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THE AUIZOXA REI UBLICAX : SUN DAY MOttNJ 'NO, " SEPTEMBER 9. 1901 :
SOUTH
J. C. LANE Y, Agent.
SUBSCRIPTIONS,
The Tempe National
OENBRAL BANKINQ BUSINESS
OFFICERS: C. G. Jones, President; A.C. Ozanne, Vice-President; W.' H. Wil
bur, Cashier.
DIRECTORS: C. CT. Jones, C Oxanne, J. W. Wolf, A. Bolton, M. E.
Curry. ;.''.'..
Plows and Harrows
We have the latest improved plows and
Narrows at the very lowest prices.
Tempe Hardware & Supply Company
FOR SALE ;
160 Acres Good Ranch, Tempe jTnnal,'' $6,000.- ' ; ''''
FOR RENT
S00 Acres for Cattle, Tempe Cairal. '
Town Lots ami Acre Propertv Flr Insurance."
W. A. BOLTON tc Co., Tempe, Ariz.
TEMPE
(
The annual election of the directors
'off the Tempe Canal company was hold
yesterday. It was quite a spirited
Salr, and the vote was clo?.-. J. V.
Woolf, I. V. Stewart and C J. Junes
were elected. Woolf and Stewart v. ith
A. C. Miller composed last year's boanl.
but Mr. Miller has sold out hi share
and so is no longer a stoekhold.: r.
Jones received 51 votes. Stewart 39, and
the defeated candidates were close be
hind. . ' . .
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders on the southern nranch of tru
Tempe canal at 1 o'clock p. m. not
Saturday, and of those on the wester! t
"branch at :! p. m. of the same day to
.transact necessary business.
Hyder Bros, bargain sale was a suc
cess and there was a crowd of satis1e.J
buyers. This enterprising firm was g.i
ing" to keep the customers on this side
of the river and seems to be succe:din.)
very w ell.
Clyde Stewart returned yester-J:iy
morning f. om a trip to California, he
looks well, and has evidently enjoye-J
his trip very much.
There were butT 500 Inches of water
5n the river at the-JjW izona dam yester
day. Ther: was a social party at the resi
dence of Mr. Barlow, atom two mi!e
tast of Tempe last Friday evening. A
itre numlw r of people were present,
and dancing was indulged in. Ks
cellent refreshments were served, af
ter which the guests departed. "
The Arizona Mercantile company
has received a shipment of linoleum,
rugs and art squares, and some of th
pretties couches ever shown in Tempe.
At th- citizens' meeting in C'jri's
ball last Friday night, much epiritcl
discussion of the proposed waterworks
bonds was indulged in. The large ma
jority of those present favored the
bonds, and very conclusive argument
in their favor were made. Nobody
was there but admitted that a water
works system was necessary but some
opposed municipal ownership. One or
the Readers of th opposition Rtat:-d
the best, and in fact the only prs.i-ti.cal'
n ay to get -waterworks was to let some
corporation put them in. and then when
"this corporation found it .was not a
paying proposition then the city couid
buy the sysjem for almost nothing. A
letter was Bhown showing the cky
council had communicated with a Mr.
Sturtevant of Chicago, and had ser.t
him an agreement, which he signed,
which obligated him to take the J."0.iK.d
bonds, if voted by th pe7ple, and to
construct the proposed - waterworks.
The surprise caused by its reading
was changed to amusement when it
was found that the letter had be n
written in August. 1899. before the vote
had been taken on the bond question
before. It was also proposed to issue
about 110.000 bonds only .which sum it
is thought will be sufficient to furnish
fire protection to the buildings on Mi l
Our Fall Goods Have Arrived.
Hats, Clothing. Dress Goods. Our Groceries are: the best in town and sold
at lowest prices. There is no excuse for going to Phoenix, for we will save
you money. See the display in our windows.
THE BOSTON STORE
J. Hyder & Brother, Proprietors.
Look For Our Hlffn
We have the best of facilities for i
shipping butter during hot weather, and Ljt
guarantee goods to reach destination In
good condition. Order Butter from our 1"
cold storage. Be sure your butter has jf
the Diamond brand. I
1 ' ." '
TEMPE. ARIZONA
ALFRED J. PETERS & CO., Incorporated
Proprietors
of Bs
Wholesale dealers ond shippers of
' hi TtV 7 N D O R m re .
