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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1901.
Who Makes the Shotgun Shells that You Shoot ? Are They Guaranteed ? Yes? Just' Received! A full assortment of grates for open fireplaces. All of the latest designs in Andirons and Fire Sets. Fire Fenders of all kinds made to order. How do you know? We handle no thins but the famous SEL.BY FAC TORY LOADED AMMUNITION and our own HAND LOADED SHELLS. Suppose Your Gun Blows Up with ammunition that you don't know who loaded? Ail the ammuni tion we sell Is guaranteed. That is one reason why we sell so much. For the other reason we refer you to all the best shooters in the. valley. PINNEY & ROBINSON, GUNS. BICYCLES, CAMERAS, Established 1887. Phone 1471. TYPEWRITERS, SPORTING GOODS. 40 North Center St.. Phoenix. A Great Snap is our Glngersnap. Just the thing for the school children and cheaper than you can make them. We're selling them now at 10c Per Pound. absolutely fresh and to go with it the finest line of Cookies, all just received fresh: Cocoa Taffy, Graham Wafers, English Milk Biscuit. Fig Bar, Choco Dates, Macaroon Snaps, Pearl Oysters, Ginger Nuts, Raspberry Wafers, Strawberry Wafers, Butter Crackers, Sea Spray, Cupid Chips, LaFiesta Moss Wafers. Also just opened Sour Pickles. Silver Thread Saucr Kraut, Sweet Pickles, Imported Queen Olives, Dill Pickles, bulk Mince Meat. $1.00 takes 17 pounds D. G. Sugar at the store that's always busy. McKEE'S CASH STORE An Ideal Winter Home for an Eastern Family Being a 60-acre tract 5 miles from town under the Maricopa canal, with highly Improved grounds, large shade tree?, palms and roses, stable. Tur ning water; 8-room house, with large porches and telephone connections. Sanitary plumb ing, all modern conveniences. barge Mat cf Baal Batata foi Sat Money Loaned at reasonable rates, with pre payment privileges. LIST your property wltH Dwight B. Heard CENTER AND AUAM3 Event No. 7 15 targets. Entrance $1.50. Event No. 8 20 targets. Entrance 2. Event No. 9 15 targets. Entrance 1.50. Event No. 10 Miss and Out. En trance $1. privilege of one re-entry. E'ent No. 11 Consolation, 15 targets. Entrance $1.50. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. Event No. 1215 targets. Entrance 1.50. Event No. 1320 targets. Entrance 2. Event No. 14 15 targets. Entrance J1.50. Event No. 15 50 targets (Four Men Team Championship). Entrance J6. Event No. 16 25 targets. Entrance J2.50. Ten dollars added by Phoenix Gun club. Event No. 17 15 targets. Entrance J1.50. Event No. 1820 targets. Entrance 2. Event No. 19 25 targets (Two Men Team Shoot). Entrance $2.50 each man. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28. . Live Birds. Event No. 1 7 birds. Entrance 13.50. Event No. 215 birds. Entrance $6.50. Event No. 3 12 birds (McVeagh Handicap). Entrance $3. The following is a list of champion ship medals shot for since the first meet". In December. 1894: INDIVIDUAL LIVE BIRD MEDAL. Date Place Winner Score 1894. .Tucson.. .J. H. Holmes 1895..Prescott..Thos. Stephens 1896. .Phoenix. .J. H. Holmes 187..Prescott..J. H. Holmes and... F. N. Scofleld. tie 1! 1898.. Tucson... M. P. Chubb M 1899.. Phoenix. .E. K. McVeagh 13 1900. .Tucson. ..J. H. Holmes 15 1900.. Jerome... J. M. Aitken and J. H. Holmes, tie 24 FOUR MEN TEAM MEDAL. 1894. .Tucson.. .Phoenix Gun Club lS95..Prescott.. Phoenix Gun Club... 1896. .Phoenix. .Phoenix Gun Club... 1897. .Prescott.. Blue Rock Gun Club.lC.J 1898. .Tucson. ..Blue Rock Gun Club.HD 1899.-.Phoenlx.. Phoenix Gun Club.. .14;. 1900.. Tucson... Blue Rock Gun Club. 142 1900.. Jerome... Jerome Gun Club l: INDIVIDUAL BLUE ROCK MEDAL. 1896.. Phoenix. .M. E. Morin 2: 1897,. Prescott.. J. J. Hallowell 23 1898.. Tucson... C. R. Meyers 22 1899.. Phoenix. .C. R. Meyers 24 1900.. Tucson., .('has. Weber 1900. .Jerome. ..W. C. Miller 2t FIELD MEDAL. 1900. .Tucson. ..J. H. Carlisle 14 1900. .Jerome. ..Otto Strodthoff 13 TWO MEN TEAM MEDAL. 1900.. Tucson... J. M. Aitken and J. W. Graham 11 1900.. Jerome... E. E. McVeagh and K. L. Hart 41 M'VEAGH HANDICAP LIVE BIRD MEDAL. 1900.. Tucson... J. W. Graham 11 D All kinds of printing, ruling, book and magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican olllce. 