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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1901.
'Stoves and Ranges 0'00Q000000002eC00CC000CSCC00000C0G00O Gun Repairing 13 o o o o o o o o If your old gun will pay to fix up for the hunting season, better bring it in and get the work done now. While our shop i3 rushed with this work, it will be worse later. Don't expect to wait for" the job when ycu com;, for it must take its turn. If you need a new gun, come in now. We have a fairly good stock of fine shotguns now, and will have a lot more In this week. Have you placed your order for shells yet? Our prices beat all the others. Our hand loaded shells leaded to order. Agency for the celebrated Garland Ranges, the best on earth. Also Cook Stoves, Gasor line Stoves and Heaters of all kinds. You will need one soon. Come and see them. Will be a busy one with us D. H. BSJRT1S, 13 and 15 East 1 Washington St 3-Carloads-3 upon reasonable no tice, but we will not load over 1,000 in a , ' . one day. . Finney & Robinson any GUNS, BICYCLES. CAMERAS, Established 1S87. Phone 1471. TYPEWRITERS, SPORTING GOODS. 40 North Center St., Phoenix. Big Sale on Soap One cf the Greatest Bargains evsr offered no you. Less ithan cost to manufacture, but it must be sold at once. 100 Cases, and no more, as we can not replace it for the money. TO INVESTIGATE E0AD Supervisors Looking Into Securing Tonto Basin Trade. ESTABLISHED ISS9. PERSONAL MENTION. ! v; r I sfmm - : Yesterday morning the board of trade committee which has the matter of the Tonto Basin roai in. charge, appeared before the supervisors and discussed the matter with them. Mr. William Mocre, who Tesldcs just acros3 Mount i Reno, explained the condition of the ' road. He said that there were over a ' thousand people reHidinir in the Basin, ' who would prefer to trade at Phonix. j Mesa or Tempe, but the" impossibility f of the road, across Ileno, prohibited : 'business. them doing so, nj in consequence FOl'RTH We Globe got most of th? trade. He said that there was no hope of Gila county helping to repair the road. The board of trade has volunteered to e-ndeavcr to raise fun In to r-build the road on the Gila county Fide, if the supervisors will repair the road on the Maricopa side. Supervisor Huns aker intends to go over the road in a few days, and his Teport will likely set tle the matter. The trade from the Tonto country would be of very material aid to th? valley, and would bring In many thous and dollars that now go elsewhere. Several Reasons why we should make your c'oihei. FIRST We have the larffe?t onJ tine.-:: line of VooI.i:s to seU-ct from. tjKi.OXl We keep none but ar:Is- t:n workmen. THIKD-We devcto our tim to that are bone fide tailors and ro other bUFlne-s t. devote our time to. Call and have the firt stlce liun of our novelties. Jadies Tailoring: given special attention. NICHOLSON, WKST WASHINGTON" Telephone ia"3. THE LEADING T.'.ILCB STKEET. Ida fastenada left last n!ght for Tucson. :'); It. D. Bnvee left on last night's train for Tucson. W. G. Lewis of Chicago was a south bound passenger last night. Mrs. II. V. Ilarbtrt was a pessenser ! f ir Naco on last night's southbound j train. I Mrs. G. A. Bacon and daughter Florence, left on last night's M. A H. train for Los Angeles. Governor and Mrs. N. O. Murphy re turned ytsterday morning and are reg- I Istered at the Hotel Adams. Mr and Mrs. W. N. Tiffany returned yestf rday morning from a tour of the ta-:t on which they left Phoenix early last summer. j Wilbur Speny and Wilbur Sperry, Jr.. of Mount Vernon, O., arrived here ytaterday m':rnln3r and are guests of the Hotel Adan-.K. K. Gul l'y of Rutte. and H. li. His toid and A. P. Goldsmith of San Fian ' it -o. were among thos? registering at the irstel Adams yetterday. Iicv. William O. Whittaker, recent ly the popular pastor of the Baptist church In Tempe, Is now in charge of the Baptist church in Jtakersfled, Calif. Mr?. II. W. Craig nf Wichita. Kan.. rr:lved h're yesterAy rro.ning ani U regl.'tprcd at the Hotel Adams. She will spend the winter wi'.h her son. i Dr. I;. W. Craig. 1 FIKST CLASS MINES WANTED. I EJXCELT-UNT WINE YEAIl. Don't delay long. a3 this lot won't last Big Extra Cure! Bars. 25c l.CCO Bars Pure White fumed Tol'et Castile for If you want good health use less med icine and more of Robinson's Pure Lemon Juice. 