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i - THE AMZONA BEPUBIjIGAH : T UES DAY MOKNINGr, OCTOBER 14, 190a. !i P ?! w t ! -v- 1 ,; jSi Every Woman la lntjrpAlfil aitri ahonldknnw iibuut Uie wuiKlurfol MARVEL Whirling Spray lion and Surtum Heft snl mn mom i.unTenienfc Ask Tnr arrmlit 4Wr K. )f h-rannotvipplr ' Mlui'i I. :vpitni no oilier, hut Mnil ftlllll l for II intrtel book mM.H Fivea full iirtti-ularand tiiKMIon ln- :tln.Al.U in liiillw. M . BV Kl. CO.. Ilooin Tluiea lWn...e York. A strange survival of old times Is to bej found In New castle, England. There S JTTZ I the judges attending court are still 4-ited upon by the mayor and corpo I ration at the end of their session and presented with a "piece of money" to tony a dagger to defend themselves 1 frtm the Scots who "much and often Infest the border country." No Scots ; man, so far as one knows, has ever i protested against the perpetuation of f this relic of mediaeval custom, but a I Vltty judge who received a coin of I 34mes I from the mayor some years I ago took occasion to doubt whether i the Scots had been troublesome on the I "borders lately, whether daggers for the i protection of his suite could be pur- .Chased in Newcastle and whether the -coins given him were legal tender. o MOTHERS ho would keep their children in-good Health should watch for the first symp ;ealt tjms toms cf worms, and remove them with .'White's Cream Vermifuge. It is the White s i jhildren'i fat work, Idood, an s best tonic. 11 geis uibcouuu so that their food does them nd they grow up healthy and rong. ioc at .tavey ct jiuien s, orup sts. The world has little use for a man bvtho does his best only when engaged ij doing others. Mother Gray's Sweat Powders for Children. Mother Gray, for years a nurse in the Children's Home in New "fork, treated children successfully with a remedv, now prepared and placed in th drug stores, called Mother Cray's Sweet Powders for Children. They are harmless as milk, pleasant to take and never fall. A certain cure for feverishness. consti notiAn hooriuohA tpethlne and stomach disorders and remove worms. At all drug- . n- II AnnArit onv all Via 1 1 t II t A 3 Sample sent FREE. Address Allen S, I pimsted. Le Roy. N. T. NOTICE Of sale of. bond3 ot the territory of Arizona, authorized and directed to be Issued and delivered to the board of regents of the territory of Arizona, by an act of congress ratifying an act of the territorial legislature of Arizona, approved March-2, 1001, pro viding a fund for the erection of ad ditional buildings for the University of Arizona. Notice is hereby given that sealed K proposals will be received by the board f of resrents of the University of Arizona, : at the office of said board of regents at !' the city of Tucson. In the territory of ; f Arizona, for the period or one momn ! fj after the expiration of the publication of this notice, which publication will I expire on the 20th day of October, A. D. 1902. for the purchase of bonds or C the territory of Arizona to the amount . of twenty-five thousand dollars, which . fsaid bonds are authorized and directed to be Issued and delivered to said board regents of the university of Arizona an act of congress ratifying an act -jol me territorial icgisiaiuie ui I approved March 2, 1901, providing a fund for the erection additional J buildings for the university of Arizona. J and duly issued to the said board of M regents by the treasurer of the terri tory of Arizona. The said sealed proposals will be j opened at the office of said board of regents at said city oi lucson on ine 21st day of November, at the hour of four o'clock p. m.. when the sale of said bonds will be made In accordance with the provisions of said act. The principal of said bonds Is ex pressly made payable In gold coin of the United States, within twenty years after the date of their issue, and shall be of the denomination of one thousand dollars each. The said bonds shall bear Interest at five per cent per annum, which Interest will be payable annually In gold coin of the- United States on the first Mon day in January of each year at the office of the territorial treasurer. None of said bonds will be sold for less than their par value; and on the day and hour above named for opening said fealedj proposals the said board of re gents will award