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niE ARIZONA iiUl'UISLlCA.N. TJMDA 210KX1KC3, JtJJSi: lO, 11)04.
4. t Bargains In Revolvers, Rifles & Shotguns The following revolvers are brand new, and the prices are the same as any dealer lias to pay for them. If you want any of them speak quick. 1 Smith & Wesson 38 hammerless, nickel linish, pearl handles, net $15.75 tegular pri e $21. 1 Smith & Wesson double action 32, latest model, nickel finish, $11, reg ular p: iee $1". 1 Smith & Wesson d:c:lle action 32, latest, lined linish, $11, regular price $21. 1 Colt Frontier double action '4 I. ?12. regular pi iee $lfi. 1 double action 3S, ?11.4. re.'.ilar price $11. 1 Colt double action 41, $11. 40, regular price $ 1 4. RIFLES. 1 m o lei fi2 Win hestei- carbine, 3.' W. C. 1".. shoots smokeless hih ve locity, oar pi ice with seaboard. Kd as new. $7..0. 1 Mailin 22 take-down, pood as new. $11. SHOTGUNS. 1 line Lefever hammerlerr; $ IT. crim. $23. fit). 1 Syracuse haninaerless. SoTi irun. ?ls.r.0. 1 Ib niiii'-'toii hammer trim, cost '!ew $4", our price $10. 1 l'.e'..';ium double barrel hammer s.U. $S. These shut-runs are all uo iUle barrel. 1. jraupre. 1 Winchester take-down repeating shotfrin, 12 Kauye, $17. PINNEY (SL ROBINSON, THE GUN STOlE. Guns, Bicycles, Casisrc:. VSot"'-'?? Typewriters, Sporting Gccds. 0 Hnrth Center Street. Pho-nl. 1! 9 y TVT V YT T A y TRUSS? O r a. good SUSPENSORY? Don't delay in getting one if you need it. And come in nnd look at our stock, it's complete. All kinds, lowest prices. ELVEY & HULETT'S t r ft o r - -r R U XV. J VJ t91UX. 5-7 E. WiShiiior St and wear PAJAPA PLAN!!, the Hatter FLEMING BLOCK -::--x--:-:- b I ij si r ; I 1 1 II jj lis Denver Sanitarium for cor.Rum ptives and other invalids. Beautifully situated iiinont; the foothills, two miles from heart of Denver, free from smoke, noise and dust. Finest apparatus for treatment by X-ray, electricity, hydrotherapy, and nK'ssoe. Larpe orchard and poultry farm. Resilient physicians. Oiw block from Larnum car line. Private ambulance. "Phono 3700. Villa Park I'. O. Write for terms. i.w-::-H-:x:-K GREAT REDUCTION. 25 per cent, off On all our shirt waist sets. All hats below cost. THE FAIR, 212 E. Washington St. .1 - . : . - ,i .'. !r ... iX-'m-, -.Ia? 9 lie Umoraia MEALS SERVED AT Rti-fctly FMr-wt-Cirtrtw. Hpcciol Dinner North rirct flvcnus ! A trial will convince you that I Uje ENGLISH KITCHEN ! is the coolest and cleanest place to eat. Private dining room in con- jfr nection. Picnic lunches put up on short notice.. Commutation tickets ,4, 25 and 27 North First street. The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. I Payi 4 per cent interest Accounts may be opened for one . or by mail. A VlS nrtviftiYiA ,1 ' L- r. 1 tfaal Lifa la .... . . vj.".., ... im-in-i v- p-i c i th-irpe. f ill :it the banking olTlce iraklrig Bavlngs iay an income. The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAI'ITAL. UOO.OtO. CHARLES F. AIXSWORTII, President; R. H. GREENE, Vtc Pres.; FRANK AINSWORTH, Cashier; W. W. JONES, Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster, R. H, Greene, Frank Ainsworth, Haxvey J. 1a m. C1GAHS I AT. ;$I.OO PER BOX The original cost w is i-3.2". We bousht a lot of the:n 2i',i'cC and are se'l iii'.; them by the box on',;.', at $l.t:o per box of ar pri. es are the lowest in Arizona. We have Risen three round trip tickets to t ie Woild's Fair over the I-'ai.ta !-"e route. AW are .;;'Mi'-.; to ;;ivi' two more on October first. We guaran tee satisfaction or mora ictmiad on all sn.!s p.u , has"il. These are til reasons why it pays to Hade ,.t IIVIc lbs. Atbu'kb- Coffee . . 