Large Gjntracts a Specialty. Tempe, Ariz
Our' - Gar Has Arrived.
and we can show you a fine assortment ot Top lluggies, Road Wagons and
Surreys. If you want a Wagon or a Carriage call ahd Bee us. ' Remember all
of our Wagens and Buggies are guaranteed,
WilbflrMullen Hardware Company
MESA AEIZONA.
SIDE NEWS DIRECTORY
ADVERTISEMENTS. CHANGES, COLLECTIONS, ETC, PROMPTLY CASES EOS.
Bank
Tempe,
Arizona
TEMPB
arizon;
Butcher Paper
Is ail S'-me sarm.-nts are fir to be wrap
ped up in.
It's Bough
to pee wha ; ronie ieop!e :ail rusta.n
m:u1e work. Ask your neighbor about
MY fit an J wo; kman?h:p. Com? In
and lei's talk it over 'Zo.T'-'hcr. I cm
show yt,u soiiK'thinR to your a Ifan-ta-
. Quality, fit ar.;! vorkmanhij
guara r.:eid.
The Denver Tailor,
Tempo, Arizona.
avenue between Hayii-n's -mill and
public s.hool house hut It Is evident
that the taxpayers outside oT
this section would . oHjec t t
paying Tor protecting sormbtwly eles.
By the proposed syst:m every buildlr.5
In town will be protect.!. There wll!
be a hydrant near the Catholic chur;i.
and a 3-inch main will be "run down
Xormal stieet, with hydrants properly
located. The district nearer the busi
ness portion of town will have hydrsnta
in such position that the water can be
turrt-d on any house- from the hydrant
in ease of fire.
Prof. A. J. Matthews was in Phoenix
yest-rday where he attended a meeting
of the hoard of education.
The ladies of the Tempe reading room
will meet atrhe reading room on Tu'."f
day next at 3 p. in., for th? annual elec
tion of oiTlcers. All member are re
quested to be pre.'ent. Mrs. W. '..
DeVore. secretary.
Tiircri..tl & Holsapple have the on:y
perfcet cold storage on the south siu.?.
MESA
Mr. S. C. Sorensen of Lehi was a busi
ness visitor of Mesa today.
Mr. A. A. Wood. ;. M. Tiffany and
C H. Myers were business visitors in
Mesa today.
Mr. Sylvester drove in to Mesa from
his ranch IS mll-s southwest of here
today on business.
Air. Kimball and K. Pomeroy accom
panied by G. A. Fowler of Thoenix
went out into the nils east of here to
look at some mining property they
have that is very promising.
Bishop Jas. M. Home and family' an l
G. F. Kliiswoith and family returned
from a month's visit on the Gila Tues
day. TheyTeport a very pleasant tiro ?
and'are very much pleased with thelr
trip. While there Mr. Home visited
the adjoining mining camps. Clifton
among them, ami has words of pral.'t
for that prosperous country.
Lr. DeVore commenced his regular
trips to Mesa again this morning and
will continue to return on Fridays. Hr
had a nke summer outing, having spent
several months in the Mogollon moun
tains and now seemingly is as eager
to use his strength and skill on the
f. T. POMEROY, Agent.
Some Choice
City Lots
at a bargain.
. AI?o-t'holre Hanch Property with
wale: In the Tempe canal, and a mis
land fof rent. - Apply to
A. NIELSEN,
Tempe, Ariz.
Agent for the. New York Life' In
surance tympany.
innocent victims of "tooth dis rdcr" a
he Biyi In extracting the life from the
grlrzly bears common In those moun
tains. . Sypt. A. H. Fulton has spent the oast
two days vi.-it ling the schools at Alma
and 'Mesa districts, and thus far Is well
p!eas.-d with the condition he finds tho
south side schools in. He admit-:
looking somewhat older and worn stiue
the last visit, yet declares that the chil
dren still recognize him as the bl?
fat man."
