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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: . "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1902.
? c NOTICE OP HEARING PETITION. In the Probate Court of the County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate or John Watson Hall, Deceased. Notice of Hearing Petition. Notice is hereby given that C. J. Hall has filed in this Court his Petition praying: for Letters of Administration f the Estate of John Watson Hall, de ceased, and that the same will be heard on Wednesday, the 22nd day of January, A. D.. 1902. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said Court. In Phoenix, Coun ty of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, and all persons interested in said es tate are notified then and there to ap pear and show cause. If any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Dated January 11th. 1902. C. M. ZANDER. Clerk. Bids for construction of two school houses to be erected in the city of Phoe nix will be received until 10 o'clock. February 1, 1902. Bids to be filed with clerk of board, W. H. Robinson, 102 West Adams St., Phoenix. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of H. P. DeMund, 147 S. Fourth Ave. B. A. FICKAS, President of Board. H. P. DeMUND. W. H. ROBINSON. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEORAPH COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That we, whose hands are hereunto affixed, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and to that end make the following statement: FIRST. The names of the corpora tors are H. L. Bennett, G. R. Johnston, Frank Jaynes, F. H. Lamb, and Henry liostwick; and the name of the corpo ration shall be American District Tele graph Company. The principal place in which the busines sof said corpora tion within the Territory of Arizona is to be transacted is Phoenix. Maricopa County. Arizona, and the principal lilacs of business of said corporation outside the Territory of Arizona shall be the City of San Francisco in the State of California, at which meetings 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 may be es tablished by the Board of Directors. SECOND. The general nature of the business proposed to be trnasacted by this corporation is as follows, to-wit: Constructing, maintaining, leasing and operating lines of telegraph for the private use of Individuals, firms, cor porations, municipal or otherwise, for general business, and for signal, police and fire-alarms, or meseenger business, and for the transaction in connection therewith of a general messenger and delivery service: also establishing, maintaining, leasing and operating in different towns and cities within the Territory of Arizona and within any of the States or Territories of the United States, and in foreign countries, local systems of district telegraph, tele phone and electrical service, such as now exist in large cities; and in all towns and cities situated near the bor ders of any State or Territory in which it shall operate, extending said service into adjoining States, Territories or foreign countries. In the maintenance of such service, raid company may establish a system of electrical call-boxes, which, in con nection with telephones, telegraph and other Instruments and appliances, shall provide calls and signals for messages, messengers, police, fire, patrol, and other purposes; and may operate a sys tem of watchman's signals, and em ploy and furnish wtachmen for any and all purposes. It may maintain a messenger service for the collection, receipt, storage, de livery, and distribution of messages, packages, merchandise, freight, adver tising matter, and any other property entrusted to it for any of said purposes: and may engage generally in the busi ness of a common carrier of freight and passengers. It may engage In the business of gen prating and supplying electricity for any and all purposes, and may manu facture, buy, sell, and erect supplies, appliances, and equipment for fire pro tection and any and all other purposes, and engage in a general electrical con struction business. It may also act as distributors, ad vertisers and general agents for hand ling the business and collecting and remitting funds in connec tion therewith, of corporations, firms, or individuals. It may en gage in the business of furnishing sta tionery and advertising matter, devices and novelties of any and all kinds. It may also engage in such electrical, mechanical, mercantile, manufacturing und transit business as may be requi site or incident to carrying on all the business and operations above de scribed. It may do a general real-estate, man ufacturing and mercantile business; own. handle and control letters patent and Inventions and Bhares of capita! stock of other corporations; may bor row money and execute notes, bonds, mortgages, or deeds of trust to