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TI1E ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MOKMXC, OCTOBER 0, 11)08. MOO EES STOVES ALWAYS PLEASE lute fewf THE HINGED KEY PLATE on MOORE'S STEEL RANGES is the handiest thin; imaginable Just puli a, chain and up goes the whole front section of the top, making the entire fire box accessible. Then you can lay kindling, poke the fire, broil or toast, just as you want to, with none of the usual annoyances. These Ranges are nearer per fection in many ways than any you have ever seen, and it will give us pleasure to show you what a modern up-to-date range is. Davidson's Cash Store DON'T FAIL TO VISIT OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT. 2-24 West Washington St.. Phoenix. LONGER ARMS? No. it's in it lmip 1 1 if r sight th.it you Glasses which will ; r arms, nir far need, it's Glasses. !! ynu to bring yn'.ir paper up ti ye and give you That's what you the place to get you. 14 inches from the I'lfitr. restful vision. want, fiml lure is th m. We'll please DR.E.MUNSON . Arizona' Leading Optician. Throat Sore? You say you don't need Cough Syrup until you begin to cough. Io you know the value of White I'ine iind Tar Cough Syrup? mr Syrup White Pine and Tar by its tonic properties, prevents colds, cures sore throat, cures lung soreness. It prevents. If you will take it at the very start, you will thwart a cold every time. Trice 50 cents. LARSON DRUG CO. N. W. Cor. Center and Wash ington StS. Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoenix, Nov. 9-H. 19'iS. Attractions Extraordinary. i jj; WAS GOOD YESTERDAY Jj j IS GOOD TODAY WILL BE GOOD TOMORROW. y T I V IVttids l'.rcad, made in our-T X clean, sanitary hake shop. 3. X I Horn Baking Co. 1 M. J. PETTI D, Mgr. jj. Lower Prices on account of lxttc-r prices on Glass and Freight Rates. Olivette Brand Olive Oil Barge size SI. 10 Medium size (0 Small size )C i-i-gal. bottle or tin S2.00 Gallon bottle or tin SSiXi A rebate of 25c on gallon bottles and tins; l"c on half gallon bottles and tins, when empty, at your grocer's. Munger Bros. Company. DAILY VXF LIGHTS yet f OF LOCAL INTEREST J PRAYER MEETING. The prayer meeting at the Crittcnton Home to night at 7:Jn o'clock will be conducted by the young ladies of the Christian church. A SHORT VISIT. Raymond Sutter white, land office inspector is here for a brief visit from New Mexico and Texas where he is kept busy as a bee with official business. THE KINGS EN ROUTE. Homer King yesterday received a telegram from his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. R King, that they are en route home from Portland. Oregon, and will come direct except for a day's visit in San Fran cisco. G. A. R. MEETING. James H CreigLon adjutant, acting by order of a committee, requests ail members of J. W. ( wens Post G. A. H. to meet ill Veteran's hall Wednesday October 7. at 2 o'clock p. in. It is requested that ail will come without further notice. SURVEYS APPROVED. The sur veyor general has approved Mineral Surveys Nos. ;53l, l',"i33 and I'JJT. Hrooks, Reaver and Itlaek Prince lode Mining claims, respectively, situated in the owens Mining District Mohave county, and claimed by J. D. Hubbard. Also Mineral Survey No. Otsego '.ode, situated in the Owens Mining dis trict. Mohave county, and claimed by V. D. McWright and J. A Logan. CLEARY IN THE FIELD. Janus Healy yesterday filed with Secretary Pag'. a iM'tition of citizens nominating W. B. Chary of Rakersvil'ie. Cochise county, as the candidate of the inde pendence party of Arizona, for delegate to congress. The petition was signed by 3"l names of c itizens chiefly of P.is liee and tJlohe, a few being residents of this city. Hi the petition also was the vignette of the partv. an extended arm from which is suspended a pair of even i balanced scales. j A. O. LI. W. ANNIVERSARY. A i meeting of the A. O. C W. lodge will j ! held tonight for the purpose of mak- j ing arrainemenis for the celebration j of the twenty-fifth anniversary of