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THE ATIICXNA REPUBIilCAK: TILES DAY MORmNG JTJXE 2, 1903.
11 PRESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. Hotel Burke AMERICAN PloAN. PRESCOTT. - ARIZONA 105 rooms. All modern conveniences. A strictly first-class and modern hotel. Sample rooms for coroercial men. - t Tho I Basliford - Burmister f :: Company $ 4. t t dbalibi ih ! General Merchandise PreBCott, Arisona f t T V v Wo carry full linen ol everything. We Lave a big store, We do a big business, but can do more j X When lu Precott it will ple&ie na to j. hve you call auiJicct acquamwa v THE PALACE PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Etrlctly on the European plan. Room by the day, wefk or month- " Finest bar and club rooms In the southwest. UROW, SMITH & BELCHER, Proprietors. RAINIER. BEER v? The Best Beer that is used in the Territory. Send orders to H. D. 5TUTHMAN, Distributing Agent for Arizona. PRESCOTT. ARIZ. SixtH Ave n vie HOTEL iiow open under New Management. Everything first class. Tran sient rates $2 per day. Call and see us for special rates by the month. TIV0LI GARDEN NOW CORNUCOPIA CLIB Incorporated June 18. 1902 Is open to membert and thlr fufti only. For membership see either of Lie directors, William Wldmer, presi dent: Ed Ruppert, vice president, oi Robert F. Doll, Alex Rhelnsteln, A. R. McCalmley, directors, or the steward al the clubhouse, three and one-half mllet east, on Tempe road. J. II. W. JENSEN, Treasurer. Secretary and Steward THE HOFFMAN EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS Michelob Beer on Draught IIIRSCHf ELD. PERKINS & GIBSON Proprietors 4 .THE PALACE t 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 T OOOO 00 HIRSCHHID & PERKINS, Props. 4 Imported and Domestic Wines 4 Liquors and Cigars 4 4 Phoenix - Arixona 4. HX3E2S3BSW WE h H And UNDEVELOPED PARTS of the BODY ENLARGED "d STRENGTHENED! Vlroroun, Nulnral Condition established and mfr tallied, toiuoletr. Upld Iev-loplnt of .Normiil l uiu-tlona and hlir. An oiitaiimK. i-iitirie method, pertorlcd by experience: endored by !nt;liet autlior itv. full account ol the sya'eni, with references, mailed. In plain, sealed letter on reiniest. strii text confidence, observed. eespo-ially soiic tinnniry Irom men who iTe been deceived and Tictnuized by tie (macks. Address ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BOFFALO.W.Y. Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules APOSITIVECURE KorlnflnmmationorCatarrh of the Bladder and Diseased Kidney?. No cure 110 pay. Cures quickly aud Perma nently the worst cases of Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no matter of how lout; stand-In-. Absolutely harmless. Sold by druggists. Price S1.00, or by mail, postpaid, l uu, 3 boxes a.ia. THE SANTAL-PEFSIN CO., PKbbcrvn rr., wniv GOODMAN'S PTIARMACT. AOKNT You Must Stop for a cool room and quiet night's rest... The Williams House, If I ia,r Maricopa, Arizona. The Home Savings Pays 4 per cent interest on all time deposits Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person 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. i The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZE!! CAPITAL, JHX) ,000.00. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH. President; It. H. GREENE, Vice Pres ident; FRANK AINSWORTH, Cash'.er. nuiECTORS Charles F. AInsworth. W. C. Foster, R. II. Greene, Frank AInsworth, Harvey J. Lee. Capitol, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, $500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. Wi Solicit Your Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Kinil innz. President, s. olx-rlclder, ticdiier. Get One or Our ill 1 1 Tin I w i iii swum n mm im iiiiiiimi THE VALLEY BANK C I ' I1 II O K N IX PAID UP CAPITAL '.. -$100,000 SURPLUS 25.0U0 WM. CHRISTY. Ptesldent. J. C. KIRK PATRICK, Vice Presldest W. D. KULWILKU. Cashier. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Asst. Cushler. Drafts Issued on all of the Important cities of the United States and Europe. Discount commercial paper and do a generel banking business. Office hours. 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. 1I Ri: 'TOItS: Al. H. Rhcrman. Wm. Christv. H. J. Rennitt, J. C. Kirkpatriek, J. S. Filield. . T. Eulwiler. Llovd H. Christy, George I). Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: American Exchange National Hank, New York; Ameri can Exchange Natlonul Bank, Chicago; First National Bank, Los Angeles: Bank of Arizona. Prescott. Arizona: tho Angl o-Oalifornia Bank. San Francisco Cal. PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY W'Orli-iv-'r 'as', hag or trunk at a reaon- JVw'ir--f W STANDARD IRON WORKS Dealers in New and Second Hand Machinery Complete list of stock on hand furnished on application. C castings. in Iron and Brass. Machine Work Promptly Attended To. Telephone Z"'.. Fifieid & Gallaper 6ENEF AL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Kstlnte Furnished Rooms 1I-1J-13 O'Neill Building P. O. Box 573, Pfeoeidx. Arlxoua. Joe Fifleld Geo. H. Oallaffher THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adair.a on North Center Street. Nobby turnouts. Pafe and speedy stock. W. L. GE0RGC, Proprietor. LEGAL ADVERTISSMCfiTS. IX THE PROBATE COURT Of the County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In th matter of the estate of 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 the Probate Court in and for the County of Maricopa, Ter ritory of Arizona, made