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THE ARIZONA KETUI5LICAX,' SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1001 The Clerks at Davidson's Cash Store Haven't agreed to work for Nothing ! The landlord hasn't knocked off on our rent. The county treasurer made us pay our taxes and the newspapers ftill collect their bills for advertising. I'.tit with all this hardship we are stil! thankful to the people of Phoenix and Maricopa county for their splendid patronage during the past year and will continue in the future tat sell goods for cash and at :i saving to our cus tomers. Read our ads from week to week. "Watch our windows and bar pain counters and be convinced that it pays to trade at. '; Davidson's CasH vStore Phoenix, Arizona. Phone Red 303. TURK OVEJ J IRS Urn W and give your eyes courage to be gin the arduous labors of the year that is before them. Tin y have been working hard and willingly during the past year. Show your appreciation of their services by properly caring for their welfare. Come to us. Let us examine them, carefully, scientifically and advise you honestly. Your eyes will reward you for this timely care and help by in creased service and greater capac ity for work, both night and day. Wishing mv friends and natrons a happy and proerous New Year.. eTW.WASHG.ST. f PHOENIX At the beginning of a new year v.e extend to all a cordial greet ing and hope that for all the year may be both happy and prosperous. The past year has been a very satisfactory one for us and we wish to heartily thank all who have in any way contributed to this result. We appreciate your favors and in I'.h.ij we shall spare no effort to serve veil even hotter than i the past in order to merit a con tinuance of your good will. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washinnton anrt Hpntnp R-;. Phoenix, A. T. NEW LOT -of- Fine Mexican Drawn Work Just Received. Phoenix Stationery and News Go. 10 and 12 W. Washington St. I IN I Of Local II ii Interest. THE WEATHER Ix)cal daily weather report for the Arizona Republican: Forecast for today: Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departtne Departure Since since mban normal ls ' Month Jan. 1. iDM 45 51 -0 -6 Maximum temperature 61. minimum temperature "9. Averjge relative humidity per cent. Total precipitation 0. Character of the day: Clear. M. E. BI7YSTONK, Section Director. A COMING BALL. Purity lodge Xo. 9. Hathbone Sisteis will give a Valen tine ball on the evening of February 12. at ra.l-et hall. STARTS WITH THE NEW YEAR. There was horn yesterday morning n Mrs. D. L. Conner, wife of Dr. Conner, a son and there is consequent joy at Xo. 42 Xorth Fourth avenue. AN OPEN HOUSE. Jucge and Mrs. YV. V. Nichols, following the Now Year's custom, kept open house yes terday and entertained a large number of friends. A SAO NEW YEAR'S. Yesterday was a sad New Years day for Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Endicott of Kdgerton. Mo. Mrs. Endicott came here about a month ago with her son, Louis, agd 2". He was in delicate health and yes terday morning breathed his last. The bereaved parents left for home last evening with the body of their son. A CHILD'S FUNERAL. The funer al of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Milton whose death was an nounced yesterday morning, was held yesterd.ay afternoon, at the family residence. The bereaved family has the sympathy of a large circle of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Milton having reside-3 here for many years. A BAD FALL. Harry Young, a boy. who was riding a bicycle on Washing ton street, had a bad fall yesterday afternoon between Center street and First avenue His wheci tdippeJ! from under him and he hit the hard ground with his head. The breath was knock ed out of him for a few seconds and he bled a lilt'e from wounds. He was taker, to Wakelin's drug store but in a short time recovered from the shock. DEATH OF A KNIGHT. Charles Vail .aged died yesterday morning at the Sister's hospital. He came here about four months ago from his home ' in Hotchkiss, Colo., and was joined by 