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CHE ARIZONA REi 'tiB L.ICA.2? t THURSDAY MOXtXl JffG, OCTOBER 3. 1901 .
I'tempe : SOUTH J. C. L4NEY, Aqtnt. SUBSCRIPTIONS, The Tempe National.Bank Tem a--, GENERAL BAMKIINO BUSINESS OFFICERS: C. G. Jones, Presidents ' A. C. Ozanne, Vice-President; W. H. Wil bur, Cashier. ' DIRECTORS: C CT. Jonas, X. C Oxanna, J. W. -Wolf, W. A. Bolton, M. E. Curry. Have what you want. In Plows.i Harrows, Wagons, Buggies and everything in. the Hard ware line. , Quality and Prices guaranteed. Temps Hardware & Supply Company TOWn LotS heap Installment plan. RANCH PROPERTY of every description. Fire Insurance a Specialt'. ' . - W- A. BOLTOft! Co-V tempe, Ariz. Last! Owner and Dealer TEMPR The large safe at the Hayd?n Co.'s told store was moved into the office of A. J. Peters & Co. by Penn, the dray man. The safe is a very large one and is a heavy piece of furniture, about sis easy to handle as a boxcar, so the task of moving it was no slight one. W. A. Daggs of Lehl was a visitor In Tempe yesterday. The shipments from Tempe Indicate Ihe prosperous condition of the town. Jne car of honey, a car of hay and a car of barley were shipped out. - The following officers of the Tempe free reading room were elected Tues day: Mrs. G. N. Gage, president: Mrs. Theo Dickenson, first vice president; Mrs. Neils Peterson, second vice presi dent: Mrs. W. J. Kingsbury, treasurer: IVIrs. W. G. De Vore, secretary: Sirs. II. Thompson, Mrs. C. H. Jones, Mrs. P. B. Coudert and Mrs. F. M. Irish, executive committee. The Manila saloon will no longer of fend the residents of that portion of Tempe within hearing distance or Tiassers-by. The license issued it ex pired September 30, and owing to tho agitation of the citizens of Tempe anrl the law passed by the last legislature in regard to such houses, the license will not be renewed. The house is now closed. Why throw away good clothing that is beginning to look shabby when th renver Tailor can make It look as goo.l as new? All kinds of clothes cleanel. pressed and repaired. Fine tailoring. All work guaranteed. Yesterday morning a mp.:l dog was seen on Mrs. Irvine's ranch, about a mile and a half west of town. It was running among the cattle and it is be lieved that some of them were Tjttten. The dog was followed by Mrs. Irvine's brother, but escaped. Watson Pickerell and Z. A. Harris drove over to Phoenix yesterday. M; Harris has for some time been at Mai -icopa, but it is understood that he has come back to Tempe for good. Remember the band boys' social dance next Friday night. The dances are always good and they want a good crowd this time as in the past. A concert will be held In the Armory ha!l before the dance. The dance will be held in Curry hall. The fiftieth anniversary of the or ganization of the Good Templars oc curs on next Friday. October 14. A jubilee meeting will be held at the Con gregational church, where addresses will be delivered by local talent from Tempe and Phoenix, and a fine musical programme will be rendered. . Everybody seems pleased with the result of Tuesday's election and the opponents take their defeat gracefully. It is understood that Tempo capita", will bid on the bonds. Charles Waterhouse's little daughter is very ill.' It seems as If Mr. Water house is having more than his share of Our Fall Goods Have Arrived. I tats. 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 PH i grr. We have the best of facilities for i shipping butter during hot weather, and jl guarantee goods to reach destination In good condition. Order Butter from our J. cold storage. Be eure your butter has jti the Diamond brand. TEMPE. ARIZONA ALFRED J. PETERS & CO., Incorporated proprietors of Hay den TVlills. Wholesale dealers and shippers ot H7W Large Contracts a Specialty. ; Our Car Has Arrived: and we can shojv you a fine assortment of Top Buggies, Road Wagons and Surreys. If you want a Wagon or a Carriage call and see us. Remember ail of our Wagons and Buggies are guaranteed . WilbarMnllen Hardware Company MESA -AJRIZ02SLA SIDE NEWS DIRECTORY ADVERllSEMtMTS. CHANGES, COLLECTIONS, T0.. PROMPTLY CARED FOB; TEMPR ARIZONA SutcliGr Paper is all some garments are fit to be wrap ped up in. It's Sough to see what fome peop'e call custam made work. Ask your neighbor about