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TIIE AI?IZO!N"A REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MOHN1XG, rr.llUVAH' 7. KMJ.7.
I! i s i DORRLS ...THE.ATER F. W. STECHAN, Mgr. 3 Nights and Sat. Matinee, commenc- ins Thursday. February 5, the famous OLUIPIA opera 40 People.. COMPANY. . Presenting: Thursday evening, Rich ard Stahl's masterbit of opera, boufTe composition, "Said Pasha." Friday evening Audran's famous laughing- musical hit. "Olivette." ' Saturday evening, the greatest of all comic operas, De Wolf Hopper and Deila Foxs' wonderfully successful and infinitely amusing "Wang." Grand matinee production of Le cocq's perennial favorite and rollick ing musical comedy, "La Marcotte." Matinee prices: 2oc, 30 and Tile. Night prices: 2Je, HOe. 75c and $1. Seats on sale for entire engagement at Goodman's drug store, Thursday, Feb. 31 at ID a. in. RETURN OF THE FAVORITES. "Week cnmmcn'iiig MONDAY, FEU. MATINEE SATURDAY. CURTISS COMEDY COMPANY s- P.and and Orchestra, in a select list ot plays, presented in an artistic manner. PLAY CHANGED NIGHTLY. Popular Prices 10c, 20c, 30c and 50c. Sale of seat3 opens Saturday morning at Goodman's drug store. NOTE A grand open-air concert will be given daily at 11 a. m. in front of the reserve seat sale. A scientist says that "if the earth was flattened the sea would bs two miles deep all over the world." Ani an Oklahoma editor ogives out the fol lowing: ''If any man is caught flat tening cut the earth, .shoot him on the spot, and don't be too blamed particu lar what spot. There's a whole blamed lot of us in Oklahoma that can't swim." Kansas City Journal. A MOTHER'S RECOMMENDATION. I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs, colds and croup I have ever used in my family. I have not words to express my con fidence in this remedy. Mrs. J. A. Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. druggists. Even cold cash won't buy coal. Shad rocs by any other name would i as scarce. be ' CANCER cured:: Mr. W. W. Pri.kett. SmithnVM., Ills.. writes, Sept. 10th, 1901: "I had been suffering several years with a cancer on my face, which gave me great an noyance and unbearable itching. I was using Eallard's Snow Liniment for a sore leg, and through an (accident. I rubbed seme cf the liniment on the cancer, and as it gave me almost in stant relief. I decided to continue to use the liniment on the cancer. In a short time the cancer came out, my face healed up and there is not the slightest scar left. I have implicit faith in the merits cf this preparation, and it car.net ba too highly recom mended." 23c. 50c and $1.00. For sale by Elvey & Hulett, the live druggists. It's a good thing to count the cost, but don't forget to pay it. o When you lack energy, do not relish your food, fel dull and stupid, after eating, all you m-ed is a rtore of Cham berlain's Stomach & Liver Tablets. They will make you feel like a nev man and give you an appe tite like a bear. For sale by Elvey & Hulett, druggists. The p'n is mightier than the sv.o:d when it comes to signing c hecks. o The scratch of a pin may cause the loss of a limb or- even death when blood poisoning rer.ults from the injury All danger of this may be avoided, however, by promptly applying Cham berlain's Pain Palm. It is an antisep tic and c;uic k healing liniment for cuts, bruises ani burn-. For sale by Elvey & Hulett, druggists. The pugulist should expericr.r-r; r.o difficulty in rtriking an attitu-Jr:. o We sell the greatest of blood puri fiers. Acker's Hlood Elixer, under a postive guarantee. It will cure all chronic and other blood poisons. If you have eruptions or sores on your iMjdy, or are pale, weak or run down, it is just what you need. We refund money if you are not satisfied. 50 cents and il.OO. T. F. Hudson Pharmacy. Lets cf people love their neighbors f-jr what they can get out of them. Mrs. R. W. Evans, Clearwater. Kan., writes: "My husband lay sick for three months; -the doctors stated he had c;uick consumption. We procured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and it cured him. That was six years ago, and since then we always kept a bettle in the house. We cannot do without it. For coubs and colds, it has v.n equal." 