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IHE ARllZOXA HErUBl.ICAX, TUESDAY MORNING, JUE 28, 1904 'my,.. 'TirgJ SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE FranK W. Griffen Hog and stock fence, -. electric welded stays no twisted wires to slip, solid as a board fence, the newest fence invention of the age. , Send for booklet that teljs you all about "The Weld That Held" Tempe Hardware & Supply Go,, TEMP3, ARIZONA. TEMPE A IVAN IN TROUELE. Mike Lawler came to Tempe from rrescn-tt Saturday :ir.d it is likely that he will not forg?t the experience that he h:is h':J here for some time t3 come. When he left ".io,-ni Saturday he toott ii rig from a stable there sayin that he wa! go-ins to Alhnmbrn. Whten he ar rived heie he put the rig in Murphy's stable and after rupper came back to the barn and said he wished to slay in town for six days and would p-y th"i biil in advance. He had no casli witli him but did Mr. Murphy have a check licok? He did and Mr. Lawler drew a chock on the Valley bank for $10.50. Paying the feed bill and taking J10 to do him over Sunday as the bunks weio closed here at that time Saturday. Mr. Murphy's suspicions were aroused by Mr. Laird who reeog-ilzed in Mr. Lawler thr person who had lad him a merry chase after a bill about eicrht years ago. Mr. Murphy's fears were strengthened by the appoaianee, Sunday morning of two men from PVienix. who af:or le irr.ing by phone rhat their rig was hrrc, came over al'ter it. Mr. Murphy then telephom-d to TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. ATTENTION ! POULTRY AND STOCK RAISERS Use Royal Poultry Mixture,' a sure cure for ail diseases and the greatest egg producer on earth. Adevertising price. 50c per package, post paid. INTER-STATE SUPPLY CO., Tempe, Arizona. ... JUST RECEIVED...; Two large shipments of Shoes and a shipment of Shirts. Some of the best goods known to the trade. Special bargains in Ladies' trimmed hats, flowers, etc. HIE NEW YORK CASH STORE General .Merchandise Tempe. THE COOLEST PLACE in Tempe toget a delicious Ice cream soda water is at A. M. HARMER'S DRUG STORE N. B. Our Soda water syrups are made of pure Fruit juices. EAL ESTATE RANCHES jIesidences A. C. TO V.LWSONJempe, Ariz. SHOES SUPrERS SKCES Vx'e liave them. Just got a new lot in. 'I he prices beat them all. Don't for get we are the ones that set the prices iii'.ii guarantee the goods. F.ips sewed f i ee. GOODWIN BR03. Tempe, Ariz. TOR SALE Lot and house on Mill avenue for sale for $300. Two lots on Mill avenue 1500.00. 160 acres with water in Tempe canal. Good house. All in alfalfa; a bargain. Apply to ANDREW NE1LSEN, Tempo, MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. Pomeroy Bros. Co., (inc.) MESA, ARIZONA. Improved and unimproved city lots, canteloupc lands, grain and alfalfa ranches. Several good business open ings FOR SALE. Conduct a general Real Es tate business. MESA HOTEL No sick taken. Tha comfort of visi tors made a specialty. Feed ana livery in connictloau Free bua to boieL Pomeroy Bros. MESA the wELmmmm .i-v;..nv,X-A.-'..y.' 4il SKI' qi'.X Phoenix to ascertain the value of the. check he held. As he fuspected it was considerably beiow par. In fact, i! was absolutely wor-thle'ss. Mr. Law ler had l.o money there whatever. A wai rant wr.s then rwom out charg ing L: wier with obtaining money under false pretenses. He was arrested but strongly objected t.i rps-nding the night in jail. He felt sure that friends in Freseott would go his bail for the sam of twenty-five dollars. Telephone communications were esta blished with Present! a'hour. nine o'i lo :k Sunday evening, b;t ihe party declined tb.e honor and Mr. Lawler languished l)i jail. , His hearing was set tor ye:-terd.'r morning but he was so firm in his be lief that if a telegram were s?nt to Prosco'.l he could clear hlnr-rlf of th- chiiige. that it was po-tponed to giv.j him tho chance. At the time o" writ it;g 'asf evening nothing had been h"urd fiorn Prs .: t but it Is thought her: that he will straighten the matter out to the satisfaction of thoe concerned in it. L;v.ier ci;me here tei'.ir.g a great story o." Lis intention to purchase a nun-.ber of ",-rite face bulls in the val ley and was going to make tome lanl deals in ihe mean time. He even went fo fur i' nrn a t;rn share of P. A. V-'indes' tirre rn Saturday making a trip EOjtii if town to look fiver some property. Mr. Windos was the first man hii tried to cash a check on but fortunate ly for Mr. Wind&s he had A "huriel" that the'e w.13 sonething wrong wit'i hi3 f'iend and I:e df-( lined to put up ti:e cah. The v-.