'his wife about two weeks ago. He I was a member of the Knights of i Pythias and was recorder of the County in which he lived. Mrs. Vail left for home last evening with the body, which was escorted to the depot by memers of the local K. of P. lodgf. ! AN APPRECIATED CARRIER. Carrier C. M. Moore of R. F. D. No. 3. was pleasantly remembered yesterday morning by bis patron'V He found fromething in almost every box for him. There were boxes of honey, fruits, j cakes, butter and eggs. Some of the -gifts were u-omp.mied by sentiment? .even more pleasing to Mr. Moore thin i the gifts themselves. They were label j ed with, "To our Carrier." or "Our ' Faithful Carrifr." COUNTRY CLUB. Yesterday v.a; lean your at the Country club. It was supposed to be everywhere, but that is ' probably the only plac e in Fhoeniv v.neie the event was given proper recognition. The gentlemen served the gjcts with refreshments and there was a large attendance of tho? who enjoy the exhilarating game of golf and the extreme sociability that always accompanies New Year's day. THE MILLIONAIRE TRAMP. The ("Millionaire Tramp" company pre sen led two good performance yester day in the Dorris theater. The matine. called oot a lnrg" audience in which, of course, the women and children pre dominated. The story is a very in teresting one and was well presented by a company of considerable size and more than-' usual merit. l nere i: . great deal of good healthy comedy; iu the bill and many scenes, that appeal to the deeper sentiments. Altogether the V'S'tof the company afforded very pleasurable entertainment to a great many Phoenix people. LIVE EIRD SHOOT. Quite a crowd of shootrrn and .spectators attended the live bird shoot at the pauk yester day afternoon. The birds were excep tionally good ci.es and scores suffered in consequence. The first event was five birds, entrance J2.5n. high guns, two (U!'l monies. The scores were Aitken r. Tull 3, Cruham 4. Cunning ham 1, Tanner !. Morrell 3, Harrison WE Sell, Rent, Exchange and Repair Typewriters, ' LET Show you our Underwood Visible. It's a winner. The H.H. McNeil Co Opposite Court House. 2. 'Worthir.gtoii 2, I'lting 2. The sec ond event was at 10 live birds. En trance ?r..('0. hieh guns, two euu ii 'monies and the score. Aitken S, Gni jham i. Morrell S. Harrison 7. Tull 7. ! AVortliintjton 7. Vttir.g 7. Cunningham !7, Tunner 7, Shaw c: The referee, (scorer and puller then shot at eight I birds each with the result that Wilson killed S, Howard C and Dobbs 4 X PERSONAL. S ..;.;.--:..x..:.-::..:--:..r-4"M-j-5-v;- The following were registered at the Ford hotel yesterday: C. E. Boice, Ys illiams, A. It. tSowan, Dehver; Lou rs C. Hill. V. P. Ci. S. At the Commercial hotel yesterday tbe following were registered: Louis Lehman. Canton. Ohio; J. V. Edwards, Maricopa; C. J. Eaton, Congress; D. C. McQueen. Mesa; Walter Hill. Geo. Mc Donald, Mesa; J. M. Harmon, ostrich farm; Mrs. J. R.Iiigde:i, Ft. Collins. Colo. Registered at the Hotel Adam; ye -trdi:y were the following: Wm. Free man, A. Finsterwald, wife and child, Detrr-it; W. K. Flora and wife. Pres rolt; J. K. Atchison, San Francisco; Jos. I. Roberts. Presoott. Among the southbound passengers last evening w.-re Dr. W. T,. Brown far Benson, F. A. John for Sacramento, and William A lit. a for the Soldiers' Home. Cal. Wm. P. Richardson returned last ev ening from a week's absent-? Tn Pinal county where ho has been looking after the assessment on his mining j roper- ty- Miss Helen Xewton of Philacit lph' l, has recently arrived in the city on a visit to her brother, Richard Newton, w ho came here a couple of months a-r from South Dakota on account of his health. Miss Newton h;.s lately re turned from a European trip. C. M. Klotzbacb. a brother of (!"o. Klotzbach. ariived yesterday from South Daktta. Mr. KMJmch has lately been making a tour of Mexico. He had rot seen his brother for several years. o ONE WA YTO FOIL HIM. "Hold urt yer hands:" The stoi-ky ieokincr man thus ad dressed made an efCort to co!ii:ly. but fcrave it up. "I ean't ," he sai!. "I've got rheu matism in both of my