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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1908.
BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR FIREARMS Call and ret our prices, or write for them. Don't get scared out by prices that others quote you. We are selling standard makes of fire arms at the manufacturers' lowest restricted retail price, Just the same price the catalog houses charge you; we save you on express or freight, and - time, and guarantee the goods right here. We have Stevens' make of single barrel shotguns (snap fore end, no screws to take out to take the gun apart), latest models at $4.50, $5.50, $6, 17 and $10. These guns advance In price soon. We have over 100 of them now en route, due to arrive within the next two or three weeks. PINNEY EL ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. flead tor free Same Law card. Established 1117 4fr,fr.H'fr'M'1'M'H"M"l'l M' Mil H"I 'I I"!"M II 1 1 1 III I1 1' li I'll11!1 11 M 'M1 PIANO TUNING $2.50 T In Phoenix during the month of May. All work guaranteed. Leave I orders at French's Jewelry Store or at Fountain's Music Store. HAMILTON BROS., The Reliable Piano Tuners. Sixth Year in Phoenix. l'1"l' I"I''l 'H "I"I"I l"H' I 'I"l l I 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 I I I M i l l I I I I I 1' H-M-l-H "TOURIST" A DEPENDABLE CAR. A RESPONSIBLE MAKER. Over ten years reputation for honorable and orthordox business methods should appeal to every prospective purchaser of a car, and to every man with an eye to the future. The Tourist policy may be summarized in four words, "GOOD OR MADE GOOD." It's worth much to know that the firm that makes your car is both able and willing to give you a square deal. i I ALL STYLES Limousines, Londonletts, Touring Cars, Runabouts and Commercial .Vehicles. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. ARUTHUR AINSWORTH, Manager. PHONE M 145 A FULL LINE OF GAS RANGES JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St SANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOEXDC CITY TIME. Leave. Arrive. "The Diamond Joe," for Hot Springs Junction, Wlck enburg, Prescott and branch points, Jerome, Ash Fork, Los Angeles, San Francisco and all a.m. a.m. points west 2:00 2:3 "The Daylight Express," for Hot Springs Junction (Castle Hot Springs), Wickenburg, A. & C. branch points. Congress Junction, Prescott, Ash Fork, Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, and all a.m. p.m. points east 8:00 4:10 No trains on A. & C Ry. or Poland branch on Sundays. THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. slowly Forecast for today Fair; increased temperature. 6:80 a. m Barometer, inches 29.83 29.78 Temperature, degrees ....59 89 Dew point, degrees 20 Humidity, per cent 21 Wind direction , E Wind velocity, miles .... 5 Rainfall, inches 0 6:30 p. m 6 4 W 4 0 Weather Clear. Clear Mean daily humidity 12 Mean daily temperature 72 Highest temperature 89 Lowest temperature 56 Total daily rainfall 00 Accumulated excess In temperature since January 1, 48 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, 0.73 Inch. L. N. JESUNOFSKT, Section Director. . o EXHIBITS OF VALLEY FRUITS AND GRAINS New Ones Arriving Daily But Many More are Wanted. New Fruit Jars For Large Specimens. Look at these Prices before Buying H 4 t r I 1 I M l '1 I I M H 'I 'I'll 1 r.H'iiI'11"H"H"t"H H I I 1 I ! 'H-r Genuine Bargains in Ostrich Feather Goods at the Show Rooms of the Arizona Ostrich Farm Opposite Noble Building. First Street and Adams. 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 I I 1 I I 1 I Mt'KMI'MWW'l I I II I HI H1H I-H'-H' DO YOU KNOW THAT LUMBER IS CHEAPER IN PHOENIX THAN ANY OTHER TOWN IN ARIZONA. The Buckeye Lumber Co. made this price. They are the only yards that are not In a combination to keep up prices. Our polley is Live and Let Live; A Fair Profit and More Homes in Phoenix. WE SELL LUMBER, DOORS, WINDOWS, BUILDING HARD WARE, CORRUGATED IRON, AND WOVEN FENCING. Plaining Mill in Connection. Buckeye Lumber Co., 5-Points MONT ANDERSON, Prop. Phone Black 401. Shirtwaists, Shirtwaists, Shirtwaists 30 Off On all Shirtwaists. Come in and see Cur Display THE FAIR 212 E. WASHINGTON 8T. Remington repeating shot Guns On Exhibition and for Sale by A. W. GALPIN ZS East Washington. Sporting Goods. Secretary Cowgill of the board of trade has