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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: "WEDNESDAY MORNING, : JANUARY 22, 1902.
THE TEMPE - MESA REPUBLICAN FBKD1BICE O. WHIQHT. Editor Tempe Department, Office Hotel Cat Loma. 'Phone 86. THE TEMPE NATIONAL BANK , TEMPE, ARIZONA. f General Banking Business. C. G. JONES, President. A. C. (AXXE, Vice President, j W. H. "WILBUR. Cashier. Directors C. G. Jones, A. C. Ozanne. J. W. Woolf. M. E. Curry, A Miller, William Rohrig. E. V. Wilbur. We Are Pointing; the Town With Mound City Strictly Pure Paint and we gaurantee it to stand at least three years for two-coat work, and If it fails to do this we agree to furnish free of charge sufficient paint to repaint the house. Teopa Hardware & Supply Company TTmzON GOOD LOTS, Installment Plan... S50 and up SIO down, $5 per month RANCHES FOR SALE W. A. BOLTON, Owner and Dealer in Lands, TEMPE, ARIZ. TEMPE The normal cadets are sending out Ihe neatest invitations that have ap peared In Tempe for some time. They vere printed by The Republican and invite their many friends to attend the ; rand ball to be given at Curry hail, Friday evenins. January 31. The boys irtend to make the affair one of the lr.o'-t memorable of ttie season. It is the military order and all the militia who attend are requested to v,ir their uniforms. It is not to be n money making scheme and the ad jnitianc charged is only for the pur pose of covering expense?. The best music to be had will furnish, inspiration frr the dancers. The hall is sure to lie packed, for the normal boys have itn established reputation for doing e-very thing in proper style. Eddie McDonald, who was so seri ously shot recently, is resting easily easier, 'rite crisis is not yet passed, as i her? is fear of blood poison in his in 'ured eve. Dr. Jones, who has charge ! the patient, is doing everything pos sible for hint. The fever is being re !:k ei by the doctor's fever coils, but recently patented, and which work wonder wherever used. Recent arrivals at Hotel Casa Loma Hre: D. Brovida. Pittsburg. Pa.: W. V.. Dysirt. Los Angeles, Cal.; Ward Hughes. "Phoenix; George Powers, New York; J. B. Longnevan, Los Angeles. Dr. Rrimla. who spent the winter in Tempe list year, is again the guest of irotel Casa Loma. He undoubtedly will remain here until spring. V. E. Dysart. cattle buyer for the '.'udahy Packing company of Los An jeles. was a visitor at Tempe yester day. Ho purchased and shipped eight cars of cattle from Phoenix. From here he goes to Mexico. He states that Mex ico is an ideal cattle country and there j're the largest cattle ranches to be lound in the world. One ranch com prises over a million acres and is owned ;y a wvalthy Mexican. This vast tract upon which are pastured many thou-f-and head of cattle, is divided into - pmaller ranches, fifty and 100 miles square each, called hac:endas. An cverseer has charge of three of these l.aciendns and each hacienda is under she direct charge of a manager, who is subject to the orders of the overseer. Many men are employed upon each ranch and are very efficient, for they Jtave been born and brought up in the ' cattle business. Mr. Dysart purchased J;i the neighborhood of 2.500 head of fine fat steers from one of these ha ciendas. All who attended the performance of The Wizard Oil company at Kings bury's hall last evening speak highly of the entertainment and of the side splitting jokes. There is to be an en lire change of programme each even ing, so that one could attend each evening and yet not encounter anything I old. Considerable interest is manifest in the voting contest for the must pop- A GOOD FIVE ROOM HOUSE near Tempe for rent at reasonable price. Large shady yard, well, cellar, garden and chicken privilege. Ranches, houses and city property for sale or rent. Notary public. T0MLINS0N & WINDES HOTEL CASA LOiVIA TEMPE, HRIZONH. r X new, modern, first-class family hotel, run on the American and Euro ean plana. Rooms $20 per Month and up. Table board $25 per month and up. Single meals 50 cents. r Visitors to Tempe are cordially invited to use the hotel parlors. I ALFRED J. PETERS & CO., Incorporated 