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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MOKNINGr, JULY 27, 1901..
C. A 8TAUFFCR, Agent
A CARLOAD OF VEHICLES
Hussies, Itond Wagons, Milk "Wagons, nunabouts, e!c, will soon
' reach us. .Walt and see the' latest before buying:.
Terape Hardware & Supply Company
"For men may come and men may go," but if they buy a
farm on the South Side the' want to sta'.
W. A. BOLTON,
TEMPE, ARIZONA. LAND DEALER.
r Mrs. Cristobal Barraza left Thursday
JilgWt to attend the bedside of her fcon,
IP. C Uarrazo, who Is quite III nit
lAjsusa, Cal. F. C. Itannzo U welt
Iknown In Tempe, where he has many
Jrlends. He -was employed by several
people In different capacities for a
number of years, working1 for W. J.
acingsbury and at the Ativood hotel for
pome time. He nlo worked In The
llreeze when that place wad manned
hy Brlgga Goodrich. His fatehr, Crlsto.
Ibal Barrazo, proprietor of the barber
Bhop near the 'Atwood, will leave for
'Aztrsa next Tuesday.
Caplt. R. O. Andre Is Jubilant over the
return of his keys, -.vhlch h.e lost some
time ng:ov They -were founU soon after
Hhey were lost by a Mexican boy, who
paw a notice in The Republican, nnd.
Instead of returning1 them, kept 'them
for a higher reward- Captain Andre
(waited a lonj? time for their return, but
finally purchased new locks, so tha't
come of the keys were useless when re
Xurnetf. Bill Nye fence net a h,en on croquet
fcalls to hatch out a croquet et, but
&ou can get a croquet set or anything
blso you want except a setback by ad
vertising In The Republican. Classified
Kvanlts one-half cent per word each In
sertion. Try one for quick returns.
Mr. and airs. A, L. Bolton drove over
o Phoenix yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Donnell, who have
Jieen residents of Illinois, were In Tem
ipe yestertJay looking over the country
with a view of locating. Their son li
la Veil known photographer, having
rhnrge of several large studloi. He Is
seriously thinking cf establishing n
jihotographlc studio at Ithl place. There
lis a good opening here for a first class
iYesterday It was so cold that a wheel
rn the street sprinkler froze up and
pqueaked most awfully. A gasoline
blast furnace was borrowed und the
avheel thawed outo sufficiently- to allow
It to bo taken off and greased. The
rwork of laying the dust then went mer
The GocAJ Templars will meet In An
Bre hall as usual next Saturday night.
IAH aro urged to attend, ns fc is the
regular night for the flection of officers.
There was an attendance a tlast meet
ing which surprised the most hopeful.
Ia Kspinosa has been held to answer
to the'grand Jury on a charge of grand
larceny. He was unable to furnish the
required bond, so was sent to Jail. Now
tTempe justice will probably lose Its
chance to mete out punishment to him
for stealing Jack Nichols bicycle.
The family of W. D. Consor, who
went to Texas some time ago with the
Intention of remaining there, returned
Ito Tempe yesterday. AV. D. Conser
went on to California, but will come to
We Have tHe Very Latest
In tip-To-Uate fodtwear and neckwear. We will be pleased to show our large
stock of dry goods. SDi: THE DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOWS.
BOSTON STORE - - - Tempe
J. Hyder & Brother, Proprietors. -
' Look For Our HltJn
Tom.linsort & Windes, Tempe Ariz.
Anheuser-Busch Beer en draught. AVHITB HELP ONLY.
HENRY FRIBCH, Tempo
We have the best of facilities for
shipping butter during hot weather, and
guarantee goods to reach destination In
good condition. Order Butter from our
cold storage. Be sure your butter haa
tho Diamond brand.
0. J. PETERS,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Wheat. Barley. Alfalfa, Grain Hay and
All Kinds of Cereals.
Special Price on Large Contracts. Correspondence Solicited.
for Tops and Rubbers for Mason's Fruit
Jars, also the Best Machine Made One
and Two Quart Fruit Cans, with Wax
Strings to seal them.
Wilbur-Mnllen Hardware Company
SIDE NEWS DIRECTORY
SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADMMStMENTS, CHANGES, C0UECWN8. f TO., PKOMPTl CAKFOOH.
v A i.
