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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING JULY 14, 1903.
-a JH,, . 1 t " -V, 1 il v;;'3 PRESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. yf otel Bur Re AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA 105 rooms. All modern convenience.. A atrlctlr flrat-claja and modern hotel. Sample rooms for comerclal men. t The Bashford - Burmister Company WHOLMAU ASD MTAIL CIALIK1 III General Merchandise Prescott, Arimona- We carry tall lines of everything. We have a big Btore, We do a big businesB, but can do more 5 When in Pretcott It will please to have you call ana get acqum THE PALACE PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Strictly on tbe- European plan. Boomi by the day. week or month. Finest bar and club rooms In the southwest BROW, SMITH & BELCHER, Proprietors. Sixtti Avenue HOTEL now open under New Management. Everything first class. Tran sient rates $2 per day. Call and see us for special rates by the month. TIV0LI GARDEN NOW CORNUCOPIA CLUB IncorporsUd J 1. 1902 Is open to members and their guesti only. For membership see either of tne directors. William Wldmer. presi dent; Ed Ruppert. vice president. 01 Robert P. Doll, Alex Rhelnsteln, A. R. McCalmley. directors, or the steward at ihe clubhouse, three and one-half miles cast, on Tempe road. J. H. W. JENSEN. Treasurer. Secretary and Btewarf. KXC2 ..... THE HOFFMAN EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS Michelob Beer on Draught HIRSChTELD. PERKINS & GIBSON Proprietors I ....THE PALACE.... HIRSCWELD I PtRKJNS, ProM. Imported and Domestic Wines t Liquors and Cigars Phoenix - - - Arlona THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adams on North Center Street. Nobby turnouts. t.Tfe and speedy stock. iV --'; ?T W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor. all's Sanlal-Pepsin Capsules A POSITIVE CURE For Inflammation or Catarrh of the Ulodder and Diseased Kidney. No cure no pay. Cures quickly aud Perma nently the worst cases of Gonorrhoea and (ileet. no matter of how long stand ing. Absolutely harmless Sold bv drueeists. Price J1.(M, or by mail, postpaid, b$l Hi, 3 boxes 12.75. THE SANTAL-PEFSIN CD., UCLLkFONTAINb, OHIO. GOODMAN'S PHARMACY. AGENT! You Must Stop for a coot room and quiet night's rest... The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. Fifielil & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Estimate! Rnrnfsbed Room 11-13-18 O'Neill Building i . O. Box 678, Phoenix. Arlsona. , Jo flfield Geo. H. dalla.ffb.er The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. Pays 4 per cent interest on all time deports t Accctnts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person or by mall. ( A handsome nickel steel safe Is furnished depositors free of charge. Call at the banking office and learn all about our plan for making savings pay an Income. I The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZE! CAPITAL, $100,000.00. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH. President; It. H. GREENE, Vice Pres- I ident: FRANK AINSWORTH. Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster, R. H. Greene, T Frank Alnsworth, Harvey J. Lee. X Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, $500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All.. We Solicit Your Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Einll Can. Prsid'-nt. S. Oberfulder, Cashier. Get One of Our- Little Home Safes, THE VALLEY BANK Of PHOENIX PAID UP CAPITAL. 120.-1' SURPLUS 25.K WM. CHRISTY. President. J. C. KIRKPATRICK, ' Vice Prealdeat. W. D. FULWILER. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Asst. Cashier. Drafts issued on all of the important cities of the United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper and do a generel banking business. Office hours. 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman. Wm. Christy, E. J. Bnnitt, J. C. Kirkpatrlck, J. S. Flfield. W. D. Fulwller. Llovd U. Christy, George D. Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: American Exchange National Hank, New York; Ameri can Exchange National Bank, Chicago; First National Bank, Los Angeles: Bank of Arizona. Prescott. Arizona: the Anglo-Calif ornla Bank. Ban Francisco CaU STANDARD IRON WORKS Dealers In New and Second Hand Machinery Complete list of stock on lia nd furnished on application. Casting's in Iron and Brass. 