-.o'.r aCair In simp:; the risrlt of too much "booze." Luwler u;u drun'.: when he came here and has teen ever s'nee cr.'ccpt wli-ii In was in jad Mr. M-irbv hid no ;.-?ite to infiitt an ' pL.'nl?lir.-cnt of the man. A'.! ho was'ts is hi3 .nof.ey ba? k. ' STORING IZZ. A. J. Ha'.-.-en has a force of men aud tcan.s at v. ork lr.avi.'g t)ie cold stora j-; pl;! from the crean;ery to Kyren. Thi. plar.t is th: one the cn-am-.-ry I'se-d beiore it made such extensive Improvements a y?a- or so ago. It li in now been replaced ar.d wi'l be uszil it Kyrene :n the future. I At present the enriro power at '.'..e j creamery and condensed n.ilk p!mt i;' being nufd for mak'n if. That i. ot course. -,vi:li the exception of sticu i a3 .3 necessary fr the separating of tf cref-m end the churning. The :cn l, fast as it is made, stored and it will le vned us rorn a3 th? canteloupo sh---ping commences. At thu-t time the ice ir.axing nr"cif u t:e p,.ut is r-n-tireiy insuincicnt for the needs of tho shippers ard it is necessary to look ahead and prepare as far as possible for the rush which will probably begin next week. VISITED THE SOLAR MOTOPi. I'avid Griffiths, connected with t'-.'; 'e.-'avtment ar icuium: was hern .yesterday from Washington. T. C. Mr. r.;ri:7iths gatheiing data on the sub let of n-.::o pa.sfurc-, and is making extensive experiment i ncTr Tiirs.iii where th- department has a large ar! ag; under ftu'eo. He stopped over here en his way to California to look over the so! ir mMor at this place, w.. went out then; yi.;:;eiday and e::pr'ss."J hin-.self as l)eing well pleased wUh the result.. He i? of the opinion that there is a groat future in store for the solar motor. As he said, uie niiuci plo has now been established, all that Is now necessary lo mnhe it a machine of practical usr is to overcome a few me- Uhanical imperfe: tions which wi'l un doubtedly be taken care of very soon. Mr. Griffiths l-3ft on hi", way to dif ferent prrints in California la;-t ovm ing. This is by no mear.j "ais fir.vL visit liere. He -wi eonneoted with the University at Tucson for a year and has been a-tre'iuent visitor lie:e rinci. STOCK SHIPMENTS. . Several cars of stock wen- shipped from thi south side yesterday. Geo. Dobson shipped a car of hogs to Je rome. Ho accompanied the shipmeiu as far as I'hoenix. W. H. Mayor of Y. "ilk-ox came m o:i yesterday morning's train ,in 1 last evening shipped to that place tv. curs of cattle. A VISITING F0STMA3TER. P'.otinn'.er McCorniick of Cuvc Creek was in town yesterday. He is down here for a few days on a visit with his cousin, Mr. Chas. X. Taylor. Mr. McCormick says that while it is pretty dry at his heme it is not neail so hot as It In here-. JOHN CAVE HOME. John Cave arrived here Humbly morning for a short vLsit w ith his par ents. He has just completed this tern? pf school at Ann Arbor, Mich., and o.i his w ay no Arizona stopped over in Old Mexico where he is interested in soni? mining works. PERSONAL MENTION. J. E. Sturgeon returned yesterday afternoon from the dam. He rays that everything in that vicinity is pro gressing aa ve:l as could be expeeloJ and that there is a good demand for nun provided that they are first cla.s no hoboes wanted. Pave TeetT U on the sick list , th"tatcneil with pneumonia. The American Kitchen has Just re ceived a new coat of paper, a decide! improvement to its looks. J. V. McLean was a business vlsito at Phoenix yesterday. - Mrs. M. Hanner and Mis3 Mauri Wilson spent ' yesterday at Mesa Lr-w Callim, assistant secretary of Arizona, rpent Sji:day on the south ride Walter S. Johnson is tack from a three weeks' sojouri at Agua Caliaruc hot springs. First class butcher fhop to rent fo; one year. Apply to J. E. Sturgeon. Tempe. Our stock of trunks and suit cases