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THE AMZONA REPUBLICAN : SATUJT t-AY 3IOKK1NG, XOVEMIJER L'2, 1902.
Women of Arizona Do you vant Sometninr Choice in the Way of Something iStyliK We have just- received a line of Ttidgeway's old blue willow ware, dec oration over 100 years old. just im ported from Kngland. You can buy one piece or 100 pieces and always match, at price3 of American decor ated ware. We have also just received an im portation of Havlin China in open stock; one piece or 100 pieces and al ways match, in plain, white or decor ated. In the star shape Havlin's, lat est and most beauti'ul pattern. Call and see our line of China. We won't get mad If you don't buy. and we think every woman enjoys looking at nice dishes. Watch for our fancy lamp sale. They MUST GO, and at surprising prices. DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Phoenix, Arizona 114 and 118 West Washington St. Tel. 220, 3 rings. ' Mail orders promptly filled. VISION Vision cannot be overtaxed with safety. All eyes require spectacles sooner or later. Defective eyes, unless strengthened with glasses, are sure to beiome more weakened. Defects are certain to in crease by neglect. Lose no time In ascertaining whether you need glasses, and, if so, what J'cti need. Our examinations are most thorough and conducted on scientific principles. Will return to Phoenix Saturday,, the 22nd Inst. DR. GEO. B. PRATT, OPTICIAN. Phoenix, - mt Arixoi Arrival of Rubber 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 you get them or not. These are high grade goods, made exclusively by makers who have a reputation for turn ing out reliable products. A little difference In quality makes a very great difference In durability, so get the best. Costs you no more than the poorer sort. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center Sts. THE CLUB STABLES One block north f Hotel Adama on North Center Street. Nobby turmouta. lUfe and ipedr atocX. W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor. S. L. EASTERLING UNDERTAKER and EM BALM ER 44-46 E. Adams St. Tel. 291 A Lady Attendant New Pictures, New Frames, New Mouldings Just received by tHe Phoenix Stationery and News Co, We have also just received a new oval mat cutter, and are now prepared to cut oval and circular mats or glasses in any Eize. If you have a picture that needs an ova! frame, or mat, come and let us frame it up for you. io and 12 West Washington Street. News of yU the Town, THE WEATHER Local Daily "Weather Report for The f, Arizona Republican. Forecast for to-day: Fair, warmer. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yes terday: TemprtTr Departure Dep"ur fitnf rlju lit of If mm Jn. 1, !902 hobmaL 50 56 S8 4U 'Maximum temperature, 57; minimum temperature, 44. Average relative humidity, 92 per cent. ' Total precipitation, 53. Character of the day, Pt. Cloudy. M. E. BLYSTONE, Section Director COLLEGE FOOTBALL IN TUCSON. The Ttmpe Normal football team left last night for Tucson to meet the University lads on the gridiron today. If the .rain continues they will have a glorious time rolling each other in the mud. PHOBATE COURT The only busi ness In probate court yesterday was the hearing of the petition of the ad ministrator of the estate of J. L. Wes son for distribution. The petition was allowed and distribution was ordered and the administrator was discharged. FIFTH AVE. CHRISTIAN CHURCH "The Uplifted Christ" will be the theme cf Rev.- V. II. Rugby's sermon at the Fifth Avenue Christian church on Sunday morning. Mr. Wilson will sing a tenor solo. No evening service on account of Sundny school conven tion. CALL OF THE CALENDAR There will be a second call of the calendar of the district court this morning, when the following cases will be call ed: 30S8. 353.', 3:.7T, 3G35, 3643, 374, 3753, 3754, 3783, 379G, 3S05, 3S31. 3480, CS51, 3S". 3875, 3&S3, 3S!3, 2UK, 3911. 31H5. 