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TIM; AW7A)NA JilsrOlfMfAN. TIIUKStiA? MOKNJNU, .TinMli 10, 11)04.
SH G.G.WARNER KILLED WTT I HAVE Ml mm DOG COLLARS LOTS OF TMEM BIG SHIPMENT DECEIVED LAST WEEK Our dog collars are made by people tliat make nothing else.. Ttiu trawl ling man was here a couple of months a so, the only stop lie made in ArijHH:, and calling on no one but us. lie sold us a largo lot of tolhirs, .amt Nearly worth were to be delivered Jur.e ist. Well, they're here, and wc h ive purchased a fine special show case to display them in: that is also here," and bright and early this morning we will have on exhibit the swellest lue oi" dog collars you ever looked at. Iion't imagine because we have the repu tation of handling high class goods that these are all high priced, because we have dozens and dozens of collars at -."c, oT.c, 'i- ami upwards. Our tiigh-e.-1 priced collars are ?S each: these don't sell every day, but we have them for people who want the best. We also have dog chains, locks, medicines, soap, dog biscuit, etc., ete. PINNEY (SL ROBINSON, THE GUN STORE Guns, Bicycles, Cameras. SMm Typewriters, Sporting Gcorls cash i CASH ! Is Wbai we Are Alter.' STtcrii to A i t worm. If yatr mmvry ts-sraw7 msfc tl "long by tra4iu liort. $ ui4er t&U rty eod f tVfTill. ... -23 .. 2 Bill 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. GREAT REDUCTION. 25 per cent, off On all our shirt waist sets. All hats below cost. THE FAIR, 212 E, Washington St. P ji-rVfA V-."' ?,?. ' V' VSr Made to order or a line 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 St. . 15 pumia ran' granolalnj 0 ttSa t . 7 P.ars tiet tbtroft tfei. .-, 1 poisntl tttHW Al Two, . . . . 1 I'.ox, it ii lfts. CW.'..' 1 Can.iWl uar3 Tir alir1. .. . 2 Can lv) Mamlar4 Com...... 5 pounds INare t-o.tf Lnl . 10 po-judu r lrt l4rl. ...... . 6 I?ars f?vrrii Family nap- 6 Itars Pi;mHl C l4 , . . . 1 large 2W ISxtile "Vtmn Catsup. . ! can IVarditfwy hrrt44 CJ FlsJk 1 can iJetirdrre-y t?hrrJd Htrilltg. 2 nound? jsotft fJu-t! Ahrurtu&S'. 1 1-2 fxut pelms esumtnJt Ttea. . 1 packasM f&r. II. fixi .. 1 can good 10 pound ln bei t?u44 rturtir. . The California Restaurant MEALS SEItVED AT ALL. HOURS. Strictly FlrMt.Clons. Quick Sorvlco iitpccinl Dinner on HticJy 35 Ncrth PIrst flvanyo Phoenix. Arizona i i -fr -I- ! ! ! -I- ! -I"!- 4- h -S- I I I I 1 1 The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. Pays 4 per cent interest on all time deposit. n Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person or by mail. A handsome nickel steel safe Is furnished depositors free of charcre. Call at the banking office and learn all about our plan for siaklng savings pay an Income. t t The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, J 100,00. CHARLES F. AIXSWORTH, President; R, H. GREENE. Vlc Pres.; FRANK AIXSWORTH. Cashier; W. W. JOXES, Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster, R. H, Greene. Frank Alnsworth, Harvey J. Lrau 1 package Sli.iirt.fSNtJiif 0 pound best mk 'Z t ans best IhW. . - c ans be? Ch44'vl 5"tf... . I . . . 2 pounds Attxsi'ttle l!nffr 50 p-iund tx-sll ;mily .Mivts-. 1 doz. piut l-riUt Jim...'( 1 do. q'.sart itiiit Jars.. 1 d:. 2 quart Vuit Jr :.. 