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THE ARIZONA BEPTTBIilCAN: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1901.
HER HUSBAND LIED. - "Simply a brolcen heart killed my wife. She lay' dying ' In my arms.M lied to her; told her that . I had beVn exonerated and was entirely cleared. So she died happy." " As he spoke. Joseph Goldman, gazing on the face of his dead wife in, . the darkened parlor of his home, 63 Bain bridge street, Brooklyn, collapsed. He was assisted to his room and a hurry call was sent for Dr. Alterio, a few doors away. Dr. Alterio said he feared Goldman was not well enough to attend the funeral of his wife. The shock of knowing that her hus band, ostensibly a commission mer chant at 41S Broadway, was arrested charged with being" In control of a burglarous gang, and her unwearied, desperate and flnnlly successful efforts to secure a $10,000 "bondsman for ' him are believed to have caused Mrs. Gold man's death. She worked frantically to clear her husband, and died believ ing she had done so. "Heart disease" is the cause assigned for it by Dr. Al terio. Goldman protested his Innocence, but was arrested and bail was demanded In $10,000. His wife tried to raise this among her relatives. It was a large amount for people who did not share her conviction and her faith. Mrs. Goldman never faltered, but the strain caused her to fall 111. As her husband watched by her bedside she suddenly shook off the delirium and raised her self on her elbow to ask: "Dear Joe. how has the case gone?" Folding her In his arms, Goldman said: ' "It's all right, dear wife; I have been proved innocent and discharged." "I knew it." gasped his , wife, and died. -mn. a newspaper printed and- published In said Maricopa County. Dated Nov. 23rd. 1901. J. H. LANGSTON. . Probate , Judge. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Entry No. 3304.) Department of the Interior. Land Of--fice at Tucson, Arlrona. November 4, 190L Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix. . Ari zona, on Tuesday. Iecember 17, liHl. viz.: Logan Rives, of Liberty. Arizona, for the S.. SWV4. Sec 17. SF.V4. SKVJ. See 18. and NE14. NE4. Sec 19, T 1 8, R 8 W. O. S. R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Will iam Adam Farlsh and Alfred D. Black mer. of Phoenix. Arizona, and Herbert E.' Kell and Thomas E. Farlsh, of Buckeye, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication Nov. 14. 1901. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE "CALIFORNIA OIL COMPANIES." NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION. In the Probate Court, of the County pt Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of Law-; rence S. Hough, Deceased. Notice of Hearing Petition for Probate of Will and Letters Testamentary.. Notice Is hereby given that Honora L, Hough has filed in this Court an In strument pMrporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Lawrence 8. Hough, deceased, and petition praying that the same be admitted to Probate and that Letters Testamentary there under be issued to her and that the same will be heard on Saturday, the seventh day of December. A. D., 1801, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said Court, in Phoenix, County of Maricopa, 'Terri tory of Arizona, and all persons Inter ested in said estate are notified -' then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer "of said petitioner Bhould not be granted. Dated November 26th. 1901. CM. ZANDER. Clerk. UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE SALE.; . The Santa Fe, Preseott & Phoenix railway and the Preseott' & Eastern Railroad companies, in compliance with the law governing the sale of un claimed baggage, advertise and will offer for sale at public auction, at their depot baggage room in Preseott. Arizona territory, the S8th day of De cember, 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m.. un claimed baggage and plunder covered by checks as "described below, which has been on hand at stations for a period of six months or more. Description of Checks." ' --, Kind. Number. Deserlp. of Bag. 13528 Paper telescope. Canvas telescope. Roll bedding. Roll bedding. Roll bedding. Roil bedding. Roll bedding. Mattress. Zinc trunk. Paper trunk. Roll bedding. "Roll bedding. Tin trunk. Roll bedding. Bundle sacks. Roll bedding. Roll bedding. Bundle tents. tl.75. 