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THIS ARIZONA REFUJiLlCAN: WJ2DNJ5SDAY JIOUNIHO, XOVEMHEC , 1901.
5 WELTS! WELTS! We've Rot thorn mw ami Star Calf and KM. in Patent and very serviceable stock. Shoes for TWO PRICES at Wilson & When You Take Medicine you don't know what yoa are taking. You 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 Pharmacy Mo. a bit Washington Street. FREE! FREE! With Every Purchase A Fine Carbon Photograph! A Copy of Some Celebrated Painting At Art and Curio Shop, West Adams St., Opposite Postoffice. Now Is the time to Buy Cookstoves Ranges and Heaters Before you buy a cookstove aud cooking utensils don't fail to see the stoves at Davidson's Cash Store Bargains in Ranges. Bargains in Dishes. Bargains in every depart ment at Davidson's Cash Store 114 to US West Washington St Phoenix, A. T. Telephone No. 236. S Rings. Mail orders promptly filled. they lire ali riirht. " Russia Cult. and Kid Tips. A swell display, Rtiricmuer ymi get tyo pair of Wooldridge News o tKe Towrv A ItOY THIS TiilK. Joseph Thal heimer, always good natured, is more so than usual just now-, owing to the arrival of a nine-pound boy at his home last night. FOOTBALL ON S'Ari'KDAY. A game of football will be played at the park Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock between the Indian school team and the university team. THE TEMPLE DRILL. The ladies of Phoenix who are going to take part In the Temple drill, a feature of Mrs. Cooley's recital, will meet at the Dor ris theater at 3 o'clock tills afternoon. PRESIDENT F. M. MURPHY HOME President F. M. Murphy of the S. F., P. & P. railroad returned to Prescott yesterday from an extended visit to Europe and the eastern cities, and Governor Murphy went to Pres cott on this morning's train to' visit him. FOR THE WINTER. Doctor and Mrs. Thomas McCann and child of Pittsburg, Pa., are in the city, guests of the Sixth Avenue hotel, and expecl to remain during the winter. Dr. M..--Cann is the Rurgeon for the Pennsyl vania lines west of Pittsburg, with headquarters in that city. GRAND LODGE M EETINGS. The Masonic grand lodge, the grand com manrtery, the grand chapter and the grand lodge meetings of the Order of the Eastern Star will be held in Pres cott on Nov 12, 13 and 14. About fif teen members and delegates to these bodies exiect to be in attendance from Phoenix. CHANGE OF LOCATION. The pro prietors of the Arizona Democrat have rented the rooms on the ground floor in the postoflice building, corner of Adams and First avenue anc: will move Into the new quarters as soon as their new machinery arrives, which will be Forr.e time next week. The rooms are being fitted up for the requirements of A printing cftice. HARRY CREIOHTON APPRAISER. Some time ago the secretary or the interior appointed Messrs. Royal John--on.of Tucson and H. I. Lutham of this city to appraise the abandoned prop erty of the government at Fort Yuma. Mr. Johnson did not have time to at tend to the work and resigned. There uion the secretary of the interior re quested Governor Murphy to suggest ome one for appointment, and the name of Harry Creighton was for wanled. He was Immediately ap pointed. INDIAN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. Mr. H. A. Diehl is conducting an In dian boy employment agency. It has leen going on for a couple of years. iut has not been extensively adver tised. He has four boys on hand now. Dui ing the summer there was a great demand for Indian help, and but a small part of it could be supplied. Whenever an Indian boy gets out of work he registers at Diehi's' agency, -ind most people who are needing In dian assistance In agricultural oper ations have learned to go to the same medium. ARE HACK TO STAY. Doctor and Mrs. C. H. Helden returned yesterday morning from New York, where they have resided the greater part of the time for the last three years, and will igain be at home in their pleasant cot tage on Third avenue. The-doctor says that he has never given up his resi dence in Phoenix, and has simply been away on business. He was.callel to New York by some contract v.ork which he has now finished and is back to stay. He says he has been a live missionary for Arizona all the time and always expects to be. He is an animated testimonial of what this cli mate can do for a person, as he came Will You Incorporate We supply companies with Litho graphed Stock Certificates, Seals, Stock Books, etc. The II. D. McNeil Co. StulioncrH, Printers, Binders. Phoenix, Arizona Send for estimates. Doyou like pictures? The Phoenix Stationery & News Co. have a fine stock of Framed Pictures, Unframed Pictures, Frames and Mold ings, und are receiving more almost dally. Come in and let us show them to you. Phoenix Stationery & News Co. 10-12 West Washing'on Street. here originally to secure relief from a (Urease contracted during the war, and was so thoroughly cured that his three years' residence In the east brought no return of the affection. It is the sum mer climate, he says, that cures people. BIO AS A PUMPKIN. There is on exhibition at this office a pear which weighs a