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?THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAYMORNINGAUOTST 18, 1910.
rv-v. . .
We Drill Wells and
Erect Pumping Plants
Complete . . . .
ADVERTISEMENTS RUNNING LESS THAN
ONE MONTH MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE.
AUCTION C. O. McMurtry. expe
rienced Jlvcstock auctioneer: call
sales anywhere in "the -territory at
reasonable rate. See him beforo
making your dates. Office 15 North
First Ave. Tel. B. 3931. tf
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
DR. FQOTBS EYE SHARPENER
can do no harm to the eyes: brings
new bloud npf nerve, relieving stag
natii)tarid setting ur motion; stag
nation is death. Price $2. 448 W.
Washington st. . gb
MKS. iVXNA I. HENDERSON.
'dressmaker,,. will reopen her dress-;
making parlpr for the season of 1910
and 1911. on Monday, August 15
where she will be pleased to meet all
of her customers. Mrs. Anna I. Hen-
'derson. 230 N. Third St. dr
SITUATION WANTED By middle
I aged lady, position as housekeeper or
at dining room work; good referonces
required and given. Address 497, care
WANTED Situation. by. machinist.
Address Box 496, Republican. db
, EXPERIENCED private detective:
IP yearn; have worked., in Arizona.
Handles mining, legal cases and in
vestigation. City reference. Address
Box 495, Republican. br
JUST RECEIVED Carload of new
transfer wagons, four new small
drays, five .new floats, a low spring
furniture wagon built l.ike a, van, a
heavy ball-bearing dray capable of
hauling 30,000 lbs., anda freight
wagon. This, added up-to-dato equip
ment will allow us -to. give better
transfer service than ever before.
The Lightning Delivery, with its
present equipment and capable men,
well be able to take care of any job,
no matter how large or how small.
Telephone Main 1C. tf
YOUNG MAN WANTS position on
ranch. Experience on valley fruit
ranch; can milk. Address 4J4, caro
COOK WANTED SITUATION at
cooking; guarantee satisfactory. 487
. f.'cputllcan. bp
YOUNG MAN Experienced book
keeper and salesman, formerly In gen
eral merchandise business for him
self, desires position In country store.
Will invest. Address Box 491, Re
WANTED Position as groccryman
or general merchandise experienced
buyer and manager. Willing to ac
cept fair offer with chance of ad
vancement. A No. 1 references. If
required. Address 492, care Repub
PROFESSIONAL AND -BUSINESS!
v LAND SCRIP
Scrip furnished and locations made.
Address Seth E. Hazzard, P. O. Box
1183, Bisbce, Arizona. "
, ONE-THIRD off Hog collars; SI
sizes and prices. Harry Friedman, 40
s Center Bt
ACCOUNTANT Opening, closing
and systematizing books. -Correct re
eults guaranteed. E. C. VAUGHN,
Tel. Red 3931; office-No; -17-N. 1st
ave.; P. O. Box 304.
-ft ; r .!
LAWN MOWERS sharpened by .us
cut. Give us a trial. and toe .con
vlnced. Called, for and delivered
Phoenix Cycle Co., 133 North Center
at. Phone, Main 84.
FIRST-CLASS housekeeper would
like position on ranch or out of town.
Address P.. care Republican. bm
FOR QUICK WORK; hauling and
WANTED Call at Japanese Club,
.nnct I'l 11 nrroni.r nnv 1 Tl fl tf I t MT1 Slf PIT 1 n rf 1 1 fhfl f"Vin an! I flfi t Off
TtUP VMTII I IPU llnllOP .)- Mn I """ fc,cww ""J ....... . o . .
worm i-ounn Ave. lioaru wun or Red 4S2U opposite Adams Hotel, lie N. Center.
wunout rooms, special rates to cou- I
Dies or friends In one room. The WANTED Position b experienced
house has been remodeled and ren
ovated. Screen rooms added. Mrs.
R. G. Phillips, Prop. tf
NOTICE to real estate dealers. I
withdraw my property from the
market. S. L. Graham. bs
WANTED Pupils for private class
either day or night. Address 524
South First avenue. db
FOR RENT Piano; beautiful tone;
$4 month. G07 West Monroe. bp
HAVE you a ranch, store, house or
room for rent? List with us; we
MRS. 'ELIZA A. EDWARDS EX-
hand to take care of rooming house. PERI ENCED CARD READER. SEE8
Miss Lotta Farleigh, Box d Phoenix. PAST, PR8ENT AND FUTURE. LA-
Arizona. PIES, Z5c; QNTLMN, 50c. 223 BU
CHANAN 8T, CORNR THIRD.
