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TllJi ARLZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MOltNJNO, A1UUL IS, 1901
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Tte Arizona Republican.
O. W. VICKF.H3 Clenerul Manager
8. M. McCOWAN Managing Editor.
WAKVKY J. LEE Business Manager
J. W. SPEAH Associate Editor
The Arizona Publishing Company
Exclusive Morning Associated Pi ess Dispatches.
The only Perfecting Press In Arizona.
The only battery of Wnotypcs In Arlzon.
Publication olllce: 3C-SS East A Jams street. Telephone No. 171.
Entered at the postofllce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the ec
jai class. ,
" "" ""suuscniP'fioN rates'.
By mall, dally, oni year )3H
Weekly, one year 2.00
Cash In advance.
BY CAIIIUER, "
Dally, per montk J. 75
Washington bureau, COO Fourteenl h street, N. W.
GOVERNOR N. O. MURPHY
TERRITORIAL SECRHTURY C. H. AKERS
TERRITORIAL TREASURER T. V. PEMI1ERTON
TnnniToiUi. auditor (J. w. vickers
CHIEF JUSTICE .. WEBSTER STREET
R. E. SLOAN, OEOllOKIt. DAVIS. FLETCHER M. DOAN
FOR ASSESSOR AND TAX COLLECTOR GEORGE KIRKLAND
FOR COUNCILMAN. FIRST WARD JOSEPH FIFIELD
FOR COUNCILMAN, SECOND WARD W. I. HORNER
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, ANtlL IS, 1901.
Yavapai county Is one general senno
of mining activity. The bills are filled
with prospectors, who
GENERAL on accout.t of the liberal
PROS-. rains of the season,
PER1TY. have accomplished more
than In any of -nnny
preceding years. nd the mountain
washes containing placer gold have nt
tractcd a small army of placer minors.
The merchants are already feeSng the
effect of n. heavy stimulation of placer
mining which once was the principal
Industry of this county, and to which
the founding of the town of Preacott
oan bo traced. Ljnx creek. Big Bug
cr?ek nnd Innumerable washes and
nrroyos In tho mountains are giving up
their gold at a more rapid rate than
in(yeare and each day miners walk Into
rroscott with small bags of gold dust.
Plans are being made t.i conduct
lilaccr mining In the Big Bug region In
ii more elaborate scale than was over
before attempted by the use of steam
Develorment In 'the Orn Gmnde nl.ie,
hcre took p'acc tho new and momtii
toua gvdd strike, thus far are fulfilling
u'l expectation?. There is a dally In
flux of visitors, comprising axents of
purchasing compnnlcs, mining experts,
moohlne men and sights ens The Im
portance of tho strike ha given a won
derful impetus to properties In ndjjln
Ing regloni, nnd they arc being hulil
for increased values. A certain aimmnt
of capital from all parts o-f the country
Is now finding Its way Into the Blue
Tanks dhitiict. which contains the Oro
Grande, and proppects which have been
lit a standstill for lack of capital luavo
passed tho stage of Idleness.
According to private and reliable ad
vices from New York prejiarath ns are
vcwlrr way for an early start of tno old
Vulture mine, recently purchased by
WUIIs II, Troy and others of New York.
Since the purchase the new owners
fcar been financiering In 'tho cant and
liVcr have nlieady raised the amount
y capital necessary to rarry thrjugh
IMr project. The llrst stop to be taken
lr the new comimny will be the con
struction of n pipe line from the Has
Myampa river to the mine, at a tost
nf between )9,000 and J33,0C0. Only a
short time will be required to Install
(cochin ry and icopen the mine after
6 permanent water sU fly Is fcccured.
fa M and storm v weather opens the
jr to n attack of liroiichitis. The
9u on the wagon, 1 lie farmer, milk.
Cw or truckman, needs to pay special
s or disease of
the ocjjans of res-
The Ka of Dr.
