THE AltfZONA JIEI'UISLICAX, SUNDAY MOUNOG, JUHE 12, 1904.
TAKE A DAY'S OU
We Rent Guns
Sell you 1'KKSH AMMUNITION"
Sell you FISHING TACKLE
Sell you hunting coats, pant, leggings, etc.
Supply you with rifle targets five.
Tell you whore to rind plenty of windowings and doves.
Tell vou where to catch the sporty cattish.
"WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT FUU A DAY'S SPOUT?
ARIZONA SULPHUR DEPOSIT
PINNEY CSL ROBINSON.
THE GUN STORE
Guns, Bicycles, Cameras, VhoSWm Typewriters, Sporting Goods,
Preparation for tbe WorKing of Son
To the great mineral resources C'f Ar
zona has been added another mineral
that is destined to play no small part
in upbuilding and increasing the
wealth of this territory. In the outly
ing foothills of the great San Francifco
mountains in northern Arizona there
h;;s been discovered an immense depis
U of volcanic sulphur In the. extinct
crater of Sunset peak. To the enTgy
aid ability of Hon. J. J. Sanders, a
mining engineer of Frescott, Aiizono,
40 North Center Street. Phoealx.
GREAT REDUCTION. 25 per cent, off
On all our shirt waist sets.
All hats below cost.
THE FAIR, 212 E, Washington St.
Made to order or a fine line of
hand made trunks in stock. Suit
cases, bags, straps, etc. Keys
fitted. Old trunks taken in ex
change. 'Phone red 394.
PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY,
431 W. "Washington SL
The California Restaurant
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
Strictly Plrst-Ciofift. QMlck Service
Kpcclnl Dinner oti Sunday
North First Avenue Phoenix. Arizona
The original cost was
$3.23. "We bought a lot of
them 20,000 and are sell
ing them by the box only,
at $1.00 per box of 50.
Our prices are the lowest
in Arizona. We have given
three round trip tickets to
the World's Fair over the
Santa Fe route. We are
.going to give two more on
October first. We guaran
tee satisfaction or money
returned on all goods pur-
These are the
reasons why it pays to
The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co.
Pay 4 per cent interest on all time deposits.
Accounts may$e 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.
, The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. UOO.OtO.
CHARLES F. A INS WORTH, President; R. H. GREENE. Vto
Pres.; FRANK AINSWORTII, Cashier; W. W. JONES, Asst. Cashier.
DIRECTORS Charles F. Ainsworth, W. C Foster. K. H, Greene,
Frank Ainsworth, Harvey J. Lee.
l4"H4H"H4-4 14' tll'1-lMl..t.t H.litti.M,ill4lt,H4.WHUtUi
2 lbs. Arbuckle Coffee.. 2r,c
3 lbs. pure Leaf Lard.-.Ve
10 lbs. pure leaf lard.. $1.00
Pest eastern bacon. lb..l2o
1 can best Standard To
2 pks. Force 2c
this yellow capped mountain that ha?
itood so silent for centuii?s, is Foon to
.become the scene of great InduUiiil
activity, unlike its former occupation
of activity in the earlier ages of the
earth in belching forth streams of lava
and gases, but to give Up its precloui
treasures of yellow sulphur to supply
the demand for this product in the Un
The people of the. United State? con
sume annually a vast quantity of sul
phur and produce very little. Lo:king
at the United States government sta
tistics for the year 1901 it is found that
this country produced 7690 tons of sul
phur, valued at $223,340, and in the
same year consumed 025.745 tons: tlr;s
It will readily be seen that a vast heme
market is ready to receive the output
of the Arizona mountain.
The volcanic sulphur deposits of
Italy and Sicily are owned or controlled
by the Anglo-Sicilian Sulphur company,
limited, of London, England, an Eng
lish trust, from which company most of
the sulphur consumed In the United
States is purchised, prices ranglrg
from $21 to $50 per ton.
