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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNTN O, SEPTEMBER !, 1904
DOES YOUR GUN NEED
If w. tii-ins; it in now. so as to ffive us plenty of time on it. The fall and
.rvtflr hunting season will soon be here and 'many people wait 'till the last
minute Ix-fore getting their repairing clone and then frequently have to wait
... r.il-d-iy.; bring your repair work in now, and when you need the gun call
and t;et it. We carry a large line of extra parts and fittings for nearly all
stiind:;rd make of Fhot guns, rifles an d revolvers, thereby saving you a great
deal over the cost of hand made part". Remember, we will not turn out a
"sloppy" or botched job of work, and have every facility for doing first class
light repairing, mode'i making, etc.
PINNEY . ROBINSON,
THE GUN STORE
BiejeiH.Onns, Cameras. Klm'k Typewriters, Sporting Goods.
40 North Center Street. Phoel.
Turning our Straw Hats into
"See Our West Window.
, Your Choice
Larger Assortment Inside.
PLANK, the Hatter
T EAST LAKE PARK
The SPOONER DRAMATIC GO.
Friday and Saturday Nights
Popular prices 10, 20, 30 and BOo.
Dances every Tuesday and Friday
P. 0. BOX 864
PHONl KtU 494 .
for serving you with the best
the market affords In eatables
are unsurpassed. Our cold stor
age department is fitted with all
the latest appliances for pre
serving meat and vegetables. A
trial will convince you that we
are headquarters for GOOD
THINGS TO EAT.
DEATH OF J. D. M0NIH0N
One of Phoenix' First Citizens and
Arizona's Oldest Pioneers.
Colonel J. D. Monihon died last even
ing a.i 7:43 o'clock at 'his residence in
iao l.inville addition to the city o
nioenix, alter u -long and painful ill
ness. The immediate cau.e of his
death can scarcely be given as it seem
ed to result from general debility thai.
has constantly increased during the
later years of his life and more espe
cially since he was lirst attacked with
cancer of the toes a few years ago. II;
submitted to various operations for
that disease and seemed to be recover-
at Tempting Prices.
"I X L" Brand chicken tamales,
clam chowder, deep sea clams, maci
roni and cheese, 2 cans for. 25c.
15c can Chili Con CarnI 10c
2lV can Rex Chili Con Cam! 15c
3 pound can Baked Beans 20c
French Peas and Mushrooms
At Reduced Prices.
Fancy Rice, 3 pounds for 25c
Royal Crackers 10s
These are extra choice package
crackers usually sold at 15o.
Famous the country over, 2 for 15c.
E. WASHINGTON ST.
FRUIT LEMONADE BOTTLED.
j Raspberry sherbet, clarique, cherry,
sherbet, etc. A non alcoholic, refresh -!
ing pure fruit, concentrated lemonade,
ready for instant use.
25 cents a bottle
Dozens of other items at reduced
fBONE MAIN 61.
OEFon all HAMMOCKS at THE FAIR, the
cheapest place in town fcr TIN, GRANITE
WARE and NOTIONS.
"Ours are the prices that make 'em
And crowd the store that's always
ed but his stomach, bronchial passagas
and other-internal orgun3 succumbel
to the weakness of age and perhaps
the taking of much strong -medicine
necessary in combatting his previous
He is survived by h in wife, formerly
Mis.-; Josie C. IjinvHle, whom he mar
ried in 1.77, and an only daughter.
Miss Anna Monihon.