372 Canvas suit case. 10S Canvas telescope. " 330 Canvas telescope. FOUND ON TRAINS. Imitation leather hand-bag. Canvas telescope. Bundle underwear. Canvas valise. Lady's hat. Feather boa. Any person holding duplicate check covering baggage described above can secure same by calling on the under signed at Preseott, Arizona, and upon payment of storage charges 'which have been "assessed, on or before De cember 28th. 190L The word "local"" under the above headinar of description Of checks, in dicates that it Is a S. F., P. & P. local brass check: the word "route" Indi cates that it is a Santa Fe route brass check. "" ; H. P. ANEWALT. Gen. Pass. Agt. .Preseott. Ariz, First publication Nov. 25th, 1901. Route Local Route Local Route Local Route Local 584 17 166 516 168 714 572 28285 436 622 175 630 150 27872 31436 738 32458 C. O. D. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY AN ORDER TO LEASE REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT , BE MADE. In the Probte Court of the County of Maricopa. Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of Jose phine Elvey, Deceased. Order to Show Cause Why an Order to Lease Real Estate Should Not Be Made. ' Thos. K. Ifilvey. Admlslstrator of the Estate of said deceased.- having filed his petition herein duly verified, pray ing for an order to lease certain part n? ih ml utata nf 11 i 1 1 deceased, for. the purposes and reasons therein et' ?. 8. Mann. ,.k I J. P. Stocks It Is Therefore Ordered by said Court, that all persons Interested In the es tate of said deceased appear before the said Probate Court of Maricopa County Monday, the ith day of December. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m.. to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said Executor to lease the following real estate belonging to said estate. to-wlt: North-east quarter of section four, in township one north, range, two east, for the period of one year for the rental of Four Hundred ($400) Dollars per year. Reference is hereby made to the petition filed herein for further particulars. And It Is Further Ordered, That a ranr nf this nrder be nubllshed at least two successive weeks before the said Otis G. Gould day of hearing. In the Arizona Republl- C 8- Mann KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, the under signed, have this day voluntarily as sociated ourselves together for the pur pose of forming aad becoming a corp oration under and by virtue of the statutes and laws of the Territory of Arizona, and In that behalf and to that end we do hereby adopt and duly exe cute the following Articles of Incorpo ration, and do hereby certifiy and de clare as follows: FJ"R8T: That the name of said Corp oration shall be "California Oil Com panies." SECOND: That the purposes for which it is formed are to acquire oil bearing lands by purchase or lease, drill wells thereon, and produce crude petroleum and other . mineral sub stances, and to sell, refine and store the same and to generally deal In crud and refined petroleum and Its kindred by-products, and as well construct. manage and own oil tanks and pipe lines for the storage, sale or delivery of the same. To acquire, purchase! own. hold. Improve, cultivate, sell. lease and generally deal in real and personal property of every kind. To buy, sell and generally deal In all kinds of public and private stocks, bonds, se curities, cattle, horses, live stock, and as well other kinds of personal property, and deal In the capital stock and bonds of other corporations: to issue stock. certificates, notes, bonds, mortgages or other evidence of indebtedness, and to dispose of the same for the benefit of the "Corporation. - To-, explore for. discover, buy, or otherwise acquire or own water and water rights and privileges for use or for sale or for irrigation, mining, do mestic or power purposes: To issue bonds or certificates of in debtedness, and to buy, sell and dfal In the same: To create, generate,' use and sell elec tncal power for manufacturing