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AlilZOlX' REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING-, JULY
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PUMP YOUR WATER WITH A
"JACK OF ALL TRADES"
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
Come -foul see it at play.
Gnsolfnc Engines for all purposes.
Ezra W. Thayer
124 to 126 E. Washington Street. 127 to 131 E. Adams Street.
REMEMBER THE QR.BY HORSE IN FRONT.
I The Churches j
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Rev.
W. I. Rice vvl'l preach In the Ch-Is-tlan
chinch on tomorrow nt 11 o'clock,
btt thete will be no evtnlng service
PRESUYTERIAN CHURCH. Set I
ecs tomoriow ns follows: Sabbath
school, 0'45 a. in., pi caching by the
pastor. Rev. Lapglcy A, McAfe, II a.
m, evening set vice, 7 to S.SO will be a
combination of Y. P. S. C. E. anil
Pleaching service. All ate cordially
M. E. CHtlRCH, SOUTH Center
arid .Monroe streets, 1!. A. Row 'and,
pas-tot. Hubbath r -ho.-.l rt 10 a. in., Dr
H A Hughes, sup :!: .c. dent: preach
ing nt 11 a in. w.d f ,. n by th pas
tor; Junior League at ) p. m.. Mrs. A.
D. Alsop, superintendent; Epworth
League at 7 p. in., subject, "A True
Phllantluopy," leader. Miss Alsop. A
cot dial Invitation to all.
All acioums due the Arizona Hay &
Gialn eompanj should be rcttled at the
Golden Eagle x'abta.
C. M. STURGIS & CO.
$15 Duggy name?, all nand-made.
N. Porter's, H2 East Washington.
CONSTRUCTION WORK BEGUN
New Power Plant of Phoenix
Light and Fuel Company.
Wo ik has b en actively begun on
ihe nuiv electric povvr lino to be con
ducted h the rhoenlx Light St Power
qompany between this city and Its
rtopoed new plant at the Junction of
tlie tilg Cross-cut and the Ailzonn
nnnli, neatly twntv-flve miles north
tast of the city.
For some time poles have been nr
llvlng In the rallioad nr!. and two
more riii loads came eMerda. Seven
catloads hav now been received, hut
that Is onlj a beginning. The poles
are bought In Oiegon, though some of
th:m ate fuinKhed fiom t'ae east. The
two cnrlouds ariivlng vettetdnv nine
fiom Michigan Pole have hi en cat
let d for wif distant e. biglnnlng at
th other end rl the line and wot king
this way- The route for the pil . has
In en Fiiivejed and tltf stakes et for
the noli the ntlre distance
Detnl plans fm the two power sta
tions on the line wete received r -eently,
and ye(erdav iKurvejot H r
Roblnron and Mr George W Pttirt -vnnt,
the consulting engleer. 1 ft for
these points to make the n eary
surveys for b ginning the ivotk of construction.
,3 AMUSEMENTS ?
tfyrvra&ttf . (v y?4T v7 v
P.EMEMItF'R tut; gami:.
The original Huston Similiters ladles'
champion Imsel.all 'ub, v ho are mak
ing an extetive lo'tti f this (Oiinti.
travelltvg In their own spcilf.l silate
car, will play the moft novel, Intclest
Ing and exciting game of ball with the
Phoenix DeMund club that has ever
, been wltneaed In this town This tilth
of lady ball inyprs hfis caused thou
sonds to applaud and marvel at .their
wonderful playing. Yhe Roston ISlootn
er gills ate without doubt the gieatost
club of lady bafCbnil pittyeni ever or
ganized, and are In. no wnv connected
with any other so-called hloonter club.
The' I5o"!on Illoorn-is, tinner the man.
ttgement of W. I. Xeedlnm ha hecii
-uece-'ful for th pavt slv .seasons,
touting the urn them and vetein coun
tries. Thtlr tftimrknble sum ess dm Ing
the short time they have been In this
art of the country Is onl a contlnua
ttlon of the former stictiss they have
met with evoryvvhete thev have visited.
I-adles can attend the game without
any fear of beln offentled as nothing
will be wild or one that -would shock
the most fastidious. The giouuds will
, bo the Baseball patk. Phoenix, and will
yle enclosed with n large anvas fence,
v Including plenty of "eat- Game. :i p.
in. Admission to gr minis, SO cents,
BOSTON STORE t
X BOSTON STORE
I Sacrif icino; Sale !
o p at oao etMtww
SPECIAL FOR' TODAY
A very large audience greeted "he
Jtuble comrmny lnut rigltf nt the Patk
theatre when they produced the well
knftwn emotional play i:ttt Lynne
The perfonimnce throughout wns llr-H
olasrt. Hast Lynne will be tepeated
tonight for the lait time
Labor In the vomit Is In gieat demand
and the negroes nto better paid than
thoy have ever b en In their lives.
1f 1 ry
Worth 75' Cents Each
Mnll Orders Promptly Attendee to.
