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THH ATITZOTCA TJEPTTlTLTOATx : OATD I .DAT" ItfOItTviaNOJ, - SEPTEMBER 31, -1901.
ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION OF HOT SPRINGS FUEL & OIL COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRE SENTS. That we, Charles N. Rix. How ard I. Callines, and A. A. Dauaherty have this day associated our3'jlvpa lo-iji-tl'or for the purpose ot forir.inu corporation tinder 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. Rlx. Howard P. Collins, and A. A. Daugherty. The name of the corporation la the HOT SPRINGS FUEL & 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 brjtnch 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- I ating for petroleum oil, mineral oiH, Kas, .minerals and mineral substances, and to locate and sink test wells for tiu purpose of discovering petroleum oil. mineral oils, gas and other substances, and conduct and carry on exploration for the purpose of such discovery. b. To drill and operate for petroleum nil, mineral oil. gas' and other products and to purchase, lease and otherwise acquire real estate, leases thereon ,and t rights therein, in any State. Territory. Colony. Possession or Dependency cf the United States, according to the law thereof for the purposes of the corpora tion: or for the purposes of exploring the same and drilling and operating thereon. . j c. To obtain, secure, purchase, h.ol-1, 1 acquire, use and enjoy ways, ease-, mer.ts, 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. d. To contract with the owners ot , real estate, to obtain, secure, and hold ; the exclusive right, lease and privilege of . operatin for -oil and ga thereon and to lay pipes. In, under or across th-t j same, to conduct and convey petroleum ; oil, gas. and other products and t pro vide for the payment for such-rleiits. leases and privileges tn a portion or part of the- iroduct obtained or pro duced or in cash or otherwise an de sired. e. To construct, erect .purchase, pro vide, acquire, maintain and opate tanks, reservoirs or other receptacles for the purpose of storage of gas or ot her products. f. To own. construct, charter, lease or otherwise acquire or hire, vessels, vehicles, or railway cars for the pur pose of transporting petroleum oil. coal, coke, asphalt, or ore. mineral, mineral 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. I K. To buy. purchase, or - otherwise acquire, sell, trade, deal in and deal with coal. coke, minerals and mineral products, mineral oils, crude and re fined, paraflne, -petroleum, naphtha, benzoin, crude and refined petroleum oil and all by products resulting r6m th-i refining of such oil. j h. To construct, erect, purchase-, ' lease or otherwise acquire or obtain and to maintain, use and operate factories. refineries and other works and to con duct and carry on the business of r-, lining and purifying petroleum oil ana ! mineral oils In all branches, including the manufacture and purifying of all by products of petroleum and mineral oils. I 1. To buy. sell, trade and deal in and deal with asphait, oil. gas. minerals, plant, machinery, equipments, and ap pliances connected with all mining and eras operations and to enter Into and carry out contracts of every kind per- t tainlng to its business. I i. To cruise for timber, construct. I maintain, improve, operate, manage, work, control and superintend bridges, reservoirs, races, water courses, lu; naces, smelters, mills, buildings, factor ies, shops and other conveniences which may seem directly or indiractly con ducive to the objects of the company. - k. To acquire real estate and rights therein: by concession, patent, grant, purchase, lease or otherwise in any State. Territory. Possession or De pendency of the United States, aecord lne to the laws thereof, for the purpose of the corporation, and to hold, use. lease, mortgage, transfer, bargain, se!!. exchange and otherwise deal in and deal With the came: to erect buildings and structures thereon and make im- j provements and alterations to the ' same: to rebuild, enlarge and Improve existing buildings thereon: to convert I and appropriate such land Into roads, j streets and other convenience, and gen erally to deal in and with and Improve corporate property: to undertake c,r direct the management and sale cf 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 