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THE ARIZONA EEPUBLICAX THURSDAY MOUSING OCTOBER 11, 1900 1 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in the Year by THE Arizona Publishing Co GEO. W. VICKERS. Trem. and Gen. 14i. Exclusive Morrnnx xssociatea Press Dispatches. The only rerfectln Press In Arizoaa The enly battery et Linotypes In risona- Publication office: SS-28 East Adams Strt. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mall matter of the second Class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. y tnatL daily, one year W.00 Weekly, one year 2-00 Cash In advance. BT CARRIER, ttelty. per montb 75 cts Th; -Arizona Republican 1 "' s,1e nt ftl1 l Amo' treet news stand vn irons in I.os Ad vlr, fan liU-jjo and bong Hearh. uNlON(JLAbEL rilOKXIX, ARIZ., OCTOBER 11, 190(1. For Delegate to Congress Wm. F. Cooper THE OPEN IXOR FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. The Republican has undertaken to atl the wormy ana amoiuous uu.a ami irirla of Arizona over some of 'the i vtigh place in the way toward an education and training for useful and profitable lives. It is offering scholar ship" of various k;nds, in business, reg ular Bchool and musical courses, in ex change for well directed effort toward welling The Republican's subscription This Is an all-round profitable enter prise; everybody will be benefited the winners of the prizes, the subscribers who help them win them. and. lastly. The Republican. We are gratified by the Interest which the boys and girls have already shown in the subscription " contest, which will be begun on Saturday. It has already been demonstrated that n trouble will be encountered in finding plenty of contestants of the right stuP a good sign for the community. It is useless to tell of the' advan tages of a good education. Every con testant, and the parents and friends of every contestant, already realize all that can be told them about tne "bene fits of training. They know, also, that every year an education becomes more and more essential to success. The handicap In the race for money, fame, position of usefulness and responsi bility are constantly more and more re tarding! the untrained man or woman. Th Republican is opening the door of U't'c& to many a youth who might siriirr entrance in no other way. It Will !: wide open day after tomorrow. Tlwm may be boys and girls who cart easily secure elu Ciillxntl opportunities without con test ins for The Republican's schol arship prize. For them we have other prixes worth striving for fri (ttueutional trips to the coast and ti thr world's greatest scenic won der, tlw Grand Canyon. It will be very satisfactory when vacation time comes next rummer if you have earned the means of taking one without cost to yourself. Why not begin on Saturday to get ready for that vacation? A JOINTIST JOKE. The habitually staid Santa Fe New Mexican has ceased the serious con sideration of the statehood question and is contemplating the jocular pos sibilities of the jointure project. Says the New Mexican: ''It would.be a right good joke on the Arizona anti-joint statehood men were congress, during the short session or In the Sixtieth congress, to pass an enabling act for New Mexico and "Ari zona without a referendum.- Should joint statehood be defeated November tith next, by a hejvy vote in Arizona, the chancer are very much In favor of such an event. Stick a pin right here-. There is much fun ahead in this line within the next eighteen months. To the Ne w Mexican it looks as if President Roosevelt were determined to wipe the two remaining territories from the map and replace them in one state before he relinquishes office March 4, l!t03." That would Indeed be a joke. We could hardly help laughing over It our selves. The jumping of the cow ovr the moon whereat, according to the nursery rhyme, the dog laughed, wa; a