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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: MO N DA Y MORltflNG, FEBRUARY 17, 1902. THE TEMPE - MESA REPUBLICAN FSSDBBIOE O. WBIQHT. Editor Tampa Department, Offloe Hotel Oaaa Lomi. 'Pbone 86. THE TEMPE NATIONAL BANK TEMPE, ARIZONA. !' . General Banking Business. I C. B. JONES, President. A. C. OZASXE, Vice President. ' W. H. WILBUR, Cashier. Directors C. G. Jones, A. C. Ozanne, J. V. Woolf. M. E. Curry, Albert Miller. William Rohrlg. E. W. Wilbur. BIRCHETT & SON, GROCERS Dealers in Choice and fancy Groceries Tempe, Arizona. Hello, Central! Give us everybody on the south side. This is the Tempe Hardware and Supply Co. Our car load of McCormack Mowers will arrive on March the 20th. Don't forget. TEMPE Ther-? was a large attendance at the normal !"t hool debate. The subject of li- usrinn 1 was: "Resolved. That MantiPl Training Is of More Value as a Part cf the School Course than His-toi-v and I-iterature. Both sides were well prepared with strong arguments. J. II. O-rard and Miss Florence Ford were frr th? affirmative and L.. A. Txt.ey find II. R. Trustier in the nega tive. -Th- affirmative won. though the i n it -!--r was very close. Mr. Trustlers p; per wi s considered most able and Ftronjrlv presented the negative side of trie qr iion. After due consideration, h nvever. Mr. Gerard and Miss Florence Ford were awarded the honors. The cniei tainment was thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended. These debates are rxcellent training for the scholars and bring out the results of their thorough work. It Is a practice that should be continued. Mr. eni Mrs-. George X. Gage left for Presccit Saturday evening, where they will vi-it for a few days. They will probably return Tuesday, Five teams with scrapers are busily lit work just this side of the crosscut ranfll betwe?n Tempe and Phoenix grading for the new railroad that is to .pass through Tempe. Yesterday the militia at Tempe went out ? r target practice and a short jaunt. The company has just received handsome new uniforms and the boys present a very natty appearance. Next "Wednesday evening. February Miss leonora Jackson, the famous violin virtuoso, will give her roncert :tt the normal school auditorium. Kveryone should give this entertain lyirnt he-arty support and show that the ieople of .Tempe appreciate talent. Miss Jackson's fame is world wide, she hav ing toured both side's of the water and plaved before royalty. Those recently registered at the Hotpl rasa lvnma were: T. Hayden. Tempe: John Igget. J. I. Kingsbury and wlf.?. Salt L-ake; E. McC.ee and wife. Phoenix; W. E. Hitc hcock. Eng land, and J. E. Sturgeon, Tempe. Our lot will please the most fastidi ous. Apply to Geo. X. Gage. Secretary Tempe Land and Improvement Co. Trunks at low prices, $1.25 to $10. A complete new- line of hats and Neck wear at Hyder Bros. Fresh garden seedaat Birchett Sons. WHAT ONE KAN HAS DONE Jacob Riis Becomes Friend of Presi dent Through Eeform Work. Jacob A. Riis is one of the most unique figures in the reform work that has gained such a large place in the political and social life of America. He has studied the needs of the poor from the standpoint of poverty and want. He Is a warm friend of President Roosevelt, with whom he worked w hen the present national executive was po lice commissioner. Twenty-five years ago Jacob A. Riis was what is called a tramp. He slept in police stations and even in grave yards, his best coat in the cold of win LOST Between Tempe and Inoenix, a ladys light gray jacket trimmed with dark brown velvet. Finder return to Finch stable, Tempe, and receive re ward. P. J. HART, M. D. Office first door north Odd Fellows' building on Mill avenue, Tempe, Ariz. DR. CO IT DEBT L'lmer residence. Sixth street. Office hours until 10 a. m.; 12 to 3 p. m. HOTEL CASA UOiVIA TE7VFE. HRIZONH. 