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TH3C ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1902.
The Reputation of a store, Uke that of a man, la no small part of ita capital. Honesty la an asset which we believe our customers appreci ate at Ita full value. .. j . Our prescription work la the best that science, experience and money can -produce. T. P. Hudson prsorlptfon Phirmao Bo. 2 EMt Wuhlngton Street, We Will Pay You The highest cash i price for 9 Indian Baskets, Mexican and Indian Curios, Etc. BALKB'S ARI AND Ct RIO SHOP - West Adams, Opposite Postofflce. DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE GOOD GOODS LOW PRICES Guns and Ammunition r LOW PRICES. Stoves and Ranges LQW(.PJRICES. Gla$s,waxe and Crockery . LOW PRICES. (J Graaiteware-and Tinware ,f i frTPFpiCES. . HaMware '-and Tools LOW PRICES. Lamps and China ' LOW PRICES. Stationery and Notions w: LOy "RICES. Tents'and Wagon Covers' low prices. Cots and Camp Stoves 'J'HJvV I'llTCES."" - Silverware and Cutlery LQWMJRICES. .- ; rafls and'-TeyS- - ' LOW PRICES. Brooms dnd Baskets ' 2 LOW PRICES. barbed "WlrePoultry Netting . and Screen Wire ! LOW PRICES'. - -" Everything -om a darning needle tD a pitrh-forkat DiiyiDSON'S CASH STORE Pjtixy Arizona Mailorders "' Promptly Filled , 'vaj autuuiK until 3 uu ece ; Davidson's Cash Store. 114 ti- 11 i West ' Washington Street. Telephone 136, a rjngs. YOU WILL MISS IT !f yoii don't send your bundle to u. ,,llrV- theonly laundry id thin neck of the "'Hv .With fttriotlv ii r..t i. ntn.fi.. T'-im !iiipment Your clothes will look bet- 1 mive you more c Ti( .you have them A 1 prorCRs. Domenti for aootl won and i ncji uive you more comfort, tod wear tern put in roue a our nentic or dosm finish. r gootl won and prompt delivery. Arizona Laundry, SEST! Corner Adams and 1 Sta. 391 Phone BBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBSBBSaSSSBaBBSaSSSBBBSBSff News of ? tKe Town THE WEATHER Local Dally Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. 1 Forecast for today Partly cloudy. Data for 24 hours ending 1p.m. yes- ( terday: Temperature Departnra TMpartnn Since tlnoe lit oi Month Jan. 1, 1901 UJ MOBJUL ' S7 S 19 131 Maximum temperature, 68; minimum temperature. 46. Average relative humidity, 40 pel- cent. Total precipitation, 0. Character of the day Cloudy. D. S. LANDIS, Observer. LICENSED TO WED. Marriage li censes were issued yesterday to George J. Trowbridge and Minnie Fiscal, and to Andrew L, Brawley and Freda B Hord. LEFT LAST NIGHT. H. I. Weth- erell and Otto Geisenhofer left la.-t night for their homes in Bisbee. having worked the Shriners camel out to a frazzle. AN INSANE ACQUISITION. Sher iff Frank Murphy of Pima county came in from Tucson yesterday morn ing with a crazy Mexican, who had been committed to the insane asylum. CANDIDATES MAY APPLY. Girls and boys over 15 years of age wishing to enter the medal contest to be given In March under the auspices of the W. C. T. t may submit their names to Mrs. Church Berryman. TO ENTERTAIN TOXIG HT. Thi; Is the date on which the Good Temp lurs will entertain in the parlors of the First Christian church at 8 p. m. A most attractive programme has been arranged, including vocaj and instru mental music, character sketches, rec itations and games. Members of the order will extend a hearty welcome to all who may attend. POLICE COURT. There were three trivial cases in police court yesterday. One drunk, having previously put up a cash bai! of $2. failed to appear, and the bail was forfeited. The charges of drunkenness against two others werj dismissed, it .being shown that they were "eminently" respectable citizens, tax-payers and men who never did it before and -never would do it again. STEALING OSTRICH FEATHERS. This afternoon between the hours of - and "4 o'clock the employes, of the ostrich farm will he engaged in robbing some of ihe finest looking ostriches in the world of their valuable plumage. The plucking will occur at the exhibi tion yards of the company, near t lo west end of the street car line, and the sight v. Ul be a novel one for tourists to witness. THE END OF A DISPUTE. Among the papers presented for record in the office of the county recorder was a deed from W. C. Foster, clerk of the district court, to Samuel Saigrist to lots 11 and 12 in block 14, of Mont gomery's addition. This property has been owned for a bing time by the grantee, but there wus a dispute be tween him and E. M. Skinner regard ing the title. It was lately fought out in