2."c It s. pure Leaf Lard. .:." Id !bs. pure leaf I, ml. .$1.00 I'.'-s? caste! n bacon. lli,.12. 1 i .in bi-t Standard To matoes tie - pks. Force ,A Made to order or a fine line of , k hand made trunks in stock. Suit fitted. Old trunks taken In ex chan;?o. 'Phone red 394. PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY, 431 V. Washington St. Kestauraol ALL HOURS. Quick Mervtco oti Hundoy Phoenix. Arizona -f h t -l ! . .. on all time deposits. dollar or more, either In person 2 T fn.nl'.t.A.l A U... . A o x ui ili.lirru urlllLUIS 1 VrV ill and Icarn all about our plan for CASH q STORE UP-COUNTRY RESOURCES What One May See Between Kelvin and Dudleyville. I.. II. I,anli:-, CTPiiDnil ;KC?r.t of t'r.'. S. i'. I'. & I. r;i;lio;i'J rct'.irneJ last ni'ht f:o'ii ;i two t!;iys' trip up ih' G:Ia l iwr .is far ivs D.uJU yvil!?. Th" pri;:i:;ry ' p"rpoFi? of the trip was to make t:ual arrangements for the t: i-r -nun's picnic to be held at the button tunnel, oast of riore:co, next S'.ii(M.:y. I'.ut ;i;:i:i'? the opportunity he thn.i'.H ho would pii.h on a little ways al:c i.l of the railioad asid fairdliarizi' hii.i.-elf with sui i r.iiiiitii's further up the ri.'it of way. The railroad is now within three iviler, of Kelvin, end at that juint he took a conveyance driving t D-.'d'.cy- il!o. eighteen miles hoyon.l Kelvin, ilo tle-ctihes the section visited as a wori do: ful little co'-.ntry. Its agricultural possibilities are lin:ite'. in frxti'iit us tae area between the mountain walls on either Fide the river is snvill, probably not over a mile wide. Mo-'t of th" a: able land is already occupied, about n.tain acres ! in.'.: under cultiva-tioi- and the owneis are prosperous and happy. They have rn adeip.iate water supply the year round, taken from the Clila and raise larye crops of alfalfa, barely, wheat and corn. The farmers have a fine local market and are now RtdliiiK hay Tor fiom S-1 to $l'" per to-i. Dudleyville is a pi omi:-ins; little phm" Hn re bei'u-; several mining i o;:ipai i'.; now (imacred in developintr in that im mediate vicinity, with fine prospects also for the development of oil. The 1'arafVine Oil company, which has bern persistently pursuing its search for oil for the hist two years, has temporarily suspended operations, having reached the limit of the driilins cap:. city of the it present ripr. I'ut the eompaoy i- moi I , detei ii-.i'. ed tl'.an ever and h.:v;.ily en- thusiast ie over it oi! ir.di' atinns. li ciujn:s to !:ae sut'ici nt n.oia v to ccie new hinei y and t outline i 1 1 r. wdveh it proposes to do at onej. J he i-an C arlos era! strip l or.ly P al out l'n'teen n ih-s away and it;-, de- ' Velopiu.ent is arriei- the possibilities of ; p the future. Tl ere is a'so a hot spria.-; not far from Dc:d!e; vi!l for whi. h l: : ..I..: . i . I . ' i . 1 1 1 1 :e i : i u-- , . : e t i.: i ! : ,c i . I , ; : i nuve up io ;.ie y iro;n m iv.ii : 1 .;de ille. Savs Mr. Pan. lis. is a !- ! iiK-tf Jl one. tie river 1 -eitivr with cottonwo.-il srims ai. l llie'e i-i I'iso an a bund. i in e of ipiai! and oth'-i s ure that makes it aa attractive p! '.' tor sport: ::.en. lM"M"I' I-1 H ; -H-H-fr J V n J. . K. II. Seiby f I.-i.; A.:;;.'! s. 1 Whitaker of San l'i .: i 'orthi v of Ilut'.e. le'iiste Hotel Ad.nur. ycsieulay. Th : re--;isierii-. at th- hotel yesl("d:iy we:e: J. !'. Kinpinan; Mis. i'i iheno;;. m. Ki.bert.s, Na .z : i. tI ru.eu.ts. Albuiiiierou': K. " Tucson: A. M. Nelson, Tue..i: Cook. ChicnKo; D. J. Alb'-rs: Franclsc-. U. o. Tu'kr of Pi.