3153, 3958, 3960, 3977, 3!9l, 401, 400!, 4011. MORE ELECTRIC LIGHT POWER. Mr. T. W. Pemberton has returned from San Francisco where he went to negotiate for a new steam plant of 800 horse power. Just now the company has all the power it wants from the upriver plants and from present indica tions that power i.s not likely to fail soon. The new plant can not be put in place for a yenr. NEW CORPORATIONS Articles cf the following corporations were filed ir the office of the county recorder yes terday: Texas Ontario Oil company, I capital stock. $3.5u0.0o0 .incorporators CJ. N. P.utler, W. L. Appleford and E. T. Eerger. of Michigan; Hot Riast Smoke less Stoker company, capital stock ,000,000. Incorporators W. W. Eaver. and A. D. Lamb of Illinois. WICKENIiURG CHURCH SERVI CES. Rev. Duncan Rrown, Presbyter ian home missionary, has arranged to preach two sermons each month at Peoria and Wickenburg. His appoint ment for Wickenburg was the 23rd, but on account of the storm, he has post poned it to the next Sunday, Nov. 30. He will preach . in. the Wickenburg school house on Saturday and Sunday nights. November 23 find 30. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH. Central M. E. church South.. Services in the Pad get building on Sunday as follows: Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m.. Dr. H. A. Hughes, superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor. Rev. R. A. Row land. Junior League at 3 p. m., Mrs. J. F. G. Finley, superintendent. En- worth league at 6:30 p. m. Subject. "Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving." Leader, Avon White. No preaching at night on account of Sunday School con vention. A SUIT ON A LEASE Suit was be gun in district court yesterday by Harry J. Jones against A. Blumberg to recover rent on a lease. The plaintiff and the defendant entered into a lease regarding the room at the corner of Center and Washington streets for which the defendant was to pay $150 a month. The contract was to run five years. The defendant has removed from the city and suit is brought for 4.i0, the amount alleged to be due at this time under the lease. A RUNAWAY. Washington street is riot usually a good place to break a colt, but It was all ri?ht veMerrtv for it was a soft place to light in cs's of being thrown from the waron. That fret was proved yesterday forenoon w'len a colt hitched to a sulkv br-k O 3T r It 3" 3 o c C 3 THE H. H. McNEILL CO. WHOLESALE, RETAIL. STEINWAY .. .pianos y If the Slclnw y Piano cotti nt the factor? a third to it half mure llmu any of the other half-dozen hiRh gratle pianoR elaiming to b In the bteinwny claM. what itliou'.d you pny fur th next beat piano, when you can buy a Steinway Upright for $575 or a Steinway Grand for $850? And the difference In price Ik net for name and reputation. t many dt'sleii on'J have yon believe, hut lot actual time, labor and wait-rial. GEO J. BIRKEL & CO. Pole ngonts fo Steinwuy I'"nnog in Southern California mi l Aiizona. Cones pon-lence solicited. 345-347 S. Spring St. LOS ANGILES. Branch Store at San Diego, the shafts and threw the driver out near the intersection ui Fourth and Washington streets. HORSES FOU TEXAS. J. D. Crabb and John Mcliride shipped a car of -horses last nisrht via the M. & P. to San Antonio. Texas. Texas is a big Mate, but when she wants fine horses she has to come to the Salt river valley to get them. A RL'SY DAY. Yesterday was . a busy day with the police and yet there was nothing doing. The marshal wa engaged in drainage enterprises. ORIeer Rursell was inspecting flooded districts and Jailor Jennings was herding cuttle out of other people's front yards while the grass grew. DELINQUENT TAXES. City Tax Collector Luke is busily engaged in preparing the delinquent tax roll which is soon to be published. This will be a new departure, as heretofore the de linquent tax lit has never been pub lished, or at least not for some yeais past. ARIZONA APPLES. On his recent trip to Thatcher to inrpect t!ie military company. Cel. McC'ir.toik called on Eugene Can uthcrs, a former resident of this valley who Is now farming near there. He has an apple orchard of twelve acres and gave Mr. McC'.intock a sack Tall if ns tine apples as ever grew m anybody s country. I h'-y are f the Romanit? variety. A LINE TO DOCTORS. Secretary Vandervc4!