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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN; WJ5DNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1G, 1901.
paid seeontl-class Of new shoes to select from, and particular attention tn fitting. If you want a first-r. lass shoo at you can find It at pin- iison & Wooldridge Jhen You Take U don't know what you are uing. You place implicit trust tht physician who prescribed an 1 the druggist who com-unJ-d it. "We realize this . ly. and act accordingly. We ,nt you to have every confl nLe in us we want your pre--irtion trade. "We make a emiiy of this line we will preeiate your trust. p. P. Hudson Prescription Pharmjr No. -i East Washington Street. News of the Town THE WEATHER Local Dally "Weather Eeport for The Arizona Kepublican. Forecast for todayFalr. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: EE! FREE! With Every Purchase A Fiae rbon Photograph! A Copy of Some Celebrated Painting At Temperature Departure Departure Since alnce 1 1st ol Month Jan. 1, 1801 MOKKAL T TO 4 61 -i IM Maximum temperature 10, minimum temperature 56. Average relative humidity, "6 pel cent. Totol precipitation. 0. Character of the day Clear. 1 WM. G. BURKS. Section Director. Art and Curio Shop, West Adams St., Opposite Postoffice. s Save You Money ON Cook Stoves, Steel Ranges and Heaters. ore's Quten Steel Ranges are the I ause they are perfect in work hip, substantial and durable. The W'jrk quick. They save one ! to one-half the fuel used by other s. Made oi two sheets of cold 1 steel with sheet asbestos packing -en. t.s boiler-riveted, buckle proof (iorir strong'-- hinged and forms ?n shelf when open. p is made in four sections ntteo interchansable key plates. ii pan is very large and will eas '.:! two or three days' ashes. movable through the end drop . v.hieh forms a rest and is so ; that when the pan is removed no s (aa fall on the floor, kle parts are bfautiful and elab- ('ne of the best Ranses-sold in i:x. hti; not the highest in price, res yuv;n Range with high and water back $43.75 i Queen Range with high i din water dock. iiarcerj..-ia.tu res Qaten Range with high ;f art 1 porceline reservoir.. .$48.73 reS Ol!.-..r. T. . n n . ..-(.1. I. i trYt ;: $.49.75 U an.i fcea our large line of Stoves H ur- -hold Novelties. largest J.o-..-s prices in the city. vidson's Cash Store 11 to 118 West Washington St Phoenix, A. T. -rUaAa 4r0- a Kinrt. irail orders promptly filled. A XEW NOTAKV. A notarial com mission was issued yesterday to Ben tan Dick of Tucson. ZHS. M ILL-AY HKTTEIl Word has been received from L.s Angeles that Mrs. Je: ry Millay is considerably im proved in health. WAIT IN Li MESSAGES. There ar.i undelivered U'legt j.bi. at the Western I'nion office for Amer t. MoGinnis and William Fox. W. C. T. r. MEIOTIXa. The regul-u meeting of the Wuman's Christian 1 Temperance union will be held in their ret eption room, orner Center and ..Ionroe streeia, at 2:20 thi3 afternoon. X DIVIDED HOrt-'EL The Model Grocery ia now in th.it condition de scribed as "betwixt and between. Half of it has been moved into its nt w quarters a: the corner of Center and Adams streets, and half of it is in. the old location. The work of moving will be completed within a day or two. DEATH OF J. O. WILHELM.