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T1IK AIJIZOKV fElULICAN. SUNDAY MOIENliiO.. KCViMBEK 8, 1J(XJ.
w is the time to buy a Heating GET READY FOR THE COLD SNAP. IT'S COMING. Don't fail to see the line of Oil and Wood leater s AT Cash Store. Do you want the finest biker von ever used. BUY A doore's Steel Range. 26 different styles from $20 to S67."o at I Davidson's Cash Store, 31 1 to ! is V. Washington St rho::e lied "'. md. m mt trt . r hjft M P-j& M X H k VI iimS -PJ fcti'i 'it XV erSSiSt tiiS-' :p":i ii'''ur;.cj" s t.tt.irr- '. ; u'j can tl t ;l corret t an v and in-. .!: n'.il;t "f de :.!.t t'e irie!!. .-'"io'is tonse- f 1. A I ii lut w i ' - tt:--'.t- t. It. 1 .. i- A t. t! uri !-rsta:..l th. eve i's ii:s- It.lin t' t.tU! tic DR. E. HUDSON, Arizona's Leading Optician. 1 1 W " fo'"" -s.-'.r to lir. I'ratt. ; i TO Tobacco Burners. We 1 . tl.. a f..rf fn i illy wonder it 1 w j e f. ir us to po t 1 tt.e e'lSto'I. try pro.'- r.rs lii .r.! r to pi-.e Or is 1 : ,r-1 1 a ii-oi .! :..:.r ci l.'it wlii-ii we see our trade i: p lip a:.d r-.tli.e tl at ci- . . r t r t-ir ti i e !.!: -s o:!.. r tr-ole, we f- 1 j1.. !.::. .-I in sti kiin,- to thin pr..:n. Tie re art; Mill many y'.i- tan b. i:. 'it by acquaintance w ,t!i our t ar liae. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION I.! U I inn v 1 1 Cor. Washingtoa & renter Sts. rhoenix, A. T. W. J. MURPHY Real Fstate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West tfams Street. you want something nice see the Gibson, Christy and Remington! Picluras for sale by The Plioenix Stationery & News Go. New Goods Arriving Daily. 1U-12 W.Washington St. Stove. FX 1 Mm oils Of Local? interest. THL WEATHER Ixcal daily weather Arizona Republican: report for iht Forecast f for today: Tartly cloudy. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Pcpurtnre Since i-ince mian normal -''Mony. Jan. 1.13 Maximum temperature 8-5. minimum temperature )!. .Ueia.ire relative humidity 2'. per cent. Total precipitation ft. Character of the dav: I'ni.. M. E. KEYSTONE, Section Director. A NOTARY PUBLIC A notarial commission was issued yesterday to K. AV. Amsen of Xojj Ic. TPiNITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services at II o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock v. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Scaf: f:e? ami u Kv.rtv v.elcoi. to MRS. W. H. WARD DEAD. Mrs. V. IL Ward, wife of Dr. W. II. Ward, superintendent of 'the asylum. died this morning at 2 o' lock after a brie" 'Hiiess though her health for feverai years had not been good. RUIZ-PEREZ. Ed u rado Ruiz ni.d licatri? Perez were marritd yesterday afternoon at the residence of a rela tive of tre bride on fouth Sixth ave 'v?. The ceremony was ierformed bv Probate Judge Phillips. PAN D CONCERTS. The time of th ' yea r yn ir cevts has oa:e for a change in tic of iriinir the Sunday band cen T'lcreforc insteatl of the- Sundav i.iht on, t i t th.ere will .if? ; I'.o.m co i i t at ?. be u Sunla o't 1 j k The! t h;: ::- v ill be mad.- today. TPINITY EPISCOPAL Lovers of rood music wiil CHOIR. be pleased j to b arn th it Mrs. V,'. E. Ulystone. whose ti, lutiful voice has won her a j 1 rominent position in ff.e Musical cii-.-Je of j'ho. nix. ". ill in re?tilarly :n iibe viartette of Trinity Episcop.il j' hurch. Shf v 111 re:v'.