TII24 AlilZOJSA KJSrUUJLlUAJN: SATUUiai MOUNlKu, KOVEMUEU 15. iiXJS.
. 1111 'llB "''smawaaw tended to all. Strangers cordially wcU I J9mf I
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the Coid Snap?
Have You Bought
Better see our line of Chicago Hot
Blast and "What Cheer Air Circulating
Heaters. They are the best. We also
have cheap Heaters. Chicago Hot
"ilast Heaters sell from J4.50 to $10.00,
What Cheer Heaters from $20.00 to
$22.50; cheap Air-Tight Heaters from
$2.40 to $5.50.
.Standard Process Oil Heaters $7.5.j
Plune & Adwood Oil Heaters $6.50, $7.50
Miller Oil Heaters $3.75, $7.50, $8.50
See our line of Cook Stoves and
Moore's Steel Ranges. Fine bakers,
durable in construction and handsome
Stove Pipe, Stove Boards, Pipe Col
lars, Coal Hods. Willow Wood Boxes.
In fact, everything in - the Stove line
lor tnis country, and the prices are
Mail orders promptly filled.
114 ar.d 18 West Washington St.
Mail orders promptly filled.
H you don't sec, don't beli-sve.
A good sate rule apply it when you
t-oine to us for glasses.
Remember, we make no charge for
advice, and guarantee a perfect fit
spectacles that will not deform your
appearance, but rather improve it.
ma kin? the oLl appear young as' possi
ble and the young r.o older than they
.4 r rival
Our fall stock of rubber goods
is here, and they are the kind
of goods that everybody wants
the kind you always pay for
whether ycu get them or not.
These are high gradi goods,
made exclusively by makers
who have a reputation for turn
ing out reliable .produc ts.
A little difference in quality
makts a very great difference
in durability," so get the best.
Costs you no more than the
Cor. Washington & Center Sts.
THE CLUB STABLES
One block north et Eotel Adams on
North Center Street. Nokbj turnout.
Bale and apedy itftcX.
W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor.
I S. L. FASTLRLING
UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER B
44-4G E. Adams St.
Tel. 23! A Latfy Alterant 1
-i5 ARIZONA5 !rt if
Local Daily Weather Report for The
Forecast for today Fair.
Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday:
Tfinpentttrn Dtiyr',orc nre
tiVI, til. ,
" lit of 21 iuOi run. 1, .i2
5 -58 44 4 4.-0
Maximum temperature, 70; minimum
Average - relative humidity, 60 per
Total precipitation. 0.
Character of the day Clear.
M. E. BLYSTONE,
THE EASTERN STAR The grand
chapter of the Order of thp Ris(rti
Star held its closing sasFijn yesterday
installing the r.ewly elected ofliceis and
finishing up the business for the year.
FIFTH AVENUE CHRISTIAN
CHURCH Pleaching Sunday morning
at 11 and evening at i:30 by the pastor.
Rev. W. II. Ragby. Morning subject,
"The House Keautiful;" evening,
THE COUNTRY CLUB The Coun
try club will hold its usual Saturday
afternoon informal gatheiing today at
which some of the ladies will serve
refreshments. There will also be a
meeting of the board of directors at
the club house at 2 o'clock.
BAPTIST CHURCH Services, at
O'Neill Hall, First avenue and Adams
street, opposite postofHcc, Lewis llal
sey, D. P., pastor. Public worship 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Bible school, 9:43
a. m. 15. Y. I. U. G:C0 p. m. Preaching
by the paster. ' Special music morning
and evening. A cordial welcome to
FREE METHOPIST CHURCH The
revival at the Frea Methodist church
continues with increasing interest and
power. Services on Sabbath as fol
lows: Preaching at 11 a. m. by Bishop
Hart. The bishop will preach again
at 7:30 p. m. Preaching tonight at
7:30. A ccrdial welcome is extended
DEATH OF APR AM SAYLOR Mr.
jAbram Saylor, well kr.cwn in Phoenix,
! died at his home in Steversvi'.ie On
tario Canada, on the i'th uit. .aft-.-r a
b:ief ilir.es. Mr. Sayir had been in
feeble health for several ye?rs. Ho
was a member of th? Baptist church
in this city. His wife ar.d two chil
dren survive him .ari will rrW.'n in
BASKET BALL GAME The basket
ball teams of -the Indian pence! and
the high school met at the grounds of
the former. yesterd::y afternoon. It
was net a match game but foretells
cr.e. The girls are quite enthusiastic
and basket ball may jvt attract con
siderable attention in the local school.-.
