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THE AKIZONA KEPUBLICAN, FIJI DAY MOKNINCJ, DECE3IBEK 4, 1903.
Get the Habit" of trading at The Berryhill Company's Big Book Store. Have 3rou seen what we have in our show windows. Ask to see those LEATHER COVERED BOOKS we have. Our line of STATIONERY is new and variety large. We are agents for IdeaJ All the leading magazines. Subscriptions received at low est prices, and we save you the trouble of sending away yourself. Corner First and Washington Sts. WHY Wait until prices of land double? You cannot make a safer investment than m in buying Salt River Val ley Real 'Estate now. For Sale at a Bargain 80 acres in alfalfa under S. R. V. Canal with water rights; also some snaps in Inside Residence Q Property. B.A.Fickas&Co 17 N. First Avenue. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. DAY Let us tell you what the. Valley Produce Company, 17 North Center Street, Has to Say This Morning, am J- S. L. HOLTON CO. CO.. General Contractors And Jobbers. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. I'KFICK 5K fcRgt WashinBton Street. I'. O. Address 'JW North Ninth Street. PHIL C. ENSIGN, GENERAL LIVERY. BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY. Call and see. ' Corner of First arid Adams streets. Horses for sale. J. HERMAN AAGAARD & CO., BROKERS Mines and Mining a Specialty 401402 FUmlntf Block, Box ssi. Phoenix, Ariz. FOR A SHORT TIME to introduce our Teas we will give away one fancy cup and saucer with every pound of Tea purchased of the following lines: Fanciest Japan Bud. Spider Leg Tea, O-Yama Japan Tea. Bridal Veil Tea. E. S. Wakelin Grocer Co. Dear Mrs. Housekeeper: We feel that we can help you in planning the meal for today. We know that John, Mary, Ned and Jim are tired of steaks, chops, roast and bacon. They say so, and 3rou don't know what to do. Now Let Us Help You, We have a dandy line of fish this morning. A fat ; flounder or a rich, red salmon is just the thing broiled, fried or roasted. We have the best assort ment of fresh fish it is pos sible to get in Southern Cal ifornia at this time for this Friday trade. Now, please remember this for it will help you to please the old man and the kids. By the way, while you are at it you might order a salt mack erel for Saturday's breakfast. if you will watch our space daily you will find help in pleasing the home folks. Flowers Fruit, Vegetables, Cheese, Sausages, and a heap of Little Tricks to make a Bully Change. Valley Produce Company, 17 North Center St. 4..H"H"M"M"M"I"M 1 1 "M-!"!"! H- III- I Additional Locsxl I WINTER VISITORS. Mrs. J. M. Murphy, accompanied by her daugh ters Misses Julia and Amelia Murphy :.rrlved on yesterday morning's train from LeSueur, Minn., and will spend the winter with her daughter. Airs. Joseph Geare on north Central avenue. C. E. SOCIAL. The Christian En dea. or S liy of the Presbyterian church will hold a social in the church parlors this evening. A special pro gramme has been prepared and a good time . is promisid. AH young peopla riivl especially strangers w.U receive a cordial welcome. Manager W. A. Drake of the S. F. P. & P. railroad and the Phoenix & East ern was in the city yesterday together with J. H. Emmert, assistant to Presi dent y. M. Murphy. Mr. Drake has just returned from an inspection of work on. the' line of the Phoenix & Eastern. He says the grading is now completed as tar as Piety Flat, a few miles this side of Kelvin. Both gen tlemen left this morning for Prescott and Mr. Drake will leave Prescott to morrow for Chicago to confer with President Murphy who will not return to Arizona till after the holidays. PEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. Nearly all the real estate'agents of the city have signified their intention of being present this afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the office of II. I. Latham & Co., to form an association of real estate agents. The purpose of the as sociation is for the protection of both buyer and seller and to secure some systematic action In the prosecution of legitimate business that comes in that sphere of commercial activity. It is designed to better things fcr the public as well as fcr the real estate agents. THE RECORD ORANGE. E. A. Spuulding brought to town yesterday from the orange grove he recently sold, the largest navel orange that has yet been placed on exhibition here. It weighs twenty-five ounces on the same scale that gave Mayor Bennett a 22 ounce record for his model orange. Mr. Spaulding says; that if anyone beat this showing he will try again for he has other oranges that appear to be just as large