-?r the of -irtot y I so if i Ht this r.iorr.inaj's fe:ne. ; ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY. i Mrs. EHiott Evans. li in on the I I. it k ...lyon ro id 1;. ,s lieen siiffei io. r ''" V-.V.n.-sday opera tio, ; r..'t e-s,ry. The suit wa, . tl-.ubtful until esterday w hen time an 1 tion became onsid-ied the hone "f .it iito -ry un.ounted almo:st to an as- cr a'.' e. THE RECORD 3REAKER. I toy B fiavsoa r,f Ho:n-.--iie 1'aik is dividimr :.:'- tin.- 1 etwen leokins :.ftcr t!v t:t" h an 1 u Uchlnr a boy Liny waicn Mrs. Clayson !ir-si-nted him on Thurs- ciay. It .l eicrh l tv. elve pounds poo 1 i :;r:d s:ron-. ttr Swetnani who haj-c-i.-.i to be rtresent and is a jud;re of such matters said that it was the '.i-.--.st child of that ac he had ever i St- r. j THE ORANGE COP Phoenix t,r-l;.i,-et w!'l ho ready for the market in a fi'.v b:ys'. rrobablv about thn 'JOth ntly. ' Some of tle-m. in fact, have already rifrht ' l-',r'1 n't on sai-. .ut they are some !vh: t iackin yet in that bright yellow I a i ; f a rMi.'M that inakes them look ret! i l-o-,.J to cat though. ;i I'ho, nix orang-e I " sweeter when it is preen than some 01a ever 1 oooni I NORMAL BOARD APPOINTMENT. 'Governor Ilrodie v,-.-ter,l..v :.niir.,. ed A. .T. I'riers a irember of the nor .:! rc'T.o' board to f.-jccet'l Lr. -rl- 1 (. Jones resigned. It had .-.erally been i.nderstooj that Mr. I'itrs wov.Ic be pivtn the uppoir.tm.lM ai.d on. e it v;is reported that the ap i o nto nt had actually be' n made. Mr. I'vterr i:; lieu. IK about si" not a i:ty man in this posi was ;l inembc-r of the board years ;is;o and u very active li.e'cr ' r. PIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Monroe .-uei street and l-eeoiid uenue. Key. A. M. Git.bons, pastf.r. Sunday school at 0:-i" a. n:.: Enworili I.t a :'i .it 0:1.") p. in.: j.rer.ch tnr at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. rn. !Sut)ject f the lu''iunp sermon. "Tho Tri'e Measure of l-if--": subieit ff the even iv.s sermon. "The Clospel Accord: np to St. I'a'il." A cordial invitation is ex t' i..l...il to -ill fiiejifls. whether residents in the city or Rtranp"is. to attend thee services. All seats are tree. A CHOIR ACQUISITION. Mr. Dow HitL'ett of Sin Antonio, Tex., arrived in tie city yesterday morninp. Mr. Iappett Is a tenor of excellent e and he has ben eiipapert for the choir of the Ma:tist church. H" will make his fir.' t : ppe-i ranee 'n the city vi the ccncrt for the b.-nefit of the church, at the opera bouse the nipht of , Thursday. Nov. 111. Mr. Ij.ippett was .a pupil o" .Mr. ai'd Mrs. S. F." Cravens ;md will toiitinue his studies with them. A PERSISTENT LAWBREAKER. A. ('. Willis, an old man. who was be. fore Justice Kuri.ett on Friday for a dirt urbaia-e of the peace and was 'itied $11. v. hi. h he paid urid was r -i.-aed v.ms brought back yesterday on a similar charpe. He had run out or $10 bills ami in consetuence w ill be in jail ten days. There was ano'.hfr familiar fae in the same court. i'. Ki.'stamonte had been there the dav Agency . . . UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS W0KK always in sight Gcod second hand machines at a bargain. CALL OR WRITE NOW. Uie H. H. McNeil Co. Opposite Court Houi. TYPEWRITERS EXCHANGE before for nir.it mar. It appeared that while he hud lit-cn In a fight he hud ''one none of it himself r.nd he was' iischanred. Yesterday he was brought hack on a charge of vagrancy and th.lt. --oald be proved against him. lie was j properly sentenced und ordered to get; out of town bv