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TAB AIXIZOHA EErUl3L,10A: THUESDAl MOBMKU. DECEMBER 7, 899. Good Wheels at Low Prices ! ! We have a few OHIO and FAMOUS Bicycles, which must be sold to make room fori 9 OO stock. .. These are the test medium-price wheels on the market. They are listed at $35.00, To clear them up will take $25.00 THE BICYCLE STORE Tempe and Mesa. I SOUTH SIDE. I TEMPE. Attorney E. M. Weseott of Fho? nix was in Tempe yesterday on official business. The foot ball team went over to Phoenix in a body yesterday to see the game betdeen Tucson and the Indians. The score was 12 to 0 for the Indians. Quite a crowd went over to the Elks'" minstrels at the Patton Grand last night. There will bo no excursion to Phoenix tonight. Tomorrow evening, however, the culmination of the week's carnival, the mask ball, there will be an excursion from Mesa and Tempe. Henry Frisch is serving meals, short orders and oysters at his oyster par lors. , The finishing work on the hotel is progressing rapidly. The furnishings from the east are expected in a few' days. G. B. Cummings has added a new drink to his soda fountain. It is called Cal-Ko-Ko and is highly recom mended for headache and nervousness! He has the exclusive agency. James Hanna came in last night from Young, Ariz. Mrs. M. L,. Spear has just received a letter from her son Lewis, who is one of Tempe's brave soldier boys in the Philippines. The letter is very inter esting, being a description of the coun try, its climate and its people. It also contains sketches of a soldier's life in camp and on the march. At the time of writing he was enjoying splendid health and was evidently having a pretty good time. The great Griffith company will ex hibit in the Kingsbury hall one night only, on Monday evening, December 11, presenting hypnotism to date. The large stone on exhibition in front of the postoffice will be broken on the stom ach of a subject at the Kingsbury hall Monday evening, with a number of other wonderful feats. Seats on sale at T. R. Jones' jewelry store. Reserved seats, $1; general admission, 75 and 50 cents. Don't fail to see the Elks' Minstrels. They may go on the road. They won't come back if they do, for they can't walk. TELL TOUR SISTER A beautiful complexion is an impossi bility without good pure blood, the sort that only exists in connection with good digestion, a healthy liver end bowels. Karl's Clover Root Tea ct directly on the bowels, liver and kidneys, keeping them in perfect health. Price 25 cents and 50 cents. Dr. G. H. Keefer, Druggist. NEWS OF SCOTTSDALE. Scottsdale, Ariz., Dec. 4. ( Special Correspondence of The Republicans Thanksgiving in Scottsdale was cele brated with a neighborhood picnic at the Hole-in-the-Rock. The day was perfect and the crowd just large enough to be accommodated easily at the long table spread for the west ern shelving entrance to the Hole. The ladies had provided amply for the guests and all agreed it was a delicious spread. A few hours were spent in vis iting and exploring the locality and feasting the eyes upon the charming view obtained from the summit of the butte. Before disbanding for home the company was called to order and Rev. Judson Elliott was asked to take the chair. A discussion followed upon the defacement of this charming piece of nature by the advertisement of busi ness, which resulted in the unanimous adoption of the following resolution: "Resolved, That the community of Scottsdale. in picnic assembled on Thanksgiving day, lSW, do protest against the defacement of the beautiful work of nature known as the 'Hole-in-the-Roek," by the painting upon the rocks advertisements of business men, and that Professor Breeze of the union high school be requested to investigate what chemicals can be successfully used in removing the existing adver tisements, and that Professor George Blount act as committeeman to bring about an enactment by the legislature protecting natural objects of interest in the territory from vandalism and de facement." The Scottsdale school is closed this week in view of carnival attractions in Phoenix. Miss Bessie Shark'-y spends the vacation at her home in Phoenix. Professor Breeze of the union high school spent Thanksgiving In the home of the Blounts. and with them en- A BIG SUPPLY J Of genuine MISSOURI HICKORY f 4 NUTS and Cider to go with them i f at CUMMINGS', f U Tempe. 