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- TIIE ARIZONA .REPUBLICAN FRIDAY , MORXIXfi, JUNE 5, 100S.
10 ME NAM mnthpr'c chanpiinp All of this Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this liniment prepares the hndv Fnr the strain nnon it. and preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend makes the danger of child-birth less, and carries her safelv throueh this critical period. Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived WJT)raTOTT,,5'Q from the use of this remedy. I M II ll Ini HVrJTf Sold br drurg its at $1 00 per pottle. Oor litiir book. wiling all aboct this liniment. will neaeimree. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. AUanu, Ga. TEMPE SOUTH SIDE HEWS F. W. Griffon "ICECREAM SODA Try it at Our Store Today ' HARMER'S DRUG STORE Next Door to Postofflce. If You want a delicious Ice Cream Soda, Call on us. LAIRD & DINES Phone LJLY MILK A HOME PRODUCT. For Sale by all Grocers MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE, ARIZONA WHICH WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE? Hahan I &' Sons" or Walkover Shoes . ; ; yWe handle botfijaiid are sole agents. HYDER BRoi.v" TEMPE. - - ARIZ. Hamilton Brown Shoes We are the sole agent on the south side for this make of Shoes. LU KIN CASH STORE X TEMPE J -P-5-H-H-H-H- THE PERRIGO RECITAL. A Splendid Program Prepared For this Evening's Entertainment The violin recital at the Goodwin opera house this evening under the auspices of the Congregational c'lvrrh ladies, gives promise of being an event of much nit-rit. Prof. Perrigo will be assisted bv Miss Laura Schmidt, ao companist and a ladies trio. The con cert v.i!I commence pt eight o'clock and tickets are now on sale at H;i low ers drug store. The :rice of at1 mis sion is 35 cents. Prof. Perrigo, the principal perform er in the recital this evening is rated TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. ; ; i ; H H-l-H-H' I 1 I 1 1 1 I M l Mason Jars Galore at t PARRY'S Cash Store 1 1 1 i i nun i-i"H 1 1 1 ; 1 1 ; nw ' Best In the West. Standard Bred, Trap Nested Poultry. Eggs, per setting, dur ing May, (1.00; 4.00 per hundred. CALLA-DALE POUL TRY FARM. C. W. Alexander, Prop. Tempe, Arizona. Every woman covets a shapely figure, and many of them de plore the loss of their girlish forms after mar riage. The bearing of children is often destructive to the can be avoided Dy tne use ot II CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA 231 as one of the best violinists in the west at the present time. The Mon owi. Pa., News says of him; "Edouard Perrigo is a wonderful violinist and has ability and talents the eoual of which is rarely met with. He played several famous selections which were well received." The following program has b en prepared for this evening: Trio "Over the Water".. E. S. Hornier . Mrs. P.. P. Daggs. Miss Nellie Mc Neil and Miss Josephine Palmer. "Son of the Puszta" (Hungarian)... ..... ...Ktiler Bela. (a) Cavalleria Rusticana... .Mascagnl mh) Polnisch, Op. 62 No. 9 Mendelssohn (c) . Regrets ....... i. Vleuxtemps Prof. Edouard E. Perrigo. Duette "Oh! Wert Thou in the Cauld Biast" Mendelssohn Misses Palmer and McNeil.' (a) "After Sunset" (G stringj . .Trvos (b) Legerde Wienlawskl Prof. Edouard E. Perrigo. Piano Solo "The Butterfly" : . .Mogzkowski Miss Laura Schmidt. "Old Folks at Home" (Concert Fan- ta-sie) Stobbe Prof. Edouard E. Perrigo. Hodnett and Carr. resident under takers and embalmers. Phone 1T9. THIS AFTERNOON OFF. The move that was instituted the first of the week for Friday afternoon closing of business houses, has met with much favor. Yesterday after noon the agreement had been Migned by every business man in town and the' hew rule will go into effect at noon today and will continue through out the hot inopths. The movement was started by he' clerks of the ton but met with the approval of practic ally all the business men, Who Were as anxious as the clerk to have half a day's rest one day a week beside Sunday. TWO BUNCHES OF CATTLE Both Herds Were Lessened on Their Way to the Valley. Two good