me chanical or motive purposes: To locate, construct, purchase or otherwise acquire and to use ditches. aqueducts, pipe lines, tunnels, wells and other appliances and property for or In connection with the above or "other purposes incidental thereto, and as well to sell the same or to acquire others ' whenever business necessities may require. To develop, own or acquire water. water rights and privileges (including canals, aqueducts, flumes, ditches and pipe lines for connecting same) for sale to, or for the use of the inhabi tants of any county, village, town, Irri gation district or farming neighbor hood for any of the foregoing purposes and as well to furnish the same or either of them with electricity and electrical power for illuminating, mo tive, mechanical, manufacturing and other purposes. To lay out towns and townsltes and to,carry on and conduct any and all biisiness and do all acts and things that may be necessary for the develop ment, growth, improvement or to pro mote the fostering of the welfare of the same. To generally acquire, own.' use. sell. or otherwise dispose of, and as well deal in all kinds of property, and also to incur indebtedness, execute mort gages, and to carry on any kind of business that may be necessary or in cidental to the carrying out of each or any of the foregoing purposes. THIRD: That the place where the principal business of this corporation shall be transacted is Phoenix, Mari copa County, Territory of Arizona, and that It shall have brancn offices In the City and County of Los Angeles, State of California, and at such other places as the Board of Directors may here after designate for the purpose of holding meetings of the Directors and Stockholders, the issuance of stocks, bonds and mortgages, the occupancy of offices and the genera: transaction of business. FOURTH: That the terms for which said Corporation shall ex:st shall be twenty-five (25) years from and after the date of its incorporation. FIFTH: That the number of Di rectors of said Corporation shall be seven and that the names and resi dences of Directors" who" are appointed for the first year and to serve until the election and qualification' of their suc cessors, are as follows: . Names Whose Residence Is at A. C. Easton. Los Angeles, Cal. E. H. Groenendyke, Los Angeles, Cal. F. A.' Nance, ' Los Angeles, Cal. L. A. Crandall, Los Angeles, Cal. Otis G. Gould, Los Angeles, Cal. Los Angeles, Cal. Stocksdale. Los Angeles, Cal. SIXTH: That the amount of capital stock of satd Corporation is One Mil lion Dollars ($1,000,000) and the number of shares into which it is divided is One Million (1.000,000) of the par value of One Dollar. SEVENTH: That the amount of capital stock which has been actually subscribed ts Seven Hundred (700) Dol lars, and the following are the names of the persons by whom the same has been subscribed, to-wlt: Names of Number of Subscribers. Shares. Amount. A. C. Easton 100 $100.00 E. H. Groenendyke 100 100.00 F. A. Nance L. A. Crandall J. P Stockdalg 100 100.00 EICJHTH. That the private property ' the stockholders of said corporation Is to be exempt from any and all lia bility for corporate debts of said corporation. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have hereunto set our hands and seals this 26th day of November. A. D. 1901. A. C. EASTON. K. H. GROENENDYKE. F. A- NANCE. L. A. CRANDALL. OTIS O. GOULD. C. S. MANN. J. P. STOCKDALE. State of California. County of Los An geles, ss. On this 26th day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and one (1901) before me. Geo. W. Parsons, a Notary Public in and for said County of Los Angeles. State of California, residing therein. duly commissioned and sworn person ally appeared A. C. Easton, E. H. Groe nendyke, F. A. Nance. L. A. Crandall, Otis G. Gould. C. S. Mann and J.' P. Stocksdale. personally known to me to be the persons whose names are sub scribed to the foregoing instrument. and they acknowledged to me that they executed the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year In this certificate first above written. (Seal.) GEO. W. PARSONS. Notary Public In and for Los An geles County. State of California. Filed in the office of the County Re corder of Maricopa County this 2th day of November, 1901. Filed in the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 2th day of November. 