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THE AKIZOHA REPUBLICAN: JH'ONDAY MOBNING, JANUARY 6, 1902.
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ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION
OP THE
"SONORA MINING AND DEVEL
OPMENT COMPANY OP PHOE
NIX, ARIZONA."
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we, the under
signed, have this day voluntarily asso
ciated ourselves together for the pur
pose of forming a Corporation under
the laws of the Territory of Arizona,
and do hereby certify as follows, to
wit: ARTICLE L
The mime of said Corporation shall
he Sonora Mining and Development
Company, and its principal place of
transacting business shall be at Phoe
nix. Maricopa County. Arizona, with
a branch office at the City of Toledo,
State of Ohio, and at such other places
as may be determined by the Board of
Directors.
The names of the incorporators of
said Corporation are: Arthur E.
Klauser. E. W. Tolerton.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the different
kinds of business proposed to be trans
acted by this Corporation Is as follows,
to-wit:
To purchase, lease, bond or otherwise
aoquire. own, exchange, sell or other
wise dispose of. pledge, mortgage, hy
pothecate and deal in mines, mining
claims, oil lands, mineral lands, oil,
gas, water rights, and to work, mine,
explore and develop the same.
To do a general real estate and mer
cantile business.
To own and carry on a milling and
smelting works.
To borrow money, execute mort
gages or deeds of trust to Becure the
same, and in general to do all things
necessary to the proper conduct of the
business of this Corporation, not In
consistent with the laws of the United
States and the Territory of Arizona.
ARTICLE III.
Among the powers of this body corp
orate shall be: To have perpetual suc
cession: to sue and be sued by its cor
porate name: to have a common seal
and alter the same at pleasure: to
Vrescribe the mode of making trans
fers of stock or interests of its stock
holders; to make contracts: to ac
quire and transfer property of every
kind and description, both real and
personal, and to possess the same pow
ers in such respects as private indi
viduals now enjoy: to establish by
laws and make all rules and regula
tions deemed expedient for the man
agement of Its affairs, not Inconsist
ent with the laws and Constitution of
the United States and the laws of the
Territory of Arizona.
ARTICLE IV.
The amount of the capital stock of
the Corporation shall be One Million
Dollars (Jl.OOO.OOO.OO). divided into one
million (1.000.000) shares, of the par
value of One Dollar ($1.00) each, fully
paid up and forever non-assessable.
ARTICLE V.
The time of the commencement of
this Corporation shall be the date of
the filing of these Articles of Incorpo
ration in the office of the Secretary of
Arizona, and the termination thereof
shall be twenty- five years thereafter.
ARTICLE VI.
The affairs of this Corporation shall
be conducted by a Board of seven Di
rectors, who shall be elected annually
by the Stockholders of the Corpora
tion. ARTICLE VII.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability, direct or contingent, to
which this Corporation shall subject
itself at any time is Fifty Thousand
Dollars ($50,000.00).
ARTICLE VIII.
The private property of the stock
holders of this Corporation shall be ex
empt from all corporate debts.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
day of December. 1901.
Herman R. Klauser, (Seal)
Arthur E. Klauser, (Seal)
E. W. Tolerton, (Seal)
State of Ohio, County of Lucas, ss.
On this day of December, In the
year 1901. before me. R. W. Klrkley. a
notary public in and for the State and
County aforesaid, residing therein,
duly commissioned and sworn, person
ally appeared Herman R. Klauser. Ar
thur W. Klauser, and E. W. Tolerton.
known to me to be the persons de
scribed in. whose names are subscribed
to. and who executed the annexed in
strument, and they acknowledged to
me that they executed- the same for
the purposes and considerations there
in expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
Official Seal at my office in the said
State and County, the day and year
last above written.
R. W. Klrkley.
(Notarial Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires Feb. 11,
1902.
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
compared the foregoing copy with the
original Articles of Incorporation of
the Sonora Mining and Development
Company of Phoenix. Arizona, filed
and recorded In my office on the 23 day
of December. 1901. In Book No. 8 of
Incorporations, 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 23 day of December. 1901.