SITUATION WANTED By expert
bookkeeper; 15 years with large com- 1 DR. W. S. LOWE, Veterinarian. Of
panles; highest credentials for ability flee 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone Red
and integrity. Present employed. 3931 Rps. Phone, nounty 44.
Address H. X. P., Deemor,
AUCTION 2 miles west and 2
miles north of Cartwright school
house; also 3 .miles south and 2
miles west of Glendale, Friday, Aug
ust 19, commencing at 10 A. M., I
w'ill sell the following described
property,: 70 head qf "dairy cattle;
.consisting of 34 head of A No. 1
dairy cows; 'Holsteins and Durhams
-Jo head, of same practically fresh
"as., good a money-producing herd as
there Is in . the valley; 6 head of
ldng-yearllng heifers, will all be
fresh in from 30 to 60 days; a0
head of yearling heifers, a splendid
bunch; 20 head of calves from 1
week to 4 months old; 2 all-p'urpos
mares; 4 hogs; U. S. separator; 1 dozen
ducks and .a. number of other artir
cles. I haVe bought a home and
need .the money to complete my.
payments arid for that reason every
article advertised will positively be
sold. I will forfeit $100.00 for any
article advertised above that. Is sold
before the--sale, or that" is not -put
up at sale Jand sold for. the high
dSllar. I shall give the public a:
squares-deal ."and depend "on gettingt
same from them. Free 'lunch'' fpr ail
noonJXerms -All sums of . J25"
and imderr'j.'asK; over-$25 -a -credit
ofv 6 months '-will be given ' purchaser
giving approved. 10." per cent ftofeTbe
fbre removing property; 2 per cent
discount for cash. Final settlements
ojh all property -will be made on -the
ground at ciose pi saie. .airs. j. t.
fraw.knis, owner; S. G:- Rogers, auc
tioneer; phone Sub. -219;- .phonest of
fice. Main 164; res.. Sub. 72.- I wfll
sfcil at tne'sanie. .time iinS nlace.ahd
fih -the. sanie terms for Mr. -C- C.
(Jreen, 5 dairy cow;?,. 1 team larjje
irejl mated draft colts, 1 saddle mare
The house vou want ia the house
We got. and funny, too. we can get "ave lne tenants, uesert lanaa ana
It for you at the price you care
We make money, so why can't we
Make it for you?
We" have a very desirable house.
In a very desirable place, and
Strictly up-to-date: if you
Want a nice home you had better
A ten-acre ranfch, two and a half
Miles from town; some alfalfa.
Some shade, some fruit trees, some
house, and all fenced, at $1800
1800 -cash. . ,
homesteads a specialty. Phoenix Em
ployment Agency and Realty Co., 46
North First 'street db
SPECIAL SCHOOL for backward
pupils and others, lacking opportunity.
Best and quickest methods; good
terms; everything taught; day nnd
evening. The Co okes, 609 E, Adams
st. Call. tf
HAVE you a room, house, store or
ranch to -rent? List it here. We
have the tenants. See Johnston, at
Dick Erdmans' Real Estate Office,
42-44 North First St. 9-m
THE ELLIOT EVANS CO.,
15 E. Adams St.
.FIND OUT what your Child Is fit
ted for. That's the beginning of suc
cess. . aee the uookes, sua a. Adams
BANNING Sanatorium for tubercu-
lara only- Banning, So. California. On
I edge of- desert and 2.300 feet high;
! Ideal combination of mountain and
desert air.- Low rates, $37.50 to $55
month. Medical attention by special
ists., Remarkable cure record. tf
-DAISY FLY KILLER. 20c. AIbo by
160 acres 10 miles west; ..good two- mall. A., L. Boehmer's Busy Drug
story. .-.fram house; fine sorchard; j Stor,e.
fenced and cross fenced, owner
.wants to . sell. Price, .$150 per .acre.
. 40acres, five miles west; home.lm-
-provements; 30 acres .In alfalfa
T"Mce,- $2z5 peracre," Easy terms.
CELERY SODA cures headache and
BUCKEYE Livery. Bus & Transfer
Co, ' Everything first-class. Buckeye.
