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TKti ABTZOITA REPTTBfclCA: VEMflDAT MORNING, STJPTITNrBEIl lf, 1901.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION SPRINGS ' FUEL. & OIL. COMPANY. KNOW ALL. MEN BY THESE PRE SENTS, That we. Charles N. Bix. How ard P. Colllngs. and A. A. Daugherty h ive this day associated ou-wlrn 10 sether for the purpose of forming 11 ,-nrporation under the laws of the Terri tory of Arizona, and we do hereby cer tify as follows: FIRST: The names of the corpora tors are Charles N. Rix. Howard P. fnllings, and A. A. Daugherty. The name of the corporation Is the HOT SPRINGS FUEL A OIL CO. The principal place of transacting business shall be at Phoenix. Maricopa County. Territory of Arizona. The corporation shall have the right to es tablish branch offices in any state or territory of the United States. SECOND: The general nature of the business to be transacted Is as follows: a. To conduct and carry on the business of exploring, drilling and oper ating for petroleum oil, mineral olM, iras, minerals and mineral substances, nnd to locate and sink test wells for thi purpose of discovering petroleum oil. mineral oils, gas and other substances. :md conduct ami carry on exploration for the purpose of such discovery. b. To drill and operate for petroleum oil. mineral oil. gas and other products nnd to purchase, lease and otherwise acn,ulre real estate, leases thereon ,an1 rights therein, rn any State, Territory, Colonv Possession or Deoendencv c.f the United States, according to the laws thereof for the purposes of the corpora- tlrm: or for the nurooses of exnlorins the same and drilling and operating , thereon. To obtain, secure, purchase. hoM. acquire, use and enjoy ways, ease ments, and rights of way for the pur pose of laying pipes and lines to carry and transmit therein petroleum oil, gas, liquids and any property or products. U. To contract with the owners ot real estate, to obtain, secure, and hold the exclusive right, lease and privilege of operating for oil and gas thereon nnd to lay pipes. In. under or across th same, to conduct and convey petroleum tllse ,anci property or every class an.i oil. gas. and other products and to pro- description and generally to purchase, vide for the payment for such rights, take on-lea.e. exchange, hire, or other leases and privileges in a portion or , wise ncquire real estate or penton.il part of the product obtained or pro duced or lr cash or otherwise as de sired. e. To construct, erect .purchase, pro vide, acquire, maintain and operate tanks, reservoirs or other receptacles for the purpose of storage of gas or tent as natural persons might or could ' taining precious metals: to construct, other products. j do as trustees, agents, contractors or own. opeiate. buy. sell, lease and ue f. To own, construct, charter, lease otherwise. j smelting, reduction and refining plants: or otherwise acquire or hire, vessels. THIKu: The amount of capital ' to purchase, hold, develop, improve and vehicles, or railway cars for the pur- stock authorized is One Million dollars. ' lease, use. sell, convey or otherwise dis pose of transporting petroleum oil. coal. ' number of shares in which it Is divided pose of water powers and sites neces coke, asphalt, or or, mineral, mineral is 1.000,000 shares of $1.00 each .all of lary therefor or for the Industries an i products and other products therein, To lease, purchase, obtain-, maintain, acquire and hold, depots, stores, via- ducts, bridges, docks, wharves, ware- houses, and terminal facilities for the. purposes of the corporation. g. To buy, purchase, or otherwise acaulre. Bell, trade, deal in and deal with coal. coke, minerals and mineral exchange for real estate, rights or In products, mineral oils, crude and re- , terest In real estate ,or for patents, ' flned. paraflne. petroleum, naphtha, ' censes or any other property, or for benzoin, crude and refined petroleum oil work, labor and services as the Board the date of the recording or these AR and all by products resulting from th-i of Directors shall deem to be for the TICLES, and terminate in twenty-live refining of such oil. h. To construct, erect, purchase, lease or otherwise acquire 'or obtain and to maintain, use and operate factories. refineiies and other works and to con- j duct and