Mill cure bronchi
coughs, bleeding of
the lungs, and
which if neglected
fatally in con
sumption. There is no alco
hol in the " Discov
ery," and it ts en
nnd other narcot
ics. "For wren )frs I
had been troubled with
what the tloctors call
ed bronchitis." writes
Mr Arthur Maule (general merchant), of Niles
town, lliMleex Co Ontario. "A year nc" nf
U 1 1 had been taken nick with a severe attack I
l-egnn taking our Ookleu Medical Discovery '
I rapidly recm red from the attack and frit no
more oi u inst Ian Tills season J hegan taking
the Discovery' In Aucusi. and haieso for Irra
I can go out l'i all kinds ol
weather and not feel th
the bronchial trouble at
all Let me say to all who are suffering from
such complaiuts to gue Dr Pierce's (.olden
Medical Discovery a fair trill anil I nm con
icceil that good results will tie obtained "
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adiser, paper-bounil, is sent re on re
ceipt of 2t one-cent stamps, to piy ex
pense of mailing only; or jr statniis for
the bcKik in cloth binding. Address Dr.
. V, Pierce, Buffalo, N, Y,
Mk IVQE0 jSSirauft H
VS. J&Wtl I '
Ml II I llllll IMMJl
s.... T. A. JOBS
J. H. KINNEY
The governor of the tenltory will
very piopcrly be waster of ceremonies
during the visit of our
guests. He Is tho chief
nfllrtliil nt nn- lorrllnn'
AccordJng to olllclal cti- Some SiHI)ciilus rasralff among the re
courtesy he will meet 'nubiLran. hno dated to Insinuate that
nnd paity and be
mid gniclous host
throughout tho day,
The governor has
not lived in tho backwoods all bis life.
He has very well defined Ideas as to
tl pioper ijhlng to do under the cir
cumstances. Nevertheless, Governor .Murphy will
not have time nor desire to work out
tho details of the iceeptlon. That task
would Impose phjslr.il Impossibilities.
Other men must nl,tend to the planning
and scheming and organizing.
There Is no cnuw for any Jealousies
or anguish of soul. Tho committees
Who do the "dirty work" of organiza
tion will have for their reward ithe sat
isfaction of having accomplished a
good work. And thnt Is all. 'When the
President' comes they will letreat and
be no nearer the distinguished
KemWemnn than the humblest dtlzcn
The President must not be bored nor
tired In -any -wwy. He will be our wel
come guest. It will be our pleasure and
privilege to do our utmost to make him
Eveiy city that w!!l bo I.dted by
President McKlnley hns long lnoe ap
pointed committees to woil; out th? de
tails of reception, and these Appoint
ments have been made by the major,
of the city, acting In conjunction with
tho governor and the bcurd of trade.
President McKInley Is InJttfatlgalile
and earnest In lUs efforts to dissuade
the alllwl powew from
terms upon the distract-
ed gowrnniant of Chi
na and exacting exorbi
tant indemnity for liie
damago InlVctcd by Its rteilaus sub
jects. He has Instructed Mr. Rockhlll
to Insist strenuously that the aggregate
Indemnity should not exceed ?2C0,O0(),0CO
and to keep It down to half that sum If
The American claims amount to $.'3,
000.000. but President McKlnley Is wil
ling to cut them do,wn to JS,00O,0no it
the other powers will make correspond
ing abatements of their outrageous de
mands, and It Is ecn said In olllclal cir
cles that the administration would bo
morp than pleased If the powers would
agico to ncept Inlemnlty only far tho
actual destruction of property and
make no clulm for the reimbursement
of military expenses.
It Is too much to hoi that Piesld 'lit
i.IeKlnle.y'8 desire to avert from China
tho danger of fjrelgn spoliation and ci
vil 'war will be shitted by the European
powers. Germany displays a greedy
and obstJnm'c vplrlt, and the small na
tions, Whos-o Intcn-rts In the mittcr me
trivial, ore makhig preposterous de
mands becnu.se they s.'u the Jackal's op
portunity In following the big powers
Aii Interesting rocnue ilcclslon has
be n made In whklf It Is held that the
ue of unstamped te
STAJIP celpts In withdrawing
TAX money from banks must
Rl'LINO. be strictly conllned to
the depositor, and must
be presented by him In person. The do
clslon l as follows:
Where a husband deposits money In
ai bank In his own name, and le.iws In
structions to allow this wife to wltli-
draw any amount nho desires, she can-
not. withdraw money from account on
a locclpt without putting a 2-ccnt rcv--nu
Where money in placed In the hands
of an attorney, and the nttorncy, for
"onvenIenccln kocplng the ncouitf, de
posits It In a bank In thp r.ame of tho
-rlncli nl, but wi'th thrr inuleitnn'ling
that he Is to usv It as Mn own, tho at
torney cantKit use n icelt for the pur
poso of withdrawing money so dupjs.
