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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY 3IORNING, NOV KM RE II 1, 1900.
There's Only One SEOOND-CLASS SHOE STORE in Phoenix, lut then there are people tliat wouldn't so to any other to look for shoes. There's Only One storp in town thut sells NETTLETON SHOES ami there are hundreds of men that weuldn't wear any other kind. There's Only One place in Phoenix where TORREY, CURTIS & TIKUKLL shoes are sold, and in the medium and hish srade shoes their equal can't be shown in the city. There's Only One K. P. REED & CO. that makes shoes for us, and there is hardly a lady in Phoenix that hasn't worn some of them. They're all right. There's Only One price on our shoes and when you iay JG.OO or $3.00 or J1.00 for a shoe, you know that your neighbor pays the tame price. There's Only One Wilson &Wooldridge They're at 110-112 W. Washington Street, Phoenix. Another Swell Mirror Given Away. That swvll Col onial Hold Man tel Mirror on xhjlrition in our main show window Coin.? ill and we will L 11 you a I I about it at BALKE'S OPEN EVENINGS Now is the Time To Buy a First-Class Sewing Machine Cheap. . Vr havcu'l room in O'lr much crowded Flora for sewing ma chines and so have decided to close them out. The Conover Sewing Machines go ait $19.75. The Bartlelt liall Bearing Drop Head Sewing Machines, $24.85. These machines are as good as the fit or $55 machines usually sold by agent, and are never placed except with oash dealers. If you want a KmmI sewing machine at prices heretofore unheard of in Arizona, come to UVIDSOiVS CASH 9 BARGAIN STORt Kvrrythlnjf from a safety jiin to a first-class steel lansc at bottom juices. 1t Doors Kurt ef PnttlMl Trlephonc No. 236 Throe rlng. Beit f loe to Tri4s In Arlioa. PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE We have the Largest and Most Up-to-Date Line of Picture Moldings in the city. Call and see us when you want some frames made, and we can suit you. The Phoenix Stationery and News Co, 10 and 12 West Washington Street. Telephone 207. OF Tf!M THE WEATHER. Local Daily Wenther Rerirt for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair and cooler. Data for 24 hours ndin p. m. yesterday: Temperature IVpartiue Perarture I from sinne ' KoruiHl .Ian. I, liJ0 mkan nui:m.w. i " ! -9 ; -,.-,lx '"i"-1 Mini v, iu, minimum temperature. .IU. Average relative humidity, 24 per cent. . Total precipitation-;- 0. Character of day C'l.ar. L. M. DEY, J':., Observer. THE DOT-GLASS CLT'R. A mt t ing of the Douglass club nil! be h-Id tomorrow night. It will be addressed by some of the county candidates and all the members of the club are re quest, d to be present. THE RKSl'LT OF YESTERDAY'S SHOOT. The following scores w ..re made at the trap shooting yesterday: At singles Pinney. !, 7. 4. 7. (i: Wylie. fi. 7. !i. 7. !. 10; Ahkn. it. in, :i. 10: Wilson. 7. fl. 6. 6. 7, 7; l!eauvais. . 3, U, J, ::, G. 7. sho .ting Wylie, 7. OSCAR .7').-E.S' RETl'RX. Oscar J nes returned yesterday morning. He first won fame as a base ball pitcher, thon spread it all over southern Cali fornia anil then joined himself to a Montana t am and acnuired the repu tation of being the hfst pitcher on the coast. He was a rarticipan': in more suec..ssful sanies than any other pitcher He has t.itrned With the St. Joseph ,Mo.. tfam of the w. stern league for the o-ming season. St. Joseph, by the way, though it has never been a great base ball town, has graduated more players of a national reputation than any oth r in the country. Among tht'.n are Tebiau. Re! Khrct. "Rug" Ilolliday ami Kn.ll, besi.lt s a dozen others. The place seems to be the doorway b tween base ball, obscurity ami fame. THE COCXTRY CLT'H. Work will 'b. gin tomorrow In clearing up the piece of lan.l on I'.i Yuma r.iad recent ly actiuired by th- Country club and it will be jiut in shape for the laying out of the golf links. In order 'that the enthusiasts in the game may begin at one-. It is expected that playing may commence next week. The timber for the club liousj has bet n ordered at Flagsuifl' and a prominent member stated last night that th.