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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN:; SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28,-1901. 6 THE TEI3PE -MESA REPUBLICAN rSSDIKICK C. WRI3HT, Editor and Suiir . , Tamp Department, -Oflet-Hotel Cass. Lom. 'Phone Be. ; P. O. Box 299 SVe have been cloBed for Inventory, but are now .open, ami will con tinue for a few days our Annual Holiday Sale. LOW PRICKS. Tenpa Hardware & Supply Company For Sale beautiful new brick cottage and 40 acres near Tempe. . Rest water rights. Will odd 0 or 80 acres of best alfalfa if desired. . V. A. BOLTON, Dealer TEMPE Chlrstmas eve was duly observed at the Kyrene school In the usual manner. Krlends gathered at the school at the appointed hour and filled the place to it 3 utmost capacity, many being; turned away. All praise is due the .teacher. Miss Green, and the scholars, as the success of th? programme was attained o ly through their untiring; seal and i much hard labor. The programme con sisted of recitations, tableaux, dia logues, living portraits and was-as fol lows: Jonir Jingle Bells School r.ecltatioti Two Little Stockings .; Emma Gilliand rtecit-tlon Why Do Bells on Christmas Ring.. .-Margaret Aepli Ti "citation Annie's and Willie' Prayer lone Rich Recitation Vernlce Sandos Bong Ten Scholar Recitation Who is Santa Claus? ; Dvid Aepli ttecltstion Santa Claus' Real Name -...;.........:.Vernie Baylor Tecltrt!on Two Little Naughty Owls Nellie Still Recitation Hasel Sandoz Recitation Christmas Dinner Ernest Aepli Recltst'on What the Stockings Say Leo Buck ttalogiie Mice at Play Recitation A Telephone Message Edna Gilliand Recitation A Little Boy's Christ mas Trouble Wayne Gilliand itecitatlont The Last Hymn. Vera Buck Pong Hang Up the Baby's Stock ing. Pansy Harmon, Edna Gilliand Recitation Christmas Day Has Come at Last... ........ Lela Rich lteeltntlon If I waa Only Santa Claus Ralph McDonald Recitation Under the Mistletoe.. .....Pansy Harmon Tableaux Woman's Rights - Recitation My Sister's Beaux Eddie McDonald Tableaux Rock of Ages : , Tableaux Liberty Tableaux Early Christmas Morn ing -. ; Recitation Telephone Message to Santa Claus Raymond Still Pong Santa ClauB ia Coming.-.-..School After all had bravely spoken their pieces Santa Claus hurriedly made hi appearance in answer to a telephone call and soon relieved the splendid tree of its burden, making all happy. As the crowd dispersed many a little tot was heard expressing the wish that Christmas would come oftener instead of only once a year, . The Tempe Hardware Supply com pany's store Is now open after having been closed the last two days, for In ventory. Mr. E. P. Fuller, representing Gilbert. "Wilkes & Co., contractors .of Denver. Col., has been in Tempe the past few days . conferring with the mayor and town council with reference to the con struction of the water works system. Mr. Fuller is thoroughly conversant with construction work-a.nd has offered many valuable suggestions to the coun cil. Mr. S. F. Cochran, who was em ployed by the council, after completing his survey was allowed one week in which to draw up plans and specifica tions of the reservoir site. They will be ready in a few days. The council will then send out about twelve copies of the specifications to different contract ors, asking for bids. In this way the contractors may bid Intelligently with out having a man on the ground. As soon as the plans and specifications arc HOTEL CASA LOMA TEMPE, HRIZONH. A new, modern, first-class family hotel, run on the American and Euro pean plans. Rooms $20 per Month and u. . Table board $25 per month and up. ' Single meals 0 cents. - Visitors to Tempe are cordially Invited to use the hotel parlors. PBOPBIBTOBS or THE HAYDEN HHY 7ND CRHIN. 