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mE T ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, x1904.
4 DOES YOUR SHOTGUN KICK? Did yew ever stop to consider the cause, or the remedy? The rue: All ammunition shows much greater recoil In hot weather than in rolO. Stale ammunition kicks much more that) freshly loaded fac tory shells. Choke bored guns kick more than cyluuler . bores. Muzzle t hoked grans kick much more than taper choke bores. Wo real cheap guns are taper bored. Extremely light guns, of course, kick more than medium or heavy weight. The remedy: First, get one of our fine, soft, padded leather recoil pads. Shoot our freshly loaded factory shells; we never have any smokeless powder shells in th house that have been loaded longer than three weeks. Note the big shipments we get in direct from the factories, two -or three shipments every week, 5.000 to 10,000 at a time. They cos.t no more than stale goods. Our h;ind loaded shells (sold only by us show 23 per cent less recoil than factory loads, kill better, and cost not over 5c per box more than same grades of factory goods. And as to guns, our Lefevre and Syracuse guns are all taper bores, and have the reputation of being the longest shooters and best killers in use. Xo excuse for your not owning a shotgun; we sell for spot ca.sh or installments. White winged pigeon shooting now on, best of the year. PINNEY (SL ROBINSON, THE GUN STORE Guns, Bicycles, vfiameras. SffiSVS7 Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. GREAT REDUCTION. 25 per cent, off On all our sfcirt waist sets. All hats belowcost. THE FAIR. 212 E, Washington St. CA CASH! CASH! Is What We Are After. The balance of this summer wp.wiii name the lowest prices ever made on groceries In Anzoaa, If your money Is "short" make i "long bv tradin here. "We under sell f.nv finrl all rt THE UNTIMELY SOCIETY PAGE A Question Raised as to Its Propriety in the Dog Days. them. "Made to order or a. fine line of. rund made trunks ia stock. Suit cases, bags, straps, etc. Keys fined. Old trunks taken -in -ex-clainsre. 'Phone red 394. PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY, 431 W. Washington St. The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL. HOURS. it.. Strictly FIrtdcsss. Quick Service Special Dinner oti Sunday 33 North First Avenue Phoenix, Arizona -a : .9. .: . .. . w..w.. ......... - -'--TufnfiiTiitithiTut nil inil nil Atfuli Ji if i A if --'-- ft TTT it tit v i r r i " " r 'vi v 'v v r rvi ,wv x v i1 i 'v i 1 ' f vv The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co i Pay 4 per cent interest on all time deposit. Accounts may be opened tor one dollar or' more, either In person or by mall. 5 A handsome nickel steel safe Is furnished depositors v free of T charge. ' Call at the banking office and learn all about our plan for 2 making savings pay an Income, j . 4 5 The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL S100,0e0. 4 CHARLES F..AINSWORTH, President; R. H. GREENE. Vlo 1 Pres.; FRANK AINSWORTH, Cashir; W. W. JONES, Asst. Cashier, i DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster. R. H, Greene, t Fraak Alnsworth, Harvey J. Lea. X t t m 9 .9 J. .9. 15 pounds canc4 granulated sugar. .$1.00 7 Bars Best "Borax Soap, .25 1 pound Ba Ax Tobacco .25 1 Box, 50 in Box, Cigars ..$1.00 1 Can Bf.-st Standard Tomatoes 10 2 Canf, Uest Standard Corn 25 5 PO jnds Pure Leaf Lard 50 10 pounds Pure Leaf Lard 1.00 P. "Bars German Family Soap .25 ti Bars Diamond C Soap .25 1 large 35c Bottle Tomato Catsup. . 1 can Beardsley Shredded Cod Fish 1 can Beardsley Shredded Herring. 2 pounds Soft Shell Almonds 1 1-2 pound package Summit Tea. . 1 packages Dr. Fox H. Food .25 1 can good Salmon 10 pound box best Soda Crackers. 1 package Minute Gelatine 5 pound best Pink Beans 2 cans best Corn Beef 2 ;ans best Chipped Beef 2 pounds Arbuckle Coffe .25 50 pound best Family Flour... ... . 1.35 1 doz. pint Fruit Jars 60 1-doz. quart Fruit Jars.'.'. .75 1 doz. 2 quart Fruit Jars 1.10 1 box Best California Straw berries 10 1 box best California Blackberries .10 1 doz. best California Lemons 15 Evaporated Plums, Peaches, Pears. Apricots, Black and White Figs. If grocery bargains your pursuing At McKee's there's always "something doing." .25 .10 .i0 .20 .10 .70 .13 .25 .25 M cKEE'S t. -3. - T. .9. --1. .9. .