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THE AUIZOXA KErUliLICA3: MONDAY MORXlitfG, DECEMBER 2, 1901.
G THE TEMPE - MESA REPUBLICAN FREDERICK C. WRIGHT, Editor Tempe Department, Office -Hotel Caia Loma. 'Phone 26. The Tempe National Bank OENHHAL BANKING BUSIN OFFICERS: C. G. Jones, President; A. C. Ozanne, Vice-President; W. H. Wilbur. Cashier. . DIRKCTOHS: c. (5. Jones. A. C. Ozanne, J. W.- Woolf, W. A. Bolton, M. E. Cun y. REMEMBER MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, IS THE DATE OF OUR FERST ANNUAL HOLIDAY SALE December will be a month of bargains to move goods before taking inventory. Tempe Hardware & Supply Company T We Represent in combined Insurance Assets. Only our business. Insure with us. W. A. BOLTON TEMPE The mayor and town council felt much pleased at their success in the linal disposition of the entire issue of $30,000 a per cent water works bonds. Mr. Dwight B. Heard is the purchaser. At a special meeting of the council last evening the abstract was brought down to date and when completea was mailed to Chicago. There is considerable yet to be done before actual work can be begun on the plant. The plans and specifications wil have to be slightly al tered and then it will be necessary to advertise for bids on construction. This will mean in the neighborhood of two or three months before construction of the water works plant can begin. In the meantime the council will not be idle. 'I ney Intend to take the electric light proposition up vigorously. After a thorough investigation they undoubted ly will decide to build an electric light plant in connection with the water works system. The expense will not be great, yet the immediate results upon completion would be most gratifying. The money for constructing the electric light plant undoubtedly could be obtained here in Tempe. fcr many would be glad of the opportunity to place such a loan. The mayor and council and all who have had anything to do with the further ing or the water works scheme deserve great credit for their perseverance. This is the only debt Tempe has assumed, yet it is quite a feather in her cap to have been successful in placing the bonds drawing but r per cent interest. .Mr. Dwight B. Heard has exhibited at all times more than ordinary inter est in Tempe's welfare. In his efforts to dispose of the $30,000 bonds he not only corresponded with many capital ists but mailed many photos of Tempi to give a better idea of the town. To him is largely due the credit for suc cessful disposition of the bonds. Mr. d. S. Haskings. buyer for Cuda hy Packing Co. of Los Angeles, has purchased four cars of cattle from Woolf Sachs and tAO cars from J. K. Sturgeon. They will be shipped to Los Angeles this morning. Both Mr. Sachs ;;.nd Mr. Sturgeon have made extensive shipments in live stock this fall. All the cattle shipped have been in excel lent condition and well fattened. The band boys gave an enjoyable t oncert on the street yesterday. It was listened to by an appreciative au dience. Place your order now for extras of the Tempe department Christmas num-i her. It is to be a "hummer." After they are out of print no more can be se cured. If you delay you will regret it. "Babe" has returned to Tempe after a sdiort visit to the sea shore. On hi: way home he stopped at Phoe.iix for short visit among old friends. Hi claims to have had a very pleasant trip, though is gratified to once more tread the streets of Tempe. Our line of dress goods is well select ed and up to date. Prices right. New York store, Tempe. HOTEL CASA LOMA TEMPE, HRIZONK, A new, modern, first-class family hotel, run on the American and Euro pean plans. Rooms $20 per Month and up. Table board $25 per month and up. Single meals 50 cents. Visitors to Tempe are cordially invited to use the hotel parlors. I ALFRED J. PETERS & CO., Incorporated $ PEOPKIETOK3 OF THE HAYDEN 2 Wholesale dealers and shippers of I H7W AND GRAIN. Large Contracts a Specialty. .V The Village Blacksmith has to lire and he makes It oft the men who use the old style gang plows. Every rancher Bhoul.l save money by using a BENICIA ROTARY DISC PLOW which Is self-sharpening and will not hang up on the stumps in your held. Will plow anything. Fifty per cent lighter draught. WILBUR-MULLEN HARDWARE COMPANY, AGENTS FOR SOUTH SIDE. HRIZONH. and Manager F. O. Box 829 F. T. FOMEROT, Temp, Arizona B88 EMI'B ARIZONA Over $100,000,000 the best companies. We understand . . TEMPE, ARIZ. WRINKLES AROUND THE EYES are usually caused by defective sight. The wrinkles can. in many cases, be