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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MAKCII 14, x1904.
OPEN GAME SEASON NOW ON: THKOW THAT DiRTV OLD COLLAR AWAY AMD GET A For your dour. We have collars"" in stock to fit any dog: or cat. at any pike you want to pay, from 25 cents to $S each. We have the sole agency here for the litest iine made in t: world. Out cheap collars are better than others made for the money, aiid on the tine goods well, we have tho oiily line handled in the city. Dost Chains, etc. We always have on hand KRESII Spralt's Dog Spratt's Dog Glover's Dog PINNEY CSL ROBINSON, THE GUN Guns, Bicycles, Cameras. phSS Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 4a North Center Street. Phoenix. WAV Fine No. 1 Alfalfa hay, by bale or ton. Special prices by car load. If taken this week we have TWO STACKS OF HAY VERY CHEAP You can't make a mistake in uy ing hay. Two months till new, a crop, and new hay will be as high as present prices of old. 7.00 for n K U G H R U If 54 H MB fca fVettlcton Kid, Cox Calf, Vclour Calf, Patent Kid, in Lace and Button, Oxfords in Tan Russia and Ideal Kid. Our entire stock of these Fir.est of Mcns Shoes are going at $3, & Now is your opportunity. For two days this price will : , obtain. NO LONGER." 1 N. C Wilson, Manager.; 0 1 At Mclyce's Cash Store. ! I Capital, SI00,C00.00 ra rt 4 jr-t ueposus, ssuujuuu.uu AmpU Filities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business. ; The National Bank of Arizona. r:Fml1 c;nj, President. .'IIP. OUrfeider, Cahbier. Oct One of Our- The California Rfiinfiranf MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Rtflctl-v FlrttCiHHH. Oulck.Hcpvico Hpcclal Dinner on tturnJety GQ 'Worth Pirct avenuo Pheenlx. Srlzona 1 .,.M. ------ JI.?fs Economics!, Easily noYL. mazer Ai! CtXers m EffoctU-o tVor3:ni K3 t9J 0XSIP0R MlT!t.3 in umr. DtlivorS 1-h. O. US WI A OF $5.00 SOLD UNDER A POSET1VE GUARANTEE. fc.ia. Hoists. Air Compressor's v.vd iJua;tiinc P!;-!it-i - XXtti'i and Triple Cylinder Vertical Ilru'aes in Laive Units ;. . tnu'ines to Oiera;e Gasoline. Uistillp.tes, N.ipiha. f::c . Etc. ,.Stilte yr power rt:(iulre:uentsfniiy: we will save yon money. T8t WCBtB CHARCOAl SUCTION OAS PRODUCER IS BL'ilT EXCLU81VEIY BY US. . There are many thousands of onr Engines n uso. Estaijllshod l.-fcl. WEBER GAS & GASOLINE EfcSGINE CO, O- BOX 29 KANSAS CITY, MO., U.S.A. Ducks, Geese, Brant Doves, Rabbits. NICE CLEAN UP-TO-DATE ONE Bisouit, Soap and Remedies!" Remedies. $6.00 for a ir. Surplus, $50,000.00 4-1 -v mi. Fol. Lewis, Vice-rreFirt'jnt. J. J. Sweeney, Ass't. C&kbler. LJttlo Hotne..nfcH. Operated arztf f.r Mlnir.p, rorec. ITrRTJR IN v- MnrrKOTH VlIMFLICITT 1 4f J"vtf - Per TTrilH' ftn I'nnrm.i'mn d Alf I". Alf Store. 1 - - v-i..- lll.l , iV'll V 1 One round of Charcoal, costinsr one-half cent per liorse power per hour. OthorFrels raavbeused. 2 'M FISHING AT HOME Two Valley Citizens Who Will not Go to the Ccast This Season. There is som. ' S?a4t, River Valley money that will not he spent on the coast this season. Every summer for the last ten years Jake Miller and Hi Kldrfd have squandered a f:rtur:e at California watering places. They usu ally went there on a health, pretext, but those who returned from there said that they were putting In their time fishing. They have found fishing nearer home. Last Friday Mr. El dred was cleaning out a pond In. which he had been watering his cattle for several years. When all ths water had run out he saw a struggling mass at the bottom in the mud. It was a mass of fish. He took cut 170 cat fish and 270 carp. Then he sent for Mr. Miller and he found something lika 1G0 rat fish and more carp than he could count. It was th?n that Messrs. EUlred and Miller decided that the state of their health would not be such next summer that they would have to .go to the ccast. Their families will go but that will be all the better for the fishermen