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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUN DAT MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1903.
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BLUE JAPANESE
BOWLS
IK
or Localf
Interest.
tanan & sons
Take Mice.
The Renting
Season Is On,
Fine Shoes for
Men and Women.
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY
AT
EACH
THE WEATHER
tel. 4 '
THIS WEEK
AT
Local
Arizona
daily weather
ftepublica n :
report for th-f
V2
7
Ibmiember ih-so bo vis will positive.
I o sold only for one w eek at this pric
Do you want the rest Steel Ran-,'e
you ever !'.' The cjuickest ba.vtr
with the .least fuel. The handiesi.
handsomest ami most durable range iov
the money. liuy a Moore's Steel Rang'.
-6 ditterent nyles. from $20 to $67. SO.
AT
Davidson's Gash Store
TENTS,
COTS
MATTRESSES.
Crockery,
thoiisamls
son's. Plioii
Hardware and
;rtides at David-
US.-f.ll
R.'1 35:
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Children's IEye?
ii
Nothing is more noteworthy of your
consideration th.in the welfare of--ou;
children. Now is the" 'i;i:e tiff y are
storing knowledge for future use. Ii
is of vital importance that the child is
not hindered in study through defec
tive eyes. The tiouble that today is
."ini'li and easily remedied, if neglected, j
may get bi-yomi simple measures. You
will be v. ie and on the safe side if
their eyes give theni trouble to hav
them examined.
DR. E. MUNSON,
Arizona's Leading Optician.
1 1 S West Washington Street,
Successor to Dr. Pratt."
Prescription .
Economy.
All prescriptions are here pre
pared from drugs of known po
tency. Such drugs are needed
to insure results and speed re
covery. Sickness Is expensive
enough without increasing1 ex
pense by delaying a cure. Cheap
drugs and improper compound
ing are dangerous extrava
gances. The scientific prescrip
tion filling we do would be
cheap if our prices were high,
which they never are. Quality
considered, they are always low.
GOODMAN'S
PRESCRIPTION
Cor. Washington & Center Sts
Phoenix, A. T.
W. J. MURPHY
Real Estate, Insurance,
Loans.
102 West Adams Street.
If you want something nice
see the
Gibson, Christy and Remington
Pictures
for sale by
The Phoenix Stationery
&. Hpws fin.
W IIUIIU WUI
""New Goods Arriving Daily.
oaf sun s
7T ' IlA
Mi
1 0-1 2 W. Washington St.
Forecast for today Fair.
Data fo- 24 hours ending 8 p.
terday:
Temperatare Departure Departure
Since Hi nee
V.AN NORW.L 1,4 ' MODtl1 JaD- 1903
"i t-1 -f30 8
.Maximum temperature SS. minimum
temperatuie .".
Average relative humidity, 39 per
cent.
Total precipitation. 0.
Character of'the day Clear.
M. E. UI.YSTO.xn. Section Director-.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. The First
church of Christ. Scientist, corner or
Center and Jefferson streets. Services
It a. in. Sunday school 12 in.
SERVICES AT INDIAN SCHOOL.
Rev. Ceo. 11. Brewer of Albuquerque.
N. M.. will preach at the Indian school
this afternoon.
FORESTERS' BALL. The Indepen
dent Order of Foresters will give a ball
in roresiers Mali next Wednesday eve.
Oct. 2Sth. and a good time is assured
to all who attend.
RUMMAGE SALE. The rummage
sale to be conducted by the ladies of
the Christian church, which was an
nounced for this week, has been post
poned for one week to give more time
for arranging the great variety of ar
ticles which he displayed for sale.
A MUSICAL PROGRAM. The fol
lowing is the pog: amine of special mu
sic to be rendered at the special ser
vice for the clerks at the Christian
church at 7:3( this evening: Cornet
solo. "Life's Lullaby." by Gerald I.ane
Mr. Fleddewill: violin solo, "Cavatina."
Mendelsshon Miss Fieri ha Pook: vocal
solo. "Just As 1 Am" That We Two
Were flaying),' by Nevin M rs. Tif
fany: anthem, '"The. Two Angels." by
Xrogmann Choir.
M. E. CHURCH SERVICES. First
Methodist Fpis.opal church. Monroe
street and Second avenue. Rev. A. M.
Gibbons, pastor. Servh es as follows:
Sunday school at 9:4r, a. m., Lloyd I:.
