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' " . THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1908.
7 jfe California tin of Folg'er's 4 Golden SOLD ON MERIT J. A. FOLGER & CO. Established 1850 SAN FR-ANCISCO JM! Mat 1 CITY NEWSPAPER 4ND THE COUNTRY SHEETS ainl tin- ore values in the Double Cross copper, srnin, lend, sllr, brass ami sheet iron mine. Those little items tli;'t once seemed to imnress him as I sill" or :it sfNivnlv Vj.rth tinK- ! lishinir. have taken on a news interest a in i i- r u ti if lor l''11 and he 's more concerned An Illustration of How The Repub i- ...-,. r. I .1 i , ,, ,jH" . now about senilis his mornint; n-ub- .n nas inc icw o-K ntrara UUt- i;., ,,., h , .. .u, v.. v .-i- I Mr classed. II. B. Snyder. Mrs. Snyder and their two children is the personnel of a family that was once proud that tin family home was in Xv Turk City, the most wonderful plice on earth. Mr. Snyder is not ashamed of it yet down deep in his heart he rather likes little old N'.;v York," hut he likes Arizona so much better that his overpowrrir.R intrst n New York is one of sad ness because a whole lot of his friends there are not ahie to enjoy the luxury of life in Arizona. Mr. Snyder came In re last Septem ber and was not only accompanied by his family but by considerable trepida tion, which he has since dismissed with instructions not to come around any more. He is immensely pleased with Arizona and says that one of these days when he gets thincs shaped an j-itrht lie is going; to invest in a iitt'e acreage, buy a hen and a coir and a nee and a pig and go to farming. He did not say whether it would be his main business or a side line and un til lie djes its nobody else's husim ss. I!uT he si.! something v ry pretty ah m The Republican yesterday and that's what inspired this article. The confession is made honestly that while Mr. Snyder is a mighty nice fellow th purpi se of these observations is to pl'jg a iiilie fur tin- small city paper in g'-ne-a! and The tV publican in particular. Mr. Snyder said that for a long time ! before he came out lure he used to buy The Republican in New York and I take :t home ami read it. After sizing! up the general news he us. d to turn j to th- country correspond! nee ami tile short local and r-Ltl with some amuseiiieiH v. here Sammy Johnson had sold a cow or t.'harli j Herald. Not that Tin- Republican is I a bigger or a better paper, but it fills its field even better, for the big city papers are made up cbii fly of big items that concern only a few big peo ple, except just now ami th.-n when something occurs of more than ordi nary interest in the circle of acquain tances of the ordinary man. The big paper supplies a different want while tin' paper in the smaller town gives, if it is ; good "til', a general synopsis of these big things ami a world of in formation about the little tilings that eonvern the man the general reader touches Ibous with: information the like of which thi' r sidi'iit of the large city cannot pet in a home newspaper no matter how big it is. It is not so necessary of course for many tilings that are big in Phoenix would be small in New York, but it is a fact that the resident of the small town is mic.Ji closer to his leper, and if he i.; pro perlv appreciative is much more inter authority that the contractor will file a lien within a short time. Except for I the curbing and gutter work, opera tions have come to a standstill. Carl Regcr. Architect Albright's representa tive here, left last night for Los Ange les, being called there to report by Mr. Albright-. Jack Greville, the contract or's engineer, will remain for a few weeks, looking after a few 'remaining det.-iils I Tile forerunner of the present diffi culties came to the front in Navajo county about two weeks ago, when the Navajo County Hank. H. H. I'ope and R. C. Creswell began proceedings to throw Mr. Noble into involuntary Uankruptcy, they holding mortgages on a band of sheep, and the interest on which had not been paid. The whereabouts of John Noble has 1 been a matter of mystery. He was ! seen in New York by Harry Goldwater i a short time ago, but he did not state to Mr. tloldwater where he was going from there. There have been reports that he was bound for South ""Africa, j others that he was going to Germany, also that he was going to try to save what he could from the week and go i into the sheep business in New Mexi- j co. 1 y s sudden disappearance is somewhat similar