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PLENTY OF DUCKS' AND QUAIL NOW Don't forget that we have tine hammeiltss and repeating photguns for pale and rent. kE5fcSa- FRESH SELBY FACTORY LOADED SHELLS, smokeless and black pow der, in all gauges and sizes of shot. Also that we make a specialty of hand loading shells to your order, giving you exactly what you want; and that we are prepared to do gun repairing promptly and to your satisfaction. PINNEY & ROBINSON The Gun Store - ' - Typewriters, Sporting Goods Cuns, Bicycles, Cameras "lH.?7iim 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. Z5e Sixth Avenue Hotel Only Home-Like Hotel in Phoenix . Everything New, Neat and Clean Elegantly Furnished Sunny Rooms ' Table Uusurpassed H. M. CHAPMAN, Prop. Startling . ....News ACROBATIC HOSE WAGON It Tamed Flip Flops on the Way to Last Night's Fire. In the dried fruit business, selling too cheap. Fresh from California's most fragrant orchards, the finest line of evaporated fruits ever received In Phoenix, at prices that are the attrac tions of the city. V?&?i&s?S &&&&&&&&&& I 5- eg- INSIST On having your prescriptions .filled at McCLURE'S PHARMACY. WHY? Because Mr. McClure thoroughly understands his business and is the only graduate of pharmacy in the drug business in Phoenix. He graduated from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy in the class of 1890 and has had fifteen years' practical experience. His assistant, Mr. MeElvee, is also a graduate of the Ada Col lege of Pharmacy and is a thoroughly competent man. Your prescriptions are perfectly safe in our hands and you get exactly what your doctor prescribes. Compare our prices with the prices of others and you will find that we do not put on the fancy price. We are satisfied with a legitimate profit. . We feel that we are Justly entitled to your, prescription business. INSIST On having them filled at McClure's Pharmacy. Opposite Postcffice. Phoenlzi Arizona. Thone 1211. 2 3 WILLIAM EVANS, SANITARY PLUMBER. : Tin and Galvanized Iron Work. Stoves Repaired and Set Up. 19 West Adams St. Evaporated extra fancy Morpark apricots, per lb . 12o Evaporated fancy Morpark apri cots, per lb ...10c Evaporated extra fancy yellow peaches , Evaporated fancy yellow peaches... 10c Evaporated extra fancy lemon cling peel d peaches 25c Evaporated extra fancy red nec tarines 15c Evaporated extra fancy peelel ap ples 12 Vic Evaporated extra fancy P-artlett pears 12Ve Evaporated fancy Bartlett pears.. .".10c Evaporated extra silver prunes. .I2V3C Evaporated extra fancy black figs. .10c Evaporated extra fancy white figs.l2M:0 Evaporated extra , fancy Santa Clara prunes 10c Evaporated fancy Santa Clara prunes 614c. Evaporated Santa Clara, prunes 5c New imported currants, in bulk, very fine 12Vic New seeded Blue Ribbon raisins.. 12Vc New London layer table raisins.. 12,,ic Extra fancy New York raspberries. 40c Extra fancy New York blackber ries .25c Extra fancy New York Baldwin apples lTV&c We have on hand and on the road 20,0iM) pounds of the choicest fruits that money rati buy, and the lowest prices possible to make will be made, as we intend to take and keep the lead in dried fruits. Come and sample them, for verily, verily, more and more it pays to trade at McKee's Cash Store. McKee's Cash Store COTTAGE HOTEL. American European Plans. You Must Stop for a cool room and quiet night's restat The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. An alarm of fire was turned In last night Just after dark, occasionad by a burning chimney in the first house on the east side of Fifth avenue, north of Van Huren. No damage was done by the fire. Tiie house was built by one of the Chapman brothers a few years ago, and new tenants were just moving in. ' But the Interesting features of the fire Incident were all pertaining to the run made by the department, which got under way in remarkably quick time. The hose wagon, driven by Wm. Holler, went straight west on Jefferson street to Fifth avenue. Here an at tempt was made to turn north, but-the hose wagon rolled over on Its side and refused to go further. The driver left his perch uncere moniously, and the horses were quickly stopped. Frank Woods and another fireman who were riding on the hose wagon, were thrown some distance and rolled In the dust. Woods, who is a blacksmith, was skinned up a little, but not seriously hurt. The other man was uninjured. , . The hose wagon was jammed up a little,. both axles sprung, and one of the hand chemicals put out of business, while the hose was spilled in the street. It is estimated that the damage will amount to fifty dollars. The engine and truck ran north on First avenue and west on Monroe, making a spectacular sprint. . Five hundred men and boys naturally ran to the