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TILE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNINCJ, NOVEMBER 13, 11W3
A FINE SHOTGUN FOR
$8
50.
STEVENS' LATEST MODEL
single trigger action, automatic ejector, choke bored, for nitro or black
iwwders. take down, carried in stock in 12, 16 and 20 guage. Kegulur price
on this gun is $10.
We also carry Stevens guns regular top lever action for $6. Our store is
the one that is selling, and has for some time been selling, a good, re-
SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN FOR ONLY $5.00.
PINNEY (Sl ROBINSON,
THE GUN STORE
Guns, Bicycles, Cameras. utsitn7 Typewriters, Sporting Goods.
40 North Center Street. Phoenix.
ass
Necessary Articles
A window fall on display.
We Know there are one or
more yon need, and most
people use most of them.
c&ZBS
See the Window at
Elvey and Hulett's
Pharmacy, SStjlSsl
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hoenix,Arizoha.
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How Is It With. You?
HAMILTON GIVES UP.
Proposed Way to Get Himself Oat of
Jail.
Are Yoi
a. Member in Good Standing
of the Credit Lodge?
Now is the time to break away fi om this form of extravagance, and
we invite you to compare the following prices with those you have been
paying to the man who is glad to carry your account.
Did you ever stop to figure out tne reason why he was glad to do this?
l'erhaps the following prices will throw some light on the subject.
Two cans Rest Chipped Beef 23c
" cans Best Corn Beef 25c
r. lbs. New Rolled Oats...' 25c
1 package Scotch Oats 15c
1 lb. Flat Can Salmon Steak 13c
50 lb. Sack. Kansas Club House
Flour $1.G0
1 33-Cent Jar of New Jams 2Ti
1 Can Baker's Cocoa 25c
1 lb. Best Butter : 25c
6 lbs. Pink Beans 23c
1 Can Deviled Ham 5c
1 Can Best American Sardines 5c
f.O lbs. Best Family Flour $1.30
3 lbs. Pure Ieaf Lard, (Nelson
Morris Brand) 40c
5 lbs.- Turc Leaf Lard (Nelson
Morris Brand) 63c
10 lbs. Pure Leaf Lard (Nelson Mor
ris brand) $1.23
Large Package Schilling's Tea 40c
Small Package Schilling's Tea 20c
1 lb. Can Schilling's or Pioneer
Baking Powder 45o
I can Best Standard Tomatoes 10c
16 lbs. Pure Cane Gran'd Sugar. .. .$1.00
3 Gallon Can Pear! or Bispo Oil... $1.53
fi Bars Diamond C Soap.....
Bars Best Borax Soap
Bars German Family Soap..
Package Force
Package Grape Nuts .......
Frank Hamilton went to trial yes
terday in Justice Burnett's court on
one of the six charges against him
of having obtained money by false pre
tenses. The complaint before the court
was that of M. J. Pettid. who had sold
Hamilton a dollar's worth of pies and
had taken his pay' out of a $5 check.
There was no denial of the fact of
the transaction, but the defense took
he ground that the charge did not
specify an offense against the statutes
of this territory, inasmuch as it was
net proved that Hamilton had repre
sented that he had funds in the- bank
to meet the check. In some of the
cases against him the complainants
said that they had asked him about
it and he had told them that he had
an account at the bank.
It was shown, though, that would bs
an unnatural question, for the reason
that if one is disposed to accept a
check from an unknown man he will
be devoid cf even a suspicion that he
may have no funds, and if he had
such a suspicion a statement by th-?
mnn with a check would not allay it.
The prosecution said that under the
statutes of this territory the presenta
tion of the check is in itself a repre
sentation that the maker is prepared
to take care of it. Any ether state
ment would be superfluous; on any
other, thecry a dumb man could en
gage in the issuing of fraudulent
checks and would be beyond the reach
of the law. It was shown, too, that
there is only one state in the union
under whose statute such an offense
can be committed only by an oral
statement. That is Tex, but the law
there is otherwise different frtin that
of this territory.
