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EEPUI5LICAN : TUESDAY MORNING,
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AUGUST 20. 1901. ,
"THE DAYS OF TIGHT BLTSlARE OVER"
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GREATER POWER AND .x3
RUN PERMANENTLY LIKC'V
Willi PODIUM IS
NO HOI BOM.S
NO TAKING UP NECESSARY,
BELTS ARE SOFT. PLIABLE AND ABSOLUTELY
THE OCST LEATHER
WATER-PROOF WHEN FILLED WITH
EZRA W. THAYEH, AGENT.
j Another large and highly pleased,
1 audience greeted the; Ruble company
i at the Park theater last night to vvlt-
ness the last performance of "Nell
'Gwyn," which was given In a spirited
' and very satisfactory manner. To
night the "'Hired Musketeers' will be
presented for the last time. As this Is
one of the Ruble company's best plays
no doubt a very large audience will be
Come In and see us and get 9 pack
ages of Coffee for $1: K. S.' Wakeiln's.
Rclieftt' last'-for the engineers of plants Where belts of all styles
are used Cling-Siirfaee. Call and let us :
. r explain its merits
Hardware and Mining
Ezra W. Thayer,
"The union," annoiwt 1 the labor
leader. "Is now In u (1 .anclal position
to stand a strike."
"Will the member receive full pav
while they are out?" Inquired a work
man. "Certulnly not," was the reply, "but
the leaders will." Chicago Post.
124 to 126 E. Washington Street, 127 to 131 E. Adams Street.
REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE IN FRONT.
THE GREATEST OK KXPOSITIONS.
A delightful trip. You can't af
ford to miss It. To the Pan-Amcrlean
exposition, at 1 educed rates, via Mich
igan Central, "The Niagara Fall3
Route." Send your addrtsj. with four
I cents postage for Illustrated souvenir
I when Issued to O. W. Ruggles, Qen'I
I Pats'r and Tkt. Agt., Chicago.
A RAILWAY MAGNATE
Who Finds it Impossible to Quit the
Soma time ago The Republican print
id a ftory about that well known Phoe-
nix railway magnate, Justice J. M.
Burnett. In an evil hour about three
yvais ago a man vvhewe name Justlc
Rurnett does not now leniember,
wanted to Incoipoiate the Randsburg
Railway company. That was when
Ramfcbuig ustd to be heaid of. There
wn pot many tnough of the would-be
Incorporator for the laws of Arizona
tequlted thutTtheie should be at least
two confederates. The pitmpectlve
Under of the Iron path to Randsbutg
' had casuall) met Justice Burnett, and
tu he. took th- llbeity to ask him to
sign the article-.
Justice IHunett has never heard from
his cti-liicurimrntgr since, nor dtiettly
from the Randburg railway, but ever
since those artlcKs weie published to
the'uoild a considerable pait of his
mail has been made up of letters from
mnnufuctuien of railway coaches,
fielght and Hat tats, locomotive people
and Inventors of patent couplings. Now
and then an Inquiry would t rectlved
regarding th pi Ice of stock In the enJ
tcrprlhe. There have been occasional
applications for pas.es and la-Iff sheets
and communlcatli n from officials of
shoft, lines all otr the UulUd States
offering an exchange of court sles.
,Now and then he would lecelve a 'et
ter from an ,M eastern acquaintance
or boyhood friend congratulating hint
upon his lis In life.
Abo.ut the middle of June th.1 jus
tice begged The Republican to explain
to the wtiild his precise tclatlonshlp
lo thi Rundslimir l-ailunv. It was done
and It slngtiarly happened that for two
months from tho publication of that ,
explanation h was tut bothered with
The epidemic has now broken out In
a new form. Justice Burnett yester
day received the fol'ow'lng letter from
the New York Rank Note company,
whose artistic lttterhtad and envelope
are sulllclent testimonials of the kind
of work the company Is capable of.
"New York, Aug. 13, Ml.
"J. M. Rutnett, Esq.,
"Jncorpotntor Randsburg Ry Co.,
"Dear Sir: W would be glad of an j
oppottunlty to bid on the engraving
and printing of any secuiltUs In steel
that jnay be required for your com-'
pany. You will find our prices low and
uur work equal to the best.
"If jou will send us the wording that
you would 'Ike to have appear on th m,
wo will make up a design showing ex
actly how they will look when en
graved. This will cost jou nothing
whHher you favor us with the order
"Youis very truly.
