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TI1E ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 100S.
Steel Ranges in 40
Styles from $22
THEY ARE FUEL SAVERS. -THEY
ARE QUICK BAKERS.
THEY ARE HANDY. THEY
ARE DURABLE. THEY HAVE
NICE, BIG, SQUARE OVENS.
THEY HAVE DROP OVEN
DOORS. THEY HAVE DRAW
OUT ASH PANS. THEY HAVE
OVEN DOOR THERMOME
TERS ON THE LARGER
RANGES. IF YOU WANT
THE RANGE THAT ALWAYS
PLEASES BUY THE MOORES.
SEE OUR LINE OF FURNI
TURE. Davidson's Cash
-L'4 West Washington St.
A Squint Eyed Young
Lady of Ardz
Failed to draw her desired one's re
gards. So she had her eyes tested
And her money invested
In a pair of new "So-Easy" guards.
They pleased the young man to dot,
For he tumbled in love as if shot,
- And the first time he met her
He said. "I must get her,"
And he offered himself on the spot.
The moral of this little ditty
If you don't see the more is the pity;
You van make it come true,
As with her, so with you.
For the swellest young man in this
(We fit them.)
Arizona's Leadinp Optician.
Goodness in Cold Cream
Means a pure vegetable pro
duct. A cream that is prone to
become rancid. A pleasant
odor that lasts as long as the
cream itself. Smoothness no
lumps, no grittiness. All those
are characteristic of our White
Rose Cold Cream.
LARSON DRUG CO.
N. W. Cor. Center and Wash
I'ourth Arizona Fair, Phoe
nix, Nov. 9-14, 1908. Attrac
Every slice equally nice 100
per cent pure.
Purity, freshness, cleanliness
and delicious quality combine
to make Pettid's Bread the best
bread made. Eat it and you'll
Fourth Arizona Fair, Nov.
9-14 1908. Attractions Extra
ordinary. Lower Prices
on account of better prices on
Glass and Freight Rates.
Medium size ...
Small size 3t
-gal. l)ttle or tin $2.00
Gallon bottle or tin -S3. 75
A rebate of 25C on gallon
bottles and tins; 15c on half
gallon bottles and tins, when
empty, at your grocer's.
Information wanted of Bessie
Greiner, write to father, Calvin T. !
Greiner, Yermo, San Bernardino Co., j
Tiano tuning. Call up TtedewM's.
yp'd Mrm CTn 1
OF LOCAL INTEREST
A DOUGLAS VISITOR. R. P. Ar
thur of Douglas was a business visitor
in the city yesterday.
ON BUSINESS TRIP. H. H. Dwyer
!'of Danville, 111., is in the city on a
LEFT FOR ANN ARBOR Alexan
der Baker and Neil McCarthy left last
night for Ann Arbor to attend the uni
THE DELTA ALPHA SOCIETY
A special meeting of the Delta Alpha
society will be held tonight, Monday,
S.'pt. 21, at the Christian church. All
the members of the society are urged
to be present.
VISITED PHILADELPHIA. Wil
liam Widmer has returned from a two
months' visit in Philadelphia and vi
cinity, that being"liis former home,'
though he has lived in Arizona for a
score of years or more.
BACK FROM LONG BEACH. Mr.
and Mrs. Barry Goldwater returned
yesterday morning from Long Reach,
where Mrs. Goldwater spent the great
er part of the summer, and where Mr.
Goldwater joined her after his annual
stiK-k buving visit to New York.
NEWSPAPER MAN'S CHANGE.
J. Van Eaton, who for some months
past has been connected with the Jour
nal Miner of Prescott in an editorial
capacity, was a Phoenix visitor yester
day. He left last night for Bisbee,
where he goes to join the staff of
writers of the Review. Mr. Van Eaton
is a newspaper man of wide experi
ence, having been connected witn
many large newspapers east and west.