1901. First publication December Z. 1901. CERTIFICATE OF AMENDMENTS TO THE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE "PAR VALUE GOLD MININQ COMPANY." ! ' ' . . SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED Position as Address, C. T. Hagan Ernest Walker. WOMAN bookkeeper: care of J. wants chamber work, house cleuning or day work. Call or address 4(.S South Third Ave. SITUATION WANTED by an experi enced bookkeeper; no objections to leaving the city, can furnish the best of references. Address K., care this oflice. SITUATION WANTED by an experi encer gents' furnishing goods sales man: can furnish the best of refer ences. Address N., care this office. WANTED By a thorough and com petent general merchandise salesman, position where energy and hustle will be appreciated. A 1 references. Ad dress Salesman. P. O. box 695, Phoe nix, Ariz. YOUNG MAN WANTS position of any kind that promises advancement, with party who appreciates conscien tious work. Two years' experience as bookkeeper, three years manager of credit and correspondence depart ment of wholesale concern east. In good health and willing to start at the bottom. Address "Virginian," this office. ' WANTED Situation by capable Jap anese as cook and dish-washer in mining camp or country hotel. Call at Bamboo store, 404 East Washing ton St. (Incorporated under the laws of Ari zona, August 4th, 1900.) This is to certify that at a special meeting of the stockholders of the Par Value Gold Mining Company held at Boston, in the State of Massachusetts, on Monday, the 18th day of November, 1901. in accordance with the by-laws, after due notice of the time, place and purpose had been given,, all the stock holders thereof, the. following resolu tions were adopted by majority stock vote, viz: "RESOLVED. That the authorized capital stock of this corporation be In creased from $250,000 ta $1,000,000 and that the member of Directors' be "in creased from Seven to Fifteen." "RESOLVED. That Articles Fourth and Sixth of the Articles of Incorpora tion of this Company be amended in accordance with above resolution so as to readtas follows:" : "Fourth: The' total amount of the capital stock of the said corporation Is to be One Million dollars ($1,000,000) di vided into One Million shares of the par value of One Dollar ($1.00) each: which capital Is to be paid in In cash, real and personal property, leases, con tracts, agreements, machinery, labor, merchandise, materials or otherwise. In the discretion of the Board of Direct ors, upon the Issue and delivery of said stock from time to time. "SIXTH: That the officers of said corporation to conduct Its affairs shall consist of a Board of Directors com posed of Fifteen members, to be elected at the annual meeting of the stock holders. Said directors shall hold office for one year and until their successors are elected and qualified. They shall elect from among their number President and Vice President: they shall also elect a Secretary and Treas urer as well as such other officers and agents as they may require, who need not be directors." IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I. Joseph H. Reall. President of said corpora tion, have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of said cor poration, attested by the Secretary hereto, this eighteenth day of Novem ber. A. D. 1901. (Seal.) PAR VALUE GOLD MINING COMPANY. JOSEPH H. REALL. President. Attest: EDWARD L. TIERNEY. Secretary State of Massachusetts, County of Suffolk, ss. Before me the subscriber. Chas. Hall HELP "WANTED WANTED Errand boy at this office, tlood chance for bright boy to learn the printer's trade. WANTED Boy willing to work, at Board of Trade office early this morning. WANTED Two waitresses, two cham ber maids, ranch hand, milker, prun ers. W. A. MacMride Co. Employ ment Agency. Monihon, Bldg. CARPENTERS WANTED Four or five first-class finishers. Long Job. wages $4.00 per day. Board at the Harvey House $5.00 per week. Will need bedding, sleep In good, warm car. Apply on the work with tools, at Seligman, Ariz. John W. Mc Quade. . GIRL WANTED for light house work, family small. 