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ARIZONA
UIirtTBtTCA :' SATTTlt DAT MOtl-SH CO, JEPTfcMfcEl? 2 U ; 1001 ,
IQempeJ SOUTH SIDE NEWS DIRECTORY Qgl
. ft MAY r. AfmL SUBSCRIPTIONS. 0ERllStueN7S, CHAMOIS. COUCCTIOMS, CTC, PftOUPJLt CARLO FOR. F. T. FOUtROf, Agent.
The
Temoe National
. GENERAL BANKING BUINB8S
OFFICERS: C. G. Jones, President; A.C. Ozanne, Vice-President: W. H. WH
't bur. Cashier.
1 DIRECTORS: C. G. Jones, 'A. C Oxanne, J. W. Wolf. W. A. Bolton. M. E.
; Curry.
Kitchen Work is a Pleasure
jWhen you have a Charter Oac Stove and our stylish. )autiful "fiiarry
Turquoise" enameled ware. Cull and see the very latest.
Tempo Hardware & Supply Company x
Some Choice City Lots BrgSi
jJAIsk Choice Ranch property w ith wattr in th- Temje canal, and some la.ul
for rent. Apply to
A. MELSEN, Tempe, Ariz.,
Agent for the New York Life Insurance Co.
TEMPE
r
' There will be a band concert tonisht.
Rev. M. B. Bird was a visitor to Mesa
J-esterday afternoon.
The citizens of Tempe will hold a
memorial service in respect of Presi
dent McKlnley at the Normal audito
rium next Sunday evening, whim w-,11
no doubt be attended by everybody in
Tempe: A musical programme appro
priate to the occasion will le glen, anil
several addresses delivered. The full
, programme will be given In tomorrow'?
pape..
Hyder Bros, are selling groceries an. I
dry goods very cheap. As speciim-n
prices, they- sell Arbuckle's coffee nine
pounds for one dollar, devilled ham .".
cents p;'r can, 22 yards of muslin on'
dollar, and so on. See their ad below
ior other 'Prices. .1
A trainload of freight was brought
over from Maricopa yesterday morning
and another will be 'brought In thin
morning. The Gila bridge has been re
paired and now regular train service
has been resumed. The Maricopa train
leaves Tempe for Maricopa on regular
time. It p. ni.
A. A. .Celeya will start, a delivery
wagon for the-convenience of his pa
trons next Monday.
J. W. Randolph. Mrs. J. W. Ran
dolph. T. J. Grimes. G. Grimes. Laura
Powell. Master St. Claire. Ben I. Xoo
nan and Master Jlmmle. memler3 of
the Miller theatrical troupe, came
yesterday afternoon and registered at
the Hotel Atwood. They gave a per
formance In the evening, which was
well attended.
Albert Miller, has purchased from K.
"W. Holsapple the residence on -Sev-inth
street. The house was formerly oceti
jiied by F. A. Hough befor? ht. purchas
ed the fine residence bunt' by C. A. Cor
bel I.
W. R. Price Phoenix was In Tevn;
yesterday afternoon.
The furneral service over the re
mains of Forrest Waterhijtise was held
yesterday. A large- number of friem'j
followed the body to the grave. Tl;i
boy was bright iind manly and old
enough to manifest his st-i.ing qual
ities when death called him. The sin
cere sympathy of the entire community
is extended to the .bereaved relatives.
MESA
Dr. W. G. DeVore. Mesa's beforetim
dentist, who has been away in the
mountains for the summer, has r turn
ed and will resume his regular office
hours at the office of Dr. J. E. Drarre
jon Friday, September 27. and will con
tinue to make his regular trips.
Mr. Warren Pet?rson came up front
Arlington Thursday night on business
pertaining to his-cattle interests, ari l
returned today. He says they are en
larging the Arlington canal and arc
preparing for putting In large crops ih
coming season. He informed us th:tl
JVIoney Talks
Arbuckles Coffee. 9 lbs S1.00.
