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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNINO, DECEMBER 2fi, 190.?.
niE arrow republican, PUBLISHED BT THE Arizona Publishing Co. GEO. W. VICKKRS. Prw. and Gen. Mgr. Kxclusir Morning Associated Press Dispatches. -The only Perfecting Press In Arlsona. The only battery of Linotypes In An- "publication office: 6-S8 East Adams street. Telephone No. 471 Entered at the poetofflce at Phoenix, AH Bona, as mall matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year W W Weekly, one year Cash In advance. BY CARRIER. Dally, per month. W cts. Arlsona visitors to the Coast will find The Dally Republican on sale at the fol lowing places in Los AnKele: HoUen beck hotel news stand, and B. F. Uara ner. 308 South Snrirut street. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. DEC. 26. 1903 Tt:e New Forage Plant. ii.rnrlnir to late advices from Washington, Arizona's great wealth , the army in a menial capacity, even producer alfalfa is likely to have a with their consent. Is regarded by rival in a new forage and feed plant rome keen military observers as one from Egypt It is berseem. concerning : of the causes of discontent and its which we hava heretofore printed brief , long train of evils. This is one of th? information It would seem that Arizo- . questions which Is now before the cen na might expect splendid results frcm ' tral staff of the army in its efforts this plant. It is especially beneficial to , discover why there should be so many desertions, or any desertions at desert soils. I Te secret of the Inexhaustible fer- outside of the few which must ex tility of the Nile valley, which has under the best conditions on ac long been credited to the annual depos- un of ind.vldual viciousness. The it of ilt from the overflowing of the necessity for house servants and at river has been discovered by Mr. tendantr in the Philippines has in- u. i.i ..... itrui ..vninrer ,f th? , United States government, tu be the nitrifying power of bfliFeem. Rerseem is u species of Trlfolium, vhi'-h has" the power not only to con sume sa'.ine ind alkaline piop;rtie.s ii the land, but also to enrich- it with I nitrates. Something of a i-omW Ite of : alfalfa and clover, it Is in every way ir.ure delieat? in flavor and succulent than either. In Egypt it is the foo l of horses, ! camels, cattle and ?onk&ys. Even the j - . . lw.iBHnts or fallaheen. Hnd it a paia-i table dlfh. It is remarkably fatten ing, and chokes out nearly all weeds. r. Fairehild in the Nile delta visited basins of alkaline lands that had been service itself. The general staff officers thoroughly reclaimed by growing ber- j who hav discussed the question, how seem there. He saw cattle and horses ever, believe that something must be grazing on luxurious fields of bersetm done in the army, as In the navy, to lie-Ids that tw years before were, he j I'laco the enlisted men on a' higher - ... . T 1 . 1 T) f to lho ntul thnt Vifittap mun i .i , . says, as Darren oi vegetation a bathing beach." j Furthermore, . the loot of bersceir. . ftoied such a vast umoiii.t of nltrcgen In the soil leclaim-.'d that o.i the third . year the land was able to produce a ' c rop of cotton. It is the purpose to t.;Ft this plant in Texas. Arizona, Oregon. Washing tor., and ether sections of thi west. In the south it will be tried In i-ntntlnn w-irh r-ntfon: in Arizona and f California, where irrigation is prac- '""' - '""s co miic-iai re tired, berseem will be used as a win- orts' no fewpr tnan lg327 persons left ter soiling and fodder crop, and in the ' New South Wales alone for ports out r.orthwest. where it will lj planted af- side the commonwealth, the emlgra ter danger of frost has passed and har- ! Uon exceeding the immigration 