16 T i -V fMMrl, a rw-9frv The Village Blacksmith has to live and he makes It oft the men who use the old style cans plows. Every rancher should save money by using a BENICIA ROTARY DISC PLOW . which Is self-sharpening and will not 'Will plow anything. Fifty per cent Ugh ter draught. WILBUR-MULLEN HARDWARE COMPANY, AGENTS FOR SOUTH SIDE. HRIZONH. TEMPB ARIZONA $4,500 in Lands, TEMPE, ARIZ. CURE for that tired feeling, try one Rotary Cammer Alarm Clocks. $1.00. Guaranteed for one year. of my Only T. Re JONES Hereleger and Rclrsctlonlet TEMPE, ARIZ. ready the water works matter will be rapidly pushed to completion. . . E. -Schmidt, the harnessmaker, and saddler, has moved to the opposite side of the street from his former location. He now occupies the building south of the Arizona Mercantile company. On New Year's even the band boys will give their grand ball at Curry's hall: It is sure to be a most pleasing affair and will secure a large attend ance. Bemal's orchestra has been se cured for the occasion, so excellent music is assured. Everyone should turn out and help toward passing a pleasant evening. TEMPE CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist Episcopal H. Irwin Farr. pastor. Sunday school at 10:30 a. in.: preaching at 11:30 and 7:30 p.m.; Ep worth league at :30 p. m.; Junio. league at 3:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock You are Invited to attend all our ser' icey. Congregational Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.: preaching at 11:3" a. m. ani 7:30 p. m.; Y. P. S. c. E. at 6:30 p. m. A cordial invitation extended to all. M. E. Church South Sunday school at 10 a. m.: preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor: Junior league at 3 p. m.. In the evening, beginning at S:30 o'clock, there will be a church rally conducted by Dr. H. A. Hughes of Phoenix. All are cordially Invited. Baptist Morning subject: "Gifts for Jesus." Matt. 2:11. Offerings for terri torial missions to be taken. Juniors at 3 p. m.: B. Y. P. I', at 7 p. m. Subject: "Numbering Our Days." Sermon fol lows. ( The annual reunion and roll call of the Baptist cht ich will be held Janu ary 4 and S. f;ening sermon by Rev. L. Halsey. D. P.. of Phoenix. Every body invited. Those having song books from the Baptist churcli are requested to return th-m, as tl: y are needed. much niece and T. K. Jones and wife. Tempe: Hen E. Hayrtuck. Thomas Armstrong. Jr.. and Mrs. Ada Jrvln. Phoenix, and S. J. HolslngT. Tucson. Just receivcl tw""ty dozen overalls. See our wind .v for fine underwear and dancing purr;-. Hyd'r Bros. Buy your Icls now before the price goes up. Ap.ly to George N. . Gage, secretary. T.mpe Land & Improvement Co. The best meats and vegetables at G J. Rldenour's market. Anyone Wishing Holiday Oranges for Family Use can have their wants supplied by calling at my ranch. Geo. Shornick, Mesa. FLOUR MILLS.! To m flO At17 hang up on the stumps In your field. T. T. POMEEOT, ... Editor and Manager Mesa Department. Office: - - r. I. Pomeroy Oo. Por Dale or Bant Anything and everything in the real estate line. Lots in Tempe at a bargain. Business property in Phoenix to exchange for ranch property un der the Tempe or Utah canals. Call or address. A. NIELSEN, Tempe, Arix. Agent for the New York Life In surance Co. - STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given .that the an-, nual meeting of the stockholders of the Tempe National Bank of Tempe, Arizona, will be held a the banking house of above bank, in the town of Tempe. Territory of Arizona, on Tues day. January 14, 1902, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a board of directors for 'the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other bus iness as may properly be brought be fore the meeting. Dated at Tempe, Arizona, this fourteenth day of De cember. 1901. (Signed) W. H. WILBUR, Cashier. MESA Sup?rivsr a. Hunsaker u?nt to the capital yesterday on buRlnpss pertain ing to his office. Van Wright and Dan Kleinman were business visitors to the capital yester day. Dave and Robert Terry spent Christ mas with their niece. Mm. Lnthrop of Mesa. . , Colonel Roundtree has been quite ill for the past few days, but Is somewhat improved today. "Mesa has a pest that should be di minished, and that is a lot of dogs," says one of our citizens." which ar neither useful nor ornamental. There are several places where it is unsafe for a person to pass along the sidewalk at night." The city marshal should see to it that the law against dogs is en forced. Ben Cummtngs of Tempe drove up to Mesa this morning, accompanied by Willis Grander, the new leader of the Tempe brass band, who arrived Sun day from Philadelphia to take charge of; the band. Mr. tJrander is an experi enced band and orchestra leader and an effort will be made to reorganize the Mesa band under his leadership. The people of Leht are getting stage struck, and In order to sat is "y this craving for renown the ward authori ties are constructing a stage at the rear of their hall for dramatic purposes. A dramatic association will be formed at once and some good plays are to be presented this season. On Christmas the wedding bellrs chimed righ merrily in Mesa. Three young couples were united in the holy bond and six hearts were made happy. Miss Ktta LeBaron. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeBaron of Mesa, and D. Dudley Jones of LchI, sort of Mr. and Mrs. Dun Jones, were among the happy ones. The ceremony was performed by Patriarch B. F. Johnson at the home of the bride. A large number of rela tives and frlentN witnessed the-ceremony and took part in the reception tendered them Immediately after the ceremony. William Ixmgmore and Miss May Frazer were unite) in the holy bonds at the M. E. church, the Rev. Mr. Farr performing the ceremony. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the happy couple, where a delightful repast was served the fortunate friends. Wallace Bowers and Miss Mary Dnarhaugh. two of Mesa's young people, were married by Rev. Mr. Xewling of Tempe at the Hotel Atwood, Tempe. Only a few of the relatives and friends witnessed; the ceremony, after which the company re? paired to the home of the bride, where a reception was tendered the happy couple. Christmas day was spent very quietly In Mesa. In the afternoon a dance was given the children and at night the amusement committee gave a ball In the Mesa opera house, and despite the large number that attended the mas qurade bal Uhe previous evening, the nous was packed again, nearly KM) numbers beingsold. During the even ing a crazy quilt was raffled off by the Relief society. Mrs. Ann Peterson hold ing the winning number. A meeting of the members of the Mesa brass band Is called to meet next Monday night. December 30. for the purpose of considering the reorganiza tion of the bandw Kverybody interested In band work is invited to attend. O. A. MacDonald. president. No one can reasonably hope for good health unless his bowels move once each day. When this is not attended to, disorders of the stomach -arise, bil iousness, headache, dyspepsia and piles soon follow. If you wish to avoid these ailments keep your bowels regular by takins- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when required. They are so easy to take and mild and gentle In effect. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa Stage. Leaves Phoenix 8:30 a. m. Return on your own time. Telephone 864, Offloe. L. W. COLLINS, Prop. We Have e Few Holiday Games and substantial toys such as air guns, garden sets, tool h';sts and buildlnft blocks, left over, which we will cut li per cent from our already low prices, for the next few -Jays. Call early. Wishing; you a Happy New Year, we P. T. P0MER0Y & CO. CODE BUILDING. MESA. 2 lb pkgt never in bulk C3i Tor Breakfast all reliable grocers x:KKrK:-o:'":-:-:--:'-:-: i Uye CHURCHES S BETHANY CHAPEL Comer Alta and Desert Areets. Sunday school to morrow at 3 p. in.; preaching by the pastor Rev. H. 3- Mayo, at 7 p. m. All are cordially Invited to these services." FREE METHODIST CHURCH Sabbath school at 10 a. in.; preaching at 11 a. in., followed by class meeting; song service at 7 p. m.. preaching im mediately after. Miss Ada Pearce, pas tor. FIRST CHRISTIAN t'HU RCH Cor ner Fifth avenue and Monroe street. Xubllc worship tomorrow at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. iinrl .umwalt. pastor. Morning subject: "Small Beginnings." a New Tear's ser mon. Mrs. O. A. Turney will alng at both services. Sunday school at 9:4i a. m.; Y. P..S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. FIR8T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner .Third avenue and Adams street. Services tomorrow as follows: Sunday school at :4r a. m.: preaching by the pastor, llev. Lapaley A. Mc Afee, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Special Christmas music both morning ajid evening. Intermediate Endeavor at t p. m.: Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all. FIRST BAPTIST I'HI'IU'H.-Second avenue and Jefferson street. Lewl Haleey. D. I).. pastor. Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.: bible school at 9:4r. a. in.: B, Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.. conquest meeting. Pastor's morning theme. "Thou Shalt Remember. Even ing, memorial service; a special reading as a prelude. Special music by the quartette. A cordial welcome to all. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH Center and Monroe streets. Rev. R. A. Rowland, pastor. Sabbath school at 10 a. m.. Dr. H. A. Hughes, superintendent: preach ing by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:3 p. in. Subjects: Morning. "The Tempta tion of .Christ:" evening. "The Rich Man and Lazarus." Junior league at 3 p. m.. Mrs. A. I. Alsap. superin tendent: Epworth league at 6:30 p. in.. Mrs. R. A: Rowland, leader. Subject: "Hindrances In the Way of Evangeliz ing the World." A cordial Invitation is extended to all. FOR OVER FIFTTt TEARS Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething It soothes the child,- softens the gums. allays all pain, cures wind colic, and Is the- best fmedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. i i , Personal Mention w-M--:-K-w:-:-:-:-:-:-:-!-!-:-i-:-:-:- J. M. Weems left for Bowie last night. E. Shannon or St. Joseph Is at the Hotel Adanu.. J. c. Oreen of Porterville Is a guest of the Commercial hotel. Mrs. M. Finlin of llutte, Mont.. Is a guest of the Hotel Adams. Frank I'. Lee of Buckeye is In the city, a gue?t of the Commercial. John Macke and mother left for Cin cinnati on last night's M. & P.. train. James P. Hunter of Philadelphia Is In the city, a guest of the Hotel Adams. Jackson Reid of Chicago arrived her? yesterday, registering at the Ford hotel. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Zommville left on last night's M. &. P. train for Bakers fleld. G. Graham and Bessie Graham ar rived here yesterday morning from Globe. Walter H. Graves of Washington. D. C-. registered at the Commercial hotel yesterday. W. Fisher of Kirkland arrived here yesterday, registering at the Ho tel Adams. Ralph Gunther was a passenger for New York on this morning's S. F.. P. & P. train. Will D. Dew of Warren, O.. was among yesterday's arrivals at the Com mercial hotel. W. A. Steele, Thomas J. Dtven and S. Blath of Chicago registered at the Hotel Adams yesterday. Miss Frances .Bury Is In Phoenix from Flagstaff to spend the holidays with relatives and friends. Mrs. John A. Riley and Miss Riley of Marshalltown, Iowai were guests of the Ford hotel yesterday. Ed Complon and J. W. Reed of Whitehall. Mont., arrived here yester day morning, registering at the Com mercial hotel. Mrs. Nellie J. Campbell and daugh ters; Nettle and Gladys, were passen gers on last night's M. & P. train, their destination being Tacoma. Carl Hayden, who returned from Stanford university Just before Christ mas to spend the holidays at his home In Tempe. was in town yesterday. A. Slocum and wife and Mrs. J. P. Coolidge left on this morning's train for Laura. III., accompanying the re mains of Mr. J. P. Coolldge, who died Tuesday night. Mrs. Lewis D. Yaeger of Flagstaff arrived in the city yesterday and is vis iting her sister, Mrs. ". M. Zander. Mr. Yaeger Is on his way to the valley over land with a large band of sheep. Mr. H. J. Caldwell, who formerly re sided in Phoenix for some time. Is visit ing the city In the interest of -Steele A Kendall, investment brokers of Los An- louurrr sJ PURE WHEAT. geles. .and incidentally meeting many old friends. Among last night's passengers on the south-bound M. A P. train were A. V. Briggs. for Yuma; K. A. White, for San Francisco: J. H. Kinsel. for On tario, Cal., and Slg Blath. for southern territorial- points. Mr. Murray Nelson of Chicago, a member of the Commercial club of that city, and one of the Chicago Commer cial club party which visited Arizona last spring, is visiting Mr. Wallace Falrbank of Prescott. ' Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Vickers returned yesterduy . morning from Prescott. where they went to spend Christmas with friends. They were accompanied by Mr. A. W. Edwards, who returned to Prescott on this morning's train. A. J. Snell wanted to attend a party, but was afraid to do so on account of pains in his stomach, which he feared would grow worse. He s-y: "I was telling iny troubles to a lady friend, who said: "Chamberlain's Colic. Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in condition for the party.' X bought a bottle and take pleasure in stating that two doses cured me and enabled me to have a good time at the party." Mr. Snell Is a resident of Summer Hill, N. Y. This remedy Is for sale by Elvey & Hulett. FROZEN FEET. On the 14th of this month William Ford, nged about ! ears, had both of his feet badly frozen in his cabin in Chaparral gulch. He "s now in the Mercy hospital In a bad condition. It may be that both of hU feet will have to be amputated at the Instep. Dr. Day says it Is the worst case of frost brte he ever saw in Arlzonn. Courier. Putnam Fadeless Dye. Scarlet, Is th-i brightest of all Red dye stuffs, -very fast on W'jol and Silk. 10c per pack age. Sold by Elvey & Hulett. POLICEMEN OF MANILA. The act reorganising the police de partment ot Manila makes liberal pro visions for all branches of the service arid furnishes a basis upon which can built up the most effective force the city has ever had. Much of the pre liminary work has already been done and the rest is In condition to be com pleted rapidly. Radical changes have been made and new features Introduced the most salient being the combining of the native department with the American, but In dlffei-ent classes. The old native police force Is abol ished, and an entirely new enlistment will be made. In which merit alone wi'I be considered. However, of the 380 men on the old list 200 have passed the examination and will be first on the list of the new force. Much care was exercised in weeding out the Incompe tents from the old crowd, and their number was surprisingly large. Many of them were not at alt bright, mental ly, and had little else to recommend them. The fluent use of the Spanish lan guage was made a prerequisite for en listment In the new force. A feature of Chief Curry's plans for the native po lice, which will have a potent effect on their future usefulness. Is the Incorpo ration o! a higher grade, known as sec ond class, to which they may becom" eligible as soon as they can acquire a fair working knowledge of the English language. This does not mean a thor ough mastery of it. but just enough to understand simple questions as arc likely to be asked of policemen, and th( abillty to answer them intelligibly. To this end schools will be estlh- lished for their use. In which nothing but English will be taught. It will be opened under the guidance of an in structor who has had wide exnerience In such fields. He will not follow the ordinary method of teaching it gram matically, but will endeavor to give a direct knowledge of the linguage s It Is used on the streets, by the masses. He will teach the words and sentences most likely to be needed by policemen in giving information about streets, and so forth. As fast as the native members learn to sneak a little English they will be promoted to the second class, with an increase of 25 per cent in salary. While attendance at thewe schools will not be obligatory, those who shew no dispo sition to Improve themselves will be called from the force, and room made for more ambitious men. In all things a desire to learn and a proper pride In the force will be given riu? weight and encouragement, as tending u- Increase the efficiency of the department. Ma nila American. THE PASS OF ST. BRRNARD. The famous pass of St. Bernard Is now provided with shelter at short Intervals, and the good old dog that used to search for lost wayfarers has been superseded by a telephone line connected to the 'hospice" in such a way that when a traveler calls up the plous monks." they know the shelter he Is at. However, the dog. which the world would not willingly let die, may Cohe Shampoo . Toilet Soap A tonic and a treat. It makes a clean head and a clear complexion. : Excel lent for both.' Removes the greasy, shiny appearance. coni: DANDRUFF CURE Stons hair from falling out. Cures Dandruff, Brittle Hair, Itching and all Scalp Troubles. Guaranteed to cure or money refunded. Awarded medals and special favors at-Paris Exposition. Coke Dandruff Cure is good enough to have many imita tors. You be good enough to demand the genuine. Soli everywhere. A. R. BREMER CO., Chicago. FOR SALE BY ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. ' Strictly Flrat'Clase). Quick Service Regular Dinner on Sunday 33-35 North First Avenue Phoenix. Arizona - English Kitchen Restaurant Tom Co. Propf. We keen our Kitchen In the cleanest cooking Is done by "Tom," formerly cook Avenue. BEST MEALS IN THE CITY SEE THE NEW GAS RANGES Pattern for 1900. PHOENIX LIGHT AND RJEL CO. :M-5--K-SS--!