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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE MEXICAN AERIAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, the under signed, have this day voluntarily asso ciated ourselves together for the pur pose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, United States of America, and do here by certify as follows: ARTICLE I. The name of said corporation shall be the MEXICAN AERIAL NAVIGA TION COMPANY, and its principal place of transacting business shall be at Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, with a branch office at the City of Mexico, Republic of Mexico, and at such other places as may be deter mined by the Board of Directors. The names of of the incorporators of said corporation are: Charles Stanley, S. I. Jacobs, C. E. Clark and John Stelner. ARTICLE II. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this cor poration is as follows, viz: To manu facture, build, construct, operate for all purposes whatever, lease, hire, sell and transfer air ships wherever the same may be lawfully done by said corpora tion; to buy, sell, own, handle and control letters patent and inventions; to buy, sell, lease, let, own, hold, im prove, mortgage, possess and dispose of real estate; to borrow money, and, in general, to do all things necessary or convenient to the proper conduct of the business of such corporation. ARTICLE III. Among the powers of this corpora tion shall be: To have perpetual suc cession; to sue and be sued by its cor porate name; to have a common seal; to prescribe the mode of making trans fers of stock or Interests of Its stock holders; to make contracts; to acquire and transfer property of every kind and description, both real and per sonal; and to possess the same pow ers in such respects as private indi viduals now enjoy; and to establish by-laws and make rules and regula tions deemed expedient for the man agement of its affairs. ARTICLE IV. The amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000.00), divided Into Five Hundred Thousand (500,000) shares, of the par value of One Dollar ($1.00) each, fully paid up and forever non-assessable. ARTICLE V. The time of the commencement cf this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these Articles of Incorpo ration in the office of the Secretary of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. ARTICLE VI. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a Board of seven (7) Directors, who shall be elected annu ally by the stockholders of the corpora tion; but the members of said Board of Directors for the first year shall be chosen by said incorporators or their duly appointed proxies at a meeting to be held at said City of Mexico after the completion of this incorporation, and such members so chosen shall con tinue to act until their successors shall be duly elected at the first annual meeting of stockholders, to be held on the first Monday of December, 1903. The annual meeting of the stockholders for the election of Directors, and other lawful purposes, shall be held on the first Monday of December, beginning in the year 1WZ, and of each year there after. The term of office of Directors shall be one year and until their suc cessors are duly elected. Any Director or officer of the corporation may resign his dffice by filing with the Secretary of the company a notice of such resigna tion. Ail vacancies irT the office of Di rector shall be filled by appointment made by vote of a majority of the re maining Directors, and such appointee shall hold said office until the next election of Directors and until his suc cessor shall be elected. The Board of Directors may adopt by-laws for this corporation. ARTICLE VII. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability, direct or contingent, to which this corporation shall subject itself at any time, is Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000.00). ARTICLE VIII. The private property of the stock holders of this- corporation shall be exempt from all corporate debts or liability therefor. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereunto set our hands and seals this 10th day of November, A. D.. 1902. CHARLES STANLEY (Seal) S. I. JACOBS (Seal) C. E. CLARK (Seal) JOHN STEINER (Seal) State of California, City and County of San Francisco, ss. On this 10th day of November, A. D. 1902, before me, R. B. Treat, a Notary Tublic in and for said City and County of San Francisco, State of California, residing Iherein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Charles Stanley, S. I. Jacobs, C. E. Clark and John Steiner, known to me to be the persons described in, whose names are subscribed to, and who executed the annexed instrument, and they ac knowledged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and consid erations therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at my office in said City and County and State, the day and year last above written. R. B. TREAT. Notary Public. My commission expires January 3d, 1904. Territory of Arizona. County of Maricopa, ss. I. H. 