and that are still green and growing. He don't propose to let them stop growing either till all com petitors lay down." He proposes to have it and others of the same class preserved by Secretary Van der Vee of the board of trade and kept for the St. Louis exhibit. SALVATIO.. ARVY CHRISTMAS DINNER. The Salvation Army i'i sending out about seventy-five Christ mas baskets laden with sub'tantial provisions to poor families in Phoenix. They wil be needing aid in sup plying the following articles: fifty chickens, 100 pounds of meat, 150 loaves of bread, seventy-five mince pies, seventy-five quarts of cranberries, fifty holls of butter, four sacks of potatoes, two sacks of flour, two boxes of rais ins, fifty pounds of toffee, twenty-five pounds of tea, seventy-five cans of milk. 150 oranges, nuts, candies, and fruits of all kinds Donations of cash or clothing will also be thankfully re ceived by Ensign West, corner Sec ond and Jefferson streets. Any person knowing of needy families will render assistance by reporting the same to the ensign. R2QS REAL ESTATE EVERYBODY Has a R.igItat 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. CPTnn Buys a handsome 6-room Brick House, with good barn and other outbuildings and improvements, J)JJ'UU and 10 acres of land on North Central avenue. ' SftOO Buys a 4-room frame house in Churchill's addition, lot 50x137, with fine shade trees. This is a j) U U U decided bargain the lot alone being worth $400. We have two of the best offers in IGO-acre 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 you 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 the most complete in the City. We Would 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. SUBURBAN PROPERTY SCLD C. S. Berryman Has Bought the Cham berlain Home. T. W. Chamberlain has sold his home place on Central avenue, near the Indian school, to Claude S. Berry -man for 4,500. This sale is one that will attract attention by reason of the price and Mr. Chamberlain has reason to Matter himself for the judgment he has displayed in its ownership and in making it what it is today. There are enly five acres in the property but It was never intended f o n ranch. On the cont'-ary Mr. Cham berlain has devoted his best efforts to making it & fruburban home and has succeeded in doing so. He was fortu nate first in being on Central avenuo, the finest drive in this vicinity arid recognizing this fact he ha? ever been an ardent supporter cf the driveway. The house is a frame structure of seven rooms and is in first class condi tion and the rive acres are devoted to orchard, alfalta and ornamtntal trees and shrubbery, a little of most every thing desirable in a suburban home. One of the attractions of the place ii the famous Marechal Neil rose bush of which so much has been printed in this paper and in the eastern paper and magazines. That Is mentioned particularly vo shew the value of little things that make a home attractive for everything about the place is in keeping with good taste and home lifet Mr. Chamberlain has been previously offered what was considered good prices for so small a place but always refused and since he has finally sold it many of his friends have suggested tha! 4t would have commanded a much bigger price a few months hence. o BOUVIER'S BRINDLED STEERS 1 J LATHAM REAI Successors to WciricK 2 Latham. COMPANY i- ATE, Investments, Loans, Fire and Accident Insurance. Furnished and Unfurn ished Houses for Rent. 1 44 North Center Street Telephone Main 220 I IMMJUUU. MR, S. W. HAMILTON, PROFESSIONAL PIANO TUNER, Mr. Hamilton is a graduate of the New England conservatory. Boston, Mass., the largest and most thorough music and training school in the world. Also has had years of experience in tuning and repairing pianos and pipe or gans in the factory. Ail work guaranteed first class. Orders for" tuning may be left at Redevill cr Fountain's music store and will receive his prompt attention. WHY NOT The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Strictly Plrat-Qasa. Quick Service Special Dinner on Sunday 383 North CMrct flvenuo Phoanlx. Arizona EAT In RESTAURANT 4 or in adjoining ...DINING ROOM... with Elegant China Service. $ At ENGLISH KITCHEN, No. 1st St. TRUNKS, Direct from the factory. An immense stock, in cluding every desrrip. tioo of trunk, suit esses, valises, traveling bags. Wrayiwa q Phoenix Trunk Factory, Old trunks in exolianfe. Keys fitted. Phono Red SM. Ko.,433 West Washington Blrcet. After a Lapse of Some Tears They Have to be Paid For. RED 51. That arch-criminal. Jack Gibson, was convicted in district court yester day of owing: Leon Douvier, the