carry on the business of r- fining and purifying petroleum oil anir mineral oils in- all brnnches, including the manufacture and purifying of all by products of petroleum and mineral oils. ! i. To buy, sell, trade and deal In and j deal with asphalt, oil. gas. minerals, plant, machinery, equipments, and ap- pliances connected with all mining and Eas operations and to enter Into and carry out contracts of every kind per- : taining to its business. j. To cruise for timber, construct. : maintain, improve, operate, manage, work, control and superintend bridges, , reservoirs, races, water courses, fuv- j naces. smelters, mills, buildings, factor-) ies. shops and other conveniences which may seem directly or indiractly con- ducive to the objects of the company. I k. To acquire real estate and rljshts therein by concession, patent, grant, j purchase, lease or otherwise in any . State. Territory. Possession or De- pendency of the United States, accord- ; ing to the laws thereof, for the purpose j of the, corporation, and to hold. . use. i lease. moitgage, transfer, bargain, sell, exchange and otherwise deal in and deal with the Bame: to erect buildings and structures thereon and make Im provements and alterations to the same: to rebuild, enlarge ana improve j existinir hulldincs thereon: to converr and appropriate such land Into roads, stteeta and other conveniences and gen- I erally to deal In and with and Improve I comorate property: to undertake or direct the management and sale . property, buildings and lands. 1. To carry on the business of mir ing, milling, concentrating, converting-, smelting, treating, preparing for mar ket, manufacturing, buying, selling, ex changing or otherwise producing nnd dealing In aluminum, gold, silver, brass, copper, lead. Iron, zinc, steel and In all kinds of ores, metals and minerals and and products and by products thereor of every kind and description and by whatsoever process the same can be or may hereafter be produced and gener ally without limit as to amount, to buy. sell, exchange, lease .acquire, and deal In lands, mines, mineral rights ani claims, and in the above specified pro ducts and to conduct and carry on ali business appurtenant thereto. m. To purchase, acquire, hold, co.i vey, and lease mines, mining rights, quarries, mills, factories, and stamping and sluicing properties pertaining thereto. n. To purchase, acquire, hold, oper ate, lease, transfer and convey oil and gas wells "and lands for the purposes of rinking such wells; to acquire and lease lands for the purpose of oil and gas: and to sink and operate and equip such wells and dispose of the products thereof. o. To ' construct, erect, maintain, purchase, acquire, hold, operate and convey gas and plants for the manu facture of gas and electricity for the purposes of light heat and power ,and to obtain from any city, village, munici pality or town or other political divi sion, rights, powers, licenses and fran chises for the right to lay mains, pipes, ana conduits for the distribution and 'ale of gas. either natural or artificial, or electric light, and to use, operate, and maintain gas and electric light Plants and deal In gas and electric light lor domestic, municipal or manufac- turing purposes. To erect, purchase, hold, maintain, operate, sell. convv and transfer smelting and stamping mills and other mining machinery: and to engage in the business of smelting, refining or otherwise dealing in ores, metals, and minerals of all description.?. p. To apply for. obtain, hold, use, operate .acquire and dispose of fran chises, rights and privileges for any or either of the foregoing purposes. q. To acquire, hold, use. enjoy, sell, transfer and dispose of all kinds -f property, real. i)ersonal and mixed of every name and nature for the promo tion. Improvement .advantage, or ac complishment of the purposes of the corporation in the conduct of the busi ness thereof. r. To apply for, purchase or other wise acquire patents for Inventions ani exclusive rights under letters patent and to sell .vend.' deal with and deal n the same and grant licenses, rights, concessions, powers and privileges in relation thereto. To purchase, ac quire, hold, and dispose of stocks, bonds, shares and other evidences of In debtedness of any other corporation. Toivlgn or domestic, organized