-!-S &iS&iy$4i&$.iS!r..i, &iy&&&fr&&Q&&i '&'$&&kr&4s! STANDARD' IRON WORKS i Mining. Milling and Machinery Castings, Structural - Ir iri and Steel Contractors. $ 8eon&-Snd Vaehlaary Bought tvndSold. Postoffic Box 45 still be useful If the monkp can train him to proceed to any Bhelter to which he is directed. - Even now the pass in crossed by many persons. very year the hospital receives from 4.000 to 5.000 tourists. 6.000 to 6.000 pHirrlms. and about 15,'rOO Pjedmonteae work people joins' to Switzerland to seek. work. Kven in the worst weather six to elKht travelers visit the hospital dully. Lon don Globe. Pauline J list think of the awful thing we know about people whom w don't know! Kmeline Yes: Isn't It wonderful! And just think what the people whom we don't know may know about us. MITCHELL'S EVE SASLVE !alsSSSEEBEa1En3S Cabinet Cigar Store and Liquor Houses 14-16 W. Washington Street LF. W. THODE, jjj asaasasasasnasHisiBisississtj pS5S93S&EESBiSaSBSEl3SSSEl jjj "AT- - THE HOFFMAN i The bowling Alley is cool, the Beer Is Mi frem cold storage and is SI aHEBUSIB BUSCS. jp ESalSKEEEESSESEBlBHaKHBa 953 The HIR8CHFELD A PERKINS Proprietors Imported and Domestic Wines, 1 Innnri and Piirart (3 Phoenix Arizona n XXX The Largest Bottle and Best LINIMENT far Mm er Beast, ff Sate at aM Brae Stares BUCKEYE STAGE Leaves Commercial Corra.1. About G:."0 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ETBEGt! ft 2S27 N. First Street. possible condition and all chef at Hotel Adams and the Sixth BEST SERVICE r or 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 fine Coffees and Tea can't be excelled. All goods In the line of Family Groceries sold at the lowest market price. FRANK GRILBFL, 218-20 W. Washington St.. TeL 43L 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 Exchange executed on commission for cash. HARVEY EDWARD FISK. GEORGE H. ROBINSON. Members New York Stock Exchange. The Valley Bank OF PHOENIX. ARIZONA PAir up capital tion.ono SI.'KPU'S 2S.O00 WM. CHRISTY, President. J. C. KIRK PATRICK. Vice-Pres. W. I). KULWILUR, 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. m. to 3 p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman, Wm. Christy, K. J. Bennltt. J. J. Klrkpat rlck. 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 Angeles; Bank of Arizona. Prescott. Arizona; The Anglo-Calif ornla Bank. San Francisco, Cal. ESTABLISHED 189. Prescott National Bank... PRESCOTT, ARIZONA CAPITAL PAID IN .....$100,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS M.O0Q FRANK M.-MURPHY. President. MORRIS GOLD WATER, Vice-Pres. R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier. C. O. ELLIS, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS: Frank M. Murphy. Morris Ooldwater, F. O. Brecht. R. N. Fredericks," John C. Berndon. E. B. Gage, D. 1L Ferry. Accounts of Individuals. Anns and corporations solicited on favorable terms. The National Bank of Arizona Photn'x, Arizona CAPITAL PAID UP $100,000 SURPLUS 2&.0U0 EM1L OANZ, President. SOL LEWIS. Vice-President. S. OBERFELDER. Cashier. JOHN J. SWEENEY. Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS: Emll Oanz. Sol Lewis, J. Y. T. Smith. Charles Goldman. S. Oberfelder. Edward Elsele. Joseph Thalhelmer. CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank of California. San Francisco; Laldlaw A Co.. New York; National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis; National Bank of Commerce, Kansas City; Firt Na tional Bank. Chicago; Colorado Na tional Bank, Denver; Farmers' and Merchants' National Bank, Los An geles: Consolidated National Bank. Tucson; Bank of Arizona, Prescott; Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds A Sons, London. ftarrion Pirn Tne oldest In the city. En UOJUCll - bill joys the best Btanding with Rnctaiirant tradesmen, buys everything ntSdiaUiaill at spot cash price and gives the best 25 cent meal. Private rooms lor families. Tickets, $4.60. Single Meals, 25 cents. TUCK, H1NC St CO. 22-24 E. Wash. St.. East of Jacobs A Co. AH kinds of printing, ruling, book and magazine binding and book repair-. Ing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican office.