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TTIE AIUZOT7A REPUBLICAN: SA.TTIHDAY MOHNING; (SEPTEMBER 21, 1901.
This Week sell SI PAIRS of child's and misses' low shoes and slippers at 35c ,,.r j..nr. These are NOT new styles that we are closing" out to make room f,,- our immense fall stock, but back numbers that are not in kjeplng with 01,.- h . use full of stylish, ahead-of-da te shoes, and we want to close them ,,ur They were sold at $1.25 to $2.00, and are real bargains at 3"c. They ,vi .I., nicely to wear the remainder of the summer. We give a kite or school , i with school shoe? at Wilson When You Take Medicine you don't know what you are taking. You place implicit trust in the physician who prescribed it n n J the .druggist who com pounded It. We realize this fti'Iy. and act accordingly. We v.iTit you to have every confl ,i. r..-e In us we want your jre ? lipllon trade. We make a M'.. . ialty of this line we will ai prfti.nte your trust. T. F. Hudson Prescription Pharmacy No. 2 East Washington Street. to O - 13 O a, a, o Beware of Danger Don't Buy a Gasoline Stove KIT a Standard Wieklc-hS Blue Flam. oil Stove. Why? Because they are absolutely i f e B -cause there are over 800,000 in. use without an accident. Because insui-ajice companies evr u hf-re admit the Standard to oe as utter as a wood cook, stove. Because a child can operate them. Because no" ell stands in any pipe at :iny time. Because they can be operated in Arl ?':na at about half the cost wood. Because they are Kool. Klean anl Konvenient. Because they tun be lit or ex tinguished in a minute. Because they save the woman by I'-avf.is the kitchen a3 cool as other i voms. No wood to carry in; no ash?s to ar; y out. Because they are safe. Two Burner Junior Standard "Wick-U-i-s Blue Flame Oil Stove. $9.85. -Two Burner Regular Standard Wick-!.-- Blue Fi'ame Oil Stove. $12.00. Three Burner Regular Standard Vkkhs Blue Flame Oil Stove, $16.00. Two Burner Cabinet Standard Wlck Vss Blue Flanv? Oil tove, $13.00. Three Bui ner Cabinet Standard Wiekless Blue Flame OH Stove. $20.0'!. Three Burner St?p Oven Standard WickHesw Blue Fhtme Oil Stover $26.50. Four Burner Step, Oven Standard Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stove. 29.M. Also, a bi? line of Oasoline Stoves. Steel Ranges, Cast Cook Stove?, at Davidson's Cash Store 114 to 118 West Waahinfftoa St Phoenix, A. T. Telephone No. 236, 3 Ring. Mail orders promptly filled. SCHOOL And everything Both for teacher m g O vS - a in Phoenix Stationery News Go. 10 and 12 W. Washington St. Wooldridge News of vV tKe Towrv THE WEATHER Local Dally Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for joil.iy Fair: cuo't-r. l:it: tor -'4 hours ending 8 P. m. yes Temperature Departure Departure Hi lir e emee l8t o Monlh jan. it 1901 MEAN I NO KM At .V, I T'J j 50 -?J2 Maximum temperature, ltd; minimum temperature. 71. Average itlative humidity. 23 per cent. Total precipitation, tract. Character of the day Clear. WM. i. Bl'ItNP. Section Director. SALK OF A LIVERY STABBK. Frank Fuqua yesterday sold his livery stable on Fourth avenue, a part of hi stock and his residence to John M. Pike fr $13.0'i. He took in part pay a tract cf land rear the city for $7,009. A FORMER PHOENIX GIRL,. M Us Boia Kincaid. the eldest daughter of the late Judge Kincaid of thi. rlty, v a 3 m a r i i e d 1 a s v Wednesday a r I - Angeles to Mr. M. F. Harris. The groom U in the me.Sfng-r service of the Atchison Tope is a & Santa Fe. PRESBYTEFtI XN CH IT'H.-Services at the Presbyterian church to rn o r ro iv vv i ! I be as f o i 1 o p : Sunday school at 9:4",; preaching at 11 o'clock: public r -ceptin of new membeis find communion; Chrtatian Endeavor exer cises at 6: SO. and preaching at 7:.'0. WANTS INFORMATION. Mrs. V.. M. Babcock of Amery. Pclk county. Wis., ha3 written Captain Jo 3 BiiFh for the names of the Phoenix newspaper!, as she wishes to advert!?? for" infor mation regarding her s n, Wm. Brown, who died at the county hospital a year ago. A BIRTHDAY PARTY. A birthday party was given in honor of rfam F. V;bl), Jr.. who has arrived at iltp dig nity of eighteen years, r.t the residence of his paren s last night. The:-? were about thirty guests present. There wt re g-.im s. refreshments and a:to fTthrr a pleasant time. M. F. CHFRCII. SOTTH.. Centpr and M m:oe street?. R. A. Rowland, pastor. Sabbath schoo 10 a. m., H. A. HucHps. superintendent: preach ing at 11 a. m. and 7:20 p. m. by thr pastor: Juninr League. 