920 State street. Brill's addition car. GIRL WANTED for room work and some house work. P. O. Box C4S. lOl'NO MEN for railway mail clerki. Inter-States Corres. Inst., Cedar Rap ids. Ia. REAL ESTATE FOR . RENT Furnished houses and rooms. d 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 real estate line. J. ERNEST WALKER, No. 16 South Second Avenue. Office phone 501. Residence phone 3031. FOR RENT An Ideal home. 8 rooms, brick, large barn, lawn, flowers, shade and ornamental trees. Very low rent by the year. FOR RENT Furnished six-room. modern brick residence In Capital addition. FOR SALE Lot on North First Ave. Fine shade trees. A bargain. FOR SALE A brick house in Grand Avenue Addition worth $1,000 for $651. FOR SALE Two lots on North Sev enth St. My price will surprise you. BUSINESS CHANCE: A wide-awake partner wanted in an old established restaurant business; $100.00 per month profit for the right man: must have $350 cash. Experience not nec essary. $2,500.00 WILL BUY a good paying general merchandise business. E. E. PASCOE. Phone 1496. 110 North Center St. FOR SALE Cool, brick house, two blocks from cars; also piano. 218 North Tenth Ave. FOR SALE Choice building lot in good location, being lot 11. Orchard Grove addition to Phoenix. Price $400. Address owner. L. H. Mitchell, 310 Stimson block, Los Angeles, Cal. WANTED I have for sale very cheap a cosy house and two big lots Irk Brill's addition; twenty acres of ex cellent land planted to alfalfa and oranges, and two fine saddle ponies. Prices reasonable and terms to suit. Call on or address S, M. McCowan, Indian school. RARE CHANCE The Hardy orange groves near crosscut canal for sale at sacrifice. They must be sold. Mrs. J. B. Hardy, 500 N. Fifth Ave., Phoenix. FOR SALE CHEAP 30 acres highly Improved land 4 miles northeast of Phoenix. All in alfalfa, good build ings and well fenced into five fields. Also 20 head uf luth3m dairy cows, and dairy and butter-making fix tures can be purchased with the land. Address Box 904. Phoenix. FOR 6ALE Hens and eggs: buff an! -Trarred 'Plynjouth- Rocks. Golden Wing Ranch. ' McDowell road. Telephone FOR . SALE Flrstclasa. saloon prop erty in one of Yavapai county's best mining " camps. Reason for sale: death of owner. For particulars ad dress Box "J," Preseott. Ariz. J. H. Klbbey. A. J. Edwards. KIBBEY & EDWARDS. Lawyers. 19-21 - - :i'C. I Soulh Center: street. Phoenix, Arizona. jrminu- floor. .. . L - - - FOR SALE Poultry farm fully equlp- ped. This place has yielded returns at the rate of 8 per cent per month on Investment for the last seven months. Box 396. Phoenix, Arizona. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS MhSTLZl A. EJwADTxlierN - enced card reader, tells past, present and future; Ladles, 25c; gentlemen, . 0 cents. ' 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. - WANTED A house tent about, ten by fourteen feet, with frame. Apply to Box 483. , SCIENTIFIC PALMIST Mme. phine 242 E. Washington St. Jose- $100 REWARD for the return of the following to the undersigned: 1 large gents' gold ling set with solitaire dia mond; 1 ladies' gold ring set 15 dia monds; 1 ruby and 1 sapphire in cir clet; 1 ladles' gold ring set large green stone with brilliants; 1 ladles' gold ring set emerald with diamonds; 1 large plain gold band ring. The above disappeared from Martinez Hotel on or about November 20. We will pay one hundred dollars for the return of the above five rings. Mar tinez Mercantile Co., Martinez, Ariz. INFORMATION regarding the where abouts of my son, Willie Williamson, aged 14, light complexion, blue eyes, dressed in overalls, black slouch hat. brown coat, will be thankfully re ceived by his father. L. J. William son, Box 1132, Bisbee. Ariz. ATTORNETS-AT-LAW. FUMIGATION OF ROOMS DONE UN der direction of city health department, as required by ordinance No. 325. which -requires all rooms occupied by tuber cular patients to be thoroughly fumi gated before being reoccupied. Work done promptly and at small cost. Leave orders at city health office, No. 300 East Adams st. Telephone 171. Robt. Clark. VIAVI TOILETTE PARLORS. 