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TH35 ARIZONA KICl'UltL.lCAN: MON lA Y MOITNIHU, DECEMlSKn 1, VJitZ.
DO YOU WANT A Fancy Lamp Cheap? Now is the time to buy one cheap at DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. THEY MUST GO. They are going at prices hitherto unknown in Phoenix. ROCHESTER LAMPS WORTH $5.S5 FOR $4.00 LAMFS WORTH $12.00 FOR $7.S5 LAMPS WORTH S8.00 FOR $6.M GOOD TABLE OIL CLOTH. 15 CTS. A YARD. They are beauties and the Prices Will Surprise You DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Phoenix, Arizona i!4 and 118 West T.'atHton St. STANDARD AND MILLER OIL HEATERS ARE THE BEST. TRY ONE. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. f Horse Sense Horse sense or, in other wirds, in stinctive, good common sense is em ployed by but few people when it comes to eye care. People who have sound judgment in nil else fail to utilize their native "horse .sense" when their tired, over worked eyes give them warning that help is needed." Too often this warning is allowed to So unheeded. Then comes serious trouble, endless suffering and in many V cases more serious afflictions. Will you allow your "horse sense" to lead you to our door when your eye- sound the alarm? DR. GEO. B. PRATT, OPTICIAN. Phoenix, - - Arizona. 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 hlock north of Hotel Adtmi on North Center Street. Nofcby tormonta. fe and speedy itecX. W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor. SB OSS S. L. EASTERLING UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 44-46 . Adams St. Tel. 291 A Lady Attendant New Pictures, New Frames, New Mouldings Just received by the Phoenix Stationery and News Co. We have nlo just received a new oval mat cutter, and are now prepared to cut oval and circular mats or glasses In any size. If you have a picture that needs an oval frame, or mat, come and let us frame it up for you. io and 12 West Washington Street. News o the TowrL THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yes terday: ' Temperature Departure Dep,,nre Since lib i lit ol Month Jan. l, :ao2 UMA VOBKAIi M 55 -16 -t 32 . Maximum temperature, C6; minimum temperature, 43: Average relative humidity, 33 per cent. Total precipitation. 0. Character of the day Clear. M. E. BLYSTONE, Section Director CIVIL ENGINEER PORTER. Joe Porter left last evening for Mesa City where he will join a United States geological surveying party. S. A. W. VETERANS. There will be a special meeting of the members of Lawton camp No. 113 S. A. W. V. tomorrow evening at the office of J. L. B. Alexander in the Fleming block. COL. SOBIESKI TONIGHT. Colonel Sobieski, the world renowned orator and reformer, will speak in the First avenue church tonight on "Hindrances to the Temperaiu e Reform Move ment.'' He will alto lecture in the same place on tomorrow night. BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES. Rev. B. T. Gillett gave an able ser mon at the Baptist church service last evening from the text found In John 17:19 "For Their Sake I Sanctify My self." The excellent music included an anthem by the quartette and a duet by Mrs. Foote and Dr. Dodsworth. JUMPED THE TRACK. A "Wash ington street car jumped the track yes terday afternoon at ' the First street switch and for a time tried to see how recalcitrant it could be, to the amuse ment of the crowd that gathered and the discomfiture of the employes of the company who had to coax it back on the track again. A GOOD TEST. On Saturday night the chemical 'fire engine was given a test that made for it a good record. A little structure had been erected on the vacant lot at the corner of Third avenue and West Washington street, for the express purpose of burning up. About 7 o'clock an alarm was turned In and one minute and a half from the time the lever was pulled in the alarm box the chemical engine was cn the ground ready for business. It was not an unexpected call of course but the time was neverthelers good for it is five blocks from the station to the fire. A VISITOR'S DEATH William A. Mairs who came here not Ing ago from Colorado in the hope of improving his health died yesterday at noon. He had been, in ill health for a long time and it being apparent that the end was near he was joined a few days ago by his brother. O. B. Mairs and Dr. F. C. Pafford. all being residents of New York or Brooklyn. The family is well known in New York, the father of the deau man and his brother, being a re tired wall paper manufacturer. Mr. O. B. Mairs was 32 years old. The remains, accompanied by the bereaved brother and Dr. Pafford were taken to .sh Fork on a special train thai left last evening at 11 o'clock, to catch the east bound limited train this morn ing. A SUCCESSFUL DUCK HUNT. There are some people who will not believe that duck hunting is away above par at this time and especially do they repudiate any claims made for that sport unless facts and figures are given. Saturday afternoon W. L. Pinney and C. H. Valentine went down the river about ten miles, well provided with ammunition and blankets. They got up early yesterday morning and interviewed the duck population or that section pretty thoroughly. Their re marks were punctuated with leaden periods and in the end sixty-six ducks were persuaded to return to town with them. It was not a good day for ducks either, but it shows what a good eye and a good gun can do when they havw a chance to work. DRUNKEN INDIANS. 