1 Machine Work Promptly Attended To. Telephone 571. LOW RATES VfA THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC and M. & P. S.&R-V. R. R. I Excursions every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at rate of $25.!.:. from ! Phoenix to all coast resorts. Sun Diego to Santa Barbara: good returning until j November 30th. Stop-over allowed at points west of Colton. San Francisco and Return, $45.45 The Southern Pacific is 230 miles the shortest route to the coast. Desert passed in night. A day light trip through beautiful San Ber nardino valley. Trains leave at con venient time, viz.: B:13 p. in. (city time arriving Los Angeles 11:2". a. m. next rnornimr. Dininsr cars on all trains. A COOL LINE The Southern Pacific and Rock Island roads offer a cool ana pieasani ivuir,f thp j,ouh n.,,f of st.,.rton thirty-four east. Elevation 2.CHJ0 to 5.000 feet .n m ,wnsh,p OIK. (1) IO,.th. range Southern Arizona and New Mexico. I tW(f ) east of the Gila and Salt River First-class service. Tourist cars daily. , j,. an(J Meri(1i.in lineSi in Maricopa Note special round-trip rates as ! t.unt.f Arizona, for the sum of four lows: I hundred and fifty (4.V) dollars. Chicago, I.G..0: fct. Louis, t auo, $70.70; St. Louis. Cairo, i! 1 X,.... n,.1aine l.l .11' -T ' Paul and Minneapolis. $72.10: Missouri river points, SG4.20. Sale dates July 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th. August ISth. 19th, 25th and 2Cth. Final limit 50 days. -;eg-ular nine months' round-trip rates: Denver, $00; Kansas City, St. Joseph and Atchison, $05; St. Louis. Memphis and New Orleans, $n; ni- cago, 5Sj. San Francisco and Return, 337.10, On account J. A. 11.. on sale Aug. 7th to lGth. Final limit. Oct. l-.th. City Ticket Office: 22 -N. Center St., Thoenix, Ariz. M. O. HICKNELL, O. P. A. Special Summer Excursions. The "OILED" Route SANTA FE Baltimore Return $75.10 ElKs Excursions. July 14th and 15th. Final Limit, August 5ih. Your choice of routos either via Chi cago or St. Louis. No extra charge for riding eri the famous California Limit ed trains. These carry cUnir.g cars for all meals. Remember the Steel Bridge Ruute East. 11. LANDIS. General Agent. t Sol. I-ewls, Vii'tr Presideiit. J. J. Sweeney, Ass't. ('ashler. PHOENIX, ARIZ. Phoenix Machine and Gold Storage Co. A il a'ade of Machine Rrpairiag Dose oa Short Notice 25-33 North Second Street Jos. Thalbimtr, Pres. ; P. T. Hurley, Vice-Pres. ; Louis Melczer, Treas.; Alex. Eheinsteia, Sec'y O. S. WILEY. Manager LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. IN Of the THE PROBATE COURT County of Maricopa Territory of Arizona. In tln matter of the estate of M. Wormser. deceased. Notice by clerk of day fixed for hearing return of sale of reai estate. Pursuant to an order of the Probate j I Court, made on the Cth day of July, l 1'J(I3, noth-e is hereby given that Charles j Goldman, administrator of said estate 1 of said deceased, made to said court. and filed in the office of the clerk there of, on said day, a return of said sale made by said administrator on the 22nd day of June, 1 103. under a previous j order of said court, of the following i real estate, and for the following named sums, to-wit: To J. L. B. Alexander the undivided one-ninth of the northeast quarter or sec-lion seventeen (17), in township one (1) north, range two (2) east, in Mari copa county, Arizona, for the sum of one hundred and fifty (U.O) dollars. And of a sale made by said adminis trator on the 22nd day of June, 1903. to Aaron Ooldberg of the undivided half f . made bv said adminis- l trator to E. W. Wells of the undivided one-half interest in and to the south half of seUion two (2), in township one (1) south, ranpre four (1) east of the Gila and Salt River Hase and Meri dian lines, in Maricopa county, Arizona, for the sum of eleven' hundred (1100) dollars. And of a sale made by said adminis trator on the 2nd day of July, 1903, to Dwlght B. Heard of lots five (5) and seven (7) in block eighteen (18) of the city of Phoenix, for the sum of seven- i teen hundred and fifty (1750) dollars. as will more iuuy apjtear rroin sam it. turn filed as aforesaid, anil to which reference Is hereby made for further particulars. And, notice is hereby given that Fri day, the 17th day of July, 1!'03, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the courtroom of said court, at the courthouse in Phoenix, county of Maricopa, has been fixed for hearing the said return, when and where any person Interested in the said estate may appear and file written ob jections to the return of said sales, and may be heard, and may produce wit nesses In support of such objections. Dated this Cth day of July. l'J03. GEO. KI UK LAND, Clerk. First publication July 7. 1903. IN THE PROBATE COURT Of the County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of William M. Billups, deceased. Notice of hearing petition. Notice is hereby given that Laura Billups. administratrix of the estate of William M. Billups, deceased, has filed In this court her application praying that an order be made permitting her to sell at private or public sale a cer tain water right in the Utah canal numbered 60, belonging to the above- named estate, and that the same win be heard on Thursday, the 16th day of July A. D.. 1H03, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at th courtroom of said court, in Phoenix, county of Maricopa, territory of Arizona, and all persons interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not bf granted. Dated July 10. 1903. GEORGE KIRKLAND, Clerk. First publication July 11, 1003. PHOENIX BAKERYf dKLA U A loaf of our Bread will please T you and do you good. It's a j. body builder. It satisfies that T hungry feeling which artects the J vigorous; It tones the appetite X and builds muscular tissues; It 4 Is sweet and wholesome, the X best i cents worth you ever ? bought. Phoenix Bakery and Confectionery ID WARD t IS tit, Prop. 7 West Washington Street f t Established IS8I ' 'Phone 891 1 t.xwxxM-w--: DON'T DRINK -IN All the "bargain nonsense you hear now-a-days. We offer you only fair, square busi ness propositions. Investigate at Your Leisure. BUY AT YOUR PLEASURE. The Valley Realty Co., North Center Street. PROPOSALS FOR HEIFER3 AND j HULLS. Department of the Interior, i Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, ; I). ('., June 2. 1!U)3. Sealed proposals, endorsed "Proposals for Heifers and : Hulls," and addressed to the Cummis- i sioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, I 1). (., will 'oe reelved at this office un- ' til 2 o'clock p. in. of Monday. August 3. 1903, for furnishing and delivering at ; the Ft. Apache Agency, Arizona, ISO heifers and 10 bulls. Blank forms for bidding, giving the conditions (which ! will be made a part of the contract) to be observed by bidders, the time and place of delivery and all necessary in structions, will be furnished upon ap plication to the Indian Office, Washing ton , D. C, the Indian Warehouses, No. S13 Howard St., Omaha, Neb.; No. 2C5 South Canal St.. Chicago, 111.; No. 602 South Seventh St., St. Louis, Mo., and the publishers of the "Livestock Indi cator," Kansas City. Mo.: the "Breed ers' Gazette." Chicago. 111.; the "South western Stockman. Farmer and Feed er," Phoenix, Arizona, and the "Ari zona Republican." Phoer.ix, Arizona; and the U. S. Indian Agent. Fort Apache Agency, Arizona; the blanks furnished are not, howevtr, absolutely essential: they may be in other form provided the proper conditions ure ob served. W. A. JONES, Commissioner. Frtst publication Jun.- 20. 1903. De Taniue Guzzler's dot tor says he must stick to soft drinks. O'Soaque That's hard. Philadelphia Record. GOT HIS HAIR BACK. Was Perfectly Bald When He Started to L'se Newbro's Hcrpldde. Frederick Manuell. Maryland block. Butte. Montana, bought a bottle of Newbro's H.rpicld-, April 6. 'W, and bean to use it for entire baldness. The hair follicles In his scalp were not dead ar.d in 20 days he had hair all ever his head. n Juno 2 he writes, "and today my hair is as thick and luxuriant as any one could wish." Newbro's Herpi- id'- works on an old pt imiple nnd w ith v. now discovery dstrr.y the cause and you remove the effect. Herpicide de stroys tin porin that caus's dandruff, falling hair, and firally baldness, :n that with the cause gone t'n ell.t annot remain. Stops falling hair at once and a rew prowth starts. Sold 1-y leading druggists. Send 10c in stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. - o Don't always believe the fellow who tells you what he would do if he were in your place. Philadelphia Record. CHOMBEBLAIN'S COLIC. CIIOLELA AND DIARRHOEA RK-EDY. This remedy Is certain to be neee'ed in almost every home before the sur,i mer is over. It can always be depend ed upon even In the most severe and dangrerous cases. It is especially valu-. able for summer disorders In children. It is pleasant to take- and never fails to give prompt relief. Why not buy it now? It may save life. For sale by all druggists. EN FO BO E D A LIST I N ENCE. Buffum They tell me Gryper is a total abstainer. Cutter So he is, but only when some body isn't asking him to drink. o REPULSIVE FEATURES. Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces and muddy complexions, which are so common among women, especially girls at a certain age, destroying beauty, disfiguring and making repulsive, feat ures which would otherwise appear at tractive and refined. Indicate that the liver Is out of order. An occasional dose of Herbine will cleans'? the bowels, regulate the liver and bo establish a clear, healthy complexion. 00c at El vey & Hulett's. Tramp Don't you sympathize wit' a poor man who has no shoes? Mr. Close Sympathize? Why, you are luckv' You never suiter with corns. CURES SCIATICA. Rev. W. L. Riley. L. L. D., Cuba New York, writes: "After fifteen clays of excruciating pain from sciatic rheu matism, under various treatments, I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment, the first application giving my first relief, and the second, entire relief. I can give It unqualified recom mendation." 25c, 50c and $1.00 at Elvey & Hulett's. "The man who proposes to a girl on his knees," says the cynical bachelor. "stoops to folly." Philadelphia Record Cheap Dirt Dirt Cheap. SUGAR BEET LAND NEAR CLENDALE. Buy quick if you want to make money. J. ERNEST WALKER, Real ;-. insurance. 14-16 South Second Avenue. TRUTH WILL OUT. "What did you steal that tradle for?" asked the police muffistrate. "Oh, just for a kid." replied th.- prisoner, who was not lost to all sens of shame. Chicago Ledger. o : THE BOSS WORM MEDICINE. II. p. Kumpe. druggist, Leighton, Ala., writer,: 'One of my customers had a child, which was sick, and threw up all food, could retain nothing on Its stomach. He bought one bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge, and it brought up 119 worms from the child. It's the boss worm medicine In the world." White's Cream Vermifuge Is also the children's tonic. It improves their digestion and assimilation of food, strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health, vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood. 25c at Elvey &'Hulett's. TOLD THE TRUTH. Edyth Aunt Margaret used to say she wouldn't marry the best man on earth. May me And did she keep her word? Edyth Yes; but she got married Just the same. Chicago Ledger. THE PERFECT LIVER MEDICINE. Mrs. i. A. Jolley. Noble. O. T.. writes: "I have used Herbine for a number of years, and can cheerfully recommend it as the most perfect liver medicine, and the greatest blood puri fier. It is a medicine of positive merit, and fully accomplishes" alV that is claimed for It." Malaria cannot find a lodgment In the system while the liver is in perfect order, for one of Its func tions is to prevent the absorpion of fever producing poisons. Herbine is a most efficient liver regulator. 50c at Elvey & Hulett's. You can nearly always tell when a woman is not thinking by the rate of. speed of her talk. New York Press. No man -or woman in the state will hesitate to sreak w?ll of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying them. They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels, im prove the appetite nnd strengthen the digestion. For sale by all druggists. Some pc-ople look for work through smoked glasses. Philadelphia Record, o For a lazy liver try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They In vigorate the liver, aid the digestion, regulate the bowels and prevent bilious attacks. For sale by all druggists. The hot weather show is often a frost. Philadelphia Record. WANT ED For Railroad Work. . Leland Mine. 100 Teams with harness, $20 per month and feed. 500 Men at the following prices. Teamsters, $40.00 per month and board. Rockmen, $3.50 per day of 9 hours. Carpenters, $4.00 per day of 9 hours. White .Laborers, J uu per day of 10 hours. Mexicans and Indians $1.75 per day 10 hours. Board ot men to cents per day. Comfortable ' quarters fur nished. Cool nights. Apply at office Mohave & Milltown Ry Co. Cottage Hotel Annex, NEEDLES, CALIFORNIA. C. W. BROWN, General Manager. A A A tt A pular All advertisements running for less time Pop Salo SEEDLESS grapes at vineyard, 2c per lb. Middle of See. 17. 