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THE AHIZOXA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MOHNINGr, SEPTEMBER. 13, 1902.
1 TEMPE-MESA C. G. CLJPPINQEIV Manager Tempa Department. THE TEMPE NATIONAL BANK TEMPE. ARIZONA, j General Bank ing Business. C Q. JONES, President. ' A. C. OZANNE, Vice-President. W. H. WIL BUR, Cashier. DIrector:C. Q. Jones, A. C. Ozanne, J. W. Woolf, M. E. Curry. Albert Mill er, William Rohrlg, E. W. Wilbur. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK TEMPE, ARIZONA. Paid up Capita 1 $50,000.00. The oldest and largest bank In Te mpe. Has plenty cf money to lend on grain .cattle, water rights, real estat o or any first-class security. W. J. KINGSBURY, O. L. PEASE, W. C. IIILDRETH. President. Vice -Pres. Cashier DR. C0UDEB.T BLxth street. Office hours until 10 a. m.; 11 to I p. m. TEMPE Mrs. Mark Hedden is visiting friends in Phoenix. Don't fail to attrnd the meeting of the republican dub in the armory next Monday night. G. B. Riil'.mond of Pl:o?nlx wag the guest of H. I!. Griffon yesterday. Sam Ilaught and M. Sanders camo in yesterday from tVie Tunto country. W. E. Mullen. Phil Fogal ami Frank Fogal were amons the Phoenix visit ors yesterday. In spite of the fact that we were in formed several days ago that J. B. Mullen and family hod returned and that it was so aimoutiied. as a matter of faet this will not be ro until today, when Mr. Mullen and family, Byri:i t'arr and P. J .Myers are expected to return. Invitations are out for tha first grand ball of the i-oarr to be given by the normal cadets at 'urry I12II Friday evening. Peptomber 10. The wfll driller? are woikins nifcht r.nd day on the city well. The Rural school opens Monday morning, with Miss Clara Johnson and Miss Leona Hanlot in charge. Both teachers are members of the 1902 nor mul class. A carload of honey was Fhippod from Thoenix by the Arizona lljiuy Ex change night before lapt. and cne was shipped by the same organization from Temps last night. A. J. Hansen has elI.1 cut his store and wood business at Kyrene to Mr. Levi Seas? of Caldwell. 111. Sam Miller killed one fox and crip pled another on the butte yesterday morning. The Bloomfield bi others are riding about in a new surrey. C. G. Clippinger is expected back to day. As Dr. Charles II. Jones ar.d Sylves ter Andrade were driving on Eighth ftreet, near the Nicholas residence, yesterday rncrning about 10 o'clock, their horse became frightened and overturned the. buggy, thi owing the occupants to the ground. While they received r:o serious i.ijuries. ihey were considerably shaken up. Mr. Andrade had his collar bone and also his nose broken, but was resting well yesterday afternoon, and will probably be out in a day or two. The doctor is able to be around, but says that he does not feel so spry as before the accident. Robert Finch stopped the horse near the normal. Water run in George ditch Cough ran, September 13, 3 a. m. to 6 a. in.; Stewart, C a. m. to 7:30 a. m.; Harris. 7:30 a. m. to 12 m.; Overbeck. 12 in. to 6 p. m.; Johnston, 6 p. m. to 12 m.; Cummings, 12 m. to 7:30 a. m. Septem ber 14; Cosner, 7:30 a. m. to 12 m.: Reed, 12 m. to 12 m. o I am still In the old stand and doing business. Headquarters for dancing pumps, neckties and ladies' belts. K. T. HYDER. MESA Mr.vWill Dcviman and Bert Hunsa ker were business visitors to Phoenix yesterday. Mr. Jim Bark came down from his ranch yesterday and went on to Phoe 000 DmiDiiiy teed iff you are not satisfied DO YOU SUPPOSK that a company with a capital of 1500,000.00. paid In full, and the proud reputation of 86 years of continuous success, would make such an offer and not carry it out to the letter? IX) YOU SUPPOSE we would Jeopardize our standing: with the public and our chances of still irreater success by falling to fulfil an7 promise we make r DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make s-ich an offer if we did not have the utmost confi dence in the satisfying quality of our goods t WE KNOW we can please you and save you money, for HAYNER WHISKEY goes direct from our distillery to you, with all its original richness and flavor, carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of