218 West Jefferson street. Turkish, Electric arid Vapor Baths. Massage and Facial Treatments. We are here to stay. 21S West Jefferson street. ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING. Assayer and Metallurgist. All kinds of laboratory tests for best reduction method. Office and labora tory, 18 N. 2nd. Ave.. Phoenix. Arizona. AMBROSE CORRAL, v J. W. Ambrose, Prop., Cor. First Avenue and Monroe St Does a GENERAL LI VERY AND CORRAL Business. - WANTED To buy a good, big second hand safe. Address, P. O. Box 992. City. WANTED Chickens. turkeys and Belgian hares. Will pay highest market price. Hoghe. at the Palace Chop House. ALL kinds of printing, ruling, book - and magazine binding and book re pairing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican office. AUCTIONEER Hammond now ready for all sale engagements at the same place, 15 South First ave. - THE VIAVI- REMEDIES CURE CA tarrh, stomach trouble, uterine diseases, etc. Mrs. R. La Brum. 218 West Jeffer son street. Manager for Arizona. Con sultation free afternoons. LOST AND FOUND ONE bay horse, 10 years old, right ear split, bunch on left ankle, came to Broncho Corral, Five Points, .Thurs day, Nov. 28. WANTED Men to learn barber trade; tools furnished opportunity for earn ing board; positions guaranteed. Write for particulars. Moler's Bar ber College, 1625 Larimer, Denver, Colo. FOR SALE The KUroy's New Pales tine Cottage: one of the cosiest cot tage homes in Phoenix: lovely large grounds, shade trees, alfalfa, roses, gravel walks, etc. a truly typical home. Apply on the premises, 911 S. First ave. WANTED A good live man to sell Singer sewing machines. Apply 239 E. Washington. COUNTRY BOARD nine miles out. home cooking with plenty of fresh eggs and cream: terms reasonable. Address W. W. Wade. Glendale. Ariz FOR RENT BOARDERS WANTED In nice coun try home. Inquire at fruit stand, postofflce building. ' FOR RENT House with 5 acres of land and cow, 38. Address 220 East Madison street. FOR RENT For less than a fortune, 10 acres on North Center St., close in: small house, well and good stand al falfa. About a hundred poultry and 12 tons of hay will be sold to renter. Call on owner. 28 N. Second Ave. PARTIES DESIRING excellent food and surroundings most favorable to health. should Investigate Camp Tewksbury, Box 265. FOR RENT UNFURNISHED A mod ern nine-room brick house, beautiful grounds In Bennett's addition. Would .prefer yearly tenant. Inquire Welr Ick & Latham. 47 North Center St. COUNTRY BOARD Persons desiring first-class rooms and board can find same at Rumney's ranch, on Grand avenue, 1H miles from city. Mail de livered every morning. Free trans portation to and from city daily. Telephone 3321. ROOMS FOR RENT ceiore me me .uu.-. .ur. Fnn nENT-Nicely furnished room in "aZZSrrXlZlr ,fr the! Pate residence, with use of porcc- lnln bath, hot and cold .water; suburbs, near car line. Address "H. this oflice. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, re siding in the City of Boston, personally appeared Joseph H. Reall. who being duly "sworn Bays that he is President of poR RENT Three furnished - rooms. the Par Value Gold Mining company! 531 vuth First Ave. and was personally present at the ex- ..tion M above certificate and duly. FOR RENT Furnished housekeepin ffliH , v. ..minno uni nf said coroo-1 rooms, also single rooms, at 491 ration thereto; that the said seal so North Fourth Ave. ' affixed Is the common and corporate seal of said Par Value Gold Mining. Company and that above certificate was duly sealed and Is acknowledged YOU MAKE NO MISTAKE in coming FOR RENT A nice furnished room at 31 South Thirteenth Ave. to the Portland for pleasant rooms and good board at reasonable rates. by him as an for the act and deed or said corporation In pursuance of res olutions duly adopted by said corpo ration as stated for the purposes there in mentioned. And that the name of this deponent subscribed to said cer tificate as President of said corpora tion. In attestation of the due execu tion thereof. Is of this deponent's proper handwriting. " JOSEPH H. REALL. SWORN AND SUBSCRIBED TO THE LELAND Has been newly pa- HOTEL