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THI Foldi.fi is what we want YOU TO KNOW. 8 Cots, Tents, o ariiva AND COMPLETE CAMPING OUTFITS. EZRA W. TfiAYKR 124-126 East Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Street REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE I N FRONT. PRESCRIPTIONS AT RIGHT PRICES. Bear does NOT substitute. That's why we are busy every hour of every day at rug Store, Opposite City Hall. See Bear's in the West Window. AN EVENING OF DELIGHT Spent in Determining' Whether or Not Certain People are Masons. Another Theatrical success In every sense of the word, has been achieved at the Porrls this season. The presenta tion of that most entertaining comedy production, "Are You a Mason?" by Ju lius Calm's talented company last night was an occasion' that reflects most creditably upon everyone con cerned. The management of both the theater and the company Is to be con gratulated and th? member of the au dience s,peut the time between acts congratulating themselves that they were there. There was no time for fe licitation when the curtain was up for there was something doinn " t ry minute and no patron of che playhouse wanted to miss a syllable. The piece itself is delightfully amus ing and the artists In the big company were well cast. Each had an important part to play in . the (unmaking and each knew how to do his work. The story of the play Is the game old tale of deception In social and family af fairs and the interpretation was by seeming- masters (masons) of the busi ness. The audience was one cf the largest of the season, nearly every seat in thi house being taken r.nd there were none who left the building disappointed. On the contrary, they have nothing but words of praise for tne players and the 1 1 iy. o Last summer George Martin's wife left him. Not long ago she returned to his bosom and now his mother-in-law is also here. Atchison Globe. whim's Is to love children, and no home can be completely, happy without them, yet the ordeal through which the ex- nAlflfnnntkrK Pectant mother must pass usually is I VifffHi llllil SO suernig danger and fear 1 jv!iltliU fcat s!l? lhs forward to the critical hour with apprehension and dread. Mother's Friend, by its penetrating and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, and so 'prepares the system for the ordeal-that she passes through the' event safely and with but little suffering, as numbers have testified and said, it is worth its weight in gold." $i.oo per bottle of druggists. Book containing valuable information mailed free. THE BSADriUD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A YOU OUGHT TO SEE THOSE ....FINE DOUGLAS SHOES.... THE" BOSTON ST HE Just received. In all the new shapes, light and heavy soles, lace and congress, in vici kid, velour, box calf, purtain calf i UNION MADE. -Don't forget that we have the best $1.50, $2.G9 $2,50 SHOES In Phoenix for Men and Women. Our seamless boy's and youth's shoes for school wear can't be beat.- Price $1.75 and $2,00. We also have a line at $1.25 and $1.50 in all sizes. .We also carry a full line of C. P. Ford & Co. fine shoes for women at $3.00 55 and $3.50. THE OSTON STOiRE We sell only tie best gro ceries and you save money by buying from us. We deliver your orders very promptly anywhete in town. Getycur GROCERIES AT FRANK GRIEBEL'S 218-220 W. Washington St. Phone 431. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of the district clerk, the probate court and the county re corder Is furnished by the Arizona Ab stract and Title company. The records for yesterday were: RECORDER'S OFFICE. Ji) ir.es R. Thorpe to Buckeye Mining Claim, AfTl labor, unknown district. Aimer Tj. Zander and wife to Joel Iionilurant, mortgage, SE 1-4, Sec. 11, township 1 !?, range 4 W. City Tax Collector to D. II. Burtls, redemption lot 1, block K, University add. John Wlx Thomas to D. II. Hurtis. assignment XW 1-4, Sec. 14, township 1 N, range 1 E. Orrin n. Merrill to Frederick Webb, deed 1-4 int. three mining claims. Aimer P. 54;imler and wife to Jo-1 Bondurant, deed lot S. block 31, Churc hill add. Joel Eond'jrrut ar.d wife to Thoenix Buildi:i? 5: Loan Awn. mortgage loti 8. block 31 Churchill add. Estate Mary B. Ullnian to J. G. Fe terson, Conf. Sale, N. W. 1-4 Sec. 3."i, Township 1 N., Range 5 K. Win. A. GIk-3 and wife tc W. J. Mur Thy, Mortgage. N. 1-2 of S. K. 1-4 and N. 1-2 of S..W. 1-4, Sec. 21, Township 2 N., Range 2 K. W. J. Murphy to J. C. Wasson, As signment. Same as above. J. W. Eastwood and wife to Chicago Home f'v Friendless, Mortgage, K. 1-2 of X. W. 1-4 Sec. 17, Township 1 S.. Range 4 W. - Weseex Company to Luther G. Ken wrrthy t al., ri'l'-se, N. W. 1-4 Sec. 17, Township 1 S., Range 4 W. Mabel Grace find husband to