T1IK AllIZONA IfEl'UELICAN: SATIjUDAT MORNING MAY 30, 1903.
TAYING FOH IT.
nt article a prominent phy
"It is next to impossible
In :i rec
i, -Ian says
,1,.. physician to pot his patients f
, ..,,.,-y ,.ut any prescrtred course or ny-i'i-
,'i't to tho smallest extent
I,,' has l.ut mic resort left, namely, tlu
I,,,.' tre-'tment." When medicines arf-
il lt'r I'hl'lMUl l unr'Upd liuo, tlic mum
.i. ..i,n:,.nl.lA C.wl. c
.,p,i e;elllC uuiu I :u tut , ninii lit
ui.l" -l-lain's Stomach & Liver Tab-i..tl-
mild '-" employed. Their use is
iVMi'Wfl ny oonsupauon as mey
ii,nvr!s in a natural and
nJition. For sale by all drug-
";v..m-"-: a po?t he stands
:. .i T'. til "Nonsense: I never
,! ,.f a I'Oi't who had money enough
.,.! ;; loan." Philadelphia Record.
There is an aching and tired feeling:
tl. liver, bowels and kidneys become
viii.'-ish a '" inactive, the digestion lm
,,., .., with little or no appetite, no
a:nl:!i"'i fur anything, and a feeling'
whole ooay nnu mma neeas
up. The trouble is, that during i
wiri'T. there has oeen an accumulation :
- . . - In di'oIatii 1 Inr I
Ol :'.T Itlllil Jil liiu iiiviii.
h:::. remove it. secure to the se-
. .. . vlf 1 nil K itc rttll
( r'"!''!- l'"1 aiiu ,V.T lull",
, f. i t. fully restore the wasted tissue
and give strength in place of weakness.
-.v at Elvey & Hulett's, the live drug-
Seine men stint their wives in order
that t'.uy may keep up their club dues,
a:-..i then wonder why marriage is a
failur '.Philadelphia Record.
A FARMER STRAIGHTENED OUT.
"A man living on a farm near here
(.line in a short time ago completely
doubled up with rheumatism. I handed
liim a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
)!al::i and told him to use it freely and
it' not satisfied after using it he nee.l
not pay a cent for it," says C. P. Ray
,ier. of Pattens Mills. N. Y. "A few
(lavs later he walked into the store as
strair-'ht as a string and handed me a
dollar, saying, 'give me another bottle
of chamberlain's Pain Balm. I want it
in the house all the time for it cured
me." " For sale by all druggists.
M'tmg is megiau time wien uiejeai
turns over a new leaf. Philadelphia
CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL.
Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Patterson, La., j
writes June 8th, 1901: "I had malaria
fever in very bad form, was under j
treatment by doctors but soon as I .
Flopped taking their medicine the fever ;
would return. I used a sample bottle j
of llerbine. found it helped me. Then
bought two bottles, which completely j
cured me. I feel grateful to you for i
furnishing such a splendid medicine, '
aii'l can honestly recommend it to those
suffering from malaria, as It will sure
ly cure them." Herbine, 50c bottle it !
Elvey' &.' Hulett's, the live druggists.
Tli" man who makes a fool of himself
only paves some one else the trouble.
Che national Bank of Arizona
CAPITAL (pai.l up) . . SIOOO.OCO
SLKPLIS AND PROflTS . . . 50,000
) ,MU, G A N ?i
J. J. SWEENEY....
E. Oanz, Sol. Lewis, Edward p:isele,
Jos. Thalheimer, J. Y. T. Smith.
Chas. Goldman, S. Oberfelder.
; The Home Savings
Pays 4 per cent interest
Accounts may be opened for one
or by mail.
A handsome nickel steel safe is furnished depositors free of charge.
Call at the banking office and learn all about our plan for making
savings pay an Income. 1
The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. U'O.OOO.CO.
CHARLES F. AINSWORTH. President; R. H. GREENE, Vice Pres
ident; FRANK AINSWORTH, Cash'er.
DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster, R. II. Greene.
Frank Ainsworth, Harvey J. Lee.
PAID UP CAPITAL , 'W.0W
WM. CHRISTY, President. J. C. KI I? K PATRICK, Vice President.