sired bunches of range cattle were brought to the valley this week and have been sold to Tempe parties. Randall brothers of Pine liVCCJ II II II U Crsek arrived Wednesday afternoon with 181 head of f-vo and three year old steers. They vere sold to Thos. Dennis. Guy Barkdol of Rye got In yesterday wlthl(3 head which were Bold to The Arizona Cattle Co. By a curious coincidence, both herds were considerably diminished on the way down. The Pine creek bunch was corraled the first niKht out and during the night broke down one Bide of the enclosure and the largest part of the herd escaped. As many as could be located were hurriedly gathered to gether again, but the size of the h'-rd was lessened 60 odd head. The P.ark dol party had trouble at Sugar Loaf. The cattle, were , being over night where there was no corral. Some thing caused them to stampede and forty head got away. A BULL DOG RECOVERED Once again has The Republican been the medium through which lost prop erty has been recovered. It will be re membered that a short time ago S. C. Thompson's white bull dog disappear ed. Mr. Thompson valued the dog highly and when he saw an ad in this paper to the effect that a certain party had a stray dog that answered the description of the missing one, he lost no time in making a trip to the place. It was his dog. NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP. T. J. Goodwin yesterday started work on a netv blacksmith shop on the corner of Mill avenue and 7th street. The shop will be occupied by Jas. Hanna and the shop left vacant by him will be taken by T. J. Parry who will close his shop at the Mill avenue station. FROST IN JUNE. It is suggested that the boarl of trade include in the booklet it IS hav ing prepared, a paragraph or two 'on the subject of Tempe as a summer re sort. It is hard to imagine that tl:l4 Is the first week In June. Early riseis yesterday morning Insist -that there was a slight frost. Whether that may bo or not. however, the fact remains that Wednesday night was a mighty cool night for this time of the year and olr times proclaim that the like is not within their remembrance. GOT FIFTEEN DAYS. A. J. Cunningham became Imbued with the Idea late Wednesday night that he was a man of vocal talent. He displayed this talent to such an extent about the hour of midnight that down town residents were greatly disturbed. An officer arose and taking Mr. Cnn ningham into custody, put a sudden end to his outburst of song. Yester day he drew fifteen day." from Justice Nielsen. SHORT NOTES OF NEWS. J. M. Ruthrauff of Tucsoii was reg istered at the Casa Loma yesterday. Wui. Carver, while working at the normal yesterday, ran a nail through his foot, making a painful wound. K.. L. Aluinord of Mesa spent yes terday afternoon here on cantaloupe business. Word ww received here yeterday that r. A. Milieu of Enterprise, form erly of this placo had been suddenly called lo Washington by the critical illness of his father. Miss Lottie Mullen returned Wed nesday morning from Tucson where she was tire guent f Miss Alice-2ur-now, for a few. days. , , ' . Miss Maude Stewart and Mrs. M. W. Wtewart arrived here yesterday from Mayer. Miss Stewart haa ,bwn sp ending ,a. pionth thero' JttiVu litr brother and hfs vife and Mrs? Stewart will visit here for a time with her mother, 'Mrs. J. H. Harris. . ' t ; o j-fr H"H"M"M"l I ! H-H-S-H..;, ,;;. MESA M"M"M"M"l4 INTENSIVE FARMING Facts and Figures Showing What Has Been Accomplished on a Small Area. In the matterof valley development and the influx of a greater population, the question of intensive farming has often been a subject of discussion, and the quantity of ground necessary for supporting an average sized family comfortably. ' In view of this the following facts obtained from Richard Van Meter, a farmer residing a short distance north west of Mesa are of interest. About the 15th of February last Mr.' Van Meter purchased of L. B. Johnson, four sacks of potatoes to be used as seed, these costing him the sum of J14.90. Within 70 days, or before the first of May, this crop was marketed, netting