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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, 9UXDAY MORXTXO, APRIL 26,-1903. Pipe Pip ALL SIZES. BLACK AND GALVANIZED, Just received a Car Load. GIVERS YOUR ORDER. EZRA W. THAYER 124-130 E. Wash. St. 127-13o E. Adams St. AND uummmi! iiimimuimiiiiimmiiiiimci ; joim Si Kelli. From Valley Neighborhoods l!i: lilillllllIIIIIIIIII!!ll!II!llll!!3!!ll!Ei!ll!lll t la I J. liaiht iter's field. Bcrnit-c 1 Hiding the golden egg ami the silver egK anil likely uiv Holden the most eggs. M. Saunders was seriously si k I i 'ft ioi a itrw uas uui is no inie to oe around acain. Tk:...i...n t .1 . April .-(Special Cor- , u.r.. . mum. .... ., . horse last Friday and dislocated his "Ri'L flu.uiui-I. xiie IIIJUI was L - tended by Drs. Fleming a:il Keith. Mrs. Collins was visiting in Prescott ; for a couple of days last week. j Angel Pantaeas had a misunder standing with his helper one day last! week. Ansel now has no helper while' Wit keiiiiur 1 i spopiience of The Kepubliean.) We are glad to note the steady improve ment of Mrs. Wilmont Pentend. "y Wilkinson who has been running tlie train Irom I'ongivss Junction to he mine for the las ten days is bac k again with us. Deputy Sheriff Ike Woods was serv ing summons on some of our citizens STAR RUBY four Are the two best brands sold in the valley. Can be purchased on the South Side of BIRQICTT BROS., T. J. PARRY, GOODWIN BROS, and A. A. (ELAYA, Tempe or any store in Mesa. Mi Lend George gave us -another ttt hiti splendid sermons Sunday. He took! n-cnslon to speak of prohibition and! the coming election. He spoke of the, i figures produced by the saloon men to ! show the cost of prohibition and said , we can't put a money value on prohi- bition at all. It can't be made a husi- ' ness proposition. The poverty and misery caused by rum can't be nieas- ; I ured in dollars and cents.. j Scnttsdale enjoyed its share of the ' recent rain and vegetation looks much ' i cleaner and fresher. It was a big helpj to some of the grain which had begUil ; . to need water badly. J I Mr. Johnston, of the Chicago Poultry j I yard near Phoenix, was out to Scotts ' dale recently and got li.il barred rock I i eggs for his incubator. V. A. V. j mmm m m m m m mm n sak 4Q mm mm m mi mm TAM L U UK L U RJ1LN O i fill UAi UllLitJ I UII iflLli i I FOWLER NEWS. j j Fowler. April (Sptvial corres- jionilenee of The Uentiblicnn ). An;;-, j ust liaf liiiiil lias S..1.1 lii:- hoiiKe and I grocery lo M. Haines and w ill move to' nf the of the the helper is in the hands of the doc- last Friday for gran.! and trial jurors for the May term. .Mr. and Alls. ('. W. Piatt entertained the wives and husbands of the Fteur de. Lis club last Wednesday night and all hail an enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. li. S. Ames who came in Wiekenburg the first of the year from Washington iost their two year Id girl Ji iby last Wednesday night The child had been ill ever since bum. Sh- was laid to rest in Round Hil' cetne;. ry on Thursday afternoon a: three - Jot k. The f-stival and bail held by Ijo your.? ladies of th Catholic ch'.Trn last Motday nigh' was nuite a suet ess -;c.:r:n.; a i.ttle o.tr ninety dollars The scholars uf .Miss Smith and the young masters and misses of Wieken burg nti the 17th o" April took part ill a very interesting Faster egg hunt in ! tor. It is reported tha IL W. I'.axer will I sinon erect a hall at the corner of Ta- j gener and Center Street. As this cor- j tier is centrally located it would be j an ideal corner for a play house and ) would be a revenue producer. j J. 1". Heed has made quite an im provement to his store building by adding .Hm square feet of floor space, i This gives Mr. Keed l'MMi square feet! exclusive of warehouse room. ! f A. Purdy purchased the house and I ; lt f William wcns on Jefferson j