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. ALFRED J. PETERS & CO., Incorporated PEOPBIETOES OF THE HAYDEN Wholesale dealers and shippers off HHY HND GRHIN. f Large Contracts a Specialty. Tempe. Ariz 4 and Manager P. O. Box 88 S All our goods are guaranteed. Coun- try produce received In exchange for groceries. ter was a linen duster, he was hung-y for days and was glad to eat a mess of bread and bones shoved to him through the all(?y- window of a hotel kitchen, he suffered the misery of poverty and homelessness in city and country. I'.ut nil the time he was looking for work and the chance came to him to be a newspaper reporter, and what h did was done so well that President Roose "velt said not long ago: "Jacob Riis is the most useful citizen in New York." It is a great climb from police sta tion lounger to the most useful man in the third city of the world. A man who can do that is worth seeing and hear ing, and 2.000 of the best people of this city came out through snow and cold last night to see and hear him. The moment Jacob A. Riis grasps you .irmly by the arm. locks deep into your eyes, and begins to talk, you see why he succeeded in what he under took. In his every look and word and act you see his chief characteristic, persistence some call it dogged ness that bulldog tenacity that never lets go for an aim once started In upon until it is accomplished. And when you have heard him talk ten minutes you know he is a man of great ability and indi viduality. The things that Jacob A. Riis started in to do twenty-live years ago wera to tear down the crowded tenement houses of New York and put in their places small parks and flower gardens; to see that sensible tenement houne laws were passed and enforced; to do away with police station lodging houses; tt s?e that there were enough public Schools for all lhr children vf New York; ta establish boys clubs and girls cooking and sewing schools. When h began on that woi k theiv. was scarcely a small park in all the great city of New York, there weru not schools for half the children; tht-i" were tenement houses so high that 5.HM families were t : ivdd in one bl'jck. most of them living In rooms in which the sunlight never shone, and thou sands of tramps u ;d criminals slept together nightly in the free police sta tion ludging hojses. To reform ami change all thi.t would lnok like a her culean task, hut Riis did it. His only lever when h began wv.-. the pencil he pushed as police report";- on the New York Sun. Itut Into every story that he wrote of murder, of povei ;y. r star vation, of awful misery, of abuse, neg lect and suflfring, he put his appeal for n betterment of the conditions of the tenement hr ::-e poor, for th? parks, more sc hools and the rest. For twenty five years he kept persistently, doggedly at it. and at ,-t it came, the thing he had been wo: "1-ig for througii so many long years. 'Irnsas City Star. Elvey & Hi lctt. the druggists, wil! refund you your money if you are not satisfied afu-r using Chamberlain's Stomach am! Liver Tablets. They cure disorders of the stomach, biliousness, const i pa tion and headache. Price, 2 cents. Samples free. Rev. Charles Wilbur De Lyon Nic h ols, who has leaped Into instantaneous notoriety by constituting himself th" arbiter of social distinction in Amer ica, has one of the most remarkable pedigrees in the country. He Is a lineal descendant of King Robert H of Scot land t hrough three maternal lines of ancestors. Dr. Nichols also traces bis pedigre in a double line to the mar quis of Aylesford. On his father's side he is descended from the first English governor of New York. Dr. Nichols is a Roman Catholic priest, and preaches to a charge in the town of Nichols, Conn. Those upon whom he has put stamp of his approval, think well of his peculiar classification, but competent critics who have no axes to grind tliinl; ctherwise. New York Special in Chi cago Record-Herald. FLOUR MILLS. r. T. POMEEOY, - - Xdltor and Hantfir Mesa Department. Offioe: - - - - - - , F. T. Fomeroy Oo. X rersonai r-aenuon x William Mueller. Jr.. of Chicago is registered at the Hotel Adams. J. L. Snyder of Sacatufi was at the Commercial yesterday. H. M. Ctlbbes of Jerome registered at the Commercial yesterday. "H. H. Co?: oT Hot Springs Junction was a guest of the Commercial yester day. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bigdon of St. Paul are in the city nruests of the Hotel Adams. Mr. J. K. Ooolittle. who has suffered a long and severe sick spell, js again able to be on the street. Mr. H. C Hurdick of New York, man ager cf th:- American Lithographic confpnny. is in the c ity. I. W. Stewart, E. Meade and W. T. Thomas of Prescott were guests of the Commeril.il hotel yesterday. Mrs. J. R. Leonard and Mis. J. H. Evans of los Angeles arrived here yesterday morning and are guests of the Hotel Adams. ' John H. Campbell, assistant CniteJ States attorney, came up from Tucson yesterday morning and is a guest of the Hotel Adams. A. F. I.e.n h, a representative of the 1'nited States land office, who spent two or three days n the cltv. left yes terday morning for the north. ; E. M. Johnson and J. J. rirady of Win field. Kan., were among yester days arrivals in the city. They are registered at the Hotel Adams. Ren' Good rich, one of the best known attorneys in Los Angeles and form erly a resident of this city, arrived here yesterday morning and Is stopping at the Hotel Adams. Thope registering at the Ford hotel yesterday were H. B. Rlcke and V. Karnett of Kansas city. A. M. Hoi ma:i of Fairbank. Mo., and Bertha Iunc of S;in Francisco. I. V. Shamberg of New York. Henry C. 'a rr of Sa n Era n isco, Fran k H . Jackson and Lee M. Fitzbugh of Los Angeles and A. S. Oamblee of Detroit, registered at the Hotel Adams yester day. Among th se registering at the Com mercial hotel yesterday ver: H. .r.. Perry. Chicago: S-. M. Smith. Fort Worth; Car! Hayden, Tempe: W. T. Scott and J. J. Itrya n. San Franc isc o, and J. I;. i-riinpot.. Tucson. MR. WHEELER GOT RID OF HIS RHEUMATISM. "During tne winter or jh'jb I was fo lame in my joints, in fact, all over my body, that I could hardly hobble around. when I bought a bottle o,f Chamberlain's Pain Balm. From the first application I began to get well. nnd was cured and have worked steadily all the year." R. Wheeler, j North wood, N. Y. For sale by Elvey ot nuien. Is egotism given us for A reason-? 1 can answer yes. It keeps a man from brooding o'er H is neighbor's undeserved success. CITY BREVITIES An emlK'sa assortment of carved leather presents at The. I'urio. MAPSAGK Can bring facilities to give TURKISH BATHS at your home. T. H. JOHNSON. Masseur.' Telephone 1175. 274 K. Washington. Use Calla Lily Borax Soap. - See the I'uban bro.il iiais at ScofieM's Millinery Parlors. The ideal hat for this country, and with a trim of tin; new Granite 'and Printis draping silk. or the dotted chiffon with pom-poms or violets make a very effective and stylish street hat. LIZAiiKTH A. MALEV. Manager. If you want an appropriate gift to send enyt go to The Curi?. Ask for Mermaid Washing Powder. For Mechanics Lasco Pine Tar Soap Good things to eat, served In the best style In our pretty private dining rooms upstairs. The Coffee Al Restaurant Co. Mermaid Washing Powder coupons In each package. Present free. For lithographed fruit and orange labels, bonds, stock certificates or other high grade litho. work, ask The He publican office for prices and samples before placing your order. We can please you. All the ladies of the town and terri tory are invited to call and see the new spring millinery at Scofield s Millinery Parlors. LIZA BETH A. MALEY, Manager. XXX The Largest Bottle and Best-- LINIMENT for Man or Beast. For Sale at atl Drag Stores Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa Stage. Leaves Phoenix 8:30 a. m. Return on your own time. Telephone 864, Offioe. L. W. COLLINS, Prop. We Have Got Them Dayton Wheelfl. both chain and c hain - leas, cushion frames and coaster brakes. Prices lowest consistent with good values. Our Roadster Wheels are the best cheaper wheels on the market. Full line of supplies. Repair, shop, all work guaranteed at P. T. P0MER0Y & CO. CODE BUILDING. MESA. DISAPPEARING PARIS The Prison of Saint-Lazare Is Now to Be Eazed. . ! Memories both new and old, more than enough for half a column, loom at the news that the ancient prison of; saint-Lazare is m be puiied down. Nowadays, indeed, its assoc iations are unpleasant, even for those of a i prison. It is the lock-up for women of j light behavior whom the police des mopurs arrest in the course of their! ratles or raids, and it is in this capacity , that it figures in a famous song com- j l-osed by Arlstlde Hruant and sung by ' Vvette Guilbert. The young woman who is retained writes a letter to. her lover. She wonders what will become of him in her absence, and gives him good advice to avoid strong drink, borrow money un her credit and be careful not to get into trouble with the police. The older associations .of the prison are more reputable nnd more interest ing. Originally. Indeed, it was not a prlson at all. but a luspltal for priestj. As proof of th prevalence of lepi -o?y in r rar.ee i:i in? twemn century me i startling fact may be cited that the i hakers in the Saint-Lazare neighbor- ! hood hud a standing arrangement with ! Before, however, proceeding to the the hospital undertaking to bake for it j actual work of building, it was decided gratuitously If they fell ill of the ter- ' to establish one hospltnl w here the best rible distemper. Bakers, it appears. , approved methods should be tested. A were, for some mysterious reason, espe- ; home was therefore founded at Kou cially liable to the disease. j Ualx nhich. is the center of the most When leprosy died out the hospital tuberculosis districts of France, and was no longer needed. Then the prior handed it over to St. Vincent de PauL who made it a convent and established the famous order of the L-azarists. H died and was buried there. His ceil can sim De itieniineo. as ms nucces-- ors were less zealous In good works they were not allowed undisputed .pos- session of the building, and a portion of it began to he used as a house of detention for young persons whose perents wanted them out of the way. and were intluential enough to obtain letters de cachet for the purpose. It appears in this c haracter in "Manoa Lese aut." The Chevalier des C.rieux was locked up tne... mat ne mignt oe noticeable within a few days from the 1 foregoing meeting nn adjournment was kept out of the way of the temptress. , beginning cf the treatment. The firs, I SATURDAY CmWr Beaumarchlus was also take:, there rign nas increase of appetite, vital ih T9nl it the lame hour an Tace shortly after the famos first night of i force reasserted itself and the weight I ' J L wil UTTT Sm Mare -Lc Mariage de Figaro." but Paris of th n,i,.nts increased nn,,r,i : , secretary. made such an indignant uproar that as much as thirteen pounds in some he was let out ag-iin cfter three duys- cases gain ;d in two months, confinement. Other good signs were remarked, as Then Jhere came the revolution, the disni.pearance of few:-, cessation bringing rresh excitements and vlcif- I f coughing and spitting and a general sltudes. Starving Paris heard that the improvement in the spirits of the pa Lazarists had stores of food In their j tients. Pn;i? Letter i:i London Leader, cellars. So starving Paris forced the ! doors the vpry day before the MorminB ; of the HaPtlle. found plenty of torn and win and pirkled delicaWe. partook of: them, ffot drunk, releifped the prison- era. set fire to the stable, end were ! within an a e of burnlnK down a whili quarter of Paris. A year or tvo lat?r the prison was one of tho regular ante- ; chambers of tho guillotine. The poets Kouchpr and Andre i'henler were tho most diPtinprulshed of its prisoners, and it is the scene of Charles M tiller' n fa mous picture. "LAppel des Con damnes." It continued to be a prison under tho consulate and the empire, and gradually assumed its present character as a house of detention for a particular class of female offenders. ; There is accommodation for l,2f0 of them, and aw many as r,00 sometimes pass through the establishment in a 1 single year. This is hardly the place to discuss the disciplinary system of which the ! prison of Saint-Lazare is the outstand ing feature. It may be said, however. that the best opinion in France nowa- ilnv. la nnnnflml ti fh. Ri'Rtntii nnd de. noun.es the prison in "no measured terms. Maximo du Camp, in his booK on the prisons or Pari-, denounced It as a "school of corruption." and It has been brought Into disrepute by a good many Judicial errors. scandals and "Miss Cass cases." Onc e, for instance. a leading a tress aT the Comedie Fran- . aise was taken there by mistake and the welkin rang with Indignation The . street, on tne east ny r ittu street, on hib'.t them, with the necessary vouch-sam- thing huppens tx-riodically to I the south by the southern city limits erS- within ten months after the first some respectable married woman or ; and on the west by Center street. In publication of this notice to the said other, and the general sentiment about : said city. 