-J, O. Wilhelm. who camt here about three weeks ago from Selwood. Ore., suffer ing with consumption, died yesterday afternoon on East Polk street. He his a wife in Oregon, to whum the re mains wi'l be sent, by I'ndertakrr Hraiiey for interment. He was 4. years old. OF INTEREST TO THE LADIES. The Rev. Mr. Z u m w a 1 1 of the Chris tian church announced from the puiplt last Sunday that he would preach on next Sunday evening to yours ladies, but added that he wanted the men to t ome. also, as he would not like to fa: e an audience composed exclusively of the gentler sex. A CAjJERA CLCII. A meeting of a number of those interested in amateur photography will be held t. night at the office cf Collins. Taylor & Son, 11 North First avenue, at 8 o'clock sharp, for the purpose of forming a camera club. Those who have kodaks ai'-l would like to join such an organization are corldially invited to attend. POMEGRANATES. Never until this season has there been exhibited a spirit of rivalry in the production of the pomtgrante. But this year many , good specimens have been piaced on exhibition at the board of trnde and elsewhere. Yesterday Mr. C. B. Wood, wio lives on North Central avenue. brought in to thu board the largest i specimens that have yet been dis played. ' THE ATHLETIC i LI"K. A meet-, It ing of the Phoenix Athletic c ub wa; ; held aiFt night at O'Neill Hail. Tti.-re ; was a good attendance and an organi zation decid-ed upon, and was as gnid as effected. Another meeting will be held next Thursday night for the elec- six members of the club, and they ex pect to do a great deal for local sport during the winter. GREAT ANXIETY. A Preseott pa per announces that the tirst child born in Val Verde town arrived last Mon day, and that It has beyn named Val Ve:de Delaney. The public Is waiting with great anxhty f.:r the next' bulle tin.' which will probably tel! whether it is a boy or a girl. HE L1VEJ IN PHOENIX. Ex Sheriff C. S. Fly, whose death occurred in Ilisbee a few days ago. was once a resident of this city. . He came hi re In 18i:i. and followed- the business of pho tography for almost & yar. He then returned to Tombstone, where he has lived since he tami to the territory in 1S79. and in the following year he was elected sheriff of Cochb.e county. He served two years, during the stirring times when Hlack Jack was ravaging that part of the ttriitory and d.-fying the authorities. He made a very good officer and was always a mnit com panionable man. Jg A FI RE ALARM. A stovepipe In Cue basement of the convent school about 7 o'clock last night set fire to a cup board and an alarm called out the lire deiartment. There was a ready re rponse of the firemen with the appar atus and some hundreds of the gen eral public. The chemh-al arrived early and extinguished the flumes so soon it was not necessary to turn m the water and the damage was tnererore trivia!. The Incident makes timely another calling of attention ib the manner in which the people in this town turn cut to firen, though it is quite like'y that no t hange will be made in the cus tom till the big apparat us runs ovt r two -or three person and kills them. Last night when the alarm souni.'d the streets that the apparatus must neces sarily travel over were lill'-.i witii pen- pie before the machinery cair. i:n.j view, and It was a w lid nramble for some ieopIe to get out of the way. Ou such an occasion it i- the duty of the drivers to make all possible spend an I the law glve3 them the right of way. Still, they are human and do nH like tj run oWr humau beings, and for som-j unar; ountai 'e reason citizens will not (online them.eives to t he sidewalk, where they belong. The bi: ycle ildei -, are also deserving of mention. Jle- ause they can ride as fast as a tire tnciue they insist on csorting it rrii Ing In front of it, when fhey could just a3 well wait till it passes cr take