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' THEjARlZOKA REPUBLICAN; THURSDAY MOHKINC, OCTOBER 3,., 1901. '
ca IB FSS ! . f I 1 .A, A ( I 8i f H 0 P 0 S If 0 flPY 11U U (J U I - IILUUUI U UUI Some Elegant Ladies Bicycles for $20.00 each; worth $35; a f i Call early If close-out price. . Pinney & Robinson Agency for the celebrated Garland Ranges, the best on earth.' Also Cook Stoves, Gaso line Stoves and Heaters of all kinds. You will need one soon. Come and see them. D. H. BIRTIS, 13 and 15 East Washington St GUNS. BICYCLES, CAMERAS, Established 1SS7. Phone 1471. TYPEWRITERS, SPORTING GOODS. 40 North Center St., Phoenix. DON'T Cut THis Out 10c 500 doz. Lemons. 10c 1000 do: day only. delicious ripe Bananas; to- 15c CCO lbs. New Honey. Crop full weight Card READ THIS no old stock; New goods now in; all these just received: Shredded Wheat Biscuit, Gluten Farina, Ralston's Health Food, Fox H. Food, New Crop Indian, Ceylon, Oolong. English Breakfast, Gunpowder' and Hyson Teas, Saltod Peanuts. Bayle's Chili Sauce and Salad Dress ing, Saratoga Chips, Hazelnut Pretzels. German Pretzels, New Alaska Salt Salmon, Salmon Bellies, Codfish, Mao earoni. Currants, Seeded Raisins, Geb hardt's Chili Powder, New Card Honey, Cream of Wheat. Boss Flour, Pillsbury's Flour. We are just rolling in new goods now. Watch us for prices McKEE'S GASH STORE MEETING AT MESA Large Gathering Heard the Sugar Project Explained. BUCKEYE NEWS PERSONAL MENTION. Buckeye. Ariz., Sept. 30.-(Spec1al James Foster It ft for Globe via tha correspondence of The Republican.) I M. & P. last evening. O. E. Wilcox lcrt ror unrasu morning via the northern route. " Mrs. StTckney was a passenger for Los Angeles on last night's train. Miss Noia Smith was a passenger o- this morning's north bound train fo Crawfordsville, Ind. T. G. Norris of Prescott was at th-j Hotel Adams yesterday en route to Yuma, where he goes to attend court. Miss Empsy Lipscombe, the stenog rapher, left last night-for a two weeks visit to Tucson, where she will be. th W T fin? has returned home. Mrs.A. M. Wright arrived rrom Pope Valley. Cal., Saturday to teach school at district No. "5 next Monday. Mm. J. W. Collins of the Bartlett Heard cattle ranch and Miss Myna McDonald of the Phoenix high school visited Buckeye Saturday and Sunday. John K. Norton of Phoenix is at hi3 ranch for a few days. Ri'.ey Johnson is wondering what has. become of the case of cotton batting that was stolen from the back of his store Thursday night. If any wis has nore tatting than he needy, bring it grjest o. Mrs. Sam Drachman. back and Mr. Johnson will trad? othe: In Woodman's hall . at Mesa, last J goods for It. There was about lifty evtning, was he'd a meeting far the , pounds of the cotton purpose of giving to south side busl- j Free Methodist camp meeting is In m-sa men an explanation of the beet j scrslon. sugsr project. Messrs. B. A. Fowler, Water Is in the canal again ani VV. J. Murphy and Dr. J. M. Ford of ; everybody Is glad Just get an Arizona UP the board of tra3e, addressed the meet ing and Messrs- Sampsell and Bryssel bout. of the Eastern Sugar company, explained the mavter from an expert view. There was a large attendance ana a grat amount of interest was manlfeted. During the day. the visi tors were driven to the Chandler and McQueen wells and to various- other points f interest near Mesa. This af 'fernoun they will conduct a similar meeting at the Hotel Atwood. at TVmpe. and it is desired that every person who can do eo, attend that meeting. . This evening, at O'Neill hall, at First and Adams streets, in Phoenix, a mas meeting will fce held and an earnest rancher happy. "full" or watsr and he ia W. R. BLACKMER. ESSAY ON PEOPLE. A six-year-old school gir! submitted the following