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THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN: MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1902.
5 20 DISCOUNT SALE CONTINUES UNTIL JANUARY 15, 1902 Wilson & Wooldridge The Reputation of a store, like that of a man, Is no small part of Its capital. Honesty is an asset which we believe our customers appreci ate at its full value. Our prescription work is the best that science, experience and money can produce. T. P Hudson Prorpt!on PTiarmaoy So. J Kaat Washington Street. 'w 1 Open ! 1 Evenings I z Now. ?' Just received a fresh ship ment of , Navajo Blankets and Looms. XV. ADAMS, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICB Open Evenings until 8 o'clock. Stoves Stoves Stoves Largest Line in Arizona at DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Oil Heating Stoves No. 1 Standard Oil Stove t 6.50 No. 2 Standard Oil Stove 7.50 No. 1 P. & A. Oil Stove 6.00 No. 2 P. & A. Oil Stove 6.i0 No. 3 P. & A. Oil Stove 7.00 The best oil heating stoves made. Wood Heating Stoves Air-tight Heaters 9 2.4J Air-tight Heaters 3.40 Air-tight Chicago Hot Blast, steel 4.50 Air-tight Chicago Hot Blast, Rus sia 5.75 Air-tight Chicago Hot Blast, Rus sia, medium size. .a. 8.50 Air-tight Chicago Hot Blast, Rus- sia, large 11.00 Hot Blast Coal and Wood Heaters, No. 1, $15.00; No. 2, $18.00; No. 3.. 21.50 IWhatcheer Air Circulating Wood Heaters. No. 1, $19.00; No. 2, $1-1.50: No. 3 22.50 Steel Ranges with high warming closets. No. 8, $26.00; $45.00, $48.75 and 63.00 If you don't believe we have the blg get,t line of all kinds of stoves at the lowest prices considering quality, just call at our store and see for yourslf. Davidson's Cash Store PHOENIX. ARIZ. Best place to trade in Arizona. Mail orders promptly filled. News of Kf tKe Town II II THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending S p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure Since line. lat of Month Jn. 1,111; ai9 oaii 60 47 -I 51 Maximum temperature, 79: minimum lemperuture, 42. Average relative humidity, 27 per cent. Total precipitation, 0. Character of the day Clear. WM. O. IURNS. Section Director. A SICK HOY. The little son of Mr. and Mm. K. V. Potter is quite ill, but was reported better last evening. TltE KiJO DANCE. The prizes for the eats dance awarded on Friday last, were won by Mr. George Philips and Miss Hattie Price. The regular sec ial dance will be given on Friday evening next, and a week later an other novelty surprise will be in store for the dancers. SATURDAY NIGHT'S HAUL Three arrests were made by the police on Saturday night, one being a Mexican, one an Indian and one an American. The latter having a goodly sum of money on his person, gave h cash bond and was released. The others are en joying the city's hospitality as to board and lodgings. MR. riLLUPS VERY SICK. Mr. M. Billups. one of the leading horse men in Arizona and especially well known in this valley, is very sick with pneumonia at his residence on East "Washington street. It is the third attack of the disease that he has ex perienced, and that together with hir rather advanced age'eauses his friends great uneasiness as to the result. SENT TO THE ASYLUM. Sheriff Frank Murphy of Pima county, arrived in the city yerterday with Frank f'ook ston, committed to the territorial in sane asylum from t he probaT court of his county. 'ookston in a man of about 50. and has been employed in the customs service at Naco. Naco i in Cochise county, but for some reason which has not been explained. Cook ston was taken to Pima for trial CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE. Judge Kimball of Chicago will come to Phoenix early in February and de liver one or more lectures on Christian Science. He is a member of the board of lectureship of the Mother church, and is said to be a most interesting speaker. Judge Kimball has long been known as a successful lawyer and an able jurist, but he is now giving his time to the church of which he has be come such an eminent member. A PRESCOTT VISITOR. Mr. David Grubb came down from Prescott on yesterday morning's train and is reg istered at the Hotel Adams. Speaking of Mr. Grubb. the Prescott Prospect said in its last issue: "David Grubb, one of Yavapai county's oldest resi dents, is in from the Hassayampi dis trict. He will go to Phoenix for a visit, after which it is his intention to spend the spring and summer months In California. Mr. Grubb sold the Cash and Glen mines to the present LooK Over McNeil's Bargain Counter Prices cut ono-half '. Ovpoiit. Courthout. . THE PERFECTION DESK CALENDAR is the best calendar made for a busi ness man. For sale by The Phoenix Stationery and News Co. 10 and 12 West Washington Street. A complete line of Mason's Automatic Inkstands just received. The best and cheapest in the market. - - . . . . . 