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TELE -ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MODNINQ JULY 14, 1903.
A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Sharpies Tubular Separator If you know a good tiling when 3-011 see it, . Just take the short trip down to Thayer's; He has something there well worth one's notice, Which'll lighten all dairymen's cares; He will prove to you all of it's merits 1 And show its construction and use; 1 It'll not only lessen the labor, ''.. But call forth no word of excuse ; For the price or for poor appearance, i I am sure that no one could complain ; 1 ! It does not collapse with short usage, - - I But stands much amount of hard strain. KILLED AN EAGLE Billy Moore Tells or Conditions in the 1 Reno Country. EZRA W. THAYER 124-126 East Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Street KKMKMBER THE WHITE HOUSE IN FRONT. . F.nnir Deputy Sheriff Rilly Moore, who has been ill f.ir u few day?, the ic.vult of constant . attendance on his invalid father- anil lona of slee;, was out the street yeUerduy for tt ' first - liim- since br.nglng hi father down from the rum-h in the Keno coun try. He says his father, who l. puffer intf of dropsy, isfalro tmrr.jvlni nicely and will be out soon. Not lone ago Mr. Moore killed a guld en eagle that he now believes has been living on roast pig and apple sauce at his expense for Home time, though he don't know where the bird got the ap ple pauce. Rut about the pig he has more definite information. H had been " noticing for some time that the pig population on his ran'.-h was grow ing constantly smaller, and as Hi El- dred was In California and Jake Miller busy in Phoenix he could not account for it except by laying it to the coyote3. One day he heard a squeal of terror and grabbing up his gun took to the fwhie lot, where he saw bre'r eagle tearing a Juicy pig limb from limb. A ballet laid the national bird low and the measurement from tip to tip was nine feet three inches. Speaking of range. o:iditio:s, Mr. Moore says that the cattle range in hi Faction is in fine condition fur Fumnier. but he is beginning to worry a little for the reason that the water notes have lately been drying uj very fat ai.d th; country U now as dry as it was any time last year. Whatever petition:-. h will offer to the throne of grace at this Ihne will therefore include a r.iin clause, and he say. the government can't build the Tonto dam a minute too soon to 3uit hiin. for it wiil only be a few miles from his place to the artili cial lake and he proposes to sign up every acre of cows he has for iriiga-tiun. A BUCKEYE KILLING Fatal Quarrel Yesterday Between Harry Ingram and a Mexican. There was a killing at Ruckeye yes terday afternoon, the particulars of which have net yet reached the city. It is only known that Harry Ingram. a ranch hand, shot and killed a Mexi can, whose name is not known .here. Word of the killing was received at the office of the sheriff last night from Deputy Sheriff John Roberts at Ruck eye, who said that Ingram had sur rendered himself to him. He wifl be given n preliminary hearing Wfore Justice Keeney of Huckeye precinct to day. If he Is held to the grand jury he will probably be brought In tonight. It Is understood that the killing was the result of .1 sudden quarrel and that it occurred at the station. ' . Ingram is well known throughout the county. He has lived In the Ruckeye countrv for a long time and was in the employ of Mr. Iang. the ranchman. o A perfect city ideal, restful. That is Coronado Tent City. A city of tents, where you car. pass a pleasjnt vaca tion. Coronado Tent City Good enough for royalty and cheap enough for or dinary folks. ' 175.10 Baltimore and return,' via Southern Pacific and connections, July 14th and 15th only; return limit July 25th, with privilege of extension to July St'th. City ticket office 22 North Center street. Phoenix. M. O. Rick nell, C P. A. Ranchers, Miners, Prospectors and Everyone in Town and County , Will save money when buying GROCERIES AT FRANK GRIEBEL'S 218-220 W. Washington St. Phone 431. CROMBIE'S COUGH CURE CURES EVERY KIND OF COUGH. a Second Week of Phenomenally low Prices on High-Grade Merchandise at the Great JUL WW en's and Boys' Clothing Only the Best Goods From the Best Makers. 