Quail brand Tomatoes. 10c per can.
Corned Beef. 2 cans for 23c. .
Dry Goods way down cheap:
- Straw Hats. $1.00 quality, 23c; SOc qual.
ity. 15c; 23c quality, :.c. ;
THE BOSTON STORE, J. Hyder &
1 We have the best
Of
facilities for t .
1 shipping butter during hot weather, and
-! guarantee goods to reach destination In
I good condition. Order Butter from
cold storage. Be aure your butter
jjl j the Diamond brand.
TEMPE. ARIZONA
ALFRED J. PETERS & CO., Incorporated
ftoofHayden Mills.
Wholesale dealer and shippers off
KND GRHIN.
Large Contracts a Specialty. . Tempe, Ariz
Our Gar Has Arrived.
and we can show you a fine assortment of Top Buggies, Read Wagons and
Surreys. If you want a Wagon or a Carriage call and see us. Remember all
of our Wagons and -Buggies are guaranteed.
WabflMiInllen Hardware Company
Bank
BMPB
ARIZONA
If you are going to buy tailoring buy
the genuine article. ? that the gar
ments you buy are trade for ursoif.
The'only way to secure a perfect lit is
to try on a garment bffore it is fin
ifhpd: thus insuring the graceful lines
of the form, rhi- correct set of the coat
collar and the right turn of the tape's.
I think 100 muvh of my reputar'.on to
allr.w a lnglc garment to leave iny
hands until li pleases mo. If It suns
in: it Is boun- to suit my fjstomsr. I
have four hundred choice patterns in
Fa'l and Winter suitings and my
pri es ar very low.
The Denver Tailor,
Tempe. Arizona.
r.nother i ise of six feet came down the
Gila Wednescay and that the Bui key.-
canal dam has be-n washed out aga:n.
Miller Brothers' comedians will open
the theatrical season tn the new opetn
houre Saturday night. They have'be.i
playing at the Park at PhJ-rix for th
past month, end are said to be a clever
lot of artists, and no doubt will be ,1
drawing card here. TIr-kets are 25 ai l
Z cents.
! r! s Wing I. making to" Ic2
cream for the- party tonight, which is
a guar.-.ntee of Its good quality.
A visit to the home or Mr. Hyruin
Taylor and family disclosed a very s:id
condition Indeed. Mr. Taylor aud
lor uud
tretclud
d fev.
three of his children wre all s
out on their beds with Uihoi
One little bny and girl are Just begin
ning to mend, but Mr. Taylor hlmseif
and one little girl are very sick. th- When some men are left widowers
latter out of her head. Kind fi lends , they grow a year younger every mon'h
are doing all in their power for the . until they marry again.
stricken family. Only the wife ar-1 I
rrK.therareabletobearound.ThewaiM FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
is taking care of them. but kind!. j .
neighbors calling In will help to light": Mrs. Wir.slow's Soothing Syrup has
the load lnen us'd for children teething 'It
It would be a wise plan for those at M soothes the child, softens the gums,
whose homes the typhoid fever has j allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
be -n raging to have their well - wat T ' ls 'he b. st remedy for diarrhoea,
analyzed. A bottle of it can be sent r i Twenty-five cents a-bott!e.
the university nt Tucson and an ar.alv- !
sis w ill lie made and returned. People THE GREATEST OF KXPOSITIONS.
should again be cautioned aboutiallow-
in-r their cows to drink stagnant water, j A delightful trip. Tou can't af
ns th? recent slee of typhoid was by 1 ford to miss It. To th Pan-American
the physicians traced to thee unsa o- j exposition, at reduced rates, via Mieh
itary conditions. j igan Central. "The Niagara Fa'ls
Mr. T. J. Orimes was in Mesa ln-d Route," Hend your addresi. with four
night billing the Miller Brothers' sh iw j cents postage for fllustrated souvenir
here for Saturday night. I when Issued to O. W. Ruggles, Gs-n'l
I Pass'r and Tkt. Agt.. Chicago.
