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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1903.
StoreGlosed Monday All Day, on Account of Fourth of July Open Tuesday Morning . with every article in the house reduced for mid-summer selling c JjOMS TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Pertlee Mired with extra fin real Chinese China dlnhea, rrtrate rmimi and family style when desired. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. Regular meals. 25c. Short orders ail night r tl North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona. Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. THE PHOENIX BAKERY Produces over 150 varieties of Bread. Cakes and Pa:;try every work ing day. A few favorite sorts: Spire Cup Cakes 15o foz. Macaron Tarts ; ; 3QC ,joz Two Layer "'akrs .......25c each. Boston Brown Bread 10c Alni'Ui.l ' Paste Coftee Cakes 25c each. Bran Bread 10,. TteljrioMH French Pnstry 50c" doz. BUTTER NUT BREAD The best bread and the largest loaf 10c PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY. csu IBB i. Edward Eiaitla. Proa. Pkii. 11 II II 1 I 1 t i 1 t i 1 Mil H 1 r4-H-4H-r-H-4-W-H-H--t- l"i t i t BREAK THEM UP AND BRING THEM IN. , , Wa Fix em at Jack's Place. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. Phone Mam 145. 34.36 E Adam, Sl T FOR UP TO DATE GDHrCn ICC of Every Description KVJWJClIJu0 CHOICEST as well as MEDIUM goods of best brands and grales Don't Miss RULE MATTHEWS GROCER CO. 230 East Washington St. Pnon Ma s ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC North Center St. . Phoenix, Arizona IMIMHia. Standard Furniture Co. line of New and Second Hand 1 anlteware. WE SELL FOR LESS A complete line of New and Second Hand Furnltur. ttm X i . j-. ii T Phone Main SS7. 14 -S W. Washington. J REMOVAL NOTICE. We are now In our new store and garage. . Winton, Cadillac, Kessel-Kar and Oakland Autos. Indian, Reading Standard, Thor, LI i;lii and Merkel Motorcycles. Columbia, Light and Emblem Bikes. All makes of Tires, Sundries, Oils, ttc. Giva us a trial. ::-: 88 & 3b East Adams St. Arizona Motor Company PHOENIX ATHLETES ARE ALL REGISTERED Harry Groves Will Be Given Hi Final Try-Out on Tuesday Evening In an Item yesterday morning con cerning the Elks and the Indian school band, a jocular remark was made concerning the necessity of union curds for the Fhoenix athletes who are also going to the Los Angeles show with the expectation of cleaning up things. That the Joke may not be misunderstood it is fur ther explained that the athletes, ama-. teurs though they are, do have to gain a certain recognition by registration, but that has already been attended to and everything is In apple pie order. Harry McLean, the Indian who has a passion, lots of wind and some muscle for running Marathon races, Harry Orove. the 10l yard time killer, and Ken tioodinun, who makes a half mile faster than some horses can run, are all registered, entered Jn their respective races, and acknowledged by the Amateur Athletic association of I the coast. The association moreover has agreed to furnish transportation and hotel expenses for .the men and their trainer, John E. Lewis, and everything is in fine shape. There Is nothing to do now but go over to Los Angeles and take the money and glory. The -boys feel that they have been treated very nicely by the association, and by George W. Bra- den, physical director of Occidental college, who is general manager of the meet. They expect to leave early this week, though the exa-t date is not yet fixed. Harry Groves, the 10 yard man. will have his final try-out at the fair grounds Tuesday evening at 6:45 and the occasion will afford a little sport for others who feel- that they can run some, or who desire to see Grove sprint. He will run 1i1 yards against any and all com ers, handicapping himself in accord ance with the judgment of his train er. One opponent, Ed Luke, has al ready entered himself as a pacemaker with h handicap credit of ten yards and any others may get in who want to make the race interesting. Those not quite as brave At Luke will be given a little more start, and alto gether it Is expected the race will prove rather an interesting one. DORRIS EYMAN PIONEER CAMP OF ROYAL NEIGHBORS A Good Strong Organization Formed In Phoenix Last Week. A camp of the Koyal Neighbors of America, the women's branch of the Woodmen, was organized last Thurs day evening. July 1. by District Dep uty Susie Nofziger, assisted by A. D. Leyhe. who joined the order at Peoria. III., last year. The camp starts out in a very flourishing way, twenty-five appli cations for membership bring se cured at a time when many Phoenix people are leaving or have already left, for the summer. Many who be long to camps in eastern states it is expected wiH transfer their member ship' to the Phoenix camp, which is the first of the order to be organized tn the territory, wherefore the mem bers have deemed it appropriate to name it "Pioneer" camp. - The officers of Pioneer camp are us follows: Mrs. Mattie J. Hall, oracle; Mrs. Kannic Bonar, vioo nracle: Mrs. Minnie J. Bonney, chan cellor: Mrs. Nellie R Leyhe, record er: Mrs. Jennie I. Eelch, receiver; Miss Florence Snodgrass. marshull; Miss Kelch. marshal; Mrs. Selina Loecher, Inner sentinel: Mrs. Octavia ivniler. outer sentinel; Mrs. Ada Mill er. V. T. . Miller and Laura Gray, managers; Dr. L. I). Dameron and Dr. W. C. Ellis, physicians. The officers were installed by A. D. Leyhe. The camp is to meet the first and third Wednesdays at Woodman's hall, II Hast Washington street. To-Day Hpecial prices on ele gant small Ostrich Feathers. See window. A chance seldom of fered. ... 