prevented by correctly fitted glasses. To lit glasses correctly requires a knowledge of refraction and the nec essaiy instruments. I have both. T. R. JONES Horoloscr and Refrsctlonlst TEMPE, ARIZ. Call on us, we will guarantee to treat you right and quote lowest prices. Hy der Bros, store. THE SUNLIGHT. Emerson: This world belongs to th3 energetic. The surest way to catch a cold is to be constantly trying to avoid it. It does not follow because a diamond is of the first water that it has only been in soak once. Also the number of negro murder3 that aro being committed "for love" is quite surprising. Some men are discreet enough to be lieve only half that they hear, but they select the wrong half. The governor of Arkansas acts very much like a man who wants to be known as "Fighting Jeff." An assistant passenger agent may be a consistent member of the Ruman church and still be an A. P. A. Henry Watterson3 criticism that Croker talks too mut h would have come with better grace from a ueaf mute. Persons who oh.iext to paying taxes should remember thut those who have no taxes to pay feci even worse about it. A good many dt-mot rats will cele brate Jackson day In January because they have "othing el::e left to celebrate. The Colombian revolution seems to have come to an abrupt stop. It may be that the rebels mistook Colon for a period. Pugilism is another profession that needs to be elevated. At least there is a suspicion that it is no longer on the level. Awful thought suppose the Judgt s of the Schley inquiry should disagree and the case would have to be tried all over again! It is marvelous the amount of stocks that can be bought now for ten cents a share that will be worth more than par in a few days! A boy in Syracuse. X. Y.. has a brain that "ticks like a watch." And. strange to say, he never con1 plains of feeling at all run down. "Learn to economize your forces," says the Manayunk Philosopher. "It's a waste of energy to swear at a deaf man or argue with a fool." Wu Ting-Fang, the minister from the Flowery Kingiom. will be in Kan sas City December li. It is really too bad he missed the Flower show. FLOUR MILLS.! Tempe, Ariz Hditor and Manager Mesa Department. P. T. Fomeroy Co. For Sal SO acres, one mile from Tempe, $1,200 160 acres relinquishment under the Tempe Canal. Also three houses for rent, and four city lots cheap. Apply to A. NIELSEN, Tempe, Ariz. Asent for the New York life in surance Co. THIS BUSY WORLD. It is said that the cheapest railway fares in the world are to be found in Hungary. It is estimated that there are at pres ent about 300,000 domestic ostriches in South Africa. The first alcoholic perfume made In Europe was Hungary water, made from rosemary in 1370. Vienna has a school for waiters with a three years course. Among the sub jects taught is French. The German army authorities have appropriated $.o,000 for motor carriages for use In the approaching maneuvers. There are 33 museums. 13y libraries. 40 scientific and literary societies and 702 newspapers in the Mexican republic Cotton growers have netted $4"J.ieO. 000 more for the past five crops (VMtl crop estimated) than for the previous five. Arrests for drunkenness in 129 cities of the United States are said to aggre gate 312,Ot during the last llscal year. Two hundred carloads of stel have just been sent to supplant the wooden bridge in the Sacramento canyon, Cali fornia. Queensland, in Australia, grows greaf quantities of sugar cane and has thou sands of acres yielding grapes, bananas and oranges. In Manitoba there is a grain crop for the year of nearly 86.000.000 bushels, of which 4S.857.25Tt are wheat, 39,205.775 oats and 6.433.319 barley. In Chicago boilers of steam motor carriages have to be Inspec ted by the boiler inspector department of the city the same as any other boiler. No fewer than 4.000 Paris landlords have refused to provide a proper drain age system in their houses In accord ance with the new sanitury regulations. A Michigan man has given 3.".unn acres of denuded timber lj.nd to the state forestry commission. Out of 6.S31 earthquakes which had been recorded in the world from the earliest times up to IvV) the British Isles experienced no fewer than 22H. Leeds. England, has a teetotal work house. The cost of IntoxP-aiits in thrt institution is under a farthing per head per annum, brandy being the only stimulant used, and that solely for the Infirmary patients. A recent census bulletin shows that there are 21.329.S1J) males In th United States of voting age. Only 13.970.000 of them cast their votes for president 