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TII15 AIM ZONA KEPUJ5LICAN: SUNDAY MOIiNlNCi, NOVEMBER 8, 1!)03
P. sN. ! Is All the Co Kow! i:r I . in. ,n u tii.il. is tpiile co:rpK-te. with new, fresh stock. Footballs .1 ;!! pi .. from to it. guards, headguards, nose guards, I ..it". J.. k.-. ft.-.. ti-. ':ir i I-! i--j l.r Pa." t ail. t-r.ni.- basket ball, croquet, and all outdoor ;;Hrt. be.-u con.ing In for the pa-t' month, and our stock is nov I ir-r iIm'i t. Have you ti-- i our Indian club display? They are selling .! d.i. iI.mi.I.-i f:c.-h. bought fro:n the miik'-r.', direct, prices way down. PINNEY (SL ROBINSON,! THE GUN STOBwE. Gens, Bicycles, Cameras, "fifcttn7 Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. FUNERAL OF S. A. DTSART A Great Number of Friends Gather Arocnd His E-ier. cwvur rrT r pviTTiineBj;zzsggCLg i Exquisite perfumes: Rogers and Gallet, Hudnut's, Palmer's, Wright's, Stearns and others. Finest variety in Fhoenlx. Fresh, Lasting Elegant at Elvey and Hulett's, The Live Druggists. ft&SSES: ACQUIRE THE HABIT .OF. This is what it will da for you at McKEE'S cash STORE. I.v c-:i..- i : th- f '! in' prices with your la-1 :r.'--!t'i 1 i!' . yon v. ill f.wl that you have paH at If .-; id -icr cvnl more than it would have cost v ha-! :t tra!fl with us. 10 Per Cent, a Month is 120 Per Cent, a Year. 1 rl -i-i. --.. . . .i t - -. . i .i . R' t? ll.cro i-'i't - Tn'-t in the Uniteil States that The friends of the late Samuel A. Dysart gathired in -the Christian church yof trdry at 3:3'J o'clock to look upon the faca cf and to pay their re spects for the last time to the depart ed, whom they had learned to love ami honcr in hfs lifetime. Th-a church was fd'.ed to overliowins by the sor rowing friends and relative?, and dnr intT the brief services there were few eyes not mcistoned by bitter te;:i?. s- olcFcly knit into the hJr.rT' of h'r friends had hU l;f; been woven. Tlie grief of there who had known him lons-ft and best here elacjuent testi mcny to tiro true wcrth and character cf one whose modesty had prevented a wider range of acquaintanceship, (.lathered around his bier were men and women who had known him from bcyhocd, and cr-.e f:f there. J. F. Wooi dridge, expressed the sentiment of all when 1:3 remarked, "1 have kno.vn S. A. Dysart for forty years, and I love him like a brother." Since cominsr to Phoenix, ten ynara ago, Mr. DysiU'L has not sought public nctcii.'tv, but has dr-v:itfd himself .quietly to his business jam! to his fam ily. Whan a rcsiJIor.t of L-. rx cr. : Mo., h.i was c:vj of the leading attor neys f the northern part cf the state, and was an In'lr.ential factor in Plate polities, but failing health drove h'.m la a milder climate, and he vluatar ily retired to private life. lie was for more thin a tjuuter of a i century an active and honored mem ber of the Christian church, and for several years past has been chairman jef the official board of th. church In I'houx. While his life as a Christian and as a business man has been ot- l-ss and afceve reproai h. it was in hi.s domestic relations that his character shone brightest, ar.Tl his most inUmaU neighbors ajrree tht Ii? was ever a .levin??, thoughtful husband and father, and that th. family constituted au idiiii home. 1 Mr. Dysart served in the union army 'iuring the war until scve-ely wounded in the battle of Pea Usls?. Ark., from ! which he never fully recovered. And so it was appropriate? that the stars and stripes should mingle with the ;tos?s that 'covered his (,ilc't ystr ' day. an;! that his comrades In arm,: f houldgather around to bid f:rewol! t cne who had fcught ami suffered with them. Th" services yesterday -Acre bimple but impressive. Dr. Ilalsey of th 15ap nf -b-iroh reaii the tiinedeth l'salm. and Dr. McAfee of the Presbyterian i hurrh c ;T rol a km ut .f j!iy t ; iuh;T' irajcr. in v. hi'.h f. ntiments of eonsola ti-n and hope were bonded. Mr. flas hy, pa.