- house would doubtless be ready for occupancy some time in Dec- luber. It will be a uniiue and rustic structure, built f -he rough pine slabs, with the bark left on and be .quipped with wide porches, and in the interior w it'll tire-placis. a, har.l vmJ floor for dancing, and various other things con-id' red essential to ihe comfort and enjoyment of the mem bers. PROBATE Co CRT. Letters of administration were i.-su. d yesterday to O. H. Christy on the estate of Wil liam Mitchell. The bind. $2". 000. was furnished and approved. The will of William G. D.ivis was present d for probate and the hearing was s. t for Xoveniber 12. The annual inventory and appraisement of the estate of E. I'. Hayd n w .is tiled. The annual account and report of the administrator of the estate of Mary Hall was pr.ser.ted. The hearing was fixed for X tvember l'J. The hearing of the annual report of ill-' ad ministrator of the estate of Martin HoiKc was s.t for the same elate. An order was made approving the action of the guardian of Jennie W.bb, a minor. Xoveniber 3 was set as the date for the hearing f titions in the estatP of L. IT. Orme for the sale of p, rsonal property, for a family allow ance and for the setting aside of . a homestead. EXCl'SES FOR DRI'XKEXXESS Every man whi gets drunk offtrr. some other txcuse for it than his own nat ural love 'of intoxicating pitimul..r..s. Sometimes it is one tiling and some times another, but neer t'a right one. A few days ago a young man was in police court for drunkenness. He said that he was employed at the v.s ;rieh farm and that the perversity or the birds, compared with which the stubbornness or a hog on ice is mere child's play, kept him on a tensnn so long that he was driven to alcoholic relaxation. Tiie court accepted the extenuating -ireumstf nces and let him Where Do You Buy Your Stationery? Have you tried Thomas' Drug Store?) We Rive you MORE I'APEIt, a larger tablet and a better quality for your money than any place in 1'hoeiiix. IiriiifT your Prescriptions and have them filled accurately. THOMAS' DRUG STORE. 240 t. WASHINGTON ST. " Who Gives to All "Denies AIL ft This is as true of the spend thrift of health as of the waster of money. Do not ivaste your health by allow ing your blood to con tinue impure, but purify, vitalize and enrich it by tak ing Hood's Sarsaparilla, America's Greatest Medicine. Dyspepsia ".My husband doctored a long time for dyspepsia tvith only tern-' porary relief. The first bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla helped and the second cured him. It cured my sick headaches." SMrs. SMary A. Clark, Wilmington, VI. 3tCCf$ $aUaf)atifl mm lined'. Pit lj cure liveMll. Mtie jioreirritatine and only rulhartie to take with Hood'. 8arifl7iaT '. H,- was an h mest looking person and said he had never been arrested If. fore. Yest.rday he was, in again for drunkenness. He had not' seen an os trich sine- his former spree. His ex-cu-'e this tii.ie was excitem; nl: h.' didn't know what kind, but thought perhaps political incitement. DEATH OF WILLIAM MITCHELL. Wedn s.I.iy morning at 9:45 o'clock, at the tJiegory house, mi Wa.-hingt n stivet. oecuireil the death of William Mitchell, at tile' age of 75 years. Dia b. t?s was tiie cause of his demise, the culmination of a year's illness, during the past six weeks of which he had been coniliied to his bed. William Mitchell was one of the early residents of this porti n of Arizona. He was born In Clarion county. I. nnsylvania. and early in life w lit to Australia with an only sister, Mrs. Caroline Scott. I.n: l- they returned to this country and reside 1 in Oregon for several years. Twenty years ago th y came to Ariz nn and Mr. .Mitchell engaged tn the cattle business. He operated the Rumble 7?re ranch in th Rig Rug dis f.I -I. sixty-fiv miles north on the Black canyon road, and he acquired possession of considerable property in this valley. About four years ago he sold his ranch in the miuh to Lon Hfcr m n and since th n had ma !e his home her?. His sister d. 1 seve.al vars ago and. so far as known, he left no rela tives. O. H. Ch: isty has be--n ap pointed temporary a .Irninistrator. The funeral :ervice will probably be held tn Friday. XORTHERX MIXES It is said the hill country surrounding Jerome is lit erally swarming with miners and pi'. s pei tors as far south as the Mingus company's property, on which twenty .vi-ei ure eolllloVi'd. Tile Jerome Re-. porter says: At the T.urkshyre c imp there are about fifteen men engaged i sinking a shaft, at the Cliff six me n are '. working by hand. The lion King has aj full force driving a tunnel. The Copp.