4- owners for a sum sufficient to main tain him comfortably for the balance of his life." DEATH OF MRS. H. W. STEWARD Mm. H. W. Steward died yesterday morning about 4 o'clock at the family home on North Center street of cancer of the face. She has been a long and patient sufferer, and the end of course, came not unexpectedly to her friends. She was S." years old ;utd leaves beside her husband, one child, a son. The family has lived here fr a number of yeurs, Mr. Steward being a well known ' farmer. The funeral will be held at Bradley's undertaking parlors this afternoon at 2 o'clock. K. T. CONCLAVE. The Knigths Templar of the city will meet In reg ular monthly conclave at the asylum in the Monition building this evening at 7:30 o'clock. After the regular busi ness of the evening .has been trans acted the Order of the Red Cross will be conferred on a candidate for the various orders of Templary. The knights are rapidly increasing thetr members in this city from among the best material and are having some in teresting occasions in conferring th-s orders in this branch of Masonry. A SPORTING EVE&T. The follow ing is an item of sporting news handed in to this office last nightJ The Re publican disclaims any knowledge re garding the accuracy of it and waives on the part of any' possibly aggrl3ed parties the right to bring a libel suit against this paper: "There was a game cf football at Tempe yesterday afternoon resulting in a victory for Tempe. The score was 11 to 0. Th? team from Phoenix was the O. K. They played with the O. K. ball, which was stolen after the game." ANOTHER STOREY ADDED. An other Storey has been added to one of the best known houses in Prescott. that of Mr. and Mrs. H. C Storey. The recent improvement is a girl and she has been a member of the family s'nee the 2Sth day of December. Her parents were so elated they did not have time to give out the information before, but it is of the sort that is al ways good. Mr. Storey being train master of the S. F.. P. & P.. will prob ably see to it that the young lady gets a special clear through life or. at any rate, till she changes her name. HORSE FELL DEAD. Rather an unusual incident occurred yesterday afternoon on Washington street in front of the city hall about the time the band concert was over. Ben Kellner was going up the street on the gray horse he was accustomed to ride, when ruddenly the animal staggered over toward the north side of the street and fell, for a moment pinning the young man down to the ground. In the sub sequent struggle Ren managed to free himself and crawl from under without injury, but before he could hardly get the saddle off the horse, the animal was dead. The horse was a good on" and well known by those familiar wtt'i Phoenix rtreet scenes. There wa1. n't apparent reason for his sudden death from any incident that h:id immedi ately preceded. WEEK OF PRAYER. The Phoenix Baptist church will observe the week of prayer by meetings as follows: On Monday. 4 tD " o'clock p. m.: on Tues day, 7:30 p. m.; Wednesday, 2 p. m. and 7 p. m.: Thursday, 7:30 p. m.; Friday. 7:30 p. m.: Saturday, Z p. m. All wil'. be cordially w eh-omerl to these servi ces. The World's Evangelical Alliance gives the following topic for Monday.! Jan. bin: t ne Vifiun ot uou in t. nrist. Prayer for a deeper realization that God is. and thut He is a rewarder of them that sek after Him: for a clearer recognition of His holiness and power: for a stronger, more purifying faith, that He shall judge the world with righteousness and the peoples with His truth; for a more grateful appre hension of His love in the redemption of the world by our Lord Jesus Christ: and for the full indwelling of the Holy Spirit." UNIQUE TIMEPIECE. A. Oppen heimer, a genial traveling salesman representing Livingston & Co.. import