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THE ATilZONA RErUKLICAN: 5fONTDAY MORNING, FET1RUARY 17, 1902.
The Reputation of a store, like that of a man, la no small part of Its capital. Honesty Is an amiet which we believe our customer appreci ate at Its full value. Our prescription work Is the best that science, experience and money can produce. T. P. Hudson FrorMptlo Plisnnaa No. 1 Kut Washington street. We Can Show You where you can make money by doing your own BURNT :: LEATHER . :: WORK AR1 AND Cl'RIO STORE Adams Street, Opposite Postoffice. DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE GOOD GOODS LOW PRICES Guns and Ammunition LOW PRICES. Stoves and Ranges LOW PRICES. Glassware and Crockery LOW PRICES. Graniteware and Tinware LOW PRICES. Hardware and Tools ' LOW -PRICES. Lamps and China LOW PRICES. Stationery and Notions LOW PRICES. Tents and Wagon Covers LOW PRICES. Cots and Camp Stoves LOW PRICES. Silverware and Cutlery LOW PRICES. Dolls and Toys LOW PRICES. Brooms and Baskets LOW PRICES. Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting and Screen Wire LOW PRICES. Everything from pitch-fork at a darning needle to DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Phoenix, Arizona -Mail orders Promptly Filled Don't buy anything until you Davidson's Cash Store. 114 to 118 West Washington Street. Telephone 236, 3 rings. ARIZONA LAUNDRY Established March, 1901. With the latest Improved and modern machinery. Employing skilled labor and using the highest grades of starch and soaps; result, we are pleased to say. that we are-doing more work and giving our patrons better work than any laundry in the city. Give us a trial. Domestic or gloss finishes. Yours for good work and prompt delivery, Arizona Laundry, ?SZSSi News of V; the Towrv THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending S p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure Since ,ince lit ol Month Jan. 1,1901 MBAH NORMAL 62 55 29 4111 Maximum temperature, 81; minimum temperature, 44. Average relative humidity. per cent. Total precj 'tation. 0. Character . the day Clear. vVM.CS. BURNS, Section Director. IIAXD CONCERT. Yesterday was another delightful spring day and a large number tt people turned out to enjoy the band concert. FOOTBALL,. The Vhoe-iix 'football team, especially organized against the Indian school to g; up first team on February 2L' at l'hoenix park, is working hard and still claims it will put up a game that will balk the na tives. ROl'ND TP OF KNIGHTS. The Knights Templar will have a general round up at their asylum tonight, on which occasion Hon. L. II. Chalmers will be knighted and the ir.hr of the Knights of Malta will be communi cated.. NERVE OF MOUENCJ TTK'dS News comes from Moronci that lut Tuesday night highwaymen held up a young man. . and failing to rind any valuables on his person proceeded to possess themselves of most of the clothes he was wearing. Tlirc WOMAN' S CLl'n.-Thr weekly meeting of th Woman's club will be held tomorrow afternoon at the resi dence of Mr?. Iwibt n. Hear J. in stead of at Mrs. Oalster's. as hail been announced. The meeting will he ad dressed by Prof. CI. Wharton James A 'ASK OF MA YH KM. Twn Mexi cans, Lorenzo Massa and Gaitano lier wat to, who reside in t Ira ham county, and who have been ran nets in busi Iness. had an altercation a few i:is ng-o starting" in n sun il;iy and ending by Massa almost biting off the nose cf Rfrwf! t to. MasFa was Jailed. WANT A CHAN''IE.