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THE .ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1901.
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FOX V '.
Yes they are foxy, thejre among the svellest
in the land. There is nothing neater than
Chas. K. Fox's Slippers and Sandals.
Wilson &
When You Take
Medicine
you don't know what you are
taking- Tou place implicit trust
in the physician who prescribed
it and the druggist who com
pounded It. We realize this
fully, and act accordingly. We
want you to have every confi
dence In us we want your pre
scription trade. We make a
specialty of this line we will
appreciate your trust. .
T. P. Hudson
Prescription FTiarmaoy
No. 2 bit Washington Street.
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Ve Save You Money
OIN
Cook Stoves,
Steel Ranges
and
Heaters.
Moore's Queen Steel Ranges are the
lest because they are perfect in work
manship, substantial and durable. The
vens work quick. They save one-
hird to one-half the fuel used by other
tove3. Made of two sheets of cold
Tolled steel with sheet asbestos packing
4etwen.
Ovens boiler-riveted, buckle proof
Vith door strong hinged and forms
a. flush shelf whon open.
Top is made in four sections fitted
Jvith interchangable key plates.
Ash pan is very large and will eas
y hold two or three days' ashes. It
; removable through the end drop
uor. which forms a rest and is so
liiade that when the pan Is removed no
Ishes can fall on the floor.
Nickle parts are beautiful and elab
orate. One of the be3t Ranges sold in
huenix, but not the highest In price.
lioore's Queen Range with high
shelf and water back J43.73
loore"s Queen Range with high
shelf and water back, ( large r)..46.73
loore's Queen Range with high
shelf and porceline reservoir.. .$48.75
Moore's Queen .Twinge with high
shelf and porceline reservoir
(larger) $.49.75
fall and see our large lire of Stoves
nd Household! Novelties. iargest
t.ine. Lowest Prices in the city.
Davidson's Cash Store
114 to 118 West Washington St
Phoenix, A. T.
Telephone No. 236, 3 Rings.
Mall orders promptly filled.
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News of
the Towr
THE WEATHER
Local Ially Weather Report for The
Arizona Republican.
Forecast for today Fair.
Data for 24 hours ending; 8 p. m. yesterday:
Temperature Departure Departure
Since since
1st ol Month Jan. 1, 1901
MEAN HOBMA1,
81 74 ' 1$ -JS59
Maximum temperature S8, mlnjmum
temperature 63.
Average relative humidity, 3S per
cent.
Totol precipitation, 0.
Character of the day Clear.
WM. G. BURNS.
Section Director.
POLICE COURT. Two Mexicans
were convicted yesterday in police
court of bting drunk and disorderly,
and each was fined $.1. r
SUGAR BEET MEETIXG. All per
sons interested in the success of the
proposed beet sugar plant, should at
tend the meeting at O'Neill hall to
night. PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD. Rev. O.
T. Sevier, Rev. Benjamin C. Meeker,
Rev. Lapsley A. McAfee and Rev.
Charles H. Cook left this morning t
attend the synod of the Presbyterian
church at Flagstaff.
AN INCIPIENT FIKK. The firo
company was colled out quietly la.u
night about 9:30 to extinguish a bed of
burning coal in the rear of the Gosart
plumbing shop on North First avenue
How the coal was fired .could not r.p
learned and th?re was no damage ex
cept to the ccaj itself. The work of
the department was simply to prevent
what might have grown into a lire.
FUNERAL OF JESUS L. OTERO
The funeral service over the remain I
i f Jesus L. Xteru was he!d yestsrday ,
morning at 9 o'clock at the family I
residence. No. West Madison street.
The remains were then taken to tho i
Catholic church, where high mass va3
celebrated, after which a large proces
sion of friend's followed the dead man
to the Catho'ic cemetery, where In
terment was made.