'onstabl.? Martin early yesterday morning ar rested two Indians, Harry Azul and Ernest Horandi, for drunkenness. Azul is a son of the old chit- tt the same the: ii. ii. McNeill WHOLESALE, RETAIL. CO. III e. O 1 name and -seldom distinguishes himself in this way. He maintained on'hls way to the jail that he was not drunk but the other Indian, concerning whose condition there could be no doubt ad mitted the drunkenness of both of them. He even offered to show the officer the man who gave him the whin key. He is another Indian. That was not a matter though which concerned tile constable but it is something that the United States authorities will prob ably take up. Horand had been about town since the beginning of the carni val drinking a ' good deal. It Is said that he has been employing Mexicans to furnish him with liquor. t t Persona.! Mention 1 4- A. L. Moore and wife of Pontlac, Mich., and Frank L. Baldwin of Youngstown, ., registered at the Ford hotel yesterday. Those registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were M. A. Rothchild of Los Angeles, Wm. .II. Smith, Chicago; K. I. Ferguson. Cincinnati; J. M. Jami son and wife, city; S. K. Holland. Lima, O. Airs. Walter T. Gregory of Yuma is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Russell. This is the first visit home of Mrs. Gregory since she Joined her husband who is the secretary of the territorial prisoa. Among the guests registering at the Commercial hotel yesterday were E. W. Stephens and wife. Prescott; F. W. Hill, Tucson: J. F. Swift, Jos. Foss ler, San Francisco; Abel Armstrong and Mrs. Wm. Armstrong, Henderson, Minn.; Miss Susie Fackrell. Prescott; L. L. White, Wlckenburg: M. B. Hol ton and wife. San Francisco: Geo. T. BufTmen. St. Ixnils: Mrs. Jennie F. Wing, Kansas City, A. B. Boswell. Los Angeles; K. P. Barnard. Tempe; N. P. Sessions and John 1!. Shea and son of San Francisco. ARIZONA TEACHERS Will Assemble at Tempe According: to Programme. In reply to questions regarding "The Teachers' Association," President C. G. Case says: "The progrtm will be carried out ;i Tempe at the time already announced. The citizens of Tempe made it pleas ant for the te.ifhers when the institute was held there befoie, and are mak ing preparations to do the same again. The Normal affords excellent facilities for institute work. Its buildings are a little distance from the centre of the city, but this inconvenience was re moved two years ago by the citizens of Tempe supplying free conveyance to and from the buildings. The member ship of the association varies as the place of meeting varies. It is now forty-two. fourteen being from Maii copa county. Two years ago. at Tempe, fitty-five became members from Mari copa county alone. "Some have the Impression th.it the arsociation can not hold joint sessions with county jntsitutes. This is a mis take. No resolution has ever been passed by the association to this ef fect. There was a committee report recommending this merely, and even, then, the report was not adopted. County Superintendent Jolly of Yava pai has already accepted an invitation to join us with his able c orps of teach ers, and Superintendent Fulton will no doubt accept a similar invitation al ready extended to him. Every effort will be made to secure reduced rail road rates, etc." o BONDED FOR $18,C00 Deal With the Rotbschilds-The Port Henry Group of Mines. i " I J. IIcrma:i Aapgooil. who is engaged in thf- development of mining proper ties in the Castle Creek district is in the city for a short stay. Some three months ago mention was made of the Fort Henry group of mines which he was then just begin ning to explore. He announces now that he has bonded the group to the Rothschilds company of New York fr lls.cno, the bond to fall due in thirty da ys. The shaft on the propci ty Is now down thirty feet anil the c-ve body is eight feet wide, the assays showing a valuation of from JS t $10 p' r ton. Good tamales, any nuniner. for par ties or families or served 17 S. 1st Ave. For Rent. Two elegant office rooms in 2d story Nicholson building. Apply to Nic holson, the tailor, or to N. A. Morford, room C. same building. Silk-Lined Gloves The linings in our II. & P. Silk-Lined Gloves are made from the best silk, and cot about twice as much as the ordinary kind. The silk is shrunk before being applied to the gloves, not afterwards. Where the shrinking occurs after the gloves are worn, a mis-shapen, ill-fitting glove is the result. These gloves