the purchase of said bonds to the highest bidder or bidders thereof, provided that such bids shall not be for a less sum tnan the par value of said bonds, and provided further that said board of regents may reject any and all bids if they deem it to the advantage of the territory. BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, by James A. Zabriskle, secretary. DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Tucson, Arizona, September 17, 1902. Notice Is hereby given that David Haugh, as signee of Moses Fleldsen of Buckeye. Maricopa county, Arizona, has filed no tice of Intention to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 2.930. for the S SEVi Sec. 33, T. 1 N. R. 3 "W.. G. & S. R.. B. & M.. before the clerk of the dis trict court at Phoenix, Arizona, on Thursday, the 23d day of October, 1902. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and re clamation of said land: Andrew At wood and George W. Smith of Phoe nix, Arizona, and Burgess A. Hadsell and Thomas N. Clanton, of Buckeye, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication. Sept. 19. 1902. Proposals for heifers, bulls, ewes and bucks. Department of the Interior, office of Indian affairs. Washington, D. C, Oct. 4. 1902. Sealed proposals en dorsed "Proposals for Heifers. Ewes, etc." as the case may be, and addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, will be received at this office until 1 o'clock p. m. of Tues day. 6c tober 8. 1902. for furnishing and delivering at Fort Apache Agency, Arizona. 150 heifers, 8 bulls, 600 ewes and 18 bucks. Blank forms for bid ding, giving the conditions (which will be made a pnrt of the contract) to be observed by bidders, the time and place of delivery, and all necessary instruc tions, will be furnished upon applica tion to the Indian Office, Washington. D. C, the Indian warehouses at No. 815 Howard street, Omaha, Nebr., No. 265 So. Canal St., Chicago, 111.: No. 602 So. Seventh St., St. Louis, Mo., and the publishers of the "Live Stock Indica tor," Kansas City, Mo.; the "Breeders' Gazette" of Chicago, 111., and the "Ari zona Republican" of Phoenix, Arizona, and the U. S. Indian Agent, Ft. Apache Agency, Arizona. Bids upon the blanks furnished are not, however, absolutely essential. They may be in other form provided the proper conditions are ob served. W.. A. JONES. Commissioner. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS OIL AND GAS 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 terri tory of Arizona, and to that end make the following statement: First The names of the corporators are: P. H.j Cherry. E. M. Colli w V. Gehm. A. M. Fellows. L. T. Tune. M. Tschirner. H. C. Fellows, W. II. Hoffstot, C. H. Hunt. W. M. Armstrong, S. B. Fisher. W. C. Jager, G. W. Lindsay, K. R. Johnston and C. D. Martin. The name of the corporation shall be THE ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS OIL AND GAS COMPANY, The principal place In which the busi- ness of said corporation, within the ter ritory of Arizona, is to be transacted Is Phoenix, Maricopa county, Arizona. The principal place of business of said corporation outside the territory of Arizona shall be the city of Chanute, In Neosho county, and state of Kansas, at which meetings of the board of di rectors may be held, and the corpora tion 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 make- contracts; to purchase, lease, bond, locate or otherwise acquire! own, exchange, sell or otherwise dis pose of pledge, mortgage, hypothecate aim nem in reai estate and any and all auiup oi personal property, mines, min- n emims, on lands, mineral lands, oil, gas, a6phaltum. petroleum, asbestos. Bait, water and water rights and ma chinery, and to work mines, explore, operate and develop the same: to lay, erect and maintain oil and gas pipe lines for the purpose of transporting oil and gas to and from any and all oil and gas fields that are now developed or hereafter may be developed any where In the territory of Arizona and the state of Kansas, or elsewhere, and to acquire the right-of-way therefor: and to do a general real estate, manu facturing and mercantile business; to own, handle and control letters patent and Inventions, and shares of canital stock of other corporations: to borrow money and execute notes, bonds mnrt. 1 (rages, 