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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MOItlNTNG, SEPTEMBER 11, 1900.
1 v l A k &l )l H A J2L A & A H A A A A ik ik ik TO MEXICO CITY AND RETURN. Land TRIPLE WEDDING IN JEB.0ME Grand Sail In Honor of the Nuptial Event. Jerome, Ariz., Sept. !. (Kn.eial cor respondence .;f the Republican.) A tripln wetldlng was celebrated hire last night, followed by a grand reception and ball, given to properly celebrate the unusual event. The couples were fir.-t niarri.-d by Judge McKinnon at the homes of the respective brides, between the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock. The first cou ple was married, and then accompa nied the Judge 'to the home of the next bride, where another wedding took place. The two wedded couples accom- pani.d the judge and a crowd of spec taiors to the 'third house; whc.e the In- ily awaited the husband, all dress d in lobes of white. After the third couple was married a procession was formed and marched to the opera house, where , a large crowd" of gu. sts was already ' assembled to see the ceremony per- rormed there by Father Quetu, under the rights of the Catholic church. The j tim e 'couples were In a semi-clr.-.le on 'the stage and the wedding was per-i lormed in a few minutes. As the wed fling party marched from the side room to the center of the stage, the or chestra played a popular Wedding march. The march was played again as the happy young couples marched from the stage to the hall. The march I was kept up and the 'three couples led ! the grand march, a continuation of the wedding march. At. the completion of the grand march the participants formed In sets of eight and danced the lancers. Then the reception and ball was fairly on, and everyone enter, d irolo the spirit of the occasion. Noth ing was lacking to make the occasion a pleasant one. Wh-n our MVxIcan Lynch from Chicago, lecoun.ing sonn friends do anything in a social way of th. pl.ici s h. bad visited and U-IIimr they do it right. On this occasion they I of some nf .he thing.- he had done. He soared no expense to have everything as nice as possible. Wine was passed mound at intervals, and it was on tap sill evening in the side room adjoining the main hall. A waiter stood in the room pouring out glasses of wine a last as they were emptied by the loose burro is spotted by the lads, who guests. Thtre was also candy by the prorei d to innw it down and mo a bucke tful. The candy was passed bland nn it with hot iron.-. Some of the around the room as often a the polite , boys have large herds of burros al mcn attending to thai part of the pro- ready. That will be all right as ).nr-r as gramme could prevail upon the nil rry- ' they do no: brand a l.urro bel- ngin;r to makers to partake of it. Small cakes the wrong m;'n. were also passed among the gu?sts. Some champagne was opened during the evening. Expense was not counted by the three young and popular groom--ii. getting up th ir wedding ball. TiiZ orchestra, compos el of four pieces was kept continuously playing fir th. lancers from early In the , vening till early in the morning. Joe Abbott, who married Miss Lui.-a Palm, is a man of many virtues. He Kas been in the em ploy of Louis Reyes for the past four i ars. Mis Abbott is the step daughter of .T. M. Noriega, and is w. II known in Jerome. She is well educated and speak the English language ,t well as her native tongue. Flank Abbott and bride are excellent young people who have made many friends during the . time they have lived in Jerome. Fi-auk is honest and industrious, and of steady habits. His wife, who was Miss Oua :alupe Ortiz. Is a tal. nt td young wo--man and will be a good and tru- wife. I' rank Maiquez and bride are also tin:a.ble young people and have the best wishes of a large circle ci friends in tl.fir future Welfare. The councilmen an 1 mayor h Id a consultation with O. W. Hull yesterday and came to an agrejement with r. gard THE iHDEPEflDECE OF Buckeye IS KNOWN FAR AND WIDE He reaps where he sows and his crops always bring the best prices. He knows no such thing as a crop failure. His land is fertile. His water supply for irrigation is ample and permanent. The BUCKEYE COUNTRY is the delight of the Farmer and Cattleman. We only ask a comparison with other irrigated districts to prove its merits. with Water Right deeded with Land can now be had for $13.00 per acre. FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL ON OR ADDRESS luckeye Land CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 26 Soulh Second Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, J. C Wasson, Pres't, M. W. Messinger, Vice J. Ernest Walker, Secretary. to the street which has long been a source nf anoyance to the town and io J. B. McAllister, whose lots it travers ed, cutting the lots in the mid He. The council agreed to change th ftri-.