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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1908.
SEPTEMBER 15 TO DECEMBER 1. It is the ambition of every hunter to kill r. big buck door and wild turk-v. The reason is no- open, and in Arizona In a long one; the limit 'i three male d.-r to earn hunter; no lim.t on turkey We hae the )n.,.nl;,r game rifles in stock, including- 30-30 automatic, 3,1 a to niate ?. -u-:!. 23-33. 32-20. 23-80. 32 Sp rial, etc Our special ;.,at. to order 23-33 and 30-30 Winchester carbine are the most popu lar arm we handle. A good assortment of rifles for rent. We Ir.ve a complete line of belts, scabbards. fresh ammunition. lui.it ins 1-Lives safetv axes, compasses, field glasses, tclesco,,es( hunters elotl.irr Kenwood sl.-epinir bags, genuine Gold Medal cots, etc. Prices on i-t-iu-sl. Mail orders Kiven immediate attention. PINNEY & ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Pet akl icnfkrl Inn. Send for free Game. Law cara. Established 1887. Deer and Turkey Season Now Open if announcement! $20,00 FOR Ostrich Feather JELLY CAKE ON EXHIBITON AT OUR FEATHER STORE. Eool; in at our Feather Store. See the biff, benktiful display of fans and flumes, the choice of which (iocs to thewoman entering the be-t Jellv Cake at the Kig Territorial Fair ill November. Each article is worth $23.00 and th.se are the choicest specimens that call he had anywhere. CAN YOU WIN THAT $25 PRIZE? Arizona Ostrich Farm Store First Street and Adams. Opposite Noble BuiW!ng. Fourth Arizona Fair. Phoenix. Nov. 9-14, 160S. Attractions extraordinary. This Is to announce to the T public that my Ice and Cold Storage Warehouse T which Is now in course of con- X struction will be Completed about September 14th and will X be ready to receive goods for T cold storage the same as In the past. In Addition to This I will be ready to supply to all who use Quantities of Ice 8ANTA 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 2:15 a- - "The Daylight Express". AH Main line local point and all points east of Asb Fork. Leaves dally 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 Ash Fork. Leaves EVERY SATUR DAY at 4:30 p. m. Trains arrive from Ash Fork at 1:45 a. m. DALLY and 4:10 p. m. daily. No trains on branch line to raider on Sundays. Trl-weekly service from rrescon iu Crown King and Poland. Call Main 108 for further Information. J this commodity at a PRICE f which will be Why Hot Save Money Right fcy buying your Lumber of the new firm. The O'Malley Lumber Co. H; We have bought cut the DeMund Lumber Co. and expect to carry the lurgest pud best stock of lumbw and building materials ever brought to Phoenix. We will make the price right and guarantee the grades. Let us figure with yoj. Yours to please. For further Information, call or address W. H. CONSTABLE The O'SVlaiiey LumberCo. TfiK FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. Till te open day and night Short orders and regular meals. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 Wot Wash. 8t. A FULL LINE OF JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. 401 West Jackson Street, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. H-W-H-H--I-H-H-K I S-H-i-i-i-H- THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast fof today: Fair; cloudy; rising temperature. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m. yesterday: 5:30 a. m. .29.82 .B5 .30 5:30 p. m. 29.74 94 Barometer, inches . . . Temperature, degrees Dew point, decrees .. Humidity, per cent 26 8 Win.l-ydirection E SV Wind velocity, miles .... 6 5 Rainfall, inches 0 0 A I Weather. . M.-an dally humidity . . . Mean daily temperature. Highest temperature Lowest temperature... . Total daily rainfall .Clear Clear 1 80 9G 64 00 PLATE CLEANERS WANTED. A civil service examination will be held October 14 to secure eligibles to fill vacancies in the position of plate clean er in the bureau of engraving and printing, and similar positions at $S40 per year. There will be no educational test and applicants will not have to report at any particular place for ex amination. The tests will be entirely on age, physical condition and experi ence and all persons twenty years old or more may apply. RECLAMATION SERVICE CLERKS The civil service commttis.on an nounces an examination on October 21 at Rupert, idahu, Wimston. in. l.. North Yakima, Wash, and Malta, Mont., to secure eligibles, eighteen years or over, from which to make certification to fill the following vacancies, and va cancies as they may occur in similar positions In the reclamation service, at salaries of $60 to $125 a month upon conditions of service and location: Un der clerk, qualified in