2.11G. vested bercre the heated term, it will In addition, there has been a larg? lu be tried in relation with wheat. i f1ux of Xew "lh Wales and Victoria Western ranchmen will await with Prulation into Western Australia, much interest the result of official ex- Thls ,s one of the Immediate effects perimer.ts with berseem. Skeptics who cf socialist labor legislation in the mo may be inclined to consider all claims tner state and Victoria. The people in behalf .f berseem exaggerated who are leaving Australia are no mere should remember that it is but a com- . birdR of Passage. They are mostly a paratively short while since alfalfa was ' tlaRS wno huve en born or long set introduced into the United States, and i tled ,n Australia, mr-ny being steady, it has become the staple crop of the ! fompetent tradesmen: not a few be- vestern ccuatry. lne to the ranks of master "a'tsmen. . others being pastoi iallsts, farmers, sta- Chrlstmas Stories. tion hands in fact, the very men in The average reader will agree with j Ch the con!mnealth tands " us, we think, that the Christmas stories i ' . a. - Scarcely any are trade unionists. The in our mafc-azines are generally of the -.,., ... v,. ,v,om k .non-unionists, under the new order of tray lack of originality and imagina tion, and some cf the high priced mag azines bring a collection of Christ mas literature which Is really inferior to what is furnished by the cheaper and less pretentious periodicals. Through out, perhaps the most striking feature is the absence of genuine humon. On the whole, however, a reading of the cur- j -j-. . , " , rent Christmas literature I. not likely 8 lmPlshed Republic, to give one the blues. The foowIng plain statement of Uut r.ct even this much is to be Fi.id ( facts- collected by the Financier, may for the English publications. A writer ' go to 8how wnat foundation exists for In the New York Tribune has gone to the n-ar.y pessimistic views recently the trouble of wading thiough a mass advanced that prosperity in the L'n .f the Christmas stories printed this ,ted States is at an end. and that we year In London, and ho eives a doleful ,lre in for a period of depresnion. acccunt of hij disc overies. "I'os'tively Krotesciue gloom" Is the prevailing t-pli it, we are told, and If the several ptories which h- has summarized are typical, his conclusions cannot b? dis puted. Thu?. one story treats cf a man and his wife, living in the middle of a vast rralrie. The husband absents himself j ury October 1. 1903, $654,811,716; spt for a day or two, in winter, having J ie in Xational banks, September 9, left his wife alone with money in the j 1903, $397,556,168; money in actual clr hruse that he holds In trust. He makes culatlon November 30th. last, for each her swear before he leaves that rhs ' man, woman and child iu the United will admit no one while he is away. States, $30.21. Fhe breaks her oath, out of pity for j Value of annual farm products4,000 a wounded soldier, who seeks shelter million dollars (estimuted). Increased from the snow; In the night they h-&r J value cotton crop, this year over last, -ome one stealthily breaking in, as . $100,000,000. the burglar enters the woman shocts Mm dead, and, when the mask is torn from his face she sees that she has killed her husband. In another story, two men in the Klondike toss up to see who shall tak'i a holiday and go back, ' for time, to c.'vilization. Th? win I ner ;:g;-ecs to bring with him on his return, the Fweetheari of his friend, so ! tlip.t they can be marked without much ' turther delay. A rr.tr sk 3 In a newspa- ' per leads the man who' stays behind to believe that the other has treacherous ly married the woman himself. In a fit of pique he weds a hideous squaw, on ly to be confronted, in