W. D. rCLWILEn. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY. Asst. Cashier.
Drafts Issued on all of the Important cities of the United States and Europe.
Dls'-ount commercial paper and do a generel banking business.
OflW hours, 9 a. tn. to -1 p. m.
I 1 RIC "I'of:ri: M. II. Sherman. Wm. Chrtrtv. K. .?. Meimilt. J. t . Kirkpulrick.
.). S. Kin. M. . I.. Kiilwili-r. I.lovd II. C hi isty, Gcoi I . 'lui.-iy.
CORK KSPON DENTS: American Exchange Natioiml Hank, New York: Ainerl
enn Exchange National Bank. Chicago; First National Bank. Los Angeles: Bank
rf Arizona. ProooU. Arizona: the Angi n-r.-i II fornia Bank. San Pranr!rn Cal.
STANDARD .IRON WORKS
1 icalers in
New and Second Hand Machinery
Complete list of stock on hand furnished on application.
Coastings in Iron and Brass.
Machine Work Promptly Attended To.
Telephone 571. PHOENIX. ARIZ.
IT'S JUST A COUGH
that gets your lungs sore and weak and
pavis the May for Pneumonia or Con
sumption, or both. Acker's English
Remedy will stop the rough In a day
and heal your lungs. It will cure Con
sumption, Asthma. Bronchitis, and all
throat and lung troubles. Positively
guaranteed and monyr refunded if you
are not satisfied. Write to us for free
sample. V. II. Hooker & Co., Buffalo,
N. T. T. F. Hudson Pharmacy.
II may be cowardly to show the white
feather, unless you are a milliner.
WORLD WIDE REPUTATION.
Whiter Cream Vermifuge has
achieved a world wide reputation as be
ing the best of all worm destroyers, and
; for its tonic influence on weak and un
thrifty children, as it neutralizes the
acidity or sourness of the stomach, im
proves their digestion, and assimilation
or iooa. strengthens their nervous sys-
tern and restores them to the health,
it.oi aim tiusumj- 01 spirits natural
to childhood. 2:.c at Elvey & Huletfs,
c.m: nc urusjisis.
1'he bigger the man the harder it is
J for him to squeeze out of a tight place,
i Philadelphia Record.
"I had a running. Itching soie on mi
les:. Suffered tortures. Doan's Oint
ment tcok away the 'burning and itch
ing instantly, end tiuickly effected ier
mar.ent cure." C. W. Lenhart. Bowl
lnu Green, O,
'it's a physical impossibility for some
people to live within their income, be
cause they haven't any. Philadelphia
'It's the little olds that grow into big
colds: the big colds thiit end in con
sumption and death. Watch the little
eclds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syr::;).
President Roosevelt, in an address
yesterday advised the poor not to envy
the ricu. He might as well tell people
not to long for curly hair. Atchison
Hah" the ills that man is heir to come
i from indigestion. Rurdock Rlo iJ r.it-
,ach. In:ikes ingestion impossible,
! , ,
takes his own tim
Wagg "That isn't
the worst of it; he takes other peo
ple's." Philadelphia Record.
' Accidents come with distressing fre
quency on the farm. Cuts, bruises,
stings, sprains. Dr. Thomas' Electric
Oil re'iiev s the pain instantly. Never
saf3 without it.
A woman likes to have her husband
rick abed, so he will be glad he is mar
ried to some one who loves him enough
i.o mak things for him to eat that he
nates. New York Press.
FALLING HAIR STOPPED.
Da'.dr.ess Cured by Destroying the Par
asitic Germ That Causes It.
Raldness follows falling hair; falling
hair follows dandruff: and dandruff is
the result of a gtrm dipging its way
into the scalp to th root of the hair
where it saps the vitality of the hai
To destrov that germ is to prevent as
well as cure dandruff, falling hair. and.
lastly, haldress. There is mily one
preparation rni n to do that New
uio's HM-!ici(le. an entirely nm, Sri
! entitle discovery. Wherever it has been
: trid it has proven wonderfully suc-
cessful. It can't be otherwise, because
i it utterly destroys the dandruff germ.