arms. You'll hav to 0 through me just a:; i stand." The footpad slid holding the revol ver at his head drew him further into the shadow "VVheie's yer wad?" he sternly de manded. It's sewed up inside mv shirt." the victim replied. "Off with the coat and vest then:" "I'll have to be helped off with 'em. I cant do it to save my life." The footpad unbuttoned the over coat and pulled it off. There was a shorter overcoat under ! that and it unbuttoned hard but he gal it off at last. Hut there was still another coat equally hard to loosen. "D:ins ye!" muttered the highway -man, "What do ye wear so many clothes for?" j "That's my wife's idea. She says It helps my rheumatism.. The coat was skinned off with much trouble and the next wu-s a vest with eiffht buttons. The exasperated footpad removed this only to find another vest. Tearing this off with a hurst of muf fled profanity he found a woolen sweat er under it. "You'll have to Dull thU up over my head." said the other. "There are two shirts under it and the money is sewed up inside the very lust hey, police man: Here's a hold u:!" For a tjuiek ear had caught the meas ured tread of a Xo. 13 shoe just around the corner of the alley in which all this was ;oin on . By the speediest kind of work the footpad trot away 'Officer." said the belated nedestria.i a moment later, please helD me on ( witn these ciuds ajrain will you. Chicaco Tribune n THE GAMBLING SPIRIT. The Poison That Pervades Our Ameri can Life. I have learned that pood times mean simply putting an absurd over-valuation on o-.:r possessions and hard timet; is merely Jiscovering how little they were worth. For the past ten years the rambling fever has been growing steadily in vol ume and intensity in all parts of th country until there is scarcely a man or woman to. he found from the ten year old crap playing t darky to the Keene or Whitney who plays for stakes that run well inio the millions, whose mind is not taken up with some scheme to fret rich without working. Here are men speculating in oil and wheat and stocks, and others hoverinir, wild-eyed, over the roulette and faro tables. are clerks and j-ciuiig hoys "playing Un horses" and every dollar they can earn borrow or even take from their em ployer's till. Here are women invest ing their savings with financiers v. h AFRAID of a DRAFT ? Don't fear the change from woolen underwear to linen you don't take cold. Deimel linen mesh is just as warm as wool and a much better pro tection against the changes cf climate. Wool next the skin makes it more and more sensitive. Deimel linen mesh makes it sturdy and vigorous. Once a wearer of Deimel linen mesh, you will never afterwards go back to wool. Sold only by The McDougall & Cassou Co. 32 West Washington Street. P rJ f Ml IK Alfred Benjamin and "EliEff" ' P3 fOsTPffFQ Stetson and Dunlap AT Hanan FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! Your Property May May Be the iMext to Burn. Why not start the New Year by ful ly protecting it against fire? Ours is the larrest fire insurance aoeaoy in thu territory. We are Sole Agents for Eleven cf the Largest and Best Fire Insurance Com panies in the World. Our eighteen yers experience in tki bucir.:ss assures you of proper cars in case of accident. All losses adjust ed and paid through our office. H. I. LATHAM & CO. Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 44 North Center Street. 'Phone Main 220. promise them interest at the rate ot ten per cent a week. And here arc servant girle. nesriot s, ,and ofiice boys. ' bpjrnrnrs and vagrants, buvinar rtolicv flips at a cost all the way from a cnt to two dollars a risk. There is scarce ly a branch of onimerce that has es caped this wild mania. Ileal estate is no lonsvr bought as an investment, hut to be rol.l a-ain within a fortnight. The business of theatric als time was wh'-n it wa ? a profession is now almost wholly .speculative, and even the co:i fer alive old trade of book publishing is lionei omhed with men who; us in.; the advertising patre as a gaming table, speculate in authors as other gamblers in stocks or corn or ivory chips. J.L.. J'ord. in Leslie's Monthly. Some Resemblance. "Ic you think Wilkin's n w lhy re- !