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1900. All the Ammunition Used at the Jerome Tournament How about that "HEATING STOVE f3 7 1 Isn't ii about time thai yon had it ' "Blacked and Put Up mrm jL jl THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER Wno on if 1 Drop a Lias to D. K. BLRT5S and have :t attended to. 'I'eU'i'ltLirif 'Ml. ;!1 Kant AV:isiinoidi Strtrt-t. By the Phoenix team was furnished by us. And, by the way, notwithstand ing the unfavorable conditions, the Phoenix team had the high average through the tournament. Nearly all the best shooters in the Valley us, ,.ur .1 ininuni.Lion. That al ie one of the best r.-.-,,hiiiieii l.il ions mir .tuimiiiiil ion could have. If y..u want to shoot fresh ammunition, a in mil n i 1 ion that will Kill, bny tins lhat is the only kind We earry. 'J'beu. niir pi i. e on tin- b...-;t i.ut-s i.f shells, is usually lowr-r than others) charge you for heap -miff. PINNEY & ROBINSON, Tlie Gun Store. Established lS3. 40 N. CENTER ST., Phoenix. !T1;LmiVrira ti A ti 13 1 V li rid on Ru Hear I Sslf COMING OF THE MOBILES Tour Are Already in Operation in Phoenix. Four months as.i Phoenix ha 1 never boasted the possession of an automo bile, but now she has four, with a prospect of many more. Prof s -or V. IS. Creagt r was the owner of the firs: machine, and Mr. J,. 1). Copeland brought in the next one. ltoth of these were of .'the steam power variety and it remained for a Mr. Young, an t astern maker of bicycle tires, 'to bring an elec trical auto into the Salt River valley. His machine has arrived und will bo put into operation in a few days. Tr. J. M. Swetnam was the next -investor and yesterday he received a new 'Win ton motor carriage, probably she finest mobile that will be seen here for some time. It is a very handsome carriage and attracted much attention when given its trial trip yesurday. It de rives its motor power from gasoline and is capable of a speed of over twenty miles per hour, and is the same type upon which the inventor and a news-paper man made the trip from New York to Cleveland, 707.4 miles, in Do You Want to Go a Fishing Bring Your Gash Bail and Try This Place We will guarantee, you can ca'ch 'em. Fancy Fat Family Mackerel Fancy Scaled Smoked Herring Fancy Chrcrnarty Bloaters Fancy Ice Cream Codfish Fancy Snow White Codfish in the whole. Just Arrived Nice Fresh Fat Fish at Lowest Prices at the Store That's Always Busy. McKEE'S CASH STORE Pemberton Mock opposite court house. Telephone 2C3. forty-seven hours and thirty-four min utes. Several of the winter visitors to Phoenix are owners of automobiles and are expected to btinff t'ntir ma chines with them. In fact, it is be lievtd that there will be eight or t n autos in operation before si: inc. H nseim-n and vehi.de dealers, how et r. are not yet frightened by the coming of 'the hor? -less carriages. A local d-al, i- st.u.-d y. .-tet-.tay thai there was no ft-ar anions vehicle man ufacturers lhat tile automobiles would tit in seriously upon their business and thai nearly all the f.ictori-'S were running- at -their In -I capacity and had been lining so for the jast few i ars, the popularity of the bicycle and the imos notwithstanding. A promin.-at iveryman stated that it was likely t) 'v several years before the prices of the motor carriagts came down within rea.