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 of Arizona and the state of Kansas, or elsewhere not Inconsistent with the laws of the United States and the territory or Ari zona. Third: The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) di vided Into one million shares of the par value of one dollar ($1.00) each. At such time as the board of dlrec tors may by resolution direct, said cap ital stock shall be paid Into this cor poration, either In cash of by the sale and transfer to It of real or personal property for the uses and purposes of said corporation, In payment for which shares of the capital stock of said cor poration, may be issued, and the capital stock so issued shall thereupon and tnereoy Decome and be fully paid ui and non-assesable, 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 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 tnereor shall be twenty-five years thereafter. Fifth: The affairs of this corpora tlon shall be conducted by a board of seven directors and the following named shall constitute a board of di rectors until their successors are elect ed: P. H. Cherry, H. V. Gehm. A. M Fellows, M. Tschirner, H. C. Fellows, W. H. Hoffstot and C. D. Martin. Thereafter the board of directors shall be elected from among the stockhold ers as the By-laws of the corporation. may provide. The officers of said cor poration until their successors are elec ted, shall be: P. H. Cherry, president; A. M. Fel lows, vice-president; C. D. Martin, secretary: H. V. Gehm, treasurer. 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 dollars ($500,000.00), which amount does not exceed two thirds the amount of the capital stock Seventh: The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of ev ery kind whatsoever. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 25th day of September, 1902. P. H. CHERRY (Seal) C. D. MARTIN (Seal). HENRY V. GEHM (Seal). L. T. TUNE (Seal) A. M. FELLOWS (Seal). M. TSCHIRNER (Seal). W. C. JAGER (Seal). W. H. HOFFSTOT (Seal). W. M. ARMSTRONG (Seal). H. C. FELLOWS (Seal). E.M. COLLINS (Seal). K. R. JOHNSTON (Seal). S. B. FISHER (Seal). CHARLES H. HUNT (Seal) G. W. LINDSAY (Seal). (Seal) (Seal). STATE OF KANSAS. County of Neosho, ss. On this 25th day of September, In the year 1902, before me, Tennie Thomas, a notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, per sonally appeal de P. H. Cherry and C D. Martin, known to me to be the per sons described In, whose names are subscribed to, and who executed the annexed Instrument, and they acknow ledged 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 coun ty, the date and year last above writ ten. (Seal) TENNIE A. THOMAS. Notary Public. My commission expires Dec. 22d, 1905. STATE OF MISSOURI, City of St. Louis, ss. On this 29th day of September, In the year 1902, before me, Fred A. Blake, a nntnrv niihlip In find for the state and city afroresaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Henry V. Gehm. A. M. Fel lows, M. Tschirner, W. C -Jager, W. M. Armstrong and G. M. Lindsay, 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 I urposes and considerations therein ex- pressed In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and - affixed my official seal, at my office in the state and city the date and year last above written. (Seal.) FRED A. BLAKE. Notary Public. My commission expires Feb. 10, 190tl STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Greene, ss. On this 30th day of September, in the year 1902, before me, Aruthur C. Daily, u notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared H. C. Fellows, known to ine to be the person described in, whose name is subscribed to, and who execut ed the annexed instrument, and he ac knowledged to me that he executed the same for the purposes and considerrt- tions therein expressed In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official sell at my office In the state and county. the date and year last above written. (Seal.) ARTHUR C. DAILY. Notary Public. My commission expires April 8, 1906. STATE OF MISSOURI, City of St. Louis, ss. On this first day of October, in the year 1902. before me Lee W. Hagermari, a notary public In and for the state and county aforesaid, residing therein, duly t r mmis3ioned and sworn, personally appeared E. M. Collins, S. B. Fisher and K. R. Johnston, known to me to e the persons destrlced in. whose names rre ubscribed if-, and who executed the ar.