stenography and typewriting, Rupert, Idaho; salary, $3 per diem. This position ofrtrs only intermittent service, amounting to about fifteen days a month and lasting about six months. Under clerk, quali fied in stenography, typewriting and bookkeeping, "Williston, North. Dakota; salary, $75 a month. The appointee in this position will probably be needed for about six months to one year, and may be retained one or two years or indefinitely. Under clerks. North Ya kima, Wash., one qualified in stenog ranhy and typewriting and one quali fied in typewriting; salary $75 a month each. The appointees will be needed for periods of from three to six months, r may be retained one or two years or indefinitely. Under clerks (two), qualified in stenography and typewriting. Malta, Mont.; salary, $75 a month. Under clerk, qualified In stenography, typewriting and book keeping, Fallon, New, $75 a month. Appointees will be expected to report at the places of employment at their own expense. 1 Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1, 99 degrees. Accumulated excess In rainfall since January 1. 2.22 inches. L. N. JESUNOFSKY, Section Director. COLUMBIA PPgFfCT SaTlsnCTIOH KPTHwe BETTt IT CURED MAUD fZT- -v Vv-7 -rrsfTi J Q j CALL CURE tfON. j GALL CURE WE GUARANTEE to cure wire cuts and sores on your horses with Columbia Gall cure or Healing Powder. We have received our buggies for fall and winter trade. Now Is the time to get first choice. G0LL1HGS YEHICLE AND HARNESS GO. E. Adams St. next door to Adams Hotel. WATCH FOR THE REGULAR Saturday ;la 1 Sale AT THE Cold Air Storage Market TELEPHONE MAIN 6. These Saturday Specials are Money Savers ? Of Local Interest STILL THEY IE TEA Is there a better way to keep the family longer at table, to keep it together? Your rtocer return! your money U f o aoat Vk ScUUiof ' But: w uim Best Butter 2."C Best Ranch Eggs 30 5 Bars Wool Soap 25 New Home Made Jam and Jelly 20d Nabisco Wafers 23 or 10 bars for 25 (Tuesday Only) New Saratoga Chips. Finest Fruit In Phoenix. Last Week at Intra Vorl If I t TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS I The Raymond Co f PRESENT THE GREAT MIN ING COMEDY DRAMA "In Idaho" t A REAL WESTERN PLAY. I Prices: 10c, 20c, 30c, 50c ij Seats on sale at Bear Drug T ! .1 ;,H"M' I II1IUHI M 1 I 1 1 Watch for the regular Saturday spe cial sale at the Cold Air Storage Mar ket. Telephone main 6. These Satur day specials are money savers. IMee's Cash $tore Sri .-t -' It will pay you xo see The Light Bi cycle, with Baley Non Skid Tires be fore you buy a bike. Reading, Stand ard, Light, Curtiss & Indian Motorcy cles. .Tires, Sundries and Repairing. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. Phone Red 537. 31 So. 1st Ave. THE PALACE Saloon, Pool and Billiards. ; Budweiser on draught. Old Crow, : Mayfield and Guckenhelmer Rye I Whiskies sold over the bar. I JOHN P. BODET. Prop. u h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n ht 1 1 1 nvi' OUR SPECIALTY CORPS O'lr "Doctor of the Road" has had three years' experience on the roads around Phoenix, thus assuring you a safe and pleiuant ride. Our "Doctor 011 Hubher" has all the latest methods of repairing Inner tubes by the steam process, tiius saving you tfie price of a new tube whin it only needs repairing. Our " Motor Doctor" has had ten years practical experience on the ails and cures of the auto, thus we are able to guarantee each and every operation performed by us. Why then trust your sick car in the hands of doctors who have h:d only a year or two practice? Why, you are paying for their experience. Wo have had that experience. All work guaranteed. "Good, or made good." PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. Arthur Ainsworth, Manager. Cp;n Day and Night. Phone Main 145. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington. School Books School Books School Books and Supplies We are giving away an elegant Teddy Bear Pencil and Holder with every $1.00. purchase of School Books. Also rulers to every one. Come and see us. THE FAIR 212 East Washington Street. BENSON VISITORProf. W. H. Lee of Benson was a visitor in the city yesterday. CITY COUNCIL. The city council is holding almost nightly sessions as a board of equalization. ARIZONA IS POPULAR Whittle sey Adams of Warren, Ohio, a prop erty owner in Phoenix, and an oc casional visitor to the valley. Is one of Arizona's most enthusiastic non resident friends. He sends to The Republican a lot of press clippings and advertisements from the Ohio papers, giving publicity to the fam- I nun Wrama Arizona, and One or two I other. Arizona plays, with the com- j ment that Arizona seems to be very popular among the young