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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1901. ! lor nearly 25 years the makers of a II . Fremo Cameras II I II have been making high grade photographic instruments. For II 1 11 fourteen years we have handled their goods phoenix, As If II their cameras have always been the best during that time 16 f II we have not cared to handle other and cheaper goods. Ele- ( 3 II gant art catalog free for the asking. PREMOS from $0 l I If 10,200 PIN NEY & ROBINSON, j 1 1 40 S. Center St. The Photo Stock People. If. Special Special $1.60 Cwt. For 200 sacks No. 1 California Potatoes. By the sack only. Come Early. Saturday Only. We have just received Eastern Pearl Hominy. EASTERN PEARL HOMINY, , EASTERN FLAKE HOMINY, EASTERN STEEL CUT OATMEAL, EASTERN QUAKER OATS, EASTERN SCOTCH R. OATS, PETTIJOHN'S BREAKFAST FOOD, CREAM OF WHEAT And lots of others. See our south window display old fashioned grist mill. The Greatest Ever Will Be Here in a Few Days New Maple Syrup and Buck wheat now in at the store that's always busy McKEE'S GASH STORE McKELLIGON'S STORE. LIQUOU Where you can get the finest hnn-l-made ten-yipar-old Sour Mash. Bourbon and Pennr;lvanla Rye Whiskies. No. 10 E. Washington St. NEW MANAGEMENT. The Capitol Chop House is now umUir :i new management, which will conduct tho place as a first-class oyster and chop house, also serving regular dinner lii lis. It Always Attracts Attention and our display of China, Glassware, etc., is the finest In Arizona. These are nil new goods that we have selected with special reference to the require ments of the most exacting1 taste. The prices are at figures that will suit the purchasers. Ilemeniber our line of high grade Sewing Machines on easy terms of credit, renting and repairing. RICHMOND DAY CO. 21-23 K. Wuhington St. Joust Received A complete line of Wrought Iron and Brass Andirons and Fire Sets. New Goods of Magnificent Designs. D. H. BLIRTIS, 13 and 15 East Washington St CAPITOL CHOP HOUSE. B. V. Tarash, tho "View proprietor of the Capitol Chop House, will . run a first-class restaurant and oyster parlor, serving everythlnc me market affords- Dr. Foss has removed to No. 15 West Adams street. Ask your grocer for Mermaid Queen Washing Powder. Pis: nam Fadeless Dye Green Is a very briKht green, quite fast on Wool und Silk, but ncrt so fast on Crtton (It is absolutely impossible for you to dye a bright green on Cotton that's fast to light.) 10c iter package. Sold by E vey & Huletit. PERSONAL MENTION. Carl Wilcox of the Buckeye country is in the city. A. T. Kgan and wife of St. Louis are guests nf the Hotel Adams. 1 E. Bowman left for Chicago this morning' vie the S. F.. P. & P. A. N. Cooper, M. D.. of Jerome, is refrfstered at the Ford hotel. I. G. Nicholson of Paint Creek. W. V . is a guest of the Ford hotel. E. Bonn and wife of Tucson wore guests of the Commercial hotel yester day. Dr. I j. G. Lelfiingwell nf Conneauts vill. Pa., registered at the Ford hoicl yesterday. ' Mollie Rogers of (Hob1 arrived here yesterday morning on the train from the south. Margaret Wafer has gone to Tucson. Miss Martha Gleason left for Tucssn on last night's M. & P. train. S. S. Walstrum. S. W. Higley. H. C. Storey anil K. M. Sun ford of Prescott registered at the Hotel Adams yester day. Mrs. O. F. Stribling and Miss Pess Stribling of Mercer's Bottom. W. Va.. are in the city, guests of the Commer cial hotel. Vic E. Hanny, formerly of Phoenix, out more recently from everywhere where shoes are worn, is in the city, a guest of the Hotel .damn. Mrs. J. C. C. H. Boone left on this morning's train for St. Joseph to Jol:i her husband, who Is employed by C. r. Kessler, formerly of this city. j Robert Speir, who has been connected ! witli the Phoenix National bank for the! last year, left for Grand Rapida this morning via the S. F., P. & P. Judge R. E. Sloan of Prescott. Judge Fletcher M. Doan of Florence and Judge George R. Davis of Tucson are in the flty attending supreme court. They are guests of the Hotel Adams. .Among those registering at the Hote Adams yesterday were George P. Pol lard, J. A. Orr and J. H. Secgel. New York; J. Hess. Chicago; John J. Vaughn, El Paso; H. W. Reidy. De troit; F. A. Moriarity and Melvin M. Israe., Denver; J. H. LaKue and Wal ter D. Walsh. San Francisco. The following named were among tho guests registering at the Commercl.il hotel yesterday: Joe Hays, Los An geles; A. J. Cunningham, Saiina, Kas.: John M. Ross. Colorado; Leon F. Rob inson, Chicago; A. J. Hansen, Kyren?: J. T. Wright. St. Louis: A. C. ScaleM. Chicago, and J. T. Llndsley, St. Louis. Our reporter noticed that-a carload of vehicles had been shipped in here and were being peddled out to tilt ranchers. We Inquired of our dealers if this could be done as cheaply as they could sell the same class nf ve hicles and were assured that it roul'l not. and if any rancher would stop t. figure a little he would see that he is paying from 25 to 30 ler cent more for these vehicles than he would have o pay to the local dealer for the same vehicle. These people pay $100 for li censes for each peddler"; then they have the expense of team hire, feed bill:;, help, hotel bills and rent, and these items, without counting saluries, are about $35 per day, and this the pur chaser always pays. Then he is buy ing from strangers and those who have no Interest in the valley instead of deal lng with those who are trying to up build the community. These people sl on long time and of necessity their losses from bad debts are great, and these losses are paid by those whn settle their notes or buy for cash. It's all figured In the price. We are as sured by our dealers that such, wagons as these parties sell -or $175 they will furnish at Jl-5. and buggies fori $100 that they sell for $140. . Everything a local dealer sells is guaranteed and anything that go.