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TUB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: HON DAY MORN1 N, OCTOBEll 2. .1901.
t . . . If SOUTH SIDE NEWS DIRECTORY lytSri 7T. ' ' " ' " i-i.ii - " T J.C LANEY, Aymt. 8UBSCiFTiO8, ADV1I8HHTB, CHAFES, COLLECTION ffC, HWMPTlf OA ED fOff, f. 7. pOM0f. Agtnt. The Tempo National Bank . - QBIKERAL BANKINQ BUI GENERAL BANKINQ BU8INBBS OFFICERS: C. G. Jonea, President; JLC Ozanne, yice-President; W. H. Wil bur. Cahter. ' . , . DIRECTORS: CO. Joiia. X. CL Oaaans. -J. Wt Wolf, W. A. Bolton, M. E. . Curry. ' ,7 ." . - . .. , . DISC HARROWS; SCOTCH CtlP aPE&: PLOWS Just received' a car. Latest Improvements!' Lowest Prices! Tfinpe Hardware & Supply Company If You Want to Buy or Sell v Call on YV. A. BOLTON, Dealer m Land Insurance, Tempe,' Arizona. ' TEMPE The entertainment Riven, by the Al alia society at the Normal school Sat urday evening. ' entitled the "bounty Fair," was a j suipndouH and most gratifying saceess." ' Ther? wasn't a single hU,ch throughout the entire ei-tertaimnt- The different numbers In song:, Vjantomime, one-act farce, tc. er sung and acted with the ease and gre'ce of professionals. "When it is understood that but a vhort time was available for rehearsal and practice, those who were -fortunate enough to attend this delightful enter tainment, they will fully appreciate the unstinted praise and credit due all who were In charge.- Two of the most indefatigable work ers and to whose untiring efforts the entertainment success was . largely clue were Mrs. E.. R. Averill and Miss Jessie? M. Smith, ably assisted by othT mernbers of the faculty. Mrs. Averill is already well known to the public, she being the authoi-ess of the territorial anthem, '"Hail Ari zona. The Sun-Kissed Land.'- , Mrs. Averill had supervision of the musical part of the programme. The harmony and technique exhibited spoke more highly than words can express of the thorough training the scholars had re ceived and of this popular and success ful teacher's unusual ability. Miss Jessie M. Smith, whose excel lent work as head of the elocutionary department at the Normal has already brought her into prominence., again has -outdone all former efforts In her work at the Alpha "County Fair." Special credit is due Miss Smith from the fact thaf all material for the dif ferent numbers, was selected from the youngest members of the school that compose the Alpha, one of the literary societies of the- Normal. - She is. hap pily endowed with the ability and faculty to mould the most raw re cruits and elevate them to such a state of excellence that their acting and declamation is done with the grace and ease of a, veteran. The combined ef forts of Mrs. Averill and Miss Smith were no better shown than in the daiaty and appropriate costumes and excellent staging and lighting. . " The entertainment opened with music by the Tempe band, followed with the opening address of Mr. O. C Odell, in a few well-chosen words. At the first strains of a pretty march out filed sixteen charming and daintily costumed young ladies, who by their graceful delsartian movements, danc ing and singing in the chorus "The Honeysuckle and the Bee." brought forth repeated rounds of applause from the audience, necessitating their re sponse to the encore. The pantomime, "Simple Simon In The Art Gallery." was a mirth inspir ing number, and ended with two of the classical statues descending from their pedestals and leading Simple Simon (Elmer Redden), from the gal lery by the ear. The mandolin, duet by the Misses Hyder, Wood and Kingsbury was one of the neatest and most pleasing num bers on the programme and was greatly appreciated by the audience. Special mention shmild be made' of the excellent work and ability exhib ited in the delightful