street. We predict a bright future for : jMr. Purdy. Since serving his relations' ith the Drayton Com Com here he' now has exclusive management of the ' store for the Interior Mining and Trust I ; company at the mine. I ; Jack McQuatle the restaurant maul I the mine he is bound to make some money for himself and also for the . tockholilers. Have you seen the picture Parker bridge taken the day Commercial club excursion in Febru ary. It can be seen at J. C. Reed's store. J. W. Smith the Hassayampa farmer came in wilh a load of green stuff on Thursday. Hugh Springer put up a nice little tent house on his lots purchased from I. J. Curry. Lee and Alma Hell Roberts were home to spend Faster with their parents. IIASSA.YAMPA. Phoenix where he will continue his i creamery work. Mr. Harp and family of Tennessee have moved into the house on the old lirooks place. Mr. Harp is over see ing the place for John Nelson who has the ranch leased. .. Dr. Hughes and the Rev. Mr. Coats of Phoenix, came out to Fowler Thurs day night antl organized local branch of the Anti-Saloon League. Mr. Holly was made chairnia'i of the executive and literature committees. and tin Rev. Mr. Draper, chairman of the fi nancial committee. A number cf people attended tie League Social at Cartwrlsht Friday night. n They are distinctly reliable through ' and through In style, in quality, in comfort. As good and holiest low shoes for the money as any man ever $2.50 $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 n Builders, mechanics artisans and workers of dl kinds wear Levi Strauss & Co's Copper Rirctci Cerill cut !uli selected den'o strong and serviceable ask your dealer has increased his floor space. Kli Perkins of Prescott stopped off i ! ! over Thursday on his way to Prescott. j ! Harry Cow ell and J. C. Reed were! j drawn as jurymen for the May term1 J of court. i Mr. antl Mrs. Jeff Davis of Phoenix I .have been visiting with his brothers . ' Orin and Charley for the last week. j i Mr. Rockwell and Charles (ioddard ; were out looking it the (Ioddard mine on the Utn inst. Nick MeCarver our young mining i man came in town on Tuesday with a gold brick almost $3i"mi the results of a hundred tons run of the tjrijal va 'oarse (.old Mining company eleveo ! miles in a northeasterly direction from Wiekenburg. liesides. the tailings as j say J.'S to the ton which would make , the ore run a little over $. per tor. , j mine run, but if the ore had been ! j sorted it could of run a -ouple of nun- i . tired dollars a ton very easily. Lucky ; are the stockholders in this mine. As ' Mr. MeCarver has a year's lease on NEWS OF SCOTTSDALE. Sccttsiiale, April 4. (Special Cor respondenc e of The Republican.) Periy Shephard is recovering from an attack of grip. t- has been in doors for some time. He and his mother expect to go to Phoenix for a few i weeks before leaving for the coast to spend the summer. K. O. Brown drove into that hole abpve the bridge at Tempe some time ago and is sporting a cold as a result Mrs. Hayden gave a little deception to her Sunday school class last Satur day and after refreshments were serv ed the children were given Easter cards. . Mr. Case;- nas moved his beef steers from this neighborhood. Mr. Itrown delivered the rest of his beef cattle in Phoenix Wednesday. Harry Smith went down on the Gila last week after some steers which he will put on the market later. A lie farmer has been appointed on the reservation here. Joseph Wellington Is out again. His toot is Ilea led but is swollen some yet. GRAND CANYON EXCURSION The Santa I'e. Prescott and Phoenix j will run a Oram! Canyon excursion jn j June. A very low rate will be Sn j effect. $12 for the round trip with the limit of tickets 1" days. It will be run I especially for the benefit of the school children after commencement is over, I but will be open to anyone who