The rooms recently occupied us a
millinery stoie are being i-leaned out
and fitted up for the Misses Hill of
Tempe who will put in a stork of mil
linery there the llrst of thf morth.
There wc a r.l-e though r.o: a larg;
cr wrt at ihe ta.l given at the Mesa
opiia house Friday night. The t-sua'
orchestra was augumente.l by Mr.
"tank on the guitai, and this uppmi-d
to he all that was lacking before to
make the muMc idtal. Fv.yfc-h.Kly hal
it. .crJ time.
A lai-go and appreciative audience
attended the fiUr m:dal con-. est held
Friday nij;ht In the IS.iptlst church,
under the auspices of the W. C. T. V.
of this district. T;e honors were car
ried off by Miss Hetiie Wallace, al
though ail :f the par-.s were well ren
dered and came In for Their share rf
app'ai-s.-.
Aft,?-- the invocation Mrs. W. n. Tel
ford ma-Je an address of welcome to
those pr-sen; and stit'd the object
Cf the contest was to interest the
young peo-Jlc. i-ar: icularly in the great
caus? of temperance, and to create a
rentiment favorable to the grejt m.ve
ameng all classes." She reftrrcd with
prld? to the fact that ::50.0f! young
people had taken part in these con
tests in the past twelve yearr. refer
ring to them as the aim of temper
ance. The followjg programme was
then carried out:
":met solo by Hev. Bird r.f Tempe:
licltation. "Teetotaler's Story." l.y
Ms Annie Kogers; recitation. "The
Bridal Win? Cup." by Delia Carrol:
vocal f lo. Pallie Wallace: recitation.
"The Fr.;jin:er's Story." bv Xel'ie
Duncan: cornet solo, by Uev. Mr.
Hir.l: recitation. Rurr's Tragelits."
by Mabel Hughes: quartet by Messrs.
W. H. Dorroan, leorgo Wilbur and
Misses Wilbur and Abel: recitation.
".Saved." by Miss Hester Wallace:
vocal s:'o. Miss Wilbur: recitation.
"Patriotic- Sons of Temperance," by
"arl Leebrick.
While the judges were deciding on
the winner Mfs-t Hughes entertalncJ
the audience with a comic poem that
trough; down the house.
Mis. K. W. Wilbur presented the
silver mida1 to Miss Hetti Wallace.
After the presentation a collection of
t was token up for the benefit of the
great cause.
Next week will furnish quite an In
teresting page In the history f the
justice -court of Judge 'McBrayer. We
are told that a bone fide case Is on
tfiTcket with lawyers on both sides and
plenty of excitement !s predlctel f.i
the onlookers.
You assume no risk wheu you buy
Chamberlain's Colic. Cho'era and Di
arrhoea Remedy. Elvty & Hulett will
refund your money if you are not sat
isfied after using it. t is everywhere
admitted to be the most successful
remedy In us for bowel complaints
and the only one that ne,ver fails. It
is pleasant, safe and reliable.
THE DAILY SERMONETTE.
I'nto him that hath shali be given,
and from .him that hath not shall he
taken away. Verily, if a man goetn
brck he Is In sore straits, for he shall
be a broker.
Even en.
He that hath no mazuma and pes
sesseth no shekels, and he that hath
not the simoleums. shall be supped
upon: - yea. even his neck shall be
broken. But he that hath much, veri
ly, he shall rrarh out and take more-,
for onto hlrn that hath betongeth all
that Is possessed by him that hath net
s'.nd' if he squeal, so shalt he be Jugged
for disturbing the peac because he
hjith rot that which the other fellow
loth taken away from him.
Therefore, oh, my children, keep !hy
sr lf In a condition of hath. What thou
poasessenh. hang onto like a btlndlc
pup surrounding the leg of the festive
tramp, and lend it out at interest, so
that thy money keep busy.. And If any
man cometh to thee and sayeth: I have
need of salt herewith to salt my pork,
verily, lend him the salt, but require
of him a mortgage on his wlf and on
all that he hath. So when the day of
School Books!
School Books!
