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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY , MORNING, FEBRUARY' 14,
1909. SomeR in novelties came yesterday, consisting of Barrcttes, Hair Tins, the new Tucking Comb and the prettiest line of Dress Trimmings you ever saw. They are or display today. Also some advance styles in Suits and Dresses. Only a few came in this ship ment, hut these few are wonderfully pretty and the very newest Xew York styles. Come today and see them. J Silks and Dress Goods FINE FEATHEKS U Tho Arizona ostrich Farm Sales Rooms save buyers middle prof- its. We sell direct and can sell as choap as any one In existence, and ive rre shcwinir the finest I'eather poods in the country. They kt hae the luster, the breadth and the style. You will wear the best fij you can uo it. Just call and see us about it. Une Arizona OstricH Farm 3 Display Rooms corner Adams and First Sts. E. T. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. Designers and Manufacturers of ARTISTIC ELECTRIC FIXTURES. Show Rooms 22 So. 3rd Ave. Piioue Main LiGl. B TT7T 4 T T Word to Mouse Wives i je ' Now you know that an important part of most every meal is S the quality of meat you serve on the table. I'hoenix women know Sj that problem ij solved if the meats come from our shop. Steaks, gl ' Chops, Tioasta, Fish, etc., from our shop satisfy any epicurean, j Choice Lamb our specialty just now. Fhone your order. Independent Meat Market a Fhone Ualn Sportsmens Headquarter A. W. GALPIN Sporting Goods for all Seasons 26 TT-ast Waslilnirton. SPORTING ! At Five Points is Watch this space for their SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT in a few days A FULL JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEF 1 Pacific das and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. eceot Arrivals Dry Goods and Notions TTTT 1 1-J W. Wasn. St. m GOODS. Phoenix. Arizona. Still on Earth LITJE OF SUBSTANTIAL FOUNDATION Boose Down lo Hie Basis ol Tltiogs Dependable THE HOTEL BURKE BUILDING Construction Work Has Be-gun-Work Rushing on the ClaraConsolidated-Freight Teams Badly Needed. Work For 300 of Them. Bouse. Ariz.. Feb. 12 (pperial cor respondence of The Republican.) business at Rouse is plcklnK up very rapidly and everything is moving along at a sood rate. Thines are of a more i substantial nature than thev were some time aro. Many people are com ing in and looking over the situation from an investment standpoint. Most of these people are iK'opie who have the money to invest. Of course there are some who drift in. as they do in everv new town, men ly to see what they can get hold of and who are do pendents on the world. There are a Rood many mining people also coming in and looking over the situation and are taking a great deal of interest in matters. Many properties are going to work, some on a small scale and others on a large scale. All in all everything is very satisfactory to all interested in House and it is believed that with the opening of spring in the northern countries that business in I!ouse will be booming, of course the people of House do not want a boom m town lots or inflated values but rather do they want a strong steady growth and one that will be lasting. The Hotel Burke Building. One of the things which look par ticularly good to House is the fact that Ix-nnis A. Burke of Prescott arrived a day or two ago with a force of men and started in to work on his fine new hotel." The hotel will be built of adobe and cemented on the outside, mission style. The main building will require 3H.' adobes and Mr. liimke brought in a force of twenty Mexicans from Piles Quickly Cured at Home Instant Relief, Permanent Cure. Trial Package Mailed Free to All in Plain Wrapper. Piles is a fiarful disease, but easy to cure if you go at it right. An operation with the knife is dan gerous, cruel, humiliating and unnec essary. There is just one other sure way to be cured painless, safe and in the privacy of your own home it is Pyramid Pile Cure. We mail a trial package free to all who write. It will g've you instant relief, show you the harmless, painless nature of this great remedy and start you well on the way toward a perfect cure. Then you can get a full-sized box from any druggist for 50 cents, and often one box cures. Insist on having what you call for. If the druggist tries to sell you something just as good, it is because he makes more money on the sub stitute. The cure begins at once and con tinues rapidly until it is complete and permanent. Yon can go right