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REPUBLICAN, Winat Have You Done About Your Stove? Yesterday was a day to set you to thinking. You now realize that you un doubtedly need a stove. Now you are trying to decide what kind you want. Call at the store and let us show you a line of stoves and heaters. Look at our east window at the heaters there. They are the best oil heaters made. Drop in and we demonstrate them. Then look over the line of air-tight he'aters, stoves and ranges. Remem ber we handle the Charter Oak gnods. They cannot be beat. And the prices are all of them right. THURSDAY JIOIIIIINO, NOVEMBER 1, 100(1 Q ' Mens' I 127-133 EA3T ADAMS ST. bRItF SKtTCHtS OF WORTHY MEN Some of the Candidates on the Repub lican County Ticket and Good Rea sons For Their Election. A. E. Egley. the nominee on the re publican ticket for the office of county recorder, is the youngest candidate of all the nominees for county offices to he voted for at the election next Tues day. He has, however, been in business lor the. past ten years and durinjj that time has had the transaction of busi ness matters which have given him :t thorough training. Mr. Kgley was born in Adams county, Indiana in 1STS. His boyhood and young manhood were spent w ith his parents on a farm w here' he had a few months of study If. the winter and several months of work in the harvest fields during the summer. Leaving the farm, he went to Chicago, and entered upon his business career. In li03 Mr. Kgley came to Arizona to permanently reside. He shortly after ward entered into a partnership and began doing a brokerage and real es- tate business, in which business he has ) continued ever since. His line of bust- j ricss maK.es mm especially wen nueu for the office to which he seeks elec tion. His campaign has been made on a platform which pledges him to use the strictest economy in administering the affairs of the office should he be the successful candidate. Chaplain Scott, one of the republican nominees for the assembly, is so well known in Maricopa county that he needs no introduction to those who will decide the fate of the candidates at the plls on election day. For nearly twen tv vears he has been identified with the industries that have built up Mar- i icopa county and the territory. He is a large land owner at Scottsdale and , has been prominent in the horticultur al, agricultural and stock interests of the territory. He has as school trustee, visitor at the Normal, regent and chan cellor of the University at Tucson, done much" towards building up the splendid school system of the territory. He is not untried in the halls of leg- Dr. HIBBARD Sexual Blood and Genito urinary Organ Specialist. Urethral Obstructions Specific Blood Poison Nervous Debility Contracted Diseases The alove disorders with their terrible cff'M-ts cutis depression of mind mid wrecking of body ami rni-kingof the nervous system. Your lite mav be at stake. W hy not net the lo st of t rt-aum-iit. Il your eyesight is p.vor po to a reliable oculist, if your hearing i poor you need a imiipeleiu miri.-t. If your teeth iii-he nail on a tfood dentist If biirninir up with a fever or you have some acute disease consult your family physic ian. They should treat you. not I, lor I h not treat such cases and tiiey can do better by you. If however you have some serious disease in my line in which your life and health lie at stake, it is absolutely neeessarv for you to consult one who has ex pert skill, l'arKe experience and seientitii1 equipment, in order to be permanently and sueeessiully cured. Cacer and External Growths Removed Without the Vie of the Knife or Severe Measures and with Complete Sfety--Dr. Uibbard. Hibtmnl building, 2''i-2( South Second Avenue, I'hoenix Arizona. Consultation Free Hours 1012, 1-.! r,-7. ISI6.50 Tailor He Suits SI6.50I Beautiful, form favoring designs, in the new grey checks and plaids, or in colors. We have them only in 34, 36 and 38 bust measures, none worth less than $20, $22.50, $25.00. Choice for $16,50 G. D. CORSETS $1.25 to $5.50 Our expert lady fitters' ser vices are free to all purchasers. You take no chances of getting '"just your size." We also