J. W. CRENSHAW, attorney at
law. General practice in all 'the courts
WANTED Situation by A No. 1 J and U. S. land office. Special atten-
Chlneso cook; fainllv restaurant. I tion given to corporation, mining and
hotel or camp. Address Box 472. Ite- probate law. Office 211 Fleming
publican. tf building, .Phoenix, Arizona.
DR. H. O. RAMSEY, veterinary
surgeon and dentist. Office cor. 1st
ave and Jefferson fit. Phone Block
9001. Residence 240 West Jefferson
WANTED TO RENT Wagon and
t0' week" 'r H.UnUng ""d st. Phone R la 8771
.iuiiiiih- Atiuresa u. 11.. i'., cure jie-
WANTED TO BUY
$2000 worth of second hand furni
ture at once; will pay the highest 3CrIp for
t-usn price ior anytning oi value, or
will sell your goods for you at auc
tion. Call and see us. Bargain
FEN S. HILDRETH, Land, Mining
and Irrigation Law, room 20, Fleming
Block; P. O. Box 847; telephone- Red
3021. Phoenix, Arizona Publla land
LADIES" TOILET PARLOR Sham
pooing, elective massage treatment.
Auction House. 24 West' Jefferson ,r,ey JSh'riSsr- 32 E&Bt Adams St-
v Ais-risiu to "rent. 100 or 150 acre
alfalfa ranch within 3 or 4 miles of
Phoenix. Address K. Kawatsu, Gen.
MASSAGE Mrs, M. E. Miller, 72
HEAVY HAULING AND DRAY-
do IN Q. Pioneer Transfer & Storage
AMED TO Rh.NT Five or six Oulblf and cu-of.il wnrk M.rntl .
room unfurnished house. Address I
Box 712, City, or phone Main 88, be- WALL PAPJ2R, Paints and Var-
tween hours of nine and four. j,r nisnes, AiabaBtine, Brushes, eta, etc.
HnVfl nnr mnn rail i n pluo van f atf
WANTED TO rent-fjom 40 tO 80 nn rinrotl- U nrtr nr.
acres, part of it or all In alfalfa. rw,.ia-M,- t.u.;'
Address R. M. Miller, Glendale P. O.,
Arizona. ds KELTY COLLECTION AGENCY,
Fleming Biag., suite 401-402, ihoe-
WANTED TAvo boarders in pri- nii. i-t, phnn ri0t, ooi,
vate family. Will furulbh good horse 2 : .. "
and buetrv. Two blockH from oar tiEAVY .HAULING AND DRAY-
One and one-half miles out. No sick" m' p ioneer. Transfer . Storage Co.,
need apply. Price, -412.50. Address 42 H-. Center, Telephone Main 74.
Mrs. Morris, corner Virginia and Cen
Quick nnd careful. wirk Kuaranteed.
Best Buys In The Valley
40 acres, in good stand alfalfa, good neighborhood, close to school
and church, for $150 per aqre. Land adjacent to thl3 haa been
selling for from $175 to $200 per acre
320 acres - in very . good location tf? $100. per acre; land next to
,thia is selling foe $150 per acre. 40 acres Orarlge land well lo
cated for $150 per acre. 160 acres In cultivation S. E. of Mesa
$75 per acre. 320 acres S. E. of Mesa "B" Class $50 per acre.
Nice lot in Athena Place for $550.00.
E. front N. Third Ave. in Bennett Place 62 ft. x 140, $175.00.
Choice lot 70x190 in East Evergeen Addition for $700.00, the best
and cheapest in Phoenix are these East Evergreen .lots. Good,
corner on Washington St, three, lots,' only $4500. Terms - on all
of the above. '
MONEY TO LOAN.
E. J. Bennitt & Co.
way of the Arizona and California
Railroad, all situated In the County
of Yuma, In the Territory of Ari
zona, Phoenix I .and District, and that
said proof will be made before the
Register and Receiver of the United
States Iind Office at Phoenix. Ari
zona, on 23rd -day of September,
1910, and he names as his witnesses
in-making such proof:
Edward L. Stewart, of Wenden,
Frank Graham, of Wenden, Ari
Mark E. Jo'sephl, of Weuden. Ari
M. M. Briggs, of Wendep, Arizona.
FRANK H. PARKER,
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.
BE IT KNOWN, That we. O. Saito.