on the LTth day of May, 1903, in the matter of the estate o'f Henrietta Von S. Latham, de ceased, the undersigned, the executor of the last will and testament of said decedent, will sell at private sale, to the highest bidder, subject to confirma tion by said Probate Court, on Thurs day, the 4th day of June, 1903, at 10 o'clock a. in., at the office of Harry I. Latham, at number North Center street, in the City of Phoenix, in the said County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, the following described real property, to-wit: Lots 2, 3, 4, 5. C, 7, 8, in Latham's Addition to the City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arixona Territory, according to the plat of said addition filed in the office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona.. Bids will be received at the office of Harry I. Latham, formeily the office of Weirick & 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 Ilcmictta Von S. Latham, de ceased. Dated May 2".th, 1003. First publication May 27. IN THE PROBATE COURT Of Maricopa County, Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Eestale of Ernest W. Young, deceased. Order to show cause why order of sale ol reut estate should not be made. It appearing to this court, by the pe tition this day presented and filed by Katie F. Young, the executrix of the last will nnd testament o; Ernest W. Young, deceased, that it is necessary to sell the whole or some portion of the real estate anil personal property of paid decedent to pay the debts of de cedent and tht expenses and charges of administration. It is therefore ordered by this court: That all persons intere-sted in the es tate of said 2cea?ed appear before the 8b Bank and Trust Co. Sul. !.( ;, Vice-I'reMdent. .1. .1. Sweeney, As'l. I ie-Iiier. Little Home SafcH, Tnim ' able price and Rood Roods. Old trunks taken in exchange. Keys fitted. Phone 2301. 433 West Washington. PHOENIX. ARIZ. Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Co. A il K:nde ol Machine Rnpairrnrj Don. on Short Nolii. 25-33 North Second Street Jos. Thalheimtr, Pres. ; P. T. Hurley, Vice-Pre s. ; Louis Melczer, Treas.; Alex. Rheinsteiu, Sec'y O. -S. WILEY, Manager ;said ProMte court on Friday, the nth day of June. A. D.. 190S. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. 111.. of said day. at the court room of said Court, at the court house in the city of Phoenix. Maricopa County, Territory of Arizona, to show cause why an order should not be granted to said executrix, to fell so much of the paid real es tate as shall be necessary and that a copy of this order be published four successive weeks in the Arizona Jle- publican, a newspaper printed and pub lished in th said County of Maricopa. Dated May Cth. 190H. J. C. PHILLIPS. Julpe of the Probate Court. First pub. May 7. 1903. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homestead Entry No. 2073. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, May T. 1503. Notice Is hereby given that the fol l'c.vir g-named pettier has filed notice of his intention to mt'ke final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will bj made before the Clerk of the District Court nt Phoenix. Ailzona, orl Monday, June 8. 1H03. viz.: Mable J. Morgan, widow of John B. Morgan, deceased, of Peoria, Arizona for the SE 14 Sec. 8. T. 2 N. R 1 E., G. & S. R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his tcntinuous residence up;m ami cultivation of said land, viz: Ulysses G. Young, Richard A. Tuck ey, William A. Hood and Archie W. Bennett, all of Peoria. Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication May 7. 1503. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homestead Entry No. 3."17. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Tucson, Arizona. May 12. VJ03. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice cf his intention to. make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof wiil be made before the Clerk of the District Court nt Phoenix, Arizona, on Monday, Juno U, 1T03, viz.: Hugh Robberson. of Agnii Oaliente. Arizona, for the S.W. M M.W. Vi &. X.W. Vi S.W. V, Sec. 25, and S E. V N.E. 'i Sec. 2fi, T. 5 S.. It. 11 W.. G. & S. R. B. & M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Frank Barter, of Agun Calienle. Ari zona: Jnrnes Phillips, of Agua Caliente. Arizona: Goige T. Grove, of Agua Caliente. Arizona: H-T.ry A .Gnnn, of Agua Caliente. Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication May 14. 1it03. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of James G. Henshaw, de ceased. 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 sail deceased, to exhibit them, with th? 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 beln? the place for the transaction of the business of said ts- f tate. In said county of Maricopa. MELISSA M. HENSHAW. Executrix of the last will and testa ment of James O. Henshaw, deceased. Dated Friday, this 15th day of May. 1903. First publication May 16. IN THE PROBATE COURT Of the County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of Jacob Heinsohn, deceased. Notice by clerk of day fixed for hearing return of sale of real estate. Puisuant to an order of the probate court, made on the 20th da.y of April. 1W03. notice is hereby Riven that the California Safe Deposit and Trust com pany, as executor of the last will and testament of said deceased, made to the said court, und tiled in the office of the clerk thereof, on said day, a return of sale made by it on the 16th day of May, 1W)3. under a previous order of said com t, of the following real estate, and fur the following named sum, to wit: The east one-half (EV6) of lot No. ten (10). 