due time, by the devoted woman, who has braved oil the rigors of the north to come to him. The man who hnd won the holiday had married h-r sister! Now, is this th Fort of thintf to be put before a healthy human creature at Chriptmas time? Teachers Salaries. Arizona compares favorably Indeed with the rest of the country in all edu cational matters. One of the fundamen tal tests of a. people's degree of civili zation is the importance accorded the school teacher. The average monthly pay for male school teachers in the public schools of the United States is $49 and of female teachers $40; less than 2S per cent of the teachers are males, and it must be remembered that this average is made up by including the high salaries paid in Arizona, Cal ifornia and a few other states. In most cf the states the school teacher is paid $25 to $35 a month. In this territory the average is about $70. Soldiers as Servants. The employment of enlisted men of voivej me employment oi sciaiers sometimes In a rapacity which is not always pleasant to the enlisted man. who often comes of a good family and does not. relish the employment cf him self or associate In work which would "c -"v. c u:iuui. u I" Proposed to have some system which wI enable the army officers in the Philippines to employ natives fcr this menial work, but, of course, such a system would have to be authorized ' congress and would Involve the es- klNl. mnn I- 1 - . 1 i a. 6"ii i.-int i-uipa, regarding the necessity cf which as an item of justifiable military expense there is a difference of opinion in the - ,..r be obtained and greater contentment prevail. The Blight of Socialism in Australia. According to the Globe, the steadily Increasing number of departures from New South Wales and Victoria for Canada, South Africa, and even Great Britain, is beginning to awaken iJarm In the commonwealth. During the first fix months of the things, haB no place in Australia. The Xew South Walts Industrial arbitration ccurt and the yk-torian wage board.i each refuseu to recognize his existence. He must either join a trade union or starve. And this is a land capable of . supporting the whole of the European population several times over. November, 1K03. exports, $160,455,590. November, 1902, exports, $125,200,613. November, 1903. imports, $77,061, 80C. November, 1902, imports, $83,386,170. balance of trade In favor of the Un ited States, eleven months ending with November, 1903, $392,337,945; same, 1902, $337,733,647. (lold coin in the United States treas- Gold production this year, at least $75,000,000. which has been kept at home. (In addition we have imported gold during the eleven months of 1903 to the. amount of' nearly $10,000,000 net.) Total trade imports into the United States for six years ending with No vember, 1903. 5.0S2 millions; total tradi exports front the United States for six years ending .with November, 1903, 8.270 millions; balance of trade in fa vor of the Un'ted States in six years, 3.1SS millions. The United States produces more iron and steel than any other country in the world: it mines more eold; : raises the largest crops, and supplies Europe with most of its imported food stuffs. Trade returns, as shown by the bank clearings, are not unsatisfactory, in the face of evidence of this chnaracter. is it possible to believe that the United States, financially speaking. Is 'broke?'' The number of sick children sent to the hospitals for treatment is increasing each year. The hospital nurse is guided by the directions of the physician, and to no extent by the c hild's Improper demands.. Cradles and roc king chairs are barred. The child Ilea upon Its bed and is not picked and carried about under any circumstances. Relatives and visitors are not allow ed to poke its ribs, pinch its chin, nor transfer microbes to its lips. The original cost of the Suez canal j was J95.COO.OOO. Its depth was fcr many years maintameu at za ieei. in ms.y ii " - 111 in"'' ,lro:a min brought him h'M fir.