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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN lOXDAY MOUNTS G, AUGUST 27, J00O
Out - INTVXLS - Cut Remedies that CURE 2 7 KEGS 50d CUT NAILS prevailir.g diseases. "The heated TARKH. PERUXA will cure you weather aggravates one's CA- nee Today 6 " 30d " 7 " 20d " 7 " 8d " 2 " 6d " I " 3d 11 " I6d " 2' " J2i " 21 " 6d " 3 " 4d " This alkali water irritates ones KIDNEYS and LIVER. SWAMP ROOT is a successful remedy. 13 EAR keeps and sells all up-to-date medicines. Keep your EYES o n our WINDOWS. You Get Wha t You As It: for at; B&ax'& Bear's Keystone Pharmacy JUST OPPOSITE CITY HALL. Per' Pound EZRA W. TilAYER, 124-126 E. Washington Street. ABOUT VARIOUS THINGS A Collection of News and Views of Several Subjects. Truly the path 'C ye penny-a-liner :s bestrewn with tew roses. Some issues ago the columns of this piper an nounced the glorious hews that the shirt-waist man hail won a complete victory in the east, was not only toler ated in the swell cafes ami hosieliies frequented by the most exclusively ex clusive of the favored forty of the 'lOO.'' but it was not an impossibility that in the near future the entree to the social functions of the higher scum of the up per crust would be contingent upon man's coatless garb and hinted at an even probable likelihood of the relega tion of the coat to the relic room and to a conspicuous place for the delecta tion of the coming researcher in an tiquity and capped it off with the mod est assertion that the evolution should lie credited to Arizon-i, inasmuch as Alkali Ike and his progenitors and off spring were the original shirt-waist men. The preceding elongated effusion may be likened to a sentence w hich Mark Twain would designate as long enough in which to travel all day without changing cars, but must lead up to a conclusion that Arizona mankind's nature is imxplicible and is inconsist ent with the expressed views of tlv publication which has as its constant aim a desire to uplift him. The follow ing dispatches are further eXpl inatui y: Prescott. Ariz., Aug. 2U I. U. Hard"", a well known young society man, re turned yesterday from lcis Ang.'lis, where he has spent the summer and all next winter's salary. In the belief that hi:? coat would not be neoessa ry in I'rescott and not knowing that styles li.id changed here, he exchang -d the garment at the city of the Ansiis for the price of a ticket home. Today he sat down at a restaurant, attired in his shirt sleeves and ordered dinner. A waiter informed him that he must have a coat before he could partake of a meal there. He arose in high wrath and went to a rival restaurant and met the same greeting. At a half-dozen other places he was informed likewise and in despair tried to borrow a coat. The recent revival id' the use of the garment had created such a demand for it that it was midnight before he cou'.d obtain the loan of one and then a kind policeman sat in a dark spot until thj young men had worn his coat while appeased his appetite. Yuma, Ariz.. Aug. -'. Hereafter the oatless man is to be tabooed in Yuma. Jt is not cool here, the mercury now be ing at 130 degrees in the shade, but Yuma could not be else than fashionable and to be in style she must oppose fash ions of the east. The announcement in The Republican that the male shirt-i waist, always popular in Arizona, had gotten a foothold in the aesthetic east naturally caused a revulsion in Yuma, and although the hottest place in I'nc-U Ham's domain, the coat was at once brought back into use. At the aristo cratic eating houses and hotels and th many theaters and summer gardens, where Yuma's populace is wont to .spend its evenings, the coatless man has been barred and it is even rumored that the municipal council will issue an edict making it mandatory that the shirt-waist be cover is in public places. d when the we trr "Speaking of shin-waists." remarked a Chicago drummer at the Hotel Adams yesterday, "you shoul 1 see what they are w earing in Chicago. Kvei y evening the cars and public places are crowded with men minus coats and some of the waist styles are odd enough, to say the least. Most of them are plain fronts, rather baggy at the belt-line, like the blouse, but many are exaggerated to the furtherest extreme. One young man strolled into Thomp son's restaurant the other day, with narrow lace ruffles around his cutis and a yoke worked into the upper part of his shirt. In Hector's a man was seen with a shirt-waist topped with a. ribbon around his collar and a real lace furbelow down the front. In all cases, however, the fashion is not carried to such extremes and 'most of the shirt waists are modest, nicely made gar ments, which contribute to a man's appearance." In this place of many gambling de vices one may find many methods of disposing of his coin and it is needle-s to assert that virtually all might be termed robber's games: but this is not a sermon or a piece of moral rant. Amnnprall the many methods of induce ment for a fool to part with his money, there is one that is honest, though, of course, the percentage goes to the tight p'.ace. In several places are placed ma chines which, in return for nickels-in-the-slol. offer