sun down. SUNDAY HOURS. Th- Phoenix postofjico is lis llioi-r.yirhly surrounded ' as Wits the Light B-l trade. There are I t huh'hes to the left of it, c'v.trche in j front of it and churches 'in the rear j of it. It has already made a partial. sirren.ier to new neighbors in a change in the Sunday hours which rues into erfect today. Hitherto the gen eral delivery window has been open be tween 10:30 and 11: TO. From now on the er Ice will be between 10 and 11. P ETA IN ED BY ILLNESS. It was stated sometime apro that E. J. Car-j nioJy of Detroit, formerly t onne-, ted with trie marine !o:tal fen ice there had been appointed assistant pener:1! ; delivery e'erk of the T'hoer.ix postollice and he was then expected here within : a day or two. He did not come and yesterday It was learned that fie had stalled to rhor: but on arriving in Oh!' nco he had an attack of pleurisy! and i:s soon as he was able to travel he returned to Detroit.1 ' FINE OLIVES. nr. IX L. Liver-; more who owns a. fine olive orchard' about, five mils northwest of I'hoe- liix. vesteniay broach! o the board: of trade a contribution of ripe olives of the Mtnz.'ir.lllii variety. They are! large, particularly Rood to look upoe ! find will l o preserved by So. ret.irv ! Van der Veer for future use in fruit displays. Itr.' Livermore Is in the olive busines for money as he has got beyond the experirm ntil point. Ite does not n.al-e oil but lie does pickle a -Treat many olives mo.-t of which arc disposed of lot ally. ONE SIDED GAME. The foot bad frame between the hiirh schoi! team an l a pkd'cd team from about town wa too lojisided to le of ,i great do! of interest. It v,? i-layctl yesterd.iy at the Ir.diai: "t hool vi:vi. '1'he i'.lll .: h.o.d 1 ovs won i v a Yi-ore Tf 2" to 0. The sc?-.ool liovt wore o :t. I.'.-sjed as to weight but what li-y i her't v as more than mcde up i:i ability a;id knowled;" of the p-i.ne. Most if the players against thorn 1k.i1 bet a ood football players in tiie'r tl tv and many of them were st;i! ;:ood !.i iiid lial players but the r was a fearful lack of organization i-i th-i! Links. RETURNED FROM EUROPE. Ja. !: H. u. Ion. brother-in-!:i . of (lover, nor Hi o.lie. returned yesterday mo. n- j in from a sijort visit to Europe. II lei't here about the first tit' A"'ist an I I spemiiii few d; y.-: in tie enr-t he wci.t to London, aft. ! Itcly ar-d S .vlts-.erland ! pary one o( plea tire ; of reel cation. tn hi I maine.l a v, e.-k :a te i leavo ton.o: : v mortti ieo i.ity to look after h i"viid isitinp The isit .a:; uid partly retarii be v e:ist. If-' will r for a' a pa i mining i n : : - '; ests. j WORK SUSPENDED. Phoenix peo ;il feel some interest in Ecuadoran i afi.-'.irs through te fact lh.it l!inist ! Sj: mti.sou. representing the I'nit-.ui States pox eiiinu-nt at Quito and others v.e'l known in Arizoifti. are residents. ! tn,'r- A. t'.ispat' !: from San Francisco the fih i:ist. saw that work o.i naiC'i the (uayaouil & Quito raiTroad has been suspended and will not be re sumed for seer.t! years if over. The builuinp of that lailro.td was one of the zrvatest enterprises ever undertaken. Tirobnbly the greatest in i-South Ameri ca in the lino of eninering. K. T. Aspinwall, foin:. rlv of Ari'oiu. it wiil be remeriibered was till u few months apo connected with t:ie company gased. :i- ANNOUNCEMENT. I tuKe !easure in informinp the pe::cr:.l public that I li:i ve ooened an ollice at 13 West AVr.shinpton street where I wf!l conduct a f.