-Tho people f Yuma will vote today on th que tjon I of villaffe dfsincorporation. Those who favor disincorporation do ho us a pre liminary to reincorporation of the town of Yuma, on a broader and more com prehensive b;isis. 1 nder t he present covcrnment th- village officers have but f :w pr.wors or privileges. AS i'EHA TT N ON A HIId. Ir. ris performed an operation on a five-year-t.M chill at the Sisters' hos pital on Saturday aft -riuion for what is known amotiK doctors as a resn-tion of the knee. It is a tubercular affection. The child is a granddaughter cf In. J. ( Davids of Victoria. H. . who is said to be the bpst known physician of th? northwest. A Film ALARM. An alarm of fire was turned in about dark last night from box Z. Th. department re sponded, but found on its arrival tint th fire was practically disposed of and there was no need for its services. A gasoline stove in the kitchen of a house on Kflst Monroe street between Fifth and Sixth, occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fletcher had in some manner set fire to the walls of the kitchen. Those first, on the K.no extin guished the fire with buckets anr titn kets. MR. BVIXAKD'S HAM. It has al ready been announced In this news pnper that George Purdy llullard delivered such an excellent oration on the night of the Klk's vaudeville show that a kind .friend in the audience threw a ham at him. Kut that wasn't tII of It. When the show was out Mr. Bullard started home without the ham. havinpr forgotten the incident for the time being. While edging his way' out through the crowd someone sur srested that he ought to go back and e:et the ham, as it was like finding a $11 bill. He finally worked his way back to the stage and secured t he prize, telling his wife he wanted some of it for breakfast. The nest morning the men in 1 who presides over his kitchen knocked on Mr. Pullard's d jor TheH.H. McNeil Co. STATIONERS, PRINTERS BLANK BOOK MAKERS. School, Office, City and Couuty 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 Pcipers. 'A A SNAP One-Third Off on all Burnt Leather Goods THE PHOENIX STATIONERY AND NEWS CO., 10 and 12 West Washington St. 'A and told hini the hain wouldn't tlice, as it was made of sawdust. HI-; CAME TOO LATE. It happens in Phoenix, as In most other health re sorts, that distant relatives ara hur riedly sent for sometimes to administer ccmfrt to invalids in the dying hour. Mr. J. J. Hrady. a business man of Winfield, Kan., arrived in the city yes terday inorninK in r.'soonse tn such a message, lie had a sick brother h.'iv; but Mr. lh-ii.ly arrived too bite. Hi? found his brother on the hiKh r I to recovery. He is KoiliK to Set well. Mr. Hrady does not resret his nee.ll; ss journey. It rhvo him the opportunity of sieins n midsummer day in mid winter. A PI'NDAY PlCXIfV A picnic party of twenty-live or thirty peopl?, enough to fill the two largest wagons In town. drove down to the Indian villages on the Gila river yesterday and took a look at the real American on his na tive heath and in his native squalor. Much improvement has taken place among these Indians, however, during late years, and they are beginning to show the result of the labors of the missionaries who live among them, fioth the Presbyterian and Catholic mission churches are well attended on Sundays, and the Indians have adopted civilized customs almost entirely In matters of dress. Theif farms are quite extensive and there la a good acreage of wheat in evidence. A COMPLICATKl) PRIM K. Sheriff Stout returned yesterday morning from Gila Heiid. where he went to uiak - a further investigation of the cireum- stances of the cattle stealing- cast? for! i which an Indian by tic name of l.ueste. I of the Sacaton reservation, was ar-' rested last week. It was not th'.n known ! from whom the cattle had been stolen.! It was know n that L.uestu had no cattle ; and no means of honestly getting any.; The sh-riff found the owner cf the! crtit! and also unearthed a criminal j combination involving three or four In- j diun. who. alonsr with cattle stealing. have been engaged in importing mescal into this country without the know)- i dge and consent ( f t h. treasury de- ; partment cf the I r it d States. RFrKTTION TO GKNKUA I MA" A KTIl I'll. The board of trade will hold a special meeting thi-. morning :;i 1 o'clock to coinpl.