Christy, superintendent.; Kpworth
League at 6:1." p. m.. subject. ''ivL
Righteousness." Preaching at 11a. ri.
and 7:30 p. m.: subject of the morning
rermon. "The Houndiess Privileges of a
Life of Prayer." Subject of the even
ing sermon, "The Reasonableness of a
Life of Faith." The public is cordiallv
invited to all these servi.es. All seats j
re free. ,
SERVICES FOR GUARDSMEN.
The members of B Cc.mpany, National
Guard of Arizona, will attend divine
services at the (."'Neill hall tjnight, the
services to be ond'jcteu by Dr. Lewis
ll.Usfv chaplain of the regimt-nt. The
members of the company will fall in at
the armory at 7 o'clock. Captain K.
ii. Laiivson. whose resignation will b
effective in a few days, will be with
(his tonif-ary Us captain for the
last timr ou ?jnday uight
COUNTRY CLUB OFFICERS At
the Country Club yesterday after
noon tile organization was completed
for the year by the ele tion of officers.
II. I. Latham was re-elected president,
L. H. Chalmers was elected vice
pr-.-sident and W. F. Dodge was chosen
the secretary and treasurer. There
was a heavy attendance at the grounds
and Mrs. K. V. Lewis and Mis 5-vlvi.i
Ainswo;th served refrt.-hmcr.ts.
AUDITOR NICHOLS I LL. Territo
rial Auditor W. F. Nichols was con
fined to his home yesterday by a sud
den illnes.-f. Mr. Niciiol? and t'itize'i
Member of the Hoard of Control c'Jeorgu
K. Truman had returned the day be
fore from an official visit to the terri
torial prison. Mr. Nichols was not feel
ing well when he reached home but
he spent the i;ost of that day at his
oirke.
A LESSENING POPULATION. Co-
chis county some time since set up a
claim to being the moat populous di
vision of the territory. Tha claim may
be true and may not. but one thing i.s
certain; if Sheriff Del Lev. is does no
cjuit bringing the citivens of Cochise to
the asylnm the claim cannot be sup
ported by figures'. He brought in un
o!her of" the voters of Cochise yester
day. A THREATENING FIRE. The
M'ells-Fa' go business of this city wa i
threatened with fire last night. A fire
broke out in the second story of the
building but before ii burst Into :i f'amj
that could be seen from the outside it
was discovered and Ji. v . 'mare bad
succeeded in extinguishing it. An
ularm, however, had been -sent in and
the department came in forc e. In a lit
tle while, the lloor was Hooded with
water and a great deal of damage
done. The tire originated In u store
room in the northwest corner of t!vs
buiiding. Kverything in that room con
Msti'.ig of trunk:? t nd clothing was de
stroyed. The rest of the damage wm
clone by rmoke and water. A couple of
rooms were occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
'leorge F. Meryman. Thiee rooms in
front wer r or-upied by J. A. Day and
family. T.ie property of both' was al
most entirely destroyed. The express
people "began moving things out of tha
o!fice but before they had finished the
lu.st vestige of the fire was extinguish
ed. A MILKY WAY. Washington street
in the- vicinity m tne winoii noici v. as
rendered almost impassable by a Hood
f milk which raged along the tho
roughfare. The milk wagon from w'nuh
ii flowed was almost capsized in it.
The w a gon hnd Itttii hit by u passing
street cur. The driver of the wago.i
was driving west along the south side
of ihe street. A street ear was trav
eling in the same direction on the
right hand track. Just before the car
overtook the wagon the driver took it
inro bis head to crews th-i street and
in doing so he drove across the track
directly in front of the car. The move
ment was so unexpected that the mo-
Our facilities for renting
are better this season than
ever-
List With Us Anything
You Have to Rent.
We Pre alreatty having
numerous enquiries for
houses, ESPECIALLY
FURNISHED HOUSES
IJiWMium
H. I, LATHAM & CO,
Real Estate, Loars,
Insurance.
AA M Pnntnr Ct DK OOfl!
ft II, UC1IIGI Oil rIUIIGUl
nrman had no time to evtn cneck the
car. It struck the wagon on the fror.t
wheel :ii:U pushed it along the track
for twenty-five feet. The wc.goii wc.s
badly wrecked and milk was spread all
ovrr the immediuto neighborhooi.
Neither the driver nor the horses were
hurt.
