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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: ' WKDNES DAY MORNING, JUNU 3, 1903.
i i i i i i i i The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co :- Pays 4 per cent interest on alt time deposits Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person or by mail. , A handsome nickel steel safe Is furnished depositors free of charge. Call at the banking office and learn all about our plan for making savings pay an income. I The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. ALTHORIZEU CAFITAl-, $100,000.00. . CHAKLKS F. A1NSWORTH, President; R. II. GREENE. Vice Pres ident: FRANK AINS WORTH. Cash'er. DIRFCTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster, R. II. Greene, Frank Alnsworth, Harvey J. Lee. t EMERSON ON IMMORTALITY. He has made the best statement in all secular literature of ihe doctrine of immortality. He shows us that the world and the human soul are not only unreasonable, but inexplicable, without it. Yet ne makjjs no absolute affirma tion, except that we shall lie immortal ir that he best. Whether we shall know each other again is a Sunday school question. He will not spend his time about it. Perhaps, as b says of Carl yle, this nimble and active spirit does not care to boat Itself against walls. Rut he is not. like Carlyle, a destroyer, cr a storm r. He worships no deitlon ( SUMMER COLDS Capital, 5100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, $500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business. The Rational Bank of Arizona. Produce Chronic Catarrh. Crr.il 'iiinz. President. S. 1 ilMTleliler. liier. Sol. I.ewi. Virp-I're-iiltMit. J. .1. Swet'iiev, As-i't. .! ier THE VALLEY BANK OP PHOENIX PAID UP CAPITAL ,. 1100.000 SURPLUS 25.000 WM. CHRISTY. Piesident. J. C. KIRKPATRICK. Vlca President W. D. FULWILER. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Asst. Cashier. Drafts Issued on all of the Important, cities of the United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper and do a ganerel banking business. Office hours. 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. PIRKCTOkS: M. H. Sherman. Wm. Christ v, K. J. Rennitt. J. C. Kirkpatrick. J. S. Fitield. . 1. Kulwiler. Llovd B. Christy, Oeorpe D. Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: American Exchange National Bank. New York; Ameri can Exchange National Bank, Chicago; First National Bank, Los Angeles: Bank of Arizona, Frescott, Arizona: the Angl o-California Bank. San Francisco CaL Sludamo Isabella Ellen Catens. PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY I Is the place to get a nice suit case, bag or trunk r.t a reason able price and good goods. Old trunks taken in exchange. Keys fitted. Phone 23!H. 4.T! West Washington. STANDARD RON WORKS Dealers in New and Second Hand Machinery Complete lift of stock on hand furnished on application. Coasting's in Iron and Brass. of mere force. If he does not know what we long to know of another world, he pays due homage to the lov ing and wise Spirit that sittith as sov ereign on the throne of this. Rather, he believes that the world is but one world, and that the sovereign who reigns over it it never to be dethroned knows very well that every road leads to the gates of His kingdom. He sees no God of force or of disdain look ing down on mankind as on a race of grovelling nwine or chattering apjs Senator lluar at Concord. HILLVILLE AT THK SEASHORE at We arrived here last week o'clock and Tl a day. The ocean Is grand. The waves, fire doing thfir host to go high enough to. reach the bathing suits. Wo have not seen the sea seruer.t yet. but feel very much as if we hat encountered a few snakes on the tri" ovt:r. We hcpoJ that by -hutting off the gas during our absence we would save enough In the gas bill io defray the ex penses cf our trip: but th? cook wrii "1 us that the meter i: registering the same ii usual. Our mother-in-law is expected to ar rive on the next boat. Sh? has ex pressed a strong desire to learn how to swim, ami if we can only get-her far enough out, we'll give her a few swim ming lessons that she'll remember. Atlanta Constitution. - O-i "RUT YET A WOMAN." in unmeasured terms the treatment of the race by the Russian government anl people. o OLDEST AMERICAN NAVAL VETERAN. Tn the naval home in Philadelphia, William Mackabee will celebratte hi lOCth birthdjy next September. He is the oldest living veteran cf the Amer ican navy. Born in Baltimore in 1S03. he joined the frigatet