210 W. Washington st. 1 THE EMMA GOLDMAN TYPE. ! Extra Per- 5c "Then? is every prospect," writes a eorresponden':, un excellent wine year in the lihrne c''strici!, and the grapes are reported to be both of ex cclltnt quality and in great abundance. t'r:oi:ad' the presf-nt favorable weather continue, tt is txpected that :he vlnt- ; age of 1901 v.1'1 equal that rf 1M3. since I Several rurrent events will tend to which year ih-T. has not been so good attiact interest to I. K. Friedman's a crop. The wine of 18!ij I. alo gicvd. new novel "By Bread Alone." one rf Lut !i was not pi nt'fyl: that nf 1S37 the September publications of M-Clure, r.n-1 1!I0O was also fulrly gooJ: but 1301 Phillips & company. It is a story of is expected to be .the wine of the new the steel mills of Chicago, shewing the - century." London Ntws. gradual development of Irreconcilable The undersigned wishes to purchase for a California syndicat2. a first class mine, or mines, either gol-J. or e:pier. t'JMKr preferred. Mines must stand nr.ost FNjrcMnr txamination of a pro feerinnal rnining expert. Addrers CIS Laushlin Bul ding. Los Angeles, Celifon.f.i. J. ITAItVEY M CARTHY. TAKE NOTICE. 1,000 Bars Pure Slotted Castile, exrra pc-rft:mei! and finest quality. Hotel and Lodging House Keepers look this up at one?. You are getting" a 10c Soap for Be. One bar or 100 5c straight, and no loss. Lloney refunded if you don't like the Soaps, at - 1 THE STOItE THATS ALWAYS BUSY ! McKEE'S GASH STORE uinerencea Detw en employer and em p'oyee. It depicts the life cf a people who are at pree.nt of " unfortunate in terest to the public the Poles. More over, it introduces in fiction an anar chist of the Emma Goldman type. The read, r wonders If there was any comparison in the author's mind when he named her Sophia Goldstein. Fle- ins: 1n turn from Russia and France, she drifts Into New York, w her?, being : a bird of that black feather, she joins, Herr Most's flock. About the time of :thc Haymarket riot she linds her way) j to Chicago and associates herself with i a group cf the famous International, j i In- "By Bread Alone" she is located Pi' the factory town of Marvin, where she I harangues the ignorant Poles, excites mobs, and lives a life ut dire menace to society. Take a bottle of Lemon Juice home Washington st. itobinson's Pur Ith you. 210 V." On and after October 1st, 1901. I. E. T. Hawkins of Glenda!;-. A. T.. will tell for -cash. All those Indebted to me on accounts will p'vase call and settle, c I am needing the money. Thanking you for past favors and so'icitlns your future patronage I am yo-urs, E. T. HAWKINS. Harry Brisley. C. A. Larscn Just Arrived -j WILL- HRRIiZE o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o ) & - 0 O o o o o 0 & o o o o o o & o o o o o Q o We must make room. It will be to your advantage to see us. Bargains all over the Furniture Depart ment. Many odds and ends will have to go. It's up to you. WE ' WANT. IT'S mWi THAT 0 1 W&tWm'G Ir. Thomas has lnovt.l to Adan s etrc.-t. three Joors ! nard cf trade. 12 Weit west of : Twenty-first edition or Dungleson's .Tcliral I)ictionar. new, for siV, htap. Inquire F. T. Pome.oy . Co., Mesa. Robinson's Pure Lemon Juice. 210 W. Washington st. CHANGE OF LOCATION. Moved my shop to corner Jefferson St. and First Ave. I v. ill personally ; attend to all work. ESPECIALLY THE j PHOKING. Jack Kersting. Mis. E. M. Moshcr has returned from thD east, where ehe has been taking a special course In Tailoring, and is pre- j pared V give hvr customers the most I ar tistic effects in Tailor-Made Gowns. She has also brought machines tcr . making French accordeon pleating. I knife pleating, f. inginp, pinking and 1 buttons. a full line of the Goodyear Kubber Co.'s Syringes, Hot Water Bottles, Invalid Cushions, Atomizers of all styles and description at Eastern prices. A I "the&e goods are warranted. The Brisley Drug Co., Dorris Theatre L M.CRAWFORD..... MARTIN & STECHAN, Lessee Managers I Ice cream, snerbet. milts, salads, flsn. meats, chicken, et" Get a nice steak : out of our co?a storage. Dishes washed by stear... Luncn counter and dining room. Special cafe