little one-act farce, entitled "A Country Tramp." Miss Udell, as the leading lady, sweet- Good Good& and Fair Treatment. , - - Our prices are right, our goods-are right, our treatment Is white. We al ways carry a hfgh'grade of goods and ar extensive assortment in all lines. We can please all. x THE BOSTON STORE J. Hyder & Brother, Proprietors. Look Vow Our- Sign A A T-CDCrV T . DDTCDC Ir TH A , iw j. a ii x jj.vnj ex. t-.f incorporated p. 5 FBOPKIETOBS OF I THE HAYDEN FLODR MILLS. .9 Wholesale deolers and shippers of I HHY HND GRHIN, Large Contracts a Specialty. ." Tempe, Ariz The New Dutch MtKttttx$S8& sizes; also Gem Seeders and Canton Clipper Plows. Get our prices before buying. WaburInllen Hardware Company mesa jueiizotxxl. Tempe, Arizona TEMPB ARIZONA If You Want Your Wagon Fixed Don't Go to a Baker Go to a blacksmith, and If you want tailoring done, go to a tailor. All my suits are guaranteed to fit. All are cut right here in the shop, by a tailor of years experience, thus insuring perfect- fit. Suits sent off to be made, from 415 up to t-o, and all suits over $ made up right here. Better goods can be given for the money by sending off when the price to b? paid is less than$25.00, and my -aim is always to give my customers the very best for their money. Have an experienced tailor take your measure. The Denver Tailor, Tempc, Arizona. - Remember, ALL my suits are GUAR ANTEED TO PIT. ' Cleaning, pressing and repairing promptly done. ly and with polished ease acted the part of Pauline. Miss Hayden as So phia and Miss Schwartz as Lou, and last, but not least. Mr. Uedden, as the Trarnp. completed the personnel of this excellent number. Tne tramp was gifted with a most persistant appetite- and whenever tne coast was clear, crawled through the window and helped himself to the viands. The side shows were whatu small boy in his delight would call "stem winders." "The Triple Triton." a most remarkable creature with a largo head, a yellowish shock of hair, large body, two arms and three legs, whom they say in some mysterious manner is connected with Messrs. Edgar Hendrtx and Carl Buck, appeared beforf the audience and executed a typical shaKe down frontwards, and then proceeded to do it backwards, to show their great skill. The Doll Auction, too. was very pleasing. Miss Marguerite Schwartz had charge of the machinery and all the dolls worked and spoke their lit tle pieces: "Mamma," "Papa," etc., to perfection. "The Chamber of Horribles" was a most hair-raising affair, too difficult to describe on paper, and should be seen to be appreciated. "The Bellamy. Quadrille" seemed to be a little bit turned around, and re minded the observer of the title of that wll known book "Looking Backward." However they executed this difficult manoeuver, courtesied and "swung on the corners' with as much grace as could be expected under the circum stances, though it was noticed that one Did You Hurt Your Hanclj$ - Poor fellow! You should hare purchased one of those fin - gloves of Goodwin. All kinds, all prices, from 25 cents up. Notions,, groceries, candies and produce always fresh Pickles in bulk lots of 'em. Wrti. Goodwin Groeir TEMPE ARIZONA THINK OF IT 160 Acres of fine farming land, nt TEN DOLLARS PER ACRE. Al so some flue bargains In Real Es tate. Houses, land and wajer for rent. - , A. NIELSEN, T nape, Ariz. "Agent for the New York life in surance Co. or two of the actors nearly loet their heads. . After the performance in the aud itorium the large and well pleased audience, composed of a large portion of the residents and prominent peopkt of Tempe and vicinity, together with a gratifying number of viators, from both Phoenix and Mesa, udjourned - to the corridors and favored the different booths with their patronage. Here sweet meals were sold to eager