MY, fit and vro: kmanhip. Come in and let's talk it over together. I can show you something to your a 5 van tage . Quality, fit and workmanship guaranteed. The Denver Tailor, Tempo. Arizona. . trouble. Frank-Ennis and .Mann:! Gusman drove a bunch of cattle down from Pinal and placed them on pasture. They say this has been a good year for cattle on the ranges. MESA, Mr. Fiank Dykes returned 'from Eis hee a few days ago, where he has b?en working in tht smelter for the Copper Queen company fr the past fjw months. He 5a w nio?t ft the Mesa toys before he left and they were all enjoying good health. The Vnion thresher owned by the MacDonald and Leliaroa Bros., pulled in fcr -.he season last Saturday. The machine has put in ninety days work. The last th:ee weeks they have been threshing alfalfa seed, but prior to that time they were thrashing wheat and barley. They say the grain grown the past. season was much finer :han has been grown here in years. The other two -threshers ara stl'l running. Johnson's is now thrashing Hibbert's grain. Mr. Csboroe Richins, who came home last week from Tucson sick, where he had started to atter.d the uni versity, is somewhat improved in hea'th and wi'.l In all probability re turn soon, if he continues to get strong. It was very unfortunat? fcr our townsman, as he had worked hard all summer w.ith the government sounding party, most of the time in vater and subjecl-ed to great exposure and was Just worn out when he en tered th2 school, and had only been, in attendance a few days when he was ordered to the hospital. Messrs. Biijah and Kimball Pomeroy and G. M. Fowler of Phoenix, returned from the King country, where they have been 'ooking at some mining property belonging to 't.'he former par ties. They brought back several sacks cf the o:e, of which a test will be made and the result will determine what will be done with the property. . o '' "Don't despise small things," says the Manayunk philosopher. "The wid ow's mite may be mighty." GRHIN. Tempe, Ariz MESA f. T. POME ROY. AgiKt. Some Choice City Lots cat tt Bargain. Alfo Chnlce Ranch Property with water In the Tcmpe canal. End som land for rent.' Apply to A. ' Tempe, Aria. Agent for the New Yoik Life In surance Com puny. FOXFIRE IM THE FOt'TH. One of the Phosphorescent Exhibitions That Iroprern the IgMcl'unt. "I-was reading in one of the leadliw papers of Japan recently a, story of what was regarded a' a vry novel find in a certain ' Japanese village," raid a citizen yesterday who has trav eled very extensively In the orient, "and the paper In question referred to the newly discovered thing as incan descent wood. It seems that there had been a landslide in the section referrod to, and a tree had been hurled down the hillside, where th villagers roul I get at It wlthoirt trouble, and they pounced upon it for wood purposes. They left several feet of the tree stick ing up as a stump. When night came they observed that the stump made a curlaus bluish Hsht. and they became very much alarmed over the matter. and after being awed for several nlghs by the strange phenomenon they made a desperate charge upon it with sticks and clubs. "It wag simply -what the negro, and j u great many wnue persons in cms sec- i Hon of the world would call foxfire." I a phosphor ;-3cent .effect caused by de ! caylng substances. Rut it is a curlou fact that in many places In the so-.ith the negro is as completely Ignorant nf the cause of this peculiar kind or lumi nosity as the men and women of th- Japanese village, and 'foxfire,' as they call it, has never ceased to be an awe inspiring sight. They shy around it when they find it by the roadside. In the hedges, or shining by the trunk af some dismembered tree. In the negro's fancy this bit of phosphorercense oc cupies the rame position that the will-o'-the-wisp occupies. It !s not under standable to them. It simply exists, and that is all they knot and all they pretend to know. "But that other ignis fatuus. th.. will-o'-the-wisp, which is found In marshy regions, frequently swaying tu and fro above a putild pool of water, that Is covered with flabby fungus I growth, as if some ghostly sentinel was I signalling his cohortis this light 1 more terrible to the average negro of the south than all the otner phosphor escences