"GEO. A. FIELD,
"If the making cf these securities
Uoes not come under jour duties will
jou kindly hand this letter to the prop
The Justice Itarned from the letter
head that the company's cable addiess
Is "Nybnoco," Abe code. He refrained
from cabling a replj-, but requested Th
'Republican to reafllim that he Is n
longer In the rallwaj' business.
v i AslA
We Have Stuck the Axe Into
Be Wise and Get the
All our stock must be sold to make room for our immense
Fall Stock; hence a reduction of $2.50 to
$10,00 per Suit on all Suitings
in the House
$6, $6 50, $7
$8.00, $8 50
High Price Goods
Join our SUIT CLUB, it only costs $1.00 per week, and
when $18.00 is paid you get your suit anyhow. If
you are lucky you may get your Suit for
$1.00, $2.00, $3.00, etc. ye give abso-
Iutely Free a Suit and pair of Pants
every weektoourclub members
The Leading Tailors
Ross Si Megquier
Honest Clearing Sale
We hay honest 'clearing i-ah for the reason that the goods we offp r are honest qualities, the highest
grade of skilled, honest workmanship and the latest Correct fashions. Now ivc offer Ihla character of
apparel at lower prises than the ordinary Is sold for at other stores. YOUiRE PROTECTED. Realize
that th world's best is. here, all new and fashionable, at money saving prices that will save you from
25 to 75 cents on every dollar you Invest here.
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1 $1.50 Cassiniere Pants for $1.15
$2.50 Cassiniere Pants for $1.75
I $3.50 Worsted Pants $2.25
f $5.00 Worsted and Cassiniere Pants for $3.50
$0.00 and $7.00 High Grade Pants for $4.50 I
ti iiiiiiiiiinitii iititiiiin iii until iiiiiiiiiiini Minium inmiii i iiiiimtmitmiuimiimiimiiiiiir
t Shoe Bargain Sale Cheviot and WorsW Suits
$12 50 quality, Special, cut to.. .J S.CO
S13.50 and J13 00 qualities cut to $9.S5
$17.50 and J18.00 qualities cut to $12.73
(.'0.00 and $22.50 qualities cut to $15.00
Blue Serge Suits
$13.50 quality cut to... $ 8.75
$15.00 quality cut to. $ 9.S3
$17.50 quality cut to $12.50
PANOPLIED "WITH PROOF ,
Hedged About With an Over
' powering Smell. ?
oil College, ex
United Statei Hen-
Ion Kxamlner, niul Leading SpeotalUt in
rnromc ami qinicuu rimca. iiioou, SKiii,
Kidney, Urinary. Bladder, Private ami
Bexusl illieawa, Hnmlnal Weakneis with
cxhauted vitality permanently cured Can
cera and external growth! removed with
out the knife or terere meaiurei. The
reon of Dr. milliard's reroarkablo tucreta la
due to hli lon experience and exLeptlonal
ability In trcntliiK toiiiplliateil and Intricate
itlacaaua. Plato your caio in hla liauda and be
dealt with honcatlr and acientlflcally. lie
racmrwr lie devote Ida entire tlmo and atudy
to chronic dUcaaea. If poaslble Alwaya be
Examined by an Expert. It unable to
call write freely and confidentially. Many catca
yield to home treatment. Itcfcrences: All the
Banki, and prominent bnalncaa men of the
'city. Consultation, In person or by letter,
free. Hours: 10 to 12,1 to 3, and 6 to 7. Office
and laboratory, 'Jfl-'Ji B. Second Ayenue, Hib
bard Bul'dlDg, Phoenix, Arliona.
One day last week Deputy Assessor
W. F. Hill visited Glcndale and col
lected poll tax from the people In that
vicinity. One of the contributors was
a Mexican emploj'ed at Hhst'H ranch.
Yesterdaj1 thd Mexican came to the
boaid of supervisors' office and de
manded his money back on the ground
that he wus exempt, having been for
j ears the Ietlm of a rattlesnake bite.
He had the proof with him. He took
tiff his shoes and socks before Clerk
Ofborn knew what lie was about. The
1 air In the olllce bsgnn to grow rancid.
i He next removed his trousers and be
gan to take off his shirt", so that the
cleik could gtt a better view of the
clean lw, which was In the left leg
below the knee. "For Heaven's sake!'
crleii the clerk. "Put your clothes on
pr we'll al be dead men. The sooner
you get, 'em on the quicker you'll get
jxiur monej back. If the county won't
pay It I will. Of course your, exempt.
Folks that ought to be burled don't
hnve to pay poll tax. Hurry up! La
dles are liable to come In here any
It was the opinion of Mr.'Osborn that
the Mexican hadn't had ar bath since
li wa-s snake-bitten, and that was In
the early '90's. '
a rnnsiDCNTiiAij candidatk.
