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mihrnrnhmmmmmmmmmmmm . -ACE 3 I Slid To every man and woman (we have something in store for the children later) wno comas to our store on next WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, and leaves his name and address, a Coupon will y be given. One of these Coupons will draw the Beautiful BUCK'S STEEL RANGE, worth $37,50. We will have a name and address book handy, and all you need to do is to register. You will be given a Coupon with a number on it, and a duplicate number will be put into a box. Promptly at 3 o'clock on Friday after noon (our store will not be opened Thursday, the 27th), at our store, the drawing will take place. A committee of four will be selected from the visitors present to conduct the draw ing, taking the matter entirely out of our hands. 81& MM IS' this full but s9 No Trouble Show Goods ITEIP&1ESA C. a. CI-IFFINaSR. - w - - Li T2MPE and Mr:-, i I.-yderns.n of Chit-ago a.i:v d in Tv!t::m -.-.-erday trornir.ff 1". : .:- - vir.f.- .-ii-l mc -u.-fts nt F. -. Jl-:-jf.iiV .- pi-:- : '.c Ur. lf.-:;,'U-mann Is a i ' i:o:..;i '. "d if Dr. II. II. JI. Hleme M. L. Si,:::' '-, tr, be out ::E2in a ri 1 a . e jk'. ii-r.- .v. h;.M.- o: d i W. C.' T. C. will f- : .- : v !n lie.- ".!iilvr buil'linp.' i!- i f th T X t!o;:a! !nr.k this ; v (iri.i Z oW-n:'. c:: through the ev. :::...'. a v. '.i e at wc.k yt.-."ier!;:y r" ni'in.-j t!i - ; n r. -. !::.; v. h- v- th- pip.-s wi re laid f'- 1 h.' 1 ."i-"ks and painting th-? l:y;:ur;- :j:'1::i:'i ih" lUif.ment for the 'I e X' r;:::-.l football tc-..m ar ri'. .:.l y, r.v'..-,iy, '!'.:. iuoi-v'.y cf Krr.r t Adams' t'vo )' ; n h,::-- , -:n F-e. t'.!:y followed by th'- ;!!: -a ot A lairs, who is peri- (.i-s'y i!i at th.--:.- ho ;-: west of Tc-mpe. M: -. M. :. C;;rry and rister. Mins (':::. drov. : ( r to !'ho, ;-.lx yc:uorday. V.'.. l i'.t h--, : :-.;:.: ' t-.vo can of cat- ?r w H W W V W W W W W V V VV V W V Y P V Vi V V VV Y Y Y Y Y Y Y o xi s W iff iff xi xff Yr Yr il FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK TEMPE, AR.IZONA. P.-t 1 up C aid tul. $.-.0,000.00. !h- ,-! r .-: !n,-t Uautr in Te i!'.ie. Ila plenty of mor.ry u 'end on fn-iii 1 1 - :uir rij.i.tfi, real estat e or any first-elat" Beuritv w j i.:iNisi!:nr, o. l. pease. w. c. hildueth. rreideot. Vlce - Beautiful iokfed Trimmed Don't Every one is invited to come and register. It will not take much of your time, and may be worth $37.50 to you. A word as to the merits of beautiful Steel Range : , IT IS ONE OF THE GREAT WHITE ENAMEL LINE THE PEACE MAKER. The best Steel Range on earth for the mosey. It has an oven 14x20x13 inchss, made of two pieces of heavy wrought steel. It is asbestos lined, nickeled trimmed, Japan finish. BUCK'S Stoves and Ranges are built 01 t'.ie sane general lines throughout. Some are larger, some smaller, each is designed for a purpose, and admirably does each fulfill its mission. Our Warranty, will work successfully under such conditions taunct fail to operate Every Time with the ordinary chimney. We carry a full line of the celebrated Buck's Stoves and Ranges, all size? and all price;. Sold all o.-er the United agents for this Territory. ' to RKPDBUCANl T. T. POMEROT, , anaicr ueaa uepartmeni. T' 1 j. -f ! -W- 4. i j Manager Mesa Department. I tie to California last cver.inpr. I Cflon I Fel!-rs is eon.-triv tins : j Icifee water tank .;r a Flor e ru e ran h : t :-. j Wis. '.V. M. Fraire has ae eptc 1 r. ; position with the Mir.ses Ifale. Ti'.i lic-w orchestra that h:i:- l)"en nr I r;ar.!;: (1 undt-.r the direction of Profes i :or Crandr, rrct Monday evening at j the- rtyii' nce of K. Schmidt on rJifr'nt'n j strict. Two new members were added to the orchertra and a very pleasant tvrnirig was had by all present. S. V. Mies-j and family, who arrived At on 'lay from Marion, Kansas, havo taken rooms in Z,'rs. Mc-Veiph'3 reri dence on Mill avenue. Lieutenant James of t'; t'r.ite 1 States Coast artillery was here yester day ananging- with Manager Paddock for a football same in th'- n-ar fi:tui-'' between the Temp? Normal team and the