And nil kinds of supplies for the
schools at lowest cash prices.
P. T. P0MEK0Y & CO.
veceuors to Pomeroy tt Meta.
OODK BUILDISO. HEIA.
PHoenii, Tempe & Mesa Stage.
Leaves Phoenix 8.30a. m.
Return on your own time.
flphon OtTo.
L W.COLLINS, Ttop.
reckoning cometh, rhait thou come into
possession of thy salt and also his porU.
und he shall go out mourning Into tiv:
land, but thy children shall rejoice.
And then rhait thou wax rich, and
jieopli- shall fall down and worship
thee on the highway and shine thy
shoes in the alley.
; Yea, even so. .
. o
MISS BARNEY TO WED.
Philadelphia Miss Laura Esther
Barr.ey, daughter of Mr. and Mr.
Charles I. Barney. Is to wed Henry
Miller Watts, on Saturday. October 3.
The ciremcny win take plame In St.
Paul's church. Ogoniz. It will be re
called that Miss liarney wag the recipi
ent of an Infei-nal machine three weeks
ago. An Ingenious box fill : d with gun
powder was received through the ma:'-.
The warning of the faithful family
coachman doubtless saved the youii-;
woman's life. It was he who brought
the package from the pcstolllce lor
Miss Barney. Her father had received
four letters shortly before threatening
the liver- of his wife and daughters un
less $IO.O(V was deposited at the corn..-"-of
Church r.irid pi.l Washington lane.
Miss Barney ! a granddaughter of Jay
Ccoke. New York Journal.
When you wart a pleasant physic try
rhe new remedy. Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets. They are easv
to take and pleasant In effect. Price,
23 cents. Samples free at Clvey A
Hulett's drug store.
OFFICE OF THS SOCTI-TEItN PA
clflu Hailroad Company (of Arizona),
San Francisco. Cal., June 20. 1'JOI. The
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany. (of Arizona), for t!i- el.-ctlon of
Diree--.ois for the ensuing year, and
for the transaction of such other busi
ness as may be brought befor? the
meeting, will be h. Id at the otlrce .f
the Comrany. in the City of fcSan Fran
cisco. State cf California, on WED
NESDAY, ihe 10th day cf July, 1901, at
10 o'clock a. m.
J. L. WILLCCTT. Secretary.
Notice is her -by given, that at the
foregoing mealing an adjournment was
duly mado to WEDNESDAY. July
21th, laid, at lo o'clock a. ni.
J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary.
July 10. 11)01.
Notice is hereby glv.n. that "at the
foregoing meeting an adjournment wa
duly made to WEDNESDAY, August
7tn. 1S01, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the same
place.
J. L. W1LLCCTT. Secretary.
July 24, 19C1.
Notice Is hereby givrn. that at the
foregoing meeting an adjournment wa-:
duly made to WEDNESDAY. Augus:
lsc, 19ti. at the- same place and hour.
J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary.
August Tin. 1SU1.
Notice is hereby givrrn, that at tha.
foregoing meeting an adjournment was
duly made to WEDNESDAY. Septem
ber 4. 1S01, at the same hour and
place.
J. L.. WILLCUTT, Secretary.
August 21. 1001.
Notice is hereby given ihct at the
foregoing meeting .in adjournment wait
duly made to WEDNESDAY. Septem
ber ISth, 1001, at the same hour and
Place.
J. L. WILLCUTT. Secretary.
September 4, 1301.
Notice Is hereby given, that at the
foregoing meeting an adjournment was
l-ily'inade to WEDNESDAY. October
2nd, 19U1, at th some hour and pince.
J. L. . WILLCUTT, Secretary.
September ISth. 1901.
Fifield & Gallagher
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
AND SUPERINTENDENTS
Kstimate. .Fuml-bed Koono 11-12-13
U'Meiil Hnililing 1. n. Hoi ST.f,
Piireiiix. Arfsona.
Jos Fifield
Geo. K. QaUatrher
VACUUM DLVfLOPtR .
snd HEALTH APPLIANCE, eurei
Wabnea nd Undeveloped. Organs.
