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THE ARTZOTTA RKPUBLICAIT: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1903.
i.o the fiedd anil ho expects tilt' 11)1 lllljiMVl.il) 1 1 1 til fi.Ollll. o to )! ir.: M BUY I TAT T 1 PAY 3 1 Gok Strictly high-grade guns for rent. High- grade, medium-grade and cheap grade guns for sale. Fresh Selby factor' loaded shells. Our own hand loaded shells. Gun Repairing. e andru WATER LITIGATION Recorder Jobs Takes a Hand in Irii-; gation Disputes. iH NOW PINNE.Y (SL ROBINSON The Gun Store Guns, Bicycles, Cameras KTboe iin87 Typewriters, Sporting Goods 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. They Are Com ng in Bunches The fresh and Bright from Golden State Orchards. Large Glossy Santa Clara rrunes. Evaporated Yellow Free Peaches. Evaporated (iuWtn Pitted Plums. Evaporated l'.ell Flower Apples. Evaporated Moorpark Apricots. Evaporated lil.uk and White Figs and Raisins. New Evaporated Raspberries, Im ported Currants and Citron, all extra selected. Largo Las Nietos Walnut?. Kr.nsas Rice lop- 'urn. The largest assortment, the best goods, the freshest slo- k at the lowest prices in LVied Fruit always found here. For Ours are the prices that make 'em dizzy. And erowd the store that's always busy. THE FARMERS TRUST Agent of the San Joaquin Association in the City. AND HAIR TONIC GROWS NEW HAIR, Cures Dandruff, scalp eruptions, Don't accept imitations, they may permanently injure. COKE CREAM FOAM FOR EASY SHAVING. A damp brush is all you need for an " instantaneous, lasting lather, Keats any soap so handy too. 'olluiMilli tulHwi, ant Utvtit?, clean. If jour bar her or .irum;it lisn't k i'vke CrBiuu Vaunt , tMMiti iiSo for f u 1 1 hizh tult to A. K. iiruuittr Co., Chicago. FOR PALE BY ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. I Verily, verily, more and more. It pays to trade at MeKee's (..'ash Store. McKee's Cash Store ,'LH r Iw-r A Quick Breakfast Is always possible when the cook has gas at her fingers' ends. A match, a light eggs la three minutes, chops or fteaks in 10, and there you are. No Fmoke, no smell, nn ash. Eetter use gas, don't you think? others do; why r.ot you? Want" to know more about gas? We'll tell you gladly. Phoenix Light and Fuel Co. Cor. 1st. Ave. and Jefferson St. Tel. 2401. J. E. Melo; he of Stockton. Cal.. rep resenting the San Joaquin Producers Association was in town yesterday. A good deal has been hoard of this asso- iation on the coast. It is In opposi tion to the commission men of Wan Francisco and was fjrmed for the pro tection of the farmers and produce! s of the San Joaquin valley. It has been 1 tailed the farmers trust b; the ccan-iniss-ion men, but Mr. Meloehe says that appellation is wrong if it is meant that there is any intention of the fun;. era to control the product of the valley, though they want to control the mar keting of it, and in that they are suc ceeding. The association has no representa tives any where f;r the representative cr the middleman is erne of the ele ments th.-y want to eliminate from commercial transaction. s They have though to have somebody to look after ' ol'.ee tiers for them and for thi-; pur pose and fur the transaction of busi ness which they cannct attind to themselves, they have selected W. H. 'instable. That arrangement was made yer u rilay. Mr. ?.Ieleehe says the association will not only be able to sell a little cheaper than the commis sion men, but it will be able to supply a better clas of products. Every bag cr box of produce will be guaranteed by the association and will bear tho mark of the prod u or. so. that in ase cf a defee t the association, will know whit particular member will have to ir.ak it good. At this season of the year the asso ciation is chiefly engaged in the dis tribution of potatoes, onions and b":ins. It h-is about two-thirds of th stock . ,.11 . 