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The Arizona Rppablican PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA. PUBLISHING CO. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. . . ' The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes in Ari zona. Publication office: S6-S8 Bast Adams street. Telephone No. 47L. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mall matter of tbe second class.. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year... Weekly, one year Cash in advance. ..19.00 .. 2.00 BY CARRIER. Dally, per month .1 .75 uniqnT- PHOENIX, ARIZONA. SEPT. 29. 190L Flora the day of Dewey's victory, and especially since the cession of the Philippines to this PACIFIC country by the treaty CABLE of Paris, it has been ASSURED. recognized that one of the moet needed fac tors In developing1 commerce between the mainland and the Islands Is a cable from, the Pacific epast to Minila. In President McKinley's great speech at Buffalo, which seems now to have been delivered in the prophetic, spirit of a farewell address, emphasis was laid upon the importance' of having at the earliest possible moment aa American-owned cable to those far-away Islands. Sooner than the president had hoped for comes the news that the catjle la assured. Air. John W. Mackay of the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, announces that he has made arrangements to lay the cable, and that the work will pro ceed without delay. Only a fiw days ogo we had the news from General Chaffee at Manila that the lnterinsular system of telegraphs and cables in the Philippines had been completed, and that it is now possible to have elec tric communication among all the isl ands from the southern end of Bongas to the northern end of Luaon, over our own American wilres, without having to make use of any foreign linio. Mr. Mackay's announcements is a welcome supplement to General Chaffee's ad vices. It Is also stated that the new Pa cific cable will be laid without a gov ernment subsidy.. Sooner or later con gress would, of course, tak3 the neces sary steps for the laying of the pro posed cable, tout Mr. Mackay evidently has a keen realization of the slow pace at which the government moves in such matters. A great argument In favor of government ownership or at least a subsidy .which, would command nominal rates for the government was the fact that the greater proportion "of the business over the new line for ome . years to come will be govern ment business, and that the govern ment has already paid out vast sums In cable tolls. Tn one year the cost of cablegrams to army offlctals In the Philippines footed up the great total' of $325,000, while the cost of commer cial messages to Japan ty way of Eu rope was estimated at $500,000 a year. ' Mr. Mackay states that his cable will cheapen the cost of communication with the Philippines some 60 per cent. Mr. Mackay Is proudly considered by our people as a. product of the great west, and the whole Pacific coast coun try will take pride In the thought that wis new and great undertaking Is to be carried through, by a western man. It Is announced that the farmers of the 6au Joaquin and Sacramento val leys In California- have determined lo make a concerted, effort to break the strike eff the 'grain-handlers at Port AI,.0!CP To rafters. I 3.E1 til mOtllGr Of" five children," writes Mrs. S. E. Rose, of Big Otter, West Va., "and have been as high aS C'ht dayS in the doctor's j Hands, : and never less than two days with any child until the last. Then I had used two bottles of Dr .. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and was only two honrs in the hands of the doctor." Or. Pforom'a fmrfla FVoaerfpf Am to srMtavf'a mwdlcinm. It ema f of thm womanjr arsms, t Im a troffsferfv fndlofnm torn ntoth , mmklna thm baby' adrcni pradhjmlly pafnamm mud ulwlnm mbmmdmmt mtrmnfpH fo nurmm and whs. thm eh lid. Costa tomorrow, " In order that the long-delayed .movement of the1 wheat of California to market may be begun. It Is hinted that If the strikers are de sirous of troub'.e they can be accom modated. It will be a unique spectacle if a bunch of farmers can break a strike when all other . efforts have failed.. The fact that there was no material disturbance In the "business world by reason of. the change CONFIDENCE fn the - national ad- INN . ministration is admlra- ROOSEVBLT. My. explained' ty the. Financial Chronicle "It is a noteworthy fact that neither the announcement that President Mc Kinley c.uld not live nor his subse quent death has had any disturbing effect on business affairs, notwith standing that when the news came that he had been shot there was al most & panic on the Stock Exchange, and the other leading markets suffered a material setback. Severat changes In conditions have caused this differ ence in influence. The suddenness of the stroke and enormity of the origi nal calamity were Just suited to un nerve the nation. No one was In the least prepared for any such event; it should not cause surprise that it proved to be a staggering blow. If the business situation had not been abnor mally strong, the result at that time might have been easily and widely dis astrous. The later developments were also a great disappointment, for the hope of the recovery of Mr- MoKinley had been daily strengthening: but at the same time the public was in a measure prepared for the worst. The Improvement In the outlook of the money market was also and cf Use'f a favoring influence of great -weight. During the past week any borrower really needing money and having se curity to offer, could readily supp'y himself. Then. too. there was the set tlement of the steel strike, which helped o strengthen 'confidence. "But mere important than all else was the altered feeling with reference to the incoming administration. At first there was an undefined fear that the change meant a more aggressive and less conservative policy. When the public had time to think. It re membered that the new president had conducted himself in every official po- ' sttion be had ever fU'ed with nor? : than usual credit. Moreover, he has since President McKinley's death put to flight all fear by his wis? and frank announcements and the decided way In which he has carried them out. On taking the oath of office he said: 'It shall be my aim to continue absolutely ; unbroken the policy of President Me Kinley for the peace and prosperity cf our beloved country." Immediately ; thereafter he requested the members ' of the cabinet to continue In office, and on Tuesday, the day of the obse nuies at Washington, at a conference ' with the full cabinet, he repeated this request, and added that he desired the appointments to stan-i In the same sit uation as if he had made them origi nally. Besides these, he stated that his purpose would be 'the use of ccncilia tary methods of arbitration In all dis putes with foreign nations so as to avoid armed strife.' In brief, we may eay that he has for the time being by his actions and words put every fear as to our foreign relations and our flnancfs the two' particulars respect ing which sensitiveness had been felt absolutely at rest." j The country has learned with pleas ure that General Funston has passed successfully through a necessary oper ation for appendicitis. Had- that gal lant 'little soldier succumbed to a. sur geon's knife after braving death in a hundred forma in Death Valley- in Alaska, in Cuba and in the Philippines, It would have been a. most unjust freak cf the fates. Other incidents of these interesting times may have crowded Funston out of the public mind, but it is not forgotten that be practically Drought the war In the Philippines to an end, when he cap tured Agulnaldo. Cecil