3c, ice and Jl.00 bottle at Elvey. & Hulett, the live druggists. Who:-. a man S 11!??;.' be excused making hi:- will he ir putting o-.i heirs. IT'S JUST A COUGH that ges your lungs sore and weak and paves the way for Pneumonia or Consumption, or both. Acker's English Remedy will stop the cough in a day and heal your lungs. It will cure Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, and all throat and lung troubles. Posi tively guaranteed, and money refunded if you are not satisfied. Write to us for free sample. W. II. Hooker & Co., Buffalo. N. Y. T. F. Hudson Pharmacy. TENDENCY OF THE TIMES. The tendency of medical science is toward preventive measures. The best thought of the world is being given to the subject. It is easier and better to prevent than to cure. It has been fully demonstrated that pneumonia, one of the most dangerous diseases that med- "T V Z ' . " " , Cough Remedy. Pneumonia always results from a told or from an attack of influenza (grip), and it has been ! Observed that this remedy counteracts iany tendency of these diseases toward 'pneumonia. This has been fully prov en in many thousands of case3 in which this remedy has been used dur ing the great prcvalencce of colds and gtip in recent years, and can be relied upon with implicit confidence. Pneu monia often results from a slight cold when no danger is apprehended until it is suddenly discovered that there i3 fever and difficulty in breathing and pains in the chest, then it is announced that the patient has pneumonia. Re on the safe side and take Chamber lain's Cough Remedy as soon as the cold is contracted. It always cures. For sale by Elvey & Hu'.ett, druggists. "I'll soon make you look lika thiity cents," said the spendthrift as he peeled o? a $10 bill. o If you desire a goof complexion use Moki Tea, a pure herb drink. It acts on the liver and makes the skin smooth and clear. Cures sick headache. 25cts. and GO cts. Money refunded if It does not satisfy you. Write to W. II. Hook er & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. T. F. Hud Bon Pharmacy. We will wager that when th? baby ! cries at your house, it.? father volun tarily looks up at his mother to see If she heard it. Proposals for barn, hospital and addi tions to buildings, department of the interior, office cf Indian affairs, Wash ington, D. C, January li, 1903. Sealed proposals endorsed "Proposals for Im provements, Phoenix. Ariz., ' and ad dressed to the commissioner of Indian affairs, Washington, D. C, will be re ceived at the Indian office until 2 o'clock p. m. cf Tuesday, February 17, 1303, for furnishing the necessary ma terials and labor required to construct and complete a frame dairy barn and brick hospital, a brick addition to din ing hall and a brick addition to the boys' dormitory, all with plumbing and electric light, at the Phoenix Indian school, Arizona, in strict accordance with plans, specifications and instruc tions to bidders which may be exam ined at this office, the offices of the Improvement Rulletin, Minneapolis, Minn.: the Arizona Republican. Phoe nix, Ariz.; the Ileralo. Ixs Angeles, Cal.; the Chronicle. San Francisco, Cal.; the Tribune, Chicago, 111.; th-? Globe-Democrat. St. Louis, Mo.; the Euilders and Traoers' Exchanges at Omaha. Nebr.: Milwaukee. Wis., -ar.d Minneapolis. Minn.; the Northwestern Manufacturers' association, St. Paul. Minn.; the IT. S. Indian- warehouses at S15 Howard street, Omaha, Nebr., 63 South Canal street I 110-121 Wooster stn Chicago, III., ana treet. New York, and at the school. For further information apply to Chas. W. Goodman, superin tendent Indian school, rhoenix. Ariz. W. A. JONES, commissioner. SHERIFF'S SALE. Phoenix National Bank, plaintiff, vs. W. H. Bcardsle-y and H. L. Morey. de fendant. No. 2S1S. Under and by virtue of an execution and order of pale issued out of the dis trict court of the Third judicial district, territory of Arizona, in and for the county cf Maricopa, on the 3rd day of February, 1903, and to me as sheriff duly directed and delivered, on the judgment rendered in said court, in thr above-entitled action, on the 27th day of December, 1S02, for the sum of three hundred ninety-six and 70-1 'i0 dollars, with interest thereon at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, from October 14th, 1SS9. until paid, together with the sum of forty-eight and ro-100 dollars, at torney's fees, with interest thereon at the rate of t; per cent per annum until paid, and the further sum of forty-two and 83-100 dollars, plaintiff's costs and disbursements incurred in said action, taxed and allowed at said amount. I have duly seized and levied upon in the manner and form required by law th following described premises to wit: Lots