SOME NICE SPECIMENS. Angel
Contreras of Wickenburg has snt to
the board of trade some handsome spe
cimens of ore rich in both copper and
gold, nicely arranged in a pan set in
a hanging lamp frame, so- that it ca.i
be suspended from the celling. The
specimens are from some promising
claims recently located by himself and
H. Farnsworth on the eastsrn slope of
the Vulture mountains near Vultuie
peak, six miles southwest of Wicken
burg. DISCHARGED. Justice Gray yes
terday discharged Mariano and Rosa
ria Bindiola. who were accused of
stealing chickens. It was shown that
the plaintiff was a next-door neighbor,
that -both families are engaged In the
chicken business quite extensively.
When either party missed a chicken it
has been customary to accuse the other
of stealing it, and as neither has a reg
istered branding Iron- and neither one
can show ear-marks on his stock, the
proof of ownership was too technical
a matter for the magistate to mix up
in.
WELL RECEIVED. The citizens
and business men generally are looking
with favor upon the efforts of The Re-,
publican to make a success of Its spe
cial Thanksgiving number. It will by
a paper thaKall can be proud of if
Will You
Incorporate
We supply companies with Litho
graphed. Stock Certificates, Seals,
Stock Books, etc. .
Tbe D. I!. McNeil Co.
StotioncrK,
Printers, B3ncJcr-.
Phoenix, Arizona
Send for estimates.
If you arc looking
ifor something good to read you
should le sure and see the
New Books The Phoenix Sta
tionery & News Company, are,
receiving daily.
Among the best are the "Eternal
City," by Hall Oalne, and "D'ri and I,"
by Irving RutchelHr.
In raper we have the "Deacon's Sec
ond Wind," by A. C. Gunter.
Piioenix Stationery & News Go.
10 12 West Washington Street.
proper support is given by those who
are to receive the most benefit, .a paper
all will take pleasure in sending to
their friends in distant parts, and a
paper the publishers will be more than
pleased to circulate. In fact, it will
be Just as good a paper ns the people
make it, and they can make it the best
number that was ever issued In Ari
zona. '
WHATSOEVER CIRCLE. At the
annual meeting of the Whatsoever Cir
cle of the King's Daughters of the
Baptist church, held at the home of the
president. Miss Lillie B. Peers, on
Tuesday evening, the following officers
were elected: Miss Edith Kay, pres
ident'; Miss Bessie Thomas, vice pres
ident; Miss Nellie McFall, secretary;
Mica Eva Bowyer, treasurer. The so
ciety voted ito contribute J20 toward
new hymn books for the church, and
55 to the home mission fund.
THE FORD BAR SEIZED. Dr. J.
M. Ford yesterday afternoon took pos
session under a mortgage of the Ford
bar stock and fixtures. The. bar was
owned by S. P. Clark and Is entirely
distinct from the . Ford hotel proper,
which is under themanagement of C.
G. Williams. The amount of the mort
gage on the bar was $1,200. said to
have been given to secure a loan. The
property will be sold under the terms
of the mortgage, unless In the mean
time an adjustment Is reached. Mr.
Clark, who Is still at his summer
resort at Green Mountain Falls, Colo.,
was expected to arrive in Phoenix on
Tuesday to reopen his dining room
TEMPE TO CELEBRATE. Tempe
lodge of Good Templas has postponed
their fiftieth anniversary Jubilee meet
ing till pleasant weather, and are mak
ing elaborate preparations for a grand
rally on tomorrow night. To Insure an
entertaining programme, they have
engaged orators for the occasion from
Phcenix and their good Judgment is to
be commended. It is announced that
the Rev. Mr. Zumwah. pastor f the
Christian church, is to deliver an ad
dress, and as he was reared in prohibi
tion Kansas, he ought to be well qual
ified tn. speak at a temperance meet
ing. Mrs. Buckiey. territorial presi
dent of-the W. C. T. U., has consented
to dtliver a congratulatory address on
beha'f of her organization, and Frank
Couch will deliver an oration. Grand
Secretary Waibridge will deliver the
historical adtiress of the evening, giv
ing hi3 personal experiences and ob
servations In the I. O. G. T. during the
past fifty years.