"You destroy the caure, you remove the
; effect." Sold by leading druggists,
j Send 10c in stamps.-for sample to The
Herpieide Co., Detroit. Michigan.
Bant and Trust Co.
on all tcne deposit
dollar or more, either
O B N 1 X
Is the place to get a nice suit
case, bag or trunk at a reason
able price and good goods. Old
trunks taken in exchange. Keys
fitted. Phone AZZ West
Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Go.
A il K'ode of Machine Repairinq Dose Sfcort Notice
25-33 North Second Street
J 08. Thalheime r. Tres. ; T. T. Hurley, V jce-I'rcs. ;
Louis Mskzcr, Treas.; Ale. Kheinstein, f?ct'y
NEW "AND SECOND HAND AT
' Bargains in unredeemed pledges, suc'i
as watches, guns and bicycles.
No. 41 North Center Street.
THE CLUB STABLES
One block north of Hotel Adams on
North Center Street. Ntfbby turnouts,
b'afe and speedy stock.
W. I.. GEORGE, Proprietor.
105 rooms. All modern convenience
A etrlttly flrt-clas8 and modern hotel
Sample rooms for cornerclAl men.
We carry full lines of
everything. We bare a
big etore, We do a ig
business, but can do
more JjtjtJLjfiJj .i.1
X When la Prescott It will please u to
X have you call nl get ac'inalnwa
Strictly on the European pian. Room
by the day, week or month. Fineri
bar and club rooms In the outawest.
BROW, SMITH & BO-CilER,
The Best Beer that is used in
the Territory. Send
H. D. STUTHMAN,
Distributing Agent for ArUoruu
Barber Shop and
Should receive your patronage when In
Prescott. Everything strictly modern
and first-class. Palace Building, Mon
t N .BAIIEY, Pros.. Better knows "Casev."
NOW CORNUCOPIA CLIB
Incorporated Juno 18. 1002
la open to members and their rueate
only. For membership see either ol
ne directors, William Widrner. presi
dent; Ed Ruppeit. vice president, cr
Robert F. Doll, Alex Rhelnstein, A. R
McCalmley. directors, or the steward st
the clubhouse, three and one-half mile
east, on Tempe road.
J. H. W. JENSEN,
Treasurer. Secretary end Steward
rVtRYTKING URST CLASS
MRSCHFELD. PERMNS & GIBSON g
T m-n m w c 1 1 r
. Hit I'ALALt
IliaSCHHlD & FIRKINS, Props.
Imported and Domestic Wines
Liquors and Ctgsrs
Phoenix - Arizona
Yon Must iStop
for a cool room and
quiet night's rest...
The Williams House,
ENLARGED nd STRENG Til EN ED J
Vlroroun, Satursl indllU ttlililiecl and MM.
falntii (omiiMi', Itupld lr rlupmrM mf .Normal
Function! anil lr.. An Utitatltlti:. Olrhlillo luetliocl.
neifertcl by excellence: endnrft-u ly luitlieet author
ity. l-iillftfi-oiml ot the iyrem, with reterem-e. mailed.
In plain. Koalril letter on reMiie-t. 5tri-tol ronMileti.e
observed. w e en-ially tout: I nifiuii y Irom iiren who
have been deceived and Tti f iuuzert oy tlie quark.
Address ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. N.T.
ft,. ,' ),' fftrV t-U UJU1.J!
A POSITIVE CURE
if f Iia 111 ftrlaur ftnrt Diumapil
Kidneys. No cure no pay.
Cures quickly nuu rerma
nently the worst cases of
Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no
matter ot liow long stand
ing. Absolutely harmless.
Sold by druggists. Prloe
M.U), or by mail, iostpald,
l uu, 3 mixes a.io.
THE SAHTAL-PEFSIN CO..
Fifleld k Ualiagtier
Ellmsti FiirnlRhed lloomt i 1-12-13
O'Melll Building P. O. box b"3,
Phounix. Arixone.. -
Geo. H. aallag-hr
Of the County of Maricopa, Territory of
In the matter of the e.-tate oT Henriet
ta Von S. Latham, deceased. Notice
of sale of real estate at private sale.