combined. And then when they begin to increase as the night gotrs on like the reappearing star's which break through the blue dome at dusk, one by one. the average negro will close his cabin door, pull the cover3 of his bid about him and try to forget the ghostly dance which is going on in the iuagmire near his home. But he has never been foolish enough to make a carge on thes shifting spectres ot the marshes, anj this is where the members of the Japanese village have all the bfst of him. "I have known of instances, however, where they would quit using water from the spring which fed the pool. oecause 01 a strange superstition that some bad thing would happen to them if they continued to do so. With the yonnger members of the negro race th-e phenomenon Is still more mystifying, and in many instances they have been known not to venture out of their houses at right cn account of the ap rearance of these curious lights." New Orleans Times-Democrat. TYPICAL. SOUTH AFRICAN STORE. O. R. Larson of Bay Villa, Sundays river. Cape Colony, conducts a store typical of South Africa, at which can be purchased anything from the pro verbial "needle to an anchor." This store is situated in a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twenty-'five miles from the near est town. Mr. Larson says: "I am favored with the custom of farm ers within a radius of thirty' miles, to many of whom I have supplied Cham berlain's remedies. All testify to their value in a household where a doctor's advice is almost out of the questio.i. Within one mile of my store the popu lation Is perhaps sixty. Of these, with in the past twelve months, no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamberlain'swCough Remedy. This must surely be a record." For sale by Elvey & Hulett. TALL NEW FOUR-POSTERS. The four poMs of the newest bed steads ate tail enough to bear at least six names each Instead of the' solitary one usually bestowed by girls who name bed posts. In fact, there is little to the new bedsteadu but rposts. They rightly deservo their name of four posters Pittsburg Dispatch. Pboenii, Temps & Mesa Stage. Leaves Phoenix 8.30a. m. ; Return on yourown time. Teleotione 204. Orreo. T. W. COLLINS. Prni. School Books! School Books! And all kinds of eupplH-s for the schools at lowest cash prices. P. T. P0MER0Y & CO. - Soeceasors to Pomaxoy & If ate.' 99P3 BTTttPI?- MBS A. A NEW RAILWAY PEOJBCT Articles cf ihe 11 Pato, Phoenix & California Filed. Articles of Incorporation of the EI Paso. Phoenix & California Railway company were filed In th office of th? j secretory yesterday. Tae incoiporat-. ors are M. H. McCord, John J. Hoci nett, J. L. B. Alexander, M. E. Curry and 3. A. Kurtz, all of Phoenix and Tempe. The capital stock of the com pany In 10,COO,OCO. JuEt before the ex piration of the tax exemption law, Messrs. McCord and Hodnett fiUd a notice of Intention. They had some correspondence on the subject with a party of New York capitalists. A few weeks ago Mr. Hodnett. armed with papers and information regarding the project, went cast and laid the matter fully befoie the gentlemen with whom he had been in correspondence. He received so much encouragement that on his return it was decided to incor porate. The route as clerrr'.bed In the notic-j of Intention leave- "aoenix In' two directions. Fnstwerd It traverses the Fait. Gila and Pan Pedro river valleys, striking the Southern Pacific at or near Benson. Westward it runs down the Sclt and Gila "river valleys to the Colorado at a point near Yuma. The description in the notice, however, was only general, and was Intended merely to comply with the law. Mr. Hodnett said last night that he believed that actual work would be be gun on the road within six months from the date of the filing of the no tice. He has had considerable experi ence In railroad construction, having followed that work for many years be fore coming to this territory. o - The excitement incident to traveling and change of food and water often brings on diarrhoea, and for this rea son no one shouln leave home without a bottle of Chamberlain's Coil?. Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Eivey & Hulett. : KNEW ROOSEVELT AT SCHOOL. He Exhibited the Same Traits Then as He Does Now. , I knew Theodore Roosdvelt as a classmate at Harvard, in the class of 1KS0. and I think he exhibited In his college days most of the traits of char acter which he has shown In after years and on the larg.T stage of po litical life. In appearance and manner he has changed remarkably little In twenty years.' and I should say that his leading characteristic In college was the very quality of strennousness which is now associated with his pub lics character. In whatever he did he showed un usual energy and the zam? aggressive earnestness which has carried him rf far In later life. He exhibited a ma turity of character, if not of intellect ual development, greater than that of most of his classmates and was looked upon as one of the most notable mem bers of the clars as one' who possessed certain qualities of leadership and of popularity which might carry him far in later life If not counterbalanced bv impulsiveness in action or obstinacy in adherence to his' o,vn ideas. He was certainly regarded as a man of unusually good fighting qualities, of determination, pluck and tenacity. If his classmates had been asked in their senior year to pick out the one mem ber of the class who would be best adapted for such a service as that which he rendered with the Rough Riders in Cuba. I Ihlnk that almost with one- voice they would have desig nated Roosevelt. One of the best known and most generally popular members j of the class, his popularity was based i upon retpect for his cha!7icter and ap- j preclation of his strong and manly j qualities. I cannot say that his class- 1 mat.es had the slightest expectation j that he would ever be president of the United States and, indeed, the office j has now come to him through sur.h an extraordinary chain of circumstances j that no one could possibly have fore- j seen It. But I think that wa all felt. ' and I know that I did personally, that j if he efttered the field of public- life, as It seemed to' be his tendcncy.to do. he- would at least make himself a fac tor to be reckoned with, a man of mark: that he would bring Into politics a breezy cner,?y. a strong personality, a disregard for small expediency and conventionality, a real courage, whit-h would win for him recognition. Influ ence and support, if not high office. Josiah Quincy. ex-mayor of Boston, in the New York World. ' QUAKER REFLECTIONS. . (From the Philadelphia Record.) A high roller thunder. Vaccination makes the girls limp. Money sometimes talks in whispers.- Doctors' bills often make a man wish he were dead. A fellow is not a. lobster Just because he suffers from bolls. The hand that recks the cradle Is the hand that rules the roost. She (romantic) "They say that love is blind." He (practical) "As blind as a bat!" A woman's idea of being stingy is to know a secret and not tell it. 'Some people who try to be foxy only succeed In making geese of themselves. The Maroayunk Philosopher rises to remark that spelled children are usu ally very fresh. WlRg! "It must be a terrible thing t be buried alive." Wngg "Oh. I don't know. I once lived in Camden" for six months. Tommy "Pop. what docs it mean to be in the last throes?" Tommy's Pon--"I suppose it means the end of the base ball season." The man who doubts the world Is round Should go to where The politicians do abound. And. then 'twill all too soon be. found It tpnt square! ' No, Maude, dear, you must not think that all college students are cut out fur bricklayers just because some of thern wear mortar boards. Wluit's In a name? It is to Inugh! 3" Fifield & Gallagher Z GEKERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS - Estimate; Pnrnttibed Rooms U-13-13 . , O'ieill Building P. u. Box 73. . ' Phoenix, Arizona. Qoo. a. GfcUlagiic; mm HABR to afuriiy obtainable l thmnirh th nol Hew- I b-o'a Herpioide, tbo only Ereparmtina on tbo tnar et tlmt reaches and an uihiiata the germ or taioroh tkt l resion ihla fur All attain oia- BAfttts. It thns makes dun-J draff end fail in c hair i:n DOMtble. acd ca.u-ea a U ick. luxuriant growth to rej aoa toe former tuin, nriixie nair. Tho gentlemen will alo find it ao ineetimable boon , 1a thtim. aa it works like a. charm on bald head, brlnmaa; forth a growth, of soft, thick hair Uiat anjrone mlotit Ha niuri of. Kven drorrrinta prcoiaim ita Tirtnea, as per tne iouowmi : Omri or w. FT. ynoimoTD, Prescription