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THE ARIZONA l;ni-Cr.I,IOAX FIIHIAY MOKSKfl, JUNIi lO, 1904
ANNUAL
PRE INVENTORY SALE
Bargains iu every deparlmcut
AT
DAVIDSON'S
CASH STORE.
XDMIIHailHillHW
Fii: lonji scallop lheadkr. ives. worth
:.- 10c
Pint M.im'ii J. us. ht do 60c
i.m.u t Mason jars, per !. 732
Half R.iliou Ma-on ja's, per do.. . .$1.00
piiiikiia; th.sst-s wi:h covers to use
as j . , y glasses. jer doz 45c
Thomas' l. i. k i::k. worth U'c 5c
. tc fancy l.iTiij'S at L'ii per cel'.t off.
Plain whit-- dinner plates. ',jer Set
-if si DOc
.V I lUli'T w !: ; I a, lhvby's shoe polish,
v oith lvc 5c
K.if.n-.'H Us' 1 la iniiioi ks ! Hammocks!
V.Miy beauties at bargains.
of ILoc&i
Interest.
0;.k f-reek U a para H?e for t'" m;. ' r rrr "Pi V? T
with the r.y. He .:n,,ht bisiK'i, of . JfcQjfi
fsh oa!a -.1 hims-'!: fill of yron.l , v -r
CLOTHES
THE HEAlHCR
Local Daily Weather Report for The
Arizona Republican.
Fore.-a-u for to, lay: Fair
Data for 24 liours ending S p. m. yesterday:
POLICE COURT. There wei- tb-t
A ft- of oar lame size Standard
Wickless Flue Flame Oil Stoves at L.,s,s in peine court --t..'day
pi'''.'tiv re.l.i d price.-;, positively no i :, ,,r ,,.,t o," bad v. hiskev and each
second ha. id ;.nd this reduction applies
Tempersture Departure Persrtnre
t-luca since
1st of Mouth Jan. 1, 19C4
MI1N KORUlL
82 F' -t " 4 -"2
FOR HER
Maximum temperature It'O. minimum
health and sunshiny climate hi t'-e d.iv
time, era u li::.' ttndr two in- 'rs of
blanket:' !. c;i at ni--ht. Y.h!!e he
lis: f i ee Iu : .1 m t that tiii J ia :1 ibdiirh?-
I fal nii'ilir.iv liir.nte. he (unttiuls that I
it Is not the en dast p!a e in the world,
iiitimatimi that at various times it has
been made 'v-'ty hot for hii l here.
AN INSANE CIRl.. (' unpiain; v.-as
n ado to the siieiiff's oll'ce y c.'toiihiy by
persons livii.jr on North Second avenue
of a frii! i:i th::t neisjl lioraood. 'i ney
b' ii.'Va ihat s:i" was ins. in.' :iud a
l .i::.t to-l!:.' ir i 'r!: ' ' e hood, j-;lie was
in ao !-..-.!-it i.' I. iva.-.- rin! !ii a and
ii id i :v: oia i"r liirr ii!..' ! c.i'e. mediocre merchant tailoring, when you
iu-pipy She.ij Dr. ..can m .e;t to can have, at a reasonable price, ready
see :i ' .".'.it lie f.inn.! thai tiie f.bl f or-service apparel,
v. 'is livid-.' ith li-r fi.tlit . a tnati by
th.e ramc of ! i'.ii'.-'r. and tii.it i-'iie wan;
iir epib-i.ti.. i.ai.- in-' father . j Ecjuol in Every De
an.! sal! tiiit lc did not think h's
hftarhter Ma-- i-a-ane bat he was -.vi!;- '. td. to ITir5 CtlStOm
, WHY waste money, time and pa
tience, on ordinary rr.ady-mndes and
Talliing'
MACHINES
Just the thing for summer amuse
ment. If you own a Victor you
can hear grand opera on your
lawn during the long summer
evenings. Nothing sounds better
than a Victor out of doors.
$15 to $65
Sold on installments, only $2 down
Ca'.l and g.'t our record exchange proposition.
E. L,.. ANDREWS St SON.
IIodaKs. Sporting Goods. Bicycles.
lriniidity !G n.r
temperature 6".
Average relilii
i eat.
Total precipitation. 0.
Character- of th" day Ciear.
XI. K. Iil.YSTOXE.
Section Director.
i:if- to have I'
eV.'llllil'.ed. lie a ;"e-"l
the in ill t!ii.