A. J. Hansen returned lrom Phoenix
Justice To-mllnson had1 business piled
up before him yesterday until, despite
the cool weather, he thought every
moment he would be sufocated.' Just
as he would gt'. nn opening to fresh
air another case would' come up and
block the opening. There were six mis.
demeanors . all pert'plnng Mexicans,
wltnesss-s and defendants, and one
probable felony. Who snys Tempe Is
P, K. Webb, editor of the Arizona
Mining Press, antf' Mr. Fowler were In
Tempe Thursday. They left for Gold
field In the evening.
The display windows of the Boston
Store were completed) and put In shape
ready for dressing Ir.st Thursday. Mr.
John Hyder, one ol the proprietors,
brought James Cain, the manager of
Gold water's establishment In Phoenix,
who s an expei't window dresser, over.
nn'J In the evening he drefted the win
dow in u way that reflect great credit
upon himself nnd ads'ertlses Hyder
Bios." stock ton good advanlnge. There
Is a flue line of the latest shoes and
neckwear on display,
Hnbci't Stapley and vfe of Mesa were
visitors In Tempe yesterday.
BO YOU ICNOW J hat Wm. Goodwin
Is sole agent In Tempe for the cele
brated Chcse H. Sanborn's Mocha-Java
Coffee, the finest and best In the woild.
Mr. Lewis 'Klder met with an acci
dent yesterday that for n ijmc those
present feared1 might terminate fatally
for him. Ho was doing carpenter work
on the new bulldinir being constructed
over the dynamo at the pumping plant
of A, J. Chandler south-of Me.a. Above
hlin on a pla'tfnrm lay a big -heavy two
Inch -chisel. The Jirrlng rhook It off.
and It fell point downward and struck
his hand at the baEe of the thumb,
severing an artery, ami tho blood, gush
ed forth in a torrent. Those present
quickly bound strong cords nroun'di the
arm and W. A. Kimball dove him to
che city as rapidly as possible, "where
Dr. Hawley dressed the wound and
stopped tho blood. Mr. Klder carries
his hp.nd In a alin-r this morning, but
the wound Is doing all right.
Sunday next Rev. M. A. .Meagher of
the M. B. church of Tempe will preacl'i
at the Jr. K. church of .Met-a at 11 a.
m. and hold communion service. There
will be Sunday school at 10 a. m. as
'Rev. Edwin G. Decker of the M. 13.
church will preaeh the sermon at the
union meeting at the band stand Sun
day night next, on the trxt: "'Never
man spake like this man": John, 7-46.
Everybody is invlti.'d to bj present.
Mr. 'Luther Spalnhowr and his
mother and 'Miss Jennie I.eBaion of
Latid Office 1
lave a full sec
tion of Fine Al-
at a Bargain.
In Tempe. don't miss getting a first-class meat at
Henry's Dining Room. Omy tl.c !est the market
ian afford onto the 'BEST at Henry's Sample
f. T. PpHOtOt, Aqtnt.
T 1 VS. 1 '
Mesa went out with the excursion to
itrle caadtryesterday.v i
A meeting of the executive committee
of the county W. C. T. Uwns held In
Mesa at the M. B. churcn yesterday.
July 24th. The principal work Idone- by
this committee wa to appoint county
superintendents ta plan work for the
coming year. The following counter su
perintendents we-re .appointed to the
respective work, viz.: Mtr. W..B. Tel
ford of Mesa, -medal content; Jrrs. M.
A. TVxmlliison of Tempe, flower mission;
.Mrs. Jennie Montgomery of Mesa, fcI
cntlfle temperance instruction: Mrs. W.
A. Cowell of Tempe, minor nnd rall
load men's derailment: Mrs. S. D,
Wilbur of Mesa. evangelhJ.lc: Mrs.
Marv Philips of Phoenix, purity and
mothers' meetings; 'Mrs. Anna Batten
of Phoenix, prison and Jail; Mrs. IK. M.,
Broadbooks of Phoenix, rescue; Mrs.
B, N. McArthur of Mesa, press.
AS AESOP MIGHT HAVE TOLD IT.
Story From 'Alaska of a Clever Trick
Ploiyed by Twb Ravens on a Pup,
A Jersevman writing home from
southern Alaska t'llf. the following
"I happened to oe w-;th my own eyes
the other day a clever trick played by
a pair of ravens, whloih carried me back
to old A'esop and his fables, for hefe as
I guzedl war. one of the, venerable talcs
acted out in real life.
"A silly little rup was playing nbou't
when he ca'm-e upon a nice, tasty bqne.