reduced the boards preserv ed fruit exhibit very materially by implying- all the glass Jars containing he oldest fruit which was losing its naturalness and falling into decay. The lars have been cleaned and emptied md are now ready for use again as won as the agriculturists and horticul :urlsts bring in specimens worthy of a lace in the exhibition. It makes the llsplay shelves look a little thin, but mother three months will no doubt .'ill them with a finer display than ever jefore. The fruit and vegetables jrowers are urged to bring in "what ver they have that seems to be up in the record class. In addition the board has ordered "rom a Philadelphia concern ten doz n new glass jars. Some of these will je twelve inches In diameter and wenty-four Inches high, and It is be ieved they will be large enough to iccommodate some of the real life size Salt river valley fruit. The largest ars in use heretofore were eight in hes in diameter and thirteen Inches ligh, which would only accommodate :econd rate exhibits in many cases, st year for Instance a farmer wrought in an egg plant that it is be ieved was the biggest ever grown any .vhere, but there was nothing in the own big enough to preserve it in. These new jars, which are the largest nade anywhere, will accommodate a retty fair sized sweet potato or even 1 bunch of valley grapes and possible 1 small cluster of pomeloes, or a big ucumber. Two more grain and fodder samples A-ere brought in yesterday, both being 'ine exhibits. One was a single alfal 'a root and the forage attached. About wenty stalks were counted and the -est estimated by bulk, in whi.h man ler It was judged there were over 200 ;talks springing from this individual -oot. It came from the home of Cap tain P. P. Parker on west Adams street. It Is the record alfalfa exhibit 'odate, not only In height, but is as ?ood or better than anything yet seen 'n other respects. The tallest stalks in the bunch measure six feet and sev n inches, but nearly all of them reach the height of three and a half feet and ip to that height the single root furn ishes a hill of fodder as solid and com pact as a sheaf of oats. The leaves too are small as are the stalks, and asily masticated by stock. Of course the plant has had a good chance as It a as grown In a garden rather than a oasture, .t the best of everything has o be grown under the best conditions. The other exhibit was a sheaf of lats brought In by C. M. Sturges from the old Maxwell or Broomell ranch. recently bought by Messrs. Sturges, Latham and others. The tallest stalks ire seven feet and five inches long ind all are well headed. It is not luite a record breaking exhibit how- aver, for the Chaplain Scott oats at Scottsdale have a mark of eight feet ind are also well headed. Secretary Cowgill has an exhibit of heads alone, from some other party that are rather arger than either. The fodder on the Sturges exhibit, however. Is as good as any oat straw could be and . it is a sample from one of the finest large fields in the valley. Attention should be called to anoth er point and that is that those bringing n exhibits can get rather better re sults by tying the grain to a board when it Is first cut, so It does not fall down or twist up in drying or before it gets to the board room. If one can't find a board he is requested to bring in the sample anyway and the board will be furnished, but the ex hibit will carry better if fastened down flat. o A SUDDEN STROKE. On Wednes day afternoon Joe Ryden, who had just come out of the natatorium at the corner of Jefferson and Second avenue fell forward on his chin cutting a deep gash and lay semi-concious. It was thought that he had an apoplectic stroke and Dr. Wylie was sent for. He took him to his office where he soon recovered so as to be able to walk and esterday he was feeling little the worse for his experience. o THE REPUBLICAN sent to your summer or vacation address, 75c per month. Phone, Main 47. Searchlight Matches .05 Welch's Grape Juice 30 Welch's Grape Juice, large bot tle .55 National Biscuit Co.'s, Crackers 10 lbs 65 None better. Pkg. Buckwheat ,25 Best Corn, per can 10 MARICOPA MEMBtRS RETURN FROM TUCSON Satisfied With Results, But Not the Manner of Their Accomplishment. Best Tomatoes, per can. 10 IMee s Most of the members of the Mari copa county delegation to the demo cratic