ers and wholesale liquor dealers of San Francisco, on his second trip through Phoenix, demonstrated to some newly acquired friends at the Hotel Adams that things are not always what they seem. His illusion was in the form of what appeared to be an Elks' or Eagles button, worn properly on the lapel of his coat and fastened to a buttonhole. It is about the size of a Grand Army cannon button, but in reality is no emblem whatever, but one of the most unique timepieces ever manufactured unique even in Switzerland, where it was made and where curious timepieces exist in profusion. In spite of its dim inutive size the watch keops perfect time, requires winding only once in every thirty-four hours, like most other watches, and is so conveniently car ried that tho possessor may ascertain the time of day while lighting a cigar eimel Linen -Mesh Underwear is Growing in Favor Those who wear It praise it 4 and recommend it to their J friends. No more wool for any one who has once tried DEI MEL LI MEN MESH INMSTI64U II . I McDOUGALL &.CO ticiusne naueiudiiieis Next Door to Santa Fe By. Office T J TOCR MONEY BACK IF YOU T ? WANT IT. SPECIALS IN Salt and Pickled Fish in. Bvilk FINNAN HADDIES. 25 cents pound. TIALIDUT CHUNKS, 25 cents pound. WHITE ROSE BRAND COD MIDDLES, 20c pound, 2 pounds 35c. CAPE COD TiLOATBIta, 5 cents each. SCALED HEKirlNO. - 6 for 10 cents. 45 cents box. FAT MILCUXKi: HEI'SUINO, 5 cents each. LAKE SUPERIOR WHITE FISH, 20c pound. ROLL HERRlNtl. 5 cents each KE1L ilAMliri'.li HERRINO. 10 cents each. 3 for 25 cents. SMOKED SALMON. 30c pound. Pickled Meats HONEY COMB TRIPE, 15 cents pound. PICKLED LAMBS' TONGUE, 25 cents pound. PICKLED PIGS' FEET. 2 pounds 25 cents. WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT. i Sole Agents Arizona. Orange Growers Association Just Unloaded Car Apples. Car Oregon Potatoes, Car Bananas PRICES ON APPLICATION without giving out the slightest hint that h: in surveying a watch dial. INSTALLATION AND ENT E R -TAIN. VENT The United Moderns will hold a public installation of ohVers together with an entertainment ai Py thian hall on Tuesday evening. COr X 'I L MEETI N ..Tonight H the regular monthly meeting of the city ouncil. and the man with the bill rgninst the city will rejoice. Also the It ng list of city employes who have been waiting anxiously f-r their Christ l ian money. ONE CONTRACT LET News corner f i oni Tucson that deorge Reynolds, manager of the Tucson Marble works, has secured the contract for furnish ing the Mone for the reform school building at Benson. The contract calls for KMRiO feet of Saginaw stone, which will be (married in the mountains four miles west of Tucson. WILL TOUR THE ORIENT. Dr. Alexander J. Mcl vor-Tyndall who gave an exhibition in Mesa City. Saturday, was in the city yesterday, leaving last night fur Tucson. He will go from there to El Paso, then back to Prescott and possibly to Phoenix again. After leaving Arizona he will go to San Franc is, o and intervening points, sail ing subsequently for New Zealand an:l Australia. J ACK O' N E I LL' S DEATH . Re!a -tive to the reported suicide ot Jack O'Neill on the road between Globe and the Bobtail mine, it appears that the report was erroneous. The following from the Globe Times Is explanatory: "Just three hours before the new year stepped upon the scene. Jack O'Neill pasted from earth to eternity at the county hospital. The day before, while returning from the Bobtail mines the team which was driven by Jim Gibson, took an ugly plunge, and Jack jumped from the sping-awgon, breaking his left leg below the knee. Just why death should result from such an in jury In such a short time no one seem;, to understand. Jack was a bright man and a thorough gentleman. He was buried cn Fi iday afternoon by the Globe miners uniwn." Our list, of residences tor sale and for rent is extensive. The Evans Loan & Investment Co. Special sale of ladles conts now go- ing on at Stein's Cloak and Suit House. East- man7 Film We have the only stock in Phoenix and carry all the dif ferent sizes. We get our film twice a week, so it is always fresh. E. L. Andrews & Son Solo Agents tor Kodak, and Cutman's Vilsas f - I Bill A Happy and Prosperous New Year To You. c58 Weirick & Latham 47 N. Center St. 1T tS5 Real Estate Insurance and Loans Rentals of All Kinds a Spec ialty. Headquarters for Strangers. jFor Rent A Brick House. 