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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATUUDAY 3IORNING, MAY 30. 1J03
Savage .22 Caliber
IFLES.
IT'S NEW - JUST OUT.
Our fhipment is the first one mad e to Arizona. Ycu know it's our busi
ness to k?ep in stock all the new thing-? in our line, and Ket theme here as
.soon as they have them on pale in the largo Eastern cities. We did not pet
as many as we ordered, nor do wfe expect to get them for some months, but
we can supply part of our trade at once.
The SAVAGE Z'2 is pistol grip, hammerless -(shotgun independent safe
ty), takedown, lightest rereater on the market, shoots the short, long and
long rifle cartridges, magazine is detachable, sin-pit, and extra magazines
cost only 5c each.
It is every inch a Savage. Catalog free. IMce $-14 each. Orders filled
in the order in which they are received
PINNEY (& ROBINSON
tHE GUN STORE;
Guns, Bicycles, Carnsras. "K" Typewriters, Sporting Goods.
40 Morth Center
3SH5
'iwairai
If you need anything
-IN-
RUBBER GOODS
TO USE.
From now on through the summer, you
will do well to buy from us. A fresh
stock now Just, put on display. Ke-
inember, we sell the best and guarantee i
no loss to you. Atomizers. Hot Water i
Bottle?, Fountain and Bulb Syringes.
etc. j
ELVEY & HULETT!
The Live Druggists.
Summer Weather Goods. f j
5 !
i Those shirt
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Waists
and warm weather nnder-
wear and Pajamas are
just the thing to keep
you cool. At
PLANK
The Hatter
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t FLEMING BLOCK
: Tit. a
4.
A Good
Circulating
Medium
is Just as essential in keeping cool, as
in sustaining prosperity.
Phoenix Light and Fuel Co.
Cor. 1st. Ave. and Jefferson St.
TeL J40L
ACADIA RANCH
Oracle,
Arizona.
E. F. DODGE, Prop.
Persons desirous of obtaining for
the summer, home comforts, a good
table, pure air, rest nd relief from
the heat of the city at an altitude of
4,500 feet, will find it to their interest
to communicate with Mr. Dodge before
making other arrangements.
SITUATED II THE MOUNTAINS
the scenery is fine, numerous live oak
tiees, a craquet ground and good sad
dle and driving horses are among the
attractions.
Yours for the Finest Work in
Photography.
M. W. MEALEY
213 E. Washington St.
Kodak Finishing Supplies.
All Finishing Done in 21 Hours.
Si
Hammerless Repeating
Street. Ittoenix.
Summer Here,
Some are Gone
and you can go too
By trading at McKee's Cah Stare. Ono
chance with evei-j' dollar's worth of
goods for one of the three
Free Tickets
to
California
Over the Great
Santa Fe
Oifed Track.
Now jiTst read these prices
Presto U cts
Pirtiic Hums 13 cts
Pkg Pancake Flcur 1 cts
Pkg Buckwheat Flour . 12 cts
Pure Cocoa nut 1 lb 1...20 cts
Pkg Spaghir.ti 1 lb 124 cts
Plums 3 cans Green Gage 23 cts
Pkg Malta Vita 2 lbs 12 cts
Pure Hor.ey fresh comb 12'4 cts
CI
Cash Store
WANTED.
Parties own'.r.g developed or undevel
oped mir.en i:i Aiizor.a to list same with
us for sale. Give full particulars and
send maps,
PHOENIX REALTY CO.
CCS South Spring St., Ens Angeles, Cal.
pn young, vmoif-'f.ro p ri-
jUlKlY.-If you nr.. wxually
I weak. m mutter from hat
Jrstie; linct-pclopod; Iihvc
'rietiire. va ricocrle, -ti- ,
my pej:fkct VA I I m
PPLIANCE will euro m
No driiKs r elcctrifitT. 5,00 cori-fl nI le-vclnpt-.l.MO
DATS' TKIAL. tfenrl for fn e tKok
lct. gent kc'-1. uarwuii-e.l Write toriav.
R. A. IMMH. 2i Tabor Blk., Denver, Colo.
J. HERMAN AAGARD,
Mines and Min
ing. Mines examined and rciorted on.