2 miles east from Indian school. FOR SALE "New Peerless thrashing separator; sixteen horse power Peer less traction engine; power hay press. All In good condition. Terms reason able. E. W. WILBUR. Mesa. Aris. FOR SALE A first-class blacksmith shop, good location and a good busi ness. For particulars apply to mana ger of Tempe department. FOR SALE 20 acres thre- miles S. W. from Tempe; small frani house and tent house: one-fourth in fruits, bal ance alfalfa; water right in Tempe canal; owner going away. Address E. C. B.. box 431, Phoenix, t FOR SALE Grapes Grapes Seedless grapes for preserving- in quantities at the market pri e. Commonwealth Auction Ci., agents for Grape Grow ers Association, 26 West Adams St. FOR SALE Mountain wagon, ice box gasoline stoves, bicycles, or will buy anything you wish to dispose of. Commonwealth Auction Co., 26 and 2S West Adams street. FOR SALE 70 cows; also 90-gallon milk route with outfit complete; will sell separate or together. Enterprise Dairy, North Center street. FOR SALE Two-story brick liouse, nine rooms; bath, screen porch, chic ken yard, etc.; plenty shade. East front. A snap. Call 208 South 7lh ave or see Mafsie. FOR SALE Five-room brick cottage; north and east front; bath; screen porch, etc.; newly papered; just the place for a small family. Address P. O. Box 424. FOR SALE 13 acres five miles north east of Phoenix, in orange belt; three-room frame house, well and cistern. For particulars address box 434. FOR SALE Two-f.tory brick house; S rooms; chicken yard; plenty shade; lawns, etc.; a snap if taken at once. Call 836 N. 2nd St. FOR SALE One of the best paying druj stores in Arizona. Address P. O. box 434. FOR SALE Camp at Iron Springs. Fine location. See J. Ernest Walker, real estate, loans. Insurance. FRANCIS FRAZIER. dealer In Para dise valley lands. This valley has the strongest underflow and the finest water In the territory. Address box 133. Tempe, or call at the Titus ranch. FOR SALE A Densmore typewriter No. 2, in good condition. Apply at ' Republican office. For Bent FOR RENT Furnished, in the city of Los Angeles. California, a modern home situated on the finest street there; large grounds, big stable; the place in good condition. For par ticulars address F. Chas. Ball. 219 W. 1st St., Los Angeles. California. Holo Wanted WANTED immediately Responsible person with fiis'-class references to care for large house and giounds till about Dec. 1st. Address John Smith, P. O. liix 152, City . WANTED A c t i ve. en terpr isi ng young man to take charge company store; eood ouenins: for man not afraid of' hard work. Address A. publican office. B. C, Re- WANTED A No. 1 milker for Con gress Dairy, wages $40 and board; none but first-class need apply. Ad dress F. E. Williams, Martinez, Ariz. Lost and Found STRAYED OR STOLEN On? dark, sway back mare, 6 yenrs old, branded T. B. on left hip. Suitable reward will be paid for return to Mrs. L. M. Schenck. LOST At park or in town, a black ribbon watch fob with gold buckle and dark red intaglio charm at tached. Finder please return to this ofice and receive reward. (FOUND One Iver-Johnson bicycle. No. 870S1, back wheel missing. Owner can have same by proving ownership and paying advertisement expenses. C. loUO West Jefferson St., Phoenix, Ariz. STRAYED Ona iron gray mare. 1 K with bar ever it on left shoulder: wtigth about 1,000 lbs.; in g;o 1 condi tion; shod all round: $10 reward. Ad dress Jack Harris. Yarnell, Arizona. ON or about June 1st a gray pony came to my ranch: diamond brani. Owner can have same by p.-ovmg property and paying charges. First road east of asylum, between Tempa and McDowell roads. J. A. Stu' ges. Miscellaneous Wants PARTIES who have household gjods to ship can get carfoad rates to Los Ang-eles by applying this week to P. O. Box 754. HAVE your letters typewritten Arizona Water Co.'s office. it the WANTED Large size riding cheap. SOI North First street. pony. WANTED To trade for Phoenix prop erty, an 8-room houso in Flagstaff, built three years, on best street, in good location: valued at $2,000. Mrs. Murphy. 419 North Fourth avenue. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future. Ladles, 25c; genUemen. 60 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. BEST table board in the city at the Dorrls; reasonable. 32 S. Second ave. WANTED 160-acre tracts or less un der Grand. , Maricopa or Salt River Valley canals. W. J. Murphy, First and Adams sts. WANTED You to know that we will pay you cash for your second-hand goods, or will exchange new onei for them. Dorrl8-Heyroan Furniture Co. H-H-H Wanes 1 than one month must be paid in advance CLOTHING or delicacies for th poor and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Tcmpemncs Union, corner of Monroe an2 Central Ave. They will be carefully distri buted. Those In need nlease call. Situations Wanted STENOGRAPHER uimI t..kice-T wants a position. Ad-lre.