Itoil In the mi inn of his pilnci-ul with
out put,U" a 2-cnt itmp thorton.
Jl said ff wM
vil! m a t I. ,
Juxurluit head ct
K'lt, gl-Ksy hat',
uhlih li in tr.uh
lug glory." Tli
IMlklllUJ IUU U( l?l!tJ
iiovrr f j
.ills to pn- JW'lftl
air of Ihs lil'3
er, o. liY IhISP
I'cndly gcrmj tint
fucd upon the oitoi
I ho lialr niot. It
filling hair and nil
scalp discuses lra
)3jiblc. It then
promotes a now
imd thick growth
to rcplnco tho old
thin, brittle hair.
One bottle will ver
ify these tiateuicnti,
CI.isj Drug Stores.
Tap rl liege r' jr ' cwlim n bank
derlt by reolpt a Mi'Jctly conllncd'to
the- person In whose panic the money Is
deposited, and such receipt must be
presenteJ by him to tfhe bank pet son
ally. The democratic parly of tho city, at
a private Bronco hold several days ago,
decided to undertake Hhe
A COIN- task of colonizing Ihe
CIDENCE. Third ward. Its motive.
are purely philanthropic.
It Is unxlous to build up that part of
'the city and c.tuco It to nourish like
I u..,u ... ,r. . v V.V.. n.v.. bMJ .W.
the primary object of this congregation
of phllamhfoplsts was toget demociMts
onouch In the Third ward before Mav 7
to carry the election for F. P. C. Dun
lap. To prove tho truth of their ' He
suspicions they pjlnt to the f.vt thnt
I a"! recant additions to that word have
been of the democratic peiBiinl3n.
Tina's nothing but a pecuu'nr colncl-doiK-'1,
boys; nothing moie. Of course
Occasionally a rtitd;r of The Repub
lican takes ns personal some phrase or
paragraph that nppcara In the paper,
and feels hurt. Our sympathy Is oiy
large, but wo have none to waste on
such Hoiehrnds. Jf wc over think It
necessary 'to cotuVmin or criticise, we
will do It. in sih-h a manner as to leave
no doubt In nnjbod's mind ns to who
is meant. The man who Is looking for
lmrults will llnd them Im plenty, but
we have great lespect for tlie gall or
the man who inui
!..,. I .jril, ,l.
men ,II1I,C1L iU Ml i-
ways In the public eje.
The city uemocnuj have found f nte-
Ah t Mfes 'i
mz . b
S-'TgrsTfTjy?T mTvr wa
thing ngnlnst Joe Fiflcld nt last. It has In ery town nnd village in the civll
i... n.,...i .. m,. .,u..i. i ..f Ized world. Three doses will relieve
doubt that 'he an 1 tho Fh'-trlc t.'ght
company nnd Water Woiks -omp.niy
are as thick ns three bugs in a rug.
The ovUence s eir to bo atariiibtly
conclusive. He hn recently eorntuirr
od n huge gas tank for the ISIectr'c
Light company, and It is snld that a
ytnr or so ago he built u house for Mr.
Shcrmnn, tho owner of the 'wtter wot Us.
lour gooso Is cooked, Joe. bekor coixo
off the porch.
I One of tln rotiHirwtblo managers of
the Detroit stioet raiwn, by neglcet
Irg tj provide Tils cars with safety ap
lllanccs as r(i:liert by law, has made
himself liable to Imprisonment for 3039
years. His .lawyers, however, assure
h:m tha't even If such a sentence I im
posed It w II never be can led out.
! The Rcpublhiii n'crtaln.a th Jilghc
c-tccm for Majc-r G'm:, JI has made
Tmw $ mvj&ffm?L
UutMfl1 'iIPI-tWii ?zszezs' I
ass: ( Jyi k
ITJLkJU ,v fij fi
M$JK-43-lg PUHE K --, oft,
thy city's nn)3t progressive
well defined opinions on (very subject
pertaining to the city's welfare, and
Is not afraid, tj oxpresi them. And
that quality of courage always lejolces
tho heart of editor.
FlfleM and Gallagher have Just
bought SCO feet of Washington street
soil, ritleld Is the republican candidate
fr alderman from tho. First waid.
Would It be fcenslble to vote against u
iran w ho Invests his money In tho
city? Let's vote for municipal growth
and development. We've been cursed
tea long with civic parasites.
