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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 190!
MOTHERS Who would keep their children in good health should watch for the first symp toms cf worms, and remove them with White's Cream Vermifuge. It Is the children's best tonic. It gets digestion at work, so that their food does them good, and they grow up healthy and strong. 25c at Elvey & Hulett s. drug gists. Another band of burglars composed of small negro boys has been discov ered by the police. The only redeeming feature of this epidemic of juvenile out lawry is that the youngsters usually confess. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of David J. Jones, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under signed, executrix of the last will and testament of David J. Jones, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executrix. Margaret J. Jones, at No. 213 Fleming block. Phoenix, Mari copa county. Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said county of Maricopa. MARGARET J. JONES. Executrix of the Last Will and Testa ment of David J. Jones. Deceased. fcDated Phoenix, Arizona, this 16th day of October, 190:!. NOTICE TQ CREDITORS. Estate of Jaob Ileinsohn .deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under sighed, executors of the estate of Ja cob Heinsohn, deceased, to the credi tors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first pub lication of this notice, to the said ex ecutors, at the office of C. F. Ains worth, over. Valley Bank in Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. In said county of Maricopa. CALIFORNIA SAFE DEPOSIT & TRUST COMPANY, Executor of Jacob Heinsohn. Deceased. Dated Phoenix. Ariz., this 18th day Of October, 1902. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice Is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Santa Fe. Prescott & Phoenix Railway Company will be held at the office of the company, in the city of Preacott, territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the 19th day of November. 1902. at 12 o'clock, noon, of said day. for the pur pose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, and for the tran saction of such other business as may be properly brought before the meet ing. Books for transfer of stock will be closed November 8th. remaining closed until November 25th. 1902. Dated at Prescott, Arizona,this 16th day of October, 1S02. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, President. WALLACE FAIRBANK, Secretary. NOTICE Or sale of bonds of 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. 1301, pro viding a fund for the erection of ad ditional buildings for the University of Arizona. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by 'the board of regents of the University of Arizona, at the office of said board of regents at the city of Tucson, in the territory of Arizona, for the period of one month after the expiration of the publication of this notice, which publication will expire on the 20th day of October, A. D. 1902, for the purchase of bonds of the territory of Arizona to the amount of twenty-five thousand dollars, which said bonds are authorized and directed to be Issued and delivered to said board of regents of the university of Arizona by an act of congress ratifying an act of the territorial legislature of Arizona, approved March 2, 1901, providing a. fund for the erection . additional buildings for the university of Arizona, and duly issued to the said board of regents by the treasurer of the terri tory of' Arizona. The said paaled proposals will be opened at the office of said board, of regents at said city of Tucson on the 21st day of November, at the hour of four o'clock p. m.t when the sale of said bonds will be made In accordance Uh the provisions of said act. The principal of said bonds ex pressly made payable in gold coin of the United States, within twenty ears after the date of their issue, a .shall be of the denomination of one 1 usand dollars each. The said bonds shall bear interest at five per cent per annum, which Interest will be payable annually in gcM coin of the United States on the firr .Mon day in January of each year ' the office of the territorial treasurer. None of said bonds will be sold for less tfcn their par value; and on the day t id hour above named for opening said sealed proposals the said board of re gents will award the purchase of eaid bonds to the highest bidder or bidders thereof, provided that such bids shall not be for a less sum tnan the par valu 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. Zabrlskie, secretary. DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United Stats 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 SE 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. Had3ell and Thomas N. Clanton, of Buckeye, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication, Sept. 19, 1902. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION . OF 'CHICAGO-MONTANA GOLD MIN ING COMPANY." KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, whose names are hereunto affixed, do hereby associ ate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Arizona: and to that end make the following statement: FIRST. The names of the incorporators are: C. D. Stephens. C. A. Denham, John M. Gartslde. And the name of the corporation shall be "CHICAGO-MONTANA GOLD MIN ING COMPANY." SECOND. The principal place in which the bus iness 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 of the Territory of Arizona .shall be the City of Chicago, in the County of Cook, In the State of Illinois, and the com pany shall have a branch office at Lew istown. County of Fergus, State of Montana, and such other branch ortlce3 either within or without the Territory of Arizona, as may be established by the Board of Directors, at any of which meetings of the stockholders and of the Board of Directors may be held. THIRD. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these articles of incorporation and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. FOURTH. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a Board of Directors; and the number of Directors shall be not less than three nor more than ten; and the following named persons shall constitute the Board of Directors until their successors are elected, to-wit: James M. Gwin, Chicago, 111. C. D. Stephens. Chicago, 111. John M. Gartside. Chicago, 111. Thereafter the Board of Directors shall be elected by the stockholders, as the by-laws cf the corporation may provide. FIFTH. The purposes for which this corpora tion is formed are as follows, to-wit: 1st. To acquire, hold, work, develop, and operate gold mines. 2nd. To acquire, hold, work, and operate gold, silver, copper and lead mines, and mirres bearing other min eral products. --- 3rd. To acquire, own and use water, water rights, and mills incident to the treatment of gcld bearing earth and gold bearing ores, and to do all things incident to the general business of gold mining. 4th. To acquire, hold, work and op erate mines of silver bearing ore, and its associated ore3. Eth. To sell, work, mill, reduce or treat the product of mines, and to do all things incident to the general busi ness of mining. 6th. To locate, buy, sell, lease and operate mines and smelters, and oth erwise acquire, develop and dispose o" mining claims. 7th. To incorporate and plat town sites; and to soli and dispose of lots and blocks therein. 8th. To deal in general merchandise, lumber, timber, water and' electric power and light. 9th. To buy land, whether mineral or otherwise: to build and construct railroads or tramwc.ys and operate the same, charging for carriage or trans portation reasonable fare3 or tolls; and to use such motive power as may be deemed bet. 10th. To invest its funds or property in the capital stock of and beccme a stockholder in any other corporation formed or to be formed, or in the bonds of such corporation; and to re tain or dispore of such stocks and bonds in whole cr in part at pleasure. 11th. To consolidate and amalga mate itself with any other corporation or corporations by a two-thirds vote of the stockholders of this corporation and form one general company under such name and style as may be agreed upon: and to issue and apportion the stock of such consolidated corporations as may be agreed upon by the proper action of the stockholders in each of said corporations. And to take up, if deemed best and proper, the individual stock of each company; and to replace It with the stock of the general com pany in such manner and amounts as may be agreed upon by the stockhold ers. 12th. To do prospecting for minerals. .lthr throuerh its own officers and agents, or bv contract with others, and to . work and develop and to do a gen eral mining, milling, smelting and re duction business and treating of ores and metals. 