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garments, furniture, etc.,
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Skirts and Jackets.
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styles at popular prices.
Our trimmed hats have a fit for
every head, a shape for every face
and a touch of style above the
Our furniture department is a
new addition to our store and can
be relied on for up-to-date goods.
Tw Itoqi's Itrtt if I Itaqf Ml exa.GSTAIT'.
Rev. Duncan Brown and family
moved this week from Phoenix to the
City of Mexico, where they will make
their future home.
A Nogales firm are going into the
automobile manufacturing business
and their first output will be a "big
blue road devil," says the Times.
A Phoenix residence caught fire
from a combination of fresh paint,
new door mat and the noonday sun.
The Phoenix brand of sunshine must
be pretty strong.
Navajo county has brought suit
against the AztecCattleCo., for taxes.
Hon. E. E. Ellinwood has been retain
ed as counsel by the county. South
George O. Warton, for thirty years
connected with the Saginaw and
Manistee Lumber company, resigned
his position last week and will make
San Francisco his future borne.
The Journal-Miner says that ten car
loads of structural iron and machin
ery passed through Prescott last week
en route to Olendale for the beet sugar
factory, in process of erection there.
Bids for the construction of the
Tonto Basin telephone line from
Phoenix to Livingston, a distance of
fifty-six miles, will be received at the
interior department, Denver, Novem
ber?. Oscar Roberts and John Wright, of
Phoenix, are representing that city in
the steer tying contests at the Albn
querque fair this week. Roberts made
a record of 33 seconds at Phoenix last
Saturday, while Wright was second in
Phoenix wants a dog catcher and
wants him "dog-gon" bad. The En
terprise says that the office pays bet
ter than being Mayor. Presume the
officer, if they get one, can carry his
salary home without a wheel-barrow
however, at that.
The old settlers of Maricopa county
held their annual reunion and picnic
at Terape last Saturday. A good
crowd of old timers were present and
an old fashioned basket dinner was
enjoyed. Governor Brodie and Hon.
Jerry Millay were the principal speak
ers. Senora Carmin died at the home of
her grandson, near Phoenix, Sunday,
October 4th, at the advanced age of
109 years, 3 months and some days.
She was born in Sonora, Mexico,
June, 1794. She was the oldest person
in the territory at the time of her
The white people of Douglas are try
ing to draw the color line in the
schools, but as they have no school
house, and no appropriation for col
ored teachers, it is probable that the
little pickannios will continue to get
their education along with the rest of
the rising generation.
The statement is made that some of
the farmers of the vicinity of Mesa,
Marlcopacounty, who devoted their
time and attention to the raising of
cantaloupes for the eastern market
made as high as 1200 per acre from
their land. Yes, farming pays in Ari
zona where irrigation is practiced.
A Prescott gormand west to a pie
social in that city one night recently
and next morning was desperately ill.
A doctor was called in and was met
by the complaint of the pie eater that
"he never heard of such a thing as six
apple pies hurting a man before."
Probably he swallowed them on the
The town of Douglas is to have a
gas plant, a franchise having been
granted last week to Chas. T. Connell
allowing him to have pipe laid in the
city. The Board of Supervisors also
ordered the issuance of the $20,000
school bonds to be placed on the
market in pursuance of the recent
school election held at Douglas.
Dletlntf Invites DiaatM.
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The rim victim.
The funeral services of Gustavo
Becher, who died of injuries on a foot
ball field at Lake Forest, 111., were
held Sunday at Belen, New Mexico.
The deceased was eighteen years of
age and a bright young man.
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S. LeQuinn of Cavendish, Vt., was
robbed of his customary health by in
vasion of chronic constipation. When
Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into
his house, his trouble was arrested
and now he's entirely cured. They're
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