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THE ARIZONA KEPUr.LICAN: MONDAY MOKNING, OCTOIJEU 20, 1900.
There's Only One SI-:'tXD-OL.AS.S sihm; STORK, in I'hoenix. I 'ii t then there arc- j - i I that wouldn't so to any other to look ' for shoes. There's Only One I More in town th;i: sells XKTTLKTOX j SIKi:S an.l Mi-re are hundivds of! ineii that wouldn't war any other . kind. There's Only One I plao - in I'hoenix where TOKUKY, TltTIS A TIKUEI.L shoes are sold. and in the medium and hiirli irrade I rhoes their equal can't be shown in the city. There's Only One K. P. ItKED & CO. that makes shoes for us. and th-re is liardly a lady In I'hoenix that hasn't worn some of them. Th y're all right. fiEWS Op TflB THE WEATHER f.-N-al Iaily W.nther 11-port for The Arizona It-publican. Forecast f r today Fair. Ia:a for 24 hours tnding- S i. terday: Easy to T&fco Easy o Qp&s&i Ilecatlse purely vc"-t:il !e yet tlior ouirh, proaipt. Lealllin.il. satifat ory Hood's PMis TeiuH.-ratnrc Dcpartuic Pe'nrture from iin-e Jiomittl Jmi. l. paio MF'AN Nol:TIAI. ; i 4 . .-,07 eniollm nt is red 11. d somewhat by a ; few trans!' rs and go..Jiy number of ( outing pupils: still the number a - j tually ait n.iini; recitations is some- what in excess of In the depart-I m-ivtal classes th -re ar- pupils as' against "pj last ar. During the month ' i f S- pieii.ber thei - was a total of S pupils admiti-d to this s hool. con-' sisting of boys and CO girls. Ail th -.loruiitorv ac-o:nmoll.it:..ns are now .' fully occupied, but it has been a pr - ' c d riit establish- d by Superintendent i Mi-Cowan th.i; no ln!:a:i or girl has tVcr be'.'n O'-ni d admittance to tn:s -Maximum t mpetature, minimum ' school, teniperatur. . .".';. I A v.-rage r-.Iativ humidity, 42 per T.tal precipitation. 0. Character of day. cicar. L. M. L'EY, J':., Observer. PERSONAL MENTION. There's Only One price on our shoes and when you pay $. or :;.o0 or tl."0 f r a shoe, you know that your neighbor pays the eume price. There's Only One Wilson &Vooldridge They're at 110-112 W. Washington Street, Phoenix. A TKACHEli WANTED. County St hool Superintendent Full, n has a t-all from Yavapai county for a gooj fvhoul teacher. Those int. rest. d call on him toJay. A LtiXc; Mol-MLE Till!". -Mr. anlj Mrs. L. D. Cop lana will leave this v J. W. St .ne and wife of Asa F-rk are registered at th t'oinai- 1 via! hotel. M. srs. M i k Hamilton and Frank Lecklidtr of Pr sjoit .-pent Sunday ia the city. Mr: V. l:. Clary and two elnldr.n " '"'I ! returned Saturday night from I the east. :. G. Wiis .11. Pres. .It: W. il, Les Ang les; V. A. M a visit in A GORGEOUSLY BOUND Barn- . 1 'ni- ! mornimr for a trip to the Mammoth I cago. and I . H. Iwig. Kansas City, j mine. Th-y will go in Mr. O.peland's ; ar a; t;, . Hotel Aa rms. 1 locomohil. . expecting to make th V'. 0 ; miles in twu days. j We ,end money pn improved real es- 1:1 iT M A X Y Iil'CKS. An eiith'isi-1 ta'e for ourselves and others, on most astie parte of Xinirols. consisting of I favorable terms. The M -S.-1S. Clay 1'aik r. ii-org- Peirron- Investment Co. r.et. Carr-.tl Schuler and Bichar 1 I o !:, itge sp-nt Saturday and part of; HEED OF A. Y. M. C. A. ; Sunday along the river s uthw st of : I tile city, r-turning Sunday nojn with! a large ba ! backs. Evans Loan & of maiiarJs and canvas- ( & puipit Utterance Upon the Good in Such an Organization. The wisdom in the pripos d forma- STIRRIXi; l'I IMXAL I'Pl'.NTY. Work of art has Just been issued at an I T,. riiir n e Tribun-.