2VrUroita OstricfyTarm. "Plxxntx.tArltona TAKE A THERMOS BOTTLE on that picnic, for two. It will keep the -"drinks" cold even in Ari zona. We sell them. tel f. Cfw jJRg?. In Hotel Adams. Tel. M. 243. FURNITURE CO. Arizona's Largest House Furnishing Store EVERYTmNG0R THeThOME Very Much Disfigured, Doing Business Under Great Difficulties. The Con tractors Have Possession of Our Im mense Building, and are constantly Demanding More, Room. The coming Week, the Limit of Price Cutting In Every Department Will Be Reached. Look For THE RED TAGS TO ENUMERATE THE MANY GOOD THINGS Is beyond our ability. You have known and done business with us lo these many years, and know what we say we do. VISIT OUR STORE NOW Buy Now Pay Later SUNDAY AT THE CAMP Enthu.i Period stic a or Services and Interesting Musical Worship. niglitwoek. Bible readings at 3. Tues day night subject. "The Evils of Chris tian tk-ience.-' Thursday night sub ject, 'Spiritualism, Fortune Telling, ! Etc." Sunday the following ministers were present: Rev. Gardner of Cartright. Ilev. Triplctt of Tompe. Rev. McKay, just arrived from Tennessee to take up work. A number of Tempo people drove over for the day. Yesterday marked a great advance ment at the camp meeting services be ing held by Evangelist G. W. Korman at the Methodist camp ground, end of Brill car line. There was good, live, wide-awake singing at every sen-ice; also special numbers. The singing ojf itself is enough to draw a crowd. Mr. Korman can surely make people sing. The sub ject of the rmirning discourse was, "Living Epistles." Text. II. Cor.. 3:2-3: "Ye are our epistles, written in our hearts, known and read of all men. For us much as re are manifestly de clared to be the epistles of Christ, min istered by us. written not within but with the spirit of the living God, not in tables of stone, but in the flesh tables of the heart." Rev. Korman said, in irt: An epis tle is a written communication between two nersons or oarties. The need to day is Christians with Christianity en graved on the heart: If we can only be soft and pliable under the hand of Ood so He can write deep His en graving, then we could be used to win the world for Christ. Christianity engraved on the hep.rt is Christianity in its most legible form. Xo one is deceived thereby even a child can read It.. It is Christianity in Its most convincing form. Volumes have been written on the evidences of Christianity, but one life redeemed from a life of sin and shame and changed to the pure and true, is more convincing than them all. It is also In its. most persuasive, enduring and ;-divinest form. Epistles of Christ, every believer should so live that when the world .reads him it will find it was reading Jesus Christ. Can you trace the di vine hand in your life? Are you a living epistle? Or are you an epistle of idleness, of delay, of gloom? : At the afternoon sen-ice Rev. McKay "jrave a timely discourse upon the first chapter of Ephesians. The song sen-ice at 8 o'clock was the best of the meeting. The text for the evening was from Matt., 26:22: Lord is it IT' The text tonight is the most personal that could he brought to an audience like this. "Lord, is it I?" The ques tion came because Jesus had said one of you shall betray me. Suppose I should say to this audi ence. One of you will betray your Lord, and could knov, at once would come the o.uestion. "Lord, Is it I?" But let us see. Betray yes, by living nearer the world than Jesus Christ. By be ing more loyal In business than in the church. The trouble today is the church Is asleep, and the world is lost and on the road to destruction. Boys of prom inent families are in the gamblers' den; , girls of some of the best homes are going astray, all because of the lives J Of professed Christians. "Lord, is it 1 9. , Services at 3 and 8 o'clock all this t ' Ill I I I I I I I I I i; Ball Bearing' Mowers LONG HARDWARE COMPANY. f I M M I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I m m , u 1 1 1 ! 1 1 A GOOD FOURTH Yesterday was an exceptionally quiet Fourth, void of ! any accidental events. A large assort- ment of drunks was roped Into the cooling recesses of the city jail, but not a fiht was reported. Chief of Police Moore, stated that not an arrest had been made, because of the shoot ing of giunt firecrackers, or large fire works, against the ordinance, and he hopes that he will not be compelled to make any today. JUST LIKE HOME Is the way you will find the cooking at California Restaurant, 33 N. 1st Ave. MADE WELL AND STRONG By Lydia E. 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For thirty years this famous remedy has been the standard for all forms of female ills, and has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with such ailments as displacements, fibroid tumors, ulceration, inflammation, ir regularities, backache, and nervous prostration. If you want special al vice write forittoMr. IMnkhani.L'yiiu.Mass. It is free aiul always helpful. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat. Nice Private Room for Parti ea and Families. Short Orders at All Hovra. REGULAR MEALS, 25c Noa. It and 14 rst Washington 8U MARK LAND, Proprietor HOLLENBECK HOTFL a. c. b.lickelos ANGELES, CAL.JNO- s- MITCHELL ARIZONA HEADQUARTERS. New Fire-Proofing. 500 ROOMS Re-Furnished 15 THE FAIR Open Sunday We will sell fireworks regardless of cost Sunday THE FAIR 212 East Washington St. THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET. Everything New, Nice end Clean. Private Family Dining Room. CHARLIE LINQ A CO. Prop. 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