LfiwK't, - Dear Sir: Ilerpicd is certainly a (rood article, and will do the work as advertise! ; that is why we s ll It. I fruarante irrery bot tle, and none hits been renirnert. Pieasesend tne r.nothfr dozn.and oblige, Totro respect- lUUy, VV..U. J0.UHU1TTBOTO. For Sale at all First-CUss Dtp J Stores. The thought inspires n buret of it. A wife is called the better half. And often gets the worst of it. Rollings-tone Nomoss "Carnegie says it's a disgrace fer to die rich." Tatter don Torn "Dere: I knowed it! Me olt mudder always told me I'd come to a disgraceful end." To elevate the stage Was his most cherished plan Now he's become, this actor bum. An elevator man. Muggins Your friend has- an impedi ment In h's speech, hasn't he? Bug gins Oh. no. That Is simply affecta tion. You see, he's a t:aln announcer. FOR SALE Fifty Milch Cows Twenty-five Heifers just coming in. This herd represents twenty years ex perience in the dairy business. It is perhaps tho be.'t business h rd in the .valley. Large, frsistent milkers, with high per cent butter fat. Guaranteed test. Na such opportunity to buy youn? tcst'd cows has ever been offered in this valley. When cows are sold my farm will be for rent. Best of water privileges un der Mai icopa canal. Apply to E. Kays, at Maricop.i Creamery. The Model Grocery Bmithlin? A Gray, roprlctora Will Move October 1st On the Corner Next door to old stand. We carry a full line of staj)le and fancy groceries. 4 NOSfH OUSTER STSI5I Telephone 1511. j SOUTHERN PACIFIC COJ (PACIFIC SYSTEM) ' Commencing January 3D, 1901, trains ! will leave Maricopa as follows: j O KfHA. M. DAILY NEW OR- ! " s leans express for Tucson, Ben- i son, Deming, El Paso, San Antonio, ' Houston, New Orie ans. Connecting at ' New Orleans for Cincinnati and Chi- ; cagu; also for Washington, Baltimore, I Philadelphia. New York and Boston. ! 1 fXr) P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN : 'JV tor Gila Bend and way sta-: tions. ' , 1 fjQ P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN i for Tucson and way stations ' ) "I O P. M. DAILY PACIFIC EX-j Sacramento and San Francisco. Con necting at Sacramento and San Fran cisco for points in Oregon. Nevada and Utah. . T. H. GOODMAN. .. Gen. Pass Agt. unset Excursions ISOI 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: Fiesta On account of the annual Fiesta at Magdalena, state of Sonora. Mexico, tickets will be on sale. Phoenix to No gales and return SepL 25th to October 3rd inclusive at rate of IH.50. final limit of tickets will be October loth. M. 0. BIG KNELL, 6. P. A. Cheap Rates Santa Fe bummer Route Excursions To placfs. on" dates and at rates as below: LAST BUFFALO EXCURSION. Datrs of Kale October 3 and 4. Limit SO clays. Rate. .$91.00 FLAGSTAFF Every Tuesday; limit, 60 days tIS 20 GRAND CANON Every Tuesday; limit, 60 days 123-10 ' UH.-LANDIB,' Acting General Agent mi b r 8 H WE BEG To Inform the bicycle riders that we are the sole agents for the celebrated Tribune and Featberstone , Bicycles. This line of bicycles la thoroughly guar anteed and In every way are perfect wheels. You can also And In our store the Hudson Bicycle, the Barnes Bicycle and the Eldridge Bicycle, making; the most complete line carried In the terri tory of Arizona. We will meet all com. petition on our lines and five a guar antee on every wheel sold. We have the most complete repair shop In the city. All work guaranteed and done by experienced workmen. Mansfield-Rhodes Wheel Go. 10-32 W. Washington Street.' Tecbrn If sin 177 L. , FIimbIs Aria. CASTLE CREEK Hot Springs. YAVAPAI COUNTY. ARIZ. & - Reduced rates made for the summer months: no extra charge made for baths. For those suffering; with Rheumatism 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. COLHCUN, Mgr. HOT SPRINGS. ARIZ. R..p.y.M-S I was troubled with sour stom ach and aft.r eating would be 11 misery. -I thought I would try Rlpans Tabules, and I have had no trouble with my stomach since. I am never without them in ta houne now and' I give them to my children when they fro! out of sorts. ONE GIVES RELIEF. At druggists. The F1ve-'ent packet is enough rr nn ordinary occasion. The family bottle. 