4 P0MER0Y BROS. REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE FOR SALE. Erick House four rooms finely FINISHED and lot In desir able location. Mesa City. 'Terms easy. Desirable city lots and country prop erty In tracts from S to 160 acres. rtCSA, ARIZOMA. WISE W,TTY WOMEN ' WANT ' PHOENIX" WHEELS C. P. BORROWDALE, Agent TEMPE. ARIZONA joyed the picnic at the Molt -ln-the-Rock. J. M. Crelghton and family joined the Scottsdale picnickers on Thanksgiving day, as also did E. A. Spalding and family of Mesa, and C. D. Dorris and family of Phoenix. Rev. Judson Elliott has been an in valid for a short time, occasioned by an attack of pleurisy. He was so far re covered on Sunday so as to be able to preach in the Tempe Baptist church. ilev. J. fc. Gray preached one of his helpful sermons on last Sundav at the school house. Several children have died on the reservation from whooping cough and the disease is still prevalent. The best people on earth. That's the Elks. See the minstrels tonight. o A PREMATURE COMPLIMENT. Why One Woman Wishes She Hadn't Told a Fib in Letter to a Fiknd. "By the way," one woman wrote to another. "I've just finished rajin? a short story of yours in the current ! number of Hoodlums. What a clever story it is. I can't half tell you li'.e pleasure I had in reading it. I recog nized the idea at once, if 1 mistake net, as one you mentioned to me long a.?s, but in the story you have developed it charmingly, I think." The letter thi n pur.sed on to other topics, and having finished and posted it the woman w.?iit down town to see for herself about ill? silk bargains so alluringly describe! in the morning paper. In the depart ment store her eyes fell upon the mag azine counter, and a bright idea stru: k her. Why not buy the current issue of Hoodlums and read for hersslf the short story which she had. in her letter to the author, so feelingly described her enjoyment in, but which, alas! if the truth be told, she had not S3 much as seen, her sole knowledge of it being derived from a magazine review in the same paper that set forth the allure ments of the silk bargains. Not that the woman is habitually untruthful fir from it, but the review had been explicit and she had read it carefully, and the temptation to allude to the matter when writing to the othtr wo man had been irresistiMs. The only trouble was that the allusion should have been general rather than detail- ! eI. Any premonitions the woman may j have had as to this were confirmed upon learning at the book counter that jwhat she was looking fur was not therein. Visions of George Washing- ton with his little hatchet and hi3 ; cherry tree danced through her head, and she realized the vlue of truth in imminent ri3k of being caught In a fib. There was one straw of hope for her, however, and the woman caught at it. How could the paper have reviewed the magazine unless it were out? Sure ly it was to be found at some other shop. Rut the woman went to three ether shojjs before she was assured that the November issue was not yet on public sale. Moreover, they told her that the reason for the review was be cause all advance numbers of periodi cals are sent to editorial offices ahead of time. At this the woman had a ray of hope; she might, perhaps, besiege some editorial office and beg, borrow or steal the much wanted copy cf Hoodlums. As yet, however, her cour age has not been equal to this and she waits in terror for the woman to make some sign of having discovered the fib. New York Sun. Owing to the large number who were unable to obtain seats last evening the Elks' Carnival Minstrels will be given again this evening. Seat sale at the Phoenix Drug company's at 9 a. m. A FATAL OBSTACLE. "No, mamma, I cannot marry him. My dream is over " Unshed