eight (8). nino (n), and ten (10), block ten (10), Neahr's addition to th? City of Phoenix, according to the ma-i or plat thereof, now on file in the office of the county recorder of Mari'-opa county. Arizona. Public notice H hereby given that I will, at the courthouse door of the said county of Maricopa, at the hour of P) o'clock a. m. on Tuesday, the 3rd day of March, 1003 r.ell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash. In lawful money of the United States, ail the right, title, claim and Interest of the above-nrwncd defendant in, of unl to the above-desc: ibed property, or so much thereof p.s may be necessary to satisfy said judgment and costs of suit, and all accruing costs. W. W. COOK, Sheriff. Dated February 3rd, 1003. First publication February 4, 1003. IN THE PRORATE COURT Of the County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of E. S. Fulton, deceased. Notice of hearing petition for letters of administration. Notice is hereby given that J. J. Sweeney has filed in this court his pe tition praying that letters of adminis tration be granted him and that tho same will be heard at the January term of court on Friday, the 6th day of February, A. D. 1903. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of raid day. at the courtroom of said court, in Phoenix, county of Maricopa, territory of Arizona, and Jill persons interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Dated January 26. 1103. GEORBE KIRK LAND, Clerk. First publication January 27. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE THE GOLDEN WEST TUNNEL, MINING and MILLING COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PKi;i.:ENT, TUat we, whoe hands are hereunto affixed, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Tetritory of Arizona, and to that end make the following statement: FIRST: The names cf the corpora tors are: S. D. CHITTENDEN, T. R WEAVER and E. M. ROSENTHAL, and the name of the corporation shall be THE GOLDEN WEST TUNNEL MINING and MILLING COMPANY. The. principal place in which the busi- ,,csg 0f saij corporation within th Territory of Arizona is to be transacted is Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, and the principal place of business nt said corporation outside the Teiritory of Arizona shall be the City of San Jose, County of Santa Clara in tho State cf California, at which meetings of the Hoard of Directors may be held, and the corporation- may have such branch offices within or without the Territory 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 make contracts, to purchase, leas, bond, locate or otherwise acquire, own, exchange, sell or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and dea! in real estate and any and all kinds of personal property, mines. mining claims, c il lands minert.l lands, oil. gas, asphaltum, petroleum, asbestos, salt, water and water rights and ma chinery, and to work, rnir.e, explore, op erati? and develop the same; to do a general real estate, manufacturing and mercantile business; to own, handle and control letters patent and invention!, and share:; of capital stock of ether corporations: to borrow money and ex ecute notes, bonds, mortgages, or deeds of tiust to secure the same and to ex ercise in respect of all such bond-', mortgages, notes, shares of capital stock and other securities and obliga tions eny and all rights, powers and privileges of individual owners thereof, including the right to vote upon any shares of stock held by it to the same extent that a natural -person might or could do: and in general to do ali things necessary to the proper condui t of the business of this corporation in the Territory and elsewhere not incon sistent with the laws of the T'nited States and the Teiritory of Arizona. Third: The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be five hundred Thousand dollars ($300.W'. divided into five hundred thousand ("il."W) snaies of - tne par value of one dollar ($1.00) each. At such time as the Board of Direc tors j may by resolution direct, said capital stoc k shall be paid into this corporation I cither in cash or by the sale and trans- fer to it of real or personal property j for the uses and purposes of sai l coipo- ration, in payment for which s'nai es 1 r the capital stock of said corporation j may be issued, and the capital stoi 1 so issued shall thereupon and thereby c itiier in c;.sh or by the sale r-.nd i- ,in. become and be fully paid up and nun- j f i r