-t-r o th" "hristin church. dc:iver'.d the address, v.hiuh v.'ns lm-;-r?csive ar.d w II tirrcl. A ouartet. cor.sistit cr r f Mrs. Sv. is g'tt. .'iiss Kesir. i T. Kv.ns :'.::d L. W. CosKins, sang-, "Asleep in Jesus" and "Oh, Sometimes the Shadows Deep," and Mrs. Sloan sang a solo, "Come, Ye Disconsolate," accompanied by Mrs. P.agby. These hymns were all favorites of Mr. Dysart. ar.d were sung by request of the family. The pall-bearers were Me?srs. J. V. Wtcldrldge, Joseph Cope, J. K. Tanne hill. M. V. Warrea. A. P. Wnlbrldge and James Il&uyhurr.t. all old nnd inti mate friends of Mr. Dysart, the first three bavins known bini from bey-: hood in Iowa and Missouri. Mr. Dysart was sixty years and twenty-three d;.ys old at the tim'! of his death, ar.d his oeath occurred on the eighty-fcurth birthday of hi:; v.' ther, who survives him. His father, Milton Dys.ort, was a pioneer Presby terian preacher in Iowa almott fifty years ago, and is said to have been u very ablo man and profound Bible scholar. The Dysart. Tannehill nnd Jtesor familk-3 were Intimate neishbors in th se early lays on the frontier. tnd the close friendshii s formed by the pi oneers t;re still maintained by their dercendants in far off Avirrana. Berides his wife, eight children r.re Lft to n.ourn his death One son. Ver nn. is In '-I'sir.er.. in St. Louis; an-nrth;:-, Fied. in Sole moT.dle: t-nother. Iewis. ii jdiytd-eian in thi hesnltal of the Copper Cucc-n compnr.y in JSNb-ee. T:.3 cl.:st daughter, V.'i -dfied, was m?.riied to Hulh Murphy r courle of years ago and resides in the valley, while the second. Zel!", 13 cne of the brightest teachers in the Phoenix sihools. Another son, Arthur, will g;-aduate frrm the high school rest year, whl'.o Nat. the youngest boy, and Mildred, ten years old. are attendinz the Osborn district school. Interm?r.t Vas mad? In the Masonic cemetery. S? i " : " it ALL ! Two Warehouses Of Floor Space Devoted to the Sale of THAT IS I Feet Mirs Jessie M. Priestley has just re turned from K j rope and has opened an r.ii studio -'6 Nerth 1st Ave. A ramrle of the work can be' seen at the Fhtnix News & Stationery Co. For the neatest 10c shave try the Commercial barber shop. Oath 15c. September and October are too warm for oysters here. Now the best rtews are furnished for '5c ;;t George D. Kurt is" 33 North First avenue. Raw oysters 20 j.nd 2Z-z ar cioyen. 'Phone order3 promptly filled. ."hon in fJltndale stop at restaurart for a good meal. Lund's C. S. Smith, muscle build-T. scientific massage treatment. 12S S. 4th ave. Map!e Leaf Bowling alley, basement Come and bowl. McKee'a store niectr.i: Facial Masasgo, ScaJp Treat ni'nt, Uair Goods, Latest Modes, .Ian icuring. Mrs. Ayl win's Parlors, 11 S. Center Street. u I J H A f n v I '.'! : St. i. id. .r. I T.;r. it.i- s ! ! I'-". I'll- ".;:.- ;r.1nu:vi.-1 .- JL-o :;.;. t p.- ir! or ::: ; .. . Jl..",", ". !1 ir ! ,.io..- d l. Z i ". Fir- 1! .r.ix So. ,5. ii. i ; r . ? . i ; y.tir .'r.- s..i. .'y 1 I .! ...i.- '"..r. e l.- 1 IV. ;r.i;- N-it.i 1". 1 1 i-'.'.j Vm.-z lU-'ft '! 1 Cr.o :; r. ": 1. k 1'iisas Club Ilojse 50 !1. Fe.;r Ji.f.a J' 1 r.-,-C(!.t J.tr ..f .Vw Jiims,..2w 1 ".i! luV'r'.i Co- 01 27c M i V: 1: t r. ut r :r.o c ; ISs. pi - !; I J .S!,;.s 27- y ' 1 Can f.'-vf!