-i Made.
if
to brinir 1 ei i
nio: niii;;.
ELECTftiC LIGHT AND POWER
TROUBLES
Kl'.Cl !Oi. -!.:!: is 11 1'. Ma.- il O'.mi .-liar-' p-rc- n M, ,KI. i: a uffiffi.nt mia:-- fi
Chocnix I.i'at .tc ; "ALFRED BEN J AM EN" or EFF Jj
H
to
ln-Jt d ron t !
Th
i oa.p.iiiy d.",i -nds fur
ua" I 0 (y Ainn i?i o i- ii 1 onl- if nur 1 1 rl I - ; ' cii?t-c T .- nriwc rn'?11 rnnh'nnn ti11 all ' nr.' crlr1 rvnf
antee of supfricr quality, in ail toe ; ' i
its poer on two water iuw er sia'iO-i-
er.cer.tia! s cf cisthes-excellence.
i !o "lie
t
A 1 i.-n.i c r.i' : bet
E r n r I to fine custom-made in all but 1 i.
TvVe beg to announce to cur patrons who have so generously supported us during
oii'y to tie' ;.ili:t
s..e:
"" ' " ' ilesi. til
A S T FOR VUKLi.-Slli '.'IS I . ... ,
i i !,.,. .. .....i. ).in.. ttt An ! i - 1 ' "' ' : l . ' . : '
til in : V .i.'iiirt, w in in .".lil.i...l J. TV ' i , i .. A . , ... .... 1 ,
, ,. ... ,.. ' "evnii 11. oi.-iiei .-.in. .-.-.. '. t!'..' 1'iM-r. 'I
' -" l" ' I t I -- iii, ...... :.r.,iiKl Sarah . '!.- .
an . . . . . . i -. . i . i I i t. . nm.-o irmn :.. . r ? ; ii I
(source power I nese power r.ouves at pr.ee. l.e makers sarar.tce. sr.-i M ae SCISOU t iiat WC are UOW : S il OWing U niliO lfl great prOIUSlOU in ail ineir
I I. .'m:i' i'i-. :.!,. i c a i t i li- ..... . . .. .:il i. -..'- -. ! . .
' .curs win ev-iv i ;t ti. l u cx-.fc
einir. oi com e. c ae to ji... I . . ,. . , . .. . i!-' "PTiSllU
&.Lll:.: u.sli ilu il i 5 iri ian. til.
ri. on fur dixoiie oi. t'ti frio'ind "t
ab..ndun!iiei:t.
BACK FROM JEROME
iiirenc'.
Mere oi" water in
:i jirovide fc- li a . 011
ii'cli was not iiiiforeseen.
the i..!ep :!iv . :ii!y la.'t fail !u ii.ui liy
cr,, :st ruct i-hi i f a iirs! -t js a:. 1 !.;-
t" ste'l'll pi .1.1. il..' I.e t and ,i. of
PRIC
V.U1UUIUL tl Li i-l O i " .
.1 i o'Keel'e returned yesterday niornia-r tie- ...n.-i inmoMaat p.-.it.s of v.iii.li. u . .T? OA T ( -a U Ci O-O
ammunition, li a r d w a r c . ,,, .,,,..,, v.,,,,. f.. ;:,0 ,..,.,,.. ,;,,. s.t.,;; tI!i v.,,;, ,0-L5uu LU s?OuUJ
crocker', stationar-, cutlery, : fe days on bu-i. e-s.
silverware, lamps, 'glassware, I :l!ri
kitchen utensils, Moore s
tcel Ranges, best bakers
ever built in 32 patterns,
from 5-'n to 5)7."U.
He -ay.-. e ei y- ; c.'ivi ! a!.. lit a iiaaith :.. : ia- waii-i
smoothly, but ! time force oi" sLiiied er.'.-ii:. . ; s of j
General lii.-. trie cotnp ::' froai lii;
A SURVEY APPROVED. Th.- n:i..v ,S.-:..n ; w oiks las ;,. i i. er - ;
nt the sur"or 'Jteiietal eM erda y n;i- , llf-i tin- p.i... hine. A .''lion trial ran w : (
proved n.itn ral su-v No. 1 Wa '1- j -a. la by i ri .a . a ae las t n i rh l. a nd i a , 'f'WJsP TH? T T 0, ' '
.i .
Th
ie bcutv and freshness.
jjl Owiug to our large sales wc have no left-overs or shop-worn stock, but display
only new creations which exemplify the highest art in milliner'.
