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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1904.
Pistol Record Broken for Arizona Read This! It Tells Who Broke It. We did. We have sold 138 pistols and revolvers in the past two mDnth3. The price (coupled with the fact that the poods were all new and latest models) did it. Some of the pistols were sold for half the regular price. The Bale is still on. AVe are not allowed to advertise the prices, but you can ascertain them upon inquiry at the store, or looking at our south show window. If you want a '"house revolver," a target pistol, or any kind of a pistol, or if you expect you will want one within the next few months, take ad vantage of these prices. They cannot be duplicated. PINNEY CSL ROBINSON, THE GUN STORE Gods. Bicycles, Cameras. WoSWm Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. I Th Hnme Savings Pay 4 per cent interest 2 Accounts may be opened for one 4 or by mall. A handsome nickel steel safe Is charge. Call at the banking office and learn all about our plan for making savings pay an income. , The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $100,000. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, President; R. H. GREENE. Vice Pres.; FRANK AIXSWORTH, Cashier; "W. TV. JOXES, Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster, R. Greene, Frank Ainsworth, Harvey J. Lee. "Verily Verily, more, more "It pays to trade at McKee's Cash D o it Today Don't wait. Hundreds of satisfied customers supplied will tell you our jtxxls and prices are right. Today we place on sale one carload of Greely Potatoes. They are Hound, mealy and delicious. Our recent large purchase of this article enable us to name prices that are below cost of competitors. By sack only Iney are going at $2.15 per Cwts 600 dozen big ripe Navel oranges sold elsewhere for 40c per dozen, long as they last you get 'em for 25c. They are the very finest on the market. 200 pieces sweet and fresh eastern bacon, per lb 10-pound pail Pure Leaf Lard (.pound pail Pure Leaf Lard J7 pounds I-ure Cane Granulated Sugar .' , " Our are the prices that make 'emdizzy, "And crowd he store that's always busy." Let us give you prices. Our big business so far this year is far epectations. We are going to break all former records. So look for "If grocery bargains you're pursuing "At McKee's Cash Store there's something doing." Our Shoes Travel in Pairs And you ought to see them go! If you are putting off the time for the selec tion of that pair you have been thinking of, you had best make up your mind at once. N. C, WILSON, Mgr. Shoe Dept. McKEPS CASH STORE. uf:-:YS;i Made to The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. , Strictly First-Glass. Quick Service Special Dinner on Sunday SB North First fivenua Phoenix, Arizona Great Reduction in Hats See the beautiful shirt waist sets and fine belt buckles, etc., at very low prices THE FAIR. 212 E, Washington St. senior sanitarium for consumptives and other invalids. Beautifully situated among the foothills, two miles from heart of Denver, free from smoke, noise and dust. Finest apparatus for treatment by X-ray, electricity, hydrotherapy, and massage. Large orchard and poultry farm. Resident physicians. On? block from Barnum car line. Private ambulance. Thone 3700. Villa Tark r. O. Write for terms t ':::h.:-:: MACHINE WORKS. KUNZ BROS. & MESSENGER. All kinds of Machinery built and repaired. We have a complete utflt of tools for reboring Engine and Pump Cylinders without remov ing them from their foundation. First class work guaranteed. Second kand Machinery always on hand. Telephone Red 823. Cor Second end Adams SU. PHOENIX ARIZONA. Bank and Trust Co. I on all time deposits. T dollar or more, either In person J furnished depositors free of Store." but as ...12c .$1.00 ...50c ..$1.00 beyond us up orcer or a tine line of e trunks in stock. Suit gs, straps, etc. Keys Old trunks taken in ex change. 'Phone red 394. PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY, 431 W. "Washington St. GRAND TRAVERSE H ARIZONA And Other Good Mines in the Cave CreeK District. The Cave Creek mining district Is rapidly coming to the front and ee?ms to at last be claiming the attention of capital, the only thing that has held it back from getting into the mineral pro ducing lists of Arizona. It has in fact been producing Ihe precious metals for the last quarter of a century but only in a small way for want of proper ex ploitation. Within a radius of six miles of the Cave Creek postofTice are at least half a dozen mines that are well spoken of with scores of intervening prospects, to say nothing of the many mines of similar promise in sections more