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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1008.
Second Hand We want good second-hand hammer and hammerless double barrel shot guns, relating shotguns, repeating rifles, and good revolvers. We will pay spot cash or make a liberal allowance in trade on new firearms. No relics wanted. We have the largest line of second-hand firearms in the city, and abso lutely guarantee each and every one to be as represented. We have many second-hand firearms that look and are as good as new. PINNEY ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Bead for frea Sam Law card. Colings Vehicle and Harness Co. Is receiving new goods dally. Staver. Union City and Dut Buggies. Bain and Turnbull heavy Wagons. A big stock of light and heavy Spring Wagons. We manufacture all of our Harness and carry a big stock to se lect from. Trunks. Suit Cases and everything In leather goods. Na vajo Blankets In all sizes. We do all kinds of upholstering of Furni ture and Buggies. Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. East Adams St, Best door to Adams BotaL Are You Going: to the Coast for the Summer? Yes! Goingto Takejour Car With You? No! Then why not leave It with us, and let our "doctor" go over It, perform the operations necessary to make it "as good as new" and this fall when you return you will find a well and healthy car awaiting you. All you have to do is to call up M-145 nnd say "Come after my car and put it in shape." We will go after it and return it free of charge. And don't forget that we guarantee all work. "Good or made good." PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. ARTHUR AINSWORTH, Manager. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. A FULL LINE OF GAS RANGES JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. 411 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 11 1 Genuine Bargains in Ostrich Feather Goods at the Show I Arizona Ostrich Farm First Strsst and Adams. Opposits Nobis Building. 1 1 h m 1 1 1 1 1 1 imn 1 m n ninni 1111 1 1 1 1 1 mi 1 1 1 1 1 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 policy 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. Remington Pump Guns I have just received my second case of these new guns. The first case were ail sold before they were unpacked. I have a few left for sale now. Come early. A. W. GALPIN tC East Washington. Standard Furniture Co. T New and Second Hand Trunks, Freezers, Refrigerators, Fruit Jars. X kinds of Second Hand goods. 12-2 w. Washington St. . H-H-H-H MM1M1 1 -H I ! H - H Guns Wanted Eatabllahad 1117. PHONE M 145 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mi inn iiiiiiiu Rooms of the Phona Black 401. B porting Good a. Suit Cases, Telescopes, Ice Cream i We pay highest prices for all T TeL Main 35L X - W - - M"H 1 II1HII11I H"H- SANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITY TIME. "The Diamond Jo". All Main line Ioeal point's Phoenix to Ash Fork, Los Angeles, San Francisco and all other points west. Leaves daily at. 2:15 a. m. "The Daylight Express". All Main line local points and all points east of Ash Fork. Leaves daily EXCEPT SATURDAY'S at 8.00 a. m. "The Coast Limited". Through Pullman Sleeper to Los Angeles, connect ing with California Limit ed Train No. 3 at Asb Fork. Leaves EVERY SATUR DAY at 4:30 p. m. Trains arrive from Ash Fork at 1:45 a. m. DAILY and 4:10 p. m. daily. No trains on branch line to Parker on Sundays. Tri-weekly service from Prescott to Crown King and Poland. Call Main 108 for further Information. THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for the Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Showers and cooler. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m. yesterday: 6:30 E:S a.m. p.m. Barometer, inches 29.91 29.76 Temperature, degrees 82 104 Dew point, degrees 53 49 Humidity, per cent 40 16 Wind direction E NE Wind velocity, miles 2 20 Rainfall, inches 0 0 Weather Tt. Cldy. Pt. Cldy. Mean dally humidity 28 Moan daily temperature 94 Highest temperature 106 lamest temperature 81 Total daily rainfall 0 Accumulated deficiency in temper ature since January 1, 27 degrees. Accumulated excess in raiufail since January 1, 0.52 inch. L. N. JESTNOFSKY, Section Director. o THE FOURTH OF JULY AT KtLVIN AND RAY The Natal Day Celebrated in Both Camps in a Fitting Manner. Kelvin, July 7. (Sitct-iul Corres pondence of The Republican ) The Fourth of July in Kelvin was a per fect summer day and all turned out to celebrate in a glorious and- pleas ant manner. The stores were open several hours in the early morning, giving all a chance to buy what fire works they were short of in order to foe In line for the grand outburst at night. Everybody felt good and started in to enjoy themselves In ,the good old fashioned way of celebrat ing the Diiy of Indejiendenee. Jack Henness, the popular all around bus iness man, started the ball to rolling by opening several large crates of watermelons, free to all. Fireworks were popping and cracking all day and there was quite a din at some moments. Dan Creedon and his band of cowboys were in Kelvin and gave an exhibition of horsemanship. At night Hon. J. J. Coleman and Jack TEA The cost of good tea is so very little : only a third of a cent a cup! a cent-and-a-half or two cents for the family breakfast ! Year grocer returns roar money if roa Coa'1 Sk Schilling' But; pay bin. For Exchange CALIFORNIA INCOME PROPERTY First class, well situated California realty, consisting of residence in Ixis Angeles, an apartment house in Cen tral California; also fine lots In good beach town. Any or all Is offered in exchange for Salt River Valley land or Phoenix city property. Owner finds it necessary to reside in Arizona and will give good trade at cash val ue for valley property If priced right. Address with description and price of your property, P. O. Box 421, Phoenix. THE OVER THE INDIAN SCHOOL CAR LINE TO THE INDIAN ' t - , SCHOOL AND RETURN IS A MOST DELIGHTFUL ONE. :: :: Cool, Refreshing:, Inspiring: Restful. Try It ONLY 10c RETURN. CARS LEAVE EVERY 40 MINUTES. SUN- I DAY 20 MINUTE SERVICE. Phoenix Railway Co. i Cantaloupes Cantaloupes We have made arrangements with one of our largest grocers for Rocky Ford Cantaloupes, which we will sell by the dozen at 15 Boxes mid packing extra. Do You Know Beans We've got 'em and so cheap you will want 'em. 1,000 big cans, not the 1 lh. cans, but big 2 lb. cans. They are fresh. They are cheaper than you can buy dry beans for. You can buy 'cm for less than the 1 lb. cans and every can is guaran teed. Only a few days, but as long as they last they go at J0c or 3 for 25c From now on we will have extra specials every week. We're going to burn up profits from now on. 10 lb. Roxes National Iilscuit Soda Crackers only 65c Big special on Lard next week. Verily, verily, more and more. It pays to trade at i 8 Cash Store Henness made the hill along Main avenue a hill of fir'". It was a beau tiful sight and the best part of the events of the (lay was that there was nt a single accident or arrest. At Hay there was also big linps. Cy Cartinghntisp mi. I his band of cowpnnchers were in town to attend the. big dance and rendered a great exhibition of bronco busting. There was a prize offered for the best rider ami Cy easily carried off the honors of the day. Following the bronco riding came the big dance. All of Ray turned out to the dance and things were kept humming all lay to the tune of a numler of stringed instruments. There were all varieties of dances, from the Cowboy Heel to the latest ballroom dance In the prize waltzing Jake Griner won first prize. To see Jake doing his prize stunt was a treat. Ills gracefulness and easy movements would have done crrrtlt to the best vaudeville artist in the country. Be low arc a few of the best known people who attended the dance: Misses Iris Hickey. Maud Grlzzell, Katy Aches. Mrs. Hickey, Mrs. Podge, Messrs. Jake Oriner. Cy Carling house. John