and dealing in aluminum, gold, silver, brass, copper, lead. Iron, zinc,' steel and tn all kinds of ores, metals and minerals and ' and products and by products thereof 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 al. business appurtenant thereto. m. To purchase, acquire, hold, co.i vey, and lease mines, mining right.?, 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 sinking such wells: to acquire and lease lands for the purpose of oil and gaB: and to sink and operate an J 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, and conduits for the distribution and cale of gas. either natural or artiflcia', or electric light, and to use, operate, and maintain gas an'd electric light plants and deal in gas and electric light for domestic, municipal or manufac turing purposes. To erect, purchase, hold, maintain, operate, sell, convy 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 descriptions. p. To apply for. obtain, hold, use, operate .acquire and dispose of fran chises, rlshts 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, personal and mixed of every name and nature for the prona tion, improvement .advantage, or ac complishment of the purposes of the corporation In the conduct of the busi ness thereof. r. To appry for, purchase or other-s-ise acquire patents for Inventions and exciasive rights under letters patent and to sell .vend, deal with and deal 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, foreign 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 nesa to tne amount of the value there of in payment therefor and to exercl.-: any and all rights, powers and prlvi leges of the owners ot 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 .pledge or convey corporate property by deed of trust or mortgage to secure sucb bonds, debentures or other evidences of debt. a. To carry on any other business whcb may seem to the company cap able of being conveniently carried on i connection with the above or calculate J directly or indirectly to enhance the value of the company's franchises, property or rights. t. To do all such things as are inci dental or conducive to the attainment of the foregoing objects. u. ' To deal In goods, wares, merchan dise ,and property of every class and dtut ijptioii and generally to purchase take on lea. exchange, hiie, or other wise acquire real estate or personal property, or any " rights or privileges which may be deemed useful, conven ient, necessary or desirable in the busi ness of the corporation. If. U p do any and all of the things hereinbefore set forth to the same'ex tent as natural persons might or rouM do as trustees, agents, contractors or otherwise. THIlit: The amount of capital stock authorized Is One Million dollars, number of shares in which It Is divided is 1.000.000 shares of J1.00 each ,all of which, shall be common shares: whi:".i capital stock is to be paid in at the time and upon the conditions follow In, 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 exchange for real estate, rights or In terest in real estate .or for patents, -i-censes or any other property, or for work, labor and services as the Board of Directors shall deem to be for the best Interests of the corporation: at least one-tenth (1-10) of the capital stock shall be issued within one year from the date of Tiling this certificate, and the balance within five years, there after. The judgment f the Board of Direc t - on the value of any property, right or interests thereon to be aj- quired by the corporation, or of services. rendered thereto, snail be conclusive. The Hoard of Dir?ctors shall have power to fix the amount to be reserved s working capital and to authorize and cause to be executed morarages and Hens upon the personal property of the corporation. The corporation ntay in Its by-laws confer additional powers upon the Board of Directors not incon sistent with the Constitution of the 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 ticles, and the time of its termination the 26th day of August. 