- wrons he at once makes good. Those from a distance make a similar guar antee, but the purchaser must return the defective part and a new one will be sent. . This takes time and the uao of the vehicle Is lost while the parts are In tiansit. Jackets Cloaks Cape Our Stock of Winter Wraps is a good one and strictly up-to-date with the Late Shadesand Styles. We can fit you as to style, Shade and purse. Wool Waists at all prices. Our Waist patterns in French Flannels and the New Weaves are exclusive, only one pattern of a style; no dupli cates. No trouble to show goods " V. . . LICEHSE ON SHAKES Why an Instructive Entertainment Was Postponed. Deputy Sheriff W. A. Moeuer is tem porarily engagedIh the snake business. That is, he is not personally in 'posses sion of the snak jfl and is not exercising immediate supervision over the charmer, but he has enough influence ' H over the reptilian aggregation to pr vent its further publicity until the county license has been paid. That for- j mality had not been 'complied with ; when the show opened last night and In ; tronaeciuence the doors were almost im- f mediately closed. The deputy sheriff was once on the point of giving way to f the entreaties of the snake charmer, ti 1 thin and spirituelie looking female, and letting the show proceed. He would probably have disregarded his official oath and have done so, but Seth Uyers stood around and exhorted him to be ', firm and do his duty as lie saw it. I Mr. Byers said the county did not i owe that show anything. After that the snake charmer might as well have wept '. before a stone image as - before Mr. j Moeuer. The biggest snake on earth was put back into its box and the as sembled multitude went away cursing the inexorable law which makes the payment of licenses necessary. The authorities were hopeful that they might find some way out of it and so permit the show to go on for the edi fication of the young, who had gath ered about in great numbers, but Mr. Pnelps Gilmore. who had accompanied the officer In the capacity of his legal adviser, said the law was plain and must be upheld though the heavens fall. If, said Mr. Gilmore, the law were disregarded in thU apparently harmless instance, bars would be led down for anarchy and the most dreadful conse quences might reasonably be expected to ensue. If Your Suit Don't Suit You, You Don't Pay a Cent Suits Cleaned and Pressed $1.50 :-x-:-3-:-::-- 1m The Alkire Co. 9 and 11 East Washington Street Telephone 2741 Phoenix, Arizona :::-:-:j".:-::-::-:":-:-:-:":- DIANA DEE World Renowned Astrologer Has Arrived .-. Harry Brisiey. C. A. Larscn. !' We have made a special effort this season on our Perfumes. All the favorite odors of the leading American and . foreign Perfumes, sucl. as Palmer Ricksecker and Roger & 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 woul'd Jike to get it, and we feel that it would be mutually advantageous If ynu would come to us to purchase all drug store goods that you need. . The Brisiey Drug Co., . adams OPEN ALU NIGHT HOTEL i The Leading Tailor Madame Dee is the daughter of the celebrated Astrologer, Dr. Henry Dee, so comes naturally By her talent. She can tell you just what to do. If you' are in trouble, seek her. If in 111 health, she will diagnose your case and cure you with hei; won derful magnetic healing powers. Will give you lucky- days, months and years: tell you when is your successful time f jr any ventures. (Locating mints a specialty. Madame Dee makes no charge unless readings are satisfactory. The Home Side Park Hotel--- Horses and for Will be ready for guests on Octtfber 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 croquet grounds. 500 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. , ' Guests G. H.v Clayscn, Proprietor j 12 North Center Street ? N. Porter Saddle & Harness Co. for Hand Made Saddles and Harness, made of best grade of leather; we warrant it. Also expert carriage trimmer em ployed. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1-12 E. Washington. For good loads of crushed granite see E. It. Maple. Good things to eat. served . in the best style in our pretty private dining rooms upstairs. The Coffee Al Restaurant Co. Pants to Order 24 Hours Suits from $ 1 8 to $65. Pants $5 to $14 se !-:-:--x:.-m::-;-:: Verbal Readings, 50 cts. and $1.00. Written Hor oscope of Whole Life, $2.00. bhe's Never At Home.fp 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 J nobby suits of furniture, now at $H.OO and up; Rockers at $1.5D and up: Chairs 90c and Up: Springs $1.75 and up; Mattresses $3.50 and up; Tables J2.00 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 & Toncy, 32 and 34 W. Washington St. No. 22 North Third. Avenue PHOENIX, ARIZ. . Consultation free. Open till 9 p. m. :--:-m:-:;--:-:-:-::-:..:-:xk-:- Just Returned - from the Eastern markets, where we purchased an immense line of the Iwti test Novelties :in GOLD and SILVER. When our new fixtures arrive we can justly boast of another one of the Finest Jewelry Establishments iu the world. Wait till we get fixed up. x j GEO. H. COOK & CO., Arizona's Leading Jewelers 134 Wast Washington Street ?ILUT SOAPS We are Just now showing our line of soaps. We have most every kind that is made. A large stock of the famous Amole Soaps, 25c box of 3 cakes and up. Roger & Gallet's and Lubln s line soaps. Tou can get what you want In soaps and save money. ELVEY 6c HULETT, The Live Druggials Send Us Your Mail Orders. We Have Just What You Want 5 and 7 Bast Washington Btrett, Next to National Bank of Arizona.