are dressy, warm, com fortable, berfect-ntting, and easy to get on and off. Our line includes all tbe popular shade and sizes. McDOlGALL & CASS0U H. 6t P. SILK LINED CLOVES. THE HUB If r i 1 A ' . a - ; .3 Smoking Jackets S3 to $10. Bath Robes $3 to $7. Lounging Robes $5 to $10. A vSure : : .. Sacrifice 1 : : A $10,000 Property for i: Sale at $5,000 if Taken at Once. This U the greatest Iieal Es tate bargain we have ever been able to offer. If you are in the market, investigate. We have a complete list of everything for sale in City and ranch property. Strangers In the city will find listed In our Iienting Depart ment every desirable furnished and unfurnished house for rent in rhoer.ix. WEIRICK AVD LATHAM. i 44 N. Center St. Thone 2201. Investment and Loan Brokers ' and Fire Insurance Agents. ,v.a.vv...VmV.v..v..xX"X: MONEY IN EGOS Then use AFRICAN POULTRY FOOD. It makes the hens lay. Fresh Stock. 50c and SI. 00 Sack. For sale only at Elvey & Hulett's DR.UG STORE I I 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 and fruit. 1 lb. pkg. seeded raisins (Eagle Brand) 13c 1 lb. pkg currants , lac 1 lb. Thompson's seedless raisins.. .13c 1 lb. citron 25c 2 lbs. English walnuts 33c 1 lb. almonds 13c 4 lbs. new prunes 23c 2 lbs. new codfish ,23c 1 fl. California olives 35c 1 at. nice pickles 20c Pafford's Gash Store 29 South Pint Avenue. 'Phone 2555. Real Estate .(EL- Investments FOIl SALE. SO acres of the best land under the Buckeye canal, with forty inches of water. High class mining stocKs a specialty. Write or call for information. Bargains In real estate 1. 2 or 3 fine lots on N. Center street very cheap; 0 acre and 12 acre lots, close in, both good bargains; 10 acre orange grove, at a great Facrifice. Also several ranches for rent. All Kinds of City and Ranch Property For Sale. E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite Postofflce WIDE AWAKE Meat buyers in l'hoenix wafte no tim in looking for the rifiht place to d' tluir marketing they know all about it already. If you're a newcomer in town, you needn't look, either come anil see us. P. T. Hurley 17 West Washington St PHONE NO. 12t. Men's Furnishings The present need of iiiot men is tin richt sort of UN DE ltV E A K. You can not expect to keep in pood temper un less you are comfortably warm and your I'NDEUWEAIl fits and neither irritates the skin or the mind. That's the kind we sell. Also oni.(. FLANNEL NIGHT P.OBES for thes cool niahts. P.ath Robes and Good Wool Hosiery. Plank, the Hatter, 106-108 W. Washington St. Phoenix, Ariz. Our PpeclHl! v, Mail Order. P. O. Box 60o IRUII, POLL IKY MITANI VEGETABLE CO. GROWERS AND SHIPPERS Cor. 4th and E. Washington Sts. Phoenix, Arizona . OOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOCOOGQOOOOOOOOOOOQOOO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o SPECIAL SALE ON One of One Lot Waists, worth SI.50, will sell Eiderdown Dressing Sacks and Robes in large variety and many styles. (We aced help I-i all eur departments. ) STEIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE MILLINERY. skconp and Washington sts. TAILORING. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooocooooooooocoo This Is the vSign of the WalK-over 5hoe. It stands for best quality stock; brainy workman- ship ancl latest fashion in footwear. We have a style to fit your foot, at a price to fit your pocket $3.50 and $4.00 H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO. Phoenix, Arizona We Are the Exclusive Aqents in This Vicinity We Have Some Nice Oil fieaters Suitable for bed room, bath room or quick heat night and morning. TALBOT HA lilt Y BRISLKY. Protect yourself from cold by wearing a Chest Protector. We have a full line from 50 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. Bring your prescriptions to us and we will see that they are put up right. THE BRISLEY DRUG CO. OPEN ALL NIGHT E. J. BENNITT, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance and Investments. Successor to J. W. Eans, and the Eans Loan and Investment Co. ... List Your Property for Sale Before the Season Opens. IG NORTH CENTER STREET. IIS NORTH CENTER STREET iVloHn S Undertakers MKi. H. S. 0AIS0N, lady Attendant In Burnt Leather Decorated on Botn Sides. ONLY BALKE'S Opp. Postoffice. WOOLEN $3 5 the Grandest Assortments. at $1.00 o (SL HUBBARD. C. A. LARSON. HOTEL ADAMS THANKSGIVING IS COMINC and you want to be in the proper frame of mind to enjoy your turkey. Have your old wheel repaired, or trade it in on a new one. We also re pair guns and typewriters. We will sell you a gun or rent you one. We keep the best brands of ammun ition. E. M. DEPEW CSL CO. 37 N. First Ave., Te!snhone 1595. TELEPHONE 791 Dorris and Embalmers 4 We have a fine saddle maker, expert carriage trimmer and harness makers employed. Prompt attention paid to mail orders. N. PORTER SADDLE. HARNESS CO. 142 East Washington o o o o G o o o o o o o WAISTvS 8 . 9J :,V.'i One Lot Waists, at r- worth SI.75, will sell atvbl'5