B. F. McFall.
(Seal) County Recorder.
By A. S. Arthur. Deputy.
Filed in the office of the Secretary
of the Territory of Arizona this 23rd
day of December A. D. 1901. at 2:30
P' William English.
Assistant Secretary of Arizona.
First publication Jan. 2.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE
IDAHO MINING AND EXPLORA
TION COMPANY."
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we, whose hands
are hereunto affixed, do hereby associ
ate ourselves together for the purpose
of forming a corporation under the
laws of the Territory of Arizona, and
to that end make the following state
ment: First: The names of the corpora
tors are: George A. Williams, J. Bush
nell Sperry, Frederick Howell, and the
name of the corporation shall be The
Idaho Mining and Exploration Com
pany. The principal place In which the
business of said corporation within the
Territory of Arizona Is to be trans
acted in Phoenix, Maricopa County.
Arizona, and the principal place of
business of said corporation outside
the Territory of Arizona shall be the
City of New York in the State of New
York- at which meetings of the Board
of Directors may be held, and the cor
poration may have such branch offices
either within or without the Territory
of Arizona as may be established by
the Board of Directors.
Second: The general nature of the
business proposed to be transacted by
this corporation is as follows, to-wit:
To purchase, lease, bond, locate or
otherwise acquire, own, exchange, sell or
otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage,
hypothecate and deal in real estate
and any and all kinds of personal prop
erty, mines, mining claims, oil lands,
mineral lands, oil, gas, asphaltum, pe
troleum, water and water rights and
machinery, and to work, mine, explore,
operate and develop the same; to do a
general real estate, manufacturing and
mercantile business; to own. handle
and control letters patent and inven
tions and shares of capital stock of
other corporations; to borrow money
and execute notes, bonds, mortgages.
or deeds of trust to secure the same,
and to exercise in respect of all such
bonds, mortgages, notes, shares of cap
ital stock and other securities and obli
gations any and all rights, powers and
privileges of individual owners thereof,
including the right to vote upon any
shares of stock held by It to the same
extent that a natural person might or
could do: and in general to do all
things necessary to the proper conduct
of the business of this corporation In
the Territory and elsewhere, not Incon
sistent with the Jaws of the United
States and the Territory of Arizona.
Third: The authorized amount of
capital stock ot this corporation shall
be one million dollars m,000,000 divid
ed into one million shares of the par
value of one dollar ((1.00) each. At
such time as the Board of Directors
may by resolution direct, said capital
stock shall be paid into this corpora
tion either In cash or by the sale and
transfer to It of real or personal prop
erty for the UBes and purposes of said
corporation, in payment for which
hares of the capital stock of said cor
poration may be issued and the capital
stock so Issued shall thereupon and
thereby become and be fully paid up
and nonassessable, and In the absence
of actual fraud in the transaction the
Judgment of the directors as to tne
value of the property purchased shall
be conclusive.
Fourth: The time of the commence
ment of this corporation shall be the
date of the filing of these Articles of
Incorporation in the office of the Secre
tary of Arizona, and the termination
thereof shall be twenty-five years
thereafter.
Fifth: The affairs of this corpora
tion shall be conducted by a board of
seven directors and the following
names shall constitute the Board of Di
rectors until their successors are elect
ed: Frank W.Hunt. Ralph D. Quarels.
Frank Steunenberg, " Oeorce A. v n
liams. J. Bushnell Sperry. Walter Cox.
Frederick Howell. Thereafter the
Rnard of Directors shall be elected
from among the stockholders as the
By-Laws of the corporation may pro
vide.
Sixth : The highest amount or in
debtedness or liability, direct or con
tingent, to which this corporation is at
any time subject shall be six hundred
thousand dollars ($600,000.)
Seventh: The private property of the
stockholders of this corporation shall
be exempt from corporate debts of any
kind whatsoever.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
eighteenth day of December. 1901.
GEORGE A. WILLIAMS. (Seal)
J. BUSHNELL SPERRY. (Seal)
FREDERICK HOWELL. (Seal)
State of New York.