Connection with IJoston Houses. Only
legitimate raining propositions consider
ed, Ileferenoes Phoenix National Bank
and First National liank of Portland,
Me. Address Brings, Arizona, o r 257
Deerine ave.. Portland. Me.
ASTHMA
"HOW M CAN BE CURED"
Mailud Frae. Write
The Russian RemepyCo. K?iri5:
NO !
5c ICE CREAM
Will Not
Break fle,
As good or better than most 10c creams.
George D. Burtis,
Fru t and Ice Cream Staad.
lt Ave., next to California Restaurant.
The only plan! of this kind in Phoenix
that closes on Sunday.
III 5
I WINDMILLS!
Storage TanKs. Pumping Plants.
These we place- and equip in the befit condition. "We have skilled work
men. We guarantee our work. (Jive us your work and get satisfac
tion. Remember our ELECTRICAL BUSINESS. Consult us.
WILLIAM EVANS, Sanitary Plumber
Phono 2711 19 Went Adams St.
FLORIDA TIMBER DIMINISHED.
Cuuse of Anxiety ss Forests Are One
of State's Greatest Resource:?.
Washington, May 29. The forests of
Florida are one of the state's greatest
sources of revenue, a revenue that is
being consumed with great rapidity.
Speculation from regions farther north
have lately been buying and cutting
large areas of forests in Florida, and
the timber supply Is greatly diminished.
In reply to inquiries concerning Flor
ida forests, George B. Fudworth of the
Hureau of Forestry. United States de
partment of agriculture, has r.upplied
the following ir. formation:
The wooded urea of the state is esti
mated at 3T.T00 (lU'ire miles, or 70 per
cent of the total area, much of whiih
is occupied by merchantable timber.
Florida o:csts have not suffered grsal
!y from fire in the pnrt, chiefly because
much of the stats was uninhabited and
unlit for agriculture or grazing. More
over, numerous streams and slumps
intorc-secting the pine forests greatly
lessene.' widerpread d:inger from fire.
The greatest increase in th? cutting
of timber in Florida appeared from 1SH0
to 13C0. wh'in th previous lumber pro
duct of the stats was doubled.
(Ireat d',Ktri!ft!on has boon dene to
the pure pine forests by the- inju-ious
method of "box'ng" trees for turpen
tine, thus killing the oldtr growtn anj
allowing fire to prevent reproduction.
Bccause of the increasing demands
upon the state's forests and the gen
eral attention which the subject of for
est protection has received, interest
has lately been aroused in Florida for
the protection of the forests, and i.i the
need of additional forest legislation and
enforcement of existing laws. The
most urgent need are for an adequate
fire law
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TO PROPAGATE OYSTERS
Mississippi Commission Is Now Consid
ering the Best Methods to Follow.
Jackson, Miss., May 29. The b"t
methods of propagating oysters on the
Gulf coast is the problem Jhat is now
engaging the atteution of the Missis
sippi Oyster commission, which was
appointed by Governor Longino some
time ago-.
The last legislature? made an appro
priation of $5,000 per annum to be used
by the 'commission for this work, and
this sum is to be expended during the
summer. It Is the general plan to mix
the oysters to be planted with shells,
about 1,0H) barrels of oysters being used
to 50.000 barrels of shells.
Oystemien are unanimous in the opin
ion that the planting of oysters alone
is a failure, and among some it is
thought that a portion of the appropria
tion should be used in employing
dredge boats to break up the reefs
where the oysters are too thick.
X contract for 1(0.000 barrels of shells
at 1 cent per barrel will at once be
made. The government will be asked
In furnish an expert to direct the work,
this having been don at the request" of
the State of Alabama some Ume since.
ADMIRES ENGLISH DANES.
I "T .T.tt-.ll.. T- ( .1 1 . . i ' .. ,1
I vuii,iuuiu.i "lu'i) ijujs me r.rancnes
Rerult in Amazing Deposits.
New York. May 24 Returning from
a vacation spent: in England and the
continent. "William B. Ridgely of Illi
nois, comptroller of the currency, was
a passenger on the Cunard liner Cam
pania, which arrived yesterday from
Liverpool.