who remain at home. Their families have been going with them . to Cali fornia annually and they found that circumstance a drawback. It caused more or less interference with, their piscatoiial pursuits. Mr. Miller knows a great deal, about fishing but he does not know a great deal about the propagation of lUh. His knowledge on that subject was Fup rlerr.fnted my Mr. E'dred. whose pond lias just proved that he 13 an eminent rsh cuiturist. Unutr his directions Mr. Miller took his seed fish home and put them in a pond, lie lias alro built a tight wire fence around tha pond so that th fish cannot sat cut There v.-Ul be another car. Cut the mza can't wait. He chases the car and swings on, panting and hot, but satisfied. He keeps this gait up all day. He works that way, he lunches that way. He contin ues this until his stomach " breaks down" and nature compels h'tn lo "go slow." Business men v.-ho have impaired their digestion by hasty eating will find in .Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery a cure for dyspepsia and other diseases of the stomach and organs of digestion jand nutrition. It does net give mere temporary relief, but it effects a radical cure. It strengthens the stomach, nour ishes the nerves and purifies the blood: 'For-ix loa vein I r.ufTered with my liver, kidiifvs. ami with indigestion, which br.ffled the bi-st doctors in our countrv." writes E. U. Ranscll. Ej.. of Woolsey. iTirice Villiam Co., jVa. " I suffered with my stomach and back for la Ion? time, and after taking a 'cart-load' of I medicine from three doctors. I grew so bad I , could haruly do a day's work. Would hare lde3th-Iike pains in the side, and blind spells, nnd thought life was hardly worth lh-ing. I ', bepran tnkinj? Ir. l-.erce's Golden Medical Dis 'fovery and 'Pleasant Pellets,' as advised. Be Jfore I had taten half of the second bottle I jbepan to feel relieved. I Rot ix bottles and ; used them, and am happy to say I owe my life 'to Dr. Pierce and his medicines." I Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness. , AViite to C. 15. Wood, box rff, 41!, fur free circular on g I fancy Lchorits. "J'he only mmm scored pen in Arizona. "I hT unflVred with pile for thirty-nlx years. One year ano lam Ap-il I began taking Caacarata for cnntn'tlrn. In the cotirae ol a week 1 nouceq j the piles lei;an to disappear and at the end of alt j weeka they did not trouble me at all. 4'aHearet 1 hove none wonders for me. I am entirely cured and feol like a new man." George KryUer, Napoleon, O. Pleaar.nt. Pnlotahls. Potent.. Taste Good. Po Ooofl, Kever Sieken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c, 2Sc. 50e. Never Hold tn bulk. The cennine tub let Htaniped C C C. Guaranteed to cure or your money buck. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 503 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES STEAM INJECTOR. S "All Sizes" Standard Iron Works AGENTS Phoenix, Ariz. L ' III! iV-J.4kw.i' -trfi: fi few Ura&i;4V&9 h 1 ,: cj-k rr F1 Y. p I fm if" w .9 TO L;.ir'. p.r.-Yl and feed immoderately on the sur rounding alfalfa. Mr. Eldred told him that if the fish were given the free run of the alfalfa field they, would not do well. In the raising of fish, bloat is more to be guarded against than anything else. He said that the statistics sent out by the secretary of the fish department at Washington showed that more fish die annually of bloat than from all other causes combined.