THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 35, 1902.
- PlNNEY &
are maJe from elastic cables which
pass over adjustable cone-bearing pul-It-ys,
and haw line curie or wooden
handler or grips. Th.-y are. made In
different strengths or weights, includ
ing light, medium, heavy, extra heavy
:mtl XX heavy, and various styles, at
$2, $::. $4, $-1.50. $r and $10. We areMiow
carrying in stock only the $3 and $4.50
rtyles. Those, tine exercisers are guar
ar.teei by th; manufacturers for ON 10
:: Additional LocaJ t
XIOTH LEGS CUT OFF.fA terrible
accident occurred .Thursday night at
Hi la. Kend to a man namwl Watson,
and through, it he lost both logs; and
probably his life. Mr. Watson left here
nr-52 dish washor. and It Is believed
that it was accidental. The wounded
man m-ver got so that he-could speak of
it and the other man. who was arrested
yesterday evening, has been silent ever
since. The two were in a room to
gether when the shooting occurred. The:
weapon was a shotgun loaded with fine
bird shot. A considerable pert of the
charge struck the cook in the upper
part of the month and tcre the roof
away and passed back of the right eye.
The rest of the charge p.-ppered th?
YKAIt from the date we sell them, but ; Thursday with the special train of beef
v.e believe the dealer should keep them ; cattle shipped by .Mr. Connolly of Los
resh, so we pet ours in 50 or 75 at n '. Angeles. At Gila llend he fell under I face.
time every two or three months. ' the cars, the wheels passing over both ! A telephone message was received at
Fverv rpran dok or well should bgs. He. was taken to the hospital in th sheriff's otiice soon after the siioot-
have one of these WHITKLY EXKK
CiStCKS. Ait elegant book on physical
exercise free with earn Kxereiser sni. 1 1T ' .!. wn, ..m ... ..... .
Tucson and the news was telegraphed ing and Leputy Sheriff Williams,
I to Phoenix. No report has been re- ompa nied by 1 r. Piiiiifron, left
i '.y reading t lie book you
stand how to exercise the
:f iiiuxeles ti) overcome any weaktieF
' you may have. 1 ;e-m amended by iv
liaMe physicians everywhere.
Mail orders promptly lUt -1, prepaid
will under- 1 believed he can recover from such an until they
,-aiious set ? I avf ul shock and mangling. It is re
markaPle, in tart, that he uvea to i
taken to Tucson.
A MXfv'j ! i LIP.UAItY IIHE
Guns, Bicycles Cameras Zun'
40 North Center Stre et, Phoenix
Typewriters, Sporting Goods
int-t Mr. Clayson hrhiini?
the wounded man to town. The- Japa
nese who was supjMised to have dole1
the shooting was along :issisting in
ring for his companion. 1 ne cook wu
NiX. The memb-i.s of the Wome.n's I tak -n to-the Sisters - hospital and th
man witn ih- sun was locked up ( end- ;
ing an examination. j
it was evident that the wounded ma:
could not live ioiig; in fact, soon after '
he was brought to the hospital he begi:
&They Are Coming
Corner Irst Avenue and Adams Street
The cheapest store in Phoenix, and
our goods are all new end the prices
are LOWEST CASH PRICKS. Don't
be afraid to come in and look around.
Take your time and see all we have- to
Ilea Comforts, each : $1.00
Galvanized Water Buckets, L'5c and 3.V
P.uys Knee Pants, pair, 15c and.... 2"-c
Tin Bottom Wash Boilers 50c
Towels, each, He, To, Sc. lC'.ijc, 20c... 2T:-
Mop Sticks and Cotton Mop,
Ilunton Flour Sifters, each
Lace Curtains. 3'j yards long, 42
inches wide, pair
Curry Combs, each, 13c, 15c
Wooden Kolling Pins, each
Hemmed Sheets. 72x1)0 inches, each
Tin Strainer Pails, each
Outing Flannel, yard
Galvanized Wash Tubs, each, 65c..
Ladies Black Hose, fast color, pair
Keep one eye on this space, the
other on our show
, A TEMPTING DISPLAY
or everything" In chinaware, crockery,
tableware? etc., etc., tending to delight
the heart of the pood housewife is to
be seen here In great profusion every
week day. in the year never larger for
tho time of year than now. Th prices
will prove equally tempting, it you will
but look at tin-m and the goods them-
RICHMOBD - DAY CO.