K. Kawatsu and T. Hibino, do hereby
associate ourselves together and form
a corporation under Chapter II of Ti
tle XIII, Revised Statutes of Arizona,
1001, and acts amendatcjrj thereto, j
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Denver, Col., Aug. 6th, 1910.
To the stockholders o.f the Leadville
and Mosquito Range Mining and Mill
ing Company: You and each of you
will please take notice that a meeting
of the stockholders of this company
will be held at 1427 Stout street in
rooms 9 and 11 at the hour of 9:30
a. m. on Friday, September 16th,
A. D. 1910, for the purpose of selling
the mining and other property of
said company, and authorizing the
Board of Directors to sell the same
under the best terms possible, to
wind up the affairs of said company
and dissolve the same as Is provided
by the laws of Arizona, and for the
transaction of such other business
as may come before Bald meeting. '
By order of the Board of Directors-
W. S. BOGART, President.
Attest: Leo Conquest, Secretary .
Mineral Application No. 011633,
and adopt the following Articles of In- Un,lted States Land Off.ce. Phoenix,
corporation: Arizona. June 28. 1910. Notice Is here-
AHTICLE I. The name- of the cor- E'ven ",ai " u
poration Is ,ns vompany, Dy 11a Aiiornty in x-aci,
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF '. W"U?B ,USL"u- a"
ipi7fi'A I dress is Phoenix, Arizona, hits made
and Its principal place of transacting application for patent to the Phoenix
business in Arizona is Phoenix. Offi- a. B 1UV." f " . .
ces may be established, business trans-
nl- and West Side Mill Sites. Mineral
-V ' . 1
jJ-jVANTErj To conduct your auc
tion sales, to list your houses, lota,
farms, eta, for quick sale; we are
selling agents for "Idylwlld" lots, and
can put you next some good, buys In
the Phoenix summer colony near the
"Mile High City;" we now have calls
for some desirable fi, to 7-room cot
tages, and If low cosh prices are
given us we can make, several quick
sales. Arizona Auction" & Develjp
thjent Co., 5 W. Washington St.
Phbne Black 9283. tf
FoR SALE REAL ESTATE
Unfurnished nouses;., desirable lo
THE. H I".-LATHAM CO,
Real Estate,- Loans, Insurance,
205 N. Center St. .Phone, Main 220'
FOR SALE MISCELANEOUS.
,-FOR SALE A No. 1 shotgun, 1
uuage. D. KrouskOp, Secpp daye, and
fadlson st. br
FOR SALE Electric fan. D. KroiiS
kop. Second a'e and Madison st. " T)
MISSION grapes for sale. . Phone
afternoons. County 110. Uk
TWO ..CHAIR barber shop outfit
for -sale cheap. -Can be seen at 1103
cornet -101, juuxiiu, unester, ace, E Tavlor. $50 takes It. br
On Jot 75x140, Chester Place, $850.
60-ocre alfalfa,, ranch, highly Im
proved, A class water, 3 miles north
west . of city, only $260 per acre. A
A fine . list pf city and. country
property , to select from
All - kinds pf fire Insurance, written
In best companies
Money to loan on real estate.
FOR" SALE 'Bicycle nfitrly new,
cost $35.00, perfect condition; se
cheap: going east. Drug store U7
East Washington St. Johnson. br
FOR SALE About two hundred
pullets, and hens. -Cheap. 736 West
Taylor. . br
FOR SALE Ball-bearing Colum
bia buggy. In good condition. Inquire
No trouble to show prop-
RELINQUISHMENT" for sale.
dress' P. O. Box 833.
MOORE, TANNEHILL & CO,
. 33 East Adams.
FOR SALE French kitchen; 6-year
lease. 11 W. Washington fit 9-bb
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
VYou want a home; here it Is: A five-
room' brick in "the northeast part of
tqjvn jn. a fine location.' and an east
froYit;Mall modern and only a few steps
ftjom the carline. This can be handled
for $400 cash, balance monthly, . for
-Iffear the library., a slx-rqpm brick,
AlC modern an'd in a tfine location.
JJbuse Is new,1 has cement wajks, and
just one blocktfrom cgrHne, A chance
toJmafcB your rent pay for.,your hornet
lnvestfgate this; $3,200.
.-Ve 'Jlave listed with us for a few
days only, in Collins,' addition, six lots
ana' ar. small 'house. Place has fina
windmill and pump and plenty of rosea.