Notice is hereby given, That in pur
suance of an order of th? Probate Court
in and for the County of Maricopa. Ter
rit'ry of Arizona, made on the 2,'th
day of May, 1!03, in the matter of the
estate of Henrietta Yon S. Latham, de-e;.s.-d,
the undersigned, the executor
of til" last will and testament of said
decedent, will sell at private sale, to
the highest bidder, subject to confirma
tio.i 'by said Probate Court, on Thurs
day ih th day of June, 1903, at 10
o' lock a. in., at tht; office of Harry L
Latham, at number North Center
stteet. in the City of Phoenix, in tho
said County of Maricopa. Territory of
Arizona, the following described real
pionertyt to-wit: Lots 2, Z, 4, 5, 6, 7,
!. in Latham's Addition to the City of
Phoenix. Markopa County, Arizona
Teiritory. according to the plat of said
addition filed in the ofhYe of the County I
Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona.
Lids will be received at the office ofj
Hurry 1. Latham, formerly the office ofj
Weiriek & Latham.
Terms of Sale: Fifty per cent of
purchase price at the time of sale and
balance on confirmation.
HARRY I. LATHAM. .
Executor of the last will and testament
of Henrietta Vim S. Latham, d?-
Dated May 23th. lSf'3.
First publication May 27.
IN THE PRORATE COURT
Maricopa. f'ounty. Territory
In the Matter of the Eestate of Ernest
W. Young, dfceased. Order to show
cause why order of sale of veal estate
Hio'.ild v.i I be made.
!t appealing to this . i::t. by tiie pe
tition this ';;;.- prcs'Mit?il and file-I by
Katie F. Young, the exeevtrix of th'
last will :nd testame.-.t of Ernest V.'.
Young, deceased, thai il i niTPsary
to sell the whole or fome portion of
the real ertate and personal property of
TJsai'.l decedent to pay the deb'.s of de
cedent and the experses and chargts
It is therc.toie ordered by this court:
That all persons interested in the es
tate of said deceased ij pear before the
said P:obae Court 'on Friday, the
Ir.th day of June, A. D.. 13(13. at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. rn.. of said day, at
(the court room of said Court, at the
'court house in the city of Phoenix.
j Maricopa County. Territory of Arizona.
to fhn..' cause why an order should
not be granted to said exec utrix, to
sell so n-.in-h of th? said real es
tate as shall be necessary and that a
copy of this order be published four
siuc-essive weeks in the Arizona Re
publican, a newspaper printed and pub
lished in th-? Mid County of Maricopa.
Dated May Cth. 190.1.
J. C. PHILLIPS.
Ju lee of the Probate Court.
First pub. May 7. lm
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Homestead Entry N'o. 2673.
Department of the Interior, Land
office t TucFOn. Arizona, May 5,
Notice is hcrehy piven thnt the fol-
lowins-ii.'iiiied retller luis filed notice
f his intention to make lln;il pronf in
tippiui of his l:iiin. and th-it said
pricf will h mnde l.efurc the t'lerk of
(lie Dirdrict Court ;il phoenix. Ari"na.
mi .M"!'i;iy, .inpc- i:;cj;:, viz.: .Maine
.1. Muru'aii, widow cf .l.-hn P. l'ii.in.
icct used, .if lVnria, Arizona f'r the HE
', Sec. S. T. '' N. R. .1 10., (!. S. R. 15.
II-.' names Use following witnesses to
novo his (i t'.tmuoiis residence up'n
and cultivation of suid land, xiz:
Ulysses (1. Yowiiff. Richard A. Tuck-
ey. i'.liam A. Hood and Archie W .
Bennett, nil of Peoria. Arizona.
MILTON R. MOORE.