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 MEXICAN AERIAL NAVIGA TION COMPANY, filed and recorded in my offioa on the 11! th day of November, 1002. in Book No. 12 of Incorporations, at Page , and that the same is a full, true and correct copy of such orig inal and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office, this 12th day of November, 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 12th day . of November, A. D. 1902, at 3 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication November 14. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS. That we, the under signed, have this day voluntarily asso ciated ourselves together for the put pose of forming and becoming a corpo ration under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and in that behalf and to that end we do hereby adopt and duly execute the following Articles of In corporation, and do thereby and herein declare and certify as follows, to-wit: First. That the name of said corpo ration shall be and is the SECTION SEVEN OIL COMPANY, and that its principal place of transacting business shall be and is in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Territory of Arizona, with branch offices at the Borough of Bloomfield, In the County of Perry, in the State of Pennsylvania, and at the City of San Francisco, in the County of San Francisco, State of California, and at such other places as the. Board of Directors may designate. That the corportion proposes to transact and carry on business of the kind and na ture hereinafter provided in any and all States and Territories and coun tries whatsoever. The names of its in corporators are: James W. Shull, H. E. Sheibley, N. J. Briner, E. H. Bryner and John Fleisher. Second. That the purposes for which it is formed are as follows: 1. To purchase, acquire, lease, own, hold, rent, sell, deal and operate in oil lands and oil wells, to develop, manage and control oil wells and oil lands; to conduct, operate, buy and sell, rent, lease and deal in pipe lines; to engage in the business of exporting, importing, and transporting oil and petroleum and all products thereof; by any and all known means or methods to manufac ture, refine, buy, sell and otherwise deal in oil, petroleum and all the prod ucts thereof; to erect such structures and buildings as may be necessary in the conduct of said business. 2. To buy and otherwise acquire, to hold and own, manage, operate and de velop lands, mining claims, mineral rights, oil wells and other real estate, and Interests and rights in any of said properties. 3. To engage in and carry on the business of boring and exploring for, producing, refining, distilling, treating, manufacturing, piping, carrying, hand ling, storing, dealing in, buying and selling, oils, petroleum, natural gas, asphaltum, bitumen, bitumenous rock, gypsum, and other minerals and hy drocarbon substances; and for such purposes to buy and otherwise acquire, hold, own, manage and operate refin eries, pipe lines, tanks, manufactures, machinery, wharves, tank cars, steam ahd sailing vessels for water trans portation, and other works, property and appliances, that may be incident or auxiliary to said business, or that may be deemed necessary or conven ient by the Board of Directors. 4. Also to take and acquire by pur chase, exchange or other lawful mode, and to hold, own, sell and otherwise dispose of the capital stock and bonds of other corporations. 5. Also to establish and carry on agencies, " 'offices, storage tanks, and houses, and to sell articles and prod ucts manufactured by itself, or other persons corporations in California and other States and Territories of the United States of America and in for eign countries. 