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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1908.
Double Barrel Hammerless Shotguns $J6 Think of it! You cannot buy a good double barrel hammer gun for that money. These guns are some of the many "Rood things" that our Mr. Finney got at bargain prices on his trip east last month. "e have a lot of these guns in our south show window; see them there or drop inside and get a better look. These Runs are made by a reputable factory, their name and guarantee being on every gun; these guns were made to wholesale at 17, but they needed the money, and we are going to sell them this month for Jlfi each. If you want a Rood reliable hammerless double gun for little money, here is the chance to get one. Mail orders promptly filled. Any out of town customer ordering one of these Runs, and lieing dissatisified on receipt, full purchase price will lie refunded on return of Run to us. These guns are not like catalog house goods. PINNEY ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Inl for free ama Law sard. tabUakad 1117. Col lings Vehicle and Harness Co. Is receiving new Roods daily. 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. Coliiiigs Vehicle and Harness Co. Xaat Adama It, acxt door to Adams Hotel. A FULL LINE OF GAS RANGES JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. Why Not Save Money by buying your Lumber of the new firm. The O'Malley Lumber Co. We have bought out the DeMund Lumber Co. and expect to carry the largest and best stock of lumber and building materials ever brought to Phoenix. V.e will make the price right and guarantee the grades. Let us figure with you. Tours to please, The O'Malley Lumber Co. Write the Arizona School of Music FOR Catalogue and other descriptive Literature. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director. ELECTRIC FANS SOLD, RENTED and REPAIRED ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HOUSE. Phon Black 534. V. R. NORRIS, Prop. 41 S. 1st Ave. H-H-H-H-i I I I 1 1 i1 1 !"H 1 .M"H"M- WALL rArt.fi UticAr Phoenix Hardware Co. A.H,,MHfrKl"M"frH" I Second Hand Machinery for Sale 1 following machinery for sale, In GOOD CONDITION: .ollowing machinery for sale, in GOOD CONDITION: 1 General Electric Co. Motor and Starting Hox, 10 II. P.; 1 Dy namo, 8.5 KW., 123 volts, 50 lights; 1 General Electric Co. Motor, 2 II. P.. 110 volts; 1 General Electric Co. Motor, 2 II. P., 500 volts; 2 Electric Meters; 2 Switches; 2 Starting Hoxes; they go with motors. 1 Also a quantity of Shafting, Pulleys, etc., may be seen at Repub lican olfice, or at the shop of Kunz Bros. & Messinger r a. m. SANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITY TIME. "The Diamond Jo". All Main line local points Phoenix to Ash Fork, Los Angeles, San Francisco and all other points west. Leaves daily at. .J 2:15 a. "The Daylight Express". All Main line local points and all points east of Ash Fork. Leaves daily EXCEPT SATURDAY'S at 8.00 "The Coast Limited". Through Fullman Sleeper to Los Angeles, connect ing with California Limit ed Train No. 3 at Ash Fork. Leaves EVERY SATUR DAY at 4:30 p Trains arrive from Ash Fork 1:43 a. m. DAILY and 4:10 p. 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. Tuesday Special m. at! m. 1 THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for the Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m. yesterday: 5:30 5:5(1 am. p.m. Barometer, inches 29.81 2.S Temperature, degrees 79 101 Dew point, degrees 73 59 Humidity, per cent S2 Wind direction SV Wind velocity, miles 2 Rainfall, inches 0 4 0 Weather Pt. Cldy. Pt. Cldy. Mean daily humidity "1 Mean daily temperature '.'0 Highest temperature 102 Lowest temperature " ' Total daily rainfall 00 Accumulated deficiency in temper ature since January 1. CG degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, 2.59 inches. L. N. JESITNOFSKY. Section Director. Tuesday only: 1,000 large 3 lh. pkgs. Fairbanks' Gold Dust, each 15 Friday only: 1C lbs. Granulat ed Sugnr S1.00 Regular every day: 15 lbs. Granulated Sugar for S1.00 t 50 lbs. Star or Daisy Flour for S1.50 3 cans Table Pears, Mack berries, Plums or Apricots J0 I est Standard Corn 10 Host Standard Tomatoes 10 Pkg. Searchlight Matches 5 C bars Rnrax Soap 23 5 gal. can Best Oil... 1.43 Specials every day. RECENT SALES OF LOTS AND RANCHES Some of the Late Transactions of the Greene and Griffin Real Estate and Investment Company. IcKee's Cash Store v 1 The Greene and Griffin Investment company keeps right on doing busi ness regardless of the hot weather, the following are among their recent sales not heretofore cxploit-d although some of them were completed several days ago. One particularly fine sale, of which there was a short mention by a correspondent. was that of the ranch of P. S. Clements, three miles west ef the fairgrounds, on the Christy road. The ranch is a fine holding of twenty-five acres, well improved. It has a modern frame house anil is equipped with horses, wagons, chick en, farm implements and all that g-M's with a good home ranch. The selling price was $"s0 