PJentyijjf room;-to keep cow' and rals.5
cblckeh's. 'This is a bargain and a
-ppiendS Jnvfiitment--for. iLSOO-aud-can,
bhaiidled -on asy terms.
IOh 'Vst Washington - near capltoL
11 1 i .1 .-A
UQiiuiii, a iivCTrouiii cciiickl . uiui;i
house; ,VIth: -three screen sleeping
fdoms; ' porch "all around house
Bath, gas, electric lights, . cement
alks, fine .shade and "' Improved
Etbimds. on car lirie, and is certainly
ofbargaln at $3.250. -part -cash.. Owner
hieds money. apd must sell,
1$ . ... ' " ' .
GREENE A GRIFFIN REAL E8TATE
. - & INVESTMENT CO.
FOR SALE Indian runner ducks;
Mrs. Kyle, Osborn road. hn
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR SALE Bartlett Pears, 1 and
U miles south of the Capitol on the
Nelson Bradley place. Herman Gard
ner, - 9-p
WANTED Boy over 16 yrs. of
age; good opportunity To learn trade,
Carswell.J31ectricaL..Co.,-. .321 West
("Washington St. bp
Tf-.-r TinVYm n r i t 1
rw r..M-M u.uumisnea ""- SPECIAL SCHOOL Everything
v"'"6- .uum , u i. taught. The Cookes. 509 -E. Adams
.I" .S tWlfl APP'V J4 . Rt. Refer to present pupils.
it uaiuiiKiuu ur
, FOR .RENTr-Furnished room in
private family with bath and elec-.
trie lights. 145 West Monroe, opp.
Y. M. C. A. bp
FOR SALE Refreshment stand on
Grand. Ave. Cheap. Alfred J. -Thomp
son. R. No. 3, City. dp
.FOR SALE i-5-passenger .automo
tiltn In fin. .knnA nt a hn.miln Pn,
room. con,. pMcilan adVlreps Box 788, City, dp,
necieu wjin ,oain new lurnuure. Jt. t ' . ' '" '
worth Third Ave, -.brl 4 an.u ui.k,- a. ic.Sd uoui-.
' k u u i.... ... .! f oer 01 econa nuna spring wagons,
r OR..RENT Alhambra dining room.' buinrles and Burrevs: must clean thorn
and kltehtm famished complete. Mrs.jpU't;. big etdck of new runmbouts,
M. 1 ipmnpif nflAer. art? r i r , i - . - . . , - r . . .
1 DUCKODBnu. canoDV lODiica HDrinir
UNION HOTEL, 618 West Wash-1 wagons, Bain farm .wagoni-and Ir6n
ington. Rooms 50c, cotB 25c. gb.I trucks; also new -and second hand
..v,. ' ' 1 "' :" .- rf harness Those looking for bargains
FOR RENJT N.ewly furnished, cool . , h rX,,
Hh- L.,fl,nnB- ,1,rate hA aandra,Cld & Harhess Co... Van Buren at, Five,
hdf h Jill oAMVAnfflnPna if Br Tfllmrt I . --. " " '
"nr. i - . Points, Phoenix.
Thlrf 1 and Monroe Bts. - -
FOR, RENT JEAL ESTATE.
qOR SALE 50-,iicrts patented ;or,
tinge land, .located. 3 miles south1 of.
Tempe: Q.. E. ''Garner, Tempe. n9-m
FoT 'Sale-Well. .drillino outfit, the
best in Arizona. Everything complete,
mcrudinghydraulic jacks .and string
of.$9plB for wells of all sizes, from .
mcb.'ta 16-nch..Oiitfit cost, more than
$4,50L j Is good, bb new and can ,be
bought for $3,000 if taken at once.
Address Well Outfit, care Renublican,
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK.
320 ACRES AT $50Ready for FOR SALE Cheap, a good driving
crop Cheaper than rent! See our I horse. D. Krouskop, Second ave. and
big adv. on- classified page of this 1 Madison. ' br
paper. Exclusive agents for rtthis w-rtt,: sT.En,i r ,io
wagon, und set of harness. Good
camping outfit; horses are good sad
dlers. Address 510 No. 7th Ave. . br
E. J. BENNITT. & CO.
TiFOR SALE If.' you Tare-loolilhg for.
clfS'jiots, warehouse' pr6pectyt dwelling"
orl large or 8n5nicre4iie ,br busiheaa.
tttkr.fi, call:and' see wna,t I " hive ' to"
cttlt you. W. K- James, 37 North Cents-street.