4 p. m.. Mrs. A. B. Alsap: Epworth League. ti:S0 p. m.. leader. Aaron WhilF: subject, "The Sa loon Powt-r Doomed." A HOTEL OPENING The Homeside Park hotel at the Clayson ranch will h rj'cn il for the season pn October 1. A great deal of room has hef.n added and arrangements have been made for the proper entertainment of guepts. Th Clayson ranch, five milys east af th city on the Crosscut canal, is one of the most beautiful spots in the SaH River valley. A TUMVLTVOrS M EX I C A N . A Mexican who lives in the country, came to town on Thursday mornins. stopped at the nearest saloon, hitched his team find eniered upon a career of hilarity. He awoke ycte:day morning in jail, booker! fr drunkenness and disorderly conduct. He was fined $10 in Justice Burnett's court and sent t jail. Hi.' horses ar? devouring th ir heals In a livery stabie THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Reg ular services will b? conducted tomor row by the Rev. Imri Zumwalt. pas tor. At 11 o'clock the subject of the discourse will be "Ch: istian Riches." The H. B. McNeil Co. H EADQUARTEltS. WHOLESALE RETAIL Phoenix, Arizona BOOKS for school use and scholar at the itiul at 7 oVlock "Li s cms From the l'eulh of President M; Kiidey." Special music will be render. il by the cirrus ch;ir. the se'ection for the evening bt ing -"Silentiy Bury the Dead" "L;s:ie Sunday school will convene at 9:4S u. m. TOLD NO LIE Mr. J. V. Edward of Maricopa was in the city yesterday for the first time since he returned from his summer visit in Colorado, Arkan sas and other eastern stat : s. While east he wrote back that he had nil found any country supeiior to thU and lu insisted- yesterday that he told itu He in hi- letter. f BACK TO PHOENIX. Mr. and Mrs. .1. V. Biankt-nship c.anie down frmu .li i tie yesterday nu rttl.t'. and v ill niatie Phoenix th-ii bom,' for 1 an or Itire months. Mr. Bljnk nslipj (him bet-ii Sllffei "Tag flOin 1 lii-UIIi.'t i Tor ;i iUK lime and the .li-iome cti.n.ile thus not serm to agree with him. To add lo his misery he dropped a big beard on his left fot; a f w days ago and broke one of his toes. A SUNDAY BASEBALL GAME Too Mantdiedj? have -hu!lenged the PhnW Fire department for a baseball game next Sunday afternoon and the ialt' has accepted, being1 privileged to form a team .picked" from the entire member ship of the department. Th? jr"" ' le called at 3 o'clock, and it it believe i that between that hour and dark thev will be able to play the greater pi't cif th? nine Innings. Thre will be u small admission fee fur fan.3, ladles ft ee. RECEPTION TO MB. ZT'M WALT. Mi Tuesday evening the members of i'ne Christian hur.-h wii: itn'er a re- t piion to tl;o!r new pastor, th" Rev. Mr. .umwalt. and extend an invitation t their fri: nd.s to h - preheat. The atfaii- wfM be Inform. il, art4l everybody v.lll lo expetled :o assist in making eve: y body els? feel at ease. A short programme will be given and a idr -f welcome cb-liven?d on beh.i! f 'if tre ehurch and the Ministerial us?.f iation. and Mght refreshments srved. M. K. C H F RCH . S K R V I c K 5. 1 h services at the First M. K. hnr. h t.--rnorrow will ccmsist in the administra tion of the ordinance baptism nr. 1 the reception of a numbt r of candidal es inio full mem-ueVsmp. The th nie f 'rl the. morning hcur w ill be "The t To'y I OhoM in Bel itioii to the Church: in! the pverinjr. "Sime Temptations of tiie Mi ni3t: .' The Epwort h iVagu - h.i.J arranged for ;i routing temperance ral ly under the leadership cf O. E. Couch. 