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THIS ARIZONA RSPUBLICAN: SU.TSI DAY MORNING, JANUARY 2fi, 1902.
V By j.-v man Is a fool to lie awake nights to hear himself snore. Iiut he Isn't any worse than the man that buys a shoe with a paper or composition Innersole. ami a patent imitation leather counter, when he can buy of us an all solid leather shoe at the same price. ijsl.-'iO buys that kind of shoe here. THAT'S RIGHT. Wilson & The Reputation of a stare, like that of a man. Is no small part of Its capital. Honesty Is an asset which we believe our customers appreci ate at Its full value. Our prescription work Is the . best that science, experience and money can produce. T. P Hudson PrsoHptlon Ftiartnaey No. lul Washington street. Particular Ladies are particular about their pictures and frame?, as well as what they wear. If it's "pictures" and pretty frames . they have a taste for, they want these to be artistic, appropriate and the moulding of the newest pattern. Our Picture Frames possess all these qualities. We know they are "artistic," because that's the only work we do. "Appropriate," be cause our patrons tell us so. The "newest" mouldings are the moulding we sell. only ALKE' Adams Street, Opposite Postoffice. Clean Up Sales AT Davidson's Cash Store Our store is far from In order with tearing out walls and enlarging store, but we are doing business Just the same at the same old wide-awake, up-to-date, low prices that has brought us so many pleased customers. This week's prices will Interest you: Air Tight Sheet Iron Heaters 2.40 to 10.4a Big Whisk Brooms, worth 40c, for 23c Class Cake Stand, a beauty for 23c Big Patent Towel or Clothes Racks 25c Oil-Cloth, all colors; worth 25c. 15c yd No. 7 Tin Wash Boilers; worth 90c. .49c Wash Boards 25c Genuine Blue Seal Vaseline; worth 10c, only 5c 8 Sheets (4 double sheets) Sticky Fly Paper 10e A Oood Fiber Door Mat 95c A Good 11-inch Turkey Feather Duster 25c Tin Dish Pans 25c Horse Brushes, leather back 25c Checker Boards 25c Picture Frames 10x12 Inches 25c Jardeniers worth 40c. only 25c ;' Wall Mirrors. 7Vix3 inch 25c Moore's Merit Steel Ranges, asbestos-lined, with high warm ing closet, quick bakers and good ovens $26.00 Don't forget that we have the Ari zona agency for the celebrated Asbeston-lined Flat Irons, 3 in a set. per set $2.50 Single-barrel Shot Guns, Decar- - bonized steel barrels .$6.85 A full line of shelf Hardware, Steel Ttanges. Guns, Cutlery, Tents. Queens wnre. etc.. at prices that are right, con sidering quality. DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Phoenix, Arizona . Mail orders Promptly Filled 114 to 118 West Washington Street, u Telephone 23G, 3 rings. Navajo BlariKets i The Phoenix Stationery and News Co. have a fine assortment of Navajo Blankets, Mexican Zarapes, Mexican Drawn Work and Carved Leather Work, as well as all kinds of Burnt Leather Goods, Orangewood Novelties and everything in the Curio Line. Come in and let us show them to you The and IO-12 West Watbiagts. Street os Wooldridge N ews of tKe Town THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair; cold. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temprtur Departure Depmrttir Since line 1st ol Month Jn. 1,191 MBAM MOUAL 48 AO -frlTS 13 Jlaxinvoni temperature. 57; minimum ti-niperature. ZH. Average relative humidity, 6S per cent. Total precipitation, .11. Character of the day Cloudy. WM. G. BURNS. Section Director. FOR THE BRTCK HOUSE.-Deputy Sheriff A. A. Johns came down from Prescott last night with a patient for the Insane asylum. SPECIAL. MUSIC TONIGHT. In stead of the regular service at the Firft Methodist church tonight a Facred con cert will be given consisting of chorus, nolo, duet, trio and quartette work. F very body welcome. FIRST C'HURCII OF CHRIST. SCI FNTIST Corner of Center and Jeffer co nstreets. Services ai 11 a. nt. and 7:30 p. in. Subject: "Love." Sole by Jars. D'Alta Gillmd. Sunday school at 12 m. Wednesday evening services at 7-30. PROBATE COURT. The only mat ter in probate court yesterday was the filing by C. W. Johnstone, guardian of Lnidsle Bermudez, of his final report and account, along with a petition for a discharge. The matter was set for hearing on February 4. CATTLE SHIPMENTS. Two cars of cattle were shipped to Col ton, Cal., last night by Mr. Benton. The more ment of fat stock is now very active. and it keeps the railroad men hustling to furnish equipment for the accommo dation of the cattle shippers. AFTER CrCKS AND GEESE.