-There is little danger in feeding properly cured alfalfa and moderate quantities of green alfalfa ae not apt to be harmful. For the sweets of life don't overlook Toboggan Maple Syrup. Are you going to the Calico Bail Tuesday evening, O'Neill hall, a great and good time for everybody. Com mittee of arrangements: A. S. Her. berg. Rose Conwell. Mrs. R. J. Holmes, Reception committee: Mr. R. J. Holmes, Abe Lukin, Mrs. St,rimett, Mrs. Hiddin, Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. T. Hill. Floor committee: A. E. Cobb. A. S. Herzberg, Irving Hill, F. Wfight. Come one, and all. Ladies free.' A. E. COBB, Prompter. A FAMOUS SPECIALIST Dr. Tally, of Philadelphia, Visiting Phoenix. Dr. Frank V. Talley, a lcadin fipprlalist on diseases of women, is vhitinsr friends in Thoenix. Thls Is 'l)r. Talley's first t rip in the far we't, though he has 'had interests in th's territory for srnne years. He hp.9 been watchlns the development of the ter ritory in ecnere.l, and the Palt River Vat'ey in particular, for a number of '?.! s." itnd has now come to IoljK into conditions In anticipatiorf of the pros T ctlve rapid growth. The doctor ex presses h'mself well pler.se.1 with Vhocni.v. Cominc as he did from th-i old north into a land of flowers a.n.t K'insliine. he notes tho contrast innrk 11'. The doctor sjys that many of h;s irinds in Philadtlphia have inter tp in the territory and feel cert.tin of ii sxlendid future for the territory and tle valley. SVhen he decided to tnk t'.is trip to Arizona, ar.d his jntentlon bfcrme known to his friends an.l ac quaintances numbers of them reque-t-td him to brine: bark information con cerning many mr'-ters in which they were interested, showing that Arizona Is wcl! known in and about the Quaker city. tSr. Talley nnd lr. Dufli. 1J hav been friends for a number of yours, an 1 dur- imr his visit here Dr. T.illey is the rrurrt of TJr. Duflield. Ho will remain in the territory alnvjt twi week?. aft which he will visit Sjull:?m Calif cr n:a. o Why pay for other Maple when To bogsan's at the jrrocer's. It is raid that the most delicious fountain drinks made from no llavors but pure fruit juices .the richest, pur est ice creams and sherbets that are the best, are row found at S-'aniohas' ue cream parlors. Church socials, wed dings, receptions and parties suppd'd with ice creams and sherbets that will L enjoied. PINAL TROCKESS Choosing for the First Time Delegate to National Convention. Florence, Marth 11 (Social Corre-rponden-e of The Republican). Mes?is.-(urt !. Powell and J. J. Fras er, the delcirates to th republican con vention at TucFoh, are back ag-.iin. b? Ins highly satisfied with the results of the unanimous mcetinir, in fact, judg ing from their pleasant countenances since their return, it may be conclud ed that Roosevelt is already el.?osod j i evident so far as Ariznn.i Is con cerned. As a side issue It may be men tioned that Mr. Childs. who was f leet ed as d'lecat" to the national conven tion. to be held later in Chicago, is the first representatives sent by Pinal county to the national convent on. We are surely progressinp. at lea"t jolti cally. One of the old members of the broth erhood of Pi ml county (Mr. T. P. Car son) is in Florence greeting lvs old time friend-".. Mr. Carson is frcmral manager of the Peymert Mining c-m-pany, whose headquarters are at Mil waukee, and who have pioperties In many parts of this continent. He was for a number of years stationed in this district w hen - the Peymert mine tv in full swinp. Mr. Carson left here about ten years npo. when the Itey mert mine ceased work, and thi. is h:s first visit since that time. He is look ing in the best of health, and while here will inspect som of the m'nlfr properties adjacent to the rew railroad. His many friends here give him. a hearty welcome. Messrs. Banks nd Jones, the two Pittsburp mininrr engineers, left yes terday for Old Mexico, where they ;o to inspect sAme minin.s: properties On behalf of Pittsburg capitalists. . ' Ouests registered at Florence Hotel: T. P. Carson. Reymert; C, H. Joies. San "Francisco: J. 