1926. FIFTH: The officers of said corpor ation to conduct its affairs shall be a board of directors, seven In numb?', whose names and residences are as fol lows: Names. Residences. Chailes N. Rix, Hot Springs. Arkansas. A. A. Daugherty. New York, New York. A. J. Davis. Elyria, Ohio. S. P. Coilings, Hot Springs. Atkansas. Howard P. Coilings. Hot Springs. Ark. Benj. P. Snyder. Washington, D. C. Henry W. alyar, 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-lows to Increase or diminish ich number of directors desired, and to elect other or additional directors. SIXTH: That the highest amount of Indebtedness and liability to which the corporation at any time is to subject Itself is Twenty-five Thousand (V-5.000) Dollars. ' SEVENTH: That the private prop erty of each officer and stockholder is to be exempt from all corporate debts. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands and seals the 2Sth day of August, 1901, CHAS. N. RIX.- - (Seal ) HOWARD P. COLLINGS, (Seal.) A. A DAUGHERTY. (Seal.) IState of Arkansas,- County of Oar land, ss: On this 28th day of August. 1901. be fore me pe-sonally appeared Charles N. Klx. Howard P. Coilings. and A. A. Dougherty, tonne known and known to me to be the same persons described in and who executed the foregoing instru ment, and who duly and severally ac knowledged that they executed the same for the purpose .uses and cun sldetatlor.s therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, the day and year aforesaid. My commission expires Sept. 1. 1903. . ABBIE W. DR AUG HON. Notary Public. State of Arkansas. County of Gar land. ' I. Geo. II. Lower. Circuit and Chan cery Clerk of county and state afore 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 I.? take proofs of acknowledgments to deeds, affidavits, and other legal papers requiring proofs of acknowledgments. And that her commission as such Not ary Public does not e-prre until thi first day of September, 1903. Witness my hand and seal as su-li Clerk this 2Sth day of August. 1901. GEO. H. LOWER, Circuit and Chancery Clerk. . By ED. PARHAM. D. C. Territory ot Arizona, County of Mari copa. I, It. F. McFALL. County Recorder In and for tho County ami Territory aforesaid, do hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record at 2:10 o'clock, p. m.. on this 6th day of September. 1901, and duly recorded In Book No. T of Art. of Incorp, Records of Maricopa County, Arizona, at pages 529-538. 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 8, 1901, at 2:10 p. m.. Book 7, Art. of Incorp., Pages 529-5SS incl. (Seal.) II. 'f. McFALL. County Recorder. . By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy. First publication September 17. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF BUTTE AND ARIZONA COPPER 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 tbe pur pose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, matte, execute and acknowledge In due for.n of law these ARTICUES OF INCOR PORATION. 1. The name of the incorporators is as above stated. The name of the corpor ation is -BUTTE AND ARIZONA COPPER COMPANY." and the princi pal place of transacting business is at Phoenix in the Territory of Arizona: also at Butte. Montana, and New York. State of Now York. The general nature of the business to be transacted is to carry on manufac turing, miniror, mechanical, chemical and mercantile 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 taining precious metals: to construct, own. operate, buy. j.ell, lease and use smeltlnsT. reduction and refining plants: to purchase, hold, develop, improve and lease, use. sell, convey or otherwise dis pose of water ixiwera and sites neces sary therefor or for the industries nn I habitations urising and growing up in connection with or about the sarnie. 3. The amount of capital stock is to be three million olfckrs, to be divided Into abarcs of one dollar each, and the same Is to be subscribed for and issued as the Directors shall determine, and to be paid tn as called for by the Directors. 4. The corporation shall commence from the date of the recording or these AR TICLES, and terminate in twenty-live years thereafter. 5. The affairs of the Coiporation shall be conducted by the Incorporators until Directors are elected, and then by the Directors who shall be of any number selected by the stockno:;ers. not less than three nor more than seven. Tbe 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 any I duties of such officers, and such other officers 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 private property Is to be exempt from corporate 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 poration the stockholders may fron time to time, upon due notice, 'make, al ter and amend such BY-LAWS as may not be contrary to the 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 among other specified, by such officer as the Directors may designate, upon a notice of not less than ten days. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we, the five Corporators aforesaid, have duly executed these ARTICLES the 5th day of September, A. D., 1901. OTTO WALDECK, (Seal.) GEO. S. LANUKR, (Seal.) S. A. HALL, (Seal.) HEART C. MAGNE, (Seal.) D. S. MACK, (Seal.) Signed, sealed and delivered In the presence of: State of Montana. County of Silver Bow. as. 'BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 5th day of September, 1901. personally appeared before me, a notary public duly appointed and qualified, D S. Lack. George S. Lander S. A. Hall. Otto Waldeck. Henry C. Magne. to me known to be the persons named in and who executed the foregoing ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION, and severally duly acknowledged that hey had exe cuted the same for the uses, considera tion and purposes therein stated. PATRICK A. KICE. Notary Public. Silver Bow County, Mont. Territory of Arizona, County of Mail e"opa. ss. I. H. F. McFall. County Recorder in and for the County. and Territory afore 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. 7 of Articles of In corporation at Page and that the same Is a full, true and correct cony of such original and of tbe whole thereof. WITNESS nfy hand and seal of of fice this 14th day of September, 1901. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL, County Recorder. Ey A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. First publication September 1. A XAW YERLES8 CLIENT How Cuia Lied Himself Out of Pro fessional Aid Cuia, the Indian who despoiled his neighbors of horses and cattle, was in Justice Burnett's court yesterday nfter noon for preliminary examination on a charge of grand larceny. This was In the matter cf the cattle. The theft of the horses had only been called a mis demeanor, and Cuia was fined X300 in default of which he was sent to Jail. Stealing rattla is a more serious affair, and for this Cuia was sent to the grand Jury. He had no lawyer yester day. Attorney J. C. Phillips who had appeared for him In the former case, notified the court that he would with draw. He said Cuia had been ylng about him in a way calculated to im pair his professional standing. The In dian told the prosecution that Mr. Phillips had mapped out a campaign of falsehood for him. He was to swear that he had never seen the horses or cattle: or he was to s.iy that he 'had bought them or had Inherited them: or else he was lo profess an utter igno rance of live stn?k and swear that he couldn't distinguish a horse from a cow except by the horns. Mr. Phillips says that he held no con versation whatever with Cuia concern ing the testimony. Their discourse was confined entirely to the subject of the manner in which the attorney was go ing ts get his fee. Cuia. to prolific of promise, but at the end of the dis cussion th? fee was as vague and shad owy as It had been at the beginning. Cuia said he had a great deal of money but tt was "far off." The Indians say that Cuia Is the biggest liar on the res ervation, a statement In which Mr. Phillips concurs. PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH. Railroad Company Commands Train Crews to Speak In English. The recent ordt-r of the Lehigh Valley railroad requiring the ciews of shifting engincn t. use only the English lan-f,-uas while on duty -meets with uni versal uppiobation here. The order cays that ''under no clreu.nsianct-s shall Pennsylvania German b- spoken.'' and it Is said to have been issued f.ir the reason that i-ecently a serious col lision nearly resulted -because a con ductor save directions to bis torew In thla language, and a braknman who did not understand it perfectly shifted cars to the wrong tiack. - As the rules ar printed in English, the railroad officials are plainly In the right In insisting that this language shall bo exclusively used by Its employes whn on duty. What kind of a lunguage 1 this Pennslyvnnia German tongue, which requires sux-h an unusual order to I e issued1 to railroad crew3? It is a strange combination of English and the German dial - t awoken In