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THE ARIZONA v SErTJBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1902
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JOHN DEERE PLOWS
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wcur.L ill.
Oliver Chilled ' Plows
Deere Discs
Planet Jr. Cultivators
Deere Drills
Etc., Etc.
EZRA W. THAYER
124 to 126 E. Washington Street
127 to 133 E. Adams Street
iikmemker. the white horse in front.
BASEBALL AT EL PAs0
Heme Teu::i Lost to Kansas City in a
Gor.d Eihibitioi Gain?-
El
Oc to'v.T (Special
fL Tii? K; -publican).
::y J::11 t--.ii' defeated El
h:l.iti 'i! 7.u:h' h;ie or. tlie
' 1 ut l.r.'x) people.
ton ar.
I
v.X, th" ' T'"' llali;naIs have Titchcr Callahan ami a brcken rib showed
van .a k: ' re - . ci Chicago and Kid Nichols as pitchers, cf a heavy pistol ball
nsas city mu .larek- : . p-u.her Wicker of St. Lcuis. hot! v.
i n- ,
Vv.:;i .c
S:tn : y 1'- 1
t-tadi i.r,d Kr..;i for lCI 1'ase.
.!?!rck-:::H i itched th. emir? Ram
i.'.lij'.vin-r Lui i !X M-nltrivd hit:? unJ foii." !
:'.:!. -1 runs. The si up to the fourth
iiii.ii...' b. ::,g tv a to one in favor of th;!
j.f.-s--:-.--.;-.!-!. Svt'.'.ivun. El l'aso's !
:t o-.ii'sne.t hjri.e!t by c.rcp-;
!y iv .) 1 lies' made off Mart k- i
ie:y. Ti;? f?atures of the j
the i iu hiag c.r I-ee for Kan- i
(I i-:' ! : is lire work at sec- ! o
hi l u.-o Jijk k.t:'.--!t lv.irle.1
fir - si game? s .-:i hi v f:-r
. Willi r.n support : J 1 ? i . 1 e
r ;;..d i-a'uh r a'ld lii'.-t,
i iu ii. d against great . s 1 -i : ',
t "t'. u::i.: b.'his ir.i'.de "J;i
. i-f th Wr-?ti rn l?a':-;ue. E! J
it -r l'i?. i 1 a 11 !K IK-Mins
1 liny; tv; wry diiih ull
'! En? dri.vo a s r?ani"r at
Man ktadt 2: struck r ut by En.?, 7: by
Mai ckctadt, C. Tinif of same. 1 hour,
L'! minutt'S.
Kansas City is reprosciitinp El IVso
at th? Albui)Urnu. fair and Albuquer
ou? has the pick of the national league
. tearr.!'. The nationals, representing Al
! T.iiip; -ni'iio and the Kansas City's cross
bats hers Sunday and Monday at Atli
jhlic park in two exhibition paines.
T 1 ?;ai hie- reports today are El Pas'
j rtci'eai.ej Albuqiierou 5 to 1, i5.aklng
it t iirio sirais:-ts,
tlio Fcene anil' an imiuest was heM.
The lu)dy was found under a pile of
brush wiih a wall of stones thioun up
in front of it. It was that of a large
man, 3: or 40 years of ase, so dccoin
p.ised that any reoi snition was impos
sible. A heavy, closely buttoned can
vas coat indicated that the killirs ha 1
cccurre 1 durinsr told weather and the
ir.'iidition of the body Fhove;l ihat it
had laid for many months.
Th cause of death was not far to
see.'. The front and bark of the coat
the passage
through the
OPENEI. WITH MUF.ir.