PURITY and AGE and saving you the big profits of the dealers. That's why it's best for medicinal purposes. That's why It's preferred for other uses. That's why we are regularly supplying over a quarter of a million satisfied customers. That's why YOU should try it. Direct from our Sans Dialtrs' Profits ! PURE SEVEN -YEAH -OLD RYE Z FULL $ .00 EXPRESS 'a" .. m We will send you FOUR FULL QUARTS of HAYNER'S SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE for t4.00, and we will pay the express charges. When you receive the whiskey, try it and if you don't find It all right and as good as you ever drank or can buy from any body else at any price, then send it back at our expense and your W.uu will be returned to you by next mail. How could an offer be fairer? We take all the risk and stand all the expense. If the goods do not please you. Won't you let us send you a trial order? We ship in a plain sealed case; no marks to show what's inside. If yon cn use 20 Quarts, or nil M noma of your friends to loin yon we lllenl you SO Uarts for flti.OO. by freight prepaid, tuna saving 4 .OO. Write our nearest office and do it NOW. THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY 8T. LOUIS, MO. DAYTON, OHIO ST. PAUL, MINN. Di Disttixxbt, Tboy, O. Established 1868. REPUBLICAN I r. T. POMEROT, Manager Mesa Department. nix. He says one of the heaviest rains in years fell Wednesday night in the Superstition country. Mrs. E. W. Wilbur was a visitor to Phoenix yesterday. Elmer Johnson, Jesse Stewart, Willie Pew and Willie Drew left for Tucscn yesterday to attend the university. Each of the boys" graduated from their respective schools at Mesa anl Alma, and will take the course of mining and civil engineering at Tucson. They are all bright boys, and w ill make a mark in their classes. M. Zibuln leaves on the same train and will take the same course. The Alma delegation to the Demo cratic county convention in Phoenix is S. D. Crook. II. AV. Westover, C. S. Pew, J. A. Stewart Jr. and A. Hun faker. : o HAIR SOFT AS SILK. New Scientific Treatment Kills Dan druff Germs anil Make3 Hair Soft. It is an accepted fact, a proven fa t. that dandruff is a germ disease; anl it Is also a demonstrated fact that Ncwbro's Herpicidc kills the dandruff germ. Without dandruff falling hair will stop and thin hair will thicken. Herpicidc not only "kills the dandruff germ, but it also makes hair as soft as silk. It is the most! delightful hair dressing made. It cleanses the seal.) from dandruff and keeps it clean and healthy. Ttching and irritation are In stantly relieved an 1 permanently cured. At all druggists. There's nothing "ju?t as good." Take no substitute. AfU for "Herpicide." When a unman vho has chased a man wins what she started out for, it has a very unhappy tendency to en courage others. o WATER CURE FOR CHRONIC CON STIPATION. Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each meal and just befoie going to bed, also a drink of water, hot or cold, about two hours after each meal. Take lots of out-door exercise walk, ride, drive. Make a regular habit of this and in many cases chronic constipation may be cured without the use of any medicine. When a purga tive is required take something mild ami gentle like Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. druggists. For a bad taste In the mouth take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. druggists. When a woman in New York reads about a panther having escaped in Cal ifrnia, she goes and brings the baby in out of the yard, jurt to be sure. o Children often cry. .not from pain, but from hunger, although fed abun dantly. The entire trouble arises from inanition. Their food is not assim ilated, but devou: ?d by worms. A few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge will cause them to cease crying and begin to thrive at once, very much to the surprise and joy c the mother. 25c at Elvey & Hulett's drug store. "Surely you haven't brought any one home to dinner vvuh you," said the poor woman. "Of 1 ourse I have," said her slangy husb- . d; "haven't you any grub for them?" "Why, no; you told me you'd bring '1 .me a couple of lobs ters." "Well, tl. t's them in the par lor." distillery to YOU Prmnts Adultaratlon ! ara W Hi WHIM" J - in. .