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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUN DAT MORNING, MAY 8, 1904. In Buying a Camera Piii you per stop to think what you what you were goin?, to use it for? Eo you want to K-t some pood pictures with it, or do you want to use it Hmplv as a. means of setting; rkl of some ot that iantity of money you are ovc r'nirJeru d with? Lkl yii'i ever notice tht? host prof essiunal anil amateur photographer.', th kind of an unfit i!'ey list1" Kver have one take vour photograph on a liim in a frallfiy? No. The liest nictiirea are marie on dry plates. We svll tlie Century ar.d J'reino cameras ami have ever pince lhey were inaile. We make a vpe ialty cf line uiHt'ts try to sell you something that will make you like photography. Aft r you nave used plates, if you l'et-1 t!::'t you want to user lilms, the new "i'Mlm Pack" is adapted to any plate camera and is loss bulky than any tilm camera mude. Catalogs and lull information frte. We have a. new fix 7 Pony I'rcmo No. 7, with extra fine lens, etc., one of th. finest outfits made, reirukir cost about $1-1 t, that can be bought for b ss th:in the niunufactiirer'.s cost if taken at once. PINNEY ROBINSON, THE GUN STORE Guns, Bicycles, Camaras. VKsS "SJ Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Street. Phoeni.,. AN ARIZONA EDITION Leslie's Weebly of May 6 Features the Southwest. AT The train didn't get in. There were no berries in town. We promised our customers Strawberries at 8J3 per box and were bound to deliver the goods. At 3 Pa Hi O'clock We Chartered a Special Train And went to Maricopa after them, and kept open half the night to hand them out. Don't forget that we give away, free three full paid round trip tickets to the World's Fair over the Santa Fe Route. . SHOES For Every Member of the Family. (Not including the horse nor dog.) All the Shoes from the immense stock of the Phoenix Shoe Co. Going at such prices the sale can not last long. Get your share or you will miss it. N. C, WILSON, Mgr. Shoe Dept. McKEE'S CASH STORE. r - The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. Pays 4 per cent interest on all time deposits. 4. Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person T or by mail. " j, A handsome nickel steel safe is furnished depositors free of j. charge. Call at the banking office and learn all about our plan for making savinga pay an Income.&Jftit j ij ,. ". i The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. J 100.000. i CHARLKS F. AINSWORTH, President; R. H. GREENE, W-e T Pres.: FRANK AINS WORTH, Cashier; W. W. JONES. Asst. Cashier. $ DIRECTORS Charles F. Ainsworth, W. C. Foster, R. H Greene. J Frank Ainsworth, Harvey J. Lee. Leslie's Illustrated Weekly of May r.lh, which has just been received hero, might very propeily lie calied tin Ari zona edition of that famous journal. The greater j)ait of both its text mat ter and pietuies, iertair.s to Arizona enterprises and 'their description. Charles A. Van der Veer, secretary of the Phoenix board of trade, has a vey excellent article uiu'er the title. '"CoiKjuest of the Desert '' It covers about thi ee-fourth:" tf one of the largo pages and preceding it the rest of the pat,e i.-s devoted to an a tide on "The Southwest" by John Mathews, that ser'.-s as an excellent introduction for Mr. Van der Veer's article. Though it ref- rs to the southwc st generally the burden of th song is Arizona and several very complimentary statements are made, one is that while New York requires one policeman for every five hundred people I'ho"nix only needs one policeman for every five thousand peo ple. Further it is remarked that theiv? is no steaming, snorting moral (or im moral) volcano over which Phoenix is trying continually to hold the "lid." Whatever of vi-e there may be hero, is wide nTe:i and may be avoided by those who desire to avoid it. Following Mr. Van der Veei's article a page is devoted to illustrations show ing a sc c-i'.o in Prescott. another on Washington s'reet. Phoenix, a tent col ony, the territorial capUoI. -ostrich plucking, broncho busting and a rail road picture. Another page is devoted to the Mo jave desert and is written by Hamilton Wright wh'le the next page presents three Indian school and two reservation pictures, reproduced from Hartwell Photos, and. showing the great con ti ast . between the Indian as ho was ami as he is fast becoming. Another page is devoted to "Early Mining in Arizona illustrc'.ed by the picture is a primitive' arastra, drawn by I.. Maynard Dixon. Still another page, -furnished by Oiive Phed is :i writeup of tlold Mountain and the Henrietta mine in YavuTai county. The double page in the center of the paper is an illustrated writeup of Yavapai county by' Harry Fcardsley, an associate editor of Leslie's Weekly, who recently visited Arizona. - It is largely devoted to the Crown King mine and the district surrounding it. gives a picture of the mine and reduction plant, the switchbacks on the I.radshaw railroad recently completed and other interesting scenes. The original Hoghe reopens his famous .chop house Saturday, May 7, How everybody will rejoice! A SAD MISUNDERSTANDING. THE GO CART STOCK of Phoenix on Display Here. " WILFUL WASTE 6.