-h of the majority of the people, and even then there will l.e a great number of men v ho get too much en joyment from handling the ribbons to allow the mobile to replace the horse. ii "We were too busy to adver'.i . r; e ,: -. --thing is upside down and prices cut in two. Brussels carpet at $1 per yard; $1 all wool 3-ply at SOc; S.lc Peerless Ingrain at 70e, 7CiG0e, 65io0c, uj4i)c, 45 "Oc: KO patterns of meriting at 21e to 61c per yard. Everything that goes in a home at East ern Prices. Come and see us. We want your trade. RlCHMONDDAYLUESLEV I3GUSE riRNIS'ittlG CO. 21-23 ELLINGSCN BLOCK mm ii ii. - HAVE ARRIVED Our stock of this famous brand is now complete 1 I yyiii 0b SIXTH AViNUE AND ADAM 3 ST. IJJew OPENS November 1st. and i?irst-Clas3. Mtwlern Family ITofl. Not a Snnitiiriuir. Tolfpfiun i'ltl for thi present. 1 1 1 m m m Investors in real estate can find many interesting items on our list. The Rvatis Loai & Investment Co. A FOP.MEE POSTMASTER W.A.Hall Visits Phoenix and Sajs Nice Things About the City. V. A. Hall and J. P. M:s--ie of San Fi-ancisc-o arrived here yesterday and are registered at the Hotel Adams. Mr. Hall was forjr.t rly postmaster of phoe nix and left here about nine years ao, Koinvr to San Francisco, where he i-n-tjaired for a time in the real estate bus iness, in which he prospered greatly till the bottom fell out of things Ken-i erally. after which he took up milling. ' a line he hail followed more or less all his life and in wiiich he has ma le and is now making a jTivat succlss. re;re- j senting some of the best known cap italists in the country. Mr. Mossie is alsj a mining investor and their visit here is for he purpose of lookins up certain properties. It is Mr. Hall's first visit to Phoenix! since he left here, though he has passed through other portions of the territory frequently. He took a drive over the city and its environments yesterday and after he tiad taken a good look at the town he said it was the most progressive, prosperous, clean-est, prettict't and up-to-date plaee of its size that he has seen in two years and a half, and during that time he has traveled all over the coast from , Mazatlan. Mexico, to Puget Sound. lie noted tiie many new business blocks and as for residances. he was simply ; lost when he got away from Washing- j ton street and could hardly recognize ( the house he used to live in. He is greatly pleas, d to so- the re- ! markable changes for the better and indicts a wonderful future for this ; city and valley. Speaking of j-ts ntc-ds he said that the on? and only great need was waur storage and that the j people cf this region should bend ev- 1 fry energy toward securing it. There should be harmony of action and no . giving up the fight till the quisiion was solved. Meitti.'.n was made of the late drouth and he gj;d Plueiiix had no reason to be discouraged on that account. The drouth has be-n almost universal all nvi r the coast and southern California lias suffered vastly more thai; Arizona. Mr. Hall wiil leave this morning f r Crown King to visit his brothers and j look after soma business masters, oui will return in three or four days, alter which he and Mr. Mossie expect to go to Sonot-a on mining business. v.etk with a small ("anee. out the for mal conniic:? -eiiient will occur with a. hop scheduled