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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1903. About Phoenix People J Mr. Howard Aston who has been very ill at the Pister's Hospital is convalescent. J Wilnesil.iy evening; th first hop n( tin- Nelson w.is jjiven liy a nunilxT ir llif IMx.fnix li.u lit'ltn-s at the Country chili. With ill.' usual number of chin t i's there wen- several G"i'tr.:m lipuivs. IT t iii li sut i t iling: ilanie is as great a success iiv this, l'roenix will have a season well worth remembering. Those i'l-e.-teiit were: Mr. himI Mrs. II. 11. Sat lerwhite. Mr. aiitl Mrs Harry Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ainsworth. Mrs. Williamson. Miss Eddy. Miss Whalen. ..Miss Owen. Miss Ainsworth. Miss tlrorg-e. Miss Gilmer. Miss McKee. Miss Gillum. Miss Hauthurst, Miss Xuby. Miss Hall, Miss Cruz. Miss Han- ot k. Miss Wlllisi roft. Mr. Sam. Dun lap. Mr. Adams. Mr. Frederick Gross. .Mr. William Enylish. Mr. Pj'il Prizard. Mr. Henry George. Mr. T. E. Preseott. Mr. Jack Nejlan, Mr. Oliver P. Morton. Mr. R. L. MeD.niaM. Mr. Harvey Krom, Mr. Frank Bennett. Mr. Maleom Gilieit. Mr. Joe t'arsou. Mr. H. M. Galliver. and Mr. George Kirkland. i Mr. and Mis. Chauncey Clarke, of! Peoria. Arizona, returned Thursday-! 1: cm Peoria. 111. Mrs. A. A. Johns of Preseott is Frer-iling several weeks with her sister. Mrs. J. M. Ailken. at her home on East Aiims. 11-v. anil Mis. George S?vier arrived in tin city the past week. Rev. Mr. Sevier's father and mother :;re here and will remain through the winter. Miss Janet Scott will return to riiocnix this Wednesday after a de lightful summer in Dayton. Ohio, where she has he?:i visiting her parents. Miss Vena Katie of Alr.ambra. who has been visiting in Providence, return ed honu Thurfi'ay. Miss Grace Holland entertained a number of friends Wednesday evening at her home, r.:7 North Fifth Avenue. The game for the evening was flinch, which was varied with a number r.f vcoal and instrumental selections by Miss Holland and Miss Keper. The guests were: Miss Mansfield, Miss Kepner, Miss Richmond, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Green, Mr. Miller and Mr. Bowers. The Eastern Star held a business and eooial meeting Thursday evening which was well attended. The reception com mittee appointed for the Hallowe'en ball is: Mr. rind Mrs. P. P. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sweeney. Mrs. J. M. Swrtman. Mrs. X. A. Mcrford, Mrs. Jo seph Cope, Mrs J. D. Monihon, Mrs. Constance Stephens. Mrs. Vernoiv L. Clark. Mr. G. H. X. l.uhrs and I- I Hewins. The floor managers are Aaron Goldberg. Vernon I.. Clark and A. J. Pradley. The onenir.jr rf th? dancing einy Friday evening was well tended. The social hop after (lass was thoroughly enjoyable. The fig and the iomegranil thrive as in PaJestine. Strawberries are of the most delicate quality at d are. in f-e market the largest pm-t of the yea.'. ncad- Melons form a staple article tT diet fiv,- at-the Mrs. Benjamin Franklin, whose home is now at Kansas City, is visit ing her son. Mr. Alfred Franklin, at his home on north Seventh street. a s Mr. Robinson ynr daughter. Mrs. Lcike and son of Witchita, Kansas, arrived in the city Ytst week. They have located nt Mrs. Burtis- on Sec ond street. Mr. Robinson will return to Witchita this evening but Mrs. Locke will spend the winter here. Mrs. I.ocke is a friend of Mrs. Trus rrim Connell. The Woman's Club met Tuesday afternoon in their rooms on Second avenue at the Curio. The programme was as interesting as usual. The subject for the afternoon being "Edu cation." Pror. McDonald gave an address. The ccming Tuesday will be a memorial for Mrs. H. A. Deihl. who was chairman of the art department. more -than three months of the yea;, n ml are of peculiar delicacy of tiavor. Thirty carloads or more of cantaloupes are shipped abroad each year, and th-'' market is ready to absorb the melons, even by th tiahilouds. BERRIES. Kilcce.-H-'f till y of the year. epicure, fa.' and texture Mrs. Mauray entertained a number of friends at he1- heme on South Second avenue Wednesday. Tlwparlors were prettily decoiated and dainty refresh ments were served during the after r.cort. TIip ruests were: Mrs. I.ount. Sr.. Mrs. Hattle Mosier. Denver, Colo rado: Mrs. R. Wolf. Mrs. C. C. Hur ley. Mis. L. Saunders. Mrs. P. T. Hur- i it-y. Mrs. Roberts. Wickenburg. Ariz.: Mr. Carr, Los Angel.-s: and Mr. S.im uel Powell. Wickenburg. Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Doeiing Vancouver. B. C. will spend the winter In the city. They have taken the Jami son resident e on North Central avenue. Friday evening at the home of Mr. e.nd Mrs. C. A. Massie SOS South Seventh av?nue th? Epworth League of the North M. K. church held its business and social meeting. The even ing was pleasantly passed in num erous games after which refreshments were served. Among those present were Mrs. A. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe. Mrs. Ella Mosie.-. Mrs. L. A. Sabel. Miss Bertha Hidden, Carrie Hidden. Miss Ellingson. Miss Jennie Elingson. Miss Marshall. Miss Sabel. the Misses Abbot. Miss Blaine. 'Miss Wils.i. Miss Bunker. Mis Stewart, Miss Thompson, Rev. Gib bons, Mr. Donnell. Mr. Cawkirs. Mr. j ( lytta maine, Mr. Stewart. Mr. I). Marsie. Mr. Todd. Mr. Roy Massie. ofMr. Raymond Batten and Mr. Ab- i Dot. Strawberries can be raised a greater portion They are a delight to th mere delicate in Havor th.an to be found anywhere else in th" Union. Besides them the familial Sharple;,s berry of the eastern states is dry and tough and tasteless. I'.y ex press they are sent throughout the Milthwptit within t he r:iicr- m" tiieirl keeping qualities. The demand seem? never to he tilled and tfte grow res wh pay particular attention to their straw berry patches are fast becoming inde pendent. Blackberries ".irive arid are of good quality. ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPERS US E WaiterBakers Cocoa and Chocolate Because they yield THE MOST and BKST FOR T 'I I K M O N Y Mr. Guy Reed of San Francisco spend the winter in Phoenix. will I " ! The Ladles' Aid ' Presbyterian church p i i:i the chinch Friday I following .togramme :ocic:y of the dve' a musical evening. The was rerdered. a SAUSAGES for C".ti!e. TEA. COFFEE, (a Valley Produce Co., 17 orth Center St, Telephone Red 51. X'iw open for busines ami v. iil keep constantly in stock FISH. OSTERS, FRUITS, tall kinds) VEGETABLES, CUT FLOWERS. CHEESE (all kinds) Hebrew ami NUTS, le.rge assortment) and a line ot LUNCH GOODS. In order to have a good and re iable market and to reduce waste to a l-.iniimum it will be necessa ry fo: us to order a large portion of our stock daily. Therefore we request patrons to advise us if their wants a day in advance it possible. It shall be out constant aim to l;eep it 1 1 stia-k fresh and to buy only the best. By so doing we hope lo gi' e Phoenix a market that will merit the pat'-cnage cf the mcst fatiuious Every one k.iows that in a bus iness of this kind profits are sm..ll and the wastage is a larg" item. Further nore in order to buy right we must buy for cash. For these reasons WE MUST SELL FOR CASK ONLY. We know that our friends will appre iatc our position sine', not ask us to keep books. It's -osHy and cilleii makes bao, frii-culs. We may not haw ju.t what t every one w ants just on the start, but if you w iil make your wants known we will get it and keep it. Watc h our sp.u e in the Repub lican evry day for the new ar rivals arid our prices. Don' i forsc-t the "phone No. It's Red Valley Produce Co., 17 X. Center Pi. fRAMK THOMAS Manag'r. Miss Annie Evans, who has ben vis- ; hitlng numerous eastern cities, will ie-i turn this w f ek. - . I . . : ; Mr. John Hunt of Bos Angeles w ill , ! spend the coming week l:i the c ity vis- i ; itir.g ft lends. 1 ' i Miss Mamie Brown will visit hr i brother. Mr. Harry Brown, and si.-ter. Mrs. George Alkhe. dining December. Mr. Ralph Dougherty ;f Peoria. Illi rci?. will arrive in Phoenix shortly to remain through thewinter. Mrs. Harvey Harper, who has b.-en visiting her parents in Oakland. CaL. the past month, returned home last week. Miss Ada B. MilUken of Congress, sper.t several days in the city the past week. Miss Grace Deming.' sister of Mrs. E. I W. Young, left Saturday for her home j in Denver. Miss Demirg will visit in j Los Angeles and San Francisc o on her homeward journey. I ! Mr. Louis O. Anderson left yesterday ! for Wickenburg and vicinity. He will visit several mining properties, j Mis. J. W. Evans returned last week after several months in Michigan. after which refreshments were served: ornet sclo, Mr. Rcdew ill. Recitation. Miss Ruth' Dorrls. Vocal solo. Mrs. S'.oan. Piano sclo. Miss Kepner. Vocal solo, Mrs. Young. P.arltor.e "lo. Mr. Irvine Andrews. Vocal solo. Mis. Depew. Mv P. P. Parker, worthy mation of the Eastern Star, cnteitaircd . number cf Eastern St ir ladits jester day after rccn at her home on West Adams strcef. The gu-sts wer Worthy Grand Secretary (). E. S.) Mrs. B. II. Gross, tta of Tucson. Past Worthy Grand Matron Mrs. C. E. J hns. Pivsec.t: Worthy Grard Ma tron Mrs. M. E. Sweeney. Pst Grar.d Meat on Mrs. Alice M .rf Mrs. II. L. Sweenov. M. Berry, of Los Angeles, representing the Paris Millinery, also the Paris Ladies' Tailoring, is here with a fine line 'of strictly pattern hats direct from Paris, and also of his own make up. This line is hard to find elsewhere. Mr. Berry will be open for business Monday; at 9 o'clock a. in., at the Hotel Adams, parlor B, on the first flooi?, and will remain open from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily and until 10 p. m. on Saturday. He also has a fine line of samples for Ladies' Tailor Made Suits, Skirts and Jackets, made to order in any style according to American f asliion plates. We guarantee all our work and deliver on short notice. We have 011 exhibition all kinds of lace collars in appliques, also birds, wings, pom poms in all kinds of ostrich. Don't miss this sale at the Hotel Adams, Parlor B, as I will be in Phoenix for a few days only. See me now before it's too late. . M. BERRY, Of Los Angeles Paris Millinery. The Finest Cocoa in the World j Costs less than One Cent a Cup ! Our Chi-irf IWinc R,h,, ,,-nt Int. wi'l Ir'i v..u hntr It, makr ru'l'-'f am! n crrat arl-ty of ilal.itjr ti:.i.-. Irum our Cocoa nnil C'luH-o'at?. Worthy '-r;l ,vm -rry Cowan of Yieksbufg. Mis nee Miss Anita Yaeger o" has been visiting Mrs. G. W. of New York, formerly of this j Mrs. r j sissippi. ; Phoenix. I Hoadley I city. I 1 Mifs Mary Henshaw entertained verV : informally r: her home southeast cf the 'city Thursday evening. I j A number of young ladies of the high j school went to Tempe yesterday to , witness the football game. Mr. j.r.d Mrs. Louis Melczer g.ive a birthday parly for little Master Ger truda yesterday afternoon. Among many, games the game of bean bug was thoroughly enjoyed. Miss IJuth Dorris winning the fi:st prize while Hattie Hurley and Eiizab:-th Murphy won the secor-.d and third. In the ga-.e of musical chair Mi.-s Hai3l Goldberg won the prize. The guesis were: Iiuth Dorris. Itena Denis, Hazel Goldc erg. The-1 ma Goldberg Liz zie Toohey. Elizabeth Murphy. Edith Stein. Carrie McNeil. Hlen McNeil. 'Hat tie Hurley. I" earn I -Mrs. E. B. fiathbone and fnniliit.i- e.r i-Salt Lake City wiil arrive in th- ! Tuesday to srend the winter. ! l Walter Baker 6. Co. Ltd. ITlIi!.lMiri il'O DORCHESTER. MASS. HIGHEST AWARDS IN EUROPE AND AMERICA 40 LooK at TKis! P0ME0Y BROS. CO. Bea! K.sta'e AgciiH at Mesa. Aliz.. f-f'-is 4" ai res of I nn! joining Mc-a c i the north, with l't acres Thompson .'"tlle.ss grapes 7 jeir:i ol.l. paid $7r p aire f-r last four ear:; balance in a!- The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. Tays 4 per cent interest on all time deposits mar be opened for one dollar or more, either la person Eldridge Jcrdon, formerly of this r.ow living in Washington. D. C, on.l Miuo I.:.fl.o T.li;,-t 1 w. r, -kt.,1.. j u.iu .uui ma i-iuuii Ajru:i maiiij of Baltimore, Maryland, were, married (at Old St. Paul's church, Baltimore, October the seventh. After a trip , north Mr. and Mrs. Jordon w ill b" at I home in Washington. Typewriter Repairing. We have added a repair shop to our Typewriter Department which is under ihe management of Mr. Knight, an ex pert mechanic from New York. If your machine needs repairing or is anyway troubling you telephone Main l-'G and we will attend to your wants. We sell, rent, exchange or repair Typewriters. Ufie U. H. McNeil Co. ' i.oo1t Court Hoij Stationers, Prinlcrs, Eocibjac'crs. Phoanlx, AritOBt- j A literary club has been formed for 'the coming winter by the young ladies . who have belunged to an afternoon, .club for the past two years. The dub w ill npt Thursday afternoons I of each week. The members are: jMiss Sallie Jacobs, Miss Sophia 'lark, ;Miss Sallie Clark, Miss Brookie iGc-ji-go. Mrs. W. J. Cain, Miss Zelma 1 1 Bailey. Miss Gertrude Williscroft. jMisa Caroline Cor.i:-i;. Mir Coriiim.' i ( hmbariain ami Miss Para Kimb ill. j a , The Country Club was well attend ; ed yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Krnest Tm.iu . . ... I 1 I .... t: . ' . . . (iii-i miss rtiiiMui i:i cocci lairi- Med. i The young ladies of the Normal dormitory entertained their friends IKiiday evening. There was a musical I from eight until nine and then dancT JjlUfi until trit-t-. IIUIIIIHT OI i'noe- mx people atteralsd. At the h iine of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Irvine on North Seventh street Tues day evening, their daughter. Miss De borah Irvliv? and Frcaman W. Tomp kins were married. The parlor was le. tooned in evergreen caught up with bunehes of red roses. Bev. Mow t ie of Tempe conducted the cer emony. The bride was charming in a gown of white organdy . and lace, carrying a boquet of bride's rcucs. The dining room was beautifully dec orated, the color being white. The guests were Mr. and Mis. Peter Mohn. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Adams: Mr. and Mrs. Ccsner, Tempe: Miss Ida Cosner. Tempe; Mr. and Mis. McLane, Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Morrow, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alkhe, Mr. and Mrs. George Alkire. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Hughes. Bcv. and Mrs. K. H. Mowries; Miss Gillum. Miss Leah Irvine. Miss Pal mer Irvine, Miss Alice Irvine, Mr. Biggs. Mr. Oliver Hiits and Dr. T. F. Hudson. Mesa, the Gem City (Continued from 10th page.) road in the Sal; river val'ey, stretching away for miles on miles in great !i-"k- eiooaiu s-puares, in brightest emra!d ' green. , The same venditions that obtain Hi .'. rearing of ctttle r applicable to U raising be ifes. Vh 'jniid c!.r.' i:e and luxur'ant food mululeveiopmei't rapid and conduce to the growth of the full ouuntity of bone and finew. For years especial attention hs been pai l to brooding heavy Flock, and now the valley supplies the whole Fouthwest with draft horses. Valley bred and raised horses, also, have taken first mo!ipy in many good racing meets iu ciicuiis from the Misissippi to the Co lumbia. Messrs. Higley t.nd Hooker have e-c-labliFhed a. horse i'arm four mil'-s rontheast of Mesa and last week ship ped i'j ( auroriuu. market two load.--. PHOENIX PEOPLE, COMING HOM a Will do well to reniem- 3 ber that it is saving money to buy CROCERIES AT FRANK GRIEBEL'S 218-220 W. Washington St. Phone 431. We dtlivtr your orders very promptly j everywhere in towu. l.;!fa; g-M'd frame hou-.e boxes, tool.;, tea.in am! M-va water, tor $3.C."a t Bargain 4'i acres 2 .V'-fa. all :n alfalfa, fenced. g-"od house. : share I'tah water. lx-:'t cantaloui ir.d in valley, $2,750.00. crates, sweat wagon, shaif i::c k sale, mile.-i t. irtli o; a 1 trfl! i New s W W'H-H'H-mW' rH-W t t t eteel safe Is furnlBhed depositors free of charge, office and learn all about our plan for roaki&x l I 4 Acccmts or by mall. A handsome nickel Call at the banking savings payan incon'e, The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, ?1UO,000.00. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, President; R. II. GREENE, Vice Pres ident; KRANIC AINSWORTH, Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles P. Ainsworth, W. C. Foster. R..H. Greete, Frank Ainsworth, Harvey J. L.ee. '2SSSB1 PhPnil 0 HijCapitel, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 vuiiuuuiui raid Deposits, $500,000.00 h. z. p. s. s r v r n $ a itii vm a ww i ill ill ill M u lm.T,U. rv4 t Alt ITT. o.i:..i T .-JT-! The National Bank of Arizona. car i EARLY FRUITS IN MESA. A: a re crop is Mi p. W. V... Rhodes w ho has '4 rf ii:-.eun:or.ia is much hetter. been Caroline Connell is visitinj Mis Mary Holmes in I.o-, Angelep. iop? the fruits, the apricot anneara to lead, for it xem.s peculiarly well adajited to local conditions. The chic-r varieties are the Newcastle and Royal. The former lipen.s In May and. shipped at that time to the eastern markets. e:ives handsome financial returns, (ina shipper last season realized a clear prolit of $1,000 a car on shipment-) of seven c arloads of early apricots to Chi cago. These enormous profits mainly come through the anility to lead Cali fornia in the time of delivery. The ! KoyaiM. oi materially hetter quality later, and much of the Royal dried. The almond in the Salt river valley seems to thrive under much the same conditions as does the