- r.exed Instrument, and they acknow ledged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considera te ns therein expressed. Jn. witness whereof, I hav? hrouMtJ set my hand and affixed my official s al. ct my office In the state and county, the date and year last Above written. (S -Ml) LKE. W. HAGERMAN. Notary Public. My conirri?F,iion expires Nov. 22, 1901. STATE OF MISSOURI. City of St. Louis, ss. . On this 1st day of October. In the year 1902, before me, Gerald B. O'Reilly, a notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Charles H. Hunt, known to me to be the person described in, whose names are subscribed to, and who exe cuted the annexed Instrument, and they acknowledged to me that they ex ecuted 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 state and county, the date and year last above written. (Seal) GERALD B. O'REILLY. Notary Public. My commission expires March 1. 1903. STATE OF MISSOURI, City of St. Louis, ss. On this 1st day of October, in the year 1902. before me. C. O. Haiziip. a notary public In and for the s'lte and county aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared L. T. Tune, known to me to be the person described In, whose rami"! ore subscribed to, and who exe cuted the annexed instrument, and tliey Tknowledered to me that they executed the same for the purposes and consid er" t!""" therein exprced. In witness where of, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal. at my office in the state and county, the d?te and year last above written. (Seal.) C. O. HAIZLTP. Notary Public My commission expires Dec. 15, 1904. STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Jackson, ss. On this 2d day of October, in the ye?r 1902, before me. John A. Moore, a notary public in and for the state and countv Aforesaid, residing therein, dulv commissioned and sworn, personally appeared W. H. Hoffstot. known to m to be the person described in. whose name is subscribed to, and who exe cuted the annexed istrument, and he ocknowledged to me that he executed the same for the purposes and consider. tions therein expressed. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed mv official seal at my office In the state and county, th date and year last above written. (Seal) JOHN A. MOORE. Notary Public. My commission expires July 27, 190! TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, Countv of Maricopa, ss. T Tt. v. McFall. county recorder. In nnd for the county and territory afore said, hereby certify that I have com nnred the foregoing copy with the or iginal Articles of Incorporation of THE ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS OIL AND CAS COMPANY, filed and recorded in mv office on the 7th day of October, 1902, In Book No. 12 of Incoporations at Vsitrc . and that the same is a iun. tri'e snd correct copy of such original nnd of the w hole thereof. witiess mv band nnd senl of office. this 7th day of October, 1902. (Seal.) p- F- McFALT.. , - County Recorder, By A. S. Arthur, Deputy. Filed and recorded in the office of the secretary of the territory of Arizona this 7th day of October, A. D., 1902, at 2 n. m. '. ISAAC T. STODDARD. -Secretary of Arizona. First publication October 13. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE THE ACME MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Know all . Men by these presents: That we, whose hands are hereunto affixed, do hereby associate ourslves i together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws or the territory of Arizona, and to that-end, make the following statement: First: The names of the corporators are:. Franklin P. Stukey. John O. James and Elmer E. Murphy, and the name of the company shall be THE ACME MANUFACTURING COM PANY. The principal place in which the business of said corporation within the territory of Arizona is to be trans acted is Phoenix. Maricopa county, Arizona, and the principal place of business of said corporation outside the territory of Arizona shall be the city of Lancaster, in the state of Ohio, at which meetings of the board of direc tors may be -held, and the corporation may have such branch either within or without the territory of Arizona as may be established by the board of direc tors. Second: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation is as follows, to-wit: To do a general manufacturing and foundry business. 