IT WAS ANOTHER PROFFET.
Bruce Proffet. the miner who was way
laid and murdered at Big Bug a week
ago last Sunday, has been confounded
with William ProfTet. the Rough Rider
who was a memb r of (V.npany 15.
Only yesterday The Republican receiv
ed a communication in whi.h this er
roneous statement was made. William
ProfTet, who was a good trooper, di
rected attention to himself after -, the
war by his marriage. His bride w:s
Susan Young, a rather good looking
mulatto girl. He sent a colored man
after the license. Probate Jud.e Scotl,
havelng been kd to suppose that the
applicant's name was lrofTet. ask-d
formally to what race the bride be
longed. The applicant replied that she
was of colored blood and th license
was issued. It was by no means cer
tain that the applicant intended to de
ceive the court. He truthfully answer
ed oil the questions that wore asked
him. but offered Information at hlh.
own instance. TTip wedding- ceremony
was performed by a. minister who wi.i
presumed to he color blind. TtKre was
5orne talk of having the marriage tin
nulled, but about that time Proffet and
hs wife dropped out of sight and noth
ing was ever done.
"A list of realty for sale, containing
-many choice bargains, furnished on
application. The Evans Loan & In
vestment Co., 1 and 3 W. Washington
street.
The ladies of Court Floral. 233. I. O.
F., will give the opening social ball of
the season at Elks' hall, Tuesday ven
ing, October 8th, 1301. No written in
vitations will be issued. ' All friends are
cordially invited to attend. Tickets,
50 cents.
Have Paul Mbrgan tune and regulate
your piano fc-r the fall and winter.
Sometimes over-liberal harnessmen
offer "Startling Bargains." and those
who are startled into buying are be
fore long startled by the discovery that
the article isn't worth what it cost.
The -reason the Capital Harness Shon
enjoys the distinction of having the
best class of trade in their line is that
the people know that only first class
mechanics are employed and that only
good material is used, and wh.v.i
in need of a good harness or stock sad
dle, hand made, they will not get the
product of cheap boys learning their
trade, made out of inferior ltather.
If they purchase from that shop on
the corner opposite the postofilce.
Oscar R. Lechler. proorietor.
jjiggaKKsj-i Mae JHmm
VARSITY
SUITS
Advertised in all tlie
leading magazines of the
country. Most popular
style ever sTiown for
young men. Don't place
your order for a suit un
til you have seen the
"Varsity."
YOUR MONEY BAC1C IF YOU
WANT IT.
McDOUGALL&COS
Exclusive Haberdashers
Next Door to Santa Fe By. Office
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91
R.eady
For the fall and wlnterjusiness.
Guided by several years' experi
ence in the fruit, produce and
general market business, our
stock shall at all times be se
lected with the greatest possible
care, and with a view to plead
ing the most particular of our
patrons.
Preliminary
Announcement
Fish and Oysters.'
A fine assortment of Fresh Fish,
Oysters, Crabs and Lobsters re
ceived Dally, and immediately
placed In our cold storage and
held at freezing point.
Columbia River Salmon and
Mountain Trout now arriving.
Our special pack Big Berwick
Bay Bulk Oysters. 20 cents doz. ;
or 2 dozen 33 cents; 3 dozen E0
cents.
Eagle Brand Fresh Frozen
Oysters, In cans. 85 cents.
Dressed Poultry
Spring Chickens and Roasting
Fowl dressed daily and prompt
ly placed in storage and thor
oughly chilled. .
A H ick of extra-heavy grain- .
fed Domestic Ducks Just re
ceived, dressed, drawn, r.-ady
for the ran, 75 cents each.
Fruits and Vegetables
Specialties Now Arriving
BLACK FIGS, 20 CENTS LB.
BLACK HURRIES, 1."C BOX.
STRAWBERRIES. FANCY,
PER BOX. 20 CENTS.