--: Hanu 5e 1 '.ni i'.'-.v; At.: :: an Sardines .. T.o ht - I'.s. II- et Fa:i:y F-our 1.00 In :.l'!:tioii to the money saviuv; prices above ;.;"'.!. v. e :.e earl: hi!ar nurehase a chance at nr;: viw. rocxd tkit tickmts to I ! I i ST. I.'.t'fS V.i '!:i.!VS I-MR. If you arc ':; !, ; : v.::i a I itr J'i:'C. Sa'i.-fac'.i' n lU'fautcvd' 'r u'. s f .: '. K r 1 UC ' G?ners'lr tlie sion is, "I don't ;vl half wc'.!," thoi:ih son.eilmes Teop!e. !iv,""l i'Arl lilf ? sick." n-.-t tJ-.e.-c is no ' si!clj t!iH!' a-; l.tir.g half sick. Tfcs V.i:.n uho fesi l;r!f sleV. ie L.U sicl:. As a n:!e, the cau.-e of the , weale, t:red, half sic feel- ma; is .l:rcre-e c! tne Eton- , ach, rsukin in loss oil m:trit:on av.d coi squen'lv ia physical wea'Kt;ess. Doctor Picrc-e-'s Cc-lden curs i:-.- r .w 1. lav : nutrition vcrv irar-f s cf tl;e ana other or uigertion and 'It rfftores it ffi strength by enablir.T ti e perf t digest-on r.?id o sitri'-ition of food. Tt rna'es half all well. sick j-.-ccple S J McK l V?. -2- -v. y STANDARD IRON WORKS Deal.-rs In New and Second Hancr Machinery i'omil-te 1.3t cf st-k on hand furnished on api'dcatioo. Cok.stinjs lr Iron and Brass. Ma' .'.Ue Work Irotnptly Attended To. THrj hon- i-.l. rilOENIX, ARIZ. I I "I "".".'iirtrl for four vcars ) Willi piv.i i-i n-,v Mor.icli 5-k so th e. rt ti:n-!'l c vji-'n t I wort c-.i." v.-r t; Mr. t !"r-.U Mv.ith. of ry C.Tt.it'. C!--.-e Co.. er Co'o. -v I wnle to von a"-o-it nv Mckncss H4i vii tola to four lnfdicin".. which I iiit: with p'xnl t-v-uU. I ouly ncJ !.i:r 5i-jttlt; of yonr ' Coiticn Me.iieal r;i6vcn.-,' an:! cm,;t say thnt I iiin rntircly mrtrd and frtl n n.-.v t.-.aii. aail I c-in highly .-eccniir.rij:l yc-ur n:cti:tirc to any M:fTcrer." "Goldon ilVelical Discovery " contains no alcohol r.nJ is t-iUirtly" free from apium, cocaine and all other rarcotica. It is strictly 1 temperance medicine. Accept no substitute for "Golden Med ical Discovery." There is nothing "just as good" for diseases of tlie stomach. The "Common Spnse Medical Advis er," cne thcasand and eipht large pages, in paper covers, is sent f ree on receipt cf Uventy-one cne-cent stamps, to pay ex pense of mailing 011v. Address Dr. R. V. Tierce, Butialo, N. Y. - I AMUSEMENTS V.". A. Drady's rroJuctitn of "Way Dav. a Ui'-et," w.ich viil be presented at Dorris' theatrre:: W 'ecn Fday. N v. 1?, is a st-iry of homely country life in New Kr.plaw'. and it h :s all the vir tues r.r.d simIicity in the telling to toake a jrreat and endur;; piay. Tlic'rc are tyi'cs cf character i:i it which are familiar to every one. The author. Ivttie Pd-i- Prrkc-r. ar.d hr collab orator. Jcs' ; h 11. Grismi-r. b.ave rae cee.lcd in peiatir-.H- them true to life. The play has moments of rre.l dra matic integrity, and a genuine heart int'-ren. Nor is the ceimdy ek-in .::t wantir.R. In fact, the very nature 'f th- characters instire humrr. Such creations as Hi Holler, the oh ire bey. the town o''..-:al.ie. jlrrrtha IViki.;". 1 In; is.-ip and Seth Hol rrdt, with his r u: r'ieiceis "lors-lif.. Utters," c i--i-nc t but insure enjoyment, even v. hile the t-ye-s aro still dimmed with tecrs. "Way Div.n Ku:t" is a thercuKhly whclcj-omc play. Scores rf ministers jhave ti-ed its theme as a test, ami hundred:; of others have Riven it their I umi-jai.fi ! c nd irscmf nt. It is a play whih bar met with unquali'i -d epprcv jal of all i lasrcs and i palpably v.oriny ji.f the praise as attceteJ by its great ! hold upoa the public. ! ENGLiSH MUTTON CHOPS. 2- a s- 3-5- 3- 2- !.? c2- FURNI! Crowded BEST M HOUSE WGS.