-r : Chief lately let go the most of theirmenj it is said because of the incomplete! condition of the plant to red in e th-drl ore. Mine buildings at th- Copper Chi.-t'l are much more p retentions than those; at any of the other camp-: unlike othef j propositions in these hills its values are mrried in what appears to be a line sand and very soft rock. The treat- j nient of this ore has been made a study by Mr. Hendy. who thinks he has passed the experimental stage so fnt' as getting the best resulis by chemical j tn fitment in his labratory. Vats for. tivatinw the juilvoriz il nivs haw lurn filltil anil tivaleil by ohemioi I aKtnis: and tho tailings show that a vio-y small 1 fraction of one iter crnt of tho valtn-s' ( arried by the ore is allowed to es cape. Now that there is no doubt of the success of this method, new vats will he put up and an Increased force of men put to work. Mrs. Xannotto M.iiuder will start her class in physical culture for wo rn. ri on Monday ev niny. November fifth, eiht o'clock, at h-.r home. Kast Adams street. The class for children will be at half at'tii- ten Satur day mornings at Mrs. Masrruder's home. PERSONAL MENTION, Air. I:. M. (Jr i;;o'y. who occupied a po.-'ition at Hi.- I'h..n;i;ix National -bank dining tin- simim-r. has accepted a place in th Valley I .1 1; K. II rb. it Mus. ly and !. litis Jacks, n of ll ision, .Mass.. are laic arrivals at tiie Hotel Adams. Tiny will leave on Monday with an outfit for southern I'inia county to op. n a min in which they art- interest-, d. AVe lend money on improved real es tate for ourselves and others, on most favorable terms. The Evans Loan & Investment Co. HIS t'iMi:-I)i)vx. "I can trace my d scent for t ifrht generaii uis." he proudly declared. "My: Myl My!' sh.- exclaimed. Now, I had always suppos .1 that you de scended much nior- lapidly than that." Chicago Tinies-ll. raid. 6f Have set the pace, for twenty years and are still the leaders m style, strengtn, and ease of running. The particular rider will have nothing else. CHAIN MODELS - - $50.00 CHAIMESS $75-00 1 E. L. ANDREWS & SON. BICYCLES. KODAKS. SPORTING GOODS. jxtoiVs latest Genuine Maple Sugar, per Hi brick. :i cents. X w Eastern Golden Queen and Rice Popcorn. 10 and i 12 i cents per pound. Imported Smyrna Figs. p. r pound. :!0 cents; California Rlack and White. 15 cents p.-r pound. . Arizona Dates, per half pound box. 25 cents. Imported, 15 and I'o cents per pound. New crop Prun s. Raisins, etc. Jordan Almonds (shelled), tin cents per pound. New catch Whit. Fish, in brine, per uml. 2e. Finest head less new shore family Mack erel. 15 and L'Oc each. New crop Flower S. ed. just re ceived: all variiti-s. New crop tested Australian Rye Grass Seed, per pound. 15c. "If it's in Market Ycni'll find it at jxtoiVs, FOR RKNT Two store rooms with j oasemeiit 1:1 our building, corner AYasliinjrion and Fourth stre ts. low est rent in Phoenix to right parti. s. Ruxton & Co. MY STORE WILL BE QHI H HI I T coin pU'U or in art. OULU VJU 1 l,y.I.i,mry. This of- tVrs a fine chance for a WKLL -ESTABLlx. I l j bum Miss to tart ou. roor hen It h com pel j me to rot E. F. KELLNER ni-xt yar. ROSES All th- olioii-t- v.u'i"ti American Jleauty, I;t Franv.-, ftc. J .vlivr r-.T in any art of town. Ma.il on!, is solii ittd. l.HiU'i' ordors with Kir. y & Hulr-tt. druifgits. Tt-l phonv :i. or oall on Miss Mary S. Welch, West Car itol Addition. Have your solf skills made a; the I'llicaKo Store. Heady to wtar golf skirls. .::.."". $.j.OO. If the present ridi r of a Hoffman bike v.ill call at Capitol mills he will be Siven another wheel in exchange for that. All kinds of garden work on reason able terms. Ord. is booked for rose plants for January delivery. Leave or ders with lluxton & Co. Miss Trowbridge, a well known ar tist of experience and ability, will open a studio in the Fleming block, rooms 4U1-40L'. November 1. Water Color and dil Painting, Sketching from nature Fashionable dressmaking. Mrs. Earl, corner South Fourth avenue and Lin coln street. Mrs. Balke's Ladies' Hairdresser, 2))T Hast Washington. A full line of toilet hair goods and the latest hair orna ments. Shampooing with distilled water, 23 cents and up. Miss Sims, dressmaker. 