Joseph J. Badella, Mortgage, Lot 21 A'hambra tract. E. E. Pascoe to Sine Brcs., Beleae, 100 tons hay. F. V. Ores, Adm., to A. D. Zander and wife. Release, Lot 8, Block 31 Churchill Addn. II. F. Bryant to National Cash Regis ter company. Mortgage, 1 cash register. - BUSINESS A TEMPERANCE RE FORMER. All the railraods that center in Chi cago have jrohibited the ut:e of li.iuor or tobacco by employees when on duty. Practically all the important railroads now concur in this prohibition. Th WesternElectric company and numer ous other great business firms in the west forbid not only the use of liquor, but of cigarettes and the habit, now grown to an almost incedible extent among all classes of the community, of "playing the races." Business reasons thus make necesssary the control or avoidance of habits against which mor al reasons are too of ten helpless. Prof. Herman Spencer in December Booklovers" Library. Between the Men who have clothing made in our Tailoring' Department and those who wear Sent - Away -To - Order Clothes. Comforts S P?$SnB, K W Have all the ' J- Jf FopuUr and many jff Exclutivo stylos of Home Every man should have an "R & W" House Coat to fully enjoy the comforts of home. It is not only a beautiful garment, but it affords a great deal of pleasure and convenience at a very little outlay. We employ only the most competent workmen, and each piece of work is personally superintended by our cutter, who is a MASTER OF HIS ART. The result is marvelous. Our TAILOR MADE SLITS Arc the talk of the town, and The Envy of our Competitors. , We have the largest and most carefully selected assort ment of woolens in the city, so you cannot fail to find that particular pattern ou desire. First grade trimmings only I are used in these garments. EXCLUSIVE OUTFITTERS FOR. MEN AND BOYS. Dr. HIBBARD Sexual, Blood and Genito urinary Organ Specialist. Urethral Obstructions, Specific Blood Poison Nervous Debility, Contracted Diseases. The above disorders with tlieir terrible effects - cause depression of mind nnd wrecking of iody and rMekinjr of the nervous system. Your liir may le at stake. Why not tret the best of treat ment? If your cyesisrht la oor ro to a. rei.l)br oeulist. If your licarins: is d feetive you TKed a competent aurist. If your teetli aehe call on a greocl dentist. If burning up with a fever or you liave some aeute ilisease ronp'ilt your family physician. They should treat you. not I, for J do not treut such ejlBi-s and they can do hetter by you. If however you have some serious disease in my line in winch your life and health he at stak, it is absolutely necessary for you to con sult one who has expert skill, larpe ex-, perience nnd scientific equipment, in or der to be permanently and successfully cured. Cancer and External Growthi Removed Without the Use of the Knife or Severe Meat nrei and with Complete Safety Dr. Hibhard Hihbard building. 2-2S South Second Ave nue, Phoenix, Arizona. CONSULTATION FREW. Hours 10-12. 1-3. 6-7. A Fine and Complete Stock of Runabouts and All Styles of Carriages and Wagons. Horse Blankets, Winter Lap Robes and Harness CLARR-PRATT VEHICLE CO. LARGEST LINE OF WOOLENS In PHOENIX jai I'm I i ll fTT7i r 1 .-fin mm I mm t'Jt j' . V" Oiir stock of Woolens is larger than ever and emirates all the latest shades ami patterns. Our specialty la Mer chant Tailoring to the most exacting trade and when you are in need of an up to date suit you know you can get it of Nicholson. See our show windows. NICHOLSON, THE ARTISTIC TAILOR AND CUTTER. 45 West Washington Street. No woman's wardrobe is com plete without at least one nice silk petticoat. We are showing some real beau ties this season in a big range of colors and styles. Why not have o?ie for you new gown? or maybe "i-suita. Claus" might bring you one if he knew how much you'd like one. There's only one of a kind here therefore if your silk petticoat comes from here its exclusive. Furs. What is more dressy and at the same time more serviceable than nice fur collar? There is nothing quite like fur as a protection to the throat and every woman should have a fur of somi kind. There'3 a choice new line here that will delight the heart of any woman who likes nice things. The prices are very reasonable and you couldn't make a mistake by giving her one for her Christmas. Pick it o-.-t now and we'll save it for you till you're ready to take it. Mi'i.nftf,Vi SB I ' We have just a few dolls here m i (left from last season) kid bodies bisque heads in fact a very fine 5j kind of doll. They mutt all be sold this week, and if you are thinking of a doll here's your, chance to buy a first class one at a. little price. Tresent prices way below cost. Ask for them. 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