1 box Wst Califorrii fWrw- berries box best Palifwfiiia liSaefetx.rriM 1 do :, b.cst Ca!if(riia lxc;rwin . . . . Evaporated f'lums. lia.cs, i-:r. Apricots, Ftlack ami White Figs. If Krocery bargain; your pursuing At MrKee's there's iklwaya "soanethiiiit doiiiK-'' -23 25 .13 25 25 2$ 2$ Caught in a Shaft in the Copper Queen Mine Ooe of the Tombstone Argonaut, a Fomtt Member f ihe tegistature anI at Good Han, i 1 McIiEE CASH STORE t'tukrtM . Vari)-r ta tUfel tm nwog )rtM(tpr)t.rltiia off ti trrttr- V abMt irtr of a cn turp, m f ttu- fr4mrm f lb rrfiU-Ik-Mti rtr mt Aric, tttsmbev ot tt: (krritiriMl i-MiM'il am kiUr4 Ilisbr Ut Xj'Mi ly af'.rru4 in an t-l4i in ib CfMrr Quii uoimm ia v.feii h h wt aitnt vuvn l(it4ol. Tfvr aturjr of tin- tragady t oi4 by th Yr4ajr t-ivuut at fcoxit f:Sa : i k tae wtf7k f lUatna rr8 (arikMt Ur a ranwr ttiat CtuirW-s War iM-r feat tv4i kill4 la tti HMtbrtindi aa(t. Tb rwf ivu4 faat, foil i;o drtaihi to ha4 at ttt. tlm. A rti0t uf lw Hvv mm at ciw mu( to tfcr HtttUrccA, aad tlcr it H Wartj4 tri an acrMRt nf m vry mmi- o naiwr Ni4 ecarTv4 to Sir. War- r, lb- fUHnt miiK tft-riteJ- a irnt, ii llw rag Vetvrn ttw tbrc al wwr nwMm: r. i matii ai th roilar f ttw ahaft at Ktpvh r4 by ta- u rrt44 M'H'ni" 51 r Wartwrr tMt tWy wr ruiM t a knir r ctwtci aciitt f )aK a' tfc acei4)Ht b.irin4. PV IW vrry brat atbvUy tbat rMU k itt 1atad it U cxiU1h4 tbet filr. tt'trm iMM laave fa on tte cace vbilr it ia mutWia. . fur ttI 4aya b b4 a-? aa!fiuMT fr:m ik'rix, and k4 r in Ma rfcf, h b i'M(r4 a tVokina aafteatk), 4t ainxi ami raimiryi II. He a (Mrr4 at tit 4v.ittg attack Mf rribW tUa to ypt bit by bi tu&9, r tea afmt awni b- 'K-ii liar a urt 'M aaa Mr. Warmrt InlcrXfe-m u t at tfe t4r kuttiti. II tandiiis t-ar f alsrf , an4 wfcMt tk rwfcvt tfc tJ-r kun4rt Mr. VTarimr wa nrtU'"4 l U- fMrard aa if to eft wif. tut Jnt4 of rMtir (T lk c h t'U Aliiia it wi in (., hia b4y wt!t brtwrn h kj4 and th' Ki-ii; The. t-ae'-aa (t:-4itna- ij'i'il'. i4 P"n a tk fvr. hundred rtft.fd tke ttniH(!, or.d ir. VWrrwr was tsk?n mi.t ut eatim't, an4 iixt r(:at b"i tfcat Mr. Warncir a. r.Mt lJur-d ire yer.i rfiovrr)'. II; waa at wnta ar- 7 I where it wh'b f' orvl tliat ki mmt arl- I -'Ut ifijvy an lractM th' akull j vKlenuiiiY ele -.r urMi:id the . ba k C W.t w.u. It v. ripr'e:.! thaf Mr. Warmr cf-uJd live until Wvoriiiug. nt no hnj of uhrclutc revovery vraa tr a nmii.ciit eatc rtir d. )-ii'!t all lh- elT'it9 tbe iivt riierl-n-d doctor at a littlo after Ihrfe o'clor'k Oxford stock within the next two weeks The very latest styles for summer. If you want some strictly up-to-date wait until they get in. Also a new line of hosiery which will surpass our spring purchase ' . one WE FIT SHOES 'Footwear Exclusively. 27-29 Washington Street CO .to to .15 Phone Main 274. Phoenix, A. T. of kigaii, but fcr tat jr-flv yvoia n ixnuiitafi fur Mr. 7Cgat fat arcctd k4 ba"i tk t, pirtit Urly ! b It b' bn Ibua. abaut Tombatwrto aaxl liba. ra ! Ik tK lilt Oevaland Sminit'tion xa 4 tb erly Tmlitnc Ktaara, j Mr. Ngat cam nrr bri at$a af4 stnl about H(tt:yrara in tbat I lra kre) tkan over bfor la bla Vt. It-e ramp, ar-tiny dwrtt lk buri fw y-ara i4 urabta t cfistt witk nar n4 a a vat brnaM at nri of tbe minw H ' 8e Ikat folty iml bla rwircmr'nta. aafM la tUbe aiwl ftfnftioyed la j KitBr tkc ry waa inCicil r tb tH'ir Qwerrt, arm toK:onl a tko fS'e iitofooard waa H&y to iilr kift bn and Bnatly waa ra!ad ( far aitk kia kmslftaaa ia acme ay ltM (wwitiwn nf aaalataM oi wjrr- Piallr ali tt f.fice r ukra rt