up various poker hands, which signify a specified number of checks, each one good for a drink or a cigar. Kach machine is calculated to pay at the rate of two checks for cents, each check thus being valued at cents and good for a lS-cent drink or a cigar of the same value. On each machine the same license. $."i0 per month, as any other gambling device, is payable, but they are said to be profit able in the additional trade which tr.iy bring from men who are radically op posed to other forms of gambling, but. like an occasional liver at the check machine. T f 4 -f is an arkn Dr. Hibbardirn- is nn Hfknowlrrtfrotl eruihr in .Nervous, Kidnf-v. Urinarv in I Bladder flisotises. Hi prr -eminent sue ress is dm to rxreit iunfi 1 ability. Ionic ex perience and mI-o!uio reliability. 11 is methods arc nhvuvs the latest and best. He IreHts scientitieHllv Sexuai Debility hiicI Seminal Weakness, roinpit itly restoring their terrible undermining onditiims. Spec ial and Private disorders with their immmui ons and destructive effeets speedily and perm anently enred . No matter who has lild Dr. Hibbard will cure you it your eae be rumble. Cancers, L leers and External Growths positively removed without the knife r sever in Hsur.s. Test i monmls at oilier. Delay is oang-erous. Io not wait until too lat-. it pontine always b exam ined by an expert. Talk with hint and judtre yourself to his intepritv and abilitv. 'oiisiil tMM.mFree. Hour.-. 30 to V2. 1 to 3. i "to 7. Office ami laboratory. JC.-'i South Heruiid Avenue, Ilihhard Huildinp. i'hoenix, Arizona. THE California Restaurant North First Avenue, Opposite Arizona Gazette. Jast Opened. Everything neat, and clean We give the hest meals in town. with a resolution to adhere to worldly chat and avoid astronomical matters. You have seen the milky way'.'" siys she, determined to interest him. "No. 1 have heard of it," conies back, "but I've never seen it played." And the moon climbs up and sniilts. There are 2,000 miles of railway in pt I'cloi y. Q REMEMBER the STRAW HAT SALE 3 At L. L. PLANK w m Successor to t K. II. Greene ) Theres' coolness and com fort in our fine Straw Hats and Night Robes. AVe must Uispose of them to make room for our fall stocli which Is fast arriving. rttottoeee S Remember the Night Shirt m and 2 Pajama Sale 0 XoiT At L. L. PLANK Successor to R. M. Greene FLEMING BL'K. scoaeaaoaoea For an army of no.flOO men and 10,000 ,hors?s for three months, it Is estimated that 11,000 tons of food and forage, aie necessary. It is a starlight night and they st.oli aimlessly. There has been a discus sion of theatrical topics and his n iml has wandered to higher paths and is amonpr the stars. "Did you ever se "the fisn of the cross.' " ;he queries. "No, where is it'.'" he answers, with an optical sweep of the firmament. "Oh. it is a play," and courteously slides her lauKh. while he comes back to earth I YOUR MONEY'S "WORTH EVERY TIME la what you get when purchasing yor foods at this store. Good weight, high quality and low prices has made F. Grlebel's the purchasing center for the thrifty and for those who appreciate superior grades of coffees, teas, canned goods, cereals, flour and meats. "Lire and let live" is our motto and we lira op to it. FRANK GRIEBEL, Tel. 43. 218-220 W. Washington St. An Open Letter to Our Friends and Others. Los Angeles, Cal.. Aug. 24. 19-.0. TO Ol'lt FKIENDS: In view of the fact of our having changed our place of residence frjm Phoenix to Los Angeles, and that we shall henceforth see you only on our peri odical business trips to your city, we take this opportunity of sincerely thanking you for your loyal and libe. ul support during the past four years. It has been and still shall be our e ' iest and honest endeavor to merit your confidence and patronage. We have fortunately secured in? services of Miss Maley. of Columbus. Ohio, who will assume charge of our Phoenix store for the Fall season of 1900. Miss Maley needs no introduction to the ladies of Phoenix, as she has been with us for several seasons, and has a large circle of friends. She will make a thor ough canvas and inspection of the Eastern Wholesale Houses, putting In a month's time in their work-rooms, bringing with her a fund of new idea?. I which, coupled with actual experience in working up the new materials from French models, should place her easily in the front rank as a Trimmer. Trust us to give her the right goods and plenty of them. As ever, the prices will bs no higher for our own productions, which have Art ami Style to recommend them than you will be asked at some other "stores" in Phoe nix whose Pattern Hats (save the mark) emanate from "sweat shops," and cost "stecn cents" a dozen. Where will you buy your Fall and Winter Headgear? Of a strictly "up-to-date" house of everything and a representative line of nothing? We leave the answer to this question to a discriminating public, which has so far been able to separ ate the Gold from the Dross. Now, just a few words to the ''Others." Don't flatter yourselves that com petition (?) ihas "run" us out of town, or that we "walked" out. We never rec ognized any competition in Phoenix, for the simple reason that we had none. It is a fact beyond dispute that our Millinery sales were greater than the com bined sales of the "whole Millinery Push," and that our stock and assort ment has always exceeded the combined stocks of the whole "aggregation." Just one more word about competi tion. Had we been frightened p.". the passive competition in Phoenix ,lo .;ur detractors imagine that we would have tried to escape it by engaging in bus'ness in Los Angeles, where competition is a seething, effervescent and omnipresent reality? In conclusion we think we nave defined our position so that our ho:;ts of friends, and our we hope very f.