re mote from the center 'of the district but nevertheless all referred to as Cave Creek. The Ben Hur is often spoken of being exploited mainly by Phoenix people and the Mormon Girl is promising to become an early producer. It has pro duced much gold in years gone by but for years has lain dormant. The pres ent management expected to have a mill running becre this time but was delayed by one- thing after another, though it is promised that something will be doing shortly. The Maricopa was sold for a good figure a few months ago and is accounted a rich property though it is not being work ed. The Fleming mines are said to be developing satisfactorily though their exploitation is being retarded by the fact that the property was thrown into probate court by the death of one of the owners.. A. S. Mills fvols sure he will have some good news in resjjeet of his mine In a very short time and the result cf his explorations is for that matter interesting to hear about. The Gold Hill owned by Senator Clark, it is believed will be furnished with a reduction plant before long. Other good properties in the immediate vi cinity of Cave Creek postofTice are the Hunters Rest owned by Howard and Crenshaw, the claims of W. L. McKay, and the holdings of the Grand Traverse & Arizona company whose operations are being conducted by F. E. Withey of Marquette, Mit-h. The Grand Traverse company lias don more in the last year perhaps to develop that ?c-ctioii, than any o-her company. It owns 21 claims and has a most excellent showing for the work done. Since last November from three to twelve r:ieii have bei constantly employed an1 the camp was to have beenkept bu;y till the first of May. It was intended, however, to close down S3i, 3 -si!-UTh77 Requires a foundation. That is just as true of the building up of the body as of the building of a house. The founda tion of a strong body is a strong stom ach. No man can be stronger than his stomach. A weak stomach means a weak man. Dr. Pierce's GoHen Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It enables the perfect digistion and assimi lation of the food which is eaten. Thus it builds up the body and restores strength in the only way known to Nature or to science by digested and assimilated food. " While living in Charlotte, N. C. your medi cine cured me of asthma and nasal catarrh of ten years' standiae," writes J. L. Lumsden, Ksq , of 221 Whitehall Strt, Atlanta, r,a. "At that time life was a burden to me. and after pending hundreds of dollars under numerous doctors I was dyiriff by inches. I weighed onlv i.V pounds. In twenty davs after I commenced your treatment I was well of both troubles, and in six months I weighed ijo pounds, and was in perfect health. I have never felt the slightest svmptom of either since. Am sixtv-five vears old and in perfect health, and weigh 160 pounds. No money could repay you for what vou did for me. I would not return to the condition I was la. in October, 1871, for Rockefeller's wealth." Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets assist the action of the " Discovery," when a laxa tive is required. ra - ' . S I Percale Shirt Waist Suits, In white and black effects trimmed with white braid, well made now selling at $2,50 a suit Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits, Made of fancy suiting, neatly trimmed with white faggoting, very effective now going at $3 -50 a Suit White Duck Shirt Waist Suits, Trimmed with wide cluney bands, perfect ly tailored, now selling at $4.50 Each 1 TEUE BOOTQN then for tZie Bummer but something occurred that was certainly novel for the Cave Creek district and that was the breaking into, of a voluminous flow of water, so much water in fact that further work could not be done except by the Installation of pumps. For that reason Mr. W'lthey closed down for the summer a little sooner than he expect ed and it is understood that he is re turning east for the purpose of arrang ing to exploit the property on a large scale with the coming of cool weather again. He has spent thousands of dollars in this city for supplies and leaves for the summer with every debt paid and money left In the bank so there will be no handicap when fali comes and wc.k is resumed. In the matter of ore bodies the Grand Traverse seems to be well sup plied. Operations have been conduct ed on several fine ledges and there P.re eight others which have not been worked. The deepest work is 140 feet in what is known as shaft No. 2. It is an incline shaft and cuts through a ledere that is from eight to fourteen feet wide and 'that has been explored on the surface for about f.00 feet. At the depth of forty feet the shaft is in tersected by a