"The system of branch banks from a
great institution like the Hank of Eng
land results in amazing deposits." he
sr.ld. "Think of ..'"0,000.ti00 plac-..d by
deposition in one financial house.
Perhaps the Great trust of the de
positors in the?e English banks, which
have no government supervision, is ex
plained by their nerrly perfect system
rt bnr.king and the fact lhat they make
f:riuent reports of th-ir condition, ft
that the most ordinary depositor is
thoroughly posted on the condition of
the bank which he chooses to iiatron
ize." . o
HIT I5Y COI.F CL.LM5.
Middletnwn. Mav 21. Ralph M. Col
or Tott-nville, N. Y.. a student at W'es
leyan university, will lose the sight of
an eye as a result of an accidental blow
frtm a golf club yesterday afternoon.
While playing on the university
grounds a companion missed a stroke
and the club hit Cole In the eye.
MEETS A REFORM WAVE.
New York. Mav 29. The iilii-r r'enn-
td house at Coney Island Friday by re
moving an signs, peanut stands and the
like which er.crcachcd beyond the line
on any street. An order was also is
sued that all homeless visitors must
leave the island by 2:30 a. m. each
day.
The slowness of a fast man shows up
when it comes to paying his debts
Chicago News.
Do You Want Money?
Save It !
25c Per Day.
Invested in the Phoenix Building and
Loan association pays for 10 shares,
par value Jl.000. Now is the time to
open an account. New series just open
ed. Call upon the secretary and he
will explain their plan. Office 42 N.
Center St.
R. H. GREENE,
Secretary
42 N. Center St.
S"t t v "S 2 'I V fr I '1 '? '3'
j.
Additional LocolI t
POSTOFFICE HOURS The post
offica will observe Sunday hours -today
on account of the holiday.
CATTLE SHIPMENTS. II. E. Slos
ser shipped five cars of cattle this
morning to Holbrook, Ariz., to be plac
ed on the range.
BUSINESS MEETING. There will
be an important business meeting of
the Baptist church Monday evening
next at O'Neill hall.
GONE TO KINGMAN. Acting Gov
ernor Stoddard left on this morning's
train fqr Kingman, fVriz. He wl'.l be
absent till Tused.ty morning.
POLICE COURT. There was one
ca;e in police court yesterday, that of
a stranjjer accused of vagrancy. The
case was continued till today.
FOUND A BICYCLE. The city mar
shal has a lady's bicycle which he
would be pleased to restore to the
owner on her pro's ing the property .
BAPTIST SERVICES. There will be
the usual Baptist services on Sunday
morning. In the evening the Baptist
congregation 'A unite in the evarig?-li.-tie
service hy Mr. Holcomb.
FUNERAL OF THOMAS DAR
ROCH. Th? funeral of Thomas Iar
icch will be held Sunday afternoon at
4 o'clock at the undertaking parlors of
5 .L. Esterling, corner of Adams and
First streets.
CLERK'S EXCHANGE. On June 11
Frank Quinn, who Is now a postal
clerk cn the Thoei lx and Ash Fork
run, wil! exchange plftrcs with Charles
Wartman, who is now on the Santa Fo
Pacific run east from Los Angeles and
who formerly lived here.
WILLIAM FR1STOE DEAD. Wil
liam Fristoe. who came here in March
last, died yesterday. He was twenty
five years old and a half brother of Mrs.
E. J. Keoney. The funeial will be held
at 10:30 o'clock today at the parlors o
Mohn & Don is and Interment will be
made in Rose dale cemetery.
RAILROAD CHANGES. Sam Har
ris has resigned his position as con
ductor on the Phoenix & Maricopa
train. eiT.'clive June 1. and his place
will b3 filled by Dave Strahl, who is
now conductor of the Mesa train. Mr.
Strahl wil! In turn be succeeded by E.
Howard, who is now brakeman on the
Maricopa train.
A BRAVE LAD. HeiU-.t Hilge.i. an
eight-yrar-ohl boy who lives at 8-iS
South Third avenue was playing on the
lawn last evening ju::t after dark with
a number of companions when he "ell
and dislocated his right arm at the el
bow. He whs taken to Dr. Swetnarn
who set the arm, the boy bravely endur
ing the pain without a protest.