Spring Is here, nnd It's time to play
"ho"ky" and go Ilshlng. If you are 'too
poor; boys, to "uuy a lioolc and tacUe,
anil too good to run nwuy frum school,
ou can have JiMt as much real fun
catching suckers with a bent pin. t The
easiest thing In the world for a boy to
ciVkCh wdth a bent pin Is the school
The 'democratic nominee for alderman
In the Third ward Is frequently alluded
to ns "Five Per Cent Duulap." It's our
pilwtfe opinion that after May 7 M.-,
V. P. C. D. will look liko Mhlrty cents."
Equality Is n speculative chlmcia
which cannot exist In practice: at least
not until ambition's wings are clipped,
Ito.Te Is dead nnd abilities leveled.
.Mansions In the skies nie built on the
Installment pi in, and each good deed Is
a lirlcl; uel 1 In Its construction.
The 'bad boy fftldom gets his badness
from his father; the old man usually
hang? on to nil he has.
Don't try to play ducts on the piano
with your swcetheait yjur hands are
sure to get mixed.
If women are over cleclfd to congress
thcro will bo more than one speaker or
One good feature, of a ravings tiank
Is thnt no director can borrow money
Public ofllen often means an Increased
pilvnte tank account.
A GOOD THING.
German Syrup Is the sincial prescrip
tion of Dr. A. Boschee, a celebrated
German physician, and la acknowledged
to be one of the most, fortunate discov
eries in Medicine. It quickly cuns
Coughs, Colds and all Liing troubles
of the severest nature, removing, as It
does, the caupc of the affection nnd
leaving the parts In a strong and
healthy condition. It Is not an expeil
mental medicine, but has stood the
test of years, giving satisfaction i
eivij V.ISV, miiwn un i.iimu,.
. ..... r...r. ti.kl.l! It. Hinl.llU
which Its rapidly. Increas-
, , , rt ,' fM...r.
lug PUIe.PVtT PC.1SUU cuilllllll. i,vi,
million bottles sold annually. Bos
chec's Got man Syrup wns Introduced
In the United States In 1SCS, and Is now
i any urdlnary cough. Price 7.', cents.
. . . .. Tt Al.Mn.A Htntfnlln'a
i li v,Iftru 1 ll.l? JIIIItili,ti.. nuftciui
, Pharmac-v and T. F. Hudson.
BiriTBR ON THAN OFF ICE
I 'Why' Hhouldn't Bill
i He wants the pie?
, I'll tell ion why-
be livtyar, when
He has been on lc?
j For twenty year
nu J nave leum
If ho gets off Ice
IIo'Il pins away
And die some day i
And get back there again.
Who would bo the Ice m.in
If Bill was 'lected maytr?
No one srems to know '
And Bill Oun't seem to care.
That's the order
Of the day,
I .'Ill's wher..
1 1 L'r tlon dav?
ty a facer can
I most pratifv
""' cn-y makes it
inn in taste, but is proof that it 13 rich in
f Clan cf c!l Battled Ccsra."
is brcvcd from choicest imported Bohemian
hops. A family beer without r.n equal,
Prescribed by hundreds cf physicians. "
LOUIS MEI..CZER, - Phoenix
mnniis '"Snmn flraian Sitppcs." ffei nn
I l. M..o Amrnuj llrvwlu- Co., Itt. l.otlla. .tin.
. AND VIGOR
displayed In youth predliate a giecu
old age If proper care Is taken to keep
the blood free from Impurities. We
have several standard blood cleansers
which will put you In fine shape to
fight life's battles. You know the old
saw about an nttn'e of prevention -well,
here's the oun.e.
BRISLEY DRUG CO.
HOTEL ADAMS CORINUR.
Telephone 84gi, Wight Bell.
You who once possessed sturdy phys
iques mid steady nerves, but lloiv have
limifficicnt physical force to pioperly
nlteud to ordinary duties oti who
haven .scmcof 'all-gouciicss''nftertlie
slightest exertion; yen who are dull,
languid nnd old in culms nt an ngc
when on should lie full of pit !cal fue;
you who nny feel tjmt your life Is not
worth the snuggle there isuiscicntific
iteans of rcilciining all the precious
powers w men sccui to uc entirely iot.
Have cured thousands such ns you.