B. HaHhlngton Mt.
club of t;ij city are engr.sed In ;t r-jr-reV-ondene-x
with .Mr. Andrew Carn.-fti
in the matter" of procuring u librui y
f .T I'hocr.i-:. The subjfi-t was taken
up som lime ago. anil a 'e'.tor was
ier.-rLl;." i-e.ei ve,i frr:i M :. Carne;;'i
r.skiuar if a suitable site could be pro
cured. The let I. r was referred io
Mayor Talbot, and by him to City T;::;
Collector Luke. PuDlic spirited ciii- i ai:othr shut." The Japanese
r.er.s could no doubt be induced to cor.- mick3y and murmured, "No. no,
.sinking. lie was in gre.it pain and an
J injection of morphine was glwti him.
said: "Ii tter give him
i It did not have
and Dr. Hughe
tribute a site and meet nil the other
it'iiuijvmcnts implied by Mr. Carn-.-i
Jt h is been suggested, though that ih
city airea ly owns as go-d a site as
could be secured, the city hall plaza.
The sou rh east t rn corner of if wouid
le an admirable place for a library.
KPWOKTH LKAC.l'K KNTKIiTA IX-
abiy meaning ihnt he thought he had
had enoupn sh;ts for oie day. He
die 1 about i o'c! t k last night.
Justice 1 iurr.ei was ini" rmcd nf the
death, of th. Japanese, and i:;.pai.e!ii:g i
the following jury, viewed th.' remains:
i;. J. L'on.uui. . i. itoruer. M. Koyen-
In-rg. A. It-d-v.ill. W. II. Hlack and 1..
MK.N'T.-Th,lit-rnry and s ia! .t-r- V.. K.mst. The iivtu.
lainr.i iit fciven by the Upv.oi-th L. -:t l. u Monday morning
of the r'irst M. K. ch.urch last t-venins j th e furn-ii.
was a v "-y successful cv-'-.it. T'.-.e ;
t will lr Ivld iif xt
th- i.'AU e if Jux-
llvciy hy is a busy
J-.very day is a bargain
VmIIv, Verily.imore and mor.
It pays to trade at MeKc-e's Cuh SLove.
1 package C.ra',.-Nuts
I can Corn 1
1 can Tomatoes lOc
r lbs. Leaf Lard 4c
5 lbs. Leaf Lard TOt-
10 lbs. Leaf L.ird 1
. lbs. Arbuckle Coffee ;e
I lb. Pioneer IJaking Powder -451
1 doss. Kggs, fresh ranch ISOtt
lbs. i). a. sugar $1.00
C lbs. be.se Pink Beans iirit?
Fresh Rolled Oats, lb fe
3 lbs. lii t Soda Crackers
10-lb. box SJa Crackers
1 can Sardines
1 package P.alston's Food
1 can Columbian Cream
10 lbs. White or Yellow Corn
1 lb. valley Cheese
church parlors vh
propl'. w ho thoruiihl;
i r siing programme,
p:. rt c,f th f.i'.iiiij; u
icial s.-:sitin, U:ri i:g
merits v. r.- served by
re M-n lili.'d with
eiij .'yt-d tin in
is fidlouc.t by -i
whi -ii ri-fi'-.l.-th
y.iung 1 idi -s
of the It-agu. The programme rendered
was ri fii!!.tvj: f'up.-r or. J.dm V.v
by, Mir.r: lri:d Jtawiey; pong. fir.
i:. Prr.f; diet, Jt 1: Well With My
Snul," M -s.se -j Jei'ide and Tony Wii? -n:
-HiPhop Taylor." Kev. Mr. (V.v.';i:
duet, "OiiL" Swt-tiy Sob-inn T Jiol. k i I . "
Mrs. Tiffany and Mrs. roote; Stoi- of
v bove siing, XeJIie C-1 rdale: lii.-tei y
c? "H I.R(it-'.h M." J-'din Ilubbn.-.l ;
nolo. "Ju'U a fit-p I-ietwe-n Me And
J e sits," M ; . Zf.-l win Cooper.
Of Hiss Stons I Iow Hourl r Liable t J i
Become a Fact.
A FATAL SH00TIKG
Constantinople, F-b. 14. 4:1T p. m.
Tiie ransom r,r Miss Kll n M. Sto;ie and
h.r companion. Mine. Tsilka, has been
1 aii!. The limit of time allowed for th
please of the captiws lias not yet ex
pired, but their delivery to the Ameri-
1 lb. Macaroni lOf
A Japanese Cook Dies of Wound Re
ceived at Ciaysoas Kancli.