the district court, and the deed was ordered. TS HERE TO ST A Y. Joh n W. Hagerlund. who was formerly president of a banking institution in Sonora, Tex., has been here for about a week with his family and says he has come to stay. He first visited Phoenix last fall and became so impressed with the city and the possibilities of the valley that he decided to make this his home. Returning to Texas, he did not fail to tell his friends of what he had seen here, and as a result he expects that several families from Sonora and vicin ity will locate here in the near future. . RETURN OF GGVEKNOR MUR PHY) Governor Murphy returned to the cRy yesterday morning after an absence of nearly a Meek. He left here lasf " Tuesday evening with General Mar-Arthur and party and accompanied them to Camp Grant, where he re mained one day. He then went to Los Angeles in response to an Invitation to attend a Washington birthday banquet given by the board of trade of that city. The banquet was a very pleasant and patriotic affair. The speeches as well as the menu were of a high order. The H. H. McNeil Co, .STATIONERS, PRINTERS BLANK BOOK MAKERS. School, Office, City and Coouty Supplies. Arizona Red-Line Legal Blanks. Navajo Blankets. Mexican Drawn Work. Newspapers and Magazines. Makers of Rubber Stamps and Seals. Opp. Court House, Phoenix. Remiogton Typewriters, Ribbons, Carbons and Papers. A SNAP One-Third Off on all Burnt Leather Goods THE PHOENIX STATIONERY PHOENIX GOOD ENOUGH. V. H W Infrey of Carbondale, 111., arrived here yesterday morning and expects to make Phoenix his home perma nently. His family will join him here later. He will probably buy a farm near to the city and perhaps enter also into mercantile business of some kind WILL LOCATE NEXT YEAR F H. Mitchell of Hot Springs. Ark., ar rived here yesterday morning, escort ing his mother, who will make her home here. Mr. Mitchell will also re main some time and then return to Hot Springs, close out his business interests and return to Phoenix, accompanied by his brother, when both . will take up their permanent residence here. REBEKAH BALL. The Rebekah ball at the O'Neill hall last night was well attended. notwithstanding the threatening appearance of the weather. There was good niu.Qlc and the spirit of pleasure was most notably present Supper was served in the room in the rear of the dum-ing hall, and the Re- bekahs may credit themselves with an other social success. THE NATIONAL GUARD. In the course of the memorial sermon at the Baptist church last Sunday evening Rev. Dr. Halsey p;iid a tribute to Ari zona s National Guardsmen and spokt of the honor won for the Hag by the volunteers and National Guardsmen of America. Washington wo.i his first laurels as an officer in the militia of Virginia. All but rM of General Tay Icr's little army at Bueua Vista wcr volunteers who had never been in battle. Many of the men of our army in Cuba and in the Philippines who have recently' received medals of homn- for distinguished bravery were young volunteers. D. OF A. R. The Daughters of the American Revolution held their month ly meeting with Mrs. Jerry Millay last iturday. The programme included a happily written sketch of George Washington by Mrs. Bessie V. Cush- man and musical selections by Mrs. Ancil Martin and Miss Mary E. Halsey. The recently elected officers of the so ciety are: Mrs. Harriet A. Hine, re gent: Mrs. Sarah A. Kendrb-k. vice regent; Miss Elizabeth W. Kendrick. secretary; Miss Mary E. Halsey. regis trar: Mrs. Minnie E. Buckley, treas urer; Mrs. Bessie V. "ushman. his torian. Mrs. Henrietta T. Talbot is the territorial regent. PROBATE COURT. In probate court yesterday the bond of Thomas Bowers as administrator of the estate of J. K. Day was approve! and letters were issued to him. Appraisers were appointed. The will of Elizabeth Betsy .ordon was admitted to probate and J. W. Boston was appointed executor without bonds. Notice t j creditors was ordered in the estate of Lena S. Ham mer. The annual report of the admin istrator of the estate of c. V. Shawver was riled and set for hearing on March 13. The final account of the adminls- rator of the estate of O. L. Gibbs was approved and the payment of claim of creditors was dir ected.' Orton Wiley filed a petition for etters of ad ministration on the estate of N. A. Wiley. NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles of he following t orpora lions were filed in the office of the county recorder yesterday; The Automatic Stamping Machine company, capital