-neral real estate ai.d r-fm rfentir.p business ami also an employment apency. whee help of all kinds will be furnished hotels, restaurants, loardinp houses aril housekeepers. II. M. Chapman. The amiurl mettinp of the stock holders of The Arizona I'ublishir.p Company wiil be hell at their ofliee in Phoenix. Arizona, on Monday, the ;0th diy of November, l'.tOH. CEO. W. YICKEUS. 1 'resilient. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. The partn-Tship heretofore exist in;; ! hetween Merit Foil ir.1 aud Ciias. M. ' iJeat h, tioini; hnsniess un ler the firm I name of I'ollarti .'i- Ceach .at. 10 and 12 VI. Wash;i!un street. 1'hoe'iix. Ari zona, 's this tiav dissolved 1 y mutual I consent. The Inisiness will l.e con- ' tinned hy M. I'ollard who will pay a'l debts of said lirm. ( HAS. M. C.EACII MEKIT 1UEEAKD. November Is. 1003. When in vllendalo stop at restaurant for a good meal. Lund's wife in divorce The bigamist realizes that a hand is .worth two in the court. Philadelphia It :cc rd. A woman never really is happy un less rhe feels that sh. is an object of envy. Philadelphia Record. KNOX, STETiSON, . NO NAME. These are oor three leading brands of hats, which we always tarry It; stock. For quality and Myle these makes cannot be surpassed. "The best is the cheapest in the end." iFflil thS'fei JTlie McDougall & Gassou Co. Pi Tin TAD TAD PAATC Uan and the bearing "Broadway Box, this famous mark jrjlfredPenjaminsC? MAKERS & NEW YORK fThe "Manhc'lan": cut from j olive, tan, end gray coverts t H short, snappy, and :llish. Ihz " Broadway Box": cut 40 inches long from blacks and Oxfords i for more conserva tive dressers. Beth have broad, concave shoulders, hand - padded ; close-fitting N collars, hand-felled ; unripable j pockets. No detail that will Radd to their appearance or serviceability is ever overlook U ed by BENJAMIN tailors. The price Is right. Your money back If anything Joel wrong. Vs'e alone tcl! them here. THE HUB. Phoenix, Arizona. Si V -i -ME- 1 AAKXRSOAEWyoRK Correct Cloths Ar Afci rmm ..i J "THE HUB." Fashionable hair dressing, mamcu--i::p. h;iir pootls, toilet articles and sbampooinp. Mrs. Efhe Ilorstman, llohues l.uiloinp, 4') N. 1st avenue. "Auction Pie" social District It School house Friday Light, Nov. G. Cone. There are thousands or '!r!.! rm ? school who neght to Wear glas.-es; eyes that are naturaily vea' alwa s beco lie woi se untler tht strain of constant stutly. W'e v. V be L'lad to exan ine your cnildreu's eyes at any time and make no charie for such st-rvic-t?. We will tell yo-i in w hat con dition we find them and advise you ;1s to t he necessity of wear i 1 1 V glasses. Consultation and Examinatton Fr'e. BEBBcPi & SWiKEHATK, Arizona's lectdinq Opticians. 7 W.'Adams St., rhoenix Ariz. A ROYAL STEAK. : fit for a k I:i Tint to prace the table of a free and independent American. A fair sample of .the lucious meats soid by Hurley's, where aTl that Is good, su perior, tender and juicy in beef, lamb, r.ulton, veal and roultry Is awaiting your orders. P. T. HURLEY, j: W. Wathlnstpa b. Tfcos II U I 1 TIP TOP FOP COATS. l v r t i.i ri. 7.v.',t.- v ,:1.'