The high school girls won yesterday's
game with a score of IS to 9.
NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of
the following corporations were filed
in the office of the county recorder
yesterday: r:aia Str.ndp.r3 Mir.Jn . i
I Milling company, capital stock $1,000.
! C00, incorporators J. c. Nial, W. s.
j Re:: and C. E. Striker; Mexican Ex
I Ploration and Development comp-.ny.
I 'iptrt! stock ?25.00t.CfO. incorporators
R. L. Spencer, C. H. Akers and H. R.
jTritle; Great Divide Gold company',
j capital stock $1,000,000. i corporators
! E- F- Adam?. G. O. Rogers and B.
MAY VISIT ARIZONA At the Oc
tober meeting of the executive bond of
the American Baptist Homo MSsrtn
society. Rev. Dr. Henry L. Morehouse
was elected corresponding secretary
and Rev. Dr. E. E. Chivers field secre
tary. The sccuty is to be congratu
lated. Rev. Dr. Chivers is an old
friend of Rev. Dr. Halscy, of this city
and, carrying out a desire, often ex
pressed wr.sn he was general seeretarv
of the B. Y. P. U. will prob-.bly visit
CENTRAL M. E. CHURCH SOUTH
R. A. Rowland, pastor. Services at
Padgett Hal on Sunday as follows:
0:4j a. m. Sabbath school. Dr. H. A.
Hughes, superintendent. Preaching at
H a. m. and 7: CO p. m. by Rev. J. F.
G. Fir. ley. presiding elder. Ju rn'or
League at 3 p. m. Epworth League at
6:30. Subject. "For "Me." Leader.
Miss Markie Ilubbs. A cordial invi
tation to attend these services is ex-
THE II. H. McNEXLL
is getting off the car to see the
fine Purse?, Wrist Bags, Leather
and Bead Chatelaines, Card
Cases, etc., just received at
ftlE PHOENIX STATIONERY
:& NEWS CO. .
. 2971. 0 and 12 W. Wash. St.
A BIG SALE. It is said that th-
Norton sals west of town is the largest
sale ever held in the valley. The suit
went down before the household goods
and blacksmiths' tools were sold. The
sale will be continued on Monday.
A BROKEN RAIL. There was
curiously broken rail on the Santa Fe
track at the Second avenue crossing
last night. The rail was not broken ir
two, but a large curved section, eight
een inches long and as deep as the
flange, came out of it. The rail was
replaced with little delay.
PIMA SUPERVISORS. Andreas
Rebeil and Ed Vail, supervisors nf
Pima county, were in the city yester
day. Mr. Rebeil is the hold-over mem
ber and Mr. Vail has been re-elected.
The former is a wholesale liquor dealer
of Tucson and Mr. Vail is a well-known
stockman, a brother of Walter Vaii.
PROBATE COURT. The estate of
Guadalupe Imperial was before the pro
bate court yesterday. Jesus Leon of
Tempe has been appointed adminis
trator, but he has so far been unable
to furnish the bond. The annual ac
count of the administrator of the estate
of Jared Woodbridge was approved, as
was the annual account of the guardian
of Emma Florence Walker, a minor.
ON MINING BUSINESS C.enrtr..
McFail left last night for Chicago,
where he will remain for several
months on mining business, with head
quarters and offices at the Sherman
house. He will represent several prop
erties in the territory, among them hi-i
own, the Copper Cliff group in the
Tonto basin country, which he discov
ered last summer. He has offers from '
three mining companies of permanent;
employment and may accept one ci
CRITTENTON HOME The annual
donation of the Florence Crittentcn
Home is to be held Thursday, Nov. 0
at the Home. Money, provisions or
such articles as will be useful at tha
Heme will be gladly received. The
lady managers on that day will havt
their annual reception at the Home.