- with Staples and Novelties. Not , PiscsRlx Mschine and Cold Stcrags Co. THE CREAM OF TfiE MARKET. "How Cheap" But "How Good" is Our Watchword. Quality makes buying economy, and QUALITY considered, we arc able to furnish better values in FLOOR COVERINGS - Than can be duplicated in an' stock Southwest of Denver. LIXOLEUMS. Just received this ?e?.50ns first direct importation from Liverpool, per steamer "Socoa." Another .shipment en route. M ATTIXGS. Tust received this season's second direct importation of China and Jap anese Mattings from Kobe. Japan, per steamer "Pride of the rest." HOUGHS Fir.F.R CARPET. A fahric especially adapted to local condition?; Comes in Rug's, art squares, and cut from the roll. Vc are sole agents. CARPETS AND RUGS. The whole range from Cotton Ingrains to Wilton Velvets. An exquisite display, not equalled in Ari 'ona. Look at Our Stock Before Buying Elsewhere. Have Values That Defy Competition. We rSSi Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers. 22 TO 23 WEST WASHINGTON STREET WE CORDIALLY SWITE Y01) TO VISIT OL'R STORE -2 if 2 3 si T!io prroatest improvement of tlie nev metlaul of I.iundenn-r ovi-r ti.e or. eop; n on!v r.-ed. Is the j eifvct Ft?ri!ii:a'!' :i of ev?ry article of clothins tl.at enters ti.e laundry. Our plant is new and trmr.iugb.ly C'l.npped to do laundry iiei rrdin to the most modern ar.d approved methods. Our process of washing rej'jires th it a'i clothing must iio sterilized with the est of germicides. x fc-er.d your laundi y to us and. you will l.e sure that it is rottirr el peifeetly pure and perfectly laundered. Vo-ars for good work and prt.mpt de livery. Arizona Laundrv Go. Phone Mnio 39. Corner Adams and 3d St. a.; We have o.;e factory DEVC TED ENTIRELY TO THE MAKING OF CHEESE. The mnker id a man cf long experience in this climate, and thoroughly com; tor. t. ur curing rooms are unexcelled, as we make our own tempt ruturcsft We can give you CMZESL tj:at will pllse the trade. . 4 V.'rite us for rrk-es. If in Phrenix ring up 1ST1. or better still come to tae creamery, two blocks west of Santa Fe depot. 4 The Maricopa Creamery Company i H iwmh ut SlKtLI TELEPHONE 79!. : L!fid?fttikcrs and Eifibafjr.ers S3G ; Good Turnouts. Good Saddle fiortcs. A H k;mSe rf Inckia. Brpaviag Da oa Short ftotica 25-33 Morth Second Street ! Jc. TLalheimer, Prt s ; P. T. Hnrley, Vice-Pres. ; j Louis Kelczer, Trea.; Alex. Rheinstein, Sac'y O.S.WILEY. Mmitr I! P H. II. KOfJEKS. S. S. CREEX. Phoenix Foundry Company All kin :. of CASTING IN IRON AND BRASS. All kind of machinery repaired. f' :'. 7TII AVE. We uiil si v Katisfa( lion. rilONE NO. 37 L The First Block of Castle CreeI Mining and Develpmcnt Co.'s tStocR '" ' L --w .1 ..!! Ilo-k will If plaeod Mil the t 1 ''it ..t 1, .r.-. I..i."t iiiv t j!C '.;.iie.- r l.iiyitis. at 23 v. Jut J. HERMAN 'AAGAARD & CO., BROKERS Co SSI. -101. 402 llcming BJotu. FilOLMX, ARIZONA. FOLLOW THE FLAG." Wabash Niagara Falls Short Line We !v touriM :.r Santa I e to St. I'aul; weekly touri t .ir Southern I'm. if.e to St. Louis; daily sleeping car Southern l'.iiti- ;o Chiei-ijo. Iviuire of agents for partic ui.ir.. v i:'SS C. CEI.NE, I. C. 1'. Agt., Los Angeles. DUBLIN CORRAL. LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. A. V. VAN D0REN, Proprietor. 