northern Ha varia, A quarter of a century ago it wis said that this language was dying out and would soon be no more. Such prophesies, however, have proved to be false, for it is now spoken more wide'y than ever before. Two millions of peo ple In Pennslyvania. and probably i million nTore who have migrated from Pennsylvania trt the -middle west, use it In dally conversation. Even In cities like Alleniown ani Reading no mer chant can be successful in bupiness un less his employes are proficient in Its use. On the trolley line and in the, railroad yards employes may be heard employing it constantly In sovial con versation. These men speak KnglNn well, but it Is easier for them to chat m this strange dialect, which is governed by no rules of grammar. It seems that they are using It even when on duty, but the safety of the public d:manl that this practice shall be stopped, and the employes themselves will doubtle.-ts a'U agree that the Lehigh Vall-y rail road has done a good thing in issuing the orders. Railroad Gazette. THINGS YOU CAN T DO. You can't stand five minutes without moving if you are blindfolded. You can't stand at the side of a room with both of your feet touching the wainscoating lengthwise. You can't get ut of a chair without bending your body fo; ward or putting your feet under it that is. If you are sitting squarely on the chair and not cn the edge of it. ' You can't crush an egg when placed lengthwise between your hands that Is. if the egg Is sound and has t!ie or dinary shell of a hen's gg. You can't break a ir.a'.ch if the match In laid across the nail of the middle finger of your hand an.l p:essed upon by the first and the third fingers of the same hand, though It may seem easy at first sight. Pearson's Weekly. THOUGHTS FOR EVERY DAY. True dignity is never gained by place, never lost when honors are withdrawn. Massinger. There Is no r-' adlei way for a man t7 bring his worth into question than by endeavoring to detract from the worth cf other men. Tillt;r.on. There is no merit where there I no trial: and till expe:lenci stamps the mark of strength cowards may pass f-J-r heroes and faith for falsehood. A. Hill. DR. HOWARD RAMSAY. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Graduate On tario Veterinary College. Office, corner First avenue and Monroe street, Am brose Corral, Phoenix. Arizona. Tele phone 3313. ASSAYGlt AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING. Assurer and Metallurgist. All kinds or laboratory tests for best reduction methorl. Office and labora tory. IS N. 2nd Ave.. Phoenix, Arizona, NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E3. PASCOE, NOTARY PUlflTlc'. Conveyancing a specialty. Acknowl edgments taken. 110 North Center -street, opposite Hotel Ad.-ims. riANOFORTE TEACHING. MISS- FA NN Y TRficT'Teacner ofT-lrint forte playing. Fupil of Cnrl Stasny of New Kn-rlund Conservatory of Music l.TB N. Sixth St. TEACHER OF ELOCUTION. PRO RICHARD BERESFORO, Teacher of Elocution and Oratory. Studio. 230 North. Second avenue. My method is new and modern. Terms reasonable. Call for prices and further information. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. J. H. Klhbev. ' A. J. Edwards. Klnlilir A EDWARDS. LAWYER??. South Center street. Phoenix, Ari zona; Greund Floor. . - . , . - 1 t : : One-half cent a ord each Insertion. No FOR RENT ALL parties having houses or rooms to rent w-111 please list them with us?, :if we cannot fill all our orders. Arizona Eldg. Co., 218-219 Fleming block. FOR RENT 20 acres, well imptoved. Hammond, Auctioneer, P. O. Box 873. FOR RENT Three small furnished cottages, and one brick house, aWo furnished; South Center street, three blocks from Washington street. Call 4"-0 South Center. PRIVATE BOARDING WANTED Country boarders. Mrs. Gilbeit, five miles north on Cave Creek read. ROOMS FOR RENT . FOR RENT Furnished rooms, single or en suite, on car line; new house. 70S North First st. FOR RENT A" nice front room; all conveniences. Apply cor. Fifth ave. and Van Buren st. HELP "WANTED WANTED A good girl who can speak Spanish and English. Call at .the Phoenix Coffee House. 