County of New York, ss:
On this eighteenth day of December,
in the year 1901 before me. Walter Cox
a Notary Public, In and for the state
and county aforesaid, residing therein,
duly commissioned and sworn, person
ally appeared George A. Williams, J.
Bushnell Sperry and Frederick Howell
known to me to be the persons des
cribed in. whose names are subscribed
to. and who executed the annexed in
strument, and they acknowledged to
me that they executed the same for
the purposes and considerations therein
expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
official seal, at my office in the said
state and county, the day and year last
Rbove written.
(Notarial Seal) WALTER COX.
Notary Public.
N. Y. County.
My. commission expires March 30th,
1902 '
Territory of Arizona.
County of Maricopa, ss:
I, B. 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 Incorporation of the
Idaho Mining and Exploration com
pany filed and recorded In my office on
the 24th day of December. 1901, in Book
No. 8 ot Incorporations 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 office,
this 24th day of December, 1901.
(Seal) B. F. M FALL,
County Recorder.
By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy.
Filed in the office of the Secretary of
the Territory of Arizona this 24th day
of December, A. D.. 1901. at 2 p. m.
WILLIAM ENGLISH.
Assistant Secretary of Arizona.
First publication Jan. 2.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.
OF THE
THE CONTINENTAL MINING.
SMELTING AND DEVELOPING
COMPANY."
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we. whose hands
are hereunto affixed, do hereby associ
ate ourselves together for the purpose
of forming a corporation under the
laws of the Territory of Arizona, and
to that end make the following state
ment: First.
The names of the corporators are:
Gust H Hammell. Jr.. Charles H. Will
iams and Edward Beisbarth, and the
name 6f the Corporation shall be The
Continental Mining, Smelting and De
veloping Company. The principal
place in which the business of said cor-
porn t ion within the Territory of Ari
zona Is to be transacted Is Phoenix,
Maricopa County. Arizona, and the
principal place of business of said Cor
poration outside the Territory of Ari
zona shall be the City of St. Louis, in
the State of Missouri, at which meet
ings of the Board of Directors may be
held, and the Corporation may have
such branch offices either within or
without the Territory of Arizona as
iiuty uf eHiuuiifnea oy me Hoard or
Directors.
Second.
The general nature of the business
proposed to be transacted by this Cor
poration Is as follows, to-wit:
To purchase, lease, bond, locate or
uinernme uciuire. own, exenange, sell
or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mort
gage, hypothecate and deal in real es
tate and any and all kinds of personal
property, mines, mining claims, oil
lands, mineral lands, oil, gas, asphalt
um. petroleum, water and water rights
and machinery, and to work, mine, ex
plore, operate and develop the same; to
do a general real estate, manufactur
ing and mercantile business: to own.
handle and control letters patent and
inventions and shares of capital stock
of other corporations; to borrow mon
ey and execute notes, bonds, mort
gages or deeds of trust to secure th
same, and to exercise in respect of all
such bonds, mortgages, notes, shares
of capital stock and other securities
and obligations any and all rights,
powers and privileges of individual
owners thereof, including the right to
vote upon any shares of stock held by
it to the same extent that a natural
person might or could do; and In gen
eral to do all things necessary to the
proper conduct of the business of this
Corporation in the Territory and else
where, not inconsistent with the laws
of the United States and the Territory
of Arizona.
Third.
The authorized amount of capital
stock of this corporation shall be One
Million dollars ($1,000,000) divided into
one million shares of the par value of
one dollar ((1) each. At such time as
the Board of Directors may by resolu
tion direct, said capital stock shall be
paid into this Corporation, either in
cash or by the sale and transfer to it
of real, or persona! property for the
uses and purposes of said Corporation,
in payment for which shares of the
capital stock of said Corporation may
be issued, and the capital stock so Is
sued shall thereupon and thereby be
come and be fully paid up and non
assessable, and in the absence of ac
tual fraud in the transaction the Judg
ment of the Directors as to the value
of the property purchased shall be con
clusive. Fourth.
The time of the commencement of
this Corporation shall be the date of
the filing of these Articles of Incorpo
ration in the office of the Secretary of
Arizona, and the termination thereof
shall be twenty-five years thereafter.