THE BOSTON STORE
N. DIAMOND & BRO.
Comer Washington and Second Streets, Phoenix, Arizona. j)
NDW HAT FROM PORTO RICO.
One of the things our new Islind ios.
ei'Ions has hn.uijltt us Is a new kind
of summer hat. It comes from Potto
Rico and Is- made of woven grass.
The color Is a brlg'nt 'tan. the ahape Is
the I'd'r"a nnd the tAst, I, small. The
ha' has not beewtto very popular yet,
but w few are seen in New York streets
nnd many more In the suburbs.
In Its simples, form the hal has a
wide band of the same material and the
Mine color wound mound t'ne crown,
but feme of the bandd are dye J red and
blue, and Mho huts ornamented with
these are very g'ay inde d. A variation
fiom the U3unl form H a sombrero
The Wakelin Grocer Co.'s
ml College, ex
t'u I toil HtHtpal'cti.
Hon KxMiilncr, mid Leading SnectaSUt In
citroniD ano iiiiiicuii ihmi, iiiooii, hkIii,
Kidney, Urinary, Bladdor, Private Hnd
Bnximi dUiKscn, nmlnul Weakness with
exhau.ti'd vitality pcrmitiu-iitly cured. Can
cers ami cxicrtml growths removed with
out tho knife or Hevvrit incanircx. Tito
reHoii ol Dr Iltbbitrd'i remftrlnlrio Kiiccrm la
due to lit Iouk exruriciim n(J exccptloiml
nbllltr lu trmtliiK (omnlltHteil nml IntrliHtu
t tllspnkca I'lnio j on r in no in hl limida ami )o
ucnu wan iioiiraiir Him KCICIIIIIIIHIIV. Kc
member hu ilovnte lil entlro tlroentul atttilr
to chronic 0Iihc. II pottlblo Always be
Examined by an Expert. If unable, to
cull wrllB (reclyiuiit-KMiliik'ntlKllj' Jluny eaaea
Tlelatohoinu trvHtmvnt. Itetireiicca: All the
Banks, nml prominent bmlmx men of the
city. Oonaultation, In pemon or by letter,
free. Mourn' 11) to 1, 1 to .t, nml A to 7. Odlro
Klul I Kbutntorjr, WJ ri. beitiiul Avenue, Illli.
br.l li.il1 lilii;. l'liuinlx Ailxntia.
Canned Oysters and Salmon
I Very Pine.
While you are inspecting thcru, don't neglect
their Full line of
AMOLE SOAPS. .
Sole Agents for BOSS; FLOUR.
The Wakelin firocer Co.
shape wi h an extra wide brim.
The advantages of the hats are light
ness and coolness. The si.ghtest br ezc
penetrates t'he woven grass. Tho prin
cipal ll--advan'.age Is that If once wet
they shrink, nnd to counteract this ns
far aA jiosslble each hat contains ci
stronfr leather sweatband. X. Y. Sun.
Tl.ls weather makes tilte average man
as cross as a banker out of balance.
FOR SALE. AH kinds of improved and
unimproved city and ranch property.
Best values In orange groves and or
ange land to be had in the valley.
Well located 5 and 10 acre lots.
I have 160 acres of alfalfa within five
miles of Phoenix for sale at a great
bargain. If jou want to DUY 160 acres
ask for particulars. If you merely want
to gtatlfy Idle curiosity please don't
Inquire nbout It.
$4,000 equity In elegant 11-room house
In suburb of New York City, thlrty
flvo minutes from business center, to
exchange for residence In or near
E. A Spaulding
No. 41 Wast Adams Street.
FlFIELD & GALLAGHEP
Booms 11, 18 and 18 O'Neill Hulldlnt.
P. O. Box 573.
9 iifiilii v44M'l 999'M' v 'M'vfl' y
CLEAN-UP SALE j
THIS SKXSATIOXAL SALIC WILL 5E LAUXCMIBn AT (.OLnnEIlfi'S THIS MORN-
J NO AT 7 O'CLOCK, with valued Unit c justly sinil pioiully proclaim tho rainlot ever oircrcd J
the peojilo of Phoenix. Summer goods must ;ro! Prices have been cut, ripped and slashed in ,
........ .I....nl...niil .... n..n ntiA nf f 1 1 rt trtvn in tl.rt vlt.ii Ttf .i,w1 ni-ifif Sitivn luuil fnnrnl. W
C'll-JJ lll'ffcll Illll-Jll, JiUlll UIIU Ulill Ul I liu aii-flf 11 mi; lllll-l. v. v-v mn imuiuc ,it,v. ,..,t ...n".
ton. It i a n'ot o bargains that will jam thN -tore to it- limit. 1 Fore's the first shot: Those
(.(.1 on sale, not for one day, hut all day and every day till sold out. What ever you do don't
Akn Cam a Shoos, just what von want for the prcHMit hot weather: .$1.,")0 Canvas Shoes for z
.s."e; .$-.0() Cnnjs Shoo for SU.")-, .$'... ',0 Canvas Shoes for S1.&5: $:!.:i0 and $1.00 Canvas '!