Adams, Dick Adams and Jimmie Davis. Harry Cells Is now In charge of the Final Mercantile store at Ray. Marry is a very genial person and having numerous good friends should do a good business. Ed Divine, one of Kelvin's most IKipular young men, will spend a few weeks in Florence. F,d met with a very painful accident about a month ago, having his kneecap brok en, but we are glad to hear he is progressing nicely. J. W. Beebe and family have left for the east. They will visit their home in New York and Mr. Beebe will also interview several capitalists in reference to his various mining enterprises. The Beebe family carry the lest wishes of all for a pleasant and successful journey. They will remain 1n the east several months. Speaking of the agricultural wealth of Salt River valley, J. Kavanaugh & Clarke of Troy can show produce raised on a ranch In Dripping Springs Wash which would surely put Pinal county No. 1 on the list. They raise cabbage on their ranch which will measure four feet across. They will weigh from three to twenty pounds. These cabbages would surely carry off the prizes. Speaking of spuds, Mr. Kavanaugh has some of the fin est in the land, nice thin skin ones, with plenty of nutrition and free of knots. Mr. Jackson of Ray also can show some of the finest cucumbers and tomatoes that you ever saw. Kelvin will never lack for fresh vegetables. As Miss Halbert is convalescing nicely it was not thought necessary for Miss J. X. Baker, the nurse from Phoenix, to remain, so Mrs. Snyder is now attending her wants, and Walter Thomas of Ray, who has had TRIP PilcKee considerable experience In the east dressing wounds and caring for the sick, has her case In charge and daily dresses her wounds. We all look forward to a speedy recovery for Miss Halliert and will be glad to see her smiling face again In our midst. , Mrs. Halbert has reopened her din ing establishment, as the recovery of her daughter. Miss Anna, is now an assured fact In the very near fu ture. S. A. Stewart, formerly of Mesa, has opened a first class restaurant in Kelvin. He has newly renovated a building and equipped the restaurant in a very attractive manner. Mr. Stewart has had considerable restau rant experience and Is looking for ward to making some money in Kel vin. During Postmaster Beebc's absence Chas. McNeely, the ever smiling manager of the Hercules Mercantile Co.. will officiate as postmaster. P'inal county was very pleasantly surprised yesterday by a light fall of rain. In some places the rainfall was exceedingly heavy, but rather light in this locality. This is the first rainfall in three or four months and it came at a very opportune time as the wells were getting very low. Rain is to be looked for any day now. Mr. Thomas of Dagger Well fame was in town yesterday and was busy telling people of the wealth out there. The Kelvin ice plant, owned by J. I. Coleman, Is certainly a life pre server to Pinal county this kind of weather. The plant is working night and day, keeping up the supply for orders coming in from all the sur rounding country. Jake Bates' livery stable Is still doing business at the old stand. He has a good stock of horses and rigs for nil purposes and is always in readiness to satisfy a customer. Chas. MeOce's popular Southern hotel also extends a welcome hand to the many visitors to Kelvin. ( ine can get as good lodging in Kelvin as in Phoenix. The Sultana Copper Co. and the Eagle Mt. Co. have each put some men to work. Things are starting to move along slowly and it will , not be long licfore Kelvin and Ray will be hives of industry. Mr. and Mrs. Blackburne are going for a trip east and thence to the old country. Mr. Blackburne baa liecn in Pinal county several years and has been very successful. He has sold several valuable copper properties and only recently made a large sale of some claims to eastern capitalists. These claims were ad joining the Sultana Arizona Copper company. The stropg wind during the" recent storm played havoc with