Fifth. .
The affairs of this Corporation shall'
be conducted by a Board of four Di
rectors, and the- following-named shall
constitute the Board of Directors until
their successors are elected: Gust H.
Hammel. Jr.. C. H. Williams. Edward
Beisbarth. Thereafter the Board of
Directors shall be elected from among
the stockholders as the By-Laws of the
Corporation may provide.
Sixth.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability, direct or contingent, to
which this Corporation is at any time
subject shall be not more than two
third dollars ($66,666).
Seventh.
The private property of the stock
holders of this Corporation shall be
exempt from corporate debts of any
kind whatsoever.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
ISth day of December. 1901.
Gust H. Hammell. Jr., (Seal)
C. H. Williams, (Seal)
R. J. Wilson. (Seal)
Edw. Beisbarth. (Seal)
State of Missouri. County of Jeffer
son, ss.
On this eighteenth day of December,
in the year 1901, before me, Clara E.
Zollmann, a notary public in and for
the State and County aforesaid, resid
ing therein, duly commissioned and
sworn, personally appeared Gust H.
Hammell. C. H. Williams. R. J. Wilson
and Ed. Beisbarth. known to me to be
the persons described in, whose names
are subscribed to, and who executed
the annexed instrument, and they ac
knowledged to me that they executed
the same for the purposes and consid
erations therein expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
Official Seal, at my office in the said
State and County, the day and year
last above written.
Clara E. Zollmann.
(Notarial Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires Jan. 19. 1905.
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
compared the foregoing copy with the
original Articles of Incorporation of the
Continental Mining. Smelting and De
veloping Company, filed and recorded
in my office on the 23d day of Decem
ber, 1901, in Book No. 8 of Incorpora
tions 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 23d day of December, 1901.
(Seal) B. F. McFall.
County Recorder.
Ry A. S. Arthur. Deputy.
Filed in the office of the Secretary of
the Territory of Arizona this twenty
third day of December. A. D., 1901, at
2:30 p. m.
William English,
Assistant Secretary of Arizona.
First publication Jan. 1.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.
OF THE
THE' SKOOKUM GOLD MINING
COMPANY."
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we. whose hands
are hereunto affixed, do hereby associ
ate ourselves together for the purpose
of forming a corporation under the
laws of the Territory of Arizona, and
to that end make the following state
ment: First. The named of corporators
are: Max I. Heldman, James S.
Shortle, R. J. Lavery. and the name of
the Corporation shall lie The Skookum
Gold Mining Company. The principal
place in which the business of said
Corporation within the Territory of
Arizona is to be transacted Is Phoe
nix. Maricopa County. Arizona, and
the principal place of business of said
Corporation outside of the Territory of
Arizona shall be the City of Chicago,
in the State of Illinois, at which meet
ings of the Board o" Directors may be
held, and the Corporation may have
such branch offices either within or
without the Territory of Arizona as
may be established by the Board of
Directors.
Second. The general nature of the
business proposed to be transacted by
this Corporation, is as follows, to-wit:
To purchase, lease, bond, locate or
otherwise acquire, own, exchange, sell,
or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mort
gage, hypothecate and deal in real es
tate and any and all kinds of personal
property, mines, mining claims, oil
lands, mineral lands, oil, gas. asphalt
um. petroleum, water and water rights
and machinery, and to work. mine, ex
plore, operate and develop the same:
to do a general real estate, manufac
turing and mercantile business: to
own. handle and control letters patent
and Inventions and shares of capital
stock of other corporations: to borrow
money and execute notes, bonds, mort
gages, or deeds of trust to secure the
same, and to exercise in respect of all
such bonds, mortgages, notes, shares
of capital stock and other securities
and obligations any and all rights,
powers and privileges of Individual
owners thereof, including the right to
vote upon any shares of stock held by
it to the same extent that a natural
person might or could do; and In gen
eral to do all things necessary to the
proper conduct of the business of this
corporation in the Territory and else
where, not inconsistent with the laws
of the United States and the Territory
of Arizona.