There was no testimony for the de
fense, but Hamilton's attorney asked
ur.til 2 o'clock to present authorities
and make an argument. At that time
he came into court and said he would
not pursue the 'defense, any further,
but. he pointed out a plan by which
both Hamilton and the county might
prcfit if it should be found to be prac
tical. Hamilton is a skilled stonecutter,
and at the time of his arrest was
engage(Non a contract which was near
ly, completed. His employer had sig
nified a willingness to advance money
to make good the checks he had is
sued and to pay the costs that had
been incurred. - It was unlikely that
ho would repeat the crime unless he
should gpt drunk. He had been a
steady workman until last Saturday
night, and his attorney believed that
jhe hr.d learned enough since then- to
!keep him steady.
j The court admitted that such an ar
rangement would be better for the
. crunty, but he was not sure that it
. tiuiu i,tr inutr uiiuf?r me law, Fince
Hamilton would have to be found
pullty, having been tried. The law pre
scribes that the punishment shall be
imprisonment in the county jail, and
the payment of a fine three times the
aii'-oupt obtained by the ciime. The
proposition 'was referred to the district
attorney.
Sentence will be imposed upon Ham
ilton this mornins.
. .25e
.23c
. .J5c
. .13c
..15c:
10-lb Box Best Soda Crackers 73c
H1JJL 1 JBJUJtWlli4JIJWma
Don't forget that with every dollars purchase you get a chance on one
of the free Bound Trip Tickets to the World's Fair to be held at St. Louis,
liemomber that you have four chances, to secure a free trip to the Fair,
:nd at the same time you will save at least 10 per cent on your purchases.
McRee's Cash Store,
North Fisst Avenue, Phoenix, A. T.
STANDARD IRON WORKS
Dealers In
New and Second Hand Machinery
Complete list of stock on hand furnished on application.
Castings in Iron and Brass.
Machine Work Fromptly Attended To.
Telephone 571. PHOENIX. ARIZ.
A MARVEL OF THE MAILS.
If a man should start from New
York and travel northward to Alaska,
then dewn the coast to California and j
take ship to Manila, and follow the
lines of travel to Hongkong, to Singa
pore, to Canton, to Tokio, to Vladivo
stock, to St. Petersburg, to Vienna, to
London, to South Africa and finally to
South America, touching on the way
at several Pacific and South Atlantic
islands, and thence back to his start
ing point he could travel a distance
several times greater than the circum
ference of the globe. If he ordered his
mail forwared to him, and left correct
addresses behind at each place, the
letters would dutifully follow him, and
finally be delivered to him in New
Vcrk a few days after his own arrival
there.
All that he would have to pay extra
for this remarkable Journey of his mail
wouia re a aonar or two in tons, wnich
uiii n-pi iM'iii iiiu ciiarL'.9 Mir icr
warding exacted by some of th? coun
tries through which it passed. There
are in the postofiice department at
Washington the envelope of .a letter
.which travelled in this way one hun-
dred and fifty thousand miles, and an
other which came safely through a trip
of one hundred and twenty-five thou
sand miles. St. Nicholas for November.
Phoenix Machine and Gold Storage Co.
A il Knde of Machine Repairing Done oa Short Notice
25-33 North Second Street
Jos. Thalheimer, Pres. ; P. T. Hurley, Vice-Pres. ;
Louis Melczer, Treas.; Alex. Rlieinstein, Sec'y
O. S. WILEY, Manager
S. II. PwOGERS.
S. S. GREEN.
Phoenix Foundry Company
All kinds of
CASTING IN IRON AND BRASS.
All kinds of machinery repaired.
605 SO. 7TH AVE. We will give satisfaction.
PHONE NO. 07L
The First Block of Castle Creek Mining;
and Develpment Co.'s StocK
is almost sold, and in n few days another Mock will be placed on the;
market but at 50c per share. So Don't miss the chance of buying, at 23c. Just
a few shares for sale at that price.