Constitution as an apprentice in 1817. He served narly continuously in the navy until old age pent him to tin naval home o TOO SUDDEN. "It seems to me yoa run your auto at an exceedingly high rate of speed." "Yes." replied the Rev. Mr. Skarther: "I can't bear the idea of eausfnjr any one to swear." "Eh? I don't grasp the idea." "Well, you see. when I hit any cne. going at top speed, he doesn't g-t time to say anything." o CONVERTED. HARDER TO BEAR. First Veteran Horner makes me .i tired! One would think, to hear him talk, that It was he who tiuellpd the rebellion. Second Veteran T know It. Rut. if ir makes -ycu tired, what do you think of me? Tile quelling of the rebellion was a little job of my own. you know. o KNEW SOMETHING MOCT IT. A MATTER TO ADJUST. Ike Kentucky court houses should be made without doors. Jake Yes; it's rank cowardice " --- Innocent bystander irom r - Jcor. c IT'S BOUND TO COME. Telephone 571. Machine Work Promptly Attended To. PHOENIX. ARIZ. Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Co. 4 il K'qde of Machine Repairing Dona oo Short Notice 25-33 North Second Street Jos. Thalheimer, Pres. ; P. T. Hurley, Vice-Pres. ; Louis Melczer, Treas.; Alex. Eheinstein, Sec'y O. S. WILEY, Manager Madame Isabella Ellen Bsvcas, Ufa Governor Grand Lodge of Freo Masons of England, ia a letter from Hotel Sara toga, Chicago, 111,, 6ays : " This summer while traveling I contracted a west persistent end an noying cold. My head cched, my eyes and nose seemed constantly running, my lungs were sore and I lost my ap petite, health and good spirits. Doc tors prescribed for me ail manner ol pills and powders, but ell to no purpose. ' I advised with a druggist and he spoke so highly of a medicine called Peruna, that he induced me to try my first bottle of patent medicine, flow ever, it proved such a help to me thai I soon purchased another bottle and kept on until I was entirely we." Madame Isabella Ellen Baveas. Summer colds require prompt treat ment. They are always grave, and sometimes dangerous. The prompt ness and surety with which Peruna acts in these cases lias saved many Jives. A large do.-e of Peruna should be taken at the first appearance of a cold In summer, followed by small and oft repeated doses. There is no other rem edy that medical science can furnUh, so reliable and quick in its action as Peruna. Address The Peruna Medicine Com pany, Columbus, Ohio, for a freo book entitled Summer Catarrh," which treats of the catarrhal diseases peculiar to summer. "I don't believe in arbitration, I'll run my own affairs," said he; "I will not brook outside dictation, The matter must ' be left to me." But presently the other party Regan to press him to the wall. Whereat he gave indorsement bear To arbitration, after all. Chicago Record-Herald Geography Teacher Name the loca tion of Devil's Lake. Tcmmy I don't know just where it is. ma'am, but I know what It's made of, all right. . : o THE EFFECT. Mrs. Crawfoot Yes, the president kissed my little Henry. Mrs. Rail Did it make him strenu ous? Mi p. Ornwfcot I should say so. lie's been hunting the stray cats with an olil run ever Fip.ce. "Th" boss dem't alius !:eep his word," remarked tV.e office boy. "What's he been doin' now?"' Impi'ir--ed the stenographer. "He told me when he went out this mornin' that he'd crtll me up on the telephone. 'Stead of th.it he called me down for not answerin" it when h" come back from lunch." Cincinnati Commercial. "Of course," said the optimist, "if a man gets into the habit of hunting trouble he's sure to find It." "Yes," replied the pessimist, "and if he's so lazy that he always tries to avoid It, it will find hiin. So what's the difference?" Philadelphia Press. o AMBIGUOUS. Mr. Quailes Well. I see eld Gold man is dead, and leaves upward .f $3,000,000. Woudn't you like to be hi" vidow? Mrs. Quarles (sweetlyt No. dear, nothing could possibly delight me more than just to b yours. Philadelphia Ledger. "John." she said, as they stroll?d through the brilliantly lighted rooms of the Caslm), "Monte Carlo isn't at all as I had imagined It. Every one of these 'people we see gambling seems so rice and respc-ctable! Now, dear, do you think it would b.