Third. The authorized amount of
capital stock of this Corporation shall
be One Million Five Hundred Thou
sand Dollars ((l.noO.OOO.OO) divided Into
one million five hundred thousand
shares of the par value of One Dollar
($1.00) each. At such time as the
Board of Directors may by resolution
direct said capital stock shall be paid
into this Corporation either in cash or
by the sale and transfer to it of real
or personal property for the uses and
purposes of said Corporation. In pay
ment for which shares of the capital
stock of said Corporation may be is
sued and the capital stock so issued
shall thereupon and thereby become
and be fully paid up and non-assessable.
and in the absence of actual fraud
in the transaction the Judgment of the
Directors as to the value of the prop
erty purchased shall be conclusive.
Fourth. The time of the commence
ment of this Corporation shall be the
date of the filing of these "Articles of
Incorporation in the oflice of the Sec
retary of Arizona and the termination
thereof shall be twenty-five years
thereafter.
Fifth. The affairs of this Corpora
tion shall be conducted by a Board of
five Directors and the following named
shall constitute the Board of Directors
until their successors are elected:
Lewis Loewenstien, Frank M. Cox,
Julius N. Heldman. Gustav Loewen
stien, and James S. Shortle. Thereaf
after the Board of Directors shall be
elected from the stockholders as the
By-Laws of the Corporation may pro
vide. Sixth. The highest amount of in
debtedness or liability, direct or con
tingent, to which this Corporation is
at any time subject shall be Five Hun
dred Thousand DolHrs (500.000.00).
Seventh. The private property of
the stockholders of this Corporation
shall be exempt from corporate debts
of any kind whatsoever.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. We have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
17th day of December. 1901.
Max I. Heldman. (Seal)
James S. Shortle. (Seal)
R. J. Lavery. (Seal)
State of Illinois. County of Cook. ss.
On this 17th day of December, in the
year 1901. before me. I. B. Llpson. a
notary public In and for the State and
County aforesaid, residing therein.
duly commissioned and sworn, person
ally appeared Max I. Heldman, James
S. Shortle and R. J. Lavery, known to
me to be the persons described in.
whose names are subscribed to, and
who executed the annexed instrument,
and they acknowledged to me that
they executed the same for the pur
poses and considerations therein ex
pressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed my
Official Seal, at my office In the said
State and County, the day and year
last above written.
Isaac B. Lipson,
(Notarial Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires May 1st.
1905.
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
compared the foregoing copy with the
original Articles of Incorporation of
the Skookum Gold Mining Company,
tiled and recorded in. my office on the
26th day of December. 1901. in Book
No. 8 of Incorporations 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 office
this 2Cth day of December, 1901.
(Seal) H. F. McFall,
County Recorder.
By A. S. Arthur, Deputy.
Filed in the office of the Sscretary of
the Territory of Arizona this 26th day
of December, A. I). 1901, at 3 p. m.
William English.
Asst. Secretary of Arizona.
First publication Jan. 1.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Th regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the National Bank of
Arizona at Phoenix will be held it
their banking house on Tuesday. Jan
uary 14. 1902. at 3:30 p. m., for the pur
pose of electing officers for the ensu
ing year and such other business as
may properly come before said meet
Ing. S. OHERFELDER. Cashier.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Koiic is hereby viven th 'he a mini
mrctinK of stork holder of the liaricOMA
Phoenix & 8hU River Vailev Kail toad Com
puny, will be held t th office of the Com-
fftoy, room No 8 in the Crocker Building, 8an
mnviftco, California, on Tuesday the 2'H day
of January, 1W 2, at l :30 o'clock, p. in., for tba
purpose of electing a Poard of Directors to
rf re mr me cmsuiuk y m nuu ijr uc nurat-
tion of such other buineu as may properly
i come before the meetie-
K. I KKvnw T,. Secretary .
Fan Francisco, December 2ttta. 1901.