ahead with your work and be easy and comfortable all tho time. It Is well worth trying. Just send jour name and address to Pyramid Drug Co., 92 Pyramid Building, Marshall, Mich., and receive free by return mail the trial pack age in a plain wrapper. Thousands have been cured in this easy, painless and inexpensive way, in the privacy of the home. No knife and its torture. No doctor and Ills bills. All druggists, 50 cents. Write to day for a free package. AND IF YOU LIKE Coar-snrFP CZurjwpMHT, yours treated thus, by all means bring them to us. Entrust the work to us to do your garments will be made like new. Perfect in shnpe, su perbly clean, as ever raiment yet was seen. And if, erchance, you should decide to have your Coat and Thous ers dyed, the task will not be diffi cult you'll be surprised at the result. We'll have them finished when agreed because we do our work with speed, and turn it out serene and nice at quite a modest little )rice. THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND ' DYEING WORKS. Mrs. Lilur Wilson, Prop. 2H5 E. Wash St. Phone Black 2031. All Physicians Must prescribe some of the In gradients that are contained In Hood's Sarsaparilla-for all trou bles of the blood, stomach, kid neys and liver. Shey include earsaparilla, Etillinpia, ow dock, gentian, wild cherry bark, mandrake, dandelion, juniper berries, pinsiseewa, etc. The combination and proportions are oar own formula and give power to cure beyond the reach of any other prescrip tion or substitute. That's why it is wise to get Hood's and only liood'a. Wickenburg to work and they are working. The first day they turned out 2,000 and they expect to have them all made and commence laying the walls this month. Now this sounds mighty good, but then that is not all. Mr. Bwrke has employed W. W. Cain of Denver, Colo., to take charge of the construction. Mr. Cain was his fore man wlen he built the Burke In Pres cott, and he knows his business. Mr. Cain is now in Is Angeles buying the lumber and other material for the con struction of the hotel and he will whip it to Bouse in car loads. This mate rial will begin arriving by the first of March nnd Mr. Burke expects to have his hotel running by the first of May at the verv outside. The hotel in itself will be one of the finest of the smaller hotels of Arizona or of the southwest. It will be strictly modern in every respect. It will con tain thirty sleeping rooms, fifteen of which will have private bath rooms at tached. The building will be 100 feet frontage and 150 feet back. It will be set in th- middle of the block and will have shi'.lo trees and palm gardens clear around the building. There will be a patio in the middle of the build ing and the rooms will open out on the patio. The inside rooms will open onto the patio and for this reason there will be no inside rooms in the hotel. The patio will be 16 feet wide and 60 feet long and will be filled with palms and flowers. He will drill a well and have his own water works and light plant. It is Mr. Burke's intention to leave nothing undone to have a really first class hotel in every resicrt. This hotel will be one of the fine advertising features for Bouse, as there is nothing which makes a man form such a good opinion of a cfty as first class hotel accommodations. . Bouse now has many people who come In who are accustomed to this kind of a hotel and as soon as the building is ready for occupancy it will be filled all the time. It is expected that many prominent mining men from all parts of the country, will bring their families to Bouse and live so they can be close to their mining properties. Big freight Contracts. The Clara Consolidated Is going aft er business In a way which means suc cess right off the reel. (o, Mitchell has recently been at Swansea and has given orders to have everything start ed off full force. Everything now Is being rushed. ;The oni? principal draw back is the lack of freighting teams, but'these are being. gathered toA-ther just as fast ns possible,' nnd 'Mitchell staled a day or two ago that he want ed to have at least three hundred teams hauling freight between Bouse and Swansea within two weeks and that he would have work enough to keep them all busy from now until the railroad is built, which may be some time, although he states that it will not be for longer than six months or a year at the very outside. He states positively that if the Santa Fe does not get a move on them and get to building the rond from Bouse to Swansea right away that he will build it himself. Right