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 property, water and water rights and machinery, and to work, mine, bore for gas, explore, operate and develop the same; to do a general real estate, manufacturing and mercantilj business; to own, handle and control letters patent and Inventions and shares of capital stock of other corpor ations; to borrow money and execute notes, bonds, mortgages or deeds of trust to secure the same, and to ex ercise in respect of all such bonds, mortgages, notes, shares of capital stock and other securities and obliga tions 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 thinps necessary to the proper con duct of the business of this corporation in the territory and elsewhere, not In consistent with the laws of the United States, the state of Ohio and the terri tory of Arizona. Third: The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be fifty thousand dollors ($50,00.00) di vided into five thousand shares of the par value of ten dollars ($10.00) each At such times 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 ssle and transfer to it of real or personal prop erty for the uses and purposes of sail corporation. In payment, for whicn shares of the capital stock of said cor poration may be issued, and the capi tal 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 val ue of the property purchased shall be conclusive. Fourth: The time of the commence ment of this corporation shall be tht date of the filing of these Articles of Incorporation In the office of the secre- . I t . 1 . A tary oi Arizona, ana me leruiinauuii thereof shall be twenty-five years there after. Fifth: The affairs of this corpora tion shall be conducted by a board of three directors and the following named shall constitute the board of directors until their successors are elected: Franklin P. Stukey, John O. James and Elmer E. Murphy. Thereafter the board of directors shall be elected from among trie stockholders as the By-laws of the corporation may provide. Sixth: The highest amount of In debtedness or liability direct or con tingent, to which this corporation Is it any time subject shall be thirty-three thousand dollars ($33,000.00). 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 et our hands and seals this tweirtn (12) day of September. 1902. FRANKLIN P. STUKEY (Seal). JOHN O. JAMES (Seal). ELMER E. MURPHY (Seal). STATE OF OHIO. County of Franklin, ss. On this twelfth (12) day of September. in the year 1902. before me as a notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid, residing therein, duly com missioned and sworn, -personally ap- iired Frak'in P. Stukey. Elmer B. Murphy and John O. James, known to me to be the p?rsons described In. whose names are subschibed to, and who executed 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 coun ty, the day and yeir last above writ ten. A. WARD CLUTCH. (Seal) - Notary Public. My commission expires Feb. 5, 1905. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, Countv of Maricopa, ss. T Tt. V. McFall. county recorder in and for the countv and territory afore said, hereby certify that I have com pared the foregoing copy with the orig inal Articles of Incorporation of THE ACME MANUFACTURING COM PANY filed and recorded in mv office on the- 6th day of October. 1902. in Bock No. 12 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 h?nd nnd el of office. this f.th day of October, 1902. Tt. F. McFALL, County Recorder. Tv A. S. Artht"-. Pep'-tv. (Srl Filed and recorded 1" the office of th roorotTV of thf territory or Arizona this Cth dav of October. 1902. ISSAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication October 13. POPULAR All advertisements running for less time ROOMS FOR RENT FURNISHED Single or housekeeping rooms. 