FOR SALEFifteen -thoroughbred
Durham bulls ready for service;- price
reasonable. -George W. Lewis, MeSa,
Xrlero Qrbrbllefs: "also yquha; ''ducks;'.
thorou'Kbbred"rWhlte'' Indian JRunneV
WILL .buy or sell Oecldeatkr 'LlreTDuck tgia - for etttinks. Simpsonr
luiurahae stock. Let ma hear from lOfc South First Ave. Phone Black
you. Republican, Tempe. gb ! 9932.
WANTED Gasoline engine, about
five horsepower Must'be in good con
anion. 'Aa.aress y. cViJ,.uoxt..l39et
LOST A brown and white pointer
dog, has license tag 375, answers to
the name of Billy. Return to W. J.
$1.25 PER WORD Inserts classified Mlllsap. Sixth Ave. Hotel.: reward, br
aqs in 36- leading papers in U. S. Send
for list. The. Duke Advertising Agency.
427 S. Main sL. Los"Anne!ea. or 12
Qeary st. Son' Francifetfr. CaL
LOST At Tempe Date Orchard, a
package of paper very valuable to
owner. Finder please notify O. J.
Green, 608- North Ninth street and re
ceive liberal reward. bp
STENOGRAPHER wanted Call at
213 Fleming block. ds
STOLEN OR STRAYED Black
horse with spots on back, .weighing
about 1200 lbs.: saddle and work
AMhD About September 1, horse. Brand. J. H.. on left hln
garuener. wun Anzonaccxperience in Finder notify the sheriff's office or
KiuwuiK veseiauies. ensue oi Peter I. Edson. Route 1. hn
opringa to., noi springs, Arizona. 11
CAME to mv nlnce. man mw. nhniit
AVANTED-rFirst-olass bookkeeper, thre. months nm. r t? Tv'pssipr
one who m sienograpner; goou neaun; 1 r. Xo. 4. 9-bd
iuu; permanent, state experience
and send copies references. The Live-,
Wire Agency, Prescott, Arizona. br
ROOMS AND BOARD.
ivAnmu-a strong ooy wun a x'V.w i,n...lo v..,u,.
"""r ""'7 ",l.V'1"' uvi"'- sale . cheap; business calls me east;
must soil at once. New Dennis, cor
$2.50 PER DAY paid one lady In Second st and Washington. bm
tu,. iu iu uisvnuuie iree circu- THE WOODFORD Open all sum
iurs anu iae oruers tor concenirateu merv Meaj tcketB, 30 meals for $10,
T If VnHtli In 11 It ea " - nofrtirl n n f nnal. I M.
ft uiean ana cooi rooms at summer
tion. f. j-;. narr .Co., Chicago. bp ratei.
t WANTED AT ONCE 3 first class
waiters. Apply Gass Bros. Chop
House. ' t
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
bp DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
. WANTED One heulthv first class I V- P- 'Land 'Office at Phoenix, Ariz.,
barber, $15 week guaranteed; steady
work after. August 27. J. M. Vanqe,
Mesa, Ariz. dp
August 12th, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that Sarah,
E. Brady, of Cline, Arizona, who, on
February 14, lalO, made Homestead
entry. No. 09043, for WV&NEtfNWU'.
WE'f B&N VK. W E N B
WANTED An automobile mechanic
by one of -the automobile dealers in
reference9' to K ewv?k
SBHSWU. NWiiNEtlSEWSWJ and
WORKING BOYS AND 'GIRLS I EWUSEVINWM,. Section 13.
Night Bchool. Briefest and best moth-1 Township 8 N. Ranee 10 E. G & S
ods. Office, 509 E. Adams St. Drop jt n Meridian, has Hied notice' of
a card for particulars. i Intention to make final five venr
WANTED Rallwav mall clerks; I proof, to establish claim to the land
Phoenix examination November 12th l-aapvo .described, before Register and
$800 to $.1600- Preparation free. Write Receiver, at Phoenix, Arizona,- on the
immediately. Franklin Institute, 15th day of- September, 1910.
Dept. 138, Rochester, N. Y.
ORGANIZERS WANTED By a fra
ternal society that pays death bene
fits, sick nnd accident benefits, and
also issdes term and profit sharihg.
certificates. Field yet open. . Expe
rienced organizers, men or women.
will find It the best yet. Address Don.