I was iwatehlng him worry the bone
and was enjoying the plensure he seem
ed to get out of it, when down dropped
two ravens.- They wanted that bonej
it stuck out all over them their desire,
and their eyes shone with the lus(. of
"They fluttered abut for some time,
but Jo, the pup. paid no intention. Hp
wouldn't be fooled, and I could scarcely
keep from laughing to se? how mliolt
the ravens were and' how stubborn tho
"Finally one ravoir sneaked behind
Jo and scuttled nule;!y up until he wuh
perhaps two fet ft am the pup's tall.
The other raven remained In front, liut
tcring here nnd there. Jinrt enough to
keeps '.ho dog's attention on him. When
the raven In the rear had gained a pro.
per position, thar is, had crpt close
enough-. the wily old bird In front began
to Jump up and' 'down. I was bewilder
ed at first. I couldn't muke out what
the birds were up to for the longest;
while, and when tho Junipln prorws
be-ston I was mo-re mystcfled than ever,
unll the dog, distracted by the Jump
ing process, shopped worrying- thebpjie
and looked up. Then I realized with an
awesome feeling that those rovr-ns were
up to something' pretty close to human.
I confess It sca me a bit: It made the
birds seem diabolical, r.rtd I found
snatches of Poe's verses on the Immor
tnl birds of this feather running
through my head.
"Gradually the Jumping, bird drew
nearer and nearer to Jo. Alas! for the
pup's Innocence! I held my breath ns
the sable charmer jumped closer and
closer 'io Jo's smutty nose. Suddenly
Jo's Jaws clicked. Almost at the same
Instant there was a fluttering, n plunge
from the rear, and the bird behind, the
pup had Mie bone.
"U was done so (iilckly that -my eyes
could scarcely follow It. When the rn
ven Irt front got too near Jo raised his
head and snapped at th" bird. He
missed the raven, nnd, forgetting 'the
bone and everything else, made a
plunge for the bird. Then the raven In
the rear got In his woik.
"Of course the moment the rear -maneuver
had succeeded tit" light rnvalry
'.hat had been demonstrating In front
Hew- off. The noises those bird made
were wierd. As the bird, In the rear
gniuoed' the toone- he let oik a hoarse
yell, precisely like laughter. Jeering.
taunting laughter. I could hear- them
as they (lew urtros3 tho bay from Ket
chikan, laughing and laughing us they
"Poor Jo! It took him an Instant to
realize what, had happened. andwhen
he did you" neer- saw- u pup look more
sneepisn. it wan n mean trick, but a
pare Joke on Jo, JusT the same.','
THE NEW WAR FEVER.
A new species of war fever. has taken
hold of Eng'and. Twelve months ago
military enthusiasm was rampant, and
every able-bodied young man who did
not offer himself for active service was
tather looked at askance. That par
ticular form of ardor has cooled off
considerably, und patriotism now takes
the form of fierce attacks on the small
"stcp-the-war" party. Whenever a
meeting Is announced at which the
Boer cause Is to be explained .organ
ized bands of toughs turn up nnd shout
tha speakers down. Miss Hobhouse,
the lady Journalist who went to South
Africa to study the condition of the
women and chldlien detained In the
concentration camps. Is simply unable
to obtain n hearing In any public hall.
She hns tried ten of the lending cities,
and In every one the po'lce have Inter
fered nnd stopped the meetings. It Is
n dlsgiaceful thing, becnuse Miss Hob.
house denies all pnrties nnd simply
Buy a Dayton
And get the best, Light running,
and always In repair. We sell the
Columblil and Crescent, and have
some cheaper wheel In f.tock.
Call and see them, and buy Vim
' Cactus Tires, guaranteed for one
F. T. P.0MER0Y & CO.
VacceMor to Pomeroy 4 Met.
oops ntriximira. mesa.
Phoenix, Tempe & Mesa Stage,
Leaves Phoenix 8.30a. m.
Return' on your own time.
rlDhen 264, Ottos.
' J L, W.'COUJNS, Prop.
states facts In. her experience. In.the
mean time the "pro-Boers," as thy
are called, are very active, but are not
mnklng much headway. So long os It
1 as much aH a man's life Is worth In
England to breathe a word In favor of
the Boeis, the patty Isnnt likely to
THIK SPOILS SYSTEM.
The report of the Investigating com
mittee of the National Civil Service Re
form league on the operation of the
spoils system In the house of represen
tatives In Washington, present In a
compact, coherent and Impressive man
ner the fact set forth In the testimony
taken by the Moody committee during
the closing days of congress. It show
how representatives regard' the offices
wlthini their gift a spoils to be used" In
any way they see fit, how the occu
pants of 'those offices lack appreciation
of their duties to the public, and how .1
system of blackmail has grown Up as
dlforcd'i aKe as any practiced by peo-
lle with no claims to honesty and de
cency. Rochester Past-Express.
