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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATUlf DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1902.
fjARE BARGAiN ICES THE HOUR FOR ACTION Another Appeal to Those Who Want Water Storage. re n n IN GUNS We nre making a special price for this week only, the offer ending Sat urday night, of S22.50 REPEATING SHOTGUNS FOR 518.50. These are 12 gauge, take-down, full choke, new guns, just received. This price is much, lower than the big eastern department stores charge for these goods, and Is considerably lower than the wholesale price to dealers. We rarely make an offer like this at the opening of the hunting season, fo take advantage of it at once. The offer is made subject to stock on hand. PINNBY (SL ROBINSON The Gun Store Guns, Bicycles, Cameras noll" Typewriters, Sporting Goods 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. Uie Sixth, Avenue Hotel Only Home-Like Hotel in Phoenix Everything New, Neat and Clean Elegantly Furnished Sunny Rooms Table Uusurpassed II. M. CHAPMAN. Prop. 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 lSitO and has had fifteen years' practical experience. His assistant, Mr. McElvee, 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 cf 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. J4 8 8 4ft S8 INSIST On having them filled at f McCltire's Pharmacy. g. Opposite Fostcffice. Phoenix. Arizona. Phone 1211. WILLIAM EVAM, SANITARY PLUMBER. , Tin and Galvanized Iron Work. Stoves Repaired and Set Up. 19 West Adams St. TALK 1 large pkg. Schilling's tea 40c 1 small pkg. Schilling's tea 20c 6 lbs. pink beans (new crop) 25c 1 can new red salmon 12M-C 1 can new cove oysters (very flne).12',ic 1 lb. can new baked beans.... 10c 1 lb. new Kansas popcorn 10c 1 lb. new California prunes 5c 1 lb. new ginger snaps 12Vie 1 lb. Arbuckle coffee 12',aC 1 lb. Schilling's Pioneer Ii. powder. 4"c 6 bars Diamond C soap 25c C bars best borax soap 25c 1 can regular 15c corn 10c 1 can regular 15c tomatoes 10c 1 lb. new Pearl tapioca 10c 1 lb. new sago 10c Verily, verily, more and more It pays to trade at AfcKee's Cash Store. McKee's Gash Store NOW OPEN Maple Leaf Bowling Alleys L-idies only from 2 to 3 Tuesday and Friday afternoon. Manager will in struct all who wish to learn. COTTAGE HOTEL. American d European Plans. You Must Stop for a warm room and quiet night's rest... The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. The preliminary talking for a gov ernment storage reservoir is over and it is now the time for action. If the farmers and ranchers and particularly the owners of small holdings really want a reservoir built they should tajce at least enough Interest in the enter prise to sign their name to a letter or if need be, to come to town and sign !t in the subscription book at. the board of trade. It is not a subscription for money, but just an acknowledgement that their hearts are right and their "mind willing. Chairman Fowler and Secretary Parker have had printed another ap peal to those who have not yet signed and which is being sent out to them by mail. The subject matter can be no better expressed than in the words of the circular which are as follows: "Dear Sir: We do not. iind your name on the Government Reservoir subscription list. This must be an oversight on your part and we beg to call your attention to the importance of prompt action in the matter. Surely everyone In the Salt River valley is directly and vitally interested in the success of this effort to build up our valley, and to this end we need your active co-operation. Will you please call at tlie board of trade room, corner of Center and Adams streets, and sign at once, or sign and promptly return the enclosed blank, thus advancing your interests and at the same time expediting and lessening the great work which the members of the Water Storage committee are now freely giv ing thtir time to do as your representatives." A CHANGE. She possessed a mind discerning. That was stored and crammed with learning. And her thoughts forever burning. She could suitably express. All her sentences were rounded . And her words imposing sounded; I was really cjuite astounded As I listened, I confess. It was rather an intliction, Ail this verbal unrestrlction. But her elegance of diction. Each rrecise and polished phrase And the beautiful selection Of the words and their connection -And her most correct inflection They were quite beyond all praise. But I saw her very lately. And she did not talk ornately; All that language, suave and stately She no longer got on tap. She was saying. "P.essums, didums! Where do bud old pin got hiddums. In his muzzer's p'eclous kiddums." To the baby In her lap. Chicago Daily News. o Dr. B. I. Price of Denver, the oculist will be at the ilotel Adains for the next four days. Those suffering from im paired or flt.'cctive vision should call o:i him. Orn.n for busir.ras, the Eagle barber shop. Grigsby, Elliott & Wiggins. MEN'S UMBER WEAR Now that cold weather is here for keeps we can offer you a fine assort ment of Men's Underwear t Men's All Wool Jersey Ribbed Suit, - $3.00 Men's AH Wool Tan Shirt and Drawers, Suit, $2.00 In Medium, Heavy and Light Weight. We have several broken lines of $1.25 and $1.50 goods at $1.00 per garment. The Alkir a Go 9 and u East Washington Street Telephone 2741 PHOENIX, ARIZONA 1 W en T u u n sit M W 1 11 urn X1MJ D 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 sacques and kimonas. It's a money saving sale to you. Ladies tailor made homespun suits nicely trimmed and well made, sold for $10; special Ladies' tailor made suits, all wool, broadcloths and serges; made in the latest style; sold regular at $13.00. Sale price ; Ladies Extra fine tailor made suits, basket cloths and cheviots, silk lined, worth $17.50 to $20.00 Choice of our finest grade ladies tailor made suits. Regular price $23.00 to $30. Special bargains in dress and walking suits.- 46.95 . ! $10.50 $12.95 $16.95 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. Pee what the New York Store can save you on a suit or overcoat. A --. 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 u 9.00 " " 4.75 " " 10.00 " 12.00 " . : 7.25 " " 15.00 " " 9.25 " " 10.00 " 17.50 " " " 12.00 " 20.00 " 22.50 " " 16.00 We have a complete line of Misses' and Children's Cloaks and Reefers All styles, all sizes different prices. Vvo.Ter special bargains this v.efck. LADIES WAISTS. Silks and flannels; the very newest importations from the eastern markets, at wonderfully reduced prices. AH this week. LADIES DRESSING JACKETS AND KIMONAS. We have the largest, best assorted and cheapest line ever laid out in the city. See them. Blankets and 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 We nre 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. 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 $25.00 $19.50 to $30.00. Sale price, $19.50. Boys' Specials Boys' $2.00 suits. Sale price SV45 vi Boys $2.50 suits, sale price '. $1.90 Boys' $3.00 suits. Sale price $2.25 Choice of our $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50 suits $2.85 Remember that we give vith every boy's suit of $2,00 or higher, ONE GOLF CAP FREE. While buying clothing, your thoughts naturally turn to men's and boys furnishings. We have the latest in ties, collars, shirts, underwear, hose and sweaters. All at special prices this week. ESSEi! Egil'UiE J'J