secure the same, and 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 ti vote upon any shares of stock held by It to the same extent that a natural person might or could do: and in general may do all things necessary to the proper conduct of the business of this corpo ration in the Territory and elsewhere, not inconsistent with the laws of the Vnited States and the Territory of Arizona. THIRD. The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall he three hundred thousand dollars J300.000.00), divided into three thou sand 3.000) shares of the par value of one hundred dollars (100.00) 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 uses and purposes of said corporation, in payment for which shares of capital stock of this corpora tion may be issued, 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 property purchased shall be conclusive. FOURTH. The time of the com mencement of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these Articles of Incorporation in the office of the Secretary of Arizona, and the termi nation thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. FIFTH. The affairs of this corpora tion shall he conducted by a Board of five Directors, and the following named shall constitute the Board of Directors until their successors are elected: H. D. Bennett, G. R. Johnston. Frank Jaynes, F. H. Lamb and Henry Bost wick. Thereafter the Board of Direct ors shall be elected from among the stockholders as the By-Laws of the corporation provide. SIXTH. The highest amount of In debtedness or liability, direct or con tingent, to wflich this corporation is at any time subject shall be thirty thou sand dollars ($30,000.00). 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 26th day of October. 1901. H. D. BENNETT. (Seal.) G. R. JOHNSTON. (Seal.) Fit A NK JAYNES. (Seal.) H. noSTWIL'K. (Seal.) F. H. LAMB. (Seal.) State of Ohio. Franklin County, ss. On this 26th day of October, in the year 1901. before tne, David 1!. Sharp, n Notary Public In and for the State and County aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, person ally appeared H. D. Bennett and G. R. Johnston, known to me to be the per sons described In. whose names are subscribed to, and who executed the annexed Instrument, and they acknowl edged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considera tions 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. (Seal.) DAVID R. SHARP. Notary Public. Franklin Co.. O. My commission expires Feby. 9th, 1803, .: 8tate pf California, County or San Francisco, ss. , On this th day of December, in the year 1801, before me, James L. King, a Notary Public in and for the state and County aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, person ally appeared Frank Jaynes. H. Bost wlck and F. H. I-amb. known to me to be the persons described In. whose names are subscribed to, and who exe cuted the annexed instrument, 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 above written. (Seal.) JAlkJES L. KING. Notary Public. My commission - expires September 21st. 1903. First publication Jan. 18. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE HIGHLAND WATER COMPANY. We. whope names are hereunto sub scribed, desiring to incorporate our selves under the provisions of the laws of the Territory of Arizona for the pur pose of engaging in the transaction of the business herein mentioned. d; make. sign, and acknowledge, accord ing to law, these Articles of Incorpora tion. ARTICLE I. The names of the Incorporators of this corporation are Elijah Coffin. Wm. Christy and William E. Pomeroy. ARTICLE II. The name assumed by this corpora tion and by which It shall be known is HIGHLAND WATER COMPANY, and Its principal place of transacting busi ness is and shall be in the City of Phoe nix, in Maricopa County, Arizona Ter ritory. Said corporation may transact business and have an office at Mesa City, in said County and Territory, and at such other place or places as its Board of Directors may deem conven ient or advisable. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be on the 27th day of November. 1901. and the termination thereof shall be on the 27th day of November. 1926. unless the same shall be renewed ns provided by law. ARTICLE III. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this cor poration is that of constructing or own ing by purchase or otherwise, and maintaining and operating, dams, canals, and ditches, and appropriating any of the unappropriated waters of the Salt River, for the purpose of de livering the same for irrigation or other beneficial uses to persons owning stock or water rights in its said canals. Said corporation shall have power and authority to sell to persons water rights In the canals which it shall here after own or construct for such amount of water as it may appropriate of the unappropriated water of said Salt River. Said corporation shall have power and authority to acquire by pur chase or otherwise water heretofore appropriated for Irrigation: also to buy and sell water and the use thereof; also to locate, or in any other lawful man ner, acquire real estate and sell and dispose of the same in such manner as such corporation may deem advisable and also any and all other kinds of property, real, personal or mixed, in cluding stock of other corporations. It may also own, control, manage and operate all kinds of machinery to be driven or operated by water power. It shall be authorized to borrow money and contract to repay the same at such time or times, and at such rate of In terest as its Board of Directors may deem proper. And it shall have the right to hypothecate, mortgage or pledge all or any part of its property which it now owns or may hereafter acquire, to secure the payment of any money or moneys borrowed or owed by it. as its said Board of Directors may deem advisable. ARTICLE IV. The amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00), divided Into five hundred (500) shares of the par value of one hundred dollars ($100.00) per share. Said capital stock shall be paid for upon making subscription therefor, either In cash or in property or in both, as the Board of Directors may from time to time deem advisable, and no stock shall be issued until the same shall have been fully paid either in money or In property, and the same when so issued shall be non-assessable thereafter. ARTICLE V. The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability to which this corporation shall at any time subject Itself or be ubjected is the sum of thirty-five thousand dollars (J35.000.00). ARTICLE VI. The stockholders of this corporation and their private property shall be ex empt from the corjorate debts of the corporation. ARTICLE VII. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a Board of Directors consisting of not less than three nor more than seven stockholders, who shall be elected nnnually by the stock holders, on the 2d Monday In Octob?r of each year. Said Directors shall hold their office for the term of one year from the date of their election and un til their successors shall be duly elected and qualified, unless they shall in the meantime cease to be stockholders in this corporation; and any person ceas ing to be a stockholder in this corpora tion shall cease to be a Director or of ficer in the same. The following named persons who are subscrilwrs to the cap ital stock of this corporation shall constitute the ofllcers and tlii-.ctors of this corporation until the 2d Monday in October. 11HI2, and until their succes sors shall have been duly elected or apiMiintcd, and qualified: Elijah Coffin, President and Director; Win. Christy. Vice-President. Treas urer and Director: William E. Pome roy. Secretary and Director. Vacancies In the Board of Directors shall be filled by the remaining mem bers of the Board for the unexpired term for which such persons were elected. A majority of the Board of Directors of this corporation shall be a quorum, and any meeting of the Board at which a quorum is present shall be deemed a regular meeting and have the same authurity as a full Board, whether notice of the. meeting shall have first been given to the absent members of the Board or not. ARTICLE VIII. The officers of this corporation shall be a president, vice-president, secre tary and treasurer, who shall be lect- ed annually by the Board of Directors at their first annual meeting In each year, from among their number. The secretary and treasurer or vice-president and treasurer may be one and the same person. The president shall be the chief executive officer of the corpo ration, and shall have the general man agement of oil Its affairs, subject to the approval of the Board of Directors. All certificotes of stock, contracts, water rights, deeds, and conveyances shall be signed in the corporate name by the President, or in his absence, by the Vice-President, and be counter signed by the Secretary, and have af fixed thereto the corporate seal. The Board of Directors shall have power to appoint such agents to aid in the management of Its business and In conducting the affairs of the corpora tion, as it may deem advisable, and to vest in said agents such powers as they deem expedient. ARTICLE IX. The Board of Directors of this cor poration shall have power to establish by-laws and make all rules and regu lations deemed expedient for the man agement of the affairs of this corpora tion and the officers thereof, not in consistent with (lie Constitution and Laws of the United States or the Lews of Arizona. ARTICLE X. These Articles of Incorporation may be amended at any regular meeting of the stockholders, or at any special meeting called for that purpose by a majority vote of the stock represented' at such meeting; and when such ar ticles are so amended, such amend ment or amendments shall be acknowl edged and signed by the President and attested by the Secretary, and have thereto affixed the corporate seal, and shall have the same effect as though signed and acknowledged by nil the stockholders of the corporation. In Witness Whereof. We have here unto set our hands this 27lh day of November, 19ol. ELIJAH COFFIN. WM. CHRISTY. WILLIAM E. POMEROY. Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa, ss. Before me. C F. Alnsworth, a Notary Public in and for Maricopa County, Arizona, on this day personally ap peared Elijah Coffin. Wm. Christy and William Potneroy. to me known, and known to me to be the persons whose names ore subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and acknowl edged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considera tion therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 27th day of November, 1901. (Seal.) C. F. AINSWOKTH. Notary Public. My commission expires the 22d day of Nov., 1905. Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa. I. B. F. McFall. County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, do hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record at 10:01 o'clock a. m. on this 26 day of December. 1901, and duly recorded In Book No. 8 of lncorp, records of Mari copa County. Arizona, at pages 503 to 507, inclusive. Witness my hand and official seal the day and year above written. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy. First publication Jan. 18. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE MINERAL CREEK COPPER COM PANY, LIMITED. Know All Men By These Presents: That we, whose names are hereto subscribed, for the purpose of transact ing the business hereinafter set forth, do hereby associate ourselves as and Into a body corporate under the provis ions of Chapter 2, Title 12. of the Re vised Statutes of the Territory of Ari zona, and do hereby certify: ARTICLE I. That the names of the Incorporators are Charles G. Laybourn. Geo. Mer chant, Arthur W. Force and William H. Dawson. ARTICLE II. That the name of Corporation is MINERAL CREEK COPPER COM PANY. LIMITED, and that the princi pal place of business shall be In Phoe nix, Arizona, and it shall have a branch office at Minneapolis and at such other places In suc other states and terri tories as shall In the Judgment of the Board of Directors seem necessary for the proper conduct of iti business. ARTICLE III. That the object of Otis Corporation, and the business to be transacted by it. is the locating and purchasing or leasing of mines and mineral lands., and opening, equipping, operating, leasing, selling or otherwise disposing of such mines and lands. It shall- have the power to construct tunnels, sink shaft.s, locate mill sites, construct and estab lish mill buildings, install machint-iy; own. and operate stamp mills, and ma chinery used in the business of mining: acqulie. build, maintain. oierate and dispose of pipe lines for conveying and conducting water and other fluids; to acquire, hold, enjoy and dispose of rights of way for the puriose thereof and for other purposes: build roads an-1 bridges and otherwise connect their holdings with navigable streams or with roads nnd other highways. It shall also have the power to pur chase or exchange milling or other cor porate Ftocks; to borrow or loan mone; :n reliable security: to nurchase, sell and deal in sureties, lwintls and stocks of every description: nnd generally to acquire, manage, hold and improve and dispose of real and personal- property, anil do such other things as may be necessary for the full and complete ex ecution of the purposes set forth above, and for the exercise of the powers and trnnf-action of the business of the cor poration. Including mining, manufac turing ami road building, for which we have hereby associated ourselves: and to do any nnd all things necessary to carry on the aforesaid business and to rennet t It with the commerce of the world. ARTICLE IV. That the amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be one million five hundred thousand ($1,500,000) dol lars, divided into one million five hun dred thousand (1.500.000) shares, of one dollar ($1.00) each, whic h when issued shall be fully paid and forever non pssessable. of which eight hundred thousand (RO0.0OO) shares shall be set anart and known as treasury stock, and shnll not be voted while held as such, but when sold nnd entered upon the liooks of the Corporation, and cash. Ftock or other' property received for r.ame. then the shares so sold shall have the ramc voting power that each and every other share has. ARTICLE V. That this corporation shall begin business on the date of filing of these articles of Incorporation with the County Recorder in and for Maricopa County. Territory of Arizona, and a certified copy of same with the Secre tary of snid Territory, and shill term inate at the expiration of twenty-five years thereafter. ARTICLE VI. That the management and conduct of the business of this corporation shall be by a board of directors of not less than seven nor more than eleven, who iPiiFit each be a stockholder. That the officers of this corporation shall be a president, a vice president, a secretary, a treasurer nnd an attorney, all of whom shall be elected at the annual meeting of stockholders In each year beginning with December 16. 