U.S. fJraham Flour iOc
10 lbs. Whole Wheat Flour SOe
1 gallon ''oal Oil, best Kc
1 package Se--dd Kai.-.Ina 1 Oe j 4
1 lb. Schepp's Cocoa nut S2rc ! X
6 bars Diamond ' Soap li.'e j J
Uacon, per lb 1 ." o 4
Hams, per lb loc :T
1 lb. snow white Evaporated i
Apples lOc a
Get a coupon book if you don't want I
to be bothered paying cash. j
Ours are the prices
A Japnnes.- ccck employed at Clay
sen's ranrli. five miles east of the city,
was shot about 3 o'clock yesterday
zCurr -ion, from the efftct of which lv
died six ho'irs l.itrr. The shooting ii
FUpp;?'! to have bt en don by a Japu-
j can agents Is expected hourly,
j A HINT TO TnikTY.
I S'lfia. Feb. 11. Th.1 liulgtiria. an ofli-
j cu l r.ev:-iaper, declares that as the rc-
suit. iif an energetic not e f roi:i 1 U
miit-'d th' cp- ning ;f negotiations with
the i.-ngaror t ir tne uu. ratw n oi aiis
Stor.e rn Turkish lerritoiy.
are now in. The styles for this season
surpass anything ever before produced by
the mills. We have in stock several hun
dred, new patterns of all the leading
shades. Ask to see the new things which
are arriving each day. Eo trouble to
show them. Our Spring stock of the lat
est in ladies' children's and men's Shoes
is beginning to arrive, all in the new leath
ers, toes, soles and finish. The price is
right, too. : : : : : : : : : :
For Moehanks ;-;!co Vim Tar Sonp
that make them'
the store that's aln-ays
icKee's Gash Store
?.rerryn.an i Holloy have moved their
undertaking parlors to No. 114 West
Adams St., where they have fitted up
the most up-to-date ofHce and chaaei
in the city.
If Price Will be Inducement 4
we promise to make specially low
figures on our Large Stock of JEW
ELRY, WATCH HS, SILVER
WARE, CLOCKS, ETC., for the
next niiiet3' days.
Geo. H. Cook & Co.,
, Telephone 2741
9 and 11 East Washington Street
Good things to eat, served in tha
best style in our pretty private dining
The Coffee Al Tertaur..nt Co.
V.ern.aid WasV.ing Powder coupons In
each package. Presents f:ep.
ARiZOWS l.E0iG JEWtLtRS
134 W. Washinqtaw Street 2.
- , No fun
. ( s.-.rtnu -it
;iidiings are c jmpl 'te wit'v.ut
rug, h.r( :i'wheie i-:in an as
be r:: v at tl.e t i: t-;.
er.uo and J.-fi . 011 stref t.
For lithographed fruit and orange
Ir hols, bonis, stock certificates or othr
high grade lit ho. work, ask The Ke
puhiican office for prices and samples
before placing your- order. We can
Al! the ladies of the town and terri
tory are invited to call and see the new
spring millinery at Keofield's Millinery
Parlors. L.IXABKTII A. M ALKY.
Xr. W. H. Battln has just moved into
nis new Quarters at No. 1 South Sec
Tim latest styles, right up to date 1W-2.
Right in r-i ir. right in tiunlity. The right place to buy.
for yourself. No trouble to show goods.
Vme and see
Spears St Wattawa
Mew and Sccond-lland Cash Store.
34 West Washington Street
THE LIVE, vf?
Easily Foart3 and Always Reliable"
'Phone Double One
5-7 East Washington Stt-eet
fittoil Boi-ntiflral!y, wo have fitted hun
ilro.l.s sniisfactorily. , TVE CAN KIT
Y;(-. Al.r. KINDS. A private truss
room fov our custOfiier?.
CAN WH SAY A WORD TO YOU ABOUT
depends largely upon a man's
ix-rsonal appearanco-. The clean
cut, neatly-dressed young man
is the one who "gets the plums.'
Any man. young or old. can
afford to dress well at the low
prices made by Plank the
Hatter on suits made to oroT
from his large line of spring
samples. Yu take no chances,
for satisfaction is guaranteed,
fall n nd get his prices before
Just the time of year when Curtains are needed mere than any other time of year. Why? Because the unavoidable hot weather will soon
be here and you will have to keep your windows up. And what is a house without Curtains? especially if you can buy them as cheaply as mos
quito netting. Not only have we the largest stock to select from, but we have all sorts of Crtrtains at all prices. There are Nottinghams, Gui
pures, Escurials, Irish Point, Point D'esprit, Bobinet and any other kind of Netting, and also a full stock of Swisses and Scrims. ,
are on sale today. Tliis means lots to the housekeeper, for rare bargains are laid out at this rare opportunity, and don't miss it. You will find
the finest Damasks, Tinsels, Brochees and Satins in the most luxurious shadings and color combinations, all away down, just so as to make room
-and business. It will pay you handsomely to lay in your supply and oversupply.
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