First publication May 7. l'.'O.
pnrttnent ft the interior, oflice of In
dian affairs, Washington, D. C. May 4,
1 !:;. Scaled proposals endorsed "Pro
posals for Addition to Hospital, Phoe
nix, Arizona," and addressed to the
commissioner of Indian affairs, Wash
ington, D. C, will be received nt the
Indian oflice. until 2 o'clock p. m. of
Wednesday. June 3, 1003, for furnish
ing the necessary materials and labor
required to construct and complete an
addition to brick hospital, with plumb
ing and electric lisht. at the Phoenix
Indian School. Ariz., in strict accord
ance with plans, j-.pec-ifications ami in
structions to bidders which may be ex
amined at this oflice, the ofliccs of th'i
Arizona Republican. Phoenix, Ariz.:
the Herald of Ixs Angeles, Cal.; the
Builders' and Traders' Exchanges .it
Omaha. Neb.; Milwaukee, Wis., and St.
Proposals for addition to hospital, de
Paul, Minn.': the. Northwestern Manij-
i t'j! re
I'C !.' l!'
j.ivi at ttKr school For further inform-
For Quick Sales.
SO A. Ea. of Glendale 5 miles, and AVs
miles N. W. Phoenix, with W. R.
in Arizona. Only $30 per A.
180 A. 4 ml. East of Glendale and uli
ml. N. W. of Phoenix, W. R. in
Arizona. Only $30 per A.
1CU A. 4'i mi. N. W. of Phoenix. .'
miles Ea. of Glendale. W. R. In
Arizona. Only $20 per A.
A SECTION BARGAIN.
640 A. Only miles W. of Phoenix,
also ! ml. S. W. Glendale, with
W. K. in Grand. Only $15.60 per A.
N. V.. On account of the great specu-
jlation in sugar beet lands, these prices
will hold good only as long as this ad.
TAYLOR CD. 50N
Estate and Mining Investments,
11G North Center Street.
ation apply to.'. W. Goodman, Supt.,
Phoenix, Ariz. A. C. TONNER.
First pnbli. ation May 12th. 1903.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Homestead Entry No. 317.
Department of kl.e Interior, Land
Of!ice at Tucson, Arizona, May 12,
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has fUed notice of
his intention to make final proof In
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of
the District Court at Phoenix. Arizona,
on Monday, June 13, 15-03. viz.: Hugh
Robberson. o Agua Caliente. Arizona,
for the S.W. N.W. Vi & N.W. i S.W.
; Sec. 23. and S.E. U N.E. H Sec. 26.
T. 5 S.. II. 11 W.. G. & S. R. B. & M.
He names the fo'.I-vwir.g witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Frank Raxter, of Agua Caliente, Ari
zona: James Phillips, of Agua Cali-nte,
Arizona: Ooige T. Grove, of Agua
Caliente. Arizona: IUt:ry A .Gun.i, of
Agivi 'alient. Arizona.
MILTON R. MOORE. Register.
First publication May 14. l!i"3.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of James G. Henshaw, de-ceas-d.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, executrix of the last will
and testament of James G. Henshaw,
deceased, to the creditors of and all
persons having claims against the sai-i j
deceased, to c".rnoit mem, witn .in?
necessary vouchers, within ten month?
after the first publication of this no-
tice to the said executrix at house No.
704 West Madison street, city of Phoe
nix, the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said es
tate, in said county of Maricopa.
MELISSA M. HENSHAW.
Executrix of the last will and testa
ment of James G. Henshaw, deceased.
Dated Friday, this 13th day of May.
First publication May 16.
IN THE PROBATE COURT
Of the County of Maricopa. Territory of
In the mutter of the estate of Jacob
Heinsohn. deceased. Notice by clerk
of ch:y fixed for hearing return of I
fale of real estate. i
Puisuar.t to an order of the probate
court, made on the 20th day of April.
1H03, notiie is hereby given that the
California Safe Deposit and Trust com-i
pany. as executor of the last will and .
t st:' nent. of said deceased, made to
the said court, and filed in the oflice of j
the clerk thereof, on said day. a return j
of sale made hy it on the 16th day of !
