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THE AKIZOXA REPUBLICAN, SATUKILVK MORNING, JANUARY Hi, 1904.
4- WE WILL SELL YOU THE WORLD For $35.00. This is.no fake. Whrt is the World? It is one of the leading high grade guaranteed bicycles (not made ly the trust), made by what is now the largest and oldest cycle makers in Chicago, Arnold, Schwinn & Co. They also make the ADMIRAL, what we consider the best medium lil-iced bicycle- built. $25, ladies or men's. We have handled them here since 1S97. We handle a large line of bicycle repairs and accessories. Bicycle sold for cash, or on installment plan. PINNEY ROBINSON, THE GUN STORE Guns, Bicycles, Cameras. Vtf'!; Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. i ! t i Special i 25c ' i Fresh Ranch Butter Fresh Ranch Eggs Best Kansas City Bacon Best Kansas City Hams Best Picnic Hams These are the prices that dizzy and crowd the store ways busy. :e's Cash Store. are our long suit. Send them to us and you can be sure that they will be laandered soft and without shrinking. We Sterilize Everything. Yours for the best work and prompt est delivery. Arizona Laundry Co. Phone Main 39. Corner Adams and 3d St. 30c 15c 15c I 13c, make 'em that's al- i I I i McK The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Strictly Flrtst-Giasts. Quick rtopvfro special Dinner on Hunday 33 North First Avenue Phoenix, Arizona f MH-M-fr-M-fr-fr ! ! 4 For perfection and I JhQ LNGLISH KITCHEN takes tne lead. Perfect cooking also cakts and pastry are homemade. Try I Merchants, Attention! J We have one factory 4 I DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE MAKING OP CHEESE. The 1 T maker Is a man of long experience in this climate, and thoroughly 4 T, competent. Our curing rooms are unexcelled, as we make our own i temperatures. We can give you 2 I CHEESE THAT WILL PLEASE THE TRADE. I - Write us for rrices. If in Phoenix ring up 1871. or better still come to th creamery, two blocks west of Santa Fe depot. 4 J The Maricopa Creamery Company 3 WWMM' T TW esssEsasasa R. R. HOSPITAL The Contest for It Lies Between Tuc son and El Paso. Tucson, Jan. 14. (Special Corres pondence of The Republican.)--Chief Surgeon Ainsworth of the Southern; Pacific system, who succeeded Dr. Oardner, deceased, arrived here with General Manager Alger's paity, and while here he will look up the question of establishing a hospital for South ern Pacific employes. This matter had been agitated, but Dr. Gardner's death put a stop to it for a while. El Paso is also trying to secure the hospital, but a strong pull is being made for Tucson. The chamber of commerce has the matter in hand. ,The United Muderus installed the following officers last night: E. M. El liott, vice grand chancellor, officiating; M. V. Samuels, past chancellor; Mrs. W. A. Julian, chancellor; Mrs. H. D. Corbett, regent; Mrs. Maxwell, ora-'j tor; Mrs. Ethene Brown, guide; Miss Callie Whittle, warden; W. A. Julian, recorder. After the installation Mr. El liott made a brief address. The lodse presented Past Chancellor Samuels with a handsome watch charm. Pro gressive whist was played, the prizes being won by Miss Fredendall, Miss Callie Whittle and Henry D. Corbett. Maria Pierce and her husband have entered suit in the district court against the city of Tucson, claiming damages in the sum of $2.r00 and costs of suit. On May 14. 1903. at 8 o'clock p. m.. Mrs. Pearce sustained injuries That word hacking is exoressive to those who have experienced the aggra- j vating constant cough, which is called a hacking cough. Sometimes it is the result of a cold, or of grip, and some times it is a consequence of catarrh, which unchecked lias gradually in volved the luntrs in disease. Such a j cough finds its cure in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery which cures bronchitis, obstinate coughs, lung disease, hem orrhage, and con ditions which, if neglected or un skilfully treated, lead to consumption. " For twelve years I was a sufferer from catarrh and was treat- erf hy one of the best physicians in the State of North Carolina, who said the trouble had reached my lungs." writes Mr. J M. Patton, of Clotho. Transylvania Co., N. C. I fcrew worse every day until I tried Dr. Pierce's medicines. Will say . I'icrce's Oolden Medical Discovery with one bottle of Dr. Saitr's Catarrh Remedy cured nie. and to-day I am well and hearty, and I will say further that my former physician. Dr. W. M. I.yday, recom mends Dr. Jierce's medicines to nie and to others. I am sure your medicine will cure any case of catarrh thai exists. I recommend them to all." If you ask your dealer for "Golden Medical Discovery " because you have confidence in its cures, do not allow yourself to be switched off to a medicine claimed to be "just as good," but which you did not ask for and of which you know nothing. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered lxxk, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf falo, N. Y. purity in cookery means perfect baking All our 4. our mince pies and fruit cake. - EBBKBESEXSn Consult Us when you desire the best Eye Service. Bebber & Svvikerath, Arizona's Leading Opticians, 7 W. Adams St. PHOENIX. by falling over an obstruction at the northeast corner of Pennington street and Stone avenue. Her left wrist was broken as a result, it is claimed, and that she has not been able to use the left hand since and may be perma nently disabled in that particular. The Pearce? lived on East Ochoa street at the time and are now residents of Tombstone, where their sons, Jchn and William, all known here, also reside. Burt Jacobi, representative of the "Minister's Son." is in the city arrang ing for the billing of the company he represents. The Ragles installed the new officers last evening. There was a large num ber present and all ended well with a fine spread. The Tucson lodge of the order is now three years old, and the membership of the local eyrie ranks with the highest in point of numbers. Pima Tribe I. O. R. M. will meet to night, also the Lady Maccabees, and Pima Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F. Judge George R. Davis arrived in the city this morning from Phoenix Captain Thomas Burns of San Si mon and Bowie, will return home to morrow, possibly not until Saturday. Colonel Epes Randolph is expected to return from Los Angeles in a few days. J. K. Knowles and Captain James Duncan, the latter of St. Joseph, Mo., left for the Chii icahua Mining com pany's Camp this afternoon. H. K. Street of Stone House, near Benson, and Ben Sueed of Naco, both well knewn cattlemen and frequent visitors tc this city, are here today. Judge E. R. Monk, former receiver of .the land office, is here. Mrs. T. L. Cox and daughter, Miss Lillian, of Little Rock, Ark., have ar rived to spend the remainder of the winter in Tucson. Hon. Jose Morenos, one of the lead ing lawyers of Mexico, is in the city enroute to his home in Chihuahua. He was entertained by the new Mexican; consul, Arturo M. Elias, while here. H. E. Armitage, manager of the Old Terrible mining company in the Drag oons, is in the city. Every body needs some Relief Gold Mining stock and I need some freight money. Geo. Hamlin. Phoenix, Ariz. FORMER TU.SON BOY H. E. Huntington, Successor to Col. Epes Randolph. Tucson, Jan. 14. (Special corres pondence of The Republican.) Howard E. Huntington, who has been appointed general manager cf the Los Angeles Railway company to succeed the late John A. Muir, who died last week in that city, was connected with the office of Epes Randolph, when the latter was superintendent of the Tucson div ision of the Southern Pacific. Mr. Huntington was then 23. The chamber of commerce . is ar ranging for a mass meeting, to be held Mn tha Santa Rita hotel on the occasion of the opening of that house. Win. O. Greene, the millionaire cop per king of I'ananea and New York, has engaged a suit of five rooms at the Sinta Rita hotel. J. H. Kncwles, manager of the Chi ricahua Mining and Exploration com pany, gave a dinner in the honor of Captain Burns of San Simon lust ev ening, when several friends of Mr. Knowles attended. Mr. Knowles and Captain James Duncan of St. Joe, Mo., accompanied Dr. J. W. Lennox on a trip to Helvetia today. They will re turn tomorrow. George Monroe died at the hospital this morning. He had been here four months, coming here from Calumet. Mich. Eugene William Gelson, who has been on the Lordsburg-El Paso run, is In the hospital for treatment. He was injured several days ago while at work on hi.s engine. , The attention of right thinking citi zens is being directed to ,the action of certain coast papers, which