A COMMUNICATION.
Mr. Editor Allow- me to speak a few
words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. I suffered for three years
with the bronchitis and could not sleep
at nights. I tried several doctors and
various patent medicines, but could get j
nothing to give me any relief until my
wife got a bottle of this valuable medi
cine, which has completely relieved ine.
W. S. Brockman, Bagnell, Mo. This
remedy Is for sale by Elvey & Hulett.
10k at these for specimen pi Ices,
cash only:
I)evii!e. Ham. always 13c. 3 c per can.
Corn, line quality. UK- per can.
Sugar, bst granulated, I6i lbs J1.00.
22 yards Muslin $1.00
Come-In and see us. Everything in
proportion.
Brother, Prop's Look for Our sign
our
has
MONFY IXST IX STRFET OA US.
'Have you any idea how -much mon
Is lost In the street cars in this town? ' '
asked a Metropolitan street railway
conductor of a reporter the other day
after he 'had picked up a dime and
stowed it away In" an inside pocket.
'Well, there's a lot cf It and ni one
knows it better than we conductor.
Hunting for coins on the bottom of mv
(car is one of the regular grafts, anl
j any other conductor who. has been ..1
, the business long enough to get hl
, eyes open Is on the same lay.
i "Last year I made up my mind fo pijl
I away ever" cnt I found In my car i
an old iron bank I hid at home for Hie
! benefit of my youngster. I kept slow .
Ing the coins away and at the end !
i the year I had $t;.07. OP course, tlint'i
not a barrel of money, but It's n right
ni.e pk-k-urj for u conductor. The
biggest Ilnd I mad that year was a
50-cent pie e. From that the coin ran
all the way down to a ;ent. In the
winter time the pickings are especially
good. for. then every one mis xloves n,
and the coins sflp 'fiom the ringers tn
the door tvithout the owner's knowl-'g
It. The only way to be snr- you have
all the money Is to pi-k up the gratiii4
on the floor. 1 do that every night as
regularly us I eat my supper.
"Now. I've figured It out list If I find
6 a year it's wry iikely that otln-r con
ductors averave somewhere near th it
sum. maybe more, maybe less. There
are several thousand conductors In
Greater New Vol k. so that it's saf to
say that at least 115.000 or $20.00(1 l i an
nually di ibbled otito the ftVors of stre.-t
cars by the passengers. In this esti
mate I don't include large sums whic.t
are sometimes loft in 'wallets and pur
ses. A conductor Is expected ta tin 11
these in at the office, anl about .nil of
them do. Hut the ni.-kels and dimes
and quarters are legitimate picking,
and we all have our eyes . peeled for
them." New York Sun.
A
CERTAIN crR" FOR DYSEN
TERY AND DIARRHOEA.
"Some years ago I was one of a party
that intended taking a long bicycle
trip." says F. 1-. Taylor, of New Al
tany. Bradford Uounty. Pa'. "I was
taken suddenly with diarrhoea, and was
about to give up the trip, when editor
Ward, of the Ljceyvllle Messenger, sug
gested that I take a dose of :hambr
Iain's Colic.' t'holera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I purchased a bottle and
took two dose, one before starting and
one on the route. I made the trip suc
cessfully and never felt any i:i effect.
Again last summer I was almost com-
" "
emery. I b
remedy anil
letely run down with an attack of-dys-
bought a bottle-of this sam?
1 this tinte one dose cured
me." Sold by Elvey & Hulett.
A TRIP OVER THE MEXICAN CEN
TRAL RAILWAY
Presents more of interest to the pleas
ure tourist or the man of business than
ran Ive seen in a like numlier of miles
elsewhere in the world.
Tre.plcal fnrer.ts, snow-clad volcanoes.
coffee farms, sugar plantations, min
ing camps and banana fields, quaint
and curious Indian villages and popu
lous modern cities.