and private room, on second floor. Coffee Al a Restaurant MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. The Entertaining, Enchanting Farce Brown's In Town- Presented by a Company (ff unexcelled ability. Try a lemonade made of Robinson's Pure Lemon Juice. It will cost you nothing at 210 W. Washington st. Smallpox is cured at any stage, and i alto prevented, by Adaxuka. Cure ATiaranteed. At all druggi.its in Phoe nix. il.00 per box. The One Great Novelty ot the Year. The Continually Increasing Business 2;c. s. lac, ll.VD. Box seats, tl.zu. Re served seats on sale at The Brisley Drug Company. Hotel Adams, Friday, September 27, 10 a. m. PLANK, the HfiTTFR -i . . ; -, t The 1 Karses j 1 Garri- 1 ii a28s SMALLPOX. B x I Guests J ) prise ' jp 1 -trLJ day mm .M ADAMS HOTEL OPEN ALL NIUHT Being done by us tells the story of the popularity of our line of high grade Sewing Machines. We have them from J25..00 to $75.00, fully warranted for ten years. Accommodating terms of credit to all. Complete assortment or China and Glass Ware. RICHMOND House Furnishers. 2I"3 11. Washington : Home Side Park' Hotel -- - Will be ready for guests on October 1st. Five miles' east of I'1-.oenlx on thj Crosscut canal. Altitude 1"0 feet higher than the city of Phoenix. NO Dl'ST. No MUD, NO MALARIA. New, clean rooms. Plenty of shade and grass. Swings anj croquet grounds. 500 feet to the beautiful, soothing -waterfall, where you nray sit rind dream the sunny hours away. Will call at any time and anywhere for guests and baggage free of charge. G. H. Clayson, Proprietor j; We are stock full of good furniture, Ifl from floor to ceiling,, and are surprised p- to note the case in which it Is selling 'H Our Prices Are i Talking . jp We have a full line of suits, springs, W mattresses, rockers, chairs. Iron bed", white enameled drtssers, stand tablet. I mirrors, desks, etc., new and second hand. REMEMBER THE PLACE.. j Shears S? Toney, 22. and 21 W. Washington St. Badges, Emblems, Pins For society, fraternity or class are In stock In wide variety. Most likely we have what you want. If we haven't, will get it for you with out a moment's unnecessary delay, and without a penny's additional cost. Remember that it is safe to buy here. You are sure you are getting the best. Geo. H. Cook & Co. Arizona's Leadinr Jawelers. 134 West Washington Street. hk THE NEW YORK Plums n 'is School !e Are Open for Inspection for the Our Immense Stocks are crowding us to the utmost. We have bought more goods while in the market than we ever dared dream of before, but we bought judiciously, aud we bought right. We have scanned the market for the best values, and we sec we have bought our Fall and Win ter Goods so that we can save you money big nioue'. Millinery We have set the pace and are going to continue to give yon the most novel, fastidious and correct attractions in this de partment. Our force of milli ners, under the direction of Mrs. Kirkland, who just re turned from the. fashion centers of the east, will take particular pride to show you the daintiest and aid you in your selections. Walking Hats for Ladies, Misses and ChilfJren-Schocl Hats k 5 ; 3 Boys' School Suits Your boy needs a suit, prob ably two this season. We fig ured on 3"ou when. we bought the tremendous big line of school suits. We have them in all colors, all materials, all sizes, and have surely what 3-ou want. If 3 0U want a good wearing suit, just for good hard knocks, we can suit 3-our hoy. Boys' School Suits From to $10.00 Thin None's too Rood r.jr baby. Whi n y.ju want t he best we don't see how you can pass our Fharmitry without thinking of it. All; kinds of Baby Food. Hnby Tow der, I'tifTs, Vure Jum Nipples, Nursing Bottles. See .the UA1IY WINDOW. Your preset iptions are H!led by competent registerc-il pharmacists only i H onH PhilHron vr-hnrl Mofe S 9 p n 1 uiiu uimuigii uuiiuui iiuio I j 7 fj y a"y if Each I UiS 1 1 Loads of soods are coming daily. We have prepared for big nwowa en oauoncu yuu win utJ cl uublOuier OT I . THE NEW-YORK STOiREi For the latest In cool summer cloth ins and up-to-date hats you will find at PLANK, the Hatter ' 1M-8 Fleia Block. ELVEY & HITT FTT. fl Send Us Your Mail Orders 9- Just What You The Live Druggists 1 Want IIIJ?