-t ood depth of SI feet. ICS J fortune. The def?nse of this rr.in., four was dredged to a feet wide at the bottom, and 49 fe-t at the surface-. This brought Its cost to a little more than $100.00.1,000. lt net profits average 10 per cpnt a year. The first demonstration of the scien- tific- practicability of the eltctrlc c ur- rent fcr thu oroDulsion of street cars was made at Richmond. Va., but fifteen years ago. Today there are nearly one thousand systemf with more than twenty-five thousand miles of track. There Is much talk every year about "moving the crops" and freight car famines In the "granger" region. Yet fa.rm products are only one-ninth of the country's freight. Mines furnish more than half, forests, cne-fifth; fac tories, one-seventh. An Investigation of the great forest j fires of Ptptember. 1902. in AVashir.gton and Oregon, disclrpe9 a total loss ag gregating nearly $l.'i,0S0.O0O; most yoL the destruction was due to careless ness and might easily have b-en avoid ed. ANOTHER CHRISTMAS FOEM. The Imrr.ortals. Littlo Boy Blue will not wake froi.t his sleep Though kingdoms and nations g:-ovv o!d. And the wandering sheep of LIttl !!n Peep AYiil never ccme into their Add. And the cow will jump over the wan ing moon. AYhile princ es come and go. And the dish will elope wilh the will ing spoon. As long ns the rivers flow. The wonderful Jack will continue hack At the bean-stalk that grows in the! sky, And the ogre grim will run after him. AYhile nations rise and die. Yo'.inir Master Un-ncr ill cir l ' corner. i While dynantiea totter and fall. And poise on his thumb the delieat. plum That belongs to the best boy of all. And the man in the moon who de scended too soon. Will wander in vain o'er he lea, Whilo multitudes shout, and armies march out. And navies go down in the sea. Pretty Miss Muffet v.il! sit on he. tuffet. While lines of princesses reign. And the horrible spider will sit down beside her. And scare her again and again.' And Merry Old Cole, to the glee of his soul, Shall hold his wassail high, While trie kin?s of the earth, to the sounds of his mirth. Shall live and reign and di. The histories vain of the tr'.orie.s ,ve gain Will fade with the passing of time. Hut nothing can shake the thrones that we make For the gods of the nuvscrv rhyme. CHARLES W. THOMAX. r.elleville, III., ChrLstmas. 1303. o THE EXILED SHOEMAKER'S SON. In lS53a babe wa? born In a Chicago hov el into which the snow drifted and env ertd the floor." In 1S93 the babe thm born had become United States sena tor from N'.-braska, successful and honored, but with a name smirched by an Indictment for selling postnffUe ap pointments Th half century of S?na tor Dietrich's life comprises a romano.1 extraordinary in Its diversified ele ments of adventure rtnd achievement even In this land of opportunity. rMetrlch's father v.as a political ex ile from ttfrmany In the troubled times of ISjS. He esnap?d fr.m the fathMland In dlscnlse, reached Quebec after an ocean voyage In the sternge. support ed himself scantily by his trade there, and in St Louis and Chicago, whIl- hi- wife took in wa?hln. The birth of his Cherru Pectoral Doctors rarelv have hard colds. They keep this old cough 9 icuicuy in me nouse. ouens. rrtlrlc nront lnnn J.C.AyorCo - tunica. Lswell, nana " Which I Now Hold" The" man who wrote these words couldn't have expresse-d the sense of possession more forcibly. The holding was a paid up fifteen-payment life, fifteen-year rii-c-tribution policy in The Mutual Life Insurance Company cf New York and Mr. F.!e Walter, cf Clarkesville, Del., had just received a dividend of $19.98 in cash. Hi? was evidently very hap;y over it for he says (besides acknowledging the dividend) The r.ct o t f tl.c pa'.l -.ip ;f.'k-v of 1 (00 Ii 1 now tol.l. on which there ! e .nl me a -'i i ten.teaL-li j e.f. Ituri., the h.ii,.ice i-f nv lile. ,.Iilv Mtd.fti I t'T l-ture that T i.trtn l:,rh- hte a'x-ut mv (flkv i litat the l.