Rhodes is figuring In the courts of Cape Town just . now, .protesting against the valuation of his Grange estate there, which was placed fey -the assessors at 3140,000. As. Mr. Rhodes is one of the wealthiest ram In the British empire, his - follow citizens at home who are grumblinsly putting up the expenses for a, war brought on them by Mr. Rhode and his associ ates, are not likely to look upon, this picturesque 'example of taxdodging with warm approval. A memorial to the late Senator Ste phen M. White. In the f.rm of a life sized etiiitue la to be erected In one of the parks of Los Angeks. It Is to be opeci tnat ,he sculptor will have bet ter lucK than most ol his fellows have had In attempting to give, us statue likenisses of our great, men. and that the ghost of California's honored sen ator will have no occasion to walk In anguish at sight of a caricature. Dr. ' Ament. the celebrated Chinese nUsslonary. who crossed pens', with wwh x mil, tytf tout in - cuuecung the S3 1-3 per cent premium they were following the Chinese law. It seems to be the practice of missionaries to catch the Chlnajnan 'both coming and going.' "When It suits their, purpose to fol.ow the law of clvllatlon, all light; but when the Chinese law fits their case better, that goes. Senator Wellington. Is now explain ing tiat he was not quoted correctly in the reported statement of his com ments on the assassination of Presi dent. McKinloj. Perhaps that is truj. It Is. unimportant, as against the fact that the 2nator within the last yecr did his share , of the vituperation of McKinlcy and in the creation of sen timent which found expression !n the bullet of Csolgoss. . . It in announced th;:t Iher will ba a mass meeting in Phoenix "Tuesday af ternooii and at Glcndale Tuesday evening, for the purpose of discussing Destroy tfie Cause, you Remove the Effect Newbro's Herpicide kills the dandruff 'g-erm which, causes falling hair, " and, finally,' baldress. No other hair preparation kills the dandruff germ. Stop dan druff, there'll be no falling, hair, no baldness!. DlCKIKKO. N. P., Vor. S, "SSL nave been usitm Ili-rplrld. and have tiiwd nbout one-thiril oi a tfl bottlr. aud ftmt that it does nil, and even mow , Ulan y.n chum tor It. It not only cleans lite acalp f rolu d&n rtrulf aivt prevents the hnlr from tailing out, hut promotes a new growth, ilave only need the quantity mentioned, and have mote l.utr on mvliead than I haveZutd for yearn. lalao find uuu it fcocpa Uw hair soft and gioMy. EDWAJin VoDD, .. F07 Sale at all Flrst-Clau Drug Stores. the proposed subsidy to the sugar-beet company-. There, should be a general attendance at both meetings. All the facts obtainable should be brought out. In order that the proper conclusion may be reached. The Eale .t $20,000 of 5 per cent- school bonds by the county supervisors to the Valley tank yesterday at a premium -cf $2,000. was a notable event ( in the history of Maricopa . county. No j better evld.nce could be had as to the j high credit which Arizona securities J now enjoy in the financial markeis. u-oing me rounds there is a para- rraph e;ating that' General Miles Is fond of reciting pot-try to the people he meets. At -last it is known why Gtrcnimo made such lonj-continucd nnd frantic endeavors to escape falling Into the general's hands. As everybody must have suspected, the "mys.erlous foreigner, with a box under his arm" who was arrested by the able secret service . Sherlock Holmeses f.-r Inquiring the way to the Whit House, turns out to have been merely a kodak fiend. WHO OWNED IT? Livery Stable Keeper Gets Into Trouble Through His Prudence. 