Sunset peak Is s'.tuated nine m les
north of Cliffs station, on the Santi
Fe railway, and fifteen miles In a north
easterly direction from Flagstaff. A
level wagon road from either point
through an unbroken forest leads trie
way to the bare of the mountain, whe.e
the altitude is 7000 feet above sea level.
The mountain Is conical In shape and
rises to an altitude of 8000 feet abivo
the level cf the sea. The sides of the
old mountain are coveied with cinders.
as is the surrounding country, silent
witnesses of the violent activity of this
volcano in thi? remote past.
The crater is about 3000 feet across
and gently slopes down into the heart
of the great mountain a distance of
about 750 feet, whore it do e5?. Sjr
rounding the crater is a rim at leat
fiOO feet in width wherein Mr. Binders
procured his samples that assay sixty
per cent pure sulphur. The whole rim
is impregnated with sulphur, giving It
a deep yellow color that can be soon
for miles, giving it the appearance In
the daylight of being in perpetual sun
shine, from which the mountain derives
its name Sunset peak.
Standing on the rim of o!d Sunset,
looking to the northeast, one can e
the Grand Canyon of th? Colorado. Tj
the west, distant a few mlls, rises the
snow-capped peaks of the San Francis
co mountains, while to the no.th and
among the first to attract the eye on a
clear day i. the wonderful vision or
color in the garden of colors, commonlv
the Painted Desert, so named by
of ha vine manv la vers ur-.n
layers of sandstone and other j.-e-1-gl-
formations, all of which appear to
a distinctly differe nt fit1 rr o i
peaiing as much like a palntin?' as
o ma Me Dy the artist's brush.
.n the stately pines on all sides it
Headquarters for Gamp Furniture, Tents, Wagon Covers, Cots, Chairs and Bedding
.... . on,- -iSni mat n.Is one with
anmiraiinn of the great wonders of ni
For correct prescription work
Dowd's the little drug store with
little prices. Opera house block.
In response to the frequent re ue.c.
of many dairymen, the Arizona Reuub-
ilican has included in it . lni.n,,. tr
iers. Hoards Dairyman, the recognized
authority for dairymen arid farmers.
For 75c Hoard's Dairyman will be sent
for one year to all old and new sub
scribers upon simple conditions. Call
at the office of The Arizona Republican
and get this valuable journal started at
Remember that The Republicans
clubbing offers still include Success
Thrice a Week New York World and
The New York Tribune Farmer.
Fancy Cotton Foulards, in new colorings and figures E
Regular price, 25c yard; our price, yard kJC
Cotton Voiles, in linen color effects, very stylish, worth 25c 1
yard; our price, yard lC
Bedspreads, full size, hemmed, all ready for use; the dollar r
quality for C
Colored Lawns and Batiste, a new line just received 1 g
worth 15c yard; our price IVC
White India Linen, very fine quality, worth 20c yard; iQi
now selling at 12
Ladies' Fancy. Shirt Waist Suits made in up- J 1 g-
to-date styles in dark colors, worth $3 a suit, price J 3
Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits made of duck and other ct O A tf
fancy materials neatly trimmed, worth $3.50, price tp'&nj'S
Ladies' Sleeveless Vests, in white, pink or blue, "1"
worth 15c each; our price, each 1 v-JC
Huck TowelS, 18x36, colored border, hemmed, worth 25c o j
pair: today's price, each O3C
A SUIT FOR DAMAGES
Threatened Against Justice of
Peace and Constable.