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 D. 11. BURTIS, 13 and 15 East Washington St JUDGE M'KIBBON SUICIDES Third Jerome Justice to Meet a Vio lent Death. Judge W. A. McKinnon, who was justice of the peace at Jerome for two years, committed suicide Sunday night by cutting his thnoat with a razor. The cause of the deed was supposed to have been despondency caused by brooding over troubles. It was recently discovered that Mr. McKinnon was short In his accounts to tne county. some $200. The amount was made good by his bondsmen, and Mr. McKinnon resigned his ohice. Since that time he had been very despondent until by his own hand he took his life. Judge McKinnon was the third jus tice of the peace of Jerome to die a violent death within the past two years. Judge Harvey died through the result of injuries received in falling down an embankment near his ortice one dark night, falling upon the shrp point of a broken picket. Judge John Burkes died at the Pres cott house in Prescott last summer. It was generally believed he took his own life, as an empty morphine bottle was found In the room. He was short in his accounts in the estate of John Larsen, of which he was administrator, and was called to Prescott by the pro bate Judge. The night after his arrival he was found in a dying condition in his room. Under Sheriff Johns and Fred Brecht came down from Prescott on last night's local freight. PHOEKIX IS BEADY Arrangement Complete for the State hood Conference- - The board of trade held a special meeting last night to receive the re ports of committee arranging for the territorial statehood convention Everything is in a satisfactory condi tion, and the meeting will be a success if previous arrangements can make it so. The board appointed a special com mittee of five to assist Governor Mur phy in the reception and entertainment of Governor Otero and party of New Mexico. The committee named is Ma yor Talbot, Chuirman Ford and Messrs. H. I. Latham, J. W. Dorris and Vernon L. Clark. During the day Mayor Talbot an nounced the following named gentle men as delegates to the convention to represent the municipal corporation: T. W. Pemberton. Dr. J. M. Ford Jerry Millay and Sellm Michelson. The county central committees and Chairman Ford of the board of trade will announce their commlttes later, probably on Wednesday. Everything seems- to be In readiness now for the territorial convention, and there Is nothing left for the plain cit izen to do but simply talk statehood and exert his influence in behalf of the cause w herever an opportunity pre sents Itself. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. T. M. Nolin left lut night, for Grldlcy. Citl.. on a visit to her sister. Messrs. J. Ernest Walker and J. C. Wasson will leave this morning for the Buckeye country to look after their extensive properties in that neighborhood. The following named were among the passengers leaving for the north on this morning's train: J. Hogan. J. A. Ketcherslde and Mrs. J. M. Lean for Jerome, and J. P. Clark for Denver. Among those who left on last night's M. & P. train were: J. Teris for Yuma, Frank S. Gruber. Los Angeles: J. H Grisslnger. Itlsbee: Mrs. Waterstraat. Yuma, and Mr. Derby, for Terra Haute, Ind. Among other guests registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were: M. S. Bornsteln. George H. Young. D. E. Ferguson and Ted Edwards of San Francisco: J. I. Driscoll. Prescott. and T. Royal Scott and George A. Boomer of Chicago. DAUGHTERS OF THE KING. Buffalo. Oct. 21 Young women wear ing the familiar Insignia of the King's Daughters were much in evidence to day at the exposition. It was King's Daughters' day on the fair calendar and members of the order were pres ent in large numbers from New York, Pennsylvania. Ohio and other states to celebrate the occasion. There were no formal exercises, but during th-? forenoon, Mrs. Margaret Bottome and other leaders of the society kept open house at the Woman's building. Harry Brlsley. C. A. Larsen. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o The New Furniture WeMlheired Oak New in Style, New in portant points in its Finish. The im construction are Massive Strength ! Solid Comfort ! Simplicity ! of form and conspicuous absence of all decoration. It is made of oak, stained a gray brown (Weathered Oak) which gives the same look of age that long expo sure and weathering might do. Uir Particularly adapted to Arizona climatic conditions, this finish is in addition artistic. It has come to stay A. well selected line of Furniture in Weathered Oak is now displayed in our show rooms. Considering the large and exclusive showing of new goods at our store jrou do yourself an injustice if you fail to see our stock before you purchase no mat ter what your wants may be. We have the good things shown elsewhere as well as many that are not. THE MOST DESIRABLE PATTERN'S of the BEST MAKERS are controlled in Phoenix by us. o o o o e o O o o o o o o o o o o o e o o oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo SMALLPOX. TAKE NOTICE. Smallpox Is cured at any stage, and On and after October 1st. 1901. I. E. T. also prevented, by Adaxuka. Cure j Hawkins of Glendalc, A. T., will sell guaranteed. At all druggists in Shoe- for cash. All those indphted to me nix. $1.00 per box. on ax-counts will please call and settle. as I am needing the money. Thanking you for past favors and soiiciting your future patronage I am yours, E. T. HAWKINS. We have made a special effort this reason un our Perfumes. All the favorite odors of the leading American and foreign Perfumes, such a Palmer Kicksecker and Itoger A