The Mexican Central railway, with
over two thousand miles of standard
gauge track, taps the highlands and
lowltpids. crosses the mountains and
reaches the sea at Ta.niico (the only
land-locked port of the republic). On
the mountain top in the morning. In
the barrama at noon and on the beach
at night. Sea bathing in January. Alps
clad with verdure instead of snow, nov
elty, change and freshness. The rail
road of the republic. From the sea to
the clouds. Passing modem cities and
ancient monuments. Standard gauge
In everything. Fifteen of the twenty
seven states of the republic are trav
ersed by It. By this line there is no
change at the border, and only one be
tween the City of Mexico and th city of
New York. The only line in the repub
lic running Pullman Palace Buffet
sleeping cars between the capital and
the United States. Pullman cars now-
run without change between Kansas
City, Mo., and Mexico City, via El
Paso, and between St. Louis. Mo., and
Mexico City via San Antonio and Eagle
j .Pass. Cheap rates anel prompt service.
! This is the only line giving the trav-
eler the choice of three routes to Mex
ico: via El Paso, Eagle Pass br Tatrr-
' nli.n T - a... .
" " " ' L y a in 1 ir- uy i it 1 1 u ana
School Books!
School Books!
And a IL kinds of supplies for. the
schools at lowest cash prices.
P. T. P0MER0Y & CO.
shiccsaaors to Pomsroy If eta.
OODl BTJILDIVO. KBBA.
Pfioeuii. Tempe & Mesa Stage.
Leaves Phoenix 8.30a. in.
Return on your own time.
TWIoption 2M, OffO.
L W. COLLINS, Prop.
return by water, or vice versa.
Excursion tickets can be purchased
in any part of the United States or
Canada, which allow final limit of nine
months from date -of issue and carry
stop over privileges going and ret urn -
I ing south of the Mexican border.
' Write fn- Information and literature
on Mexico to General Agent at fii
Broadway. New- York City. 32S Mar
quette Building, Chicago. 111.. 2n9 I loos
er Building. St. Loils, Mo., 37 carew
Building. Cincinnati. O.. 138 Montgom
ery street, San Francisco. Cal.
W. D. Mu-dock. Ass't Gen'l Pass.
Agt., A. V. Temple. Industrial Agent.
O. R. Hudson, Gcn'l Fit. & Pass. AfSL,
Mexico City, Mexlo.
MINUTES OF THE MEETINGS OF
THE TERRITORIAL BOARD OF
EQUALIZATION, COMMENC
ING AUG. 12. 1901. - AND
ENDING AUG. 20. 1901.
Office of the Territorial .Board of
Equalization.
Phoenix. Arizona. Aug. 20. lflul.
The board met at 10 o'clock a. m
Present: All m r. 'its and the secre
te ry. ,
The minutes of t.ie meeting of Auii
19. h wtre read and approved.
The secretary submitted the follow
ing schedules, showing a recapitulation
or the work don by the board, viz:
Schedule 'A", showing final valua
tion of p:operty in each county in the
territory of Arisona for ihe year 1901.
FINAL VALUATION OF PKOPERTT
TN:ACH COUNTY IN ARIZONA
IN 1!M1.
APACHE COUNTY.
Increased
Valua'n. Per Ct.
No.
Property.
MS2 Acres, culll-
vuted land . t 4S.108
Improvemerr.s 39.S.T0.;3
17.834 Acres, uncul-
tlvat -d larM . 2.4flS.15
lr.fi.22a.o7 Actcs. rai'roal
land 171.527.31
41 Town and city
lots 20.41.ril
Improvements (43.740
.213 Hois?s, range i3.63r.
70 H'iss. work 21.071
441 Horses, saddle s.815.
IU Hoises, stallions SI.".
Ct! Mules l.i'A
140 Asses 1.037
S.721 Cat:le. ranse
and strck K0.A41
3S1 Cattle. ml.;h
cows 7.820
4.; Hh'.ep 1H9.71S
Klil Goats 1.7-'
95 Swine 2h.1
M.46 Mites railroad.
stanlard gauge i:tG.20W
All other
propel ty 117,383.02
T:al. $939.36.23
COCHISE COUNTY.