May, lttfct. under a previous order oi
saidK'ourt. of the following real estate,
and fur the following named sum, to
wit: The east one-half (Eli) of lot No.
ten (KO. in block No. 21, city of Phoe
nix, county of Maricopa and territory
of Arizona: also lot No. three (3). in
block No. four (4). in Montgomery's
addition to the city of Phoenix, county
of Maricopa, territory of Arizona. That
the first above described property was
sold to Joseph Thalheimer for the sum
of $10.(00.0,t. That the said second
above described property was fold to,
Julia A. Lount for the sum of J275.00, as
will more fully appear from said return j
filed as aforesaid, and to which refer
ence i.s hereby made for further par
ticulars. And notice is hereby further given
thit Tuesday, the 2nd day of June, 1903
' at 10 o'clock a. m., at the courtroom of
said court.' at the courthouse in Phoe
nix, county of Maricopa, has been fixed
lor hearing the said return, when and
where any person interested in the said
estate may appear and file written ob
jections to the confirmation of the said
! sale, and may be heard, and may pro
j duce witnesses in support of such ob
Dated May 21st. 1903.
GEORGE KIRK LAND, Clerk.
First publication May 23.
At any rate the married woman's life
is not miss-silent. Philadelphia Rec
ord. We sell the greatest of blood purifiers,
Acker's BlocxJ Elixir, under a positive
guarantee. It will euro all chronic and
other blood poisons. If you have erup
tions or sores on your body, or are pale,
weak or run down, it is just what you
need. We refund money if you are not
satisfied. CO cents and $1.0". T. F. Hud
The average man would rather foot
the collector than the bill. Chicago
Try Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver
Tablets, the best physic. For sale bj
all druggists. I
Wise is tin; man who
enough to let bad enough
WHAT IS TIIE USE
of suffering from Indigestion If you eat
what you want, or of starving yourself
to avoid such distress? Acker's Dyspepsia-Tablets
taken after eating will
digest your food perfectly and free: you
from all the disagreeable symptoms of
Indigestion and Dyspepsia. Eat what
you like at any time, and take an
Acker tablet afterward. Positively
guaranteed. Your money will always be
refunded if you are not satisfied. Write
to us for a free sample. W, H. Hooker
& Ci, Buffalo. N. Y. T. 1'. Hudbuii
All advertisements running (or less tWn
FOR SALE Camp at Iron Sprinus.
Fine location. See J. Ernest Walker,
real estate, loans. Insurance.
AUCTION This afternoon at 1 p.. m..
Si South 1st Ave., will sell as follows:
One Kranich & Rach piano. 1 Estey
organ, 1 milk cow, all kinds of saving
machines and bicycles, bedroom
suites, cots, mattresses. ro.'kers,
chairs, picture frames, extension ta
ble, washing machine, matting, car
pets, books, lamps, dishes, ice box,
gasoline, cooking and blue flam' oil
stoves, lawn mower, also chest of ar
penter tools, etc. Phoenix Auction Co.,
Geo. F. McLtsn, Mgr.
FOR SALE 160 acres under Salt Tanal.
some Improvements. $10 per acre.
Sugar beet land under Arizona. $13
per acre. THE VALLEY REALTY
"0.. Center St.
rem SALE Ruggy. $20; two-wheeled
cart. $10. Come quick. N. E. co.
Sth and Desert Sts.
FOlTS.LE TiiltetTfor Denver. Box
FOR SALE Good horse and buggy.
Can be seen any afternoon this week
at Adams drug store.
FOR SA LE 6-acre tract, with small
brick house, double adobe chicken
house; horse, harness and buggy: 20
rods chicken wire; garden imple
ments: all goes for $35u; entire lot In
alfalfa; suitable for chickens or gar
dening; under Salt canal, with plenty
water for Irrigation: situated on line
of Phoenix & Eastern R. R., 3 miles
east from 7th St. Call on C. Baker it
ranch or address R. F. D. No. 1.
FOR SALE Park hotel at Glendale; a
good chanee. Address John Lehman,
FOR SALE Household furniture con
sisting of chairs, tables, baby car
riage, tables bed room sets, etc., at
C3.3 North 7th ave.
FOR SALE Ranc hes, , choice city lots
and residence property. THE VAL
LEY REALTY CO.. 13 N. Center St.
SALE On installment plan.
modern brick cottage, good location:
money to loan on first-class ral es-'
tate. THE VALLEY REALTY CO.,
13 N. Center St.
FOR SALE 100-acre ranch with water
right under Arizona canal, with $5,000
brick house. Fine water and good
water works with water piped all
through house. Fine barn and other
outbuildings. Also 160 acres without
water right that I will sell cheap.