-te arrangements for the entertainment of General Mac Arthur, .Major Varn::ri and f'ayualn ill own. ho will arrive t hi.-; cvcji ing from Prfscait. 'oniiiditM-s will be appointed to drive the gentlemen to places of interest in the valley during' the day and tit prepare for the recep tion to be held tonight at the Hotel Adams in honor of t he visitors. The reception will take place at & o ':. and it is expected that every i iti-'.ei; who can do so. will attend. At least, they are invited to m ;o, ami th re ar; none who would refuse f honor guests who are held in su- h hb:h es teem by the public generally ANOTHER RAILROAD. Williams "Ir'uly has tbre railroads and a fourth is on th tapis. ::iys the News. Last we--k Attorney II. K. Ashnrst il -d with founty Recorder Hibb' n ai tides of im orporat i n (f the Williams & i 'at a ract 'an yon Ra ilrt .ad com pa ny. The articles provide f r th building of a railroad from Williams to t'atarai t c: rtyon. which great scr-nie jxUnt can not be readied at pr -eiit except by v.ngnn. Cataract anyon. while an ad .1nitc of the tlrand canyon, rivals, an 1 i th tught i by some to surpass, the beauties of the parent canyon. In addi tion to the heavy tourist traffic that would result. t!i - benefits that would foil'jw to mining enterprises in that lccality should be talc 'n int. considera tion. A. L. Hall, A. T:. Vt. H. L. Ryrne. N". F. Sauer and h at les Hies are the incorporators, and the amount of subscribed stock is $'J0.oi;n. CONVENTION OF H AS-P.KKNS A convention of the Has- IVens Fire men of the Phoenix department .as held yesterday afternoon.- This is :i large and growing organization. t did not have an extensi v. charier membership, but the t it y council has been driving members into ;;s ranks until now it i. one of t he host I hriv Ing orders in the city. There is no other, except the Kagles. that is grtr -ing: so fa:-t. The Has-Hcens expect to soon fore ahead of th" Young Peo ple's Democrat ie socid y In numbers. The session yesterday afternoon was interrupted by a fire a la rm f rum box 3C. It was none of the HasBoens bus iness, but by force- of habit the medin x v. as adjourned, and the members made a rurh for the engine houo. It was well that they did ro, for the sueces firs of the Has- Pee us were having trouble with the horses which had not yet accustomed themselves to the new reKinie. It was also fortunate that the fire was not much of a conllagrati t.i, and would have burned itself out with out great damage If it had bi en- lei alOiie. Our ns? or restler.es ror at and for rent is extensive. The Evans Loan & Inventment Co. Health Underwear Iook about ainoiiK your v fri.":ids anil note those who are 4. conslanily troubled with colds 4. You'll llnd the majority of -r J them are wearers of woolen un- 4 clersrarments. -j V.tu never heard of an habit- t ual wearer of the . . Deimel Linen-Mesh J Underwear t 5 beh.K trnulileil with colds or X h rheumatism or a'rald of drafts. 4- Have you doulns about it'.' 4 come in and kt us show you T i" what some prominent people 4 "T have to say about it. 4. We have a littl iMiokiet that tells the whole story. 