- RATTLESNAKE STORY IlluatraiiDg: theV alua of a Not Too Prfpoise6sirjg; Dog. , Ocorjre Hair.li:i ov;-.s a lltllj unkempt curly ha i fed Scotch terrier dog thit he wouldn't, sell for hla full weight in bologna FausafTP "rid an oil chromo be side. The reas-on of It Is that Mr. Ham Ih'.Vs buFlnes calls lilm frequently intn a rattlesnake count ly, and the dog is his body guard, lie has a great ncre on him for rattlesnakes, and on one occasion at leust lie probably paved Mr. Hamlin from being chewed up by one. Last Saturday . night he drove out to the llelief mine, arriving there about 11 o'clock. He took an armful of plun der up to the door of his cabin, and while unlocking th- door the dog crept up slyly toward him, and began to whine and bark. Mr. Hamlin knew the interpretation of the clog's-conduct and stepped back instantly, and as he did fo he heard the unfriendly rattle of a big snake. He proceeded to kill the reptile, and discovered that he was possessed of nine rattles, and his mouth lcoked very much like it was in working order. The snake hud ben lying on the stone step waiting for something easy to come along. The next morning the dog found an other rattler In the bunk tiouse, which he called attention to, and which was quickly killed. Like proceedings fol lowed the discovery of another snake in the engine houFe. and a third one on the outside, the dog finding all four o"f them. The dog never tackles a snake, but he seems to scent them like a democratic candidate smells a vjte7 Mr. Hamlin says he cannot account fcr this sudden crop of snakes, unless they ccme Into camp for water, cs heretofore very few of them have been Forn In that vicinity. o OWES HIS LIFE TO A NEIGHBOR'S KINDNESS. Mr. D. T. Daugherty, well known throughout Mercer and Sumner coun tits. W. Va mcFt likely owes his life to the kindness of a neighbor. He was almost hopelessly afflicted with diar rhoea; was attended by two physicians, who gave him little. If any. relief, when a neighbor, learning of his condi tion, brought him a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured him in less than twenty-four hours. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. druggists. w A M T CZ Wk ma u r-r . AN UNIQUE CONGRESS. Colonel W. F. Cody (Uuffalo Rill) to make up the "Congress of Rough Rid ers'' in nis Wild West brought together typically representative horsemen from twelve different races and national! tivF. a good many of them veteran cavalry soldiers, obtained by the favor of their respective governments. It was an herculean undertaking, and the result, it is gratifying to know, ha? more than realized the Colonel's must sanguine expectations. En masse, the "rough ilders'"are splendid: by detachments and in evolutions they are intensely in teresting. Will come to this city 0:1 September 9. HIS LIFE SAVED UV CHAMBER LAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA an.2 AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY. "B. L. Byer, a well kriown cooper of this town, says he believes Chamber lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved his life last summer. He had been sick for a month with what the doctors call bilious dysentery, and could get nothing to do him any good until he tried this remedy. It gave him immediate relief." says B. T. Little, merchant, Hancock, Md. For sale by Elvey & Hulett, druggists. SIX-FOOT WOMEN ARE SCARCE. The Professional Woman's league of New York has brought out Fome curi ous facts regarding the physical pro portions of women. The league has advertised for fifty 'young women six feet tall to act as "policemen" at the weman's exhibition In Madison Square garden next October. Most of the wo men who applied fully six Inches below the required standard, and not a single one has so far qualified. One applicant stood six feet high, but she was built so much like a tape measure that the secretary declined to furnish her with a mace. Another came for ward with the argument that, while she was only five feet tall. h-r lateral proportions we're- vast enough to make her an object of terror to wrongdoers at the exhibition. Of the other appli cants the secretary said: "Most of them are thin as shad and shaped like hoop poles awkward, ungainly, sour faced. It does not seem to agree with most women to bo six feet tall. They get weedy and are nervous from being stared 'at so much." Stared at? Cer tainly. Have ynu any idea what a fIx foct woman looks like? Well, she is as tall, relatively, as a seven-foot man. Give her a pair of high-heeled bcots and a picture hat and fIu- can gt a job in any dime museum. From a New York Letter. WASHINGTON A WITNESS. George Washington, a grat-gmn'!