for any or either of the foregoing purposes and to Issue its own stocks, shares, bonds, script, and other evidences of indebted ness to tne amount of the value there of in payment therefor and to exercise any and all rights, powers ond privi leges of the owners of such shares, stocks, bonds, or other evidences of debt: to borrow or raise money by the issuing, pledge or sale of bonds, script. debentures or stock, or in any other lawful manner and to mortgage .pledsje r convey corporate property by deed ot trust or mortgage to secure such bonds, debentures or other evidences of debt . To carry on any other business which may seem to the company cap able of being conveniently carried on it connection with the above or calculate-.' directly or indirectly to enhance the? value of the company's franchise, property or rights. t. To do all such things :is are inci dental or conducive to the attainment of the foregoing objects. u. To deal in goods, wares, merchan- property, or any rights or privileges which may be deemed useful, conven ient, pecessary or desirable in the busi ness of the corporation. V. To do any and all of the things hereinbefore set forth to the same ex- wnich shall be common shares: whiM capital stock is to be paid in at the time and upon the conditions follow- j ing-, viz: The said capital stock may be issued for cash or as purchase price for lands or Interest in leases on lands, including oil and gas. and mineral leases, or In best Interests of the corporation; at least one-tenth (1-10) of the capital! slock shall be issued within ona year! frcm the date of filing this certificate, and the balance within five years there- 1 after. I The Judgment of the Board of Direc- ' f- - on the value of any property, ' rights or interests thereon to be a- quired by the corporation, or of services rendered thereto, shall be conclusive, j The Board of Directors shall have power to fix the amount to" be reserved as working capital and to authorize and cause to be executed moragngea and Hens upon the personal property of the corporation. The corporation rtay In its by-laws confer additional powers upon the Board of Directors not inenn- sistent with the Constitution of the j United States and the laws of the Ter- ' ritory of Arizona. . FOURTH: The time of the com- mencement of the corporation shall be , the date of the recording of thes? Ar-; tides, and the time of its termination the 26th day of August. 1926. I FIFTH: The oflicers of said corpor- ; ation to conduct its affairs shall be a board of directois, seven in number, i whose names and residences are as fol- j tows: Names. Residences. Chailes N. Rix. Hot Springs. Arkansas. A. A. Daugherty. New York, New 1 oik. A. J. Davis, Elyria, Ohio. S. P. Colllngs. Hot Springs. Arkansas, Howard P. Colllngs. Hot Springs, Ark. nenj. f. snyutr, v apinmsiuu, u. Henry W. -vtynr. Camden, Arkansas. which directors shall be elected the first Tuesday In September of each year. In the manner fixed by the by- laws. The corporation shall have the power by its by-laws to increase or diminish rach number of directors I- desired, nnd to elect other or additional directors.' SIXTH: That the highest amount or Indebtedness and liability to which the corporation at any time Is to subject Itself Is Twenty-five Thousand ($5,000) Dollars. I SEVENTH:' That the private prop- erty of each ofticer ana stockholder ;s to be exempt from all corporate debts, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto rt our hands and seals the 28th day of August. 1901.- OH AS. N. RIX. (Seal ) HOWARD P. COLLINGS, (Seal.) A. A. DAUGHERTY. ; (Seal.) Mate of Arkansas, County of Gar- land, ss: On Ihla 28th day of August. 1901, be- fore me personally appeared Charles N Rix. Howard P. Colllngs, and A. A. Dougherty, to me known and known to me to be the same persons described !! and who executed the foregoing instru ment, and who duly and severally ac- , know ledged that they executed the same for the purpose .uses and con sideiations therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and omxed my official seal, the day and year aforesaid. My commission expires Sept. 1, 1903. ABBIB W. DRAUGHON. Notary Public. State of Arkansas. County of Car land. I. Geo. H. Lower. Circuit and Chan cery Clerk of county and state afor? said do hereby certify that Abbie W. Draughon is a duly and legally ap pointed Notary Public, empowered un der the laws of the state of Arkansas t.i take proofs of acknowledgments to deeds, affidavits, and other legal papers requiring proofs of acknowledgments. And that her commission as such Noi- ary Public does not ertprre until the first day of September, 1903. Witness my hand and seat as such Clerk this 28th day of August. 