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THE ARIZONA - REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1901.
frarell SOUTH SIDE NEWS DIRECTORY . ; ; J. C. Ufter. 4fnt. SUBSCRIPTIONS, AOrR7l8CmlltT8, CTMSrgf& COLUCTtOHS. CTC. PROmPTLY CARtD FOR. . f. T. POMCROY. Ayt. The Tempo National GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS OFFIC3ERS C. G. Jones, President; bar,' Cashier. DIRECTORS; C. O. Jonea, X. C. Oxanne, J. W. Curry. DISC HARROWS, SCOTCH CLIP PER PLOWS. Just received a car. Latest Improvements ! . Lowest Prices ! Tenpe Hardware & Sapply Company TE Buy a Good Farm with Bet Writer RlghtH, 60 acres, house, water, alfalfa, 1 mile from Tempe. with 04 head of cattle, $4,000. 640 acres near Tempe, best water, rare bargain, ever running water. $25,000. . 1 1300 acres alfalfa land ami Tempe water to rent. 3nC. 7. BOLTON & CO.. TEMPE, HRIZONH. Land Owner and Dealer TEMPE r The reception to the Kormal students vhichr was to have been given by the local lodge of the I. p. il. T. on No vember 1st has -been somewhHi changed. Now a Hallowe'en will l.e Kiven on that time honored college day. October 30, in honor of the Normal stti ients, and the public Is cordially invit ed to attend. The party will be a some what elaborate one, a nice programme will be rendered and refreshments served, and1, as usual with all twh1 Templars entertainments, a jolly good time will -be had. Come, everybody, and get your share. Miss Helma A.ndre came in yesterday as was expected, accompanied by h?r grandmother, Mrs. Barbara Jordan, which was not expected. Mr. and Mrs. j-Andre did not expect Mrs. Jordan, wh.. is rasi seveniy-iour years oia, out i spry and hearty, for all that. The Tempe Hardware and Supply "o. has received a complete line of elec trlcaT fixtures, among them some beau tifully tinted shades. They have ju.-t finished setting up a Tar load of im proved disc harrows and plows will steel beams, the finest thing out for plowing, especially in stubble lands. EHing Olsen and family and hi mother, and Mrs. Klllngsen, Mons K! llngsen-s mother, came In. yesterd ay morning. Mr. Olesen has lived In this cou nt ry- for se vej-a 1 yea rs, and la s t summer went back to- the old country on a visit, and returned yesterday, bringing with him his mother. He says he had. a . very pleasant trip, but s very glad to get back ro his adopted home. . 'Miss Helen Stewart was u pasengr to Phoenix on yesterday afternoon's train. There will be a band concert bene.lt next Wednesday evening. A good pro gramme has been arranged. Including eolos. duets, quartettes nutntettes and sextettes, selections by the band. vxm'.tT selections and declamations., by local talent. : Everybody should come an ! hear what our local talent can do. Wm. Hackett has received a fin- new. "'Conn-queror" silver "cornet, man-, ufactured by Conn & CV. of .Chicago. It is a very fine Instrument and of per fect tone. There are severa.1 Conn cor- nebs In town ar.4 ail are exceptionally fine Instruments. The members of Company N. G. A., -will meet at the armory at R. slow time, for the purpose of electing i first lieutenant. All mem'oers are ex pected to be present. Johnny McCabe. a well known old ;timer, who has been connected with the mining Industry in Arizona eve,r since th early days.