- Local sportsmen are of the opinion that , the snow in northern Arizona and rain , hi8 nome frorn boyhood. He has been here will bring in large numbers ofj absent from the valley only during his ducks and seese. So strongly prevalent at.nool days In California, later me this idea yesterday that several while a student in the liw de parties went out after this class of I partment of Harvard, and c!ur- fci.thered game. . COt'NTRY CLUE TEA. In spit? of j he served as a captain in the th ; inclem3nt weather yesterday :i First territorial volunteers. He is as large crowd of young people were pres- sociated with Mr. J?rry Millay in the em at the Country club house and en- practice of law. and is one of the mOT joyed a pleasant afternoon. Tea was energetic and ambitious of the youngr served by the Misses Smith and Miss members of the Maricopa county bar. Davie, and though the gathering was THE COYOTE IIl'NT. The much not as large as on some of the bright advertised coyote hunt in the neighbor senshiny Saturdays that have preceded, hood north or Glendale. csme off yes it was equally as much a day of pleas- terday afternoon. The iirst returns ure for those who did venture out. were brought in last night. It cannot WHITE BOYS SCALPED. The Ctackerjack football team of this city went out to the Indian school yesterday and coaxed the little brown lads of the second team out on th campus for a go at football. The white boys were accommodated, 'and were net onlv given a lively game, but ' got their scalps lifted at the rats of 31 to 0. OFF FOR THE MINES. Consider able has been said lately of the White Geld Mining company, recently organ ized, and whose properties are twelve miles from Wickenburg. Iwessrs. J. Elliott Walker. J. W. Waiker. A. -J. Edwards, Ed Eisele. 1!. G. Pecka and The M. H. McNeil Go. STATIONERS, PRIMERS BLANK BOOK MAKERS. School, Office, City and County Supplies. Arizona Red-Line Legal Blanks. Navajo Blankets. Mexican Drawn Work. Newspapers and Magazines. Makers of Rubber Stamps and Seals. 0pp. Court House, Phoenix. Remington Typewriters, Ribbons, Carbons and Papers. Phoenix Stationery News Company J. D. Marlar. all of whom are inter ested, leave today for an Inspection of the property. THE FUNERAL. OF PRI01DFN'T SMITH. The funeral of Mr. Sid ney M. Smith, late president of the M. & V. & S. U. V. railroad, was hold yesterday afternoon at lL:ir( o'clock In San Francisco. The local offices of the company were los..-d from 12 to 2 o'clock in recognition of the sad event. DIED AT NEW RIVER. Mention was made a day or two ago of a, man whose name was then unknown, and who died suddenly at New River sta tion, thirty-five miles north of Rhoe nix. It has been learned than ha died from natural causes, and that hi3 name was Fred 11. Freeman. He was well connected and has relatives living in Trenton, N. J. A ME ET I N G AFTER SEVERAL EARS. A few days ago Mr. i L. fcii'tth, an artist of considerable repu tation, arrived In the city. Mr. Smith is an old friend o Mr. J. Oyer and came to the territory with him more years age than Mr. Dyer now likes to admit. They had previously traveled together through the eastern states and Canada skttchlng. Mr. Smith has since been employed on the leading papers of the country. He will spend some time in the valley making a study of Indian life. A STARTLING I Nt I DEN'fc An in cident occurred at the plant of the Phoenix Light & Power company yes terday forenoon, that made at least one man realize that the old fellow with the scythe Is liable to come at any time and from almost any direc tion. This time it was straight from above. A section of the big smoke stack got tired of its job and struck. I It gave but short notice and came tumbling down through the roof of the i building, striking the floor within two j or three feet of one of the employes I of the company. One of his fellow workers saw the stack toppling just before it fell, and called to the man In side, but he could not hear the warn ing above the noise of the machinery. It is perhaps well that he did not, for he might have jumped the wrong way. THB WEATHER PROPHET. Ue has not yet been vindicated, or at least he had not been at the hour of going to press, but It seemed as if he would be. for be predicted ? cold wave of unusual intensity for to, lay. At 6 o'clock In the evening there was no sign of it. and at 10 the wind was It: the south and it was even warmer than it had been. A little later the wind began to blow from the we;t. and ai midnight It was straight from th-? v. o r r h . It m oa n ed through t re v i ce s i i fenres; it wasn't cold, but t'r.o-e wha had read th prophcy imagine j, they could feel the cold stealing down from the north. At 1 o'clock the;.