-t and Mr. Hull agreed to deed the town a rmall piece nf ground Tie owned oppo site th'" Woi kingma n's beer hall, which was needed t straighten Main rtreet at. 'that point. Everything is harmonious now, and Mr. McAllister may go ahead and put up the brick building he has long contemplated. Father Quotu is holding services In the Catholic church this morning. Mrs. Richard R?lk and children went l'P t the depot this mcrning to lake the train lor California. The subscription takmi up for them by ths 1'nlted Mod ern lodge amounted to $.!9."ft in cash. Mrs. Celk had a letter from Mayor Tov rca introducing h -r io th agent at Je rome junction, who has been instructed by the railroad company to sell her a ticket for half fare. She wa given a pass over the road to tthe junction. She had plenty of lunch to last her and the children to wlwre they are going. The poor woman is more grateful than she can express for the kindnfss shown her by the Jerome people. Sheffield Bros, hauled her baggage to the d. pot fnve. In fact, everyone was willing to help her. Dr. Wood is negotiating with E. A. Tovrea to sell him the cattle1 raised on the Wood-Alleni ranch on the Verde. Mr. Tovrea a.-ked the doctor what kind of cattle they were and he replied that they w.re a cross between a fierk.-hir and white leghorn, and that was as f ir as h? knew anything about the br. od. The next event of importance in Je rome will bi the Mexican eeli-bratinn of their independence day. Tin y will take two ilajs for the event, the 13th and 16th. Yesterday was the last day of the baza a i Dr. I. A. Hawkins wrolp to Charlie writes iike an - Id "iiicoguan. Lee has become so tame already that lies is not afraid of the street a.-y. The boys around town 'have su-t in .'he r.oti.in of appropriating borrow, and ai-h one has a brand of his own. A n. d. Mcdonald. FKinTINtj TlT.ERf I'LOSIS. Paris. Physicians Favor New E.-lei Treatment With Forma ldehyde. trie Paris. The- medical faculty "T I'arbi lis devoting c nriJerabl,- ati.'iition to a HfcW cure for tuberculosis through the transfusion of microti destroying drugs by means of electric currents pas ed through the patient's chest and lungs. The discovery of the tr. atinent, whic h has been submitted to severe t sts at Paris and Bordeaux during the last four years, i- attnliurert to M. Fran- isqu Crotte. of Pari!.-, and i xl.a us: i v eri- reports -n the results OY tic:- - X men-: were read before the intern.i ti mat nv-e'ical congress last week by I I 'I . I Ul'-:tll. Ilieiu'ill (leii.ne i" .11 U'n-s.- f:"ii ino .-iivi.f Pari:-., and by Or. l.iucamp. deleg.it- to t'.te congress I from l ord aux. A thirl paper on tiv j same- subj. el was submitted to the (congress by Dr. Laba.lie. who attended the congr. :.s as a delegate of the mod!- 'co-legal society of New York. THE Farmer and Canal The conclusions of the three report are emphatically in favor of the new treatnunt. and this vie-w is shared by Prof. Viri-how. of Retlin', and by In-, itrouare.'el. of Paris, who pr.dict tha: the treatment is likely to receive the sanction of the medical faculties ef Paris and iterlin for adoption in 111" public hospitals of those- cities. The Pari physicians consider that M. Crotle's Uiscov; ry may have far- ! reaching consequences, for it enables extremely powerful antiseptics to ' be I introduced into the human system and permeate the tissues and even the bones so that the bacilli may be killed -with- . ut injury to the patient, which would result if the same drugs were absorbed 1 y the system through the stomach or by other means hitherto employed. Long serks of experiment.! has con vinced