- Is in, town. ' He will leave soon for Troy. Ariz., where he will go to work.; Johnny is ,a familiar figure in nearly all the mining camps of the territory. , - The call has been Issued for the thir teenth annual' territorial convention of the Christian Temperance T'nion, t be held in the Congregational churcn in this place on the nth. th and 7th of November. A large number of vis itors from all parts of the territory is expected. The members of the Baptist church will give a reception to their pastor. Rev. H. Newberry, on Friday evening. -October 18. from 7:30 to 10:30. Every one Is most cordially Invited- Prof n. If you are old and cannot see, put on your specs And look at" our show windows, where the latest and best in nhirt!", lies an l foot wear are on display. have received a complete a-wnrtrnnt of rub ber boots, etc. Rem?niber, wo ar headquarters in Tempe for Gents. Fur nishing goods. ; THE BOSTON STORE J. Hyder & Brother, Proprietors. Look lov Out Sign ? ALFRED J. PETERS & CO., Incorporated FBOPSIETOB3 OF . THE HAYDEN WholcHale dealers !hkv and sWJ fc WWJ M kwWAslT The New Dutch Giii'RI;.fwVdtnr.,nS sizes; also Gem Seeders and Canton Clipper Plows. Get our prices before buying. WilbDr-AIuIlen Hardware Company " i MESA A.HZONA T o rti po, Arizona A.C. Ozanne, Vice-President; W. H. Wll- Wolf. W. A. Bolton, M. E. MPB RIZONA Butcher Paper is all some garments are fit to be wrap ped up In. It's Bough to see what some people call custom mude work. Ask your neighbor about MY fit and workmanship. Tome In and let's talk It over together. I can show you something to your advan tage . . Quality, fit ami workmanship guaranteed. , The Denver Tailor, Tempe, Arizona. M. Frlzzell will preside curing the eve ning anj the following -programme w in be rendered: Cornet duet Rev. Martin R. Hird and Mrs. T. H.. Thomu?on. Prayer Prof. Frizzell. Addres-ws T:ev.' W'lndes. Rev. Klo.s and Rev. Farr. Recitation Miss Minnie Elliott. . Solo Miss Nellie MvNiel: aecompai- it. Mrs. Curt W. Millar. Addresse. Rev. Codwln and Chap lain Scott. Cornet duet Rev. Bird and Ms. Thompson. Addresses Rev. Rlrd. Rev. Tomiln son and Pastor Newberry. MESA Mayor Peterson ha. appointeil J. S. Peterson and Wm. M. Newali, repub lirans. and C. R. Hakes and H. I.. Chandler, democrats, to represent our interests in the territorial statehoo convention to be held in Phoenix on October 26. Liveryman Phil Mots was a business visitor In Thoenix today. Mr. Dan Hlbbert and W. H. Williams were in Pkoenlx yesterday on business. Mr. A. J. Peters of the Alfred J. Pe ters Co. of Tempe was in Mesa today I on business ertaining to their grain shipping business. The R. M, Juhnsnn & Bros, business closed today and will not be opened un til the stock 1 taken and presumably not -until the Ray Htuck in brough down. The new management asum; control at once, and as soon as .the 1 f I'u nufui . a r. itr m 1 . . ...ill 1 . . . ' and put the business where It will con tinue to command a good share of tha Mea trade. Mrs. J. F, Johnson and family start today by rail for Provo. T'tah. where Mr. Johnyon had preceded them and Did You Hurt Your Hand"3& Poor fellow J You should hav purchased one of those fin- ' gloves of Goodwin. All kind. I all prices, from. 25 cents up. Notions, groceries, candle. and produce always frenh. Pickles in bulk lots of 'em, Wm. Goodwin se Sroeep TEMPE ARIZONA FLOUR MILLS. and shippers of GHKIN. Tempe, Ariz Bank For Sale- 40 acres vf fine land, all In alfalfa, title house and water. Adjoins the .city of Tempe. This is a genuine bargain. A fine 7 -room house for rent, Ktmd location, .. . Apply to A. NIELSEN. Tempe, Ariz. has loomed a home for himself ami family In the Snake river country. Idc ,do; Air. Johnson is now In the employ of Cutler Bios. ,.f Palt Lake city and is operating as traveling agent for tli.il popular firm? The family will spen.i the-winter In Provo and let the chil dren attend school there, and In the spring his ton Junius and family an I Parham Glover will gut to Idaho an-4 take charge of the ranch. Elder K. C. Robinson of Woodcros.?. t'tah. arrived In Mesa this morning .i begin hi missionary labors In the Mar icopa stake in the Interests of the M. M. I. association. Mr. Robinson will spend about live month. here. Mr. Ru Inson a -few yearn ago rpent three years In the North Carolina conference In the Southern Slates mission, and be- j came acquainted with Rider Isaac Rog- ers while there. KUler