1 PROPRIETORS OF THE HAYDEN HHY HND Large Contracts a Specialty. The Village Blacksmith has to live and he makes it off the men who use the old style sang; plows. Every rancher should save money by using a BENICIA ROTARY DISC PLOW which Is self-sharpening and will not hang up on the stumps in your field. Will plow anything. Fifty per cent llgh ter draught. WILBUR-MULLEN HARDWARE COMPANY, k AGENTS FOR- SOUTH SIDE. " MESH, HRIZONH. and Uanuar P. O. Box 833 Expert Watch 'Repairing is the cheapest in the long run. Only best of material used and every job guar anteed. T. R. JONES Horologer artd Refract Ion lt TEMPE, ARIZ. ular lady ami the prizes to be dis tributed. The results or the votinff will he posted each evening in the hall. The Tempe Tennis club is just in re ceipt of a challenge from the Junicr Tennis dub. It was handed to the sec retary Monday evening and reads as fellows; "Tempe, Ariz., Jan. 10. Ti the Temne Tennis Club: We the mem bers of the Junior Tennis club, hereby challenge you to a game of tennis, the date and plate to be named by ycu. Humbly and respectfully. Junior Ter. n.F dub. lone tireenleaf. secretary pro tern. The challenge undoubtedly will be accented by the Tempe Tennis duo as soon as their new court is com pleted. The Junior club thinks it will have a walk-over, for they have been practicing for some time past, whil" he new dun has played scarcely at all. There are sime excellent players, how ever, in the club just organized, and tley feel ctuite confirltnt that the Junior dub won't stand the ghost of a, show. The Tenip?-M(.'.sa Prcxlyji-e company is put ting in an ire pla nt of 1m rgr capacity that when finished will b Ftrictly up-to-date. A Mr. Henly if Vancouver. H. t, is superintending the work of placing the machinery beini; sent here for tht-. t purpose by the com pany from whf. ::i it was purchase 1. A good steak or t hop an be had at G. J. Ridenoitr's market. A small amount of n oney wil buy a good lot. Apply to George N. Gage, secretary Tempe Land & Improvement Go. Remember we are cutting i prices on all winter goods. They are reduced to suit modest p irses. Hyder Mros. MESA Iast night the old folks and th w i'lows of th Mcs.-. ward were mad -t.Jad by .he vi it of a crowd of boys to their place?, n- i for sport, but to show their kindly : ; " it. by chopping up the -vood piles ;f i '. iose visited. The boy belonged to th j Deacon's Quorum o' :he Me-u wanl. and in their last meet ing they vot'- I to perform this little act of kimin' -s and veneration for old ige and th' widow, which is in keeping with the work of the deacons an- BIRCHETT & SON, GROCERS Dealers in Choice and Fancy Groceries Tempe, Arizona. All our goods are guaranteed. Coun try produce received in exchange for groceries. FLOUR MILLS.! CRHIN, I Tempe, Ariz F. T. rOKESOT, - - Editor and Manager Mesa Department. Office: ------ F. T. Poxceroy ft Co. c'ently. The names of the boys were as fol lows: Orson Phelps, Frank Ellesworth. I.eo LeRaron. Edwin Lellaron, Don Le Ftaron, Hoy Slrrine, Joseph Ilennett, Wtilter Hohson. Wellie KKhins. Ani mus Mlilett and Willie Drew. As th-vy made their way from wood pile to woodpile they boys man ned to the tune of the majidolin played by Kdgar Griflin. Mr. Eugen Kedwell paid Mesa a brie' visit today in the interest of A. Ked well V- Sons. Kugen has made his .nark as a violinist ana promises to rome u to Mesa and play at some of the entertainmentsin the near future. The old folks' pufty, which has been arranged for Wednesday, bids fair tj be one of the crowning events of the st-apcn. It is right that the old folk thould be honored, and the young mar i ied people of Mesa will give them the lime of their lives on that date, the exercise- to last from 1 p. m. to mid night. Th entertninment will open at 1 p. ni. Wednesday In the Co-op hall, where will be arranged three tables running the entire length of the building, and will be loaded with the good things to eat tat have made the picnics fa-i-ious. Begining at the head of the table the people will be sealed accord ing to their age, and will have budges pinneJ to them denoting their age. President C. It. Hakes will be the