may wish to visit the Canyon ut that time. IB If your feet trouble you burn, ache, tire try a pair of elkskin shoes and get the desired comfort for this sum mer. All styles at $3.50 You'll do Better at 0 Outfitters to Men and Boy.s OE o oe! The Christian women of Phoenix are invited to attend meetings for prayer and conference at the Central Methodist church, opposite post otlice, every duy except Sunday from now until the election. May 2nd. Meetings begin at 2:3" P. M. i DARK! LfLEA mm 'AIWAYSWA LEADS 9 lyuytKe BenlrurBranckrl andbc convinced that they are the best, r t; r- EHHURCOITEE EriHURSPICES CuJKSAK!ljL?l)mX'l(! iXm SA1X, AT YOUR GROCER THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. Will be open day and night. Short orders and YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 West Wash. St. regular meala. HATS HATS - HATS We have a lot of pattern and street hats that came in late for Faster, wlvch we will sell today at very low prices. We also have 25 Per Cent Off On all Skirls and Shirtwaists Call and see us. THE FAIR, 212 East Wash. St FOR SALE J . I III Hill U IW W UWWml " I .THE bestaIayS I A- Citrus Stock, Washington Navels Thompson Improved Late Valencias, Eureka Lemons Apply to C. L. Mc Far I and & Co., R. D. No. 3, Riverside, Cal. Specials from Our Coat and Suit Annex Special showing ladies' kimonos line nf long kimonos of good qua satin ribbon to match, material blue, helio. red. navy and black. Ladies' long kimonos of white I made kimono, very especially pr Indies' long kimonos of very fin and small floral designs, embrnl Price Ladies' long white Swiss kimo scalloped edges; the new shaped and dressing sacques. One special lily figured cotton crepe edged with cut verv full: come in pink, light . Price . 3.50 awtiv with colored designs. A veil Iced for quick selling at $1.50 e quality lawn with colored cross bar derv trimmed and yoke of fine tucks. S3.50 nos with colored designs, embroidered sleeves. Price . . r. S3. 00 Indies' dressing sacques in white or colors. lace trimmed, tucked In back, extra well made $1.50 Ladles' dressing sacques of good quality C'rtton challie with scalloped t ilses. in white with colored designs. Fxtra value at 75 Ladies' dressing sncqties of good quality lawn in light and dark col ors, scalloped edges. Bargain 50i" SILK SUITS Of nice quality "Rajah" silk sk irts. pleated, also bias folds, at the bottom. Jacket very neatly tri mmed colors. Copenhagen and natural. Strictly tailored in every respect. Price $37.50 s oap Cudahy s Diamond c SOAP 7 BARS FOR E. S. Wakelin J Grocer Go. Col lings Vehicle and Harness Co. Is receiving new goods daily. Staver. I'nion City and Dut Buggies. Bain and Turnbull heavy Wagons. A big stock of light and heavy Spring Wagons. We manufacture all of our Harness and carry a big stock to se lect from. Trunks. Suit Cases and everything in leather goods. Na vajo Blankets in all sizes. We do all kinds of upholstering of Furni ture and Buggies. Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. Et Adams Bt- next door to Adams HoteL 25c Specials from Our Toilet Section THE "KLEANWELL" TOOTH BRUSH There are ten sizes and shapes of the Kleanwell, so that every one may fi nd the brush best suited to his or her ' mouth. These brushes are first-class in every respect. The Kleanwell is not handled after packing every Klean welt brush is a sanitary brush. The b ristles will not come out of the Kleanwell. 25c Merry mmm ' widow Hats are all the rage everywhere. WE ARE PREPARED with a fine and large stock in handsome display of these hats in TRIMMED AND FNTRIMMKIV in KVFRY SHADK of delightful color. All the straws, all the styles. See our magnificent display. DTI WriC CLOAK AND irnuHkj suit HmiSF "Kleanwell'' sanitary rubber sponges, in two sizes Oorylopis talcum powder 4711 Bhine violet talcum powder Mennen's borated and violet talcum powder 23c size Van I'uskirk's Sozotlor.t for 2Tc size Lambert's Listerine, for f0e size Lambert's Listerine at r.c and..