-nephew of tin; lnuuurtal president, was a witness in a New York city court a few days ago. His great-grandfathfr. William Washington, was the general's brother, but being a tory left this country f.T England during the war i'f the revolution. Later he rett'.e.l In Belgium. The twentieth century George does not care :cr the reflected glory that comes with - his name, though no one has greater veneration than he for the man who was first in the hearts of his countrymen. o CALL FOR PROHIBITION CONVEN TION OF MARICOPA COUNTY. By direction of the prohibition coun ty central cc.tr.mittee of Maricopa coun ty. Arizona, a mars convention of the voters of the prohibition party cJ Mar icopa county Is called to meet irj the basement cf the M. E. church, corner of Monroe, street and Second avenue. Phoenix, Arizona, on Tuesday, the Sd day of September, 1002, at 10 a. m. The purooces for which the conven tion is called are: First The nomina tion of prohibition candidates for the various county orTceis. to be voted for at the next enruir.g election In No vember. Second The ncminatic.i of piohibi- tion candidates for the various pre- cinc t ofilces, to be voted ror at tout election. ThiiH The election of a prohibition ccumy central commute;, and gener ally to transac t any "other business that may properly come before the con vention. All voters who Intend to vcte for t'le candidates of said prohibition party will be allowed to participate Jn said convention. ly order of the county central com mittee this 4th day of September, 10' C. II. DAVIDSON, Secretary. LADIEH CAN W B AW HHOBri one size smaller after using Allen's Foot Kase, a powder to be shaken into the fchoes. It mokc-s tight or new shoes feel easy; gives instant relief to corns and bunions. 'It's the greatest comfort dis covery of the age. Cures and prevents swollen feet, blisters, callous and sore spots. Allen's Koot-liase is a certain cure for sweating, hot,-" aching feet. At all druggists and slio stores. 25c. Don't ac cept any substitute. Trial package FREfi bv mail. Address, Allen S. Ohn Bted. Le Roy. N. Y. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE EDDY GOLD. SILVER AND COFPER MINING COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, F. L. Eddy, Joseph R. Alch and D. A. Donofrlo, have associated, and do hereby associ ate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation and becoming Incorporated under the laws of th Territory of Arizona, for the purpose of engaging In and carrying on the business hereinafter specified and do hereby pursuant to said purpose make, adopt, sign and acknowledge these articles of incorporation, ARTICLE I. Section 1. The names of the Incor porators are: F. L. Eddy, Joseph R. Alch and D. A. Donofrlo. Section 2. The name of this corpora tion is the "Eddy Gold, Silver and Cop per Mining Company." Section 3. The principal place of the transaction of business of this cor poration is the City of Phoenix, In the County of Maricopa and Territory of Arizona: but It may have works anl operate mines at any other place or places, and its Board of Directors may meet and transact business at such other place or places within or with out the Territory of Arizona as may be provided In the by-laws of this corpo ration, ARTICLE II. This porporation shall commence at the time of the filing for record of Its articles of Incorporation in the orTice of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, and the filing of a cer tified copy thereof with the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona. And shall endure for