customers,- a "good natured rivalry existing between the competitors to see who would secure the most trade. After viewing the side shows all adjourned to the lowest lloor to observe the chariot race and partake of light re freshments that were served. The chariot race was intensely ex citing and "Ben Hur." in this instance the same as in that famous book Lew Wallace, look a fall out of the Roman. There was great interest taken la the voting contest as to who vas:ths ugllest'and homeliest4' man; It seemed to be nip and tuck between Elmer Ruse and Clarence Paddock, - but Elmer finally pulled under the wire, a winner with but a few votes to spare. Miss Marion Thomas received the greatest number of votes as the most beautiful girl. - The Methodist Episcopal church is fortunate in having secured the servi ces of Rev. H. Irwine Farr, who entered their pulpit and preached his initial sermon. Sunday. He arrived In Tempe withhi family on Saturday morning. The following names are registered nt the Hotel Atwood: - Mr. M. S. Bornstein. San Francisco: Mr. Walter' Bowman. Bisbee: Mr. - W. Haitt. BIs bee: Mrs. M. J. Allen, Phoenix: Mr. R. H. Benin on, San Diego. Ed Holbrook.hus employed a skilled chef and opened a restaurant at the place formerly occupied by Hnry Frisch, all who patronize him are as sured of excellent service. Miss Rosie Burkhart. who came- .to Tempe but a short time ago with her brother from Columbus Grove. C - to seek relief from lung trouble, died Saturday evening after an extended illness. She did not Improve as was ex pected, and It was decided thit they should return home, but before the train had pulled out from th dpot Miss Burkhart was seized with a sink ing spell. She was Immediately, re moved to the house at which she had been stopping, and every effort was made to revive her. but without avail. She passed away without rallying. TYPICAL, SOUTH AFRICAN STORE. O. R. Larson of Bay Villa, Sundays river. Cape Colony, condncts a store typical of South Afrk-a. 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 question. 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's Cough Remedy. This must surely be a record." For sale by Elvey & Hulett. . SHORT PERSONAL-STORIES. When General Moreau was in Eng land he was once the victim of a rather droll misunderstanding. He was pres ent at a, concert where a piece was sung by the choir with the refrain: "Tomorrow, tomorrow." Having a very Imperfect knowledge of English, he fancied it to be a cantata given In his honor, and thought he. dis tinguished the words: ' "To Moreau. to Moreau." Each time the refrain was repeated he rose to his feet anil gratefully bowed on all sides, to the great aston ishment of the audience, who did not know what to make of it. ..... Ask any educated Frenchman to name a typical miser, and he will an swer without hesitation, "the late Pres ident Grevy." His avarice seemed as clear as the light of day. M. Grevy gave few receptions, and a contribution on his part to a charity was a thing almost unheard of. "He must, indeed, be. a hardened old. miser," so every body argued, "to prefer loss' of popu larity to loss of a few thousand a year In charities." It appears, we have all Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa Stage. Leaves Phoenix 8:30 a ro. Return on your own time. Telephone 864, Office. ' L. W. COLLINS, Prop. School Books! -School Books! And all kinds of supplies for the schools at lowest cash prices. - P. T. P0MEK0Y & CO. SucccsKore to Pomeroy & Mets, CODE BUILDING, MESA. been unjuf-t to M. Orevy. The former steward'of the Elysee palace. M. de Gourlet. In his memoirs, which will be published shortly, says that no more open handed man never lived than M. flrevy. Only he never gave anything himself. His gifts were snt through