Rogers, w;in left here some time ago In the same cause, he Informs u.. has been appoint ed to labor in the Weber stake. - One of the pope favorite s;ots In his garden is an elevated point whenre h? can see the o?ean. The nulse of the v.iives used to soothe him like musle: In the days when he was able to b" near the water. He reraMs with p!ea iro the time nhm. as nuntlus in Mel glum, fifty-live years ago, he used t i take his daily swim In the ot'ean. - It may seem strange, never beat their way. but drumme d DR. BENNETT Th t;reat KItctrca1 Authority. Through the Medium 01 Ills New Klectrlc Bclr, Will Cure the Many WoakiU'fisrs a lid Ailments of Men or Women or Accept no 1'Ve The doctor's Two Hooks on Ncrvo.Vllal .flrr-nts Hre Free to All. The moment Klrctriclly ia properly ap plied to a Weak. Nervous. iH'oilhtaie-i System. Pow er. lpor ami t Mrenin can h felt re turning. It strenethena and revltaltica every muscle of the body and forces the pure blood In to every tlhre and tissue. I experiment ed wit h Klectric ily m a cure for human Weak ness ami Ailments many years lciore I p'.t ceeded In pcr fectlni; my p;!ectric Belt so that I know it will cure In every cane. There Is no such thin as failure. Th cures my Beit Is maklnc aro numttered by thouaands. I have cured more than 10,- 0 persons In this Mate alone. There Is not a weakness or ailment thai m.ry affltt:t mnnkirt! which V will not guarantee my method of applying Electricity to cure. You must not confuse the many so called electric belt a with mine. There was never .an article of merit which did not call forth many worthless Imitations. Dr. Bennett's Electric Belt Has two features which no other elec trical appliance has. viz.: . It has roft, silken. chamoln-covered. sponge elec trolesmy exclusive atetit which prevent t.it fright ful burning and blistering caused by all other Im-Ps: and mine has Intcri'liMriurHble FlHtt.TV Cells whicli. 'O" iHirr.e! out. can be raneweu for only hurned out they are worthless. All will bum out if they give a current. These lentil res should apienl to your good judg ment As there ht so manv worthless contriv ances, csllcfl electric belts, being offered ! to toe auiicteo, and so mat an atmcte'i public may no be longer Imposed upon, I ave decidel to guarantin- the cure In every case where a patient wears my Ftelt. rnd If there Is a failure, to refund his or her mom v. I know what my Klec trlc Belt w'M do. Io not he hool winked bv poor imit a tlotis of m v elect rwles. callcM, "cushion electrodes." A current cannot pass through them. Compare them with mine. Compare other belts with mine. If you have one of the old-style burning and Mistering belt, send It to me as pavment for one of mine. nalfj My Kief trie Helt la guaranteed to cure arieoceie ami all vveaKnesses in eltner sex. Kidney. Klver and ft ladder Troubles; restore Igor and tlaluy; cure Kheiimu tism in anv form. Stomach-. IXsorders, Const Itiation. all Female Comnlaints. etc. Write todav. My two books on Nervo Vital Ailments and their cure by Elect ric Ity free. rostfiald. to any one. You should read t hese books. Inn vent (gate mv method of relieving: you of unnatura Weaknesses and restoring you to Health and strenK'tn. sold only by DR. BENNETT ELECTRIC BELT CO. t t'nion FMd'g., Denver. Colo. Phoenix, Tempe & Mesa Stage. Leaves Phoenix 8 .30 a. m. Return on your own time.'. lron 20. offo. T. W. nOLLTNS. Pron School Books! School Books! And all kinds of supplies for the schools at lowest cash prices. P. T, P0MER0Y & CO. noceaaors to Pomsroy tt If eta. OOVM BT7ILDIKQ, KIM. 3 a- 1 I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Entry No. 2473.) Department of the Interior. . Land Office at Tucson. Arizona. Sept. 16, 1901. Notice ia hereby given that the fol-lowlng-r.amed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof !r. Support of his claim, and that soli I proof will be mnde before the Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix, Arizona, on Saturday, October 26, 1S01, viz.: James R. Norton of Buckeye, Arizona, for the N. H N. E. and N. N. W. 14 Sec. 33, T. 1 N.. R. 2 W.. G. A S. R. H. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via.: Thomas J. Levy, David Harer. and William R. Beloat of Buckeye, Arizona, and John R. Norton of Phoenix, Ari zona. MILTON R. MOORE. ReglBter. First Publ.cation September IS. 1901. NOTICE FOR POSTING OF SETTLE MENT OF ACCOUNT. In the Probate C.urt. of the County of Maricopa. Territory of Arizona. In the Maiter of the Estate of Robert Oarslde, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that J. W. Evans, the administrator of the es tate cf Robert Oarslde. deceased, has rendered and presented for settle ment, and tiled In said Court his first annual account of hi9 administration of said estate; and that Monday, the 21st day of October. 1WU. at 10 o'clock, a. m.. at the Court-room of said Court, at the Court House In Phoenix in said Marlc-opa County, has been duly ap pointed by the Judge of said Court, for the sr.-ttlement of said account, at which time and place any person in terested In said estate may appear an die his exceptions in writing to the said account and contest the same. Duted October 10th. 1K01. ' C. M. ZANDER. Clerk. RECEIVER'S 8 A I.E. Atlantic TruM Company. rialntiff. The Highland Land and Water Company. C. A. Ooodell. Frank B. Trott. A. P. Shewman. as ad ministrator of the estate of Aldcn St. John t.aylord. de ceased. E. W. Wilbur. Charges V. Pine. L. H. Wilson. A. S. Mosely, Xewton Hackney, tieorge Anderson. B. Rogers. R. S. Boise. Charles B. Ming. M. J. Lewis and K. Nathr. Defendants. to. 3411. T'nder and by virtue uf an execution and order of sale issued out of and under the seal of the Distrlrt Court of the Third Judicial District of the Ter- I ritory of Arizona. In and for the County of Maricopa, on the 1st day of. October. 19)11. and to me. as Receiver and Spe cial Master therein for the purposes therein mentioned, duly directed and delivered, on a judgment rendered in said Court In the above entitled action on the 29th day of June. 1901. in favor of the Atlantic Trust Company, as trustee, against The Highland Land and Water Company, for the sum of one hundred thirty-five thousand nine bundled and ten dollars (I135.910.(K) with interest thereon from June 1, 189, at seven p r cent per annum, and thl further sum of six thousand dollars i JG. 000.00) with Interest thereon at eight percent per annum from Febru ary 1. 1900. and the further sum of one thousand dollars (tl.000.00) with inter est thereon at eight per cent per an num from February 19. 1900. and the further sum of live thousand six hun dred forty-live dollars and seventy cfnt3 (5.645.70) with interest at seven per cent per annum from the 29th day of June. 1901. together with one hun dred eighty-four dollars and ninety-five cent (184.9S costs of suit, and which amounts were adjudged and decreed to be a lien upon all the right, title and interest which the said Highland Land and Water Company had on the 1st day of June. A. D. 18S9. or has sin;e acquired, in and to the propeity herein after described as being situated In the County of Maricopa and Territory of Arlxnna: together with the fore closure of said Hen on said property, all o? which Mas then and Is now in the possession of such receiver, and is ns follows, to-wit: That particular canal or irrigating ditch and dam across Salt River at the head of said canal or Irrigating ditch constructed to take the water from said Salt River and beginning at m point on Its left or south bonk about one mile below the dam of the Arjzona Canal inence running southerly and westerly a distance of twenty-ot'.e miles through and over sections 24. r', .12. 7. 