-rc t:. Iir J-'u ikerath. i;y: AV. K. C'il. of Wash ington, i). ".; 'arri" Ir3diii'.w, of i Portland, registered yest- Td iy r.t the i I'ord h. tel. I Amors these Icivms las-t niR'at vn the M. & 1. were: Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Warrenke, Mrs. A. J. MeCiateha, Stanley M ;ia! hie. I.o. A Mfe'.es : K. J. Whitaker. Waco: A. 'handlers. ("hica.sfo; "ha W. Max.;( tl, Miss UV, i I Ijfp. I. M. D.-vore. linva:; ilrim I!, Mrs. Sirah II. Keadri. !:. Mr. a i l Mrs. F. M. Iloiton. Mr. Tram. K. I: Iton, M; . K. I.. Hhnhirt. II. M. McFall. A. J. McClaTcbie. H. Kint;hal;n, Nortoa M trsh.i'.l. San I)irKo: r. It. Mar. h. Santa Menu a, Fon (lee, dob"; l.ee I'in, (i!nlii: P. I.. Silva. Sin Francis? o. CAME NEAR DYING From an Awful Skin Humour. Scratched Till Blood Ran. Wasted to Skeleton. CURED BYCUTICURA One Application Soothed Him to Sleep. Cure Speedy and Permanent. " 'vThcri rav little boy was about three mrniiin oid his head broke out with a rash, wiiic'i was very itchy and ran con siderub'n watery fluid. We tried every thing we could, but he got worse all the time 1 1 ; 1 it Bjirc id to Iim arms, legs, and then to his entire body, and he got no bad that he cnni'; near dyln-j. The rash would itch po that lie would scratch till the bio id ran, nnd a thin yellowish iduff would he all over his pii'ow in the morn iu. I had to put mittens on his hands to keep him troin tearing his bkin around his wrists. He got xo weal; and run down that he took f dnting ipcdl8 like we would think him dying. 1I was al most a kelelon and his littlo haudo wem thin like claws. "lie was bad about eight months when we tried Cnticnra l:crn-,d:es. I l;td not laid him down ia his cradle in tiie fbvriine. for a long time. 11.; had got so tnat he jus s!c,i'. in our arais u!l the time. I washed hiia with ( 'uMciira .Soap and put on one application of Omictira, Oi.'dment nnd ho was so soothed that I put Iiira in the cranio. Von don't know how gl id I felt when lie feir, better. Ittoukouc box of Cut ie.urn Ointment, pretly U"ar one cak- of (h-.ti-cura Soap, and about half a boul of Cuticcra Kesoivent, t care. I think our little boy would have died only for the Cuticira Itemcnies, and I shall al ways r'-rn.iiii a flrui friend of them " Mi;.s. M. C. M AlTLANI), Jasper, . r.uio. No return in N ye:irs. Jlrs. Maitlnnd wrl'es, under date of Feb. I'j'J.i, that the cure is pet in nir;:t. " It idf i'ds me much (.Iras-ire to in fortn you that it is fourteen years since my boy was cured of the terrible skin di.seae from which h suUered. " lln has been permanently cured and is hearty and strong." Sold throughout ih vnrld. Cntimrs RrtolT.nt. Wtc. fin l.,rin of t horott 4'uotr-J Pil'. i.e. pr Tin. of 1iij, Oiotrtifnl ftOr . 8n. li'.r. Jl'DtL : xiiidon.?7 Chnrter houis So,.: fftrm, A Ktie d. U I'.ili Ro.lon. l:S" Coiuio'JIU Av. I.,rtr IlruL' Chpiu. Corn , 1-ov I'rr.pnf tor, btud tut " li.w to C lu. Lvlry iiuatctu." if i i! ! l'i !S..r. ? -a., y m. $1 Every baby cab and go-cart in this store is one built so that baby can nave tnc greatest rest, ease and comfort. We figure this as the most essential thing in go-cart building. At the same time, there is not a more attractive, nor a more durable line made. The showing of them this year is more complete, and the designs so much more attractive, that you'll be very much pleased when you come in to look them over n SI r- I H I M TO MARKET DROOPED AGAIN The Flurry of a Day Was QuicKly Over. New York. Jinii- Th" ll'.it -pe. 11 !..:ion and ailvar.ee in ric-.-y which wan in evi b r,.-,. v, :r :d y was torn -v hat di.-'cr,uiage(i today ar.d Rive t:i- rr:at k'-1 little jdiow of enthusia-in. STOCKS. AH bison. Ti': d. I fd.. '.:, N. J. '-rtral. i:i; ('. & O.. swy, S.. Pvd. 17:.: ItiR Four. CS; '. & H. l!",: do 1st nfd . 