DEPOT MAIL BOX. Postmaster
McClirtcck has placed a lirgo double
door mail box at the S. F., P. & P. de
pot and hereafter it will be? emptied
by the postal clerk five minutes before
me nam it-at? iui int- ii'iiin -i i.
morning. The mail is usually made up
between 3 and 3:30 a. m. at the post
o.lice but those who fear thv are a lit
tle too late and defire their letters to
go may make sure by dropping thjm
in the depot mail box.
EVENTS OF THE DAY. Ir.t -i est
thLi forenoon will center at the ceme
tery whne the G. A. R. will hold a
memorial service for which an interest
ing programme has been prepared. The
Spanish War veterans aid th? National
Guard will participate and the Wom
an's Relief corps will have charge of
the floral ceremonies. Those who have
flowers to contribute are requested to
Irpiy. them.it the. o ce of Mrs. Ada
Irvine on Center street before 8 a. m.
In the afternoon at the Phoenix Driv
ing park there will b?. a race imtinne
that will surely be ir.terstlng. Tnere
will be at leaK two good horse races.
one a running race and the other a
trot, best thr-e in five. There will
also be sic.mc g.ood bicycle races. At
Eactlake park ficm 31 a. m. t- 11 p. in.
will be a grand holiday picnic at which
there will be many races, and contests
both on land and of an aquatic natiire
with good prizes for the winners.
Many of the races will bo of a comical
nature. There- wil! hi' dancing in the
pavilion f-om 2 to 3 p. m. and fre.m 7
to 11 p. m. There will also be a game
of baseball between two picked teams.
No admission to the brounds wil! be
charged.
JUSTICE ROBERTSON'S COURT.
Joseph Garcia was arrested fo- drink
enness yesterday morning near Dono
frio's store, having pushed various men
ami women off the sidewalk. Hi! was
fined hevon dollars, by Justice Robert
son and the fine suspended on condi
tion that he would leave town, go
back to his farm and look after his
crop which needs harvesting. Another
case was that of Guadalue Arai'.a.
who seems to be a pretty good sort cf
a fellow outside of a frightful appetite
for liquor. He is a widower and treats
his children well except when he gets
drunk and brings other persons of the
same sort home with him at all times
of the day or night and makes the
youngsters get up meals for them. His
children bore their troubles without
complaint hut the neighbors finally In
terested themselves and had him nr
lested on two counts. He practically
acknowledged his guilt and atked his
children to come and tell their story
which they lid. Guadalupe said he was
going to reform. Indeed, five days
elapsed between his last two outbreaks
and he thought that was doing very
well as a start at reformation. He had
a nice long talk with the children a re
cently as Sunday last and told what a
good man he was going to be. He was
scut to jail for five days on each count,
at hard labor, which mans that his
friends can't come around rnd pay him
out as they have done many times be
fore. o
TOOLS TELL THEIR NATIONS.
"Show me a piece of mae-hinery or a
tool, and I'll tell you what nation made
It." :aid a member of the steel trust.
"Every nation's character is very
strongly marked upon the tools that it
turns out.
"The English and the Scots are con
servative. They cling, in their ma
chines, to safety, to rigidity. Hence
their output has for its earmark f a
heaviness that might be called cumber
some. These machines are very reli
able ami strong and massive, like a
dray horse. Thty have no finish, i.o
style, no elegance. The English ana
the Scots leave such considerations out
of their minds altogether.
"The French are a nervous, delicate,
sensitive people, with a highly devel
oped sense of the beautiful. Hence
A fine assortment of undermuslins at a
very low price.
Covert Skirts at prices to close out. '
A lot of Children's lawn skirts at greatly
reduced prices.
The Goods and Prices Are Right.
Just in, a fine assortment of Children's
drop-stitched Hose in colors, beautiful
stock.
Ladies' panel drop-stitch Hose in black
the new fad.