In Iowa Governor -Shaw -will -not
again be a candidate for the executive
olllce. He- has presidential ambition
and wished nothing from this week's
convention but an eirJorsemcnt as
Iowa's favorite son. He was a gold
standard man when It cost something
to be known as such on the other side
of the Mississippi river, and Is consid
ered by his friends ankl admirers to be
of pr sldentlal
stature. Pi ovidence
Nothing washes the color out of the
calamity howler quicker than a good
soaking rain. Kearney (Neb.) Demo
UlML WSS. " II
t sWSMajajaaMafS a y -. slsssw
6 New 4-Room Bricks;
Lot 50xJ,o7, in North Capitol Addition.
$J25.0O down and balance $8.75 per month.
WHY PAY RBNT? -Callat
v- ROSS & MEGQUIER'S,
The Leading Tailors.
This will be a grand August clearing of every -pair of summer'
shoes left In the house. Prices tell the tale. A faint idea of THE
DNORMOJJS CUT will be found below.
Cut in Men's Shoes
$3.50 Men's Canvass Shoes cut to $2.25 '
$2.50 Men's Canvass Shoes cut to 1.50
$1.00 Men's Canvass Shoes cut to ; 50
Men's $3.00 Calfskin Shoes, all styles for...,. 2.00
Men's $3.00 Vici Kid Shces, any shape for.. 2 OO
Men's $3.00 Velour Calf and Kid for ' 2.00
$7.50 qualities cut to $4.75
$9.00 qualities cut to $5.50
$12.00 qualities cut to $7.75
j $1.25 Negligee Shirts, 85c
I - Gentlemen who still have a place in their wardrobe for a summer
I shirt or two will jump at this offer. There are only about 30 dozen f
I shirts in the lot, made of fine French'Madras in pretty patterns, with
one pair of link cuffs, perfect in fit and worth $1.25. Take O C
your choice as long as the' last for UJv
We are still selling odds and ends of Men's Summer Underwear. Bnlbrlggan Drawer. 25c and
S"jc quullij, for 50c. Colored Balbrlggan and- Striped Undershirts and Drawers, 5Cc quality, while they
last, for 23c. Your Unrestricted Choice of Any, Straw Hat In the House at JUST HALF PRICE.
Shoe and Clothing Store....
We are displaying an EXTRA quality
In RUGGV SPONGES AND OIL TAN
NED CHAMOIS this week. See our
EAST AND WEST WINDOWS. You
get what jou ask for at
BEAR'S Keystone Pharmacy,
(Where you get what you ask for.)
Opp. City Hall.
The Wakelin Grocer Co.
Will sell you 50 pounds I AC
Best Valley Flour for.... VI,VJ
Also 0 packages of Cof- AA
The Wakelin Grocer Co.
NEW YORK RESTAURANT
Mark Land and Sam Chlng, Proprietors. New dining room Is guar
anteed to be the coolest and most comfortable In the city. Flrslclass meal,
at all hours. Patronage solicited. 25-27 South Center street. Phoenix.
We make Linen, Pique and Cotton
Covert Skirts to order cheap as you
can buy them ready made.
Before going east we will bell our en
tire stock of Ladles' Funlshlng Goods
at very low prices.
Steio's Cloak & Suit House
Corner Washington and Second Sts.
Mall Orders Promptly Attended to
CHAS. A. ROEH,
Is again in business and has
opened a shop In the Gregory
House block. He would like to
meet all his old patrons and as
many new ones asjposslble.
1 Leather Goods , 1
Do not overlook the fa t that our line of. Leather GooJa Is unexcelled. S
We have'4 spared no lKtins to make it a representative line of the latest B
and best style.', including the Mundanl morocco, bcal und fancy leather
rocket Cooks, Chatelaine and Hand Bags and Finger Purses. j
.idles' handsome black morocco
leather Pocket Book, leather
lined, substantially made 75c
Fancy colored leather Pocket
Books, with sterling silver
Fine seal leather Pocket Rook, j
leather lined 50c;
The latest thing out, a dainty
seal leather Finger Purse, In
brown, dark gray, blue and
"lack $2 60-
A t,VMl'bBTi; STUCK OF CHATELAINE AND HAND BAGS. ASK !
TO SED OUR EKTDNSIV.B ASSORTMENT OP THE GENUINE
VAUVED LEATHER NOVELTIES: PURSES, BELTS, HAND BAGS,
COIN CASES, ETC., ETC. !
THE BEST ALWAYS"
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