an other rtreet. Sot day o-. of them will hit a sna-r or break a wheel and find himself looking up anxiously in the firebox of t'ae steamer. THE A D VENT l RES OF A KK'Y LH. For a long time Deputy Const:; -hie Lee Redwine ha; lcn the owner i f a bicycle so o Lapidated : hat to riu it was a dealy peri: ani assx iatirri with it in the daytime a reflect :m o.1. clhcial life in Phoenix pret int t H ' Tried to trade It in a new wheel, IT -tffered to put it ia at on a bi -yc:-? which a dealer said he would sell for $."0 tah. Tne hi. ycle man said if had to take that old gaost he w.m ,d have to demand in cah. I-ast Mon day afternoon the wre-.K was leaning against a curbstone in Wad street, when a drunken miner staggered along and was attracted by its groUiiue a. -pearanre. He arked who-e it was, iT it was for sale, and how much the j'ri. e would set the buyer back. Redwine re 7'Iied that he owned the wheet, th.u he could be induced to pa:t with i in tonsideratitm of thirty cent to hi.n in hand paid. The miner undernto.i-i him to say thirtem dollars and gave hirn the money, and before he could re cover from his surprise, led the whef 1 awy. He had never ridden a bicycle. He conducted it around from saluan t salcon all evening. The city police at last saiv him with it, an.1 thinking h'--had stolen it locked him up. Intending to lodge a charge of insanity against him yesterday morning. In the mean time other parties, rercgnizing the wheel and thinking to piny a JoKe on Redwine, pawned it to a blind barten der for a dollar's worth of wet good.. They told Redwine about it yesterday morning anJ said it would cost iiim a dollar to recover his property. He repiicd thrat he had r.o w heel. The sup rcsed thief was released the nyxt morning, having proved to the satis faction of the court thnl he was gen erally of sound mind, though subject to hallucination? on the subject of bi cycles. He hunted Redwine up and got him to help him recover the stolen nm- chine. He got pof.sessiuii of it on t!u; payment of one dollar more and re- ' sumed the parade about town with it. In the eouise of the afternor-n it ft-II : to pfetes. j The Evans Loan & Investment Co affords the best medium through whit I to buy and sell real esiate, lend o borrow money. If you wish to exchange city houses for small tracts of improved country property, tall on Lincoln Fowler, ;!4 BuxtoiVs Market Most complete Stock in Arizona. We Offer Today BLACK FIGS, 20 CENTS LB. BLACK HEliltlKS, 15c BOX. ' STRAWBKIIKIES. FANCY, PE11 BOX, 20 CENTS. GRAPES. ALL VARIETIES, 10 TO 15 CENTS POUND. CONCORD GRAPES, PER LB., 20 CENTS. BARTLETT PEARS. RIPE, JCICY FrtfIT, 5 CENTS LB. FREESTONE PEACHES, 5 CENTS FOUND. PLUMS AND PRUNES, 10 to 15 CENTS POUND. .VALENCIA ORANGES, 40 to CO CENTS- DOZEN. FANCY TOMATOES.10 CENTS POUND. DENVER CELERY, 10 to 15 CENTS STALK; HEAD LETTUCE, 5 CENTS HEAD. WAX AND STRING BEANS. 12'i CENTS POUND. LIMA BEANS, 15 CENTS 1,13. GREEN PEAS, mi CENTS POUND. FANCY ASPARAGUS. 12. CENTS BUNCH. GREEN CORN. 25 CENTS DOZ. SUMMER SQUASH, 10 CENTS PER LB. CUCUMBERS. 5 CENTS UP. RHUBARU. 15 CINTS LB. SPINACH, r CENTS BUNCH. NEW CHESTNUTS. PER LB., ::o cents. CRAN HERRI ES, PER QUART. 20 CENTS. , SMOKED HALIBUT CHUNKS, :!0 CENTS POUND. Nuts Filbert?. Brazils, Pecans. Wal nuts, Almonds, BesB Virginia Peanuts, Chestnuts. Arizon i Shelled Almonds, Jordan Al monds. Cheese. Every desert ptfi'm of Imported and Domestic Cheeses, held at the proper' temperature in. our cold storage cases. Our great specialty,! the French Cheese Factory's product, put up in handsome tin-foil packages, at i't and 15 cents. Pickles Sour Gherkins. Sweet Gherkins, German Dill Pickles. Onions. Imported Olives, Sweet Stuffed Pickles. Mure to arrive. Black Split Mi.