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THE AHIZONA 1 i El UJ 5 LI C AX, SATUKDAY jlOKXING, DECE3II5EK 12, 1003. DUCK LOAD Ye carry in stock the following smokeless powder loads for wild duck fOiootiiiK: 65c box Dupont, Hazard and Infail il U smokeless, soft shot, 4, 5, and 6, loaded to order for us by the Selby factory at yan Francisco, never in stock older than four weeks, and guaranteed the best load sold in the city, except tae following loads: 70c box. A few special loads in 1 and 5 shot, carried for our trade that want something better, at a low price. 80c box. The best prrade of shell that Selby can load, best shell, best wadding, chilied sViot. etc. No. 5 only. 85c box. Our celebrated hand loads. Rest eastern chilled shot in any size, from 4 to 0. best waddinjr.' Pupont or Hazard powder. $3.25 per 100 i;i Lr'., inch shell, J3.40 in 2 inch. We usuallyhave fl. few loaded up, and cati always load them to your order on short notice. Quail loads at same prices as above. If there was anything better, even if it cost twice as much, you may be sure we would have it. PINNEY (SL ROBINSON, THE GUN STORJE. Guns, Bicycles, Cameras. U'"""' Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 fcorth Center Street. Phoenix. The crcdit-plan-srocer will tell you that we sell bid efrjrs5, "that's why they are cheap.' , The man who sells his nords on the credit plan Ioo'xS over the bills that are due him comes, out of the office and talks about "bad eggs" just what l:e means is r.ot cletr, but - You Will Pay for Bad Eggs that were never laid by hens, 1 yo tra de at the Credit Grocery Store. For pre of of this assertion, compare the following prices with thofe you have be-n paying, and see for your.v.df : SIERRA B0NITA RANCH One of the Largest and Most Interest ing in the Territory. Dr. Norton, territorial veterinarian, has returned after spending several days on the round-ups in Cociilse county. He reports that the cattle and horses in that vicinity are in good condition and feed is good though rains would be of great assistance ai it would enable the cattle to go back into the mountains. Ilesponl a day on the famous Sierra Uonita ranch owned by Col. II. C. Hooker, located near AVillcox. This ranch contain'! about ten sections of patented fenced land witii abundance of water and con trols over 4(Mt.OO acres of good range. Col .Hooker had recently gathered off from his range four hundred head of fat high grade Hereford cows that would average nearly 1,000 pounds in weight. This ranch was1 founded by Col. Hooker in 1S72 and he has owned and managed It personally during all these years. Though he is now in his seventy-sixth year he still enjoys driv ing his fast horses, for the do .'tor states that ha drove to Y"ilicox, a distance of twenty-four miles, to meet Let tlie GOLD DUST TWINS do your work " the train in two hours and tan minutes. The Sierra Uonita ranch is one of the most historical in! the southwest, having been owned continuously by the same man for such a long period of time and having been conducted on a large scale since the days when lh- territory was practically ruled by th; Apache except in little places here and there, under the protection of the army posts. , Col. Hooker began his operations in the days when his cattle had to be brought in large numbers overland from the. Texas rungts, years before the locomotive whistle was heard in the land and when the life of -the cow boy necessitated the handy use of the gun, not to be picturesque, but in legi timate s-elf defense and even then the insurance was but partial. In thoe flays Col. Hooker's business was large ly contracting-for the sale of beef to the government, but as the years passed by and the railroad came into the- country his business was trans formed Into that of raising cattle for the markets, east and west, and he was among the first to realize the ad vantages of grading up his herds with thoroughbred stock. EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS The Fate of Them Will be Determined To-day, C lbs. Pure I.