- savs: "Tom outlay of over J100.000. for which the j F!'innigan, district aitoiWy of Ma:i- publisheru desire a Manager in this , (.(M-1 (.,,untv. an,i Sam Br wn of Tempe i tion of a Young Men county, also a good solicitor: good pay , m k hfi hou this cHMn , rhc-nix to the right party. Nearly 100 full-page -. ........... ' -n.ion in 1 nr.. nix engravings, sumptuous paper, illumi- ! ' , ' "',, " '-ev. Dr. Haisey from the puipit nated covers anl bindings; over 200 d church last tiling. in part: art th- 1 csuit sroiih THe f o-m rs in Ii-ish J.aT'tiSt frrtlflAn liliM m Thp Alornccn DindinffSI I ... o " - - - . " ' Bot'.i are well Known republican sp-11- tiparlv TJ fol il n rosea in The cloth Dina- .... c-11. o r, ninniti" "ini-rs. "Chai act-r is in day and night ,so great is Hhe sale.; CHAX:ED WEATHEU JtEPOBT. vironnvnt. We shoii'd thank ( Christian men and women making for- j Mr. L. M. Dev. in charge of the local tunes taking orders. liapid promotions, j weather bureau, writes to The Itepub- that attention he calico. i.;n As.-o- j ussid by t the said : ILipe Na.vel Oresnges Strawberries Blackberries R.ipe Persim mons Farvcy Bananas Oregon. Apples Nutmeg CLntaLlopes Ripe Bartlett PEARS Corneshon Grapes Fresh Arizona. Defies Per box 25c. R.edondo Cametiorvs Received Daily. Tub Mb TPADE r M V--'k"V Johnston & Murphy's Men's Fine Shoes. Usually sold for Seven Dollars. We sell them for Six. We are willing to sell three jiairs at a reasonable profit rather than to make the same profit on one pair. BETTER f05 YOU, BETTER FOR US. H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO., NO'8W'iNI" street. Y i Landlord. New 5-rocm brick house with bath, best location, $1250, $100 cash, balance monthly. ! i AN INVESTMENT: Two houses, now renting i " for $336 a year, will sell for $2250, Former price, $3500.: S f 10 acre ranch, 'with water right under Grand Canal, only $600. j! For Money Making Pointers J 4 See my list of Business Chances, Bargains in Real Estate, Houses and Stores for rent and pretty near everything else in the money making line. I can also insure you in the best companies, or loan you money at the best rates. COME AND SEE ME. i J. FRNEST WALKER, NOTABT PUBLIC. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS. 'Phone 50. 14 and 16 South Second Avenue, HIBBAKD BUILDING. He .1 f.-.r our t-nvli .ii. iv.--si ; ;. an.l sh"uM i--:ii-inlM- tiiut Wt- Jii . ti:- i-.i i-t in lr. ikin eti-j ixton s, i i X j W eirick & Latham, 32 North Fi.t Avenue. Telephone 2201. Fkr Fire :;:id Accident Ir.sur ntice. Loan.-, and Barcains in Ilea Jttite. ACORN STOVES Q Q STEEL RANGES I -AND- Cont no more and last long er than others. Come and see them at o o One Christian woman made clear 5j00 j lu-un akin A inw.l . V.:,. ....... ..-t Tl... l.M- f..T-(ll T lllH l-li.l. 1". (II ! l"l .f the daily vii..nme?i; int'u.-ii-- church acquaintances Write us. It may lead to a permanent I ht-aJ of this cuiuinn siniws a position to manage our business and look after our large correspondence j not, alo what the accumulated exc.?s w-hich you can attend to right at your ,,r deficiency of temperature has been "This ! a ("!:y- of ynun? men. llun- whether the day has been- normal t-; uv.:s una t....usan... ..i in. ... -" II!;- KtlV.'IH. in'.int P.H n :ti- o o tpvnptari.nis .i. th-y ar- i'; f 'A' ..ih.