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THE ARIZONA KErUBLICAN FRIDAY MORXIXO, APRIL 3,. 1008.
". Ladies'
White Suits
Only our best ironers
touch them, and every
piece inspected. You v
can tell our work by it's
excellence.
Arizona Laundry
White Wagons
CROUP
often proves fatal when the
proper remedy cannot be
procured at once. Keep
loans
iniment
3k
when the
sternly.
day ended. Bonds Were
STOCKS.
Amalgamated Copper. 5S": Ameri
ran Smelting. OS: Atchison. 73 v; St.
Paul, 117; New York (Vntml, 9716:
Pennsylvania. ll.rii; Residing, 10314;
Southern Pacific. 731: I'nion Pacific.
I'. S. Stel. 33'!.: I'. S. Steel
Preferred, 9Ni.
CALIFORNIA WINE & LIQUOR CO.
Hit
KXX
h.ierrv
fl.CKi
1.2".
1..VI
1.".
1.SO
l.VI
darel Spl. T."
i.o.
Zanfmiiiel 1.1'".
Hureuiuly l.'Ht
iin-llmhe 2 .7 "
i arlieurel 2.00
Sjil pru-e bv lil.
Rleslinff
sauurne
rhassela
Outedel
Serriillen
(Tffia Hlanr-a
spk. Burgundy
J. F. Cutter Whisky. Hermitage, Old
Taylor, Ambassador, King of Ken
tucky and a hundred more of the best
iuality, and a full line of Cordials.
Special price for barrel.
Hot Lunch at Fichelieu Saloon.
19-21 South Center St.
Clinton Campbell
I
ready to apply to the inside
and outside of the throat.
Instant relief follows.
Sloan's Liniment never fail to
relieveHoarvnessloittiHtii.Sore
'liiroal, Asthma and Pleurisy.
Vim. P5e, 60c. anil fl.OO.
Dr.Earl S.SIon,Boston,Mast.
UNCERTAINTY CLOUDS
THE STOCK MARKET
METALS.
New Ydrk. April 3. The London tin
market was higher today, spot closing
142 His: futures. 141. Locally it
j was quiet ami higher In sympathy.
mucins from $11.20 to $41.70.
Copper was higher in London, spot
I Minted at tf9 His; futures. r.9' 1 3s f.d.
! The li oil market remained dull to a
shade lower n the average, lake, $13fii
13.13'i. electrolytic. JIJ.STV-'Sr 13.00;
cast Ing. $ 1 2. '13 li 'ii 1 2.7.".
Lead was unchanged. C14 2s tid in
London and $3.!'0'ii 4.00 in the local
market.
Spelter advanced to C21 10s in Lon
don. Locallv it was quiet and un
changed. $4.B0'O" 4.70.
Iron was unchanged at Iindon, 49s
lid. standard loiindry: Cleveland war
rants, a shade higher. Tils. Locally
iron was unchanged.
Silver. r.'a: .Mexicans. 47.
Shannon . .v
Clone. Cins.
B." Mm. .'nt-
Ciinih. Ely .'
Hancock .'.
Giroux
Nutional . . . . : 2
Sup. and Hob 2
dance on I he 29th of March. Mr. Pen-
12
8r4 son had his phonograph going at
3
8i
i
Butte Ariz. .
Iavi Daly
great clip a ml nil the guest had to go
KAinp to kpoi. mi Thpri wi.rp Vir-
iy I ginla Reels, round dances, two-steps.
i souare dances and everv other kind
of dance. There was a large crowd j
present, some being from Kelvin and
.39 !
I
Troy. Following the dance. Ice -cream
May.
.r.i.
Cotton.
July. 9.BB: Oct.,
9.56; Dec..
I. T. HOSEY. Broker.
1 iry one uepanea in a nappy rrame of
I mind. j
! Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Barenschier ,
j made a record breaking trip to Ray j
I and back on horseback Sunday. They
j visited the drills of the Ray Copper Co. ,
i and were much interested In them.