-.-af Lard (Nelson 1 1). Can Svhillir.g's or I'ione?r Mollis Prand) 40c. IMkmg l'owd?r -. 4iic. T. lbs. Pure Ioaf Lard (Nelson ; Cans !'..-sr Chipped U 2.r.c. Munis I:'rand) 6f.c. ? '-tns llest Corned P.eef 2,'c. P) T Tun- Lr-.lf Lard (Nelsin 3 lbs. New Urdle 1 Oats .. Morris i'iand) 1.'." 1 Pccknpe Scotch Oats 15c. L:t"K 1 . kasc Schilling's Tea I'.tc. 1 ib. Fiat Cun Salmon Steak 15c. Sn: 'U 1'acr.age Schilling's Tea .'V. 1 lb. Cranberries 10c. Gold Dust makes pots and pans shine like new. i It cuts creasa and dirt and saves one-hall the labor in all cleaning. To be without Don't fail to try our Fresh Mocha and Java Coffee. It's the only Coffee i:i Phoenix that's fresh. It is roasted daily Ankola Mocha and Java will eo,unl any -C.c Coffee s Id in 1'hoonix. It is only CCc. or 0 lbs. for $l.i. Fresh from the roasters. 1 Can p.cst Standard Tomatoes l'V. ! 1 10-lb. r.ox Pest Soda Crackers 70?. 1; lbs. Pure Cane Granulated ."0-lb. Sack Karsas Club Hcuse Flour 1 Can 1 laker's Cocoa Sugir $1.00 (Dillon l':m TV;irI or Pisno t il . . . . SI TiTi . ,. lv. . ... ... . 1 lb. Pest Putter i. !..irs Uiani'Mid C Soap J c. .. . , ,, : j lbs. Pink Ucans i; Pars Vc?l P..rax S-.ap -"'C. j ,-:ln D, vile 1 Ham li P.ais German Family Soa 2."c 1 Cm Pest American Sardines.. 1 Package Fou e !.-.: n lb-. P: st Family Flour 1 Pa. k ii'- Grap-N ;its l..c. . :-' ;cu Apple Cider, 5c. a glass 1 3.'c. Jar f f New Jains -. per gall'.n r, $1.61 .23c. in honreworlr is to do things in the leneest. most round about way. If your tune, temper CI and comfort are worth acy thing, rave them by ; using Gold Dust. ft GEVERAT. rSFS FOR GOLD DCSTt Gj.i.iliKim, .him. .Imhi.a rii.hn. i tlnwaro. pohfthtni? brasawork. rieansin? balls room. pipe. etc.. and mskinic the finest sort soap. g GOLD DUST MAKES HARD WATER SOFT $i.co Prill. Plums N fir Fiat st EVAPORATED FRUIT. is, .ppies. icai nes, rigs. Pe Kgg led Peacln s, Apliiots, lie 1 :r..-. pe.l Plums, IVars, Kiisin. in the Land. , . CANDIES. Ivsrgcn Stock of Fine ''reams, 2"o. per Ib: Cream I r lb.; Stick Candy, Mixed f.-c t , a regular Candy Store and see it Choc Dates Cand Stock a late 2''c. y in Call FLAGSTAFF FOTATOES. NVw York Apples. C, lbs. f r -T,c.. $T.2 barrel. ,alifornia App!-':s. Peli -flcwers n::l l'8 S-r-dlirgf. JJ.HO per b-x. 3sh 8 10 North First Avenue, Phoenix Arizona. I 0 si DAINTY QfJ 1 GIFTS. Vote For the Bonds and remember BalKe's Big Curio Store. and fine selection of genuine Indian BianKets. We are the people for Indian andUcao 3 e s s Gurics iias 3I-33-35 West Adams Street There will be a meeting of the board of r.chool examiners today at which posibly all the papers of the lasL quarterly examination will be ' passed upon. The examination was held the first two days of this week. All til counties fcave been heard from with the exception of Santa Cruz. Gila and Mohave. It is not even certain that examinations were held in them. This is not a very fruitful season of the year for teachers. Most of the schools are already supplied and all of them ought to be. In the ten counties heard from there were only