THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 31, 1908. 5S
Deer and Turkey Season How Open
SEPTEMBER 15 TO DECEMBER 1.
It is the ambition of every hunter to kill a big buck deer and wild
turkey. The season is now open, and in Arizona is a long one; the
limit is three male deer to each hunter; no limit on turkey. We have
all the popular hip game rifles in stock including 30-30 automatic, 351
automatic, ."(MO, ,"0-::0. 25-33, 32-20, 25-20, 32 Special, etc. Our special
made to order 25-33 and 30-30 Winchester carbines are the most popu
lar arms we handle. A good assortment of rifles for rent.
We have a complete line of belts, scabbards, fresh ammunition,
hunting knives, safety axes, compasses, field glasses, telescopes, hunters'
clothing, Kenwood sleepmg bags, genuine Gold Medal cots, etc,
Trices on request. Mail orders given immediate attention.
PINNEY a ROBINSON
THE GUN STORE
40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX. ARIZ.
Send for free Game Law card.- Established 1887.
Local Daily Weather Report for The
ON EXHIBITON AT OUR FEATHER STORE.
Look in at our Feather Store. See the big, beautiful display of
Fans and Plumes, the choice of which goes to the woman entering
the best Jelly Cake at the Big Territorial Fair in November. Each
article is worth $25.00 and these are the choicest specimens that can
be had anywhere.
CAN YOU WIN THAT $25 PRIZE?
Arizona Ostrich Farm Store
First Street and Adam.
Opposite Noble Building.
Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoenix, Nov. 9-14, 1908. Attractions extraordinary.
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
Fhoenlx. We will make the price right and guarantee the grades. Let
Forecast for today Fair.
Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m.
Barometer, inches 29,80
Temperature, degrees 62
Dew point, degrees 62
Humidity, per cent 26
Wind direction E
Wind velocity, miles 1
Rainfall, inches 0
p. m. I
Weather Clear Clear
Mean dally humidity 20
Mean daily temperature 79
Highest temperature 96
Lowest temperature 62
Total daily rainfall 00
Accumulated deficiency In tempera
ture since January 1, 105. degrees.
Accumulated excess in rainfall since
January 1, 21 8 inches.
L. N. JESUNOFSKT,
us figure with you.
Tours to please.
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TO Bt AT THE FAIR
A Plan For Establishing a Los Angeles-Phoenix
President Bullard of the Maricopa
Automobile club returned yesterday
from an official visit to Los Angeles
In his capacity of superintendent of
automobile races at the territorial fair.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Bullard
who has spent the summer on the
coast. Their daughter Essie remained
thfre in school.
The object of Mr. Bullard's visit to
Los Angeles in connection with Jack
Ainsworth of the Phoenix Auto com
pany, was to secure representation by
the large auto firms of Los Angeles
at the fair. It is certain that there
will be a good representation, many
of the firms having written their fac
tories for permission to bring cars.
Among the cars expected are the
Aunburn, the Studebaker. and the
Maxwell-Brisco. Leon Schettler rep
resenting the Reo, Kissel and Tourist
cars will be present. Among those
which he will bring is the famous Reo
Bird, said to be the fastest racing car
in the west and now engaged in a
contest with the White Steamer. It is
said to have a capacity of a mile in
Mr. Schettler offered a suggestion
to Mr. Bullard which will be laid be
fore the board of trade. He said that
if the board or some other organization
would offer a sliver perpetual cup of
the value of say $100, he thought that
several of the Los Angeles firms would
enter a run from Los Angeles to Phoe
nix in competition and that these runs
would be made annually or at stated
periods. The car winning the cup
three times to have final possession
of it . The matter was mentioned by
Mr. Bullard to the Tourist people who
signified their willingness to take part
in such a competition.
, Mr. Schettler desires to show while
here the various stunts that his cars
will perform. He wants a series of
steps erected on the fair grounds that
he may drive his car up one side and
down the other. Also, if he get the
permission of the board of supervisors
he will run his car from the street into
the court house and back it out again.
Mrs. Bullard was present during this
part of the interview with her hus
band last night and told him that he
was qualified to enter into a competl
tion with Mr. Schettler in an event of
this kind. She had in mind Mr. Bul
lard's involuntary invasion of the Oc
cidental hotel with his car the other
If you want everyone to grawt yen
With a smile upon his faoe.
Carry Cryetallized Cactus Cmm0y,
From DoMrit'i plaea
THE SECRET OF SEXINE PILLS.
There isn't any. Their wonderful
effects are simply the result of a
scientific combination of the best
remedies that are known in medicine
for the upbuilding and rejuvenating
of tired, weak and worn men and
women. They act on the blood in
such a manner that the user Is soon
imbued with new life and hope and
happiness. Price $1 a box; six boxes
$5; fully guaranteed on the money-
back plan. Address or call on Elvey
oV Hulett, where they sell all the
principal remedies and do not substi
CAUSES THE DEATH
Of Two Fine Horses After Illness of
Two to Three Days.