the producer $Srt.on, besides the culls which were utilized In other ways. From $15.00 worth of bermuda onion sets, Mr. Van Meter harvested 80 sacks for the first marketing on which he realized $2.50 per sack, and in the later harvest of this vegetable, $1.Q0 per sack was received. The total crop harvested by Mr. Van Meter reached approximately 100 sacks. This amount of Bermudas was produced In twenty seven rows, each of which averaged about 75 feet in length. Planted by the side of these onions were four rows planted in cabbage, from which Mr. Van Meter has already disposed of $12.00 worth, besides those consumed In his household. All of the foregoing crops hav been produced on a plot of ground 150 feet square. . Sinco the harvesting of these early crops, this ground has been reculti Vated and it is now planted In. sweet potatoes and sweet peppers. This is only one of the "many instances that could be cited along this line of .in tensive farming and proves conclu sively what can be accomplished when this method of farming becomes gen eral. WELL BEING SUNG FOR IRRIGA TION. S. L. Brown formerly of Bisbee, who recently came to the valley and pur chased 80 acres of desert land four and one-half miles east of town. Is en gaged in sinking a large well on his property, which, when completed will be utilized for irrigation purposes. It is Mr. Brown's intention to sink this well to a depth of 150 feet, and instaH a nine inch dees-well Alamo I X ,"v s ' pump, with eight tneh piping.- This will be operated by a 12 horse-power gasoline engine. The flow furnished will be between 12,000 and 14.000 gal lons of water per hour; with which flow Mr. Brown expects to be able to irrigate his land. Mr. Brown has a good knowledge of what can be accomplished with these pumps, as lie has spent" the last ten years in the mines at Bisbee, and during this time, his specific work was timbering the mines, and so was en abled to become acquainted with the methods adopted in pumping large volumes of water. DELEGATES LEAVING FOR UTAH. A number of the M. I. A. delegates for the convention, which will be held next week in Salt Lake City,' Utah, will leave on the early train this morning for their destination, going via the Southern Pacific. i Those' who go today are: Miio Shall, representing Lehl. and Miss Mary Mil lett and Henry Meyers of Alma; Miss Charlotte Slmpkins and Mrs. Ramsey and child of Mesa. Those who will leave tomorrow are: Mrs. C. M. Phelps, A. P. Mortlson, and Miss De borah Allen. The latter was accom panied by Wesley Lewis, who will vis it with his aunt, Mrs. John T. Ritter in Ogden. Mr. Mortisen goes as dele gate representing the young men of this organization, and Miss Allen will represent the young ladies. ' THE SINGLE HORSE WON. One of the most remarkable feats In the way of a tug-of-war occurred on the outskirts of Mesa on Wednesday shortly before sundown. For some time there has been considerable con tention between Thomas Parker who owns a large iron-gray horse weighing 1700 pounds and V. E. mith who owns a U-am of horses which will average 1250 pounds a piece, as to the relative strength of Smith's two animals against the one owned by Parker, and happening to meet Wed nesday evening a wager of $10.00 was put up by each to settle the matter.. Parker's horse was hitched to a single-tr-e, fastened to the iron hook on the front end of the wagon-tongue, and the double-trees of the ' wagon were fastened to the rear axles, and to these Smith's span was hitched. At a given signal, the three animals be gan pulling for dear life. For a few seconds the wagon remained motion less us if undecided which way to go, finally giving away before the resist less lug of the Parker animal, the wagon with the Smith horses pulling In the opposite ilirection started, all going towards Temiw, in which direc tion the Iron gray was headed. Mr. Parker pocketed the wager in high glee, and wolked off proudly leading the victor. MEMORIAL DAY OF ORDERS The. following order has" been issued to the members of Damon Lodge K: of I., of Jfsa..;i c-" - - 1 