stock $r0.0i"i, incorporators. G. II . Heene. II. W. Tappe and E. Albright of 'leveland. O. : 'onsolida ted Wireless Telegraph and Telephone company, capital stocks, $::r.000.00t. incorporators. M. Van Hoos kirk. M. M Entee. A. F. Clark. F. W. Ridgeiey and C. E. Collins of Philadel phia; San Nicholas Land and Sugar onipany. apital stoc S.lt,ifOu. In corporators. C. F. Kench. H. c. Lung staff and R. C. Coinesky of Troy. N. Y. : lenevieve 'opper ami Lime com pany, capital stock. $l."WUMin. incorpo rators. J. and F. Morton and W. H. Baker of St. Louis. GETTING INTO COURT. A ase in which principle rather than money must be involved, was brought to the notice of the clerk of the district court yesterday, by the filing of a pe tition for a writ of certiorari. The petitioner Is Klruem k Lopez, a nd the defendant is Gee Kim. itie proprietor of the English Kitchen. The plalntiiT soli! the defendant -a load of wood. about the price of which there does not seem to have been a very definite understanding. After the wood was unloaded the plaintiff, claimed $1 m re for it than the defendant said he had understood he was to pay. The plain tiff was given permission to put thi wood buck on his wagon, and in doing so ; the Chinaman c laimed that th" plaintiff was taking wood that did not belong to him. They' went t- lay about it. and a compromised judgment was rendered. The plaintiff is bent on getting that dollar if he his to carry the case to the supremest court In th ? whole United States. Our nst or reslder-cea for sale and for rent Is extensive. The Evans Loan & Investment Co. 't-m"M"M' i 1 AGENCY I Lamm & Co. Tailors' Suits !$I8 $20 $25 Fit guaranteed. Sec samples. iMcDOUGALL&CO.! t Exclusive Haberdashers Next Door to Santa F Ey. Office YOU'LL RELISH OUR. RELISHES Largest stock of Bulk Pickles, Olives etc.. In Phoenix. Prices are right, too. BULK OLIVES ARIZONA BABY MANZANIL- LAS. 15c PIXT. ARIZONA RIPE, 25c PINT. MAMMOTH IMPORTED QUEEN, 35c PINT. FANCY SPANISH QUEEN OLIVES. 30c PINT. SPANISH MANZANILLA, 25c . PINT. PINOLAS OR DEVILED OLIVES IN GLASS, 2 SIZES. c AND 40c. BULK HIGH GRADE PICKLED GOODS... GERMAN DILL PICKLES, 40c TO 60c DOZEN. IMPORTED SALTER KRAUT, 10c POUND. SOUR GHERKINS, 15c PINT, 25c QUART. SWEET GHERKINS, 20c PINT, 35c QUAltT. SWEET MIXED, 20c PINT, 33c QUART. STUFFED MANGOES, 3 FOR 10c. PICKLED PIGS' FEET, 15c POUND. 2 POUNDS 25c. HONEY COMB TRIPE, lec POUND. PICKLED LAMBS' TONGUE, 25c POUND. Exclusive agency Redondo CARNATIONS. VIOLETS. - SMI LAX. HOUSE PLANTS. FOWLER'S ARIZONA VIO LETS. Emblems and Floral Pieces of every description. L -1 The No. 3 Folding Pocket Kodak is th most popular camera made. It is small enough to fit an ordinary pocket, yet lakes a picture 3L4X4l and of perfect quality. Eastman's cata logue lists this kodak at 17.50. Our Price is $14.00 net. E.L Andrews & Son Sole Agents for Kodaks and Last-nan's Films. WHY cur business Is steadily improving: l!e t ause we have the rtKht price anil can soli (hyaper thtui any store In town. A very small expense enables us to sell at a very small profit. We are selling 17 lbs. Susar iM Hams, regular 15c, ier lb UH'-" 7 lbs. Pink Iloans 25-j Nice large Lemons, per doz 1 can Columbia SI ilk A cans Peerless Milk y lb. Mocha and Java Coffee... Best ever sold for the money. Don't fail to try our Chase & Sanborn's Mocha and Java CofTee (regular 4iie). only Dried Peaches, per lb 3 lbs. Lard 2.V 10 40 .", lbs. Lard 10 lbs. lird 1.3" A ticket with every purchase on our gramophone. Pafford's Cash Store 29 South First Avenue. 'Phone 2555. Walter Hill & Go. Third Ave. and Jackson St. Wholesale Commission.' Merchants Packers and Shippers of Fruit, Produce, Honey, Nuts, Etc. Cash Paid for Eggs See the X. Porter Saddle and Har ness lo. f'jr the best saddles and har ness. First-class mechanics employed, also expert carriage trimmer. Kast Washington street. NOTICE TO HORSEMEN. ISoydcllo Z.H. will make the season of VM)2 at Phoenix race track. This J will be the last opportunity to breed i to the game-grand-son of Electioneer, j the founder of the greatest trotting ' 00 1 'Ufe Walk Over Shoes $3.50 and $4 New Spring Styles. Cannot be equalled for the money Us H. A. Diehl Shoe Co. 8 w Washinton st- The Home Fire and Marine Insurance Company of California has transferred its agency to ns, and it will be our pleas ure to make any endorse ments or other changes that may be desired by the policy holders of this company. We are also agents in Phoenix for eight other of the leading Fire Insurance Companies of the world. For informa tion regarding rales, etc., apply to Weirick & Latham 47 H. Center St. 