- .9 J k I 1 I T J 'llfi"il Wf (J .9 j. . . 9 .a. CASH STORE -n Cotton VoUes, in linen color effects, very stylish, worth 25c 1 g yard; our price, yard lJC A A A Fancy Cotton Foulards, in new colorings and figures 'Regular price, 25c yard; our price, yard 15c A ft Bedspreads, full size, hemmed, all ready for use; the dollar yr 0 2 quality for VC Colored Lawns and Batiste, a new line just received g- 1L worth 15c yard; our price 1 V-C i TTTL. A T-Ji- T x sf White India Linen, very fine quality,- worth 20c yard; iQl a rrvm CAlliTirr ot 1 ' -' d UU DVUXU Ub ......................................... t 5 . to-date styles in dark colors, worth $3 a suit, price tpl JJ Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits made of duck and other fancy materials neatly trimmed, worth $3.50, price 4 A Ladies' Sleeveless Vests, $2.45 g yl Huck Towels, 18x36, colored border, hemmed, worth 25c o j f jj pair: today's price, each v O3C worth 15c each; our price, each, in white, pink or blue, lOc A i - i Ilk i Ah eastern lady who-has been: stop ping in the city for several months ha addressed to The Republican the fol Iof-ing appeal 'for information regard leg the habits and customs of news papers in this part of the country: "To the Editor: "Will you kindly inform me if it is customary for the papers of Phoenix to print everything which their corre spondents send in? When the season for society has ended, is it a way with these western newspapers to fill up an uninteresting society column with ar tides such as the personal which uc curred in the Enterprise Saturday? "This serves to remind me of the photographs which were published In the Gazette duringthe tedious summer months of last year. Notoriety forced Upon one, is generally disagreeable and personal remarks made common through the medium of the newspaper are In bad form." The only part of the inquiry coming directly within the province of The Re publican is that part of it relating to the propriety of running a so-called so clety page in a newspaper when there is no society. It is not meant that there is nobody in Phoenix at the pres ent time fit to shine in society. On the contrary there are many in town who will cut a prominent figure in c'ocl'ity when the proper time come3. But it is well known that this is not the cpen season for society. It was officially clos ed some time ago and there sterns to be no excuse for chronicling the doings of a body which is doing nothing. The correspondent presumably roi"er3 to the society page of the Enterprise which was read last Saturday evening with mingled surprise, awe and won der. There is no law which restricts the Enterprise from doing such things In the absence of statutory enactment It can project its society page into the dog days. It may give a May pole party in the middle of January, enliven the Fourth of July proceedings by a Washington's birthday ball and com mit all sorts of anarchronisms. None of these things are in good form but the Enterprise no doubt thinks it has a precedent in the oubli-r cation of the Congressional Record, a journal supposed to exist for the pur pose of chronicling: the daily happen ings of the congress of the United States, ,but it keeps on grinding out the proceedings long after congress has adjourned until it catches up. It may be that the Enterprise is only con scientiously trying to catch up wilh the society events of the season c!or-ed some weeks ago but It ought not to be so far behind for Phoenix society is not so swift as to excite unfavorable comment. HIS WANING INFLUENCE Growing Belief That Geo. AlKire Is a FaHe Rain God. Messrs. Frank and George Alkire have returned from a delightful outing of about ten days during which they journeyed to Agua Caliente hot springs, overland, spent several days in getting themselves properly soaked up. and came home aa gin over (the same trail. Only- having lived in this country about twenty years, they were very much amazed to learn how hot the sun was on the desert and how