Ilon't experiment with your health or
meney. Wen 111 lake the risk. IfMt
luxes do not cure you, your money Is
returned, l'or jenrs we have bicn
eiriug men on these satisfactory terms.
Si 00 per t)OT, (! for $.",(10 mailed In
Iilaiu inckai;et Itook free. Address
'lac. Mi.uia.Ni: Co , Clcvclaml.ohio.
SALE BY ELVEY & HULEllT.
lpirr;titrcn ycu lVWni- Co i-
1 ami ruuitirv f Vuclipij
IfMnnf 'w i irtirffiif fii
VJLTUU")'" roitrot c ITltOQ
Ltlis A 1 irury en ttia level
TC'I Rllo CO Irllcs hut
Tcdal cily 33 Miles.
IWXI93 .tli slrll W)r,
n m i.y ml iy iilJjii ,L
Buys a Lot in
Irvine Addition !
Bnliinctf, Monthly Payments
This Offer Good l'or
I;ir.t-comcr Gets the Choice
R H. BREENE
III JIORTH FIRST AVKNTJfi.
.xtyi itr ' -.,.
1 just the Cut
Was the exclamation of ,i man the oth
er day whoso housekeeper had been
wise enough to get her roast beef at
Huiii'y's. No one attains perfection but
we ulni constantly at satisfying our
patrons for meats, and generally suc
ceed. "Where theie's a will there's a
way,' and our wa Is to suit you.
a Wen Washington St.
After a cry buccesbful season, In
which the capacity of th" buildings has
not bacn stifllclent to nceommoJute all
who have wished to come, the guests
are nu' leaving, so that after the 17th
Inst., (April), there will be plebty of
room. Come- for a few weeks' rest and
C. M. COLHOUW, rVJgp.
The Bcnte Company lius
the best equipped shop in
Difficult work a spciialfvnt a
reasonable scole of prices
J Agents for Monarch
and Imcrris Bicyci.ks.
The Bente Bicycle Co.
A'Jeins ilfeer,, Near Center.
n l i
Ily the conUimoiis Inhalation of Air medicated so ns to apply dlicrt to Ihe ill-cawl m.l
fines, mmcoUsvnliiilitii.d to dcf troy the gcrmaiind In licsl ihu iIhiiihchI tixtisn; the Hiiifl
m: I II III licaililillblur iifu s;A)iicpr fin, -su in ..uiinjriiiie nuu i'iiiiiviuk iiivvii inn twill 11 Hie 11
dliuct cause of tlio (llsi'iuc; the generiil upliuhilins "' t tic patient and tlio upccinl U c:oi.tneh
ami siriiiRiliviili(oi ino woamr inri y u tnorougn unu k:icmiII1C urni in piirUal cultn,
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nuvi fuiiiinuni j ;,i(itai.,iB. '! 'ii.t i,i,iiivi u.iuin li". ,ni, H(,vq ... u i',,,b llumilf, j.,
natural nii'l artlllcinl Tho rrrtiltsuttaliiid at thlsl-itiiituiriiiiii. with tlieefoiiitiiii(?,j motbw
wi n-juiuiuni. mv ct f mint)- injc. j.'m pwvativa iiivuiubiu -,uiiuiu'mi-, kk.- vuivtu, Or Vu
mticliiinitrovul. Wrlto for lltL'rntnrc
BALURD PULMONARY SAN'AIORIIM - "PASADENA, CAlJ
National Bank o! Arizona
CAPITAL PAID UP .100.000
SURPLUS ,- 23,000
EMIli 05ANZ, President,
SOL LEWIS, Vice-President.
H. OBERFELDKU, Cashier.
JOHN J. SWEENEY, Asst. Cashier.
IMrectom! Hn I (Unu, Pol Lewis, J. Y.I
Bmith Charles unlduiHii, H. Obetlclder, lib
ward I'ltc-Io Jn Thalheiracr
Tlie Bank of California. .San Francisco
Laldlaw & Co New York
National Pa nit of Commerce. .St. Louis
Nnt'l Rank of Commerce. .Kansas City
First National Uank Chicago
Colorado National Rank Denver
Farmers' & Merchants' Nati Panic
Consolidated Nafl Rani; Tucspn
Rank of Arizona Prescott
Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds & Sons...
THE UWL BAM
OF PHOZNIX ARIIONZ.
Paid Up Capital JlOft.DOO
WM. CHRISTY, President.