A good many things people buy arc
too cheap for the price. Chicago Daih
News.
We have observed that when a num
ber of women get together, no on? Icoks
more chesty than the on Vho declares
that "her church doesn't owe a cent."
Atchison Clobe.
Ion-t take
hion Clobe.
a defeat too case Atch-
Mosciuitoa.-? bite mor? readily than
fish, but they are eejually haul to
catch. Chicairj Daily News.
Poverty ii no disgrace but it
mighty good excuse ,fr,r heading off
borrower. Chicago Dailv News.
A iiian thii 'ts there is only one man
i:i the world .ho.-e whistling is no; a
nuisance. Chicago Dailv News.
TNtry cloud has a Filver lining and
that is where clouds have the bulge on
tiousers pcck5i. Chicago Daily News.
Many a r.ian who p.-es as his e,wr.
architect of his fortune would be in
hard luc k if the building inspe-. tcr
were o:il; his ie b.- 'hicaga Daily N-ws
o
Collie beauty Isn't more than powder
deep. Ch.it ago Daily News.
o
A w email's s.soes iv ver fit unless
they are
Daily News.
line m tort abl". Chicago
The world W'Mni sneaks well of
i.ian who is ili ad broke. Chicoga !
Daily News .
o
Heme wcr.ien-halers are floorwalkers
in departmental Mores. Chicago Daily
News.
Kctuality is an idle dream.
ceKtumes have l.ad their day.
Daily News.
Fig-leaf .
- 'hicago '
Jfs a wise p)li?en:an
out the next corner on
cago Daily News.
who c an point
'change. ( 'hi-
As a physical culture apparatus th
old fashioned wc.odpile has no eejual.
('hhago Daily News.
Ceres c.f th? e.Rice that
oflicchodcr come witii his
cffcrts to succed himself.
Daily News.
wnrry a:i
strenuous
Chicago
Friends of Orovcr Cleveland Ham
am - '
mond, who came to Phoer.iv from
lahoma !ast April and has rot been
beaid from at home since that lin:.
would appreciate any information ie-.
garding his whereabouts. Kindly ad
dress L. Cr., Itepublican o'lii e.
While the proper study of mankind is
man, there is more fun. in studying wo
man, yet the more man studies her the
less he knows about her. Chicago
Daily News.
DIEMEL
Linen - Mesh
Underwear
L
A Porous Linen having the t.dvan
tage over all other fabrics of absorb
ing moisture and eliminating it quickly,
will provide for dry educate around our
bodj. hence will enable us to stand ?x
Irciif.'S of heat and cold with compara
tive comfort. Having further - prop
erty of cleanliness and beii.g non-irritating
to the skin, it would seem pe
culiar that its advantage for the pur
pose of underclothing should not liavj
been recognized until recently. Sam
ples on application.
The McDougall & Cassou Co.
r.m'htM ' -
te' &i&A nil ' .
y 1 "i
1 1 JUDGE. FOR YOURSELF! ;
JUDGE. FOR YOURSELF
the possibilities in ready-to-wear
apparel by inspecting the
garments bearing this famous t!
mark
epd Benjamin 5
MAKERS i;c NEW YORK
Come in and examine cloth.
cut, fit, seams, collars, pockets,
button -holes, lining, inside ir
materials, the tailoring in gen- jjj
..i r: ncu i Miki !
ciui. iip upeu ULturtKinir
clothes dissect them through 1
and through and when you
have finished tell us frankly iff
VftU Hnn'f think fhpv'r pnn.-i'
J J m n
to exclusive custom-made that S
costs twice as much.
The BENJAMIN price is rly;ht.
Your money back if anything
goes vron,. Ours .is the oiily
ture that alls them here.
THE HUB,
Phoenix, Arizona.
DUN L A P
HATS
Fall Styles Now
On Sale.
assxa
STRONG
n
All Work Guaranteed.
Irvine Block, Nevt Door
A ROYAL STEAK.
fit for a king, tint to grace the table
of a free and independent American.
A fair sample of the lucious meats soul
by Hurley's, where all that is good, su
perior, tender and juicy In beef, lamb,
mutton, Veal and poultry is awaiting
your orders. 4 '
P T HURLEY
v. w. wa.bj '.ton bl 'Pko-.'uL
71
"THE HUB."