1 Mrs. Berry. Mrs. Cooper and Hazl Cowan will sing temp1: an e solo. Th" meeting will begin at 6:0 -p. tn 1-et every membtr of the league b pres ent. . BAPTIST OIU'ROH . "Anarchy vs. America" will be the pastor's thenp at the na;tiFt church tomorrow evening. MISSIONARY MEETINr; The Wo man's Missionary society of f he' ltap tist ehurch held r.n unusuaily interest ing session esterday aftrnr.on at tde hem of th : pi-csident. Mr5. L. '. Scjuier. on West AVas-hinxton street. After preliminary e::erc.ses hy ?.ir. A. H. Thempscn an-1 Mrs. L. Ir ir gins. Miss Mary Haisey and Mii-s Hei tie Haisey sang a duet "I'pi a Pilgrim." Mrs. Squier pave a reading, and Mrs. Irvine read a selection from the Tid ing. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. L. W. Coggfns. AN ARIZONA WONDER. Mr. Lat tin. a Present t prin tt r and one ef the ov. n rs of the Printer's Syn.ii.'-ite rnir.e in the White Tanks, is in th city, and yesterday r jtrted to his fi bnd. Tom Gray, what would s-etn a remark able thing anywhere el.-..? but in Au z.ma. MifHv;-y Intwt'tn tne Whit." Tanks and Morristown there Is a pl-tce ca'Ied Brill's tanks th - tanks being constructed years ago for wat'r s;oir.ge purposes. They have been dus; dry all summer, but th.' oilier day when ?Ir. La t tin came by they wer-' bPt.-d with water, and be said h rau a muiiber of fish in them from four t .ix inches htnz. The fish have prob ably grown fdnce th- late rains. ROLM ES I S LOtl'ATED A le .Ut wa received here yesterday from Chi-. H. Holmes, at present located in Lo Angeies. He said thnt hi.-: brother, a Los Angeles real estate man. had been Injured cm a Santa Monica electric car so seriously that h had not previously found time to communicate with Phoe nix friends. Mr. Holme, who disposed of his projKrTty in Phoenix for a sum amounting to abTut $iTi.of recently. In tends, to make his permanent residn -e in Los Angeh-3. As j ait -payment Tor the sair- of the Holmes bu::di:ig Mr. Holmes has accepted some property on Carrdi avenue in Los Angeles, uyon nls brother's recommendation. He ?a that he is more than ever phased with the Uade since seeing his new horr.i. EXFORCINO CIVILIZATION. The management of the Phoenix Nation:;! bank ha:' undertaken the t:uk jf rui Ing hoodlumism at nc k;oi in the Kiiiv the bank's corner. The st ps of the bank have for years been a convenient roosting place for boys and young m.e.i -who annoyed ca?sr-?y. eseclall y I iioys and POPIT7VKLY THI5 REST tsnnrtOL HAT VIIT. OT'T WKAH TWO HATS OF ANY OTH 10 H KIND. i PRICE, $1.50 YOnt MON'ET P.APK IF TOU WANT IT. McDOUGALL&CO Exclusive Haberdashers a Next Door to Santa Fe By. Office pi COWBOY - HATS for Girls NOW is the time to pvit in yoxir lawn' Don't delay until the right , season Is past if you wish to beautify your yard.. - Australia. rv Rye Grass Seed tvt Complete Lino of Good Things lo Eat women, v. ith coarse, vulgar and some t'ii;,f foul i emarkp. The bank h. s caused a strong and at the amet(':c ornate iron enclosure to he bu.it around the step. The principal part of it is a folding; gate, each side f v hioh is slid back out of th.1 way ;n la. iking hours. At all other times It I i fcureiy 'Oi ked. A M ! Nl NO CONTF.ST. t'eo. F. Pan ders ye.-terday brought suit In dist rict court against Ben Sweni:iger. K. . Cidilinss, U. IE. Oamhlet and Paul i'.ill h rn to set atdde a de. d to tht Aug 1 . :;r.:ng claim, situated about six nnh-s northeast oi." the Vulture mine. The de fendants hold the property under a de J frcm elso Jradilli3. The d.-J was exe:ute by Juan Subiate. having pjwer of aitnrr,;y from Oralilln:. The deed v.a.s recorded and it is of the man ner of, le.ording ihnt complaint :s nmde. Subiat- male a mistake v.Ju n he presented the de I for ret-ord, in-t'-ndir '7 to record his power of attor ney The pljinlin tltuiiud a latr deed la pn-)f-riy in ) -tln-r. l'Si. I'OLK'K n)rHT,TJ. Snearl was arra is nod in t h- rcroi der's court ys I niay n th chmge of disorderly con duct and i-l'-adcd nt KUlltv. u datu I r trial was for th reason that 3 number of his friends hu vf 1 n teres ttvj theniy-lves in the cave an 1 tae family ulflirulty will firu-bahly bf settled out fif ci.urt. One wheel riiler wa flnt-d the usual amnunl for th1 heinous rrtnio of net owning- a Limn. A!su, There w:i i younic man fnsm IVm je. T:M hi luir' t a Tf n ash uw, A lolj.errmn In hlue fit- in hove into view, A nd found tiie voting n-an on a ppree. The r i order he snid. ?a.id ht . 