4 4 t .4 ImcDOUGALL t Eiclusiie Haberdashers 5 ? Next Door to Santa Fe By. Office t TOT3 R MONEY BACK IF IOC WANT IT. YOU'LL R.ELISH OUR. RELISHES Largest stock of Bulk Pickles, Olives etc.. In Phoenix. Prices are right, too. BULK OLIVES ARIZONA BAT1Y MANZASIL- LAS. 15c PINT. ARIZONA RIPK. 23c PINT. MAMMOTH IMPORTED Ql'EK.V, S5c PINT. FANCY SPANISH QUEEN OLIVKS, 30c PINT. SPANISH MANZANILLA, 25c PINT. PINOLAS OR DEVILED OLIVES IN GLASS. 2 SIZES, 25c AND 40c. BULK HIGH GRADE HCKLEU GOODS... GERMAN DILL PICKLES. 40c TO GOc DOZEN. IM POUTED SAUER KRAUT, 10c POUND. SOUR C.HERKINS, 15c PINT, 25c QUART. SWEET OllERKlNS, 20c PINT. 3.-.C QUART. SWEET MIXED, 20c PINT, 35c QUART. STUFFED MANGOES, 3 FOR lllc. PICKLED PIGS' FEET, 15c POUND. 2 POUNDS 25c. HONEY COMB TRIPE. 15c POUND. PICKLED LAMBS' TONGUE, 25c POUND. Exclusive agency Reilondo ' CARNATIONS, VIOLETS, SMI LAX. T HOUSE PLANTS. FOWLER'S ARIZONA VIO- LLETS Eml.h every di nis and Floral Pieces of description. WHY our business is steadily improving: IV cause we have th ' right price and can jjell cheaper than any store in town. A wry small expense enables us to sell lit a very small pro tit. We are selling 17 lbs. Sugar. ( Hams, regular 15c, pr IIj.... j 7 lbs. IMnk Beans ..1J'-.- Nice large Li-in.ms. per doss. 1 can Cohimlii i Milk. in.- 4 cans IVerb s .i i k 1 ll. ;.i:ichi it rid J.iva 'ofTce T-- II. -vl e i r s id Tor the money. Don't fail to try our I'hase Sanborn's Mocha and Java ofiVe regi:l:r Atu-i. only ar.c Iiried l' a hes. pi r lb 3 lbs. 11 rd -Joe lbs. Kard 10 lTs. Uird $1.J5 A ticket with every purchase on our gramophone. Pafford's Gash Store 29 Sonlh. First Avenue. 'Phone 2555. Walter Hill & Co. Third Ave. and Jackson St. Wholesale Commission Merchants Packers and Shippers of Fruit, Produce, Honey, Nuts,-Etc. Cash Paid for Eggs The next dy after paintir.c red :i man is apt to feel blue. How would some m-ll jrrt out of thinss if thoy did not s.iy: , "fh. don't believe everything you se? in th-' pnpers:" THE THREE STANDARDS ' COLUMBIA CLEVELAND CRESCENT I Each one is the standard of its class and can be depended on to your money's worth of. satisfaction. Vou can't af-i ford to buy an unkno wn wheel when' the standard makes c;iu be bought so cheap. ' E. L Andrews & Son 2S-30 X. First Ave. TAYLOR & SON REAL ESTATE AND LOANS No. II North first Avenue. Phoenix, AriioM r New Spring Styles. Cannot be equalled for the money 5 - . H. -A. Diefil STin Cn s w- waSKington st. The 1 Homa Fire and Marine Insurance Company of California lias transferred its agency to ns, and it will be our pleas ure to make any endorse ments or oilier changes that may be desired by the policy j holders of this conipanj-. Wc jare also agents in Phoenix j for eight other of the leading iFire Insurance Companies ;of the world. For-iiifoima-!tiou regarding rates, etc., 'apply to jWeirick. & Latham !7'M. Center St. Phone Second Door South of Hotel Adams i jFor Rent I A Brick House. I :Four rooms vith kitchen : :and bath, per month j f ARIZONA BUILDING CO., I j 21S Fleming Block. r argasns so Real states:23 We have a lare list of city and coun try property it will pay you to see uf before buying. We can sell you an so-acre alfalfa ran -It close to cit y, with house and water right, at $t."i.00 per acre. 10-acro orange prove at a sacrifice (owners must sell. Also choice 10 an I lo-acre. tracts of impi oved and unim proved "orange land. i' A"e have three exceptionally fine country residences within two miles of the city. i Choice Building Lots on North First Avenue and Center St. at Half Price . We have a number of desirable located, that we can re!! hoim'S. well for a small rent. ch payment, balance as If you are looking for a business j opening1 we can suit you. We will be pleased to show you what we have. Spaulding & Rekling 41 West Atoms Street Opp. Icstotfica Difficult Prescriptions Ivoscriidinns that call for rare or ut. usual drURs. or whu h re quire very skilled compounding, are a s,eiialty here. i( r tho b:-t service ob tainable. We have eveiy dru or metli i . 