th" ; lodge, or rather the twenty-fifth year ! of its founding which took place on December 22, 1SS3. The celebration will take place on the regular meeting niuht. December 2. The lodge now has a membership of 17". It has $17.'i"f' i in the treasury and besides is a credit u of the grand lodge, so that it is in bet- I ter sha;ie than it lias ever been in be- j ' fore. i RAGAN-SHEARER. Pi rt Pagan j I wiio has been employed by the Phoenix ! j Street railway company for the last five ; ears and " hose face is as fami i liar to patrons as the street cars them- selves, was not on duty yesterday. (However, it was not a case of getting his time, but something far more im portant. . Yesterday morning .Mrs. i Anna Shear-r of Kik Point. South Da ! kota. an old friend of many years, ar rived in Phoenix and about 11 o'clock I they were seen driving away from the j residence of Rev. Douglas, pastor of the M. K. Church South. They were then man and wife and it is hoped they will be for at h ast fifty years to come. I Mr. Ragan is an industrious and fa'th- f n 1 employe of the street railway com- pany, of frugal habits and the owner i of two or three houses in the Prill ad 'dition. in one of which it is lik ly they ; will take u;i their abode at once. ! SALE OF TEMPE HIGH SCHOOL I BONDS. The Tempo high school bonds were sold again yesterday by the board of supervisors. The purchasers f are Ma-Donald. M'Co- K- Co. r,f Chi cago, the buyers of the former issue which was afterward declared invalid on account of ina ieipiate advertising. The price paid in this instance was the same as that offered before, a premium ff $."". Only one other bid was receiv ed anil that was from a Chi-ago firm which off. red only to pay the e xpenses of issuing the bonds. This firm sub mitted another proposition and that was that if the rate of interest were increased from five to five and one half per cei.t a premium of $e",0 would be paid. No attention was given this bid. The premium paid by Mac-Donald M'Coy At Co.. also the purchasers of the J4r..no issue of the Mesa high school bonds was $21x0, but those bonds bear six per cent interest. GEORGIA SETTLERS J. H Fleming was pleased yesterdav morning to wel come to Phoenix, Mrs. John Davis, her son Martin Davis and her daughter Typewriters For Rent Standard Makes McNeil co. The PEOPLE with the GOODS 126-128, W. Washington St. Opposite Court House Fourth Annual Fair," Phoenix, 9-14 Nov., 1908. Attractions extraordinary. i:i:siitKii-iiiii::i mmxmxxsmMsm AVERY large percentage of men today wear clothes ready-made; ' the percentage is steadily increasing. Our clothes are not the lowest priced garments in the mar ket; all;-wool naturally costs more than half cotton. You can buy clothes for less money than ours will cost you: but you'll find none that are really cheaper than ours. The real value, in style, fit and wear, is in them. You ought to learn the real economy of good quality, if you haven't already done so. For a good suit or overcoat you ought to pay at least $20; with this as a starting point, the more you pay the more you'll get. You can find our suits as high as $40 and $50; overcoats up to $60; Tuxedo or full-dress suits $40, $50, $60. You'll realize how quality pays, if you pay the price of getting it. We are exclusive agents in Phoenix for Alfred Benjamin, Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Htrsh, Wickwire. M ' 1 i m M m m M Mi S3 m m Miss Rachel Davis, whom lie knew years ago in Ceirgia. They will be joined here later by Mr. John Davis ind it is their purpose to make tills their home. The family moved from cJeorgia several years ago to Oklahoma where they were fortunate enough to settle on oil lands that later made them independent. They are drawn to Ari zona by I he inducements of a more pleasing climate. Fait Shoes a.re Ready Sir: A splendid show ing of Shoes of un usual Merit. H. A. D1EHI SHOE COMPANY VACATION OVER .Miss RcbMock of the auditor's offic-i' has returneil friMi her vacation which included two wttks