twenty-five (25) years there after. ARTICLE III. The general nature of the business of this corporation shall be the mining, milling and treating of gold, silver, copper and other ores; the buying, sell ing, managing and operating of mill, mines, quarries and reduction work: in the Territory of Arizona, and th dealing In and disposing of such prop erty and its products. ARTICLE IV. Section 1. The capital stock of this corporation sha'.I be One Million dol lars. ($1,000,000) divided into One Mil lion (1,000.000) shares of the-par value of One Dollar ($1.00) each Section 2. The capital stock of this corporation shall be fully paid In cash or its equivalent in property, labor or services when subscribed, and no stock shall te issued until fully paid for. Shares of stock issued shall he held and considered as fully paid and shall be non-assessable. ARTICLE V. Section 1. The affairs of this corpo ration shall be managed by a Bo.'ird of Directors consisting of three (3)- stock holders, who shall be elected annually on the first Tuesday in January by th stockholders. Section 2. Vacancies In the Board of Directors or officers of this corporation shall be filled for the unexpired term by the remaining members of the Board of Directors. Section 3. The officers of this corpo ration shall be a President, Vice Pres ident, Secretary and Treasurer, who shall be elected annually by the Board of Directors at the first meeting after the annual meeting of the stockholders. The President shall be the chief execu tive officer of the corporation, and shall have the general management of all its affairs, subject to the approval of the A POINTER "T 'The Jouruey by rail frtm Los Ar geles, Cal., to Phoenix, Arlx., these midsummer days Is without doubt the hottest anyWherc In the country. From the' moment the traveler crosses the Sierras at Bannlnpr. Cal.. and dropa clown the eastern Klopo of ihs moun tains be finds a temperature that i3 rvl ciom below 105 degrees In the shade and often nearer 115 degrees. 'Several times recently the temporal ture In the ears, while crosning the Col orado and "Maricopa deserts, lias ben ven 121 degrees From June 2:5 to July 1 the average daily temperature at sta tions on the desert along the railroad was 110-degrees, and the old-timers said that the oun had not yet begun to get down to active business. "In el) this region Tuma is acknowl- Ext ract from St Louis Post Despatch Aug.1902 True But there Is another route cool and tomfortable, with the read bed oiUd witfi crude petroleum SANTA FE. wsanhood ble Viiuli,er. liieprexrrliiiinnota iKTvouaor cis-usrof Hie Kent-rau it nrumia, such ( I. JHanhow, Inwnala, ( la ih Riwlt, Krniliit.fr Kuilaaiwua, Mrrvcna l-bMly, Plnplc I'nCjineaa lu Marry, Kibuai lac lrnin. Vnrirorflr and ('onmlinlioiL 1 liuisall liuMe uy day or night rvtii!quickneH-' of Uiactiire". which If Dot checked leivls 10 MncruiKtorrliira and uil t.. horrors i linmrtpncy. I'fl 1 KN'K cleanses ti. llVl'f. fh UlnbV.nn.1 I lib ll.ill..rD .runi (.!.! Imim.lti.a 1 W b, mi. tai rpalnrraatna l witt oru.niH. " ' - rrTi,",e,'"", 'rtr,'""' r '"'t ctirfl by Dnctnrg i treatise 90 prr cent are troubled wilh ProaUttllla. cl ' I'r Nh the omv known r.Tin W to cure -Wiout rn operation. 60U IpmUiiiimtIuIh. A wrlttm runranieecive 11 am moxa y thiiiiii. t if CtHiit ftiln 3UoV fcflixt a Leuwuieiil CU1. ILWabOI.OJor IMC. ty until "! for Kitty rimilr.r em) MMitniii AudreKi it vol. n ! W a: .. . o. ' x ?rrm. 8Mi Tnnro, CaX FOR SALE BY k.LVEY & HULETT. Board of Directors. And until the annual meeting of Jan uary. 1903, the following named persona shall be the Directors of this corpo ration, viz:, F. L. Eddy. Joseph R. Alch, and D. A. Donofrio; and tho fol lowing shall be officers of said corpo ration, viz. F. L. Eddy. President; Jo seph R. Alch, Vice President, and D. A. Donofrlo. Secretary and Treasurer. Section 4. The Board . of Directors shall have the power and authority ta appoint any other agent or agents to cid In the management of Its business, and In conducting the nffairs of the corporation that they may deem advis able, and may vest in such agent or auents such powers as they may deem expedient. And said Board of