UTrlfTL'rtE and VA KICOCKLK perBiunt
It cured in few dart InreFtiffat thin
XATI'kK CCKR, aroiii.H?lud wiihmit the
use of driiRH or electricity. Write for our
litest book, sen Mnd fee in pUln cnvelcpe.
. HEALTH AI'PLIAyCKCOMI'AXY.
A O'Kurrell Bt, Kan Kraucisco.
Sunset
Excursions
mMm 1901
Tickets sold at the
Maricopa and Phoe
nix R. R. office, No.
20 N. Center Street,
to the places, and at
the rates indicated
below :
Excursion to San Francisco
Th-; Southern Pacific Com
pany will have an excureiun
to San Francisco account
Kpiseopal Convention at rate
cf S39.UO round trip on certifi
cate Han. Tii ket will be on
sale prior to October 2nd, but
on'y applies to actual- mem
bers of the convention.
Fiesta
On account of the annual
Fiesta at Magdalena. ptate of
Sonora. Mexico, tickets will
b?: oa sale. Phoenix to No
Kales and return Sept. 23th to
October 3rd inclusive nt rnt-3
of Jtll.50. final limit of tickets
will be Oi-tobc-r 10th.
Excursion to Salt Lake
On account of the annuul
lUormon Conf.renoe at Salt
I-ake during- October, the
Phoenix Short Lineand South
ern Pacific will have tickets
on sa' to Salt Lke Sept. 29th
and 30th at rate of JM.20 for
the round trip from Phoenix
and Mesa,' with final limit
-Bix:j" days from date of sale.
For further information call
on ui.-ut or M. O. llicknell.
M. 0. BIGKNELL, 6. P. A.
that Spray?
SEMLCH'
$?.50 Vag nJ .'yr.'ne
A wondrrful Itnprorf
nifnt artiL trhich crvtj
Vioinun tshou.Ci know.
Safe and Convenient.
At your rtcVr. r by
moll In plnHi ro:c3 pack
Btre on rrcclpt of price.
lecrititlva loo1:!ct frrt
(Kfticd) Id pi&ln cotcI
ope -
C & P. Specialty :-.
Rubber Co.,
tt Tnrk St..
IV30RPHINE
DO TOl' I'FE IT?
DO YCI' WANT TO BE Cl'llEB?
IF VOl' DO: rR. BRI'CE K1MMIS
WILL Cl'IiE YOC WITHOUT PAIN
OR NO PAY.
The desire for drugs In any form is
entirely gone aft;r the first dose of
treatment.
My rainedy is' a perfect ANTIDOTE
and not a suhsrtute-for OPIUM.
Call or write
DR. BRUCE D.KIMMIS
Rorrlon PiW "Mionlestin inn '"itr. Kn
UalUCll Ullff )nn tlie b-t mD(Upk with
DactaiirQnt int'temn. buy trverythiijir
niaiuUluilt ui pot vmi price, nna fcives
the b-t cnt Priwl romn (or
Uidlliw. ' Ticket t.dO. Sing e Meals -3 cents.
Tuck, Hlng & Co.
21 K. Vfiftljlnrm St.. Kait of Jacobs k Co
If This Sort of Thing WJrzsi:
u ajet it: b jtii ym w-m -l.jiilin s, careful
e Mii1 oir :t..t s. t irn your lanixiiv over
to Uri. 1hrt is no bcrter work d tie in the
CMintrv tbn we do I,"-tt (urttkin. we are
doing lots ol 'em. Why? CAims w do Vm
riiciii. iy;t i ft rrovri it o ... lours lor
pood wore and prompt delivery,
ARIZONA LAUJJDRY. Cor. Adams & 3d Sts.
I'houe :?Jl
R-I'P-A-N-S
I sincere recommend
Ripans Tabules for any
kind of indigestion. I al
ways cany tbemwith niein
case 1 should feel any of
the eld trouble which used
to tighten 1U3' chest in such
a way. I thought it a heart
affection at the time.
One Gives Relief. .
I
Weiler' S Meat Warket !