iatMi4rnt, kiek a k!4 at - I ban tbarf rratr4 tor Mr. Ntrwt I tar (lime f kla 4-eIk. tk icatWn f cfMnmiaaiofier of imn'i- Mr. Wr?trr waa a ty tnbrr tt Iba cratinR. Tb dali t tke ek 34rtaU- b.i'. Iinjt a Knigkt Trm- j krr 4'8ni. THer waa bowvtr frre ftar, tbirtr-afeofeg (Jvjcre for e5rwtag tb uUrf. rkrin: aba ( tba R)k aa4 tka i Sir. Kiurr.it M tbat kavihg RCtriig A'otka.Mi, ar.'t waa an rr.tkuciaatlc o 4c be atfH!rie3 4M M4 rrt litte Uk r.rmba r ( at'k t.r4r. If la wife ia j Ja tk money. U) a ao tut a tr Hot A A A A A A A A A faV!wiWilftni?iTni BzaczamasaaiczssseBBSBBEBcaaESti mmsyrjirrmymasaBsa Fancy Cotton Foulards, in new colorings and figures Regular price, 25c yard; our price, yard Cotton Voiles, in linen color effects, very stylish, worth 25c yard; our price, yard Bedspreads, full size, hemmed, all ready for use; the dollar quality for 15c 15c 79c Colored Lawns and Batiste, a new line just received i s- worth 15c yard; our price 1 V-C White India Linen, very fine quality, worth 20c yard; 1 OJ now selling at : Aw 2 C Ladies' Fancy Shirt Waist Suits made in up-to-date styles in dark colors, worth $3 a suit, price Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits made of duck and other fancy materials neatly trimmed, worth $3.50, price Ladies' Sleeveless Vests, worth 15c each; our price, each in white, pink or blue, $1.95 $2.45 lOc A v o h firb-s WarrVr itied. Mr. Warner waa a native of the Nature is. bountiful on this Coast. Why shouU anyone suffer from poverty? bchilhnrj s ' Best, and the dealing in it, lift-up' lift-up lift-up. At your srocw'f ; monrybicS. wir4 th 4 iffteltiarm-e. IU 5tep-i. Ken tk'arnr, a kla only relative in Hi.ba. It waa .taly a axrt tim air that Mr. k'trmr went rat o visit kla WKthrr, wts waa lit a tr4'e -ot1ifW: cstJ ty . tke Vatk ancih--r mt. wblrb wa rry o4'ln. .. HOW9 THIS? V arr re Hur trs1 k4tam f!arl fee aay raao of Catarrh lhal cianat b cral ly Mali' Catarrh Ciira. f. i. CttKNKV ft CO.. To"0. O. . V, h tt-ri)irtvr't, hre known Y. J. Chrn-r for h tat l"i yeara, awl t-tv him M"f"tlv lionoraltf in all luaiia IrMMPtlwi ! fl-Manrially aM ta rarrr ut any ot.tiitatlonji mu'ie fv tit tirm. tt.4LIlN;. K INN AN tlV IK, Whnloxt" ni :itx. 'Tr to. O. Ilall'a Catarrh Cere i taKon internally, a-lijf .firwtly itr.n the hltxvl nn4 mti coiim aurfiu'ta "of tlvo fn. Testimoniala frt-. I'tke 75-. ii r Uottto. &.tI ly ali nrwi'a. Take Itali a Karaily FJila fr Cor.rt p- But fee waa bvH alwaya H atari' 4 "Mt on itvarniniff witk tke ifttentkan nt If ing aotntkina' ror Ikan a tutn miaakApr. cf immigration in nam lie mrt a Mrxiran on tke atrvt of Turm ai4 rciwniawtl ki.i a atranger Here waa an opportunity -to earn his aalsry. He afkr4 tke Ueglcari wher.ee k came. He rit tbat. he kad juat arrived ovTlal fiem Sotwra. "What your r.amc?" ' akel Mr. Nuxent. "Jesus M'Xaliy," replied the Meieaj. "CVet Ui k aer (he line as .quiek a i-an," aaiil Mr. XugvU; "we don't waet any klf ferecda kcre; tky mr.st i;e tr.e or th other." Only what This man says. n-echoes the Sentiments Thousands in Our Republic EAST LAKE PARK - EVERY NIGHT The SPOONER DRAMATIC GO. Cfaanse of rrogTam Twice a Wtk. TONIGHT BEN BOLT, the SAILOR Hapular prices 10, 20, 30 and 50c. In;e every Tuesday and Friday night free. ' PCOPrCDSIONflL . NOTARY PUBLIC ' E. E. I'ASCOK, Notar9Tubi1c?Colmyl anting- a specialty. Acknowledgement taken. 