9-11
Phone 2741.
their mae -nines and their humblest tools
have style, an air of elegance. The
finish of the cheapest French tool is
good. For elegance ar.d good taste the
machinery of the French is unsur
passed. This trait the French auto
mobile shows.
"German tools are good, but not ele
gant and not light. They incline to
curved surfaces. This trait is well
shown In them by contrast with the
angular, race horse-like contours of the
American tool.
"American tools and machinery are
characterized by their direct, plain,
simple design; by the use in them of
the lightest, best alloys a.nd the newest
steels: by a saving of weight that re
sults in hollow structure .wherever ims
sible; by a race-horse leanness cf ap
pearance. In simplicity the American
tools are by far tht best. In elegance
and finish they excel the tools of all
other nations but the French."
WHITE TOGS
Are our specialty. We can laundry I
dainty, delicate skirts and shirt waists
better than any other people in the
business. " '
We Know It
You'll know It, too, if you'll give us a
trial.
Yours for good work and prompt de
livery, Arizona Laundry
Pohne 391 Cor. Adams and 3d St
SixtH Avenue
HOTEL
now open under
New Management.
Everything first classl Tran
sient rates $2 per day. Call
and see us for special rates
by the month.
Jf'S. Folk 1 14 j
i, A Y Turn their Backs Af
V. Rootbeer WL'
:S-, -WW Si -4 1 J,maket''faT(iTTjj h "
1 fallt! A I P'kaue mknl'' y
2 . i l i 1 f fiw Kalllin. Sol.i rvrrr- M -t
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1 StUrlCHARlES E. HIRESC0. itl '
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SPECIALS
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are
E. Washington St.
R3
118 KCRTH CENTER STREET
iMoHn 5S
Undertakers
l.dr Attendant
K3E3225323EZZ
If you want the Purest and Cleanest Milk and Cream,
then order the
Pasteurized Milk and Cream of the
Maricopa Creamery Co.
No bad flavor, no sour milk, no drugs, no disease germs. Clean,
pure, sweet and wholesome. Our wagon on the street will be pleased
to serve you.
The Maricopa Creamery Company
f
Telephone 1871.
Strabismus
or Cross-Eyes
Is a condition in which the visual axl:4
fail to meet at the objective point from
incoordination of the eye muscles, and
Is often found with children who,
through overstudy and close confine
ment to books, have strained their eyes
so as the muscles have become cramp
ed. This trouble can in most cases bo
corrected and the eyes straightened by
having your eyes fitted with your proper
correction In glasses.
German
Optical Institute
7 WEST ADAMS ST.
Phoenix. v
Open Saturday evenings until 9 p.
m.
The California Restaurant
' 1CXALS SERVED AT ALL HOUR.
Strictly Rlr-st-Clafss. Quick Servlpa
Special Dinner on Sunday
33 North First Avenue Phoenix. Arizona
EAT
The prent remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases of the p -ncratlTB
organs of either sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failinsor Lost Manhood.
Impotency. Nichtly Emissions, Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, excessive use
of Tobacco or Opium, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. With every
AFTER USING.
n urucr wc cTiarauM-p rocirfi or rciunn tne money. &oia at Sl.UU per oox
O boxes for $5. DO. VII. ITIOTT'S CHK.T1ICAL CO., CleTeland. Olki.
For sale only by BEN I BEAU,
uesday
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Phoenix, A. T.
TELEPHONE 791
Dorrls
and Embalmers
SB
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1 PHOENIX BAKERY!
BREAD
. .
i A loaf of our Bread will pleas a.
you and do yoif good. It's a.
a body builder. It satisfies that J
hungry feeling which affects the
-vigorous; It tones the appetite
If! and builds muscular tissues; It X
Is sweet and wholesome, the
best 6 cents worth you rrer T
bought. v
i Phoenix Bakery and Confectionery;
V rnUAfffl FKril Pmn i
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7 West Washinotoa Street 4
! Established 1881 'Pboae 891 1
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In RESTAURANT
or in adjoining
...DINING ROOM...
with Degant China Service. 4
At ENGLISH KITCHEN, No. 1st St. f
0 VITALITY
DTI. MOWS
ITEH.VJWISH rililiH
up-to-date druggist, Phoenix.
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