the physicians here that a solu tion of formal, known as formaldehyde, containing icde and mercury, is abso lutely fatal to the bacilli of tubercu losis, ev it when applied in the form of vapor. This exceedingly powerful an tiseptic cannot without great danger be taken, through the stomach, and the re ports submitted to the medical con gress by Drs. Btrihau, Decamp and Labadie show that by static electricity the vapor f the formaldehyde has been transfused into the tissues of the chest and of the lungs, thereby destroy ing the bacilli of -tuberculosis and pre venting reproduction in their tubes uf cultivation. Since M. -r tte communieatejd the theory of hi; discovery to th-' Freneh academy of science-, in 1894, 800 uber eulosis patients have b-en treated by M- method, and C00 of these have been completely cured. The numb r of pa tients whose treatment has bein set forth in "clinical" detail by the report ing physicians and submitted to ;ho congress is thirty-two. ( f these tell wei - reported upon by Dr. It rth'au. eleven by Dr. Dm-amp. and twenty iai by I):-. Laba lie. All teie cases known to hav.- been treated by the new method tire divided into tnree cat go l ies: fir.-t. patients who. ar in :he first stage of tubereiilosis: sec ond those who have reached the seeond stage, and third, those v.!: r the progress of the disease is mi advtir.eeil that under or dinary circumstances they would be considered incurabie. The statistics submitted to the congress show that th - proportion f cures obtained by the transfusion method applied to pa tients of the first cateirorv was 1ml nor cent. The percentage "I" cures of pa I t;ents of the so -ond category was 75 per cent, and tk- proportion of cur s in the tiih'l category was ::a per cent. These rv-ults are considered hig'nly sath-factory, and have nie.de a decided impression on th" leu ling physicians f Paris, and . sp chilly upon those who moke a specially of tuberculosis. Elaborate experiments have been made with guinea pigs and rabbit.- to prove the exact quantities of formal dehyde transinited to the tissue or the lungs by the application of the electric currents, and also to show how the in tensity of the transfusion can be regu- lated. The method of treatment is simple. Th.- patient is placed in an i:-. dated chair of the static machine. I fi mo iiini-is saturated witn a solution f formaldehyde are onnlied to ihe 1 chest and the back. The solution va ries in strength from 1 to 10 p, r ivnr,. according to the ! gr i.f disease and aee-i.i-.?lng I" th" p.ili. tu"-; coiistil ttii- u and .emj eiauient. The m -.chine is the n Ftartcd ait.l a crrr. :, wi.h iltluvia or with sparks, ir with both, i- passed through the lungs. While this is going on the patient inhales the- formalde- jliyde with electric citluvia obtained by 0 i the Co. - Pres't. I'laeing a saturated sponge in contact with one of the poles of til instrument. HOnSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Will Its Membership be Increased by the Forthcoming Apportionment? What effect the increase or popula tion, as shown by the twelfth census, is to have upon the size of the house of lepresentativts will doubtless ontinue to be a fruitful subject for speculation until congress itself settles the ques tion. It seems to be genee-rally assumed that the number of representatives will l;e increased, as has been the case a; each apportionment save that under the census of 1S40 when .the member ship was reduced from 240 to 22S. It did not reach the former figure again until ISfiO, when the number was 242. The next increase was large, to -9'. fol lowed by 225 in 1SS0, and 2r.ti in ' 1!0. The fixing of the ratio, and, conse quently, of the number of representa tives, is, of course, an arbitrary ar langement the only restraint upon con gress being the constitutional require ment that each state shall have at least one representative, and the accented precedent that the existing representa tion of a state is not to be reduced. Just how many representatives any state will be entitled to, whether under the present ratio or some other, cannot be figured out until the full statistics of population are available, which will not be until some months hence. It is apparent, however, that any