A complicated case was broucht to
the sheriffs office last night. Last Ap
ril a man by the name of Villinueva
was arrested on a warrant fiom the
court of Justice Robertson, charging
h!m with neglecting to provide for his
family. Ho was convicted and fined
$50, with the alternative of days in the
county jail. Rut before he left c-jurt
there Was a suspension of the sentence
on the condition that he ray his wife
$5 a week. He has been making thes
payments regularly, but at th time
nothing was said of the costs in the
case. When that matter was subse
quently brought up Villanueva refused
to consider it and yesterday he was ar
rested and taken to the jail on a com
mitment of the date of April 26, thi
time of his trial and conviction. He
was accompanied by bis attorney, and
after a conference with Constable Kyle,
all of them went away. It was statod'
afteiward that Villanueva nald the
eostr. amounting to a little more than
$12, under protest, and that tomorrow,
ne win bring suit against the justice
ana constable and their bondsmen for
the recovery of the money. If hi? in
earcemt ion should have dated from the
date of the commitment, he would have
had only four days to serve. In th?
suit for damages the ground will be
taken that the justice lost jurisdiction
over Villanueva when he suspended the
It Wv-s also brought out that there
is no provision in the statutes of th?
territory whereby a sentence may b.'
suspended by a justice of the pcac.?;
that is, tbe suspension of the execu
tion of the sentence, though the act of
the passing of the sertein e may be In
definitely delayed. At least, that N
quite frequently done. Hut when thi
sentence is actually passed only time or
death, or the governor can re'ieve the
''Found, a quantity of goods in several departments, which we want to unload. Rather have the money.
Invoiced them way below .vhat they ost us. Put in the knife and sliced off a big loss, enabling us to
make a new price to you at figures way below actual value.
ALL OF THEM BELOW COST, IN FACT
Nothing the matter with the goods, only they haven't sold fart enough to suit us. This is your op
portunity. Money saved by anticipating your next fall's needs, or perhaps you will find some article re
quisite for summer camping trip. Prices, a few of them below. . ,
We are making this SACRIFICE SALE now to provide room for new goods which will a little later
begir arriving for fall trade. Our buyer will soon leave for the east, .visiting all the leading FURNI
TURE markets, Chicago. St. Louis, Grand Rapids, Rockford, with their hundreds of factories from which
will be selected the choicest and latest novelties of the coming season, and at prices the lowest which
spot cash trading and car load quantities command. We will be able lo present to the discriminating re
turning Phoenician summer vacationer upon September 1st a comprehensive !ine of
WEATHERED OAK FURNITURE
FOR DINING ROOM, LIVING ROOM, DEN
which will not suffer by comparison with any you may see, In assortment and price.
THE CARPET MARKETS WILL ALSO BE VISITED, AND OUR
WHOLE COMPREHENSIVE STOCK
will be toned un to its usual high standard of completeness for the fall trade.
A FEW SUMMER BARGAINS
Rogers Silver Plated Knives or Forks, per set
lingers" 1M7 Silver Plaited Table Spoons, p"r set 2.'0
Silver Plated Tea Spoons, per set - l.t'O
Water Tumblers, per set 1"
liecorated China Tea Set. S6 pieces, per set 4.")
Decorated China Dinner Set. 112 pieces, per set 3.."0
CV.rpct Samples. 1 V yjird pieces. Ingrain, l."c to - -,3
Carpet Sampler, 1 yard pieces, Urujsels, 35c to.... bO
Two-ply Ingrain arpet. per yard .60
Tapestry Brussels Carpet, per yard . -oo
Tapestry Prussels Carpet, per yard tr
Standard Prusiels (.'arpet, per yard Sr
Velvet Carpft. per yard 85
And many other astonishing prices in all departments.
DORRISHEVMAN FURNITURE CO.
Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers.
22 TO 28 WEST WASHINGTON STREET
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE
OUR WALL PAPER STOCK IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST NOVELTIES AND STAPLES
When Lysander John Appleton go s
out calling with his wire he gets in a
whole lot of thinking; his wife do: 8 a'l
the talking A tchi.-on Globe.
SUN AND SNOW.
CURES OLD SORES.
Westmoreland, Kans., Mav 5, 1902.
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.: Your
Snow Liniment cured an old sore ort
the side of my chin that was supposed
to be a cancer. The sore was stub
born and would not yield to treatment
until I tried Snow Liniment, which did
the work in short order. My sister.