friends, and he never allowed his char ities to be mentioned. His right hand knew not what his left hand gave. "I speak with knowledge," says M. de Gourlet; "I was often his l?:t"hand." H ' ; . - A ner; remedy for biliousness la now on sale at Elvey & Hulett's drug store. It Is railed Chamberlain s stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack If given as soon as the first indication of tne disease ap pears. Price, 25 cents per box. Sam ples free.' . '. : - Phoenix Foundry and Machine Works. Machinery, Supplies, -Castings, Repairs, etc. 25 to 33 North Second Street Wciler' s Meat M&rhetjj Next Door to 1'o.tofllce i The best of everything.' Bir- btcued Meats a specialty. A WEI LEW, - - Proprietor Gordon & Smithline Brick Manufacturers Common Press and Stock :"' Brick - .. South Third Street. Telephone sat Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Estimates For nished Room. 11-,2-lS O'Neill BuiKling 1'. . Uox 573. , . Phoenix, Arizon Joe Finald Geo. K. OallagSer KEEP YOUR C2 FRIEDMAN, ThTpAWNBROKER, who can help you In time of need, and you can always find him at 41 North Center, w'here he Is open for any fair deal, and has bargains for everyone in unredeemed pledges, such as watches, diamonds, shotguns, rifles and revolvers. Arizona Loan Office 41 North Oeutcr Strtel. Heir Hotel Ad. in.. GRISWOLD . THE BICYCLE MAN, Sells Res cycles. The best and easiest running Wheel on' earth. Don't get something else because they say It is just as good. , Agent for the Chicago Cash Register, the most perfect of' all registers. Most complete repair shop In tbe city. Prices reasonable and work guar anteed. The Bashford - Burmister Company WHOLESALE AND It ST AIL DKALEEtf 1 General - Merchandise Fra.oott, Arisonsv We carry, full . lines of everything. We have a big store. We do a big business, ' but can do more j j j j j j j j -When in Prcscott it will please ns to bsve you c&ll snd get Acquainted FOR SALE FiftLtyich Twenty-five Heifers just coming In. 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 la this valley. When cows are sold my farm will be for rent. Best of water privileges un der Maricopa canal. Apply to E. Kays, at Maricopa Creamery. The Model Grocery i( Corner Center - and Idams Street. That Is Our New Location. Stnltaltne A Onr, iToprietor. Staple and Fancy Groceries for .. Family Trade. 1 Telephone 1511. If This Sort ot Things what you want, von know when tiit if hut it ran w .nt rlsanHntf. curefui- nea- a,n'l ror wane . tarn your Uuudry'-over tout. TteivUuo better work d d iu tbe 0 -mi. try tbun we do L.e Curtln, we are doing lota of em. Why? Onse w do Vn rlgbt. Let Us Prove It to Voj. Yours lor good wore and prompt delivery. ARIZONA LAUNDRY. Cor. Adams & 3d Sts. Phone Ml WOK KtrtT Furnished rooms 10 to tS per month. Two-story ' furnished house. First avenue. $35 per month. Two-story unfurnished- house, Wash ington street. $25 per month. FOR HALB Brick cottage. Third avenue. $750. Two-story brick house, Washington 10.-aere chicken ranch, house, shade trees" 1 mile north Capito 1 grounds, j 5 acres two m'ties east city hall, $400. Blacksmith "shop, 00. - . W. J. MURPHY, . . O'Neill Block To Be Well Dressed Is an essential quality In meats, and all that we handle is not only well se lected, prime and hish grade, but is trimmed andr dressed by experts. Our choice tender sirloin and porterhouse steaks and our mutton chops are mor sels for the gods, and will make the epicure say: ; "Fate cannot harm me, I have dined today." . P. T. Hurley. 15 West Washington St. 