Ki-xt Door to Posronice
i The best of e.v rylhinj;. Bar
; becued Meats a spcciaily. :'
a WEILEK, - - Proprietor
KEEP
YOUR
" OIV
FRIEDMAN, THE PAWNBROKER,
who can help you in time of need, and
you can always find him' at 41 North
Center, where he is open- for any fair
deal, and has bargains for everyone
in unredeemed pledges.
Arizona . Loan Office
4 1 North Center Street, Near
Hotel Adams
1 ttttTtti-lttittvrT
is The
in
p HIR3CHFKLP &. PEBKINS
ill 1'roprieiurs
I' Imparted and Domestic Wines,
: K Liquors and Cigars
TJj Phoenix
Arizona pi
pi .
lii
Ul
I
THE HOFFMAN
The bowlliiE Alley is cool, the r
i
if
Beer Is frsm cold atorsite and 1
! AHHEDSEK . BUSCH V
1
f I
;a
Cabinet
Cigar.
Store
and
Liquor
Houses
fe
1
14-
10 W.. Washington S
Ct w
a :
; W. THOUE, &
Proprietor if
WE BEG
To Inform the bicycle riders that we
are the cole agents for the celebrated
Tribune and Featherstone Bicycles.
This line of bicycles la thoroughly guar
anteed and in every way are perfect
wheels. Tou can also find In our store
the Hudson Bicycle, the Barnes Bicycle
and the Eldrldge Bicycle, making; the
most complete line carried In the terri
tory of Arizona. We will meet all com
petition on our lines and give a guar
antee on every wheel sold.
We have the most complete repair
shop In the city. All work ruaraatecj
and done by experienced workmen.
Mansfield-Rhodes Wiiee! Go.
S0-S2 W. Wsshlnrton Street.
Tetepboo Ifaln 177L Phaanls. Arts.
CASTLE CREEK
Hot Springs.
YAVAPAI COUNTT, AKIZ.
Reduced rates made for the
summer months: no extra
charge made for baths.
For those suffering with j
Kheumatlsm this is the best
season to be relieved. -
Buy tickets at the Santa Fe,
Prescott & Phoenix Railway de
- pot to Hot Springs and return
C. M. COLHOUN. Mgr.
HOT SPRINGS. ARIZ.
The Model Grocery
Bmithliao A Gray, Proprietors
Will Move J
October 1st
On the. Corner -Next
door to old stand.
We carry a full line of staple
and fancy groceries.
4 STOUT H CENTER BTtlll
Telephone I Ml.
$15.09 to SI8.Q0 a Week
! ga'ary for an intelligent man or woman
I in each sown. Permanent position. 30 .
: cents per hour fir spare time. Manu-
fiicturer. Box 1102. Chicago. - '
PHOENIX B4KERY
CONFECTIONERY
is Your Bread
as a feaUier. flaky, sweet, pal
atable? Is it wholesome,
nourishing, strengthening? It
will be all of these and more,
too. If you gret it from the
Phoenix Uakery and Confec
tionery. Bd. Blsele
Dr. Clayton soys:
The Eng-lish Kitchen keep"
their cook room in ab-olutt
clean condition and the quality
of their food, together with rood
service, entitles them to liberal
Datronaire.
ft
H - . EH
B Proprietor B ;
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH EVERY TIME
Is what you get when purchasing your foods at this store. Good weight, high
quality and low prices has made F. Griebel's the purchasing center for the
thrifty and for those who appreciate superior grades of Coffee, Teas, Canned
Goods, Cereals, Flour and Meats. "Live and let live" Is our motto and we live
up to it. '
FRVNK GRIEBEL,
TELEPHONE 43 218-220 W. WASHINGTON ST.
TH
E PIONEERS
ceries.
Provisions,
Mining Supplies, Studebaker Wagons and Car
riages, winch we will sell
i also- made another reduction on our closing
4 . sale ol Clothing, bhoes,
'a furnishing goods, etc., etc.
T. W. CHAMBERLAIN
Lumber, Lime, Cement, -Doors and Sah, Moulding?,
Uuildiug Materials, Doxos--, Etc.