1901. GEO. H. LOWER. , Circuit and Chancery Clerk. By ED. PARHAM. D. C. Territory of Arizona. County of Mari copa. I. R. F. McFALL, County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, do hereby certify that the within instrument was tiled for record at 2:10 o'clock, p. m.. on this 6th day of September, 1901, ond duly recorded In Book No. 7 of Art. of Incorp, Records of Maricopa County. Arizona, at pages 529-53S. Witness my hand and official seal the day and year above written. (Seal.) " B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed and recorded at request of C. F. Ainsworth September 6. 1901, at 2:10 p. m.. Book 7, Art. of Incorp., Paes 629-.W6 incl. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. First publication September 17. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OP BUTTE AND ARIZONA COPPEIi COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRE SENTS. That we, D. S. Mack, George S. Lander, S. A. Hall. Otto Waldeck and Henry C. Magne, do for the pur pose of forming a corporation under the laws of the T?rritory of Arizona, make, execute and acknowledge in due for.'n of law these ARTICLES OF INCOR PORATION. 1. The name of the Incorporators is a above stated. The name of the corpor ation is "BUTTE AND ARIZONA COPrER COMPANY." and the princi pal place of transacting business is at Phot-nix in the Territory of Arizona: a lu at Butte. Montana, and New York, State of New York. The general nature of the business ti be transacted is to carry on nianufa -turing. mining, mechanical, chemical and nercantile business. Including the milling, refining and treating of ores and mineral: to acquire, buy. sell, con vey, lease. Improve, -mine, work and de velop mines and mineral lands con- habitations arising and growing up in connection with or about the same, 3. The amount of capital stock is to be three million collars, to be divided into shares of one dollar each, and the same Is to be subscribed for and issued as the Directors shall determine, and to be paid in as called for by the Directors, 4. The corporation shall commence from years thereafter. 5. ., The affairs of the Corporation shall be conducted by the incorporators until Directors are elected, and then by the Directors who shall be of any number selected by the stocknoTGers. not less than three nor more than seven. Toe Directors shall be elected on the third Monday of September, 1901, and on the third Monday In September thereafter in each year. The Directors shall choose from their own number a President, Secretary and Treasurer who shall have the customary powers and duties of su h officers, and such othT oflicers or committees as they may decide upon. . 6. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability which this corporation shall incur, or Is at any time to subject it- self to, is one million dollars, 7. In all cases and under all circumstan- c.--s iirlvate orowrtv Is to be exempt from corDiirace debts, and no stock- ' holder is to be liable personally to pay any debts of the Corporation. 8. In conducting the affairs of said cor ' poratlon the stockholders may from time to time, upon due notice, make, al- ; ter and amend such BY-LAWS ns may : not be contrary to th taws of Arizona or these ARTICLES, and due notice shall consist of a regularly called stockholders' meeting, specially called for that purpose or that purpose a'mntu I other specified, by such oflicer as the Dir.ctors may designate, upon a notice of not l-ss than ten days. j IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we. the five Corporators aforesaid, have duly executea inee aiitiius tne in nay of September, A. D.. ism. OTTO WALDECK. (Seal.) (Seal.) (Seal.) (Seal.) (Seal.) GEO. S. LANDER. S. A. HALL. HENRY C. MAGNE, D. S. MACK. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of j state of Montana. County of Silver ( Bow, ss. j .BE IT REMEMBERED that on the cth day of September, 1901. personally appeared before me. a notary public Jduly appointed and qualified, 1 S. !iack. George S. Lander S. A. Hall, tjtto Waldeck. Henry C. Magne, to me known to be the persons named In and ( w-ho executed the foregoing ARTICLES' OF INCORPORATION, and several'y ' duly acknowledged that hey had exe cuted the same for the uses, considera tion and purposes therein stated. PATRICK A. RICE, Notary Public. Silver Bow County, Mont. Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa, ss. I. B. F. MeFall. County Recorder in and for the County and Territory a fore said, hereby certify that I have com pared the foregoing copy with the ori ginal ARTICLES OF INCORPORA TION BUTTE AND ARIZONA COP PER CO., filed and recorded In my office on the 14th day of September. 1901, In Book No. V of Articles of In corporation at Page and that the same is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. WITNESS my hand and seal of of fice this 14th day of September. 1901. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. ' Deputy. First publication September it. DEPAKTHlEHT of agbicultt&s - The Weather Bureau Weekly Crop Bulletin. With the exception of light frosts of a slightly damaging character to ten der vegetation, the weather has been very favorable for plant growth during the week. While no rainfall has been reported from any of the agricultural districts, the occurrence of heavy rains in the distant mountains, and on the watersheds of the irrigating streams is Indicated by a marked rise in the Gila, and Salt rivers. CROPS. Tender vegetation has been slightly damaged by light frosts In the northern tier of counties. In Coconino county the potato crop will be a partial fail ure, estimates of the prospective yield varying from 25 to 50 per cent of the average crop. In the valley of the Little Colorado the corn crop is being harvested, and the cutting of the third crop of hay Is in progress. Some plowing ban been done for fall seeding in Salt River valley, but the progress of this work Is restricted m account or the diminishing supply of water for Irrigation. The ranges in some localities are de teriorating, nnd water ts becoming scarce, but all reports Indicate the present fine condition of cattle. EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS CORRESPONDENTS. OF COCONINO COUNTY. Flagstaff, Clear and dry days with cold nights. Tender vegetation su'. cumbed to light frosts. Haying will be finished the coming week. Crop aboat 75 per cent, but will be of good quality. Potatoes do not come up to expecta tions; probably one-fourth the usual crop. Other vegetables suffer from the dry cold weather end do not turn out W.-11. C. C. Moers. Bellemont. Dry and windy nights cold. Frosts in certain localities. Po tatoes about half a crop. Water and feed plentiful. Hay crop wilt fall he- low expectations. C. W. Davis. GILA COUNTY. San Carlos. A good rain on 10th Insr.. reviving the range vegetation that had begun to appear rather sickly. Corn looking good. Highest temperature, 104: lowest. 5K. Rainfall, 1.83. H. Tullsen. GRAHAM COUNTY. Pima. Days warm but night 'grow ing cool. Avery tine rain on lotn wetted the ground quite deep all over the valley. Late crop3 of all kinds are growing rapidly. Fourth crop of lucerne will soon be ready to cut- Mountain range has been well irri gated. H. E. Norton. Matthews. Good rain on 10th. Re mainder of the week hot days and cool nights. Showers in the mountains. River up. Cutting fourth crop of alf alfa. Fall crop fairly good. Jno S. WaddiU. MARICOPA COUNTY. Mesa. Weather favorable and every thing growing and looking fine. Sud den rise In the river during week, but did not last over one day. Water l:r canals -ery low, but vegetation Is not badly in need of same. Watermelons still on the market, also green corn of fair quality. Highest temperature, 1(12: lowest, 5. C L. Diehl. Glendale. No water in canal for two weeks, except short run for tanks. No shortage of feed yet. If water supply increases soon another crop of hay wll es being shipped. Corn not doing well. No grain sown yet but some plowing. V. E. Messinger. MOHAVE COUNTY. Mohave. Weather is fine. Highest temperature, 106; lowest, 62. Homer Keltou. NAVAJO COUNTY. Plnedale. Weather cloudy with colJ winds. Corn being harvested. A light rain on loth. Potatoes show .a good crop. l.ate corn heavier than early yield. Cattle in fine condii ion. Water getting low In wells. Louie Brewer. Linden. Light showers during week. Nights are cold. Corn cutting com menced. Stock fat. Miss E. C. Hope.i. Shumway. Light frost for three nights' did no damage. Third crop ot hay being cut. A fairly good crop of gropes was harvested this year. Sibyl Harris. Taylor. Light rain on Tth. Nights quite cold but no frost. Corn an.l beans ripe. Tomatoes ripening but a light crop and of poor quality. Last crop of hay being cut. Water scarce and wells very low. Range and stocic looking good. H. S. Lewis. St. Joseph. Days much cooler nights cold. Crops are ripening fast will be gin gathering soon. Grass on range Icrking fine. Stock doing well. ATifs Emma Richards. SANTA CRUZ COUNTY. Oro Blanco. Past week cloudy with heavy rain on 10th. Range and rai-.e stock in fine condition. G. J. Phillip?. . YAVAPAI COUNTY. Cnlumbfa. Water for range stock be coming scarce. Feed and cattle In good shape. Highest temperature, . 105: lowest, 59. C. E. Chample. Columbia. Fine warm days. The high drying winds of the week have in jured the range and reduced the wate" supply. The growth ot vegetation H very slow. Cattle and stock ot all kinds still in prime condition. M. J Nolan. Prescott. Hot days and warm nights with no rain are last drying- out the. ground moisture. Growth of vest. la lion slow. Water supply getting low. Highest temperature, 89. Warren E Day. M. D. Skull Valley. Warm days and cool nights continue. E. Somervllle. - Juniper. Ground fast drying out. Slight frost the 11th. Hay crop all i-i. Stock looks good. H. C. Remlow. WM. G. BURNS. Section Director. A COMMUNICATION. Mr. Editor Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Cnamberlaln's Cough Remedy. I suffered for three yearJ with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights. I tried several doctors and various patent medicines, but could get nothing to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medi cine, which has completely relieved me. W. S. Broekman. Bagnel, Mo. This remedy is for sale by Elvey & Hulett. One-half cent word each insertion. No FOR RENT FOR RENT 20 acres, well Improved. Hammond, Auctioneer, P. O. Box 672. FOR RENT Three small furnlshfd cottages, and one brick house. alo furnished: South Center street, three blocks from Washington street. Call 436 South Center. PRIVATE BOARDING WANTED Country 1 boarders. Mrs. Gilbert, five miles north on Cave Creek road. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished rooms, single or en suite, on car line: new house. 705 North First St. FOR RENT A nice front room; all conveniences. Apply cor. Fifth ave. and Van Buren st. BUSINESS CHANCES AUTHENTIC life of President McKln ley. by a personal friend and an em inent author: prospectus sent free on receipt of ten cents to help pay cost of mailing: prospectuses of-our five Holiday Books and Life of Me Kinley sent free on receipt of twentv flve cents: freight paid: liberal pre miums: order quick. Union Book At Bible House, Denver. Colo. WANTED Representatives for sale of bonded iitxl tax pnld standard whis kies; good opportunity for right men The Associated Distillers Distribut ing Co.. Monon Bldg., Chicago. 111. HELP "WANTED WANTED A nuise girl. Apply. J. C. Woman, Buckeye' canal olllcc, ?r 1043 North Uenter street. WANTED A good cool;. Inquire of J. C. Wa?son. MANAGER WANTED Manager wanicd in every large county to ap point agents for the famous "Game o'Skill" nickel s!ot machine' for drinks or cigars; lawful everywhere, takes place of all forbidden slot machines. Rented or sold on easy payments. Se cure territory quick. Palmer Bl.llard Table Woiks. Chicago. 111. FOR EXCHANGE FOR EXCHANGE 160 acres of land in Meade county. Kansas at $10 per acre and cash -for property in cr near Phoenix. Address Box 732, Phoe nix. WILL exchange .200 egg Successful h.w. incubator for light spring wagon. Address C. B., Republican. FOR SALE FOR SALE A good sewing machine, cheap. 