to that of Thomas Neul, the Illinois banker, who got Into' financial difficulties and Ieft home, j finally being located after a month in ! PJiovnix. It is stated that no one in ; Phoenix is informed as to Mr. Noble's I present location. j had always been very confidential' : with him in matters which he kept '6 secret from others, but that though he : jj was Mr. Albright's client, he hail said i nothing about leaving for good. Mr. j I Roger said that he understood that I Albright had a man who was to i ! have come in a short time to inspect i jthe building with a view to financing! the completion, but that .nothing now could be done so far as he had any in- : formation. I!y an informant who knew Mr. Noble well, it was said yesterday that he much overestimated his available resources at the time he undertook the building. However had the building not cost so much more than he figured on he would probably have come out ill right. Tin; cessation of the work leaving the building standing in its uncomph ted and somewhat unprotect ed condition is to be greatly deplored. The earliest possible resumption for the undertaking is most devoutly wished, and it is stated that tin- im pending litigtnion will pave the early way for that event. urflJUIIMIUHgng EXTRA 1 f 20c S i I kol'i n e. Sac ri -1 1 IS 1 Hk l ! I fice Pr,ce i 1 I- PI Si- 1 8 25c Cretonnes, Sac rifice Price 10c CO.; Arizona's Leading House Furnishers ft any Have Profited Have by this You? Sacrifice Sale WE BELIEVE THERE IS NOT A HOUSEHOLD IN ARIZONA BUT WHAT CAN FIND SOMETHING IN TrilS VAST STOCK TKEY ACTUALLY NEED OR WOULD LIKE TO POSSESS PROBABLY A PIECE OF FURNITURE AN EASY ROCKER, OR CHAIR SET OF DISHES HEATING STOVE OR RANGE CURTAINS Oil RUGS P0SSI3LY AN IRON OR BRASS BED TO REPLACE THE OLD AND OBSOLETE WOODEN ONE. OR A HUNDRED THINGS WHOSE PURCHASE HAS BEEN DEFERRED FOR NO PAR TICULAR H2AS0N. THESE ARE THE PEOPLE WE HAVE INAUGURATED THIS SACRIFICE SALE FOR THE PEOPLE WHO DONT ACTUALLY NEED- IT "DONT HAVE TO HAVE IT" ARE YOU ONE OF THEM? IF SO, COME TO THIS SALE COME TODAY. IT'S THE OPPORTUNE TIME TO MAKE THAT PURCHASE. FOR EVERY ARTICLE IN THIS GREAT STORE IS LIBERALLY REDUCED. Our Curtain and -Upholstery Department (Second Floor) OFFERS EXTRA SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TOMORROW AND ALL THE YARD GOODS AT 1-2 AND LESS THAN 1-2 OUR REGULAR LOW PRICES. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CURTAIN MATERIALS (SUITABLE FOR MANY PRISING TIME. ENTIRE STOCK OF -READ ON" THIS MEANS OTHER PURPOSES) COM- TONTO NATIONAL PARK J All stockmen desiring grazing per j mits on the new area of the Tonto N.i- esied in it than the resident of a large j tional Park. or who are interested in city. And that is why Mr. Snyder likes ! the extension of the "Keno she, p trail. The Republican bi tter than the New ! oan secure desired information of V. York Herald. COURT PROCEEDINGS ON NOBLE BUILDING H. Reed, forest supervisor, at the Ho tel Adams, February 20 and I'l. The Whereabouts of John Noble Are Still a Matter o? Conjecture THE ELAG THIEVES j ARE UNDER ARRES1 ' ; It Will be an Expensive Joke That j They Played Upon the Chinese Silkolines, Cretonnes, Art Ticking and Fancy Denim DIVIDED INTO THREE (3) LOTS AS FOLLOWS: It can be very definitely slated that Just after the close of th" 'hinese a suit will be filed today in the distric t j New Year festivities the triangular court, which will be the commem e- ! fiag of the Celestial Empire was stolen mejit of the proceedings to foreclose ' from its staff, along with an Asner- on the mortgage en the Noble building 'for JTe.'Hiii held bv Hugo Ridiards of Goodboy j Irf.yeotr M. IV U.izelt ine .if Preseott nan g m to ; i m;.e to spend tile ctav or i in -lie rite Maggie Maio up had given a party or Mr. New pop's boy hail a sick spell. Of tn he sai l he would call Mrs. Sny der's att-ntien to these itrms that scented then iuit" unimportant and wonder if they would ever be situated so they would find an interest in that s-oit of trivial literature. Itt.t he k- pt buying The Republican, became interested in it and well he is hire now and he says hi' pokes out to tl'.e gate, sometimes before daylight, to see if the carrier boy has overlook ed him in his general distribution of good things. He has learned where Ten pe and Smith's corners and BI11 vill" are located and he has begun tak ing an interest in the big turnip at the board of trade, the winter -ra wherries yesterday in connec tion