'One of the best stories tn.it I kiuw." i ( rai-J the fat man In the chair by the, window, "is on the well known and highly esteemed Portland man. Joe i Sawyer, in the auld Hang syr.e. I "One day, so the story Roes, a stran ger dropped into Joe's livery stable in Portland and asked for a nice hitch to be used by him around Portland for th.? next few days. No one recognized the man, and it was but natural that there should be some objections and some r-rel'minary. It so happened that tha; man wan an old resident of Portland, and that he was a man of large wealth, who was back into the old home again to see the scenes of his youth. But no one knew this, and the- talk finally sifted down to the proposition, that the stranger made In reply to Sawyer's re mark that as he didn't know him he would have to have some sort of Buar-i Anl-y' f What s the price of this team?' " 'Five humlred dollars. " 'I will pay for It. and If it Is unin jured, wy, then, you will have no cause to worry, will you?' I "Joe was agreeable, and he put the money into his safe, and the man drove ; off with the team. They saw him around town with the team ait of the week, sometimes off for two or thre days, and a-sain back Ira the stable fir the night. Finally the stranger came In after eight or ten days and delivered up the team for good. It was found to be in the same condition, and so Joe vent along to the safe anil took out the five hundred and passed It over. "The stranger put it Into his pocket, buttoning- his coat, said oi or two pleasant things about the horses, and went out. "He hadn't gone far before Joe re membered something he hadn't g.it any pay for the hire of the hitch. Call ing to th? man. the man came back. 'See here.' said Joe, "you haven't paid me for my team the' hire of it, I mean. ' " 'I haven't had your team.' " 'Wh-hat's that? Haven't had my team? Whose team have you had?' " 'My own. Didn't I buy and pay for it, atwl haven't you just bought it back? Didn t you Just say that the team whs juy.t as good vb It was when I took it, and worth just as much money? Didn tr yon ay that you were satislled?' " 'Yes.' ald Joe, "but you have had the use cf the horsos all this time.:' " 'True,' was the reply: 'but you have bur the use of five hundred dollars n'l this time, too. One offsets the other'" And the stranger went out, while oil the stable loungers rolled out of their chairs with lnughter. ' "The next day the stranger came la and paid Joe liberally for the team hire, for the entire time, and said that the trade was fully as good as the hit h nnd that was raying a good deal." Lewiston (Me.) Journal. "cnera::y a woman thinks buying railrcad ticket retjuiifs.. as - mui-h ex perience and Investigation at buylni; railroad Ftoc-ks and bonds. IIMDIO LANDS in Flv- ernicle ('Aii'or"'. lilr fi'iwin? wt-Ii of pro. nft --- Kl'li ."lltreni 'nil. .Vcnr v. R . wrca Water. Enr'U-tr p'-rwlnfin? laiM in tJ. M. I'lillmiied icurkcu. No Com-tltion. i'or ai- hy . . H. W. COTTLE 42 CO. 5f58 Bnildlnr. - Inieln. fal: Hsnrj Alters raeific Coast t Renil for fitnloir . Kit 1 line poul trv um II a. Mb & Main Street. L- Angelca, Calif. fact mow uce. Why Pay Rent when you can buy a"- '. HOME upon , pay ment of SO. 00 to 3SS.OO per month 1C0 acre ranch for. rent, 60 acres in alfalfa. ... ... . Rooms and houses for rent. If you have property for sale or rent list it with R. H. BREENE No-'Sl. North First Ave. . I LITTLE JAMES The City Council sez to Itself "Times is pretty Dull an' I gess we better, Get Things a Movin' a little Faster. Lc' Move th Block agin." "wnere'll wo move It to This Time?" -asts Wun. "Oh, It don't make no DliZernce" - sea! another. "Jlst so we Move It. If we let It Stay Too Long in Wun Place it git Stagnant an' Offensive to its Nabors. It Jlst needs a little -Stlrrln' Up now an' then fer its Own Good." "An' now." sez anothern, "Is the moa' Proplshus Time to do it. Therm Ital- yun Magnanimuses has Rebelled acinic th' City Goverment an' De-fide th" Po leece. We'll Jist Take this Ocashun to- show them Dependents of th' Seisers 'at they's a Difference Between Feenix an' Roam." "But." sez