332 N. Fifth street. GOOD clean rooms for $1.50 to $3.00 per week at the Mills house, West Wash ington street. ROOMS AND BOARD. At the Kelso, corner 3d avenue and Adams street. A private boarding house. TO LET Two connecting rooms on ranch, for gentlemen. Furnished or unfurnished; 15 minutes from post office. Address Box 992. FOR RENT South front room, fur nished for light housekeeping; young I lady preferred; no consumptives. Corner California ave. and Desert st. TWO or three nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping ' to rent at Ed Tannehill's. 3 miles northeast, or address box 463. TWO neatly furnished rooms for rent; $1 icr week each. Inquire William Liinbrock, 214 E. Washington street. T11K VALLEY Lodging House; newly furnished rooms, $2.50, $3, $3.50 per week; 80 feet south of court house. E. Gonzales, proprietor. BOARD AND ROOM $35 a month. 718 South Center street. THE LELAND New and clean, most centrally located house In town; Adams St.; Invalids best of care. board if desired. THE DORRIS Furnished rooms; use of bath and kitchen. 32 South Second avenue. CAPITOL HOTEL Corner E. Wash ington and Third streets; pleasant furnished rcoms $1.5,0 per week and up; transients solicited. frOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished houses close in. Apply to E. E. Prowell, 230 S. First Ave. FOR. RENT Nicely furnished cottage, furnished rooms, also housekeeping rooms. Corner Second and Buchanan streets, No. 207. No consumptives. FLAT, newly furnished, close in: no consumptives. Call 139 North Third street. GREGORY Call. HOUSE for rent or sale. FOR RENT-Neatly furnished five room cottage; screen porch and horse and buggy; I72 miles from Postoffice, Address box 722. HOUSE to rent 554 North Fourth ave nue. FOR KENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kind3 and prices; also, houses, lets and ranches fcr rale. W. K. James, room 5, Nich olson building. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED. Ladies' underwear and in fants' sewir.g: fine hand work. Miss Hocver. North Thirteenth Ave. WANTED. Dressmaking bv the day or at home; 425 N. Third St. SITUATION WANTED by widow wo man with one child. Good cook. Min Ing camp preferred. Address, Widow, Republican office. HELP WANTED WANTED. A girl for general house work: eood wages: no washing. 482 N. First Ave. WANTED. A girl fcr general house work. Mrs. W. L. Pinney, 1970 W Adams street. WANTED Two first class painters and paper hangers. Apply Taylor, 238 West Washington street, 7 o'clock Monday sharp. WANTED. Experienced bookkeeper, lady preferred. Apply N. Y., this of fice. WANTED. Salesladies, trimmer and makers for our millinery department. Ncne but those having had experi ence need apply. N. Y. this office. WANTED Woman to do general housework; must have reference; ecod wa.cres. v Apply Mrs. H. P. De Mund, ICth Ave. and Jefferson St. WANTED Assistant housekeeper; lady and child can secure a pleasant and steady country home with small wages. Address box 2, Buckeye, Ariz. WANTED Men ; machine drillers, $3; chuck tenders, $2.50; corner men, $2.50; hand drillers, $2.25; muckers, $2; Chatsworth park tunnel; teamsters and graders for C. P. grade wcrlr l.i Nevada. J. R. Paine. Eclipse Deliv ery, Phoenix. MISCELLANEOUS WANTt MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tell past, present and future: Ladlei, I5c; ntltn&, CO cents. 231 Buchanam street, oror of Tklrd atreet. WANTED Room near city hall where a man can feel at home; where there are no other roomers. Address Y, Re publican office. WANTED TO RENT OR BUY Half water right in Salt Canal and three water riehts In Maricopa canal. Ad. dress P. O. box 1417, Phoenix. DARNING and mending of gentle men s wearing apparel. Call at 800 South Third avenue. WANTED. A light runabout buggy. Hammond, auctioneer. 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 distrifcnt- ed. Those In reed tleas calL FOR SALE FOR SALE Horse, buggy and harness. Apply 423 West Jefferson street. WANTS than one month must be paid Jo advance. LOST AND FOUND LOST Ono span bay mares. One marked haf circle S the other circle S , when last seen one had a bell on, the other hobbled, when last seen hobbles broke. Belonging to John Fitzgerald, Phoenix, Arizona. Suita ble reward. FOR SALE. One Tourth section in Buckeye valley; good land, well lo cated, full water rights and cheap, with part on time; and your choice of two ten-acre lots on Center street. Write or see me for particulars. J. W. Eastwood, Phoenix. FOR SALE. Bartlett pears, choicest. properly packed and shipped direct from orchard: $1.25 per box. George . Scornlck, Mesa. FOR SALE Gentle driving pony, two house tents partly furnished; house and small place for rent. IVi