28 and south part of 31. In town ship 2 north, range S east, and north east corner of wction 6 in township 1 north, range 6 east, and sections 1 and t2 In township 1 north, range S east, and sections 7. 17. 20. 28 and 3:1 in town ship 1 north,- range 6 east, and sections 3. 10. 16. 21 and 29 In township 1 north, ranee 6 east. In the district r,r i.nH. subjec t to sale In the United States Iand Office at Tucson. Arizona, to gether with all the property, righr. title. Interest, estate, claim or demand in law or In equity In popses-lon as well as in expectancy of The Highland Land and Water Company in and to the said ting unvn ami ram. inducing tne bed ant ! nil the right. titl and interest which banks thereof, and what may hereafte- , the said defendant The Highland Land be constructed as well as has already and Water Compnn had. on the 1st day been completed, and all rights of way. of June. A. D. 1SS9. or has since ac extenslnns. enlargements, additions. quired, in and to the property above connections and branches of said canal .described, or so much thereof as may or irrigating ditch and banks which be necessary to satisfy said judgment, have been constructed or acquired by j Interest and costs. !n one parcel and n-i said company sine? the first day of an entirety without mi.mr.iinn June. 1RS9. together with the water Mowing Into or through the same, anl the right to use said franchises, ease ments, property and premises apper- talnlng or belonging or which muy , utrifiurr appertain or neiong to tne or said property will be required to de sald prtiperty. In any. all and every ' posit before making his bid. the sum of respect whatever :also oue hundred live thousand dollars ($..000.00) In seventy-six and six hundred twenty- 1 United States currency, or in certified five one thousandths 17S.623) water , draft or che:k to be approved by me. rights In the said The Highland Land and upon the nronertv hem? striicL- and Water Company's canal, numbered as follows, to-wlt: Fifty-seven 57) to 1 Sixty-seven (S7). Inclusive: seventy-one . oi to seventy-seven Oil Inclusive. I Eighty-six (Si) to Eighty-eight 8S) Inclusive: Ninety-six (96) to Two Hun dred Fifty fISO) Inclusive, and six hun dred twenty-live one thousandths t.62fi) of Water Right No. Seventy (70); Each one of which Is to be used, ap plied and attached to a certain tract or parcel of land not exceeding Eighty I BROOD SOWS I 150 young, 'well graded sows g- with pig will be shipped from $ D. A. Lindley's place In lots to it ,J suit. Address H. E. Falrman, ft Palomas. Yuma Co. FOR SALE Fifty Milch Cows Twenty-five Heifers just coming !n. This herd represents twenty years' ex perience in the dairy business.' It is perhaps the best business herd In the valley. Large, persistent milkers, with high per cent butter fat. Guaranteed test. No such opportunity to buy young tested cows has ever been offered in this valley. . When cowa are sold my farm will be for rent. Best of water privileges un der Maricopa, canal. Apply to E. Kays, at Maricopa Creamery. If This Sort of Thing Uiffetil: but it ru w .nt .-U-anlin hit yrtu want, know whtr iret it; but if ru w.nt . Irinlin nm. careful- ne nl i o r w:tiis n. tro your laundry over to ui. Thcro is no better work drne in the 0 tumi-T ttiat we do Iue Curtain, we are doing loin of Vm. Why? Caie w do Vm right. Let I'd Trove It to Yoj. Yours for good wora and prompt delivery, ARIZONA LAUNDRY, Cor. Adams & 3d Sts. Hlmn al Phoenix Foundry and Machine Works. Machinery, Supplies, Castings, Repairs, etc. , 25 to 33 North Second Street Fifield Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Estimate s"nriilned Room it-:2-is O'Neill Handing P. . Ilax 673, Plincntx. Arizona Joe Fiaeld, Oeo. H. Gallagher SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. (PACIFIC SYSTEM) Commencing January 30. 