with the outcome of the niultiiii ditious troubles which have surroi'nd ed the erection of this fine structure for the past two months. Regarding the future of the building. Mr. Ha;:cl- tine was in the dark as much as iean flag which the Chinese had placed beneath it to show that they were good Americans too, at least while they are here. A few days after the tlieft of the flag it was found wrapped in a Silkolines worth -t5c and 20c Art Tickings, Fancy Denims, worth I9lP 25c to 35c I fc-2 Fancy Cretonnes worth 20 and 25c 10c This Extra Special- 'orris- Adams and First Streets on these goods--starts This Morning and Continues Subject to Stock on Hand eyman Furnityre Co. New Location Noble Building. not be served as the officer is quite sure now that they had nothing to do with the outrage. After the boys had been taken to jail two" of them confessed, William Vi'iigtii r and John Skinner and It was also learned that most if not all of paper in a 1'unman car wliere it bad I the others had told about the the.'t of i been thrown. . ihe flair ri irardin"- it as ioke It i one. but he thought that if Mr. Rich ards could get the title to it he would complete it shortly. He is now having a curb and gutter placed around the outside to carry off the water and pro tect the tv.semi nt. The building is mortgaged to the amount of Jliil.oaO and the other mort gage being held by the National Rank of Arizona. There are several small liens already filed against the build ing. Matters are likely to become more As soon as the theft of the flag had j brought out that Tomas Taliamento been reported. Constable Murphy went ' was the athlete who climbed the Hole my I to work on the case and soon had aland cut the flag down. Later in the that the th' ft of the flag of a foreign nation is a much more serious offense in china than it seems to be regarded fn this cmntry. He cites a case that might or might nut have been in which an American flair 'was stolen in China sever il years ago by a lot of Celestial hoodlums. Ry the time the Chinese government got through with it it hail paid the this case l'nit"d Stales J4h.immi. In he believes the Chinese eol- nate day. He would not go so far as to di-' lose on which days of the week he got the double product or whether Sundays or holidays had any disturb ing effect on the schedule. Marvelous as this may seem he made another statement of even more im portance. It is a well known fact that ; the only chicken disease with which Arizona poultrymen have much trou i ble, is roup, and Mr. Evans says no day Wagner and Skinner, not with- group of young men under surveillance but there was a lack of evidence as standing their statements to the of to their guilt. The officer had no ! ficers came into court and on the ad doubt of it but he had not .enough to i vi e of an attorney pleaded not guilty at isi j a jury. to the charge of pettv larceny which Ry yesterday morning Constable Murphy had made up hisvase and took into custody, William Wagner, An tonio Rosas, Tomas Taliamento, John Skinner M.iriunn I.L.t-.n,.. tlL-l ..... ............. ... - jr..j,.i aim ...iixu Raldonado. There were two others in the group and warrants have been is- complicatcd. It is had from a very good , sued for them but they will probably h id been lodged against them. Yellow Dick the mayor of Chinatown thinks that the charge should have been high treason, and that the youths I '-""um ur j-eiiL iu ine penriciinary ior me anu ineir oodles nangeit tn dis grace at the expiration of the sentence, lie told Justice Johnstone yesterday . ony should recover not less than SB".- genuine Riaek Spanish chicken in this oiui. Anyway the Chinese are taking , country ever has the roup. It is too j no chances on the escape of the de- j common and plebian a disease for such spoilers of their flag. They have re- aristocratic fowls, and as the high- tained Judge Raker to assist in the ! toned and popular chicken diseases, j prosecution. ' the sure-death kind, like cholera, does The Chinese flag was stolen a year j not exist here, the Black Spanish have airo at the close of the New Year fes- to keen living and laying until they TAKE NOTICE Every one who gave us orders for fruit trees before Feb. 5th, please call Saturday. 22nd. next oor to orange packing room. De Mund's warehouse, and get your trees, and oblige HALL. BROS. J1 tivitios and was never recovered. No trace of the thieves was ever se cured but it is thought now that they were members of the gang now under arrest. die of old age or secure an Introduc tion to the guillotine. CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corns. 