GRAPES. ALL VARIETIES, 10
CENTS POUND.
CONCORD GRAPES. PER LB.,
M CENTS.
RARTLETT PEARS. RIPE,
JUICY FRUIT, r CENTS LB.
FREESTONE PEACHES, :0
CENTS POUND.
n.l'JiS AND PRUNES, 10 to
l.- CENTS POUND.
VALENCIA ORANGES, 40. to GO
CENTS DOZEN.
FANCY TOMATOES, 10 CENTS
J-OUND.
DENVER CELERY, 10 to 13
CENTS STALK.
HEAD LETTUCE, S CENTS
HEAD.
WAX AND STRING BEANS,
11", CENTS POUND.
GREICN PEAS, 12Vi CENTS
IIM'XD.
FANCY ASPARAGUS, 12'.i
CENTS BUNCH. '
GREEN t ORN. 2: CENTS DOZ.
SUMMER SQUASH, 10 CENTS
1'ER l.li.
-CU.Mi:ERS. 5 CESTS UP.
RHUBARB. IT. CENTS LB.
SPINACH. .'. CENTS BUNCH.
NEW CHESTNUTS, PER LB.,
0 CENTS.
Butter and Cream
The choicest Maricopa Creampry
product received t fresh every
morning.
Butter, per lb.. 2."t cents.
Cream, per quart, 30 cents.
Cheese.
Every dereription of Imported
and Domestic H'heeses. held at
the proper temperature in o'tr
cold storage cases. Our great
specialty, the French Cheese
Factory's product, put up in
handsome tin-foil packages, at
10 and 15 cents.
Australian Rye Grass tested
- seed.
Kentucky Blue Grass Seed.
Now is the' time to put in
your lawns.
Wh.olesa.le
Department
A straight car of Watsonville
Apples Just received.
Lemons, Oranges, Cabbage,
Potatoes, Onions, etc., handled
in car lots. Headquarters for
Arizona Fruits and Produce.
Lowest priees to the trade.
Price list on application.
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Venture Hill Capj-ei" Stack 40.000
s-hares at 2.Tc. Will pay $1,200 commis
sion to iiurcha?r or broker. Boar.
Duncan. 443 Wilcox HuilJlng, Los An
seies. Cal.
Supplies of All
Kinds
Including plates, film,
papers, mounts, chem
icals and all the requi
' sites of photography.
E. L. Andrews & Son
The La Vita place, 23 acres, and 30
acr"o adjoining, opposite Indian school,
is now for sale. Alfalfa, fruit, water
right and 7 room house. This place is
now In fine shape and will make a de
sirable home. 3V4 miles from Phoenix
and mile from car line.
10 acres, with new 9 room brick house,
windmill and all new improvements, in
suburbs of Fhoenix, fCOOO.
A 20 acre alfalfa ranch, two miles
from Phoenix; has share water In S.
R. V. canal; J1500.
80 acres, 65 in alfalfa; fenced and
cross fenced; orchard and dwelling
house; J2200. 1
5 acres adjoining Phoenix on the
N. W.; small house; just the place for
a chicken ranch; $800.
Weirick & Latham
Have the Bat-gains.
47 H. Canter St.
Phono
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1 A Brick House. I
j I Four rooms with kitchen t
: and bath, per month I
$12.50.
ARIZONA BUILDING GO,, I
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Residence
Property
9- noom brick on North Third avenue
with bath, eleii.i ic llRht. 'etc. Size of
lot 100x200 feet: flrstclasss plumbing and
liniFh. Price i,6'K)..
10- i:.x)m house, oak floors, fin? finish,
almost 2 acres of ground, well Im
proved. Stable, etc. Price $6,500.
Three of the bet tonuses on Kast
V.-.n Iturcn street. 5 to 8 rooms each,
$1,830, $2,800 and $3,000.
4-Room frame cottage on West Mon
roe rtref t, north of capita!; two screen
room;", bath. weM finished, fine shade,
ete. Pi ice $1,250.