-ner I live t'e i't"re I .-t. anl th.it -l.irtu the Uiuikc my lit- th-re I rl.'ihin n..re ir me In ay. Fum i:':H.it.i;loH L'tl.) A'cns, Aov. 21, In writing f r terms for a policy of this kind, stale what you would like to receive in cash at the end of limited payment period, amount you would like your bene ficiary to receive iu event of your death, and give your age. The Mutual Life Insurance Company op New York k';-::.'iu) K. McCc ::lv. PresiclvBt. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Manager. Phoenix, Ariz. Ron-fou;:-' 1dm still wrestling with djv orty. The son beccme a messenger boy at 9, a farm boy at 12, a h ir.lware clerk at lfi. and a bookkeeper at 10 Thre? y?ai later he was in th;: thick of nri venture I I til . , i. tt;i t . a . i i ' ' " luaiimg in a f'1,'" lt Irosetlnp with ill liii k- nil 11 he r -'rnici-v rf the Hi-h An- timf-s sustained wilh rifle and revolve:1 Htr.tlnst m.tr udin;; claim jumper:", constituted a s.fi it s uf exc iting ep!sole o f-M-t v hich would be thrilling even In fic'lloml mrrative. Mlimr. hnrikr. ;rr ei t.or, senator, th.- Fr.ow-hoin liabv whs now on the fiord ti,Je rf n eU,.0e?s lomautlc even for! Arnrt h-a. Th? regret Is that ihiripsi r corrupt ir.n sh'.uld taint It In its fullres!. New York AVortd. HEADACHE FROM COLDS. Laxative Brorro Quinine removes th cause. To et tre genuine, call for the full name. 2C,c. A Ray of Hopo. In a cur-ent rr.iodictil E'lt AA'heMer AA'ilc-OTt had a Tofr.i b.-slnnlnpr: "There is nothing that cannot be On that hypcthr-sls Ella's hibit of H vprpp writing- Is not incurable, anliW things nr? rc-nder d a freed d?al bright- er by fhnt thought. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Tiike LaTiitiv'S Brorro Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If It f;cils to cure. E. AA Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. Neither Beast Nor Hurran. Wrggli-f Thei's one thing ab ;ut art that has alwnys pursued me-. .'aggies Y'."!v." 'n that " Va?gl-:r Whi-r" thrve artist ; whf draw th fashion plate figures manage :o cct t'.i'-lr r.:o.1el?. "i he firut weathe--pro f and cla-sttc Rioi ng rr.aile. Positively tl e most duru'ile cn the market. Avoid Inft-r o untried materials 1 1 ,im cd to be "i he same." All such c-'alms me fplse. We alone mak-Kl-UEKOID KiiOl'I.M! Thr-re's nothing Io t;-L"n;?-:.V..ll ' ' Vl'ij TbeStandarfiPaint Co New York. Chlcato. Is Angeles Agents: Blake, Moffitt &. Tcwns 242-lMS S. Lcs Angeles. Nloney to Loan at Low Rates For buIMinj or on Improved city projierty. State Mutual Building; & Loan Ass&ciatia? Of Los Angeles, Cal. If yon w-Rtit n Jomi call on our rjpiit, E. w. I'ASCdK. I tl N. Outer H.. Hlioi-liix. J. ERNEST WALKER. Phoenl?'. Good Tarnonti. Good Saddle Horses. DUBLIN CORRAL. LIVERY AND SALE STAELE. A. V. VAN D0RIN, Proprietor. Tel. Red 153. 