43.372 Acres land $ 74.011
Imp.ovements 73.387
47.000 Acr. s land
grants " 8.-..000
322 Pat'ed mines 3.H76.831
Improvements 227.701
922 Town and city
' lots " 9.938
Improvements 333.ft.SS
l.10 Hcrses. range 17.040
o Horses, work 20.19
1.212 Horses. 3-ldle 24.240
IS Horres. stallions l.oofl
209 Mules 5.1 t7
110 Asses 333
F.5.K94 Cattle, range
and etoe k 53S.940
20 Cattle, beef 800
589 Cattle, milch
cows 11.243
VIS Cattle, bulls 3.133
.130 Sheep 12.3O0
.HI Ooats S22
112 Swine 344
210.33 Mites railroad,
vtand'd gauge 1.1S4.A01.95
All oiher
ptop-rty 983.631. 4S
Total. I7.49S, 407.43
COCONINO COUNTY.
18.433 Acres lan,J 71.GS2.18
Improvements 22.040
I79.1C4 Acres of rail-
rond land 93.927.84
199.3S3 acres or land
grants 142.533.21
1 Patn'td mines 1.000
In provements
on unpa.ented
mines 21.583
4.ft08 Town and city
lots 177.319.40
Improvements 314.620
1.6-3 Horses, range 16.230
l.KSR Horses, work 61.520
703 Horses, saddle 17.575
3 Horses, stallions 475
26 Mnlfi 1.040
,87 Asses 433
11.235 Cattle, range
and stock 116.22.25
235 Cattle, milch
cows , 3.170
5 Cattle, hulls 123
27,200 Sheep 254.400
600 'Goats 1.200
209 Swine 627
135.66 Miles railroad.
standard gauge 296.630
All other
property 444.571.22
1.37
$2,063,010.10
GILA COUNTY.
S.779
Acres of land $ 17.340
Improvements 8,500
Patented mines 121.075
Improvements 86.493
Improvements on un
patented mines 10,200
Town and city
lots 94,293.47
Improvements 200.136.33
Horses, range 13.625
Horses, work 43.975
Horses, stallions 410
Mules 3.C50
Asses 1.265
Cattle, range and
stock 321.380
Cattle. bef 230
Cattle, milch cows 2,880
Cattle, bulls 310
Sheep 140
Goats 14.818
Swine 1.014
Ail other prop
erty . 395,874.50
1.363
1.839
8
122
253
12.138
144
70
7.409
338
33.69
Total JLS39.011.52
GRAHAM COUNTY.
r.924
Acres c u' tl
vated land
Improvements
Acres of uncul-
343 223 37
115!907.5O
20.102
122.C34
299,7(4.90
2E3,266.7
112.970
80. M.1
217.732
10.90Q
44.2tl9.S2
4C.2ar.
7"
3.r.7.i
2.7S3
462.000 .
275
ie.5sts
3.390
24.864
11.000 -594.25
184.184.4.".
.r.88.18S.97
127
2.301
994
1.14l!
.1.X50
117
2X7
41104
19
822
121
12,4:!2
5.7S0
100
S9
Total $2.94.736..".2
MARICOPA COUNTY.
:79.m
Acres of land 3 24-1.214
Impovemcnts 3S2.413.4l
Patented mines
and improve
ments " 6.20tl
Town and cltj
lots 2.4&1.889
Improvements 1.504 (81
. Horses, range 20.175
Hoises, work 101.010
Hoises. stallions 1.400
11
14.0C4
1.S62
2.8X
19
243
12
10.271
Mules 6.125 1.23
Asses 605
Cattle, range
and stock 16:1,310
Cattie. beef 1.020
Catt'e. milch
cows li)6.530
Cattle, bulls S.870
Sheep 19.875
Ooats 674 33 1-3
Swine 6.201 40.V
51
4.271
242
9.903
2.06
97.09 Miles railroad.
standard gaug 635.514.59
All other
prop' rty 831.369
Total J9.578.CS1.00
MOHAVE VoUNTY.