Refreshments will be served. All
those interested or who care to lor'.:
into the work will be corc'iullv u-pi.
corned and much pleasure will ba taken
in showing the Home and exobiinin--
its work. Reception hours 2 p. in
to 6 p. m.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH Corner of Second avenue
and Mcnroe street. Rev. C. V. Cowan,
pastor. Services tomorrow as follows:
Sunday school at 0:43 a. m. Pnachm?
at 11 a. m. Theme: "The Hre-!,! ,'
Life." Junior LeaPU9 at fi:.0'! n m
Subject: "Present Oonortunit ia for
Methodist Missions." Leader, the pas
ter. At the legular ove::in:r serviro
the pastor will address mothers, .wives
and caughters on "Some Propoitie?, of
True Womanhood. " New talent and
increasing interest is rrr?:if:t :.i t;--
larpre chorus choir orh -...v
JUVENILE GOOSE EXCHANGE-
The Goose Exchange heid in the oar-
lois of the Fifth Avenue f h.kti:.n
church on Tuesday evening last excit
ed considerable curiosity and interest
on the part of the chi'drt-n -,r..i iv,.
ladies have Tie'del to numerous re
quests to repeat it for the benefit of
the youngsters. .The exchange will be
c;ien t xlav from " rwl.wir c: ' .....i
the children will l'vo n, ..i .o ,...
- - ..... jr.. IITUI t 11 .
cing old Mother Goose swallow coo
pers f.s well as nickels. Tnn J.entii
will make her smile and entitlp -.h
doner to a piece of cake.
FOUR MILES FINISHED Four
miles of steel have now been laid on
th? Phoenix and Eastern railroad an i
it will be but a few days till the traelc
laing fore? is up with the rir'M
which will be practically on the b.mk'5
of bait river. The grad?rs v. ill con
tinue their .wcrk on the other side of
the river so that as soon as the bridg?
is constructed trackiaying will p:o-
ceed rapidly. It is estimate, 1 that it
will Uk? forty days to bi::!d the bridg?
which will be a temporary structure
erected on piles, and the company con
fidently announces that the trains will
be running into Mesa early in Jan
The most lovable'girl is the old-fa'h-ioned
Any one suffering from defective eye
sight would do well by consulting the
re'.ebrtted eye specialist. Dr. I. I.
Price,-who will be at the Adams hotel
from the loth to the 20nd of November.
Good tamales. any number, for par
tics or families or served 17 S. 1st Ave.
Ft Rent. Two elegant ffice rooms
in 2d stcry Nicholson building. Appiy
to Nicholson, the tailor, or to N. A.
Mcrfcrd, room 6, same building.
Until further notice train No. 1, M.
& P. R. R., will leave Phoenix one-half
hour ahead of schedule time, to-wit, at
6:00 p. m. city time.
The above cut shows the
most popular collar on
the market today.
Price 25c. The
same style in
the Arrow Brand
is sold for'
15c, 2 for
McDougafl & Cassou
32 W. Washington St.
Only a very
custom - teUor
!thi coat to
ma'te it fit es
well as the
$15 TO $25
Weirick & Latham
44 N. Center St.
Strargers in the city will find listed
in ( nr Keni.ing Department every de
sirable furnislied and nnfumished
houss for rent in Photnix.
FOR SALE. FINEST IMPROVED 5
ACRE RANCH in the valley. Six
room house, barn and outbuild
ings. All kinds of fruit trees i:i full
FOR SALE. FINE ALFALFA
RANCH, 1G0 acres, fenced and cross
fenced, water in Maricopa canal, 3
miles of cty.