When a man jvr to (a stranfje town
iio -marry a ilch, pretty girl, he may ex
pect to'bs severely criticised
The man who monkeys with the bus
iness end of a bee Is likely to hear f.ome
Competition of electric tramways Is
allii'J'ed to In- many of the half yearly
reports pf English! rulhvttyj as effecting
short distance pasi-cnger movement.
Some Cf hese high school musical ef.
forts remind us of a two-finger artist
trying td nlo a Wagner overture
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
Terpitpry of Arizona, office of Territo
rial Treasurer, Phoenix, Arizona:
I, Thomas W. Pemberton, treasurer
of the Territory of Arizona, hereby cer
ilf that Th2 United States Fidelity
nnd Guaranty Company, of Baltimore,
Md. having compiled with all the pro
visions of the lawp jf the Territory of
Arizona relating to Insurance corpora
tions, Is entitled and empowered to do
business In the Territory of Arizona,
for the year ending March thlrty-flist,
In testimony whereof, J have hereun
to set my hand and affixed my seal,
this 25th day of July. 1901.
THOS. W. PEMBERTON',
A'UTICLIK OF INCORPORATION
THE HUB OIL COMPANY.
The undersigned', W. B. Hayford, M.
G. Ithodes. T. R. Weaver, J. T. McGeo
ghegan and M. T. Hubbard, 'hereby as
sociate themselves together and adopt
the following articles of Incorporation,
for the purpose of forming a corpora
tion under the laws of the territory of
Article 1. The name of hls corpora
tion shall be. The Hub Oil Company;
principal place of business shall be
Phoenix. Maricopa, county, Arizona,
but the corporation proposes to carry
on business alsa In the state of Califor
nia, -with an ofllce In Fan Jose, Califor
nia. Article 2. The general nature of the
business to he done bv .-ill romnratlon
I shall be locating placer and lode claims-
and mlllsltes under the lawn of the
United' States, artJ buying, leading, sell
ing, conveying, demising, letting, bar-
terlng for, exchanglrg for !and, tene
ments, hereditaments: exploring for oil,
digging, drilling andi boring shafts, tun
nels, drifts and wells, mining for oils
and minerals, -pumping nnd operating
oil wells, and other wells, buying and
leasing and selling toolr nnd other
enulpmcrit used In mining and operat
ing oil wells and' other wells; al.4o build
ing any pipe line from any premises
ov;ned by raid corporation to any other
place; also buying and selling all kinds
of oil, and carrying the same from
place to place.
Article 3. The amount or the capital
stock authorized to be Issued Is five
hundred thousand shares of the par
value of one dollar each, and when so
Issued shall be forever non-assessable.
Artlple 4. The time of the comence
ment. of this corporation shall be the
date these articles are filed with
the county recorder of the county
of Maricopa, and the first dlrec
tors', meeting shall be within ten day's
thereafter. This corporation "shall exist
for twenty-five years from eommence-men'r.
lyon's French Periodical Drops
. ' Strictly vegetable, perfectly harmlcbs, sure to accomplish
"cmw ncauuis. urcatest known icmale remedy.
CillTIOM Bowaro ofcoanlcrfclts and Imitations. Tho wrmfnoliput up only In piste-board Car-
wnwiiwn urn nlth fac-klmllo tlgnatnro on Bldo of tho bottlo. thus: Ju ,!3L1-1
Bend for Circular to WILLIAMS MKG, CO.. Bolo Arobu. Clovcland.Ohlo. 255223
FOR SALE BY BEN L. BJ3AH,
WH S&H V v m Wt M
bl VlullSr, the prcncrlp-Jdn of a Nmoni Trt crh plirslcinn, will qnlcLly curs you of si.
nervouor dLw.s ot the jrrncroilvo orEnni, eucfi ns i.o Mnahovd, Inmmiilr,
'. I" lb Back, Semliial Emlulou, Nvrvona Ueblllt?, IMmples
?ViII,ai1 '(""e'tydttsroriilKriu l'rrnu qntck-ncMuf dlacliaw,u-nlrlilluotchecl;4
leada u eprnftatorrhan and all tbo horrors ot impotrncr. CBHIlEN15cloantht
Kw (rV mii!2uli,..r eyi Md " T
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nnBMSi;J'eJi, 5re "ot cured by DcctorstoWti3 00 porcenti troubled with Proclaims.