Anothern, "if we Strike th' Magnanlmuses, we're Shure to Hit some of our Own Frens' too. Lea' Jlst Pass a law Expellin' th' Magnanlmues from th' City Limits. It wont be no Harder fer ua to do it, 'an It was fer us to Fix the Lungers. We kin pass a Ordience makln' It a Felony fr either one of th' Mag.tanlmuses to Spit, er Wink er Speak out loud Inside i th. mock. ve In make a Ordience "at they'll haf to bs disinfected. Twlct a Dav an' they wor.t S:ay Ion?." "No. thst wont Do." sez Mr. San der: "th" only way we kin git Red o" th' Magnanimuses Is to tear up. th' Block Rut? an' Bronch. Of Course. ! we can't help Manglln' our Frens too but we kin Bind up their Woonds aft r th' Magnanimuses Is Killed Off. They's other Reesnns why th' Off Color Femaiis 'at lives In th' Block oh'd be Dispersed." - "Eut where kin we Disperse 'em to?" asts Councilman Jame Schutiea: "If they can't Live In th' Block they can't Live Nowheres in th' City Limits an' th' last Arizona Congress passed a law at tney couinn x i,ive nownere t-rui- siae. unis tosnu. jcvie quescnun is too menny fer me." "We don't Expect to Drive 'em out of Town," sez Councilman Sanders; 'Kllt -n-A rinn'l want - (Znv .-. . I .. ; ... , . I m ucii mcj tjeciiun Lumm on. an i we aint none too Solid with th' Voters I Nohow. What I'm In favor of Is Re- j towrln" th'Hilibrum of Feeniz like it i, t3,.V lnlth' V001 OI' ?ay." Wnea riiKy jvinu ni a. woman cnum live any- I wnere sne fieasea -an aiovea in tn Dest society. sence then a raulse Moddisty has Sprung up till th' Kind of Femaiis we're Proposin to Legislate fer (rot Ostrichlxed. I'm In Favor of Puttln' all Wlmmen on a livle agin. If we brake down th' Barriers whloh Confines th' Wlmmen to th" Block so as 'at Ihsy kin git out an' Mingle with their Sisters, fer Gawd is th' Father of all of 'em, Feenix want be so Lop Sided as It Is now. Jlst now th' South "West corner Is Saggm' Down Tords Hell while the North Side Is so Darn Good it Hurts. If we kin git some of th' Off Color Femaiis lo- ratf.i TTn ltAtr n lrr tr Waahlnirtin an- come of -em on Adam, a. - Monro fitrert n n' S-imo In TtanK.tT'a r -. , ,h- Avenoo. n' In Cnoi.; 'an Churchill's Addiahuns Sin '11 be swallered up in Respectability an" Res pectability 'II have a Pane In it Stummick an' 'II be Toned Down mure Humble." "I gess Mister Sanders is about Rite." sez James Schutzen. "Feenix has been gettln' so much Respectability TatHiy 'at it's been Turnln' up Its Nose at th' City Ouverment." "Yes." sez Wun: "If we can't Brin Ourselfs up to th' Levle of our Con stltuence we mua Bring "era Down Jo Ourn." - : . . LITTLE JAMES. Have you a ense or fullness in the region of your stomach after eating? If so you wl.i be benefited by using Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets. They also cure belching and sour stomach. They regulate the bowels, too. Price, 25 cents. Sold by Elvey & Hulett. POINTS ABOUT PEOPLBL Governor Geer of Oregon Is a lover of fine horses. He has given a great deal of time to this fad and is now salt! to be Ihe best Judge of horses in- th state. - Rev. John Spurgeon. father of the fa mous nroachor. recently, on the occa sion of his 31st birthday. laid the- foun- ran"" nione oi an extension of th Sm,ll..-nrii'nnln:n.l.,.i. i. . ... u.ni. iiiiuvii in ji.int land. Me 1s a ConKreirationalUit ao.r probably the oldest livlmr member ot the sect. Ex-Judge Logan Bleckley of Charlea ville. Ga.. who attended the Universltv of Georgia last term In order to brush" up on mathematics, will become a atu dent attain next term. He has- solved th mathematical problem In which. hs waa interested, and Is In search of in formation now on other topics. 