J. HERMAN AAGAARD & CO.,
BROKERS
401, 402 Fleming Block.
Box 881,
PHOENIX, ARIZONA.
Ill
"FOLLOW THE FLAG."
Wabash Niagara Falls Short Line
Weekly tourist car Santa Fe to St. Paul; weekly tourist
car Southern Pacific to St. Louis; daily sleeping car
Southern Pacific lo Chicago. Inquire of agents for partic
ulars. ROSS" C. CLINE, P. C. P. Agt., Los Angeles.
CHARGED WITH FORGERY
The Crime for Which A. A. Pratt has
Been Indicted.
Reference has been made In these
columns at various times to the arrest
in Salt Lake City of A. A. Pratt, for
merly of Wlckenburg, by Sheriff Rob
erts cf Tavapal county. The exact
charge on which he was arrested,
though he was wanted for various Ir
regularities, could not be learned here,
but is now made public.
He was Indicted by the grand Jury in
Prescott for forgery in the passing of a
worthless J600 bank check cn the Bank
of Arizona. It is claimed he Is wanted
in other states for a variety of of
fenses, i
The Prescott Herald says:
"Pratt is a man of good appearance,
smart enough apparently to have done
well had he chosen some other means
of making money. He was well dressed
and appeared to have come from a
good family. He listened to the read
ing of the findings of the grand jury
with bowed Tiead. His lot will prob
ably be a home in Yuma 'for the next
few years.
MAKING THE MOST OF LEISURE.
Man of Force Knows What Can be
Done with Time at his Command.
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Red is the color of danger,
whether on the semaphore
or on the skin. When the
face is reddened by eruptions,
Wheu boils break' out on the
body, or the angry red of
sores and ulcers is displayed
in the flesh, it is nature's
danger signal. The bloo4 is
obstructed and tainted by
impurities, and there can be
no safety until the blood is
made rmre.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery purifies the blood,
and removes the efFete matter which
clog3 ami corrupts it. It cures pim
ples, boils, eczema, scrofula, sores,
ulcers and other consequences of
impure blood.
"I fret greatly thankful fir what xonr
medicine nas done for me." writes Mrs
Clias. Hood, of Kalkaska. Mich. "I siifl
fered with scrofula of the head for twelve
vears. Tried every kind of medicine that
I heard of but found no cure. Everr one
that looked at my head snid thev never
saw anything like it. The Inst doctor I
doctored with before applying to you I cot
worse every day. Was so miserable that
I was unable to do anv work at all. After
taking two or three bottles of vour 'Golden
Medical Discovery' and using the local
treatment you prescriled for me. I was
cured and my head was entirely free froia
scrofula."
Accept no substitute for Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
There is no other medicine which is
just as good " for diseases of the
blood ana the eruptions which are
caused by the blood's impurity.
FREE. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense
Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt
of sumps to pay expense of mailing
only. Send twenty-one one-cent stamps
for the book in paper covers, or thirtv
one stamps for the cloth -bound vol
ume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf
falo. N.Y.
Too much cannot be Paid cf the value
of the hours which most nwn waste.
One of the prime qualities of a man of
force and ability is his clear under
standing of what can be done with the
time and tools at his command. Such
a man wastes no time in Idle dream
ing of the things he would do if he
could go to college, or travel, or hav
command of long periods of un:ntor
ruptod time. He Is not guilty of a
feeble evasion of "no responsibility"
for his career by getting behind ad
verse conditions. If the condiMa.-.s are
adverse, he gets in front of them and
so gets away from them. Condi lion
look very solid and formidable, but a
plucky man often discovers that thIr
portentous show of strength is a sham
and that the great guns which- frown
upon him are merely wooden imiti
tions. Everything yields to a strong
hand.