KjT.'SX'JR. Mi'' "wo"' remedy. U cure without n operation. CM) testimonial. A 'written
AddroaUAVeb JfKDlllK t;u..X' rj bv 2076. Ban Francisco. CL
For talk by Ben L. Bean Keystone Pharmacy.
STANDARD IRON WORKS
.' .. .ANUFACTURBRS OP
Mining. Milling and Machinery Castings
STRUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL CONTRACTORS.
Second Hand Machinery Bought and
This is Bath Tub Weather ...
And you thould be reminded of our stock of Bath Tubs
and Bath Room Fixtures, If you want the best and want
It properly Installed, Scoville Is tho man to see. We are
Scientific Plumbers and Steam Filters, and no Job is too
large ,or too small for our best attention Ask us for an
'estimate on your next Job, and in the meantime remem
ber the Bath Tubs.
e .The Scoville Plumbing Co.
1 JJ4Wst Adams
' I'Artlde 5. The affairs of 'this corpora
tion shall be conducted by a "board of
directors composed of five" stockhplders,
to bec'ected onthe 31st day of Decem
ber," 1901 W. B. Hayfordv M. G. Rhodes,
T. R. Weaver, J. T. McGeoghegan and
&r. V. Hubbard fhall lie directors of said
corporation; nnd of said directors, a
preslder.lt, a vice-president, secretary
and treasurer shall be elected at their
first mee-tlng, to serve "untjl the election
of their puccesor.
Article C. The highest apiount of In.
debledness to which this corporation
shall subject Itself shall be flPry thous
Article 7. The private property of the
stockholders of this corporation shall
ba, exempt from liability for the corpor
Airtlcle 8. These articles of Incorpora
tion may be amen'dsd by a two-thlrdB
vote of the stockholders of this corpor
ation at any regular meeting of the
stockholders, or any special meeting
called for that purpose ,and .the amend
ments shall be filed with the county re
corder of Maricopa county, Arizona, ai
required by law.
Article !. That the directors o'f this
eorporaflon may adopt tV-laws for thla
corporation at their (list meeting. 'Ue
annunl clesflnn of directors and stock
holders' meetings thall be held on the
31st day of December of each year.
In witness whereof we have hereunto
set our hands and seals this 22nd day of
April, 1901, In duplicate.
W. B. HAYFORD.
M. G. RHODES.
T. R. WEAVER.
JNO. T. McGEOGHEGAN.
M. T. HUBBARD.
Slate of California, county of Santa
On thin 25th day of June In the year
A. D. 1901, before me. F. 'M. Temple, a
notary public In and for the said coun
ty nr Santa Clara, Ftate of California,
residing therein, duly commissioned
and sworn, personally appeared W. B.
Hayford, M. G. Rhodes, T. R. Weaver,
Jno. T. McGeoghegan and M. T. Hub
bard1, known to me to be the persons
whose names are subscribed to the
within Instrument, and they acknowl
edged that they executed the same.
In witness whereo', I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official sea!
at my olllce In the county of Santa Cla
ra, state of California, the day und year
In this certificate fiist above written.
(Seal) F. M. TEMPLE,
Notary Public In and for Santa Cla
ra county, state of California.
10c I. R. stamp cancelled.
Territory of Arizona,
Cmintj of Maricopa:
I, B. F. McFall, county recorder In
nnd for the county snd territory afore
said, do hereby certify that the within
Instrument was filed for record at 2:10
o'clock p. m. on this 10th' day of July,
1901, and duly recorded In book "So. Tof
nrtlc'-es or Incorporatlpn, records of
Maricopa county, Arizona, at pages 24)
to 213 Inclusive.
Witness my hnnd and official seal the
dav ani year above written.
(Seal) E. F. McFALL.
By A. S. Arthur, Deputy.
Recorder's OfTlce. Phoenix, Maricopa
Filed and recorded at reque-st of I. T.
Stoddnrd, July 10, 1901, at 2:10 p. m ,
book 7, articles of Incorporation, pages'
240 to 213 Inclusive.
(Seal) B. F. McBttLT
By A. S. Arthur, B-epuly,
10c I. R. stamp, cancelled
Filed 1n the office of th secretary of
tl'e territory of Arlz.-jai. this I8M1 day
C July A I). 1601. at f' n m.
ISAAC T. f-TODDARB,
Secrjtar." o fArlzj ii.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.'
(Homestead Entry 2612.)