tears stood in Glycerine Mc Curdy's eyes. Sne was not quite ready to shed them yet. or they would have been shed. But let that pass. "Why do you say that, my daugh ter?" asked the elderly woman, on whose sweet face, crowned with a wealth of silver hair, was a look of anxious concern. "Has he failed in business?" "No. mamma." "Have you discovered that he keeps low associates?" "Oh, no. It is not that." "Has he formed drinking habits?" "No." "Is he penurious?" "Never." "Has he deceived you in regard to his expectations?" "Not to my knowledge." "Is he not handsome?" "He is." "Is he not well bred, courteous, at tentive and " "Oh, yes, mamma, he is all that. It is nothing pertaining to his reputation, his habits or his treatment of me." "Then what, under heaven, my child, is the insurmountable barrier that has risen between you?" "Mamma," wailed the daughter, with tears in iter voice how they got there nobody knows, but let that pass also "mamma, the stripes on his cuffs run the wrong way!" Chicago Tribune. HER ECONOMY. Mr. Quinn Lucy, why in all creation do you persist in sending for that nltimbcr if he charges more than the rest? Mrs. Quinn Because, Archibald, he alvvavs leaven cnousrh scran riv.c to tack over the rat holes in the kitchen Chicago News. I POPULAR Advertisements under this head one-hall cent a word each Insertion. No advertisement taken lor lest than twenty-five cent. WANTED Woman for sick room: no night work. Apply John Q. White, 33 North First avenue. WANTED Twenty horses to winter; good pasture, with hay rations. In quire luT South Second Street. LADIES The Los Angeles Purchasing agency solicits your patronage. We can save you money. Excellent taste and care given to the filling of all or ders. When sending for millinery or dress goods please give complexion, size and height. Eight years' experi ence. Los Angeles Purchasing Agency, 517 South Broadway, Los An geles, California. MRS. M. A. .SIEGRIST has reopened her business as a phrenologist and palmist reader, at room 7 Steinegger building, South First avenue. WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Only 'two months required to com plete. Will pay $15 weekly when com petent. Have 500 positions open Jan uary 15. Come now and prepare for these places. No expense to learn if you will work for us. Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber College, Sr.n Francisco, Cal WANTED An A No. 1 man in Arizona to take full charge as stale deputy for the best up-to-date fraternal in surance order. A good contract will be given to the right man. Address with reference. Knights and Ladies of Glenv.ood, 411 Journal Building, Chicago, 111. PERSONAL Miss Hattie Berry, scien tific palmist, will give fifteen minute readings at her rooms, for 25 cents. 145 South Second street, corner Mad ison. WANTED Piano pupils, or position as pianist in orchestra. Address G. V. FOR RENT Rooms, single or suite. 5"! North Third avenue. FOR SALE A good second-hand wheel for $10. Apply at Music Store, 12 Center Street. AN experienced nurse desires engage ments, city or country; reference given. Address Nurse, 29 East Jack son Street. CARNIVAL views; cowboys, Indians and Chinese; floats and parade. An drews & Son, SO North First avenue. WANTED Women to iron, at the National Steam Laundry, corner Jef ferson and Second avenue. BOARD and lodging on North Center street. Address P. O. Box G6. WANTED Man or woman to travel; good salary and expenses; rapid pro motion; position permanent. Room IS, Sixth Avenue hotel. FOR SALE A bargain: Two lots in Highland addition, one block from. street car. Will sell cheap if sold by the 15th. Apply to Weirick & Latham, 32 North First street. WANTED To buy a ticket from Phoe nix to El Paso, Texas. W. Barber. 