1902. no tice of said meeting to be mailed to each "tockholder by the secretary not less thnn two weeks before the holding of nme. The above named olfieers rhwll nlsn be members of the Board of Directors, which board shall also be electe: nt the sld annual meeting of stockholders. There shrill also be elected nt each annual meeting an aud iting committee consisting of three ftockholders who shall not be officers. There shall also be a superintendent of i-roperty who shall be appointed by the B-rd of Directors. The first annual meeting of this cor poration shall be held on the third Tuesday in December. 1902. anil until such annual election the following r"rrel persons shall be the officers and directors: Charles G. .Laybourn. Pres ideit i-"d Director: Marvin Quacken bufh. Vice P-ei-iJeiu and Director: W. vt. "Dawson, Secretary and Director: A. W. Foree. Tref-ilrer and Director: rer. D. Sirtith. Attorney cn'l Director: E. E. Mnrnt-iv. Director: W. R. Hodges. Director: Geo. Merchant. Director: J. W. White. Director: E. P. Nelson. Di rector: J. F. McArthur. Director. ARTICLE VII. That the highest nniount of indebt edness of this corporation shall not ex ceed Ten Thousand Dollars, and no contract shall be made for the expendi ture of over Five Hundred Dollars without a vote of a majority of the Board of Directors in f:svor of such ex penditure. ARTICLE VIII. That the private propcrtv of each and every stockholder of this corpora tion shall be exempt from all corporate debts. ARTICLE IX. That these articles may be altered or amended by a two-thirds vote of all stock Issued, at any regular meeting or at a special meeting called for that purpose after giving at least twenty days notice of the sarre. said notice stating the purpose for which said spe cial meeting is being called by mailing to each stockholder a letter to his last known address. The Board of Direct ors may adopt such by-laws ss in its Judgment may be necessary and proper for the government of the corporation, and its officers, and may alter or amend the same from time to time as such al terations ana amendments seem to them necessary. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 7th day of Janu.arv. 1S02. I'HAS. G. LAYBOURN. (Seal.) ARTHUR W. FORCE. (Seal.) GEORGE MERCHANT. (Seal.) W. H. DAWSON. (Seal.) "fned in the presence of RICHARD TATTERS FIELD. G IRVIN ROYCE. State of Minnesota. County of Henne pin, ss. Before m. RICHARD TATTERS FIELD, a Notary Public in and for - he shove named countv and state, on this day personally appeared Charles G. Laybourp. Arthur W. Force. George Merchant nnd W. H. Dawson, known to me to be the persons whose names are subacrihed to the forogoinir instrument, rnd ckTwledged to me th"t they ex ecuted the Frne for the pumoes and considerations therein expressed. Given under my hmd and seal of ofTco this 7th day of January, 1902. (Notarial Seal ) RICHARD TATTERSFIF.L-n. Notnrv Public. Hennepin Courtv. Minn. "Vv commission expires September 2?"-'. 1906. First publication Jan. 18. All advertisements running for less time FOR RENT FOll KKXT-ln the Anderson block, one store room, all the second tloor and basement uf the buildinff. Situ ated at the northwest corner of Washington and first streets. For full inforinntion apply to L. E. Hewlns. No. 4J East Ada ma street. Phoenix. FOli KENT Eiphty-acre place, mostly In alfalfa; well fenced. Atractlve small bouse with good shade. Two miles from Glendale. Right party can secure place at a very reasonable figure. Dwlght B. Heard, corner Cen ter and Adams streets. FOK KENT 5-roun new house with lnth::. 531 South First avenue. FOli .KENT Fine two-story brick house, seven rooms; all conveniences; nice yard; In best residence part of the city. Will rent reasonable to re siMnPible party; no ir.valids. Address II. this office. ROOMS FOR RENT FOll itBNT Handsomely furnished rooms, modern conveniences, reason able. Apply at Alumo, Monroe street between Center and First. CAPITAL, HOTEL Newly furnished rooms, also furnished rooms for housekeeping. TWO neat furnished rooms for rent. SI per week. Inquire of Wm. Llmbrock. 214 K. "Washington St. FOR RENT Elegantly furnished rooms. The Arcade. 32 S. Center St. Free baths In connection. Furniture new. No sick people taken. HOTEL. IRVIKG, 530 West Washing ton street. Newly furnished rooms; reasonable. Telephone 2775. NICK sunny rooms for housekeeping. 