13th. To do a general manufacturing hiiKinpRS and to operate saw mills for the production of lumber, Dlanins mills factories and plants for the production of wood and lumber products. To do a general wholesale and retail business for the sale of dry goods, groceries, hardware and other articles of com merce. 14th. To lease and purchase, and to hold and cwn the real, personal, or mixed property or stock, or franchise of other corporations; and to pay for the BnmA In monev. bonds, notes, or other property, or by an issue of Its own capital stock or otherwise on sucn terms and in such amounts, and upon such conditions as such corporations may deem best: acting by and through its stockhclders in convention assem bled, or by Its Board of Directors, they having been fully authorized So act in the premises. 15th. To construct pipe lines, tanks. and reservoirs for the transportation and storing of water, petroleum or gas for the use of the public, or In Its own business. lGth. To do all things pertaining to or connected In any way with a gen eral r.ilninir. reduction and smelting buslneT:. 17th. To btiv pnd sell ores, mill nd other furnace products; to smelt and re duce lead, gold, silver, copper and other ores, and refine bullion: to manufac ture lead. Conner, iron and other prod ucts and articles of merchandise, and to do a general smelting, refining, met allurgical and manufacturing buiness 18th. To erect necessary building mills, rr.achinerv, p.nd appliances, and ourchase materials for the proper working thereof. 19th. To lse. hypothecs te or sell b"olute!v All of the right', property and nsets of this corporation upon such terms and conditions as may ba deemed exped'ent, upon a two-thirds vote of all the stockholders of the cor poration. 20th. To purchase, lease, bond, lo cate or otherwise acquire, own, ex charfge, sell or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hypothecate, and deal in real estate, and any and all kinds of personal property, mines, min ing claims, oil lands, mineral lands, oil and gas, petroleum, water and water rights and machinery; and to work, mine, explore, operate and develop the same. 21st. To do a general real estate, manufacturing and mercantile busi ness; to own, handle and control letters patent and Inventions. To borrow money, execute notes, bonds, mort gages, or deeds of trust to secure th same and to exercise In respect of all such bonds, mortgages, or deeds of trust to secure the same and to exer cise in respect of all such bonds, mort gages, notes, shares of capital stock, and other securities and obligations, any and all rights, powers and privi leges of Individual owners thereof, in cluding the right to vote upon any ol the shares of stock held by it, to the came extent that a natural person might or could do; and in general to do all things necessary, proper or requi site, to the proper conduct of the busi ness of this corioration; and to carry into effect the various objects afore said in the United States, its terrl- orif-s, Mexico and elsewhere, not in- onsistent with the laws of the United States and the Territory of Arizona. SIXTH. The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be and is One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) di vided into ' Two hundred thousand (200.000) shares of the par value of Five ($5.00) dollars per share each. At such time as the Board of Di rectors may, by resolution direct, saia capital stock shall be paid into this corporation, either in cash, or by the sale and transfer to it of real or per sonal property, fcr the uses and pur poses of said corporation, in payment for which shares of the capital stock of said corporation may be issued, and the capital stock so issued shall there upon and thereby become and be fully paid up, and non-assessable. And In the absence of actual fraud la the transaction, the Judgment of the Di rectors as to the value of the property purchased shall be conclusive. SEVENTH. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability, direct or contingent, to which this corporation is at any time subject, shall be Six hundred and fifty thousand ($650,000,00) dollars. EIGHTH. The private property of the sto k- holuers and directors of this corpora tion shall be exempt from corporats debts of any kind whatsoever. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereunto set our hands and seals this ist ciay c uetooer. a. u. iws. f Signed C.D.STEPHENS. (Sea ) (Signed C. A. DENHAM. (Seal) f?eali 1 State cf Illinois, I County of Cook, ss On this 1st day of October, in the year Nineteen hundred and two (1902),,. ' before me, James M. Gwin, a Notary Public in and for the County aforesaid. ... , , iii residing therein, duly commissioned , ,, j t-w and sworn, personally appearsd C. D. Stephens, C. A. Denham, and John M Gartside, known to me to be the per sons described In, whose names are affixed to, and who executed th? an nexed 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 County and State, the day and year last above written. (Notarial Seal.) JAMES M., GWIN. Notary Public. My commission expires March 6th, roe. Territory of Arizona, County of Maricopa, ss. I, B. F. McFall, County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the forejreing copy with the original Articles of Incorporation i;' the "Chicago-Montana Gold Mining Company," filed and rceordedln my of- fice on the 6th day of October, 1902, in Book 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 hand and seal of office this 6th day of October, 1902. (Seal.) It. F. McFALL, County Recorder. Cy A. S. ARTHUR. Filed and recorded In the cfTice of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 6th day of October, A. D. 1902, at 2 p. m. ISAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication, October 19. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE "SOCORRO MINE 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: S. P. Anderson, B. G. Adams. Paul Gray, Albert Chapelle, H. J. Gavin. The name of the corporation shall be"SOCORRO MINE COMPANY." The principal place In which the busi ness of said corporation, within the territory of Arizona, Is to be transacted Is Phoenix, Maricopa county, Arizona, and the principal place of business, out side the territory of Arizona, shall be Chicago, Illinois; and a branch office shall be maintained at the Socorro Mine In Lower California, Mexico; the corporation may have such other branch offices, either within or without the territory of Arizona, as may be es tablished by the Board of Directors. Meetings of the Board of Directors may be held at the principal place of business or at one of the branch offices as the Board of Directors may elect. Second: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation is primarily the pur chase, sale, leasing and operating of mines and mineral lands, the milling and extraction or reduction of miner als, the construction and operation of pipe lines, flumes and canals for the purpose of conveying water, the pur chase, sale and leasing of water and water rights, reservoir sites and of land appurtenant thereto, and the develop- ment of water by drilling or' other methods; the purchase, sale and leas ing of lands supposed to contain oil, asphalt and natural gas, the drilling for same and the constructing, owning and operating of pipe lines, flumes, con duits and reservoirs for storage- of same; the building, leasing, operating and owning of smelters in the United States and the Republic of Mexico: the buying, selling and leasing of agricul tural, timber and mineral lands, ores, mines, bullion, mining machinery, min ing supplies; the construction, opera tion and ownership of wagon roads, railways, tramways, vessels, tanks, reservoirs, warehouses and other fa cilities for transportation of all arti cles for use In commissary and general stores, mines, smelters and the means of transportation of the products there of: the construction and operation of telephone and telegraph lines and other means of communication; the buying and dealing in personal property and merchandise; the owning and conduct ing of general stores dealing in all kinds of supplies and merchandise: to make contracts, to purchase, lease bond, 