considerable increase will seriotisly crowd the present hall of the hout " at Washington. So long as every mem ber must have a desk and an armchair the physical difficulties of propi rly seating the members must sjon reach a climax. Resort to the custom of th -house of commons, where benches oniy are provided for members, would ic lieve the difficulty, and do away with the indefensible practice of using the desks in the hall of the house as plac-s. not for attending to the business be fore the house, but for writing litters, preparing speeches, and reading news papers. Compared with Kuropcan bod ies .the house of representatives is not immoderately large, but if further in crease is thought advisable, a belt, r pkm than the present for the ae-cotnnio-dation of the members ought by all means to be devised. New York Even ing Post. o HOLDS THE RECORD. "Your Majesty. Sunshine of the I'ni Vi r.-c" said the Mandarin of Nineteen liiittonholes, as he prostrated himsill" before the Emperor of China." a bunco of newspapers has reached your tem porary capital. Will you deign to Icar the ne ws of the outside world'.'" "What is the chief item of Interest'.'" tisked the monarch, languidly. "Are Europe and America sending more tioops to the Flowery Kingdom?" "They are. O Royal Suntlower," re plied the com tier. "Another item that may inu rest you. Rainbow of the Ori ent, is the n-ws that the King of Italy has been assassinated." "Has he?" replied Kwang Su. with a deep show of interest. "Still." he aded. though speaking in a modest manner, "I be-lii-ve that I hold the record in the j monarch mortuary line." I'it tslui. g j Chronic-lc-Telegraph. IN THE T-AKl-ni; c.i:. 'I.oo-; at that v.v.m.tn; ph,. has b ca lyiiif? e'.oun all day reading a nov.d nf Marie " r. Ili's." "Well, maybe it isn't worth si 1 1 . ti i:p to read." Chicago Record. POPULAR advertisements nnSer this head one-hall cent a word eoh lniertlon . No advertlsementtaken for leu than twenty-five cents. WANTED-Rani h cook, milker, bay for driifr storo, solicitor, Rirl for general hous?vork; others. Territorial Em ployment Agency, Rooms 7 and !, P. O. Building1, Phoenix, Arizona. WANTED To rent, an improved ranch of forty to 100 acre?, with milch cows and other cattle, at or n ar M sa. Address Emil Hurler, Xlea. Ariz. WANTED To exchange a good horse for brick work. D. W. Sparks, 434 North Seventh Avenue. FOR SALE House in a nice location. Inquire at 420 Taylor Stree:. i OR RENT A front room, newly fur nished: gentleman preferred: no in valid need apply. 522 East Wash ington. P.WjMFST R.-ads past, pre.-ent, future, fliws lucky numbers: tells about bus in -s.-; locates lost friends: restores peace between vife and husband: givis luck v, all. Picture of future sweetheart. Sati-faction guaranteed. OS North Cc-nt?r Room No. 2. LOST Hatband, Dorris theater, 'turn to 407 Fleming block. Re- FOli RENT Furnish' d or unfurnished rooms, "IS West Monroe Street. FOR RENT Large 4-room house, with barn and 4 acres of alfalfa pastui--. Inquire last house on East Adams street. WANTED At Hotel A'twood, Temp?. Ariz- na. a first-class laundress: also a chambermaid. Oniy those who un derstand their business need apply. Call at cn?e. WANTED A first-class porter and a bell boy; must dress in uniform. Call at Hi led At wood, Tempo, Arizona. WA NT ED A t Hotel Atwood. Tempe, Arizonr.. a lirst-ela.-s head waiter (uliitt), and live waiters; must be used to waiting on first-class refined people. Call with references. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and fu':ure: Laeli.s, 25c; gentlemen, DO cents. Room 8 Oregory House. WANTED A b'.y to work in drug store. Apply at Goodman's Phar macy. FOR RENT Four-room cottage, large screen porch, in suburbs, with horse and buggy, or seven-room house; nice surroundings. Address Dux 722 TWO neat furnished rooms for rent; brick building: $fi per month. Inquire William Limliruck, S!"i East Wash ington. HEADQUARTERS for tourists. Com plete city list furnished houses and rooms for rent; suites for housekeep ing: city and country board. Weirick & Latham. 