territorial convention returned ilast night on a special train. They professed satisfaction with what was done there, but not quite with the manner in which it was done. That is, it ' was done without the aid of the delegation. Cochise had the honor of being the overshadowing .power and dictated the proceedings soon after the caucus ing was begun. Some of the members of the delegation said that this was one case where it pays to ask for everything with the hope of getting something. If there had been no can didate from Maricopa for the offices of both delegate and national commit teeman, this county would have got nothing. There was a disposition anyhow to cut it out and that would probably have been done, but for the fact that it was a Mark Smith convention and the friends of Smith realized that he might need the help of Maricopa some time, if not in the next convention, at the election. So Maricopa had to be considered. Cochise thought that national cora-i mitteeman was too generous a gift. It was only determined by the Smith people that W. D- Bell should have nothing and they proposed to make Michelson a delegate. The Maricopa members said that that was impos sible; if there was to be a delegate from Maricopa, ' he must be Bell. It was then that the majority decided on Michelson for committeeman. f-M 1 I I 1 II I I 1 1 I I 11 ii .MuM-M- M"V M"t H"K M t"H-M" W-Hii M The Gifts for Girls at this Jewelry establishment comprise a desirable selection. For making gifts at Commencement, we have a line that embraces just anything in Jewelry a girl wants. )x . She would certainly appreciate a nice watch, bracelet, brooch, ring or many of the other nice things we have. If you are going to give at Commencement time, you should see the beautiful articles we have at reasonable prices. F. A. Hilderbran & Co. Phone Red 1284. 10-12 W. Wash. St. f.H..M"H"H"t"M"I Hil-HM V Cash Store! FILED LIEN. C. Leonardt, the con tractor on the Noble building, was in ' . the city yesterday from Los Angeles -i for the purpose of filing a lien on the building for the sum of $30,826.41. un- j paid on labor material and other things : : furnished. The lien was placed on j record In the county recordfr's office i It stated that the gross expense on J : the building was 1154.823.78, and the I net cost of the building less credits for j .merchandise not used was $141,653.15, , and Leonardt's commission at 10 per cent was $14,165.32. o The average voter blames foolish . laws for his woes, yet goes on putting ! men in the legislature who have no use for farmers. , o Those who pay as they go find the going pleasant. PRICE All hose supporters in stock will be sold at One-Half price. Several well known brands in Silk, Cotton and Lisle Elastic. A bargain at any time. Buy now. THE ALIilRE COMPANY THE SHOE AND STOCKING STORE 2729 Wash. SI. Phoenix, Arizona THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. Win be open day and night. Short orders and regular meals. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 West Wash. St. DorrisHeyman Furniture Co., Arizona's Leading House-Furnishers 12 Per Cent Off Carpets and Rugs 20 Per Cent Off Fancy Furniture Our PreInventory Sale 33 cent Off Fancy Vases and Electric Lamps 1 5 per cent Off Tinware, Granitoware, Enameled Ware 50 per cent Off ' Close out Patterns of Fancy China and Lamps 1 5 per cent Off Trunks, Bags, Tel escopes, etc. 1 2'A per cent Off All House-Furnishings and Sundries Is On MANY have taken advantage of the opportunity afforded HAVE YOU? If not, and you anticipate the need of anything for the home in the near future, you cannot afford to ignore this record breaking sale. Every Department is repre sented in this great PRE-IN-VENTORY CLEARANCE, every department is trying to out do the others in value giving... If you have a household need come now, TODAY, while the stocks are complete and selection is wide. 20 per cent Off Steel Ranges 25 per cent Off Fancy China and Cut Glass I ll2 per cent Off Stock Patterns, China and Glassware 15 per cent Off Cook Stoves , Oil Stoves, etc. 15 per cent Off Wall Paper and Decorations Every Article in this Great Store is either reduced in Price or bears a 'liberal discount during this Great Sale. Doms-Meyman Furniture Co. NEW LOCATION, NOBLE BLDQ. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers. ADAMS AND FIRST STS.