The death by eating decaying canta
loupes of two valuable horses, one be
longing to Mr. Cooney of Cave Creek,
and the other to Attorney J. H. Langs
ton, during the past week, should serve
as a warning to all stock owners in
the valley of the danger of allowing
animals to eat forage, especially cants
in any quantity.
The first horse died Sunday and the
other about Wednesday, in spite of
the best medical attention. The case
is not unusual and veterinarians have
encountered such cases frequently but
efforts to save the victims of the pois
oning have been futile. In speaking of
the cases Sir. Langston says that the
horses had both been on his pasture
and had had access through a gate
way to a field in which cants had
been raised. There were still many
decaying ones on the ground. He did
not know the effect of this form of
diet, and the horses probably eat pretty
freely of the cantaloupes.
The first Indications he had of any
sickness was a disposition to sluggish
ness, of which nothing was thought at
first. This dopey condition continued
and the horses in each instance were
affected In their gait, their limbs grad
ually stiffened, their throats were af
fected so they could not swallow and
finally the animals got down and pass
ed away with little pain.
Mr. Langston summoned Dr. Lowe
and Dr. Ramsey as soon as the first
signs of an ailment appeared. The
horses had slight fever, temperature
ranging from 101 to 103, and the heart
action was below normal. It was said
that there was no hope. The decaying
cantaloupes had developed a condition
like ptomaine poisoning, or cerebro
spinal meningitis. The poisoning pro
cess was slow, but insiduous, and be
fore It was known the' poison had enter
ed the circulatory system, the glands,
and in fact affected the vital organs of
the horse. A partial and finally a total
paralysis seized the animal in which
state It died. Apparently there was
no suffering, though one horse did give
some signs of distress due from consti
pation, the other passing peacefully.
Forage poisoning has been quite
common and last summer there were a
number of cases on the south side and
a few this year. Once the case has
advanced to a state where the animal
is partially paralyzed little can be
done. Very few cases have been known
to recover. Mr. Langston felt very
badly about the loss of the horses,
more over the death of Mr. Cooney's,
which he was taking care of during
that gentleman's absence in-California.
10 bars Borax Soap Tuesday, 23c.
McKee's Cash Store.
HERE FROM LOS ANGELES. Mr.
and Mrs. O. B. Fuller of Los Angeles
were among the arrivals in the city
LOOKING OVER VALLEY. M. B.
Moffett of Kansas City arrived In
Phoenix Saturday to look over the
valley with a view of locating.
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How little it isl How
little it adds to the weight
of the cupl It has cover
ed the sea with ships for a
Tour rwr return, year money if roe eoa't
Uk. Schlllln.'. fUrt- w- m him
We will Sell
10 bars of
The Phoenix Restaurant is
now under the management of
D. H. Grimm. We invite the
public to give us a call and get
the best meal in the city for
D. H. GRIMM
Cor. Jefferson and Center Sts.
3 cans Quail
D.W. Williams Grocery Co
42 NORTH FIRST AVE.
Phone Main 173
IDSTERMOOR MATTRESSES MACE Y SECTIONAL BOOK-CASESB
Turn Your House
WITH ALL the home comforts and attrac-
tions no need of your living within four
bare walls no matter how small your in
come. When this magnificent stock and our
divided payment plan is at your disposal.
OUR STOCKS were never as large, prices
were never before as low as at this time.
Our divided payment plan enables you to
enjoy the comforts of home with little or
no financial inconvenience. .V .V
READ THIS LIST OF SPECIALS ON SALE MONDAY (TOMORROW)
AND ALL THIS WEEK.
CURTAIN AND RUG
Roll Edge Reed
Thin Blown Water
Glasses 5c or 60cDoz
$3.00 Ruffled .Bobbinette .Cur
tains, values $3.50, $4 ( 'J JE
and $3 4LtiO
$22.50 Brucella Rugs,
13.23 Wool Smyrna Rug, size
30x60. splendid 1 f
$14.00 Golden Oak Dressers,
nicely finished, C1A 7C
strongly built $ 1 U. f 0
$11.00 46 Iron Bed, Qf
white or colors 4) 7O
$1.50 Cane Seat Golden f f f
Oak Dining Chair
$7.50 Columbia Washers make
$33.00 Steel Range, high warm
ing closet, 6 (tO Cfi
$4.00 Hand Decorated China
Salad Bowls, beautiful decora
tions, new designs. 01 F
Values $3.00 to $4.00.
II H m m -
orris-Hevman K-urniture Co..
ARIZONA'S LEADING HOUSE FURNISHERS
Adams & 1st. Sts.
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.
Tine Mire Co0
Shoes and Hosiery
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