- very wicked if I b;?t just or-ce?" "Of -course not, love; and. even if y.ni loi-e. it won't ctipple tis financially. Here's a lous. Play that and ree what luck you have. You know, if one In-ts on t.:-e's ap, they say :;c is apt to win.". There is a moment of doep th.mg'.n. Then, with a smile of sludnrs'. th" tiny piece of gold i i-hfced i n figure The wheel spins, anil the discon tented little piece of marble, after dancing all about, finally drops with a l!. k int.) 2S. "Theif!" cries the txciied J din. "!f you had been honest you would hive won." o ins o.vriNors si:.".n-e. I Famous the World Over Fully Matured. I IL Order from Melczer Bros. Co., Wholesale Dealer JS Warranted i 1 I "lias old Jink-! ex?ire.-:-ed any pr'-fer-fino for next president " thc-v lciej United F-tal-s?" t "Not yit; but hvll hi- heard fiom." "Think so?" ' I "Know it. They brcke Hp his moon- i shine distillery last week, an' he's I ng'in the gover'iru r.t once m-.i-e." At- ) lant.i Constitution. Pleases the Cook ATf H HFB ! iPOLDEN GATE TOLSTOI HELPS THE JEW.. Count Tolstoi's contribution of ST.TikO in aid of the persecuted Jews of Kishi neff is one cf the largest made in Rus sia Though not a Jew und a harsh critic at times of the Jewish theology. To!:-toi has not hesitatetd to denounce Jl! J?F I!1 - Vr-J mar Does Your Food Distress You ? Are you nervous? Is your appetite poor! Is your tongrue coated T Do yo.t have dizzy spells? Have jou a bad taste in the mouth? Does your food come up after eating? Do you have heartburn? Do you belch gas or'wind ? Hare you pain or oppression around the heart? Does your heart beat irregularly? Do you have unpleasant dreams? Have you a eensation of fullnes3 after eating? Do your limbs tremble or Tibrate? The above symptoms indicate dyspepsia. We guar antee Pepsikola Tablets to cure dvspep- sia, if not, v.c cheerfully refund your 1 money. A remarkable little book, Ad I vice to dyspeptics," conies with every i. cent box. BEN L. BEAR. Phoenix, Arix. High grad. ISP ASTHMA "HOW IT CAN BE CURED" Mailerf Free. Writ The Russian Remepy Co. Z.Vot Sold On Merit Allgroceps sell it XV - For Drunkenness, Opium, Korphin and 'other Drug Using. and Neurasthenia. flu re J"m ! UaftdeotUL 'BBaaa' Dwlght, lit. 10LMG. MiaDU-'GlD aa4 fl DtHlV. li jou are sxuallv weak, no mutter Iroio cause; undeplojd; have tricliire. vriroeele. ele.. .MY PERFECT VaCI I M APPLIANCE will cure -.-n. No drims i r eleciricitr. ,5,01.0 cored kcd te Telopet. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Seud for free book let. Pent Fea'ed. uarntee.l. Write tody. B. A. IMMtl. 2i Tabor Blk.. DenTer.Colo. I 14 V ml I I IB 1 1 -vd It Hill n . I i i i i i i i i i i i i All When the New York Store advertises a Special Sale, our customers know that we give gen uine bargains Not bargains in name only, but bargains in fact The goods we offer you this week are particularly desirable, being selected from the goods you want at this time Every housewife will find items of interest, each tells its own terse, pointed story of economy i GINGHAMS A good quality, that other stores get X2hc for. They come in checks and stripes also 36 inch Mad- Qr ras. For this week we offer them at, per yard SILKS For one week we will sell silks at less than they can be bought elsewhere, and this in the face of the fact that manufacturers are asking big advances in prices. GUARANTEED PEAU-DE-S0IE A beautiful quality, the regular price 0 7 is $1.25. Sale price, per yard GUARANTEED PEAU-DE-S0IE Dyed in the thread, a dependable f article, regular $1.75 quality. Sale price, per yard n) t-0 EXTRA HEAVY PEAU-DE-S0IE This is a good make for coats, etc. fc f OO Regular value $3.50. Sale price, per yard vJM.CJJ CHINA SILKS AH colors, 21 inches wide, regular TS 35c kind. Per yard 01 FOULARDS Navy blue with polka dot or fancy patterns, just the thing for, Summer Dresses, sold regularly 3 at 75c. Sale price, per yard 3vJI INDIA LINENS In this line we excel all others. Regular ioc quality for 7c per yard. Regular 15c quality for. n'c per yard. Beautiful sheer quality, worth i7jc, for i3c per yard. Persian Lawn, worth 25c, for : 19c per yard. Fine Sheer Persian Lawn, worth 35c, for 27c per yard. SWIVEL SILKS Right up-to-the minute in point of smart style, they're winners at 40c per yard. Sale price, per yard ' Jv3h LAWNS A nice lot of linen colored ground, neat fig- Ar- ures, lace applique stripes, worth regular 3C0. Sale price, per yard.-. rl . GRENADINES Plain and fancy stripes, the season's gO novelty all the wanted colors are here, worth 75c. Per yard. vTZjrXs FANCY LAWNS Lace and applique stripes, a good fl . assortment of colors, value 20c. Sale price, per yard ;. . I vj)? FINE PRINTED BATISTE Neat, small patterns, also Sn. fancy stripes, just what you want for house dresses or wrappers, good value B af at 15c. Sale price, per yard. ,. t Jg c Q X