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, mines, mining claims, oil lands, mineral lands, oil, gas, asphaltum, petroleum, asbestos, salt, stone, onyx and marble; water and water rights and machinery; to work, mine, explore, operate and de velop the same; to do a general real estate, manufacturing and mercantile business; to own, handle and control letters, patents and inventions arid shares of capital stock of other cor porations; to borrow money and exe cute 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 stock and other securities and obligations and any and all rights, powers and privi leges of individual owners thereof, in cluding the right to vote upon any shares of stock held by it to the sam? 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 ir. the territory or elsewhere, not Incon sistent 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, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($1,230,000) divided into five million (5,000,000) shares of the par value of twenty-five cents ($0.23) each in the United States coin. At such time as the Board of Direc tors may, by resolution, direct, said capital stock shall be paid into this corporation, either in cash or by salo and transfer to It of real or personal property for the uses and purposes of BaId corporation, in navment for uhi,h shares of the capital stock of said cor- Inoration shall be issued, and the capital stK.k SQ ,ssued Bha thereupon an.j thprphv hpromo nr,,i v,- fnv t,i r, . '" e j r.on-assessahlp. and In th ohn f ,.4,ltli ,.Q.i . . i - v t. u ii iijc iiaiiBctiiuu. lilt; judgment of the directors, as to th !,,. r . . . . ,, Pr(h. ,. - V V'i ., u 7 J 'lr.ent cf this corporation shall be th- , . ' , l"; 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 corportion shall be conducted by a Board of Five (5) Directors and the following named shall constitute a board until their suc cessors are elected: S. P. Anderson, Albert Chapelle, B. G. Adams, F. J. Gavin, Paul Gray, Thereafter the Board of Directors shall be elected from among the stock holders, as the by-laws of the corpora tion may provide. The officers of said corporation until their successors ar elected shall be: Albert Chapelle. president; B. G. Adams, vice president; H. J. Gavin, secretary: S. P. Anderson, treasurer. Sixth: The highest amount of indebt edness or liability, direct or contin gent, to which this corporation is at any time subject shall be seven "hun dred and fifty thousand dollars ($750.- C00), which amount does not exceed three-fifths the amount of the capital stock. Seventh: The private property of tho stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from Its corporate Gebts Df any kind whatsoever. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this 17th day of July A. D.. 1902. ALBERT CHAPELLE (Seal). H. J. GAVIN (Seal). SAM'L P. ANDERSON (Seal). BURTON J. ADAMS (Seal). PAUL GRAY (Seal). STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of Los Argeles, ss. On this 17th day of July, in the year one thousand nine hundred and two, and before me, Beatrice Wilkins, a no tary public in and for said Lcs Angeles county, residing therein, duly commis-i sioned and sworn, personally appeared Samuel P. Anderson, Burton G. Adams, Paul Gray, Albert Chapelle and H. J. Gavin, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that they executed' the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my' hand and affixed my official seal at Los Angeles, in said county, the day and year in this certificate first above written. (Notarial seal) BEATRICE WILKINS, Notary Public in and for Los Angeles county. State of California. 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 he or iginal Articles of Incorporation of the "SOCORRO MINE COMPANY," filed and recorded in my office on the 19th day cf July, 1902, in Book No. 10 of In corporations 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 19th day of July, 1902. (Seal) B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. Arthur, Deputy. Filed and recorded in the .office of the secretary of the territory of Arizona this 19th day of July A. D., 1902. at 2 n. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona. First publication October 18. POPULAR All advertisements running for less time ROOMS FOR RENT HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS to rent with private board. Mrs. Engle man, 403 E. Monroe St. THE RUMNEY, on Grand Ave., will be opened Monday, the 20th. Parties desiring first-class rooms and board, with beautiful grounds, etc., can find accommodations here. 1V4 miles from P. O. Telephone 3."21. TWO neartly furnished rooms for rent; $1 per week each. Inquire William Limbrook, 214 E. Washington street. FOR RENT. Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping; 2 blocks from Five Points street car line. Price rea sonable. Call cor. Grand Ave. and Indiana street. FOR RENT. Housekeeping room& ami furnished cottages. No invalids. Call 13U North Third street. BOARD AND ROOMS 2Vi miles out North Center street, near Osborn school house. Call at what Is known as the old Lacy place, or, address Box 12'J3. 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. TWO or three nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping to rent at Ed Tannehill's, 3'& miles northeast, or address box 463. THE VALLEY Lodging House; newly furnished rooms, $2.50. $3, $3.50 per week; 80 feet scuth of court house. E. Gonzales, proprietor. BOARD AND ROOM $30 a month. South Center street. 718 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. f OR RENT FOR RENT. Three-room brick cot tage, furnished. Chaap. Call 905 W. Jefferson St. SCHORGL RANCH. Room and board, also tents for rent if desired. Prices right. Call at place, a mile west of Indian school, cr address Box 7SG. FOR RENT Nicely furnished house. Call at "The Fair Store." SMALL furnished cottage, housekeep ing rooms, furnished rooms. Cor. 2d and Buchanan Sis. No consumptives. CAPABLE SALESMAN to cover Ari zona with staple line. High commis sions with advance of $100.00 monthly. Permanent position to right man. Jes H. Smith Co.. Detroit. Mich. FOR RENT Choice furnished and un furnished residences in all parts of the city. B. A. Fickas & Co., 17 N. First Ave. FOR RENT. At once, a 20-acre ranch, close in. Hammond, Auctioneer. FOR RENT. Four room brick house, corner Scuth Center and Lincoln streets.' City water, large shady yard, large barn. Nicely furnished. Inquire 31 East Lincoln street. FOR RENT. Furnished room board at 1135 West Adams St. with SMALL furnished house; 428 S. Center St. HOUSE to rent 534 North Fourth ave nue. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, room 5, Nich olson building. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED. Widow with child eignt years old wants position for general housework. Good h?me preferred to high wages. Address room 2, Whar ton block. WANTED. Men for Nevada and Utah teamsters, laborers, rockmen. Ship via C. P. route. J. R. raine, 43 So Center St.. Phoenix. WIDOW woman would like work by the day washing or cleaning. 81C W. Jefferson street. FIRST-CLASS drug clerk, registered in Ohio and New Mexico, desires po sltion in Phoenix. Not an invalid; best of references. Address P. O. box 135, Phoenix. WANTED Situation by woman cook ami housekeeper; boarding house or private family. References. Wages $40 per month. Address Housekeeper, WANTED. Ladies' underwear and in far.ts' sewinc: fine hand work. Miss Hoover, North Thirteenth Ave. WANTED. Dressmaking by the day or at home: 425 N. Third St. HELP WANTED WANTED. A girl to work in bindery Must have had previous experience Call at this office. WANTED. Lady canvasser; good pay. no cash required. Answer "D," this oPVp. AV ANTED. A erood girl for dining room work at Rumney's, on Grand Ave. Telephone 3321. WANTED Lady in each county to manage business; old house. Salary $18 weekly. Money 'advanced for ex penses. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Manager, 322 Cax- ton Bldg., Chicago. RELIABLE men everywhere to dis tribute circulars, samples and ad vertising matter. Good pay. Co operative Advertising Co., Station E, New Yo-k. ABLE SALESMEN to represent large manufacturing concern, exclusive territory; 60 per cent eciti., large sales everywhere, no competition. Western Fire Appl'ance Co., S1G Market St. San Frcncljca. WANTS than one month must be paid to advanca. WANTED EVERYWEHERE HUST- lers to tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc., no canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising Bureau, Chi cago. $12 WEEKLY, either sex, copying let- j ters at home; Send stamp for par ticulars. King Mfg. Co., 248 Warren Av., Chicago. WANTER A careful hostler at Phoe nix race track. WANTED. Good colored woman for general housework: no cooking. Good wages. Address "Housework," Re publican. WANTED A trirl for general house work; good wages; no washing. 