1 ist year, not quite two-thirds of the whole number. The 1.9S0 miles between Skagway and St. Michael, Alaska, are covered by 600 dogs, working in relays of twenty five miles, in four and one-half days. Between White Horse and Dawson 110 horses are kept going day and night in relays. The strongest animals exist entirely on vegetable food. It is the ferocity of the lion rather than his strength that makes him formidable. An elephant Is a match for several lions and is a veg etarian. The animals with most speed and endurance the horse, the reindeer and the antelope are also vegetarians. An American syndicate has Just bought the old McKVnzle concession to supply the City of Mexico with water. The water will be brought from the Al moloya springs, forty miles southwest of the capital. The work will Include sixteen miles of canal, six miles of steel piping and the installation of motive power. COUOHS AND COLDS IX CHIL DREN. Recommendation of a Well Known hieago Physician. I use and prescribe hamberluinV I'ouffh Remedy for almost all obstinate constricted coughs, with direct results. I prescribe it to children of all ages. Am glad to recommend it to all In need and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial a mictions. It is non-narcotic and safe In the hands of the most unprofessional. A universal panacea for all mankind. Mrs. Mary It. Mellendy. M. j),. I).. Chicago, III. This remedy Is for sale hy Elvey & Hulett. EXCURSION TO CHICAGO. On account of the International Live Stock Exposition to be held in Chicago November 30th to December 6lh. the Maricopa & Phoenix line n connection with the Southern p.i ilic Company, will place on sale November 3ftth to De cember 1st. tickets to Chicago and re turn at rate of Ji;6.3'i. i--r further in formation call on local agents. M. O, IllrKNRLL, i. P. A. Phoenix, 'Tempe and Mesa Stage. leaves Phoenix 8:30 a. m. Return on your own time. Telephone 264, Office. L. W. COLLINS, Prop. IF YOU HAVE Land to sell or rent, water to sell or rent or houses to rent, list them with us and we will help you. We have soma choice bargains In both city and country property. Twenty acres or good land, cleared and fenced .only J2G. Must sell. P. T. P0MER0Y.& CO. CODE BUILDING, MESA. HIS CTJEE FOB. BED Chicago Man Collects a Bill at an Of fice Where They Had System Stories of red tape In the government departments at Washington are com mon, but they are not the only places where delays In the transaction of business are found. There are concerns ; in every large city so hemmed In by red taire that It may take a week or so to i untangle it, and a Chicago man ran 1 into one of them not long ago. 1 The concern owed him a little money, I and after waiting uwhlle for a chec k he went to collect It. He didn't go far. j however, for he was stopped by a boy ; at the outer door of the first of the ' many oftlces. "What do you waul?" asked the boy. ' "Money." said the man. ! "What for?" demanded the boy. The man explained, and thereupon , the boy told him that all such accounts were paid Saturdays at the cashier's 1 office. So the man came back Satur- da y. Iont know anything about it," said the cashier. "You'll have to get an or der from some one." Then the man started out after th nrdr nnd promptly ran up ngtiinst the boy again. "Write out your nam and the nature of your business." said the boy, "an 1 I'll take It in to Mr. Smith." The man did as he was told, and word came back that Mr. Smith didn't krort, anything at all about it. "If I can see Mr. Smith half a min ute." suggested the man. "I think I ca$. straighten the matter out." "Mr. Smith has no time to see you." answered the boy. "but maybe Mr. Jones knows something about it." Mr. Jones was equally Inaccessible. Another boy guarded the outer dur for hin. and another statement had to be written out and sent in to him. which resulted in the announcement that Mr. Jones didn't know anything about It. "Can't I see anybody In this office?" demanded the man In desperation. "It's only a small matter and if I coul 1 get hold of somebody In authority 1 could straighten It out In less than two minutes." "XIx." answered the boy. "Can't see anybody here unless h knows about your business first." The man next tried writing a letter, but it remained unanswered, sj he v ent back in person. Hy this time he had become Interested as well as In dignant. He wanted to see bow much time and labor It would take to get the money. n the second trip luck favored him. Workmen were changing some olllce partitions, and he managed to slip through when no one