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j tit: ilti.th.t r;rUJJl,U S, SUNDAY JIOKXINO, SEPTE:ilI5EIi 11, 1904.
To Owners of Gasoline Engines and Automo Joe Eusli, the well known butcher, will open the Valley market next door to the post office Monday mornins. Sept. 12. lie vi!l keep constantly on Sin irts j hand all kinds of fresh meats, poultry. nsn, oysters, etc. biies r 11 0 THE AUTO-SPARKER does away entirely with all starting and running batteries, their annoyance and expense. No Belt No Switch No Batteries. Can be attached to any engine now using batteries. Fully guaranteed. Call or write and we will give you a descriptive catalog. 2RA W. THAYER, 124-120 East Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Street. REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE IN FRO NT. The Kelso and Sixth Avenue Hotel both under the management of Mrs. Kelso, are being1 thoroughly cleaned and renovated for the reason. Kelso hotel and dining rooms open Sept. 13. Sixth avenue hotel Oct. 1. For correct prescription work try Dowd's the little drug store -with the little prices. Opera house block. Hoghe Js back at the range again cooking famous hamburgerss and juicy steaks. Strangers In Phoenix It will pay you to look up Dowd's, the little drug store with the little prices. Opera House block RUMMAGE SALE. OFF FOR VICTORIES Two Phoenix Baseball Tai iting Today. is Go Vis- The riKjeiiix baseball team loft for Tucson l.ust right, well organized, fully equipped and in high siiiits. They go to play their record game with the Grays, having won their first one on the Tucson ground. The Grays, though, have never been fully satisfied with the first game, alleging that their reg- . ular team was a little shy and that they were out of practice. In f ict ihey intimated that the success of the Fhoe nix team was accident rather than line work and that it could not repea.1 the performance. The Phoenix team on the contrary believes that when it is in good form it can always defeat tlij Grays and it is just now in good form, hence the invitation for another meeting was accepted. It was at Tuc son the team earned the sobriquet, "The Ladies," and the boys are going to prove on this trip that it is no dis grace to be a. lady. At this writing there is no indication that the game, today will be other than a good fair contest in which event the;e is every reason to believe the rhocnix team will win, but if fortune should be against it and things are on the square iheie will never be a mur mur, f8" the Phoenix Iadies are- gujne. Following is the personnel of the Phoe nix team and the positions in which each man will play: Loman, catcher; Yv'imp, pitcher; Jennings, first base; t'unningham,' second base; Sullivan, third 1 ase: Avery, shortstop; Davi- l.-fl field; Walilen. center field; "Wil liamson, right field; Delgado, sub pitcher; Lutgerding, sub wherever needed. Following is a. very complimentary notice given to the Phoenix team by thr Tucson Citizen that came yoster day: "No matter what nickname the Phoe liix team may be known under, they have certainly shown themselves to be good fellows and good sportsmen by the way they have consented to .come litre for another game, without in sisting that the Grays should first there. They may be finical regarding deportment, but they have proved ithmselves to be true sportsmen." The Phoenix Juniors are also going iut of town today on a still hunt for the scalps of the Piescott Juniors, which team they defeated by a fright ful score a short time ago. Just what will happen in Prescott 'today is a maitter of conjecture, for there are lots of ball players in that section and the hill people may have fixed up a plot to ambush the valley kids. But if they face 'the same aggregation that came to Phoenix there is no reason for any cold feet on the part of the capital city fans, for the Phoenix boys are good players for their size and age. Following is the personnel of the team and the position it is expected each one will till: Doniinick, catcher; Graham, pitcher; Sharkey, fir ft base; Porter, second base; Kero, third base; Michael, shortstop; Baldwin, left field; Vinson, center field; Danley, right field; Mc Farland and 'Thompson, subs. o COFFEE What becomes of all the good coffee ? , Ask your grocer. What of the poor? Don't ask him. ' He return yoor money If yo don't like Schilling's licit. MURDER AT CROWN KING Justice of the Peace Reynolds Killed by Andreas Bcstamente. Justice of the Peace Reynolds v:w murdered at Crown King on Friday night by a man by the name of An dreas I'.ustamente. Information or the murder was received at the ofiice of the shci iff here yesterday morning. There we're no accompanying details and none had been teceived at a late hour last night. It was only stated that P.ustamente had fled. Soon after the commission of tnr crime word was sent to Prescott and HherifT Roberts It ft for Crown King on a special 'tn.in to be in the pursuit or the murderer. This description of him lias .been sent out with instructions to his captor, whoever he may be, to hold l'.ini a-nd notify the nearest sheriff: "Andreas Busuamente, about 5 feet, 10 inches, slim built, hollow chest, weight about I t") to ! l")0 pi.unds, :7 to ."0 years old. straight black hair,' small hlnck moustache, black eyes, is light colored for a Mexican, has scar fiom l;ullet wound on right side of neck, was wearing old pair overalls, light colored shirt, light colored cow-boy hat." It curiously happens that there is a man by the name of Bustamente here with a scar similar to that mentioned In the description of the murderer, only it is on the other