All advertisements running for less time
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small house with good shade. Two
miles from Glendale. Right party can
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figure. Dwight B. Heard, corner Cen
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FOR RENT Nicely furnished house of
six large rooms, kitchen and bath
roc m: hall through house. Reason
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FOR RENT Barbershop. Call at Sen
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FOR RENT Fine two-story brick
house, seven rooms; all conveniences;
nice yard; in best residence part of
the city. Will rent reasonable to re
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11. this office.
FOR RENT Furnished and unfur
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and close in; no consumpties. Apply
to E. E. Prowell. 230 South First Ave
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED A mod
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grounds in Bennett's addition. Would
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ROOMS FOR RENT
TWO large sunny connected front
rooms, unfurnished. 504 North Second
St. No sickness.
TWO neat furnished rooms for rent. XI
per week. Inquire of Wm. Limbrock.
214 E. Washington St.
NEATLY furnished
W. Adams St.
front room. 529
FURNISHED ROOMS with board in
private family. 427 N. Fifth Ave.
FOR RENT Two unfurnishede rooirs.
with use of water, for housekeeping,
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16 per month.
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FOR RENT Elegantly furnished
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Free baths in connection. Fui niture
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NICE sunny rooms for housekeeping.
500 N. Third Ave.
FOR RENT TAo nice sunny, fur
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THE LELAND Adams street, oppo
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BOARD First-class. Grant's ranch,
first house east of Indian school; five
minutes' walk to street car. Shingle
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COUNTRY BOARD Persons desiring
first-class rooms and board can find
same at Rumney's ranch on Grand
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Telephone 3321.
FOR RENT Desirable rooms with
good board in private family. 332 N.
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WANTED Girl for general housework.
One who can cook. Inquire H. I. La
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WANTED Boys 10 to 15 years old
who can play piano, violin or other
instrument; good money to right
party. Address G. H. H.. this office,
slating what you play.
WANTED Waiter, country; woman
dishwasher, country; chambermaids,
$35; cook, boarding house; house
girls. W. A. MacBride. Co. Employ
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WANTED A first-class cook; kitchen
and dining room work not expected
to wait on table. Communicate with
Mrs. Fiank Murphy. Prescott, Ariz.
WANTED Two persons to cook for
two in exchange for board. Address
Box 12. this office.
SITUATIONS WANTED
WANTED Position to work on ranch
for board. 119 N. Second St.
WANTKD Situation by an experienced
retail shcre clerk. Good references.
Address II. Rapp. 119 N. Second St.
COMPETENT woman cook wants po
sition, mining camp preferred. Best
references furnished. Address E. K.,
this office.
WOMAN Wants day work or room
work. Address or call 40S S. 3rd Ave.
FOR SALE
AUCTION TODAY commencing at 9 a.
m.. at Wooddell's second-hand store,
212 East Washington street. Ham
mond, auctioneer.
AUCTION Wednesday. January S. at
2 p. m.. 51G West Van Buren street,
the contents of a 5-roomed cottage,
also one tnp buggy. H. D. Eavens.
Hammond, auctioneer.
FOR SALE A handsome gray saddle
pony, $12. Inquire at Dublin Corral.
East Jefferson, near Center St.
FOR SALE Boys' wheel, nearly new;
new tent 10x12. Call 1020 .N. Center St.
FOR SALE Good driving and saddle
animal and one young Durham bull.
Cole, 1H miles west of Indian school.
than one month must be paid in advance.
REAL ESTATE
FOR RENT Furnished houses and
rooms.
FOR RENT Vacant houses.
FOR SALE Orange lands.
FOR SALS: 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.
FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED I
have customers every day for nicely
furnished houses. List what you have
for rent with me.
TO TRADE Improved city property
for a ranch under one of the old
canals.
FOR SALE Two lots on North First
Ave., close in. $1,150.
FOR RENT An Ideal home, 8 rooms,
brick, large barn, lawn, flowers, shade
and ornamental trees. Very low rent
by the year.
$2,500.00 WILL BUY a good paying
general merchandise business.
E. E. PASCOE.
Phone 149S. 110 North Center St.
GOOD vacant lot on a nice street in
Los Angeles to trade for furniture.
Apply 22 Monroe House. Phoenix.