1 T . 1 ii an inree. ji nas possession or a million bushels of potatoes, while the (ommission men control about .ViG.miO bushels. The commission men are keeping themselves posted regarding the movements of Mr. Meloehe. Soon after his arrival in to.vn yesterday morning , local merchants begn re ceiving telegrams from San Franiseo offering them potatoes at 40c a hundred. The price has been ."He. The cut was Tiit t by Mr. Meloehe, who said that the association would not be undersold by the commission men at any price. Mr. Meloehe left last night for Texas to see if he could arrange freight rates ior points in that Ftate. The associa tion had been given a rate of "c but at the request or the threat of the Denver e& Rio Grande, the Chicago.. Milwaukee & St. Paul and other roads of the pctato growing regions of the north it had been put back to the f irmer rate of T."c. Mr. Meloehe will meet freight agents o the Southern Pacific and Santa I'e at Galveston th" latter part of this week, l'oth of those funds are willing to make the reduction it they can come t . trins with two northern roads. After that matter has been dispose J of Mr. Meloehe says tile association v. ill try to get a b"tte: rate for this territory. IT GOES RleJIIT TO THE SPOT.' When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body, the application of Eallard's Snew Liniment will give prompt relief. "It goes right to the spot," said an old man who was rub bing it in to cure his rheumatism. C. It. Smith, proprietor Smith house. Ten aha. Texas, writes: "I have used llal lard's now Liniment in my family for several years, and have found it to be a fine remedy for all aches and pains, and I recommend it for pnins in the throat and chest." 2."c, 0c and $1 at Elvey & Hulett's. druggists. I There is no sort of litigation that j the city recorder's court wil not itaekle if the play comes right. It is not equipped with juries and other ion jeoinitants of, a highly digi.ilied trib t.nal but on the other hand th-- re ' carder's .court will liineh from no duty owever embarrassing it may appear one who does not understand th i courage begotten of a strong and n i minded purpose. , Hitherto it has been generally con ceded licit water litigation had to be j conducted in the distric t court, or at ! 1 ast before a justice of the peace, but 1 v. t, rlM e P ef.T'it..r .Trriw PVif IiIq entrle eye on a couple n water cases and j made a good record. He tried one and l.iisc harged the defendant and will try j : t he other today. Ji ; Si m. time ago the c ity water com- j ,'r any had In i n turning it- waste waft r ' I from it" ;eeb .using in.n bile ry at tin' j v. a t rv. et 1-plant out onto the biijli- ;C ; way in a rnaiuier that siinn't ioa e 1 E5 1! ".'i 1 the stie. t. The citv ol'ervi '.g this ioi..!ru'ted a ditch to acc-.mm.o-! date the air and prevent the? sire t W i di'.-.dii'g. :: se.niia;,- that in that -even . M i t lj - water would belong to the c ity. H. j jVi.ndt sujieo-diig the wate r helm ge.l IJ te the wi'tT 'Company secured from i: M j tl-.r- piivilige of ucing the iv.it";-. ( -. K i Sunday bis sr.n Frank, a boy aliout H ! years old broke tie1 htsidgate in the f'j city ditch so he could turn in the water j j tb i on'o from the v oter works. Y. - I t'-rday K. Viault was arrested for us- j ; :t:g wate- he had nut bought from ihe if c ity and Ids son was arr. sted for lleeakirg a heidgat.1 belonging to the , If , city. The city's title to the wait r was I jj 'o doubtful the recordi-r ould not hold j jjjj ; I". Viault. and he will inve-titrate the S i cii i i:iv.ftanc.:: of ihe gate breaking this Ifi ' .. fterne on. , fa n I V V rl-R- 1 LATER i ' ' ' '''- 'Hot- 1 ' , i ' - i . u . ' 'J Choice. Selections m Wall ipers.) 