6. To acquire by purchase, lease, or otherwise, lands, mines, or mining claims, water rights, wells, and con duits for water supply, rights' of way for the construction of conduits for conveying oil or water, as also to sell or lease the same. 7. To engage in and carry on the business of mining or boring for oil metals, minerals, coal, gypsum, or any valuable product, and to refine, man ufacture, reduce or render the same salable and marketable or profitable, or to sell the same. 8. To own and operate its own line of railroad from its properties to the nearest connecting rail point, for the purpose of transporting freight and the product of said company to and from its property; also to construct, own, maintain and operate its own telegraph and telephone lines, and such other means of rapid communication as may now or hereafter be in existence for the purpose of facilitating or aiding in the convenient transaction of the com pany's business; also to construct, own, maintain and operate its own gas or electric plant for its own or any other purpose whatsoever; also to do and perform all things necessary to trans act the 'affairs and business of the cor poration, within and without the Ter ritory of Arizona, and requisite and proper for the purpose of carrying out all or any of the objects herein speci fied, and any or all of said business can be transacted to the same extent, purpose and effect as the same or any part thereof could be done by natural person. Third. The amount of the capital stock shall be the sum of Three Hun dred Thousand dollars ($300,000), divid ed into Three Hundred Thousand (300, 000) shares of the par value of One Dollar ($1.00) each, which capital stock when issued must be fully paid up and non-assessable; provided however, that the Board of Directors may issue stock in payment of land purchased or leased, or in payment of other valid obligations, and may sell fully paid up stock for more'or less than One Dol lar ($1) per shnre. The Board of Di rectors may sell stock to provide funds to pay expenses for incorporating and other preliminary expenses. Fourth. That the term for which said corporation is to exist is TWENTY-FIVE (25) YEARS from and after the date of its incorporation. Fifth. The highest amount of in debtedness or liability to which 1h corporation shall at any time subject itself shall be the Hum of Fifty Thou sand Dollars ($r.0,0CO). Sixth. The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shnll be exempt from ail corporation debts" and liabilities of every kind, and the stockholders of this corporation are hereby exempted from any liability for the debts or liabilities of this corpora tion. Seventh. The business and affairs of this corporation shall be conducted and managed by a Board of Directors of not less than five (5) members nor more than seven members (7), and in said Board shall be vested the corpo rate powers of the corporation. The Board of Directors shall be elec ted by the stockholders at their annual meet ings and shall hold office and serve for one year from and after the date of said election and until ths election cf their successors. Eighth. The Beard of Directors shall have the power to pass by-laws, and make amendments thereto, and the said corporation shall have power to increase or diminish its capital stock by a two-thirds vote of the stock holders represented at any regular stockholders' meeting or any special meeting of stockholders called for that purpose, and by filing the certificate thereof, and by publishing the same in the manner as is provided by law for the recording and publishing of these articles of incorporation. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereunto set our hands and seals this 29th day of Oct., A. D. 1902, Signed JAMES W. SHULL (Seal) H. E. SHEIBLEY' (Seal) N. J. BRINER (Seal) E. H. BRYNER (Seal) JOHN FLEISHER (Seal) Signed and sealed in the presence of I. L. BRYNER J. S. CAMERON State of Pennsylvania, County of Perry, ss. Before me, the subscriber, a Notary Public in and for the said County and State, personally appeared Jas. W. Shull, H. E. Sheibley, N. J. Briner. E. H. Bryner and John Fleisher, who in due form of law acknowledged the foregoing articles of association to be their act and deed and desired the some be recorded as such according to law. Witness my hand and notarial seal this 29th day of October. A. D. 1902. (Seal) JOHN C. MOTTER. Notary Public. My commission expires Jan. 19, 1902. 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 foregoing copy with the original Articles of Incorporation of SECTION SEVEN OIL COMPANY, filed and recorded in my office on the Gth day of November, 1S02, in Book No. 12 of Incorporations, at Page , and that the same is a full, true and cor rect copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office, this Gth day of November, 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 Cth day of November, A. D. 1902, at 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication November 11. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE STERLING ROYALTY CO. Know all me by these presents: That we, the undersigned, have this day vol untarily associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corpora tion under the laws of the territory of Arizona, United States of America, and we do hereby certify: ARTICLE I. That the names of the incorporators of said corporation are C. T. Linley, M. T. Bender, B. B. Hulbert and H. A. Loevy, all of St. Louis, Missouri. ARTICLE II. That the name of said corporation and by which it shall be known in the law is Sterling Royalty Company. That the principal place for the transaction of its business in the terri tory of Arizona shall be at the town of Phoenix, Maricopa county, territory of 'Arizona. The general offices shall be at the city of St. Louis. Missouri, with branch offices at suchother places as the board of directors may from time to time direct. Said company may also carry on and transact busi ness of the kind and nature therein after provided, in all other states and territories of the United States of America, and also all states and terri tories of the Republic of Mexico, and all other countries whatsoever. ARTICLE III. The business proposed to be carried on and transacted by the said corpora tion is as follows: In general to en gage in and carry on the business of mining, refining, smelting and manu facturing any and all kinds of ores, minerals and metals; to purchase, lease or acquire by license, concession, grant or otherwise, any lands, mines, minerals, rights, building, easements, rights and privileges, machinery plant and other effects whatsoever, which the company may think proper, from time to time, to be acquired for any of Its purposes; to prospect and search for ores and minerals, to mine and grant licenses for mining, in and over any lands which may be acquired by the company, and to develop ore bodies of any and all kinds; and to sell and otherwise dispose of the lands, mines or other property of the company; to buy, rent, lease and sell any and all kinds of lands and mines and Interests, rights, titles and licenses connected therewith;- to buy, sell, manufacture and deal In minerals, plant machinery, implements, tools, conveniences, pro visions, and things necessary and capa ble of being used In connection with mining operations or required by work men and others employed by the com pany; to. construct, carry out. Improve, manage, operate, work, control and su perintend any roads, ways, bridges, reservoirs, water courses, acqueducts, wharves. furnaces, mills, crushing works, hydraulic works, electric works, factories, warehouses and other works and conveniences which are or seem di rectly or indirectly conducive to any of the objects of the company, and to con tribute to, subsidize or otherwise aid, or partake n any such operations: and generally to do any and all acts and things, and transact any and all other business incidental to the purpose aforesaid, and not contrary to the laws of the territory of Arizona or ths United States of America, or other country or countries in which said company may operate or do business. ARTICLE IV. That the amount of the capital stock of said corporation is and shall be Two hundred Thousand ($200,000) dol lars divided Into two hundred thousand (200,000) shares of the par value of one ($1) dollar each; that said stock shall be fully paid In at the time of issuing, the certificates therefor, in cash or property, and be non-assable and shall bo sold in such quantity or quantities and at such price or prices as the board of directors may from time to time des ignate by resolution. ARTICLE V. That the life of this corporation shall commence immediately upon the filing cf these Articles cf Incorporation with the County Recorder of Maricopa coun ty, territory of Arizona, rvnd continue of the full term and period of twenty five years thereafter. ARTICLE VI. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a board of directors consisting of five members, who must be stockholders of this corporation, and shall be elected at the annual meeting of this corporation on the first Monday in December in each year, and the offi cers of said corporation shall be a president and vice-president, both to be elected by the board of directors from among their own number; a secretary and treasurer and such other officers as the board of directors may deem necessary, who may or may not be chosen from among the stockholders. ARTICLE VII. The members of the board of direc tors for the current year and until successors are chosen and qualified, are M. T. Bender, Edward T. Menkins, B. B. Hulbert, C. T. Linley and H. A. Lcevy. ARTICLE VIII. That until the first annual meeting and until their successors ore elected M. T. Bender shall be president and B. B. Hulbert, secretary, and H. A. Loevy, treasurer thereof. ARTICLE IX. The company is authoried to creat a treasury stock fund composed of shares of its capital stock and to buy and sell its own capital stock, using the proceeds of sale for Its legitimate ex penses and purposes. ARTICLE X. That the said corporation is not at any time to subject itself to any great er liability than fifty thousand ($50,000) dollars, except upon the written con sent cf a majority of the capital stoc outstanding at the time the obligation is to be incurred, and in no case shall such Indebtedness exceed an amount equal to two-thirds of the capital stock. ARTICLE XI. That the private property of the stockholders of said corporation shall be exempt from the corporate debts and liability thereon. In witness whereof we have hereun to set our hands and seals this 29th day of October, 1902. C. T. LINLEY. (Seal). M. T. BENDER. (Seal). B. B. HULBERT, (Seal). H. A. LOEVY. (Seal). State of Missouri, City of St. Louis, ss. Before me, H. A. Loevy, a notary public in and for the city of St. Louis, state of Missouri, personally appeared C. .T Linley, M. T. Bender and B. B. Hulbert, personally known to me to be the persons whose names are subscrib ed to the foregoing instrument and ac knowledged to me that they and each of them executed the same for the purposes- and considerations therein ex pressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 29th day of October. 1902. (Seal) II. A. LOEVY, Notary rublic. - My commission expires September 10, 1906. State of Missouri, City of St. Louis, ss. Before me, Albert G. Blanke, a no tary public in and for the city of St. Louis, state of Missouri, personally ap peared H. A. Loevy, personally known to me to be the person whose name is' subscribed to the foregoing instru ment and acknowledged to me that he executed the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 30th day of October, 1902. (Seal) ARTHUR G. BLANKE, Notary Public. My commission expires January 29th, 1903. 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 foregoing copy with the original Articles of Incorporation of the STERLING ROYALTY CO. filed and recorded in my office on the 3d day of November, 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 3rd day of November, 1902. B. F. McFALL, (Seal) County Recorder. By A. S. Arthur, deputy. Filed and recorded in the office of the secretary of the territory of Arizona this third day of November, A. D., 1902, at 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona. First publication November 11. 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 Prescott, territory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the 19th clay 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 lGth day of October, 1902. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, President. WALLACE FAIRBANK. Secretary. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of David J. Jones, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, executrix of the hist will and testament of David J. Jones, deceased, to the creditors of rind all persons hav ing claims against 'lie said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vou'Ih'is. within ten months after the first public;1 tion cf this notice, to the said executrix, M.-irgaret 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 o" the Lnst Will and Testa ment of David J. Jones, Deceased. Dated Phoenix, Arizona, this lGth day of October. 1902. Bion Blaisdrll of the state of Maine has sold his trick steers, that distin guished themselves at Keith's theater, Boston, to a New Yorker named Kaiser for $125. They are Holsteins, IS months Old. " . ... , POPULAR All advertisements running for less time OOMSORKENT FOR RENT Three nice sunny rooms for light housekeeping. Gillum, 13th street. Brill addition. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, within one block of Hotel Adams, at 19 East Monroe street. FOR RENT Four furnished rooms; suitable for small family. 