pound and a half. It was raised by Henry Wilkey on his ranch about seven miles from the city. It Is one of a large lot. some of which ore still larger, brought In yesterday by Mr. Wilkey to Jessie Craln. SUGAR BEET EXPERT. Mr. John Johnson of Provo City, Utah, arrived here yesterday morning and will prob ably become permanently identified with this valley. Mr. Johnton is the agriculturist for the Eastern Sugar company, and will as soon as practic able, begin a series of experiments as well as a careful study of conditions for the raising of sugar beets. He will form the acquaintance of prospective growers and be In a position to ad vise them as to planting and raising the beets, and furnishing such other Information ns will make the sugar beet enterprise a surce.'.s both for the company and the grower, for one can not succeed unless the other does. He is an experienced man in the business and his help will be valuable to all concerned. GONE TO BATTLE CREEK. Mr. U. L. Andrews left here some time ago for Battle Creek. Mich., where he became interested with the National Cereal company in the manufacture of health foods. He was recently made general manager of the company, and expects therefore to remain premanently, or at least for some time. Miss Grace Andrews left on this morning's train to join him. She will be greatly missed in Phoenix by a large number of peo ple, and particularly in social circles, where she has ever been most popui.ir. While the conduct of the business of E. I.. Andrews & Son here will tie en tirely under the direction of Mr. I. II. Andrews, the junior psrtner. there will be no change in the property interests, and Mr. E. L. Andrews will remain the senior member of the Arm. "LA TOSCA." A good house greeted the Melbourne MacDowell company again last evening, though it may be said that on neither evening was the audience as large as it should have been. It is so seldom that companies of so high an order visit this city that there should be standing room only when they do come. "La 'iVisca" is an intensely interesting Uy, and though the greater part of the work is done by two or three of the leading charac ters, there is excellent opportunity for these few to display their talents. Mr. MacDowell as Baron Scarpio needs no comment, as his fame in the character i.-. wrold-wide. Miss Stone has an ex tremely diflicult part as the leading lady, and she does it full justice. She cccupies the stage for a greater part of the lime than any wilier actor in the plete and the character bh? delin eates requires continued tension and faultless movement to be successful, and none who have seen her will deny that she is all that could be d-:'ired by the most critical. BLIND LEADER OF THE BLIND. Henry LoudcrmilK, of Agu.i Calicnte. arrived in town yeL'rd:iy morning Willi a man . supposed to be crazy. Loudermilk looked preliy rrred upon h:s i'rriv.il. and ex-pla.inc.J that he had been sitting up three nights with hi: charge and was dead on his ti&t will; loss of sleep. He thought a drink of whisky would set him right, and he went out after it. When he had not re tunwl at the end of an hour a deputy sheriff went to the nearest saloon and found Loudermilk lying on the lloor, unconscious. The bai tender raid lh:it he had taken two drinks in qul k nuc-eesr-ion and then rolled on the lleor and had not moved since. He was aroused and taken back to the sheriff's ofllce, .but he was hardly seated until it became evident that he would have to be restrained. He was locked up in the cell with the crazy man. and at a late hour last night he was still asleep. 2 JVlUSEiYlEINTS c Those who care for plays which not only njeae the eye. hut soften the heart and influence Ihu soul, should in tend the ierformance of "Ten Nights In A IJar Room,' Saturday night, at i the opera house. Sparkling wit, whole some fun. touch inj? in tender pathos, and sendinpr out a warnintf and lesson to all it has won itself a lasting place with, the Americun public. Mothers should take their sons, wives their hus bands and young women their, sweet hearts. An interesting feature of the per formance will be arrie Nation smash ing a Joint. Our list of residences for sale and for rent is extensive. The Kvans Ioan & Investment Co. Deimel Linen Mesh Underwear. oooo Tliis is an Underwear which we can recommend with con fidence to you. Kvery custo mer who has tried it is pleased with it. It is especially adapted for wear in this cli mate. Those who wear Dei mel Linen-Mesh Underwear seldom catch colds. TOUR MONRY BACK IF TOU WANT IT. McDOUGALL&CO Exclusive Haberdashers Next Door to Santa Fe By. Office Bvixtorv's to Just opened: SPICED LAMB'S TONGUE, 25 CENTS LB. PICKLED PIGS FEET, 2 LBS. 25 CENTS HONEYCOMB TRIPE, 20 CENTS LB. ItEX MINCE MEAT. MOIST 2 LBS. 25 CENTS. FATTEST. HEADLESS, NO. 1 SHORE MACKER EL EVER BROUGHT TO PHOENIX. 