110 North Center street. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. TIIO?. J. PRESCOTT-Corporation and .Commercial Law a si-eelnlty. Rooma 6--Kl Cotton block, Phenix, Aritona. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edward. EDVVAKDS & MORTON. Lawyers, 19 S. Center St. Phoenix. Art. J. W. CRENST1AW, attorney at law. Of fice rooms 10 and 211 Fleming Build. nc;. Phoenix, Arizona. of i THE RAIN QUESTION Bulletin That May or May Not Denote Indication. A i i i i A A i A A i i i Your Orders Solicited Kvory one Koins away, and we will ATTEND TO THE REST. wonts a new suit before Just leave your ord?r HllCk Towels, 18x36, colored border, hemmed, worth 25c pair: today's price, each n n Ira Strictly Up-to-date Garments Made The, Phoenix reader is asked to thoroughly investigate the following. This can readily be done, for the gen tleman whose statement is published below will only be too pleased to an swer anv i-omiminication mailed to him ! if the writer ret;Ily suffers from the I rin:ioyi:irr consequences which always " atttnd ina'tive or weakened kidneys. f)U .?ux was ?p f:lns fcr an oppnln? i C. II. French, electrician, Electric again yesterday, but he did not find It. j LljrUt Plant, Presi-ott, Arizona, says: For three or four days it has been , "I have had kid'tey complaint for some tlondv a part of the time and thera time, indicated by backache, some of' attacks being mild ana othcis very acute while the sharp twinges particularly v. hen I unthinkingly straightened, to stoop or straighten after stooping were patricularly evi der.t. There were al.?o other marked symptoms of either weakened or over excited kidneys, particularly in the ac tion and condition of the kidney jecrc- ' tions. An advertisement about Doan's ! Kidney Pills led me to go to the P.ris I ley Drug Co.'s store for a box. The treatment proved to be the very thing I I needed. It -relieved the ackache, j j corrected the action of the kidney ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING, Assayer and Metallurgist Cvanide, concentration, mill and smel ter tests. IS '. Second Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. OSTEOPATHY. DR. D. L. CONNER. Osteopathic Physi cian. Office S West Adams. Phone, office Red 1494; residence Red 83. was some speculation as to whether or , the not there were signs of rain, till th arrival of the weather bureau's report Tuesday night predicting that rain might fall somewhere yesterday, and then it was all off. Yesterday morn ing, however, a group of sporting men announced that in their opinion the rai'i prospects had advanced to a good gambling status, which means that t is not a cinch that it will never rain again and that in the event of a wager it would not be a violation of gamb ling ethics to take the money. WHn that understanding some arall bet were made that it would rain insid of twenty-four hours. Phoenix, 0 p. m. Since the above was written a subscriber rerorts by tl? phonr that George A!klre is cut of town and that it is always supposed to rain when he travels. It is likely it was Mr. Alkire'? absence that gave the bet- j ting fraternity its hunch, tut it th CHIROPODY. PAINLESS removal of corns or bunions; prices &. cents each. Privacy assured. Day or right. Blue Front Harler Shop, 43 West Washington 8t., opposite Santa Fe office. Telephone Red . Frank Shirley. DETECTIVE. DOHENEY