1 N The Largest ' Paper in the f Wall lock o: Gtithwest FAKE HAIR PREPARATIONS. Do Hair No Good. Hut Often Caus to Fall Out. It ;3j All Styles, nil Prices and rill Color . At the price Wall Paper is selling toilay pj ;g no one need live in a "dingy"' room. Speak to ns about it and we will tell you about S " R Wliat t IP . Ytirtitp will hr ti THE NEW GRAND MASTER Mr. St Claire Speaks cf the Prcgrects of the A. 0 U. W. Grand .fpvt" II. R. Si. Ct.uv of the A. . V. . for tile jU' isdicti m jf New Mexico and Ari;:u;;;: returned t tile city t st- rday m :r;.io fee th fi -' time since his election at 'the annual leeetilig of tl: gland lodge of Hi.- unbo lt PrefooU. Si, ne then l e has visit 1 many lodges of th-' j jrisdietion and h:is f iiind theip h'.i in ( xi:l-iit shap-. Th" ire, ting at Preseoit h" says was tl-.e great st ever held within this juris- r.-o n. ! c to any of its pre ie.P'o.'-fe of t bo.'y i)i p":cn of any .rdcr might well b.' proa 1 Many hair preparations are "fake" because they are merely scalp irritants. They often cause a drvness. miking th -hair brittle, and, finally, lifeless. Dan druff is the cause of all trouble with hair. It is a germ disease-. The germ makes cuticle scales as it digs to thi rd t of the hiir. whTS it destroys th" hair's vitalitv. causing the hair'to f dl cut. To cure Dandruff, th" germ r.iu -t be killed. "Destroy the cause, you lv Tni.ve the effect." New'oro's H rpieide is the only hair pr. paration that kills the d mdruff germ, thereby leaving the hair to grow luxuriantly. ii- inr-maii- bit :;d is f. many a crusty ti"r.jeer. 13 ton. it c le t - nor was c v. he m Theiv wa work for the good ,,f the ord '! c! ;"s not always charac terize th irgs of grand lodge bol'es. i nioitant i hand 's were made e onstitnt -on .and by-laws of th The meeting was pre-dd",! o v. a orf -11- lr unanimity ol reeling ane whi-'h mei t evc ral - the- lodge. -: bv Fast Suritt-me Master Har.v!cH ,f N v York, who is not or.iy one r.f the most v.i corr.plisht 1 parliamentariaf s in t'ne cn:ir.tiy. tiut is perhaps more familiar with the laws of th" A. O. V. V. than any ether man. His manne r of hand ling the meeting was a revelation t many of the delegates. The election c." Mr. St. Claire r.-. gr-md master was a'-cmplished by a unanimous vote. There hail lven cdher ca-idid.-.tes but m the a nnouncemer.t of the name of Mr. St. iaire they all with lr-w. Th Fame unanimity prevailed in all the de liberations of the grand lodge. As has been slai'-d the n.-xt biennial rr(ting ..f the lodge will be held at Taci n. The membe rship of the order in this juris diction is now mote- titan Z.r.lM. Organizer iier.ry Gal- .; is now Stationery lie light at our store is :.!- ways .M I', and always give-; to a , satisfac limi because it is B H THE LATEST in color and I 3 t"XtUI e. Call in and see what beautiful lire- w- hav-- box and up. ELVEY & HULETT The Live Truggists 5 and 7 East Washington St. 1 Now Is th g ... I Ko Trouble -yyj,j b u ra fce?. m H : K K G NEIH rrt K 1 1011111 1 jji'l Goods. I g a s - - - fa S "Fd" Rutb-r's offi'nse may have b '.ei puj" ",-o:i vc nt ic.-nai" one-, but he ;'pp-ais 1 ! : t-'i I" apprehensive lest th' juiy may fi a : tiro! a conve-ntioiial penalty fir it. i To satisfy nuitgage. f J house and three bits in Collins' Addi . Haitian, near Phca-nix Park. Address T. JSi Rernard Pos.. W. West Monro. . x- n 2 l i rt foreign ptano ttme-r. Tur.e? twn B j ( al ly for i.'