miles east and mile south from Indian school. FOR SALE OR LEASE The finest im proved stock farm In the valley if taken by November 1. Exceptional opportunity to responsible party. In quire of Taylor & Son. North 1st Ave. PUBLIC SALE Mules and horses. Monday, Oct. 20, at my ranch, 4 miles west of Six Point3 on the Christy road, I will sell at public auction: 3'J mules, 2, 3 and 4 years old. From 20 to 60 work mares. Auction com mences at 10 a. m. JOHN AMBROSE. Hammond, auctioneer. FOR SALE 33 1-3 inches Grand canal floating right; 20-acre Arizona canal floating right: share of stock in Salt River Valley canal. W. K. James, Nicholson block. FOR SALE Buggy, horse and harness, all in good condition; $90. Call at T. E. Dalton's, North First avenue. CATTLE SALE Wednesoay. October 15, 1902, commencing at 10 a. m. prompt, at what is known as the Dr. Adams ranch, on McDowell road, 2 miles east of Toll Gate, or 1 mile north of Asylum. 87 head of cattle. 30 cows, 12 2-year-old heifers, to be I fresh soon; 10 yearlings, 32 calves about 8 months old, 3 young bulls. . These cattle are all in excellent con dition and of Durham stock. Two horses, wagon, harness, cans, etc. Lunch served at noon. Ed H. Howell, owner; Hammond, auctioneer. FOR SALE 160 acres in Camel Back oil district. Fine level land. $3.25 per acre. Address P. O. Box 133, Tempe, Arizona. FOR SALE Bartlett pears. Driv.j down to the McClure orchard and get them one and a half miles south of Capitol grounds; pears delivered to any address in city; telephone 2321. The Ncrris Dairy wagon takes orders for fruit. Walter L. Norris. Prop. FOR SALE At rny residence in Farm er's addition, Tempe, 10 cows, 10 calves, 1 milk route, cans, two wag ons, harness, team cf mares, weight 1350. J. D. Piitchett. FOR SALE Two extra good and Ken- tie family cows. Inquire cheese fac tory. Five Points. SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES for sale Compare my prices for vari ety, age and size of trees with others. Six palms of different varieties free with every dollar's worth of trees at the nursery. Frank Wagner, three- quarters of a mile south of Phoenix Park. PROFESSIONAL DOCTOR of Osteopathy, Masrnetopath. Hydropatli, Doctor of Psychology, Mas seur, Master of Klectro Therapeutics. Treatments very reasonable. We have studied and follow the celebrated Bat tle Creek sanitarium mstssaire and hy dropathic methods. A talk and good ad vice cosls yon nothinpr. Rev. JJr. Ber nard Pos. 135 W. Monroe, near M. E. church. UliT IOUK GUNS and Bicycles repaired oy me noenix cycle ana icepair com pany, successors to the Bente Bicycle uo. uur prices are right and competent men do the work. Phone 2524. MISS ANNETTE OLIVER (Graduate Cumnock School of Expression) Los. Angeles, Cal., teacher of elocution and physical culture. Engagements ma'lo for public and parlor readings. 4.- N. Second Ave.,' Phoenix, Arizona. Tele phone 3311. D. L. CONNER. Osteopathic Physician. The only graduate In the territory un der the founder of the science. Dr. A. T. Still, American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. Office 8 West Adams, Phoenix, Ariz. Office phone, 1494. Res. phone, 20S3. OSTEOPATH Mrs. Anna E. Seitz, D. O., room 4, Monihon block, cor. Wash ington and North 1st Ave., graduate of Columbian School of Osteopathy, Kirksville. Mo. Examination and consultation free. CLAIRVOYANT MADAM LA MOSS, the world renowned medium, can be consulted on affairs of life: she is re nowned for her reading on past and future events of life, and gives advice on business of all nature. Call and be convinced. 22 South Third avenue. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards. ED WARDS & MOKTO.N, Lawyers. 19 S. Center St. Phoenix, Ariz. VETERINARY SURGEON. VR HOWARD RAMSAY. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Office, corner First nvenun nnd Monroe street. Ambrose Corral, Phoenix, Arizona. Telephone 3313. AMRRORR RICHARDSON. Livery and Feed- Telephone Zfcl. 429 West Wasn- ington street, rhoenix. Arizona, NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E.'PASCOE. Notary Public. Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledgments taken. 