He is succeeded in Prescott by a Los
Angeles writer formerly connected with
HEART OF MARYLAND The new
Third Avenue theater opens tonight
the Raymond company presenting
"Heart of Maryland. A new specialty
team is expected to arrive this morn
ing from the coast to add its work to
the other fine specialties heretofore
mentioned. The seat chart is at Lar
son's where tickets may be secured at
popular prices. The costumes for this
fine military drama are here and are
decidedly fetching. The theater is to
be opened with a perfection of ap
pointment not heretofore seen in this i
city and the management guarantees
a performance that will satisfy all who
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS.
I Civil service examinations will be
' held in Phoenix at the usual place on
i Dctober 14 and October 21. The first
will be to secure eligibles to fill va
cancies as laborer in fish culture at
jPut-in-Bay and St. Johnsbury, Ver
j mont, at $600 per annum, and other
I vacancies in the bureau of fisheries.
!The examination will be in the ordinary
branches, spelling, arithmetic, letter
j writing, penmanship, copying and
practical questions in fish culture, the
.latter being quite important and re-
quiring a rating of 70. The age limit j
I is 20 to 45 years. On the 21st there
i will be an examination for males to
j secure eligibles to fill vacancy as
; writer and telegraph operator at $2
I per day including Sundays, in the de
; partment of yards and docks. The
i subjects of the examination will be
very similar to that above except th.at
the practical questions will be in con
nection with telegraphy and experience
will count for a great deal in the ex-:
lamination. The age limit is 20 years!
i or over. I
! FRESH FRUIT EXHIBIT. Secre-!
;tary Cowgili of the board of trade has'
! secured from Wells Fargo & Co. a
. very kind offer to furnish free trans
portation from here to Albuquerque,
daily, of not to exceed 50 pounds of
fresh fruit, to be displayed with the
Salt River valley exhibit and given
away to visitors to the fair. The ex
press company has surely been very
liberal in this matter and it is hoped
the local people will be liberal enough
to contribute the fruit or furnish it
at a minimum cost. W. S. Goldsworthy
has volunteered to superintend the
packing and shipment of it every day.
Those who are willing to contribute to
'this nice and effective way of adver
tising should leave the fruit at the
board of trade room every day, where
it will be received and packed. Nat
urally there will be no fresh fruit ex
hibit at Albuquerque from here unless
the fruit growers and fruit dealers re
spond, and as horticulture Is one of
the chief lines of activity in this valley
it will be a fine addition to the ex
hibit. When the visitors eat the fruit
they will be more than ever encour
aged to come and see where it grows.
10 bars Borax Soap Tuesday, 25c.
McKee's Cash Store.
SCHOOL BOOKS, TABLETS
AND ALL SUPPLIES.
Fourth Annual Fair, Phoenix.
9-14 Nov., 1908. Attractions
I McNEIL CO.
1 The PEOPLE with the GOODS
126-128 W. M ,hr.r,i.
Opposite Court House
7"OU never saw a more attractive
f lot of good clothes than we're
ifjj ready to show you right now for fall
p wear. They're
M Hart Schaffner & Marx
fgj and Alfred Benjamin
Fiii clothes, and the new colors, new weaves and fa
brics are as rich and varied and attractive as
clothes can be.
In addition to the new browns, grays, tans, and
animal colors which have been so attractive a
fealnre of this fine line, we'll show vou some fine
blue serges, black cheviots and thibets, such as
every man ought to have.
Twenty dollars will get you a mighty gojcl suit;
all-wool perfectly made, correct in style.
1 'jEroP J-
A TUCSON VISITOR. F. H. Schus
ter of Tucson spent yesterday in Phoe
nix on a business mission.
RETURNED FROM DENVER. C.
