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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER , 1901.
YOU WANT A TARGET RIFLE eceived Jackets Cloaks A complete line of Wrought Iron and Brass Andirons and Fire Sets. New Goods of Magnificent Designs. Capes Just There's Nothing Nicer than the Stevens. We have just received forty of them from the factory. .22 calibres. Reg ular price $6.25. For this week only, to all mentioning this advertisement, we will sell them for $5.00 EACH. Pinney & Robinson, D. H. BURTIS, 13 and 15 East Washington St GUNS. BICYCLES. CAMERAS, Established 18S7. Phone 1471. TYPEWRITERS, SPORTING GOODS. 40 North Center St., Phoenix. BEST! BIGGEST! CHEAPEST! Dried Fruit Sale ever held in Arizona. Positively the finest fruit and beat as sortment ever put on sale in the ter ritory. Our prices are simply astonish ing for such goods. Largest purchase ever made by a Phoenix house and carload shipment is the cause. - Come and examine the goods. Tou don't have to buy. Every pound of this fruit has just been packed at California's finest or chards. A Meilum Sized Prune, regular price, per tb, 10c; our price 6c A Larger Prune, regular price, 13c per lt; our price 8c A Jumbo Prune, . regular price, 15c per fb; our price JOc JOc An Old-Fashioned Sun-Dried Bald win Apple, regular price, 15c per lb; our price Snow White Evaporated, Extra Se lect Apple, regular price, 20c per tb; our price nhn Self Ic per lb 15c inest P ; our pi I2kc fat Selec c per lb; 10c JOc JOc less II i; our p J2c Moorpart Jumbo Selected Apricots, regular price, 20c per lb; our price California's Finest Peaches, regular price, 20c per lb; our price California Best Selected Black Fig's, regular price, 20c per In; our price California's Best Selected White Figs, regular price, 20c per lb; our price Golden Gate Raisins, (no stems), reg ular price, 15c per tb;' our price Sultana Seedless Raisins, regular price, 20c per lb; our price PHOENIX ATHLETIC CLUB A Very Imposing' List of Charter Members- The most flourishing Institution i.i Phoenix at this time is the Phoenix Athletic association, which embraces in its list of membership the leading business and professional men of the city. The following are the charter members: . " 4tT. SI Li. H. Kruger, C. W. McKee, Charles Sterner. W. E. Rhodes. K. S. Wakelin, It. H. Greene, J. A. Kurtz, J. J. Ulinfc corn. L. H. Landis. George E. Buxton. F. W. Thode, Carl Young, p. W. Butler, J. L. B. Alexander. B. F. McFali. Cahries T. Walter, George P. Bullard, S. S. Stout. W. W. Cunningham. W. A. Milton. E. S. Turner. J. Elliott Walker, F. O. White. Gus H. Hirshfeld. H. G. Griffin. A. M. Kyle. R. E. Kalfus. Wal ter Talbot. Clinton Lauver. C. J. Hull. L. T. Mansfield. William J. Thomai, lavid Gray. Thomas L. Bennett. Har vey J. Lee. C. P. Collins. S. J. Michael son. X. O. Murphy, Paul Brizzard, C. V. Sayre. J. M. Burnett, L. H. Chalmers. Alfred Franklin. I. T. Sto-1-dard. Louis Melczer, E. B. O'Neill. J. '.. Alexander. L. N. Hamilton, G. .V. Mintz. George Henshaw. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cure constipation, biliousness and headache. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. For sale by Elvey & Uulett CITY BREVITIES Try I-asco Tar for a nice, cleansing bath. New street hat received every week at Scoficld's. Dr. Foss has removed to No. 15 West ' Adams street. Quick worker Mermaid Queen Wash ing Powder. An experienced lady attendant, Mrs. A. B. Buckley, with Merry man & Holley, undertakers, 24 West Jefferson street, has charge of at ladies and children intrusted to their care. Tele phone 521. 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. 142 E. Washington. Mme. F. K. Phillips, the well-known hairdresser and manirurist of Lhjs An geles, Cal., is now in Phoenix with a full stock of hair goods and toilet artitle- She hopes to have calls from the ladies of this city and vicinity. Itooms 1 and 2 Gooding building, opposite Hotol Adams. wife, Glendale, registered at the Ford hotel yesterday. Miss Reba Heyman left last night f jv San Francisco to attend the grand opera entertainments in that city and to continue her musical studies. B. S. Martin, M. J. Martin, Anna Martin. Mary Martin and Clinton Mar tin, of Tempe, left for West Station, Miss., last night via the M. & P. rail road. Among the passengers on the north bound train this morning were Theo. Hot kmcyer for Ash Fork, A. P. Grls wol.l for Pueblo and It. T. Wilson for Albuquerque. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Cheney of Lew istoM, Mo., and Mrs. C. H. Thoma:? and family o. Pawtucket, 11. I., arrived Vt'-i-rTday morning and are registered ;;t t;n? Hotel Adams. PERSONAL MENTION. Ask your grocer for Mermaid Queen Washing Powder. 30c wfl! pay for one dozen new style pictures at Donnell's. The Beaver is a new and pretty hat In all colors. Black particularly pretty for children. Mrs. Cooley, 425 West Van Buren, experienced teacher of elocution, phys ical culture and delsarte. All klmrs or printing, ruling, book and magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and quickly at I The Republican office. Package Seeded Raisins, price, 15c per lb; our price regular JOc Finest Nectarines. Finest Yellow Pitted Plums. Finest Black Pitted Plums. New York Evaporated Blackberries. New York Evaporated Raspberries. Golden Gate London Layer Blue Rib bon Raisins. Evaporated Bartlett Pears. New Currants. New Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel Now going at McKEE'S CASH STORE THE STORE T HAT'S A L W A Y S BUSY Howard Kyle has presented "Nathnn Hale" at a number of cities where he appeared last season, and in each in stance the attendance has doubly Increased. The Occidental, opened under new management. Strictly respectable, first-class rooming house. All modern conveniences. Opposite Hotel Adams. H. M. Chapman, Manager Mrs. D. M. F. Weeks of Presuott is at the Hotel Adams. F. W. Barge and wife of Ios Angeles, are guests ofthe Hotel Adams. E. S. Gorder and wife and J. F. Far rell of Los Angeles, are at the Ford hotel. W. C. Waldon and wife of Indepen dence, la., are guests of the Hotel Adams. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. H.-irlnnd of Los Angeles are registered at the Hotel, Adams. Dr. George B. Pratt left this morn ing for Williams. He will return on Friday morning. C. W. McKee, L. L. Plank and E. L. Turner went to Congress Junction on this morning's train. Mr. W. E. Defty. the mining expert, lft for California last night. He will be gone about a week. ;. L. Samples was a southbound pas senger for KI Paso lift night, and Trior for Los Angeles. K. M. Palmer, wife and rhlld of lu luih. Minn., are guests of the Hotel Atlam?, arriving here yest'-rdny. Mrs. M. J. Buckles of leeatur. 111., ha:? arrived in the city to spend th? winter with her daughter, Mrs. George E. Golfee. Silvas H. At water. Buffalo; F. M. Smith, St. Paul, and B. A. Fowler and ,Q;:r rjtorter noticed that a carload of vehicles hud been shipped In here and were being peddled out to thti ranchers. We inquired of our dealers if this could be done as cheaply as they cuutd sell the same class of ve hicles and were assured that It could not. and if any rancher would stop to figure a little he would see that he is paying from 23 to 30 per cent more for these vehicles than he would have to 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 bills, help, hotel bills and rent, and these items, without counting salaries, are about 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 ing 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 who 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 $123. and buggies for $100 that they Fell for $140. Everything a local dealer sells is guaranteed and anything that goes wrons he at once makes good. Those from a distance make a similar guar antee, but the purchaser must return the defective purt and a new one will oe sent. This takes time and the use of the vehicle is lost while the purls are In tiansiu Harry Brisley. C. A. Larscn. the We have made a special effort this season on our Perfumes. All favorite odors of the leading American and foreign Perfumes, such as Palmer Rickseeker and Roger& GalleC 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 get 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 OPEN ALL NIOHT fThe Home Side Park Hotel---! It Always Attracts Attention Dorris Theatre II M. CRAWFORD Lessee JJAKTIJf & STKCHAM Managers One Night Only SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9th The Grand Moral Melodramatic Comedy Drama Ten Nights in a Bar Room Kndorsed By Public, Itilpit, Press. A play that will live always. Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Reserved seats on sale at The Brisley Drug Co., Hotel Adams, Wednesday, Nov. 6. at 10 a. m. A CAR IX Owing to damage to one of our boil ers, we shall be unable to give electric light to all of our customers in the early evening. We ask those who have the gas service Installed, to use that instead, and relieve us as much as pos sible. It will take several days to put In a new boiler. Horses and . for Guests Will be ready for quests on October 1st. Five miles east of Phoenix on the Crosscut canal. Altitude 100 feet higher than the city of Phoenix. NO ICST, NO MUD, NO MALARIA. New, clean rooms. Plenty of shade and grass. Swings nnd 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. G. H. Clayson, Proprietor Our Stock of Winter Wraps is a good one and strictly up-to-date with, the Late Shades and 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 The Alkire Co. 9 and 11 East Washington Street Telephone 2741 Phoenix, Arlzonn UP-TO-DATE On Statehood as Well as and our display of China, Glassware. etc, is the finest in Arizona. These are 1 all new goods that we have selected with special reference to the require ments of the most exacting taste. The prices are at figures that will suit the purchasers. Remember our line, of high grade Sewing Machines on easy terms of ! credit, renting and repairing. j RICHMOND DAY CO. 21-23 B. Wanhlncton Ht. She's Never At Home. Well, do you wonder at it? Now just come into our store and let U3 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; Hoekers at $1.60 and up; Chairs 90c and up: Springs $1.75 and up: Mattresses $3.r0 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 & Toncy, 32 and 34 W. Washington St. THE STAR Express, Baggage and Transfer Co. Office 32 Rafet Washington St. . Telephone 191 FLATTKER, DUNCAN & RENO, Proprietors Jst Returned from the Eastern markets, where we purchased an immense line of the Latest ISovelties in GOLD and SILVER. When our new fixtures arrive we can justly boast of another one of the Finest Jewelry Establishments in the world. Wait till we get fixed up. GEO. H. COOK & CO., Arizona's Leading Jewelers.1 , 134 West Washington Street i if I Workmanship Goods Fit Price One More Hustler A. A. Long has associated himself with me and will be pleased to see all Friends PHOENIX LIGHT & FUEL, CO. The ladies of Court Floral 2fl3, I. O. F.. will Rive a social ball at Klk's hall. Tuesday evening. Nov. 12. 1901. No written invitations will be Issued. All friends are cordially invited to attend Tickets 50 cents. We are just now showing our line or soaps. We have inoyt every kind that is made. A large stock of thu famous Amolu 'Soaps, 25c box of 3 cakes and up. linger & Gullet's and l.ul.in s fine soaps. You can get what you want In soaps and save money. ELVEY 6c HULETT, The Live Druggists 9 Send Us Your Mail Orders. We Have Just What You Want 5 and 7 Kut Washington Strat t, Noxt to National Bank of A rizona. Come anyway and see the goods and the Prices MEGQLTIER TheTins SUCESSOR TO ROSS AND MEGQUIER mi