1 for which there-is ever r. ny 1 Mil. We carry t flticFt drills that money will ,buy. bur cc. iijounding is sci entillc In evei respect. We' conduct a thoroughly modern !:;irmacy and Jill pre scriptions at the same moderate prices t nut mark our dealings throughout. GOODMW'S PRESCRIPllON PHARMACY Cor. W'Ashiagton & Center Sts. 13,50 (fib, Jf3 A ii I i exits 1 . o to Talbot Candy Is Qttr Specialty V.'e are manufnc turura of high grade candy and everything we use is pure ,-ir.d whoiesome. All the latest novelties in confections are always on hand :ind o::r great endeavor ia to meet all the re'iuiiements of our customers. We also attend to t'ue iio i ieiim-trade and deliver orders to all parts of the i it;.-. HANNA & MUNSON, the Candy People Cor. Washington St. and Second Ave.. Oonosite Court House iE1V YORK RESTAURANT Mark Land and Sjm Ching. Proprietors. New dinlntf room ia guar.' an'.te.1 to be the coolest and most com furtable in the city. Firatclass me&'i at all hours. Patronage solicited. 25-27 Souih Cente" street. Phoemx. v . The California Restaurant MHALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Str-lctlv Ri Ucctilar Dinner on Sunday 3335 Ncrth First Bvsnue' Phoenix, Brlzona HOTEL MODESTI u-. wxin i-LMtrf 5IKLLI Mohti Undertakers DU SOV, L0I AitrndJtnt English i .:: ..... i !9. K MR?. H. S. Kitchen Tom Co. Props. the clean, V'e k?; our Kiirhen rookinsr is drme by "Tom. in j Avenue. j BEST MEALS JN THE CITY From S to SiO GOLD CROVvTnS ... $5.00 - '- BRIDGE WORK, per tooth ........ 5.00 ALL WORK GUARANTEED " R. E. HOLBRQOK, SB THE NEW GAS RANGES - Pattern for 1902. P2I0EKIX LiGHT AND FUEL CO. Kor an Appetite 1 A h every man kro wh f res h ness 1 11 Groceries. ht'althfLil and nutritiouH ; f-od is the foundation of q-ood heu.!t!i. j Our line of cVivrds Includes the very ' bct of Ilc-iilth Foods, Canned Frutta I ai.-J Meats iire A. No. X. Our dltlerent 1 crudes of fine Coffees and Tea can't j be excelled. All goods In the line of Family Groceries eold at the lowest 1 market price. I FRANK GRJtBFL, ?t-on W Wmlilncton St.. Tol. iXt. iniil a man whi:;;? ey: .1 were ex ;d and tound cl'Tjctive when wo cd hhu to l:iy a;-iiie his (dt.ip ston? . .1 end K't us ht liim wiih proper faM GPL iff $y xfe 1 lapses 4 amin I udvf ones. and SKeefs at Hiibbard's i'nllente, Manrooa county. Kverythlug Kxi-.-ll:iit TiaiiOiiir. Raum kanon-bIt. li. li.-U.SLtr. . G.. A. IVI'.SON. - When Sichness . Comes j .ir aia?nt endanger life or liir.b. onl 1'it best and purest medicines should be used. The rjristey Irug Co. is by uni versal consent named as tha most re il ible for furnishing the best drucs and i-heniicals and sick room appliances ud essentials. Prescriptions always fillea with ab rolute accuracy. Brisley Drug Co, Open all night. Hotel Adams. TELEPHOVE 79tjSj!7X? Basterlii-12: and Embalmcrs Restaurant 2B.27 N. First Street. st possible condition and - nil forn.eny cook at Hotel Adams and the Sixth BEST SERVICE for a Set of Teeth Irvine Bloclc, Up t Over Charlx Donofi f . . -cr-1-rTr tW Months latt-r, after trying" many su :: ! i -1 opticians, ho came to us. with the 1 . "'lut'KS i ll take thve lasaos r.ow." A ro-txaminatioo- showed .vision in o::e eye e:ti;cly gime. ull through ntg leci, and no plass will ever restore it-. Teikinfi; chances' with your eyes is downright recklessness. t We 'cfirre-t all opttuul defvX ts; take no chances with ynuryes. ir. l