B. Robb, VJce-P., F. tl.. Gridjey. Cal.
Claimant nanle as witnesses;
J. W. Jones, of Cline, Arizona.
G. A.- Feltori, of Roosevelt, Ariz.
Emma . Phelps, of Mesa, Arizona.
Leo Walker, of Tempe. Arizona.
FRANK, H. "PARKER,
li i 1
STABLES AND CORRAL8.
THE METROPOLITAN LIVERY.
Transfer and Horse Exchange. 42.6.
west Washington st -New buggies.
three-seated carryall and good horses',
homo of ..Rlmbault, Russell Mac, Boy-
dello and Jack Jumbo. E. F. Van.
Kirk, the LJve Wire Horseman.
Phono. Main 236.
PALO ALTO STABLES or well-
hacks and. 7.-seat era. r bUKtrles -and
showy saddle: horse-. Stevens &
Wiggins, -Phonq MaiiiJ' 73, 4th ave.,
between dama and.Washlngtpn., r
ON-, CALLrrHACXaON - C ALL--"
Golden Eagle Stable. TeL Main 61
Busses, Ambulance, Livery.
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da NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
MAKING PROOF. 1
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona.
August 12th, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that D. L.
De Vahe, a3 Probate Judge of Yuma
County, Arizona, Ikis filed notice of
Ijls Intention to make proof of his
right to, enter, under Sections 2387
to 2393, United States Revised Stat
utes and the Laws of the Territory
of Arlzona,.-the East half of the
.Northeast auartbr of Section thirty
one (3.1); the AVest hajf of the
Northwest quarter of Section thirty
two (32), all In Township six (6)
rNortht.rRangV$w.elve -,tJ2).vWest: .of
the" Gila and Salt River Base and
Meridian, and subject te the .right of
acted and meetings of stockholders and Surye' N,- -'27 A & B. in Cave Creek
directors held at such places within "lng District Maricopa County. Ari-
or outside of Arizona as the By-Laws zona. described as follows: Phoenix
of the Company shall provide. lode; Beginning at Cor. No. 1. whence
ARTICLE II. The purpose for u- ave uul'-
which this corporation Is formed Is: oea . agrees mmuiea r.. to-.
(a) To enlighten its members ami ieei: "ce o. oj uegreea
improve their minds; w- leel 10 Vr '
(b) To promote and maintain a more uBreea minuiea ouu xeci.
perfect union among the Japanese peo- ' v.or. o. j; mence . aegreea
pie and the-citizens of the United minutes E. 1401.25 feet to Cor. No.
States or America- 4 thence S. 39 degrees 22 minutes E.
fcl To nlan a e'eneral development 590.48 feet to Cor. No. 1. the place of.
nf th .T.mnnesn Interest on commerce, beginning, containing 19.112 acres.
agriculture, etc.. in the United States West Side lode: Beginning at Cor. No.
of America- whence U. S. L. M. No. 1, Cave
(d) To p'reserve and maintain the Creek District, bears S. 41 degrees 36
rights that are guaranteed by law to minutes E. 936.81 feet; thence S- 54
the Japanese in the United States of uegrees iu minuiea w- ii.:i ieet w
America. I -or- mence r. jo uegreeu 1
ARTICLE III. This association be- minutes W. 60U feet to cor. wo. 3;
ing purely a fraternal organization uience a oegrees iu minuiea xl.
there will be no capital stock. Utoi.25 reet 10 uor. mo. 4; tnence .
ARTinr.R IV. TIir time of the com- 36 degrees 7 minutes E. 600 feet to
mencement of the corporation shall be Cor. No. 1. the place of beginning, con-
the day these Articles "are "filed in ac- taming ju.i acres. i-noenix aim
cordance with law, and the termlna- Site: Beginning at Cor. No. 2. whence
tion thereof shall be twenty-five yeara U. S. L M. No. 1. Cave Creek Dls
thereafter, with privilege of renewal trict, bears S. 45 degrees 22 minutes
and right of perpetual succession as E. 1635.93 feet; thence S. 48 degrees
now provided by law. 20 minutes W. 346.76 feet to Cor. No.