- did a good days work yes terday even if it was raining. He sent ort .i.xiut l.."00 copies of the bjard s rculais on "Sunshine and Health" to s many addresses in the oast. Moat f them were sent t physicians and -embers of the faculties cf medical schools. In the matter of climate th'. board and its secretary think though lymen. they tan give valuable point 's even to the doctors. Anyhow they re trying It. THE II ASS AY AM i A CLUR There will be a formal opening of the Ilas- sayampa club tonight beginning at S o clock. The Hassayampa club al ready has a membership of seventy-flv composed of business and professional men. Its quarters at No. West Washington street-are elegantly fitted They embrace a large reception room. several caid rooms, a buffet and what ever appertains to a well organized club. There is a ping pong table. chess game and a little later a billiard table will be put in. The members will have one of the most sumptuous homes in the country. The officers of the club are, president, George Purdy Rullaru; secretary, Claude Rerryman; treasurer, E. Ganz. The directors be side the officers are W. A. Milton. I'. A. Tharaldson and Frank Luke. It is ex pected that within a short time the membership will reach one hundred. Dr. B. I. Price of Denver, the oculist aiil tie at the Hotel Adams for the next four days. Those suffering from im paired or defective vision should call on him. . Good tarr.ales, any number, tic3 or families or nerved 17 S. for par lst Ave. For Rent. Two elegant office rooms in 2d story Nicholson building. Apjdy j to Nicholson, the tailor, or to N. A. ' Morford, room C. same building. None ore so enthusiastic over marvelous sanitary properties of the DEIMEL LINEN-MESH UNDERWEAR as those who have tried to keep them selves warm, and have chilled and taken cold in wool.' Ricydis-to. after a good spin on the wheel are usuajlv all aglow and wet with peispirntion. That is the time when th y become chilly and catch cole!. DEIMEL LINEN-MESH UNDERGARMENTS ".re hijrhly absorbent and ventilating: they will keep your skin dry and com fortable, besides remaining dry them--clves. so quickly do thoy absorb and lissipate moisture. Wonderful, but true. s - - n- 3 McDougail & Cassou 32 W. Washington St. ..THE'-- The "Topkote 95 NEW SWAGGER CORRECT Only a very high clas custom - tailor could make this coat to measure end make it fit as well as the "EFF-EFF" and the price would be double. $15 TO $25 Weirick & Latham 44 N. Center St. Real Estate AND Mining Investm'ts Insurance and Loan Brokers Strangers in the city will f nd listed in nr Keniicg Department cveiy de sirable furnished and unfurnished housa for rent in Phoenix. FOR SALE. FINEST IMPROVED 5 ACRE RANCH in the valley. Six om house, barn and outbuild ings. All kinds of fruit trees In full bearing. FOR SALE. FINE ALFALFA RANCH. 160 acres, fenced and cross fenced, water in Maricopa canal, 3 miles of city. FOR SALE. 20-ACRE WELL IM PROVED RANCH: new barn, good house and outbuildings, water in Maricopa canal. THESE ARE RAP.GAINS, AND WE HAVE OTHERS. CALL AND IN VESTIGATE. Your Doctor Always Feels Safe When he knows that you have your prescriptions put up at our drug store. Competent registered phar macists, with years of ex perience, Finely means a good deal to a sick person when in need cf medicine. ELVEY& IIULETT The Live Truggists 5 and 7 East Washington St. Now is the time To make your Xmas fruit cake. We have just received a fresh lot of nuts r.nd fruit. 