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THE ATUZONA ttnrUimMC., TTTUKSDA.T MORNrNO, JULY 28, 1004
Pigeon Shooting Is Now at lis Best Hundreds Killed Every Day! Thousands Some Days ! Are You In It? You can kill those with a 22 calibre rifle which we sell at $3 to J20; with sinple barrel shot guns, $" to $S.".0; repeat in.? shertpuns ?10.2."i to $100; lou l.b barrel hammer sun?, $10 to $2.".; double barrel hunmierless guns $2G to C TO.oo. -All of thrfc guns we guaranty when used with ammunition we sell. Or when i:.-1 with 'any standard make of ammunition, wl.en it is FIUCSII. If you doix't like the "kick,'' try our hand loaded shells. UNBUILDING OF A FENCE A WorK Upon Which Deputy U. S. Marshals Are About to Enter. PINNEY (SL ROBINSON, THE GUN STORE Guns, Bieycles, Cameras. Vh58: f" Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Street. Pfcoenl. There will be roir.c very extensive fence cuttinfr in the southern part of the ten i: my within a day or two. It will probably be begun today or to morrow. It was said at the ol'iiee of the United states marshal yesterday that the cutting would have been done before this but for the fact that the deputy marshals stationed in the rout hern part of the tenitory lmve If you need a summer hat yet come and get one cheap. Hosiery; notions, china, tin and enameled ware, hardwae, stationery and toys cheaper than an7 other place at THE FAIR WasfnSt. &7 0 'ikmSl a Made to order or a fine line of aand made trunks in stock. Suit oases, bags, straps, etc. Keys fitted. Old trunks taken In ex change. Thone red 394. PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY, 431 W. Washington St. The California Restaurant A Breakfast Appetizer. . . Boned Herring- ioc (Beardsley's) A Delicate Entree .... Boned Codfish ioci (Beardsley's) A Soap for the Hardest Water 7 bars Borax Soap 25c 6 " Diamond C Soap - 25c Summit Tea . . . A delicious low priced tea. 1-2 lb pkge, - - - - - 20c Picnic Hams You don't need to go into the country to enjoy them, but if you are outfitting for a long trip, a few of these hams are next to indispensable. The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. X2 I-2C lb. MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOUItS. Strictly F!i-t-Clos. OmIcVc 9pv!co Special Dinner om ifiundtiy 05 North First flvonue? Phoenix. JSHzons been detained as witnesses in a. case which lias been pending at Tombstone. Last Apul complaint was :i;ade in the i;nitei Stale.! eouit at Tucson that cat tl erne 11 living in that Uislrii t bad fenced Kieat :ueas of the public do main. The cc.mi'laiiit was heard ami the fences were ordered removed. No tice was served on tile cattlemen ;nd all of them but one, Joseph I'Ukaiskl, proceeded to take the tences down. Pis karski, who has about -,K)0 acres en closed in the southern part of Santa 'Ciun county, paid no attention to the order and a lew days ago the United States marshal's office reoKed an or der from the coi'it to remove tin fence. It is riot only to be removed. but according to tlv- order it is to be destroyed. The posts will be burned nv.el the barbed wire, which cannot be annihilated by fire, w id in some way be rer.uered wjithless. The cost ' of re moval and destruction will have to be paid by' the obstinate owner. It is not known precisely how much of the fence there is, but it is esti mated that its length is from seven to thirteen miles. There is a great det-1 of the public land fenced in that part of the terr! toiy, but no complaint has been made yet aprainst the others who maintain these unlawful enclosures. The com plaints are usually made by adjneent settlers who find the fences an incon venience in Rc-ttiiisr about the country. OUR NEW STOCK. SMOTHERED TO DEATH The Fate Which Be Ml Wm. Ilayllar at Commercial Corral. 9- Pays 4 per cent interest on all time deposits Accounts may ba opened for one dollar or rr.ore, either In person 4 or by mall. t A handsome nickel steel safe Is furnished depositor fre of charge. Call at the banking office and learn ail about our plan for ,4. snaking savings pay an Income. ; i J T The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. T AUTHORIZED CAl'ITAL, J100.GI0. 1 CHARLES K. AlNSWOTiTII, President; K. IT. CTtKfTNR. Vic v Pres.: KH A NIC AINrfWOILTII, Cashier; V. VS. JONTS. Asst. Cashier. 7'' rIUKOTORS Charles P. Alnsworth, Vv C Foster, K. H. Greens, "PVmiV A!n.u..