1420 West Washington st. FO'1 SALE Good saddle pony. 130 egg Petaluma incubator, light spring wagon, lot of ripe pears. Pear Orch ard, Tth ave., Vj mile south railroad. FOR SALE Forty acres, or in lots to suit, two miles from center of Phoe nix: under Dutch ditch; well im proved: finest garden soil in valley; very cheap If taken soon. Address Box 444. city. FOR SALE A tent house. hors. wa gon and t hU'kens. 1CS1 West Wash ington street. FOR SALE Well-boring outfit com plete: suitable for oil at one-third cost. Good team, harness and wagon. $C0: giH-d buggy; $40; mowing ma chine and rake, $10. John Heaton. Tine mile southwest of court house. FOR SALE The Orange Belt canal, taken out of the Salt river about 7 miles west and 4 miles sou;h of Phoe nix. A. T.. in section 25. township 1 n. range 1 east, running in a nw direc tion about 15 miles to the Agua Fila liver in section 14. township 1 n. range 1 west of G. & S. It. II. & M.. covering about 12 section of land, nearly all in cultivation. Said canal was formerly known as the St. John's canal: always plenty of water: no drouth there. Gilbert D. Gray, owner of said canal, 14 Wall street, liioenix, A. T. FOR SALE Alfalfa ranch for sale; 160 a res, good fences, house, we!!, poul try. Ttt-ms very easy. Gates M. Fowler, 143 South Third street. FOR SALE Fine pears for preserving .r table U3e, 2c per pound. C. L. Diehl, Mesa. FOR SALE 21 head of yearlings. heifers and 14 steers: also a' larg? work team. 3 miles east ot Phoenix. W. E. Barry. ' FOR SALE! One pair mu:es, 7 and t years old; weight 875 ani 925 pounds; guaranteed in every respect. For fur ther particulars inquire J. D. Smith two miUs north and three-quarters mile west of Five Points. WANTED Stock range and 400 head of cattle want purchaser. Apply to N. A. Morford. room 6, Nicholson building. Phoenix. FOR SALE Bee ranch for sa!e: $5 per colony. P. O. Box 1051, Phoenix. FOR SALE White Pekln ducks, bert J. Straw, Peoria, Ariz. Al FOR SALE For cash, the only store in a good mining camp: doing good busi- neS and paying well; many good mines in vicinity: must be sold to close up an estate. Address P. F. Bussey, Harrisburg, Ariz. WANTED People to know that we buy, sell and rent second-hand furni ture. Dorrls Bros.' Furniture Co. YELLOW Freestone Peaches for can ning 3c per pound. Chase L. Purdy, Alhambro. advertisement taken for leas than 25 cents. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Furnished houses and rooms. FOR RENT Vacant houses. FOR SALE Orange lands. FOR SALE Ten-acre ranches and up wards. FOR SALE Vacant lots in most de sirable parts of the city. FOR SALE Homes on easy terms. MONEY to loan at low rates of inter est. Insurance placed in reliable companies. Conveyancing done ac curately. Anything and everything In the rsal estate line. J. ERNEST WALKER. No. IS SoutU Second Avenue. Office Plion? 501. Residence phone 30.11. FOR SALE A choice piece of business property that will bring good re turn.? c the investment. This Is well ;vx-ated and cheap. FOR SALE Several choice building lots on easy terms. A NICE cottage for sale on payments. Modern Improvements. SECURITIES and1 first mortgages bought and sold. HUGH M. CREIGHTON & CO.. ' 180 North Center street. FOR SALE, OR RENT Two-story brick dwelling on Washlngtin street: seven rooms, two porches. Will sell for $2,200. Less than cost to build house, to say nothing of lot, which Is worth S1.0U0. Will rent by year for J25 per month. W. J. Murphy, 0"NelI block. FOR RENT Quarter sec tion good al falfa ranch for rent, under Arizona canal. 6 miles from trfwn. Apply to F. Peck. 136 North Sixth st. - LOST AND FOUND LOST Silver umbrella ferrule, bearing -initials "M. M. P. P. E." Finder leave at McNeil's and receive reward. LOST Brown pucing horse, about one thousand pounds, branded Q on left thigh; mane roached. $15 reward. A. R. Earle. Walker. Ariz. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future: Ladles. 25c; gentlemen. 60 cents. 231 Buchanan street, ornaa of Third street. WANTED A wheeled invalid's chair, new or second hand. Address Cha:r, this office. i WASTED-Three or four boarders at quiet suburban place, two blocks from car line; large, rooms-, home cooking, Jersey milk and cream and fresh egsrs. Mrs. F. J. Hall. Fourteenth street and California avenue. Brill's addi tion. AUCTIONEER Hammond now ready for all sale engagements at the same place, 15 South First ave. I STORE FIXTURES Get our prices on billiard and pool tables before buying elsewhere, sold on easy payments. Our cushions are guaranteed for twenty years, and are made by a new vulcanizing process. 