for next Thursday. As yet the piegramme at the Country club is necessarily awaiting the building of its home on the property "west of Five Points, but the entertainment list is expected to inclu.'l. golf tourneys, dances, card uni ties and tiny number of other forms, of diversion. la the musical line the Orpheus club will naturally be the chief factor. A.t a meeting of the c'tfb Tuesday evening at the home of Mis. j". K. Walker plans were dist-usse.i for the winter's work. There are ab eat twenty-five nie-aibt-rs. till enthusiastic, and many of tln-m wry capable musicians. Tii-J Pn sby teiian cht'i.-h lias b. en cIiommi as the meeting p'aee of the clnb and .Mr. A. M. Cera. mi will 'take ti;-. letibrsh-p :n case he conies from San Fr.in-.-i.---o to foetid the winter. U is probabl,- that two or three conceits will be given dur ing toe winter. DEKOCZATIC CLLE3 Bind Themselves Together in a Terri torial Association. Representatives of th dem.nratir ciubs of tiie territory nv-t in the r.o:ro of the Young Men's Democratic club yesterday and form.d ti t- rri.virial or ganization. Constitution and by-laws were adopted, and the follr wing o!H cers were elteted: f'resi dent, 10. S. Ilusseil, Phoenix: SiCi t tary, J. D. I.oper of Mesa: u. asurer, L. It. Kreu ger of Phoenix. T'ititt-c-n vice-pre.-.i-olents were ;ilso named. Vernon L. Ciark of Phn-'nix w.ss fl.cted vicc-pi esiil.-r.l for Ari.oiia for tlie national asso- i.i'tion of d;ino"i ati- W'-l'iT f fiif.'jr'iTJC 3 A dul't. t'.irobbinT p-'. i r.. .iceompanteil ty a sens. of tenderres.-. tind hetit. lew '.lo'.vn m Tin .vie, -.vitlt an oeca.-.ional blioorin- ptiin. indica. s inl!'iniuiation. "r. ''x;imin.--t.ii m it will be found that tin- region of pain shows some swelling- This is the tir-t str.e of ovaritis, inllauiinalion jf the ovary. If tie' roof of your house e.').ks, my sister, you have it tixed at once ; why not pay 1 lit; same respeet ti yi,i:r own bnr'y ? Von need not, you oe.-'at not to let yourself rro, when one of yourown sex holds out the lielpiny hand to vou, and will advise you without inonev, ;ii.-l with. ut price Write to Mrs. I'inkhain, LytiL:, Masb., jinil teil her all your syu.p- We buy and sell real t-state for our selves and otheis. Tl;e F.vans Ioan & Investment Co. Artislic Pianos If anything were needed to prove tl e supremacy of the Vose pianos in this field we should simply point to their monthly sales. The -musical public has unanimously recognized the KUSIC AMD SOCIETY Maricopa, Orpheus and Country Clubs Preparing. I as a leader and accorded it just de serts. Sold for cash or on the monthly pay ment plan and for rent. We sell other makes of pianos at prioes and on terms that defy compe tition. a. O. MORROW A CO., D. v,. AKIN, Proprietor. MHnagel 16 EAST WA SHIKGTOK fcTRIET With ".he added impetus to be given, the social whirl by the legislative sea- j son. and tlie indii-ations pn'inting t: mi! arousal of interest in musi. al matters.' the coming wii-.t -r promises to l:e a. lively on-. 1-Aei-y so.-i.i! crge.aizatioa in the city is pr.oaiing in aiuieip.i .ion . of such a eou. lit: n, ami s -re; s.iei. ti: --. -.'av.:-iH e and lit -.My ibt'.? and chureii organizations I'm ';- manv i-nl r- tain.'iK nts b te n N ivt nib. r I and ;h" '.at.ff p-t: t of Ar.;il, the 1- g.t in. a , e pc'osu.-.