I Fine 20-acre ranc h close m; good 1m-
piovements; water right in Maricopa
canal.
l.")-acre rr.nch C miles northeast with
good house; fine shade; orange grove;
etc. '
1
20-acre ranch, 4 miles out, al! in al
falfa, good house, shade, weil, etc.
Good Cfl-ncre alfalfa ranch within
four miles of town at a bargain. ,
1
Five-room house, c lose in. at a great'
sacrifice to cover amount of loan.
(local bargains In city lots. Now; is
the time to buy.
Fine SO-acie improved ranch with
water in Salt River canal, at a bargain
if taken soon.
per acre.
Money to iSoan
E. A. Spauidiag
41 West Adams Street
N. PORTER,
Saddle and Harness Co.
142 East Washington St.
I For our make of Arizona
I j Styles of Saddles, Bridles,
a Bits and Spurs. Prompt at-
I tention to mail orders.
TEETH
don't always grow in every
one's mouth. b::t they can be made
strong ar.d firm by careful tieat
r.ient. l'nle;s the teeth ache, peo
p!e are apt to let little cavities
glow into big ones small dental
bills into large n:ios natural teeth
into false. Have the teeth exam-
ined
h.-re.
pain.
egularly-antl have it done
It will save you moi.ev and
BRIDGE WORK
$5.00 a Tooth.
Consillaticn and Examination Free.
H.Qb'BBpO'K,
lo Donofrio, Up Stairs.
m 1
G!SW0LD,
The
Bicvcle Man
Is Arizona ngent for the Kacycle, the
beet and easiest riding wheel on earth.
Keeps the largest stock of Tires and
sundries. Most complete repair shop In
the city. Noa. 7 and 3. S. First avenue.
R. M. DF.PEW
Phoenix Harness and Saddlery Go.
Vho:esaie and retail dealers in and manufacturers of '
Harness, Stock Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
i
Mexican Silver Inlaid Bits and Spurs.
r ma m mm -r
I iiana-iiaae narness a specialty.
! Telephone 1 195 No. 37 N. First Ave., Phoenix, Arizona
See our windows for the
new things in footwear.
H. A. Diehl
Shoe Co.
COLD
Weather is coming.
Better get a
HEATING STOVE
v Now, and have it set up before
we get too busy.
TALBOT f&i HUBBARD.
Harry Erlsley.
1 We are the Authorized Agents for
i
"1 BRISLEY
In Hotel
FOR iSALE CHEAP.
Frame dwelling, rooms, bath, screen porch, one lot
on East Washington St. Cash price $12"o.
010 acres of land 12 miles west of Phoenix, 0,5'H.
16 SOUTH CENTER STREET.
Ten inches of Water in
Be Sold
J. Ernest
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
14-16 S. Second Ave.
Many People
! Ask why it is we can sell, so much
'cheaper than the other stores in town.
i It i.s because we have such a small ex
pense, small house rent ar.d no large
amount of help to pay. That's why w ?
c ar. sell yo-i goods at the right prii e.
I 15 lb Granulated Sugar
$1.00 .
i 2 lb New Evaporated AppKjs
253
i 2 lb New Dried Apricots
! 25c
1 gal. Ture N. O. Molasses
I 90c
1 gal. J1.50 Miple Svrup
51-25 "
i 2 Cans Corned Beef
- 25
Don't miss this one week. only.
1 Tb of our $1.00 per, lb Teas for
' 75c
1 r? Civckers. the best you can bir. :
o:u-e tried always used.
' 10c
Fresh lot of Tickles and olives.
Pafford'sGasti Store
29 South First Avenue.
'Phone Red 555.
J. A. REDMAN
X
C. A- Larson. 4y
v
DRUG CO. C
Adaims.
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w
Maricopa Canal.
at Once.
Must
Walker,
"Just as Easy"
I'il.-Ji.-
COPYRIGIttlLi
to cook over gas as over real or kero
sene much easier in fact. Hut you
ought to think, too. of the freedom
from dust and ashfs, the immediate
production of heat, the saving of tam
per of wife, cook or housekeepers. No
delayed breakfasts whn you use gas.
Ask us all about it.
Phoenix Light & Fuel Co.,
Cor. 1st Ae. and Jefferson. Tel. I'fl.
A Careless Rider
usually .meets with frequent
accidents; the most cautiors
sometimes do. Always taVe
your repairing to our sh'j;
we will save you money anl
give you satisfaction.
E.M.Depew&Co.
37 N. First Ave.
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