2 FOR 35 CTS. HAMBURG SPICED HER RING, 3 FOR 25 CENTS. NEW APPLE CIDER, PER GALLON, 60 CENTS. CRABAPPLE QUARTS, 75 CIDER, CENTS. IN NEW FLOWER AND GAR DEN SEEDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Whenever you are in doubt about what to order for lunch or dinner, and want something good that can be prepared quickly order UXTON'S IG PERWICK IVALVES 20 CENTS DOZ., 2 DOZEN F6R 35 CTS, 3 DOZ. FOR 50 CTS. The largest, fat test and best flavored Oys ters ever Imported into Phoenix, uxtoa's Axistr&lian Rye Grass and Kentucky Blue Grass Seed. tested end guaranteed to grow. Wervted Arizona. Dales Pomegranates Pears Paper Shell Almonds Highest spot cash price paid for country produce. : Protect Yourself r :: and Your z ':: Horse , i With a Good Lap Robe and Horse Blanket from Capital Harness Shop OSCAR R. LECKLER Proprietor OPPOSITE POSTOFFICK. Wanted, ft thoroughly competent and trustworthy man to invest $10,000 in and take the active management of a general merchandise busines in a grow- I ing mining community Arizona. ; Mining trade exclusively. lousiness now paying profit of about $l.W0 monthly. Other interests require at- tention of present owner. Address Gen I eral Merchandise, this office. Buy the Best It pays in the long run ...Bicycles have long been acknowledged as the best wheels made. The liidl wheels are the hand somest yet produced. E. L. ANDREWS & SON Two S-foot showcases for sale cheap. Wm Headquarters Strangers. We have the most complete list of Furnished and Unfur nished Houses for rent in the cit3r. INFORMATION FREE We have the best Boarding and Rooming House for rent in the city. This will pay you to investigate. We invite your special at tention to our list of invest ments. We have some great bargains in Cit3', Residence and Country Property. These will make you monej Money always on hand for Gilt Bdge Real Estate Loans. Our rates the lowest. Weirick & Latham Have the Bargains. 47 N. Center St. Fhrte 22UI jFor Rent A Brick House. 5 : 5 Four rooms with kitchen t : and bath, per month t SI2.50. ' Iarizona BUILDING CO.,; I 21S Fleming Block. t TTTTTTTTT' llltlllltllllllfllllllllltlttltltlllllitlllllilllllllllllltlfllii l i fcat at I Coffee APs. iiiMMffmimmtiiimmiiiMim iiiiitiiimmimt.iti. For Sale ORANGE GROVES AND ORANGE LANDS I have some of trie best bargains any one can offer many of them exclusive. Just now I can offer extra values in 5. 30, 40 and 100 acre ranches, also in desirable and well located homes in Phoenix. .1 also have three exceptionally fine residences located within two miles of town, 10 acres to SO acres of well im proved land with eaoh and best of wa ter rights. ' 0 acres of the finest orange land in this valley for sale at a great sac rifice. Owner must sell. Fine building lot on First avenue, south of Bennitt lane for sale for $500. 2-Story, 8-room brick house on North First Avenue, with modern improve ments. Owner will .give immediate possession, or lease the property of purchaser for one year for 12 per cent of selling price. V I have two $1,000 residences for sale on same terms. E. A. Spaulding, No. 41 West Adams street. ' Opposite Postoflice. I c t Properties . I" or- Kent nnd For Sale. COLLINS, TAYLOR & SOU. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Rcntlns a bpeclalty. No. It N. First Avinsa, Phoenix Aris Venture Hill Copper Stock 40.000 shares at 23c. Will pay $1,200 commis sion to purchaser or broker. Boaz Duncan. 440 Wilcox Building, Los An geles, Cal. SOO PAIRS IViett's Walkov At $3.50 and $4.00 Great Values. 'fifl: DlEHli SHOE CO. Just What A fine ten-room date house. Time, six months . at $100 per month. See me quick. J. Ernest Walker, 14 ! 6 Second Avenue, Phoenix, Ariz. 'Phono SOI 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 Candies for the Fall Trade Chocolates, all flavors. Buttercups, all flavors. I'eanut Brittle. Bonbons. Klrsts. Marshmallons. Mixe.l Candies of all descriptions. "French Nougat. All-Kay Suckers for the School Children. 1 -1 Ice Cream always in season. Fresh Fruits, etc. ' - HANNA & MUNSON. THE CANDY PEOPLE. Cor. Washington St. and 2d kit.. Opposite the Court House. W holf sale and Retail SIfgrs. of Candy and Ice Cream. Jobbers of Cigars, CQOD7vmrsr,s THE LEADING PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY CORNER WHSHINCTON RND C ENTER STREETS Real Estate, Loans, Insurance HENRY RIDDLE & CO. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.. NO. 17 NORTH FIRST AVENUE FOR SALE Several Brick and Frame Dwellings. Two Lodging Houses. Farm Land in all quan tities From Five Acres to a Section tlood Business Proper ty. JinXKT TO LOAN. norsrcs RENTED. AGENTS FOU NON-RESIDENTS. LIST TOUR PROP ERTT WITH US. SEE THE NEW Pattern for 1900. It You Care for Your Eyes You Care tor Our Aid. W c-hiira:' Utl for comfort and sat isfaction to tlu eyes than Ignorant wd olers and Incompetents do for disap point !ent and yiiie tims p-rmanent injury. 1 Tet us aid you to better vision or the preservation of what remains. Yfur eyes deserve the very best ar tiiietn 1 aid. Hm e it is. ers You Want modern, up-to- Real Estate, Loans, Insur ance, Notary Public Residence 3031 Use the Phone No. 3091 inONEY 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. PHSCOE HO N. Center St. Cpp. Adams GAS RANGES ' I PHOENIX LIGHT AMD FUEL CO. : 3Tr :zstfa-.-S DR. GEORGE B. PRATT Ar7na' Lnadiiic Optician,