Gallet. We invite you to come here for your Perfumes and Toilet Articles, as our line Is complete. We keep asking for your trade because we would like to g't it, and we feel that it would be mutually advantageous if you would come to us to purchase all drug store goods that you need. The Brisley Drug Co., ADAMS HOTEL Clothing to Measure. Fit Guaranteed The New York Store Every store has an Opening in its different departments. Each department gets a chance to show the trad ing public the volume and the advant ages of their respective stocks. High-Art Custom Made Clothing Fit Guaranteed The Home Side Park Hotel ARIZONA SPORTSMEN The Programme for the November Tournament Announced. The programme of the Arizona Sportsmen's association for the terri torial tournament In this city, begin ning Tuesday, November 26, was Is sued yesterday from The Arizona Re publican press. It Is a handsome IMWnphlet of twenty-two pages, tilled with the programme, statistics regard ing the club, and high grade advertise ments of houses in all parts of the United States handling sportsmen's supplies. The programme Is as follows: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26. Event No. 1 10 targets. Entrance Event No. 2 15 targets. Entrance 11.50. Event No. 1 20 targets. Entrance 12. Event No. 4 15 targets. Field medal shoot. Event No. 5 20 targets. Entrance 2. Event No. 6 25 targets (Individual Blue Rock Championship). Entrance .. The Continually Increasing Business Being done by us tells the story of the popularity of our line of high grade Sewing Machines. We have them from S25.00 to $75.00, fully warranted for ten years. Accommodating terms of credit to all. Complete assortment of China and Glass Ware. RICHMOND DAY CO. House Furnishers. ai-2 B. Washlniton St. Horses and for Guests 3 Will be ready for guests on October 1st. Five miles east of Phoenix on the Crosscut canal. Altitude 100 feet higher than the city of Phoenix. NO DUST. NO MUD. NO MALARIA. New. clean rooms. Plenty of shade and grass. Swings and ciwiuet grounds. GOO feet 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. x G. H. Clayson, Proprietor She's Never At Home. Well, do you wonder at It? Now Just come Into our store and let us fix up a room like this, and we will guar antee she will stay at home. We have nobby suits of furniture, now at $14.00 and up: Rockers at $1.50 and up: Chairs 90c and up: Springs $1.75 and up; Mattresses $3.50 and up: Tables $2.00 and up; Stands $1.25 and up: and Tinware too low to price. We have a. full line of Household Goods, new and secondhand. All prices inside the cir cle. CALL ON US. Spears & Toney. 32 and 34 W. Washington St. J 14 st Returned from the Eastern markets, where we purchased an immense line of the Latest Novelties in GOLD and SILVER. When our new fixtures : 1 1 i i r r ii I arrive we tau jusLiy uoasi ji .muiuci uuc ui uic Finest Jewelry Establishments in the world. Wait till we get fixed up. GEO. H. COOK & CO., Arizona's j-adling Jewelers 134 Wtst Washington Street Our Clothing Opening begins on Monday, October 2 1st, and we cordially invite every body to make an effort to attend. There are surprises for you in store. There you will see marvels of beauty in fine, correct tailoring, and marvels in low prices. Just come and see how easy it is this season to get a new suit. New Suits Like $7.75 Made of good work fancy cheviots. Nobb-, neat, correct and full of style. All MF r 1 1 j a y Men's Suits Like $22.50 made of finest imported Vicuna. Dressy, up-to-date, j-eady to put on and full of effect. YOU DON'T HAVE TO Buy old. earrled-over rubber joods if you buy of THE LIVE DRUGGISTS, as they have Just received their new stock, direct from the makers. Great reductions in their Btomliers, Fountain Syringes and Water Bottles They curry the most exclu sive line In Arizona. Everything gu arantced. if you want anything in rubber goods, we have it. See our window and DON'T forget that prescription work is dune by COMPETENT Registered Pharma cists. " Send Us Your Mail Orders. We Have . Just What You Want ELVEY 6c HULETT, The Live Druggists 5 and 7 East Washington Street, Next to Nation! Bank of Arizen. It's not an easy matter to select your piece of goods and have tailor make you a suit. It's try in and try on. It is an easy matter though to select from hundreds of finely made suits One suit which you can put on and wear right and, easiest of all, if you can jingle a $10.00 or $20.00 piece of money in the pockets of your new clothes, and present yourself to your friends neat as out of a bandbox. Now, that is logic, is it not? We want you all to come and see us, because we have you on our list, and have just what the doctor ordered. It does not take a half-month's wages to buy a suit from us. Rest assured you are in safe and competent hands when you trade at The New York Store 218-224 EAST WASHINGTON STREET Your mail orders will have best and promptest attention