carry the Chicago Hy pienic Waist, the great health Garment. W ? F 1 2 !! y I C'3 EZRA W. THAYER Don't Forget to Look Over Our Rigs 124-126 islation, but he served this county as a member of the twentieth legislature, and is now making his camp;ign on his excellent record. He was as u legisla tor, fair, just and friendly and com manded the confidence of the other members of the legislature. He was broad minded, and wise in promoting good legislation. He was admittedly one of the best, if not the best parlia mentarian in the twentieth assembly. He had the complimentary vote ofi his party at the organization of the i assembly for the speakership and near the close of the session by unanimous f vote was made the speaker. He believ ed that a representative should repre sent his constituency and be a servant of those who elect him. In the present campaign he is attracting his oid friends and bringing to his support many new ones. He helps in all pos sible and legitimate ways at opportune times, all of the candidates! on the re publican ticket. Chaplain Scott is the same large hearted, fair minded cam- ,,ajgner that he is citizen and neighbor j He is sound and out spoken on all the vital issues of this campaign Ui the county and territory. If elected he will be better qualified to serve the people than ever before and can be counted on to do wisely and will. Elliott Kvans, a member of the re publican assembly ticket, has been niakil!g vo:es for hjmpeir ever since the afternoon of the COUnty convention which nominated him. He is a good ! republican. He was born in Philadel- phia, Nov. 19. 1S57, and cast his first . presidential vote for James A. Garfield. ' In several instances during the cam- j paign Mr. Kvans has explained the j great need of independence in county ; I politics. It is his practice and h'e main- , tains that it should be the practice of i every voter in the county, to vole for (the man best fitted for an office irres pective of what ticket his name hap- pens to appear upon. Ills ideas of good republicanism however, include plenty of pre-conven:ion work, and the seeing to it that the best men in the party- are nominated for places of public I trust. He believes that that is the way j to make the party successful and he insists that it builds faster and better j than in any other way, a party organ ization. The ranchers of the valley have long needed men familiar with the agricul- tural industry in the law making body of the territory and in Mr. Kvans they i have such a representative. In addi I ! I Slothing Succeeds Line succc. j DR. niSCARD IS KNOWN THROUGHOUT THI SOUTH ST AS Leaiini Specialist IN CHRONIC DISEASES He has the confidence and patronage cf th. leading busiues? men and most promineut citizens of Arizona. Tbe Doctor s a graduate of I Harvard M3dical Coliefa. Was formerly a mem i ber of the Rhode Island and Colorado State Medical ' Soc'etiss, and United States Pbmsiom 2xau- t:4R. iieaith H wealth-hconomf to Dc we J 1 I , Are yon eulferintf from some chroaic ahectionl ( Are rou weak, sick and unable to perform th ; ordinary duties of life? If so, beware of patent j medicines, inexperienced and unskilled physi- j cians. Dr. Hibbard employs none bnt rational ; and scientific methods he- uses no iigariout , drn?s in removing che poi3onons effects of BLOOD AND PRIVATE DlSEAShS from the , system. tsfcAUAlj rA n to, wiin au i I . baneful effect poeitively rured by the latest j ' and best remedies. Chronic, nervous, blood i Kinney, urinary, oiaauer ara speciaj aisesset i treated in a strictly up-to-date manner. Hibbard Buiiain?, 26-28 South 2nd A., Phoenix, Arizona Consultation free, liours 1U to 12 ; 1 to 3, anC to 1. AddrMS all communications. SKILLFUL SUCCESSrLU RELIABLE OBOCRES5IVE. v: m to M ! n 5S I u a iwsww EAST WASHINGTON 8TREET tiou to his knowledge of affairs agri cultural. Mr. Evans has had many years of a commercial training. For many years he was in the iron import ing business in Pennsylvania. In lisl'l he came to this valley. Sir. Kvans invested in cattle and by his care and good judgment met with financial success in the venture. He afterwards purchased a herd of dairy stock and went Into the dairying busi ness. At present he is the president and general manager of the A: izona Dairy and Supply company. It is very seldom any community has the good fortune to secure such a legislator as Mr. Kvans would make and no doubt the voters will avail themselves of the offered opportunity. o DANGERS FROM DYSPEPSIA. Imperfect Digestion Most Prolific Cause of Serious Disease. Few people seem to realize the real dangers in disturbed, deficient or i!