Sr.caton aseney team, which h- represents. The tfacaton te?.m is said to be a very strong (Mm ar.d expects t-1 play agair.rt the 'arlile Indians in a short time. The tain is composed of Carlisle, Albuti'ac rqu" and Phoenix In- diar The jair.e will be played i'l Tempo. Pres. Caahier W holesale THE ARIZONA BEPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBElt Steel Free S Fail to Register W EDN ESD A YSay ?sa Wednesday. that Wc guarantee Buck's str-ves and ranges to be perfect in every respect. The3- are so perfectly constructed that we war rant them to operate perfectly in the Open Air. usinc tonr ioints of pipe, same diameter as pipe collar. Anv stove that or 22 and j K. T. KyiltT is r-ppinsib!(? for the re- duction in jirit-es in Teni;,e .ini still I unKi i-c U s ny hniisn In the t ity. Press Making. Leave orders v.-ith Mr?. Alice TomUnson, Central Lar.ri '.fT'-e. Pe I rcc-m suit, j-iiot gun and 12 riile in good condition at very low prices. Seeor.J Hand Store. MESA I The directions cf the Copper Tip j Mining lompany held their regular i monthly meeting at th company oflice , ye: t: -. day which was of 1:: ji e interest j :.hj.n forir.tr on'.s from t'.ie f.'.ct that I the repoit of the inine wa:; made: Ijy : I'i c:-ident 12. Porr.eroy, who has leen ) i i actual ch'irrje of the mining ofera ' '.:;;r.s since June 1 ir.t, and vith it a rcc ! emmendation that chnnges the statu3 I of the co.r.pr.ny In resird to the out I ride investors, fjr her;-uft:j:- the rtock : will be on the market, in a limited I amount for 20 cents per share instead of 10 cer.to .'is hcrt tofore. j Mr. Poir.,-roy reported that the l.dge I liad been tapped by a tunnel at about ; the- irf0 ljvel. and that already they i had Z fret of good paying ere in th ! turnfl, and last week they struck what ! he thought was the ledge proper, for j !t was far 1 Icher in gold, copper and : silver than ar.y other ore they had tak ! en out and was getting riclier at eveiy , blast. He believed from the nature of ; the ledge that they were now in the ledge proptr and had developed n big j mine. The report was concurred in by ', Wellington and K. Porr.eroy, who had ifcentiy visited the mine, ar.d after a ; -lire uTs-don of the ways and mojris nt j -ia.nd .it W.T3 decided ar.d sr ordered 1 that the e toe it should be increased to j 20 cents per share in tire future. It ! was fuithcr decided that the force of iliiS . 1 L ill Sanaa! Tee 8 iW I - THE. White 322 TO 28 WEST WASHINGTON STREET o Retail . !i -.; f ): :i! 1 be 5r; rt ?.! at o.ue and I oihr claims lie pro.spi-ct d and dvelcp j ed. It i.s ah-o i rt 1 that Ibiures on ! s-l-M Iterr, -!'.(. i:ld ln gctt?.i ro that when th.y wire ready a n.ili tuuid be cr-ct- 1:!, and that in tile in -antiote the ore j Fh'.uld be . (ii:e ! 0:1 the dump, ai'd a ' few ship!' e :t.s bj madi- a-.-. :. fu.thcri U-:-t of t!: ore. j lUfore t!:- m :-tii:g Jiidf e Woy. the 1 si-c: etary cf ;h. company, war. keit j huy making out stotk ceitilicates, as 1 it had leaked out that the price of the shares o rtock would be Increase 1, and j th.-y v.anteil to t t in on the ground 11 jo.-. j Mr. I'.: ::;:: ry reported v.o:l: rushin.-x at the Like I'upeil-ir and Aiizona Min ing oir pa" it..-.' iiropertifs, about liv? n.ib s from the Copper Top. They now b.r.ve it bout fifty men at tverk and arc; iunr.i::g Durlaigh drill;-! prosj-.ec ting t ie prc;:f:ty. The company hive !;c!til a tiv.n, and r.re liuiidir.g a Ioi'ins h j-:r e and 2 1 2: e. Mi c Ida Hobson rpent Sunday in y.: a. returnin.? to Phjer.i:: thi- 11:1:11-in-r. j L. P. Johnron & Co. rhipptd r')0 I pounds of turkeys yesterday and 2.000 1 pounds t j;;ar. They ae suroilving the I mm:rg camps v.ith material for Thar.ksgi Vir.jr dinners. V. E. Dent of the Mesa Trading company left last evening over the Southern Pacific road. It Is said ta.it will, we hardly like to pay; but then scrr.e of the boys are buying rice at wholesale. Mr. ,ind Mrsr. Pnn Drcrbaugh re turned la-t week fiom an extended trip through Oregon and Idaho, and repert a mort delightful v!it to the northern country. When they left, Mr. Prorbiush had in view the i.urclias.' of a ranch in one of the stat.