IRVING. Mrs. A. E. Fouch, proprietor, 530 West Washington St. Newly furnished rooms by the day or week; also unfurnished rooms. CAPITOL HOTEL Furnished rooms by day, week or month. Reasonable rates. pered and furnished, new proprietor, and is strictly first-class in all re spects. Roome $2 up, single or ' en suite. Housekeeping privileges. Special attention given invalids. Adams street, opposite Hotel Adani3. before me this eighteenth day of No vember. A. D. 1901. (Seal.) CHAS. HALL ADAMS. Commissioner of Deeds for the Territory of Arizona. Territory of Arizona. County of Mari copa, ss. I, B. F. McFall. County Recorder In and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have , ... tnwatrnitr onnv with the n.inin n i rw, r tho Articles WANTED Occupants for nicely fur n, iho p.r v.in. MH itin-1 nlshed tents. Terms, with good board. lng Company, filed and recorded in my $1.00 per day. Address Box 602. city, PRIVATE BOARDING 100 100 100 100 100.00 loo.oo 100.00 ioo.oo office on the 26th day of Nov., 1901, in COUNTRY BOARD and room wanted book wo. s ot incorp. at rage , i and that the same is a full, true and I correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL of office this 26th day of November, 1901. (Seal.) , B. F. McFALL, County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy. Filed in the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 26th day of November, A. D., 1901, at 2 p. m. WILLIAM ENGLISH. Assistant Secretary of Arizona First publication Nov. 30. by young man in poor health, no con sumption. Can give private Instruc tions In bookeeplng, stenography, penmanship or common branches for nil or part expenses. Address Box 10, this office. WANTED Two or three boarders for a nice place in the country. P. O. Box 201, City. COUNTRY BOARD First class. First house east of Indian school. Five minutes' walk to street car. Before locating see our canvas side, shingle roof cottages. B. A. Grant. LOST Bay horse, no brand, slightly lame right front foot. Finder please notify J. W. Dorris. PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC. 1. K. PASCOE. Notary Public. Con veyancinir a speciality. Acknowledge ments taKen. isortn center street, opposite Hotel Adams. EXPEUT ACCOUNTANT. J. HENRY WOOD, Expert Accountant, jeL Si a. r-noenix. adz. hooks ol ac count audited and systematized; minim? and other Investments investigated; also acts as incorporator ana aeent for Art zona corporations. Formerly Savings Bank Auditor. Buffalo. N. Y.. Treasurer and Manager Cobre Grande Copper Co., Golden Wave Mining Co.. etc.. etc MUSIC. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Estimates Furnished Rooms 11-12-IS O'fleill Budding P. U. Box 673, Phoenix, Arizona. Joe Fifield Geo. a. OlUsxhtr t)est Properties Pot- Rent and For Sale. C0LLIJTS. TAYLOR & SOU, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Rentlnc m Sg9ecfalty. -Ho. 11 N. First ATinne, Phoenix Ariz. Wciler' S Meat Market.. Next Door tu Postofflce The best of everything. Bar becued Meats a specialty. A WBILBR, - - Proprietor The Detroit 618 and 620 W- Washington St. Furnished rooms -with or without board. Rooms, $7, J8 and $10 per month. G. H. BL.DRIDGE. Proprietor. THE "KELSO," corner Third avenue and Adams street: select private boardins; house. In desirable part of the city; references. MISS FANNY PECK, TEACHER OF pianoforte playins;. A pupil of Carl Stasny of The New Bngland Con servatory of Music; also teacher of harmony. Graduate of theory under Lewis C. Elson, of Boston. 136 North Sixth St. FOR SALE FOR SALE Parlor stand, gas ranee. iron bed. bed spring, dining tabic. 