19 E. Jefferson St. Tel. Red 153 -h-hkh:--:x - A friend in Ix:idon fjivus me this re cipe for eo.jkin mutton chons us the! Er?lisli rook then: "To broil mutton chops after the English fashion, salt ar.d pepper one Fide. and. put the chop between td.r Kirs of a folding gridiron, put that side first over a very clear, hot tire. Allow them to remain two min utes till coiored. Pepper and s-lt the other fivic and reverse the gridiron. Tiroil two minutes and turn aam. lle peat t;iis process wit ewv.t the talt an.l pepper eight times. shortening the tifT.e to one and a half minutes aft'-r the ft?t round. When the chops are soft tn the touch, open th; gridiron and taVe them out Aith the fingers, never touching a fork to them til they are 0.1 the table. Serve on a hot platter with melted butter. o If you want some of the most toot'i sopie candy imaginable, call at San ichas' for a box, of hN supremus chocoi-itf s made daily in his new candy plant. Different from anything in town. The concert for the ber.ef.t of tne Hiintist . church w:!! be given at the opera house November 1 fr. AS IN EVERYTHING IN ICE Gent'sFysiisliiiig OoQds Line WE GIVE YO U THE BEST FOR THE LEAST PRICE. Plank, ibe Hatter IOV-103 West WaShinEtcn A REAL estate SNAP. Eighty acres of fine rich farming land, forty acres under good fence, twenty acres ir good stand of alfalfa: wpter for forty rcres cost? about $21 por year. Only nine miles from Phoe ni: under one of the best canals in the valley, an ideal place for chickens or nmall scock ranch. Balance of land can be put in cultivation at small cost. Price enly $1,050.00. It yo;i are interested Address box 742, Phoenix, Ariz. If You Want To Buy aHouse In Town iV . i lie UiilOffiia ttestmunni - a w J& MM. & 35 mtAJM PEUVJCD AT ALL. HOFB Sirlctly r ir-st-Clrts. Quick: Service Special Dinner on Htindny North Pfrat avcr.ua RnaU ---i ("a!! to see us. If you want to buy ; a ra'vh at a bargain, call to see us. j W,H If you want to lent a house or room, furnished or unfurnished, call to see ui-. If you are a stranger and would iike to have any information aboat the country call to see us. : l ! ! A i it EAT In RESTAURANT cr in edjoininq .DINING ROOM... with Elegant China Service. At ENGLISH KIICISEN, No. 1st St. $ ALL EM & V ( LS 0 N ! ''w'''": 29 West Adams. Aro Ycu Going Abroad ? Then get a trunk or suit case or traveling bag at the flioenh Trunk Factory. When in Olendale stop at restaurant for a good meal. Lund's Ohl trnnki in "chnnre. Kev fitted. 3fd. No. 43.5 West Wahicirlon Stre'fiL. Thone Red Wait until prices of land double? You cannot make a safer investment than ii buying.Salt River Val ley Real Kstate now. rrr mm French Periodlcel Irons Passing Comment. llaik?r lie is ruch a flat sort of a chnp. I'.arker Yes. hut there is one woman who r:i-3 she thinks he is all the world. Harkcr H'm! She must be one of those .people who think the world i? flat. Chicago News. For Sale a! a Bargain 80 acres in alfalfa under S. R. V. Canal with water rights; also some snaps ij in Inside Residence 1 Property. -9 1 Si-c,t,IyTsrctable' rcrfcctlv lmrmlcss, sure to accomplish DESIRED KtwULTj. Greatest known female remedy. Price, f 1.50 icr bottle. CUTu!i Scud for Cvrcu!ar U WlU-IAAld Mbi. CO Brwarn of rfinnirfe!;-5 apr) Imitations Thf carmine Is pnt up onlrlo raste-Wrrt Car- . ...... ...-- "Iti'AIUIt; till MTnj (.i i ii. imiix.p. I HUM . . !ar U VIia.IA.U.S ilKi. C'i).. S.,: Al-ivi-m :iic1 iii... JTv - . j-, , r 1'""r Q'dv bv KEN L. KKAR. un-to-dato dniecist. Phoenix. rr1 ' . ......i, .. i 1... .... -,.r ..... I,?. ,iri- Ta-.iiiiaafTygi i ! B.A.rMas&eG 17 N. First Avenue. When you want a quick cure without anv loss of time. and one that is followed by no bad results, use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea .Remedy It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take. It is equally valuable for children. It U famrn for Jfc nia over a large part of the civilized world.