-s nr. mod, but he apparently found nothing to suit him better than Mr.-.i. Tie sdyS he raw rcme fine land, especially in Idaho, but every location had it drawbacks, and h; will probably continue to reside in the Salt Kiver valley. 1 1 II 1 A i 1 est Steel Range Absolutely Free ! Housefttniisliers TO OPEN NOVEMBER 27. Mr. George Sihcrr.ick announces that the Mesa hotol will open on Thursday, November 17. with a grand Thanks giving dinner. The following is the bill of fare for Thanks-giving dinner ar.d supper. THANK SO I V I NG D I N N Eli. Dinner 12-2: Consomme? Koyal Celery 0:1 Erar.ch Queen Olives Young Radishes Capons with Spiced Apples HO A ST Vour.g Turkey. Cranberry Sauce Trime. Rib Poef. au jus Lobster Salad Z'.Iarhcd Potatoes Raked Sweet Potatoes French Cream Cabbage Spinach with Poached Egg English Plum Pudding Rraniy Sauce Mine Pie Pumpkin Pie Vv'ater Crackers and Cheese Coffee Tea Milk Price 50 Cants. THANKSGIVING PUFFER. Supper 5: 307:30: Oysters Stewed in Cream Sirloin Steak ' Pork Chops 'old Turkey Qw on Fritters with Ros.. Sauce Faked Sweet Potatoes Sweet Corn Kentucky Escalloped Potitoes Compote of Fruit Fruit Cake Angel Food Cake White Cherries Assorted Nuts Coffee Tea- Milk Price 50 Cents o Ten thousand demons gnawing- away nt one's vitals couldn't be much worse than the tortures of Itching piles. Yet theie's a cure. Doan's Ointment never fails. When a rrr.cke-r let3 Ills cigar go out frequently, he could easily quit: he doesn't care to smoke. 1 I 20, 1902. J Jv 3 i ID States for f0 years. We are " i Answer to correspondent: No, Ham j '.in Garland, the lecturer, does not j make a street parade. ! STEPPED AGAINST A HOT STOVE. j A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Eenson, when 1 getting his usual Saturday night bath, I stepped back against a hot stove j which burned him severely. The child ' was in great agony and his mother could do nothing to pacify him. Re membering that she had a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm in the house, she thought she would try It. In less than half an hour after applying it the child was quiet and asleep, and in less than two weeks was well. Mrs. Hen son is a well known resident of Kellar, Va. Pain Halm is an ai.tiseptic lini ment and especially valuable for burns, cuts, bruises and sprains. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. druggists. VACCINATING FOXHOUNDS. Major R. Williams. Yynn, master of j the Flint and Denbigh Hounds, has j instructed a veterinary syrgeon of St. j Asaph to vaccinate all the hounds and I puppies against distemper. A great on Earth for the ..Money! The Highest Priced bat the Best Quality Order from Melczer Bros. Co., Wholesale Dealers. HEALTB C.ssS. . The treat remly for nervous prostration and all diseases of the eenerative organs of ci'.hcr sex, such as Nervous Prostration. Failing or Lost Manhood, ACTfTfl fl t? t H fj order v.-c ciiaraniee to ni-n mi..: 1; boxes for Si. OO. IVU. MiiTTJ For sale only by BEN L. BEAR, 50! sole . MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION j many deaths have occurred from the ! disease, and as this is the first pack in j the country to be vaccinated against distemper, ine rerun win De waicnen with interest. London Telegraph. o "Cure the cough and save the life." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cure3 coughs and colds, down to the very verge of consumption. There are seventy-five marrying stories on a man before one a' them is true. o FOR OVER SIXTl" YEARS MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays nil pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Look over the books in your library. Seven-tenths of them are worthless. o Builds up the system: puts pure, rich blood in the veins; makes men and wo men strong and healthy. Burdock Hlood Bitters. At any drug store. What this country really needs is a reliable remedy for biliousness. "BEERS 1 m. VITALITY a 3D I t. MOTT'S uo or refund tbe cionoy, Sold at Sl.OOtier hnx. S OIi:s:U AL C O., Clevclaud, Ohio. up-tOrdate druggist, .thoeniz.