.IIS i V . . 1 S 1 J-A ! B 5 .6.3 V 9hk ii. &SIfl . i!
MILLINER.Y. 8ECOXsrD.A?.a8iHI,iaToar 8TS- TAILORING.
"S'iSTJ
3 C
ininin-i di-:r:. t. Mol-ave o-.mty. . a u.i.vs i' i.s exp -.;. i to !. ;a sii.
la .eiar.ts are ( . !". Kii. n.-cr a :vl . eessful opei'atioa. v.h.ii i i . I c ri pi ie"
T. . .1.17 I-.
Davidson's;;
Telephone Red 303
A. .'. Lake, of .M in
EPWO
ii:-' Ii;
iiar.h
of M . X
iar.it .ual power ti-r-
:S 0 V
u i . : ... ; fc-.J,
We Correct All Eye Defects
That May Cause Keadaclm
tin
: 1 I .
. a; '! i i r t .f
ie ou siucji.: ii.i-
..f .he !..-ad. !ies th::t
I-
U lie.id.i. lO'.
S.'i- ..IT l'.'11'l.l. U".
. ::'-; !.-:.: h-.. ia. he.
Top- d' .! -IP'... I h".oia, ic.
I , .. ,t - f-th'-ine 'd lieada-die.
i . i : i ir hea '..o i.e.
.'. h i . : rr ha -a da die.
J. .chair head. c I.e.
111 ! f li -ad.e le-.
DR. MUNSON
IIS W. Washington St.
COMFORTABLE
FEET
A i c f.-.-t . ., n 1 lead" so and
.e I so I v du :'t,: k a hf.le Inl-
pe.-i.i.i i'oo- I'liV ! !' ill the lOe4
i a. !i iiac : i : . .ir. It je . :' s ft i -t
ai.'il bs .- e- i- pi'i-paa-
i t ,.'.i : i la I - '.'. let . i.n.J
. ... p i t.d av If ' ...ir f." t it 'a.
.i i , . c I.: . -! . . ; ... i,-y i , i . : ;.. !
1'.. .a I'owd.':'. I. o.l are l,ot
v. j'.: . v. a..! to re
t ', :: .. . i, .... . I't a e L'.'.c.
GOODMAN'S
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
Cor. Wachington and Cntr 8t.
Phcenix, A. T.
E VIRGINIAN,"
"Tli
HI
IJy Owen Wister
One f the best Western
.stories ever published. Paper
edition just received by
The
Phoenix Stationery
(El News Co.
Only 2.1c each.
l)c extra for postage if to be
sent by mail.
THE PHOENIX
Stationery & News Co.
10 nd 12 W. Washington St.
Tel. MtlD 297.
"- " i 'jroccrs
t to-
their fiieid- with, tiiein. ",. lines wid;
P.. t n.o e,l aft. r th- : ;.a - meetitr;. j
A YOUTHFUL FELON. - n :
Vi.nce. yo-.in n.."n of Mcc'i, wis!
bioulu to the lO'irtv ji.il y c ; t . ri! i y. !
havin? been le! 1 to tie- fraiid i iry ti
.Tasti.e I'omei. y of that pi.iiie
b..i irl.nw . Ine! r-al! on-;n; t T"d tO'T'thoT.
th.-ie liUI'Ltl.i I IeS He Is it very yo
in. in and recently start-d on a rnn-iivu
Mar b-it h" -.is im'-r v.?rv fast v. hea
!:. a :.!!;:! brought up. ' for thi.t.
COMING TODAY.-.'.:.. ! H. New -il '
:- cv; . t- d to a:: ie tills niori.inr fror.i :
Mtr- '"ity and ' iil h.ave a (easy da;, i i
Schil!i"'j's D 'st end
.1
'.'CDil I)
V 7:-.;e.-;,d ,. ,:. ;,, (r l . tin to bny a fine home at a j f 'V 1
XIarMnMcnne. Ih N. I'irM n ve- " '"' :' 1 ' . . t) , ( 1 -AVi- ! 'ffnftX
he lea.irucrs aie baited to In Inr , - - - S 'Tp s.-ver;:'. .0! residince-. w ilh one, two , ti.'-JV 1 iC'ri'A l
4 Vf U J V ClvUll ! three. ,ive or ten acrs I V, .,1;
j II v w v f w,.;i i;,,,, ,-oved land to each place. 5 !il . b V i t ' -': 'l N If r" V
n are exetptional bar- I n hJS'-.Vy- ;, ' -T
sim-a.,! to Lo fu'ua-.' D A l II A I lN 5 g
4 TT
f and soii.e of them
1
There's miglity ood reason j
ti
An entire block of l-bxljy2 1 1 1
I BELIEVE
I h'lve the best bargain In the valley
on a -P1 or GO acre improved ranch or
.0 to tee) aerea of uuimi)roeJ land. ,
YOU CAN
Gooier;
Refrigerators,
Ice Cream
Freezers,
GO
fett lot3 within six blocks jf Ji
Vashington and Center streets
. 'Vh:,oard NORMAL MAGAZINE. l for $2r.C0 if taken at once. Tiv,
- ... ' . . ,-. . The Norma! ..la laz.iie. the ann'! il J ... .