Mrs. Sophia J. Carson, Allensville,
Miflin Co., Pa., has a sore and mis
trusts that it is a cancer. Please send
her a 50c bottle. For sale by L'lvey .t
Wigg "Are the Pjoneses very so
ciable people?" Wagg "Well, the last
time I was there they taught me a new
game of soltaire." Philadelphia - Re
Sometimes Help the Hair tq Go.
In any changeable climate the hair is
apt to become brittle and to bieak off
stubby here and '.here. This makes
hair-dressing almost a necessity, espo-
cbillv to ladies. In using s hair dress
ing why not get the best, one that com
bines with it the efficiency in killing
the dandruff germ, the germ that eats
the hair off at the roots, causing what
is called falling hair, and in time bald
ness. Xewbro's "Herpicide" is that kind
of a hair dressing. You have no idea
how delightful your scalp will feel, and
how stylish your hair will appear, after
an application or two of Herpicide. It
Is certainly a wonderful innovation us
a scalp anti-septii. and halr-urcsslng.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c in
stamps for sample to The Herpicide
Co., Detroit, Mich. Wakelin's pharmacy
The Missouri language is woi th
studying. There is the word " n ry."
No other word will exictly ;c-cribe
some people. Atchison Globe.
TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY.
Wonderful things are done for tlm
human body by surgery. Organs are
taken out and scraped and polished and
put back, or they may.be removed en
tirely; bones are spliced: pipes take the
place of diseased sections of veins;
antiseptic dressings are applied to
wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries
before inflammation sets in, which
causes them to heal without maturation
and In one-third the time required by
the old treatment. Chamberlain's Pain
Palm acts on this same principle. It is
an antiseptic and when applied to such
injuries, causes them to heal very
quickly. It also allays the pain and
soreness. Keep a bottle of Pain Palm
hi vour borne and it will save you time
and money, not to mention the incon
venience and suffering which such in
juries entail. For sale by all druggists.
When a tnan comes, home late and
gives his wife $50 in the morning it is
a sign that this won't be her day for
denouncing picket playing. New -York
WE SERVE ONLY
PURE SODA DRINKS
You can't get enough, and once
you try it you will always come to
our fountain it's . worth walking
that extra block, and you have the
coolest, cleanest place to enjoy the
good old summer time.
Try a Good Old Celery Vig, 5c
Nature's Natural Nervine
ELVEY (Si HULETT
Phone Main 1
It takes an awful small pimple on th?
face of an eligible man to draw out a
boil-size sympathy from the young wo
men. Atchison Globe.
THAT TIRED FEELING!
If you are languid, depressed and
incapable for work, it indicates that,
your liver is out of order. Herbine
will assist nature to throw off head
aches, rheumatism and ailments aktn
to nervousness and restore the ener
gies and vitality of sound and perfect
health. J. J. Hubbard, Temple, Texas,
writes. March 22, 1302: "I have used
Herbine for the past two years. It has
done me more good than all the doctors.
When I leel bad and have that tired
feeling, I take a dose of Herbine. It
ij the best medicine ever made for
chills and fever." C0c a bottle. Sold by
Elvey & Hulett.
His satanic majesty doesn't waste
anv of his time on hypocrites. Chicago
If money talks it is a good thing it
does not use the Russian language
"I have been troubled for some time
with indigestion and sour stomach,"
says Mrs., Sarah W. Curtis, -of Lee,
Mass., "and have been taking Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
which have helped me very much so
that now I can eat many things that
before I could not." If you have any
trouble with your stomach why not
take these Tablets and get well? For
sale by all druggists.
HIS VAST WAGER.
One Heir Schweigerhousen is earning
a certain notoriety in Europe by a va?t
wager of his own invention. He is tot
cycle 70,000 miles in five years; he is to
come In contact with three kings, to kill
a wild animal In each country, to wrlto
100 articles, take 1000 photographs and
deliver. 100 lectures."
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