. Walk H E. M. DEI'KW Phoenix Harness and Saddlery Co. Wholesale and retail dealers in and manufacturers of Harness, Stock Saddles, Saddlery Hardware, Mexican Silver Inlaid Bits and Spurs. Tine Hand-Made Harness a Specialty. Telephone 1495 No. 37 N. For Sale. Fine 20-acre ranch close in; piovemer.ts; water right in canal. pood im ilaricppa 13-acre rrnth C miles northeast with good house; fine shade; orange grove; etc. 20-acre rar.ch. 4 rr.i'os out, all In al falfa, pood house, shade, well, etc. Good CO-pcre alfalfa ranch within four miles of town at a bargain. Tiaee line hornet on North Center strict, five, ten and twenty acres o? land with each place. Good 40-acre alfalfa ranch water ri.-rht in Maricopa canal. with Fine SO-acre improved ranch 'with ! water :n Maricopa car.al. at a bargain. All kinds of city property for sale. Five furnished rooms with bath for rent, two miles N. E. of Phoenix. E. . A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Arrived! Fresh Family Mackerel, Codfish, . . Bloaters, Pickles and Olives. One can Deviled Ham, 5c One pound Evaporated Apples lOc Ten pounds Oregon Potatoes, 25 c One can American Sardines, 5c C bars German Family Soap 25c Paff ord's Gash Store 29 South First Avenue. 'Ph6ne Red 555. N. PORTER, Saddle and Harness Go. 142 East Washington St. For our make of Arizona ' Styles of Saddles, Bridles,; Bits and Spurs. Prompt at-! tention to mail orders. i GRISW0LD, lh Bicvcle Man Is Arizona nirent for the Racycle, the best and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires and sundries. Most complete repair shop in the cltjr. Nos. 7 and 8, 8. First avenue. JliSf AN AN (El SONS Fine Footwear For Men and Women. Exclusive Agents for Phoenix. All sizes and widths, all leathers, latest styles. No back numbers; no fitting with in soles and stretchers. Experienced Shoe Men to Fit You. H. A. Diehl Shoe Co. - Overs, $3-50 and J. A. REDMAN First Ave., Phoenix, Arizona! i-M' M"l"I"M' l' f fr-M -4f!-fr.M.t..M..tfr-frfr' 1 ' f 4 Weather is coming. Better get a HEATING STOVE Now, and have it set up before we get too busy. TA3LBOT (SL t t 1 o o Ilarry Brlsley. c. A. Lroo. We are the Authorized Agents for 1 LIQUOZONE O O O O o BRISLEY In Hotel OOOOCOGOOOOO FOR SALE, CHEAP. Frame dwelling, G rooms, bath, screen porch, one lot on Ivast Washington bt. Cash price $1200. 010 acres of land 12 miles west of Phoenix, $0,500. B 16 SOUTH CENTER STREET. 1 ! CHEAP 160 acres suftar beet land, twelve miles northwest of rhoenix. r.O acres in alfalfa, 100 acres grain land, with 50 inches of water In Grand canal, half original share. , Easy terms. A snap. Price $2."i an acre. See me for ranches, houses and city lots for rent or for sale. Ternia made to suit purchaser. . 1 J. Ernest Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, 14-16 S. Second Ave. The Wonderful Changes e All Work Guaranteed. Consultation and Examination Free. Irvine Block, Next Door 1 A - I $4. A Careless Rider usually meets with frequen-' accidents; the most cautious sometimes do. Always take your repairing to our shop; we will save 3-011 money and give you satisfaction. LM.Depew&Co. 37 N. first Ave. HUBBARD; I DRUG CO. Ad&ms. OGOOOOOGOGCOOO 12EES3S3 B BEPEZ&l V A YE 111 J Bsrtifg?flgaeiMA''gjjj!fft DIRT. Walker, which time has wrought are sown in dentistry more striking ly than in any other science. No matter how badly your teeth are decayed, most of them can be saved by modern skill, and those which it is necessary to draw can be replaced by artificial teeth which can placed by artificial teeth which can not be told from .natural ones. Don't think that your teeth 'are past help let us examine them. to Donofrio, Up Stairs. J o o o o o o o o o