Dor.nt-U'.'i pliotoraphio gallery
Wf-hinplon r.tn-t over thf Hub rtore
was r.nlaily opened yesterday and the
evrnt wan a sr.uiee nf pleasure to both
the aitist and those v ho c-nino to ac
cept his hospitality. The Forbes or-
tv.ctr-i In r 1 1 .-ii1:i nro iind i..n it ord
r.o;iif very s-0ft inu?!f. Mr. Donnell t
had pri-parpJ for the occasion som'-1 ,
pretty rouver.ira ia the nature of i f;
1'our-paKO folder pxprensins his iiimrf f
;ind I'liitiitions. and also thoins' nam- if
pies of his work in the reproduction of
phctOKi-aphrf he had taken of people
well known locally.
on fj
Ye.! Ket fjoo.I woiii at rlrrilt piicfS
from Feekint;3 Tile Talior. Your old
"nit ica'r.ed and pressed like nevr. IT
We: t Ad: f tre' t.
Fhoer.b:. Trunk Facto: v for trunks.
Tl
i El Pa? a was will with joy over her
lx-nl tiam holding the professionals
d:vr. to a small score by her local bat
t :.v. YOOPJIEES.
i . i . -pins
th
i t::dl-s
IT GOES IUCI1IT TO THE SPOT.
: n
olid. I
1.1:1- ' i"
' .v. - days
f short
i-:..-. ::.. n h-ll;.-
.:.: o
. f t!. ).i. k
- 1
--it'io ;.i-.
. i -.,,. t. ...
h!-i in oH-.i'ii. hit tins h'ni la the chest.1 1
b;zt Maickstadt I'M is I the ball to first!
in time to ! tire 1- ', w h.) '.'. as s; rial- i
ln? i'.isi icr tii-? ir.Uial Mi l'. After the j
nam th ? rrofessi !s snook ti'iii:!
with Mh!'
5 lirn.iT-.p-ii Ih r.i far their line work.
Eiis-t seas-a K:u::-::.5 'Mty defer?d Ei
Paso py a l-:rgo Fvrre. Score by in-
YYh-i pain or irritation exists on
::;y part of the bo.!, the application
-.v Liniment will tvive
'it ;,'oes riht to the
P.aliard's Pr,
lTompt le'ief.
i'piTt." said an old man who was rub
Mr:: it i l to euro his rhe'imat ism. C.
P.. ilh. propi-ii tor Smith, home. Ten
ai.i. Ti :;;.s, write'': "t have used Pal
li.rd's now I.i'ii'.-'r.t in my family fir
s;-ver:il vears. n::d have found it to be
fire it ;;:(
i -
for ail .-irlies anil pains.
n ! I vi i on i:.i nd it for pains In th"
h:r:nt an 1 che---t." Uc. "Oe and SI at
ey c liu.ett s, i.niKoits.
IXljaDEIl IK THE HILLS
i
n j Kr.eai and com- ILdy of an Uninown J.Taa Found in
Grihatn County.
Xcthinsr couid be found to indicate
the identity of the dead man. One
thr-ar is that it is that of a Mexican
tad man who has b?en missing for
several months. Justice Djylj holds
:o a theory concrrning which thsdr ih
seme taneible evidence, but does not j
care to speak of it at present. The
jury has net yet returned a verdict, but j
i waiting fcr the coiljcticn of some
additional evidence.
o
RAN TEN PKNWT NAI E TJIROPt III
IIES 1 1 AN r.
Whi'e openins a box, J. C. M.vjv.t of
Thro." Mill. Eay. N. Y.. ran a t :i penny
nail lbr(ii"!i the Jh-shy ri.ii t or bis !
hard. "I tho'jsht at once of all the
pain and soreness this would ca'.::--e
ii'e." h" says, "and immfdiat"! ap
plied Chimberlain's I'.'iTi P.alr i ari l i.c
'asienally afterwards. T-j my surprise
it rfr.r.ved all pain and soreness and
the ir.jr.r 1 p-rts v.-re soon heiiel."
For paL by Elvey &. llu'.ett, druists.