FOR SALE. "0-ACItE WELL IM
PROVED RANCH ; new barn, good
house and outbuildings, water in
THESE ARE BARGAINS, AND WE
HAVE OTHERS. CALL AND IN
VESTIGATE. O c 0
VJ. ,J i
Are as essential as diagnosis in case
jf sickness your physician mu.-t know
his profession, so must the druggist
his. Vv'e fill prescriptions promptly,
properly, of pure ingredients, at net
exorbitant prices, and bespeak your
patronage If we have it not now. Shall
we be so favored? Every toilet access
Our mail order department is con
stantly increasing. Send us your or
ders. Phone 1C11.
L. 0. McCU RE, Ph. G. PROPRIETOR.
lj N th 1t A vp.. Phneni Ariz.
Now is the time
To make your Xmas fruit cake. We
have just received a fresh lot of nuts
pkg. see led raisins (Eagle
pkg cu;-!;inls ITic
Thompson's seedless raisins. ..1.1c
c it i on
. Ih'-Tiish walnuts
. . . ..oo
. . . :;r,c
. . .-5c
. . .L'Oc
. now prunes
. new codfish
Patford's Gash Store
29 South First Avenue.
FOR SALE. 80 ccies of the best land
under the Ruckeye canal, with forty
inches of water.
High class mining stocks a specialty.
Write or call for information.
Dargains in real estate 1, 2 or 3 f.ne
lots on N. Center street very cheap;
5 acre and 12 acre lots, close in, both
good bargains; 30 acre crange grove,
at a great sacrifice. Also several
ranches for rent.
A. 11 Kinds of
City and Ranch
E. A. Spaulding
A NEW LINE OF
Tor Picture Framing
and Mats to Match, just re
JN1 B. STETS3MC"
Plank the Iljtttr. You'il find we have
all the latest "nobby" styles in fall
hats. The newest things in ties. The
best values in light weight and heavy
105-108 W. Washington St.
Our Sperlidt v,
1'. O. Box 605
MITANI VEGETABLE CO.
Cor. 4th and
E. Washington St. PirOeniX, AfiZORa .
...AT A SACRIFICE
We are clos.iug out a lt of Ladies' fleece Lined Underwear at 75c c Suit.
This is the greatest value for the money ever offered iu Phoenix. Also a lot of
nil wodI ladies' underwear which formerly sold at $2.50 per suit, at $1.50 per suit.
These goods are not equalled at the price anywhere. Come early. These goods
will not last.
STEIN'S SUIT. AND CLOAK HOUSE---
MILLENARY. seconp and washikoton sts. - TAILORING.
Tiis Is tKe tSigra.
cf the Walll-over Slioe. It i lauds
for best quality stock; brainy urkinau
ship and latest fashion in footwear.
We have a style to fit your fa t, at a price
to fit your pocket
$3.50. arid 34.00
H. A'DiEKL mi CO.
Ve Are the fxtlusrve Agents in This Vicinity
We can supply yon witH
and' COOK STOVES.
Protect j-ourself from cold by wearing a Chest Protector. We have a full
line from. ,r,0 cents up. And do not forget that our prescription cVp utrn-nt is
in charge cf competent men and the best cf chemicals and dru.s ore used.
Rring your prescriptions to us and a e will see that they are put up right.
THE BR IS LEY DRUG CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
One, two or three disc plows. Call and
plow on the market.
South First Street, o
FTRLSH S4LIV30M & BASS a
I OYSTERS OYSTERS OYSTERS M
HOW ABOUT YOUR
C. A. LARSON.
We Set TKe Pace
in repairing bicycles others are com
pelled to follow. No muter what's
wrong with your wheel, we'll give it
cur attention skillful, txpt.ricr.ccil at
tention and we'!! not drive ycu into
bankruptcy with our charges. Given
an opportunity, we will prove this as
sertion. Agents for the celebrated Tribune
bicycle. Vim cactus t'.res.
E. M. DEPEVV aCO.
37 II First Ava., Taishona 1595.
lok over tl.cr.i. The h st ail amunJ
pposite Fire ?:ation.
' W"e have C fine saddle maker, CTpert
carriage trimmer and harness m-.tkrn
I employed. Prompt attention paid to
I N. PORTER
142 East Washington
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