-sion CXives. Dressed Poultry Spring Chickens and Roasting .Fowl dressed daily and prompt ly placed in storage and thor oughly chilled. A flock of extra-heavy grain- fed Domestic Ducks Just re ceived, dressed, drawn, ready for the pan, 75 cents each. The first fat Turkeys of senson; nil sizes. Cranberr elery and chestnuts to along. 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 freein point. Our special pack Big Berwick Bay Bulk Oysters, 20 cents doz. : or 2 dozen 35 cents; 3 dozen 50 cents. Eagle Brand Fresh Frozen Oysters, in cans. 85 cents. Australian Kye Grass and Kentucky Blue Grass Seed, tested &rvd guaranteed to grow. infill HERE AT LAST JUilJb'lU. & MURPHY'S Fine Foot wear for Men. The latest novelties in stitched heels, extension soles,, etc. In fact, the finest lot of footwear ever shown in Phoenix. tf. R. blEHli SHOE CO. Headquarters FOR Strangers. We have the most complete list of Furnished and Unfur nished Houses for rent in the cit INFORMATION FREE We have the best Boarding and Rooming House for rent in the cit-. This will pa3' you to investigate. We invite your special at tention to our list of mvest ! ments. We have some great bargains in City, Residence and Country Property. These will make 3-011 nione-. Money always on baud for j I (jilt ivdge Real instate L,oans. Our rates the lowest. ! r iWeirick & Latham Still a 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. V J. Ernest Walker, Real Estate, Loans, Insur ance, Notary Public O-I6 Second Avenue, Phoenix. Ariz. Phono SOI Residence 303I Do You Want to Buy a Heating Stove, Cook Stove, or a Steel Range. If you do, we have the right thing at right prices Hnvc the Bargains 47 N. Center St. Phone jjFor Rent j A Brick House. Four rooms with kitchen iand bath, per month S12.50. I ;f ARIZONA BUILDING CO., 21S Fleming Block. 3 t ":l S I TTTTT'TT'TTtTTTTTTTttTrTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTt ie-1. f I j tllllllllllllllllllllllltllllltltltlllllllllltllllllllltlUltllU I Hat at I Talbot & Hubbard Candies for the Fall Trade "h(K'olats, all flavors. f IViimu Krittle. Kits. I. ilixt'il Candies of all descriptions. AU-IXiy Su kers for th Sc.ioul Ice Cream always in ppa.-'on. Kuttercups, al! flavors, lionbnn. ' Marshrrtallows. French Nougat. Children. Fre.-h Fruits, etc. - . HANNA & MUNSON. THE CANDY PEOPLE. Cor. Washington St. and 2d Aye.. Opposite the Court House. Wholesale and Retail Mfgrs. of Candy and Ice Cream. Jobbers ol Cigars. Use the Phone No. '3091 Wsxnted Paper hel! Karl W it pears, cUfAC-ns. paper Muft l'e li;t Highest rash paid. auizona r.nowx Itoniegranates. parlir, spring snell, almonds. quality only, market prices DATKS. Coifce Al's. MititiiiiitiiiimiiiHMiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiimiiitiiiimi THE LEADING PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Don't Buv- i COLLINS, TAYLOR & SON, Bct Propertleit ; i ity or ranch prujierty until you have For Rent and For Hale. ! setn K- A- raul.Iing, the Heal Kstnte I man. j I have some or the best bargains any 1 fine can otTer irany ot them exclusive. Just noiv I can effu-r extra values in ' .". '). 40 and ISO acri- ranches, alyo in I desirable and well located homes in I I'l-.oenix. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. tion cf officers. Tnt re are about thirty- Scuth Center stre: t. Will You Incorporate Ketitinir a Specialty. No. 11 N. First Avonne, Phoenix Ariz. rilK r:AN;KKK-L:itt-r rppons from the battle lntwctn a party of the Ari :fna Itanff'-rs and outlaws n Black iiv r art that neither of the two men kil!'d were nn.tnbeis of the orfianixa- ;nm but both w re members f the T als have thr:e exceptionally fine rtvidonces located within two miles of town. 10 acres to SO acres of weM im proved land with each and best of wa ter rights. We supply companies with graphed. Stock Certificates, Stock Books, etc. I-!tho-Seals, The II. D. McNeil Co. Stationer w. Printers, liinders. Phoenix, Arizona Send for estimates. We now have plenty of the McKinley Memorial Num bers of Harper's and Leslie's Weeklies. Mailed to any ad dress for 10 cents each The Phoenix Stationery and News Company IO-I2 W. Washington Street mu srfi VARSITY SUITS Advertised in all the leading magazines of the country. Most popular st3'le ever shown for -oung men. Don't place your order for a suit un til you have seen the "Varsity." YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT. McDOUGAL'L &. COfe Exclusive Haberdashers , . i 11 ". ii 1 iiivdi it: 1 p mi 1 ue 1 Qtl'Csse ;f the Apache cmntv sheritT. J ... . , , Hi Th. ir nair.es a:e Tapolla and Maxwell. a':f-"I;J I-"' Bjlt i aid als., that two of the outlaws for Salt Hi l I v. h , l;e!,r.s tu the Will .Sr.iith buiir. !c j' Hivie r.tptured anj one es-aped to the, .-. .,ir ,Mn,.h iti, r ! isoulh. 3 , 1 aKe a 1; tj I I.emnn Jul H j Waliinto ern p-.-opeity lo ver Valley rroiJ- Take a bottle ot ftobin?on"s Ture lice home with you. :I0 V.'. ton st. :J I Have Paul Morgan tune and regulate li'jour piano fcr the fall and winter. WANTED. MANAGER. IJ:y caiiis, shoe and clothins busi r.t S8. One who can. take small cash interest preferre.l. WI.I sell or trade. l"or pai'tlcuiars address P. O. box 26. hi Venture Hill Copi-r Stork 41.000 ft) Stiarf-9 ae -u;c. will pay 1.-00 comiiils- ;2 Irion to purchaser or broker. Boa: Illnn.n AA'. . ..... ... m ' srelss. C'al. Wilcox Huilc'ing, Los An- tiLse ianch with new britk house. furnished, for rent. Fine building- lot on Flrt avenue, south of Hennitt lane for sa'e fnr J."i00. 2-Story, S-room brick house on North First Avenue, wi ; h modem improve ments. Owner will give immediate p.iKKesrlon. or lease the property of j purchaser for one year for 2 per cent ; of Felling price. I have two $1,000 residences for sale on same terms. E. A. Spaulding, j No. 41 West Adams street. . " . Opposite PostolTice. lastmari Koda There c no KodalTbtit the I i R H. Sold in Phoenix toy L,. Andrews 55r Son, Next Door to Santa Fe By. Office W U t IV , a rz? ITMh. i iji JJA. JU.H UtWBKCBrW . WIXt w .w.ai. 9 - H m' - c. n a . -. nzsii x t . CORNER MHSHINCTON fSND CENTER STREETS 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. ilea! Estate, Leans, Insurance E. E. PflSGOE HO N. CBnie.rSt.Opp. Adsms HENRY RIDDLE & CO.- ..REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.. XO. 17 NORTH FIRST AVENUE FOR SALE Several ISrirk and Frame Dwellings. Two Lodging Houses. Farm Land in all juan titles From Five Acres to a , Section Good Busir.rss Proper ty. MONEY TO LOAN. . . HOfKKS KEXTKI). r AGKNTS FOR XO.V-RESIDENTS. LlT YOl'R ntOP ERTY WITH US. j SEE THE NEW GAS RANGES Pattern for ,900. PKOCMX LIGHT AND FUEL CO. Kl I l- -X i r CJi 'its- DR. GEORGE B. PBaTI Arlxuua's LeadiliX ODUclkii, Fxamine Into Our Optical Business We examine 'eyes and fit glasses for all defects of vision. We have corrected many eye defects, and given ease and comfort, where others have failed. What we have done for others we can do for 3ou. ' We can do all any good optician can do, and much others can't do.