Vrr fe
DRHSSMAKINC.
sty, 5.T& West Ada:-.".
i:1. p t- j
K. I'i'y ..
Et Pi;'' i
-J: Kar.sa,
0
1' Z -t
1) 0 0
.'i -x 0 1
i. 1. !'..:' o
Hits 0. ha
0 7 S 0
i) 0 0 (' 0
L' 1 1 07
ball.', Ix-e.
.. .i on ball--.
A Mfyicai came iiUo town last Sat
urday and reported that the body of z.
had man hid been found in the hi'.!-?
r.b'-ut 13 miles r.os ih cf Clifton, says
the Vppcr Era. On Sunday Justice
empanelled a jury ar.d went to
Pru't forget the milHaery openinj; at
Th? Frrliu next Mond.-.y and Ta-.---day
aft-rr.cor".
?fr:. J. Q. A. K' -.a; bar- ch:.rc- of tl:
:.:ilii'.:c: ;- Eepa: tmeat o The Prii i
ml ir-pre-Ur, all her friindT and
tr;!:" t: be :cs at at the mtiliat-ry
- -
yS - r-'
t .' ,
III
I
Pn7aP g ' " Company S
r,u mail orders are jrrov.iruT everv I ''T1"T--''r ;f'4
day, t,n.l we want every order c:u of V' j?rPM
l..v. n v . r.!i'i .-. 1. n- . . , V-T . k.'l..lVXV?lt l 1
... mv Li.uu--a 10 11. v c t.i.l n 31- j.- r.v - i. -i'. w V' A I !'l
e:u, r.-,..i .i , Ah:7.Zyki -V Wbf't&rstf'f.X Irt
txracsa sa::.c day t3 rei cived. Let U3 . I -v f . i' 3. ,i'h' ? 4 -Vn iff I .i
Bear's Drue: Sfors Jmmim
.Opposite Cliv Koil XKi'vJe'1 :-il:-;?i7::'S M
. : i-ivrJK;.!'.'::.: 14
E WAKEL1NI
GROCER
'COMPANY
We are shov.lrifr the largest lin of
WKh prade CoffeeF in I'ho:ii.x. Our
line consists of
SiAOUr. -WAKNCK'S
1 sli grades.
SC!!!LL!G S lil SI COrflE
in four Krade
ClUSt & SWROHM
lr. four rraiei.
J. A. FOLGrif & CO.
in three grade.
STFKLKG GOLD SEAL MOCHA
AND JYA
cms iiousL corra i.
. M0C!A AND JAVA
JAS. UFf.KIN & CO, IN riVE!
GRADES
T
h
y Have Come
Late arrivals of
3
in Velvet, Moquette, Tapestry and Ingrain.
Also a new line of
4
it
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TILLMAN & BENDEL
GRADES
The
N THREE
Wakelin Grocer
il I l I? . - i I I
Sexual Bloot! and Ganito
Urinary Orsans Spaeiaiist
4
iiVfs
Uiet!ierai Obstructions,
Specific Blocd PcisGn,
Nen-us Dsuil.ty, 102
t acied Diseas's. . .
Tli- ' alji'Ve di'onlr rx !
ith tlioir t-rrltd.-i ffccti 1
cunsin? fh'iri"Pio nfj
iiiiiiil, werikiiinK of to.1y t
bii l raefcin ol t:ie no v-
fi I RADOfiTHoI ,0" ;f''"'m' f'l.?. efsul'y tr.ntil. Yourlife
t ll'inft ft K..rvrd Mel- I f '"'"'I .-uy noi Ker umi d n ire-'-'
S ' J M ' I ! i ffi CoT'-i. ei I1-1""1' It y.mr eeii bt is i-m.r, to reli
S SSrtiiii U Ur.it.i .J',i:i' Hi p.- 1 B,"tl " " l,,r'r bertring m o.f;t;ve.