-nih!es his fallvrV" "In one way. He's (he biggest baby I ever saw.-' Indianapclis Run. , HOT THE "ONLY" BUT THE "BEST" Is the Good Old Way. SANTA FE. We have: Tiis Granrt Canyon. Kamy Eating Houses, Famous California Limited, And everything else that goes with the stamp of a firstclass railroad. L. H. LANDiS, General Agent, Phoenix. i H SH OESo in all sizes. This is the latest product of the Eastman Co. THe Most Complete Stock of General PHoto Goods in Arizona. E. L. ANDREWS SON., R;VriB iStaortinf Goods. PHoto StocR. 28 and Vc positively must close out this line of goods. We have all the fashionable s, such as light and Oxford grays andtblacks. You can't make money any faster- W shades, than ihii. We also want to close all the o.OO and $2.50 values for $1.75, and all the $1.75 STEIN'S SLIT AND CLOAK HOUSE MILLINER. Y. - coi,d ad washikoton bts. TAILORING. For Sale. Fine 20-acre ranch close in; pood im prove meats; water right in Maricopa, canal. Sixty-acre alfalfa ranch witli seven room house, well, wind mill, water piped to house, good shade, etc. A place to po on and make jjood living from the start. A snap. Good 60-acre alfalfa ranch within four miles of town at a bargain. Three Hne homes on North -Center street, five, ten and twenty acres of land with each place. Cood . 40-acre alfalfa ranch with water right in Maricopa canal. Fine SO-acre improved ranch with water in Maricopa canal, at a bargain. All kinds of city property for sale. E. A. Spauldin; 41 West Adams Street . The East the Market Affords at the Most Reasonable Price. 3 lbs. Pure Leaf Lard 35c 5 lbs. Ture Leaf Lard 60c 10 lbs. Pure Leaf Iard ...$1.20 One gallon best oil 25c One li-gallon can Pearl Oil .1.45 16 lbs. Cane Sugar $1.00 Two cans Chipicd Deef 2rc 2 Cans Corned P.eef 23c 1 package Seotch or Imperial oats.-. 12 6 bars family Soap 2"c PatTord's Gash Store 29 South First Avenue. 'Phone Red 555. GRISWOLD, I he.. Bir.vcle Man Is Arizona agent for the Hacycle, the best and easiest riding wheel o earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires and sundries. Most complete repair shop In the city. Nos. 7 and 9 S. First avenue. SETTLE THE QUESTION I Bridge Work $5 a Tooth. Gold Crowns $5. To it. r. O sua Irvine Block, Next Door in. nwnjiniiMMWManiwii) aw whmmi ii Our stock includes every style made by the EAST MAN KODAK CO., and we sell them all at eastern prices. We also have in stock the new EASTMAN NON-CURLING 30 North Hrst Xvenue, Phoenix, Arizona. Is All We AsK for Oar 5,50 AND S4.50 WALKING out our stock of woolen 'and M--M.."M-'M"l- I 1' f- I? i : i I aws and Shears TALBOT (SL HUBBARD'S Hardware Store. t t t U'JI.WU. IH3CT Harry I3rlley We Sincerely Thank Our Friends for tlieir liberal patronage during the year aad take this opportunity to wish ever' one a Nappy and Prosperous New Year. BRISLEY DRUG CO. I n Hotel Adams 1 FOR First class business location, room 25x140, with full lease, etc. Six large furnished houses for rent at prices ranging from $50.00 up. . 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. 3Z2 "E wish all of our many friends a a bright and prosperous New Yean ' With greetings of the season ... J. Ernest WalRer, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, 14-10 S. Second Ave. Q - Make up your mind this very minute that you won't go through life with a tooth missing-here and there-i-or what is still worse de cayed and aching Dad teeth will ruin your, health, reople are digusted at the sight of poor teeth there i.s no end to their di?agreeah!eness. It will take little time, little money, and no pair, to make the teeth wholesome and sweet now. Later it will coat more. no to Donofrio. Up St&irs. sb n iDrooft. 3 FILM SKIRTS: flannel Waists, and will sell goods for .ay. AT ,;..;, ( ... ! ,. 4. ,h 4. ! C. A Larson RENT. afcfcM IiTj Mi iirw ii nuMifi ' 11 N. PORTER, Saddle and Harness Go. 142 East Washington St. J! 4& For our make of Arizona Styles of Saddles, Bridles, u j Bits and Spurs. Prompt at- 11 , N i tention to mail orders.