124 West Washington. WANTED Good all round upholster er: steady job. Call at Gregory house. Room IS. G. F. Ginsler. WANTED Bids on brick and plaster work. It. G. Andre, Tempe. LOST A gold bangle, two and a half dollar piece engraved "A. M. C" and receive reward. FOR RENT Three or four nice rooms . : ,T, . . . for housekeeping. Call 500 North WANTED A position as bookkeeper ., . , , -r n , Third avenue. or clerk. Address C. B. M., Box fc3u. ' T7 ... . , FOR SALE Barber shop, good busi- LOST-A black silk cape with heavy nessand fine u2 E silk cord tnmm.n Finder will Washington. Frank Benenato. please leave at this office and receive reward. for RENT Large comfortably fur- FOR SALE-Blickensderfer typewrit- nished front room- XTh Fi ers Nos. 5 and 7. at 23 West Adams avenue. street. WARWICK SCOTT. COMFORTABLE furnished house for WANTED A roll top or fiat office rent. 324 East Washington Street. desk, second-hand, at once. Address X. Y. Z., Republican office. GIRL WANTED For general house- . work. In the suburbs near the car FOR SALE Mules; span light drivers iine. Address C, Republican office. for sale cheap; can be seen at Third and Madison streets. Fowler's. WANTED Carriers; must be fifteen years old and have horse or wheel. WANTED-At once, a delivery horse. pay gQod wa&es. Ar,p,v Republican Must be young and safe. Dorris office between 4 and 5 0-clock. Bros. WANTED Woman and girl to cook FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; tran- and do general housework for family letnts accommodated. Adams street. V ., . , v. between Center and First streets. of five, four miles out. Must be com- . . , . . The Anderson house. petent. Address Suburban, this of- nce- WANTED Twenty acres unimproved PLEASANT rooms during the carnival under Orand canal, and twenty acres at the Portland; no invalids. 523 wtth house, under Grand or Maricopa, Central avenue, five blocks north cf as soon aa Possible. W. J. Murphy. Washington street. First avenue and Adams street . MRS. CURRY, clairvoyant and life FOR SALE The Hotel Oasis at reader. Obcession removed, tobacco, GJendale, Ariz. Price cheap. Terms morphine, opium habits cured. All to suit buyer. Address Owner, Box diseases successfully treated. Room 21. Glendale. 15 Cotton block. : FOR SALE Eighty acres of land five WANTED Woman or girl for gen- miles from Phoenix, a snap for cash, eral housework: no cooking; good Call at office and be surprised at the wages and good place. Mrs. E. S. low price. W. J. Murphy, First av- Gill 154S East Washington Street. enue and Adams street. GOOD table board, 230 Second avenue, FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms, north, two blocks from postoffice. at the Alamo, 27 East Monroe. MRS. LAWSOX. clairvoyant, life WANTED A woman to take care of reader. Gives advice on all business baby and help about house. Apply and health. No. 30 North Second this morning, 343 East Monroe, side avenue. J gate. i.t? 55 h 13 (5. t!j ot n fimous FrcncU Iliysi-itn.wiil quickly cure von ol all c, r- ht ' s) " IT. t.;"! or. (is.a03 o'.tai; feantive orjmn, s;.t-li rs lostMinhwl, r ! VJ Ir-s-T'::! 1'air.s.n Ue. Sack.-Seminal mias!.n. Knr UobUttv, Vl'A'S, i W?8 ia?r5s, Icm-icsa to JJarry, Jlxiuukuu:; Drains. VaHcowl ai:d iinraj. P.rprirjs- r r r ' t.1M!Toji lmnotonoj- l"SirE.KnIcaa3es uie lifer, lue w fl'IJ r ' kii:iey-B:id LiienririUryonraiiro oil iibpuridsa, 11 rT: r: rrr!"thrnpsn2 rpr tores p-narl went orzan. 1 r.o r-a.so!i F'ji:,'rors ara lvjt mnrl bv ITO:rtI t (Ti'I CiilXE is the only fcnewn rpmtiy to onro wlUiout mi on,intion. 50(i0ttfmoni als. A wrlU'-n rn:iram'f iron zr.i mnnry returned if fi;x bnxe does nol eiTecl a perai&aentcuxCL - fi:.0C a box, sir f.r Vo.OJ. iy mail. fo-nd for yKEEcircuiariuid testimonials. Address BAT'H XEDiaXG CO, P. O. BEN L. BEAR. Sole Agent, 1IJ and 129 -wi- 5 WANTS WANTED Work on ranch; strong young man not afraid of work. Ad dress McKinney, Box 1166. FOR SALE OR RENT Ten acres In alfalfa: water right in Salt River Valley canal. Call 229 West Madison Street. FOR RENT A snap, three rooms and large screen room. 72S West Madison Street. FOUND There came to my place on December 1, on section 13, four miles east of Phoenix, eleven sheep; no brands. Owner may have property by proving same and paying charges. R. E. FRASHIER. REMOVAL NOTICE The office of the Singer Manufacturing Co. is now located at 432 West Washington street. Singer machines