1256 East Lincoln street. FURNISHED rooms, en suite or sin gle, with first-class board, at Tur ners, 527 N. First ave.. Tel. 1165. FOR JIENT burnished room, bath and Instantaneous heater; also desk and store room. 40 North First avenue. LARGE, well ventilated rooni? for $1.50 to $3.00 per week, board $4.75 per week, or 25c per meal; home cooking. Mills house, West Washington St. ROOMS with board 2'2 miles north of Five Points on Black canyon road. O. M. Gray, P. O. box 1237. LEMON HOTEL, corner Third and Washington. Best rooms in the city. GREGORY HOUSE. New manage ment and thoroughly cleaned. No sick people. Rooms from $2 to $3 per week. R'OOMS with board at Grant's, first house east of Indian School. P. O. box 1363. FOR RENT. Desirable furnished rooms $10 per month. Inquire Phoe nix Trust Co., 102 W. Adams St. - GOOD country board, including room, $1.00 per day at "Donn" ranch, one mile north Indian school, Cave Creek road. THE ARCADE, 32 South Center St., opposite Commercial Hotel Elegant ly furnished rooms with use of bath; everything new, modern and strictly lirst-class; no invalids taken. TWO neaitly furnished rooms for rent; $1 per week each. Inquire William Limbrook, 214 E. Washington street. COUNTRY BOARD Persons wishing to board in the country can find first class accommodations at the Rum ney, on Grand avenue, li miles from P. O. Free transportation to city daily. Telephone "321. FOX RENT FOR RENT. At Soottsdale, houses, rooms, tents with' board, or fur light housekeeping. Best water and health-ler-t place in the valley. Terms rea sonable. Addiess J. L. Davis, Scotts dale. FOR RENT. Nicely furnished cottage, also housekeeping rooms. Cor. Second and Buchanan Sts., No. 207. No con sumptives. FURNISHED brick house, block from posteffice: $16 per month, including water. No consumptives.' 139 North Third street. FOR RENT Pleasant furnished house with barn if desired. Apply 58 East Washington street. FOR RENT. Part of furnished house, cr single rooms; neat, central, very reasonable. 433 S. First Ave. NICELY furnished room for rent; pri vate famiiy; separate entrance; 135 S. Second ayenue.' FOR RENT. A nice home in country, complete: fresh eggs, Jersey milk and butter. Horse and buggy if desired. -Ten minutes drive from town. 'Ad dress box 722. SMALL furnished house for rent. 42S S. Center. WANTED Seamstress by the day at 435 West Washington street. FOR Rent. An 80 acre ranch, one mile north of Phoenix. Apply J. C. Wasson, 1048 N. Center St., 'phone 16S1. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED. Work at taking care of a couple of cows or horses by a young man, experienced. Address A. B. C, care Republican. WANTED. A situation by Japanese to work around house. Understands cooking. P. O. Box 605. WANTED. A situation by a first class cook. 21 East Madison. HELP WANTED WANTED. A licensed auctioneer with experience. Box 992. APPRENTICE girl wanted in millinery department. Apply at the "Berlin." LADIES, copy letters at home; $12 thousand. Send stamped envelope for application. Dept. 22 CRYSTAL NOVELTY CO., 3S12 Indiana Av Chicago. WANTED BOOK SALESMEN "Around the Capital" (352 pages), contains more facts and faces (all members of congress and others) than any book yet published. There are one hundred and fifty full page pen and ink Washington life draw ings and several hundred margirmls. Price (cloth). $2; half morocco, $3; full, $5. THE NUTSHELL PUB LISHING CO., 7S Fifth avenue, New York. CA PAULEYS ALES M EN lo covcrAri zona with staple line. High commis sions with advance cf $100 monthly. Permanent position to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich. GIRL for housework wanted who can cook, good wages, steady employ ment. Call on 244 East Van Buren street. WANTED Waiters, man and girl, at the English Kitchen; good wages. W A N TED F.oy to work around the house. Apply at Rumney's, on Grand avenue. A CIGAR salesman wanted to repre sent large Porto Rico cigar manu facturers; a splendid opportunity fur the right party. Address Antonio Ramirez Y Ca.. 79 Fourth Ave.. New York City. WANTS titan one month must be paid la advance. Yv" ANTED. Good reliable man on ranch. Apply at once to P. O. Mum ma, 2 miles west on Yuma road. CIRL WANTED" for general house work. 529 East Van Buren St. GIRL WANTED Light housework. Mrs. H. B. St. Claire. WANTED Men for Nevada and Utah, teamsters, laborers, rockmen. Ship via C. P. route. J." R. Paine, 45 So. Center St., Phoenix. LADIES. Use our harmless remedy for delayed menstruation; it canr.ot fail. Tiial free. Paris Chemical Co., Mil waukee. Wis. ANTIIIIRSUTE removes superfluous hair by the roots without pain or inflammation. Why not be beauti ful? Harmless; made of purest drugs; guaranteed; price $5: sample and b.oklct 25c. THE ANTIIIIR SUTE CO, 143 Powell St., San Fran cisco, CaJ. La DIES S500 R?ward for a case of ob stinate suppression, any cause, in pathology, my monthly regulator falls to relieve; safe, harmless. Mail. How