. ...I t A . . I n un.n.n .1 .. i M"i n':'ii ru iii"i: l HuriitL. ii vim r t. I: i n
tirooie j.ti.1 J.ifi; ilt . '.!.. ..t, -s in. I ';-. n : i on rt oo t vti l it Ji i urmui; j. 1
tld.;r Vriaarv Filddr, Privat .?. : '; r or Imv n" e a. ii'e iIim us ,
fKt-xM 1 i. :. HArtta.l K'nalinoK. wifa ! ,'"'!Ul' -vt"ir I ''-"'1' J.h )-.! i. Tliy tin.- M i
cxbHiit-t v'o.uUfv p rL-.-li'-,,;; Miryl. t :,.- ! " '".n t I. for I ilo not tient su:ti on.
ce'SHa.I .ir:.ei rths r-rooveiJ w.tu- ; ''"at". -.rt lle.y rii .!o Iwn-t b you. Jr.
out tc k-::' or ?';a r- ucitsur.'i. Tbtf i b ' vt-r. you T ve mm- n.Tii.in ilisi-. s - hi
--i.on of !;r li.b'-ril'n reltekn'ile siiecn.s it. ' " 7 Jl:,e 111 wa.rii your life r.nl ii nbli may be
in' t ioi. -:i (.t.-ri-iu nid fXri von.) ! fcl !t iJ aj.olut-ly net-wry Utr yi.u
nijiiitviii ,vnt;ii I'.naphctu ! ei intr.;nte i ' '"'"'Jit o" who hi ex,wrt skill, la p-.x-i1i.ciii.i.'.
f:.o-;- vo-.r i -i: hn hull's be- iaf.c and s it-at lie ee'iipme t in outer to
dealt witrx T.crtKiiT Kin! ei.'nlifSee!:y. Re- ; 1,c" rerc-anut y and sui-eaMfuliy curwl.
cu'.nitier he di'Vft' S bi enrirt. t:,ie nau Tui".t r9i-""r JT'l Cllcrnl fJr"-i.dC r"i-"rif'rf i-'h
Exain--- ty nr. sxy.rt ii to j cat ths Knite or Severs Measures. Corscita
fX' r.'tiraTl'io'.r.!i.ieiiua.ly. anyea r-, n, n ..u:..
!.l o jer. -. treA,--i :t. l.-eferctK?: P XX th j UU.i rstV. Ul.tlMulU, iiiUUSEI L'u.ili.llg,
:xirfi. i-feniiiea ! O'l'iPCM m'il oi ta." ; yi-."7S S'lrlil C(nail
et . L'onuit;iOtt. in ih-,-. m r.r r,v iPiit-r. i ' - " -' wwwu.
'r'.e,' i":"r": 111 '? ft- J '; "'i'1 :o 7- "i8 i Anzsna.
Ks'Js: 13-12-1
ve: ae, Piioanii,
jlTHE RFPUTATI9M OF Dr. KiBBARD
R. liiOBARD
WITK0UT TEC
rrrf)Vt'' rv. run! etw ths rv ic ai i.iet'r dtmn
ii f.s r;i'jtli"l i s.i:'..'. t-.ir ni'l su -f ! ?
I u. fmr t!illTj, anrj mgref i vcic s are
! fu'ly H' 'rifwl'ie(l Dm'i cxpiiTiient;
imaki nom stak"; g"et th btbt trett-
!Tl. i t.jfii.i nrjlinarc id . ui. T- , ... 1 ...!.
V i ... i ' ' ' ' i ''ii 1 I II
! v.c- i ii. uc' i'i trcii i in t ii i ij i uri !ij p'e h ii u ir lit I
C'H II I ,,..:.... oll(, , j . . ....
1 .1 . - . . 11.. . . .1. . - . t . ' ciillll VirniiF-i,n.u ljVH'B, lie.
a- J' ' 5'- utni'i" IV n ill IIHIJ
I tViatiirioskiiii
jy An Elegant Assortment of g
Axrninster Rugs ' 1
IN fa
j Our prices you will find lower than the lowest. Seeing is
j believing at -j g g g g
ijj u
I THE BOSTON STORE I
I UML if 1
M !