tieti.ors wi,l i.-:,,er with him at 11 r , ; ( ( ... (j t. ,( .... j s fj is like giving them away out i-J ,
01 loci:. Per a co re o hours sifter t. .V- iT- ' -. ' . .... fj
...... , ,. , , ,,. , v ... . .. s 1,1 1 .ee a pic e or 3 for f they must be sold. j . ,
1. VI .Hi,., 1. he be b, ...... 2 f,. JJ ,. ' Li tO I
h are!.,.!.;, r d :v Wi.f r Vr v? as- j : f jty.
riot rri's it if yon purchase any of the
.-j .i.,ove p aces at uie prie lliey can te
seeuieu lor now.
TALBOT & HUBBARD'S
HARDWARE STORE
.i.-r 1 :s j ; n
i i itio,, at the a-), lati- n )'!.. THROUGH SLEEP2R TO ST. LOUIS,
I...:. r 111 tie- .'.ay he v. iil p'-'dianly rnet i Our nest throncli M--p. r for St. f.
.1. 1 . .. M
li. c, . ... - ..ia 1.1 in- fir....!, ( j.nuis leaves nornaiir ot jane
then w ill b-- a rT,"-:r. rec-ptien In; j, j I.AN'idS.
hi;: hoiinr at t!a- Hotel Ad-iris. j flcla tal Acel.t S. 1". & I.
DOG CATCHING SEASON. Thai
'itv a.-theritie.; Piiv,. 2;v. notice that1 Xow tI;e tilr-" t,J f--,v" 'oiir I'l-'ta
the ,,,lc M i-cii opens in this c.tv to l 'V. i1'1-'1 "d r'-sr it !. 1 1 eil for the s ummer.
MONEY
loan on first cla"s reai estate secur-
S. VV. Hamilton prcfes:i'rnii Tuner.
Orders e-ft f.t fiedwiil's or Fountain
T!.- taa liiim v. ill i.e-iii e.ii'iy t'r.'J !
rroi i.ai-'. Tho-c .v.., ha:- .'n;-; thev!
.'e-ire to s v. o ild do we.l to hii.r-Uiiiy SJore v. ill receive his prompt al
ia 'n.i.-.s sacks, the books of whi'I are
open at the ot'ice of the .ity hss-S'or
Ml:.' e'.-.i'!'. lo t IV colle.-T'l!
Ffas.i.i l.ei;i.M a little e.
! tent ion.
Pir. Win Wvlie. forreertv r.f I'lir.f.iiir i
I"he ! f f,.ig assoi intefl himself wit'a Dr. lie- W
r than,-..,,,.. ..... ... :. ... ,: . .. ,. ' t
t . ... i in ei;.i. a 1:1 i.:e- jiai. tie' o i n e-. . 1 - -1
$1,000 buys a four-room house H
with frame kitchen, bath screen R av you to rrll on me before purchas-
Ij h IT elsewhere,
poclt end porch all the way Ej :
around the house with two 50- r' r,rr of P'J ,an'1 ",1,1pr "ucye
Fj ciinal .".0 acres in cultivation, including
ft. lots; nice l.iwn, shade and jJ , 4n ini. hes of w ater, Ji.'.Pj').
'j uiaf.r. TI- on ulnn !
- n
Authorized Agents for Liquo
zone, the Germ Destroyer.
worth 31'00. Investigate.
S. A. Spaplding
BRISLEY DRUG COMPANY.