long suppressed. Dr. Jackson, R. Co., 169 Dearborn St., Chicago. LADIES: New home work, making sofa pillows, slippers, etc.; $7 to $15 weekly; materials furnished. No can vassing; steady work. Send stamp ed addressed envelope. New Sextette Mfg. Co., Erie St., Chicago. EXCLUSIVE-TERRITORY for our wonderful dry powder Fire Extin guisher. Adopted by U. S. Gov. and largest concerns. Over 100 per cent profit. Western Fire Appliance Co., 916 Market St., San Francisco. WANTED Comfortably furnished house in good location, with use of horse and buggy if possible. Address M. P., Republican office. BOARD. Visit Lee's ranch; tent with good board. Call at J. W. Dorris' grocery. $10.00. WHY eat carmed soup when you can get it made fresh every day, 25 tents a quart, at Turner's, 527 N. First ave. Tel. ni65. COUNTRY BOARD. Rtes reasona - bio; fip.e location. Box 423. WANTED. Exchange ladies watch for lady's bicycle. Mary, care Repub lican. CLOTHING or delicacies for the poor ' and sick car. be left at the roomn of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Central Ave, They v.ill be carefully dinLrllnt d. Thos In need r'ar ralV MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, telli past, preetit and future; Lad.es, 25c; (stltno, 50 cents. 31 Buchanaa street, orur of Tifrd ttreet. FOR SALE PRIVATE SALE. Household goods, sepr.iate or as a whole. Rockers, theirs, tables, bedro.r.i sets, dis'-.:.-, lamps, he:: ting ftcvts, cots, carpet?, matting, pillows, laeetcurtalns, j o--tieres, bed linen, lot fine picture;-; no sickr.ess. ?Q North First avenue. FOR SALE. Side saddle, Winchester lifie. b'ankets, carpets and household goods. This sale will last ten days. 42S South Third avenue. FOR SALE. A small mare fcur years old; broken to ride or drive. Very gentie and in perfect condition. In quire at Club stables. THAT FINE herd of cows will sell at Norton's continued sale Monday at 10 o'clock. FOR SALE See notice of continuance of Norton's sale. All the items of the former posters except household goods and carpenters' tools will seil Monday, Nov. 17, at 10 a. m. sharp. ALL THE STOCK and implements on the Norton bills will sell Monday at 10 o'clock. FOR SALE 160-acre ranch with pump ing plant; very cheap. Address Mrs. Heaton, Coldwater, Ariz. PRIVATE SALE. Household goods, rockers, chairs, tables bedroom sets, dishes, lamps, cooking and heating stoves, ccts, pump, etc., etc.; mostly new; none of it has ever been used by sick people. Residence three blocks south of end of street tar lino. West Washington St., Capitol addition. FOR SALE. The Morning Star dairy, milk route, wagon and tans. Address Isaac Forney. 1M miles south park. FOR SALE. White stocks plants, one dollar per 100 (free by mail). Home grown roses and tarnations now ready. Dave Turner, North Center St. FOR SALE. A horse, harness and buggy. 423 West Jefferson street. A FINE herd of thirteen dairy cows. Apply at Five Points Chegse Factory. BURROS, harness and wagon; cheap. Valley Corral. PIANO for rent or sale. 127 N. Fourth avenue. FOR SALE. 110 young white Leghorn hens, 3 tons stacked wheat; 1 mile enst of asylum. E. L. Sutton. Foil SALE Three of the best mining properties in Arizona. Address tin; owner, Mr. J. W. Gunnell, Constel lation, Ariz. FOR SALE. At a great bargain, cor ner business lot on Adams St. Phoe nix Trust Co., 102 W. Adams St. FOR SALE. Desirable dwelling, Ben nett addition: one dwelling on Adams St., one dwelling on First Ave., all be. rrains. Phoenix Trust Co., 1CZ W. Adams L;t. 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 Fettle trusteeship. Call or on address C. F. Leonard, trustee. Phoenix. Ariz. "FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT" si.?ns for sale at the Republican office. INVESTMENTS. $3,000 to $4,000 to l.'.ui v.j m sl ranch ptoptity ur.dr il. i'.ii: nr Mari copa canals. Center Street Property. Beautiful 5-ro.m b;i-V:. 1 a, re ar. !. Fruits, flowers, chUUe-i y. r.!s :.r '. sta ble. Good SO-ft. we'.:; . : y 1'. ?:;., from P. O. Can be had r. w TAYLOR 62. SON Real Estate aid Iuvestra- rta No. 11 North First Avu. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of David J. Jone. d- .- d. Notice is hereby given by th v.i. '.t sined, executrix of th Iat ;i a; 1 testament of David J. Jo:u. Uh .:-. I. to th? creditors of and nil i f-is.i.s i::g claims agair.st the said ae-l. to exhibit them, with th-? r.t vjnry vouchers, within ten months cfirr th- first publication of this r.ti-.e, to t):- sail executrix. Mar;rarrt J. i-'.