D. Paddock returned yesterday from
a business trip to Denver. I
A SUIT FOR D1VORCE-Los An- '
geles japers chronicle the beginning of ,
a divorce suit there by Mrs. Henry E. 1
Kemp against her husband formerly '
one of the leading members of Phoe- j
nix and a representative from this j
county in the council of the eighteenth '
legislature. The complaint alleges that j
the defendant has squandered $2u0,o00
in bad speculation and. what is more !
to the point, says something about an
Fall Shoes are Ready
Sir: A splendid show
ing of Shoes of un
H. A. DiEHL SHOE COMPANY
WILLIAMS' GOOD WORK
Al TILE OLD PUEBLO
Three Fast Games With Globe Team
Saturday and Sunday.
Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 20. (Special.)
With Williams pitching for Tucson in
the first game of a double headed this
afternoon, the presumably invincible
team from Globe was beaten by a
score of 2 to 1, in a game replete with
sensational features. Williams was a
little unsteady in the first inning giv
ing a base on balls and allowing a sin
gle which gave Globe her only look-in.
After that he was in his old-time form
ar.d tossed the game of his life. He
struck out eight Giolw batters, and let
them down with four hits. Globe play
ed an errorless game. Tucson did not
score till the sixth, when a baso on
balls and two singles sent in two tal
lies. Tucson made 5 hits and 2 errors.
Williams was robbed of a three-bagger
by the fast work of the Globe left
fielder who Jumped in the air and
caught the ball in one hand.
The second game this afternoon was
won by Globe by a score of 4 to 3.
Myron pitched for Tucson. The double
header was attended by the largest
crowd ever at a ball game in Tucson.
The game Saturday afternoon was won
by Tucson by a score of 6 to 1, thus
giving the locals two out of three.
Globe up to this time has been prac
j WEATHER TODAY.
; Washington, Kept. 20. Weather
forecast for Arizona: Fair Monday
M. Peloso, for years at Commercial
barber shop, now at 120 No. 1st St.,
'artistic shaving 10c, hair cutting 25c.
18 bars Uorax Soap Tuesday, 2rc.
McKee's Cash Store.
I High school and grammar school
bonks at the Postoffiee Xews Store.
Prices of lumber go lower. Read
, the liuekeye Lumber Co.'s ad on
' 1 1
i W i I V i air m
MT i M
i im w . s -mum ' ii h i m i ui i xi. - ii 11 it s
f iano tuning. Call up Redewlll's.
THAT PURE CHILLY SODA WATER
An Item of Importance
It tli f rwt t h; t vcp rnrrv n u nmiiK'to n ntrwlf at
is the fact that we carry as complete a stock of
drug store goods as Is to be found in Arizona.
LARGE FALL STOCKS ARRIVING.
Elvey & Hulett,
A Mail Order if
OUR CLEAN COOL
WE HAVE A VERY LARGE
LINE OF HARNESS MADE
UP. PLENTY TO PICK
FROM. THE KIND THAT
WEARS AND PRICES ARE
SADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
SPURS AND BITS.
40 West Washington Street
Telephone Red 131.
' fashioned Apparel
The McDougall & Cassou Company
30-32 W. WASH. ST.
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lo 1 wj
I Tfci.. FI it .-i- .-m !
TTafSlaf ',xsr V Waf'
you can't come.
I I I I I I I I I' 1 t"l"liiH"t'
I Tablets, Pencils etc
STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. f
11-13 N. Canter 8t.
Phone Black 8071.
'H"I"I I I I t I t 1 I I "H-H
Teas Coffees Extracts
Baking Powder, Spices exclu
sively. A trial will prove our
goods are without a rival. The
ts there. Always fresh and uni
form. An order from you will
mean, to us, a permanent cus
tomer. Valley T. & Coffee House
Phone Red 200 1. Ml X. Center.
In Postoffiee Block.
' RECT FALL
is now on and we extend you
a cordial invitation to attend.
You will find here a large ex
hibit of models from "L. Adler
Bros. & Co." and "The Wash
ington Co.," showing all that is
new and correct in fall fash
Ions. Not only are these gar
ments cut in the height of
fashion but they have touches
of originality in designing that
elevate them Into a class en
tirely, by themselves.