50 cents each. Bunions, Moles, and Warts removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladies and Children treated day or evenings. Opposite Republican office. Phone Red 72. FRANK SHIRLEY. 3sT " -... iB-'r 1. 1 ar'V-y r v Titis s aSim ij A UITII BIT OF BARN YARD GOSSIP Public stenographer at Hotel Adams. All kinds of typewriting, copying etc, done neatly and Quickly. McKee's ad today; lower prices. e' J 1HHIMUW 4. t ipi. v.ingm . HI I) . ' ; I "I Have Recommended" I vrites Mrs. John (rrimfis. of Enfield. Til., "sovrrnl nf fA my lady friends to take Cardui, because it has done x me more good than anything I have ever taken. For f eight months I suffered from interruption, but two fej bottles of Cardui brought me around all right. "When I get to feeling bad, I always take Cardui and j after using a few bottles, I am all right." M Prominent druggists all over the country fre quently remark about the stcadiljr increasing sales of Cardui. It is a staple medicine, that they have a M continuous call for, just like the grocer has for flour pljr f';tl 13 ue principally to the personal ty ''-yf fl recommendations of ladies who have or sugar. " This constantly increasing demand l.sffiip'&i Cardui to "several" lady friends, and ! i'l'ijfU" 'most of those who are benefited by Car- V ' dui do the same. mrs. j. grimes It is a good medicine. Try it. Sold Enfew, m. by all druggists, in $1. bottles. lnjtiri ' XiffW r'te 'r Free 64-page Book for Women, tiving symptorctt X j F, fi XJlVyxV causes, home treatment and valuable bints on diet, ezer TTAI) - nrnn cises, etc. Sent free, on request, in plain wrapper, by mail H Jt I'AlJIK? prepaid. Address : Ladies' Advisory Department, The wGumuc vKMxipwny, vuaiuwcoca, i enn. I P3 Ai-iilrttVfffrrsSMriii r i i ni l'lVii i TJ! M rt. V- lL Jt .ls w&U Q 156 L J-rW?fftlttMargSPi5d!g ,,,11,1 , mi t m y Salt River Valley Chickens Are Just as Wonderful in Their Way as Ev erything Else in Arizona is. The little hint to the poultry fanciers who have chickens and esgs to sell did some pood the other day and two or three of them came right into town and put an ad in The Republican so those who yant to buy can get track of them. One of these is Elliott Evans j the man who breeds the Black Span- ish fowl. I Mr. Evans was met on the street ; yesterday and the subject of chickens and the merits of the respective breeds came up for discussion. Mr. Evans was told of the industry of D. C. War ren's Minorca chickens and Mr. War ren's praise for their diligence and perseverance in well doing. Mr. War- i ren said he had one hen that laid two eggs in one day one day last week. Mr. Evans matched that story and raised the ante. There is no desire at this time to boost Mr. Evans any more than any ofther poultry advertiser but if he can substantiate his statements (and The Republican would be the last in the world to discredit them) there should be a law passed prohibiting pople in this valley from raising anything except Black Spanish chickens. He said he had several hens that for sometime now have been, laying two eggs eai h, every other day and the regular one egg a piece on the' alter- Dorris Opera House Mb.idav Nisiit, Feb. 241h Most notable musical event ff the present season. HENRY W. SAVAGE offers the Gem of all Comic' Operas 4Woodla By Pixley and Luders. Beautiful Music, Rich Scenic Acces sories. An Exquisitely Costumed Chorus. Srecial Orchestra. ad' Seat sale Friday. J2.00. Curtain 8:15. Prices 50c to SINCE BREAD IS THE STAFF 0E LIFE it behooves every family to use the best flour. We recommend Perfect or Daisy Flour They are the reliable brands... the results of many years of careful experience. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Manufactured by VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. Phoenix, Arizona. I.T. Hosey Broker STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN AND COTTON We buy or sell anything llstd for you 40 N. First St. Phoenix Phone Main 232 Dorris Opera House Thursday, Feb, 20 One Merry Musical Night Pixley (Si Luders Big Comic Opera Success "Wi . B..4.U M IlU LI I S9 H Extra Indian School Car After the Show--Curtain at 7:30 Promptly. Weinburg, White and Half aHun dred Others. Original Company, Including the Famous KANGAROO GIRLS. Prices: 50c, $1, $1.50, $2. Seats on sale February 17.