19 E. Jefferson St. VE HAVE A in 50 acres improved arid wall watered tract within -h mile ot Indian Schoai. An investigation will verify what we sa-. Two impioved 10 acre tracts on Center street. A good in vestment. vSoiec bargains in city prop- ALLEN & WILSON 47 NORTH CENTER. : 1 Standard for 12 Years h mm to M.Ln'.a MM SIMP Yavapai Oil and Development Co. JEIIOME, ARIZONA. Send for Prospectus. OiTFICKRS AND DIRECTORS J. C. Ilaskett, President, Jerome: F. L. Wricht. Vice-President. Prescott: J. S. Waughtel, Secretary, Jerome; Jas. Page, Treasurer, Jei-ome; "V. J. Mul venon. Director, Prescott. Branch Office, Room 18, Head Block, Prcseott. The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Strictly HirttuCiuaH. (tilcU Service Hpeclnl Dinner or Hunday 39 North Pirst Avenue Phoenix, Arizona For meals that tempt the palate go to j. E7?e ENGLISH KITCHEN We serve fresh and daintily cooked meats and poul- J f try and all delicacies the market affords. The American KitcHeti Onv NortH Center Street. EVERYTHING, Tables, Linen, Dishes, Stores, EVERYTHING New. New cooks here the best In the west. My aim will be to conduct the cleanest and best restaurant in Arizona. Loxes 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 stanc' 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. Southern California Advertisements LOS ANGELES PREFERRED L Tfu- purpose of th!? column l. to supply the Arironn p'Tolio with tlie names and addressr-s of thoioulily relinMe l. as An.srcis stnbliufiments. The list will t.f found iartio.l:iriy vabial'b tu those visiilrjf llie f'jast. In dealiruir with Itc publican advilisns ! sure to if'.l ihem where you saw the advertisement. They will appreciat? lt and so will The ltcpuhlicnn. BOOTS AND SHOES. REGAL SHOES by Mail. I.T5 l'f-r a;r. exrre-s vrc-nald. 1.V) styles i f.ir MI-:N AND WI I.M KX. 144 8 7es i-n l i v.i'kt-K, one price. Kl'rt-s. Tannery In -oi Kilmer, i auiio' nnu st-u rn-asiirt nir-ul I. Links on ;.o.Jt:il miucst. l.s An-irh-s store AV. Third St., rn-ar Broad way. A. S. Vandcirrif, Manut-i-r. BARRELS AND TANKS. T.os Ant-les Coopcra.?- Co. Tanks, bar rels and Kot;s. Write for prices. EUSINESS COLLECES. 953 w. ?jist.. Lo.Anceies.cai. S'camore Grove Nurseries Departments: Bookkeeping. Short- J- J. K. Saint, Prop.. 45S4 Pasadena Ave k 1 riii.. T.- .r.tv. Vi.iich nue, l.os Angeli-s. aClilornia. . c.rsp..,. .-,...o. . -- i luiii. X ti uii ..n .juiu-'i in tu. city that has rect'eatlon ground's. Send for catalogue. F. EROViTfSBERGER. Principal. I.OS ANGELKS. CALIFORNIA. ! Tlic-ough courses, high-grade work,1 r'RlVATFMlOME for ladles during con aour.dant teaching force, now and It-- fin-metit. Hest of care. Homes found for K:iL coilog" b-jil iitig. Thousands of fiic- children. Airs. Dr. C. E. Smith. 71T7 Belle-c-f-fsfid graduates. The place to go. Write vue Ave. itr conoge jr urnrd Ii. K. ISAACS. I'rc-sdent. CARPETS AND RUGS. T. KlLLTNtJTON CO., C12-31I S. ltrca 1 wav. Curtains, draperies. Chira ard Ja pan mattings. All kinds of tloor covc-r- inr.s. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. Hummel Pros. & Co., llfi-US K. Second St. Carefully selected help. ; MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC. . i WKSTKRN HVJN WORKS, !)0.-&2S N. 1 Miin St., manufact'rs cr.ide ell r-nglnes and pumps. Complete irrigating plants. VULCAN IRON WORKS, 917-913 N. M.nn St., manfrs. stamp mills, ore crush ers, well tools. General machine work. PIANO Pianos, Orcjans, Talking Machines, Band and Small Instruments EVERYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE, FROM A 10c WHISTLE TO A PIPE ORGAN. LOVEST PRICES, EASIEST TERMS. OCR ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALES. 1 SALE CLOSES JANUARY 5, 1904 11 ou -want a particular make rurc-hasins elsewhere. "We sell the any other dealer. Let U8 prove it Redewiil Music Co,, Phoenix, Ariz, i "gggfrnaBiLMi JiUaaeasmg VXBjmwaimJy j t-';-.-fj X. ... , . ... r . . ) : ' - sA 3 i V4 vlr fo'j-&i:-y-';rr kf$i VALUABLE XMAS PRESENTS For an accejitnble pr sent ym run find noi hliiR nit-c-r i hn iresn nuit fun) or file l ig at I'roia .25 to fij.OU. Phoer.it Trurk Factory, t;!3 West Vaf.liiPBon Street Old Trunk" tnlce-ii iu ezc-liuiige. Phone Ktd 3M. cST. POULTRY SUPPLIES. i UKNItY AT.liKKS. Ml.'i S. llain S". T.r:;--t joiiitry supply house in U. S. Send fur :"rt-! catalcue. NURSERY STOCK. The Vernon Nursey. 