7 1 t- A T." n . r. . . I - - ..... ,'!. uir; new premier or. Hoiianu, is described as one , of. th i broadest minded and. stroneest Intel lectual forces of Queen Wllhelmlna domain. was made an LL, D. of . Princeton unlverrlty In 1898, and It waa through his influence that a free uni ' verslty. controlled by Uie PtAte, was -founded In Amsterdam several years ago. J Dr. J. V.. E. Jonas, who has been -.,- ' nscted with the German department of I. Purdue university. Indiana since lRB. t has been chosen as the successor of tlia late Prof. Alonzo Williams at the head of the German department In Rrnwn j university. Prof. Jones graduated from the University of Wisconsin n It-fill r,,. I. . . . ins a. jm, irom tliu sanu inttitulion. in 1899 he i-eceived the de gree or Ph. r. Irom the University of Chicago- . Love and poetry ered by" facts. are seldom liamp- r.os 'AjNTG-eljEjs. Tho Busy Corner. Fourth and LOS ANGELES This Store is Noted ail over tho great southwest es Lcs Angsles "Bargain Mart." Tou can trade at tl Broad way just as well as though you lived In Los Angeles and make a handsme saving on cvery : article you purchase. ' Tou ore only as far from . thl3 busy store as the nearest letter box. MAIL TOUR ORDERS. We are the only mail order house in the southwest, and have the be3t . equipped mail order department on the Pacific Cast. If you haven't one of our catalog's send for one to day. " sell Everything V CENTRAL 13S South Spring Street. ft MRS. Our Illustrated iy at bo ui as you GUT FLOWERS! a.it frfai rZJLtfTxrazea -mtssg;. THE MM nd p-ir. rtte fot nir u' plat 0 D. WHITNEY & SONS, Hotel Brunswick Sml First-clast Family Hotel, choice local ity; newly refitted. Large Bunny oonas; terms reasonable. Special QiVKi prices ty the week. V, p, Mansfield, PiBp. -t DON'T FORGET! Chops, etc., call on known Cafe on the Pacific Coast. RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED DRUGGISTS. o. GO. RrssiAS KVMYH8 Mall orders a pecialty. IMU.F FKESK. ATTENTION, Sportsmen! ACC0BD10N PLAITING XleSK ii THE CRITIC -Roosevelt's Works, "ss:? ss.oo int Kmuiir price won save Stoll & Thay r i photo . . . . , About Oct 1 THE BR0WN.SBEE6ER HOME SCHOOL OF DHOB RAND A Business Training School fur both graduates tills last year, and ail in positions. W'e riia any line ot worK. irom an ordinary oflice r. " uLin. rcin-ua may apply to me HidiirshprpM- ci.h,mi and receive any " kinrl of expert instruction desired. We have more positions for young men than we can till. Thirty-five new pupils en--tered in September, .making present enrollment 125. Thorcugh Instruction in all butim-ss forms. A thorough course of lesal 6t;-nographl- work. Send for new catalogue.. 953 West Seven-: h Street. AGUA CALIENTE. HOTEL MODESTI new. lyon's French Periodical Crops nSii pr Vr?c, ft' t'?rIUy harmlcs. sure to accomplish DESIRED RESULTS. Greatest known female remedy. Beware of connterfolts and lmlttlon. Tho cnnniiu, I. i. , . . ftlllTIftH Beware of counterfeits and Imitation.. on i"s:mllo sisimtnro on -alda of tho boi tie ti.ua- J i lr'"Tl v"r" ula, WIIAIAJU Mj-O. Go, Sol. Awn CloTelaaiot." 3S . YOTt S I.EBY HI'V 1. ViV 1t' ih Tn n'lTP nni-i-ipiLjrn Bl.Cj ll.. L.. lil.AU. L' i - 1 (J-DATL. DIJUiOlST. I j1 J RAWHOOD RESTORED!r5,up,Bi,,' I t 3? JU i, t MVr'i r,?..', -"'ia. .Vr.o.. IM-bllU" a-TTTpl. joo rw:r"arnall vj?ae orean ; Hrwnfc r""err3 ai nni'-u' ?l'l.?7.Tr"r" ?i r"Z,JZ r.V r SiS Jii- am-...', tu nm -.:t Caar jir-v. -va Tivcn anil mrti benl rorKiLtp: clr-!i: ltio..,i,l a. For sale by Ben L. D roodwa y Oldest and Largest Cut Flower Store i Southern Calif rnia. Flowers packed for shipment. Fine Kedondo t'arna- ior.s, Roses. Violet3. - Lilies Sir.ilax. Choice Potted House Plants. . . " PARK FUORALt CO., Loh Angeles, Cal. NflTIGK HOUSE LOS ANGcLES, CAL RATKS: 1.2". to3.