17 N. Center St. WANTED-A young gill. 14 to 16. to help around house. !lG South Second ave. WANTED Girl to do general house work. A. F. Messinser. with H. W. Ryder. WANTED Some one to assist in cook ing an.l general housework in small family. Box 356. WANTED A nutse girl. Apply. J. C. Waason. Buckeye- canal office, or 104 North Center street. WANTED A good cook. Inquire of J. C. Wasson. MANAGER WANTED Manager wanted In every large county to ap point agents for the famous "Game o'Sklll" nickel slot machine- for drinks or cigars; lawful everywhere, takes place of all forbidden slot machines. Rented or sold on easy payments. Se curft territory quiuk. Palmer Billiard Table Works, Chicago, III. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED A situation to do general hocdcwork or chamber work. Ad dress V. R. M. AGENTS "WANTED WANTED 10.000 active agents Imme diately to take orders for "Life of Iwllium Mc-Ki.-sley" memorial edi tion: graphic record of his whole illustrious carerr: elaborately Illus trated; rells at sight; best terms ti cgents; bocks on credit; sample, en abling you to make frc.-n 5 to $12 daily, by mall postpaid, free on appli cation. Address Globe Bible Pub's Co.. 723 Chestnut St., Phllada.. Pa. AGENTS WANTED Life of McKln ley; 500 page large book, handsomely Illustrated; outfit free; now ready; 73 per cent discount to agents: freight paid: credit given. Henry Neil. 323 Dearborn St.. Chicago. FOR SALE FOR SALE tr.u h ad good goats at J2.25 per head if sold soon. Address box 332. Phoenix. A. T. FOR SALE A soda water bottllns -plant; the latest Improved Carbon ator: have a good shipping trade; will instruct purchaser so as to manufac ture the goods: I put up the plants to sell; terms easy. For iartU-ulars ad dress I. X. L. Bottling Works. WIcK enburg, A. T. AUCTION Today: two city lots, also a tent bous?; at 2:30 p. m . at the corner of First avenue and Washing ton street. I will sell to the highest bidder lots Nos. 9 and 10. 25x135 feet each, block 20, Montgomery addition, being on the east side of South Second avchue. next to house No. 845; and also a good new tent house thereon. 14x18 feet, good floor, side boarded two feet and fly covering, screen doors and windows; also househoM goods, ronglsiing of bed room suit, table, chairs, parlor tables and .pii turts. 'M. A. Wupperman. Ham mond auctioneer. F7R SALE Three horses, good condi tion, drive single, double or with sad dle; delivery wagon, almost new; road cart; single and double harness. G. L. Hawn. M. E. tramp Ground. FOtfi 'SALE Horse, surrey, modern cart. Room 10 No. 2114 South First ave. FOR SALE A good sewing machine, cheap. 1420 West Washington st. FOR SALE Good saddle pony, 130 egg Petaluma Incubator, light spring wagon, lot of ripe pears. Pear Orch ard, 7th ave., mile south ruilroad. FOR SALE Forty acres, or in lots to suit, two miles fiom center oC Phoenix;- 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, hois?, wa gon and ichickens. -1631 West Wash ington street. FOR SALE Well-boring outfit com plete: suitable for . oil at one-third cost. Good team, harness and wagon, $50; good buggy, $40; mowing ma chine and rake. $10. John Heaton. one mile southwest of court house. ' WANTED Stock range and 400 head of cattle want purchaser. Apply to N. A. Morfsrd. room 6. Nivhalson buillng. Pfeoenix. aaTCrtisement taken for lea than S3 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' r:al estate line. J. ERNEST WALKER. No. 16 South Second Avenue. Offlre phnn? 501. Residence phone 3031. FOR SALE A choice piece of business property -that will bring good re turns on the Investment. This Is well located and cheap. FOR SALE Several choice building lots on- easy terms. A NICE cottage for sale on payments. Modern improvements. SECURITIES and first mortgages bought and sold. HUGH M. CREIGHTON & CO.. ISO North Center street. FOR RENT Quarter section good al falfa ranch for rent, under Arizona canal. 6 miles from town. Apply to F. Peck, 136 North Sixth St. FOR SALE-th? Orange Belt canal, taken out of the Salt river about 7 miles west ami 4 miles south of Phoe nix. A. T., in section 2B. township 1 n, range 1 east, running in a nw direc tion about 15 miles to the Agua Fiia liver in section 14. township 1 n, range 1 west of G. & S. It. B. & M., .covering about 12 s ctlon of land, nearly- all in cultivation. Sa'.d canal was formerly known as the St. John's can-ai: always plenty of water; no drouth there. Oiltert D. Gray, owner of said canal, 14 Wall street. Phoenix, A. T. FOR SAKE One pair mus. 7 and 8 ; years old: weight 875 and 92a pounds; guaranteed In