1901, trains , will leave Maricopa as follows: ; ' 91 A' M- DAII-Y NEW OR- I leans express for Tucson, Ben- ' son, Deming, EI Paso, San Antonio, Houston, New Orle ans. Connecting at New Orleans for Cincinnati and Chi- . cago: also for Washington. Baltimore. I Philadelphia. New York and Boston, 1 fifl P- M- DAILY MIXED TRAIN ' ' " v ' for Gila Bend and way ta- 1 thins. A jO P- M- DAILY MIXED TRAIN j for Tucson and way stations. : O I Q P. M. DAILY PACIFIC EX- i " press for Los Angeles, Fresno,! Sacramento and San Francisco. Con necting at Sacramento and San Fran Cisco for points In Oregon. Nevada and Utah. T. U. GOODMAN. Gen. Pass Agt M) acres, and each of which sail water rights is one of two hundred ant miy li.uij. an or which together are entitled to the use of the first two hun dred 200 cubic feet of water per second wnich shall flow in The High land Land and Water Company's canal. Together with all and singular the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or attached, and also all th property real, pfisnnnl or mixed rights, privileges and franchises .if every Rind anl description whether hereinbefore partirularly enumerate! or no. belonging to said Highland Land, ani Water Company on the 1st day of June. A. D. 1S!. or which by it have been subsequently acquired. Publi. notice is hereby given that I. Hugh H. Price, a Receiver and Spe cial Master aforesaid, will, on the 26th day of Oi-tober.. 19"1. at the hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day. offer for sale and sell at public auction at the front door of the. Courthouse in the City of Phoenix. Arizona Territory highrst and best bidder, upon the term? specified in said decree: provided, that no bid will be received for said prop erty for less than fifteen thousand dol- lars (H.1,000 00), and that the purchaser on to him to forthwith pay the further sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) in like currency, certified draft or che - k in p(v.pi.-f.r'. c..itii..iA. at their par value, plus interest, and that $uch further portion of th? purchase price shall be paid In cash within thirty (M) days thereafter. . . -- . HUGH H. PRICE.. Receiver and Special Master. Dated this 1st day of October. 1901. Klrst publication, October 2. 1901. 3 31 L . A Close Shave Certainly. And JUST AS EASY if you are using one of thoso NKW RAZORS Just got in at the Mansfield -Rhodes Wheel Co. We have Just unpacked tho finest assortment of cutlery ever brought to Phoenix. We still do the big business In Wheels, Guns. Ammunition and Sport ing Goods, and can't be beat for repair work of all kinds. field -Rhodes Wheel Company Ttlsphone Xain 77l 30-32 W. Washington St. 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 beat season to be relieved. Buy tickets at the Banta Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway de pot to Hot Springs and return. C. M. OOI.HOUN, Mgr. HOT SPRINGS. ARIZ. RPA.NS I had suffered in: over a year with a sore mouth a.u-1 ion:gu?. Vile doctor cnid it came from the stom ach. I was advi.m.i lo try Rij.ans tabuies and have found them the best thing I have yet taken. I would advise everybody :hat has any stomach trouble to Try llipans Tabuies. At druggists. The Five-Cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion. The family bottle. 60 cents, contains a supply for a year. $15.00 to $I8.00: a Week salary for an Intelligent man or woman in each town. Permanent position. 30 cents per hour for spare time. Manu facturer. Box 1102. Chicago. PHOENIX B4KCRY CONFECTIONERY Is Your Bread Llght--v 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. Elsele Proprietor Established 1881 'Phcne 891 Dr. Sloyton ays: The English Kitchen keep their cook room in absoIuU clean condition and the quality of their food, together with good service, entitle them to liberal oatronage. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH EVERY TIME is what you get when purchasing your quality and low prices has made F. Griebel's the purchasing - center far tt thrifty and for those who appreciate su perior grades of Coffee. Teas, Cann Goods, Cereals, Flour and Meats. "Live and let live" is our motto and e 11 up to it. FkNK TELEPHONE 43 218 THI II M EPIflNPCDQ Established in I874-We car r lUllLLnO ry the largest line of Gro- ceries, Provisions. Hardware. ImDlenients and ir Mining Supplies, Studebaker Waeons and Car- if 11 Ml 1 nages, wnicn we win sen at bedrock prices. We also made another reduction on our closing out sale of Clothing, Shoes, nm nPmi P. 0 I furnishing goods, etc, etc. I T.W. CHAMBERLAIN Lumber, Lime, Cement, Doors and Sash, Mouldings; Building Materials, Boxes, Etc. Oltlcc and VMi-d, Corner Second Ave. end Jackson 8trce I STANDARD IRON WORKS Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings, Structural --i-' .. . Jrirr and ssteui Cootractons. , . arcond-Kand Machinery Bought and Sold - Postofflce Box 36 Nassau St. - New YJ 40 State St. Boston, Ma FISK & ROBINSON BANKERS AND DEALERS IN INVESTMENT SECURITIES ' Deposit accounts of banks, bank firms and Individuals received, nut,, to sight draft. Interest allowed' balances. Correspondence Invited fr corporations, trustees and other c servatlve Investors. Orders on New York Stock Exchange exect on commission for cash. HARVEY EDWARD F13R GEORGE H. ROBINSO.V, Members New York Stock Exchtr, ESTABLISHED 189S. THB 1 Drnnnnlt llnlinnsf I lOOUUII IfdllUllfi Bank... PRESCOTT, ARIZONA CAPITAL PAID IN....' no,, "irns AMJ PROFITS 5,1 FRANK M. MURPHY. President MORRIS GOLDWATER, Vlce-pr HENRY KINSLEY. Cashier. C O. ELLIS. Assistant Cashier, DIRECTORS: Frank M. Miirp Morris Goldwater. Henry Kinsley. N: Fredericks. John C. Herndon. E Gage. D. M. Ferry. Accounts of Individuals, firms -i corporations solicited on favora terms . p The National Bank of Arizof I'boenlx. Arisons CAPITAL PAID UP.... BITKPM'S ...... no-. Hr ..... a. SOL LEWIS. Vice-President, 8. OHERKKLDER, Cashier JOHN J. SWEENEY. Asst. Cashl UI RECTORS: Emil Oanz. SolL. ', 7i Sml,h- Charles Goldman. Oberfelder. Edward Eisele. Jose T nalheimer. CORRKSPOKriFT9- Ti. T... California, San Franciaco: Laldl&tr J Co.. New York: National Bank 1 vuiiiiurrvT. ai. i.ouis: National Br" of Commerce. Kansas Citv: Flrt V tlonal Bank. Chicago: Colorado V t ion a I Rank. Denver: Farmers' a Merchants' National Bank. Los v gelea; Consolidated National lJau Tucson: Bank of Arizona, Pre.,' Meer.. N. M. Rothachllila A Sor. London. The Valley Bank OF PHOENIX. ARIZONA PATI UP CAPITAL .Jlw . suhplus a . iiiiiihTr. I'resldent. J. C. KIKKPATR1CK. Vice-Pres. W. I). FL'I.Wil.ER. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. AssU Cashie Draft Issued on all of the Impn font cities of the United States .: Europe. Discount commercial par"" and do a general banking business. Ofrice hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman. Wtt enristv. K. J. Bennitt. J. C. Klrkpa: rick. V. C. Hatch, W. D. Fulwile: Lloyd H. Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: Amerira Exchange National Bank. New Yotl American Exchange National bant cnicsgo; f irst National Bank. I. Angeles; Bank or Arizona, Prescoi Arizona: The Anglo-California Banl San Francisco, CaL I Garden City rnordest m the ritr. Sww'wwii joy B i lie di HUiuaing w: nla..iaal tril)pmt-n KllVS nvarrlk atepotcmrih prie. and t I the test 2 cent meal, private room lamuiea. Tickets 94.50. Single Meals 25m Tuck, Hlng & Co. 22-21 E. Washington St.. East of Jacob, t ' Madame Carhart Says: I have patronised several the restaurants in Phoenix uf I have ' found the Eng'Jt Kitchen gives the best variKf and the beat terries of any. The English Kitchen Restaurant Ton Co. 9S-9-7 N. First Stwf foods at this store. Good weight, hlf-i CRIEBEL, - 220 W. WASHINGTON ST -m . V 0 1 uuLuiimn p u LUMBER GO. Dealers In .Manufacturers of