most funereal incident In compari son. However, if the New Mexican has any laughing to do over the "right good joke," it had better do it before the short session or at least before the end of the sixtieth congress, for this Is .1 joke the merriment over which must be all in contemplation. Whateer the enemies of Aii.ona might like to do. they would be power less to pass a statehood bill in lli'" f-hoit sessi.u. They would be dishon est and unscrupulous to try it. The bill under hly-h wo arc now working a deigned to leave the matter ol Joint jctatebood lo us. There Is an im plication In it that wb aiever action we take voncerning it will be final, at least, so far -as the present congres Is eonceriiccb The bill promises us .statehood if we want It . and on the otheh hand, promises us immunity from jointure If we do not want it. It Is true that this promise would not be morally or otherwise binding upon any subsequent congress, but any congressman or other person who would evade that promise wuold be a disreputable "welcher." We are certain that President Roosevelt is not so disregarclful of the pilnciplo of the "square deal" as the New Mexican suspects he may be. As to what the Sixtieth congress may attempt to do, we will all have to wan and see. 'We are inclined to believe that the s:xtieth congress will contain fewer Joint statehood congressmen than the Fifty-ninth numbers. A PUBLIC OWNERSHIP EXPERI M EN'T. Cities contemplating the municipal ownership of lighting or water service plants might profit by communicating with Phe city authorities of Columbus, Ohio, with a view of ascertaining the results of their experiments with a public lighting plant. A late, dispatch from Columbus de scribes the following state of affairs: "The Columbus municipal lighting plant lias already eaten up a fortune and has proved a failure. The mali ngers have made another demand for money, this time for $110,000, but the city council has not had the temerity to ask the people to sanction another bord issue. "The Investment in the lighting plant has grown within a few years j from Jfi3ifni to nearly half a million. and more money Is needed. A snort time ago, when flOO.oon was put Into the plant, it was promised that the concern would be the finest in the country. Director of Public Service Lied said that if more money is not forthcoming at once the plant will be thrown out of business and the $500, noi) lost. He says the present plant id wholly inadequate. The city Is paying private electric light companies $200 a night to light the streets that the muni cipal plant cannot take care of." One of the laughable features of the present county campaign Is the appar ent seriousness with which the demo crats are endeavoring to defeat Pro bate Judge Phillips. It Is certain that they can make no headway securing votes among the heirs of estates which have passed through the court with in the last four yearn. Tim Nogales Times feelingly alludes to Col. Allen T. Bird as a Red Raven bird, there probably being in the mind of the Times writer some correlation between the name and the remedial properties of a certain proprietary medicine much in use on "the mornin.-, after." Watson PIckrell in the legislative council wiil reflect credit iip"ti- Mari copa county. Very frequently mem bers of the legislature gle onlooker;, an unfavorable impression of the coun ties which send them. What Ails You? Do you feel weak tired, despondent, have frequent headaches, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in morning, heart burn," belching of gas, acid risings in throat after eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms? If yoTNive any considerable number of thsabovesysiritoms you are suffering fromiliousnasNrpid liver with indi gestionNac)dyspepift Pr. Pierce's Golden Medial P!scOVefv Is maile up of th" most valuable medicinal principles