twenty seven applicants. Territorial certificates were issued yesterday as follows, firtt grade: To S. P.. Putterbaugh of Graham county on a life diploma from California; Miss Anna M. Sharp of Apache on a diploma from the Ohio Normal univer sity: P.cnjan in F. Kaiser on a diploma from the state of Kansas. The number of applications for th'j year oxceded that of any other year and the number of teachers " employed in the territory is greater than ever before. There has also been a slight elevation in the standard. More .teach ers too have come in from fie eastern states attracted by the higher wages paid in this territory. HOW'S THIS V. e offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot 1ms cured hy 1 lull's Catarrh Cure. 1". J. C 11 KN K Y A: C ., Props., Toledo, O. We the undersigned. bne known K. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and leliee him perfectly honorable in till business transactions and financially atile to carry out any obligations matlo liv thnir nrm jWest & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To- leoo, c Walding, Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, . Hell's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting direetly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Price. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testi monials free. H!I'b Knmilv Pills nre th best. df l lJ ill ifH We as yet lack much of having a full stock erf shoes, but the ones we have are 1904 Styles, such as you will see in other stores three or four months later. The balance of our stock is either in make or on the road. Our Hosiery stock is due to pass through the Custom House at New York Jan; 5th to 10 th. The domestic hosiery -will be here about the 20th inst WE FIT SHOES. 000G00008000 one CO "Foot Wear Exclusively." Phans Main 274. 27-29 E. Washington Street. ; ' Pjhoenix, A. T. A large and well selected line of fcney stationery, latest styles and tints on display, very suitable. See the East Window. I Elvey & Hulett's, the Live Druggists. WE HAVE A BIG SNAP! THE CLUB STABLES On block r.orth cf Hotel Adams on North Center Street. Nobby turnouts. Safe and speedy stock. W. L. GEORGF & CO.. We Now Have the Largest Payroll of any business or industry in the city. This allows that the people of Phoe nix know and appreciate that we do the finest laundry work and give the promptest service. YOU ARB NEXT. Youi's for good -work and prompt delivery. T Arizona Laundry Co. Phone Mnin 39. Corner Adams end 3d St. Va- AND Uses v TRUNKS Direct from the factory. An Immense stock, in cluiiins every riecfrip. B linn of trunk, suit chsc-, ' valises, traveling bng.-. in 50 acres improved and well watered tract within ! h mile ot Indian School. An investigation will verify what wc say. Two impiovcd 10 acre tracts on Center street.' A good in-J vestment. j Some bargains in city prop-j Allen &wiLS0NiTlie Calif oraia Sesiaaraii 47 NORTH CENTER. Mi Phoenix Trunk Factory. Old trnnkn In cx-hnii(ie. Keys fitted J'hone lied 3!d. i.'o. 4.'5a West Washington Street. "Just as Easy" M1CALS KEKVEI) AT ALT. HOURS: Str-lctlv HIfctCletM. Quick Hcrvlco lSpcclal Dinner on Sunday 35 North First flvenuo . Phoenlrv, XSrlzona - - I . if r M ' For meals that tempt the palate go to J I We serve fresh and daintily cooked meats and poul- $ try and all delicacies the market affords. J 7 tft S .r - -.1 cJ ,M' U COPYRIGHT. I " ; to inck rivr-r tH ov r ml or kor- ( ii- -mill h i ;mit'r in f.ict. I Jut yfn "nlit ti think, too. of tlif? frc dom from lust and !iht-s. the Irnriu'diatt? proihi"' tmn of lit-at. Hip p.utnij of tfinjor of con'; or lioi.s'-lo .