few and far between were the water holes. They had one long pull that came near being a nmsn lor tne team, ine vvooisey tanks below Arlington, which were never known to be dry before, contain ed nothing but the sedimentary deposit of melted air, and the Cila river in the same section, where there has always been a little running water, seemed to have been tapped from the under side. Somebody had pulled the plug out and the banks were so dry they were falling in like the staves of a last year's rain water barrel. They dug a hole several feet deep in the river bed, in the hope of getting water for their horses, but they finally decided that they could go to Agua Caliente quicker than thej could go to water level, so they moved on. They had plenty in their canteens Tor their own use and fortunately ar rived before the horses gave out. The water of the hot springs tasted like nectar to both man and beast, and their desert experience made the three room brush , hut at their disposal seem like a palace. But the tragic part of the story is yet to be told. As everybody knows, George Alkire has posed for four years as a local rain god. It has been his boast that it rains' every time he trav- A STRAW SHOWS WHICH WAY THE WIND BLOWS "Our STRAW HATS SHOW WHICH WAY THE WIND OF FASH ION BLOWS THIS SEASON LANK, the Hatter FLEMING BLOCK T EAST LAKE PARK EVERY NIGHT heSPOQNER dramatic go. TONIGHT The Great Five-act Southern Drama THE OCTOROON Popular prioes 10, 20, 30 and 50c. Dances every Tuesday and Friday ights free. , .- . Headquarters far Camp Furniture, Tents, Wagon Covers, Cols, Chairs and Bedding X 0 o u u a o 9 c a u 0 u c o u a c 0 O 0 c 0 0 u (ft WElAVE Tfl . . i . - SI H BSfflEO) 0CK ' 3B83C Found a quantity of goods in several departments, which we want to unload. Ttather have the money. Invoiced them way below what they cost 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 1 Nothing the matter with the goods, only they haven't sold fast enough to suit us. This is your op portunity. Money saved by anticipating your next "fall's needs, or perhajps you will find some article re quisite for summer camping trip. Prices, a few of them below. , We are making this SACRIFICE SATE now to provide room for new goods which will a little later begin arriving for fall trade. Our buyer will soon leave for .the east," visiting all the leading FURNI TURE markets, Chicago, St. Louis, Grand Rapids, Rockforcf.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, to present to the discriminating re turning Phoenician summer vacationer upon September 1st a comprehensive !ine of WEATHERED OAK FURNITURE MISSION STYLE FOR DINING ROOM, LIVING ROOM, DEN which wHl 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 up to its usual high standard of completeness for the fall trade. A FEW SUMMER BARGAINS Rogers Silver Plated Knives or Forks, per set $l.f.O Rogers' 1S47 Silver Plaited Table Spoons, per set 2.50 Silver Plated Tea Spoons, per set 1.00 Water Tumblers, per set 13 Decorated China Tea Set, 56 pieces, per set 4.50 Decorated China Dinner. Set, 112 pieces, per set 9. SO Carpet Samples, 1V& yard-pieces, Ingrain, 15c to .?3 Carpet Samples, 1 yard pieces, Dru-ssels, 35c to '.50 Two-ply Ingrain carpet, per yard 60 "Tapestry Brussels Carpet, per yard ..! .55 Tapestry Brussels Carpet, per yard C5 Standard r.russels Carpet, per yard 85 Velvet Carpf t, per yard 85 And many other astonishing prices in all departments. DORRIS'BEVMAN FURNITURE CO. Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers. 22 TO 28 WEST WASHINGTON STREET WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE O P P CA P D CU p (A w H o u O 0 o p 3 B o o 0 p 1 & A 0 ta 0 P D sr o c 3 B o t 0 o o & (A OUR WALL PAPER STOCK IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST NOVELTIES AND STAPLES els and hitherto he has always mada good, though (the rains were not al ways as big as desired by the parched fields of this valley. When he left on this trip it was announced that rain would, as usual, be forthcoming and wagers were made. on the strength of his departure. A , few nights ago it sprinkled here. very gently, for just two minutes, but not enough to save Mr. Alkfre's repu tation as a rainamker. Still, he de clines to be shoved 6ft his pedestal he- side old Jupe, alleging that it did rain hard on Thurfday night, where he was at Buckeye. He said it rained for half an hour and the downpour covered an area three miles wide. nTMs may' all be true, but it is up to Mr. Alkire to prove it if he wants to be longer known as a storm Ring. Anyhow he ought to be determined, for bringing rain to Buckeye at this time, for everybody knows that Buckeye is the only place in the world that never needs rain. Tom's American KitcHeri Formerly of English Kitchen. Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family style when desired.. Tom does all his own pastry. For' a good dinner on special occasions or. at ordinary, times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. , 207 North Center Street, Phoenix. Arizona. 'I"I"I"H- 1 1 l 'I-l-I- 'I I ! ! PERSONAL. k -- .9. m "TtTTTT Colonel J. F. Wilson,, who has been in the city for several days, left this morning for Prescott. Fred D. Lee and L. Garesche, of Pres- ott, registered at the Ford hotel yes terday. j Judge Kent, who has be?n holding outt at Globe for the last two weeks. returned to the city yesterday. Judge Baker returned yesterday morning from Globe where he was ag isting in the prosecution of Zack Booth, wlio was convicted of murder -and sentenced to be hanged last week. Captain O. C. Sharp, who has been In Globe on legal business for the last week, returned yesterday. Those registering at the Commercial hotel yesterday were:E. Berge, San Fiiancisco; A. V. Lewis, Tombstone; Mrs. K. A. Ballinger, Bisbee. The following named were among the passengers leaving" last night via the M. & P & S. R. V. railroad: S. B. Cline, for St. Louis: E. Erickson. Charles loldren, James K. Lcrd, Mr. and Mrs. (i. F. Berghauser, F. H. Millan an 1 wife, for Los Angeles; Percy Young for San Antonio; Frank Reed and James Snow for Bisbet-; Willis Ransom, wife no child for Big Suamico, Wis. f RIGHT IN THE CITY Five acres in the Irvine Addition, platted, for the small sum of $800, cheap at $1,000. Water in Salt Canal. Now is your chance for a bargain. Remember we write Fire Insurance in the oldest and the best companies in thevbusiness. Wood - O'Neill REAL ESTATE COMPANY TEL. MAIN 365 O'NEILL BLOCK m. icin disease: The Outcropping of Bad Blood. ft; WJiile not always painful these are aggravating be3'ond expression. With few exceptions they are worse in spring and summer, when the system begins to thaw out and the skin is reacting and makincr extra efforts to th rnw riff iht &$$l$&t " Poisons that have accumulated during the winter months. " ,k Then boils and pimples, rashes and eruptions of every con ceivable kind make their ap- ' S. S. S. is a pood medicine. I koep it in tho house all the while. It is an excellent tonio to eive strength to tho system and tono to all tho organs. It gives appetite and energy and makes one feel better in-every way. I have found italso an excellent blood purifier. For months I tre. -troubled with an itching skin eruption on tho face, and tried specialists and many remedies vo gret a cure, but S. S. S. is the only med-cine that seemed to relieve. I am norr comparatively fro of this eruption. I think a great dca.'. of yorr 1 medicine, believinp it to be the best blood puri fier and tonic known to the world to-day. MRS. FRANK HORNER, 1330 East Seventh St. pearance, and fvezema and retter the twin terrors of ;kin diseases Nettle Rash,. Poison Oak and Ivy,' and such other 'skin troubles as usually remain quiet during :he cold weather, break out lfrcsh to torment and dis tract by their fearful burn ing, itching, and stinging.. A course of S. S. S. now will mrifv and errich the blood. remlorce ana tone up iuc fcectrai y&ic-ni, iuu carry off the bodily impurities through the proper channels. -The skin, with good blood to nourish it. remains smooth and free of all disfiguring eruptions. Send for our book on diseases of the skin, and write is if you desire medical adyice or any special information. This will cost -ruUhin-. ' . THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.-ATLANTA, GAm i