raise a great roar about being friends of Ari zona, and yet are always eager to pub lish and enlarge upon untruthful sen sational articles that are detrimental to the territory. It is thought the chamber of commerce will take the matter In hand and try and put a ctop to the sending out of such ar ticles.. Attorney Chas. Blenman left for Phcenlx this afternoon. Mrs. E. M. Stroud, of 405 North Court street, is entertaining Miss Edith Campbell, daughter of Judge Campbell of Solomonville, and' a mem ber of the "Old Jed Prouty" company. W. F. Staunton and H. R. Page arrived from t Tombstone and left for the Imperial company's camp in the Silver Bell dls- : trlct this morning. Thc-y went over the road in an automobile. Lautero Roca returned this morning from Fairbank, after a short stay. Joseph Goldbaum has returned to the city after three yeais' absence in So nora. TUCSON P0ST0FFICE Its Relation to the Mutual Mercantile . Company. Tucson. Jan. 14. (Special c-o:-rc fpondrnce of The KnpublW an.) The , Giir in regard to the Mutual Mercantile' company is still being talked of. Mr. Fred Fleishcimer resigned :ii vice- j president several days ago and J. Knox Corbett, tho jiostmasK'r, was appointed, in his place. It i - explained by Mr. j Coinetts friends that he entered th concern without due consideration, ac cepting the statement of others about its afVairs. but when the true inward ness of the scheme became known to him he gave notice of withdrawal. It Is said a through investigation of th books will be made and it Js regarded as probable that all the local peop'e connected with it will eventually pull out. Mr. Corbett todcy tendered his res ignation as vice-president of the com pany. Mr. t'orbtt stat'.s that the pros pectus and other "literary matters" of the Mutu-j.l Morcimtilo company are not being sent tbrourh tlhe Tucson ro.'tofTu-o, as far as he is aware, and if he discovers any in tho mail? it wi'l be laid before the department for a de cifion. I It is understood that several local republican have complained to the president of Postmaster Corbett' con nection with the company. Photographs of the gold lettering on the wini'ow of the Century block cont lining "J. Knox Corbett, vice-piefiiH nt" have Jven tak- en by flashlight and forwarded to the president and postmaster general. It la understood t'hat Mr. Corbett has made an explanation to the president cf his connection with the eompanyand of his intentions to immediately with draw from it, and that several promi nent rerublicans have ajso advised the president that Mr. Corbett's connection with the Institution was largely accl-dsntal. DEAFNESS CANNOT BET CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure Deafness, i and that is by constitutional remedies. 1 Deafness Is caused by an inlamed condi- I tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta- ! chian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed j Deafness is the result, and unless the in- 1 tlammatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for oirrulars, free. K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. I AMUSEMENTS I "A NIGHT ON BROADWAY." . "A Nljrht on Broadway" the second edition cf Murray and Mack's musical fantasy will bid for popular notice at the Dorris theater next Tuesday even ins:, Jan. 19. In the new edition, the author has framed a fantastic story, having for its lmiortant and almost sole object, an evening of solid fun for Intelligent the ater goers. Kerksr Morton, the com poser, has written an interesting score, which abounds in tuneful numbers of the 'ort which make a strong bij for popularity. The management have given this mu sical comedy a superb mounting, and a great outlay of money has been ex pended upon its mechanical scenic equipment and costumes. The principals engaged are Broid wav favorites and Fingers and comedi ans of merit. The chorus is composed of some scores of pretty young women find young men, with good voices. There i3 also a coterie of "show girls" whose beauty and vocal talent are expectel to work wonders in the heart breaking line. "THE MINISTER'S SON." "The Minister's Son" is an exception ally clever and remarkable play. Its four acts are filled wit'h comedy, te alism and sentiment, mixed by a mas ter hand. There is no llaggirg of heart interest throughout, and