-75 25 25c 15C 20c 20C 40c , TOILET WATERS. Pint size Colgate's violet toilet water for $2.nll size 4711 violet toilet water, for il.oo size Hudnut's violet sec. toilet water, for .. . J2.li" size 4711 violet water, for Sl.'iO size 4711 violet toilet water, for' 5c size 4711 violet toilet water for $1.50 $1.50 75C $1.50 75C 35c SOAPS FOR LESS 4711. White Rose. Lily of the Valley and Violet toilet soiip. per box 50c Armour's Tonic Transparent Glycerine soap, large cake, for 10C Cuticura soap, per box 60C Roger & Oallet toilet soap, 2ftc per cake or six cakes packed in tin hox for $1.00 Colgates I Floating Bath Soap Palm Oval Cake Soap Turkish Bath Soap Palm Square. Cake Soap Tuscan Castile Soap . . . :::::::: J 1 5c Cake SHO ES UP-TO-DATE We are sole agents for Burt & Packard's famous Korrcct Shape shoes for men. Vfen's champagne calf Oxford 3 buckle or blucher cut, made on the new swing last. Price $5.00 Men's guaranteed pat. Burrouta ps. in low or high cut lace or button, straight or sw ing last, a patent leather that is guaranteed not to crack through before the first sole is worn through. We will replace every pair that act otherwise. Price - $5.00 Boys' low shoes in pat. c.ilt, vici kid or gun metal, blucher cut. extra good sole shoe that will stand the wear. Sizes 13 1-2 to 2 for $2.00 And sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 for. $2.50 Ladies' white canvas Oxfords, turn soles, ribbon lace, per pair $1.50 and $2.50 Ladies' pat. colt or French kid. 3 button Oxford, turn sole, military heel, plain toe. very nobby; regular $.r0 Oxfords, sizes 3 1-2 to 6. Special 7 $2.75 Pon't forget we carry a big line of infants' and children's foot-form shoes, also barefoot sandals. Iriccs per pair front $1.00 T $2.25 SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ON LY Gibson-tie Oxford, ribbon luce. Cuban leather heel, turn sole, plain toe: our regular J3.50 Oxford. Special Monday only, at $2.75 During Warm Weather when every family wants the best foods tirepared with the least anxiety, it is weli to call attention that PERFECT OR DAISY FLOUR. will give the best re sults in the bread stuff line, and you will always have sweet, light, healthy BREAD BOTH BRANDS OF FLOUR. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Manufactured by VALLEY FLOUR MILL. - Phoenix, Arizona. Delay is Dangerous Are yon suffering from some chronir affec tion? Make no mistake, restore your health at oiiiv. Aivl expert luetliml treatment. Re member your life may be involve, in treating your ailment. lis"eM which have stubborn ly refused lo yield to ordinary medicine, methods and appliances, are quickly benefited and cured. Have you reached or parsed that Muse? skin, BHfcHl and Private Diseases ith all their detroyine. harmtul and poisonous ef forts are completely eradicates from the ys t"Tu without the use of injurious drugs. lr. Hibbard is an educated Specialist, his refer ence are all the hank of Phoenix, all the county and territorial officials, as veil as the representative buine men ot Arizoua. The Doctor is honest with the sick. It your case is curable he will tell you. If not. he will frank ly o inform yen. Thus you will save time, money and expense, i'ancer and external growths aurevssf'iilly removed without the knife nr severe measures. The knife is a fail ure in a laree per cent of cases. Do not be de ceived if you nave a growth no matter how smalt, whether painlcsor not, it is sufficient and should be immediately removed before it is too late. Consultation Free. Hibbard Build in. 8. Second Avenue, opposite Court House riaza. Houra lo-l 1-3.4-7 If you want everyone to greet you With a smile upon his face. Carry Crystallized Cactus Candy, From Conofrio's place.