knmvn to medical science for the pcrrrpnent, cure of 1 Mich abnormal condemns. It is a moat ) efticient liver lnvigorator. stomach tonic, ; bowel regulator and nerve strengthener. j The "Golden Medical Discovery " is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, a ! full list of its Ingredients being printed on its bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. A glance at its formula will show that it contains no alcohol; or harmful habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, triple-refined glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of the following native American forest plants, viz.. Golden Seal root, fcUone root. RlacU Cherrybark, Queen's root. Blood root, and Mandrake root. The following1 lending medical authorities, anions' a host of others, extol the foregoing roots for the cure of just such ailments as thii Shove symptoms indicate: I'rof. R. Bartholow. M. I)., of Jefferson Med. College. Phlla : I'rof. B.C. Wood. M. P .of ITnlv.of Pa.: Pmf.KdwIn M. TTftlp- M. IV. of Itahnemnnn Med fv,llr.i-a Ghleaeo; Prof. John Ktnsr. M. P.. Author of i f American Dispensatory; I'ror. Jno. M. shud der. M. I., Authorof Specific Medicines: Prof. Laurence Johnson. M. P.. Med. ept. I'niv. of N. V.; Trof. Finley Ellinsrwood. M. P.. Author of Materia Medica and Prof, in Bennett Medi cal College, Chlcatro. Send name and ad dress on Postal Card to Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buf falo, N. Y.. and receive frrt. booklet giving extracts from wrltlnsrs of all the ahove medi cal authors and many others endorsing, in the strongest possible terms, each and evcrv in gredient of which "Uolden Medical Discov ery" N rem rosed, f Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and lnvlrora!.e stomach, liver and IkiwoIs. They may be used In conjunction with "Golden Medical Discovery " If bowels are much con stipated. They're tiny and suar-coated. ROOSEVELT Hot Springs Famous Cure for Rheumatism and Human Ills. Baths in Pool or Tubs, 104 de grees to 103. Contains Iron, Sulphur and Magnesia. Rooms for Rent Board, $1.00 per day. Baths, 25c. Write for further particulars. EARL E. BACON, Roosevelt, Gila County, Arizona. ; If Ernest Lewis should be the next, district attorney as he undoubtedly will be. the Interests of the taxpayer; will be safefruarded, not 'only in the criminal court, but in the offic-e of th- iaard of supervisors. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. j The following transcripts of the rec- j jj ords of the offices of the district clerk, ! fi the probate court and the county re-, rj cnirter are rurrnsnea dv me Arizona Abstract & Title company. RECORDER'S OFFICE. A. C. Gaylord and- wife to William D. McElroy Deed; souineaL quai ler of southeast quarter section 33, town- ship 2 north, range 2 east. If Marie ChiistolTerson and husband to H. I?. Bennett and husband Deed; lots I 22 and 23, block C, University addition. Virginia Mahoney and husband to C. i P. Williams Deed; 121x100 feet, Mont- ginnery addition. j Sheriff 'to Mrs. E. D. Culbertson- J C. J. I'.eauvais to Vernon L. Clark , U Deed; lots 2. 4. 6, S. block 4i. Phoenix. Josie O. Monihon to W. S. J'U-krell ro,.i- Tini-r southeast quarter section. H c tinvtiyliln 1 north r.-inire 3 east. - " - , Atm.j Tnmw lo C H. Laird Deed: .......... --- - 1 1 1 lots 7, S. S, lu, block t, Linnville addi- , tion. R. H. Greene and P. G. C. II. Laird Deed: lots i ; j De Lam-i to and S, block 1;. Linville. o The New Yorker Philadelphia Pooh! I can't keep awake here. vTh Philadelphian I suppose you miss th merry jingle of the horse car bells. -Philadelphia Record. ill A.B. LEACH & CO NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA ! IN Miller's Drug Store N. E. Cor. Center and Wash Sts. Phone Main 113. Everything commonly kept in a first class drug store. Special attention mail orders. given to Free delivery to any part of the city. Prescriptions our specialty. Registered clerks constantly in attendance. Telephone us when In a hurry. , We deliver promptly. N. fi. Miller, Prop. ii3 FRUIT TREES. FRUIT TREES. -IF From Stark Bros. Nursery Co., at 1 fi wholesale. Guaranteed true to name or I fi money refunded. Replace all trees that . fc'J die before first of August at half price. H Will call at your homes from Mesa to i rl Arlington. Drop a card. Ilox 813, ' ti Phoenix. HALL BROS, jt Agents. 