4S2 N. First Ave. MISCELLANEOUS V7ANTS LADIES Use our harmless Remedy for delayed or suppressed period; it cannot fail. Trial free. PARIS CHEMICAL CO., Milwaukee, Wis. A PROFIT OF 35 TO 40 PER CENT month earned during the pant two years by our infallible system of speculation. Dividends i;aid weekly. Highly indorsed. Particulars free. Mention paper. J. D. Irving & Co., 302 Broadway. New York. LADIES $500 REWARD for a case of obstinate suppression, any cause, in Pathology, my Monthly Regulator fails to relieve; safe, harmless. Mail. How long suppressed. Dr. Jackson R. Co., 169 Dearborn St., Chicago. REMOVED. Ramon J. Acosta. un-to- date shoemaker, has moved from 14 East Washington to 8 So. Center. All work guaranteed. PRIVATE HOME FOR INVALIDS Board, room and nursing if desired; best cf care. 701 E. Jefferson St., cor. Eighth St. Telephone 2686. THOSE little Bartlett pears down at the McCiure ranch are Ihe best fruit In the world for pickles and pre serves, li miles south of capitol grounds. Come and get them at 2c per pound. MRS. ELIZa A. EDWARDS, xpri- enced card reader, tell past, present and future; Ladifa, 25c; gectlom n, 60 cents. 31 Buctnc atrext. ornr ef Third street. WANTED TO RENT OR BUY Half water right in Salt Canal and three water rights 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. CLOTHING or aelieaeiea lor tnc mot and sick can be left at the room ol the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Centra1 Ave. They will be rarefully distribut ed. Those In reed please call. FOR SALE FOR SALE OR LEASE. I offer to re!! my ranch in the next two weeks at a bargain; cr will give three-year lense to responsible party. W. C. Norton, 5 miles west and 1V miles south of capitol. STEREOPTICON LANTERN, double developing with all the eq.uipmer.ts, cheap. T. W. Chamberlain Lumber Co. FOR PALE A good Chkkering Piano, $143 if sold soon. Address Mrs. A. W. Byer. Box 1S3. Phoenix. A. T. FOR SALE Some rare bargains in city and suburban real estate. B. A. Fickas & Co.. 17 N. First Ave. FOR SALE. Cypher's incubatcr, 2J0- egg, good as new. Cheap for cash, ciuick. 5 miles east on McDowell road. P. O. box No. 1232. J. H. Rhoads. FOR SALE OK RENT Splendidly equipped chicken ranch, near city. Rare bargain. B. A. Fickas & Co., 17 N. First Ave. FOR SALE. Seed barley in quantities to suit. New dean alfalfa seed. Land with water right to sell or rent. Lin coln Fowler, 34 So. Center St. FOR SALE. Framed tents, tent furni ture, driving peny. Box G02. FOR SALE. i-Srand new surrey at sec ond hand price. E. A. Spaulding. 41 W. Adams St. FOR SALE CHEAP. One show case, two counters, scales, paper cutter, etc. R. C. Butler, 516 So. Third Ave. FOll SALE. Home grown carnation plants, now ready for planting. Also ro?s. Dave Turner, N. Center St. FOR SALE. 110 young white Leghorn hens, 3 tons stacked wheat: 1 mile east of asylum. E. L. Sutton. FcTrALE. A superb health resort" 5-rocm house, chicken ranch, stocked, and Jersey cow. Close in. Address box C03, Phoenix, Arizona. FOR SALE. Five room cottage for sale or exchange for cattle or horse3. Address, b;x 613, City. FOR SALE. 5 acres, improved, large new barn, large two-story house, fine well, plenty of water for irrigating. Almost every variety of fruit grown in the valley; roses in abundance. An ideal home at a bargain; best of reasons for selling; near Indian school, facing east on Center street. T. W. Chamberlain. FOR SALE. Bartlett pears, choicest, properly packed and shipped direct from orchard; $1.25 per box. George Scornick, Mesa. SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES tor 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. LOST AJMD FOUND TAKEN UP. A dark brown horse. 