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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNINC, OCTOBER 28, 190a
MILLIONS OF WOMEN Preserve, Purify, and Beautif j the Skin, Scalp, Hair, and Hands with Millions of Women use Ccttcttra Soap, assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for beautifying the skin, for cleansing tha scalp, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and soothing red, rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and irritations, and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Millions of women nse Cuticura Soap in ' baths for annoying irritations, iuHainina tious, and excoriations, or too free or offen sive prespiration, in washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for many sanative, anti septic purposes, which readily suggest themselves to women, especially mothers. Complete Treatment for numonrs, $1. Co nsi su ng o f C uticu r a so a v 1 1 5c . ) . to c 1 1 a ii i e Uie skin of crusts and waies, and soften Ihs : Wiickeiieacuiicu!, Li;ticuka Oistment(50g.), to inatuntlv allay Kching, lrilluminailon, sua Irritation, nnd ootneand heal, and (JL'TK'UBA itiotoLveNr Pills (23c.), to cool nj cjuums the blood. CtrricUHA Resolvent Pilm (ChoooUU Coatd ) are a new , taateieaft, fxlorieac, economical utxtllute lor ibe Celebrated liquid Cuticpb ICbsoltkht, as wel mm tur al other blood purl tiers and humour curea 80 dotea, 25c. Said thraorlioat th world British tpi T-M, ChmnwhDUM Sa. loudoa- fur-ru Usu.ajib CttSM, Cuai-.. ttola ftoiifc. Beam, V. 8. A. OLD FORD'S THEATER. Ford's theater, the scene of the assas sination of President Lincoln, aside from the interest it inspires because of that event, had quite a histcry, first as the site of the First Baptist church, for which it was purchased in 1833, and as Ford's, theater from December, 1861, until the date of the tragic event of April 14, 1S65. The Baptists first locat ed at the corner of Nineteenth and I streets and in 1833 built a house or Wor ship on Tenth street, on the theater site. The inistor was the Rev. Obadiah Brown, a cleric in the postoffioe depart ment, and the principal clerk for some years; and among his members .were Amos Kendall, who filled various re sponsible office, among- them that of postmaster general: Isaac Clarke, fath er of Dr. John W. Clarke of the district government; Dr. Joseph Borrow?, Lambert Tree and J. W. Reynolds. Dr. Brown filled the pastorate till 1S50 when Rev. S. P. Hill was called to the pulpit and served till the church was sold. He went with the congregation to the church on Thirteenth street, on the present site of the builders' ex change. In 1861 the Tenth stret build ing was purchased by Mr. John T. Ford and converted into a playhouse, the building being reconstructed and adapted for that purpose. Under the name of Ford's atheneum the building was opened In December, 1861, and while on the bills the designa tions theater and opera house wfcre used, the simple name of "Fords" was sufficient to locate the building. Dur ing the war such talent as Edwin For est, John McCullough, John Sleeper Clarke, Stuart Robson, Mr. and Mrs. C. -B. Bishop, Mr. and Miss Couldock, and Caroline and Peter Richlngs trod the boards. December 30, 1862. during the engagement of the Richings, the building was destroyed by fire totally, und the members of the company, lost all their stage property. In August following, the house hav ing been rebuilt and fitted up, the drama had another start here, the spectacular "Naiad Queen" occupying the stage. Miss Maggie Mitchell and other star performers drew the largest audiences. The tragedy of April 14, 1865, of course ended the career of the structura as a place of amusement. The military took possession and held it until after the trial of the associates of Booth. It was subsequently purchased by the govern ment, and the Army Medical museum was located there, as well as the record and pension division of the surgeon general's office. It is a coincidence that it was in the alley in the rear through which Booth escaped that his body was brought af ter being removed from the arsenal for delivery to the family, and that one of the specimens in the museum was a portion of Booth's spinal column, show ing the course of the ball which killed him. It was also here that the body of Guiteau. the man who killed Presi dent Garfield was dissected. June 19, 1893, another terrible event took place, in which "old Ford's thea ter" was a central figure. While the government clerks In the office were at work in the morning the floors gave way and a large portion of the build ing was wrecked, many of those in the structure falling and being covered by debris. There were twenty-two per sons killed and many were injured, a number of them for life. Washington Star. BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONS. Are spoiled by using any kind of prep aration that fills the pores of the skin. The best way to secure a clear com riy!nn. free from shallowness, pimples, blotches, etc.. is to keen the liver in good order. An occasional dose of Herbine will cle:nse the bowels, regu late the liver and so etablish a clear, henlthv complexion. 