Of lico and Vnrd, Corner HccortJ Avo. unci Jiickton Ht
THE YALLEY LUMBER CO.
. BcdwooJ, Orpoti Pluc m l Arixona
Moalditigs, Ceaiuot Hud
P. CORPSTEIN, Manager I
STANDARD IRON WORKS
Miaing, Milling and Machinery Casting,' Structural
Ir.m and Steel Contractors. .
Second-Ksud Machinery Boawht and Sold I FoatotHce Box 45
36 Nassau St. - -New York
40 State 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 on
bn lances. Corresivndence Invited from
corporations, trustees and other con
servative Investors. Orders on - the
New York Stock Exchange executed
on commission for cash.
HARVEY EDWARD FISK,
GEORGE H. ROBINSON.
Members NewjJTork Stock Exchange;
ESTABLISHED 1S93.
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Prescott National
PRESCOTT,
III 1 1 ARIZONA
CAPITAL PAID IN tlOO.OOO
SURPLUS AND PROFITS...".... S0.OJ0
FRANK M. MURPHY. President.
SIORRIS GOLDWATER, Vice-Pres.
HENRY KINSLEY. Cashier.
C. O. ELLIS. Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS: Frank jr. Murphy.
Morris Ooldwater. Henry Kinsley, R.
N. Fredericks. John C. Jlerndon. E. B.
Gae. 1. M. Kerry.
Accounts of Individuals, firms "and
corporations solicited on - favorable
terms.
The National Bank of Arizona
Phoenix. Arizona
CA1MTA!. 1A.LD Ui 1.H
SVKrL.l"S 1S,WU
KMU. UANZ, President.
SOJ. LhWIS. Vice-President.
fi. OltliKFKLDEK, Cashier.
JCHiN J. SWKKXEY. Asst. Cashier.
DIRKCTOKS; Kmil Ganz, Sol lewis.
J. Y. T. Smith. Charles Goldman, S.
oherfoldrr. Kdward Kiselc, Joseph
Thalh'imer.
C()RKKSPODK.TS: The Hank of
California, San Francisco: Laid law &.
o.. Ni w York; National Bank of
Commorf St. Isolds: Nationnl Bank
of Commerce, Kansas CH'; Pirt Na
tional JaTk. Chicago: Coloralo Na
tional liank. Ienv-r: Farmers' and
Itn'hant National Bank. Cos An
Ketes: Consolidated National Hank.
Tucson; Hank of Arixona. Prescott;
Messrs. N. M. .Rothschilds &, Sons.
London.
The Valley Bank
OF P.lOEHiX. ARIZONA
I'AII' VP CAPITAL..-. . JlKl.WO
sritru s 25.0U0
VM. clmiSTV. President.
J. C KIUKHATRICK. Vice-Pres.
W. 1. KflAVlt-KK. Cashier.
I.UPVD U. CHRISTY, Asst. Cashier.
I"rafts Issued on nil of the impor
tant cities of the United States and
Europe. Discount commercial paper
and flo a general banking business.
Office hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
1.HRKCTUR3: M. H. Sherman. Wtn.
Christy. K. J. Bcnnitt. J. C. Kirkpat
liek, I'. C iialeil, . D. l-'ulwiler,
LJoyd li. Christy.
CORRfSTOXDENTS: American
Kxchanfrc National Bank. New York;
American Kxchaime National Bank.
Chicaffo: l-'irst National liank. Ijos
Anueles: Hank of Arisona. Prescott.
Arizona: The Angrlo-California liank,
San Francisco, Cal.
Madame Carhort Says:
I have patronized several ot
the restaurants in Phoenix and
I have found the English
Kitchen rives the best variety
and the best tervice of any. ,
The English Kitchen Restaurant
Tom Co. 5-87 N- First Straot
Established in I874 We car-
ry the largest line of Gro-
Hardware, Implements and
at bedrock prices. We
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out
GOLDMAN & G
LUMBER CO.
Dealers
In
Jobbers and
Dealers
Lumtjor, loora, RkU, Blind. aud - .-.
Idme. 'Phone 661
Ooro" "szzjgESissr 8tr"t'
Manufacturers
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