every respect. For fur- ther particulars Inquire J. D. Smith, j two mil; north and three-quarters mile west of Five Points. . FOR SALE: For cash, the only store In a good mining camp; doing good busi ness and paying well: many good mines in vicinity; must be sold to close up an estate. ' Address P. F. Bussey, Harrlsburg, Ariz. FOR SALE White Pekin ducks, bert J. Straw. Peoria. Ariz. Al- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tella pact, present and future: Ladles, 2Sc; gentlemen CO cents, zsl Buchanan street, aornu of Third street. WANTED People to knew that we buy. sell and rent second-hand furni ture. Dorrls Bros.' Furniture Co. SEWINVJ wanted at 4.". W;st Buchanan St. Mrs. A. H. WANTED Everybody to know thut we have opened today for business a; ! our new place, 17 North Center si. ' 'Phoenix Coffee House. I WANTED To trade three good fresh milk cows for wagon and harness or work horses. Address 1147, Phoen.x. WANTED To renU small furnished ! house by permanent resident. Ad- j dress Jl. Z.. this office. WANTED Three or four boarders at quiet suburban place, two blocks from car line: large room?-, home cooklns. ' Jersey milk and cream and fresh eges. ' I Mrs. F. J. Hall. Fourteenth street and California avenue. Brill's addi- tion. AUCTIONEER Hammond now ready;! ror an saie engagements at the same, place. 13 South First ave. . ( STORM FI.VTri!i tlo mtr nrlo. n I 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. Old tables fit ted with our cushions are as good as new, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. See our advertise ment of "Manager Wanted" for law ful slot machine. Palmer Billiard Table Works. Chicago, 111. LOST AND FOUND LOST Brown leather strap purse, sil ver monogram M. E. S. Please re turn to M7 East Adams street, and receive reward. LOST Silver umbrella ferrule, bearing initials "M. M. P. P. E." Finder leave at McNeiil'a and receive reward. LOST Brown pacing horse, about one thousand pounds, branded Q on left thigh: mane roached. SIS reward. A. R. Eaxle, Walker, Aria. PROFESSIONAL DENTISTS. rr. john a7 LENT'i , dentist7 ifonally opposite new postomce. dla- I)Ii. J. L. HAMILTON, DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, Hub Building, 18 W. Washing ton street.. W. G. LENTZ. DENTIST. Specialist in Crown and Bridge work. Gas admin istered. Office Fleming Block. Rooms SOU 202. 103. a4. JUS. 20. 'Phone BBS. H. J. JESSOP. DENTIST. " Office. Por ter Building, corner Washington and Center streets. Rooms 14 and 18. VETERINARY SURGEON. F. O. RICHMOND. M. D. C, Phoenix. . Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist: d'reases of all domestic ani- mals scientifically treated. Office, 55 North Center street. Residence, 537 West Van Buren street. 'Phone 1001. No charge for consultation. " Agent for tbe Mors Review The Model Grocery - SmlthUn &Oray, ropritor Will Move Octoberlftt On the Corner -Next door to old stand. We carry a full line, of staple and fancy groceries. v 4 WORTH CENTER STBKXT Xeleoboae 1511. ! fills A If This Sort of Thing yoahfnoywnwb'en;. to get it; but if you wtnt t-leanlinesi, carefui nen and corractitem, turn vour laundry over to us. There u no better work drne in tbt country than we do. I,tr; Curtains, we are doing lou of 'em. Why? Cause we do 'em right. Let P Trove It to You, Voura foe Kuod work and prompt delivery, ARIZONA LAUNDRY. Cor. AHaas & 3d Sts. Phone l PHOENIX BAKERY AND . CONFECTIONERY I Is Your Bread as a feather, flaky, sweet, pal a table? Is it wholesome nourishing, strengthening? It will be all of these and more, too, if you get It from the Phoenix Bakery and Confec tionery. Ed. Eisele Proprietor Establls.il 1381 'Phone 891 CASTLE CREEK Hot Springs. TAVAFAI COTJXTT, ARIZ. Reduced rates made for the i 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. e. M.'COLHGUN, Mgr. x HOT SPRINGS. ARIZ. Phoenix Foundry and Machine Works. Machinery, Supplies, Castings, Repairs, etc, 25 to 33Korih Second Street j i Cabinet I-; If I V pi f, I? fi ll r i'. Cigar tore and Liquor 1-1-1G V. Washington Street ' ' ' W. XHODE. Proprietor IT I me Palaeo I 1 HIR3CHFKLP PERKINS Irl m l'roprtetors 1 Imported and Domestic Wines, g - Liquors and Cigars fe Ifi Phocnlz Arizona r. SCTsiirrtgtigiarairigi?ie7f -A.T- E. I "I THE HOFFMAN ij Tbe towllnt Allty is cool, the I wa is 1 1 win t uiu siumie mui E 1 ANHET7SEB - BU4CH