i ' Castle Hall; butnon- Lodge. K. of P.. . Mi'sa. June. 4th, 1K Dear Sir and brother. Next Sunday June 7th, has becm decided upon us memorial day by the local lodges. Tht Independent order of Odd Fellows and the Woodmen of JJie World 'will' meet with us at the hall at 2:30 P. M.'and immediately 1 proceed to the cemetery whece the., otiialitlio mrvioe -wM i observed. There are six Knights slt aj. uut Uwm it-fct- tiw.fi-i-tiWyilisni for us to decorate those graves and exemplify one of the must, sacred ohrrjeTeriJic givfiv Jp ';niS- kind. A1l'friends of the order are Wei corue. . . j.r,T5 t Yours tVafernallyr . '; CHAS. F. JONES. .'; i'"'K- "f R- & s- It is understood thatthese memorial services will be pnrtlcipated In bv the Independent Older of odd Fellows unH the :Woolmn of the World. : -: , TOWN BRIEFS. ' ' -''v Mrs. George Tracy Tress was a pas senger to Phoenix yesterday afternoon going on a shopping trip. Mrs. Ellis Johnson upon whom an operation was performed on Wednes day last. Is r.-ported as improving. Mrs. V. A. Kimball visited the Cap ital city yesterday on personal busi ness, returning home in the evening. Mrs. Ida Kirkwoid, of Phoenix, a sister of Mrs. John Hlair is here as the guest of the latter and of her mother Mrs. J. D. Hobsun. She will remain for several days. Word has been received from John Nelson, by friends here that the moun tains in the vicinity of WJnsIow. near wiiich place .Mr. and Mrs. Nelson an; spending the summer, have been cov ered with sno'.v two or three times during their stay there, w hich ' has been about a month, and that it has been altogether too cool for comfort ut their camp. Pert Winger, agent for the Wells Fargo Express company here, return ed from Los Angeles Wednesday. Mrs. Winger remained at Pasadena, where she will spemr-the summer months. George Kirkland was a passenger for Roosevelt Vesterday morning, go ing by stage. He will be employed at O'F.ourke's camp at that place. W. B. Collom,-a mining man with Interests In the Upper Tonto Basin, went to Roosevelt yesterday morning, accompanied by Mrs. Collom. R. S. Longmore reports ha vine ob served a light covering of frost on the ground at his ranch early yesterday morning. No damage is reported, however. Thomas Wing, .proprietor of a res- taurant at Roosevelt, who has been In Me.s'a on business, returned to the former place yesterday. His Gqnarous Offer. It was In a colored church in one of the rural counties of Virgina. The pastor was fervent, but he was long in his sermons, while his flock was often short on patience. One particular Sun day he broke all his records. His sub ject was the prophets. He had gone through a long list, giving the genea logy of each, hia career from bnvhnod to old age, his family relations, his work, his prophecies, - his influence, and numberless other points until the audience was wenry. ' "We hab now come, my belubbed breddern and sisters to the second half of our discourse.! We will now take up de minor phophets. De fust is Ma lachl. Now, what place shall we gib to Malachl?" There came a clear voice from an irreverent worshipper in one of the back seats: "Oh, say, Brudder Jones, give Malachi my place, l'se dead tired and l'se gwine home." FIFTEEN HSlF KEEN SUFFERING Rheumatism Developed Burning," Painful Sores on Legs Tortured Day and Night Tried All Kinds . of Remedies to No Avail Wife . Had Debility and Pains in Back. BOTH USED CUTICURA AND ARE WELL-AGAIN "My husband had been great suf ferer with rheumatftm for nearly fifteen years.. At first it was in his bones, but after a while ic was in the flesh' and finally running sores-'-broie. out on his. let, from below the kuces to the ankies. There are no words to-tU all th dis-i comfort and great suffering he had. to endure night and day. : He used very' kind of remedy and three physicians treated him, one after the other, with out any good results whatever. So one dav I happeued to read about Cuticura Remedies. I asked him if he wSuld not try them. "No," said he, 'it's no tise, I've spent enough money now.' T'.e next day I ordered five dollars' worth of Cuticura Soap, Cuti cura Ointment, and Cuticura Resolvent. He began to use them without confi dence but after three weeks all the sores were dried up. The burning fire stopped, and the pains became bearable. After thn-o months he was finite well. Two years later the pains and sores came back after he had been working hard and had taken cold. But as soon as he used Cuticura again it cured him. Two years ago I used Cuticura Pills for general debility. They did me a great d-al of good and made me weU. 