saide of the face. Nothing Succeeds Like Success. BR. mSSARD IS KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHWEST AS A Leaiinn: Specialist I ft CHROMIC DISEASES DR. HIBBARD Good second hand shirt waists, jack rts, skirts and underwear chcai a.t W. C. T. II. rooms. f Ho haa tho cocfidenco r.ad ,patroimfn of the landing business men, and moat iirumiucut cit.izeis of Arizona. Tho Doctor is n eraiiunto f Harvard Medical College. Was formerly a mem oer of the Rhode island a .id Colorado Stats Medical Societies, mid United Statjls Tension xau :xlr. Health is wealth Economy to bo well! has returned home after hi u?iml MinimeT v 'tion well rested rfter a visit to tho World's Fair and a soj.iuru on the I'Briftc CohM. lie is now rc ay to receive all frit-rids and ratrons A cordial greeting is lurcby extended to the public. Square Dealing is tlir doctor's motto. The latest buu mo.si st i. mine methods are his methods. For many yours he has bren in 1'hoenix and in the 'same locality, and this of itelt bespeaks large conf.den c aixl lib eral upprt. By reason oi rpec al swee-s-ful proierMunal work lie has thought it de- irfhle to advertise his specialty, hich be does in a clear t tit, hrnest whv, mm tuns tie s a hi all Lix but i.uwu u.,.uu,.. u .uu The longer the-ailment the reore 'li flu Dili's in rwmovtntr tho jmsnoU9 ettects ot ,.,,. riii Ni Yon alon- J,ru,''Vm,A,' V'", '; ruffvriT. Y..ur own jiiilirmcn' in ,i t wua au m; ,t,.ular case is :te bet- Get the osriful ettectj positively cured ry the bitest ...,,1 ...... I. ..,,.. ...-r-...,Q t,l..l HlCl.l. 4refouw,ak.Siekr,,d unable u. vf.,r the 7'," J ' ' jramnry duties o li:ei it fo. mwatooi pateni -- ncrficiu?.. inespertciicrd land unskilled j.liysi. CHH0MC DISEASES a specialty. little! Mrt ni- ilr. 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SUCCESSFUL 'ROGI!c "CV'E Don't let your horses, scratch and worry and loose flesh, its cruelty to animals, when you can buy a remedy that will cure if for 50c. We will give any owner of a mangy horse (who is not able to buy a bottle) a sample KKKE to prove to you its curing properties. Try it and be con vinced. ' You get it at BEXR'S Drug; Store. Opposite City Hail. Send us your mail orders for every thing in the drug line. -se? &rn r-" KrfCfe r. CAR APPLES CAR APPLES CAR APPLES Oranges, Lemons, also Bananas. We 3rercceivcinrj daily fresh Orders cf STRING BEANS, WAX EEANS, LETTUCE, CELERY, GREEN 'CHILI, CUCUM- EERS, ' TOMATOES, GREEN CORN, CABBAGE, BEETS, TURNIPS, SWEET POTATOES,, FEACMES, PEARS, GRAPES. irts" Golf! Made up in Plain and Fancy Oxfords, Piques, Mercerized Linens and Per cales. Plain or Pleated Bosoms. Xoat o r r Regular styles, with or without cuffs attached. if j n t Mi dia t . a? , it. H i K Pi 1 1 h mm If! I I ilywii Neg'lig' i .Shirts that are built for Comfort and Service. In f Oxfords, Percales and Flannels. Both Light and Heavy weights in Regular and Extra Full size to fit all shapes of men. We are head- S quarters for veg etables and fruit E. S. Wakefin Grocer Co. ..i.lLiJIl,Wg.'i-'Hi'J.IW.WI We have just received An Immense Assortment of FALL In' all the latest patterns; in the famous "E. & W., "Eagle" and "Calumet" brands. These garments pos sess every detail that makes Shirt Perfection, and rec ommend themselves to careful buyers To men who (I appreciate getting DOUBLE THE WORTH OF THEIR I MONEY: Be ear,ly in your inspection of these lines for t there will be choice picking. GOLDBERG BROS. CO. EXCLUSIVE OUTFITTERS FOR. MEN AND BOYS. Corner Washington and First Streets. 4 THIS Is what we want YOU TO KROW. We sell only the best gro ceries and yoa sire none; by buying from os. Remember w. haW th bMl Teaa and Coffees for tb money. W deliver you order very promptly anjrwher In tour. G.t your C ROGER! ES FRANK GR I EBEL'S 118-220 W. Washington St. Phone 431. r, : , 1 1 ' r! ' R0'! i Here S - i er- . 1 v--y' j. i ' r ,1 si'n -; r i m fa 0 With it comes our annual announcement and the un folding for your approval of our array of Woolens and of style in variety large enough to suit the most fastidious and exclusive enough to maintain our past reputation for the INDIVIDUALITY that correctly dressed men appreciate. We ask you to notice particularly the cut, fit and the natural dignity these broad shoulder effects lend the body grace in every lice and an individuality that has made our reputation for refinement and elegauce in men's Clothing one to be envied. FINE - WOOLENS In the way of Woolens we've everything a man's heart could desire in large variety and most DESIRABLE patterns we could find in the market that are decidedly exclusive. We have spared no time or expense in fitting up the most up to date Tailoring Emporium in the West. We invite an early inspection in the event of which you are assured of Courteous Treatment and a Very Ileatty Welcome. D. Nicholson, Importing Tailor. J 1 1 Our PEERLESS GASOLINE Engines are simply constructed, have few wearing parts, and are therefore very easily operated, and can be run and cared for by any one, whether famil iar with gasoline engines or oot. They are well made of very best material, crank shafts are solid forged, all gears are machine cut, and all fittings and attachments are strictly first-class in every particular, and the very best that can bs furnished. a I i J CLARK -PRATT VEHICLE CO. Wagons, Carriages, Harness, Farming Implements ----- South First Street. We have just received a complete as sortment of Flannelettes and Outing Flannels for Fall and Winter wear. You'll find them just the thing for house dresses, wrappers, dressing sacks, etc. Over 150 patterns to choose from HUH i