- 'I'-r-n. .i :. i the .V.a ri ii!i;i i lu'o has s t toe lut e ia so.-ial cir cles and its hops have been considered the most w-iirt if all lo'-al f mi.-tions. Now the Manei ;a is t . iiave a worthy ; and strong cinieeti.or n Ceuntry! club, and the enU rtainmerJts at the ! home of the latter organization wdl , doubtless b fully up to the lustre of the up-iown club. The Maricopa club Informally o)ened the season last ' . A-i.-x ..- eil Mr.s AeMi: A-ro1- toms. Her cxpi'ri.-iice' In trenfintr fe male ills ;.; e-reat. i li.ar. :.:.y either '.iviije- p.-r.-sio. l'ol'io.viu'r is a letter li'.l'i) ;i ivi:i;i;.;i w ho is t lit! r voidi-'i"' a i i!.!-' oj.ei ..tioa : I was ,M !i-ri . :f sai h : from ovarian trouble that lay p'lvsi citin t!i..i;:.rhl. au operrtioti would 1-e necessary. "l.ylia !'. Pinltham's Vo;r-t:tM'Com-nound haviter been rc-oimnended to ice, I ilei ided to trv it After usinf several l-oille, I f .anil that. I was cared. 3!y cot ire. system was toned tip, and I sullcred no more with my ovaries." 11ns. Ansa Astus, Troy, Mo. elllbs T'l.. 3 e--l t ie-t Ihen ei..-;.,l t't usual ri solutions announcing their ' t .. -1 fealty to tile platforms of the party. I "f1 national and. territorial, and pledging i.'Si eternal confidence ir each other and . Jis' viullance a-aiiiKt the enetnv. ' -t The clubs w ijv. s -nr.e 1 -. t-re the I.t ni ; v." Jeffersor.ian clu'.. Ilinpano Americait : club, l.'ni '.n club. .T.sa: Spanish-Ann r- ! iean club. Tempo: Young .i . n's 1) mo- cratie club. I'ho.-nix- Tempe l"em :- ' elatie club: Ciyan and Plevensoti i lui, i y-rx Tursen: JeliVf.m cluii. Phoenix. i jp-' ; FLEMING BLOCK. Text Annual Session Will Be Held in ' v-; ' We didn't, but if you want to find the .largest line of HATS in Phoenix, with the throat of their price cut from ear to ear, come and see us We have a lot of our predecessor's Hats which we must close out at any price. These are great bargains for you Berbys, Fedoras, Crashes and Cowboys. We have everything, and the best Our line of GAPS is complete FjLlA.jN'k:. TI-XLT HATTJER. m KEW MEXICO SYKOD Tlagstaff. Tiie closing day of the Pi-esUyt.'ii.in , svn. d's w.a l; w .ts on,1 of eonsi -era '!-. . 7"" interest aivi nctivi'ty. Tee morning sermon was pieachid by the Itev. J. C. j jr ra i'ritehard of Pishee from tile theme. M SI "''e are Ciiri.-i's body, and me:nb rs P 4 '1 3 lev. T)i vid S Successor to R. H. Greene. IMIOENIX, AIUZONA. in partietilar," and th Wyp.kooji l. d in devotional exercises. The Ilev. I:, il. Craig was re-, !e -i .--l synodL-al missionary f-ir the ensuing year, and the Itev. T. C. Moff; t Pres byterial missionary for Arizona. Flagstaif was cics- n as the pia.-e f..r holding :he n;-xt annual session. 'I'r.e rei orts of the various committees on the church boards pie.-ented most m- eouraging 1-iiK.rts an.i made ref: im-j mendtitions for a m i.-'i aggressive wot i; for the coming year. j The me. -ting has proved a great spir- j itual uplift to th lneal church and tiie j isii.iiig ministers, ami the ministers . jrci nt vend a ne..-; er.t'r.osiastio r s-; olution -'f t'.tatiks to the i .is: -r. s.-s--i.-.; j and memV-'s of the I-h-icnix Picsoy- j ierian cit ti reli for their most hospitable ! enterialnna-iit and ihe cordial v . leome j extended to them. They exoiess th ou- s dv -s Wei! pleas, d with Pau-nix. b- r , nleri-rising and kindly spiiiied p. opl--. j an-l exceptional climate. ..lost o. t'ae visiting mliiist-is rv-u:i :; d u th -:r hemes yisterday. Til AT i ! I e) i ' : i P.ieh. ws.rra. healthy bleed is pi v. n j by Jluol's t-a:.