453 N. 5th avenue. FOR SALE Good saddle pony. Garnett. . R. F. FOR SALE A herd of choice milch iovk. with lease on ranch, suitably located for retail delivery. Address Box 234. Phoenix. FOR SALE A good paying business. For particulars address Box 7ST. TO THE MUSIC LOVERS: MR. Fountain, the mandolin virtuoso, has been for some time studying in the New England Conservatory of Music of Boston, under the direction of the grand master of music, in general theory, harmony, piano, violin, cor net, mandolin and guitar. He is go ing to establish a music studio in Phoenix, where he will be glad to give primary lessons In theory, piano, violin, mandolin and guitar, stringed, brass and reed instruments. Prof. Fountain has a grand reputa tion as a teacher and performer on various instruments. He Is well rec ommended grand, passionate teach ing. As soon as he arrives he will give notice of his location. FOR SALE Loose alfalfa hay and small ranch. Snldow, Valley Pride Creamery. FOR SALE A very good lady's rid ing horse, gentle and willing. Apply to Torrey Everett, Femberton road, corner of Cave Creek road. FOR SALE: Twenty head of young milk cows. Eight milking now. Others will be fresh soon. Address J. J. Casey. Phoenix, Ariz. FOR SALE! Horse, good driver and saddler, price $75. Apply J. C. Was son. Buckeye Canal otnee. GRAND CANAL waterright foreighty acres. V. K. James, Phoenix. FOR SALE: Gentle horse, buggy and harness. 1612 West Washington St. BEES AND RANCH for sale. 5 colony. Address John Nippert, Box 1051. FOR SALE Well-drilling machine complete; also will make wells; guar antee good water or no pay. John Heaton. P. O. FOR SALE Lot of fine game chick' ens. Call on or address No. 45 West Washington St., uoll s saloon. FOR SALE A prosperous and lucra tive business. Small capital quired. Address Box 1338. P. O. FOR SALE Five head of horses, sad dle and driving, all gentle. Inquire Capitol Mills. BICYCLE TIRES, best and cheapest. 9 S. First Ave. KEEP YOUR FRIEDMAN, .THE PAWNBROKER, who can help you in time of need, and you can always find him at 41 North Center, where he Is open for any fair deal, and has bargains for everyone In unredeemed pledges, such as watches, diamonds, shotguns, rifles and revolvers. Arizona Loan OfTIe A I North Center 8treec Near Hotel Adams. THE STAR Express, Baggage and Transfer Co. ' Office t2 Bast Washington St. Telephone 191 PHTTNEB, DUNCAN & RENO, Proprietors THE HOFFMAN s The bowling Alley is cool, the Beer Is Pi ?8 frem cold storage and Is g Ej ANEED8ES - BX78CH. p CASSIO C. BRANNAN. TEACHER of artistic vtolin playing. Twenty years a teacher. Pupils prepared for the concert stage. Lessons on other stringed Instruments. Mr. Brannan was educated by the best masters of Europe and America. Phoenix peo ple who want the best work recom mend him. At RedewIU's Music House. : . a The 1 HIRSCHFKLD A PERKINS Proprietors Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars Phoenix . Arisona M Phoenix STUDY SPANISH. NO BUSINESS man can afford to be ignorant of Spanish In localities where it is large ly used. Mr. Cassio C. Brannan Is an able teacher (by the natural meth od) of Spanish, French and German, giving lessons privately or In classes. Progress and correct pronunciation guaranteed. At Redewill's. MISS TROWBRIDGE. TEACHER OF water-color and oil painting. Studio 401 Fleming Block. Class hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. No classes Tuesday or Friday. Pictures on sale.' Christ' mas orders executed promptly. Visi tors always welcome. VETERINARY SURGEON. F. O. RICHMOND, M. D. C, Phoenix, Arizona. Veterinary Sureeon and Dent 1st: difleases of all domestic animals scientifically treated. Office. 35 North Center street. Residence 537 West Van Ruren street. 'Phone 1001. No charge for consultation. Agent for the -Horse Review. i Cabinet i Cigar Store and Liquor Houses 14-16 W. Washington Street P. s P 'A 3 3 W. THODE. B Pr.pH.fs, Southern Pacific Co. til. trdns DR. HOWARD RAMSAY. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Office, corner First avenue and Monroe street, Ambrose Corral. Phoenix. Arizona, - Telephone 3313. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing January 30. will leave Maricopa as foil sr. 3.CO A. M. DAILY NfiW ORLRA2sS express for Titer, Benson. Jjeminp, Kl Paso, San itonio, Houston. New Orleans. Connecting; at New Or leans for Cincinnati an1 Ctcao; also for Washington, Ilaltlmcr PW-iilpiiia, New York and Boston. - I, C pv P. M. DAILY UXJTim TRAIN V fur Gila Bend and way st&ttons. 4,CO P. M. DAILV MIXED TRAIN tor Tucson and way stations. P. M. DAILY PACIFIC BX preps for L-s Anroles, Fresno, Sacramento and Sen Francisco, Con necting at Sacramento 8&n Fmn cisoo for points in Nevada raid Utah. V. HI GOODMAN. K X Pass. Atft. 9:13