FOR SALE The Kllroy'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.
HOUSEHOLD goods and piano at pri
vate sale. Capitol addition, West
Washington St., west end of car line.
B. McCreary.
FOR SALE About 250 sacks of barley.
Chas. O. F. Youngstrom, P. O. box 754
TURNER'S ROSES are ready at res
idence. North Center street. Evans'
addition. Sale yard, after 1st of Jan
uary, corner Fourth avenue and Jef
ferson street.
FOR SALE Bottling plant. Terms
easy. Fort particulars address I X
L Bottling Co.. Wickenburg, Ariz.
FOR SALE Light farm wagon, horses,
harness, complete camp outfit. Cow
boy Corral. Five Points.
FOR SALE Span of driving horses,
one or both. Inquire West End Gro
cery. " . .. ; . ,
FURNITURE of 3 rooms. House for
sale. Apply 439 South Second Ave.
YOUNG ROOSTER, for breeding; four
Plymouthrocks. one white Piymomh
rock. one Wyandotte; one dollar each.
Dave Turner. North Center street,
Evans addition.
FOR SALE Horse, good driver and
saddler, price $73. Apply J. C. Wes
son, Buckeye Canal office.
FOR SALE Well bred, gentle horse,
will ride, pack and drive double or
single; safe for ladies. Price, $50.
Apply to E. E. Prowell, Wakelln's
Pharmacy.
FOR SALE Indian trader and gen
eral merchandise business. Including
buildings, etc. For reasons for selling
and particulars address Box J., Pres
cott, Ariz.
FOR SALE FIrstclass saloon prop
erty in one of Yavapai county's best
mining camps. Reason for sale:
death of owner. For particulars ad
dress Box "J," Prescott, Ariz.
FOR SALE Poultry farm fully equip
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.
BICYCLE TIRES, best and cheapest,
9 S. First Ave.
FOR SALE Lot of fine game chick
ens. Call on or address No. 45 West
Washington St., Doll's saloon.
FOR SALE Hens and eggs; buff and
barred Plymouth Rocks. Golden Wing
Ranch, McDowell road. Telephone
3731.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A small key with leather
string attached. May be had at this
office by paying charges and proving
ownership.
LOST An American Special bicycle.
Finder return to W. A. MacBride.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS
MRsTL7zAATEWARDsTexprl
enced card reader, tells past, present
and future; Ladles, 25c; gentlemen,
50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner
ot Third street.
NOTICE is hereby given to Raveri
liurk (Mexican) to pay pasture bill
and costs on his horse, or the same
will be sold at my ranch at 2 o'clock
p. m Wednesday, January 22nd, 1902.
George F. McLean.
INDEPENDENTLY wealthy young
lady will assist kind husband in busi
ness venture; correspondence solicit
ed: object, marriage. C. Box 83. St.
louis. Mo.
WANTED By two healthy young men.
two adjoining rooms or one large
ram in h.vas with modern con
veniences. Also desire board. Prefer
private family. No house with con
sumptives. References given. An
swer immediately, stating terms, ad
dressing W. F., Republican office.
CLOTHING or delicacies for the poor
and sick can be left at the rooms of
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, corner of Monroe and Central
Ave. They will be carefully distribut
ed. Those in need please call.
WANTED To buy strawberry plants.
Address E. E. Leech, Irwindale, Loj
Angeles county, CaL
WANTED A good driving team and
harness, good milch cow, 4 brood
sows, 2 dozen laying hens, Plymouth
Rock and black Langshans. 14 W.
Jackson St.
WANTED To buy a Bound, kind, com
bination saddle and driving horse or
mare, about 15 hands. Apply Jame
son's ranch. 6M: miles out North
Center street.
AUCTIONEER Hammond now ready
for all sale engagements at the sama
place, 15 South First ave.
PROFESSIONAL
ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST.
J. Q. A. KING, Assayer and Metallurgist.
All kinds of laboratory testa for best
reduction method. Office and labora
tory. 18 N. 2nd Ave.. Phoenix. Arizona.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
J. W. CRENSHAW Attorney-at-Law,
r'hoenlx. Ariz. Office 210-211 Fleming
' Building.