for sale and rent by W. E. Fletcher. J. S. Ellst ner, 407 East Washington, is no long er authorized to transact business for said company. WANTED Girl for housework in fam ily of four; no washing. Apply at 44 South Third avenue. FOR RENT Two front furnished rooms on the southside; first-class. Inquire William Limbrock, No. 33 East Washington. LEAVE orders for housecleaning and work of all kinds at Labor Office, 213 West Washington. N. D. Valen tine, 119 West Jefferson. WANTED A girl for general house work, at 421 North First avenue. WOOD FOR SALE If you want to contract for a winter's supply at a reasonable price per cord, call at The Republican office. No time to lose. ELEGANTLY furnished rooms, single or en suite, with board, in private house; piano, bath, telephone, etc.; everything strictly first-class. Mrs. E. S. Gill, 154S East Washington street, on car line. SECOND-HAND BICYCLES And typewriters for sale and rent. We take old wheels in trade. PINNEY & ROBINSON, 40 North Center St. part cf the city for 25 cents each. Of WANTED People to know the Cap itol express transfers trunks to any nee 32 West Washington. Telephone 193. Charley Jones, proprietor. FOR SALE 160 acres of land; 120 acres in alfalfa; balance in grain; small house; all fenced: easy terms. Call or address J. W. Walker. WANTED A good Chinese cook for private family. Must be good natured and handy. Address C. Z., Republi can. WANTED To sell a few White Brahma pullets and Cockerells at $6 per dozen. Pemberton ranch, two and a half miles northeast town. Cave Creek road. FOR SALE One lady's bicycle in first class shape. Inquire at Chamberlain Lumber Co. MONEF to loan on city and ranch property at low rates of interest. Se curities bought; houses built to suit purchaser, on payments. PRICE-CREIGHTON & Co., Fleming Building. wfcicb it not cbpr'tcM W.,! u nerm:vorrHrp& and Ixtotor in heennv? nlntr T)pr rent are trnnb!1 with Box 3)78, San Francisco. CaL For Sale E. Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona. V? FOR RENT Two rooms of new house; with or without board. 747 West Madison Street. WANTED A competent office man. Must be a stenographer. Address Box 245. FOR SALE Wilcox & Gibbs Im proved Automatic Sewing Machine at great reduction. Good as new. Ad dress P. O. Box 488, or call 1970 West Adams street. FOR RENT A nicely furnished house, corner Second and Monroe streets. Inquire at 125 Second street, corner of alley. GRAIN lands for rent. Half section under the Salt River Valley canal, with water furnished. Arizona Water Co., O'Neill building. STRANGERS welcome at the Intelli gence office to free city list of fur nished or unfurnished houses and rooms, suites for housekeeping, city or country board. 32 North First avenue. FOR RENT Large, finely furnished suite of rooms. . Other rooms. Elec tric lights, telephone, hot and cold baths, first-class in every respect. Apply at Occidental, opposite Hotel Adams. SUITE of rooms, also single rooms, fur nished, with board. 529 West Adams Street. FURNISHED and unfurnished houses for rent. J. Ernest Walker, real es tate, insurance, lns- No. .26 South Second avenue. Phoenix, Aris. THE highest cash price paid for poul try and ranch yjr?at The New Place. Williams & HafrnJS and 11 West Washington Street. TO RENT A desirable residence. In quire 546 North Fourth fivenue. MONEY TO LOAN For building or on improved city property. NO COMMISSION. SLIGHT EXPENSE. LOW RATE, "new plan." Interest decreases as you pay. State Mutual F.uildir.g and Loan as sociation of Los Angeles. E. E. Pas coe, agent, Phoenix. UNTIL further notice KILROY'S NEW PALESTINE will ofTer lots, 50x130, on 2ND, 3RD, 4TH, 5TE, STH and 7TH AVENUES, all within from 5 to 8 blocks from COURT HOUSE (the PHOENIX COURT HOUSE IS LOCATED IN THE VERT HEART ofTHE CITY'S BUSINESS CEN TER), at prices that will insure their immediate sale, viz.: at J100 each. THIS ADDITION IS THE ONLY ONE IN OR TO THE CITY OF PHOENIX THAT HAS SANITARY SEWERAGE. Its assessed value, city, county End territory, for 1S38-9 Is over J2S.000, which, to the posted man, is conclusive