This is your chance. AddresB P. O.
box 133. Tempe. or call on Francis
Frazier at the Titus ranch.
FRANCIS FRAZIER. dealer in Para
dise valley lands. This valley has the
strongest underflow and the finest
water in the territory. Address box
133, Tempe, or call at the Titus ranch.
FOlt SALE Nice furniture
Wert Adams street.
roc; f-Ac-r- Apricots at I cent per
pound in my orchard Hi miles north
west of Glendale. J. D. Bivens.
FO 1 1 SALE ATri nunc wheeiFs
as new. Aei leaving town. (Von for
cash. Call machine shop, corner 2nd '
and Adams streets. I
THOROUGH BRED hatching
stamp for catalogue. Oakland Poul
try Yards. Dept. 14, box 2602. S. F. '
FOR SALE Upright Estey organ: bed
room suit: stoves and other articles.
Inquire 602 South Third avenue.
FOR SALE A Densmore typewriter
No. 2. in good condition. Apply at
FOR RENT Furnished house, close in.
with snade. Apply to E. E. Prowell.
230 South First Ave.
FOR RENT Th ree furnished rooms
for holelf eniniy eon; lil a u-ith '
good shade. T.46 W. Madison.
FOR RENT Furnished brick house of
four rooms. Owner desires to take
two meals per day with family in ex
change for rent. Address P. O. box
FOR EXCI IANGE Forty acres of
land in California for house and lot
in Phoenix. H. Riddle, 17 N. First ave.
FOR RENT In the Anderson block,
the best located storeroom in the city,
with basement; also some of the most
desirable office rooms In the city l;i
suits and In single rooms on second
lloor. Apply to L. E. llewins, No. 42
East Adams street.
FOR RENT Two room furnished
house at Cave Creek. Address J. D.
lloiick. Cave Creek.
FOR RENT Two small cottages and
housekeeping1 rooms; shady. 428 S.
FOR RENT Furnished and unfurn
ished houses; 'all sizes, kinds and
prices; also, houses, lots and ranches
for sale. W. K. James, room 5, Nich
A waitress at Phoenix ho-
WANTED A milker. Meadow Farm
Dairy. R. C. Baker, Prop. -
WANTED Lady bookkeeper and cash
ier at once. Apply N. Y.. this oflice.
WANTED A firtt-class cook,
early. Sixth Avenue hotel.
SALESMAN WANTED To sell our
hardy northern grown nursery stock.
Cash advanced weekly. Address Ore
gon Nursery -Co.. Salem Or.
AGENTS WANTED in this territory to
sell the Underwriters' Fire Extin
guisher, "Examined under the stand
ard of the National Board of Under
writers by the National Fire Protec
tion Association and approved for
use." Our success means success for
our agents. Quick sales: large pro
fits and a permanent business can he
secured. Knight & Thomas. 31 Cen
- tral St., Boston, Mass.
WANTED At once, two good carpen-
fV!2. I""'IV!!CV f'JV R. II. ('.!!!! ll Of-
ftie ;f Pho-nu- Lif-hi w FiprJ Cn-
f fi i i t t f T i f Tl
tnaa one month must be pid in dsc
Address 238 W. Jaikscti.
RELIABLE man wants job taking full
charge of herd of 20 or 23 creamery
cows for the summer. Address Milk
er, Munroe lodging house.
WANTED Position as children's nurs
or housework; prefer leaving city.
Miss Selma Johnson, care of Mr.
Glassford. Rural Route No. 3.
WANTED Situation as assistant bar
tender; six months' experience. Ad
Jres R. E. Mlsner. Capitol Hotel.
FUR"NfsHEirrooms.-,two-orjr brw W.
for light housekeeping- or lodging.
No sick people. 91 North 4th Av-
bOAKU with or without rooms at The
Dorris. 32 S. Second .ve.
FURNISHED ROOMS Ue;. otbTt h :
also housekeeping rooms; nice shade;
no Invalids. 207 E. Biichanan St.
. Lost and Found .