110 North Center street, opposite Hotel Adams. FRANK SHIRLEY, Exnert Chlronodlpt. Tel. Main 296fi. Basement. Cor. Wash, and Center St. COMMERCIAL HOTEL BARBER SHOP Reopened and renovated un der new manngpment: tonorial ser vice now first class; n olern and up-to-date; hct and cold baths. I. H. Tanner, proprietor. If he PalacQ si 2 3 HXR8CHFELD A PERJCtNt. H - Proprietor. B . Llqacrs aaS Clgrj M Phoanlx. Arlxou 5 3 s XT !4 I THE HOFFMAN 4F i Th bowling alley ! cooi. ti. XUr la from cold atorage and la . 9 7 ANEETJSER-BTTSCIL Mrs!! T1V0LI GARDEN NOW CORNUCOPIA CUB Incorporated Jon 1ft, l')02 Is open to members and thtir gut.-" only. For membership sec eitJivr oi the directors. William Widmer. presi dent; Ed Ruppert. vice residt.r:t. or Robert F. Doll, Alex Rheinst!u. A. It. McCalmley, directors, or the steward at the clubhouse, three and oue-ha'.f niile- east, on Tempe road. J. 11. W. JENSEN. Treasurer, Secretary and Stewart. The Bank Exchange. We Serve ...Hot Lunches; Between 11:30 and 2 p. rn. Good Home CooKinrj Everything All Right Indudins Prices Business Chances (00 Acres Alfalfa In a 200-acre anch. The whole fenced with hog wire. Good five-room lathed and plastered adobe. Fine wells. Water in Sail Canal Balance of 100 acres is grain land. This ranch is for sale cheap or can b-j rented on a 3-year lease at bari::iin. TAYLOR. CD. SON Eeal Estate and Investments No. 11 North First Ave. For Rent mile south of R. K. tracks on Sev enth avenue. 40 acre3 of land with 25 Acres Alfalfa W. R. in Salt and good clean ditches. Chicken yards are well fenced and rcomy. Good 5-room adobe and. good well. TAYLOR. a SON Real Estate nsd Investments, No. 11 Nc.th. First Ave. MME. SIMTSON, manicuring, chiro pody. Unexcelled facial, body and scalp mr.s--s.tse. Residence. 512 South Second avenue. Proposals for wheat and hay V. P. Indian Service, Pima Agency, Sacator. Ariz., September SO, 19.2. Sealed i ro- . hay" (as the case may be), and ad dressed to the undersigned will te re ceived at this agency until 2 olok p. m. of 21st October, 19ii2. for furnish ing and delivering at this agency as required during the fiscal jar 1903. 2CS.C0O pounds wheat ar.l 4s tons of hay. Wheat must be cli-at'. well sacked and wtigh net le than 60 lbs. to the bushel. Sample of not les3 than 10 lbs. must be furnished. Hay must be free from moll and weeds and of good, merchantable iua'- ity. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, or any part of any b'.d. i deemed for the bert interests oi" the ser vice. Each bid must be accomr,aniel by a certified check or draft uion soiiv: United States depository or solvent ra tional bar.k. payable to order of th? Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at least five per cent of amount cf the pro. posal, which check or draft will be fcr- feited to the United States in case ar.y bidder or bidders receiving an award Fhall fail to properly execute a contratt with good and sufiicient sureties; other wise to be returned to the bi idor. F?H: accompanied by cash In lieu of certified check will not be considered. For further information ai r'v to ELWOOD HADLEY, U. S. Indian Agent. PROPOSALS FOR WHOLE BAIILEV. TT. S. Indian ServUe. ?ui Cir'n-5 Agency, Ariz., Oct. 1, 192 . Peale.l pro posals endorsed "Pmrosals for Who!" Barley" and addressed t? the u'i l.-r- slgr.ed, will be received r.t dis ajjencv until two o'clock p. ir.. o? tobtr Z. 1902. for furnishing, and deii". --rir.tr ct the agency as required durin? the tl.-I year ending June 30, l'.'C3. lii.'-' O p. ui-.ds whole barley, fair co'.cr. sor.v. 1. ih-.m. and to weigh not Icfs than 4:5 pou:;".; to the bushel, in strong bur'p sa. k. Sample of not less than t-a pun. Is must be furnished. The bailey will l subject to tigid inspection be for- ac ceptance. The right is reserved to re ject any and ail bids, ir any part of any bid if deemed fur the bet intt-rrts of the service. Each bid it.ust ! ac companied by. a certified check or draft upon some United Ptat-s depository in solvent national bank, payable to order of the commissioner cf Indian affair-. for at least five per cent of aiiimir.t o. proposal, which check or draft will ! forfeited to the Unite! States in a- ' any bidder receiving an awaro Fn i:; fail to promptly execute a contract with gord and suffick .t sureties; nth-r- wlse to be returr.-i t i I ": '. ! r. J-'.d;; -tompar.icd by ash in lieu of ( '..- k :" draft will not be considered. For far ther Infointatlon rpply to GEORGE D. CORSON. U. S. Indian Ag-r.t.