evidence as to Its value. The first purchasers will have the choice. Phoenix Curbstone Brok ers and Commission Men are not al lowed to handle our properties. Room 316 Fleming Block. (Take elevator.) PROPOSAl-S fQB.SnOOI.Bril.niNvTS AND SEWER AM) WATKK SYSTEMS, liepurt mem oi the. Iim-rior. OSine o Indian Affairs. Wli insion, l. C, November H, l;wy. realert Pro iiosals, endnrsed "Proposals for Sc hool KiiiM ing. or Sever and Water Svstems, Navajc AKi-ncy," as the case may be, ard addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Washing ton, D C. will be received at this Oftic until two o'clock, j m . of Thu-sdav, December 7, 1SH9, fur furnishing arid lielivrriLg Ihe neces sary materisls sn.i labor required in the con struction aud completion at the Navajo School of a brick dormitory and sewer system and at tlio I.itiie Water School of one adobe dormitory buiidins and sewer and wate-sv,u-in, lo strict accordance with the plau.:. specifications and in-mictions to Di -rters, wnicn maybe exam ined at this Otiiee, the li. 8. Indian Warehouse. USo JO'-nson Street. Chicago, 111., tb Builders' t Trader' Ex-chainrc. Omaha, Neb., the North western Manufacturer.-' Association, 8t Paul Minn., the Ullifof the "Arizona keunhtior,'" of Ph"Cnix, A. T., the "Times." Los Angelas, Cal , lh --Citizen," Albuquerque, K M., and at the Navajo Agency. For any auditional "information apply to this Otiiee or lo (Jeo. V. livzlett, U. B. Indian Agent, Fort Den.ince, A. T. Vi. A. JONES, Commissioner TIMBER CULTURE. FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Tucson, Arizona, November 27, lKy9. Notice is hereby given that Eueenc B. P.ich-ard-on has filed notice of intention to make final proof before the Clerk tot the District ourt, at his office in 1'hoen x, Arizona, on Tuesday, the second day ot January, 19C0, on timber culture application No. 49:!, "for the sS of nw'4 and N'; oi sw'.i sec. 28, T 1 N., K 1 rV.. G. & S K B. & M, He names as witnesses; John W Ambrose aud Hick D. Ambrose, of Phocnis, Arizona, and James V. Harlow and Charles L. Phippcny, of Buckeye, Arizona. JIILTOX R. MOORE, Register. First Publicatation. November 30, iSi-y. PMJPOiALS FOK WvTElt AND 8E'EB SYSTEMS Department of tho lmerior. Office f Wliun Afiairs., Washington, 1. t'.., November fl. leOfl. S2aled Proposals, endorsed -Proposals for Water an t Semr S.vstm, Po-t Mojave," and adiru-d to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Warhiiiton. 1. tu, will bo received at the In dian OlKee until tw o'clock p. m.. of Tusarlsy. necember 12, IS'.m, for furnishing and deliver ing the necessary materials aud moor required lo construct aud complete a water and sewer sy?tem at the Fort Moiave Indian School, A T., in strict accordance with plsns and speci fications and inst uctions to bidders. hich n.ay be examined a' this Oliice, the otliees of the "chronicle," San Frnei3co Cal., the "Times," Iks Angeles, Cal., ihe " Arizona Ke puilicn," Phoenix, a T., the Builners' and Traders' Exehanfre, Omaha. Neb., the North western Manufacturers' Association, St. I'aui, Minn., Hii.l the school. T'T further informotion, apply to Jehn J. McKoin. Superintendent r. S. Indian School, Fort Mojave, A. T. V. A. JuXF.S, Commissioner. NUTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Florence Esther Vt'alkc:, deceased. Notice is hereby rivsn hv tht: iindArsienid Administrator of the esiate "of Kl irence Esther aiKer. oeccascd, to the creditors of and all liersons havinir claims n!TH:n,L thn deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the firs't puinication oi tins nonce to the ss.nl Adminis trator at his oilice. 2i South second awtmw. Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of tn-i business of said j. ERNEST WALKER, Administrator of Florence Esther Walker, deceased . Dated at Phoenix this 11th day of rioveiuocr. The eastbound Limited will leave Loa Angeles on the same day that the westbound leaves Chi cago, .but the exact leaving time has not yet been definitely fixed, but will be announced soon. This train will carry nothine but Pullman palace cars of the latest make and style and will be the most completely equipped and up-to-date trans-continental train in America. The S. F. P. & P. people are endearorine to have arrangements made so that the eastbound Limited will make close connections at Ash Fork to accommodate the Phoenix people. SOUTH SIDE BUSINESS DIRECTORY MENRY'S Restaurant, Oyster House and Bar Room The Commercial Traveler and Cattle Buyers' Headquarters PRIVATE FAMILY ROOMS. ONLY FIRST- CLASS GOODS AT THE BAR. HENRY G. FRISCH. A. J.PETERS, WHEAT, BARLEY, ALFALFA, GRAIN HAY Special prices on large contracts. Correspondence solicited. Uf"l TT A SHARE 0F Y0UR PATRONAGE. y 'L-' Our store is well stocked with new drugs. BKOADWAY & MOEUR, - - Tempe. WR1E TEAPE RESTAU RANT a THE BEST MEALS IN TOWN. New, first-class cook. Everything In mew style. Meal ticket, 4.50. HON SEEK, Proprietor. oblige cajete:, Tempe. - - Arizona New Service and Newly Arranged and Equipped Throw ekout. The Best Meal in the Gty 25c Board by the Wcei $Ql TGUM SGUNG. Proprietor. Tfie Farmers' Exchange. 5- BROWN SHOES. WORLD BEATERS BOYS' CLOTHING. Hots and Caps ot REDUCED PRICES MESA, ARIZONA. The Atmosohere of Mesa is High, Dry and Pure. Affords special accommodations for Winter Tourists and the Traveling Public. Is the largest nd best in the valley outside of Phoenix. Klrst-Ulass Feed F able In Conner j.i with hot;. Horses boarded by day, week or month JOHN X. JONES, Boot and Shoemaker, AND REPAIRING AT UViiNG PRICES. Cuber's Corner, Mesa, Arizona Alhambra Dining Near Alhambra Hotel Center of Block, j At BUCHANAN DESERT WE LI - ;SrInoeES5.8o'S? Hfly Grain' Mea,s and Lodging, The Zenos Co0p Thetr Line of Boys and Gents' PIONEER MEAT MARKET, Tempe and East Tempe. City and Country CHOICEST MEATS. Dslivery. j TOOTHSOME POULTRY. Wa Propose to Satisfy You. THEO. NICHOLAS, JR., Prop. FOOLING WITH LIVE WIRES Is danfrerous, but there is no danger In usinpr Electricity In your house if the system is properly installed. We under stand the application of ELECTRICITY for Home, Office, Factory or Farm, and are prepared to supply ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES for any purpose. ARIZONA ELECTRICAL CO. Phone 182 (3rinns) 17 South First Ave. V. R. NORR1S. ProDrletor.. Througn without chance to St. Paul, Boston, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis, etc., via the Santa Fe; rates rla this line as low. as the lowest. Get full information at city ticket office of the S. F., P. & P., West Washington Street E. W. GILLETT, General Agent. Tempe, Arizona WHOLESALE OEALCB IN kinds or CEREALS. Send in orders for.... Christmas Poultry Dressed and Undressed. THE HOTEL KIMBALL Room. MBSA. Absolutely Best Meals on the South SideJJ MRS. W. B. BARBOUR, Proprietress. Store coo JfS Suits are the most complete in town The Palace, HIRSCDFELD S PERKINS; FROrBIETOUS. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Wines, Liquors and Cigars PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Southern Pacific Co. fPAClIFIO 8T8Im) Commencing Nnvemlier IS, 18TO, train will le&ve Maricoi a an folk wf-: .),et) A. M. DAILY NEW ORLEANS EX. .. iirsaa for Tucsod, Benson, Itaraiair, El Pwo. Su An'onio, Huaston. New Orleans, ' nrjnoetinff at New OrleHna frtr Cincinnati and ChicaKo; Bleo for waehir-Kten, Baltimore, Phila delphia. New York and Boston. 1 n.Q . A.M. PAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR Paco, and intermediate etatinDp. 5.1 t P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOB . JLl.7 Kl Pfo and intermediate staiiona. ft .-I i Y. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOB r.Xv Gila Bund and wny station?. 9. i p M- DAILY PAC1K10 EXPRESS .-fc f for Loa Angeles, Fresno, Racrameuto and Han Francitwo. Connecting at Sacrarento or Sin Frunoisoo for point) in Oregon, Nevada and Utah. T. H.GOODMAN. Gen. I aa.. Act. Read the advertisements in The Re publican and learn the name and loca tion of the houses which are doing the business of the town. You will find the name of every successful business man In the city In the advertising col umns. .