composition on "People." "People are composed of girls and boys, also men and women. Boys are no good till they grow up and get mar ried. Men who don't get married are no good ciither. Girls are young wo men who w1:l be ladUs after they graduate. Womani van made after iran and I'rie Bob tays they have been after them tver since. The Lord invltailinn is extended to everyone who -- wrappin utter ne .rau has the valley's Interests at heart. I Adam, bull he said to himself: If at Short addresses will be delivered ard j first you dnn't sue--eed. try. try again. the sugar matter thoroughly explained, j ? he tet Bln and made Eve; then There was a very large attendance he was sati!?:id. B;. are an awful at -the Glendale meeting Tuesday bother; they want everything they nee evening, and a large amount of -en-l" PoaP- " 1 1,0 mV wa h.a'f thusiasm was aroused. ! thf y e world would be girls c ' and the other half dolls. My ma t a woman and my pa is a man. A woman is a grown-up girl w'ith children. My pa i. such a n-ice man th3t I guess he trust rave neen a girl when he was a litt'e boy. That's all I know about pcccle at the presacit writing.' Mis. M. Stein returned home yester day morning fro.n htr summer visit i.i j Chicago, during which the purcnase-i htr winter stock for the Chicago stor-. I Miss M. Finley of 411 West Washing ton ptrcet returned yesterday morning : from fan Francisco and Los Angeles. I wiv.re she has been spending her vaca tion. Harry J. Jones, who has been spend ing the summer In California, returned home yesterday and Is registered at the Hotel Adams. Mrs. Jones will join him later. ; Among those registering at the Holi 1 Adams yesterday were C. A. Werden of New York. William Button of Pres cott, Joe Isiacl of San Francisco and W. E. Kobinson of Los Angeles. E. S. Yankee of Canon City. Colo , arrived here yesterday morning, regis tering at the Hotel Adams. Mr. Yan kee is interested in some large mining enterprises in the western part of thi territory. TAKE NOTICE. If you want good health use less med icine nd moiv of Robinson's Pure Lemon Juice: 2:0 W. Washington st. KEEP YOUR "THE FACE I IE SHAVED." Gaunt in form and rugged in feature, Ralph Wald-j Emerson wa tar from a, lma.'ji:me man. D. C. French, the sculptor, once executed a bust of ths great essayist, whk-'h is now in Memo rial hall of Harvard university. At one of the sittings, says Mr. French, Mr. Emerson rose suddenly and walked over Ko where the artist was working. He looktd ".ong anl earnestly at th? bust and then, with an Inimitably droll expression, he said "The trouble is, the more It resembles me the worse It looks." After the sculptor had finished the bust he asked Mr. Emerson Ko in rp"t it. Th philosopher's- op-'-nion was characteristically terte: "Well." he raid at last, "that is the face I shave." Chicago Chronicle. On and after October 1st, 1301. I. E. T. i Hawkins of Glendal?, A. T.. will eell for cash. All those Indebted . to me on accounts wiil please call and settle, as I am needing the money. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting your future patronage I am ycurj. E. T. HAWKINS. The young man on a salary of JC a week Is apt to think his best girl dearer than he can afford. Some married women who claim to have found their aflinlty don't ,look as though they were very prouj cf the discovery. Harry Brisley. C. A. Larscn. Miss iiimm?, dres3maker. 447 North Fourth avenue. Robinson's Pure Lmon Juice. 