Direct ors shall have the power and authority to fix the compensation to be paid to the officers, agents and employees and directors of this corporation. ARTICLE VI. Section 1. The highest amount of ln-dc-btednc "r liaVIty. rtrcct or con tingent, to which tnis corporalio.i shall at any time subject itself is the sum of One Hundred Thousand dollars ($100, 000). Section 2. The corporation may, by authority of its Board of Directors, borrow money and agree to repay the same, with Interest; but the property of the corporation shall never be pledged, mortgaged or hypothecated without the direct authority and con sent of the holders of a majority of the stock of this corporation. ARTICLE VII. The stockholders of this corporation, and their private property, shall be ex empt from liability for the corporate debts of this corporation; and the shares of stock issued as fully paid shall be forever held and considered as fully paid and non-assessable. ARTICLE VIII. At any meeting of the stockholders, a majority of the Issued stock shall con stitute a quorum, and stockholdtys may vote by written proxy filed with the Secretary at or prior to the meeting. All stockholders' meetings shall be held at the office of the corporation in Phoe nix, Arizona. ARTICLE IX. The Board of Directors shall have the power to make, amend and alter by laws for this corporation, nnd to make all needful rules and regulations for the management of Us affairs. IN WITNESS WHEREOF We have hereunto set our hands this eighteenth day of August, 1902. F. U EDDY. JOSEPH R. AICII. D. A. DONOFRIO. Territory of Arizona, County cf Maricopa, ss. Before me. Thos. J. Prescott, a No tary Public in and for the County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, on this day perronally appeared F. L. EDDY and D. A. DONOFRIO, known to me to be the pe rsons whose names are sub scribed to the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged to me that they ex cel: ted the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of of fice this 22d day of August, A. D. 1902. . (Seal) THOS. J. PRKSCC-TT. Notary Public. My commission expi'es on the Cth day of December, 1904. State of California, County of San Bernardino, ss. Before me, T. J. Murphy, a Notary Public in and for the County of San Bernardino, State of California, on this day personally appeared JOSEPH R. AICII, known to me to bi the person whose name is subscribed to the fore going Instrument, and acknowledged to me that he executed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and soal of offic e this 20th day of August. A. D. 1902. (Seal) T. J. MURPHY. i Notary Public. My commission expires on the 23d day of Sept., 1905. Territory of Arizona, s County of Maricopa, ss. I. B. F. McFail. County Recorder In and for the County and Territory aforesaid, do hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record at D.50 o'clock p. m. on this 22d day of August. 1902, and duly recorded In Book No. 11 of Incorporations, records of Maticopa County, Arizona, at Pages 531 to F.35. Witness my hand and official seal the day and year above written. (Seal) B. F. McFALL, County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy. . First publication September 9. 1902. Omy S. wlth1 and cei; wine on dlshe3 ai "No on. It can ha such he? the -reg-pension facing and tl While : "Thf warm The r and Prep pap "l Is restored;s.u,i1;?: t moim French Dlirslrlan. will qnlpklvciire you of all THE MODEL GROCERY Always ready to serve , the people with the beat the mar ket affords. Everything new and clean. When in trouble give us a trial. Prompt delivery. Opposite from Hotel Adams Onr Rperialtv, IKttr, POULfRY nfatl Orders. V. O. Box 005 MITANI VEGETABLE CO. GROWERS AND SHIPPERS Cor. 4th and , . , E. Washington Sts. POOeniX.MlZOna. PRESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. Motel Burke ' AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA 105 rooms. . All modern conveniences. A strictly first-class and modern hotel. Sample rooms for comerclul men. Comet Grotto Bar and Grill Room. Liwltr Block, Prescott, Arlx. W renuext all our friend to mil at the coo estpUce la town while lu 1'rui-toit. Meal at all