500 N. Third Ave. FOR RENT Two nice sunny, fur nished housekeeping rooms. 332 N. Firth St. THE L.EL.AND Adams street, oppo site Hotel Adams. Rooms $3.50 to $.1.00 per week. Invalids, room and board. 110 to J12 per week. PRIVATE BOARDING ROOMS AND HOARD Newly fur nished rooms: home cooking: espe cially nutritious food. 27 Indiana St. near Seventh Ave. HOARDERS WAXTBD-In nice coun try home. Enquire Fruit Stand. Pnt oflice building. COUNTRY DOARD Persons desiring first-class rooms and board can find same at Rumney's ranch on Grand avenue, miles from city. Mail de livered every morning. Free trans portation to and from city daily. Telephone 3321. SITUATIONS WANTED WAXTKI) Position us bookkeeper or office w:rk; permanent resident: moderate wages. AOdress Employ ment office. Koom 6. Monihon Kldg. YOVNG man, 17 years of age, wants position: strong and healthy arid not afraid of work. Address Box IS, lie publican. "WANTED Position in private family as first-class cook or as housekeeper. Address Y. Z.. Republican office. ANTED Expert bookkeeper wants a Iosition permanent resident of city. Reference. Address (.. this office. HELP WANTED WANTED A girl to wait at table. English Kitchen, North First street. WANTED Girl for chamber work: also smait. healthy boy about 15 years old. Address "Home," care Republican office. FOR SALE K HD I 'A YlNti business for sale. Compelled to go east cause of sale. Room 6. Monihon building. FOK SALE A piano at a great sacri fice. 41" North Sixth avenue. FOR SAKE Two good work or driv ing mares, single or double, and many other horses and ponies at a bargain. r37 South First street. R. B. Cannon, 'phone 2264. FOR SALE Sound cotton wood: stove size; $3.K per cord delivered. K, this office. FOR SALE One 400 egg Prairie State incubator, good as new, $25.00. Also brooders, cheap. J. Webster Johnson, two miles south of Tempe. FOK SALE One Fplendid. gentle fam ily buggy horse: can be driven by a lady. Inquire i. this office. POl'I.TRY RANCH FOR SALE 20 acres fine garden and fruit land; water right, good fence, two-room house, cistern, large poultry house, coops, loo brown Leghorn chickens. Price. $4m. Electric cars to Indian Fchool. thence one mile north on Cave Creek road. Inquire Mr. Brashear. Tl'IiXEIi'S ROSES are for sale now at corner Fourth Ave. and Jefferson. Also peppers, carnations, pansies. etc. FOR SALE CHEAP Well located lot on car line, with two tent houses. In quire Weirlck & Latham, 47 N. Cen ter St. FOR SALE Holstein milch cow, also calf. Golden Wing Ranch. McDowell road, telephone 3731. FOR SALE Well matched span of fine driving horses. Inquire of J. C. Was son. Buckeye Canal office. GREAT DANE PUPS for sale. Inquire of Walter Lund. Glendale. 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, Aria- . than one month must be paid in advance. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Furnished bouses 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 real estate line. J. ERNEST WALKER. No. 16 South Second Avenue. Office Phone 501. Residence phone 3031. FOR SALE or exchange. ir lots in North "apiial addition for Phoenix or California property. North Fifth avenue. FOR SALE Lease of ranch with 2r acres- of alfalfa, fifteen minutes from Phoenix postoffice. House of five rooms:' plenty of shade trees: good orchard of ap'lcots. peaches, apples, pears and figs. Incubator house, chicken yard with coops, and 225 lay ing hens. Less than $400 required. Address F. O.. Republican office. CHOICE LOT, Bennett add., for sale at half price. Owner, P. O. box 1235. FOR SALE OR RENT The Dorris lodging house after February 1st. Apply to C. D. Dorris. 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. 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. LOST AND FOUND Fol'ND Pair of gloves, owner can have same by paying for this ad. LOST A gold brooch with pearl, en graved "M. 'to H." Finder please re turn to this rTicoe and receive re ward. LOST A fox terrier puppy, answers to the name of "Teddy." Drop informa tion to XXX. this office. HU'XU On or about the 28th of Dec., 1901. a sealskin cape.. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for ad. Address F. R. Taylor, box ,"::6. city. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS MRS. ELIA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card'reader, tells past, present and future: Ladles, 25c; gentlemen, E0 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. SADDLE POXIKS-Wanted two gen tle, good galted ponies or horses. Ad dress "O. A. K.." P. O. Rox S71. WANTED One or two chair barber .t.... .-iair itnaiiuii aim price. ttOX 20. Arizona Republican. WANTED TO RENT Two good milch cows. Apply next to Grand corral on Center street. FLANNELS WASHED by Miss Nellie Warren. 137 S. Second St. WANTED To buy strawberry plants. Address E. E. Leech. Irwindale. Los Angeles county, CaL AUCTIONEER Hammond now ready for all sale engagements at the asm place. 