mai ler of ceremonies, and will give the a Idress of welcome. The tostmasters for the occassion are Mr. Ben V. L,e Baron and Mrs. Mable A. Hakes. Mrs. M. C. Phelps and Mrs. Jeanette John-f-on are on the programme for songs. .After the dinner is over the company will adjourn to the Mesa opera house, where will be rendered the following prog ram. ne: Openii' chorus "America.' Remarks James M. Home. Song Mrs. A. 1.. W. Brizzee. Comic recitation George M. Fryer. Son g William Pa sse y . Ten minutes pioneer experience O. W. Sirrine. Song Sarah Jane Johnson. Selection Mrs. F. E. Hobinson. Selection H. S. Phelps. Comic song W. B. Liing. Kedtalion-i-Ellis Brizzee. Ten minutes selection Charles Peter-t-ou. Song G. T. Wilson. The following committees will have rh&rge of the entertainment: Commit tee on preparing badges. Mrs. Mamie Hibbert and Mrs. Lora Pomroy. Com mittee on gathering picnic, Dora Gil :ipie. Adelaide Fuller. I-otti? Lamb. Clara Griffin. Committee on arranging picnic. Ka chard Lamb. L.illie Johnson, taura Bappleye, Sarah Kllsworth. Em ma Ellsworth, Lu-y Fryer. Lena Wing. Mnry Pomeroy. Amy Dana. Ida Hob Fon. Hattie Blair. Committee on trans lrtation. Henry Peterson. Georgie F. Fllsworth. John Hrne. C. s. Sellers. J. Loui; HcbsoTj. James T. Lizonber Committee on arrangement of hall and tables, etc.. 1,. B. Kewis, James Miller, M. C. Phelps. J. S. Allen, o. S. Stapley. K. V. Guthri?. F. T. Pomeroy, G. W. Lewis. K. Dana, K. Pomeroy and I E. Lamb. All druggists guarantee every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyone who is not satisfied after using two-thirds of the contents. This is the best rem edy In the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take. It pre vents any tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia. Sold by Elvey & Hu Iett. The London Globe tells a story of a visit paid by an American to the Ni agara skating rink, in London, not long ago. He watched the performers fin some time, and then he turned to his companions und host. "Wa'al." he said. 'I've seen our Niagara, and now I've seen yours. Our show is very fine and imposing, but I guess your falls are more amusing." 'Some time ago my daughter caught a severe cold. She complained of pains in her chest and had a bad -cough. I gave her Chamerlain's Cough Remedy according to directions and In two days she was well and able to go to school. 1 have ued this remedy in my family for the past seven years and have never known it to fail," says James Prender gast, merchant. Annato Bay, Jamaica, West India Islands. The pains In the chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia, which in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. It counter acts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia. Sold by Elvey & Hulett. Mr. Treebranch i am surprised. Henry, that you' are not more interest ed In your ancestors. Henry I never heard, dad. that my ancestors ever interested themselves about me. I guess it's a case of boss and hoss. Boston Transcript. XXX The Largest Bottle and Best LINIMENT for Mas or Beast, for Sale at .11 Drag Stares Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa Stage. Leaves Phoenix 8:30 a. nv Return on your own time. Telephone 264, Office. L. W. COLLINS, Prop. Wo Have et Few Holiday Games and substantial toys such as air guns, garden sets, tool cheats and building blocks, left over, which we will cut 15 per cent from our already low prices, for the next few days. Call early. Wishing you a Happy New Year, we are F. T. POMEROY & CO. CODE BUILDING, MESA. II Personotl Mention : A. J. Holmes of St. Paul, Minn., Is a guest of the Ford hotel. T. C. Griffin left for Los Angeles on last night's M. & P. train. A. J. Doran of Prescott Is In the city a guest of the Commercial. Mr. and Mrs. H. Piatt of Louisville are at the Commercial hotl. Mrs. M. Lefever of Kingman regis tered at the Commercial yesterday. O. L. Smith of Cedarville, O.. Is in the city a guest of the Ford hotel. Porter W. Fleming left for Tucson last night after a short visit in Phoe- Mr. Sol Lewis will leave ror his homu n San-Francisco on tonight's M. & V. train. Mr. ami Mrs. C. M. Clark of