tlvated land
improvements
1-3 Patented mines
Imp.ovements
Town and cliy
lots j
Improvements
Horses, range
Hoists, work
llors.s. saddle
Horses, stallions
M ules
Asses
Cattle, range
and stock
Cattle. b?ef
Cattle, milch
(rows
Cattle, bill's
Sheep
Goats
Swine
Miles railroad,
narrow gauge
All other
property
930.44 Acres of land 2.145
Improvements 2.065
42.SS3.25 Actes of rail- '
road land 8.5., .04
III Patented mines 99.8J1.60
Improvements - 77.135
Improvements
cn unpatented
mints 5o.r.8J
732 Town and -city "j
lots 43.318.70 j
Improvements 90.133 j
733 .Horses, range . 15.060 j
241 Horses, work 12.030 -j
741 Horses saddle 23.935 j
. 2 Horses, stations 125 . :
2S Mu'es 980 j
20 Asses 100 !
l-,2of, . 4'aitle. tange . J
and stock 122.030 1 52 ' j
120 Cattle, milch ;
cows 2.400
4 Cattle, bulls 100
2.828 Sheep 5.636
2.400 Goats 4.800 !
21 Swine .63
107
SSI Miles railroad,
standard gaug?
All other
p: op.-rty
269.702.30
200.17S.56
M.032. 807.40
Less widows
ex. mptions
10.115
T.-tol $1,022,692.41
NAVAJO COUNTY.
114.912.09 Aires of land 137.456.04 25.3'
Improvements 23.9i-4
72l.42S.57 Acres of rail
road land 144.2S3.7l
Town and city
lots 107,146
Improvements 227.690
1.702 Horses, range 17.020
444 Horses, work 17.760
463 Hort-es. sad.i'e 9.260
9 Horses, stallions 450
32 Mules 960
76 Asses . 380
2.871 Cattk. range
and stock 34.452
372 Cattle, milch
cows 7.440
72,r.l0 Sheep 143.020
209 Goats 1.045
125 Swine 6iS
.133 Miles railroad.
standard gauge 142.S87.50
All other
property 279,384.93
Total
1 .317.186.18
PIMA COUNTY.
C7.C65
17.208
Acres of land
Improvements
Acres of land
grants
Improvements
Patented mines
Improvements
Improvements
on unpatented
mines
Town and city
lots
169.537.60
87.458
8.6(14 II
2.000
68.360
6.S50 "
205
10.700
758.885
Tnipioviments 1.031.454
Horses, range 20.886
Horses, work 21.475
Horses, sadd'e . 15.760
Horses, stallions- 1.183
Mules 3.325
Aeses. 94
Cattle, range
and stock 211.438
Cattle, milch
ows 5 73
Cattle, bulls 4 S00
Sheep - 9,?4t
Goals ' 1S4
Sw ine ' - ' 120
Miles railroad.
Stundsrd gauge 453.640.86
All other
property ; 633.874
1.852
813
78
?9
133
16
24.127
260
217
4.6-0
8'i
40
64.7
2.S
Total
'3.576.S93.4G
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Homestead Entry No. 2475.)
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Tucson, Arizona.
Sept. 16. 1901.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
Iowing-named settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof In
support of his claim, ami that said
proof will be mnde before the Clerk of
the District Court at Phoenix. Arizona,
on Saturday. October 26. 1901. viz.:
James R. Norton of Buckeye. Arisona.
for the N. 14 N. E. and N. y, N. W.
V Sec. 33. T. 1 N P.. 2 W., G. A S. R.
B. & M.
He names the foliowlns witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.: I
Thomas J. Levy. David Harer. and i
William R. Beloat of Buckeye. Arizona,
and John R. Norton of Phoenix, Ari
zona. MILTON R. MOORE.