1 fj God siIver Lead Copper, Iron, Zinc Silica, Calcium or Manganese. Write for particulars. THE HENRY HANSON CHEMICAL ill f RESEARCH CO., ft Mnaiytical ana nonsuiting unemists, 54 Railroad Bldg., Denver, Col., U. S. A HUMBOLDT, BONDS 1 1 THE H ill H M BUYERS OF Gold, Silver, and Ores and WORKS: Humboldt, Yavapai County, Arizona, Near PrescotL OFFICES: Prescott National Bank Building, Presoott, Arizona. Building, New York. CHARLES E. FINNEY, Vioa President and General Manager. EWARD W. BROOKS, Or Purchasing Agent. Office, Phoenix, Ariz. Read It. its Worth It. Furnished 10-rooiu bouse, with bath and screen room; well fur nished; for $2000 fi-room bouse, with bath, closets and screen room; also gas and electricity; fine shade and lawn. This property is on North Third Ave. and faces east. It is a bar gain at $2750 If you have S12'0 we can sell you this property. 6-room, 2 -story house; brick; In Capitol addition; on easy terms, for 31250 4 -room house, with screen room; fenced; line shado and lawn; also nice rose .garden. This property is in the Bennett addition; for $2G50 On North Second Ave. we have an S-room brick house, and is one of the most complete homes in the city. It has line bath, toilet and large closets. Large screen rooms upstairs and down. Some furniture will go with the house. The lot is T.Ox 1 37 1 i , with small barn in the rear; for 35200 10 acres in alfalfa; close in; for $1000 I 10 aeres near the Indian school, with brick house, good well, and fenced with Page wire fencing; some fruit, and in alfalfa. For a quick deal $2850 For an investment we have 75 acres three-quarters of a mile from the Indian school, for $60 an acre Drop around and let's talk It over Greene & Griffin Real Estate, Loans and Insurance 42 North Center St. PHOENIX ARIZONA THE HOFFMAN EVLRTTHING FIRST CLASS Micholob Boar on Draught MACK GIBSON, Proprietor. at; IT'S INTERESTING AND IT'S GRATIFYING TO ALL THAT COME TO OUR MEAT MARKET, to note the Immense volume of business we do. It'a the natural result of giving customers the choicest In our lines MEATS OYSTERS DELICATESSEN FRUITS Phone and open an accounL S.J.TRIBOLET, n '1 r Hi 110-116 E. Washington 8L Phone Wholesale, Main 6. Rsta!!. H JJ ARIZONA Copper Copper Mattes. Empirs You've W anted but vou felt that von wanted a OOOD ONE, and have put off buying or renting because of the cost. WE HAVE ONLY THE HIGHEST GRADE PIANOS. and we offer them 011 very easy time payments, putting them within the reach of all. . The Wiley B. Allen Company 9-11 East Washington Si. Tills Space For PACIFIC GAS CORNER FIRST AVE. ARIZONA SCHOOL Fall Terra opens October 1st. Ins Write for MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director Phoenix, Arizona GARDEN CITY Coolest and Cleanest Place in Town to Eat. Nice private and families. Short orders. Regular Meals 25c Nos. 22 and 24 East Yee Sing's American Kitchen Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family style when desired. Sing does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Sing's new Ameri can Kitchen. 33 North Center Street, Phoenix. Arizona. The Englisli KitcHera Restaurant will move and be open for breakfast 1 44-46 EAST ADAMS STREET. X Open Day and Night Till 12 O'clock. Everything New, Nice and Clean. ''f Private Painily Dining Rooms. Please Come. JL CHARLIE, LING & CO., Props. he California estaiirao Famous Apa Calienle Springs ertic. K.