50c at Elvey & Hulett's, druggists. THE BREAKFAST FOOD FAMILY. John Spratt will eat no fat, ,Nor will he touch the lean, lie scorns to eat of any meat: He Uvea upon foodino. ' But Mrs Spratt will none of that; Foodlne she cannot eat; Her special wish is for a dish Of Expurated Wheat. To William Spratt that food is flat On 'which his mater dotes. His favorite feed his special need Is Esta Henpa Oats. But sister Llll can't see how Will Can touch such tasteless food. As breakfast fare it can't compare She says, with Shredded Wood. Now, none of these Leander please; He feeds upon Bath Mitts. While Sister Jane ihproves her brain With Cero-Grapo-Grits. Lycurgus votes for Father's Oats; Proirsrlne anneals tn Wav The junior John subsists upon uneeaa Maya Hay. Corrected Wheat for little Pet"; Flaked Pine for Dot: while "Bub," The Infant Spratt. is waxing fat On Battle Creek Near-Grub. Chicago Tribune. SFEED OF CONSCIOUSNESS. One of the latest departures of the experimental psychologists consists in plodding peopgj with a pointed stick wnen tney are uFleep to find out how much excitation is required before they begin to move, and how much it takes to wake them up. says Nature. This method is embodied in a paper on "Ex perimental Investigations on the Depth of Sleep," by Drs. Sanfe de Sanctis and U. Neyroz of Rome, a translation of which is given in the Psychological Re view for May. The Instrument em ployed is called a Griessbach etheslo me(er (made by Brandli. or Bale), and may bo used either with a sharn or blur.t point. It measures the stimulus nttcessary to induce subconscious reac tion and that applied at the waking point. Four normal subjects, all rela tives of the writer of the paper, were experimented upon for about six con secutive months, and afterwards five subjects, mostly epileptic, were operat ed on, and from the results obtained curves were drawn showing: the rela tive depth of sleep, as measured by the stimuli required, after the subject had been allowed to sleep for various lengths of time. The curves are all of algjsag form and the experiments may perhaps suggest a practical application In the case on subjects who find it hard to wake in the morning, and who may overcome the difficulty by timing their sleep so that the waking point Is at a minimum when they wish to rise. RAN TEN PEN NT NAIL THROUGH HIS HAND. While opening a box, J. C. Mount of Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part of his hand. "I thought at once of all the pain and soreness this would cause me," he says, "and immediately ap plied Chamherlain's Pain Balm and oc casionally afterwards. To my surprise It removed all pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed." For sale by Elvey & Hulett. druggists. When a farmer is given a pair of slippers, he puts them away to wear when he is past 80, and too old to work on the farm. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Jacob Heinsohn .deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, 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 COM PANT, Executor of Jacob Heinsohn. Deceased. Dated Phoenix, Ariz., this 18th day of October, 1C02. J ....THE PALACE.... HIRSCKf ELD & PIRKINS, Props. T Im sorted and Domestic Wines 4, 4 Liquors and Cigar . Phoenix - Arizona - E2C THE HOFFMAN EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS Michlob Beer on Draught I1IRSCI1FELD. PERKINS & GIBSON Proprietors fi'UfllWlMj TIVOLI GARDEN NOW CORNUCOPIA CLUB Incorporated Jvn 18, 1902 Is open to members and their guestf only. For membership see either of the directors, William Widmer. presi dent; Ed Ruppert, vice president. 01 Robert F. Doll, Alex Rhelnstein, A. R McCalmley, directors, or the steward at the clubhouse, three and one-half milef east, on Tempe road. , J, H. W. JENSEN, Treasurer. Secretary and Steward. The Bank Exchange, We Serve ...Hot Lunches Between 11:30 and 2 p. m. Good Home CooKinfjf Everything All Right Including . Prices STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Railway Compimy will be held at the office of the company, in the city of Prescott, 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 2rth, 1902. Dated at Prescott, Arizona, this 16th day of October, 1902. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY. President. WALLACE FAIRBANK. Secretary. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE SAN FELIPE MINING 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 Ter ritory of Arizona, and to that end make the following statement: First: The names of the corporators are: Daniel McConvllle, Nathaniel Z. Seitz, John J. Mann, and the name of the corporation shall be San Felipe Mining Company. The principal place in which the business of saM corpora tion within the Territory of Arizona is to be transacted is Phoenix, Maricopa County, and the principal place of busi ness of said corporation outside the Territory cf Arizona shall be the the City of New York in the State of New York, at which meetings of the Board of Directors may be held, and the cor poration may have such branch offices either within or without the Territory of Arizona as may be established by the Board of Directors. Second: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation is ns follows, to-wit: To purchase, lease, bond, locate or otherwise- acquire, own, exchange, se!l or otherwise dispose of. pledge, mort gage, hypothecate and deal in real estate and any and all kinds of per sonal property, mines, mining claims, oil lands, mineral lands, oil, gas, as phaltum, petroleum, water and water rights and machinery, and to work, mine, explore, operate and develop the same; to do a general real estate, man ufacturing and mercantile business; to own, handle and control letters patent and inventions nnd shares of capital stock of other corporations; to borrow money and execute notes, bonds, mort gages or deeds of trust to secure the same, and to exercise in respect of all such bonds, mcrtgages, notes, shares of capital stock and other securities and obligations any and all rights, powers and privileges of Individual owners thereof. Including the right to vote upon any shares of stock held by it to the same extent that a natural person might or could do; and In gen eral to do all things necessary to the proper conduct of the business of this corporation in the territory and elsewhere, not Inconsistent with the laws of the United States and the Territory of Arizona. Third: The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be one million dollars ($1,000,020) divid ed into one million shares of the par value of one dollar ($1.00) each. At such time as the Board cf Directors may by resolution direct, said capital stock shall be paid Into this corpora tion either in cash or by th 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 the capital stock of said cor poration may be Issued, and the capital st6ck 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 tin 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 Sec retary of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. Fifth: The affairs of this corpora tion shall be conducted by a Board of seven directors, and the following named shall constitute the Board of Directors until their successors are elected: Daniel McConville, Nathaniel Z. Seitz and .John- J. Mann. Thereafter the Board of Directors shall be elected from among the stock holders as the by-laws of the corpora tion may provide. Sixth: The highest amount of in debtedness or liability, direct or con tingent, to which this corporation is at any time subject shall be six hun dred theusand dollars ($600,000). Seventh. The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. In Witness Whereof. We have here unto set our hands and .eals this nine teenth day of September. 1902 DANIEL McCONVILLE. (Seal) NATHANIEL Z. SEITZ (Seal) JOHN J. MANN. (Seal) State of Pennsylvania, County of Philadelphia, ss. On this nineteenth day of September, in the year 1902, before me, Arthur Boswell, a Notary Public in and for the State and County aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Daniel McCon vllle, Nathaniel Z. Seitz and John .T. Mann, known to me to be the persons described in, whose names are sub scribed to and who executed the 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 State nnd County, the day and year last above written. (Seal.) ARTHUR BOSWELL. Notary Public. My commission expires Jan. 18, 1903. Territory of Arizona, County cf Maricopa, ss. I. B. F. McFall, County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original Articles of Incorporation of the San Felipe Mining Company, filed and recorded in my office on the 30th day of September. 1902, in Book No. 12 of Incorporations, at page , and that the same is a full, true and correct copy of sucli original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office this 30th day of September, 1902. (Seal) . By F. McFALL, County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed and recorded in the office of ihe Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 30th day of September, A. D. 1902, at 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona. . First publication October 24. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE CENTRAL MINING COMPANY. Know All Men By These Presents, That we. whose hands are hereunto af fixed, do hereby associate ourselves to gether for the purpose cf forming a corporation under the laws of the Ter ritory of Arizona, and to that end make the following statement: First: The names of the corporator's nre: Daniel McConville, Nathaniel Z. Seitz and John J. Mann, and the name of the tjorporation shall be Central Mining Company. The principal place in which the business of said corpora tion within the Territory of Arizona is to be transacted Is Phoenix. Maricopa County. Arizona, and the principal place of business of said corporation cutslde the Territory of Arizona shall be the City of New York in the State of New York at which meetings of the Board of Directors may be held and the corporation may have such branch of fices either within or without the Ter ritory of Arizona as may be estab lished by the Board of Directors. Second: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation is as follows", to-wit: To purchase, lease, bond, locate, de nounce or othcn-wlBe acquire, own. ex change, sell or otherwise dispose of. pledge, mortgage, hypothecate ancLdeal in mines, mining claims, mineral hinds nnd minerals of all classes and kinds, to work mines, to explore, operate and develop' same, to treat, refine and sell products of mines and minerals, to own, handle and control letters patent of mining inventions or devices or shares of capital stock of mining cor porations, to borrow money and exe cute notes, bonds, mortgages or deeds of trust necessary to the mining busi ness in every form and way, to pur chase, lease or otherwise secure any and all real estate necessary for th? proper conduct of such mining and mineral business in every branch and to do all things necessary to the proper conduct of the business cf this cor poration In this Territory and else where not Inconsistent with the laws of the United States and the Territory of Arizona. Third: The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be twenty-five thousand dollars ($25. 000) divided into two hundred and fifty shares of the par value of one hundred dollars ($100) each. At such time as the Board of Directors may by resolu tion direct, said capital stock shall be paid into this corporation either in cash or by the sale and transfer to i of real or personal property for the uses and purposes of said corporation, in payment for which shares of the capital stock of said corporation may be Issued, and the capital stock so, issued shall thereupon and thereby be come and be fully paid up and non assessable, and in the absence of ac tual fraud in the transaction the Judg ment o the Directors as to the value of the property purchased shall be con clusive Fourth: The time of the commence ment of this corporation shall be the date cf the filing of these Articles of Incorporation in the office of the Sec retary of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. Fifth: The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a Board of seven Directors and the following named shall constitute the Board cf Directors until their successors are elected. Daniel McConville, Nathaniel Z. Seitz and John J. Mapn. Thereafter the Board of Directors shall be elected from among the stock holders as the by-laws of the corpora tion may provide. Sixth: The highest amount of in debtedness cr liability, direct or con tingent, to which this corporation is at any time subject shall be sixteen thou sand dollars ($16,000). Seventh: The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. In Witness Whereof, We have here unto set our hands and seals this twen tieth day of September. 1902. DANIEL McCONVILLE. (Sean NATHANIEL Z. SEITZ. (Seal) JOHN J. MANN. (Seal) State of Pennsylvania, County of Philadelphia, ss. On this twentieth day of September in the year 1902, before me, George W. Clement, a Notary Public in and for the State, and County aforesaid, re siding therein, duly commissioned nnA sworn, personally appeared Daniel Mc Conville, Nathaniel Z. Seitz and John J. Mann, known to me to be the persons described in. whose names are sub scribed to, and who executed the an nexed instrument, and they acknowl edged to me that they executed the same for the purpose and considera tions therein expressed. In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my effice in the State and County, the day and year last fibove written. (Seal) GEORGE W. CLEMENT. Notary Ptiblio. My commission expires Jan'y 1, 1905. Territory of Arizona, County of Maricopa, ss. T. B. F. McFall. County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with