22 North First Avenue. Information free. WANTED Two or three rooms, fur nished or partly, fejr housekeeping. Good neighborhood; reasonable. No invalids. Address F.. this office. WANTED Horses for pasture. Inquire 42 East Washington. FOR SALE A twelve room lodging 1 house, a bargain. I FOR SALE A neat cottage, J750; this j is cheap. FOR SALE A fine alfalfa ranch with water. MONEY to loan, houses built to suit purchaser on monthly payments. HUGH M. CREIGHTON & CO.. 110 North Center St. WANTED Carriers; must be fifteen I years old or older. Apply at this of l fice between 5 and 6 p. m. GRAND CANAL water right for sale. W. K. .James, It North First avenue. DAVIASON has removed next door -to Club stables, where he will treat his old and new customers rightu WANTED Purchasers for second , hand buggies, wagons, harness, fur niture, show cases and household goods tif all kinds. Bedroom sets from $14 up. Plows, horse power?, incu haitors; also 12 head of work and saddle horses. These horses are Al good horses. Call and get my prices before buying. E. W. Spear's second hand store, 222 Wes-t Washington. WANTED A chance to prove that the I PACIFIC GROTTO is the BEST I PLACE 'to eat, in Phoenix. J. A. R. i Ir v i ne. PHOENIX FOUNDRY Sailer ttcpairlna, pc Titling. All Ring up Telephone 63. Or call at 2S North Center street when wanting something nice to drink. We are headquarters for the best in our line and side csentsfor Pab.-t, Lemps and the San Francisco breweries, Ltd., three of the best breweries on earth. MANUFACTURERS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings SI RUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL CONTRACTORS. Second Hand Machinery Bought and Sold. WANTS WANTED The public to know that J. Ernest Walker has the largest list of real estate to select from, either to sell or rent, in the valley. If you want to build he can put yon in a building and loan association where monthly payments about equal to rent n-ill secure you a home. It will pay you to see him before buy ing, building or renting. FIRE INSURANCE a epeclalty. Some exceptional bargains and plenty of water in Buckeye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN oi good security. FOR RENT An elegant six-room brick house on First avenue: .veil fur nished; electric lights; bath, barn, etc. Apply to J. ErneVt Walker. WANTED, A BARGAIN TAKER. For close in house of twelve rooms. Partly furnished. Never vacant, and can be well rented any hour in the day. Fine shade, lawn, city water, good neigh borhood. This property far sale at a sacrifice and on easy terms. Party going east. J. ERNEST WALKER, The Real Estate Man Remember the office 26 South Sec ond Avenue. Tel. Main 501. THE NEW DOMESTIC renls 75c per week. Supplies for all machines: repairing done. J. S. Elston, 407 E. Washington St. WANTED Every business man In Maricopa county to know thai The Republican's Job printing plant is the best equipped in all Arizona and that the prices and stock and styles are right. If you want bill heads or let ter heads or printing of any kind call at The Republican office or send word for our man to call on you. ANY ONE desiring to purchase prop erly in Jerome, or. ;l farm on the Verde river or Oak creek, will do well to write to I). D. McDonald, Jerome. FOR SALE Jewel t typewriter in good condition. One of the bestma chiiies made. Double keyboard. Will be sold on installments or cheap for cash. Addt-Lss It., Republican office. FOR RENT House to rent; also rooms furnished and unfurnished. Incpuire 546 N. Fourth Ave. i FOR SALE Firsl-ciass livery busi ness, with the very best stock and up-to-date rigs This business is paying a good income. Good reasons for selling. For further information address ti. F. Tinsler, Prescott, Ari zona. Just a Little Scorched. by the big fire; that's all. It didn't prevent us from opening up our new store Monday morning with a full line of merchandise, and we have been do ing business without interruption ever since. Our stock is brand new, not damaged by fire or water, and v.-e are prepared to fill your orders for: GROCERIES, HAY AND GRAIN, HARDWARE, STUDEBAKEP. WAG ONS, MINING SUPPLIES, DRUGS, POWDER, CAPS, FUSE, CROCK ERY, BEDDING AND BLANKETS, BAR SUPPLIES, TENTS, at our usual low prices. ' The BasMord Burmister Co., PREGCO CT. Abundance of Water. The Imperial Land Company of California. is opening for settlement 100,003 acres to be ir rigated from the Colorado river in Han Diego I'oimty. GOVERNMENT LAND subject to entry. T'rosiiertivfl settlers may Ic-iirn full pnrtieiilMi-s by addre-.