it tempts the ear to f.ill upon the lip of laughter. As a vehicle for the display of the pe culiar talent of W. II. Patton it tould not bo excelled. Qu;iint and c rlgina! in his methods, realistic exceedingly magnetic as Simon Ray, the minister's son. a character full of comedy and pathos he holds th? interest cf the nndicncf from j-tart to finish. "The Minister's Son" wiil be produc ed here next Wednesday, Jan. 2'). Prescriptions Are Flying Our Way. A big increase in prescription business. A big increase in Prescription Pure Drugs Good Work. That line of Hair Brushes we spoke about a few days sines is now on display, 25c up. See the window. Cloth and Tooth Brushes, Whisk Brooms. Our mail order customers are pleased; try us next time. Elvey and Hulett, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. PHONE MAIN mmmiMMMM Phoenix Trunk Factory ? l:i?vii2i''"''-; v '',T:rf? the place to get a good trunk, f uS'KT-'Jit fkM "lit case or bag, repairing, keys fc'f--WJi5 'M4?&-iW&f r,Ue1- old funks taken in ex- change. CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS Best grade of 25c sold this week for 15c a single pair, two pairs for 25c. see our bargains in Nqtions, Stationery, and Kitchen Utensils. KTHE FAIR 212 E. Wash. St. "Advices that our Hosiery has passed through the Custom House and will be ship ped the nth. Will arrive about February ist, and when the shipment gets in will have the finest stock' of Men's, Ladies' and Chil dren's Hosiery in the city. Our .better Oxfords and Shoes are ready to ship part of them now on the road. When our stock arrives will have , the best up-to-date new stock in the city. Phone Main 274. SNAPS! 160 acres very fine land, all fenced and cross-fenced, all in cultivation, about 40 acres )r alfalfa, the balance grain, small house. With the land. 66?s Inches water stock in the Grand canal. Price per acre $28.00. A great bargain in' a suburban residence on North Central ave. If you want a bargain in a comfortable little home in. the . city call on us at once, we have it. Allen & Wilson, "Just as Easy" COPYRIGHT. to cook over gas as over coal or ker osene much easier in fact. But you ought to think, too, of the freedom from dust and ashes, the immediate produc tion of heat, the saving of temper of wife, cook or housekeepers. No delay ed breakfasts when you use gas. Ask us all about it. Phoenix Light' & Fuel Co., Cor. 1st Ave. and Jen'erson. TeL 2401 433 W. Washington st. Tel. Red 394. 1 Ceteisbei Mil" . J - - We. Fit Shoes! oooooccaooo "Foot Wear Exclusively." 27-29 E. Washington Street. Phoenix, A. T. f EBBS THE DOMESTIC CONVENIENCE In Phoenix today is GAS i i Phoenix Light (Si Fuel Co. First Avenue ESSE THE VALLEY BANK op r Capitol, $100,000. JAS. NEWLANDS, JR., PRESIDENT. E. J. BENNITT, VICE PRESIDENT. - W. D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER. General banking business transacted. Exchange issued on atl important cities of the world. . DIRECTORS Jas. Newlands Jr., E. J. Bennitt, J. C. Kirkpatrick, J. C. Wasson, Jos. S. Fifield, Lloyd B. Christy, Ezra W. Thayer. t The Home Savings X Pays 4 per cent interest on all time deposits. Accounts may be opened for one dol'ar or more, either in person or by mail. . A handsome nickel steel safe is furnished depositors free of charge. CaM at the banking ofllce and learn all about our plan for making savings pay an income. The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $100,000. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH. President; R. H. GREENE.' Vice President: FRANK AINSWORTH, Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. Ainsworth, W. C. Foster, R. H. Greene. Frank Ainsworth, Harvey J. Lee. ' Capitol, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, $500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking; Basinet. The National Bank of Arizona. Emil Gnnz, President. 8. Uberfelder, Cashier. Get One of Our- HiicL CO Wabash Niagara Falls Short Line Weekly tourist car Santa Fe to St. Paul; weekly tourist car Southern Pacific to St. Louis; daily sleeping car Southern PaciOc lo Chicago. Inquire of agents tor partic ulars. ROSS C. CLINE. P. C. P. A.gU Ixa Angeles. GREATEST and Jefferson St. OBNIX Surplus, $25,000. Bank and Trust Co. Bol. Lewis, Vlce-Prenldent. ' J. J. Sweeney, Am'I Cashier. Little Home Safes. - '