' "" "-na o, u.c,,;,,, all,; r-rv in ti.e itv of I.o.s 1 U I I A I U m D RA t ,
"- '-.'.e bIotk unt:, .Iuly jsl u,t., iM th, Hen-' 2 t-yunuii u wy R
l.ced- h- n o.a ;-. man bail, id. e at th.. i,,"h. i- of .v.,!rt. ' ! I H rs
KLOTZBACH. PHELPS.- Oeor':ll:a ,ri,i?. thereafter. R2 EStd!?, I H S 'J T P. C S , LC2HS TEn2IZ
t.- .e-a, , , ,. ,i m,. . ,...1, in ..!,.- I kd ' l! ! f! P
r: : .-i.-.l I.-.-1 . .-. k ii. v.-w- V.-li .it-.- I Kasterlins & V.'h.'i'.iev h,ivn moved M AX North Center St met. li ii rMAlA7fSn.fi 0. Ilf nilrtMii i I
Ti- cc,....,.v ...ls pe.f, in u,.. from Adams and First streets to I .. M fi i-1 -I 5- U U I V ( 1 1 li CL Cfj Si 1 1 1 1 it -j 1 ,'j
"i ,iii,,.i, i.,,..,,.i ii... their !;.. lied.-rt .' -. t.i, "i:'..; -" " f
ys? 4-'r"'
he-el. ,i: I.- ,'a'i. ,!.-. by ill - p.. tronne i West Washington, formerly comi'i.
of .' '. ik ai d r.th rs who are not I ''' A. J. E.-adley. Tel. Main S 1.
pi i n.a :.-i ti'. a.ichoicd to tie- citv. anil . ,
r,v ,)... t.'i i . a ac! t n i - ..: ,
..... ... J... . ... ...........
. i '.".ir-ir-r-. r 'ffi".i-v ti"!1 v. f".-.
O.e.,. XI r. Klotzba. h is the ,.-of...-si,.n..l A TRADE TOPICS i
tr..."e- ia clia.rqe of W. i ' Ireci.e'i; '
ta'd.- and w ao I - ine c i
wi:!i a i;-.e ?tri i.j? of !ioises. The bride Women and girls who Hive wen uii
is :i:a. v.' il know o !.. I'lio-niv and lett fortunato and are in need cf a hcm j
h(.:e t . thi- e . ei-k-- ao. i and friends can f.nd them by adrese
RAILROAD INSPECTION. rr.--- ' lnJ Crlttenton Home, Klhlnd a.ddl
EABS
ii i t
Undertakers 1
Hi
Successors to
i'kiit (. M. .Murphy of th" Santa J-'e
I'.e . on ai.d i-lio -n-j. 1 lilroiai. F. I;.
K'-nna. tost i-e president of ti'.e
At' liisoli I'opeKa .-'act., Fe. Mow cil
Jon... I., 1,1 , oii.ii. loner of tiie .'-an.;
wt. :n. W. A. Drak- and M. O. .-tor
ol th F. I. I '. passed UnaUKh tie
i; .v-si.-i-day oi. an io-pe. tion of the
I'iioeiav lia-leiii. They wci.l ova
the hi," to v. ithi.i a laile of I )adie ;d(..
Tae p'tu returne.l la-; u,t;ht as far ;..s
- . w ti re Xies-r s. K'-r-ria. .Murphy,
T ;a a aid hi-.ll... stopped. Tr.ey will
';.. 'o Phoenix tiii:-: ciOinin. Mr.
Store,- ( ,..e,. i:, i,sl nii-ie.
FISHING VA5 GOOD. Hon. ; !. A.
Hi.'ilii iciniiied (stei'day moinina;
ft oni a twi weeks' trip iu northern
.Vizoua. i, ,ost of his time having b.-.-a
ie-oted to trout fishing on Oak eie.-k.
Mr. Smith i loohia weil and says that
tion. Phoenix, Arlzo.'
S'lrans' ts in I'hoeniv. it will pay you
to look up Iiowd's. the little drusr store
w it!) the little p: i.-es. opera h.O'-se b!o k.
rv
vr-
A. T. BRADLEY. M k
2IG VY. Vashinston St. ri V.
, i. .mmf j rrivriB iviam (jt, t j
- ' 3 Lady attendant. j
STRONGEST SURETY COMPANY IN THE WORLD,
SURETY BONDS.
j Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Maryland h
;i IF YOU WANT A EON D
A United States, State County or Municipal Official; Officer of a
Fraternsl Society; Employee of a Bank, Corporation, .Mercantile Estab
lishment, Executor, Trustee, Guardian, Administrator, Receiver, As
signee, in Replevin, Appeal or Attachment Cases; as Contractor, or for
any other purpose. We will furnish it.