'Fhree months since I had pains in my back and Cuticura took them away. too. I can prove this toti monial' at any time. Mrs. V. V. AIlert, Upper Frenc hville, Me., July 21, 1W7." A Single Treatment Consisting of a warm bath with Cuti cura Soap, a g-fitlo application of Cuti cura Ointmenf. and a mild dose of Cuticura Resolvent or Pills, is often sufficient to afford instant relief, permit re.;t and sleep, and point to a speedy cure of torturing, disfiguring eczemas, rashes, itchings, irritations, and inflam mations of the fkin and scalp, from infancy to a.e, when all else fails. Cuticura Senn (2V.J, Ointment .W ). Rmnlwnt ISO.-i. unit-I'll! -''- P" "i1 ' "' r ""W throughout th world. Hotter Uri htni. Corp. hot- Pror . :i7 rolumou Ave.. Uoiion. mr Uatied tree, Cuticura Uouk on stun Diseases. Rich Returns. "That articje ought to bring you in a barrel of nioni-y." "Hut how can I make sure of that?" "liy spending u keg In advertising." MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. ALHAMBRA HOTEL . Mesa, Arizona. Now management. Cuisine first-class. Sample rooms for commercial men. D. J. McCAULEY. .r ' HOLD DAY'S SPECIAL, ' .' ' Kor the next few days we are giv ing sp.cial attention to the finest lee Cream ever made in Mesa try it. It's ours. ' ' . Famous Tutti Frutti lee Cream. M. P. HOLLIDAY, MESA. ,20 acres, 4 share Utah water, J1000 brick house, 2 wells cased 150 ft. deep, good shade orchard all fenced. . acres In garden. Price $3J00.00. . 160 acres at J',0.00 per acre. 100 acres -can be irrigated under -Mea canal balance under New Gov't, canal Joins land held at J150.00 per acre. Also 5, 10. 20, 40, 80, 160 acre tracts. Money to Loan. Pomeroy-Guthrie Realty Co. Oldest Agency in Mesa. 1st door east of P.O Mesa. Arizona, n i IoI"HH-HIHt' f MESA HOTEL ) Europtan plan. Large, clean X '. '. airy rooms. Good restaurants j nearby. Everything First class. T L. V. CUTHtRIE. J PROPRIETOR. ,,lIoI,ot,,o,,ii,.il;.H"ioI"!oloioi..;..;.,i.,iiIllt. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF MEDALLION GOLD MINES COMPANY. Know All Men bv These Presents: That we, W. P. Dunham, E. G. Thom as and J. R. Talpey, have associated ourselves together as a company, un der the name and stvle of Medallion Gold Mines Company, for the purpose of becoming a body corporate and politic, under and by virtue of the laws of the territory of Arizona, and In &f rordance with the provisions of the laws of said territory, we do hereby make, execute and acknowledge in triplicate, this certificate in writing of our intentions so to become a body corporate, under and by virtue of said laws. First: The corporate name and style of our said company shall be ' Medal lion Gold -Mines Company." Second: The object for which our said company is formed and incorpor I & DESIGNS. M ated Is for the purpose of discovering, locating, buying, acquiring by lease and leasing, bonding, selling, operat ing and disposing of all kinds of min ing claims, mining properties and mines, machinery and applicanes; and the mining and selling of all kinds of ores: and of prospecting, exploring, discovering and locating lodes and veins, bodies and masses of mineral of all kinds, and using, occupying, de veloping, enjoying, working and pos sessing the same; and of acquiring mineral location sites, town slles and mill sites, and sites and privileges of all kinds under the mineral and land laws of the United States and the va rious states and territories thereof? and in the Republic of Mexico;, locat ing, driving, owning and operating tunnels for the purpose pf