and the buy ers are Walter anil John t'lm who came here recently from Cincinnati, and exiect to make this their home. One of the men now has a family and the other expects to have. .Another sale recently made was that of lot 10. block fi of the Evergreen addition, for '') to Mary A. Mrlner ney. The buyer is a daughter of Alder man Mclnerney a gentleman well known in Chicago and prominent in politics. M. II Mayer manager of the har ness department of the Codings Vehi cle company, has bought lot 13 in block f. of Evergreen place for $5511.. Three lots in Collins addition were sold for Charles McDonald to Charles Burroughs for $500. This property is located on the east extension of Ad ams street, not far from where Mr. Burroughs now resides. He proposes to move his green houses and flower ing plants to the new location where he will fit up an ideal plant for that business iirthis climate, which by the way, involves in fealty more protec tion from the hi weather than it does from the cold weather. Beginning in a very modest way Mr. Burroughs has built up quite a green house business, which he proposes to submit to still greater expansion. In his business people are permitted to "water their stock." for if they don t 11 will die. The south half of lot 3 in block 10, of the north extension of Evergreen I place, wr mid to L. S. Thompson for VMI. Lot 9 and the north half of lot 10 in block 5 of Evergreen place was sold for $950, to a buyer whose name is withheld for the present. TEA How little it isl How little it adds to the weight of the cupl It has cover ed the sea with ships for a hundred years. Tour rrocer return! yonr money If f oa ioa'l Ilk Scbuliaa's Bed: P bin l the Sweat of the Planets . Civilization Is not hand-made. The cliff-dweller rose by clinging to the tail of a wolf. Society became 'pos I siblo With the spinning of the first , water-wheel. Mod war democracy Is a i machine-made product. It.u e progress depends on mechanical power. j The steam engine was the - great : emancipator. It dmibled the produc j tive energy of the human race; made j serfs unprofitable: abolished the gal jleys: stopped the treadmills; drove , the harper out of th king's palace and jpnt Caruso on the marble-topped table of evry cottage. It made each man his own Columbus; sent stay-at-homes ! around the world ; started a universal j correspondence sc hool in all the arts and sciences. Every advance in dynamics is a I new declaration of independence. With ' every step forward the "individual 1 withers and the world is more and jiimre." The power engineer is the poet anil propnet 01 ine greatest goou to the greatest number. He is an un conscious socialist. He decreed the eight-hour day and the Saturday half holiday. On the Pacific coast he has harnessed the glaciers which cover the high top of Mt. Ranier and set them to running the street cars in Seattle and Tacoma. Across the prairies of the middle west he has stretched cop- j per power wires. Tapping these mag ic filaments, the farmer straightens his bent back and sits down to read Ber- tnard Shaw while the cream is churn-Mng. T-i 1 i 1 -i "M"i "t 1 1 Il":"1illlH-l i v m iiiini h ' :: The Valley Pride Creamery now hat Mr. E. M. Walters, an expert, at the head of their paateur- izing department, and are putting out a very high grade of ' Pasteurized Milk and Cream, ij Call up Main 289 and your orders will be promptly filled. M..1. ,;.;, I I I I I' 11 1 I I M-M-l I II t I I II I I I I 1 I l!ll I 1 I 1 1 j-M- ' THE TOURIST Made 1 n The only car Uiat has dem onstrated that it is best ndapt 1 ed to the roads and conditions of this district. The Tourist stands on its reputation and the owners of Tourist cars are our best ad 'J ertisers. Ask the man who owns one. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. Arthur A ins worth, Manager. Open Day and Night. Phone . Main 145. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington. First Time in City of Phoenix A Company of Real Players. Monday, July 20, The Raymond Company presents Raymond Whitaker and Margaret I'itt, supported by fifteen talented actors, Francis McKim, Richard McDowell, Benjamin Rey nolds, Sydney Browning, Harry liollingsworth, Adrian Von Plank, Fiddes M. Page, Beulah Benton, Ethel Thornton, Austa Pierce, NIta Thompson, .Mrs. M. Pierce, Ed. Clark, Earl .Hawkins, Ralph Bel more, In Hall Caine's greatest play, "THE CHRISTIAN" SEATS NOW ON SALE AT BEAR'S DRUG STORE. See this great production then give your honest opinion. Prices 10, 20, 30, 50. Merely scratch the earth's surface for a depth of 12,000 feet and water will turn instantly into steam. The dream of the power engineer Is the sinking of two pipes to that depth. Once in place he will drop high ex plosives to the bottom of each fcnd discharge them simultaneously, until a connection has been formed between the bottom of the pipes. Then into the mouth of one pipe he will divert a stream of water. At the bottom of the pipe the column of water will ex ert a pressure of, say, 5000 pounds to the scpiare .inch and the steam result ing from lis contact