tha original Articles of Incorporation of Central Mining Company, filed and re corded in my office on the 30th day of September, 1902. In Book No. 12 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 30th day of September, 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 Ari zona this 30th day of September, A. D.. 1902, at, 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication October 24. I POPULAR WANTS All advertisements running for less time ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT Two clean, well-furnished rooms. Corner 5th and Madison Sts., 446 East Madison. Miss George. FURNISHED ROOMS, en suite or sin gle; good board at Turner's,- 527 N. First avenue. Telephone 1165. THE RUMNEY, on Grand Ave., will be opened Monday, the 2l)th. Parties desiring first-class rooms and board, with beautiful grounds, etc., can find accommodations here. llA miles from P. O. Telephone 3321. FOR RENT Pleasant furnished cot tage; pure and clean'; no invalids. Apply 528 East Washington street. FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnish ed houses, close in. Apply to E. K. Frowell, 230 South First avenue. THE ARCADE, 32 South Center St., opposite Commercial Hotel Elegant ly furnished rooms with use of bath; everything new, modern and strictly first-class; no invalids taken. FOR RENT Three rooms, furnished, water inside; $12.50 per month. 31 E. Lincoln between Center and First St. FURNISHED ROOMS, with bath. Everything first class; no invalids. No. 431 W. Washington St. FOR RENT. A nice front room, fur nished. Close in. Call after 4 p. m. at 119 North Second St. BOARD. Those desiring dry, desert air, plenty of cream and eggs, home cooking, free use of horse and buggy, will do well to write Ix.'e's Ranch, box 13S6. Fie-? ride to investigate ROOMS with beard at Grant's, first house east of Indian school. P. O. box 1363. HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS to rent with private board. Mrs. Kngle man. 403 E. Monroe St. TWO neartly furnished rooms for rent; $1 per week each. Inquire William Limbrook, 1:14 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. 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, ZV2 miles northeast, or address box 463. THE VALLEY Lodging House: newly furnished rooms, $2.50, $3. $3.50 per week; 80 feet south of court house. E. Gonzales, proprietor. BOAlurXNb1IbOM$35 a month. 718 South Center street. THE DORRIS Furnished rooms: use of bath. no invalids. 32 South Second avenue. FOR RENT FOR RENT A furnished house; also newly furnished rooms. 506 North Fourth avenue. FOR RENT Temperance saloon. East Washington street. Phoenix near th- park, in a pious neighborhood, suit able for prayer meeting; none but those of good moral standing need apply. II. J. Edson, Tempe. NEW four-rcom brick cottage with bath. 52 North 7th Street. NEWLY furnished cottages and house keeping rooms. No invalids. 139 N. Third St. BEST family hotel in Phoenix for rent and furniture for sale. Owner fully occupied by other business. Inquire of N, A Morford, Nicholson building. Center street. FOR RENT. At once, a 20-acre ranch, close in. Hammond, Auctioneer. HOUSE to rent 554 North Fot rth 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 Position as private teacher or governess; willing to go to country. Address Teacher, Republican office. WANTED Position by young man of good habits; cither office or outdoor employment; not afraid of work. Address II. J. S., Republican office. POSITION WA N T E J Drug clerk: first-class; registered Ohio and New Mexico; good health and references -Box 155, city. SITUATION WANTED by young lady as housekeeper in private family. Best wages required. Address Miss May Baker, Las Vegas, New Mexico. WANTED Position by young lady stenographer with several years'- ex perience; best of reference?. Address A. C. M., 718 South Center St. HELP WANTED WANTED Traveling salesmen cover ing Arizona and Nevada thoroughly to sell,' as a side line, advertised cor set specialties; good sellers and lib eral commission; five samples; refer ences required. Sahlin Corset Co., f.Ar TTHr.n St.. Chicago. Ill . x iialj a. goou Doy, one used to working around house. Apply at Rumney's on Grand avenue. WANTED Men for Nevada and Utah, teamsters, laborers, roekmen. Ship via C. P. route. J. R. Paine, 45 So. Center St., Phoenix. BOY wanted to work in printing office Apply at Republican office. WANTED immediately Girl for house work. Address box 1293, Phoenix. WANTED Young man as bookkeeper i must have experience. Address Book- keeper, care of Republican. WANTED A good active boy to care for horses and work around house Apply 1289 East Van Buren street. than one month must be paid lo advtnc. WANTED Assistant housekeeper; lady and child, can secure a pleasant and steady country nome wiiii small wages Address box 2, Buckeye, Ariz. WANTED AT ONCE A man or boy to wash dishes at small boarding house out of town. Apply at this, office. WANTED. A girl for general house work. Apply 421 N. First Ave. WANTED. Man to milk cows and help on ranch. L. F. Bruce, Tempe. WANTED. A girl for general huuse- work; good wages; r.u washing. 