3 white feet, one ear split, white star cn forehead. Owner can have same by scttlir.g. Address 740 S. Third Ave. LOST. Buy horse, blazed face; seven years old: ro brand. Short tail. Re ward .'or return to Pa fiord's Cash St ere. 4-l"f"M"i"M"H"f -H4-4 fr n M I I4. ....THE PALACE.... HIRSCHItLO & riftklNS. Prop. 4- Imported and DomtMtc Unes Liquors and Cigars Phoenix - Ariion X -ff-T"H"H"H--J--H"f-H--:-f-H- .....THE HOFFMAN EVERYTHING fiRSI CLASS Michelob Beer on Draught IIIRSCHfCLD. PMKINS & C!BS0 Proprietors n TIVOLI GARDEN1 NOW CORMCOPU CLIO Incorporated Jon 18. IQOJ Is open to members end t!;e!r guet only. For membership see e'tlu-r of the directors. William Widm.-r. pru dent; Ed Ruppert, vice presi'it'i'.t. or Robert F. Doll. Alex RhcinsU :n. A. R. McCalmley, directors, or th- st -w irdat the clubhouse, three and otie-hlf iiult-s east, on Tempe road. J. II. W. JENSEN. Treasurer, Secretary and Stewsr.i. The Bank Exchange. We Serve ...Hot Lunches j Between 11:30 and 2 p. in. Good Home CooKInrt Everything All Eight Including I Prices itnjiaT..ai.aa Business Chances 100 Acres Aifaifa In a 200-acre ranch. The whole fenced with hog wire. Good five-room lathe 1 and plastered adobe. Fine wells. Water in Salt Canal Balance of 100 acres is grain land. This ranch Is for sale cheap or can be rented on a 3-year lease at bargain. TAYLOR. (H. SON Eeal Estate and Inrestmsnts No. 11 North First Ave. LOST. On Cave Creek road. rrar Mc Do.vsl! ioud, a black buggy cushi. n end heavy black halter with havy cotton rope attached. Finder will re ceive reward by returning to Cra mer's stable, FlYst and Adams s LOST One span bay mares. One marked half circle S the other cl.-cl? S , when last seen one had a btll on. the other hobbled, when last seen hobbles broke. Belonging to John Fitzgerald. Phoenix, Arizona. Suita ble reward. PROFESSIONAL DR. W. C. l;Ci:KE. diseases of the rectum. Broadway and Seventh St., Los Angfles, Cal. DR. NELSON. Specialist, cure all la dies' cc:.i: -int" : entirely new meth od?, r o i :: t:u:rerts u'd: Kuaninte. every case. Takes laai.-s before and during confinement, infants adopted: terms reasonable. 127 Height St.. San Francisco. I HOKX1X CYCLE & KI PA1R C.. N.v 22 West Adams St., siii-"lirs t i liet.tv Bi ycle c'o. linn and l.ith wuk tin t general r-'pairinir. Lii -ycli s Uiu'!it. -M and repaired. We waul om- .ix.n I hand laiics' wheels. I'lmcv- i.'J. S W. HAMILTON. Professional Inner, piano, pil e orsna and reed or-'an. c.ia 1 uute of the New Knsrland Coneralerv of music, Ilmtton. Mass. Orders mav left at Fountain's .Miisic Store, an I v. .11 letecive prompt attention. 1 o. JkZ. DOCTOR of Osteopathy. Vasnetopath. Jiyciropatti. .Doctor or l'sychol.KV. .Mas seur. Master of Electro " Thrrix title. Treatments very reasonable. Wo have studied and follow the celebrated Bat tle Creek sanitarium msssac" and lw dropathic methods. A talk and eood ad vice costs yon nothinsr. Rev. I r. Rer nard Hos. 135 W. Monroe, near M. E. church. MISS ANNETTE OLIVER (Graduate Cumnock School of Exp-essiAnfc Angeles. Cal., teacher of elocution and physical culture. Engagements muM for public and parlor readies. 4.v, Second Ave.. Phoenix, Arizona. Tel. phone 3311. D. L. CONNOR. Osteopath. T!-. or.!; graduate in the terrltjry u der the founder of the science. Dr. A. T. Still. American School of OMeopathv. Kirksville. Mo. Ofllce S Wjft Ad-tiu. Phoenix. Ariz. Oilice phone, liM. Km. phone, 20S3. OSTEOPATH Mrs. Anna E. Seits. I. O., room 4. Monih6n block, cor. Wash ington and North 1st Ave., graduate of Columbian School of Osteopathy. Kirksville, Mo. Examination ar.i consultation free. CLAIRVOYANT MADAM LA MOA?, the world renowned medium, can t consulted on affairs of life: she is re nowned for her reading on past and future events of life, anl piv.-s a?v!c on business of all nature. Call and ! convinced. 22 South Third avenue. ATTORN EYS-AT-LA W. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards. EDWARDS & MORTON. Lawyers. 19 S. Center St. Phoenix. Art. VETERINARY SURGEON. DR HOWARD RAMSAY. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Oraduate Unl iri. Veterinary Col!e:re. Office, corner Kirt avenue and Monroe street. Amnrvwa Corral, Phoenix, Arizona. Telephor. 3313. AMBROSE & RICHARDSON. IJverr an t Feed. Telephone 2!C1. 42$ West Wash ington street. Fhoenix. Arizona. NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. PASCOE. Notary FuMlc. Conej--aneing a specialty. Acknowledgments taken. 110 North Center street. FRANK SHIRLEY. Expert Chiropodist. Tel. Main ! Basement, Cor. Waah ar.l Center Su