Register.
First Publication September IS, 1901.
Fifieid & Gallagher
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
AND SUPERINTENDENTS
Estimates Fumifbed Rooms 11-12-13
O'Neill Building H. . Ilox 573,
J'hot-tnx, Arizona.
Jo Fifleld
Geo. 11. Gallagher
HAVINO POKCHASEDTHE. .
Meat Markets I
of !. H. Wheeler, next rtonr tn the P.O., I hid
i--ii4T.repreii ti.Mti tvr to twive Hie ihiIiIkm
wiia lte tal of meat In Arixoim. Cokte sn1
JL. WKir.JCR, Proprietor ,
Formerly of Centn-r Ktrpet Maikt.
1
Rurrfan Pilii 1 "" oldest inth.- it. kh-
UaiUCII Will joys Hie bj t tau(tiii Willi
DfietOlirdnt lrHlr-Mien. Iny ereryiWiu;
nCdldUlduli SI s(w.t cash prie, nu.l gives
Ihe Lest -'" ee-iir inel. rriirvt. riems for
fiimiliei. Tickeu t.-j0. Siog'e Meals ti cents.
Tuck, Hlng & Co.
21 . Waibiuitoa St.. East of Jacobs & Co
i$.5.00 to $18.00 a Week;
salary for an Intelligent man or woman
in each town. Permanent position. 30 j
cents per hour for spare time. . Manu- 1
facturer. Box 1102. Chicago. ' !
Cheap Rates
Santa Te s
ummcr
Route
Excursions
To places, on dates
rates as below:
and at
FLAGSTAFF
- Every Tuesday;
days
limit, 60
J1S 20
GRAND CANON
Every Tuesday;
days
limit,
CO
...23 10
PASSENGER SERVICE
From IRON SPRINGS
On Monday. September 9th..
the S. F. P. & P. will put a
special coach on train No. 2.
which leaves Prescott at 11:20
a. ni., rrasses Iron Springs at
12:33 p. m. and reaches Phoe
nix at 7:10 p. m. This coach
is for the accommodation of
the Iron Sprinss campers.
. Everything possible will be
done to make the trip as pleas-,
ant as possible.
IL. M. LA fN 131 S4.
Acting General Agent
Dr. Slayton days:
The English Kitchen keep
their cook room In absolute
clean condition and the quality
of their food, together with good
service, entitles them to liberal
oatronnge.
YOUll MONEY'S WORTH EVERY TIME
1 .
Is what you get when purchasing your foods at this store. Good weight, high
quality and low prices has made F. Grlebel's the purchaslnjr center for the
thrifty and for those who appreciate su perior grades of Coffee, Teas, Canned
Goods, Cereals, Flour and Meats. "Live and let live" Is our motto and we live
up to It. -
FRANK GRIEBEL,
TELEPHONE 43 218-220 W. WASHING TON ST.
a!S!ai!ssj
C DinMCL: DO -
ceries, Provisions,
f 1 . 0..17rt
iuiuiut uuuunca, otuucuaKcr v asrons ana car
riages, which we will sell at bedrock prices. -We
also made another reduction on our closing out
t f y- . t s a.
saie 01 t,iotning, noes,
furnishing goods, etc., etc.
I
T. W. CHAMBERLAIN
Lumber, Lime, Cement, Doors and Sa?h Mouldings,
Building Materials, Boxes, Etc.
Office and Vard, Corner Heconil Jk.vm. and Jackson street
THE YALLEY LUMBER CO.
Rcdvood, Oregon 1 Pine and Arizona
Moalduigi, Cement ud
P. CORPSTt N. ManaffP.f I
STANDARD IRON WORKS
MLiing, Milling and Machinery Castings, Structural
Jrtn'and Mel Cottractoru.
Srcond-Hlnd Machinery Boaght andaold'' fosiofflcs Box 4a
36 Nassau St. t New Yorkl
4U Mate St. -- Boston, Mass.