COLDSR
STORAGE
MARKET.
S. J. TRIDOLET, Prop.
H I 120 E. Washington St.
Opposite City Hud.
Telephone 61.
n Choice Meats
Dressed Poultry
Delicatessen
Frut, Vecjelables, Produce
Cheese, imported and domestic;
liolianl Iieiria.; Ij.iU Mack
erel: Zulh riikle..-; Olives:
f-au. i kraut; Sna ked Fish; Rar
d' llen. etc. I'verythins: k"pt in
cid.l s-trrago and lirst class.
the i.
ilo m.v iliiiisr t'n.y reft.,-t to li.e knifi
h r inely a tr'"i oiient v-itiioa' 8 verere Rnureii
IJ
Ii
D:5Ui5.
CCNS'JLI'I0 PHVSlCIAM.
Ial'A'.-.t..li,
3UCCti5fUL
.ey..,.. .lumiiruM h niiiy ,,,. . ... .
I hpre ii(.f,. ' .
sprcinlty of aexual phy sloleg'y. Thous
mi:18 of oi'i m Tii . I vi ly . omm men ae broken
down by physical weak- esa Hiid decty.
Sof ll casei, chii be cured. 'J ho ircnernl prttcli-li'-iier,
l:r.v. cv, i tteriy faim lie lai kH con
e ntrntioii of faculties met innnot necoiii
hIikIi what tlio skillill PfeeiHbst (;. u. Blood
poison, with f.ypi ili'ii; i o:niiilon, brinpinw
with it all tht in Ie- rur ti v-) o t nn iiniaan
"Tstetn, en b inred without iniuriou
dl UfC. My iiutlioa in mat of ti:e U-tt kn-
J r"pe-n Krei'laliutN. Aiiirkeil resiiiifc ure een
in k l-wi:aj Th" IiIotI, eniiio I ti.ssuen Hn-1
liHii r! resfred. Krti ptiunx, uloeriuP iih. too.
I r i pily iliipiear ktc! the piiti. nt. o n feels
; !ik anew innn. D-iiyer lo ahead ii
; n -KlertHrien'iflesreeiHl t'e;in, ul. 'J'lie loi'K
i ar yo:i wait the nuoe dnuhtfnl your eae be
I cnuit'S until at lest, jon become physirally
I wrecked O rc?ra K"d external arowt.'iH
rin'.vel v.Ithout th kulf or sovere
rmnnr. 'iVrtimou'nlH at offlre. Home
I trciitmeat ;nv bp lo(! In eorne enses a'lhn.ivh
pi:r-otiBl turorvfew is better. Consultation
fre. All medicines will be int at coiou-jr to
f-e'-ouu
Arizona
Always Grasp an Gppartoniiy
V.'e have prasr""! a.n opportunity evtry
time it hfiH been jiossibl--. 't have
bought nf w, desirajile machinery that hat
been invented to improve laundry wotk.
No othr laundry in the tit:' in so Wfll
'"'pupped. No other !rura! iias seen
the value of many opportunities t) prep
ress. ours for irood work and prompt
dep-vry.
Phoae flHl
Cor. Adarosi ami Third Sts. ' ii
ARIZONA lAUNORV
THE BUCKEYE FLYER IB
Leaves tbf Dulilin Corral. I'hoenix. Mon
day, Wednesday an.). Friday niorniiiKS. !
All trips made by tl1H- desert i-oid. Fas- I
scntri r:i a specialty, liates, one fare tl.nO.
Krelifht entrusted to my cure will have
careful attention and prompt oellvery.
fagle Brand Oysters.
Frssi Fish Ewiy Diy.
! IHuVtAS h. bLIRR!S, IVopr.
mCHOLSOlT
The Tailor
Has the Finest Novelties
in the WEST and made
np into up-to date c'othes !