4S1..- ib. ml i.i.i ur. i.-..:.. ' - ' i''"- " i-i.', -; Manhattan. 11'-.; Metripolitin ' HO1;; Mis-souri I'acifii , Ji.-.; New York ; f'entml, 11j'4: retina , 111; St. L. -.1 S. F. 2ml pfd., 13; Hmith'rn IV.cific, l,;,-: I'nion I'ai if;e. -i;y, Ama'. Co.- per, 4:; Sutjar, HTd-i: Anaconda. Tl: U. S. Sf ei, j; do pfd.. WisH rn 1 'ii on SO''i BONDS. I". S. Kef. 2-y.. I'g.. K'Vj otip n, I l'.; -s.. res-. '0': c-upon, ICO; old I-.. i-'-s'. lO'J'i: i-oujion 107!,. METALS. N'evr York. June P. f'oppcr d 1 1 n d in Iondon, -'osin-4 at f.'.r. f,.s. for ;;ot rnd futvris. The market lnejllv v.as nv.iet and a little 1 ,ver. with lair- moted nt 12.".. ele.-trfdyt ie at YI.HWjl l.'.ST'j and cnstinir at Yl.n.v,iYlP. Lend wan steady rt ill T3s. !)d. in London, and was also unehnnsr'd lucallv where it dosed at 4.2." !i 4.?.". P.npllfil' Wilis imr h'i n"fi-l in "Vc-- V yL- ' nt 4.7r,I.STU and nt f21 ITis. in London Lar silver. ."3'i;: Mexican doKarn, 41'. WOOL AND HIDES. New York. June 0. Hides and w o' steiiciy. GRAIN. f'hieairo. .Tun" !. The pprerdincr of !::(rv'f ing fipr-vations had a. weakening iMflifnc c en th" wheat market to lav. 'ijioninK' sal"S of July wlvat were at S'f 'lT' Afle'- selling off t.. Sii',;. clo-ed at July corn opened at InTi !0. r-i!d between 4S!G anl 4'''i. dosing a1 . ''."si After npenir.ir unch uirr d to a shade hifrla r at ?,'.'''. July o its eld betweeti :? and rlcpir.x CATTLE AND SHEEP. f'hieaK". .fun" 0. Cattle Keidrds-. T"a0: rte'tdv tr stronjr: jrood to prim'' steers, 5.7rA6.r.0: poor ti medium. 4. "Tiff? t.e-0: f tofkers and ford. if. 3.00" 4.6ft: e;.w?. l.T:.??4.7i.; beiters. 2.r.0if..(0: t-a n- li'TR. 1.7riT(2.Tr.; bulls, 2.ri0T( 4.3 i; calves, "riTi'.rin. fhef-p Kf-eijitp. IS.nftfi; sleady lever: l'(im1 It choire welh-ra. .:.: fair ! clioice mived. ?,,'t:,M wesl.-rn i:h""p. -1.2"w( r..:0: native land s. 0.7" ; western 1 iinhs, .W-vX'y. fpi irr; lambs, 4."0si 7..":.". , llUdihs " Yes. my phonns;raph is one of the best. She's a dandy." Plnbbs "Why do you pive it the feminine sen der?" Blobbs "Because ph repent.-! everythinpr sbo hears." Philadelphia I'.ecord. i '''. m l s. M.jij FTttSi.,- Nothing's too Just the kind you vant to take on the train on your vacation trip. Convenient, economical. Recommended by physicians as health ful for baby. They are easy to handle. ' Fold closely, stand up light and recline by a simple movement of the handles. 12 Styles $5-00 to $U.OO VHoIcsolIc and IXetail House Furnishers. 28 WEST WASHINGTON. We cordially invite fii Jj Mot Fancy Cotton Foulards, in new colorings and figures -a C Regular price, 25c yard; our price, yard UC Cotton Voiles, in linen color effects, very stylish, worth 25c yard; our price, yard Bedspreads 1 full size, hemmed, all ready for use; the dollar quality for C Colored Lawns and Batiste, a new line just received -j worth 15c yard; our price Av-C White India Linen, very fine quality, worth 20c yard; Qip now selling at 12 Ready-Made Sheets, 72x90, run size, worth 50c each; a A. our price, each. "v-C Ready-Made Pillow Cases, 42x36, deep hem, all ready "3 Ql- for use, worth ijjc each; now going at, each Y 2 C Ladies' Sleeveless Vests, in white, pink or blue, worth 15c each; our price, each lvC Huck Towels, 18x36, colored balder, hemmed, worth 25c IB pair: today's price, each i tfC i 4 i i v f i PL j x 1 j w w J n. it i mm MR V-f-4 fS M V.'V s:ood for A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF NG CA you to visit our store. eat iier Baraains m R STREET. s U If 3 Y Y Y v Y Y Y