- were sure of It. and at H they were surer, if ans'thing can be ;rore sur thn sure, in spite of the grammarians who say that such a thing is impossible. At th latest moment though the cold wave had not tome and there v ai no sign of it. except the north win 1, which is sometimes given to blowing hot air. CHRISTY-GREEK. Captain "org D. Christy and Miss lfe!?n Creer wer married last night at 8 o'clock at the residence of the bride's parents In the western part of the city. Rev. Dr. Mc Afee officiated, and only the immediate relatives of the ' contracting parties were present, the Incident being quiet ly arranged without ostentation or dis play. The bride is a most estimable young lady, well known In the young people's social circle of the city and has lived here for some years. The groom is also well and favorably nown jn phoenix having made this ing the Spanish-American war. when be said that they were vague or indefi nite, but that they were contradictory. The number of coyotes killed range from twenty to 200. and it was said that there was a great mortality among the dogs. A good many jack rabbits were caught in the wash. TheVoyotes were driven together by an ever-lessening circle of horsemen, and when enough of them were gotten into a compact body the slaughter is said to have commenced. After everything in sight had been killed, the clogs were sent in to see what had been over looked. It was then that the real fun of the day began, and it was at this period that the mortality began to set in among the dogs. One man said that Pays Yoti to Buy the Best Hats Pays You to Buy the Latest Styles We show you both Style and Quality JMcDOUGALL &.COI Eicluslte Haberdashers It fit Tlnor in Santa Fa Cv. flffieA 4 ij J. TOUR MONET BACK IF TOU T WANT IT. H- -r4-Hr-H- HWI I l it A New DesJ Seedless Grape Frviit We are exclusive handlers of this now famous fruit, nhso Illtely Feetlleps. from E tn IT, rents earn, nccortlins to size. Brown's Horse Rylish R-oot The pure a! tlrle, gi own and manufactured near Preseott, by J. H. Brown & Son. We have the exclusive agency. FRENCH CHEESES Regular exclusive shipments. Neufrkatel German Breakfast Seera. Camembert and Fro maRe, He Brie, parked In fancy tin foil packages, 10 rents up. R.edondo Ca.rna.tion. Violets. Roses Smilax Tresh Every Dly Beauti ful and Fragrant I I J SPECIAL lOc will buy I ('an Oyster?. 1 fan Murtard Sar-'Inr-s. (I'.c 1 Can Columbia Milk. 1 Can Standard Toiiinto -fs, ovnry when1 lso. 1 Can SiMiMlan Corn. Kic every whrro 25c will buy 4 Cans ;o..rl Milk. 4 Ihs. Prui.es. NKW CROP. 5 Bars I.ni'mlry Soap. LAKCK PIZK. 2 PkRTS. A rbm-k!('S CofTe;. $I.OO will buy 17 tVs. Granulated Pupar. 3 His. t'huf-'e & Sanborn's Mcc-hu and Java Coffee best In th- city. Pafford's Cash Store 29 South first Avenue. 'Phone 2555. twenty were slain and missing, and an other from the same region of dis turbance, said that when the hunt was over It seemed as if there were more diK8 than when the chase was begun. It was his opinion that some of the coyotes had disguised themselves in order to avoid extermination. Our nst or residences tor sale and for rent la extensive. The Evans Loan & Investment Co. SANTA FE .MINERAL SPRINGS. The curative properties of the water from the above springs are v.'ell known. I"nder its present management, t H. Girdiestone, Los Angeles, and A. Foote, manager at the springs, a pronounced success is being achieved. Arizona vis itors to the springs are welcomed, and cured for. and the mineral water ir also packed in cases for shipment. Note announcement in another column. Hot merchants lunch served from 11:30 a. m. to 1 p. m. dally at the Hotel Adams bar. She Mr. Niblack is a very skillful &flfcr. Isn't he? He I den't know about that, but h2 certainly i3 a vry fluent golfer. Phila delphia Press. oCocGmobile The standard steam carriage of the world and the best automobile for all lound purposes. It is noiseless, always under perfect -control and la easy to handle. Made by the largest automobile fac tory in the world. Call or send for catalog E.L. Andrews & Son IFREI BUREAU OF INFORMATION FOR STRANGERS AND OTHERS Revised city list of Furn ished Rooms for rent, Furn ished Suites for Housekeep ing, Furnished find Un furnished Houses, City or Country Eoard, and full particulars cheerfully given regarding above, also with reference to Investments and Loans in Phoenix and the Salt River Valley. ornct or Weirick & Latham 47 Hm Center St. 