E. J. BEMNITT,
NORTH CENTER STREET.
ii
J
M. Fo'tr.tain, teacher of mandolin,
puitcr, violin and all instruments.
I Studii at Fountain Music t'tore. 21
Fast Washington pL
TO THE COAS1
Get tiie
Siabit
of sending to us for Litho
graph Stock certificate Seals,
stock books and
Everything for
lire Office
Conuneiaii! Tiles, lay .Tun" 7th and
thereafter every Tuesday and K-'itur-day
a through Fullnian drawlns: roo-n
'leeidajf car will run from Phoenix to
J..ns Aiig"!es without change. Only
.ee'.entetn liours 201) miles the shortest
toute.
M. O. IUCKXFFF. Agent.
P" ' : ' -'-
-"A
n
No Name Hats
Kvery color and size under the sun.
A jfre.'it vari. ly of J.:i jsli i beads. We
have added to our stm I; re.-entiy and
now have every thing that you tan poii
sibiy want.
Cor. Kceond avenue and JeiTerson
streets, opposite court house pla.a.
The H. H. McNeil Go
Phoenix, Ariz.
THE ONLY HAT ON THE S
MARKET WHICH HAS NO g
HIGH SOUNDING NAME, g
MANY HATTERS DEPEND jjjj
icu h.uon w i i n u iimi.i.
AND NOT ENOUGH ON THE
GUALITY TO WIN CUSTO
MERS. THE PEOPLE WHO
MAKE "NO NAME HATS"'
DOES NOT GIVE A FIG FDR
THE NAME. THEIR HOBBY !S
8 STYLE AND QUALITY. THE
I STYLE IS ALL RIGHT AND
3 THE QUALITY IS SO GOOD
THAT STETSON ISSUED A
CIRCULAR INFORMING THE
PUELIC THAT HE DID NOT
3 MAKE NO NAME HATS.
Furnishings Exclusively.
The FvlcDougall
& Cassou Co.
Your's for good board and Tine
place to sleep, well screened roof
and porches. Opt li throughout the
summer.
HE NOBDBAOH
42 S. Second ave., Mrs. E. li.
Allen, Prop.
GRISW0LD, Sara.
Is Arizona agent for the Racycl. the
6est and easiest riding wheel on earth.
Keeps the largest Btock of Tires and
eundrle. Most complete repair hop In
! ih tltjr. No. 7 and. 9 S. First aienuti.
r-J. PORTER., i
s3!idl8 and Harness Go.
v.
'vi):.v ""-'-v fil-:i:'
I : .i. i, ,e...-( . .. -.. . .. .
t. -. i ..'..::. A ai
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
A nice 4 -room brick house with two lots in Montgomery addition,
house has screen rooms, b.nh, summer kitchen, lawn, plenty of shade,
can be used for two families. J
PRICE ONLY $800.00 if taken at once, ONLY $000.00 down, balance oil
very easy terms. j
BIGGEST BARGAIN IN TOWN
iH; 'KifjX
1 ' ..v.. V
J. ",,iii'
1 r ; -e .
- 1 ;
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J. Ernest WalR.er,
Ical E.statc, Loans and Insurance
OP?05rfE 1.1A ? Aro Phone M.In SO
5 THE VALLEY BANK
142 EAST WASHINGTON.
For our male of Arizona Styles of
oaaoics, tirinies, ui.s ana opurs. .
Promot attention to mad order.
OP I'ltOKNIX
Capital, $100,000.
Surplus, $25,000.
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dAS. NEWLANDS, JR., PRESIDENT.
E. J. BENNITT, VICE PRESIDENT.
W. D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.
LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER.
General banking business transacted. Exchange Issued on all
Important cities of the world.
DIRECTORS Jas. Newlands Jr., E. J. Bennitt, J. C. Kirkpatrick, J.
C. Wasson, Jos. S. Fifield, Lloyd B. Christy, Ezra W. Thayer.
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118 !f. tnr St.
Tel. Wn 71.
Mohn & Dorris,
Undertakers and Emhalmeri.
LADT ATTENDANT.
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Deposits, $500,000.00
Ampls Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business.
The National Bank of Arizona.
Emit GanB, PrOKidnt.
8. Obcrlelder, Cashier.
Pol. Ixwln, Vleo-Prenlrtent.
J. J. Sweeney, Abb'U Cashier.
Oct Ono of Otir LSttlo Homo Safes,

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