'all within, and for the us" administrator nt the Phoenix National tho prison is not such that its demo- ; and benefit of said School Distrk t No. 1. Bank in Phoenix. Arizona, the same be iition Is likely tn be widely lamented. ' That said election will be held In the 1 jng the place for the transaction of the Pail Mall Cazetie. Central School Huil iing on block No. 92 business of said estate, in said coun- n of the city or Phoenix, in said Mnri-; ty of Maricopa. SOMETHING THAT W II1. DO YOLi GOOD. We know of no way In which we can I be of more service to our readers than : to tell thein of something that will be ' of real good to them. For this reason ! we want to acquaint them with what ; we consider one of the very best rem- I edies on the market for coughs, colds. ; and that alarming complaint. We refer to Chamberlain's croup. I Cough nemeuy. e ue uu good result, in our lamiiy so .ong tnBt;,un) of Ten Tnousand ,$10.o(Po.oo) Dol- it has oecome a household necebsltj . , t... . .. ko..on- .... use we haven't JJ .1. .iiii. doubt but that it has time prevented croup. The testimony Is given upon our own experience, and we suggest that our readers, especially those who have small children, always keep it in their home as a safeguard against croup. Camden (S. C.) Mes senger. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. WHO OWNS THE RAILROADS. Here. then, is a vast continent beltod. and banded, and criss-crossed with 2D0. CK0 miles of railroads. Many of the roads are systems controllel by groups of men outside the five large syndi cates. Rut practically half the stu pendous network, affecting in one way cr another every inhabitant of the country, is tn possession of five little I Home in men ouii i.euuu. .mi icr New York. A strip of land hundreds , of miles wide, beginning at the Wash- i ington ports in the northwest and j 3eeping east to the lakes, is practi- the Company,, in the City of San Fran cally an Industrial field of Mr. Hill and cisco. State of California, on WED- Mr. Morgan. j In Mr. Harriman's hands in some measure is the prosperity of California and the southwestern ftates, as well as ; or a broad strip up the Mississippi val- l?y, a fertile band through the prairie states, and all the habitable lan-l reaching west from the Rockies to the coast. 'The central Atlantic states live to the rhythm of the New York Central and the Pennsylvania railroad. It is j true that one ran go from Boston to! San Francisco, from the gulf to St. Paul, and travel not a mile on the" roads of the railroad giants, but only through a narrow pathway and for the most part within view of competing syndi cate lines on either side. ' When it is remembered, furthermore, that Morgan men are direc tors in Van derbilt roads. Hill men In Pennsylvania Or. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder TJsed. by people of refinement I for over a (voarter of a century. I ' " roads. Coulil men In Harriman roads, : and that every other possible inter-' weaving of .-oirimon control exists throughout the great groups, the lines ,)f demarcation melt away and we see j dimiv CUilined a condition of affairs I whic h may possibly take the hue of monopoly. World's Work. TO FKJUT CONPrMPTIOX. A:i lrottant r.ii.-'n.e fn;- t:-.- crr. bating of tubi're ulasls is on foot here, undertaken by a society of philanthro pists, doctors and chemists, the fea- I ture of whic h i:' the founding of twenty hospitals In Paris and the provinces where consumptives will he treated on one method. I at the weekly meeting of the Academy r Medic ine Dr. Livet." tne head of the i home, gave an account of a year s ; work among consumptives. to : The result of the experiment , ,,rove that the most efficacious treat ; ment yet discovered consists in the hypodermic injection of a liciuid corn- ; posed of extracts from plants found in I , vhile an(1 t oiombla. whk n hovc al- reauy Deen employed separately with: falr u.ces m Germany. Belgium a-.id , i tne ITnited States. " j ; of 130 patients treated with this pro- 1 j CMS at ln(, rtoubalx home. SI per cent i recovered. Improvement being often NOTICK OF RON'D ELECTION Ij SCHOOL. DISTRICT Nd. 1 OF MARI- COP COUNTY ARIZONA. TERRITORY. Pursuant to an order and resolution of the Board of Trustees of School Dis trict No. 1 of Maricopa County, Arizona Territory, duly and legally passed. Qdopted. made and entered on the 28th day of January. A. L. 1902. at a meet