ARTICLE V. The affairs of this 2; thence N. 55 degrees 35 mlnutea
corporation shall be conducted by a W. 400.34 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence
Board df not less than three nor more N. 39 degrees 59 minutes E. 329.73 feet
than fifteen Directors, by whom a. to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 5r degrees 25
President and Vice-President shall be mlnutea E. 543.30 fset to Cor. No. 1,.
elected and a Secretary nnd Treas- the place of beginning, containing
urer appointed. The Directors shall 3.878 acres. West Side Mill Site: Be- t
be elected by and from among the ginning at Cor. No. 1. whence U. S.
members on the 2nd Saturday of Janu- L. M. No. 1. Cave Creek District, bears
ary and July of each year. Until their S. 57 degrees 10 minutes E. 1694.1Q .
Buccess'ors are elected and qualified, feet thence S- 48 degrees 20 minutes
the following named persons shall be W. 418.94 feet to Cor. No. 2; thenoe
the Directors and Officers: O. Saito, N. 57 degrees 25 minutes W. 378.97 fest
K. Kawatsu and T, Hibino. . to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 32 .degrees
ARTICLE VI. The Directors shall 56 mlcutes "E. 418.87 feet to Cor. No. 4;
adopt By-Laws for the government of- thence S. 55 degrees 35 minutes E.
the corporation and may amend the 490.34 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of
same. The President shall have power beginning, containing 4.110 acres. 'Alt
to fill vacancies occurring in the said lode claims and mill sites bein?
Board from any cause, and to appoint situated In the Cavo, Creek Mining
from among their number an Execu- District, Maricopa County, Arizona, in
tive Committee which, to the extent approximately T. 7 N-. R. 4 E. un
provided by resolution or by the said surveyed, Gila and Salt River Base and
By-Laws, shall have and exercise the Meridian. The adjoining claims are.
powers granted- the Directors by tnose ixonneasi: uy me Aiasnacneiy ana
Articles. Columbia lodes. Survey No. 2685, and
ARTICLE vn. The highest amount the Phoenix Mill Site, Survey No. 753,
of Indebtedness or liability to which and surrounded On other sides by the
the corporation is at any time to sub- Public Domain. The areas in conflict
Ject itself is Five Hundred Dollars. are: rnoenix loae contacts wun iuan-
ARTICLE VIII. The private prop- copa lode. Survey No. 752, 17.447 acres,
erty of the members of the association and Phoenix Mill Site conflicts with
shall be forever exempt from corpor- Phoenix Mill Site, Survey No. 753. L131
ate dehts of anv kind whatsoever. acres. The locations of these claims
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We here- are recorded In the Mining Records of
to affix our signatures this 12th t day Maricopa County, as follows: Phoenix
of August, 1910. I lode. In Book 1 of Records of Mines,
O. SAITO (Seal) Page3 245 and 246. West Side lode, in
K. KAWATSU (Seal) Book 5 of Records of Mines, Pages 56
T. HIBINO (Seal) and 57. Phoenix Mill Site, In Book 20
Territory of' Arizona, County of of Mines, Pages 212 and 213. West Side
Maricopa, as. Mill Site, In Book 20 of Mines. Page
Beforo me. SIMS EATON, a Notary 213. FRANK H. PARKER,
Publlo ln and for the county nnd state 8-gs . .... Register. -
aforesaid, on this day personally ap
peared O. Saito, IC Kawatsu and T.
Hibino known to me to be the same
persons who signed the foregoing In
strument, and acknowledged to me that
they executed the same for the uses
and purposes therein mentioned.
Given under my hand and seal ot
office this 12th day Of August, 1910.
My commission- will expire on the
13th day of July. 1913.
(NOTARIAL SEAL). SIMS EATON,
Territory, of Arizona, County ot
I. C. F. LEONARD, County Record
er In and for the County and Terri
tory aforesaid, hereby certify that I
have compared the (pregoing copy with
the Original Articles of' Incorporation
of JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF
ARIZONA filed and recorded in my
office on the 12th day of August. 1910,
and that the sdme Is a full, true and
correct copy of such original and" of
the Whole thereof.
Witness my hand and seal of office,
this 12th day 'of August, 1910.
(SEAL) C F. LEONARD,
By V. L. VAUGHN,
Filed In the office of the Territorial
Auditor of the Territory of Arizona
this 12th. day of"August A. D. 1910 at
11' a. ni; at request of O. Saito whose
post office address Is P. O. Box 397,
Phoenix," Arizona. '
W. C. FOSTER, J
J. Q. A. KING
18 N. Second Ave.
Phoenix - Arizona.
Page-fenced, 4 - room
frame house, bam, Tvell
and shade, located on
N. W. Cor. Washington .
and Center? "