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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, - JANUARY 20, -1902. Saddles and Harness THE FTTE BUSINESS (great Clo sing Out Sale It Is Becoming a Thriving Industry in This Valley. IP 4M; Bin.vwrafc mi m- m 1 Iff Iff mm Boys', Ladies' and Gents' Saddles, Plain and Hand Carved. Light, Single and Double, Heavy Single and Team Harness EZRA W. THAYER 124-126 East Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Street- flheB osto tore If the rate of increase in the business of catching coyotes is maintained long enough, in the course of time It will he come the leading-- Industry of the val ley. It is already in such a thriving condition as to lead to a suspicion that a coyote farm has been established somewhere in the county for the pur pose of raising scalps for the board of suprrvlsors at $1 a head, the price fixed by law. Within less than a week holders of more than sixty scalps hav come before Justice Kurnett alone to ti.:ike the affidavit regarding them re quired by law. They were perhaps only a small number of the scalps brought to town. According to the affl tlovits, the animals were all killed within forty mils of Phoenix and many of them within less than twenty-five miles. l.'ntll this season the coyote for sev eral years has been a rare bird, even on the desert surrounding the culti vated ortions of the valley. Why he should become so prevalent ail at once is past understanding. A great many wildcat skins arc? also coming In. They, too. represent $1 apiece of the public funds. Along with them come many red fox skins. There is no bounty on luxes, but the skin is worth something, and then they are taken In the regular cocrse of business cf hunting for coy oies, so that no time is Tost. MORALES' LAPSE Headquarters for Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes It Came of a Thirst Inspired the Night Before. il tea The B We carry a full line of the Celebrated W. L. Douglass Shoes in Vici Kid, Box Calf, Velour, and Patent Kid and Calf. Also a full line of C. P. Ford's High -Grade Ladies' Shoes in Dongola, Vici, Kid, Box Calf, Ideal Kid and Enamel Calf, in Military, Cu ban and French Heels. Special For This Week TM Morales, a citizen of Tucson, who flsjms that until yesterday morning h? had lend a blameless lif arrived in F-hoenfx on the morning of January 4. a Friday. H? had lived in Tucson Just th!rteon years and when he Kot off the t -!.in at the Maricopa & Phoenix depot he hod just J13 in his pocket. This com blrhtl:in of Fridays and thlrteens was enough to h'xdoo a better and stronger man than Morales. That night he met a man he knew. Th.'.v began to pledjje e'ich ether's health in many merry bowls, so many that wh-n Morales re-cr?:-.-d cons-i ijusness yesterday morn ing h- had only a nickel left. Hi- remembered with longing the tirinls lie had the nisht before. He would have given his right arm for half of them, but right arms are not nego tiable at any of the saloons of Phoenix. Xioral-s. though, was determined to have a drink at any cost so that it did not have D be paid for in cash. He I t I t turning that nick -l over trying to mr.ke himself blieve that it was a O.liar. He realized, thc.ugn. that If he could succeed in bringing himself into that state of mind he would still have a harder task befor? him in similarly r.ypn'.tizlnu a bartender. The nickel iistlf was worthless: it would buy rothlng more than a t'lass of beer, and beer is not far-reaching enough for one who has a peculiarly vivid recollection of tho night before. Ir the course of his meditations Morals-9 came to the Bohemian wine saloon and entered. While the bar tender. Paul Scholtzky. was not watch irv Morales slipped a bottle of win? Int" his pocket: he figured that a man with that kind of a name would be so v elghed down with it that he could not pay close attention to everything that was going on around him. As he was going out, Scholtzky saw the bottle Ladies' Vici Kid Shoe, Welt, Exten sion Sole, Military Heel, Stock Tip, English Last, Coin Toe', well worth $3.50. We Lead in This Week Only $2.15 IjHigh-CIass os to mi More sovereign. King George's Idea Is IJiat ' has thus expressed. 