Funerr.l nrrangements ihavo not yet
been perfected but it is likely he will
be buried under the auspices of trie
Masonic lodge of which he has been a
member for many years, the G. A. R.
and the Phoenix fire department. Col
onel Monihon is among the oldest pio
neers of the territory and particular
ly of this valley and his life story
since the date of t lie civil war is ir.
large part, the story of the wrestinj?
of this region from the hands of th
savages and the building of this me
tropolis. Mr. Monihon was born in Oneida
county, X. Y., in November, 1S3G, go
ing to St. Lawrence county at two
years of age. His life was .that of
farmer boy till 1854 when 'he caught
the gold fever and went to California,
via the ithmus, devoting himself to
mining till tho outbreak of the civil
war when he joined company F, First
California infantry Und served till th-
close of the war. His regiment served
through Arizona and New Mexico and
his lirst glimpse of this valley was dur
ing the encampment of a detachment
of it at Maricopa Wells. July 4; 1S62.
he fired the celebration salutes to th
Hag at Tucson leaving there on -.tin;
10th for the Rio lrande. They we: ?
attacked on the K!h at Apache Paw
by tlie Apaches under command of
Chief Cochire. It was a terrific en
gagement, 77 Indians being kHh-d wild
Cochise being among the wounded. His
regiment served in New Mexico during
The next fourteen months then came
back to Arizona, establishing Fort
Whipple where he remained until his
Subsequently for some .time 'he was
engaged in mining and in carrying
mail through the Indian country of
ceaitia' and northern Arizona where h
had many thrilling experiences. Fin
ally coming to this valley he built ih
second house in Phoenix and planted
the first eottonwood tree. He was en
gaged in the livery business for many
years on the site now occupied by the J
-.loiiimm uiock, w:iicn :t imm in
1SS9. He was a member of the board
of supervisors in 1S74. In 1882 he was
ejected -a city councilman,' in 1S99 h
was made chairman of the Arizona In
sane Asylum board. In 1S93 and again
in lsOC he was 'letted mayor of Phoe
nix. He is also often refused to as the
father of the Phoenix fire department.
He wasa prominent member of the
Masonic lodge of this city and hus also
Our Men's ITettleton and Crosset Shoes in fifty styles,
new, up-to-date, $3.00 to $6.00
Many lines of the cheaper grades $1.50 to $2.50
Twenty-five styles Ladies' Shoes in, and as many more by
Oct. 1st, $3.00 to $5.00. In the cheaper grades a full
Our Boys' and Misses' Shoes are all in. We are ready for
school and the price is right, $1.50 to $3.50
Don't forget our Hosiery Stock, the best in the city.
Phone Main 274.
27-29 E. Washington Street.
Phoenix, A. T.
held various offices in the grand body.
TIu waj also a past commander of J.
W. Owens post O. A. R. and wai for
merly a delegate to the grand encampment.
The roaster picks out of
the market the coffees to
roast; that's why.
Write for our Knowledge EcoV, A Schilling &
Company, San t rancivo.
THE ONLY ON'.
We are the only distillers In this
country selling direct to consumers.
Like every success, we have imitators
who '-'claim" to be distillers. They are
not take our word. Just see govern
with a distillery. For proof, you need
not take our word, ust see govern
ment reports! They are dimply deal
ers, and can "doctor" their whiskey as
much as they like and call it any ag.
for unfortunately the government does
not control dealers as it does distillers.
Now, there dealers are in busings for
profit, so when they offer 8 'to 12-year-old
whiskey for the same or less money
than we, as distillers, can sell 7-year-old,
the inference is plain. Their
whiskey Is not the age they claim and
is adulterated and watered. The cheap
er they sell, the more water and adul
teration you get. Beware of our im
itators. If you want honest whiskey, direct
from our own distillery, with all its
original richness and flavor, carrying a
United States registered distiller's
gL-arantee of purity and age and sav
ing you the dealers' enormous profits,
then accept th offer we make you else
where in this paper. It 'is backed by
a company with a capital of JTjOO.OOO
paid in full, the proud reputation of
35 years of continuous success, and
over a quarter of a million- satisfied
customers, ?o you run no rink. Thrf
Hayner Distilling company.
Etoxoa gpJ Slips into Satis-
t$&ftifi faction. '
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DON'T MISS .THEM.