25 Per Cent Discount. Be Your Own Salesman. Men's and Boys' Furnish ings. We Can supply your Every Want. 25 Per Cent Discount. The Largest Stock in Town. N O TI C B Delays are Dangerous. If you want to make your money go a-long way you better H U R R Y. Men's and Boys' Mats. Embracing All the New Blocks and Shades in Fur. 25 Per Cent Discount Sfafson Hats 10 Per Cent Only. Men's and Bovs' Shoes. Our Shoes are Noted for Style, Comfort and Wear. 25 Per Cent Discount. Banister and Hanan Shoes Are in this Sale. 39 All Straw Hats Half Price. GOLD The Exclusive Outfitters for Men and Boys. Trunks and Valises 25 Per Cent Discount. i jTZji s-r sryr st' v-r? r rr 4 1 r rr ia r ' sts st v?" st- sr -r r- r- -- , . 1 mmwmmnmmmnmwnnm I Tailoring Was the L! First Business in v. Whfn A1ain init on his fit nducemen ts OFFERED WEEK. CHECKED NAINSOOK Large and small checks, regular price 10c a ac yard. Special price per yard Il2t EMBROIDERED LINEN SWISS Assorted colors, regular price I 2c 22l2z. Special price per yard I U 3 1 WHITE DOTTED SWISS Small or large' dots, always sold for 25c I Qr a yard. Special price per yard A Rare Silk Bargain. FIGURED PONGEE SILK In neat patterns, worth $1.25 a yard. fJOr Special price per yard Uul MMlgMMWiMmiW II 4 1 1 11.111 2,000 YARDS TORCHON LACE From 1 to 5 inches wide, worth from C r 7 to i2c a yard. Special price per yard, choice........ Jt LADIES' LISLE THREAD HOSE Open work ankles, regular price I Q r 25c a pair. Special price per pair 1 J t MEN'S MADRAS PAJAMAS In neat stripes, fast colors, worth C i f $1.50 a suit. Special price per suit I .UU COOL SUMMER NIGHT GOWNS With collars, made of fine Nain- Cr sook, worth 90c. Special price each U J L LADIES' BLACK IMPORTED LISLE THREAD HOSE Elegant r goods, well worth 75c a pair. Special price T" J L GENTLEMEN'S NET OPENWORK SHIRTS-In elegant colors, OCr worth 50c. Special price each 0 J j 1 1 j irst fig teaf t tho ineit's .rlut hintr husin-fs was .liorn. X The 'runt reaily-iul.-- carniput was a flff ltaf. Men who don't can? alKut t h iir appearand still buy ready-made lothf-s, .many of whUh'are not httter than fig leaves. If you want to be dressed up-to-date have your clothes made to order by Nicholson the Tailor. You tret the finest of up-to-date selections both in styles. fit and workmanship than in any of the larger" cities. Keep an eye out for our fall novelties. THI K0ST0N' STO y REo NICHOLSON s: The Artistic Tailor and Cutter 41 Wt Waihlnton St. How's You's Liver? i- 1 VEHICLES OF ALL STYLES. LARGE ASSORTMENT TO CHOOSE FROM. CLARK-PRATT VEHICLE COMPANY GLAND0L0ID Corrects; Torpidity of the Liver antl therefore throws off the excess bile. It puri- fies, the blood too. If you take Glandoloid you get it at BEAR'S DRUG STORE Opposite City Hall. Large Bottles $1.-6 for $5. $4 His We're going to give the men a chance this week to buy the good kind of summer wearables at prices asked elsewhere for "cheap" goods. We don't handle "chean,f oods but we'll sell you good furnishings as cheap as you have ever bought them.' I - Underwear All trie underwear now CO" All $1.00 underwear now tc All $l..r. underwear now Src All Jl.f.O underwear now $l.oo All $1.7r underwear now $1.2." All $2.00 unJ-'i-wear new $1.45 All $2.f.O underwear now $1.93 Shirts A splendid assortment to choose from all rizes: Any $1.2' shirt fcr 9jc Any $l.r) shirt for $1.13 Any $1.7.r shirt for ....$1.30 Any $2.10 shirt f.r V. -'Si.r.O Any $2.r.o shirt for $i so Any $3.r.t shirt for J2.C5 Uon't miss this sale i' you need any kind of a summer shirt. We have all the good kinds. I2c Collars for 5c. There's about fifty dozen collars -'here that are sold everywhere at 12'ic each. They're the regular Corlias-Ccon all linen goods and w? have- all sizes. Pick th?in out this week for 5c each. "THE BEST ALWAYS' Send us your mail orders. "We are prompt. I V