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OUR USES
raw
UPSTA
You Cel What You Ask For at Bt?cr's
Ij')-- '1
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yr SPECIALTY "X
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VI. ONE Of Ttft BcJT
IKTl-ttWOatO.
.j---. ......... v "en.' i. vuuniiiiaiii
n i . .v, , . a- r t ! .i ! nyene.e, Iliblmr i UniHiirp, i'ioh-iiix. Arizoni
Sexual and L'niiaiy (irEraar? frcirt co-:
1rac'. ducrderR and r-'fr.iir.al Weak
nf.su fh':uM at, n?.pj y-coniT the st
ions ie.niVs of s'irh. cr:r.rl;iintB To
'inc.t we f'UVr i !. !)sr, raor. Fciv-rjt.if.c
Rnri f-'rfnl i-f i r,t Sk. HI BSAFii,
JlibKnid -ii :I;n, C3 S ul; S'cand
Av-i:n', j'o-. ':':', ."7-'-f.. (v.t 5:1
taticu Iico L.um 10-12-1-2-C-7.
PACIFIC COAST SMELTING
and
REESN1NG WORKS
PURCHASERS OF
COPPER, GOLD and SILVER ORES
AND FURNACE PRODUCTS
Crocker Building San Francisco, Ca!.
r.c v rcjilete with the season's
choiceFt nffetlngs of high grade ta
ble ckths, napiiins, doilies, towels,
tray cloth?, lunch cloths, toweling,
etc.
Vi'c have rold linens in Arizona
for ever forty years, ar.d cur linens
lnvo invariaMy proven entirely sat
isfactory. The lesson ii timple wo don't
handle job lots or refunds which
are ir-nde sirnrly tJ re.l, with no
thr.uTTht of continued durability.
We do handle linens that are the
produitiuns of the very bert mak
ers, and a guarantee o; ratirfae t! in
sooa with every bit we sell. Table
ilotl'.s with napkins ta matth u
f p ialty.
SI'ECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
TO OUPEJtrt KUO.M HOTELS
AND HOARDING HOUSES.
in our coat ar.d suit room is a dis
play which will m.ska gld the
heart cf the EtyKrh woman. Dnma
Fashion rei:-ns supremo, and there
is nothing shewn that isn't crisp
md fresh with nei'-ness. We prac
tice cxclusivenerrj here in thi3 de
pat tn.tr.t. which all disci imjnating
wemen will no doubt appreciate.
The "only one of a kind" Ida?.,
will, we hope, meet with ycur ap
proval, especially in tailor-made
suits and jackets, for it's generally
annoying to meet your exact coun
terpart (outwardly) on the street
or elsewhere.
Although we have hundreds of
exquisite garments here, you will
find the prices C3 low (or lower in
some casts) than the thrown to
gether, fall apart kind sometimes
shown to you as "cheap."
If you wish individuality in your
fail and winter garm.?:itc, don't fail
to see the new arrivals we're show
IS
n
BEAUTY'S' BOA
Eoas give a picturesque touch
evtn to commonplace costumes.
They are becoming to th. short
and the tall, the old and the young,
plain and fair, and range in style
ficm a simple ruff of inexpensive
rilk to e-laborate and exquisita
"confections'" that It.would take a
whole column ta describa.
The cape boas in favor this "all
lie flat with an outward spread
across the shoulders.
Their dainty fiufllness is attained
by row placed over row of full
lufT.er; of sheer material, each ruf
ile often being edged by -another
rstrovv one of ribbon of the same
quality put on lengthv jae. This
mal:e.i the plaited flounces stand
out and produces the ripfe which
is F3 desirable in these boas.
rtole ends finish ir.Lis-t of
them. Pome of the ends ore ov?r
a yard widj and have crosswise
bands of trimming upon the ends
which fail loosely down the skirt.
Then there's dczens o other kinds
.which you'll have to see tJ appre
ciate. Only one of each style.
TH E BEST A I WAYS0

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