-pi -mil y adapted to t he i nre rf Klieuniiiti-iii anil oil blood Di a( s. Acua alieme! water wns given the t-itver medal, the highest awn id at the .-t l.otiis Kxteitiin. ;oil tie- I en in lao.hi I ions at the Hotel Mo.leMi. her iiiformnlion. rate-., etc-, u.id r ss Althee M odetti. Yuma. Arizona. r Hotel Modeiti. Agaa Calient. Arizona. "i slesa-Roosevelt Stage Co. s Operating between Mesa, Roosevelt, Globe and Payson, and between Mesa and the Arizona dam, daily except Sunday. Stage leaves Mesa for Roosevelt, 6 a. rn.; Roosevelt for Mesa, Globe or Payson, 6 a. m. l'""r Arizona dain, 7: Co a. in. Jeave Globe for Itoo:-evelt and Mesa, 0: 43 Tn arranging you via from Chicago or St. Louis to New York equipment, fast time via Niagara Fall Rerkshire hlllx ROSS C. CLINE. P, C. P, Agent. If you don't find what want elsewhere you US. Our Summer Lines Are Complete THE EASTERN STORE SZLIM ACSZL, Prorietor $44 E, Washington Street sways a Piano E. N. JENKIN3. Manager. P. C. PADDOCK. Asa't Man. 3C :eserve the & ELEC. CO. AND JEFFERSON ST. OF MUSIC tructlon In Catalogue. all" branches of musi-: PvEtSTAURANT rooms tor rartles Washington Street. CHARLEY LOO CHUCK, Proprietor. September "JTth at its new location. 35 North First five, Phoenix,.- - Arizona 3 Smpe frei.i Si mhu I. A 1 izrim, uJ the i rn Pueitic KHilwiiv. Whi. t contain i i ill t i: rr. t i e niii ik i:r . mi i vr ii General ollice, Mesa, Arizona. 33 Follow the PMag for your trip east, ask agent to route WABASH CONTINENTAL LIMITED. and New England points. MnW s, Mohawk Valley, Hudson River and LOS ANGELES, Cal. MUSIC. MRS. ISAAC H. HAYES Teacher of Piano Music. Studio - 620 North First St. NOTARY PUBLIC E. K. PA ROOK, Notary Public. Convy anclng- pelalty. Acknottlodgementi taken. 110 North Cceter trH-t. CHIROPODY. PAINLKs.S TemoTBl or corns or Mialons prices 50 cent each PriTHey aisurA1. I)t or night. All iiihtrurro-nts Kterilir.ed.FailB Barber Shon. 43 w. Wa-hington Hi opr 8anta Fe office. Telephone Eed 062. Infrowina Nails a Specialty. fJtAKK 6HIELET THE Talk of the Town Every one has a go. 1 word to say about anything they like. Take our valley, for instance. Every one is in love with it. Jul take a tiip east or vt. north or sot th. over th vail-, you find great lie ds of alfalfa. lart--herds of cattle, grsat flo-ks of chick ens, fine vineyards of luscious grapes. n.l hundreds of acres of good land that the government is going to re claim. One cannot stay here a year ami then stay away. Massie has tried it three times, and he is now back ai '. head over ears in woi k. selling pood.-; to his f 1 lends, who are ail looking hiiri up. He handles everything new aid second-hand, and lis prices are sure!;, lower than the lowest. MASSIE 'S Second Hand Store 32-34. W. Washington St. Easterlinsk Whitney Undertakers Succeiitors to A. J. BRADLEY. 210 W. Washington St. Phn Main Z3. Lady attsniant. We Have REDUCED ALL OUS SHORT ORDER PRICES AT CAFE. GIVE US A TRY 4? We have two places Chop House and Cafe. CAFE, 11 West Washington St. CHOP HOUSE, 1S North Center St. M Two New Models Winton Type X IV AND Winton M Best Yet Bart ains in New and Second hand Runabouts. Arizona Autoinobila Co. 25-31 Nonh Second St. Phone 'Main 333 The VALLEY MILLS at the Fair will a.vard J.'O.oO in prizes for the best loal of bread made from als. jr.o.tm I'Jjf of :ri prize; bread 11 for the best adc fl oil! our - H. O. RiMSEY VETERINARY 1URQEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horses and n.ce rigs for hire. Office and stable, corner First avenue and Jefferson St. Phone Black 553. Phoenix, Ariz. t A POSITIVE. COR I i ?rr Or:f iTTmattof rr 1 . t ,m " - "is bli-l.ier ni lisa- r--s i:rfiif r. n oa-.r cf t0-' n.i .a.-.-: ' i'C-tJ '.tfil Htn f 1 -i - or oy in- . Cv.i-. 7 ft( , 3 toiesJi THE SJ NTAt PfSSm CC Perfect Flour Daisy FI l i i CS.YEY A HULETT. AQSNT8. .