fire either on foot or on wheels, and as usual In this village most of them took the middle of the same streets the apparatus was following. For some unaccountable reason the men and boys of Phoenix have not yet learned that the streets of the city are parallel and the blocks square, and that there are other ways of going to fires than by trying to crowd the apparatus out of the way. Pome fine day there will be a headline in The Republican reading. "Mangled by the Hook and Ladder Truck," and the next day there will be a funeral and a lot of harrow ing details, followed by the jailing of a driver for doing his duty. o If you are tirubled with Impure blood, indicated by sores, pimples, headache, etc., we would recommend Acker's Blood Elixir, which . we sell under a positive guarantee. It will al ways cure scrofulous or syphilitic poi sons and all blood diseases. 50 cts. and $1.00. T. F Hudson pharmacy. wm (pa 0 Is Nearly Here. CONCERNING BIRDS' EGGS. Of British birds the guillemot lays the largest egg in proportion to its size and the cuckoo the smallest. The guil lemot is about the size of the raven, but its egg is nearly five inches in length. Dr. B. I. Price, the celebrated eye specialist, of Denver, Colo., will be' at the Adams Hotel Tor one week, f-from the 15th to the 22nd of November. Op.n for busine, the Eagle barber shor. Grigsby. Eiliott &" Wiggins. How is your table linen ? Do you need new table cloths, napkins, etc. We have a fine selection of Single, Cloths With Napkins lo Match. Also goods by the yard and napkins to match. Our Prices are Right. The Alkire: Go 9 . and 11 East Washington Street Telephone 2741 PHOENIX, ARIZONA 3 WAR M WINTE Donning of Warmer Garments is now almost an immediate necessity. We have all that the most fastidious could ask for, to fit all forms and purses. Men's Suits and Overcoats Youths' and Boys' Clothing Ladies' Suits, Skirts and Coats Don't Miss This Wonderful Sale Of ladies' suits, skirts, coats, dressing saccjues and kimonas. It's a money saving sale to you. Ladies tailor- " made homespun suits nicely trimmed and well made, sold for $10; special JJ J J Ladies' tailor made suits, all wool, broadcloths and serges; made in the latest style; sold regular at $12.50 to V I II fl $15.00. Sale price JJ U if U Si? Of Ladies Extra fine tailor made suits; basket cloths and cheviots, silk lined, worth $17.50 to $20.00 '. km m J J 1 ft Q Choice of our finest grade ladies; tal lot made sufts. Regular price $25.00 to $30 JJ I XJmU J Special bargains in dress and walking suits. .MS3tSSRrJ r' " At astonishingly low figures. Our stock of men's and boys' clothing, though moving fast. Is still too' large for the space we have at our disposal. We'll cut the prices. You reap the benefit. See what heNew York Store can save you on a suit or overcoat. fllanfr 'Si " .We offer you the largest stock in the city. Better styles and lower prices than you can get elsewhere. Specials For This Week Men's Regular $ 7.00 and $7.50 Suits, Special, $ 4.25 8.00 " 9.00 " " 4.75 " " 10.00 " 12.00 " . 7.25 " " 15.00 " ." 9.25 " " 1G.00 . " 17.50 " " 12.00 " " ' 20.00 " 22.50 " " 16.00 We have a complete line of Misses' and Children's' Cloaks arid Reefers All styles, all sizes different pi ices. WwlTcr rpecial bargains this wesk. LADIES WAISTS. Silks and flannels-;, the ; very newest importations from the eastern markets, at wonderfully .reduced prices. All this week. LADIES DRESSING JACKETS AKJi'KIMQtNAS.rWe have the largest, best assorted and cheapest line ever laid out in the city. See them. Blankets arid Comforters For the Cold. Nights. Our second floor is loaded with these necessary arti cles. A big variety of qualities and colors. A good cotton blanket at 50c per pair. Prices range up to $20.00 a .pair for the best all wool. Comforters at from 75c each to $5.00 each. MILLINERY t We are receiving daily new novelties In hats. In addition to our large stock, imported this season. If you have tried elsewhere and cannot get suited you will surely get what you want here. -. t : - OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT Is run on scientific principles; no .mistakes; no waiting. All orders receive prompt attention: Our finest grade clothing, as good as ordered goods. Regular price is 425.00 to $30.00. Sale price, $19.50. :,. $19.50 Boys' Specials Boys' $2.00 suits. Sale price r.oys' $2.50 suits, sale price Hoys' $3.00 suits. Sale-price Choice of our $3.50, $1.00 and $4.50 suits. .i $1.45 . .1.90. .. .r....$2.25 $2.85 Remember that we give with every boy's suit of $2.00 or higher, ONE GOLF CAP FREE. While buying clothing, your thoughts naturally turn to men's and-beys' furnishings. We have the latest in ties, collars, shirts, underwear, hose and sweaters. All at special prices this week.