1 lb. pkg. seeded raisins (Eagle I'.rand)... loc 1 lb. pkK currants 13c 1 lb. Thorrpson's seedless raisins.. .15o 1 lb. citron... 25c 2 lbs. Knslish walnuts : 2."c 1 lb. almonds 13c 4 lbs. n?v prunes 25c 2 lbs. new codfish 25c 1 ql. California olives 35c 1 qt. nice pli-kles 20c w "Topkote" fc-s- Pafford's Cash Store 29 South Firt AycruB. 'Phone 2555. ygggnY-iiffHHBFiTJ S The UNDERWOOD is the most h practical typewriter y purposes. for llff mi For Sale Ey E. L Andrews & Son. I EI23Z53EKSB3 Real Estate Investments FOP SALE. 80 acres of the best land under the Buckeye canal, with forty inches of water. High class mining stocks a specialty. Write or eall for information. P.argaina In real estate 1, 2 or 3 fine lots on N. Center street very cheap; 5 acre anl 12 acre lots, close In, both good bargains; 10 acre crange grove, at a great sacrifice. Also several ranches for rent. All Kinds of City and Ranch Property For Sale. E. A. Spauldiflg 41 West Adams Street Opposite PostofSco A NEW LINE OF MOULDINGS Eor Picture Framing and Mits to Match, just re ceived at ART aid CURIO SHOP West Adams, Opp. Postoffice. andsomest Hats Made Are always found at HAT STORES That's Plank, .tho Hatter, 106-108 W. Washington St. Phoenix, Ariz. Our Specialty, Mail Orders. T. O. Box 005 IKLII, HULL I XT MITANI VEGETABLE CO. GROWERS AND SHIPPERS Cor. 4 th and E.Washington Sts. Pi08UUriZ0na. 1 r$ tH SPECIAL o o o o o D o o o o Q o One of the Grandest Assortments. One Lot Waists, t nt 1 One Lot Waists, Cg worth $1.50, will sell at worth SI.75, will sell at 3l 3 Eiderdown Dressing Sacks and Robes in large variety and manystyles. (We need help 1 i ull our d 'partiiiuts.j SKIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE MILLINERY. sCCNr.saTCN ST3' TAILORING. all BECAUSE their time HOW ABOUT YOUR FIRE. DEPARTMENT? We can supply you with HEATING STOVES, STE,,L RANGES and COOK STOVES. ...Talbot Sl HAKKY IiltlSMCV. Protect yourself from cold by wearing a Chest Protector. line from DO cents up. And do not for get that our prescription department is in charge of competent men and the best of chemicals and drugs are used. Ihing your prescriptions to us and we will see that they fire put up right. THE BRISLEY DRUG CO. OPEN ALL NIGHT -si till: - : VV- i l ' A) AX - v . '. ' r r. I y E. J. BENNITT. 8- Real Estate, Loons, Insurance and Investments. Successor to J. Evans Loan and List Your Property for Sale Before the Season Opens. 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. ESS IIS N0H1H CENTER STREET ZVloHn 5t Undertakers U MRS. H. S.'DUSfl. lady Attendant U CRUSH SALMON & B4SS 3 fi OYSTCRS OYSTERS OYSTERS Fine Steaks. AT f OFPEE AL'S. SALE wonu.N 'L ' ll's writing is always visible. It's marginal stops are in I MOM. It ha a tabulator which is a pr.rt of the machine. It's type are cleaned in a;i instant vvith our soiling the hands. It has an Indivicivoi key tension. Corrections can be made ! an instant without consulting a scale. U's light action, rase of adjustment and simp!iciy, make it the easiest to larn. It is the MOST DURABLE typewriter made. AND BECAUSE operators save from twenty-five to thirty-three per cent of by reason of these advantages. Hubbard... C. A. LARSON. We have a full -HOTEL ADAMS THANKSGIVING IS COMING r.r:d you want to be in the proper frame of mind to enjoy your tuikey. Ilavi your old wheel repaired, cr trui1e it in on a new one. "We also re pair guns and typewriters. We will sell you a gun or rent you We ili- 'il. op the best brands of ainmun- E. M. DEPEW CSL CO. 37 N. First Avs., Te!anhon3 1595. V. Evans, end the Investment Co. . . TELEPilOVE 7910. Dorris and Embalmers 'Crffi "We Lave Ji fine saddle maker, expert ' carriage trimmer and harness makers ! employed. Trompt attention paid to J mail orders. ! N. PORTER ! SADDLE .HARNESS CO. 142 East Washington Q WAISTS 0 C9 Q 0 O o COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGQOOOOOOOCOOOQGOGOOOO