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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECE3IBER 2, 1903.
A Few December Magazines Just in : Strand, Munsey, McClure, Century and Philistine at the Big Book Store. (r. Wcishington and First Streets. Con t forrt we are Agents for Low-n-.'s and Allegrrtti Famous Chocolate C,, rims. f"Utthe GOLD DCST TWINS da youi work' ' Monday is a dreaded day only where H QOLS3 DST li it 1 Additional LocolI 4. BSSESDB 8SS59B3&2 for i k . : i ' : . &d tsslra's Kodaks and Films. ,'p ,p'j v3ir film? to us if you want : .-iti.-ig dene promptly and well. S, c d.r Holiday display next week, ,-rs.tiVcl the largest line ever shown Tiie Berryhill Go, or w o S Wait until prices of land vl double? You canuot make a safer investment than in buying Salt River Yal lcv Ileal Kstate now. recen- B - 7& 19 nnknown. With the aid of Gold Dust, wash I oay ceases to be a burden. Gold Dust cleanses quickly, economically and with utUe laoor. is cfntrji. rsrs tor gold DtTST: ? Hriuttoiag doors, vubiup clothes nnd duties. SJ cleaning wood-work, oiit-iotn, Biiverware ana f tinware, poliauin brawwork. cleonsinfr buth iJ room. pipes.eic.. and making the finest soft soap. gj GOLD DTTST MAKES HARD WATER SOFT CAUGHT THE RENEGADE cf For Sale at a Bargain .c0 acres in alfalfa under S. R. V. Canal with water '.j rights; also some snaps M in Inside Residence Y ?jj Fropert-. I B. A. Fickas & Go 17 N, First Avenue. 5. L. HOLTON a CO.. General' Contractors And Jobbers. ESTIMATES FORNIJHED: TH E '. Krt.st Vn!,inK!oii Str.--t. I . n. A'M. !.- North Niuth t-'ticet. Cowboys Rope the Saddled Steed the Desert. ' Jim Gibson and . Logan E. Morris, who are engaged in the cattle busi ness In the mountains- north cf Phoe nix and along: Cave Creek, came to town lm-i. evening, leading Avith r rop-3 iho rent gade horse mentioned 'a few days ngro in The Republican as run ning Iccfc cn the range with a saddli on. " '. The horse is known to have been in those part'-: for. the" last .-five . six weeks, and many ineffectual attempts have been-made to capture him. Var ious of the cowboys have tried to rop" h!:n, but h-i lcved liberty and always managed to escape them until yester day. Me.Rrs. Gibson and Mcrris saw him as they have frequently before r.nd decided that they would capture him, that it might never be said that any four footed animal ever trod their range that they could not put a- rone on. Mr. Gibson got his rope cn the hcrse's neck and the horse pave him a run. lie toon reached a little palo verde tree and as he went round it one way Morris went rcuna It the oth er and caught him with his rrw, by th? fore less. He pitched and roiled, but it was no use, he had 1o submit to his captors who took off the saddle ar-d for the first time in weeks save him a chance to draw a good Ions breath. The horse belongs to a rancher nam ed Russeau who lives west of Phoe nix, and was ridd?n to town several weeks ajo by Mr. Russeau's son, in some manner getting away frcm him here. The owner has known for soim time where lie was but tould nevDr succeed in catching him, and finally ofiercd a reward, it is said, of twenty or twenty-five dollars. It is a very food looking hciE2 wcrth probably forty or fifty dollars and the saddle is also a fairly good ope. Though it k?pt it3 place, the blaiMiets worked from under It lor.g'ago. It was intended not lonf ng to shoot the horre for the. pur pose of recovering the saddle, but the idta was piven up. A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching. El'.nd, deeding or Protrud ing Piles. Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure you, in 6 to It days. 5Cc. I'HIL C. ENSIGN, GENERAL LIVERY. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY. ul and see. Corner of First and streets. Horses for Eale. J. HERMAN AGAARD & CO., ' BROKERS Mines and Mining a Specialty 401-402 Fleming Block, Bo ssi. Phoenix, Ariz. r Most of the wood Missourians are deliveiins in Atchison is not four feet iiui but we have to take it or get Hiked. Atchison Globe. W.'C. T. U. MEETING. The W. C T. IT. will hold Its regular meeting to clay at half past two, in the r ticn room, corner of Monrce street and Central avenue. All are cordially : C: 'Invited. , CANDIDATE FOR CHIEF. The j Victor Hose company, of the Phoenix fire department, held its regular meet- j ins last evening and endorsed T. N. j Einville as candidate for chief of the 1 Phoenix-lire department for the com- ing year. MINING OUTLOOK GOOD William j Buckingham, representing Fairbanks, Morse and company, recently arrived ) in the city irom the soutn auer an absence from the territory of nearly two months. He says that things are booming in the south and he has heard that there is great activity In the nor thern part of the territory, especially in the vicinity of Kingman and Chlor ide. He left tor the north tliis morning. TITLE PASSES. Sometime ago D. P. Horning entered into an agreement with T. Ceilings that was consummat ed yesterday when the title to Mr. Hcrning's fine ranch passed to Mr. Colling?. The ranch was sold for $10, 000. It is situated north cf the insane asylum, and is 160 acresof as fine land as can be found in any country. It is all in alfalfa and there is also a good frame building on the place, together with a - fine large hay barn and other ranch houses. FALL W H EAT. William Gilson who resides three-fourths of a mi!e cast .if Phoenix on the Tempe roju yesterday brought to the board of tri-.de room a covple of wheat .stalks that are a novelty in that they were 'planted in September and have made .1 wonderful growth. They are both headed out, one being forty-three inches tall and the . other forty-five inches. The f.e.'ifon'is probably- not long enough for the raising ol two mature crops but the second crop would make fine hay. SHE IS A HAT AHEAD. Francisca Martinez was turned out of the county jail yesterday having served a seven clays' sentence for a disturbance of the pence. She got into trouble by having made a complaint against a man with whom she had been living. On the hearing she was deemed to be guilty also and was sent up for seven days while the man got ten. Miss Martinet was without a hat or any other head gear but the man below who had three more days to serve had left in the ofiice of the sheriff a good Stetson. Miss Martinez wore that away. HELD UP A TRAIN. The crew of a freight tri-in on the J5outhern Pa cific was held tip Sunday night be tween Tucson and Red Rock by a gang of about thirty hobces who enly want ed to ride. They secured complete con trol of the train, but they could not make it go without the assistance cf the trainmen, who managed to get word back to Tucson. A force was spnt out to the scene cf the disturb ance and took the gang of tramps in to custody. They were taken to Tuc son to jail. GONE TO SALT LAKE CITY. Mrs. Thomas Sloan left yesterday mornmg for Salt Eake City where she will join her husband who went away a sho't time ago ostensibly on a summer vaca tion. He has accepted a position in the passenger department of the Salt Lake railroad under E. W. Gillett. formerly of this city. His former position here, of city ticket agent for the S. F. P. t P. will-Jie capably tilled by Hy Tage. previously local manager of tfie Postu! Telegraph company and Mr. Page's I lace is filled by the appointment of Howard Boulter who was previously in he employ of the railroad and tele graph company at Jerome junction. REAL 'ESTATEj , a -'iff A. k'iA': ' EVERYBODY Has a l&ight To a little piece of this earth. But they must fight for it. They must watch their chance to get it and GET IT. We. have some particularly fine offers to make just now, some properties that can ,be had at very much under their real value, and that are bound to be higher in a short time. . $3500 Buys a handsome G-room Brick House, with good barn and other outbuildings and improvements, and 10 acres of land on North Central avenue. $800 Buys a 4-room frame house in Churchill's addition, lot 50x137, uth fine shade trees, decided bargain the lot alone being worth $400. This is a We have two of the best offers in 100-acrc ranches in the Valley one.only 2 miles from town, under the Maricopa Canal, and the other just west of town, under the Salt River Valley Canal. IF YOU WANT TO BUY AN ORANGE GROVE, let us show 3-011 a ten-acre grove in full bearing, crop almost readv to pick small house and good outbuildings. A fine investment and an ideal winter home. Our list of City and Country Property is he most complete in the City. We Woiild like to go over it with you and show you what we have. Sometimes a Fire Insurance policy helps to cure insomnia. We are sole agents for ten of the leading companies of the world. EALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. mm I A SHORT TIME I to introduce our Teas we y " will give away one fancy -j cup and saucer with every j pound 'of Tea purchased ha.- m Ami the following lines: Fanciest Japan Bud. ! Spider Leg Tea, O-Yama Japan Tea, rldai Veil Tea, i I Grocer Co, Vve Elclom fear a danger that we cannot see. The danger of being ruu-down by a Lprse is a very real one to everybody, the danger of being mur dered by a microbe doss not trouble us. And yet the minute mi crobe is more dangerous than the -wildest horse. The only people who can afford not to fear the mi crobes of disease are those who keep their blood pure and rich. These are prac tically immune from the attacks of most microbes. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery purines and enriches the blood, and gives the body a vigorous vitality. It cures scrofula, eczema, boils, pimples and other eruptive diseases which are caused by impure blood. "I had been troubled for about four years with eczema, or a skin disease, which at lims was R'.most unK-arablc as it would itch so," writes Mr. John Laric-on. of 115, Powhattan St. Dallas, Texas. " I concluded to try Dr. Pierce's Ooldcn Medical Discovery, and alter using five bottles found that I wan entirely cured. Please accept many thanks." Accept no substitute for "Golden Med ical Discovery." There is nothing "just as good " for diseases of the blood. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation and its consequences. Immediately telieves hoarse, cto'jpv cough, oppressed rattling, rasping and difficult brea.thing. Henry C. Stearns, Pru?git, S'iulsburg 'Wi'c nsin. w.Hes.. May 20. 1901: I have fce-n s .'Uir.gr Ral- laxd's 1 1 ore hound Syrup for two ye-ir. and ha.ve never had a preparation that has given better satisfaction. I notice that when I s?U a bottla .they com; back for more. I can honestly rscr.m- mend it. 25c, 50c and $1.00, at Elvey Hulett's. DORRI5 THEATRE F. N. STECHAN Manager. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3. The Funniest Plav of the Century. MR. JULIUS CAHN "n.sfnta the Farce that has made all Xew York and Roston laugh and i3 at present the reigning comedy success in London. l-IICH & HARRIS ROARING, ROLLICKING, MERRY. COMEDY Are You a Mason? Adapted from the German by Leo Ditrichstein. Uproarious Kurr.or, Keen Satire, Ex cruciatingly Funny Plot. Company of Exc ftional Comedians. A COMKDY SFCCESS OF TWO CONTINENTS. Reserved seats $l.r0, $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25e. Sale opens at' Goodman's Tuesday Pec. 1. at 10 a. m. THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL The Opening of the Benson Institution Yesterday. in Mo H Al HAM S'jccesscrs to WeiricH 3 Latham. COMPANY Investments, Furnished and Unfurn ished Houses for Rent. EAL oaas, Fir 44 North Center Street ESTATE e end Accident insurance. Telephone Main 220 MR. S. W. HAMILTON, PROFESSIONAL PIANO TUNER. faB Mr. Hamilton is a graduate of the New England con.';eratcry, Roston, ss., the larg-.:-t and most thorough mush: and training school in the world. Also has had years of excellence in tun :ng rnd repairing pianos and pipe or- u.s in the factory. All work guar ar.teed first class. Orders for tuning may be left a t E-xlewill cr Fountain's music store and will receive' his prompt attention. llill Every mother feels a great dread cf the pain , find danger attendant upon the most critical period of her life. Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering and danger incident to the ordeal makes its. anticipation one of misery. Mother's Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of the great pain and danger of maternity ; this hour which is dreaded as woman's Biverest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided ty its use. 'Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the serious accidents so common to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's Friend. "It is worth it3 weight in gold," says many who have used it. $1.00 per bottle at drurr 6tores. Book containing, valuable information of interest to all women, will be sent to any address free upon application to BKADHHJ3 REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca. WHY NOT USE GAS AS FUEL When it is Quick, Clean and Convenient? Have you seen our new line of Gas Ranges and Heat ers? Call and let us show you the advantages of cook ing and heating by gas. Open evenings. Phoenix Light SL Fuel Co. First Avenue and Jefferson St. K!n J Till' taught useful trades and they will al so, be taught that th?y h re nut out casts and that they have t'n-? sym p.uhy of tho.e in charge of thm. Governor Rrodie returned yesterday morning irom nenson, wnere no weni to attend a reception bv th3 residents of th.t place on the eve- of ths open ing of the territorial industrial school. The guests were the governor.