-pt-rH. No di'lay--d 1i .i'.ifa.-t h-a juu us' gas. Ask ua iill iibotit it. Phosnix Light & Fuel Co., i:r. l.-t Ave. and J.lur.on. lid. 101 M The American KltcHeti On I'oriH Center Street. EVERYTHING, Tables, Linsn, Dishes, Stores, EVERYTHING New. Now croks here t':io host In the west. My aim will be to conduct the fl'.-anoKt and host restaurant in Arizona. Boxes for families and par ties. I will do all my own pastry work still. I want all my old friends to b-? ut the iiC-v s-tiim1 when I open. Tom. formerly of the Enjjllsh Kitchen has severed all connections with the Enli!--h Kitchen. Open day and night. Chop Suey for dinner. j mbd anu DUUin Oiue Bargains i Merehants. Matention ! t 1G0 Acres 120 acres alfalfa, 40 acres rain, all fenced, and!? five-eighth miles Page, house cost $1,000. Barns, ! orchard and shade. Model ranch. Good well and'farm implements. 22 shares old Utah, yz share High. miles from Mesa. A bargain $10,000 SO Acres alfalfa and fTain land, rronncd : nil fcncoA 0 , t-t , . and cross-fenced; 1-room frame house, well, 1 J, it We have one factory DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE MAKING OF CHEESE. The maker is a man of long experience In this climate, and thoroughly competent. Our curing rooms are unexcelled, as we make our own ! .j. temperatures. Wre can give -you I I1LLOL in l YV ILL I llAjL mi. I KAULi Write us for prices. If In Phoenix ring up 1S71, or better atlll come to th2 creamery, two blocks west pf Santa Fe depot. t t t t shares Mesa water. 2 miles from Mesa, on easy terms. Pice $4,200 it S0 Acres, all fenced and planted last year, o miles ' H us korth cinter street from Mesa. 1 share water $2,400! Large lot of desirable 5,10,20,40 acre tracts, improved, ; with water, to select from. The Maricopa Creamery Company Desert land under Highland and Consolidated canals from ! & $10 to $U per acre. . Business and city residence property. POMEROY BROS. CO., MESA, ARIZONA TELEPHONE 791 iVioHti Sr Dorris Undertakers and Embalmers 3 ImAj Attrndxnt STANDARD IRON WORKS Dealers In New and Second Hand Machinery Complete list of stock on ha nd furnished on application. Castings in Iron and Brass. Machine work Promptly Attended To. PHOENIX, ARIZ. Do It NOW! Delays Are Dangerous. Telephone 671. Piiosnix Machine and Cold Storage Go. A il Kn!e of Machine Repairing Doae SUort Notice 25-33 Worth Second Street Jos. Thalheimer, Fres. ; P. T. Hurley, Vice-Pres. ; Louis Melczer, Tr cas.; Alex. Rheinstein, Sec'y . O. S. WILEY, Manager Commcnciug Mondaj, Dec. 14th to January. 1st, SPECIAL REDUCTION in in Spectacles. Eyeglasses. Bebber and Swikerath, Arizona's Leading Opticians, 7 West Adams Street, Phoenix. szaaacs S. II. KOGERS. S. S. GRE1SN. PKoenix Foundry Company All kinds of CASTING IN IRON AND BRASS. All kinds of machinery repaired. BOfi SO. 7TH AVE. will irl ve Patlsfactlon. PHONE NO. ATI. Yavapai Oil and Development Co, JEIIOMK, ARIZONA, t'end for rroppectus. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: J. Haskett, PresidpTit, Jerome; F. Wright, Vk?-rrp!dent, Precott; J. S. Waughtrl, Secretairy, JeroiiK?; Jas. Pa ire. Treasurer, Jeixme; W. J. Mul venon, Director, Prescott. Ilranch Offico, Room IS, Head Block, Prceeott. It ' - i vrr..,,. .f " .. ; '- v-1 - : -sec -Jhn;;; i-al Don't Forget, the Special Bargains in Smoking Jackets, Fancy Vests, Bath Robes, Night Robes, AND ABOVE ALL Don't forget to vote for the bonds and municipal owner ship of water works. PLANK, THE HATTER. 106-108 West Washington Street. Fleming Block.