ing of said Hoard of Trustees legally and properly held and conducted on said date, ordering and calling the elec tion hereinafter mentioned : NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that an election will be held for the pur;oF. of submitting to the tax-payers of sai 1 School District No. 1 whether the boruts of said Srhool District No, 1 shall be issued and sol I for the purpose o rais ing money for purchasing suitable grounds and for building thereon one school house and supplying the same with furniture, necessary apparatus ; an1 improving the grounds, th? said . srounds so proposed to he purchased i aml the sl'' school house so propose! to he erected thereon to be located an .1 : situated within the City or Phr.enix. ! Maricopa County. Arizona Territory. 1 and within the following boundaries arid limits, to-wit: ; Hounded on the north by MaJi i?on I copa County. Arizona Territory, and in, i said School District No. 1. I nat rienry Ki'tdic. j. l. Ktirrows and c. J. Dyer are the judges named and apiKilnted to hold r.n-.i conduct said election at said place. That said election will 1 held and conducted on the 27th d iv of February. A. D. 1902. between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of .said dnv. That the aggregate amcunt of the 5oml!, I)ronosed to be issu-d Is the ieV11 i "n.0n Dollars each, bearing interest . .J'nt rate of five and one-half per I"'". ur,,!.,......,,,,,,. vi l lc nuuUKUl centum per annum, and to run for a : period of twenty 20 vears after their issuance. t I Dated at Phoenix. Arizona, this 2Sth I day of January. A. D. 1802. R. A. FICKAS; H. P. DeMI'ND, W. H. RORINSON, Board of Trustees of School Dis trict No. 1 of Maricopa Coun " Arizona Territory. OFFICE OF TH K SOTTTItPRV Pi- eifle RailriiaH Com n v int AHvnnnl San Francisco. Cal., June 20. 1901. The ' . ... .... . : annual meeting or tne stockholders ot ,k. . . . T, . . , tne Smilhiirn I'acini. nmtrniiil I . mi pany (o Arizona!, for the election of! Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other busi- ness as mar be brouirht before the meeting, will be held at the office of NESDAY, the 10th dy of July, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. Notice Is hereby given, that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly mode to WEDNESDAY July 24th, 1901. at 10 o'clock J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. July 10, 1901. Notice is nereoy given, that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY, August 7th, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. ra., at the same place. 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. Ti. WILLCUTT, Secretary. August 7th, 1901.' Notice Is hereby given, that at ths 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, 1001. 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, 1901. Ilotice 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 nn 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 1. 1901. j Notice Is hereby given that at the , foregoing meeting an adjournment was j ,juiv made to WEDNESDAY Novem- I duly made to WEDNESDAY, Novem ber 13th, 190L at the same hour and ! place. J. L. WILLCUTT. Secretary. October 30. 1901. Notice la hereby given that at the roregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to SATURDAY. November 30th, 1901. at the same hour and place, j L WILLCUTT Secretary November 13 1901 ' 1 Notice Is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to SATURDAY. December 28th, 1901, at the name hour and place. J. L. WILCUTT, Secretary. ; December 14, 190L I l hereby Riven that at the I forefcoiny meeting an adjournment was ' dul mn,,e to SATURDAY. January ' ltu -w- Hl tne Fame nour ana ptace. J. L.. WILLCUTT, Secretary. December 28, 1901. Notice is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to SATURDAY. January C3th, 1902. at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUT, Secretary. January 11. 1902. Notice is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to SATURDAY, February St Si. 1102, at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUT, Secretary. J.i nun ry 15. 1902. Ketice is hereby given that at th fcrer.lr.R meetinfr an adjournment was :u!y mads to SATURDAY. Marcrj l?t. IV? at thn p::rae hour and place. .T. L. WILLCUTT. Secretary. February R. 1P2. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Instate of John Watson Hall, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under "lanrd. administrator of the estate of .luhn Watson Hall, deceased, to the creditors of and al! persons havinc claims against the said deceased, to ex- CHARLES J. HALL. j Administrator of the Estate of John ; Watson Hall. Deceased, ; Dated at Phoenix this 23d day of January. 1002. , I 1 NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT. J 1 Notice is hereby given, that J. Er- ."est Walker, of Phoenix, Arizona, did on the 28th day of January, 1902, make an assignment of all his property for tne benefit of such of his creditors aa "ill consent to accept their proportional share of his estate I disrhnrRe him from their respective '"-'". under the laws of the Territory " " ---- "I ""zona, to tne undersigned, and V"" 1 am H""eu as sucn as ' signee Dated at Phoenix. Ariz this the 4th i day of February. 1902. IV M. H. BLACK. ; Assignee of the Estate if J. Ernest Walker. Southern Pacific Co. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing January 30. isuL wiU leave Maricooa as follows 3"52 A' M' tAJLY KW ORLEANS express for Tucson. Hetison nTT,i., n Y. o . . . Z Deming. El Paso. San Antonio, Houston, v . . . . , . . . ieans for Cincinnati and" Chicago: also for Washington. Baltimore. Philadelphia, iew mm ana uositin. 1:50 P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN for Uila Bend and way stations. 4. CO P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN for Tucson and way stations. 9.10 P. M. 1A1LY PACIFIC EX press for Los Angeles, Fresno, Sarrnmento and San Francisco. Con necting at Sarramento and San Fran cisco for points in Oregon. Nevada and tTtah. T. H. GOODMAN. Gen. Pass, Aa-t. WHEN A LADY WEARS a. tailor-made suit made by us she has a garment as stylish as though it were made in Paris or New York. The fit will be perfect. The price will be moderate. If you cannot call send for us. t The Vienna Ladies Tailoring Co. 8. HACKEL,, prop. ,mmSl AY est Adams Street Nor n fa tcerehv crtiran itint at tha . u v f r 1 1 ie r ou. iui. D0RRIS THEATER MARTIN & STEf'IIAN. Managers Two Nights Chilj', MONDAY and TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 AND is, W. E. NANKEVILLE Presents THE VILLAGE ....PARSON The most natural Hay of tfc' : j THRILLING IN CLIMAX. POWERFUL IN ACTION. INTENSE HEART INTEREST. ALL SPECIAL SCENERY. A STORY AS SWKlfT AS THE FRA GRANCE OF ROSES. PRICES ... :Sc, DJc, "c. SI Seats at Brisley's. Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules A POSITIVE CURE for Inflammation or Ca tarrh of the Bladder r.t:d Diseased Kidneys, o cure, no pay. Cures quick ly ond permanently II Un nut tira t Diseases of the URINARY OKOANH. Positively No Injurious effects to the Stomach as in other internal reme dies. Sold by drufrfri-ts. Price 3l.0it.or by mail, paid 1 W. H boxes, . IHE SANTAL-PEPSIN CO.. Bcllefonlmine. Ohio. GOODMAN S PHARMACY, AGENT.?. FOR RENT Furnished rooms J10 to $15 per month. Two-story turnished house. First avenue, 35 per month. Two-story ur-furnlshed bouse, Wash ington street, $25 per month. ROR SALB Brick cottage. Third avenue, $750. Two-story brick house, Washington Street, $2500. 1014-acre chicken ranch, house, shads trees, 1 mile north Capito 1 grounds, $1200. 5 acres two miles ear city hall, $40. Blncksmith shop. $W0. W. J. MURPHY, O'Neill Blk. R-I-P-A-N-S I awoke in the niglit 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, CO cents, contains a supply for a year. PHOENIX FOUNDRY E & MACHINE WORKS B Machinery, Supplies, Castings, Repairs, Etc., Etc 25 to 33 North Second Street THE MODEL GROCERY Always ready to serve the people with the best the mar ket arfords. Everything new and clean. When in trouble give us a trial. Prompt delivery. Opposite from Hotel Adams CSSSESSSSKSSSSfflsSSSSSSSSSSKSkSii Expert Microscopic & Analytic Specialist! w tin ueutscher Arzt. "ns (PROF. THEEL) K7 mrnieriy or lhllaC-lhl. now rvl.l'r .31.S.HM St. l.OH A.;KI.KS, ol. t.ivps h WRITTEN GUARANTEE to cn:K. aftT :i tiT-it-r u uuaiaiitffil ytia t'vre hy tter4- AProf.G.F.Th8s!,M.D. 1-4 isitivfly thf uly livinvr .v li'.'it I'll -SPECIFIC BLOOD POISONS Hi I ihrs tl.'iiK-. t lio-.isi.mN thous- :m.U u; ruincti x turihy. 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