. Nov. 11, 1901. Nashua City. M. II. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiafcey cures con sumption, general iVMiity, l.i grippe, colds, bronchitis, malaria, low fever, dys pepsia, depression an J weakness from whatever caus; , It builds up iiivl nourishes the body. It Invigorates the brain, tones up the heart and prolongs iif. A leading New York doctor said. "Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is a form oi food already digested.' NO FUSEL OIL. FREE Two game counters tor whist, euchre, etc.; send 4 cents in stamps tc cover postage. CAI'TION: Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is sold In sealed bottles only. If offered in bulk it Is a fraud. Be sure you get the Kenulne. It is the only whiskey recognizee by the government as a medicine. A! dmsKists and grocers, or direct, $1.00 p bottle. Medical booklet sent free. Duffi Halt Whiskey Co.. Rochester. J. Y. RAIN AND SNOW Arizona Is Now Preparing for a Little Weather. The opening1 performance of the Rain and Sno-.v combination, which has been Idlled for u iony time to play a wet weather engagement in Oreater Ari zona, was pulled off yesterday, and tn thf fireat satisfaction of everybody, ex cept joFsibly a few sick people, who hate to be kept indoors. The programrr-e was not a startling one, and there was no individual num ber that called f ;th special applause. :?o much has bet n said in the advance notices thai possibly too much was ex pet'ted. - Therefore, when the little clou-Is ami Flattering rain drops began to rreM in several days ago and came so stealthily they could heardly be noted, the main show was set down for a ehcao concern, like Si Perkins' ag gregation of inusical farmers, that leak into the country village one at a time and finally all meet at the cross-roads. As a matter of fact, the first per formance wm a little on the order of Si's entertainments, but it is under stood that yesterday was only a curtain raiser and that the ral show has hardly started. There wasn't rain enough yesterday to start the ferry boats, but every drop that came was aj preciated and went where it did the moat good. In the aggregate consider able moisture fell and it was all clean margin. None of it k away to the thirsty settlers down about Yuma, and it is said every catfish in Salt river had a bath and a drink. Several picnic parties of ducks and geese were organ ized for excursions on the river today and several parties of sportsmen will meet them there. A telephone message was received frcm Present t last night saying that a mantle of snow six inches deep had teen thrown over Yavapa: county and not a soul tried to kick from under the cover. No protest will be entered till the snow gets so deep the pine trees begin to smother. Tho clouds all last night kept leaking a little here from time to time and premise considerable entertainment from now on. The Republican's corps of weather prophets has been vindi cated and the slate wipe-d for a new record. SOME POLITICAL, ITEMS. Henry C. Payne will be the fourth postmaster gvneral to be selected from the state of Wisconsin. The others were Alexander W. Randall, Timothy O. Howe and William F. Vilas. The terms of Senators McLaurin of South Carolina, Jeter Pritchard of North Carolina and William J. Deboe of Kentucky expire on March 4. 1903. Mr. Mclaurin was elected as a demo crat and Pritchard and Deboe as re publicans. On the vote of Alabama on the adop tion of the proposed new constitution. Mobile county Rave a majority against it of five votes. Th?re are 5300 voters in Mobile countv and In the election of two years ago the democratic majority In it was 700. James H. Eckles of Illinois, when ap pointed comptroller of the currency, was 35 years old. Charles G. Dawes, his republican successor, was 32 when appointed. Mr. nidisely, the present comptroller, is a young man. the son-in-law of United States Senator Cul lom. There has been some controversy as to the Identity of the youngest member of conprress, but there is none as to the oldest in either branch. That distinc tion in the senate belongs to. Pettus of Alabama, born in 1S21, and in the house to Grow of Pennsylvania, born n 1SJ3. Portland, Me., has a citizens' union party, the ' mayoralty candidate of which was Rev. Dr. Edward S. J. Mc Tallister. who distinguished himself on the stump by attacks on the big corpa rations and his adversary of a more equitable valuation of real estate, and who polled at the recent municipal elec tion 1033 