'AV. Si?son, Pavil Oreenlee, Now York; W. S. Plitch'oy, lndianaiolif;: J. K. McCarthy, River side; E. W. French, Poston, Mass. . Want cheap Maple? Toboggan. Don't ask for DEATH AS AN ANSWER C2 Arizona Eagles Pay Tribute to a De parted Brother. The members of Arizona Aerie, Nfi. l7, Fraternal Order of E-igles, yester day laid to rest In the city cemetery the remains of Elmer E. Howard, a. strarger who died in the city a few days ago, and the tribute paid the de parted brother by the local Eagies comes as a fitting answer to the ar guments of a nearby clergyman against all secret fraternal orders. Th deceased was an actor. He came to Phoenix with the Dixie Carnival 'ompiry. In Phis citv he was taken ill with acute rheumatism. The mem bers of the Dixie company oar'.-d for him until they left the city, but upon their departure Howard was without friends in r. strange city and without money to secure proper medical treat ment. Put he was "an Evig;le, a member of Aerie. No. 363r of Weiser, Idaho, and his case -was reported to the local aerie. He was immediately removed to tho Sisters' Hospital, where he remained Nearly time to change into spring wear. , - , . Did the last pair fit ? We have the larg est line of Oxfords in the city this season and the price is right. WE FIT SHOES. DON'T FORGET OUR HOSIERY. t . Uye AIL "FOOTWEAR EXCLUSIVELY." 27-29' E. WasHington Street. Phone Main 274. until he died, and yesterday his re mains were laid to rest. An far as known, the unfortunate youns man had no relatives, neither brother, sister or mother, and Except that he belortrPd tn a fraternal organization he would have been a county chnrpe durln-? h'a illness and occupied a paup:r's graea upon his death. A large number cf Entries turned ut to pay their last resrects to the do ceased, though 'not mote thaji two had known him in life, and he was shown nil "honors coming from tho brother hood. GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching, Blind, deeding or Protrud ing Piles. Your druggist will refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure you, in 6 to 14 days. 50c. BELIEVES IN THE VALLEY Prominent Easterner TalHs of Local Conditions end Opportnbities. "I b"licve yru hive a :rront country hero, rertainlv a mod beautiful valley, Mid when tho povernm?nt carries out Hp Intentions and water beomrs 'plen tiful I believe there will be great op portunity for growth and advance nv.'nt." Sii'-h is the opinion of J. V, Ti!Otnp ro'i if C'hh acro of the future .p.-isslb T. tles nf Salt River villy. Mr. Thomp son !s n member of the Chicapo Hoard of Trad. lie arrived in Phoenix yes terday in his priv.-'te var, accompanie.'. by his familj-, and expects to srer.d a trior th her?. "Alfalfa Is a triol prcdnct for this country," continue1. Mr. Thomson." "Wheat la also n (rood product; in fad. T can iav exc?llont wht 2t is giown here. Tt Is hard to pet better wheat than is produced in this valley, and I would advise its plant inp. "Your pre at ob-t:icle, of course. 5s lack of water fcr irrlpatlon. List year was pood, this year there is a drouth and the prospects are not no cn coutainp. It i" all a question Of water, and the solution of the proidem is p. proper apd adequate system of ir rigation. "Fruit prowinp can hardly bo catrkd on here successfully owinp to the high freipht rates. I remember a few years r po there was an experiment. I for pet whether It was with aprloot3 rr nlmonds, and several car loads were phir-pod east, but before they arrive;' at their destination the profi's had Ikpii eaten up by the freipht r.ites. "And T do not believe tH? ftet-rl-r. rnes are exorbitant. A rallroai ffp ures Its profits cn its tonmpe, and where the tonr.ape is small the p-reer.t-aere of profit must b3 accordinply pre-tt. The freipht from Plr-enix is not heavy en.ouph to justify a low rate, and I do not believe any railroad company would make a lower rate under thr arne conditions. Vntil th--? population and the business in the valley inorense-t it seems to me the hiph ratts must pre R5 it?-; Urn- "VVU-'-,'W.fV''r,l '('"('"isa TOBOGGAN MAPLE SYRUP A PLUNGE OF PLEASURE. SWEETER THAN SUGAR. GOOD WITH ANYTHING; GOOD FOR EVERYBODY. 