'princes must r trive to be superior in I King George art Greece completed his fifty-sixth year on December 24. "Mr strength is In the love of :jiy people," were the worjn he used when he went ! those around "him," and he has uu- ! Bwim when society throws them over to his adopt id country to f become it3 doubteuly llvod up to the sentiments he t board. intellect, knowledge end goodness : to It's funny that people are not In the and have beonme riUcouraped as to tocwry Cancers and Tumors Cured Dr. Hibbard ORADXTATB or HarvftM Medi cal Cckejre. ex- ion Examiner, and Leading- Specialist in enronic ana aiuicuit cases. Hlood, Skin, Kidney, Urinary, Bladder, Private and Btxntl diseases. Seminal Woakan with exhausted vitality permanently eunvi. Can cers and external growths removed with out the knife or severe mttnr ires. The reason of Dr. Hibbard's remarkable success is due to his long experience and exceptional ability in treating complicated ard intricate diseases, flace your case in his r ands ai.d be dealt with honestly and scientifically. Re member he devotes his entire tS me ana study to chronic diseases. If possible Always be Bxamined by an Expert ' If unable to call write I reel y and confident.iajly. Many cases' iield to home treatment. Kef-yrences: AJ1 the lank a, and prominent bu.lnees men of the city. Consultation, in person or by letter,, free. Hours : 10 to 12, 1 to Z, and to 7. Office and Laboratory, 26-xh 8. 8exud Avenue, Hib bard building, FuoftAiXYArUonat remcmucr mucn can be done by specia1 scientific up-to- ia to treatment, and this applies with noublp force in the ' Sail Kiver Valley. It will cost you nothings to consult Dr. Hibbard, and if you are curable you will be tola so. If incurable you will not be ecived. Save you any chronic di3a-seP If so, yom-annm possibly be cured by sell experimenting or by doctors who do not understand your case. Many a man although 'able to be bcnt is serlooFly handicapped by some obstinat ailment, and is therefore unfitted for plea set rt or business. Tnose who suffer from chronic Hfea?es f the Throat, Lnnart, H-rt, Stom-ich or Genito TJrinaxy Orsrans, from piles, fisit ula, rheiiuiAti-i(i. neiiraltTK- nw nervous afft'c tions should 'itlnrnt delav se Dr. Hibbard. To ali sufferer from malniUs of the nbove nature we ofTcr the best treatn ent, the newest remedies and tie most rntirvml and complete methods. If curable. Science, Skill and Experience will ensure- your ronovery. Thousands ot comparatively young men have become prermturely broken down by phyai -cal weaknMi. Such ca- can be cured. The genera1, practioner, however, utterly falls. He lacks concentration of faculties and can not accomplish whnt the trained, educated srx-cialist docs. Blood pnisoninsr with t-yphilittic conditions, bringing wim inem all that is dest-uctive to the human system, can be speedily cured and -without injurou drups. Our method 1 tbnt of the best Euro pean specialists and beneficial results are hceu in a few days. Den t fool with electric blts or treatment by innipie trial packages. We treat each caw by itself and uot bv a job lot system. Home treatment ran? be had in fome cases althouvh it isKCOraUy desirable to have at leas' a single interview When you cannot, everydeb.11 will be carefully looked into. All medicines sent according to directions. witootethe DR HIBBARD removes external growths by local mediation. His method is sate, sure and successful. Nud;- roiis testimonials and recimeni removed enn be seen ml office. The dtx-tor make a upeclnlty of chritniv dineases and removal of nbuormnl growths. The knife Is a -failure in a liuge pt r cent of cases. Dr. Hibbard's method is suc css. Hi system is rational and scientific. Thousands die annually in the I'nitnl ritntcv because physiciansas a ruledo not upierstRnd the disease. They call it uncurable and if they io anything they resort to the knife. There is at remedy, a treatment without severe measure? yT 5PECIAIXT V jfjT a Chronic if Dl5EA3S. If COMSULTtNQ PrtY&lClAN. fj succeasFut. n.utPR.nn reuabu. il V caouat or SJ VI AJVAaO MEDICAL COLLCCE 5l ONE O THE BE3T Jy IN THE and a method whereby Cancer can be curd anl with little pin and complete safety. Do not bs deceived, if you hve a growth nn matt r bow small whether painless or not. It is suspicious and should be immediately removed beiore it is too late. Judgre the doctor by the cures )ie male. The ordinary doctor tries to do too much. He scatters bis faculties and becomes proficient in no particular branch. I-ike a jack of all trsdes he is master t .none. The skill, experience and scientifl 'ability of Dr. Hibbard are unquestioned, besides he do1 s by others as he would like to be done by. Consultation free. Call or address Hibbard building, 28Houth Second Aveaue. Phoenix, Arizona. Hours 1G-12 1-8 6-7. rocenes.. FREEJ , IMPORTED Japanese napkins- T0;ALL CHUfKHjlJPPERS SOCIETY "oiHHERS FOR WHICH SEAL BRAND COFFEE- - THE FINE5T.CR0WN- IS PUKCHASEDJ TOR SALE h'il