4S7 North Third avenue. Miss Powell, manicuring, hairdress ing, chiropody and facial treatment. Scalp treating a specialty. Room 1, Gooding Block, opposite Adams hotel. Have your golf skirls made at the Chicago Store. Jte-atly to wear golf skirls. .:;.r,ii. $.-..im. A nioe line of white organdy party dressts is now on exhibition at the Chi cago Store. Ladies are invited to call and inspect them. Bicycles Owb -jfv TPADE 5hoe H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO., Be Your Own Landlord. New 5-room brick house with bath, best location, $1250, $100 cash, balance monthly. AN INVESTMENT: Two houses, now renting' for $336 a year, will sell for $2250, Former price, $3500. 10 acre ranch, with water right under Grand Canal, only $600. j & & & Weirick & Latham, 32 North rtst Avenue. Telephone 2201. For Fire and Accident Insur ance, Loans, and Bargains in Iiea Estate. PALACE OF FASHION A2 ?'x&L wm m 1 L ;f There is a feeling of comfort in be ing well dressed and perhaps pride, too. But that is pardonable- if the clothes come from here. The wearer of a suit made by us can feel; that he is one of the best dressed men in town. We carry a large line of vicunas, chev iols. unfinished worsted, woolens of all descriptions. Our prices are always 25 per cent less than any other first-class house in the territory. A. MENDELSON, FINE TAILORING. Leader iu style, (jualitr axl low price. 116 W. Washington St., Near P. O. SKATING Every Afternoon, Sundays Excepted O'NEILL HALL. SKATING RINK PROGRAMME. Monday evening, dancing school. Admission. 50 cents. Tuesday evening, skating. "Wednesday evening, dance J Thursday evening, skating. j Friday evening, skating (for ladies and escorts only.) ! Saturday evening, skating. , LONGSTRBTH & COBB: MANAGERS. 4 I- eg- THE BUTTERFLY A NEW TIE TO WEAR WITH HIGH BANDED COLLARS 5 5 f McBougalGage Company. ! Exclusive Furnishers. 8 Next loor to Smita Fe Ry. Office 0 Johnston & Murphy's Men's Fine Shoes. Usually sold for Seven Dollars. We sell them for Six. We are willing to sell three pairs at a reasonable profit rather than to make the same profit -on one pair. BETTER FOR YOU, BETTER POR US. NO. 8 W. For Money i i i i i See my list of Business Chances, Bargains in Real Estate, Houses and Stores for rent and pretty near everything else m the money making line. I can also insure you in the best companies, or loan you money at the best COME AND SEE ME. i frnf;t vvai ufr g KM 9 UllllLU I IT 9 f NOTARY PUBLIC 'Phone 50. HIBBARD oooaeeooooooooooooo HI. . m& j ri I. J r;- , ,.,,.8.1 EACH ONE KING OF ITS KIND ?1 wrr i ICE CREAIVU Chocolates and Bon Bons A SPECIALTY. HflJWi St wujsisoS. 805-11 W. WASHINGTON STREET'. OYSTERS Farmers' Implements and Carriages. IS( HAKIIOWS, CTLTlVATOItS, VLliWS, etc., and a large and varied assortment of Stirri s, top buggies and oiien road wagons. Be fore buying call and inspect our stock. South First Street, west side of City Hall. 1 Pratt. Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30-34 SOUTH FIRST STREET. WEST SIDE OF CITY HALL. 1 . nLr F&k B&ndSi ,.. an..,h. r r ' gr i DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arizona's Leading- Optician. Telephone 21.13, 1'oi J llolel luck, ..- WASHINGTON STREET Phoenix, Arizona. Making Pointers REAL ESTATE, INSUHANGiS AND LOANS. W . 14 and 16 South Second Avenue, VV BUILDING. 4 r ACORN STOVES o o Q o o o o o o o o o o -AND- STEEL RANGES Cost no more and last long er than others. Come and see them at Talbot & Hubbard's. fK Pure Confections Light Lunches The Two Bills Mi Kinl y and llryan aitr e .n .n.; Iliiiifr th.'ir rirst names. . d.illl.l they would iillr int if InoiiKht to tli-ir i:ryan would allow us "expansion" .01 'the savins; virtue ..f our glasses for del'i ct i'e t v. s. M. Kinley would surely agree with I'.ryan and coincide with our many pleased patrons in sayiu- our glasses alTord the greatest possible "protee U011" to ey.- and purs.-. t