'Til t in.-h tniF 'ocnI iran fr.tnr Te :n: -e. When he looked at the law the youTi man at once saw it tvoul I cf,:-t hi n thro? l-liiiiks to s-'-t frre. AX ATilLICTIC CONTEST. A spir ited contest is goini? on in the h:i;n school over athletics. The tlrm h'-u ome to chm.f four oflit ers fcr th" athlftie tfam. The class-- are curious ly di vided. the Feniors and f relimn nxains: the sophomores and the junior. i i iic niml of thf rt t.i t ii unit er -if freshmt-n and the small number of m - i f. ior? th cuT,(-ndi:ig' forres a' rnnlvii ev niy divided po nearly k that jfii;i ' allowing f"r unexpected things the r , nult of a voce if considered do'i'ttfal. 3 iih chances slightly in favo- of iite'r riidd'e classes. Th extremes h.ave' rrad an ofiV-r which rms to be fair. , t ic ?pi(". iht. r,f an oH:. er from Pii"h j fytsr. Tne 'niodls insist on furnisr.ns iiil tin cflicri.; ti;emslves. Thcv :.nv ' tvu.'icco ,n pr j arinc a lot of ruii ? j ;'.nd n'mmi'uoiiM which will tl Ii r' z v - ii -J -r j i f rey hnien. They p'c . n z the ur. n.itvral coalit'on hetwefn t:c pe- r nil is ar. ! i'r. hmen on tnrt Kruund liint alt t;-. seniors uie l: love will! H men iz.ri1-. We have eslahlished a rental dpnrt n ent und solicit your dwellings, busi ness hmsos and ranches for rnt. ur c r.ml location offers uneiuaTed ad vantaprf s. The Evans Ionn & Investment Co. T. 1. Gray, auctlnhor, country sals a t pt ialty. Address 44 Sou! h Third Avenue, 'I'hone 2;;9S. ITave Pau! Morgan tune and regulate your piano f.r the fall and winter. All persons indebted to Tr. Wylie are renue.-itd to please call at the ofTice of yil'.ay & Christy, Fleming bhr k. with whom the doctor's ace. unts are left and settle the same. CIIAXOR OF LOCATION. Moved my shop to or.rner Jefferson St. and First Ave. I will persona Ily attend to all work, F5'PRCIALI-Y TIIK SMOKING. Jack Kerstir.fr. ' i E. F. Keillor of? rs to Rf-li his who'.e j ta!? grwery an-1 best war-hoi:Fes In Phoenix, as a whole, on October first, 'inventory before restofkin? somt on larrr scale. It's a gootl business, but oivn:r able to retire. Supplies of All Kinds - Including plates, film, papers, mounts, chem icals and all the requi sites of photography. E. L. Andrews & Son jiW-V V ill i w ii mm i 'M. I tP' hi Money Tali If Invested in A Home. $1150 New Brick House ") rooms and bath $250 Lot, 50x140 close in, and if j'ou havn't the wherewith to lmild a house, talk with us about it. $8000 The finest home In Phoe nix. Beautiful shaded grounds. See our ad next week about Ranches. WeiriGk & Latham Knvc the Bargains 47 Pi. Center St. 'Phone 201 IFor Rent j A Brick House. :Four rooms with kitchen :'and bath":er month Iarizona BUILDING CO., : 21S Flemiuc Block. lllllllltllllilltllliltlKIltllllllllltlllliltllffltlltllilllllll Eat at Coffee Al's. ! 1 1 mtiii 1 in 111 in ci 111 tnii 1 11 1 11 1 11 iiiii it 111 1 11 ii HUAiiD OF T! t A I E. There will b a sjKM-ial rmetins of the hoanl of iiaile rt;xl Tuesday evening, ut whi h time the ptittehooil subject and tlie.matt'r fii a be:t wtKar "actory will mo?t likely be discussed. A LON"1 I?r:iD"K. ?u;'l intc-Tjent Porter relumed frun the tJi'a bridT' yesterday murntiiit. havins sot ti: rail rood track a .toss thiit notorious stream In sood workinff order. Jle l:as driven pilep Tram tvventv-tlve to t vvenly-eirat feet into the ground In all the newly ennstru-ted trestle. Tnat means n.)t below water, but below the bed of the stream.. so he is certain the frmndation Is sol d. To cover thv hole madu by the latest wa.