was looking and get hold of a man at one of the desks. "How about It?" he aske3 when he had stnted hf business. "Kverything here." replied the m.in at the desk, "is done according to a rysicm. Xow. If anything Is due you. you should make out a bill in regul ir form and " ".Make out a bill!" cried the amateur collector. Hang It all! I can't get a banco to present a bill to any one." However. th.tt seemed to be the only thing left for him to do. so be de parted to make out a bill; and while he vas doing It he kept getting warmer and warmer until he reached a pMnt where he made the bill "for services rendered, $157." Then he returned to the office nnd gave it to the first boy h- met. "I'll bt that will wake them up," he said to himself. It did. The boy was bat k Inside of two minutes with the message that "Mr. Smith says it is exorbitant. He called up the right department through the office 'phone and was told the amount was only $7." ' f course." said the man with the bill, "but I wanted to pet action on it some way. You tell Mr. Smith that th-re Is n discount of $150 for cah." Word came hack that a check would be mailed that afternoon: and It was. Ail of which shows that there is a way to wake up a red taie office. New York Sun. The snake with two heads now In th New York Zoological park, which is xpei ted to die because one head lights with and bites the other when ecr food is set before the reptile, si-t-ms to disprove the old adage tint "two beads are better than one." Wabash Niagara 5"'mOU6H SLLEPiNO OR SERVICE -Vi H IflTTr ; tM P KANSAS CITY JW jacksonvm ytWM$m OFFERS YOU 4 Through Trains Daily from Chicago 4 ThrouRh Trains Daily from St. Louis 4 trains uany trom Kansas City M -r - . . . BOIIIPMEXT: T'm'llnltii' Chnlr - n .., . uhiiiuii ruiace Sleepers, HinliiK and Cafe Cars on nil trains. Poll If trainmen. Perfect road bed, shortest lino and quickest I line. TouriBt cars Mondays and Thurs days, 2!V4 hours Chicago to Boston. C. S. CRANK, O. P. T. A., St. Louis, Mo. ItOSS C. CLINK, P. C. P. A.. Lo Angel. ill fit fl i UriadfiT Hair Se tra ;er.na Vict duster errand avl at at tbo r??t of the hair, leaking 4&n4 ruff, causing f&l.inv heir, f.na bald resa I A HtaUfey Bs?i. A" caarlts cxter- I nrJ layer rf cpidsr- fzark. the lairtor extremity. "B" mr.rtc; tho Internal layer. C " nvrks thn rnat o! the heir. NEWBRO'S Destroy those parotitic germas A and it is the only hair preparation 4 that iocs. "Destroy the cause M you remove t!is eft" jet." fj FOE SALE BY E5ESGISTS. Q HIS LEGAL PTATL'S. "It 1 better, gentlemen of the Jury. sonorously said an Arkansaw liwyer. vho was defending a pernon 01 measly looks a .id malodorous reputation, "that nine guilty men should escape than that one innocent man should suffer punishment. J therefore " "That's nil i.ight. Mr. Gabbleby." In terrupted Siiire lVavy, a moss-grown but shrewd old justice of th' pence. "Hut I fe.-l obliged to sawtcr cull th attention of the gentlemen of the Jury to the fact that durln the time you have been pratticiu lav. in this yere cou't, your proratty of nine guilty men have already done escaped, and I'll also incidentally mention that I happen to have a pretty good Idee that the pri' ner at the bar is guilty, and in addi tion to that I am irdghty shore that hj is perfectly capable of comr.iittin' tiv c rime, tvn if he hain't actually done it. FOH OVEIt FIFTTi YIIARS Mrs. Wir.slow'a Soothing Syrup ii: been ustnl for children teething It soothes the chlM. softer.a the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colie, and is the bst remedy for diarrhoea. Tweniy-five cents a bottle. Strong Nerves arc the true aoi-.rce of good, healthy appearance. persons with hnlf-Btarved nerves al trayf lock worried cml 'M rncd-cut." You cannot Te Sappy without nerve vigor; you ennnot be natural without all the powers which ncture in cent yen to have. produce a health f.d glow which nrt cannot Imitate. They invigorate every oran, put new force to the ntrrves, elasticity to the step and round out the fnce and form to lines of health and beauty. I K I $! 00 per t ot : H boxe (-w tth written guarrimri), 00. 