4-Ttoom frame cottage on East Tay
lor street, with porch and screen room,
city v.at-r. trees, etc. Price $S50.
4-P.oora brick in Highland addition
with screen kitchen, cellar, city water,
O.c, block from car line. Price $S0O.
Fine residence on Central avenue
and line 9-room brick within one mile
of city hall: both have modern im
provements and 10 acres of land so
with each.
Tlcsidence to exchange for ranch
property, and California, and eastern
proiwrty to exchange for SSalt Kivcr
vallt-y property.
All of the aboye and much more city
and; all kinds of ranch property for
sale.
E. A. Spaulding,
No. 41 West Adams street.
Opposite Postofflce.
Best Properties
For Kent one For Sale.
'COLLINS. TAYLOR & SON.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Renting a Specialty.
No. UN. First Avenue, Phoenix Ariz.
E. F. Kellner otters to sell his whole
sale grocery and best warehouses in
Phoenix, as a whole; on October first.
Inventory before restocking same on
larger scale. It's a good business, but
owner able tj retire.
THE BEST VALUE WE
EVER SAW FOR
. That is just what you will say when you see
our new liue of Ladies' Shoes. Six styles to
select from. Patent Kid, Extension Soles.
All New and Snappy Styles. All for $2.50
H- H- DlEfUi SHOE CO.
gtill at the Id
with plenty of Houses, Lots and
Ranches for sale or rent. Fur
nished and Unfurnished Houses
and Rooms for rent.. Give us a
call.
.Ernest Walker,
1-4 I6 Second Avenue, Phoenix, Ariz.
'Phone eoi Residence 3031
Blue Flame Oil Stove
on the market just
received
Do Vow Hat Chocolates?
VvV have commenced to make Chocolates and Bon Bons, and they are bet
ter than ever.
KKAi-'ON We have the best Chocolate coating that money can buy, and
the lust ingredients fur all our Confections.
Ic Cream always in season with us.
HANNA & MUNSON.
THE CANDY PEOPLE.
Cor. Washington St. and 2d Ave., Opposite the Court House.
Wholesale and lletail Mfers...of Candy an:) lee rVeam. Jobbers of Cigars.
GOODMMN'S
THE LEADING PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
CORNER MHSHINGTON RND
CENTER STREETS
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
HENRY RIDDLE & CO.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS..
KO. 17' NORTH. FIRST AVENUE
FOIl SALE Several Brick and Frame DwelLings.
Two lodging Houses.
Farm band in all uuantities ,
From- Five Acres to a Section
GooiJ Business Property.
MONEY TO IOAN.
HOUSES RENTED.
AGENTS FOR NON-RESIDENTS.
LIST YOITU PROPERTY WITH
SEE THE NEW
t Pattern for 1900.
SCHOOL BOOKS
SCHOOL EYES
$2.50
Real Estate, Loans, Insur
ance, Notary Public
j 1
Talbot & Hubbard
Use the
Phone No.
3091
mONEY LOANED
on real estate or chattel security. Re
payable in monthly installments to suit
the borrower. Ascertain my rates be
fore placing loan elsewhere.
E. E. PffSCOE
HQ N. Center St. Opp. Adams
US.
GAS RANGES
PHOENIX LIGHT AND FUEL CO.
School books was a leadinffiuostion
for parents during the past few weeks.
At this time we are prune to think
too much of bonks and --too little r.f
eyes and other physical prgana ci the
child.
.Your child may' have" complained of
hi eyes nil last year, may have I:i!1fd
behind in hin studies and school work
without complaint, yet you start him
into school this year without -even-u '
thnught of his poor ailing eyes whicn
will soon put him in misery or behind
!r. his studies.
Iwok at your child's ey.-s, let us
examine them and tell you the tromjic.
Timely attention can. cause you no re- j
DR, GEORGE B. PRATT
Arizona's Leading Optician, r. -PHOENIX.
ARIZONA,

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