vvotes. NOBODY KILLED Officer Bussell's Revolver Discharged by Man Resisting Arrest. Officer Russell had an Interesting time yesterday morning In arresting Ed Morales, a partial biography of whoso l'fe appears in another column. After securing his man at the Bo hemian saloon it took some force and much argument to get him to the city juil. "While he was unlocking the Jail door Morales hit him a blow that, to say the least. Jarred Russell consider ably and then took to his heels. The officer pursued him as fast as possible, but was in the street near the Golden Kagle stable before he caught up with him. During the chase Mr. Russell pulled r.u his revolver and ordered the man lo stop running or he would have to wing him. He had the revolver In his rlpht hand, with one finger on the trig cer. one finger in front of it and an other In front of the guard, intending, if necessary, to use. the weapon as A rhib. As he approached Morales the latter turned and. butting him with his head, with one hand caught the hand v-ith the revolver in It and tried to clinch him with the other. Mr. Russell felt that the pressure of Morales' hand against his would most likely force him to pull the trigger, so with both hands he raised the weapon ctx ve their heads and JuBt at that moment the gun was discharged. About that time Captain Bush appeared and helped him Jail the man, who wae later turned over to the county authorities. Mr. Russell was kept busy all day ex plaining to friends and to those who mr.de telephonic inquiry that he had thither killed a man nor tried to. though that story was in circulation, emanating no doubt from some person in the big crowd who witnessed the In cident, but did not learn the particu lars. Mr. Sargent. R. A., in becoming a corresponding member of the French Academy of Fine Arts, adds but an other to the many ties which bind him as a painter to Paris. There he had his chief training, in the studio of M. Car olus Duran. There Is a legend of the Paris studios which attributes to M. Duran a sigh over the name of Sar gent, and the saying: "If he had stayed with me seven years longer I should have made him an artist!" Beginning young. Mr. Sargent exhibited his first work in the Salon of 1879. In manner he bears the marks of his long resi dence in Paris, and he speaks French as perfectly as he speaks English, Ger man and Italian. Are Quick to See Good Doctors Are Quick to See and Appreciate Real Merit in New Medicines . Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are a dis covery of great value to the medical profession and the public. They are an unfailing specific in all cases of dyspepsia and disordered digestion. Almost everybody's digestion is dis ordered more or less, and the com monest thing they do for it is to take some one of the many so-called blood purifiers, which in many cases are merely strong cathartics. Such things are not needed. If the organs are in a clogged condition, they need only a little help and they will right them selves. Cathartics irritate the sensi tive linings of the stomach and bow els and often do more harm than good. Purging is not what is needed. The thing to do is to put the food in condi tion to be readily digested and assim ilated. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do this perfectly. They partly digest what is eaten and give the stomach Just the help it needs. They stimulate the se cretion and excretion of the" digestive fluids and relieve the congested condi tion of the glands and membranes. They put the whole digestive system in condition to do its work. When that is done you need take no more tablets, unless you eat what does not agree with you. Then take one or two tablets, give them needed help and you will have no trouble. Its a common sense medicine and a common sense treatment and it will cure every time. Not only cure the dis ease but cure the cause. Goes about it in a perfectly sensible and scientific way. We have testimonials enough to fill a book, but we don't publish many of them. However Mrs. E. M. Faith, of Byrd's Creek, Wis., says: -I have taken all the Tab lets I got of you and they have done their work well in my case, for I feel like a different person altogether. I don't doubt if I had not got them I should have been at rest by this time." H. E. Willard. Onslow, la., says: "Mr. White of Canton, was teliing me of your Dyspepsia Tablets curing him of Dyspepsia from which he had suffer ed for eight years. As I am a-sufferer myself I wish you