?:.Kv.K,bbey- A. J. Edwards.
XIBBEY & EDWARDS. Lawyers. 13-21
South Center street. Phoenix, Arizona.
Ground floor.
VETERINARY SURGEON.
F. O. RICHMOND. M. D. C, Phoen.x,
Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon and Dem
ist: diseases ot all domestic animal
scientifically treated. Office, 85 North
Center street. Residence 537 West Van
Buren street. 'Phone 1001. No charge
for consultation. Agent for the Hoisr
Review.
DR. HOWARD RAMSAY. Veterinary
Surgeon and Dentist. Graduate Ontario
eterinary College. Office, corner Fii-t
avenue and Monroe street, Ambro.-.j
Corral, Phoenix, Arizona. Telephone
3313.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
E. E. PASCOE. Notary Public. Con
veyancing a speciality. Acknowledge
ments taken. 110 North Center street,
opposite Hotel Adams.
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT.
J. HENRY WOOD, Expert Accountant
Tel. 8731, Phoenix, Aria. Books of ac
count audited and systematized; minim;
and other Investments Investigated; also
acts as incorporator and agent for Ari
zona corporations. Formerly Savings
Bank Auditor, Buffalo, N, Y.. Treasurer
and Manager Cobre Grande Copper Co .
Golden Wave Mining Co.. etc., etc.
OSTEOPATH.
Mrs. Anna E. Seitz, D. O., Room t.
Monihon Building, cor. Washington nr.
N. 1st Ave. Graduate of the Columbian
School of Osteopathy, Klrksville, M ..
MUSIC.
PROF. MICHAEL FOUNTAIN HAS
has arrived from the Boston on
servatory of Music. He has stuile.l
Under the celebrated and great r.u
gene Gruenberg, the greatest teai h"r
in America, if not in the! v... I I
Prof. Fountain's studio is over tin
Home Savings' Bank on North Ce.i
ter street, Nicholson building, room
I No. 7. Prepared to give lessons in
all instruments . Specialty mandolin
and violin. Special prices to chil
dren. INEZ McELREE Teacher of Vocal
Training and Piano. Graduate of.
voice and theory under H. W. Owen
of Wales. Seven years' experience as
teacher. Also first s rc.no In choir.
Can furnish reference". 546 North
Fourth Ave.
UNDERTAKERS' PROFESSIONAL
assistant, Mrs. H. S. Dawson, with
Mohn & Easterling has charge of all
ladies and children entrusted to her
care.
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
ot Friday. Pictures on sale. Visitors
always welcome.
SEE C. M. HIGGINS FOR WELL
digging and pump repairing. 617
South Seventh avenue.
ALL kinds of printing, ruling, book
and magazine binding and book re
pairing done satisfactorily an!
quickly at The Republican office.
All kinds or printing, ruling, book
and magazine binding and book repair
ing done satisfactorily and quickly at
The Republican office.
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Excursion
To El Paso
Oh account of the Mid-Winter
Carnival to be held at KI Paso,
January 14th to ISth inclusive,
the Maricopa & Phnenix rail
road company will sell tickets
to El Paso and return for $J2.fi".
Tickets to be on sale January
13th to ISth inclusive, final
limit January Cist. For fur
ther particulars call on loal
agent or
M. O. BU'KNELL.
U. P. A.
Going East?
Are you in good health and
seeking pleasure? Then take the
Southern's Sunny
4-
System
avoiding snows and snow block-
ades.
X Are you feeble? Then your
-: physician will insist that you
avoid high altitudes and cold.
X disagreeable weather. The
Southern Pacific is the only line
that can guarantee sunshine
4 and balmy air.
The New Sunset
Limited
with Its superb modern equip-
J ment outshines all others. No
H delay at Maricopa.
J Through tourist cars to all im-
portant cities without change.
Call on Phoenix Short Line
4. Agents for berth reservations,
time tables, rates, etc., or on
J M. O. BICKNELL.
4. Genl. Pass, Agt.
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