4524 Central ne.. I.os Ar.seles. 4O'.:,000 trees. Iit--cidrous fruit ;uid nut trees a sp'.-cialtv. Write for price- hat. A. YAItXKLl, propr. Largest stock of trees in the West. Eucalyptus, Acacias, IVppers, Cypress, etc. I aPtis. shrul-s and fruit trees of ev ery (ii-M-i iplion. Catalogues free. -pecial attention pivc-n to Arizona or- l'nlm nurseries. Established palms a Fpo ialty. EDWARD II. RUST, tl rower of palms, roses, ferns, etc., orange, lemon and deciduous trees. House and porch decorations. 4.1 South Drondway, Ios Angeles. Nurseries, Bank street, IVradenn. S AN ATORIU MS. l:I.UR!) PULMONARY SANATOR IUM, Pasadena. Cal., Dr. W. H. Rallard. Mi-'li.-ul lJirwtor. W rite for Booklet. OPTICAL GOODS. ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Optical Goods and Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles, Cal., 126 S. Spring St. Puuse: Tel. Main 1042. Home Tel. 1042 PATENTS. PATKNTS. Copyrights, trade-marks, Lnhels, U. S. and Foreign. Infringement suits prosecuted and defended. Town send liros.. IJradbury llk.. Los Aneeles. Cal. VA TEN TS Hazard & Harpham. Los Angeles. Send for free book on patents. Kodaks and Photo Supplies, ART PICTURES AMD FRAMING. We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging. Mail 0rdej3 Given Prompt Attention. Send for Catalogue. rlOWLAN!) & CO. 2,3 AR.GAINS of instrument, get our prices before snme--nrtlcle for less money than to yon. Vour tonus are ours. PRESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. ft Qtel BurRe AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, AP.IZONA. 105 rooms. All modern conveniences. A strictly fiist-class and modern hotel. Fample rooms for commercial men. l-l"h-l-ti"K""H"H"ll"H"H-ll'llt ! Bashford - Burmister i t Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL f t DEALERS IN Y Genera Merchandise Prescott, Arizona. WE CARRY FULL LINES OF EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A BIG STORE. WE DO A BIG BUSINESS, B-T CAN DO MORE. When in Prescott it vill please j us to have you call and get X ', acquainted. 4 IU'-l.JUJ.X.t, l,,ti,i,t.,t. t. t t. t. t t t. t. t .t t. THE PALACE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Str'ctly on the European plan. Room by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rcoms in the south wesv. BROW, SMI IB & BLLUJER, . Proprietors. . .....THE HOFFMAN fVfRYTHIMG HRST CLASS Michlol Beer oik Draught HIItSCHIEiD. PERKINS & GI8S0N Proprietors ....THE PALACE.... ? HIRScHILtD & PtRKlNS, Proya. V Imported and Domestic Wine Liquors and Gqrs Pboenlz ATlfona MESA HOTEL -No flvk taken. The comforts of visi tors made u specialty. Fted and livery m connection. Fre bus lo hotel. Ceo. SchornlcU, Prop. MESA, ARIZONA. 12 LOTS On East Washington Street. $130 Each. $10 cash, $10.00 per month. No interest. No taxes. 150 LOTS In Irvine Addition from $35 to S100 each. $2.00 to $5.00 per month buyTow. R. II. GREENE, 42 N. Centnr St. ScoU's Sanlal-Pepsin Capsules A POSITIVE CURE For Inflammation or Catarrh of the Bladder and Diseased Kidneys. No cure no par. Cures quickly aud Perma nently the worst cases of Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no rua::er ot how long stand Ing. Absolutely harmless. Bold by druggists. Price, Sl.tX), or by mail, postpaid. iuu, aDoxesfz.Yo. &X'tKri Tne SABTAl-PEFSIH Cu., TOOIl U A N 'tf out RHtPT . (llP!Wr I T fTT T THE BEST 5 CENTS WORTH YOU EVER CAN BUY IS A LOAF OF -5-t t 5 PHOENIX BAKERY z f. t 4 BREAD f We Deliver Your Orders. Just ' 'PHONE US. X f Phoenix Bakery and Confectionery! LDWARO ElStlt, Prop. 7 West Washington Street EstaSlistisJ 1831 Phone 831 X aim Lodge North Center .Street 2 Miles in Country. Open October 15 To June 1st. Dr. EL fi. vStone Superintendent.