.f'O. a Hi FANCY r-rr-iDI R H j Eaffea and reeds for Indian baskets; B g'Stimi'itig for burnt woe a a specialty. B Bj.Mrs. W. W. Hill. .". South Second street. p R You get good wo tit at right prii c:; 0 M from Fi '..-kings The Tailor. Your old H H colt cleaned and t . ( :-.- I likf' new. 17 jj g West Aelems street. e Time to P 11 LI llitlPis yr 111 aper Wholes&le and IV.etail Houiie Furnishers. 22 to 28, West Washington Street Mail Orders Given Prompt U?g SixtK Avenue Hotel Only Home-Like Hotel in Phoenix Everything New, Xeat and Clean Elegantly Furnished Sunny Rooms Table Uusurpassed ' II. M. CHAPMAN, Prop. Aylwin's hair dressing parlor, C nter. Cotton Mock, upstairs. , You Phoenix Facto-. v for trunks. S. L. Ea-terlir.g has opened new un dertaking parlors at 4 1-40 E. Adams, corner First. Tel. Is! A TT E NT K)N Vi IT E R S ! Veto for William Ne -!Wl, the socialist c andidate for delegate to congress, who favors giving ali wo: k.-rs ihe full jiro dutt of their toil. The roc ialists of Phoenix by J. D. Martin. Must vStop for a cool room and quiet night's reslat TSie Williams Mouse, Maricopa, Arizona. COTTAGE HOTEL. American European PHans. Crf? J 1 Is offered this week at the New York Store in Shirt Waists, Dressing Sacques, Kimonas, and Night Gowns. mm TV-' CCPYBI;iT GOOD DRUGS Are as essential as diagnosis in ease of sickness your physician must know i li is profession, so must the druggist bis. We till prescriptions promptly, 1 properly, of pure ingredients, at net ' exorbitant prices, and bespeak your i patronage if we have it not now. Shall ; we be so favored? Every toilet access- j ory. j Our mail order department Is con- I stantly increasing. Send us your or- I ders. Phone 1211. McClure's Pharmacy L. D. MtCURF, Ph. G. PROPRIETOR. t3 N::-th 1st Ave., Phoenix Ariz. Sliirt Waists 7- Dressing Saccues and I"! In French Flannel. Silks in Taffetas and Soft Etamines and Sateens, at pi lees ranging from 'ygne, 50c to $5 (SL $6 We have placed on tables three lines of assorted Waists First Table worth Iifif to ?l.:r., al! at r.Oe each Second Table worth $1.. to $1.7r,. all at :(io each Third Table worth SL'.OO to $3.00, all at Jl.r.O eacn Space will not peimit us to ciiiotc other prices. Call iiad see them. i ilimonas Never before has there be'ea suel; a colhc lii n of these goa ls in Phoenix. You must see- them to : oipi-t e in t e their style, variety and beauty. They are marked at prices to suit every purse. (Me and up to $:i.00 each. Special pi'ced lines are at OOc, 75c, 90c eacn. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS AND JACKETS, CAPES. ETC. We may safely say that we have the largest and most varied slock of these poods in Arizona. It is easy for you to select a gonr.e nt to please yeoi out of the beautiful assf rtment we carry. Amemg the latest in Ladies Coats' is the popular Monte Carlo. Just th' right thins for this cli matt not too heavy nor too light mad.: in the right style, broad shoulder, full sleeves, fancy stitch ing and fire full satin lined. Our Children's Department is com I tf. Many new lines in Rreftrs, Pox Coats, etc. Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits and Skirts All the season's favorite designs, many not found elsewhere, oriced I wondej fully low. You'll agree with us that in all your shopping I experience never have such values been ottered at ihe beginning of the season. A personal inspection will, of course, more fully ac quaint you with the beauties and values of our olferings.