apricot, and the earlier ripenin;r oi" tie crop gives the same advantage in good nrices. To Arizona- the almond ripens in July, ind ! then is soli for not less than S:M(: a1 ton, f. o. b. The profits should never fall below $200 an acre. Notable suc ces has attended almond culture nir Mesa. The fruit in almost wholly of! the paper-shelied varieties, and is ofj the highest posible cjuality. ( The ear and several varieties of plum und prunes do more than v.ell Peaches of several kinds find a con genial horue, though the product Is us ually shipped after drying. The hit 2 peaches are of notable-excellence. No grapes were ever sweeter than are those of Arizona. The .Muscats and other table grapes are lucious, and al most any grape thrives in the rich soil and balmy climate. Rut especially veil suited seem to be the grapes of the seedless varieties, which are now grow n on hundreds o'f acres. The Thompson seedless grape in one of the valley pro ducts that makes added profit to it.i gro vtr throjfc'b. early maturity. FOR . A SHORT TIME in connection with Quilis.ii Pacific Will leave Phoenix at a 7:30 P. M. City Time, Gommencing. Qci. 23 1 Close connections at U 7tT-;-r, T7. 1 TIT A. Kmil Cinz. President, b. Oberfeliler, ('ashior. Sol. I-wis, Viee-Pref ident. J. J. bweenev. Ass t. Ctuhier. Cict One of Our- Little Homo Safes. KUSOCl to introduce our Teas we will eive awav one fancv cupaud saucer with every- w pound of Tea purchased g of the following lines: j Fanciest Japan Bud. Spider Leg Tea. O-Yama Japan Tea. Bridal Veil Tea. Palm Lodge North Center Street 2 Miles in Country. Open October 15 To June ist. Dr. H. H. iStone Superintendent. THE VALLEY BANK OR PIIOBINIX PAID CP CAPITAL .'. IIWWO iS"0?.1?' Ie,d nt- J- C- KTRKFATRTOK. Vice PrelcSet. W D. FITUWILER. Caihfer. LLOYD )i. CHP.ISTT. A8U Caahler. Drafts issued on all of the Important cities of the United Suites and Euros. Dlsc-ount commercial paper and do a general banking bUBlness. . Office hours. S k. id. to J p. ra. t aDIJTA:S V !,r' Sherman. Wm. Chrtsty, E. J. Bennitt. J. C. Klrkpatrick. J ?;Jl!.e.1'1'v- r- Fnlwller, Lloyd B. Christy. Georjre D. Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: American Exchntre National Bank, New York; Ameri can Exchanpe National Bank, Chlcacro; First National Bank. Los Anffele: Bank of Arizona. Preseott, Arizona : the Ansl o-Calif ornia Bank. Has Francisco CaL. YAVAPAI W H Y I a BOSS E. S. Wakelifi Grocer Co. Wait until prices of land double? You cannot make a safer investment than in buying Salt River Val ley Real Estate now. S353S For ScIb at a Bargain 80 acres in alfalfa under S. R. V. Canal with water rights; also some snaps in Inside Residence Property. . A, Fickas & Co 17 N, First Avenue. Oil and Development Co., Jerome, Arizona Send for ProspccttiB STANDARD ten i4 i & -vis - . . .vi R0 N. WORKS New and Second Hand Machinery Dealers In v-orapiete use or stock on hand furnished on application. Casting's in Iron and Brass. Machine Work Promptly Attended To . Telephone 571. THOENIX, ARIZ. Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Go. A il K'nde of Machine Repairing Done oo Short Kolice 25-33 Noitb Second Street Jos. Thalheimer, Pres. ; P. T. Hurley, Vice-Pres. ; Louis Melczer, Treas.; Alex. Rheinstein, Sec'y O. S. WILEY, Manager CSSalf 9 S. II. liOGEUS. S. S. GREEN. Phoenix Foundry Company All kinds of CASTING IN IRON AND BRASS. All kinds of machinery repaired. EOG SO. 7TH AVE. We will give satisfaction. PHONE NO. 971. '