- 'it 3- vCrraP 7' The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Strictly FIrfC1aBB. Quick Service Special iJInncr on Sunday QS North First flvcnuo Phoenix, Arizona WIMtES WOEFUL That old copybook maxim finds ita most forceful application in the waste of vitality, which is called "burning the candle at both ends." A woman is often tempted beyond her strength by domestic or social demands. Some day she awakens from this waste of strength to the woeful want of it. She lias be come, weak, nervous and miserable. For weak, nervous, run-down women, there is no better tonic and nervine than Dr. 1'ierce's Favorite Prescription. It restores the appetite, quiets the nerves and gives refreshing sleep. It cures local diseases peculjarly womanly which undermine the general health. It makes weak women strong, sick women well. " Xo doubt you have? forgotten me. but after you read my" letter you will remember me." writes Mrs. Annie E. Moriug, of 338 7th Avenue, S. W.. Roanoke. Va. "In the year 1897. I wrote to you for advice, which you gave me free of charge. When I wrote to you I was a wreck : i cotilu not walk straight for pains in my abdo men ; could not sit down, lie down, or jjet any ease at all. I liad what was called the best doc tor here, but did not get any better until I went through a course of your medicine. I took eight bottles each of ' Favorite " Prescription 1 and 'Golden Medical Discovery.' and ten bottles of the ' Pleasant Pellets.' I tell you the medicine made a cure of me." Weak and sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All correspondence is held as strictly private. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness. The man was long and lanky, but he came into the office of th? Cl.ricn Gong of Liberty looking benevolent. "Mr. TMitor," sa:d he. "next vk I'm goin' to bring you in some nice spring poultry, and- " The editcr rose like a fury. He seized the long, lank man, and with force of arms, hurled him down the effke s.airs. He was still defiant and brei thing hard when the printer's devil, standing by, said: "Gee! is it the grand gazatoo for theirs when they fetch in spring poul try?"' "Spring poultry!" exclaimed th edi tor. "Great Greeley's shest! I thought hes said ixetry!" And, wailing, he went out and banged hi? head against the office towel until 1 everything cracked. U A' o o u O 6 u a $ a c a u O 0 u a 1.2 N ew $1.25 to $7,50. BROUGHT DINGLEY WEALTH. 0 u a c o 1 O I 0 I (A C J. H. Dingley, of C'oeur d'Alene, has arrived in Missoula with $70iO in gold, which he deposited in a local bank. Last year Dingley and a compan'on were hunting in Shoshone county when tho foi trier's clog jumped a bear, which ran into a cave. Dingley crawled into the hole and killed the bear. Inspection of the cave revealed that it was over the mouth of an old shaft: and in the shaft was the skeleton of a man who had evidently b"en killed bj falling rock. Dingley and his partner relocated the mine and last week so'.d it to R. H. Kingsbury, of Spokane, for $1!.0(A Dinsjley receiving half for his sra:e. He has the dog that chns3tl the tear that was the means of his securing the stake. He will buy a home in Mis soula. Minneapolis Tribune. c o - The thing for a man to do to be pop ular at home when the potatoes are 1 burned is to refuse to go to somebody else's house to dinner next week be cause he never gets anything fit to eat there. New York Press. ' MOTHERHOOD. FUTURE BOOHS AMERICAN DERBY World's Fair, Brooklyn and Suburban Handicaps. Write for quotations. Commissions handled on all races. . JAMES O'LEARY 41S3 S. Hslstcd St., Chicago. Long Distance Phones Yards 62S and 65-1. EVERY COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER developed in "the sroat training: school of the .southwest" durint; the f'.ason just past was developed by the Principal of Way's School of Expett Shorthand. Attend our STMMKR SCHOOL, nt Flip staff or take un our HOMIC STlLV t'Ol'ItSB during the warm wta'h 'r. Corhe to my army, my darling, Come, for the nightfall is near. Come, and thy mother shall send thee To dreamland with never a fear. Come, and thy mother shall sing thee A lullaby softly and low - Sing thee to rest and to dreamland Ere darker the day doth gtow. And as thou sleepest. my dear one. Visions will come to h"r eyes Visions of thee, strong In manhood. Noble and gentle and wise. Her heart will glow at the picture. Thrilling with joy and wjth pride. Yet the tears sadly fall as she presses Thee tlcse, little one. to her side. 0 A u 0 0) 0 ca u a A Magnificent Carload Just Arrived. GREEN PORCH CHAIRS, ROCKERS, SETTEES Sold in Sets or Single Pieces. Reed Porch Chairs and Rockers, Canvas Covered Lawn Chairs and Stools, Genuine "Old Hickory" Furniture. quarters for Symmer Comfort Refrigerators and Ice Chests, 15 styles and sizes, White Mountain Freezers, pint to 15 quarts, Japanned Water Coolers, Stone Jars and Filters, Ice Water Sets Genuine Stone's Lemonade Straws. Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers. " 22 TO 28 WEST WASHINGTON STREET WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STOKE a n p a c p 1 a OS ? O p B 13 1 C i C i O H P 0) P o O o o (A a 0 f n sr p i w P 0 cu w a D Co. Detroit Gasoline Stoves, Pure 'Fire! No Smoke! No Smell! we shall have plenty ai:lto spare, but if eaten now we shall not see a single kernel next f:ill. T'uiii': the r.iatter over an lot ine' know this afternoon whut you have dec ihHl On." When afternoon c-atiie the leader of the Crows appealed before the Peas ant and said : "We certainly wish you no ill. and we desire to express our tnanks for what you have already done for us. but the point is just here: As things are now we can feast oh your corn; as thing'-! may be in six months from now, some body may be feasting on us." "Iut Svould you despoil me of my crop? " asked, the Feasant. "Oh, by no meansv You see, there is always a way provided if you look fur enough. We will so ahead and fin ish the rest of the seed, and then do And she knows that always at twilight i you plant the field to turnips. That Wherever, whereever thou art, lots us in and ycu out, and all is serene The same little lullaby, darling, and the goo:-e hangs high." She'll Bing to thee down in her heart. Moral: Did you. ever notice how easy Hoston Transcript. j it is for us to figure for the other feller v. hen we come in somewheie? A farmer who had cleaned out r. spring on his farm and made the water fit to drink announced to the Frogy that he would like to have one of his species take up his residence in the water and keep it clear of bugs ami flies. The Frog thereupon set out to oblige the Farmer by telling everyone llavin? planted his corn, the Peasant found that the Crows were scratching it out of the earth and devouring ;t. and being a kind-hearted man he called them about him and said: "I have here used a bushel of seed corn to plant two acres. If left to grow it will yield sixty bushels, and of his kind he met. and next day when Uncle Reuben went over to the spring he 'found it inhabited by about tvo bushels of bull frogs and more coming every minute. "Just to show our friendship!" they chorused, as he stood looking at them.. "Yes, I see, and durn my hide if I don't wish yo-j all back in Green Goose pond !' Moral: One may protect himself against his , enemies, but one never knows .when his friends are going to ip.et his applecnrt. t Copyright, 1903, by C. B. Lewis.) o Having announced to the animals of the forest that, he would listen to any and all complaints, the Lion held audi pnoe one day to be aproached by the Foxes, who said; "O King of lleasts, it is of this that we complain: AYe much desire to make a closer study of the habits and .haracteiistics of the Hares, but their strange want of confidence in us pre vents. No sooner do they see one of us approaching than they scurry away jnder ground and leave us hurt and chagrined. We pray thee that it should become known through the forest that no Hare shall run away from a Fox." "Um," mused the Lion, "but .that seems to be a good idea. Yes, Ithink "11 issue a proclamation that that ef- I tar t " "Thanks, O King." , ' . "Never mind the thanks. . While I'm. about it I might as well proclaim that all IIar.es must enlarge fheir burrows so that the Foxes can visit them." us an iaea so grand that only a ex- King couldhave conceived it! claimed. the delighted Foxes. "And so long as I have got the old machine oiled up and working I may as well grind the full grist. I make a third proclamation to . the effect that no Fox shall hereafter run away from a Wolf,- and - - - - v"Alas! your Majesty, but that will be our d&oml" "And a fourth, that should two or three fine, fat Foxes happen arouna ' here about my dinner hour, "hieh is just . now, it would be my duty to yt'.m! yum! yum!" Moral: When you set about to down the other, fellow, take heed whereon you stand. , . TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED lOo'nerTvomcrnaUi ers to dring the best Ranch Butter-, milk. A new departure, the best in Plooenix. ;Three glasses 'to any one person 5c. Also the best ice cream 5c. George'pD, Buhtis, 33. N. First avenue. ft THE NOBBIEST OF THE SEASON IN W. L. DOUGLAS SWELL LOW SHOES for Men at $3.5 O. ' ;:, ; : v How do you like this : Men's fine Pat. Corona, dull calf top, Button Oxford, military heel, on the new swinging last, at $3.50. 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