'Phone 121 Cold Air Storage Market. S. J. TRIBOLET 114-116 E. Washington St.. Opposite City ' Hall. Telephone No. 61. ' Having rebuilt . and enlarged my Meat Market. Cold Storage Plant and Sausage Factory. I am better than ever prepared to plea-se my customers In every possible way. . There is now no better equipped market between Denver and San Francisco. I will reopen my Meat Market October 1, 1901, in connection with an up-to-date Dclleatoascn and Produo C.partm.st, - ana will handle DELICATESSEN OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. FjSH AND OYSTERS fresh from the coast every day. LIVE -AND DRESSED POUL TRY. GAlME IN SF5ASON, domestic and imported FRUIT and VEGETA , BLES. PRODUCE and v I . B:rb.ouod Moats of - . Rll Kinds ' . I will be glad to see air my old as well as new customers ON THE OPENING DAY and will give to everyone a FREE SAMPLE OF BAR BECUED MEAT. You will find anything eatable you can fancy In my market. I will keep only goods of first quality. Try me and get the best. Shipping orders will have my spec ial attention and -wholesale price lists will gladly be furnished to the trade.. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. I (PACIFIC SYSTEM) I Commencing January 30. 1901, trains ! will leave Maricopa aa follows: tey A. M. DAILY NEW OR ? t""' leans express; for Tucson, Ben son, Demlng, El Paso, San Antonio, Houston, New Orle ans. Connecting at New Orleans for Cincinnati and. Chi cago; also for Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. 1 .0 Pl M- DAILT MIXED TRAIN -- for Gila Bend and way sta tions.. A K) P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN for Tucson and way stations. O "I O P. M. DAILY PACIFIC EX-- press for Loa Angeles, Fresno, Sacramento and San Francisco. Con necting at Sacramento and San Fran cisco for points In Oregon, Nevada and Utab. T. H. GOODMAN, Con. Pas Agt, A Close Shave Certainly. And JUST AS EASY If you are using sne of those NEW 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 Jrt Wheels,. Guns, Ammunition and Sport ing Goods, and can't be boat for repair work of all' kinds. Mansfield -Rhodes Wheel Company . Telephone Vain ... 1771 .: 80-32 W. Washington 8L CASTLE CREEK Hot Springs. YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZ. ; "Season of 1901-190E - now open; New buildings just completed: More rooms with baths; all rooms heated by hot water system .-when re quired: electric lighting of buildings and grounds. High standard of excellence in all features strictly main tained. Descriptive pamph- ' let on. application to L. H. Landls-. Pass. Agt. . F. P. ' & P. R-y Co., Phoenix Ari zona, or to ' ' i C. M. COLHOUN, Mgr. HOT SPRINGS. ARIZ. R'.p.A-NS -I awoke in the night about two o'clock and found that something I had eaten was fermenting on the stomach. I took two Ripans Tabules and had no fur ther trouble. . ' At druggists. The Five-Cent packet Is enough for an ordinary occasion. The family - bottle, GO cents, contains a supply for a year. $ 150 young, well graded . sows 'x with pig will be shipped from D. A. Lindley's place in lots to 6 suit. Address II. E. Falrman, '9 Palomas. Xunia Co o fatomas. xuma .o. pholnix bakery AND CONFECTIONERY Is Your Bread Lights- 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. j Ed. Eisele - Proprietor Established 1881 Phone 891 Dr. Slnyton days: . : The English Kitchen keep ' their cook room la absolute clean condition and the quality of their food; together with good service, entitles them to liberal oatronajfc IIC DinilCCDO I n1- riUIILLnO & II ceries, Provisions, & U Minine Supplies. Studebaker Waeons and Car- jj riages, which we will sell at bedrock prices. We j also made another reduction on our closing out sale of Clothing, Shoes, J furnishing goods, etc., etc I T. W. CHAMBERLAIN Lumber, Lime, Cement, Doors and Sash, Mouldings, Building Materials, Boxes, Etc. Office and Yard Cornet Second Ave. and Jackson Btreotj STANDARD IRON WORKS Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings, Structural : " Irjn and Steel