The question for each man to s?ttl'
is not what he would do if he had the
means, time, influence and educational
opportunities.; the question is what he
will do with the things he has. Th;
moment a young man cea.r?s to dream
or to bemoan his lack of opportunities
and resolutely look his conditions In
the face, ard resolves .to change them,
he lays the corner ston-? of a eolid and
honorable success.
A young man who ceases to dream
about things he would do If he had
plenty of time, and plans the things l.e
will do with the tiir.o tint he has, may
go slow.i but he wil go far.
Such a young rnan. thirty yerirs ago.
suddenly discovered that, by uBIng In a
continuous way the time he sftentcn
ferry boats and railway trains ho m'g'nt
have a good deal of leisure. The le'sure
was made up of half and quarter houis
at the beginning and end of the day
tbe odds and ends of time which moit
people regard as of no account. Taking
them separately they axe of little ac
count; putting thent together, by treat
ing them, as a whole thy furnihel a
fine opportunity for the liberal educa
tion cf a young man of business. TIUj
young man saw the us of the? odd;
ancl ends of time If he could treat thc-m
an ti whole. Thf.t waj really a very
simple matter, though multitudes of
people have never found It out. To
utilize thec hours and make them as
valuable as if they formed a cor.Uru
ous period of time, it was only neces
sary to make a little plan of wotk, and
to have the material in hand fo as to
turn every quarter of an hour to ac
count. This young man warted tr know
German. He bought an elementary
grammar and! phrase book and some
simple German stories. He kept a book
In his pocket, and when a squaie quar
ter or half hour caine, he studied thi
book. It was not difficult, and in a
little while It became very interesting.
He was soon reading simple German,
and from that point his progres was
rapid and the pleasure of the occupa
tion Fteadily increased. In les than a
year he had German o well in hand
that he began to study Spanish. He
became engrossed in the study of lang
uages as a,n occupation for his leisure
hours; he found It very' enjoyable, an-1
every' language learned was an open
door to more enjoyment. In a few
years he was reading German, Span
ish, French and Italian easily and with
keen enjoyment. In the meantime his
business advancement had been rapid.
and he had secured a very Important
and luceratlve position In .a great or
ganization. His studies not only had
given him an education, but they had
:il.o conducted to his success in prac
tical affairs by the quickening and
training of his mind. This is but ono
among thousands of similar achievements.
REQU1ESCAT.
Strew on her roses, roses.
And never a spray of yew.
In quiet she reposes;
Ah! would that I did, too.
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Her mirth the world required;
She bathed it in smiles of glee,
But her heart was tired, tired,
And npw they let her be.
Her life was turning, turning.
In mazes qX heat and sound.
But for peace her soul was yearning.
And now peace laps her round.
Her cabined, ample spirit.
It fluttered and failed for breath.
Tonight it doth inherit
The vastly hall of Death.
Matthew Arnold.
NO NEED.
"I must at least give you credit for
not defending the trusts," said the pat
riotic citizen.
"My dear sir," answered Senator
Sorghum, "the trusts do not need any
defending. They are abundantly able
to take care of themselves." Wash
ington' Star.
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Of Floor Space Devoted to the Sale of
ALL THAT IS BEST IN HOUSE
iHINGS.
with Staples and Novelties.
FURNI
Two Warehouses Crowded
THE CREAM OF THE MARKET.
Not "How Cheap" But "How Good" is Our
Watchword.
Quality makes buying economy, and QUALITY considered, we are able to
furnish better values in
FLOOR COVERINGS
Than can be duplicated in any stock Southwest of Denver.
LINOLEUMS. Just received this season's first direct importation from Liverpool,
per steamer "Socoa." Another shipment en route.
MATTINGS. Just received' this season's second direct importation of China and Jap
anese Mattings from Kobe, Japan, per steamer ''Pride of the West."
HODGES FIBER CARPET. A fabric especially adapted to local conditions. Comes
in Rug's, art squares, and cut from the roll. Ve are sole agents.
CARPETS AND RUGS. The whole range from Cotton Tngrains to Wilton Velvets.