at Flagstaff and vicinity and two weeks in California. OFFICIAL MOVEMENTS gover nor Kibbi y r t n n d 1, hup yesterday I'n.'Di the irrigation congress. Auditor K! left for a three- weeks' vacation at I.ong I'.each and A. V I-iut;: his assistant, by irt'ue of the statutes be comes acting auditor. THE MONEY HERE The Vnited States tri asuier's check for $42.; 0.4 1 was received at the governor's office yesterday and turned over to the au ditor win. will apportion jt to the cari ous counties in which Portions of the forest reserves are situated. The mon ey is the te rritory's portion of the an neal earrings of the reserves. MR. RIGGS RETURNS J J. Higgs rel iriied to Phoenix ye:-l-rday from a political trip to !isbe-e where he went to attend the democrat ie: convention of Cochise county. He says the iTi'm ociats have a geioel ticket though he also confessed that it -vasn't exactly as be- would ha' e picked it for his brother William and anither good The fit Cotnrhl. inn. mi.. 1UI.CH BHDS. CO "tI k A S m u : d THAT PURE CHILLY SODA WATER An Item of Importance Is the fact that we carry as complete a stock of drug store goods as is to be found In Arizona. LARGE FALL STOCKS ARRIVING. Rubber Goods Delightful Perfumery Stylish Stationery Elvey & Hulett, Quality Druggists A Mail Order if OUR CLEAN COOL i' A mm WE HAVE A VERY LARGE LINE OF HARNESS MADE UP. PLENTY TO PICK FROM. THE KIND THAT WEARS AND PRICES ARE RIGHT. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington Street. Telephone Red 131. man named Tom Whiteside were ele-feate-d for supervisors. He also brought the inlormati'-n that Steve Roomer is no, the candidate chosen for ceeintv trc;Lsurer. NOT DEAD BUT SLEEPING Kvsskopf the hypnotist. last night placed a woman member of his com pany in a hypnotic state and put her in a window of the JJaWelsein cash store wlier she will remain until this evening. She will then be taken to the Third Avenue theater where Ross kopf appears nightly and be awakened ort the stage. ' l m A . lJI trl I I II i lir Your Taste and arc both fitted at the same time SUITS OF THE SEASON Cut on the distinctive lines laid down' by the best custom tailors. Color tones and pattern effects are. the very newest. The choicest of seasonable weaves employed. The suit problem simplified. We have done the weeding-out. Every suit has merit. COVERT COATS. FALL CRAVATS. KNOX HATS. McDougall & 30-32 W. WASH. m m m m ME : m 5 t.Ki PHONE MAIN I Never Substitute. you can't come. COMFORTABLE STORE. New Fall Stationery t In Whiting's, Eaton-Hulburfs i A. and all other best grades in IT ."'. J'4-cn 111. o nun T Also Waterman's Ideal Foun tain Pens. f GRAIN'S ji STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. j. ii-ij n. center tt, T Phone Black 8071. 11 1 1 :..t......g. 3 IlllllllilllllH ' GUILTY PARTIES TAKE NOTICE. I To those win) have been boosting I emr COI'KKKS the last month, we I extend to you our hearty thanks. Tcdl i your neighbors we have a fresh ship- went. Our Our rival. "even lietter". A few specials: Royal Blend ::)c Wonder. Special Hlend. ."jc, without a Our Valley Elend M. & J.. 4.-. cxcelle-d. Our H. and S. "Well, just ask your neighbor.. I'rompt delivery. The location in th l.'Sl X. Center. Call Red 2fini. l'oste.i'ffice ItliK'k. VALLEY TEA & COFFEE HOUSE. Run Over by Ox Team. It is seldom that we hear of ox teams nowadays, but there are many people who feci so lazy and dump ish that if an ox team came along they would not feel aide to get out of the way. For such oeoulo them is no remedy equal to Sexine Pills, j the great ne-rve and body builders.' I Price $1 a box; six boxi's jr.. with full guarantee. Address or call Elvey & Hulett, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not sub stitute. Your Figure! in one of our Cassou Co. I 'M M 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 : ; 1 II j. ST. j. OCTOBER RECORDS But that's not all. Our line of Victor and Kdison Machines is com plete. Our Record stock the largest. BRYAN RECORDS. TA FT RECORDS. Records