-hout he has atlded f. e'.. m.iUi:iK a total of feet ad.le.l In re- nairins the two latest washouts. The btl.lire nndyfrestie is now T.leO feet !' .,;. ! almost far as from the LVrris thea ter to S.venth street, and ought to sat isfy the demands of that water. ,u: -e fcr Feme time to come. Ie will add still live bents -more to th- bridge in the near future, hr-wev r. just to show that he wants to "eal liberally v ii'n the river and keep on the frouJ side of 1. The prade will then be filK-J in 50m' what and rii-ran;ied on the urpcr side, along the no.th bank of the stream, where the urrent row runs. Ladies' Astride Kaddles. latest, fin? flowered, handstamped saddles, bussy and carriage trimminff, at N. Porter's h'addle and Harness Co.r 142 djast Washington St. F.ven a hungry biht of rope. sailor will scorn a WH BEG To Inform the bicycle ildera that we are the eole agents for the celebrated Tribune and Featherstone Bicycle. This line of bicycles is thoroughly guar anteed and in every way are perfect wheels. You can also find in our store the Hudson Bicycle, the Barnes Bicycle and the Eldridge Bicycle, making the most complete line carried in the terri tory of Arizona. We will meet all com petition on our lines and- give a guar antee on every wheel soli. We have the most complete repair shop In the city. All work guaranteed and done by experienced workmen. Mansfleld-Mss Wheel Co. 30-"2 W. Washlnrton Street. TV.rpiinc Xaln 1771. rhol Aril THE BEST VALUE WE EVER SAW FOR That is just what 'you will say when you see our new Hue of Ladies' Shoes. Six styles to select from. Patent Kid, Extension . Soles. All New and Snapp" Styles. - All -for $2.50 H. A. DlEHLt SHOE CO. (Q Dirt Cheap A Fine Ranch under cultiva tion under the Buckeye Canal. Can be bought at a low figure if taken soon J. Ernest Walker, 14-fO Second Avenue, Phoenix, Ariz Phone R()V Residence 3031 THE BEST . Blue Flame Oil Stove on the market just received LZK222ZEE-I ANOTHER ICE CREAM TALK . We are still at the front in the lee Cream and Sherbet business, and .the reason 19 that we make the HKST. us'ins only the purest insretlimts. Our rfpuiation in tlii line is well known, and we are continually gaining new friends thrutrh the merits of our products. j We pay special atrenti n to orders fr delivery, and give prompt service. Our Ice Cream I'ar.'ors are always comfortable, and we invite you to pay us a viit. HANNA & MUNSON. THE CANDY PEOPLE. Cor. Washington St. snd 2d Aye.. Opposite the Court House. . GOODMKN'S THE LEAD1IMG PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY il CORNER WKSHINCTGN KND jj CENTER Real Estata, Leans, Insurance" 2 The Home Side Horses and for Guests Will he rirty for siif.-ts on OtteUr 1st. Five miles ea.t c I'hoenix on th j Cioyr.-ut cuia!.. Altitude loo f.-et higher thaa the city of Phoenix. NO IHVT. NO 'Ml'D. NO MALARIA.. New, clean r.mms. IMenty ;f shade hii i grass. Swings and toiuet pronnds, 500 Tett to the he-iutiful, pttothin? waterfall,; where you may bit und ?ream the sunny hoi;:s a a ay. Win cull at nny time and a ny w hei e - fW gucxts and bae"grase free cf rharjre. G. H. Clayson, Proprietor j SEE THE NEW t Pattern for 1900. old This Picture ft ry. a OR. GEORGE B. PRATT Arizona's Leading Ootlcian, rHOENIX, AUIZONA $2.50; Real Estate, Loans, Insur ance, Notary Public . . 2 j Talbot & Hubbard Use the Phone No. 3091 STREETS mONEY LOANED on real estate or chattel security. Re payable in monthly installments to suit the borrower. -Ascertain Iny rates be fore placing loan elsewhere. E. E. PRSCQE HO N. neater St. Opp. Adams Park Hotel'-.--! GAS RANGES PKCLMX LIGHT AND FUEL CO. : At a distance of V2 inrher. m ive ?l-twiy toward th- eyes. w!?en the little ;irl will jump into the saddle. Turn your face toward our pis re f(.J lcw youi nose till yo:i reach oat" di-i. and we'll tell you about that, trouble with your cyos. They have been bothering yeu !o i en.iuKh Tobah.Iy too loup -frtf" their welfai the sensible thirty f : you bv ujen them things more re OU3. NO nt-s'et t and tyc.-iaht. vill lil:.-l.v may m.jn. y