- Presi dent Rabcock cf the University, the members of ht sc-ucl board and the cv-members. Theii was also a ban- cuet. The governor delivered a brief address and he was followed by Presi dent Rabcock, whos3 remarks were confined within twenty minutes, as he and the governor desired to take tha west bound train. In the coursa of his femark3 Presi dent Rabcock pointed out the pur poses of the school; it had not been established for the punishment of in corrigible boys and "girls. Punishment v. as farthest frcm the ideas of the founders. The object of the school he said was to divert the energies of boys and girls -who were bad Into proper c!i rectiens. The school was a part of the educaticndl system cf the territory.' There was he said necessarily ro disgrace attached to the boy fcr whon the industrial school might np n its dcors. He would almost certa'nty bo a vputh of superabundant ener g" which only needed prcper direc tion and it mieht make of him not only a law-abiding but an actively rfei'ul citizen. Among the guests at the recepibri was the sutcrintc-ident, Judge OTiri-ni of Tombstone who has had a great deal of experience in handling the class of boys and girls for whom the schcol is intended. He" was for a long tirpe connected with the institution at Whittier, Cal. The governor wouul have liked to remain for the openmg of ih school yesterday, but his piesenc;' -it the cap ital was made necesuv. Tbera have been so far only two committments to the institution, but the boar! has ascertained that there will be about thirty applications by parents and guardians of beys and girls. ' From the beginning the will te We 'nope that when we drop dead we will have nothing n that looks 'like the lingerie displayed on clothes I lines. Atchison Globe. I ' HE FOUND A CURE. R. 11. Foster. '21S S. 2d S.rict, Salt Lak? City, writes: "I have he:-n bothered with dyspepsia and indiigc-slion for 21 years, have tried many doctors with out !elief, but I. have found a. cure in Herbine. I recommend it to all my irtcncis wno a.;e all net eel that way, and it is curing them, too. 50c at Elvey & Hulett's. ' When a woman begins to speak of herself as: "We mothers and :-isters." her .family wants to look out for her. Atchison Globe. To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion, try a few closes of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J. II. Seitz, of De troit. Mich., says, '.'They restored my appetite when impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleas ant and satisfactory movement of tie bowels." There are poopie in thi.i community who need ju;t such a medi cine. For sale by box warranted. It seems to us that sick people hero lately "give-up" easier than they for merly did. Atchison Globe. ibis lunderfieast i ME If you eat H-O you know what the Kinderbeasts are. If you do not eat H-O get a pack age and see if you can solve the Kinderbeast you will find there. You will prove incidentally that H-O is the most deliciously flavored and easily digested oat meal that morfey can buy. A valuable prize awaits all those who can solve the 'Kinderbeasts, hands brain and bratvn THE VALLEY BANK Of PHOENIX PA1H UP CAPITAL Jl.VlOfVl SURPLUS 25.WW W.M. I'h'KISTY. President. J. C. KITtK PATRICK, Vice President. W. D. FULAVILER, Cashier. LIQYI 15. CHRISTY, Asst. Cashier. Drafts issued on all of the Ifnnortant cities of the United States and Kuroni. Discount commercial paper and do a gen eral banking business. Oit-ce bours. "J a. nitr 3 p. m. DlfiKCTORS: M. H. Sherman. Wm. Christy, F..J. Eennitt, J. C. Kirkpatrlck, J. S. Kilield. W. D. Fnlwiler, Lloyd R. Christ v. George D. tThristv. CORRESPONDENTS: American Exc he.nge National Bank. New York: Ameri ran Exchange National Bank, Chroa?o Firtt National PanK, Los Angeles; Bank of Arizona, Prescott, Arizona: the Anglo-California. San Francisco. Cl. r. .. .. .. . .................. PV i V IT r V k V 4 A 4 4 1 4 V 4 The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. Pays 4 per cent interest on a!l titne deposits Accoints may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person or by mall. , A handsome nickel steel safe Is furnished depositors free of charg. 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. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $100,000.03. CHARLES F. ALMS WORTH, President; R. H. GREENE. Vice Pres ident: FRANK AINSWORTH, Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster. R. H. Greexe, Frank Ainsworth, Harvey J. Lee. X 5- f - v i X $ tS ?' !' '1 t ? t S ?' t i' t t' t A 'I $ ? Capita!, S100:000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, $500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Kmll Gann, Prosiflent. S. Oberfeliier, Cashier. Sol. Lewis, Vice-President. J. J. Swcvney, Ass'U Cm-Mer. Get One of Our- Little Homo Safes. STATIONERY, TOYS, GAMES, INDIAN AND FANCY BASKETS THE FAIR The Best and Cheapest Place to Buy. NOTIONS, Tin and Granite Ware, Small Hardware Glass and Chinaware " FOLLOW THE FLAG." Vabash Niagara Falls Short Line 4W& AVeekly tourist ear Santa Fe to St. Paul; weekly tourist car Southern Pacific to St. Louis; daily sleeping car Southern Pacific to Chicago. Inquire of agents for partic ulars. ROSS C. CLINE. P. C. P. Agt., Los Anjeles. V