Shoe-, for $;!?. Come in and -ee u. If wo ple.i-e vou, tell others; if we don't, toll us. J
CLEAN-UP SALE OF
Soft Negligee Shirts, per- JC
cale,worth 50c, for LJj
Men's Madras and Percale, somd
with two separate collars and a
pair of cuffs, others with collars
and cuffs attached, worth rA
75c, for cfU v
Men's Genuine Madras, Cheviot and
Oxford Cloth Shirts; golf and neg
ligee styles; good values OPn
at $1.25 for 03 L
Men's 25c fancy and halbriggau
Undershirts and Drawers,
Men's 50c Balbriggan Shirts and
Drawers,with double seats ) f" p
per garment J v9 v
Men's 75c Balbriggan, Lisle Thread
and Fancy Underwear cheap at
75C, per gar- jf-
CLEAN-UP SALE OF MEN'S
AND BOYS' STRAW HATS
Boj'.s' and Men's Crash Hats, worth
75c and 50c, for 25c
Children's Mexican Plats, your choice
of any in the store for 35c
Boys' Straw Hats, 50c values for. ,.25c
Men's Straw Hats, the 50c kind
Absolute choice of the finest Men's
Straw Plats in the house, none re
served, $2.50 and $3.00 values cut
Choice of the finest Men's Straw Hats,
usually sold for $1.00, for 50c
THAT GREAT SALE OF
Men's $7.50 and $S.oo Suits in this
sale for $4.90
Men's $13.50 and $15.00 Suits in this
sale for $8.95
Men's $10.00 and $12.50 Flannel Suits
in this sale for $6.90
$5.00 Blue Serge Coats & Vests $3.65
$7.00 Blue Serge Coats & Vests $5.25
Men's $16.50 and $18.00 Suits in this
sale for $12.50
Shoe and Clothing Store....
We are overstocked, not being able to
secure Htore room when we expected
to, and must sell our entire stock at
very low prices. Come and see our 23c
Shirt Waists; also our J1.C0 Skirts.
Steio's Cloak & Suit lionse
Corner Washington and S cond Sts.
Mall OrJ rs Promptly Attended to
OBSERVATION CAFE CARS
Just Put in Service on the Famous No.' 8 Train.
Kansas City to Buffalo, New York
... and Boston Via the Great
Length TO feet, ISroad Vestibule, Electric Light. IS seats .p. Cafe S In private
Dining ISoom. Llbtary and Smoking Itoom In Observation end of car seating
H i)er.ons. Magnltlcnce combined with simple elegance.
If you are going to New York or IJoston, take this Train No. 8 and SAVE
A DAY. Write for iarticulars.
C. 'S. CUANE, G. P. & Tkt. Agt UOSS C. CLINE, P. C. P. Agt.,
St. Louis, Mo Log Angeles, Cal.
To the misers of HOGS vie want to
tny ve have a REMEDY for CHOI
EltA that H u SUCCESSFUL remedy,
having been made by m during tho
greti'u HOC, CHOLERA EPIDEMIC in
KANSAS in 1SS1 and curing 90 per cent
of the cased. Wo have It In ixmnds
or quantity. BEAR'S HOC, CHOLERA
euro It no CHEAP powder for your
money. It has been tried and found a
success. ISI3AII makes It and sells it
BEAR'S Keystone Pharmacy,
(Where you get what you ask for.)
Opp. City Hall.
HAVINC3 PURCHASED THE. .
ol C. II. Wheeler, next door to tho P. O., I am
better prepared than ever to aerve the public
nllli ttio bestot mcftts lit Arizona. Come and
A.. WEII.EP., Proprietor.
Formerly of Center Street Market.
Dr. Slayton iays:
The Englhsh Kitchen keeps
their cook room In absolute
clean condition and the quality
of their food, together with good
service, entitles them to liberal
Madame Corhort Says:
I have patronized several of
the restaurants In Phoenix and
I have found the English
Kitchen gives the best variety
and the best 6ervice of any.
The English Kitchen Restaurant
Tom Oo. 25-27 N. First Street
Cool! Cool! Cool
Go to Lash's new Ice cream parlor
to get cooled off. We have the
coolest p'aoe In town. The Master.
piece Five Cent Cigars will suit you. Next to Mclvee's. No. 11 North First Ave.
NEW YORK RESTAURANT
Mark Land and Sam Chlng, Proprietors. New dining room Is guar
anUel to be the cooUst and most com fortable In the city. Firstclass meals
at nil hours. Patror.age solicited. 25-27 South Center street. Phoenix.
A little Hem that 1 Into 'stinc to every latfv. and nn sale for this d.iv only. I
, - . , -- --.
10c Colored Borders to 6 l-4c
20d Plain HemstStched to 12 l-2c
25c (Embroidered Hdkfs to 20c
3 for $1.00 Embroidered Hdkfs lto....25c
All others rrtnrkcc! accordingly.
Remnants Lots of Interesting bargains on this counter.
"1HE BEST ALWAYS