by all the famous singers of the modern grand . opera stage. . The famous "Sextette from Lucia." The Store That Carries the Stock. PIHer-SterUng Company 9-11 . Washington St., Successors to . L. Andrews & Son. The Store that Carries the Stock Masury's Pure Oil Paints See us about our special proposition on these raints. II'IHIIII 1 1 II 1 I I 1 1 11 1 1 !: Home of See Parke, Davis & Co.'s Pharmaceuticals in our west window. We use great quantities of these goods every year in our Prescription Department. Your physician is satisfied with this line. He knows the quality brings good results. t jj The Adams ,...H,.i.,mHi,1,,H ,hH"M' 1' 1 1 1 I OCTOBER RECORDS now in for Kdison and Victor Talking Machines. Agents for Talking Machines and Supplies. BerryhilFs Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." Mllll ! 1"M"M" 111 11 1 I I Quail Brand J Tomatoes 1 3 cans for 25c t Remember, we deliver prompt ly to any part of citv. NOW IS TIME to plant your gardens and flower beds. We have just received a big ship ment in variety of strictly fresh seeds, vegetables and flowers, all guaranteed seeds. Wetzler's Cash Grocery I S3 West Washington Street. Remember our phone number Is J I RED 3391. i 1 M.1.1 iM, l i l 1 1 ! JL New Faucet Y XSZ-wsi-s-.-1i'iiiiTria ! Did You Ever Stop to Think THAT IN NOT ONE TOWN IN A THOUSAND THE SIZE OF PHOENIX OR EVEN LARGER YOU WILL FIND A JEWELRY STORE ONE-HALF AS FINE AS OURS, NOR ONE THAT CAR RIES THE STOCK OF GOODS WE HAVE AT ALL TIMES. ISNT THAT SOMETHING TO MAKE YOU THINK, AND ISN'T THIS THE PLACE TO BUY WHEN YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR FINE GOODS IN OUR LINE? F. A. Hilderbran & Co., Phone red 2511. Masury's House Paints STANDARD OF AMERICA FOR 50 YEARS. In making a selection of house paints al ways keep in mind the fact that a poor paint la dear at any price. The paint that preserves your building for the longest period is by far the cheapest in the end, and that Is Linseed fTaltl0, & Hubbard's naiunciB -oiuic jr l ll'H'l 11111 Mil I'M H il illll Pure Drugs 1 Pharmacy f M"H -M -l-H H .!m....I..1m.tH Mill t' l" WE REGULATE WATCHES to a hair. Stop in and leave yours. No ehargft for the regu lating. AVe do charge, however, for cleaning and repairing. Only very moderately, however, though we do first-class work. If you have a watch that won't go bring it to us. We'll put it in condi tion so that you can regulate the sun by it. AVe are Just as skill ful at repairing Jewelry, too. & 8 K. Washington St RANCHERS If you want to save time and water and money, havo your ditches lined with CEMENT or HYDRAULIC LIME. For par ticulars apply to Frencliy, ths Cement Man who also Box 12. makes Cement Poets. Phone Main 249. ;;.,;, I,,;,,;, ; ,;;, ;i K;. j ; I-K-S-f OUR FAMOUS ? SUPREMU5 We have just started to again make this delicious soft cream Chocolate Candy. Phone or call. "Orders delivered to any add ross in city. 60 per pound. CHAS. J. SANICHAS 41 West Washington St. T Phono Red 20.11. A H-H-H-H-H-fr !' ! ! H-H-i-M-H- CIDER VINEGAR. We invite everybody to visit our plant and thoroughly acquaint them selves with the stock our Cider Vin egar is made from, and every process of manufacture. Ours is the best anel purest goods made and the price is right. In Phoenix Wetzlcr Pros., Mc Kee's Cash Store, Valley Tea & Cof fee House, Isaac Forney anil I!. V. Morris can supply you. In Tempo, Rirchctt Rros. and J. W. Parry. In Mesa. P.abbitt & Son, Ktlswnrth & Co., and Smith and Hell. In Clendalo, Stauffer & Tuckey. To introduce, we will deliver one gallon to any cus tomer in Phoenix for fifty cents. COCO COLA BOTTLING WORKS, Phone RIk. S !.-. r.llfi W. Washington. FASHION BARBER SHOP. flo to the Fashion Rarher Shop when visiting city. Lewis & Noble, Props., 4:: W. Washington St., for a neat hair cut, shave, plain bath, salt rub, alcohol rub, body massage, electric body massage, by Masseur John E. Lewis. D. H. BURTIS PLUMBING AND TINNING. 15 E. Washington St. . v 10 and 12 Washington Street PHOENIX, ARIZ.