cattle man JCIj for cattle which he had con tributed to make a Phoenix hohday three years ago last November. There were a lot of steers which were to bo used in a tying contest. They were to be paid for at the rate of so much a piece per day and in addition there was to be a purchase price of missing horns and tails. At the close of the festivities three of the streers were missing and the horns of a great .many others were un accounted for. Mr. Bouvier brought suit under the I contract. At first Mr. Gibson, as'chair- man of the steer committee, resented it and he and his atturneys procured continuances and amendments, in the course of which the sympathies of the defendant became allied with the ! plaintiff and he managed to have in volved with htm in the defense half the moneyed men of the town. Among them was Eugene Brady O'Neill who appeared yesterday in his own behalf pleading that the use of the steers for steer tying purposes was in The American KltcHem On North Center Street. EVERYTHING, Tables, Linen Dishes, Stores, EVERYTHING New. Kcw croks here the best in the west. My aim will be to conduct the cleanest and best restaurant In Arizona. Boxes for families and par ties. I will do all my own pastry work still. I want all my old friends to be at the new stand when I open. Tom. formerly of the English Kitchen has severed all connections with the English Kitchen. Open day and night. Chop Suey for dinner. YAVAPAI Oil and Development Go,, Jerome, Arizona - r-; t Send for Prospectus a.-;. $ . - . "..-irri - r. X 01 contravention of the law against cruelty to rnimals and generally against public polity. Jcdge Kent ruled against the secre tary of the Universal Debt Guaranty company unlimited. saying that it was a well known priciple of law that a criminal nuty not profit by hi-? own crime. Be fair, but don't look so closely at your opponents side of the story that you will want to kick yourself Atch ison, Globe. A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles. Your druggist will refund money if TAZO OINTMENT fails to cure you, in 6 to 14 days. 50c. ROUNDING UP THE MAFIA. Philadelphia, Dec. 3. The police raided an Italian tenement house today and arrested fifteen supposed members of the Mafia who, it is alleged, have been sending threatening blackmailing letters to merchants and banker. Ail the men arrested carried two revol vers, and a etillet'.o. 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 , Fuel Co. .first Avenue ana jenerson bt. n THE VALLEY BANK Of PHOBNIX PAID UP CAPITAL 7 S100.W) SURPLUS : 2.VVJ WM. t'HKISTY. President. J. C. KIHKFATRICK, Vice President. W. 1 KULWILER, Cashier. LLOYD U. CHRISTY. Asst. Cashier. Drafts issued on all of the important cities of the United States and Lurope. Discount commercial paper and do a general banking business. Oi'ttco hours. 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman. Wm. Ohristv, E. J. Eennltt, J. C. Kirkpatrick. J. S. Ki field. W. D. Fnlwiler, Lloyd B. Christy, George D. Christv. CORRESPONDENTS: American Exchange National Bank, New York: Ameri can Exchange National Bank, Chicago; Eirbt National Hank, Los Angeles; Bank of Arizona. Prescott, Arizona; the Anglo-California. San Francisco. CaL i 4- The Home Savings Bank and Trust Col 4 . Pays 4 per cent interest on all time deposits 01 Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either la pertom T or by mail. . , 4 A handsome nickel steel safe Is furnished depositors free of charge. Call at the banking1 office and learn all about oar plan for making savings pay an Income. i The Home Savings Bank andTrust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 100,000.00. CHARLES P. AINSWORTH. President; R. H. GREENE. Vice Pres ident; FRANK AINSWORTH. Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster, XL H. Oreeae, Frank Alnsworth, Harvey J. Lee. . t t S- i.MM4-I"H....;..;..I.4..1..H..H..t-4..H.Hil ,! !;. Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, $500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Tour Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Emil Ganz, President. S. Oberfelder, Cashier. Sol. Lewis, Vice-President. J. J. Sweeney, Aes'w l'f-bier. Oct One of Our Little Home Safes. STATIONERY, TOYS, GAMES, INDIAN AND FANCY BASKETS THE FAIR The Best and Cheapest Place to Guy. NOTIONS, Tin and Granite Ware, Small Hardware Glass and Chinawarc FOLLOW THE FLAG." Wabash Niagara Falls Short Line Weekly tourist car Santa Fe to St. Paul; weekly tourlut car Southern Pacific to St Louis; daHy sleeping car Southern Pacific lo Chicago. Inquire of agents for partic ulars. ROSS C. CLLXE. P. C. V. Agt, Los Angeles.