-.s. it No. 213 Fleming Mmk. P!.o"i ix. M.iri copa county, Arizona, the s-;-.r e ( -U: r the plaie for the trai-.s-ictie:-. cf tki business of said estatr. in s.tM cou:y of Maricopa. MARGARET J. J ' NT. Executrix of the last v.ill Hid tegu ment of Davi 1 J. Jones, V- nd Dated Phoenix, Arizona, this l"f. I :y of October, 1302. LODGING HOUSE FOR SALE 21 rooms, Brussels c?rj- t lar.'u h.ut. centrally located. d--iravie 1:; tver" respect; lor.g b .:-. low re-r.t. Ar; !" to J. A Kurtz, 311 FIt-mir.s llo-k. LOST AMD FOiJ:D LOST. Ar; hor P.vlt pin v ith 1. S. N. on it. Plense r't'.irn to K. A.. Re publican o;Tice. LOST. A nut fur c:rri.io a:-. un'i the nam? ;nd u'Miv.-s i.f ! i ik-r on it. Pl.ase rctvru tL I : ; uV.i. .m oftU c. LOST. Gold enameled W.t ji:i ame thyst, Saturday afternoon. Return to this office and receive reward. BUSINESS CHANCES WILL give t ne-ihirl i-.t r st t purt rer bavin;? mur.ey : ; c-n u; K--l ceppcrund g -Id ! i t in s.utr.rrx part of Yavapai CfU..y. I' .il:-.- with out money ree-1 r,.; ; -w.-r. A : lr--s Ptospetts. c re of Ri-p'ii. I'. :.::. KUSINES ? CHANCES.--.; i - t a year paid investors. If you . .t::l ;::i income. E. J. Arnold Co.. St. L"iN. Mo., pay dpo-sitors 'S p r c.-r.t a n k I aid weekly. I;o not s t us ..::fj-- -l with any get rich 4aL-k y. h-iuf. ;.s our business ir.vit.-s a r::l irv.-sti-gaiion. is an old. r 'iable. ! : --.-' ;.if lisiu.l concern, amply n s; nslM . ! gitiiriate. successful, a:. I th-- !-:-: sound investment iv.-r or!-! el f.n public participation. ItiMts t-u!-jeet to withdrawn! on c. r.-.i.r. d. A savings deposit .f $;.. at 4 it cet.t pays ' a ye:, w ith An:. ; I pays .i".6 a year. An inv s:n-:i: . f $7.S:t) at 10 i-tr ivr.t pays J7v' a ye-ir. $",00 with AiHi'ld pay us ru'h. 15 't of references everyuh- re. Subst na tions in any f mount from f ;, a:. 1 u; rec t ivo l by F. W. IVa'ty, r. i ier.t a Sfnt. room G Nit I-...! -cr. bt:i! North Outer S:. Ph ... r.i-:. Ari2-.':.i." FOUi: PER ENT AND OVKU e.irnel Weekly en inv.nn'.T.i? f Uifty Dol lars a up.v.:-..!s in o-.e of the'safest and most pr M.abie modern co-operative Rrcin?7 S:ab: s. Endors-l . satisfied customers in all parts .f th country. Thir is ar. opp..r tur.it v t place y.-.u;- id!- .pi? ,1 i-, an c.-: ib lished l.u-ii: -.-s th.it will r.-t y.u greater returrs th..u ;-.ny f.v.--n of In vestment now b.-;",.;-.. th" put.'.;.-. Your money at your command at a!! times. Subscriptions ;nk::i. i. ! by certificates of dejK.sit. For fu i particulars send :'.-r fre. lH..ki t DEMARE3T & CO.. Parrot h'. '. San Francisco. Cai. PROFESSIONAL OLA I RVOYAXT. II A 1 ). M I. V M .-'. the worl l rcm-'vied n dinm. -.i I .. consulted on affair of i.f.- :. r nowned for her re.i.lmj,- or, jm.-' ;1r. 1 future e vents of lii at: I t v. - aU.. . on business of all i,ar.irs. .!1 a-. I Id convirictil. 1':' South Thir i .v-. LADIES call on M r.ie. s: i m.- h for nj. -fate toilette wn-t; try r.:y uuexcvlle i in-.-.i.-. Tel. Maia 2i'.'l. , sTKvTuXWl LtON7TOT.Mw fTi i STr: piano, pipe orsrna nnd re.-! orvan. cJia ! uate of the New England Const rvatorv of musi lioston. Mass. r.iers rnav l- left at Fountain's M'isi.- Stor-. an ! "w;U receive prompt attention I". . 311 C. 11. VALENTINE Li ;ok wl-riaU-jrl "9 Indiana St. LEAVE ORDERS at Ren L. P.e.ir's fer L.WiK.srins. nianicorin. fa-rial juaisae. shampooing and scalp treatment. D. L. CONNOR. Osteopath. The ci.iy frraduato in th- territory un der the founder of t.e science. Dr. A. T. Still. American School of Osteopath, Kirksville, Mo. Ot!:ce S West AJ.-ms, Phoenix. Ariz. Office phone. li:-L Kcs. phono. i'JSo. FRANK SHIRLEY. Expert Chiropodist. T I. Main 2. Easement. Cor. Wash. tnJ Center St. REV. DR. BERNARD POS. Os eo: ath. Hydropath. Masseur. IXxuor of l'sy.-u.-lo?y. Master Electrician. Famous liat tle Creek Sanitarium methods in curirv-T stoniaHi troubl.s an.l rheumatism. V .i also keep a complete stock of t!-eir wonderful health foo !s. Tr. a: i.!er" s very reasonable, lii W. Monroe, ii.ar M. 10. Church. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J !Mwr!. EDA'AKDS & SIO.UTi'X, Law ytra. 19 S. Center St. Pconi'i. Artx. AMHROSK & RICH RDSO.V. Utitv ' . Feed. Telephone l"'".t. West Wanii- inpton street, l'hoenix. ArixeiiA. NOTARY riT.LIC. E. E. PASCOE. Votary IubV. 0"nvr ancing a specialty. Acknow iediuei-ta taken. 110 North Cen'.er street. "Hanks always !oos on the bris;h side of thinjrs. Do you know . : t i r.aid when be lo-t his j i. il:- o:h day?" "I haven't heard." "He seemed to be quit-.- t h'vrf'ul o r it. 'You sec,' bo explained. 'I iippli 1 for a aise of salary nearly six nioi'tl s arco and didn't ret it. Think bow icie b mure 1 would li.ive b ol t !.- if y d given m th- incitd-.' " Ir - Record-Herald.