'PACIFIC COAST SYRUP CO. i JAN FRANCI5C0 1 SEATTLE I - vail, and until then the residents of the valley can scarcely enter the fruit Indtlstrv. "Wheat and alfalfa can b? grown at a profit, out with the existing condi tions the people of this valley cannot enter succesrfully in competition with the fruit growers cf other districts." , Mr. Thompson has paid several visits to phoenix, and ho thoroughly appre ciates the many advantages the ci:y olTers In the way cf. climate arid profit able business Investment. He 'is her? for a month's rest, after which he will 'return to Chicago. -o HE WAS AN EAGLE Why Chas. Jaggers' Attempt at Rob bery Failed. Every n.an has a conscience Waled somewhere about him. Now there is Charh 3 Ja.7Rer, the man who made a failure of an attempt to nrld up a Pisbee psmblinp house last week. He was making fair headway until he no ticed that the "lookout" of the faro pamo had an Eapie badpe pinned on his i ilpitating breast. While Japper was heritatinp whether ho wes doing the proper thing in robbing a brother he was seized and disarmed. Now if his brethren whom he was trying to rcb will be as considerate of . their fra ternal relations th?re will be no prose cution and the status quo which pre vailed when Japgcr enter?d the gamb ling house that morning will he re stored. " Rut his prosecution his al ready been .bepun. The Risbee R.;view fay3 he had his preliminary examina tion and was held to answer before the district court, and i.i default of a And Busing BRsV IFIPn Wf IR J. "B " " " j r . No woman who uses ''Mother's Friend" need fear the suffering and danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror and insures safety to life of mother and child, and leaves her in N a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. The child is j , j s 1 i hJiSAA gooa naturea. uur dook tKri m "Motherhood," is worth uffiki it wp icrhr in crolrl tn everv U u hJ " fD t ' J woman, and will be sent free in plain envelope by addressing application to Dradfield Regulator Co. Atlanta, Ga. e u-i -i-i ; You can buy anythig you want in WALL TflYb First Street Largest assortment, ever ottered in Phoenix. EAL 5 Cents ONLY AT THE I ELVEY. (a 5 and 7 East 07 nnn n.... o,uuu ouyb liisiuB Rented for $ioo a month. Can be made to pay 200 a month. $4000 Cash, Balance on Easy Payments.- Apply to... E E 230 SOUTH CO. Phoenix. A. T. Failure in life H tnore often due to exhausted nerve force than to lack of capital. Stronjf nerves are the capital that helps men conquer conditions. When people lose their capital they set to work, to regain it. When we lose our nerve force we ought to seek a means of getting it back. There is a way, certain and scientific. feed the nerves, making them steady a:i;i strong as steel.- We tio not believe they can fail to cute Nervous Debility and physical ex haustion; that's why we agree to refund your money if sis' boxes do not cure you. $1.03 per box; 6 boxes t5.00, mailed cciirely seale.1 upon leceipt of price. IUx.lc free. Address, I'eal. Medicine Co., Cleveland, Ohio. FCR SALE BY ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. Ct'O bond he was returned to the jail. Attorney George Xeal acted as Jag cer's counsel. Jagger claims to have been in Ari zona for a long time and at one time ran a restaurant. He, is" acquaint il with several men in Bisbee, who he elairr.s have gone back on him. and he is very bitter against them in not coming to his rescue now that he is in trouble. He states that he has many fiiefius in Salt L.ake where his mother ro sidfes. He takes his arrest philosoph ically. many other painful and serious j .fa f2 ' ailments from which most mothers suffer, can be avoided by the use of Motngrs Friend. This great remedy is a God-send to women, carrying them through their most critical rrr?a1 urir'ri cafpftr sinrl Tin naifi. ! P A I AT and. Monroe. best goods and lowest prices ORANQ! A Glass. FOUNTAIN OF "HULETT,- Washington Street. !f W.I1W n..: n i w dusiiibss rrupeny ; i PRO WELL, FIRST AVENUE.