0!d tables fit ted with cur cushions are as good as new, saiiMHciiun guaranieea or money rerunaea. &ee our auveriise- ; men-t of "Manager Wanted" for law- j, ful slot machine. Palmer Billiard . Table Works. Chicago, 111. PROFESSIONAL DENTISTS. Rlt. JOHN A. LKNTZ. DENTIST. dia- ifonally opposite new postotlice. DR. J.L. HAMILTON, DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2. Hub Building, IX . Washing ton street. W. a. LKNTZ, DENTIST. Specialist In Crown and Bridge work. Gas admin istered. Office Fleming Block. Rooms SUl. 202. 2il3. 204. 20S. . 'Phone 2366. H. J. JESSOP. DENTIST. OlUce, Por ter Building, corner Washington and Center streets. Rooms 14 and 18. VETERINARY SURGEON. F. o. RICHMOND. M. D. C. Phoenix, Arizona. Veterinary Surgeoh and Dentist: diseases of all domestic ani mals scientifically treated. Office. 35 North Ceir:er street. Residence, 5:ii West Van Buren street. 'Phone 1001. No charge for consultation. Agent for the Horse Review DR. HOWARD RAMSAY. Veterinary Stirfeon and Dentist. Graduate On t Ho Veterinary College. Oflice. corner First avenue and Monroe street, Am brose Corral, Phoenix, Arizona. Tele phone 331X ASSAYEK AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING. Assurer and Metallurgist. All kinds of laboratory tests for best reduction method. Office and labora tory. 18 N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. . J. H. Kibbev. A. J. Edwards. KTRKEY & EDWARDS. LAWYERS. li"-2l South Center street. Phoenix, Ari zona. Ground Floor. NOTARY PUBLIC. E. PASCOE. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conveyancing a specialty. Acknowl edgments taken. 110 North Center street, opposite Hotel Adams. PIANOFORTE TEACHING. MISS FANNY PECK. Teacher of Piano forte playing. Pupil of Carl Btasny of New England Conservatory of Music 3f, N. Sixth St. VIOLIN TEACHING. CaSS10c!BRANNAN. Teacher of Art istic Violin Playimf. Twenty years a teacher. Pupils prepared for the con cert stage. Lessons on other strina-ed Instruments. Mr. Brannan was edu cated bv the lest masters of Europe and America. Phoenix people who want the best work recommend him. At Redcwlll's Music House. SPANISH TEACHING. STUDY SPANISH. No business man can afford to be ignorant of Spanish in localities where It Is lanrelv used. Mr. Crms to C. Brannan Is an able teacher (hv the toatural method of Spanish. French and German, iriving lessons pri vately or in classes. Progress anil cor rect pronunciation. . guarunteed. -At Redcwfirs. Fhleld & Gallashert GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Estimates Furnished Rooms 11-12-13 O'Neill imiMIng I. O. Box 573. I'lioi-nix. Arizona. Joe Fifleta Geo. 1. OallAtflier $15.00 to $18.00 a Week salary for an intelligent man or woman in each town. Permanent position. 0 cents per hour for spare time. Manu facturer. Box 1102. Chicago. A Delightful ' or those whose appe tite is coq uetting with them when they find that dainty spring- lamb chops or a tender steak has been pro vided from our choice stock of meats for their breakfast. They are delt ciously appetizing for the fastidious palate. Our prime roasts, steaks' and chops are tender. Juicy and of fine quality. Cold Air Storage Market. 3. i. TBIDOLET 114 W. Washington St.. Phoenix, Ariz. The Bashford - Burmister Company - WHOT.KSALK AND RETAIL DEALERS IX General Merchandise Prescott, Arizona We carry full lines of everything. We have a big store. We do a big business, but can do more j When in l'renrntt it will please ns to have you call and get acquainted PHOENIX BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY lis Your Bread as a feather, flaky, sweet, pal atable? Is it wholesome, nourishing, strengthening? It will be all of these and more, too. It you get It from the Thoenix Bakery and Confec tionery. Ed. Oiscle Proprietor Established 1331 'Phone 891 CASTLE CREEK Hot Springs. YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZ. KJL - Reduced rates made for the summer months: no ' extra charge made for baths. For those suffering with Rheumatism this is the best season to be relieved. Buy tickets at the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway de pot to Hot Springs and return. C. M. COLHOUN, Mgr. - - -HOT SPRINGS, ARIZ. Phoenix Foundry 'and Machine Works. Machinery, Supplies, Castings, Repairs, etc. 25 to 33 North Second Street si I I I I. .