Department of the Interior. Land Ofllce
at Tucson, Arizona. July 9, 1901.
Notice is hereby given tai the following-named
settler has filed notice of
his Intention to make final proof In sup.
port of his claim, and that sjild proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
District Court nt Phoenix, Arizona, on
Wednejday, Aug. 14, 1901, viz: Cleo
tllde Zunlga of Phoenix, Arizona, for
Lot 4 and S. E. of S. W. U and S.
lh S. E. Vi Sec. 30, T. 1 N., n. 2 E., G.
& S. R. B. & M.
He names the follow-In, witnesses to
prove his continuous- residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Joseph
Lambeye, Pedro Perez, Jean Ortelg,
Domlnkjue Claberot, all or Phoenix,
MILTON R. MOORE. Register.
First publication July Jr, 1901.
UP - TO - DATE DRUGGIST.
BmvJI H bj l lh This .. V.ki.
tKn ot U lm utltlos. CUl'IDKMU tutnif ttwit
Foctofflce Box 41
ft a- ' -
as a feather,
Is It .wholesome, nourishing,
It will be all of these and more,
too. If you get It from the
Phoenix' Bakery nd
Est. 1881. Ed. Elsele, Prop. Phone 891
7 W. Washington St.
Wholesale and Retail Sealers In
Prescotf, - - Arizona.
We carry full Hues of every
thing. We have a big store.
We do a big busjuess but cau
When In Prescott It will please us to
have you call and get acquainted.
4 lota on First avenue n.ear Van Buren
40 acres under Maricopa canal; Im
proved; alfalfa, well, house and barn,
180 acres, one mile from Phoenix. In
alfalfa; water rights Maricopa and
W. J. MURPHY. O'Neill Block,
The Bowlln Alley Is Oool. The
Beer4a from Oold Storage and l
A Delightful Surprise
for those whose appetite is coquetting
;w!thl them; when tliey find that dainty
spring lamb chops or a tender steak
has been provided from our choice
stock of meats for their breakfast.
They are dellclou-dy appetizing for tha
fastidious palate. Our prime roasts,
steaks and chops are tender, Juicy and
of fine quality.
Cold Air Stiraee Market
S. J. TIUDOLET,
114 W. Washington St. Phoenir. Ariz.
y TZSZ.'nw K2p
T. W. CHAMBERLAIN LUMBER CO.
Lumber, Lime, Cement, Doors and Sash, Mouldings,
Building Materials, Boxes, Etc.
Offloe and Yard Oomor Second ATenna and Jaokson Struct.
Tl-iliJ VAXiJJWY JiUJa.JBJH;R CO.
Jobbers and Dealers in Redwood, Oregon Pine and Arizona Laaaber,
Doora, aaah, Blinds and Mouldings, Cement and Lime.
Corner Center and Madison streets. Telephone Ml.
P. CORPSTEIN, Manager,
i We carry the largest line of
Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Implements
and Mining Supplies, Studebaker Wagons
and rarrfarjnc 'm
which we sell at bed-rocl prjees.. We also made another reduction on oui
closing out sale of elbthlrig', shoes furnishing goods and hats.
GOLDMAN & CO..
The Kelly-Taneyhill Company
Msnufwtureri of Water, Oil and Minora
Prospecting machinery ot all fclntti, with
which ran be used, ktu-sm, gttollne, or horse
power. Price reasonable. Get our caulofue.
Oome to the Hot Springs.
Special Railroad and Hotel Bates Are
Now Being eiven,
The following rate will be given for
round trip ticket and one week's board
at the Castle Creek Hot Springs:
F)rom Phoenix to Hot Springs and
From Preccott to Hot Springs
and return 23.00
From Jerome to Hot Sprtngs and
These rates Include, without extra
charge, private bath rooms and access
to the open nlr hot pool. Free ten pins,
shuttle board, pool and billiards.
H. P. ANEWALT,
Gen. Pass. Ag't S. F. P. and P. Kjr.
O. M. COUHOUN, Mir.
F. W. THODE, Prop.
We Serve the
In the city with their meats. It is of
fine flavor, cholce'quallty, and from the
best stock raised. We cut and trim It
so that It eats Juicy and tender, and
looks neat and tempting.
P. T. Hurley.
I West "Washington BU 'Phone 131
IRON PIPE and
- Valves, Packing Shafting,
Pulleys, Etc, Machine Shop
Machinery, Supplies, Etc.
and Machine Works.
85 to S3 North Sxcond Btsist.
Established in 1874.