Contractors. Btoond-Haol Uachinery Bons-ht 36 Nassau St.. - - New York Ml OlulO tlr - TVDUaUJU, Bjjj FISK & ROBINSON, BANKERS AND DEALERS IN INVESTMENT . SECURITIES Deposit accounts of banks, hank, firms and Individuals received subject to stent drAft. Interest alw.. balances. Correspondence invited trl corporations, trustees and other cm" servatlve Investors.' Orders on iv New York Stock Exchange execu,! on cnmmiMion for inah 1 , HARVEY EDWARD FISK. GEORGE H. ROBINSON, ESTABLISHED 1833. . THE Prescott National Rank prescott, uaiirAin Arizona tArilAL 'A 1 1J IN fiftn SURPLUS AND PROFITS....'. m FRANK M. MURPHY Tn.i.-. MORRIS GOLD WATER, Vlcp ntftKi rii-ai.r. I, cashier. C. O. ELLIS, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS: Frank M. Murohr Morris Goldwater. Henry Kinsley. j. r reaencKS, jonn c Herndon, E. B uace, u m. retry. Accounts ot Individuals, firm, tod corporations solicited : on favorable terms. Tbe National Bank of Arizona Phoenix, Arizona CAPITAL PAID UP Jlonw, SURPLUS Sm KM 1L GAXZ, President. SOL LKtVIS. Vice-President. S. OBERKKLDKR, Cashier. JOHN J. SWEKNBY. Asst. CashW DIRECTORS: Emil Gam. Sol lwu, J. Y. T. Smith. Charles Goldman, s' lerf elder. Edward Eisele, JoseDt Thalheimer. C' lRRIiSPONDENTS: The Rank o( Caliromia, San Francisco: Laiolaw A Co.. New York: Nutional Bank of Commerce. St. Louis: National Bank of Commerce, Kansas City: Firt Na tional Bank, Chicago: Colorado Na tional ltank. Denver: Farmers a&j Merchants' Nntional Rank. Los An geles: -Consolidated National ltank Tucson; Hank of Arizona. Presrou Xlessrs. N. M. Rothschilds A Sons London. - T The Valley Bank OF PHOENIX. ARIZONA PAIP UP CAPITAL.'.:.'.... SURPLUS ilBj WM. CHRISTY. President. J. C. KIRKPATRICK. Vice-PreJ. W. 1). FULWILER. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Asst. Cashier. Drafts issued on all of the Impor tant cities of the United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper and do a general banking business. Office hours: 9 a. rh. to 3 p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman; Wm Christy, E. J. Bennitt. J. C. Kirkpat rick. F. C. Hatch, W. D. Fulwiler. Lloyd B. Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: American Exchange National Bank. New York: American Exchange National Bank Chicago: First National Bank. Los AnReles: Bank of Arizona. Prescott. Arizona;, The Anglo-California Bank San Francisco. CaL n - - J -- n:- Tan oldest in th "itr. it UdlllCll bill tov. lh but sUDilinc u DoetlnronT tradesmen, buys everrthiai llC!hldUI lllll. st snnt nah Toriec. ana tire the best 2 cent meal. Private rooms tor families. TickeU fl.SO. Single Meals wcenu- Tuck, HI tirff Co. 2-2 1 E. Washington St.. East ol Jacobs k 0 Madame carhart Savs: I have patronized several ... the restaurants . In Phoenix ! I have, found the. Engl Kitchen gives the best vaneo and the best service of any. The English Kitchen Restaurant Tom Co. SS-a? H. First rtn t'or an Appetite 'As every man knows freshness Groceries, healthful and nutrttKW food Is the foundation of good heal Our line of Cereals includes the wr best of Health Foods. Canned Ft and Meats are A. No. 1. Our diffr grades of fine Coffees and Tea can be excelled. All goods in the line Family Groceries sold at the lo market price. . FRANK GRItBFL, 218-20 W. Washington St.. - Tel. 15'- Established in 1874 We car- ry.the largest line of Gro- Hardware, Implements and var- 0 flftl Oil A II O bULUrilHI. Cf U LUMBER CO. Dealer. Manufacturer of and Sold I ' Postofttce Box45 et.ti LC icn-' omew -esidei unc Limit, he Hi a re" lerde. nea til a ,0r Sonor of 1 Lnd W -eigi ion.- km ej hie A; Mteen kpen, i luxu krma na loen t Uier oi bd t bon t kits i fcrty tatioi rriva efore d t! hess : hanar Ive n khortl tagot otn be. t (over! -iew bouni butlu kd ol colti ictl! ireen -na ,(ter