now there are several car loads of lumber stacked up at Bouse awaiting teams to haul it to Swansea, and within another week there will be many more car loads. In addition to this there will be car loads of oher material besides lumber. There are many car loads of smelter matrial yet to come. In addition to this there w ill be coke to haul pretty soon, because .Mr. Mitchell states that the smelter will be running within three months if lie can get teams enough to get the material -to Swansea. What this all means to Bouse Is easily figured. Think of 300 teams coming into Bouse every day or every other day, loading and moving out igain. It means a great impetus to business of all kinds. Nothing makes a t9wn look so full of business as a great number of freight wagons load ing and moving to and fro with their loads. The days will be full of busi ness and the nights full of music. The traveling musicians are now drifing to Bouse and within a short time the streets will be filled with them. -Arizona-Bouse Ready. The Arizona-Bouse Copper company is now r idy for business and within a few days will have a large lorce ot men busily engaged in developing that property. They will put a number of men to work on the Little Butte at once and also men to work on other parts of their property. The Little Butte will have the main shaft sunk to water level, where the main ore body will be found, if it is not found before. Drifts and cross-cuts will be run from the fifty-foot level. The property will begin shipping ore at once as all the matter taken from the shaft is ore, and it is expected that the ore shipments will more than pas tor the development work. This takes an exceedingly rich property, but the Little Butte will do it. May Be New Lumber Yard. The E. K. Woods Lumber company of Los Angeles has had a man in Bouse looking over tho situation as re gards establishing a lumber yard which will do both a wholesale and retail business. This company Is now furnishing a large part of the lumber for the Clara and it is believed that With the Clara trade and all of tho trade for the town building, as well as the large amount of lumber which will be required for the other various min- ng properties of the district, a large lumber yard will be a big payiing proposition. The Woods people are large dealers on the coast and if they establish a yard at Bouse It will mean much for the young city. Morning Glory Working. The Morning Glory, composed of a group of eight claims, about seven mfies south of Bouse, owned by Jack Bellus and associates, is being worked by a force of men, and Bellas states that ho intends to begin shipping ore at once. BUILDING A DISASTER SAYS P. A Reiteration of His Opinion That the Lock System is a Mistake. " New York, Feb. 13. "The con struction of the Oatun dam now be ing built by the United States gov ernment on the Panama canal w'ill result in the greatest disaster to any public work, probably, that has ever been built." This wag the statement made to day by P. Bunau-Varilla, the French engineer, who arrived here on the French line steamer La Provence from Havre. He has frequently as serted that the construction of a lock canal was entirely impracticable. He said today that he had not chang ed his views in this respect. '"IV Copyright 1907 by Oairaatt Adwtitinj Ce.,Ck( Feb. 4th, 1909. Dear Friend: You can tell good coffee by the smell. Blank coffee smells fine. It makes you feel good when you drink it, papa says. Blank coffee costs blank cents a pound. Bad coffee makes you feel bad all day. Blank coffee smells so good that t :. beg mama to let me drink it. Your friend, JACOB. SPECIAL SALE. Fresh Ranch Eggs 30o New Evaporated California Peaches 10c New Evaporated Oregon Ap- . : pies 12'io , New shipment finest Pippin and Permain Apples, by the box $1.90 New Milchner Herring, by keg $1.50 Just received a lot of Mis souri Pickles in bulk and in kegs. A special sale on keg pickles, each $1.50. New Arizona Soft Shell Al monds, per lb 15c New California Giant Wal nuts t..20c Kellogg's Corn Flakes 10c Gold Dust, per pkg 20c Loose Raisins 10o Our walnuts are the largest ever sold in Phoenix. Your Friend, JACOB. You can get these goods at 9 CO WE MUST VACATE OUT! STORE AND YOU HAVE ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TO BUY SHOES FOR MUCH LESS THAN COST PRICE.. WE CAN SELL YOU SHOES FOR LESS THAN YOU CAN GET YOUR OLD ONES REPAIRED. COME AND BE CONVINCED. YOURS FOR BARGAINS, .THE Alkire Co. SHOES EXCLUSIVELY, i&W ills. 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