EROS., Merchants' Patrol and Private Detective Aeen- cy. P. O. Box 4j4. Piioenix, Ariz. MINING ENGINEER. ED. li. IGGI.NS. Mining Engineer. No" Z East Washington St.. Phoenix, Arizona, consultation and exam nation. North west Mexico a specialty. secretions in a short time and brought; positive benefit that my brother sue' was induced to try the remedy. He received as undoubted benefits as I." Just such emphatic endorsement can bo had right here in Phoenix. Droo into the Brisley Drug Co.'s store and ask what their customers report. , - i i i j r n i rur saie uy an ueaieis. r i ne ,u e , cents. l 'oster-Miibttrn Co., Buffalo, Isn't something doing here imnieul ite'.y : x. Y Mr. Alkire, s a municipal rabbit's foot. States. will lose caste. He will also lo-e thit I Heir ember sole agents for the United the name Doan's and nop of alfalfa on his five-acre farm north of town. Phrenix, 9:30 n. m. Cither sub.-cr.'b.M-s take no substitute. No wonder women don't go on sprees; have called at this office to report other i their heads bogin to ache when they get D. NICHOLSON Importing Tailor. iff Going for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Don't put yourself In this man 'a place, hnt keep a bottle of this remedy in your hone. There Is nothing bo good for Colic. Cholera Morbus, Dysentery and Diarrhoea. It ia equnlly valuable for Summer Complaint and Cholera Infan tum and has saved the lives of more children than any other medicine in use. When reduced with water and sweet ened it is pleasant to take. You or some one of your family are sure to need this remedy sooner or later and when that time comes yon will need it badly ; you will needit quickly. Why not buy it now and be prepared for inch n emergency. Frice, 25c; large alie, 50c rain signs. Among them it U allrged that the red ants have been unusui ly busy during the day, which some con sider rs the best omen in the world. An other mentions the fact that the bugs and grasshoppers .that flit about the electric lamps- so numerously in a wet snrine have been almost entirely ab sent this year, but that for the last two nights they have been increasing in mini be. Phoenix, JO p. m. Henry Morgan has not expressed an opinion regarding thj weather for over a week . ThoenijC, 10:15 p. rn. It (s raining. Phoenix. 10:17 p.-m. It has stopped raining. rhoenix. midnight The reader will please note that nlhe cf these dispatch es comes from Chce Foo. ready to go son (ilube. to a church picnic. Atchi- Mrs. Center, dressmaker, has moved her dress making paiiors to 811 North Second avenue, for the sumifler month:!, where she w ill be pleased to meet cus tomers and friends. MIKE NUGENT'S JOB Report That He Is To Be Sergeant-at-Arms at St. Loois. SUED BY HIS DOCTOR. "A dot tor here has sued me for $12.50, which I claimed was excessive for a case of cholera morbus." says R. White of Ccachella, Cal. "At the trial he praised his medical skill and medicine I asked him if it was not Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he used as I had good reason to beliew that it was, and he would not say under oath that it was not." No doctor could use a better remedy than this in a case of cholera morbus, it never fails. Sold by all druggists. ilftlil "J b'n 'ie rtiftrrti for Innoranta, with which 1 have been afflicted for over twenty years, ami i can say that CancaretR have riven