-w enemies, may know "where we're at." We're never "on the fence." You'll always find us on one side or the other, but always on the same side; not one side txlay, and the other side tomorrow. X. K. (Meaning "Note Well," but in this case it means "New Business." we're after.) We have sent tj our phoenix Store a lot of the large "Hawai ian" shade hats, of which we hav? roM over nine hundred here a new braid, new shape and very light in eight. Ougiht to prove a wonderful seilr in your town. We send also a small lot of the Jumbo Straw "Ladysmiths." of'whieh we have sold over five hundred here. Splendid school hat for girls and misses, an agreeable change from sailors and golf styles. Drop in and see them. 105"LSt" SCOFIELD 209-2I,Ep,onS'" Phoenix. The Cheapest Place in Arizona To buy first-class PIANOS and ORGANS, Sheet Music and Small Instruments. PIANO IN GOOD CONDITION. $30. W. s. Jenkins' Temple of Music, US W. Washington St.. Phoenix. Aril. Cattle Wanted to Pasture. l.OOO head of cattle wanted In pasture cither by the month or on shares for one year or a term of years, fine feed anil plenty 'of water, all under fence, tirst-rlass rcconiendatioiis furnished. Write or call on J. F. WARREN, Laton, Fresno County, Clifornia. Abundance of Water. The Imperial Land Company of California. is opening for settlement 100.00J acres to be ir rigated from the Colorado river in San Diego County. GOVERNMENT LAND subject to entry. Prospective aettlcra may learn full particulars by addressing or calling ob B. E. RICE, F. LEI9HTON, Areata No. 30 North 2nd Ave, Phoenix, Aria ?1 GRAND AUGU ST CLEARING c p ft rs ra esi pjz an ' uk it AL TH iV in in . 1 M LI T.J F-J Men's 25c W m MM . it ' is one Vast Storehouse of Bargains. Underwear. Men's 25c Worth $10.00 To Close at. $5.35 Suspenders.... Every dollar,' worth of Summer - Goods I JSLSUT VOlOUS BaiaillS must uc cioseu out. i ciii uuuus die g : z already arriving. We must have room. Profit is lost sight of. No house ever presented such a display of Astonishing B a r - A 11 11 t f gams ru Lilian uroKen lots, and, in fact, Sum mer Goods of all de scriptions, will be sac rificed at almost half their former prices. The WHOLE STORE 4 'JffivW If i Yi u " " i ii r 1 CLOTHING Special Values in Men's i Suits. Men's Fine Summer Coats and Pants, Formerly Sold For $12.50 and $13.50, to Close J J Men's $5.00 and $6.00 Blue Serge Coat and Vests, to CJ t C Close at v J" 1 J Men's $2.50 Crash Suits C i O C to Close at vj) I .U J Men's White Duck Pants $1.00 I and $1.25, to close fiT at -r v MEN'S PANTS Will Be Closed Out at Marvelous sj iveaucimns. Already our Fall Goods are arriving and if you are looking for Hot Weather Bargains, now is vf Come in and see the ADVANCE FALL 1 Our Entire stock cf Men s Fine the tJme to 9et them. Only a few days more i Worth $12 50 A 7 To Close at. $JVl Worth $13.00, $15 and fiC $16 50 to Close at O.UJ Furnishing Goods Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, 50c Quality 3 0 C 15C 1 Men's 50 to 75c Night Shirts, for I5c 35c Men's 15c Seamless Sox 8c Shirts! Shirts! - Shirts! A line of Golf and Madras Shirts some with collars attached others to wear white collars with, some with two seperate collars CAp Your choice for JUL See them in our windows STYLES already on display. 1 Trousers regularly worth $2 oo j and we will be showing our New Fall Goods. 1 to $b.uu wm ce viosea uut at $3.75, $3.50, $2.50 and THE KIND YOU'RE LOOKING FOR. Lamb chops, tender and juicy; steak which requires no axe; beef and mutton of the same high grade in fact all kinds of meat but poor meat are con stantly to be found at Hurley's meat market. There's a satisfaction in get ting what suits you, isn't there? We have a long record as satisflers in the meat purveying line. Telephone, 121. P. T. HURLEY, 5 West Washington St., 'Phone 1 2 I will pay 15 cents each for Battle Ax Soao Boxes THE CLUB STABLES North Center Street. Handsome Turnouts. Horses boarded by the day, week or month. HESET GEOBOK, Prop. SI10E AND CLOTHING HOUSE REMEMBER OUR FREE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. mi (RRRfi RRO'S. 4 rAi 'riTnrirT9r $71 The Limit rf excellence in piano construction i reached and sustained in the VOSE No better piano can be made! Costs more? yes a trine more than some oth ers but the difference is more than made up by the enjoyment and satis faction of its superior qualities. Sold for cash or on the monthly pay men t plan. We sell other makes of pianos at prices and on ttrms that del competition. Phoenix Piano and Music House, 15 Eat Washington Street. D. O. AKIN, Manmr; H. O. MORROW & CO., Proprietors.