4S2 N. First Ave. BIDS WANTED ON HAULING. Sealed bids will be received by the Golden Link Mining company, up to 10 a. m., November 1, 1902, 'for the hauling of about four hundred thou sand (4m),000) pounds of machinery, lumber, etc., from Hillside station on the S. F., P. and P. to Sultan Mine . on Santa Maria river, distance IS miles. Address bids to Golden Link Mining company, box 182, Prescott, Ariz. 'The company reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Golden Link Mining company. . WANTED Partner with $100 to travel; will guarantee $50 per week and ex jenses; no opposition; mean business; stand rigid investigation. Clias., car-i of Republican office. WANTED Use of surrey, safe horse; two clays in week. Box 41. Phoenix. WANTED TO RENT. 160 acres of good feed for three months, lease to commence December 1st, this year. Volunteer barley or oats preferred. Address W. K. Manll. Pantano, Ariz. PRIVATE HOME FOR INVALIDS Board, room and nursing if desired; best cf care. 731 E. Jefferson St., cor. Eighth St. Telephone 268G. CLOTHING or Olic&ciea for too 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 nlease call MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells pact, present and future: Ladles, 25c; ntlrao, CO cents. 231 Buchanaa stret, orn.r of Talrd 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. FOR SALE TRADE lots 4 to 8 inclusive, block -, I Mt. Plensant Tract, for Denver clear, ! good equity, or diamonds. C. B. Wells. I Tramway Co., Denver, Colo. 200 ANGORA GOATS to sell or trade for town property, inquire at Rives' drug store. AUCTION Tuesday. 28th, 1:30 p. m.. 33 South First avenue Rev. Weems, also Mrs. Butts, will sell household effects, consisting of iron beds, spring mattresses, dressers, commodes, ta bles, stands, chairs, rockers, stoves, dishes, cooking utensils, etc. Hammond, Auctioneer. FOR SALE The Model Grocery. This is one of the best business chances in Phoenix; a nice clean stock; first class location; long lease; best paying class of trade and business is on a paying basis: must be sold soon to settle trusteeship. Call or on address C. F. Leonard, trustee. Phoenix. Ariz. FOR SALE 160 acres unimproved land under Salt River Valley canal, and 10 acres improved land under Grand canal; price for all $3,000. Address Land, Republican office. FOR SALE Bartlett pears, delivered! in 25 ibs. lots or more, at 2 cents: al monds in 10 ibs. lots. 12Vi cents. Apply 11. Thompson, box 322. FOR SALE 25 cows cheap if taken at once. Inquire at Five Points cheese factory. Violet plants for sale. Mrs. J. A. Dines, Tempe. "FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT" signs for sale at the Republican office. FOR SALE. A number of thorough bred Poland China sows and two boars about four months old. This offer Is made for a limited time only. Dr. W. H. Ward, at insane asylum. SHEEP SHEEP Four hundred good, large ewes for sale in lots to suit. Call on Ben Yaeger, Hotel Adams, or Yaeger Ranch, south of Tempe. iTiDGlNlTlftTuSE FOR SA LE21 rooms. Brussels carpet throughout, centrally located, desirable in every resoect: long lease, low rent. Apply to J. A Kurtz. 311 Fleming block. FOR SALE. Seed barley in quantities to suit. New clean alfalfa seed. Land with water right to sell or rent. Lin coln Fowler, 34 So. Center St. FOR SALE CHEAP. One show case, two counters, scales, paper cutter, etc. S. C. Butler. 516 So. Third Ave. FOR SALE. Home grown carnation plants, now ready for planting. Also rofes. Dave Turner, N. Center St. FOR SALE. 110 young white Leghorn hens, 3 tons -stacked wheat; 1 mile east of asylum. E. L. Sutton. FOR SALE. 5 acres, improved, large new barn, large two-story house, fine well, plenty of water for irrigating. AlmoFt 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. 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. LOST AMD FOITMP FOUND. A money ort??r. piynblo to FianciFca VnlT.z'.ieli. Owner may hp ve sfime by proving ownership and paying charges at this office. Business Chances HO! FOR OREGON! 76 acres fine land f.n- trade for ran h property under good car.al. WILLAMETTE VALLLV Is noted for hops ami prunes, and this land is "all under cultivation. Apply at once to TAYLOR a SON Seal Estate and Investm nta No. 11 North First Ave, FOUND. A light lap robe, this office. Cull LOST A Parke-Davis luedicir.e cat William Duffield. PROFESSIONAL PHOENIX CYCLE & REPAIR CO.. N... Ti West Adams St., successors tj i;-iue Bicycle Co. (Jen and lath- w.