5 Four rooms with kitchen : : and bath, per month : I $12.50. I Arizona building co.j 3 21S Fleming Block. E We have some of the BEST BARGAINS anyone can offer Just now we can c-Ter extra values in 5. 10 S 40 and li0 acre ranches. Thr exceptionally fine country resi dences, located within two miles of citv. ! Forty Acre Orange j Groves at a Bargain i Also choice orange lands and proves. We have a number of desirable homes, well located, that we can sell for small cash payments, balance as rent. Two-story, S-room brick house on North First Ave. with modern Im provements. Owner will Rive imme diate possession or will lease property from purchaser Tor one year for 1 per c?nt on selling price. We can also offer a fl.OOO residence on same terms. We have a larse list to select from and will he pleased to show you what we have. Houses to Money to Loan Rent If you are looking for a good business opening, we can suit you. Spaulding & Rehling 41 West Adams Street Opp. i'ostoffice I If you want good f I things to eat I goto I Hoghe's Palace Chop House THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adams on North Center Street. Nobby turnouts. Safe and speedy stoc. W. Lb GEORGE. Manager. "TAYLOR1 SON I ill REAL ESTATE AND LOANS 3 No. 11 North first Aveaae, PtraenU, Arizona GUARANTEED PATENT LEATHERS Did you ever hear of this kind ? We have them. A NEW PAIR if they break. , This is the sea son to wear them M. A. DieHl For 30 Days FOUR Located near Street Car and have Hot and Cold Water and 'Will be sold on very easy terms. First to apply will have choice of locations. I FRMFT WAI BFR Rea,Estateand!nsurance J 1I LvJ I TTAIBlllmi6 South Secoad Ave. PH)tMX, ARI70N 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 Holiday Candies For the oomir.pc week v.-? will continue to offer exceptional values ir. dies. We have the best ilixeil Broken Candy and Mixed Veanis, mi.; carry the finest line of Uonbnns and Chocolates. If you need any Ice Cream or Ices, telephone us, and we w ill pr fill your order. HANNA & On the Threshold of a New Year. c ir-ii in muiitv mus- v. nu nave business satisfactory. e acknowledge appreciation a:id extend our patrons the sincerest wish that the coming year may he one happiness and prosperity. Our aim has been to conduct a drug store that should conserve every way the best interests of the public. The accomplishment this purpose has been made possible by the standfast udhwene those to whom this greeting is extended. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington and Center Sts. Rsal Estate, Loans, Insurance HOTkI r,T nnk'NTI NEW YORK RESTAURANT Mark Land and Sam Chlng, Proprietors. New dining room is frjir anteed to be the coolest and most comfortable in the city. Fi-str! iss meij st all hours. Patrofcage solicited. 25-27 South Center street. Piioei,;x- 118 NORTH CEMTtR STREET Mohn $& Undertakers MRS. H. S. D4US0V lady Attendant i Shoe Co, I Offer at a Great Bargain - ROOM is, a n vjr 1 T BRICK COTTAGES DiL OaLII. Rare Bargains Talhot & Hubbard i MUNSON. neipeu to ma ice our yar I110NEY LOANED on real estate or chattel security. Re payable In monthly Installments to rult the borrower. Ascertain iry ratea be fore placing loan elsewhere. E."R PRSCOB HO H.' center St. Opp. Adams CaHente, Maricopa county iv'rvtliiui! Easterlitig and Enibalmers jHW;)i-fc7ap3r-'- I or ara Appetite As every man ku3 frepl:rro?s i Groceries, healthful and nutriti 'i food is the foundation of oo.-l hea;:i Our line of Cereals ii-)uies lis" v.-r best of Health Poods. Canned Fi . ' f.nd Meats are A. Xo. 1. Our diTc trades ot fine Coffees nr. 1 Tea c: i le excelled. All poods i:i the line ( Family Groceries sold at the lj-.ve: market price. FRANK GI?!BrL, 218-20 W. Washington St.. Tel. 431. TliE M CKTH of JANUARY was rail d nft;r t!n -l- iiy Janus. r n re?enf(I as hjivtv."- uvu huuis iii lookintr into th ji,-isi. cm- ir.n tin future. It were w-.-il if v.. mmni.i:n' he in1-;.-the present clay 1011M (ihs-rv-- all Pi ie in the thinjrs nf this lifo. For instanf. if wo ion!'! but i.iok into the ia t u ml st-e t !v !i;mv! ttu; i jiscs v. hf if r.'-rl I tf i!v evs I'.a broURlit evj tief'-'-is. .-ni'i ho n. :i; ( ;iFf n b'i miners, it v tui'.'i n. 'Si ct-rKii::l'.' urse ill- to t-arc fry our -ytfS Vy r t -his the-nt with proper la -'-'.-.