The Next President
will tell you about it
RECORDS by "RHTW Taft and Bryan
on JDW-LXX Victor and Edison
Ten Records by each candidate on topics of the day
9-f E. Wa shington St., Successors to E. L. Andrews & son.
The Store that
See us about our special proposition on these
I ! i tt, i, 11 ; , H, 1 1 I I I
THE KIND OF WEATHER
;; NATURALLY MAKES US REGARD OUR TOILET. WE HAVE A
MOST COMPLETE LINE OF TALCUM POWDERS, SOAPS, TOILET
" WATER, FACE POWDERS AND BATH ACCESSORIES.
fi THE ADAMS
N HOTEL ADAMS.
M l"I I II I I I 1 1 1 1 MiHH'rrH"M I 1 t 1 t M t I t I T t 1 ! Ill tV 1 4-
MAIN f 1 ?fj
15 East 'Washington St.
eerryiiill's Big Book Store
The Thirsty Man's Retreat."
BY THE BARREL, JUST RE
CEIVED. We are selling pickles
at small price. They are
fresh, and none better
were ever received in
Phoenix market. Sweet
pickles, sour pickles, dill
pickles, a barrel of fresh
saur kraut. All kinds of
pickles in bottles.
I Wetzler's Gash Grocery ;
35 West Washington Street.
Remember our phone number is
$ RED 3391.
I' M t 1 1 M I I t I I 1 ! 1 1 1 M 1 I ll
1 1 1 H
Did You Ever Stop to Think
THAT IN NOT ONE TOWN IN A THOUSAND THE SIZE OF
PHOENIX OR EVEN LARGER YOU WILL FIND A JEWELRY
STORE ONE-HALF AS FINE AS OURS, NOR ONE THAT CAR
RIES THE STOCK OF GOODS WE HAVE AT ALL TIMES. ISN'T
THAT SOMETHING TO MAKE YOU THINK, AND ISN'T THIS
THE PLACE TO BUY WHEN YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR
FINE GOODS IN OUR LINE?
F. A. Hilderbran & Co.,
Phone red 2S11.
Carries the Stock
Masury's House Paints
STANDARD OF AMERICA FOR 50 YEARS.
In making a selection of house paints al
ways keep in mind the fact that a poor paint
is dear at any price. The paint that preserves
your building for the longest period Is by far
the cheapest the end, and that la
Linsed fiM &
iuuuui u v
"1 l"l"' III 1 It U i"rl I 1 1 1 I I 1 I r 4
WE ARE HAVING AT PRESENT
A RARE BEAUTY
every Bern in our fine collection
of Jewels is, and their rich color
and brilliancy and unique and ex
quisite settings make them fit
Rifts for a Queen. We have every
thing that is new and novel in
pins, rings, ear screws and drops,
at prices that are remarkable for
their low figure.
6 & 8 E. Washington St.
AND SET UP
If you want to save time and
water and. money, hav your
ditches lined with CEMENT or
HYDRAULIC LIME. For par
ticulars apply to
frenctiy, the Cement Man
who also makes Cement Posts.
Box 182. Phone Main 249.
Hill I1 II I 1 I i I 11 HHIIHIl't
If White House I
Is Belling goods at HALF
I PRICE to make room for fall
goods arriving dally.
The White Housed
214-216 E. Washington St. I
M I 1 I 1 M I I 1 1 I I 1 H'lH
-M-M-M-i-M' .?-;. .1. , I, ,t, ,W. ,l..f. ,t.
t W. A. REYNOLDS t
iil Contractor and -Builder
Plans ana specifications furn
ished free on all work con
tracted or superintended by
him. Let me plan your house
TEED. Phone Black 401.
Residence, 1119 W. Fillmore St
Office, Five Points. Phoenix.
H-H-H-H' t"! H"liil..M"H"M' lilt H
10 and 12 Washington Street