discovering, veins, lodes and bodies of ore, drain ing mines and mining properties': and for tramway purposes and for trans porting 'for hire of ore, wate and other materials through said tunnels: and purchasing, .owning and using all necessary real and personal property Incidental thereto; and to buy, own, control, erect, lease and use, operate and enjoy' smelting and concentrating plants and mills, and processes of all kinds tor the treatment and reducing of ores, and saving and obtaining val ues from all kinds of mineral bearing rock, earth and ores, and of doing any and all things that may be proper, useful and necessary or requisite to carry on a general mining and milling. smelting and ore-reducing business; and to buy and sell ore of all kinds containing precious minerals and metals; and of owning any and all kinds of property, real, personal and leased, necessary to the proper con duct of said business; and of doing any and all things useful, necessary or requisite to carry into effect the business purposes for which the said company is-formed; and fur-tho pur pose' of buying, acquiring'bi' location, acquiring by lease and leasing, bond ing, selling, operating and disposing of water rights and privileges; and to construct and oerate electric light plants, electric power . plants, water power plants and all kinds of plants for the purpose of employing water in the manufacture of power and ; light ing; and to construct and operate pipe, lines for the . purpose of conveying water, and for the purpose of selling the water that may be conveyed by such pipe lines; and for the7 purpose of selling, leasing, renting, and in gen eral disposing of water power, elec tric power and electric lights: and to construct and operate railroads, tram ways, turnpikes and canals, d.ims and reservoirs, leading to or from the prin cipal works and other places of busi ness of this company, to navigable streams and existing railroad, turn pikes and public highways, as allowed by the statutes of the territory of Ari zona: and to build, equip and operate telegraph and telephone lines for the purpose of facilitating the business of the company and for profit; to carry, on a general commercial and merchan dising trasim?sr..and to maintain stores and other necessary institutions inci dent to said merchandising -business: to acquire, use find 'operate water and ditch rights and privileges of every kind and nature whatsoever for profit and otherwise; and to do any 'and ail things useful, necessary or requi site to operate the same and to carry out any of the purposes for which said company is formed. '' Third: The capital stck 'of our said company shall ie one million dol lars ( Jl.dim.OiMi.uO) divided into" one million l.otMMfi0) shares of the par value of , one dollar A$l.u) for each share, and said stock shall bo issued full paid and . non-assessable. .at such time or times as the board of directors may -designate, in exchange for cash, property, services or other valuable right r thine, andthe judgment of the board or directors, in the absence of actual fraud, shall Te conclusive. Fourth: Our Paid conYnaiiy Is to exist for the term of twenty-five ;:,) years, and my be renewed at Kie ex piration of that time. Fifth: The affairs and management of our said company is to be under the control of a board of seven (7) direc tors, and TV. P. Dunham, E. G. Thom as, G. A. Whiteford, C. F. Schilling, George Bayly, J. It Talpey and Sam uel C. Pierce are hereby selected to act as said d:rei'rs, and to manage all affairs and concerns of said com pany during the first year of its ex istence, and until their successors are duly elected and qualified. Sixth: The operations of our said company will be carried on in the ter ritory of Arizona, and in other states and territories of the United States of America and Republic of Mexico; -and the principal place and business office of said company shall be located "In the city of Phoenix, county of Mari copa, and territory ofArizona afore said. Branch offices may be estab lished In snch other cities of the United States