New Haven, Conn., are guests of the Htocl Adams. Judge C. F. Ainsworth left n'this morning's S. F., P. & P. train for Chicago. Ernest Lange n'.Tived here from Globe on yesterday morning's train from the south. Mis. M. Brandt of Tucson arrivel here yesterday morning and is a guest of the 'ominerclal. G. S. Frellath and wife of Chicago, arrived here yesterday and are guests of the Hotel Adams. Nelson Bradley and J. F. Byrens of New Vork are guests of the Commer cial hotel, arriving yesterday. Mrs. W. E. Dowlen of London, Eng land, was among yesterday morning s arrivals at the Hotel Adams. U. A. Kimball and niece of Boston ni rived here yesterday morning and fcre guests t-f thr Hotel Adams. J. Harvey Blam and wife of Detroit, Mich., arrived here yesterday and are registered at the Commercial hotel. Mr. and Mrs. William Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall of Thre? Rivers, 111., are among thore arriving at the Commercial hotel yesterday. Among those registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were: E. . W. Pease and Otto Kaiser f Los Angeles. Ed H. Niesz and H. E. Burnett of Chicago, William S. Wallace of Boston. Charles Barmore. Jr. of Tucson. Abe Mecklen burg of New York and E. L. J noes. Among those registering at the Com mercial hotel yesterday were: G. N. Kaeppel of San Francisco, J. C. Ste phens and family. Phoenix: F. C. Balrd. Portland, Ore.: A. c. McQueen. Mesa; Frank P. Lee, Buckeye: L. D. Kosscau. Cartwright: H. E. Parrish, Williams: Oscar Browne. San Francisco; El M. Blake, Bisbee; Joseph Gar si tie, Mon mouth. III.: A. H. Wallace. Flagstaff, andT. G. Hawks. San Fraiu'isco. Recent arrivals at "The Occidental" are: R. H. Benton. Sun Diego; Geo. S. Haskins. Los Angeles: K. H. Beal. Detroit: Edwin S. Keen and wife and M iss Dorothy Keen. Washington. D. C: R. F. Gilkeson. Warrensburg. Mo.; W. T. Mcpherson. New York: A. F. Newbath. Chico. 'al.: M rs. I-ena D. Wheeland. Phoenix: Dr. L. D. Mat Claire and wife. San Francisco: J. W. Montgomery and wife and G. F. Sys ivenfield, Carrollton, Ky. The president of Oberiin college says of Kobt Mclntyre. who will lecture in ;he First M. E. church on Friday even ting: Mv memory goes back to Beecher .ind the great ones of his day, but tht superior of Dr. Mclntyre in descriptive preaching I have riot heard. He as tonished me. John Henry Barrows, i. D. CITY BREVITIES The Curio has a great assortment of 5 and 10 cent presents. CALL FOR BIDS. The Phoenix Iight & Fuel Co. will receive bills for the construction of a power house at Power Station No. 2. liK-ateil at "The Falls" on the Arizona canal. Plans ami specifications may be seen at the company's otfice on and after January 22. Bids to be opened at 3 p. ni.. Tuesday. -January 2K The company reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. E. F. Kellner's Store offers this week f. o. b. warehouse: Spuds. J1.85: pink beans. 3c; salt, lc: granulated sugar. S't.60; hams, lic: bacon, li'-ic; gallon tomatoes. $4.tM: apricots, $2.2:; corn. J2.00: Lion c o)Tee, 12'4c.: other Roods at like prices. Mermaid Washing Powder coupons in each package. Presents free. A NKW HOOK OF WESTERN KTOUIHS. Have you read "A Colorado Colonel and Other Sketches?" It is the best new book of western stories, and was written by an Arizona man, Mr. W. C. Campbell of Prescott. It contains over 100 pages, is bound in cloth. Illustrated, and retails at $1.50. Ask your news dealer for it. Ask for Mermaid Washing Powder. VENTURE HILL COPPER STOCK. For sale, 40,000 shares at 19e. Com pany's price is 50c and may be 75c be fore many weeks. Investigate this. Boaz Duncan, 445 Wilcox BUlg., Los Angeles, Cal. The Curio is In touch with every In dian trader, hence the assortment. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Notice Is hereby Riven that we, the undersiRned, have this day dissolved partnership by mutual consent. All bills due us will be collected by Will Danvenport. JOHN C. STEPHENS, JOHN W. MILLER. Phoenix, Jan. 18. Go to Mrs. Mosher's ladies' tailoring and dressmaking parlors for satisfac tory work. All assistants first-class. Accordion pleating, knife pleating and buttons a specialty. Opera house building. , Good things to eat, served in the best style In our pretty private dining rooms upstairs. The Coffee Al Restaurant Co. Dr. W. H. Battin has just moved into hip new fiuarters at No. 17 South Sec ond st.