vie more rlief than any other remedv l have ever tried. I hall certainly recommend them to t&y friend M remg all they are represented. " Tlioi. Glllard, Elgin. U. JffffiyYl Best For fj t The Bowels CANDY CATHARTIC tf' An Atchison woman's "past" con iats of this: when she was little, she soil tickets to church and school entertain mtntf. Atchison Globe. There is a rumor around town that Hon. M. J. Nugent of Yur.ia ha.i been selected as serjeant-at-arms of the na tional democratic convention. That is probably not quite true though that statement haj been made by one of the Yuma papers but it is understood that Mr. Nugent is to be an nsfiistsint ser-geant-at-arms. It was known from the beginning that if Mr. Nugent should go o St. Liouis he wnuld hold some position of honor but it was not apprehended, notwithstanding the skill and success of Mr. Nugent In landing things that the oflice of ser- geant-at-arms would go to a territory. It was certain though that if there was THROWN FROM A WAGON. Mr. George K. Habcock was throwii from his wagon and severely bruise-J. Ho applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely and says it is the best liniment he ever used. Mr. Babcock is a well known citizen of North Plain, Conn. There is nothing equal to Pain Balm 'or sprains and bruises. It will effect a cure in one-third the time required by any other treatment. l-'or sale by all ; druggists. There is a man in AtchWon who ct'll "backs" his letters. Atchison Globe. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are just what you ireed whin you have no appetite, feel dull after eating and wake up with a bad taste in your mouth. They will improve your appetite, cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food. For sale by all druggists. No woman over sixteen ought to try to "move" her family by tears. Atch ison Globe. Pleaaant. Palatable, Potent, Tnst Good. To flood. Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c. Jic.SOe. Never aold in bnlk. The genuine tablet atamped V CV. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 507 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES rTttatiTfi- iliJWTgtTtrtnTm Failure in life is more often due to f Thausted nerve rorce man to lack of capital. Strong nerves are the capital that helps men conquer conditions. When people lose their capital they set to work to regain it. When we lose our nerve force we oupht to seek a means or" getting it back. There is a way, certain and scientific. feed the nerves, mating Jhcm steady ami strong as steel. We do not believe thev can fail to cure Nervous Debility and physical ex haustion: that's why we act ee to refund your niouey if six boxes do not cure you. flOO per box; C boxes J5.00, mailed securely sealed upon receipt of price. ?0H.rre; AWrtss. I'"L MLD1C1SE Co., Cleveland, Ohio. FOR SALE BY ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. Woman l,'ffilV'',iVA 13 Interested and should know rfJfeMlfi MARV"- Whirling Spry KvJTun new v,cii Srrl.p. Jniff. CTCe-fi'V """""'!""" HS-lf-Jt tP 1 1 M "" Convenient. 37V".':V,' UOara ln.i.mlj. Afc roar'flrwrcltt ftr H. y iCJL v- If be cnmmi supply the v. K?T !"'-''?Vv IAItVKI. Hivept no NlA other. Imii dnd sunup for "'V lllu it rated hook aealed. ltRivr ( a JT full imrtU'HlitrA and dite-Mtoim In- ff im v illialile ro lmllea M It V I. tO.-TJ W 1 1'tirk How, Xc turk. uJr