-..sing or culliiie ,n B. E. RICE, F. LEUHTON, Agents No. SO North End Ave, Ihoenix, Ariz and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLIM, Prop. 25 to S3 North Second Street Machinery of all kinds Built and Repaired. MACHINERY, SITPLIES, CASTINGS, ETC kinds of work la the Mechanical Llnr MELCZER BROS. Postofflee Box 458 The S. P. comp-iny will sell tickets to Mexico City and return, from Septem ber 4 to 8. inclusive, for $46.75, from Phoenix. Tickets good for thirty days from date ot sale. For further infor mation call on or address M. O. BICKNELX SAN FRANCISCO SEMI-CENTENNIAL. CELEBRATION. M The Santa Fe will sell excursion tickets to San Francisco and return for above occasion on Friday. September 7. Round trip tickets, good for ninety days. Fare, $45.43. For further infor mation call on or address E. W. GIT,T.ETT, General Afft. 33 t-EHDE NIX i SHORT LINE a. m. -p. tn. 8 00 4.H IiT. H.2.V 4.40; ... S.4S1 A mil Ar . a. m.i t.. is .An 7.:, 2i m . ...Muft... ..Tempe . . Ph-BUtT .i' 7.0OI 20 0 I I- S0 1JO No. 2. Freipht lld l'-3. bi;y No. 1. Freight anil Phsm. Paily. litHUp.in I Iv Phoenix ar I C:l-ft.m 7:IH) p.m Tempe...- e:.'ift.m I 7:lop.in Heteren f a. m f 7::top.m Kyrciie j f &:JiK.iit f 7:rj.m Alicia j f tVrlwa.iu 1 7:-V.fil j Stti-atiiti If 4: l.a. m 8:15 p. in j Mnrii'oi.i 1 4:'ik.iii SOUTHERN PACIFIC East Bow?d From East Ve.l.,v.Sat. Suinct J imitei- Weil. A cat. :7:tu p. in 10:1.1 p. m 4:40 u.iu 8: a.m ASM a. in 9:3) u.iii 7: Ji) p. hi 4:35 p. in 9:20 p.m 17:30 p.m 11:40 a.m 7:00 a.m '2:45 p.m 10.00 p.m Iv... . . Mtiriiiiia 7 ::tu a.iu &:'Ju a. ill 10:42 p.iu 9:15p.iu :-;:'J0 a.iu 9:00 p. in 10:4.) a in i:lo p.m 8::0 a.m 8:30 a.m 4:0 p.m 10:45 p.m 4:30 p.m 10:00 a.m J lies ill....... iic-iniltg Kl 1 a.so Snu ntiuiio.... ilC JBIllll Nt-v. Orleans.. St fiuia i: lieaxo . .... Oil cinnali .. . i.tlania W ishiugton... hew York.... Boston... SOUTHERN PACIFIC West Bound From Weit Daily 1'Hlly 9:40 pan lv Maricopa ar 3:52 a.m 3:00 a.m Yuma y lo:30p.m 12:00 in ioKt Angeles 2:00 p.m 12:30 a.m ar Fresuo It l:o5a.m 8:45 a.m frail Francisco. ....... 5:30 p.m 9:15 a.m Portland 7:00p.m Train No. 1 ce QDecta with Son t hern Pacific traiu No. 9, Wbtboond, leuTimi Maricopa at 9:10 p. ra. Train No. 2 connects with Southern Facifie traia No. 10, eastbonnd, leavinK Maricopa at 3:i2 a. m. Pullman id Free Chair Cars between Ma icopa und Phex-nix, aua onSooiiiern Pacin traiaa. Coonnctiona ir.ade at Phoenix with B K., P. P. K. K. for Prof Cott and C'ondrcsa, Stage for Finn nee and Ulobe leaves Meaft Cirj fttii p. m. d iily. f Train .topi on siunal. N. K. MASTEN, B. F. PORTER, President. Gen'l Supt. M. . B1CKNEL.L, Gen'l Frt. and Pass. Ag-t. BREAD Basis of Strength. Bread ! Good Bread I In Short Phoenix Bakery Bread Contains everything necessary to sus tain life. It is made of the finest high grade flour, by the most skillful bakers, and In the most perfectly appointed bake shops. Is pure, palatable and wholesome, j. eing light, it can be eaten and digested by Invalids. Phoenix Bakery & Coafccliorsrj EDWARD EISELS, Prop. EUblisbe.llx.sl. Telephone 891. 7 West Washinston Stree t. Phoenix Restaurant Tin best mill liPftpeFt. .Miting in the riiv. Mt-als Lin-. M'l tickets $::..M. M ai ut nil hours. " i i 1 t I ronrtfiHK servi'-t tcrnl'-mi. Ctirftttnf'l biiXfs lor faniiiies When hiuiirr Hint looking fort g'toi! nn-al no to the Phoenix Restaurant 23 S. First Avenue, Opposite Court House Plaza. THE CLUB STABLES North. Centor street. Handsome Turnouts. Horses boarde-d by the day, w.-k or month. HESET GEORGE, Prop. AT She ft off ma 9 The Bowling Alley Is Cool. Tha Beer is from Gold Storage and ia A n h e iu se r -Busc h C ARCHIE McGREW, I .- ROBERT McCLKART. I waiaroM. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE! OLDEST TO T1TB CITY. Knjoys the best standing with tradea mea. Buys everything at spot aaaa prlca and glTea the best 25c meal. TUCK HING & CO. a and 24 Washing-ton 8t.. east of Ja roba aV Co Prtavte rooms for toJ!t TfM-t 4 M Imvl ac Cheapest place to buy PIANOS AND ORGANS Sheet Music Etc. V. S. JenKnis reinpic of Music. 86 W. Washington St.. riioeaix. Aria.