-eet. For Mechanics Lasco Pine Tar Soap SENT FREE TO MEN Free Trial Package of This New Dis covery Mailed to Every Man Send ing Name and Address Quickly Eestores Strength and Vigor. Free ' trial packages of a most re markable remedy are being mailed to all who will write the State Medical Institute. They cured so many men A. E. ltOBINSON. M. D.. C. M., Medical Director, who had battled for years against the mental and physical suffering of lost manhood that the Institutehas decided to distribute free trial packages to all who write. It is a home treatment and all men who sufTer with any form f sexual weakness resulting from youth ful folly, piemature loss of strength and memory, weak back, varicocele, or emaciation of parts can now cure them selves at home. . The remedy has a peculiarly grateful effect of warmth and seems to act di rect to the desired location, giving strength and development Just where It is needed. It cures all the ills and troubles that come from years of mis use of tne natural functions and has been an absolute success In all cases. A request to the State Medical Insti tute. 1132 Elektron Building. Ft. Wayne, lnd., stating that you desire one of their free trial packages, will be complied with promptly. The Insti tute Is desirous K reaching that great class of men who are .unable to leave home to be treated, and the free sam ple will enable them to see how easy it is to be cured of sexual weakness when the proper remedies are em ployed. The Ir.tstltute makes no re strictions. Ariy man who writes w'.ll be sent a free sample, carefully sealed In a plain package, so that its recipient need have no f-ar of embarrassment or publicity. Readers are requested to write without delay. As people los.- innocence they find experience. If trouble wuh a weak digestion, belchinp. sour stomach, or If you feel dull after eating, try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price. 25 cents Sample free at Elvey & Hu lett'" drug store. CALL FOR INSANE ASYLUM BONDS Offlce of Territorial Treasurer, Phoenix. A. T.. Jan.. 16. 1902. There being $10.0b0 In the redemption fund for that purio.se, I will pay upon presentation insane asylum bonds of Ihe territory of Arizona and accrued interest thereon, numbers 51 to 60. both Inclusive. Interest will ceose from and alter February 15. 9'2. THOS. W. PEMBEHTON. Territorial Treasurer. JOINT NOTICE OF PUBLICATION-. (H. E. No. 2.325 and H. E. No. 2.346.) Department of the Interior. Land OHli ? at Tucson, Arizona. Jan. CO. It02. Notice is hereby given thai the following-named settlers have filefl no tice of their Intention to mak? final proof in support of their c'.tims. and that said proofs will be made b".'o:-e the Clerk of the Distrii t Court at Phoenix. Arizona, on Satilrdiy. March 1. l'J)2. viz.: Lonnie J. Mitt hell, of Buckeye. Arizona, for the S'i. NWV,. Sec. 3. T 1 S. R :! v. & S." I:. H. & M.. who names the follow ins witnesses to prove his continuous reyi ieme upon and cultivation of said land. viz: Ralph ;. Robinson. Thomas N. Clin ton. Edmond H. Spiin nnd Herbert E. Kell. all of Buckeye. Ar z-ma: and Ralph ti. Robinson, of P.mkye. Ari zona, for the SHU. Sec 4. T 1 :3. R 3 W. a. & S. R. H. & M.. wh-. iv-n ei the following witnesses to m-iv his con tinuous residence upon r--l cultiva tion of said land, vii- Thomas N. Clanton. Lonnie J. Mitch:-ll. Edmond H. Spain and Herbert E. Ke!l. all of Buckeye. Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication January 22. 102. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the District Court of the Third Judi cial District of the Territory of Ari zona. In and for the County of Mari copa. T. W. Chamberlain, Plaintiff, vs. Gold Lode Company, a Corporation, Defendant. Under and by virtue of an execution and order of sale issued out of the Dis trict Court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Maricopa, on the 7th day of January. 