it going fast but we still have a fair assortment left. Come in and make your selection before leaving. Hyder Pros. - MESA. A STORK'S VISIT. The stork brought to the reid:nc2 of Lou Trimble a fine baby gill. Th.? little one was made welcoma aoi llo parents are happy end 'all is will a: the Trimble rar.cli. COWS AND CAN i ELOUPES." Pied Anderson, who ilvtB a mTTe north of town, has a very fine ranc1: and takes a great pride in keep'ng the place up. Mr. Anderron. t hinted a sraal! patch of melons for hii h:ra: use and was congratul ;ting him el with having melons as early fs thp old experienced growers, only t3 S home yesterday and fir.d foni3cne's two big red tows eating ar-.d cie't.oy ng the melons and vinss. This i? a li ;rd ship on both theinjured and ownois. as people haven't feed for their tow.' and they break out and some let them out to graze on the Ft rut I, but the owners of those two cows citainly owe Mr. Andsrson an ap:Pgy it a f .w dollars. , P. r E. SPECIAL. The officials of the P. K. paid M-ssa a. visit Sunday and took rlg an J went cut on the new toad. The Mesa peo ple are wonderinr and are anxious ta kriow what this all means. Hojs Pho?nix :nt?nd to have a railroad to Ooldfield or Is Mesa to remain the tern-Inns. IV. r, P. SPECIAL. M. O. TJicknell, accompanied hv a few . friends, came up from Phi' nix Saturday. They were looking over the new road and insrecting tfe rew a talcupe shed und-:r con t:uctiou ft the M. i. P. depot. They le urneJ f-.e same evening. WEDDING. The marriage cf The. W. Joei to Miss Pessie Schwartz cccuireJ at the residence of Isaac Danjjune 20. FIRST CANTELCUFE. Two crates of .cantaloupes, (be fl.st rlilpneel from Mcsa this reao wtr rer.t to Prccrtt by J. Hclicn & So:.sk MEETING OF MELON GROWERS. There was a meeting e.f the llc'oi Ooivers association at the town h I yeri'rrlay. PERSONAL MENTION. O. C. Merrill br-jug'. t ir.:o M si f r r.hipmcnt a err.t? of can'.alopjes yes terday. Miss Mail? Par'.lesr-n . Fiorc'-oe retirned home Saturday af'er spending a few days with "A. C. McQuein ar.d fam'Iy. V. A. McDonald war a visitor In rhrer.ix Saturday. Thos. Puelnnan is in t'o.n t d'y, purchasing s'jprlie? . Mis. V. E. P.liir and bily h ve fi for California, to spend the simxer morths. Fred Weeks left for his rnrioa at Gold II eld today to b:ir.g dow;i his range attl? to fed n'ar Mesa. Ph:lip Vi"fmer an J wife vt;ite' Pho.nlx Saturday. ARE YOU SATISFIED? If Not, What Better Proof Can Phoe nix Residsnts Ask For? This -is the statement of a I'hoenix citizen. The testimony of a neighbor. You can readily investigate it. The proof should convince you. I.. S. Dunbar, pioprictor of the fruit and cigar store 33 North First avenue, residence 57C North , Seventh avenue, rays: "Doan's Kidney Pills are not a new remedy to me. We first used them in our family several years ago when living in Marietta, Ohio, where they are considered a household necessity. They are the finest remedy for back ache or any symptoms of irritated or weakened kidneys on the market. Shortly after moving here some three years ago, symptoms of a recurrence of kidney trouble in our family became evident and we tried to get Doan's Kidney Pills at several drug stores. They knew nothing about them and we sent to our druggist, Mr. Styer of Marietta, for a supply. Noticing the-.r. advertised in Phoenix last winter, when we required them we procured them at the Urisley Drug Co.'s store. They are a necessity in our household, particularly so when compelled to clrinK the water in Phoenix. On every occa sion when their use is required they have never failed to bring prompt re lief." For isale ty all dealers. Price DO ceriits. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. A word to the un.vi.c i3 f.:p. rf.u Chicago News. "I have been troubled for some time with Indigestion and sour stomach," says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee, Mass., "and have been taking Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver 'Tablets which have helped me very much so that now I can eat many things that before I could not." If you have ny trouble with your stomach why not take these Tablets and get well? For sale by all druggists "Tlia World's Fair Route." Summer excursions St. Louis and return $57.90 Chicago and return either direct Santa Fe or via St. Louis $63.60 Limit of above tickets 00 lays from dates of tale, which ire June 15162223 July 1 2 7 S 13 14 Dates for months beyond to be announced later. Coast Specials via "THE OILED ROUTE." One night out to either Los Angeles r San Francisco. The only "one light" line to Frisco. VTe give you holce of routes. Either via Ixs Vngeles, or through the beautiful San Toaipuin Valley. san Francisco and return 143.45 Us Angeles, San Diego, Coronado santa Barbara and Southern ;alif. resorts $25.93 Tickets on sale Tuesday, Thursday md Saturday of each week. Limit NTov. 30th. Through Pullman to St. Louis June 15 and to Chicago June 1G. L. fi. Landis, GenM Agt: Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are just what you need when on have no appetite, feel dull after eating ar.d wake up 'with a bad taste n your mouth. They will improve your -ippetite, cleanse and invigorate your aomach and give you a relish for your 'ood. For sale by all druggists. Where's there's a wdl there'.? np: to be a won't and a couple o" iaw-yo-rs. Chicago News. Going for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea v Remedy. Don 't pat yourself in this man ' s place , bat keep h bottlo of this remedy in yonr botus. There nothing so good for Colic, Cholera Morbus, Dysentery and Diarrhoea. It i equally valuable for Summer Complaint and Cholera Infan tum and has saved the lives of more children than any other medicine in use. When reduced with water and sweet ened it id pleasant to take. You or some one of your family are sure to need this remedy Booner or later and when that time comes yon will need it badly ; yon will need it quickly. Why not buy it now and be prepared for sncb aii emergency. Trice, 25c; large alxe, 50o. NOTARY PU3LIC E. E. IA SCOTS, Notary Public. Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledgement laktn. 110 North Center street. ATTORNEY-AT -LAW. TIIOS. J. PUKSOOTT-Corporation ar.d Commercial Law a specialty. Rooms d-fi-l'i Cotton block, riioi'nix, Arizon:u Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards EDWARDS & JIOKTON, Lawyers, 19 S. Center St. Phoenix, Ariz. J. CRENSHAW, attorney at law. Of fice rooms 210 and 211 Fleming LJuilding, Phoenix, Arizona. ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. . J. Q. A. KING, Assayer and Metallurgist Cvanlde, concentration, mill and smel ter tests, li N. Second Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. J)STJEOPATHY. DR. D. L. CONNER, Osteopathic Physi cian. Otfice 3 West Adams. Phone, office Red 1494: residence Red 83. CHIROPODY. PAINLESS removal of corns or bunions; prices 50 cents each. Privacy assured. Dav or night. Blue Front Barber Shop, 43 West Washington St., opposite Santa Fe office. Telephone Red W2. Frank Shirley. MINING ENGINEER. EfCTCwiGGlNS, Mining Engineer. No. 2 East Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona, consultation and examination. North west Mexico a specialty. $2,000 to loan on Improved property ' 160 Acres at $5 per acre Good Shady Home $600 $1,600 Buys a very . pretty Home. TAYLOR & SONS Loans and Investments. 13 Horih Center Street All Adrertlsements Running for Less Time Than One Month For pale GREAT DANE PUPPIES No fancy prices. 318 N. Ninth avenue or ad dress R. L., care Republican. FOR SALE Refrigerator. 227 E. Mor.rop. Cheap. TRADE 100 acres good laird for city property. Call Taylor & Sons 13 N. Center. FOR SALE Two fineTdriving . mares, weighing 2?.0O rounds. One four-ycur-oid gelding weighing 1250 pounds: good single driver. Two 2 year olds, 4 yearlings colts, 6 heifer-, vlll be fresh In the fill, 4 cows. 10 calves. Enquire of L. M. Hoghe, at -Ioghe'9 chop house. Stock can be seen at my ranch FOR EXCHANGE Forty acres of land In San Diego Co., Cal thirty bearing fruit; mostly apples. Two houses, two barns and out buildings. Also 47 acres near the above unimproved. Henry Riddle. FOR SALE Black horse, harness and runabout, with new umbrella top; stylish and in splendid condition; cheap. If taken at once Address L, Care Republican. FOR-SALE 2 good work horses; "S years old. Weight 2600; perfectly sound; work single or double. Also 1 good 3 Inch wagon and harness. 