to It i f renl or pers'inl p-oi ri assessable, and in the absence of actual: for the uses ai:d purposes , f snid i-t-fraud in the transaction the judgment por-tim in payment f r w hi. h 'h;ir of tne Directors as to the value of the 'of the capital stock of s.i.d 1 o--. ir.itioi property purchased shall be conclusive, j may be issued, and the st. k Fourth: The time of the cemmeme n:ent of this corporation shall be tic cct? of the filing of these articliK of im ;r;. oration in the office of the s'vn i.iry cf Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twer.ty-five ye'.rs thereafter. Fifth: The affairs of this ccrtinr.i '.icr: : hall be ( enducted by a beard of director:-, ar.d' the following nciir.-l i-nun (mifir.uic me nn:n ci (i.;-cni.- : until their successors are elected:. S. D. CHITTENDEN. T. R. WEAVER and E. M. ROSENTHAL. Thereafter the board of directors :-r.all be el. ct'jd from among the stockholders as the by-laws of the corp. ration may pro vide. The officers of said corporation until their sui cesrs are ch cte-! rhail ) ; T. R. WEAVER, president: S. D. CHITTENDEN. Vice-President: E. M. ROSENTHAL. Secret aiy: FI I'.ST NA TIONAL RANK OF SAN JOSE, Calif.. Tieasurer. Sixth: The highest amount f in debtedness or liability, direct "r con tingent, t.) w hich this c i-rpui atiou i any tin.e su'ile; t shall ! lifly thou- ! sands dollars (S.'iO.octi), which amount does net exceed two thirds the amount of the capital st'ick. Seventh: The private property of the Ftockh'ddcrs of this cot pora t ion shall be exempt from corporate debts of any kin.l whalrnevcr. In witness whereof, we have here unto ret our hands ar.d S".a! thi .: nir.th day of January. lf;03. S. D. CHITTENDEN, (Seal.) T. R. WEAVER, (?-;:!.) E. M. ROSENTHAL. (Seal.) State of California. County of Santa Clara, ss. On this nir.th day of January, in the I year lii03, befor e me, r. K. L i lian, a notary public in and for the- -state ard ce.unty afore srid, iesiding therein, duly commis sioned and sworn, personally appeared S. D. CHITTENDEN. T. R. WEAVER and E. M. ROSENTHAL, l;n iwn to me to be the persons describe 1 ii. whose names are subscribed to, and win ex ecuted the ;ir.r,"X'j 1 instrument, and they acknowledged to me that they ex ecuted the same, f:ir the purposes and considerations therein expressed. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed ray' official seal, at my office in the s.;:id state and county, the day end year last above written. (Notnry Seal.) T. E. LA 1 1 A N. Notary Public. My commission expires 1 ei ember rth.isoc. Territory of Arizona. County of Maricopa, ss. T. R. F. McFall, county .recorder In an 1 for the county and territory j; fore said, hereby certify that I have coin pared the foregoing ciiy with th" or iginal article's of incorporation of the GOLDEN WEST TUNNEL. MINING AND MILLING COMPANY, filed and lecorded in my efflep 'in the lr.th d iv of Janurry, (.:). in Rook No. 13 cf ln- ( orpma lior.s. at page' -. and that the Mine is a full, true ,-in-i correct copy of such original, ar.d of lire whole thereof. Witness, my ban I are! scp.l of otTicc, this K't'.i day cf January. 1503. (Sec!.) V. F. McFALL. County Recorder. T?yA. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed and recorded in the office of the 1 LSecretary of the Territory of Arizona this 13th day of January, A. D. i:3. at 2 p. m.. ISAAC T. STODDARD, Secretary of Arizona. First publication February i. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF' THE i LA-GLORIA MINING CORPORATION 2 l.i (Gold and opp- r.) i KNOW ALL MEN II V THESi A PRESENTS. Tthat we. w ho n? hand' are hereunto affix d. do hereby a i ate ourselves together f'ir the purpo- of forming a corporation under t.i laws of the Teriitory of Arizona, and to I. that end make the following Jt itcncnt: First: The names of the nroraton are, George M. Wall ice. T. II. Slo- i. and A. R. White. Jr.. and thf name of i... .. . it t. . r t ,i . , . f i lilt; ci ' i i v i ii i iuii is ... 1 1 k ' ' 1 1 ' i . i i MINING ("OIU'OKA 1 l N. .i.l-I and Copper): the principal place in whl".i! the business of s..id corporation with-) in the Territory of Arizona is to !! tiansacted. Is Phoenix. Maricopa Coun-J ty, Arizona, and the prin' ip :! pi see f business cf said corporation outsdde Ihe Terrltory cf Arizona shall be the lty of Phil wielphia. in tlv- State of Pev.n Rjivania. at which meetings of th- Board of Directors may be held, n n-1 the corporation may have such branch offices either within cr without the Teriitory of Arizona as may b- est ib llshed by the Bj.ird of Directors. Second: Tile geneial rature f th" business proposed to be transacted by this corporation H as follows, to-wit: to ronke contracts, to purchase, lea-u-, bor.d. local-? or otherwise acqutr?. own exchange, sell or otherwise iTisnrre of. pledg-?. 