-n-.arilia, and thus it protects tie- system from eol.ls. levers, pneumonia and othrr diseas.-o tl'if (luiekly i.vt'n . rae a weak and (b bili tated system. The f.ivorito cathartic- is H'JOd's Pl'ls. HURT IN A P.TJXA .VAT SMOKE A good Ciar is a p'easurs fo a smoker. V7c think we have as gocd a line of Cigars a are mack BULETTS BEST The leacing; 5c. Smoker cf Phoe nix. TRY OUR QGVRS NEXT TIME J cr A. J. BRADLEY, mi Eiiiliinier, LADY EMBALMED, Graduatft CMiionfo r!nlpp-A of Kriihnlmiti-e tr iIIpii1 . . J-"0 ra I.TIIoo on1 C !i 1 1: i-n jj PHONE 6-11, 216 WS3T VIASHINSTON KZilEZT, PHOEiflX, AE1Z. 1 i3SSe-TT.w?g R -rrrt : - Iinriorfflkpr i W. TL. Smith and Ea cilin? Affair. -SA"AY S ElveyS Utile MIL LIVE DRUGGISTS. One of the most exciting ite. idee s lh it has net urred in l'noet'i:: ! n- s. -in ' iioie hapoenei about 4 o'clock yester day afternoon, when a iiorse attached to a buggy and driven lee W. It. stini,.!. ran away at Second avenue and Wash ington street. Mr. Smith an-l liii daughter W"re driving along Was hi;' ton street when a boy up m a bicycle rode into their rig, fi igh' .- ning tiu-j hors'e. which at once started to run. Pushing around the corner, i; started . north on tiie avenue, but s.vung i'.'i' i tti the west side ot the road, where tii-'j 1-mggy collided with a post. Mr. Fn-ith and bis daughter were both throw n sivetal ft-et into the air u:!.l aligiit 1 upon the bo ,rd si-lewa ia. Ti'.e foi;.-.erj was not b.u'.iy i.i.rt. and nr. s-- un.ii 1 d. j but it was fear.--, tha' Miss f'-niith was j d ing r-iusiy ht.ri. She was aia:o-t ca-j era-eieus and v r.s ear.-ij l into the (.f-i ail for liee of T)r. P :vrs f."'-.; iha. ilo 1 Sli was re ro veil to ier Ktreet. The i-es '-ter.t s-wetnam, n -ai'oy. v-.:i-r - iri le.oie on Toy- ! w as tern to ; pieei r by the force of the eopision an-l th. hi:r. e ran north and itrl until it. was finally rr. ptttr. d by a cowboy, v. ho re; i. ,1 tlie animal. ii. man r aliy don't Un.-v ar.y.hi::g about the t- ri-ors of a licu'n. r-in-la.v: it i-i the daughter-in-law who is best posted. LOOK HERE! Ho prices intenst you? If th'-y ,,, ,-ai! and gefours and you will call again, for we sell all frui-ts and produce from 10 to l.l per cent lower than any house in town. mpare our prices with those th.it etlnrs charge, and see for yoe.rs.!!'. 1 bunch AVhit- Plume Celery, 1'ie; 2 pounds l-an.-y t'a'.iforria -o.;. xoq pttnod-c : 'xi..-i::tiox '." or l:ia !c Iioi-es. -.V; S bu:if in vs any kind '. g. tables.." -. Cur special p.i, k ! :oik i lysr-rs, bi:; ;e; beefsti al.s and tv. ice as eh- a i. 1 do;: n rr. ; 2 ,,,. -n, ::",.-: j :l ,!i.:-, n. .vc. Dr. ss - I p.atln-y i alivajs on band. Wholesale and Itctail. CRABS-fiacBWDE I PRODUCE CO.'S Sec our !r'C w LLr S' . mi a c.okd) WATi ii wit kx Tor AT:i: w.r, r:;: ::r; fx ttik w f Kl.l-rriOX ,Mi UIVK T il!' Jli'.VKi.Kl: A I'liA.NCi:. W GEO. H. COOK & CO., $ :Ji Au;-: xkxt dooii u Tin-: rosn 'Ffr'.-; axo ii.vvr TiiE . i i i i I i ttji imtL, mmiihhiu 8 l .of '-I I :.H Tel. 250. 12 North Center St r:. r mm .1 (& r'. l-'l R. E. H0LBR00K, Dentist. Rooms 2, 4, 6, over Postoffice, PHOENIX, ARIZONA.