hours; tine Lunche. I Shumate Carl Keller H. W. laudium THE PALACE PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Strictly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rooms in the southwest. BROW, SMITH & BELCHER, Proprietors. The Anheuser Saloon and Restaurent CONCERT HALL. Frank Williams. Bob Prior. Chas. Bedford. Len Hale. Handle Only JAMCMCS t. PCPPER "92. HUNTER RYE AND MOUNT URNON RYE Whiskies. Club rooms and restaurant. Best musical talent employed- Games never close. Its Dp to You. H. P. & C O., Proprietors. THE PALACE Barber Shop and 13 c tH lOOl11M Should receive your patronage when in Trescoott. Everything strictly modern and first-class. Palace Building, Mon tezuma street. L N BVLLV. Prop., Better kaawa aa "Caaey." We make a specialty of assisting In the Incorporating,, financing and developing of mines, either for cor porations or Individuals. Before making other arrange ments see us. lhe Prescott Realty Go. (Inc.) FISCAL, AGeNTH Real Cstate.Mines, Investments. , No. 127 Cortez St., South, Prescott, Ariz. P. O. Box 272. , Tel. 337. RAINIER BEER The Best Beer that is used in the Territory. Send orders to H. D. STUTHMAN. Distributing Agent for Arizona. PRESCOTT. ARIZ. The Bashford - Burmister Company WHOUUUt.S AND KCTAIL DKJkLSK IN General Merchandise Preacott, Arlson We carry full lines of everything. We have a big store. We do a big business, but can do more jJjr Jt Jtjtjt fjtjk I When In' Preacott It will please ng to have you call and get acquainted Attention phoenix BAKERY BREAD A loaf of our Bread will please you and do you good. It's a body builder. It satisfies that hungry feeling which affects the vigorous; It tones the appetite and builds muscular tissues; it 1 3 sweet and wholesome, the best 5 cents worth you ever bought. ' Phoenix Bakery and Confectionery IUWAKU tlbLLl, I'rop. 7 West Washington Street Established 1881 'Phone 89! Southern Pacific Co. (PACIFIC BT8TEM.) Commenrng January 10. 101, trains will leave Maricopa aa folio wa: 3p:q a. ai. daily new Orleans express for Tucson. Beoaoa. Demlng, El I'aso, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans. Connecting at New Or leans for Cincinnati and Chicago: alsa for WRKhlngton, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Bcstou. liCO p- M- DAILf MIXED TRAIN for Gila Bend and way stations. 41CO P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN for Tucson and way stations. 9.1 0 P. M. DAILT PACIFIC EX- I J press for Loo Angeles. Fresno, Sacramento and Bau Francisco. Con necting at Sacramento and San Fraa clsco for polats in Oregon. Nevada and Otah. T. H. OOODMJLN. "Ua. Fan. Art Fifield & Gaiiagner GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Estimate furninhed Room 1 1-13-11 Ocelli Building P. O. Box 673, Phoenix, Anion a. Joe Fifield Oao. H. Oallarhar Stayat Hoataaad lajoy laarsell Now Open for the Summer Season. East Lake Park Nalatorium Fresh Water Tank 30 by 100 feet, 1 to 6 feet deep. 40 Dressing Rooms 40. Spring Board. Roman Rings. Slide Trapeze. Artificial Lake Boating PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERT EVENING from 7:30 to 8:30. Park Theater Open Every Evening (Sunday Except ed). Grand cpen-Air Lawn Concert Every Sunday Evening, 7:S0 to 10. Admission to the Park Free to Patrons of the Street Cars Save 10 cents by procuring admission slips from conductors free before ar rival at Park. REMOVED HILL'S SEFD STORE From 17 W. Adams to Jefferson and Cen ter... Seeds, Poultry, Supplies, Hay, Grain Telephone 2513. R1PANS Ripans Tabulcs have helped my stomach wonder fully and kept my bowels regular At araiglsts. The Five-Cent packet la enough for an ordinary occasion. The family bottle, 60 cents, contains a supply for a year. . visit DR. JORDAN'S gbeatI 11USEUH OF miQlW I Oil I1E&ET ST., Ill Fi IKISCO, C1L. I The Lugnt Anatomical Mima is the . Wortd. Uknese or Any C4ur.-re4 ' disease MMil..lx mrw lijr the oldcW 0(k(mim on we Lua tki. 36 yean. j Oil. t'ORDAN-StSEASES OF WEN I MYPHia.1 thnrtnehlf rather red M from system without the of M Twsei fitted by an h.x-rt. Hai- wmm mrm tor stvpiwra, a mrark- 1 radical cure for ! 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