60 centa, contains a supply for a year. One Gives Relief. $15.00 to $13.03 a Week salary for an intelligent man or woman in each town. Permanent position. CO t cents per hour for spare time. Manu facturer, Box 1102. Chicago. PHOENIX BKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Is Your Bread as a feather, flaky, sweet, pal atable? Is it wholesome, nourishing, strengthening? It will be all of these and more, too, if you get it from the Phoenix Bakery and Confec tionery. Ed. IBisele Proprietor Dr. Mayton oys: 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 oatrotMMCo. ft r.i.kii.i.j ipoi 131..,.. om E? : a tiiduiiMisu iooi niunc osi fa 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 Coods, Cereals, Flour and Meats. "Live and let live" is our motto and we live up to it. FRVNK GRIEBEL, TELEPHONE 43 218 THE PIONEERS 1 II cedes, Provisions, Hardware, Implements, and '4 y Mining Supplies, Studebaker Wagons and Car- riages, which we will sell at bedrock prices. We tf 2 also made another reduction on our closing out 11 : : sale of Clothing, Shoes, pHI QHAM P, PI I I- furnishing goods, etc., etc. UULUhlrtl. & UU I I T. W. CHAMBERLAIN Lumber, Lime, Cement, Doors and Sash, Mouldings, Building Materials, Boxes, Etc. Office and Yard, Corner Second Ave. and Jackson Street STANDARD IRON WOKKS Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings, Structural Iron, and Steel Contractors. Srcou.ci-E.aiid Kichlnery BrasLt ud Sold I Pcatonice Box 45 36 Nassau St. - - - Hew York 40 State St. - - Boston, Mass. FISK & ROBINSON, BANKERS AND DEALERS IH INVESTMENT SECURITIES Deposit accounts of banks, bankers, firms and Individuals received, subject to sight draft. Interest allowed on balances. Correspondence 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 New York Stock Exchange. ESTABLISHED 1RM. Prescott National Bank... PRESCOTT, ARIZONA CAPITAL PAID IN ...$100,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS 60.000 FRANK M. MURPHY. President. MORRIS GOLDWATER, Vice-lTe HENRY KINSLEY, Cashier. C. O. ELLIS. Assistant Cashier. : DIRECTORS: Frank M. Murphy. Morris Goldwater, Henry Kinsley, R. N. Fredericks. John C. Herndon, E. B. Case, D. M. Ferry. Accounts of individuals, firms and corporations solicited on . favorable terms. The National Bank of Arizona Phoenix, Arizona OAl-ITAJ. rAlI UP JlW.OPrt SI It PLUS EM1L (iA'S'A. President. HOI- LKWiS, Vie-Pre.Jent. S. (.iHliUFICLDKlt. Cashier. JOHN J. SWEENEY, Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS: Emil Ganz, Sol lewis. J. Y. T. Smith. Charles Goldman, S. he rfelcicr. Edward Klsele. Joseph Thalhrimrr. CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank of California. San Francisco: Laidlaw A Co., New York ; National Bank of Commerce. St. !ouis: National Bank of Commerce, Kansas City: Firt Na tional I tank. Chicapo: Colorado Na tional Bank, iJenver; Farmers and Merchants National Bank, Ixs An Keles; Consolidated National Bank. Tucson ; Bank of Arizona. Prescot t ; Messrs. N. M. Uothschilda & Sons, lxmdon. The Valley Bank OF P-OEHIX. ARIZONA PATP VP CAPITAL. ; $1V.IH0 SI'KPL.VS 3.VUO VM. CHRISTY. President. J. C. K IRKPATRICK. Vlce-Pres. YV. L. KILWII-KR. Cashier. L.LOYD B. CHRISTY. Asst. Cashier. Erafts Issued on 1! of the Impor tant cities of the Vnited Stntes and Kurop IMscount- commeroinl paper and do a general banking business. Ofiice hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. WRECTORS: M. H. Sherman. Win. Christy, K. J. Bennitt. J. C. Kirkpat rlck. F. C. Hatch, V. D. Fulwiler. Lloyd B. Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: "' American Exchange National Bank. New York; American Exchange National Bank. Chicago: First National Bank. Los AnKei.s: Bank of Arizona. Prescott, Arizona: The Anglo-California Bank. San Francisco, Cel. fJlrHnn Pilu Tnoidet in the rtitv. En UdlUBn Will Joy the bt standing with Dostnnrait tradeimen. buya everything nCMuuialll at spot cash price, ana gives the best 2S cent meal. - 1'rirat rooms for families. Tickets H.50.. Sing.'e Meals 25 cents. Tuck. Hlng 5c Co. 2-2l E. Washington St.. East of Jacobs i Co Madame Cartiart Says: I have patronized several of the restaurants In Phoenix and I have found - the English Kitchen gives the best variety and the best tervice of any. The English Kitchen Restaurant . Tom Co. U6-2T ft. First Street - 220 W. WASHINGTON ST. i - 5" j LUMBER CO. Dealers In Manufacturcrs- ' of " r