to send me a pack age by return mail." Phil Brooks. Detroit. Mich., says: "Your dyspepsia cure has worked won ders in my case. I suffered for years from dyspepsia but am now entirely cured and enjoy life as I never have before. I gladly recommend them. It will cost 50c. to find out just how much Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will help you. Try them that's the best way to decide. All druggists sell them. A little book on stomach diseases will be mailed free by addressing F. A. Stuart Co., Mar shall, Mich. HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill a bottle or common glass with, your water and let it stand twenty four hours; a sediment or settling In dicates on unhealthy condition of the kidneys; if it stains the linen it is evi dence of kidney trouble: too frequent desire to pass it, or Tain In the back is also convincing proof that the kid neys and bladder are out of order. WHAT TO DO. There is comfort in the knowledge so often, expressed that Vf. Kllmera Swamp-Root, -the great, kidney and bladder remedy, fulfills every wish in. curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects in ability to hold water and scalding pain in passing It, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and over comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during th day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraor dinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures cf the mopt distressing cases. If you n?ed a medicine you r.hould have the bctt. Sold by druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizen. You may have a sample bottle of Swamp-Root and a book that tell more about it. both sent absolutely free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y. When writing mention that you read this generous offer Id The Republican. The Model Grocery. . , Always ready to serve the people with the best the mar ket affords. Everything new and clean. When In trouble give us a trial. Prompt delivery. Opposite from Adams Hotel BUCKEYE STAGE Leaves . Commercial Corral About 6:30 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. - .....,..-,;-.(-,- i protect ! t YOURSELF ; This Is especially essential to " your welfare while traveling. If.. s If contemplating a trip EAST do not overlook the fact that by ; : taking the Santa Fe you will be : doing so by having avoided needless changes, lay-overs and I exposures. ' ! Our Harvey Eating and Din- ing Car System is second to : none. Try it. 5 Travel via the only line X t operating Its own trains from X Phoenix and the Pacific Coast " .;. to Chicago.- -' ' ' - X Through train leaves Phoenix ; X 6:20 a. tn. (city time) daily. X ! For rates, Pullman space, etc., :- call on or address V !--....-.-...-.-............-....., ,WVYWW GRAN D CAN ON? ;: and return. f1 !.!. Tickets on sale every Tuesday, good 60 X days and stop-overs permitted. V. Leave Phoenix 5:20 a. m.. city X time, arrive at rim of canyon, X 9:30 same evening. 4- : CASTLE CREEK ;' HOT SPRINGS j. and return. $S.9:. Arizona's .-. . only all the year resort. A t" place of beauty and content- X . ment. Hotel accommodation 4- E second to none. Tickets on sale j C every day. .s :-:-::-:-::-H-:x-:w-:-:-:w-:K- C 1. H. JUANDIS, X C General Agent. ' f Southern Pacific Co. (PACIFIC STSTKM.) Commencing January 30, 1901. trains' will leave Maricopa as follows: 3a CO A. M. DAILY NEW ORLEANS express for Tucson, Benson, Demlngr. El Paso. San Antonio, Houston. Xew Orleans. Connecting, at New. Or leans for Cincinnati and Chicago: also for Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. I.CA p. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIX ImsJK for Gila Bend and way stations.: 4,CO P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN J for Tucson and way stations. 9.10 P. M. DAILY PACIFIC EX- I press for Los Angeles, Fresno, Sacramento and Ban Francisco. Con necting at Sacramento and San Fran-' cinco for poiitts In Oregon. Nevada and Utah. T. H. GOODMAN. Gen. Pass. Art. . Garden Citv joys the best standing with at spot cash price and gives the best 23 cent meal. Private rooms for families. Tickets, $4.50. Single Meals, 25 cents. TUCK, HING St CO. 22-24 E. Wash. St.. East of Jacobs Co. I THE HOFFMAN The bowling Alley it cool, the Beer 11 from cold storage and la ANEZUSES - BUBOH. tgiEgTsgT5iri8magisgggKgi5iagisBig The HIBSCBFKLD A PERKINS . Proprietors . Imported ind Domestic Wises, I iniinr and VAvtti . B! Phoenix Arlsona jaSdLiidaaSBBaLiislti'aliriri