FISK & ROBINSON,
BANKERS
AND DEALERS IN INVESTMENT
SECURITIES
Deposit accounts of banks, bankers,
firms and individuals received, subject
to sight draft. Interest allowed n
balances. Correspondence Invited from
corporations, trustees and other con
servative Investors. Orders on the
New York Stock Exchange execute
on commission for casn.
' HARVEY EDWARD FISK.
GEORGE H. ROBINSON.
Members New York Stock Exchange.
: H -
ESTABLISHED ISM.
'I MR
Prescolt National
Rank prescott,
UaiSAin ARIZONA
CAPITAL PAID IN 100.0u3
SURPLUS AND PROFITS 50.0)
FRANK M. MURPHY. President.
MORRIS OOLD WATER. Vlce-Pres.
HENRY KINSLEY. Cashier.
C. t). ELLIS. Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS: Frank M. Murphy.
Morris Goldwater. Henry Kinsley. Tl.
N. Fredericks, John C. Herndon, E. I:.
Garc D. M. Ferry.
Accounts of individuals, firms anO
corporations solicited on favorable
terms.
The National Bank ot Arizona
Phoenix. Arixoim
I'.M'I'I'AI. I'AID If SHM.WM
Kl'Kl'Ll'S 23.IKSI
hit II. CA.VZ, President.
SOL LEWIS. Vice-President.
S. tim'RKKI.llKlv. Cashier.
JOHN J. SWEENEY. Asst. Cashier.
DIRECTORS: Kmll c.anz. Sol 1-ewiH,
J. Y. T. Smith. Charles Goldman. 8.
berfeldci-. Edward Eist-le. Joseph I
i naineimer.
COIiUESJ'ONDENTS: The Bank of
California, tsan Kranclsco: Laidlaw
Co.. New York: National Bank of
commerce, St. .Ioulet National Bank
of Commerce, Kansas City: Ftrt Na
tional itank. Chicago: Colorado Na
tional f'ur.k. Denver: Farmers' ami
Merchants' National Bank. Los An
geles: consolidated National Bank.
Tucson: Bank of Arirona. Prescott:
Missr?. N. M. Rothschilds & Sons.
ixiniroii.
The Valley Bank
OF PHOENIX. ARIZONA
PA II UP CAPITAL Slcin.inn
SURPLUS 25.0U0
31. i iir.iri i. president.
J. C. KIRKPATRICK. Vlee-Pres.
W. 1. I't'l.WII.ER. Cashier.
LLOYD !l. CHRISTY. Asst. Cashier.
Uraft issued on wll of the irnior
tnnt cKies of the United States and
r.urope. jiscount. commercial imMkr
arm iiu a Kellerui nanK.ng l.usiness.
Office hours: a. m. to 3 p. m.
11 RECTORS: M. If. Sherman. Win.
Chrisiy. E. J. Bennitt. J. C. Kirkpat-
n. k. i-. i . naicii. . jj. i- ulwiler.
Lloyd It. Christy.
CORRESPONDENTS: "American
Exclianire National Bank. New York:
American Exchange National Bank.
Chii-apo; First National Bank. Los
AnKeies: Bank of Arizona. Prescott.
Arizona: The Anglo-CaUfornia Bank.
San Francisco, CaL
Madame Carhart Says:
I have patronized several of
the restaurants In Phoenix and
I have found the English
Kitchen gives the best variety
and the best service of any.
Ths English Kitchen Restaurant
Tom Oo. Uft-ST I. First str.t
Established in I874-We car-
rv the lareest line of Gro- &
Hardware. Imolements and $
1 1- r l i : 1 r- ?i
uar-
0
-. veil .iuaiug UUI
GOLDMAN & G
LUMBER CO.
Dealer
in
Jobbers and
Dealers
in .. .
Lnmbjr. Donrii, Sh Blinds and
Lime 'Puene 1 -
Oor 0tr .nd X-diion Stroti
Phoenix, Arisona,
Manufacturers
' of
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