-r i KOK I;KN r Tv st :' ! '.as. :.i ia i:i ..;ir ! Vashi:;'..n an 1 F..urt! ! -t re:i: :?i I'h.-.-r.ix M ' il'.lXtHl ".j. Talbot if Hubbard's, g r- nis vi;h .-Lie t-. L w risht parii.. home. Address J. A. Knight, Secre- j f,,r he year, and the aveiase relative tary, Corcoran Building, opposite humidity. T'nited State Treasury, Washington,! NEW INI'IAN MISSION Last even- c- I ing, on the Salt 1 liver Indian r.-serva- Professor II. Crc-sswell Shaw, teacher j t'""- fifteen miles east of Phoenix, was r .&nn violin. Ptc. Annlv Jenkins' ! organized the fifth ..f the Pres'byierijn . th- r- are fp!.--:-;iii.;:.es I K-reJ efsewh.re. ' Mu'tnud,, .-f y..ur.S MY STORE WILL BE .1. . I... 1 I... ...i. - . (I. . n-.ttl ' .,.-0 KU ,o oni n niiT s-.ii.. .1:1 : r in. :n. ; j w L I tiia i is lnac - Ct!L'I.; Music Store. The Chicago Store has received its 8to k of fall goods and ladies are in vjted to call and see them. the Time1 To Buy a First-Class Sewing Machine Cheap. K or in i-arf. irv Tl-:i.i. E. F. KELLNER PALACE OF FASHION it 1 "Kv. rvthlnsr is wid.- !' n. iniaki i s are sum.--Irn. s :a -v In rs. j I irislatoi s t..o of .en lead in tile way i I of laa-;.' IndnlatT.ce. ! I "The mnn.-y railed to sustain l'V a score .f 11 to U. The gam.- was a I last .-ne a:i.i orouj;nt .ui a c.-r-.s!-:-' churches whii-h have been formed f..r the use of the Pima Indians. The Rev. Dr. McAfee of this i iiy was in chaise of the services and was assisted by the llev. II. W. Craig of A!buU -nine, N. ..i.. ...... .ms e,. ... Vosmsr Men's Christian As-o,iaii jranization of missions :n the New M-.x-r .,,, . . ... . i f,. i.. . r..i ;., . 1 ......... .. v. ........... ...... T 9 .................. , ;,,;;;neF;! f:;ai.,lp..il-.t. Tie tecs ..f; PCAXK TKAJ1 WO.V. -Sunday af-j 1(Us!..n,.ls w.,:e1 in ls itn., sam-' Wllvl I W terno n at Phoenix park in the first j ,,,, hal! n;isht 1;e us d i.. loiiid up1 I lllfV 1 f a f..ries of -hree gam-, the Plank our ,.ltv .,., ' ,.i:I.,l:!S A IV 1! AW l.all team d- f.-at d ihe True Blue nin -. .,.,... ,, i cive . f..-. a circus m one day it ought t. he e:iy ! i tti .iise iii'.i'rv tti lmii.l H -hiircli or- a . able quantity of very good ball play- i y M ,. A building. T.-n tliousand j Unit. Pne nt. hi:1S W a rned was tae j .j.,,,, , en,.,.. rt y.,uniI Mcti's I .i ature or uie 8aa,. in 1 1 ink men .,irls!an Association for tweittv eav l.:.iy..d as f.Il.ws: Catcher. Tyf..n:nnp ,,,.., m..,,M,, i.avins I.ilch.r. Worm.!!: rir-t ba--. Svveem: ! m.P ,f",n;h- flftv sust.-tinlnc second base. Stroud: short-stop. Fied- ! r.,,l!(.',.s; pavins i n-...r.th. w..ul,l ler: third has,. K. Lons:: riht ilelJ. ! ,nsl!re ,,. SUlwf!l u.rtak'.n:,'. -May is: ceni-r field, ftarnum: 1 ft lid 1. j ..Tlu, W(irk f ,h Yoiins M-n's CUms H. l...ns. Th-. next game will hi play:d ,;. ., . .... .,;.. , . next Sunday. ! ius'tr'-i. Ps wat.-h-.v'ord" is 'The" -'x- ' MININ; ACTIVITY. K. K. Ford ! ter.!. n . f fiitfi's K:.r.g.U.:i a r.ors 'came down from the Castle Creek dis- yninis men." its orti. e js t.. extend the j tri. t yesterday morning's early iiasi l to and to s. ;."k the h-ipfui train. He reports considerable activ- w..rd to y..i;n nn-n. T'.ie . ..rs- foe i ity in mininfr- At the Swallow mile-, in i which fri- nds - f tills v. .o k ha.e o ', Buzzard's lloost sul. h. Mr. K. It. I-irize .Irea.! is found in the riminal indiffer- is runnintt his tive-stamp mi.l hik!" :fn.v ..f those who om'.t to aid in it. and dav. with Rood r- sui'.s. Wo! k has but h. n..; liftins a hand to he!:.. ma- been t.?iini'.l ..n the ii'Prin coppt-r stiin i ,.ff and ci iii.