STRAYED One brown mare, branded
W. L. on the left hip. and one sorrel
' horse, with white face, no brand, wire
cut on right shoulder. Acldress Otis
Amnlor. Meridian Box. Phinlx.
.ofel A pair of gold-rlmmed spec ta
cles, in a case with Dr. Pratt's name
on It. Return to this office and re
STRAYED OR STOLEN One small
bay mare, white In face, point of right
' ear split, 3 white feet, left front foot
and both hind feet.. Will pay $3 for
the return of the same to the Five
Points. Phoenix, Ariz. T. H. Jones or
E. J. Keeney.
FOR $20o you can irarn a good trade in
two months, and get a business pay
ing tlOO per month. . T. H. Joh'ison.
247. E. Washington.
WANTED A buggy umbrella. N. X'.
McKlnnon. Box 553. city.
W A N TED To buy or rent horse, har
ness and top buggy. Address L. G.
Singleton. R. F. D. No. 3.
STENOGRAPHER, office Arizona. WT
ter Company, want piece work.
SUMMER dresses and fine underskirts
laundered at 350 E. Linc'n St.. cor.
WANTED By a healthy man. a nice
furnished front room In healthy fam
ily, with privilege of bath and per
mission to kee a dog. Must not be
more than five minutes from Wash
ington and First streets. Will be per
manent for summer. Address A. li.
C. this office.
WANTED To buy a small improved
ranch of twenty or forty acres, with
permanent water right. Address,
giving full description, location, price,
etc., James H. Land, general delivery.-
WANTED To trade a medium Pized
square piano and sewing machine for
city lot or lots, or for a runabout.
In'I'jire at 2222 ". Washington St.
. WANTED To buv land nnd-r th Ari-
zona canal, with or without
right. Address Box 1151.
j NOTICE The "natural bridge" is the
ideal summer camping place of Ari
zona, end now that there Is an ex
cellent wagon road, tourists will have
no difficulty In driving right don to
SITUATION WANTED Ab experi
enced mal" nurfe; will accompany
patient going ast for car-fare: best,
of references furnished. Address or
call at 34 East Washington street.
WANTED Ten inches or more of Sail
canal water. C. H. Snidow, Valley
WANTED Cheap lands under the Ari
zona canal: with or without water
rights; cash. Address Box 1173.
WANTED You to know that we will
pay you cash for your second-hand
goods, or will exchange new ones for
them. Dorris-Heyman Furnltur Co.
MRS. ELIZA .A. EDWARDS, expert-
enced card reader, tells past, present
and future. Ladles, 25c; gentlemen.
50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner
of Third street.
CLOTHING or delicacies for the poor
and sick can be left at the rooms of
the Women's Christian Temperaac
Union, corner of Monroe and Central
Ave. They will be carefully distri
buted. Those In need please call.
D L. CONNOR. .steormt.b Th onlr
graduate In the territory uiidr th
founder of the science. 1 r. A. T. Still.
American School of hdeopathv. Klrk
ville. Mo. Office 8 West Adams. Phoe
nix, Aril. Office phone Res. phone
FO R FASH ION PLATB HAIR " (TT
TING Try Tanner. Commercial Hotrl
Barber Shop. Fineit baths for both
ladles and gentlemen In the city.
E. E. PASCOE. Notary Public. Convey
ancing a specialty. Acknowledgements
taken. 110 North Center street.
THOS. J. PRESCOTT-Corporation and
Commercial Law a specialty. Rooms
6-8-10 Cotton block. Phoenix. Artx.
"Arthur 3. Edwards.
13 S. Center St .
FA! NL.KSS removal of corns or bunions,
prices 50 cents each. Privacy assured.
Day or night. Fashion Barber thou.
basement, cor. Center and Washington
St Tel. rwii Frank Sh)rly.
The fellow- who thinks he can flatter
all women Hatter himself. Philadel
H you desire a goo-l complexion iiw
Moki Tea. a pure herb drink. It m ts on
the liver and makes the skin siio..lh
and dear. Cures sick headache. I.
Cls. and uO cts. Money refunded If it
does not satisfy you. Write to W. II.
Hooker & Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.. for free
sample. T. F. Hudson Pharmacy.
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