-0per day. Latter with pt-ivate bahs. Booms 5 o up. The most ppul-rhoiuw ia I-os Angeles for Arizona people. H-. just added a jhird story and do contains 175 romne, all newly iur--ih0, with runmns; water md eievator ' Tinny suite with private baths. Free Bus To and From All Trains n. b. coksxk focbth axd Hill Stbsbts. Entrance, SCO S. Hill. Furnished new throughout; new management; free baths; hot and cold water; electric ligha; can to all points Convenient to restaurants and all places of ln tereit. Booms 11.50 to 33.50 per week. L. E. HARTMAN, Prop. Trunk Catalogue ci',1 ?,".?.: SfK ; coaM ia a-ir Complete lexcriptioii su3i froaih ODTinjj street While on your visit toj Los Angeles for the best Fish, Oysters Steaks the'best Ill W Third St. 231 So. Broadway, opposite 0?itj Ball . Manufacturers of Lacx' Califobni OPTIC1ST AND rBaOTICAL OPTICIAN. Even tented on premises anil prescrinttouN U11W1 aamt day ordered. Tel M IIM2 us South KpriDB Btreel .. rtistit Thx1i- niy work ou perajiy. K Jr, th" "lliir" Curio 8torf. o po-ite Vn VeatmiDEter Ilute'a Lrw Angelas, Cal MEH8Y. i uya and - .;r.I4.e Tele tin- i rlii. " u tc; lb oteveii'a ori J.60 94.BO, Co. BOOKSELLERS vND TAlIONERS. Ko H. Snrinv St Ii AnvfllM , Kodaks i iddi ice Developina; ww. aaaj. Btid Prlntlns we will remove u, our larfte new store J wnm Dnfimnij, 1.UM Angeles. AN'i TTPEWRITISv.' X.o Apgrel a. CaUrorrl vounir men ana vnnnw - 12. for onaition i, thr,- . .- 7. . Callente, Mricopa county Everything Excellent bathinir. Rates Rasnnalil .. Tho ennn fx" W I-r -nt am f.ronMM with Iram(Mlla. o. operation. Wi iaatlni.mli.iV A-i "tOT " a-- - f " nwmulrniKkm.nl Bar, Keystone Phariuacj-. . Th . Bashford - Burmister w . Company. whoi.culs d arrjjL dkaleks im Senaral Merehandlso Prssoott, Arlsons. AVre carry fall lines of everything. W.abave big store. We di a big business, but can do When in lTescott it will pleasa ut to nar6 you call and get acquainted GRISWOLD the bicycle man. Sella Rncyclea The best and easiest running 'Wheel on earth. Don't get - something else because they say it la lust aa good. BICYCLB TIRES : Best In the city for .t3.40. , ' Best Vim Self-Healing Tire for J2.75. A good line for J1.75. . Best Carbide 3 pounds for 25 cents. Most complete repair shop tn the city. Prices reasonable and work guar anteed. - . . -- Bargains. Four Tots An First Avenue.! Van BttTun, taju $500 , arrea Tinder r Tiy proved; alfalfa, booreana baru i . Maricopa. Canal; im- One hurHr d Phoenix. In nolle from laHa; tr rishta !?!.0...!f . $12,000 Grand W. J. MURPHY, O'Neill Block Gordon & Smithline Brick Manufacturers Common Press and Stock , Brick' . , South Third Street. Telephone to : j Cold Air Storage Market. S. J. TRIBOLKT 111-H6 E. Washingtcn St.. Opposite City Hail. Telephone No. 61. Havir.-g rebuilt and enlarged my Meat Market. Cold Storage Plant and Sausare Factory. I am better than ever prepared to please my customers I in every possible way. There is now j no better' equipped' market between Denver and San Francisco. I vi!I reopen my Meat Market October 1, 1901, in connection with an up-to-date ' Dalieatsasan and Product Dapartmant, end will handle DEUC.VTCSSEN OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. FISH AND I y-r x & .tu irjHri ironr tiie i-oasi everj day, LIVE AND DRESSED POUL TRY, GAME IN- SEASON, domestic 'and imported FRUIT and VEGETA BLES, PRODUCE and J Barbesuad Maats ef Alt KInd.,, -'( I will be glad to see all my old -as well as new customers ON THE OPENING DAY ana will give . to everyone a FREE SAMPLE OF BAR- " BECUED MEAT. . You will find anything eatable you tan fancy in my raark.t. I will keep only goods of first quality. Try me ant? get the best. Shipping orders will have my spec ial attention and- wholesale price lists will .gladly be furnished to the trade. Nothing Can' Please Him Better Than to serve your Husband ' with s good, prime no roast o." ueef for his dinner.-. When you are perplexed as jo what to get for a.nner. get roast beef: It- Is the good old standby and always acceptable to lovers of good eating. We have everything else In standard meats and delicacies, and no one can undersell us. P. T. Hurley.