-irk an-l general rf-pairini;-. liieycles l-ouuht. si.. Id and repaired. We want sorii. h.-oon 1 hand ladies' wheels. Phnue C. LEAVE ORDERS at IVn L ''.:.rs f.i L.WiKgins. maiiiciu-iii". facial mass-it-.-, slianijHKihitr and st-alp treHlm-iit. S. W. HAMILTON, Professional Tun r. piano, pipe orgna and reed or.m. Oia-t-uate of the New Enirland Conservatory of musif, Boston, Mass. Ord.-rs may 1- left at Fountain's Music Sur an-l will receive prompt attention. 1'. O. I'lL CLAIRVOYANT MADAM LA M 'SS. the world renowned na-ilii.m. a'i U consulted on affairs of lift-; si..- is re nowned for h-r reading on past ar.d future events of life, and pive :s'i,.-e on business of p. II natures. Call mi l I--convinced, 22 Soutli Thirl Ave. D. L. CONNOR, Osteopath. The only graduate in the territory un der the founder of the science. X)r. A. T. Still. American School of Osteopathy. Ktiksville, Mo. Office S West Ad.nus. Phoenix. Ariz. Ofiice phone, 14'.4. Res. phone, 20S3. REV. DR. BERNARD P S, Osteopath. Uydropath. Masseur. Doctor of Psycho logy, Master Electrician, famous Hal tie Creek Sanitarium methods in cuiinir stomach troubles and rheumatism. ulso keep a complete stock of their wonderful health l'oo!s. Treatments very rcusomtlile. W. Monroe, near M. E. Church. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards. EDWARDS & MORTON. Lawyers. 19 S. Center St. Phoentx. Ariz. VETERINARY SURGEON. DR HOWARD RAMSAY. Veterlnarv Surgeon and Dentist. Oraduate Ontarh Veterinary College. Otlice. corner First avenue and Munroe street, Amt-rutso Corral, Phoenix, Arizona. Telephone 3313. AMBROSE & RICHARDSON. Livery and Feed. Telephone ilCl. 42s West Wash ington street. Phoenix, Arizona. NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. PASCOE. Notary Public. Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledgments taken. 110 North Center street. FRANK SHIRLEY, Expert Chiropodist. Tel. Main 28. Basement, Cor. Wash, and Center St. OSTEOPATH Mrs. Anna E. Seitz 1. O., room 4, Manihon Mot k, ccr. Wash ington and North 1st Ave., graduate it Columbian Sr-hool of Osteopathy. Ktiks ville, Mo. Examination and consulta tion free. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of David J. Joies. deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, executrix of the last will and testrniLnt of David J. Jones, deceased, to the creditors of ar.d all persons hav ing claims agai-Ft 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 cour.ty. Arizona, the name 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. Dated Phoenix, Aiizona, this 16th day of Oc tober, 1902. In the District Court of the Third Ju dicial District, Territory of Aiizona. In and for Maricopa Cour.ty. Phoenix National Bank, a cort-ora- ticn, plaintiff, vs. W. H. Beardsley and H. L. Mercy, defendants. Action brought in the district court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Mari copa county, and the complaint filed In said Maricopa county, in the e:hVe of the clerk of said district court. "Alias." In the name of the Territory of Ari zona, to W. H. Beardsley ar.d H. L, Morcy, defendants, greeting: You are hqjeby summoned and require 1 to a; -pear in an action brought ag.iinst yc-.i by the above named plaintiff, in to district court of the Third Judit i ll Dis trict of the Territory of Arizona, i-i and for the county of Morii-opa. an-l answer the complaint therein filed with the clerk cf this said court, at Phoe nix, in said county, within twenty days after the service ujnn you of this s;:?n nuins, if servedin this sai 1 county, or in all other cases within thirty d.iys thereafter, the times aliove mention. -.1 being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be taker, against you. Given under my hand and seal of t'i- district court of the Third Juditial Dis trict of the territory of Arizona, in and for MViricopa county, this ISth day vf October, A. D.. 1902. (Seal.) ELI AS F. DUN LEVY. Clerk of Said District Court. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of David J. Jones, dec-eased. Notice is hereby given by 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 necess.try vouchers, within ten months after th-? first publication of this notice, to tho said executrix, Margaret J. Jones, at No. 213 Fleming block. Phoenix. Mari copa county. Arizona, the same 1m ing the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said cour.ty of Maricopa. MARGARET J. JONES. Executrix o the Last Will ar.d Testa ment of David J. Jon-s. Deceased. Dated Phoenix. Ariscr.a. this l5tli iay of October. 1SG2. Many a woman has ben spoiled bv flattery. Someone once tal-l loot's wit'.; that sh? was th? salt of the earth, and It turned her head.