15 South First ave. 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 A family driving horse: must be gentle, a good traveler, and stylish. State age. price and where can be seen. Address "A.," Repub lican office. PROFESSIONAL ASSATER 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. VETERINARY SURGEON. DR. HOWARD RAMSAY. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Graduate Ontario eterlnary College. Office, corner First avenue and Monroe street, Ambrose CorraL Phoenix, Arizona. Telephone 3313. ATTORNEY S-AT-LA W . J. W.'CRENSHAW Attornoyat-La w. Phoonlx, Ariz. OlRce 2lt-H Fleming F. O. RICHMOND, M. D. C, Phoenix, Arizona. Veterinary Surgeon and Dent ist: diseases of all domestic animals scientifically treated. Office. 35 North Center street. Residence 537 West Van F-uren street. 'Phone 1001. No charge for consultation. Agent for the Horse Review. 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. XI31. Phoenix, Ariz. Books of ac count audited and systematized; mining and other investments Investigated; also acts as Incorporator and aent 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. SFITZ. D. O. Room 4. -Monihon liuIUlinp, Cor. Washington and N. lnt Ave. Graduate of the Columbian School of Osteopathy, Kirksvillo,. Aio. MUSIC. MISS WELCH IS PLANNING A NEW departure in music . for Phoenix a kindergarten to teach music to be ginners. In the east It has become the popular method for starting small children in music. Those wishing the work explained please send in a re o.uest, as the number will be limited and seevral have spoken for places. Miss Welch also has the agency for as fine a piano as is made at almost half price. Studio. 127 N. Fourth Ave. PROF. MICHAEL FOUNTAIN has ar rived from the lioston Conservavtory of Music. He has studied under the eel--ltraunl and irreat Eugene Gruenberg, the greatest teacher in America, if not in the world. Prof. Fountain's studio is t)V(T the Home Savings Bank on North Center street, Nicholson building, room No. 7. Prepared to give lessons on all instruments. Specialty mandolin and violin. Special prices to children. 1'RIVATK HOME FOR LADIES In con finement. Regt of physicians In attend ance. Homes found for children. 727 Itellevue. Los Angeles. Cal. MISS TROWBRIDGE. TEACHER OP water-color and oil painting. Studio 4m Fleming Block. Class hours. 10 to 12 antl 2 to 4. o classes Tuesday or Fri day. Pictures on sale. Visitors always welcome. SEE C. M. HIGGINS FOR WELL DIG ging and pump repairing. C17 South Seven! h avenue. Southern Pacific Co. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Commencing January 30. 190V trains ?U11 leave Maricopa as follows: 3a CO A. M. DAILY NEW ORLEANS express for Tucson, Benson, Demlne. El Paso. San Antonio. Houston. New Orleans. Connecting at New Or leans for Cincinnati and Chicago; als.i for Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York and Boston. l.Cn P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN for Gila Bend and way stations. 41CO P. M. DAILY MIXED TRAIN for Tucaon and way stations. 9 .10 P. M. DAILY PACIFIC EX- J press for Los Anpeles. Fresno, Sacramento and San Francisco. Con rectins at Sacramento and San Fran cisco lor points in Oregon. Nevada ant Utah. T. H. GOODMAN. Gen. Pass. Ac. nrrion Pitu Tne oldest In the city. En UdlUCil UUf joys the best standing with Roctaiirsnt tradesmen, buys everything 11 G 0 1 (1 U I Q II I at Bpot cash price a iv 1 pives the best 25 cent meal. Privato rooms for families. Tickets, $4.50. Singta Meals. 25 cents. TUCK, HING 8t CO. 22-24 E. Wash. St.. East of Jacobs & . News and Opinions or ' National Importance THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH Daily, by mail - -Daily and Sunday, by mall S6 a e-r $S a year The Sunday Sun is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the World. Price 5c a copy. By mall. $2 a year. Address, THE SUN, New York. PROTECT YOURSELF This is especially essential to : your welfare while traveling-. !; ( If contemplating a trip EAST do not overlook the fact that by s taking the Santa Fe you will be doing: so by having avoided needless changes, lay-overs and J exposures. Our Harvey Eating and Din- & ing Car System is second to - none. Try it. Travel via the only line l. operating its own trains from !- Phoenix and the Pacific Coast : to Chicago. t Through train leaves Phoenix 5:20 a. m. (city time! daily. t For rates. Pullman space, etc., : call on or address ."!I,C"!,.I!. " .....". I H. LANDIS, General Agent. jj THE HOFFMAN til Tbe dowudk Alley ta cool, the Beer la V H Irem cold atorage and la jj! Lj ANHKUSBK - 2U80H. pi fEISSTEES.'ESES I The H1R3CHFKLD PEBEINS Propria to ra 1 Imported mi Domestic Wines, R . Liquors and Cigars e iji Phoenix Arizona if Iial5'sLaTLa''sI3ra3 Cigar store and Liquor Houses 14-16 V. Washington Street W. XHODE, Proprietor ilrT3S3i;iraa3S255a353535a5