1 took free. X t-XL. Meii-i:;s Co., Cleveland, Ohio. FOR PAT.E BY ELVEY & HULETT. THE LIVE DRUGGISTS PHOENIX. ARIZONA. Griswoltl Sells M Racycls the be: t nnd easl st running Wheel on earth, t'ells good tires for $1.75; best. 3.:.o. Mii!'t complete city. Shears and repair shop In the Lawn Mowers sharp- encd. Keys mad paired. All work ? and Micycles re-, guaranteed. Falls Short Line To Buffalo and points beyond C... . , . R-1'PA'N'S 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 emiMKh for an ordinary occasion. The family bottle, 60 cents, contains a supply for a year. PHOENIX BAKERY CONFECTIONERY 5s Your Bread Lighi 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. Blsclc Proprietor Established 1331 'Phone 891 Arc Ycu Going TIIKX TAKE THE Sunset Route -AND- Piedmont Air Line ELEGANT EQUIPMENT FAST SERVICE TUI-WEKKLT PERSONALLY CON IrC'TKl KXCl'RSIOXS WITH THROUGH CARS MARICOPA TO WASHINGTON EVERY Wednesday Friday Sunday Inquire M. O. Ilieknc!!, 5, P. A.. Mar icopa & Phoenix & Snlt Uiver Valley It. It., or write M. M. Cants, T. P. A.. Piedmont Air Line, -07 V'. Third St., I.os Angeles, Cal. ti v a rki. English Kitchen Restaurant Tom Co. lropH. 25.27 IN. First Street. We keep our Kitchen in the cleanest possible condition and all chef cooking is done by "Tom," formerly cook at Hotel Adams and the Sixth Avenue. BEST MEALS IN THE CITY riages, winch we will sell fj PI tSw lilll tU - I- 1 V I U fL E lUilLLUO n- H eerics, Provisions, Ilaraw U Mining Supplies. Studeb: s also made another reduction on our closmsr out 3 sale ot Clothing, bhoes, furnishing goods, etc., etc. I T. W. CHAMBERLAIN Lumber, I.ime, Cenit-nt, Poors ami Smh, Mouldings, l ni Ulins Material!), loxes, Kto. Otllto and Ynril, (Jot-ncr Mtcond Ave. nr. .1 . 1 . u M M STANDARD IRON WORKS i. Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings, Structural i Irjn and Steel Contractors. r ,s Seeond-Hand Uaohlnery Bouht and Sold Postofflo Bex 4S S 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 balances. Correspondence invited from corporations, trustees and other con servative Investors. Orders on the New York Stock Kxchantfe executed on commission for cauh. HARVEY EDWARD FISK. GEORGE H. KOHINSON, Members New York Stock Exchange. ESTABLISHED 1&3. Prescott National Bank... PHESCOTT, ARIZONA CAPITAL PA TO IV J100.000 Sl7HPLt."S AND PROFITS G0.W0 FrtAXK M. MITRPIiy. President. MORRIS OOLDWATEK, Vlce-Prea. UKNRY KINSLEY. Cashier. C. O. ELLIS. Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS: Frank M. Murphy. Morris Cold water. Henry Kinsley. It N. Krederleks. John C. lierndon. E. B. Gate, D. M. Kerry. Accounts of Individuals, firms and corporations solicited on favorable terms. The National Bank of Arizona Pboenix, Arizoua CAPITAL PAID UP $100,000 SI-ltPLL-S "... ZsSZ K.M1L GAXZ. President. SOI. I.KIV1S, Vice-President. K. ORERFKLDKIi, Cashier. J.(!l?i:,s." KKS l:v- A Cashier. . D-I.K.CTOH-S: Krn" '-Sanz. Sol Iwjs. J;. 1- T- Smith. Charles Goldman. 8. t berfelder. Edward Elsele. Joseph Tlialheimer. CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank of California. San Francisco: Laidlaw & Co.. New York; National Bank of ommerce, St. Ixiuis: National Bank of Commerce, Kansas City: Flrt Na tional Bank. CliieaKo: Colorado Na tional Bank. Denver: Farmers' and Merchants' National Bank. Los An peles: Consolidated National Bank. Tucson; Bank of Arizona, Prescott Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds A Sons' London. The Valley Bank OF PKGESiX. ARIZONA PATH CP CAPITAL tl no 000 snipu-s ......Awn WM. CHRISTY. President J. C. KIRK PATRICK. Vice-Pres. JV. li. FI LWILKR. Cashier. I.LOYD B. CHRISTY. Asst Cashier. Drafts Issued on all of the Impor tant cities of the I'nited States and Kuro(e. Discount commercial paper and do a general banking business. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman. Wm. Christy. E. J. Bennitt. J. O. Kirkpat ri. 1:. F. C. Hatch. V. D. Fulwiler. Lloyd B. Christy. CORRKSPONDENTS: American Exchanse National Bank. New York; American Exchange National Bank. Chlcaso: First National Bank. Ios Aneelcs: Bank of Arizona. Prescott. Arizona: The Anclo-Callfornla Bank, ban Francisco. Cat Garden City.; The oldest In the city. Kn- lOVS t hf Itost Htnnrlinir vith RoctfJIiranT tradesmen, buys everything nCdlalMdlll at ppot cash price and ivs the best 2. cent meal. Privato rooms for families. Tickets, $4.50. Singlo Meals, 25 cents. TUCK. HINC &c CO. 22-24 K. Wash. St., East of Jacobs & Co. BEST SERVICE lor an -Appetite As every man knows freshness In Groceries, healthful and nutritious food is the foundation of good health. Our line of Cereals includes the very best of Health Foods. Canned Fruits and Meats are A. No. 1. Our different grades of line Coffees and Tea can't be excelled. All goods in the line of Family Groceries sold at the lowest market price. FRANK GRIEBFL, I1S-20 W. Washington St.. Tel. 43L the largest line of Gro- are, Implements and ;iker Watrons and Car at bedrock urices. We GOLDMAN & G LUMBER CO. S Manufacturers ot 01