11101 tga sre. hypothe at- and 1 I In res.1 estate, and any and cl! kind of j personal property. mines. mining claims, oil lands, mineral land, oil. g -11. ! asphaltum, petroleum, nsbi sto. sal., j water and water right and m iclilnerr, 1 :iv.l to work. min- f xpln:v. operate at'i j develop the same: to do a scinal re.il ' estate, mar-uf.ictui ing and men ui tii-H bu: inesr.. t (.w :i. handle am! cnr.tr ! ' lettein putent and invention r.ndl shar(s of capital sto k of ot:i r cnr - rations, to borrow money, ar.d ui: j notes, minus, mortgages, or lc( -.: trust, to recurc the sai.ie and to tm -c i:-e in respect of all sui h b r.d?. tin r -gages, not-:', shares of capital tc-' ar.d other ret usities and obligation ar.y ard all lights, powers, and prllir-' of individual ok nei k thereof. i:i -ludir.a the right t-j Vote upon aay i-h.iis -f Mock held by it to the sa;r..- extent ttuit a natural p-; son mit-h! r ie.iid i . And In g -;i-ral to do :ill ti.inn" vr-t. ssarv to the proper conduit of t h business of thH corporation In thu Ter iitory elsewh- ri- not 1m onit: with the i:i-s of tl.e United .-tat.-s an I the Territory of Aiizo.-i.-i. Third: The authorized i,u ount capital stick of this 1 orporatlon ',,;; ' be one million two hundred and flfsvj thousand (ll.J.Vi.Ocf) doll.-us, dr. i. 11, into ore million two hu.idrc 1 and fit; thousand ( I.L'T.o.mmi) shares of th-- piri Valuf? of su- h time doijjr ($1 ( e.n h. the Bo.iTd t !'irr At t .1 may by rc-i lution direct, sill sioc k sh iil l.e i.,:i 1 Into th: or- or.in.,11 I so issue. 1 sn.ii: tnereujon ati-l thr. I. heomo fnd be fully p:id up and ;v. - assessable, and in th" ahf-ni " f a ual fraud in th- ti ans.n tion the ji I,-n:e-.t of the Dir-( tors as ta the .11. of the .ro-i--: !y purcha: . 1 shall !- .- rluMve. i Fourth: T!ie time ,,f ih o'-"e'-i. .-- 1 n:-;it of thin corporation shili be th date' of the li!ir:g of tti-s-- Ai!:- of' 1 1 : i ; r ti j r n 1 1011 in tin- dfTii of ; i.r- r-- i -t-rini-i.ii''-i (.'." -i 1 rPt: ... ,,r .ri:'on.i ami th. thereof shall b tw.-r.ty-1: thereafter. Fifth: The -ifr,.!: of th . ,,,i.o, ,-j tion shall be onipiifed ,y a Ho.ir l of seven Dire 1 tors and th" f .ii i" r named shill constitute the 1 Son id of !,- j n t' rs until their s-.:. i errors :-re e-,. c-d: George M. Wallace. T. R. .-'! ..-in i :! A. R. Whif. Jr. Thi-nrifl- r th -' Board of Direi to-s sha:I be I-. t- d fio-n I among the stockholder as th" by -In ' of the corporati.m may p-i i Tne; officers of said corporation until trvlr' successors are clv te 1 sh;ill be ;... rz M. V.'ailace. Pri ii lent: T. !t. Sbn;i. j Secretary and Trcuunr. ( Sixth: The iiiziiet mot!r i f j del.te Inc.ss or nihility, dli'it -r co-i-. tingent. to w hlih th: 1 oi'por.i t ion i- at any time subject, shill ': three I 10 dred thousand (TTHlooi dol'.irs. v "o. r amount do. s not fn-'d two-third I : niiiount of the capital storK S'evcnth: Tli" ptlv.ite nrorertv o' t!i I stockh' I-!ers of thin or; ora 1 io;i jV.iil I i xi mpt I . .::i -irporal" d-.-I f, r.f :iy kind w hat vi r. 1 IN WITNESS WIIEKEor. We ,,,. ' heiei'r.to set our h.nid nnd s-al thi, the Sth diy of January. A. l l'-".T. 1 i E iti i E M. WALLA'T 'Se.it T. R. SLOAN. lK;i!i 1 A. R. UlilTIi Jit. (S :il. Pi .to r-r r-: n-ylv.-itihi. ! Ccanty of Philadelphia, r-a. ! Oil this f Ih day r.f J lnu.iry. A. I. f' '3. I before me. G. 0:.v..ld C.ilv rt, a N -' lary Pub!! in and fur th Stat- i-.-i'i 'toli.ty afor--s;;id, residing t'er-n. duly commissioned and sworn. --,,n-i 1 : : 1 arpcarcd Geortre M. Wali.ue. T. I Slum, ar.d A. R. Whit-, Jr.. !:. me in be tbe perrins ,!ri rl!. whoe r.aimn are subscribe'! t ;i to io I a : I ' w ho ex'cuteil the ann-M-1 i-,stmi. r.r j arid they nck'iow lorlceil to m-- tht th--. evi cut - 1 II: e iP for ; li. -i, 1 i... u-i 1 J coi'siiIere.tio!l tl.-jein flit'","l. I IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hiv. h Teur.to set mv h.ii l and nfoxi-l r; I official sinl at 1 iv c:'icc i-. t il Stat- nnd ii-uiitv h.st a bove rlt ten. (Notary P-al) OSW tli- d.iy I iI.H CM. Not ; ry : en 'Z o-e", ERT. 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