tunnel a hundred feet leng. a working station being exca vated at this point and a track laid in the tunnel. Sinking has been con tinued below that point In the shaft for the entire shaft was in ledge matter. The ores in this shaft carry a gocd percentage of copper and assay from $20 to $G0 in gold. Shaft No. 1 is down seventy-five feet on a ledge thirty-five feet wide which carries copper running from eight to forty per cent, v.iih a good showing of gold also. There Is aifo anothe:- tunnel now about fifty feet long, that is being run to crosscut a surface cropping of copper that is seventy feet wide. With this sort of a ledge showing there Is certainly ev erything to inspiie the operators to further work and there can be little doubt respecting ultimate results when permanent levels are reached. In fact the deeper workings are already very assuring of permanency and the Cave Creek district will await with Intense interest the resumption of work on this mine. Though it Is closed for the sum mer, those In a position to know state positively that It Is only a temporary close down and that Mr. Witney's con fidence In the mine increases with ev ery stroke of work ;ior?e. o THE PICNIC TO IRON SPRINGS. The committee on the Baptist picnic to Iron Springs next Saturday re quests all who expect to go to pur chase tickets before Friday evening ns they will thus aid the committee in arranging for transportation. Tickers can be procured of the Dorris-IIeyman Furniture Co.. and f the "hoenix Titla and Guarantee Co. ' SINGLY AND EN MASSE The Carnival Shows Are Redeeming All Their Promises. Another day of carnival week has gone into history and it is a day of increasing fame for Nat Reese and the big amusement aggregatian of which he is the head. He is doirg all that he advertises and like1 every honset man wants credit for all that be does. One thing that should be said In justice to the show and that has not heretofore been made clear is that there is no edmissicn at the gate in the day time. The free shoVs- can then be seen at no expense to the visitor whatever, and it may be said in passing that the free shows are among the most expensive in the entire company. In the evening there is the ten cent i-harge for the free shows are accompanied by a gor geous illumination which is not only expensive but which Is of course one of the most attractive features and the management does not desire to take money at the gate in the day time for something it cannot present. The stadium show Is of course the chief attraction of the individual shows. Its Japanese posturing artists, the Gilmore family on the skyhigh trapeze and the other athletic stunts, together with the trained pigs for a comedy feature, is something nobody should miss. The performance ends with the wonderful loop-the-loopi act which is presented faithfully according to the bills. Diavo'.a yester day made the death defying ride twlcft without accident, before an almost breathless audience of hundreds. Mon day night though came near being his finish, and last night he halted opera tions for several minutes while he per sonally made a careful inspection of the trap on which his life depends. OF COURSE OXFORDS Are the Proper At this season of the year. We have the largest and best selection in the city, all of them 1904 styles. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. WE FIT SHOES. Another lot of Hosiery Just In. "FOOTWEAR EXCLUSIVELY." 27-29 K. Washington Street. Phone Main 274. PHoenix, A. T. r , v , !;,. f Monday night hlr. whesl on the lower side of the loop lift its marked courr-o and came within six Inches of running off the edge of the loop, which would have doubtless meant jnstp.nt death by a bump against one of the nearby unrlghts, notwithstanding- ths fact that he wears a padded :-oat and his his head partly protected by a. steel brac ed cap. The bicycle he rices has iron rims and alone weighs 90 pounds. If it ever falls on him with the velocity it travels It is good bye Diivola. The earliest spectacular evs-.t of the evening Is Philion's wonderful spiral tower feat that must be seen to be ap preciated, being performed In the midst of a marvelous fireworks exhibit, and the last free show of the night Is dare devil Du Bell's high wire bicycle stunt. He Is forever kicking at the manage ment because the poles are not higher but fifty feet is high enough to suit most observers. He I ides back and forward in mid air, pauses a moment then touches off a cyclone of fireworks after which he rides back and forth through a cloud of fir his head being protected by an asbestos cap. It is not only a most difficult feat but the il lumination makes it appear to be a de fiance of the elements as well as the well established laws of nature. Of the smaller s'.iows. details are to confusing to recapitulate. Mozelle the sepentine and fire dance.