-s l.ox IZ. Phoenix. WANTED Position as .iccountjtit. ca.-ihier or clerk by young inin; ex perienced. Republican offir. YOUNG man wishes work of any kind or description; willing to do anything. Call or address II. W. Rand. Zzi Ea5t Washington street. EXPERIENCED man wants l:8hl work for lioard and room or moderate wages; prefers care of horses and cows; can milk. Address W. H. Busby, city. WANTED Light employment by a boy fifteen years old. and a man; both have steady habits; good references; also dresses to make; twenty years' experience: cutting by measure. 42C East Van Buren street. PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC. E. rl. FASCOE. Notary Public. Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledgement taken. 110 North Cnter street. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. T1IOS. J. PRESCOTT-Corooration n 1 Commercial Law specialty. Rooms ti-S-10 Cotton block. Phoenix. Aria. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edward. EDWARDS A MORTON. Lawyers. 19 8. Center St. Phoenix. Aril. CHIROPODY PAINLESS removal of corns or bunions. E rices 60 cents each. Prlv&rr SLsauivd. ay or night. Fashion BarWr Snop. basement, cor. Center and Washlcctoa Sts. Tel. 29CC Frank Shirley. STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER. 3C5 Flemir.g Block, JOHN W. HALLE R. CHARLES S. ROGERS arc or washincton, e. c J SOLICITOR OF PATENTS AND INFRINGEMENT LAWYER 126 W. Third St., Los Acrde. Cat. POLITICAL CIRCUS SEASON. Uncle Mark Hanna sevms to be let ting Bad Boy Rooseelt take him to all sorts of political circuses. Baltinare Herald o CURED OF CHRONIC DIARRHOEA AFTER TEN YEARS OF SUFFERING. "I wish to say a lew words in praise of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera anil Diarrhoea Remedy." says Mrs. Matti Burge, of Martinsville. Ya. "I sufTerr.l from chronic diarrhoea for ten year and during that time tried variou medicines without obtaining any er rr.anent relief. Last summer one of my children was taken with cholrra mor bus, and 1 procured a bottle of this remedy. Only two doses were requirel to give her entire relief. I then decided to try the medicine myself, and did not use all of one bottle before I was wrll and I have never since been trouble.1 with that complaint. One cannot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine." This remedy .is for sal by all druggists. SPOILED HIS GAME, The Preacher's Announcement ltruke Up the Young Man's Bluff. Rev. Alexander Alison. Jr.. of Phila delphia, tells a story of a younu n.an who took his best girl to church, and when the time for collection cam. rather ostentatiously displayed a gold piece. Presuming upon the engagement of marriage that had Wen made, th young woman placed a restricting hand on the arm of her fiance. "Don't be so extravagant. Getrs--." she exclaimed. "Oh! that's nothing." he replied. "I always give $3 when I go to a strar.Re church." Just then the deacon came with the plate, and George dropped a co.n. Ev erything seemed favorable, and th young man beamed with a ser. r generosity. Then the minister made the an nouncements for the week and conclud ed with the wholly unexp- ted an nouncement of the morning's nIIotiu:u The collection this nnirnir.it."" said he. "was $3.75." Goerge had very little to say all t way to his fiancee's home. Philad. t phia Public Ledger. threat Magnate I thir.k. I shall en ter politics Private Secretary Business or plea ure? Great Magnate Oh. pleasure. I" put so much money into it th.t I want to see what it is like. Rrookly a Lif.. One of the results of the lon-r train ing King Edward had as Prince ! Wales is that few mn art so -a.y -n their legs in making a sich a h i. The late Lord Houghton an accom plished man of letters and an ! rienced politician used to s ay t th Prince of Wales, as he th' was. " I hav: always considered your royal highness and myself as the bvt after dinner speakers of th day." REALTY BARGAINS. - Ranch Bargains. 160 acres, 3 miles S. E. of the city. All under cultivation, good 6-room house, corral, etc-. Only $50 per Acre. With the above is a half share water: in the S. R. V. Car.al. This is best bargain in valUy. TAYLOR (D. SON, Real Estate and Mining Investments, 116 N. Center St.