- ) fective digestion. ) While h-ahli reports do not give rn d'gestinn as a cause of death, yet it i in reality often fatal, as it so weakens the stomach that one becomes readily susceptible to an attack of typhoid fever, kidney diseaf-e, nervous prostra tion or other serious or fatal disease. At the first symptoms of indigestion. Mi-o-na stomach tablets should be used. If there is a feeling of heaviness in the stomach, distress after eating, nervousness, dizziness, nausea, head aches, sleeplessness, pains in the side and limbs, specks before the eyes, or a peevish, irritable condition. with de bility and weakness, begin the use of Mi-o-na at once. It will build up the sto;nac-h and di- Restive organs so that you can eat mything at anv time without fear of distress or indigestion. A 50- cent box of Mi-o-na tablet.-; will. n must' cases, give prompt reliei and cure, although in chronic and long standing weakness of the stomach, two box'-s or more are sometimes needed, but the Larsen Drug company guar antees Mi-o-na will cure, in all cases. no matter how cronic or serious, or money will be refunded. You run no risk whatever in buying Mi-o-na. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of the district clerk, the probate court and the county re- corder' are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title company. The records for yesterday were: RKCOHDKIl'S OFFICK. a;" audia Ft. 1'ope and husband to H. Jer. lot 13 block 31, Olendale. Henrietta I:. Lantz et al to Meta i: I Hazelton et al undiviled half interest j in HE iuarter section 23 1 N 4 K. j W. J. Kingsbury and wife to N. ' Stewart lot 12 blot k 7 Goldman's addn. j to Tempe. j Harris II. liich and wife to Kleanor Ii. Lane lots 10 and 12 block 13 Drills ' addition. : " young man who works for the , ,.,,.,,, , : ,,... .r.n-, best interests of pis emploer doesn t have to worry about a lire escape. Chicago News, " ty' Guarantee on r. IN Rubber Goods Apply at all times. We have new stock and complete assort ment. Call ami compare. You get what you ask for at The BEAR DRUG STORE POTTER & ROZIENE, Props, Opp. City Hall. See the Bears in the window. !U' mmmmit u- lm I Fi fM I . -D - I M I III I J"' T TP- 4 1 3-f E a ' 1 br M ' .AZ. jfr " -.--- j v ; V I?. Ii f f Mill I ill T J&''' " SSi ll iV This NOTICE! Jit I sP B trTS gl Reserved fj egsgagggr-- V fill Cood suits at medium prices will be very scarce in most stores this season. There has been a bij advance in the price of woolens, trimmings, labor and in fact, in everything that goes into a r.uit of clothes. We anticipated this advance and wisely made provisipti for our fail stock before it took place. i! Today we are showing the best $10.00 and $12.50 men's suits the town affords. The best tailoring, the best fabrics and the best of everything that it is possible for the money to procure. The m:n who wants a medium priced fall and winter suit will make a bad blunder if he fails to come here for it. Ciatisi act iob SANTA FE PRESCOTT AND PHOE NIX RAILWAY COMPANY. Stockholders' Meeting. Notice, i-s b.ere'iy t;iven that the An mial Meeting of the Stockholders of the Santa l'e, Prescott anil I'hoenix Ilailway company will be held at the office of this company, in the city of I'rescott. Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the L'lst day of November. 19f'6. at 12 o'clock noon of said day. for the purpose of elect i 1,2: a Hoard of directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly b? brontrht before lh meeting. Books for the transfer .f stock will be closed November 6th, re maining closed until December Gt'n. 1906. Dated at I'rescott. Arizona, 1 1 .-1 lotli day of October llioc. fSipned) F. M. MURPHY, WALLACE FAIRBANK. Iresldi nt. Secretary. ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA RAIL WAY COMPANY. Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby piven that the An nual meeting- of the Arizona and Cal ifornia Ilailway comp.'.ny. will be he.d at the office of this company, in"th? cuy of Prescott, Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the 21st day of November, 11)06, at 12 o'clock noon of said day. for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before the tyetinfr. Fooks for the transfer of stock will be closed November fith, re maining closed until December 0th. F'OH. Dated at Prescott, Arizona, this 15th day of October lr-m;. (Signed) F. M. MFP.PIIY, WAI.LACi: FAIFFANK. President. Secretary. PHOENIX AND EASTERN RAIL- ROAD COMPANY. Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby fjiven that the An nual Meeting of the Stockholders of 1 the Phoenix and Eastern Railroad Company will be Iwld at the office of this company, in the city of Prescott, Territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the 21st day of November, 1900. at 12 o'clock noon of said day. for the pur pose of electing a Foard of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before t!io meeting. Fooks for the transfer of stock will be closed November Cth, re maining closed until December C, 190C. Dated at Prescott, Arizona, this loth day of October l'juS. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, WALLACE FAIRBANK. Presider.t. Secretary. Get your hand in the dough and ask your grocer for Perfect flour. 1 Ask for Ruby Flour and "practice! P" for the prize. Love may bubble over, but bate is "pt to slop over. Chicago News. sr.:. If you believe in Arizona products, ! ask your grocer for "Daisy Plour" and try for the prize at the Fair. Ilen'-y M nil lard's famous New Tork , candies received fresh every week at ' the I'hoenix llakery. Hair dressir-K parlors. Cotton Dlock C. M. STEPHENS South Texas Art Co. aent, bMtcl I'ho. i:ix. Takes his own oiVr.- and deiivi-rs his own picture s. Yankee doodle doodle doo, Yankee doodle dandy, Just fill your girl to the neck On Dcnofrio's Crystallized Cactus Cantly. 1 Have ynu seen the beautiful prize which will be awarded best bread from D.iisv Flour? its at S13.00 You will find tin; new Plaid Silk Shirt Waist Suits wilh ban 1-niade yokes and fan plaited Skii is, to be finite th- nattiest creation of the present se ison. 'l iie styles riht u; to date. j Cj Petticoats at 36 and Up You wiil find us with a nev lino of Petticoats, mule of Silk and of the late style piaids and other new effects. If you want the choice come early. '-X. Lib! 3 E i 3 I ill - - : - ?. t.u:- . - r--..-!-'- .-r- Fifteen assays or analyses for $3.00. Gold. Silver, Lead, Copper, Iron, Zinc, Silica, Calcium or Manganese. Write for particulars. THE HENRY HANSON CHEMICAL RESEARCH CO., Analytical and Consulting Chemists, 54 Railroad Bldg., Denver, Coi, U. S. A. Orders e.i!!?;! for .md delivered. Thone Flack S33. THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS is the best place in town to get your clothes cleaned or dyed. fvlrs. Lillur Wilson' and Claud Jones, 239 Fast Washington St. Props. Suits 813.50 and Up We have just received another shipment of those T" l ular Ombre Plaid Suits. Just the thing for Fair week. There is just one of a kino, so come early and get first chob c. Infants3 Wear - Today we have opened the most complete line of Infants' Wear we have ever shown arid feel sure that every want of the baby can be gratified heic. There are too many items to even try to mention. A loik in our east window will giv- you an idea of our infants' department. If I -5 ?M 3i imm : mm si mm ; lij I j fel sUll jl! x.h H: mm L ; :,i n V. ...... i'o-'lNl - tmt' mr- "i "THE BEST ALWAYS" n i I i E I flMEl! Grocer Go. PATEN i. PATENTS 11am rd Jc Baxytajn. IjM Angelaa. 0nd far frs bok on tuU Waists Our line of Silk Shirt Waists Is individual and strictly up to date: n new ones arriving daily. A -look at them is convincing. Comforters at 1.25 Extra special for a few days "r while they last. A good large, well-made Comforter, a regular $1.75 quality for this sale, at tlv? above price. The quantity is limit ed, so be on time.