and eleswhere, as the board of directors may designate by by-laws or resolutions; and meetings of the board of directors or stockhold ers may be held at such points outside of the territory of Arizona, and at such times as the best intersts of the com pany may require. The principal place of business outside the city of Phoe nix, shall be the city of Los Angeles, California. Seventh: The board of directors shall have the power to make such prudential by-laws as they may deem proper for the management of the af fairs of this company, and snhject to the approval of the stockholders of the company, according to the statute of the territory of Arizona, in such case made and provided. Eighth: The private property of members and stockholders of our said, company shall be exempt from liabil ity for corporate debts of the company, except as provided by the laws of the territory of Arizona. The highest in debtedness or liability, direct or con tingent, to which the corporation is at an time to be subject, shall in no case exceed two-thirds (2-3) of the amount of the capital stock thereof. .In testimony whereof, .we have here unto set our hands and seals, this seventh day of May, l!)os. A. D. W. P. DUNHAM, (Seal ) E. G. THOMAS, (Seal.) J. R. TALFEY, (Seal.) State of California, County of Los Angeles, ss. On this 7th day of May in the year one thousand nine hundred and eight, A. D., before me, Mary M. Dillon, a notary public in and for said county of Los Angeles, state of California, re siding therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared W. P. Dunham, E. G. Thomas, and J. R. Tal- pey. personally known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within instrument, and acknuwl- edged to me that they executed the same for the jmrposes and - conslder tions therein expressed. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and iear in this certifi cate first above written. MARY M. DILLON, Notary public in and for the county of Los Angeles, state of California. My commission expires April 1st, 1911. I':': The White House f ;GlothingCo. I 214-216 E. Wash. St. ? We are making a specialty of 4 India Linens"' in black and t white and plain and figured lawns. A great variety of long, short and riding gloves for ladies. Our line of suits for gentle men is complete. A full line of trousers for summer wear. A full line of trunks and suit j X cases. t GOOD MEATS ! w e nave tne only meat mar- -a X ket in Phoenix handling - only 4- strictly firstclass Steer Meat. J All- -kinds..; pf- fancy " cdoked i. meats jellied, corned beef jel- y lied head cheese,'' niineoil corned IS y beef -ir-bIocks-. ' The only origi- X nal Juicy boiled ham. Beef, jr veal, mutton, pork only first- , T class, meats. f. PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET, f arid wnrklngrnan's friend, X T PETER SEEGER, Prop. . ?,0 W. Wash. . Phone Blk... 1141. The HOFFMAN Everthing First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. Farmers, Miners and City Buyers A big stock of ' Canned Goods, Fruits and M?ats, Bacon and Ham, Just received 'all ' fresh and to be sold at lowest cash . prices. '." PRANIiGRIEBEL'S City Delivery. Phone and see. EU-220 W. Wathingtan St.. ... Phem 43 . . Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmers. Lady Assistant. 19 West Adams Street . Telephone Mais 122. You Must Stop FOR A COOL ROOM ANO A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE ' MARICOPA.' ARIZONA,. '. T - . ". i Plan to visit Yosemite Valley j this season. It is a quick, com- T jjj . fortablo trip, via !- I Yosemite Valley I Railroad 5. An ideal outing in the Sierras J . amid the grandeurs of Tosem- V ? ite. Cost reduced to popular $ X prices. Ample hotel and board- X ing camp accommodations. j Write for descriptive folder. X jjj FOR TICKETS AND CONNEC- TIONS SEE SOUTHERN PA CIFIC OR SANTA FE OR AD DRESS O. W. LEHMER, TRAFFIC MANAGER, MER CED, CAL. I WANTED t t X To Borrow S2750.00 on new residence in best resi dence district; S per cent. 3 years. Property worth double. No commission. Address Own er, care Republican. 5 Sw