! S. JJeMund tendered a banouet to :
out any heart In the purpose of their i sme of his Kelvin friends at his res- j
lives. If you lack snap and ginger in j ,ienee on Friday, evening. All had a I
your worldly pursuits, it may quickly J K,HH ti,e and Complimented Mr. Pe- .
be supplied by using Sexine Pills, the M,m(j on his faith in the future of Kel-
LIVES WITHOUT HEART.
We have heard of people living with-
A Variety of Causes Contributing
An Unsettled Condition.
to
New York. April 2. There was little
disposition to venture into stock oper
ations w liiie unci rtaintv continued '
liver the settlement being effected in
Erie's financial difficulties. There
was a slow riovery from the depres
sion in the earlv part of the day and
some animation as the recovery prn-
GRAIN.
Chicago. April 2. May wheat open.
ed '.ijc lower to 'jo higher. 92j, tl
!'27se; si Id at 9."-,ro 92i,c; advanced
to i-3'4 ii M-'i end closed strong at
!93Uc.
Corn opened unchanged to He low-
j er. 6SAit!G,4c: sold at B6 and closed
I steady fiC'lc for Mai'.
' May oats otened Vic higher. :"3ic:
'sold at !3&o; advanced to 3Uc and
! closed i't r.'.'H''.
tonic that cures all forms of nerve
weakness. No matter what your weak
ness Is. if it is at-all of a nervous na
ture, it can be cured by Sexine Pills.
If they fail, the couimns In the boxes
are good for the return of your money.
Price. $1 a box; six boxes for $5, with
full guarantee. Address or call Elvey
& Hulett where they ell all the prin
cipal remedies und do not substitute.
o
SOME SOCIAL EVENTS
AT KELVIN CAMP
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Telephone
Main 177
fci Residence
K 357 N. Fourth Ave.
ii
CATTLE AND SHEEP.
. 1 Chicago. April 2. CATTLE Re-
' ceipts. Mum; steady. Beeves. $4.G0i!i
7. ST.; cows and heifers, $2.00 r,i 6.."":
; calves. S4.756ifl.75: westerns, $4.40fif
FOR SALE -
A SNAP
If you can't tell it by this ad. take
a look r.t it. IK-.' East Van Ruren.
brick strre. i; room frame cottage. 3
room cottaae rented at Sir.n er
month, alfalfa for horse and cow.
r.Mim for Sim chickens, store doing
jiood business, hat 1 must sell as I
have other business. $2,000 cash re
quired. The price and terms I am mak
ing will sill it. My loss, your gain.
Better come today and heat the other
f. llow to it.
felt's Sant
.fill; stoclu rs jind feeders. $3.21
gressed. The occasional show of
strengtli was ieu'd with some dis- I
trust as being caused ry possible sup
imrting oricrations to safeguard the
market against effi"cts of some -unfavorable
development. A further de
cline In copper in New York and re
norts of acciininlatiiifi: stocks in that
metal had to be contended with bv I SHEEP Receipts. 10.000; weak to
those seeking support for stocks. The j ,(k' higoer. Natives. J4.7r.Si 6.S0; west
cessation of soft coal mining was not ! , rns- :' n(H" 6 s": yearlings. SU.2r.fc.
favorable m an advance In stocks. a. T.i: Iambs. Jft.oi.T, 7 !0; westerns. J.2r.
though the feeling persists that opx.r- ; '"
tunity to work off stocks of coal will
further the chances for resumption to I WESTERN MINING AND COTTON.
edvantage at a later day. Some use j .
Tho Celebration of a Birthday Other
Incidents of the Week
was made of revived reports that an
advance of freight rales uiouid be
permitted w hilt si 'initiated the late re
covery of stcks. It was not held and
tite market fell !:irk into dull neglect
The Prices of Leading Stocks at Yes
terday's Close. '
ELV6V .
APCSITIVECURE I
iorlntamrnatiooorCat&rrh I
or the Bladder and Diseased
Kidneys. No cure no pay.
l ures quickly and Perma
nently the worst eaei of
Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no
punter ot hau long stand
in. AB-wutiOy nannies?