the awn ings around Jack Henness' house. All the poles were broken and the canvas ripped in a nuinlwr of places. Mrs. Henness was K-nned in for a while, being caught between the fal len poles and some teds on the porch, but only suffered a severe drenching. Kelvinites were much startled to see a girl with hair flying in the wind, mounted on horseback, dash ing through the town in the teeth of the storm Monday, bound for the Hoff house. I'pon inquiry it turned out to lie Miss HallMTt's sister on her way to see her. We trust that she will not give us such a scare again in a hurry, as every one thought it was a runaway. o Special prices on all new trunks. Repairing and keys fitted. 112 E. Adams. .H-K-t-H-i H-H-M I1 II IIH1IH SummerSale 25 PER CENT OFF on every article In the store ex cept post cards. I!' The Navajo Curio !j 12 North Center Street I h ;, H. i H .H .H wili "Mi 1 I I M- Insurance Salesmen Take Notice! If you can"t write Insurance for your several companies without assailing THE PA CIFIC MUTUAL. LIFE, you had better see us and try and get a contract; you will then have more time to devote to your work and less use for your hammer. YOU CAN'T COMPARE, SO YOU HAVE TO KNOCK. There is no other company In our class. Finding the class too high, the promoters of oth er companies passed ti up as something too good for the public W. T. Z. W. B. BARR General Agents. Rumage Sale on Trimmed Hats, Shirt Waists and Skirts. Don't forget we will sell our $2.50 0-pleco sets of Sanito--ware at $1.75 this week only.. THE FAIR 212 East Washington. HHMHllii Ford Hotel Grill Open every night until 12 o'clock. Merchants Lunch 11:30 to 1 30 Short Orders from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOURS. Private rooms for ladles or parties. BANQUETS or SPREADS for all occasions. t X orris Furniture Co. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers A Splendid Time Tn Cnrnich Vmir Unmo t . IU IllllilUII IUUI IIUIIIU T . X Is right now during the summer months, when we are less busy than later on. Yon get letter attention, are less hurried, and have T better service than during the OUR MID-SUMMER PRICE CONCESSIONS should also be of Interest to those of economical inclinations. ( t We manufacture everything in Awnings, Drop Curtains and Can vas Goods. NEW LOCATION Noble Block, - LADIES All $3.50, $3.00, $2.50 & $2.00 Values in Canvas Oxfords Now $1.00 THE ALHIRE COMPANY 27-29 L Wash. SI. Why Not Save Money by buying your Lumber' of the new firm, The O'Mallcy Lumber Co. We have bought out the DcMund Lumber Co. and expect to carry the largest and best stock of lumber and building materials ever brought to rhoenix. We will make the price right and guarantee the grades. Let i U3 "Eure with you. TheO'Malley Lumber Co. Write the Arizona School of Music FOR Catalogue and other descriptive Literature. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director. ELECTRIC FANS ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HOUSE. Phona Black 534. H"M"H"M"M"M"M"t"l I-H"H' M I .H'd"H"fr'M-H"H"I"H'I' Mil H H 1 1 H WALL PAPER CHEAP Phoenix Hardware Co. 1 1 1 ! i I i"ti 'H"1"H"H"1' !' ! 'M-l' ! n-- j ii jM J t ,wn n h ii ii mh K V nil .h h ? WWWWIIM IIHIIH IIIUWIIIIIWI J IVI W U I W X following machinery for sale, in T .ollowing machinery for sale, in 1 General Electric Co. Motor and Starting Box, 10 II. P.; 1 Dy namo, 8.5 KYV., 125 volts, 50 lights; 1 General Electric Co. Motor, 2 H. P., 110 volts; 1 General Electric Co. Motor. 2 II. P., 500 volts; 2 Electric Meters; 2 Switches; 2 Starting Boxes; they go with motors. Also a quantity of Shafting, Pulleys, etc., may be seen at Repub ican office, or at the shop of Kunz Bros. & Mcssinijer HmH..H..H-M"H -M M"M"1 HHmM Uepan hustle of a busy fall season. Adams & 1st St. Phoenix, Arizona Tours to pltase. SOLD, RENTED and REPAIRED V. R. NORRIS, Prop. 41 S. 1st Ava. ! ! ! -t- '! ! -t' !! 1 t II 11 I'M H t 1 1 t t V ...... a.i. t GOOD CONDITION": COOD CONDITION: H-l-H-I-H -I-t-M' 1 1 1 H HIHII I- t