with the super heated rocks will automatically rise to turbines at the surface and ex huastless power will be humanly speaking forever available. But the engineer is not content with planning to turn the earth itself Into a great power plant. He has designs on the rest of the solar system. The music of the spheres shall keep time with the rattle of spindles. The sun and moon are to be driven tandem. Man, he declares, shall eat bread in the sweat of the planets. From Hen ry M. Hyde's "In the Sweat of the Planets," Technical World for August. The Near-Famous. (J. W. Foley in New York Times.) Shake hands with my friend Mr. Riley, John Doe He's a cousein of Jim's. A man it will do you some honor lo know He's a cousin of Jim's. Used to play with Jim often when he was a lad. They shared all the playthings the two of them had: Before Jim wrote verses to make the world glad He's a cousin of Jim's. Shake hands with my friend Mr. Taft. Mr. Poo He's an uncle of Bill's. L'sed to bait fish hooks for him a long time ago He's an undo of BMl's. He remembered Bill well as a freckled-faced chap, Whu wore his suspenders tied 'round like a strap. Whom he often helped set a figure four trap He's an uncle of Bill's. My fr'end Mr. Ado Mr. Tom Ade. John Doe He's related to fieorne. Their mother's first cousins were brothers, you know He's related to C.corjo. l'sed to visit Oeorge Ade's folks back in the old days. Before anv one dreamed he'd be writ ing plays; He looks like Ceorge, too, in a good many ways He's related to George. My friend Mr. Cannon a mighty bright boy He's a ne;diew of Joe's. He 'as raised near Joe's farm down in old Illinoy, He's a nenhew of Joe's. You've heard of Joe Cannon the Siwaker well, he Is uncle to all of his nephews, you see ; In fact, they are all of the same family-He's a nephew of Joe's. Refreshing Summer Drinks. Another refreshing drink, especially in the dogday season, is Mrs. H. A. Hardy's Kentucky claret cup. To pre pare it. mix a quart bottle of claret wine with equal parts of cold oolong tea and verv sweet lemonade. When well blended, place some long strips of previously frozen cucumber In the pitcher, season to taste with grated nutmeg, and serve verv cold. If de sired, several sprigs of mint may also he added, in which case the flavor of the beverage could scarcely be dis tinguished from that of an extremely tastly julep. Or if it should chance that some one of vour guests is so firmly plant ed upon the "water wagon" ns to be absolutely immune from even so mild a tipple as this innocent claret cup. try him with one of Miss Truly Shat tuck's favorite summer-night thirst quenchers and see if he does not pass the glass for more. To do this, how ever, fill a large beer glass about one- third full of finely cracked ice; squeeze in the juice of one lime; follow with a dash or two of Angostura bitters, and finallv add a bottle of imported ginger ale. Harmless as the result may be. it will nccompish wonders. Miles Bradford in The Bohemian Mag azine for July. See "Marvo," Handcuff King. He bars none. Airdome, Monday, July 20. Ice Creams and Sherbets Call at our big popular Ice Cream parlor; it is the coolest place in the city. AVe use only the purest and besm leattra the purest and best materials. All our popular Nut Sundaes and Egg Drinks -10d If you can't call, phone for Ice Cream or Sherbets. Ice Creams: Pench, Vanilia, Strawberry, Chocolate, Plum, 50 Ppr quart, 75 per half gallon, S1.25 I'r gallon. Tutti Frutti and Sanichas Su premus, deliciously flavored, 75 C Vcr quart. SI. 25 Ppr half gallon. 2.25 WT gallon. Special prices to wholesale dealers anywhere in Arizona. GHAS. J. SANICHAS CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corns, 50 cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladles and Children treated day or evenings. Between First and Center Sts. Phona Red 72. FRANK SHIRLEY. b no r5V Lion is n evman Furniture Co. Arizona's Leading house Furnishers 4 OFF The regular, plainly marked Low Prices of our entire Line of HAMMOCKS Which is the largest shown in Arizona ard includes all the desirable colors and styles of the better makes. Regular Price range is $1.00 to $6.50, and this most liberal dis count is good only THIS W EEK D0RRIS-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO. NEW LOCATION Noble Block, - Adams & 1st St. i-!-H-5-K-5-H-- x-x-x-:-m-x-:-w-:-:--h-:-;--h-h-i-j- LADIES All $3.50, $3.00, $2.50 & $2.00 Values in Canvas Oxfords Now $1.00 THE ALKIRE COMPANY I 27-29 E. Wash. SI. Phoenix, Arizona Khaki Pants with Belts I have just received a large supply of this fine line aid can fit men of nil ;U--s. Ionr for'--t hat I have guns for rent i:-'d a fresh supply of ammunition di cct from factory. A.1 W. GALPIN 26 East Washington Street. Sporting Goods. f-H- THE TRIP OVER THE INDIAN SCHOOL CAR LINE TO THE INDIAN f SCHOOL AND RETURN IS A MOST DELIGHTFUL ONE. Cool, Refreshing, Inspiring Restful. Try It ONLY 10c RETURN. CARS LEAVE EVERY 40 MINUTES. SUN DAY 20 MINUTE SERVICE. Phoenix Railway Go. 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. Phona Black 401.