4 miles north of Phoenix on the Cave Creek road or address E. Erashear, R. F. Jy., No. 2. FOIl SALE A first class Jersey cow. Enn.uire at Hoghe's restaurant.- FOR SALE: Two open buggies, camp ing wagon and phaeton. Star Cor ral. GOOD H O M ETIIACT S Four (4) ten acre tracts. Price from $40 to $60 per acre. Half cash. Balance in one and two years at 8 per cent in terest. All front on large avenue. 4 1-2 miles northeast from Phoenix, in orange belt. Clear, ready for planting. Soil good. Water right in Cross Cut. Excellent for grain, grass, vegetables, berries, grapes and all kinds of trees. Address A. 3. Chenoweth. Box G04, Phoenix, Ariz. FOR SALE Go-cait. In excellent con dition. M. E. Biystone, weather bureau office. FOR SALE In Los Angeles, first class bath and massage parlors consisting of six rooms, all fully equipped with tubs, electric vibrators, cabinets, operating cots, etc. Five operators in attendance. Doing a splendi.l business, but present owner has other interests and must sell. Ad dress, Bath Parlor, care Phoeni c Republican office. FOR SALE Nickel Ford Hotel. slot machines. FOR SALE White and brown Leghorn bens: prize winners. Chas. Alexan der. Tempe. FOR SALEHEAP A rooming house In Los Angeles, $375.00. Enough room for small family and rentals will add materially to income; well located and near car lines, but in quiet re spectable neighborhood. Owner must sll on account of other business. Address Mrs. C. Hird, 410 West Temple St., Los Angeles, Calif. FOR SALE At Republican office old papers, ten cents per hundred. FOR SALE Stout, well made buck bonrd built for mountain use. . 1441 E. Washington st. FOR SALE Distilled water. Light ning Delivery. For ISent FOR RENT Furnished brick house, six rooms, poicclain bath, electric, lights, lots of shade. $20.00 per month if taken at once. Address P. O. Bix, 308, Phoenix. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, 37 North Center street. FOR RENT 30 acres, 3 1-2 miles northwest; part in alfalfa, balance reidy for grain or anything else. J. Q. A. King. IS N. Second uve. FOR RENT Two nice rcoms for housekeeping with gas range, screen porch: modern conveniences; sum mer rates. 356 N. Third avenue. Enquire !) S. First ave. FOR RENT The five room brick Snoad residence, Fourth avenue and Jefferson street; unfurnished. In quire J. II. W. Jensen. Phone Main 242 or J. II. Langston, Phone Black 1702. Helo Wanted WANTED Lady or gentlemen of fair education to travel for a firm of $250, CC0 capital. fcuiary $1.,072 per year and expenses: paid weekly. Address, with stamp, J. A. Alexander, Phoe nix. Ariz. WANTED Lady cashier understand ing stenography none but first class people need apply. A 10 care of this cflioe. WANTED 500 laborers and teamsters at '$2.00 and $2.25 rer day at Tonto basin, near Globe. Robert Sherer Co. WANTED Druggist. Competent to take charge. Reference required. Address Box 5, care Republican. WANTED Girl to assist in house work. Call at 850 N. First, Lost and Pound FOUND One bicycle, blue frame, no name plate, good tffes. Owner call at Fred Schneiders, 1314 E. Wash ington st. STRAYS Come to my place, on Tempe road, 1 sorrel filly, 1 black stud colt. 1 bay gelding; branded O. J. A. Liebenow. LOST A diamond stick pin. Return to Eurfka Market. Reward. STRAYED Bay mare with halter on, wire cut on left hind leg; also bay horse with short tail. Notify Chas. A. Smith, 235 N. Center st. Reward, Situations Wanted POSITION WANTED by a competent colored man as first class cook and baker for hotel or restaurant. Sober and neat. J.Ieit. pastry, soups and the entire line. H. P. C 214 Jack son street. WANTED To do general housework or cleaning, sweeping, or table wait ing by day or hour. No objection to country. Miss Erickson, The Whar ton, 38 Center st. Eoard and Sooms ROo"ms"NDBO"aRD Beautifully" lo cated, cool, pleasant rooms, with board. All modern conveniences and good home cooking. Prices reasonable for summer. Address 1211 Ingraham St., Los Angeles. Miscellaneous Wants GT?EXrIDAVNPL No fancy prices. 