- has been seen in other places and a': other times but never to any better :id vantage' or with finer eclor effects. The electric fountain in the same show is not new in the world tut its use on a portable stage is new. . Dreamland under the managenierrt of Carl Cook is another very clever show of the hypnotic order but clean in ev ery way as they all are and filling te visitor with wonder. He see;? the thing done but feels like doubting his eyes. Little Alice is a curiosity wcrth any one's while. She is a seventeen-year- olj girl, whose body was covered with hair two Inches long when she was born and which has now grown till she Fancy JEME HOEGEE'S GRAND PREMIUM COUPON Good only until May 6. Cut out this Coupon and send to Hoegee's with 50c and we will reproduce ONE DOZEN BEAUTIFUL CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS From any photograph you may wish. These photographs are executed in the highest style of the art by the largest copying house in the United States, and who forfeit $10.00 if their work does not equal your copy In execution. They are equal in quality to photographs sold in first-class galleries at J3.00 to S5.00 per dozen. These beautiful pictures cannot be obtained at any price except by cutting out this coupon as above provided. Cut out this Coupon at once and send ua your photo remember, this of fer holds good only until May 6. Wm. H. Hoeg'ee Co. TENTS, AWNINGS, HAMMOCKS, SPORTING GOODS, KODAKS, BICYCLES, 138-140-142 S. Main Street Los Angeles, Cal. Sample Specimen Photograph mailed on receipt of 10 cents. r exzx: WHEN YOU WANT A HAIR BRUSH That will please you in every way from 25c up to $3.00, see the big stock AT ELVEY & MJLETT'S DRUG STORE 'Phone Main 1. is covered with a cloak of It. Thsre is no fake about it as anyone is permit ted to prove fcr himself while her face is comDletely hidden by a mass of fine silken hair. Esau the snake eater is the real thing, the same creature that was seen here before and a hideous monster he Is forcing the g'.gantic rattlers to bite him when they are inclined to weary of their work and erstwhile titing them and eating them as the spirit moves. The midgets speak for themselves and present a clever little drima call ed the jealous husband end the deep sea diving is an exact reproduction of the work done on the wreck of the Maine by Captain Louis Sorcho, who Is In charge of the show. Dixie Land under. file management of D. W. Tate has a cast of sixteen people and presents the old fashioned minstrel show, the best of the kind and a good kind. The Moorish theat'.-r front was not originally designed for the show now presented behind it which is a clever moving picture enterprise show ing the Baltimore fire, Fairyland, etc., that never fails to please the little folks. The big Ferris wheel cannot be over looked fcr it overlooks everything else and there arr a number of ether minor attractions that all help in making a big show. ' 1. 1 M I I mm Oxford Shirt Waist Suits, In two toned colors, piped in blue, very stylish, now going at $5.00 a Suit Navy Blue Dimity Suits, With white figures, trimmed with drawn work inserting, full sweep skirt, our price Only $5 a Suit Ladies' Irish Linen Shirt Waist Suits, Beautifully made, piped in red, very swell only Thing to Wear CO LESS 5 and 7 E. Washington St. RECONSTRUCTION EXPENSIVE Cost the South More than Four Years cf the War. The eight years of reconstruction pos sibly cost the south more than the four vears of war had cost tier. To state it in mere figures, it may be said that when the eight years of negro domina tion under carpetbag leaders had passed, the public debt of the southern states had Increased about fourfold, while property values In all the states had shrunken, and in those states which were under negro rule, had fallen to less than half what they had been when the south entered on that period. In Louisiana, for Instance, the cost of negro rule for four years and five months amounted to $106,020,337, besides the privileges and franchises gvine away to those who had "pulls," and Ptate franchises stolen. The wealth of New Orleans shrank during those eight years from $146,718,790 to $SS,613,930, while realestate values In the country parishes shrank from $K9,266,0S3 to $47. 141.699. In South Carolina and Mississippi, he other two states which were wholly under negro rule, the condition was. if anything, worse than in Louisiana, w hile In the other southern states It was not so bad, though bad enough. tincture's. $12.50 a Suit ORE