210 W. Washington st. Just Arrived " a full line of the Goodyear Rubber Co.'s Syringes, Hot Water Bottles. Invall 1 Cushions, Atomizers of all styles and description at Eastern pricesr All these goods are warranted. The Brisley Drug Co., ADAMS HOTEL OFi3IN ALL IN I OUT FRIEDMAN, -THE PAWNBROKER, who can help you in time of need, and you can always find him at 41 North Center, where he is open for any fair deal, and has bargains for everyone In unredeemed p'odges. Arizona Loan Office - 41 North Center Strvet, Ner Hotel Adams N. Porter Saddle & Harness Co. for , Hand Made Saddles and Harness, made of best grade cf leather; w warrant ' , it. Also expert carriage trimmer em I ployed. Satisfaction guaranteed. 142 I E. Washington. The Home Side Park Hotel--- SMALLPOX. Smallpox is cured at any stage, and , also prevented, by Adaxu'ka. Cure guaranteed. At all druggists In Phoe nix. J1.C0 per box. t Dr.- Thomas has moved to 12 West . Adams street, three doors west of board cf trade. I Horses and for Guests Will be ready for guests on October 1st. Five miles east of Phoenix on the Crosscut canal. Altitude 110 feet higher than the city of Phoenix. NO DUST. NO MUD, NO MALARIA. New, clean rooms. Plenty of shade and grass. Swings and croquet grounds. KOO Ceet to the beautiful, soothing waterfall, where you may sit and dream the sunny hours away. Will call at any time-and anywhere for guests and baggage free of charge. G. H. Claysoti, Proprietor your curtains and portieres for Fall is now here, and if you are not well sup plied we can offer you some beautiful things in the latest colors and styles. Art Drapery, New Shades, All Prices; Silkolines, Plain Col ors, Kancy Figures, at 10c, 12 l-2c.' and 15c; Art Denim; Cretonne; Furniture Twills; Tapestry in Roman Stripes, Raw Silk and Jute; Lace Cur tains, New Designs, All Prices; Portieres, Stripes, Roman Ef fects and Plain. We can show you a fine assortment of these goods, and quote you the low est prices in the city for good goods. . U J : AL 9 and 11 East Washington Street Telephone 27-44 F5 Hoc mix, Arizona Weifer's Meat Market ' Kext Door fo I'osloflice The hest of evf rvthicj. Bar becued Meats a specialty. A V.'EILER, - - Proprietor PLANK, the HATTER f-sKt.??--- ' v ' ."-''.i;:'i?l :-,'a,;-c'-i'-.,-:. -.i ; ;- The Continually Increasing Business SFE THIS COZY HOME We can furnish your home just as nice as this one. with a v.ry small out lay of cai-rh. We have a full linn cf ' Household Goods, ruch a3 Bedroom j SuitB, Springs. Siattresses, Couches, I Chiffonier?, Iresoers. Commodes, lial j ting. CarpetH, Stoves, Tinware, DUhes, j etc., new and second hand. I Call and see us. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. ! Spears & Toney, 32 and 34 W. Washington St. COIfHIOM' Being1 done by us tells the story of the popularity of our line of high grade Sowing1 Machines. We have them from $25.00 to $75.00, fully warranted for tea yean. Accommodating" terms of credit to all. Complete assortment of China and -Ulass Ware. RICHMOND DAY CO. House Furnishers. 21-23 B. Washlniton Ht. I I 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. Kernember that it is safe to buy here. You are sure you arc getting the best. Geo. H. Cook & Co. ' Arlson&'s leading; Jaw.lars. 134 West Washington Street. Things - for -baby's Us None's too good for baby. When you want the best we don't see how you can. imss our Pharmacy without thinklm? of ti. Ail kinds of Baby Food. Baby Powder, Puffs, Pure Gum Nipples, Nursing Bottles; See Ihe BABY WINDOW. Your prescriptions are li'led by competent registered pharmacists only Do You Know That You Can Save 14 the Price I of your SUIT by having us make it Goods, Fit and Work manship Guaranteed. Our Fall SUlSingS came in Saturday. Prices Just Call and The Leading Tailor. Successor to Ros & Megquicr 35 W. Washington Street Phoenix, Arizona 'A For th. latest In cool summer cloth ins and up-to-date hats you will find m.1 PLANK, the Hatter 1M-S Flaolax Block. ELVEY 6c HULETT, The Live Druggists 9 Send Us Your Mail Orders. We Have ; Just What You Want