people of , Ohio. ! REPORTED ROBBERY. A boy of' about twelve years of age called at the I police station yesterday and reported j that his mother had sent him down to, report that their home at 1520 East! Washington had been entered on Wed- i nesday night while they were away.! things turned topsy turvy and Jo in money taken. Officer Perrin went out. to the house to Investigate but found 1 no one at home rnd the doors all open. I The boy said he would follow the offi cer in a few minutes. . Officer Perrin ; spent about half an hour'in thi t.yicin- j Ity but no one showed up having an j interest in the case. This was as far , as the investigation was pursued. The I officers are inclined to think that much j of the petty thieving that is going on 1 is partly do to the carelessness of the ; householders in leaving their homes I unlocked, when going out for a short j call. It is an open invitation to every passing hobo or lightf ingered g-'iit who happens along and he can very easily step inside to pursue his pur loining without molestation. TURKEY OUT OF SEASON J. W. Anderson and James Prator, in mates of the poorhouse, were ar rested yesterday for trying to change Mil MH'H-H-l-H4tH t.i'1.-..!''l-i'l'l'.W-4-44"1.1'.";'l'l-1'l"l"M"t' Second Hand Machinery for Sale I following machinery for sale. In GOOD CONDITION: I (Jcneral Electric Co. Motor and Starting Box, 10 II. P. ' j. I Dynann, S.5 KW., J25 volts, f.O lights. 1 Genera' Electric Co., Mot r, 2 II. P., 110 volts. 1 Generat Electric Co., Motor, 2 H. P., 500 volts. 2 Electric Meters. Z. 2 Switches. w 4 2 Starting Boxes; they go with motors. Also a quantity of Shafting, Pulleys, et;., may be seen at Repub Ican olflce, or at the shop ot Kunz Bros. & Messinger IHllimilil S 11 1111 1 IH H-H K 1MHI I II I H t t I 1 1 1 BIDE-A-WEE MISSION FURNI TURE COMPANY at home and doing business, where we have been all summer, ready to receive our patrons. The HOFFMAN Everthlng First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. It Is Crystallized Cactus Candy, That makes the w.orld seem bright. Then keep a box handy Of Crystallized Canay To keep you feeling right. And if there is a girl expecting That you will call tonight, If you want a kiss that Is brim full of bliss, get A package of Crystallized Candy At Donofrioa' the diet at that institution. Prator j is 84 years of age and! is old enough to know better. Anderson is the driver of the county hospital wagon. They had been to town and on their j way home passed the ranch of Mr. ! Walker south of the capitol building, j They found a turkey In the road and ! Anderson getting out of the wagon j laid the proud bird low by a well j directed blow with a cane. He threw 1 it Into the wagon and the men drove on speculating how turkey would I taste at this unseasonable time of j the year. Mr. Walker witnessed the i death of the turkey and overtaking j the wagon made the paupers give up the bird. He telephoned to the sheriff's office about it and Deputy Olea brought the old men in. They were arraigned before Justice Kyle who held Anderson for trial, but , Prator was released. PROTECTING THE WATER- SHEDS It is said that there is aj fine example at Roosevelt Of the 1 beneficent result of only a little bit of protection to the Salt river water shed. It is referred to merely as a i hint of the good effect that would ! result from a careful protection of: a large area. The protection of the Power canal suggested at the time of its building, the construction of 1 sluiceways underneath It, to accom- j modate the runoff from the nearby hills. These sluices were built in ; accordance with the capacity of the ' hillside channels that carried the j flow into the basin of Salt river and which were filled every time there was a heavy rain in that section. That was three years ago and since then the suiceways have never been anywhere near filled, notwithstanding the fact that the last three years have witnessed an unusually heavy rainfall on the watershed. The con clusion is that the measure of pro tection given the hills there during that time, has increased the quan tity of grass roots, brush and other things that serve to deter the flood water from running off and forcing more of it into the soil. f if" vnm in wimi. Schoo Sh and plenty of them. We are selling regardless of cost our entire line of Boys, Girls and Misses School Shoes. We have them in all sizes, kinds and pri ces. If you want a good Shoe at a small price see us before buying elsewhere. We are ab solutely closing out our entire lines of Men's, Women's and Bhildren's Shoes at cost. Get in line while sizes are complete. Tile A Shoes and Hosiery ntBnr?TffffWWIrllJWM! ) 1 1