-iz- ih. s- who a" ; camp, six miles above me Mia::."'-, . tryii.; to save yoiiii ni. r.. chines and so have decided to close : and a flood force of men is at work. ! Toe r.ms f th.- s.-rvie- iii. ri;d-,i a In: J. M. Kvans is puttinfr up a ftaso- .i - iLi.ie by Miss H.iis-y f: ...n Moiart's line hoist on his copper properties and .Twelfth Mass. and a solo. -Where a: the r.urson camp similar work is in K...-es LIl.-..ni" tN-vini. by M.s. Thai-iiroi;i-ess. At Columbia camp, on Hum-j alds-.n. The Bartleit Ball Bearing -Drop- bus. a sro.'d force of men is employed. I o . and many smaller l.roperties in and j Head Sew ing Machines, J24.S5. around Castle cr-ek are being d-vel-1 Ope'i. INDIAN S-H.L JS Fl'I.L. Th- Sl.j or m machines usually sold by '-otal . niollm -iu of th- Ph nix Indian selio .1 for th - pres nt quarter is ,m; afcrenti, and are never placed except jeapiis. th'-r- beins "5- b-ys and :i-i itirls. This is th- lars-st in the his tory of ih- s il.- !. Of course, the total Law n,e n -xt yitr. : ROSES ih - rh.ii' van ti s Aiii-riour Ilfituiy. I-a Fran??, et-.-. I- Iiv-!- I in any i.;r: t .wn. Mail or-1 rs -:;:.: !. I. '-.-!.- with V. y A: Hui-u. ..;ruui.;.--:s. Tt I ph-j:: 11 or t-ai n TKE- TRIIST IS " BUSTED.' .Hi V ;3Iiss Mary S. Welch, i ;;;?; r.ZZ West Cajitol Addition. j d- VVe got there, as usual, in time to buy at bankrupt prices, and now comes your turn. We are going to close out a good many patterns to. make room for our Twentieth Century Wall Paper purchases. T:.Trs l- Now you get the Pick. Later you get the Remnants, ft f a -Jit ma-It- by us can iVtl that ! y When we tell you we have bar gains, you know what that means. There i rig Well a f.--!in.s: f comfort in be .!:-. ss.-d and perhaps pride :1: v.i k::; !s r.i eri'.is. i : d 1 lants !'..r J.i'u;;..i is with J:u.:o i n v o-k en reas. ni ls b.:.'ked for roS" " d.li'.ery. Leave or .'i Co. f th.- b-s; dressed men in town. hev- of ail d-serip; Ions. I n:r rri.es are always per c eit less than ar.y o::i--r first-class h -vise in li'.e t--rr:t.ry. A. 3IENDELS0S. FIXE TAILORING. W. WasIiinjrtoR tfi.. Nar P. O. lit V AVe haven't room in our much crowded Mora for sewing them out. The Conover Sewing Machines go art J19.75. These machines are as good as the 1 Miss Trow bri 1-,-e, a !! known ar-! tist of experience and aoility, will open a studio in the Fleming block, rooms lUl-4'.C. November 1. Wat r Color and i'i! Paiu;ir.g. Sketching from niture Fashiuaabie ur- ssmuking. Mrs. Karl, orner South Four:U avenue and Lin culu Street. Dr. L. C. Oonzates. dentist, office up stairs in the C'tteo block, corner Wash ington and Center streets. HAt:IVICK Hi'TKL. with cash dealers. If yJl want a g..Hd sewing machine at prices lien-tofoie unheard of in Arizona, come to ; Where Do You Buy ; Your Stationery? mVIDSON'S CASH U BARGAIN STORt Kvcrything from a safety pin to a lirst-cia.-s steel ran;.- at bottom prices. PIt Doora Kast of Pcsta Telephone No. 236 Three ring. Haat rit to Trade In Arlioja. Have you tried Thomas' Drug Store? We give you M i:K PAPER, a larger tablet and a better quality for your money than any place in I'hoenix. ISring your Prescriptions them filled accurately. and have THOMAS' DREG STORE. 