318 North Ninth avenue, or address R. L., care R publican. WANTED To buy more bees, must be cheac N. E. Wilcox, 1236 R. Monroe, Lincoln. AS I LEAVE for the coast Tuesday, June 28, I will be pleased to meet all my fi'ends and customers on my re turn about Sept. 5. C. Coby. HORSES AND MARES WANTED I wlil be at the Ambrose CorraT, Phoe nix, until July 3. Horses from 950 to 1150. Must be sound and work ers. This will be my last load. Now is the chance, to cash your horses and save the pasture bill. Ii. 1). Nichelson. WANTED To rent good tearj for light mountain trip during July Apply 200 W. Washington st. WANTED To loan J1.000 on mortgage or personal security, at one per ' cent per month for six months or a year. Jo commissions or other charges. Everything pri vate. Address Loan, this office. WANTED Furniture and househoi-J goods in large or small lots. Mc Lean & Co., 23 S. First avenue. MONEYTO LOAN On improved city property. For particulars call at 21 S. Center st. PARTIES having young valley-bred cattle for sale. Call or write to A. L. Henshaw, box 461. COTTAGES at Iron Springs for sale or rent. J. Ernest Walker, 14-16 Sou'.h Second avenue. Phone Main 50. CLOTHING or delicacies for the poor and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance L'nion. corner of Monroe and Central, ave. They will be carefully distrib uted. Those In need please calJ. WANTED To buy your furniture and household goods. Highest cash prices paid. Dorrls-Heyman Furni ture 'cornpany. IS YOUR WELL OR PUMP out of or der? We clean . and dig wells on short notice. , Pumps repaired. All work guaranteed. Phoenix Well Co., 13 N. Center St.. or 'Phone Red S92. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future. Ladles. 25c; gentlemen, 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third tret It is a good thins .to lo.-e your fence if it means the enlarging of your field. Chicago Tribune. ' SUED BY HIS DOCTOR. "A doctor here has sued me for $12.50, which I claimed was excessive for a case of cholera morbus," says R. White of Coachella, Cal. ''At the trial he praised his' medical skill and medicine I asked him If It was not Chamberlain'3 Colic, Cho'era and Diarrhoea Remedy he used as I had gejed reason to believe that it was, and he would not say under oath that it was not." No doctor could use a better remedy than this in a case of cholera morbus, it never fails. Sold by all druggists. When a man shire:: In fxe'ety h : seldom shines in busln-ioi'. Chic. ) News. HAVE YOU A COUGH. A dose of Ballard's l.Iorchound Hyrui) will relieve it.. Have you a cold? A dose of Ilerbinc at bed time and fre quent small doses of Horehound Syrup during the day will remove it. Try it for -whooping cough, for asthma, for consumption, for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe McGrath. 327 E. First street, Hutch inson, Kan., writes: "I have used Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my family for five years,, and find it the best and most palatable medicine I ever used." 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by Elvey & Hulett. When a man 13 woi king for h'ms.li he doesn't have to enipoy a timeknp ir. Chicago Ners. A.;....;.X--H--M--:"H- H"K"H ! f. A trial will convince you that I ENGLISH KITCHEN I Is the coolest and cleanest place to eat. Private dim'nj room in con- 4. T nection. Picnic lunches put up on short notice.. Commutation ticket! I $4.50. 25 and 27 North Firat street. J j...t..H-fr'M'4''fr4"HM l"l"H I I I I H Tom's American KitcHert Formerly of English Kitchen. Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family style when desired.. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or. at ordinary times come to Tom's n American Kitchen. 207 North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona. M A C H I N.B WORK S. KUNZ BROS. & MESSENGER. AH kinds of Machinery built and repaired. We have a complete outfit of tools for reborlng Engine and Pump Cylinders without TemoY lng them from thtir .foundation. First claaa work guaranteed. Eeconl band Machinery always on band. Telephone Red 823. Cor Second and Adams Sts. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Mast Be Paid In Adranct. Truth is all right in t: way. but fUt :ery is often .nore satisfactory. Chi cago Newt. ' - AN OLD IDEA. Shown ts be Absolutely False by Mod ern Science. People used to think that balJnes was one of those things which ar handed down from generation to gener ation, from father to son just like a family heirloom. Scierice has shown the fa!s?r.ens this belief by proving that baldness it -self is not a constitutional disease, but the result of a germ invasion of vhi.-h only Herplcide can effectually rid the scalp. Washing only cleans the scalp f Dandruff, it doesn't kill the germs. "Destroy the cause you remove the effect." Newbro's Herpicide wiil dr this in every case. It is al3o a delightful drov ing. Said by leading druggists. Send 10 In stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit. Mich. Wakelin's pha--macy special agents. -o Money talk)! but that of a m:rer doesn't make extravagant speech:. l?hica so News. o CURES OLD SORES. Westmoreland, Kans May 5. 1902. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.: Tour Snow Liniment cured an old sore on the side of my chin that was supposed to be a cancer. The sore was stub born and Would not yield to treatment until I tried Snow Liniment, which dbl the work in short order. My sisT. Mrs. Sophia J. Carson, Allensvll. Mlffin Co., Pa., has a sore and mis trusts that It is a cance Please sen'! her a 50c bottle. ' For sale by Elvey .4 IIuletL ?A bachelor rhysiclan sys f-.c m c-rolv-s In kis.-es are oficn fata! .it I--ai thy cfren devol)i nml ronal g rid . Chicago News. - LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Proposals for lumber, brick, cement, etc., U. S. Indian choo!. Truxton. Ari zona. Sealed proposals, indors.-d "Proposals fcr lumber, etc., and ad dressed to the undersigned at Truxtor., Arizona."will be received at the Indian school until 2 o'clock p. m. of Wednes day, Jme 29th. l'J04. for furnishing and delivering, as required by the superin tendent, 11,473 feet of lumber, assorted. 5500 shingles, 10.000 brick, 173 barrels .f cement and two kegs of nails as per list and specifications obtalnab'e at th school. Bidders are requested to ftate specifically in their bids the proposed price of each article to be offered un der contract. All articles offered under contract will be subject to rigid in spection. The right U reserved to rtjett any -or all bids or any part of any bid If deemed for the best interests of Ihe service. Each bid must bs accompari-J by a certified check or draft on seme United States depositoiy or solvent na tional bank, made payable to the or ier of the commissioner of Ind'.an affairs for at least five per cent of the amount of the proposal, which check or draft will be forfeited to the United States In case any bidder or bidders receiving an award shall fail to promptly execute aJ contract with good and sufficient sure ties, otherwise to be returned to th- bidder. Bids accompanied by cah in lieu of certified check will not be con sidered. For further Information apply to James S. Perkins, superintend-m. Truxton. Arizona. IN THE PROBATE COURT. Of the county of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, in the matter of the estate of William M. Billups, deceased. Notice of hearing petition. Notice is hereby given that Laura Ii-uiiua, ciu;iiiiii:Li an i. ui wit? rsi.tic im , William M. Billups, deceased, has filed 'in this court her petition praying that i final distribution of said estate be made and that the same will be heard on Tuesday, the 5th day of July. A. I. 1 1904, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon i-f said day at the coui-troom of said court In Phoenix, county of Marieoi. terri tory of Arizona, and all persons inter ested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and i-how causo, if any they have, why tin; prayer if sail petitioner tdiouM not be granted. Dated June 24th. 13M. GEORGE KIRKLA N I . . Tic i k. First publication June 25.1!')I. Every Woman II h tmtol top MA lt I I.. h Li.r In. I MflMt S full !:(! Itftti it :iTIl 'tiffl V-tllluUU- l I ft it- t U t- I. CO., Ai-hVCS -W. 'VlA Uintlc.lH'!""lil.ll!..w A b-InLLi V..V A Imhiioii"M KiVyiiU MARUL Whiriir.g Scy MESA, ARIZONA.