An exquisite display, not equalled in Arizona.
Look at Our Stock Before Buying Elsewhere. We
Have Values That Defy Competition.
& n?r res ay, J
. Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers.
22 TO 28 WEST WASHINGTON STREET
WE CORDIALLY IWITE YOU TO VISIT OUR ST0RE
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The greatest Improvement of the new
method of laundering over the one com- j
monly used, is the perfect sterilization
of every article of clothing that enters I
the laundry.
Our plant is new and thoroughly j
equipped to do laundry according to the
most modern and approved methods. !
Our process of washing requires that j
all clothing must ba sterilized with the j
best of germicides.
Send your laundry to us and you will
be pure that it is returned perfectly j
pure and perfectly laundered. j
Yours for good work and prompt de
livery. Arizona Laundry Co.
Phone Mnin 39. !
Corner Adams and 3d St.
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Merchants, Attention
We have one factory
DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE MAKING OF CHEESE. The
maker is a man cf long experience in thi3 climate, and thoroughly
competent. Our curing rooms are Unexcelled, as we make our own
temperatures. We can give you
CHEESE THAT YILL PLEASE THE TRADE.
Write us for prices. If in phoenix ring up 1S71. or better still come
to ths creamery, two blocks west of Santa Fe depot.
The Maricopa Creamery Company
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no iNUKin LLIMILK siKLtT TELEPHONE 791
iVloHti Dorrls
Undertakers and Embalmers
lady Attfdant
If You Want
To -
Buy afiouse
In Town
Call to see us. If you want to buy
a ranch at a bargain, call to see us.
If you want to rent a house or room,
furnished or unfurnished, call to see us.
.
If you are a stranger and would
like to havefany information about the
country call to see us.
The California Restaurant
1IXAI8 SERVED AT ALL HOTJIti.
Strictly Flrst-Claas. Quick Service
Special Dinner on Sunday
35 Worth First flvenuo Phoenix, Arizona
ALLEN & WILSON
29 West Adams.
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AS IN EVERYTHING
IN THE
Gent'sFurnishing
oijds Line
Maple Leaf Bowling alley, basement
McKee's store. Come and bowl.
Prof. Fountain, teacher of mandolin,
guitar, violin. 243 E. Washington st.
Here you are. Fresh bulk oysters,
Extra Select for loc the dozen. Mc
Kee's Cash Store.
WE GIVE YOU
THE BEST FOR
THE LEAST f
PRICE.
lank. Hie Hatter 1
105-108 West Washington
Street.
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or in adjoining
...DINING ROOM...
with Elegant China Service. !
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At ENGLISH KITCHEN, No. 1st St. t
Are You Going Abroad ?
Then get a trunk or suit case or traveling bag at the
Phoenix Trunk Factory-
Oll trnnks in exchange. Keys fitted. Phone Kcd
391. No. 4a3 West Washington Street. , . . .
i. mu xi ca rcussuy lor nervous pcostraito
cvOViVJ organs of either sex. such as Nervous Pr
$iSatfeWyf Imnorcncy, Nightly Emissions, Youthful
APJD VITALITY
rsTEifvjQjxtxiwja pills
c uau au diseases of tho generative
'OVLrat.in! . V:iilinr nt T ro X r . v..
i.rrors. Alcntal Worry, excessive uso
-r - vv. vu.uij,tuu iiijiiaiiy. iia every
ArTFR USING order we ruaranten tocuro or refund the money. Sold at Sl.OO Per box
f..ICn UdiUw. r.boxci for $5.00. UU.ITIOTT'S CHK.TIICAI. CO., ClocInd, OJail
Fnr nale only by BEN II BEAR, up-to-dp.te drugglft. Phoenix.
When you want a quick cure without any loss of time,
and one that is followed by no bad results, use
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera end Diarrhoea Remedy
It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take. It is
ecmallv valuable for rhilHrpn It is famnn fnr im nir..
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