20 C. WASHINGTON ST. WE ARE AGENTS IJUST RLCFSVED TA Standard Patterns for A-rtPDNS November. f I III 1 1 LIV I5e sure and always oct Standard Patterns." They are the hest, for ?ale Iiy FIT BEST. MOST STYUSri! The Phoenix Stationery & News Co 10 and 12 W. Washington St. M- s-rs. William Math.-ws and (leoi-i Kalns have l ae.I th Hardwi.-k hot 1 adj.tc: nt to th - S. F. 1. & p. d-p"l. ihojouirhly clean 1 and r n.-vat- 1 it and ar- now ...-n. r .1 ly t .r the ent--r-tainm-nt of their f:i. n Is and the tran-si-nt pa'olic. Mrs. Kalke's I-ai;-s- Hairdresser. 27 iZast Washington. A full line of toilel hair goods and tile latest hair orna ments. Sharnpooir.g ith distilled water, -j t -n'.s atid up. Miss Sims, dressmulvvi'. Third avenue. iiT North SKATING ?, Every Afternoon, Sundays Excepted. O'NEILL. HALL. SKATING EINK PROGRAHME. . Monday evening, dancing school. Ad!niss:e:i. Ii'j cents. Tuesday cvenimr. skating. Wednesday evening, dance Thursday evening, skat.ng. Friday evtning. skating (for ladies! and esc. rts oniy. ' Saturday ev. niiig. skating. ; LONOSTRETli & COBBi MANAGERS. Season Wide Opene CANDIES, OYSTERS, LIGHT LUNCHES, Visit Our Enlarged Es?ablibmenl 2C5-U W. Wash"ngton St. ANNA & MUNS0N, 3TJCCESS0H3 TO E. KHINEHART & CO. I Want .1 A steady. r.-Iiabi- b..y f..r permanent situation. .Must lie not less than Pi .-a!s oil and not afraid t. w.n-k. ('all at busin-ss otfiee of It--pu'oliran The f'hicaao Store will s-11 all this I ...... i. ..... . . . --.. - . - ....... een. 5,0.1 r.u? ai t -" a mi ... j 1 (g gjjj Miss Powell, manicuring, hatrdress- j ing. chiropody and facial treatment. Scalp treating a specialty. Room 1, tJooding Block, opposite Adams hotel. W ish rabbi: is tie- fad for tie- , v. ! ings at fiark's. It's in- st delicious. V are ..j'.-n until iiiiInigiit to serv- y... Th-- ?.i:ita Fe limit d train will again be put into .- rvi. e X-v ml. r 7. Sh wili be a hnmni r. eo.niar--d with whe n s .me ..f th-...- ;i:i--st trains b -tw. n th.- Atlantic and I'.teilic ..wans" will iO'.k like "tiiirty c--nts." teS L.idies Yuu are ail invited to c?,"l , and se the Chi' -a so St-rr's -egan: larger; a.-S'irtment of e;!k and mattr- f" ials. Our v. o: k speaks for i'.Seif. A nice line of white organdy party dr-ssfs is now . n exhibition at tha Chi cago Store, .'.a ii. s are invited t call and inspect them. Have set the pace for twenty vears and are still thi leaders ia style, strength, and ease of running. The particular rider will have nothing else. CHAIN MODELS - - S50.00 CHAIMESS - - - - S75-00 E. L. ANDREWS & SON. BICYCLES. KODAKS. SPORTING 00095. 8- eg- THE BUTTERFLY A NEW TIE TO WEAR WITH HIGH BANDED COLLARS McDoagalOagc Company. 9. a I- & go WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS. Farmers' implements and Carriages. !!.' HAItlt' '. .S. ri'l.TlVATiiliS. l'l.oWS. etc.. and a large and varied assortment of Surri top bufji-'i.-s and open road wagons. Be fore buying (ali and inspect our stock. South First Street. v-?t side of City Hall. Pratt, Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30-34 SOUTH FIRST STREET. WEST SIDE OF CITY HALL. 3 Exclnsivo Furnishers. Next Poor to Sunt Fe Ky. Office -S DR. GEO. B. PRATT ArUoiia'e Ltadliig Cpliidru.' The Trouble Behind 1): -fective x ision may sciu a small thins no, but the trouble which I is ! hind is of such inasni; ode ihat un less prop riy and promptly attended to, the results may L- .. ri..tis. "All thini;.-? come to him who wails." does not ap ply to relief from trouble with vision that does n-.t erne by waiting trouble Ttlephont SMU. Ford Hotel block..