1902, and to me. as aheriff, duly directed and delivered on the Judgment rendered in said court in the above entitled action on the 11th day of November. 1901: and whereas. b the terms 'of snid Judgment the plain tiff. T. W. Chamberlain, recovered Judgment against the defendant. Gold Lode Company, for the sum of sixty eight and 95-1C0 ($68.95) dollars, and for interest on the same to the date of Judgment the sum of two and 39-100 ($2.39) dollars, and for costs and dis bursements the sum of twenty-three and 35-100 ($23.35) dollars, making in all the sum of ninety-four and 69-100 ($94.66) dollars, together with a Judg ment for the foreclosure of plaintiff's lien on the following described prop erty, situated in Mariropa County, Ari zona Territory, to-wit: The Fawn Mining Claim, the location notice of which Is recorded in Book 10 of Mining Claims on page 277: The Jack Rabbit Mining Claim, the location notice of which is recorded In Book 9 of Mining Claims on page 20C; The Old Bob Mining Claim, the loca tion notice of which Is recorded In Book 9 of Mining Claims on page 205; The Lilly May Mining Claim, the lo cation notice of which Is recorded In y V JT ttr The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. , Strictly Plrat-ClasH. ' Quick. Service Kegular Dinner on Sunday 3335 North Pirst Avenua English Kitchen Tom Co. Props, 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 SEE THE NEW Pattern for 1902. nintim mn tiait mnnirn Dl AMDAHL) lKUfl WUK&u 0v Mining, Milling and MacbineryCastiDgs, Structural lrn and Stf el Contractors. Bieona-iiua Kaeainery Bong&t and Book 9 of Mining CInlms on page 188; The Apache Mining Claim, the loca tion notice of which Is recorded in Book 9 of Mining Claims on page 609; All of said mining claims being situ ated In the Cave Creek Mining District, in said Maricopa County, and all the records thereof being In the recorder's office of said Maricopa County, which said records are hereby referred to and Incorporated herein for a more com plete and particular description of said claims, as said lien existed on the 30th day of September, 1901, and that said property be Sold as under exe cution In satisfaction of said Judgment, and that the said defendant Gold Lode Company be forever baired and fore closed of all Its right, title. Interest and claim in and to said property, or any part thereof, except the right of re demption from said sale prior to the execution of the sheriff's deed thereto, i Public notice Is hereby given that I will, at the court house door of the said County of Maricopa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., on Thursday, the 30th day of January, 1902. sell at public auc- ' tlon to the highest and best bidder, for cash In lawful money of the United States of America, all tts right, i title, claim and Interest of the ' above named defendant in. of or to " the above described prop- j erty. or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy said Judgment and costs of suit and all accruing costs. SAMUEL STOUT. Sheriff. Dated at Phoenix. Arizona, this 7th dnv of January. 1902. OFFICE OF THE SOUTHERN PA ci3c Railroad Company (of Arizona). San Francisco. Cal.. June 20. 1901. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Southern Pacific Railroad Com pany (of Arizona), for the election of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other busi ness as may be brought before the i meeting, will be held at the office of I ;he Company, in the City of San Fran-r-isco. State of California, on WED NESDAY, the 10th day of July, 1901, at 10 o'cix-k a. m. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. Notice Is hereby given, that at the foret;ting meeting an adjournment was .ln,y n:ade to WEDNESDAY, July 24th. 1901. ct 10 o'clock a. m. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. July 10. 1901. Notice Is nereDy given, that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was !u:y made to WEDNESDAY, August 7th. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the same Dlace. J. L. WILLCUTT. Secretary. July 24, 1901. ' duly made to WEDNESDAY. August Notice Is hereby given, that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was 21st, 1901. at the same place and hour. J. L. WILLCUTT. Secretory. August 7th. 1901. Notice Is hereby given, that at ' the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY. Septem ber 4. 