'Phone Second Door South of Hotel Adams IFor Rent l : A Brick House. : t I Four rooms with kitchen I jaud bath, per month ' t IrniQU BUILDING CO., I 3 218 Fleming Block. t 3 VrrtTrTTTTTrtTTrTTT We have some of the! BEST BARGAINS anyone can offer Just now we can offer extra values In 5, 10 30, 40 and 160 acre ranches. j Three exceptionally fine country resi dences, located within two miles of city. FortyAcre Orange Groves at a Bargain Also choice orange lands and groves. We have a number of desirable homes, well located, that we con sell for small cash payments, balance as rent. Two-story, S-room brick house on North First Ave. with modern im provements. Owner will give imme diate possession or will lease property from purchaser for one year for 12 per cent on selling price. We can also offer a 91.000 residence on same terms. We have a largs list to select from and will be pleased to show you what we have. Houses to Rent Money to Loan If you are looking for a good business opening, we can suit you. Spaulding & Rekling 41 West Adams Street Opp. Postoffice TAYLOR & SON REAL ESTATE AND LOANS No. II North first Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona If you want good things to eat go to Hog-He's J Palace Chop House THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adams on North Center Street. Nobby turnouts. Safe and speedy stor. W. L. GEOItGIE, Manager. 50 per cent. 75 per DISCOUNT We have added as a permanent fixture to our store a Bargain Bin, filled with broken lots of shoes, more or less out of style, but of splendid quality. "We have cut the prices as alove. SS.nn Burt and Packard shoes for $1.00. $5.00. $4.00 and $3.00 Women's shoes for $1.25. 3.00 Boys' shoes, 75c. $.50 Misses' shoes, $1.03. Child's shoes, 50c. BIG BARGAINS IN OUR BARGAIN BIX. H. A. DieHl Shoe Co. For 30 Days FOUR-ROOM Located near Street Car and have Hot and Cold Water and Will be sold on very easy First to apply will have of locations. I FRMFST WAI KFR Real Estate and Insurance L vJ I T T rLILI l6 sth sm a. phoenix. ario M. M. S. POULTRY NETTING We have some M. M. S. Poultry Netting to close out at a Bargain HAVE YOU TRIED IT ? Our Turkish Nugant 5Jlt&JFX CanCIV We have Jt aln'aS's on hand, fresh ;:n 1 pure. r 'no'o!"tes cnl Bonbons are of the best, and will please the m-.-t fastidious. We fill Ice Cream ordirs promptly and deliver to all parts of the city. HANNA & MUNSON. the Candy People Cor. Washington St. and Second Ave., Opposite Court House TELL-TALE TEETH If you nesK'it your teeth-you know it: and evervboilv else knows it. because the teeth are so rrominently located that any'lack of care is t.uii kly visible. Good tooth brushes ooFt but little here. We have some that we Buarar.tfo never to shed a bristle. V.'e also have the latest and best tooth preparations; thoFe that polish, whiten and preserve the teeth and cannot harm. Can supply a tooth-saving outfit for very little money. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington and Center Sts. HOTEL MODEST! NEW YORK RESTAURANT Mark Land and Sam Chlngr. Proprietors. New dining room is guar anteed to be the coolest and most comfortable in the city. Firstclass meaUi at all hours. Patroiwaee solicited. 25-27 South r-entei- .tri Ph.nw IIS NORTH CENTER STREET Mohn X Undertakers MRS. H. S. D41IS0V. lady Attendant For' an Appetite As every man knows freshness In Groceries, healthful and nutritious food is the foundation of good health. Our line of Cereals includes the very best of Health Foods, Canned Fruits and Meats are A. No. 1. Our different grades of fine CofTees and Tea can't be excelled. All goods in the line of Family Groceries sold at the lowest market price. FRANK GKHBFL, 21S-20 "W. Washington St.. Tel. 43L You Need Your Eyes WPnwC HEWS ? cent. 80 per cent. I Offer at a Great BRICK COTTAGES R-f, Dalll. terms. choice Rare Bargains c ;i Talbot & Hubbard H. BHISLET. C. A. LARSON. When 5icliness . Comes or accident endangers life or limb, only the best nnd purest medicines should be used. The Brisley Drug Co. is by uni versal consent named tvr the most re liable for furr.tshinR the best dniKS and chemicals and sick room appliances i nd essentials. Prescriptions always filled with ab rolute accuracy. Brisley Drug Co, Open all night. Hotel Adams. K Caiiente, MMru-opa county. HvcrytblDg xee.lent batniiis. ';nte R.iKonftble. TELtf'KOtiE Ti&J5-JZr Easteriing and Embalmers too much to jeopardize them by wear ins the wrong lenses. You may think you have the riprht lenses, yet be wearing glasses that cause your precious eyes untold injury. Much eye trouble is caused by this hap-hazzard, self-tittinj; peddler-buying method of select ins glasses. We thoroughly understand the eye. its defects and its needs are expert in glass fitting, and guarantee satisfaction in every particular. - E