'tT Second Door South of Hotel Adams 1 For Rent A Brick House. I Four rooms with kitchen t : and bath, per month i j 12.50. ARIZONA BUILDING CO., i I 218 Fleming Block. I TTT TTTTTT T TTT TTTT ' TTTtTfTTTTTTTTfTTTTrt Bargains in Real Estate We have a lare list of citv and coun try property it will pay you to see us before buying. We can sell you an 80-acre alfalfa ranch close to city, with house and water riRht, at $45.00 per acre. 40-acre oranfte grove at a sacrifice owners must sell). Also choice 10 ami iio-acre tracts of improved and unim proved orange land. We have three exceptionally fine country residences within two miles of the city. Choice Building Lots on North First Avenue and Center St. at Half Price We have a number of desirable homes, well located, that we can sell for a small cash payment, balance as rent. If you are looking1 for a business penins we can suit you. e will be pleased to show you what we have. Spaulding & Rehling 41 West Adams Street Opp. Postofflce Don't Trifle With Coughs Kvery cough means tearing down cif tissues and the ac cumulation of waste products in the nyptem. Hie morbid state of the membranes of the air passages invites serious throat and brjim-hial troubles and is the favorite condition for breed ing the germs of consumption. It is serious, don't trifle with it. ami don't waste time and money on ineftlt ient remedies. Syrup of White Pine and Tar cures effectually and as promptly -b an ediei.ent cure can that re moves the cause. Cheapest be cause best. Price, 25 cents. ' GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center Sts. Special Sale of Muslin Underwear Commencing Monday Feb. 24 and ending Saturday evening, March I. Bverything in our line of Muslin Underwear, including a new line just received, will be sold from one-quarter to one-third off its regular prices. Space does not permit to specify the exceptional value of every garment; suffice to say that you can bu- Gowns from 65c and upwards. Chemise from 40c and upwards. Skirts from oOc and upwards. Drawers from '25c and upwards. Come to this store and examine the garments. You will find they are exceptional values and better values for the prices than elsewhere obtainable. GERSON 1 HERZBERG, Props. 8 East Washington Street. Tents and Wag'on Sheets at Talbot Popular Our line of high-grade confections as the public appreciates their merits. We always have pure and fresh sl line assortment of Hiocolat-s, Bonbon?, Marshmallows. etc. We are still making a siwcialty of our unexcelled Turkish Nouget. Whenever you need I-e i're;itn or Sherbet, let us know, .and we will H ANN A " MUNSON, the Candy People Cor. Washington St. and Second Ave., Opposite Court House English Kitchen Restaurant Tom Co. Props. 2B.27 N. Firmt Street. We keep our Kitchen in the cleanest possible condition and all chef cooking Is done by Tom," formerly cook at Hotel Adams and the Sixth Avenue. BEST MEALS IN THE CITY BEST SERVICE WASHINGTON NEAR7CNTER Hubbard's Candies is becoming more popular every dav. What's the .Good of Waiting? until your bicycle Is practically a wre. k before taking it to repairsmen'. At the first sign of weakness here or a break or bend there, bring: your wheel to us. have It put in good shape and so save time, money and worry. All wheelmen who have favored u with their patronage speak well of us. We'd like to add your name to the list. E. M. Depevv & Co. Telephone Uo. 37 North First Ave. H. BRISLET. C. A. LARSON. When SicKness Comes or accident endangers life or limb, only the best and purest medicines should bo used. The Brisley Drug Co. Is by uni versal consent named as the most re liable for furnishing the best drugs and chemicals and sick room appliances rd essentials. Prescriptions always filled with ab rolute accuracy. Brisley Drug Co Open all night. Hotel Adams. Frames That Do Not Fit may do a world of harm to your price less eyes. If the frames set as they should, the eyes receive the full benefit f the lenses. These "little things" that receive such close and painstaking attention from us. are the ones that go to ma ke ou r glasses so well liked. Glasses to fit any eye, any nose, any face, any purse. 35 family in the' world: Including - the Abbott. irSH. and over ZOO with rec ords better than 2:30. Terms '2o for the season. GEO. V.KLOTZBACH. Box 6S1. . , . Manager. AND NEWS CO., 1 V3 10 ant2 West WasJmigtofi St. . 3 WANT IT. 4- 2