1901, at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. August 21, 1901. Notice Is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY, Septem ber 18th, 1901, at the same hour and place. . J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. September 4. 190L Notice Is hereby given, that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY, October 2nd, 1901. at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. September 18th, 1901. Notice is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY. October 16th, 1901, at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. October 2, 1901. Notice is hereby given that at the foregoing adjourned meeting an ad journment was duly made' to WED NESDAY. October 30th, 1901, at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. October 16. 190L Notice is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY. Novem ber 13th. 1901, at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. October 30, 1901. Notice Is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to SATURDAY, November 30th, 1901. at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. November 13, 1901. Notice is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to SATURDAY, December 14th, 1901, at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUTT. Secretary. November 30, 1901. Notice Is hereby given that at the Pheenix, Arizona Restaurant 25-27 N. First Street. BEST SERVICE GAS RANGES PHOENIX LIGHT AND FUEL CO. Said. Fostoffice Box 45 , foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to SATURDAY, December 28th, 1901, nt the same hour and place. J. L. WILCUTT, Secretary. December 14, 190L Notice is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to SATURDAY. January 11th, 1S02. at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. December 28, 1901. Notice is herebl given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to SATURDAY. January 15th, 1902, at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUT. Secretary. January 11, 1902. Fifield & Gallagher wmmm GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Estimate PiirniKhed Koomi lt-12-is ".ii.-iiwug-r. J. box Lis, rboeulx, AriioDt. Joe rifield, G60. H. Qaliaghe 38 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 tor cash. HARVEY EDWARD FISK, GEORGE H. ROBINSON, Members New York Stock Exchange. The Valley Bank OF PHOENIX. ARIZONA PAID UP CAPITAL tlffl.OOO SURPLUS Ill: 21000 WM. CHRISTY. President. J. C. KIRKPATRICK. Vice-Pres. W. D. FLLWILKR, Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Asst. Cashier. Drafts Issued on all of the Impor tant cities of the United States and Kurope. Discount commercial paper and do a general banking business. Office hours: 9 a. m. to Z p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman. Wm. Christy. E. J. Bennitt, J. J. Kirkpat f',011 i 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, Presoott. Arizona: The Anglo-California Bank. San Francisco. CaL ' ESTABLISHED 189$. Prescott National Bank... PRESCOTT, ARIZONA . CAPITAL PAID IN $100,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS 60.000 FRANK M. MURPHY. President. MORRIS GOLD WATER, Vlce-Prea. R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier. C. O. ELLIS, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS: Frank M. Murphy, Morris Goldwater, F. G. Brecht, It. N. Fredericks. John C. Herndon. E. B. Gage, D. M. Ferry. Accounts of individuals, Anna and corporations solicited on favorable terms. The National Bank of Arizona Phoenix. Arizona CAPITAL PAID UP $100,000 SURPLUS 26.000 EM1L GANZ, President. SOL LEWIS. Vice-President. S. OBERFELDKR, Cashier. JOHN J. SWEENEY. Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS: Kmil Ganz. Sol Lewis, J. Y. T. Smith. Charles Goldman, S. Oherfelder, Edward Eisele, Joseph Thalheimer. CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank of California, San Francisco; Laidlaw 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.