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Do You Need a New Carpet
This Fall ? If so, it will pay
you to see our line today and
buy at today's prices.
All Wool Ingrain Carpets, hoavy
two-jily, in new paUorns; sc:ld or
S.'e per yard. Today's 70 J
price. ht yard I
Axininior, croquette, and Vtlvot
Carpet, all lii'h rrado ffcod--, in
hoautil'iil rolorinsrs and design-,
worth $!.:.( per yard. C fl ir
Today's jirioo, per yd. $ tLJ
Feather Pillow., covered with rrooit
tickin:. wei-h 3 pounds. Worth
1.00 each. T.nlay's 7C
priee. each ... 3t,
Cotton Blankets in Gray. White and
Tan, 10-1 size, for today, A FT f
per pair only ...vPcrv
Heavy Gray Mixel Blankets, 11-4
i-izc, worth $1.30 per pair. Today's
price, jkt pair
All Wool Grey Blanket'--, full 10-4
size, well finished, regular price
?1.30 jK.r pair. Today's TA
price, per pair pd.3U
All Wool California Blankets in
Brown or Gray, full size, regular
price. $3.30 per pair.
Today's pice, per pair
LADIES' KID GLOVES
dust received a new lino of Ladies'
Ire?scd Kid Gloves in fill sizes -and
colors. Xow going at,
Ill 7 H jMl
School opens on the l!Mili of this
month and you wll need some
clothing 1W the loys. It will pay
you to attend this special sale and
ave money on all boys' eloMiing.
Boys' Scho.il Pants in dark colors,
vcrv ftrong and duraMe; all sizes.
Worth from 03c to "3c wr vard.
Today's price, per
Boys' School Suits made of all wool
materials cxtli well made; all size.?.
AVoith $-2.30 ner suit. Today's
Boys' Fine All Wool School Suits
in new patterns, all sizes.' Worth
$100 and $3.30 each. Today's
price, per suit . . ,
Children's Kangaroo Calf Shoe, all
solid; the liest school shoe made.
Size, 8 1-2 to 12. $1.25. JT (
1'2 l-'2 to 2.... 01 . JU
Misses' and Children's Kid and Calf
Lace Shoes, light and heavy soles;
all solid leather. Price Q J-A
$1.23 and mj)
Mis.--.es Spring Heel School Shoes,
heavy soles; all sizes from (J1 CA
2 1-2 to 5 1-2. Price $1.)U
BcaV and Youths' B. Calf School
Shoes, heavy soles', l'ricc d JTA
$1.23 and ". p!3"
Boys' and Youths' Kangaroo Oah
Seamless Shoes, quilted soles; the
be?t scliool shoes ever made. Sizes,
12 to 2, -orice $1.73;
2 1-2 to 5 1-2
juai iv;. 'i.vr,
Little Gents' Calf t Shoes, all solid
lace shots with" hooks.
Sizes, 9 1-2 to 13 1-2.
Swiss Curtains witli deep ruflles.
2 1-2 yards long, worth "3c a liair.
Today's price, per
BuHlcd Bobinott Curtains with,
deep l.icc edge, 3 yards long. 1'eg
ular price, $2.50 per air. Today's
BufHed Bcdanetit Curtains with lace
ami inserting to match. Worth
$3.00 per pair. Today's. C7
price, per pair V
I'.ohinctt Curtains with deep laee
edge and inserting, very swell.
Worth $1.00 per pair. C 1 P
Sale price, per pair . . J) cr I J
Swell Bobinei4 Curtains, 3 1-2 yds.
loner, vcrv fine net. ' Wortli $5.00
per' pair. Today's price, A
led, preen and
Mercerized Portieres in Red, preen and
Old Rose. 3 1-2 yards lonsr. Regular
price $5.C0 per pair. '
Today's price, per
Thousands of Rem
nants of wool and
cotton goods of ev
ery description are I
on our remnant ta
bles, all reduced
from hr to h the
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