J. C. KIRKPATRICK.VIce-PresMent
W. D. FULWILER. Cashier.
LLOYD P. CHRISTY, Ass't C!ur.
Drafts Issued on all of the Important
cities of the United States and Europe.
Discount Commercial Paper and do a
General Ranking Puslnoss.
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
M. H. Sherman, Wm. Christy, P. J.
Bennltt, J. C. Klrkpatrlck, F. C.
Hatch, W. D. Fulwil-T,
Lloyd D. Christy.
American Kxchange National Dank,
Ne- Qork: American Exihange Na
tional Rank, Chicago; First National
Panic, Loa Angelas; Rank of Arizona,
Pre3cont, Ariz.; The Anglo-Callfornla
Rank. San Francleco, CaL
Capital paid In tlOO.OOO Ot-
Surplus and profits J 10.000.01'
FRANK M. MURPHY. President.
MORRIS C.OLDWATER. VIce-Pre.
HENRY KINSLEY, Cashier
C. O. ELLIS, Assistant Cauhler.
FRANK M. MURPHY
MORRIS GOLD WATER
R. N. FREDERICKS
JOHN C. HERNDON
E. P. GAGE
D. M. FERRY.
Accounti o Individuals, Anna and
eornoratlons loliclted on favorable
3G Nnssou St, New York
AO State 5 1., Boston, flass.
FISK & ROBINSON,
Dealers ifl Investment
Deposit Accounts of Ranks, Rankers,
Firms, and Individuals received, sub
ject to sight ill aft. Interest allowed
on balances. Correspondence Invited
from Corporations, Trustees arm other
conseivaUvc Investors. Orders on tan
New York Stock Kxchange executed
on commission for cat-li.
HAKVKY UOWABIi KI8K
BEOKGE II. ROKINM1N,
Wimrr No Vnrlr Htock KyphiDB
GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT
THE OLDEST IN TIIK CITY.
Enjoys tho best stsnitliig with trulcmen
Buys orcrythlng at spot cath priie and give
tho best 25c meal.
TllC!? HING & CO.
and 21 Washington St , cant of Jacntis &
Co. I'rlvato rooms for (amtlice. Tickets 11 .SO
Blnelo meals 2ArtinlK
1 lots on Fiist avenue near Van llurcn
10 acres under Maricopa canal; im
proved: alfalfa, well, house and barn,
ICO ncres, one mllo from Phoenix, In
alfalfa; water rights Maricopa and
Y. J. IW1RPIIY, Q'IWI Ulock,
IRON PIPE and
Valves, -Packing Shafting,
Pulleys, Etc., Machine Shop
Machinery, Supplies, Etc.
and Machine Works.
2Jto."1Xoiiiii Srco.sd Btitct.
A Delightful Surprise
for those whoso appetite Is coquetting
with them when they llnd that dainty
bprlng lamb chops or a tender steak
has been provided from our choice
stock of meats for their breakfast.
They are deliclously appetizing for the
fastidious palate. Our prime roast;,
steaks and chops are tender, Juicy and
of line quality.
Cold Air Storage Market
S. J. TEIBOLET - Ilt-116 W. Washington
Kelley, Taneyhil & Woodruff Co.
Manufai tur not Water, Oil and Miners
Prospecting Machinery oi all kind?, nllli
nliltli can bu nwJ htciiui, gakollnc, or liorte
ocr l'rlcei renkoiinblo. Oel our cataiocne,
i'acific Coart Agency, 208 So. Los Angelei
St., Los Anirelek, Cal.
Basis of Strength.
Bread 1 Good Bread I
Phoenix Bakery Bread
Contains everything necessary to sus
tain lire. It Is made of the finest high
grade Hour, by the most skillful bakers,
nnd In the most perfectly appointed
bake shops. Is pure, palatable anJ
wholesome. Itelng light, It can be eaten
and digested by Invalids.
Phoenix Bakery & Confectioner
EDWARD EISELE, Prop.
Katabllshi-d 1SS1. Telephone 1
7 West. Washington Street.
Prescott, - - Arizona.
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Furniture, Dry Goods, Crock
cry, Wall Paper, Carpets,
Boots and Shoes, Furnishing
Goods, Stationery, Groceries,
Miniog Supplies, Hardware
Paints and Oils, Hay and
Grain, Lime and Cement, Bug
gies and Wagons, Drugs, Etc.,
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