The Wakelin Grocer Company Terns t AT Owing to thedepression of business in Phoenix the last six months, we have decided to go out of business, and will sell our entire stock of Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, Fancy Goods, Ready-to-Wear Goods, and Fixtures . ... . . . ... . . . REGARDLESS OF COST and must be. sold within the next 30 days. Now is the time to get good bar gains. Come early while stock is complete. We do not attempt to give prices here, but the prices will talk for themselves. In addition to the above we are giving away: a beautiful Parlor Set. THE BERLIN, WASHINGTON ST. NEAR CENTER i nd held him and at the same time ft lied Officer Russell. w;io w as passinjr. ATier a weak dentul. Morales admitted the theft and said it was the first dis honest act he had ever committed. Iater in the day he pleaded jruilty in Justice Curnett's court and was fined 5-V, enough to buy four cases of thi j Und of wine he had stolen. He Is now ; t .king the drink cure at the county ;il. PASTORS AND LIQUOR TRAFFIC. A GltOWIXO INDUSTRY. The Standard Iron Works, which for many years has boon one of the best foundries and machine shops in the southwest, is growing in business, and importance as an employer of skilled labor. Moses Hughes, the proprietor, is constantly adding to the plant, and is now prepared to handle all classes of custom. He is a believer in the use of rinter's ink. as will be noted by his advertisement on another page. Auction. Thursday. Jan. 3ft. at 10 a. m.. at 1020 North Center street. The entire contents of the home of R. Allyn Iewis. Hammond, auctioneer. Go to Mrs. Mosher's ladies" tailoring and dressmaking parlors for satisfac tory work. All assistants flrst-class. Accordion pleating, knife pleating and buttons a specialty. Opera house building. Mermaid Washing Powder coupons in each package. Presents free. Good things to eat, served In the best style in our pretty private dining rooms upstairs. The Coffee Al Restaurant Co. NEW BOOK OF STORIES. WESTERN Have you read "A Colorado. Colonel and Other Sketches?" It is the best new book of western stories, and was written by an Arizona man, Mr. W. C. ampbell of Prescott. It contains over 4tH) pages, is bound In cloth, illustrated, and retails at $1.50. Ask your news dealer for It. You can find just what you want for presents at The Curio. Have a lock. mmm jsm jp js jajwssgaMsg PCs 1 Dr. W. H. Battln has just moved into his new quarters at No. 17 South Sec ond street. The pastors of Mount Sterling, rec ognising that the best thing to do in regard to the sale of liquors is to close ly regulate it, met and passed resolu tions declaring in favor of a movement to bettor regulate the liquor traffic and urging th&t the number of sa loons be lessened by increasing the li cense fee and by rigidly enforcing the law in regard to keeping orderly hous es, proper hours and Sunday closing. Winchester fK Iemocrnt. OUR LINE OF WOOLENS FOR SPRING, 1902 f 1 1 UK 1 m u 1 u'- 11 a We take pleasure in announcing that our spring and summer goods will soon be here. By the advantageous placing of large and early contracts for spring goods from the best woolen houses in America, we are in a position to give every price advantage possible. We do fo by paying cash and discount ing bills. Thanking our customers and the pub lic for past favors, and assuring you of our continued efforts to accord you absolute satisfaction in all dealings, as we have done heretofore. Special attention given to ladies' costumes. THE FASHIONABLE TAILOR 43 WEST WASHINGTON ST. Established 1SS9. Telephone 29S5. NICHOLSON A. J. BRADLEY UNDERTAKER AND EIMBALMER -" IADY CMULMEI Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend ladles and Children. ' -Telephone 841 216 W. Washington St., Phoenix When you want a... Strictly High Grade Vehicle Buy one made by the "Columbus Buggy Co. and you will be satisfied. We carry a full fine of medium grade also. Harness to suit. Lawrence & Clarke Vehicle Co. Dainty Dress Fabrics i Direct from our New York office have come several cases of the latest, most up-to-date Wash Fabrics imaginable. As usual we intend to lead in showing high class summer dress goods, and if you would like to wear goods that are in constant demand in all the fashionable centers of America you must necessarily come here. All the dainty, "chic" . novelties of the season are here and now is a good time to buy, while the assortment is complete. As usual we guar antee satisfaction or money back. If you intend to be up-to-date this season buy your dress goods here. " TTi E BEST ALWAYS'