N)!d by druggists. Pnee
SI in. or h .-aii. poslpa d.
! ), 3 boxes K.59.
THE SANTAL-PEPSIN C0-
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Keweenaw
l Isceola . . .
Warren . . .
American .
Kelvin. April 1. (Special corres
pondence of The Republican) There
was a very entertaining birthday par
ty held in the apartments of O. ". No- I the 1st of April but to date they
vln.
John Meadows and Miss Genevieve
Middleton, both of Christmas, were
happily married at Riverside by Jus
lice Whiltemore. It was a very ipiiet
affair the couple returning immedi
ately to Christmas after being married.
Justice Whiltemore says that be never
saw a prettier bride than Mrs. Mead-
j ows. Mr. Meadows has many friends
i in Kelvin and they all wisli him a
; bright and prosperous future.
Miss Hickey and Miss Halhert of
Ray were in Kelvin on Sunday and
called on Miss Y. Marquis and Miss B.
Williams.
Roy Hickey of Ray has secured a
position with the Sultana Arizona
Copper Co. at Riverside.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jenkins are pre
paring some musical selections for
services to be held on Easter Sunday.
Truman Philips is assisting thetn.
There have been numerous rumors
about the drills at Ray closing down
Mad
e in
New York
CONOMY is
a considera
tion to
HI
every
man.
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Clothes'
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lan at Ray. on the 29th inst. in honor still running and most likely will con
of Mr. Jordan's 4Slh birthday. The tinue.
guests began to arrive at 8 p. m., be- Henness & Griffin Mercantile Co.
ing met at the door by Mr. Jordan and has erected a double cable across
they were then ushered into the sump-"; the Gila river to the Sultana Arizona
tuous apartments of Mr. Nolan which. Copper Co. at Riverside. It now seems
were f'tted up with everything desir-j certain that tiiere will be big doings
ed. AJ the appointed time the guests across the river at some near future
were summoned to the banquet hall. 'date. A large concentrator is to be
There -were 25 guests riresent and as!hullt and with the installation of
each guest entered be was handed ar-j much machinery times will soon be as
tides of various descriptions indicat-i good as ever. Mr. Harrington is still
ing their place at the table. In this ; In charge of the workings and pre
way. There was a lady and gentle- diets a great future for the Sultana
man alternately all around the table. , Co. Coming back to the cable: This
and mixing up the crowd so that all i cable will be a double one having a
had a ver" nice time. The menu con-j separate cable for crossing and ope
sisted of several large turkeys, dress- for returning; the cars will be large
ing. pineapple sherbet, salads, cakes, I and roomy, accommodating several
coffee, etc., and was served in ele- ' people nicely. There are 2 posts on
gant style by Mrs. P. A. Schilling. I each side of the river, supporting the
Mrs. Mclnterif, Mr. French and several j cable. They have been thoroughly
Mexican girls. During the dinner j tested and are considered very sub
hour a select Mexican band discoursed stantial and suitable for the use they
sweet, soft melodies, some of them ! are Intended for.
being Spanish airs which made one's' There was an April Fool's party at
mind drift pleasantly back to the( the residence of Mrs. Snyder on April
stories of the Spanish lovers. Follow-j 1st. at which there was a large crowd
ing the banquet the guests adjourned ' present. As the guests entered they
to the ball rn,- m w here dancing was ' were told to be as foolish as possible,
the program the balance nfthe even- All the jokes and games imaginable
Ing. ! were played and all had a very amus-
Mr. Jordan is the manager of the ing time. Towards the latter part of
Henniss & Giffin store at Ray; he has evening ice cream, cake and April
been here but a short time and has f fool's lemonade were served. The
made many friends and we all wish ' following guests were present: Mrs.
him the best of lack in future and , Guimni, Edna Guimm. Mr. Guimm, Mr.
trust he will have many birthdays to and Mrs. Piper. Mr. and Mrs. Mar
come, j quls, S. I e.l und, R. E. Brown. Roy
The Rav hotel was the scene of an-j Hickey. ( has. M. Neely. Clyde West,
other large and merry crowd at a Mrs. Stiger. Arthur Sager. Vcnolo
cost no more than
the ordinary kind
and are superior in
Quality and Style.