-rth llsrvev J. T - a. i nACU ; unuu 1 STORE. William Ilayllar was smoldered to death at the Commercial corral on Tuesday at teir.oon. JK- had been drink ing and lay down upon a cot with a. piilow over his face. Haw Inns he had b?i-n lyinj,- th.-re is no; kaow 1:, but he was discovered ab.iut half past live o'clock. He was then unconscious. Dr. Fuss was sent for and llaliyar lived alxmt an hour. There was no inoucst. U was as sumed that as H.dly.a- was living on the arrival of the doctor an. I that aa hi:-, breathing su;i. d naturally and gradually there waj no rea.-on why th. authorities should be disturbed. Ilayllar ware fo;ty-iive years (,f awe and unmarried. He was a native of KnIand. w hrre his, mother, a married sister and a brother s--lill nsil. He came to this p.rt of the country about a year and a half a?o for his health. It is understood that his relatives are ouite wealthy. .At one time not l';n? niter his arrival he:e he was in need of money and in reply to a rc juest they sent him tl.f.OO. Per nearly a year ho had lw-en em ployed at P.ke's Ftablep, but not lon before hi death he found work at the t' niir.erci.-.l corral. It was i. r i i.-.i to have his b.idy m!almr-d ar.d held, rerdirp word from F-r-sland as to the Hfpesi!ion of ;t. Tne adlie.-s of J,:S relatives could not b-- foural at-Tr.np hi eO". c ts. but it va.- known that h- had been correspondin,,' with a w.-man by tho name of Nora T. Marsh.- of Wal linford. P..rk?hirc. A cablegram was Sf"it to her. Inform ir it her of the death ef llnyll.ir and a'kin-T h-r to rommun- of LADIES' OXFORD5 is in. Can lit any foot with a good, comfortable SHOE and the PRICE. IS RIGHT. We have the famous RED CROSS SHOES and OXFORDS, six good lasts to select from. WE PIT SHOES CO. Footwear Excltisively." 27-29 E. VasHintoi 'Street. Phone. Main 274. Phoenix. A. T. icate with l is family. Last ntjrh. no reply had been re-celvic. Tn the m'-an- time the body is held at Mohn & Dor i is". I ICE COLO WATERMELONS OUR FACILITIES for serving you with the beat the market affords in eatables are unsurpassed. Our cold Btor Rge department la fitted with all the latest appliances for pre-i serving meat and vegetables. A ! trial will convince you that we are headquarters for GOOD THINGS TO KAT. "? A A 1 I A. f A. T M xriai win convince you init 73he ENGLISH KITCHEN I is the coolest and cleanest place to eat. Private dining room in con- , nection. Picnic lunches put up on short 'notice.. Commutation tickets $1.50. 25 and 27 North First street. MACHINE WORKS, KUNZ BROS. & MESSENGER. All kinds of Machinery built and repaired. We have a complete outfit of tools for reborinjif Engine and Pump Cylinders without remov ing them from their foundation. First class work guaranteed. Second band Machinery always on hand. Telephone Red 823. Ccr Second and Adams St. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. S.J.TRIBOLET, 110-116 T? TTT A CT1TVPTAV A. fiULETT'S REAL, ORANGE 5c Just liRe eating a juicy orange ---5c The most popular and delicious drink in the southwest. J ? Order a case, 24 bottles for $100 delivered to any part of the city Telephone Main 1 u? jz? jZ? PliOKE MAIN 61. Elvey . fiulett 57E. Wash. 5"c EXCELL IN SODA FLAVORS 5c ! Only ! ' to "": ei'JJ'ffwwwail! V3) more OF OUR: 1 M W 0 W Y !K M JK M WHS W Jas jfih. SJ Only 3 days left to avail yourself of the great bargains offered dur ing our Clearance Sale. You save money on every dollars worth of goods you purchase during this sale. BSS33Esk Ladies' Corsets, all the popular brands, in white, black or drab, all sizes, worth $i.oo, $1.25 and $1.50 pair. )Kr Clearance price, pair, ... . SrOl Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits, in light or dark colors, neatly trimmed, worth $3.00 each. Clearance price, - qq Ladies' Wash Skirts and Underskirts, all kinds and makes, worth up to AQr $i.5oeach. Clearance price, ea., rv 52E2S33SE1 Ladies' Fancy Hose, imported Lisle, in striped or neat checked effects, worth 75c and $z.oo pair. Clearance 3 price, pair, . . . . . . ODy Men's Buckskin Shoes, with elk skin soles, sold always at $4.00 pair, tA Clearance price, pair, . . jj)wJU MEN'S SUITS. All our fine $12.50 men's suits, go at Clearance price, each, $7.50 Zephyr Ginghams, 27 inches wide, in all new patterns, sold everywhere for Qp 15c yard. Clearance price, yard, Pure Damask Towels, 16x32, hemstitched with plain or colored border, regular price 20c each. Clearance - Oi:p price, each, . JL2' Ladies' Vests, sleeveless, with fancy open work yoke, taped neck and arms, regu lar price 20c eacn. Clearance -f price, each, (. ffffisirfii n 1 .