Buy them from us
and know at the.
season's end that
your Clothes money
was well invested.
Marquis,
Snyder.
Beulah Williams and Mrs.
Send a copy of the Homeseeker's
edition of The Republican tl a friend
back cast. The postage is onlv two
cents.
A QUAINT COMPLIMENT.
seventy -second
clergyman said
On Mark Twain's
birthday a Hartford
of him'
"No wonder he finds happiness in
old age. All the aged would be happy
if they wtre as sympathetic and as
kind as he. He is constantly going out
of his wav to please others, and the
result Is that he is continually pleas
ing himself. Listen, for instance, to
the quaint compliment he paid me the
last time lie came to hear me preach.
He waited for me at the church door
at the service's end and. shaking me
j by the hand, said gravely:
I " I mean no offense, but I feel
1 ... , . . T 1 IK. rtv-oeViinc-
this morning has been of a kind that
I can spare. 1 go to church, sir. to
pursue my own train of thoueht. but
today I couldn't do it. You interfered
with me. You forced me to attend to
you and lost me a full half-hour. I beg
that this may not occur again.' "
VIOLIN LESSONS.
Fountain's music store. AH latest sonjrs
BOUTHERM
PA OOF BO
( WEST COAST ROUTE)
For Summer Excursions East We Beg to Announce as Follows:
ATCHISON AND RETURN S62.80
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND RETURN S62.80
HOUSTON AND RETURN S62.S0
KANSAS CITY AND RETURN S62.S0
LEAVENWORTH AND RETURN S62.80
M1NE0LA. TEXAS, AND RETURN . 62.80
OMAHA AND RETURN S62.80
PACIFIC JUNCTION AND RETURN S62.80
ST. JOSEPH. MO., AND RETURN S62.80
CHICAGO AND RETURN S 75.30
DULUTH, MINN., AND RETURN... SS2.30
MEMPHIS, TENN., AND RETURN S70.30
NEW ORLEANS AND RETURN f S70.30
ST. LOUIS AND RETURN S70.C0
MINNEAPOLIS AND RETURN S76.30
ST. PAUL AND RETURN $76.30
PEORIA. ILL., AND RETURN : 72.05
SIOUX CITY, IA., AND RETURN 66.70
BALTIMORE, MD AND RETURN $110.30
WASHINGTON, D. C, AND RETURN S110.30
BOSTON. MASS.. AND RETURN $113.30
MONTREAL AND RETURN $111.30
NEW YORK AND RETURN $111.30
PHILADELPHIA AND RETURN $111.30
TORONTO, 0NT., AND RETURN $97.20
Going limit, 10 days. Good. 90 days, exceptfng New York. Sales, May
ii and S. Will be limited four months.
DINERS ON ALL TRAINS MEALS AT MEAL TIME.
MEXICO CITY AND RETURN $48.50
June 20. 19'S. Limit BO days.
S&e Evans Fleet Upon Its Visit to Pacific Coast
SAN DIEGO AND RETURN $26.25
Sale dates April 11 and 12.
LOS ANGELES $26.25
LONG BEACH AND RETURN $26 25
SANTA MONICA AND RETURN gog 25
Sale ilaes. Atril ID-IB.
SANTA BARBARA AND RETURN
Sale dates. April 23-24.
SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN
Sale dates. May 2 and 2. Final limit. 30 days.
$26.25
$46.25
Stopovers either way west of Colton. Calif.
Through Pullman sleepers Phoenix to Los Angeles, May 11-15. Call
early for reservations.
Ocean waves of ralton sea and orange groves all the wav.
L. H. LANDIS,
Genera Agent,
Phoenix
a a
a '
M. O. BICKNELL,
Gen. Pass. Agent,
Tucson,

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