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 lo Joseph Thulheimer for the sum ;f Jl'l.OoO.Oi. That the said second above described property was sold to Julia A. Ijonnt for the sum of $275.00. as will more fully appear from said return filed as aforesaid, and to which refer ence is hereby made for further par ticulars. And notice I hereby further given that Tuesday, the 2nd day of June, 1 Ml 1.1 at 10 o'clock a. in., 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 h?ard, and may pro duce witnesses in support of such ob jections. Dated May 21st. 11103. GEORGE K1RKLAND, Clerk. First publication May 23. Why does nature so doggedly Insist on making people uncomfortable? Why not a little less rain now, and a. little more through July and August? At chison Globe. Try Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver Tablets, the best physic. For sale bj all druggists. Even the Lovely Character?, who like to read Wonderful Things in ihe maga zines, must admit in their hearts that they are dead tired of reading about Helen Keller. Atchison Globe. TOO GREAT A RISK. In almost every neighborhood ROme- one has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus often before medicine ;( could I procured or a physician sum-1 inoneiK A reliable remedy for thse diseases should be kept at hand. Th risk is too great for anyone to take. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy the lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine in. use. It can always be de pended upon. For sale by all drug gists. An elderly Atchison girl has been i confessing to twenty-eight years old so biavely and frequently that people are' "talking" and it has b-en discovered that she has been confessing to twen- ly-eight lor thrpe years. Atehisoi ( :1oIk. o WONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTEI PAYING FOR IT. In a recent article a prominent phy sician says, "It is next to impossible for the physician to get his patients ti carry out any prescribed course of hy giene or diet to the smallest extent he has but one resort left, namely, the drug treatment." When medicines are used for chronic constipation, the most mild and gentle obtainable, such as Chamberlain's Stomach &- Liver Tab lets, should be employed. Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condition. For sale by all drug gists. UNDER GOVERNMENT'S WING. "Whar yo" boy now?'.' some one ask.'d the old Georgia darky. "De ivover'iiiint's takin' keer or him." "Dat -o'.'" "Yes. Mill' He in de new fed'rul prison, wid a nice gray suit on him." Atlanta Constitution. A FARMER STRAIGHTENED OUT. "A man living on a farm near here came in a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism. I handed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and told him to use it freely and if not satisfied after using it he need not pay a cent for it." says C. P. Ray der. of Pattens Miils, N. Y. "A few days later he walked into the store as straight 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. TOOK IT AS A COMPLIMENT. "Yes," said his wife's mother. "I see it was a mistake for my daughter to marry you al all. She is just as differ ent from you in every respect as she can be." "Well, well." replied the great brute, "how you flatter me!" o HOT WEATHER WEAKNESS. If you f.e! f-gged out. listless and latking in energy, you are perhaps suf fering from the lt tilitating effects of summer weather. Ti.cse symptoms in dicate that a tonic is n :eSod lhat wl'.l c: ca t h-a!t appetite, make di 1 i ouc. tion perfect, regulate the bowel?; and impart natural activity to the liver. This, Heroine will do: it is a tonic, laxative and restorative. H. J. Free gard, Propr., Grand View Hotel. chen?y. Kan., writes: "I have used llerbine for the last 12 years, and noth ing on earth can beat it. It was rec ommended to me by Dr. Newton. New ton Kan." fX'c at Elvey & IKilett's. When poverty comes in at the door it is up to love to get out and hustle. Chicago New?. REALTY BARGAINS. For Quick Sales. SO A. Ea. of Glendale 5 miles, and 41 miles N. W. Phoenix, with W. R. In Arizona. Only $30 per A. 10 A. 4 mi. East of Glendale and 5i mi. N. W. of Phoenix, W. It. in Arizona. Only $30 per A. Kill A. 4V4 mi. N. W. of Phoenix, .". miles Ea. of Glendale. W. It. hi Arizona. Only $20 per A. A SECTION BARGAIN. '.40 A. Only ! miles W. of Thoonix. also !l mi. S. W. Glendale, with W. P.. in Grand. Only $15.C0 per A. N. P. On account of the great specu lation in sugar beet lands, these prices will hold good only as long as this ad. appears. TAYLOR (El SON Ileal Estate and Mining Investments, 116 North Center Street. Cheap Dirt Dirt Cheap. SUGAR BEET LAND NEAR GLENDALE. Buy quick if you want to make money. J. ERNEST WALKER, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance. 14-16 South Second Avenue. NO INDUCEMENT. The Twentieth Century Woman Put really. Dr. Preachly. is it not dreadful to think that there are to be no mar riages in heaven? The Up-to-date Parson Not at all. dear madam, when we remember that there are to be no rich men there. o Mr. II. P. Burbage. a student at law. In Greenville, p. C, had been troubled for four or live years with a continuous cough which he says, "greatly alarmed me. causing me to fear that I was in the first stages of consumption." Mr. P.tirhage, having seen Chamberlain' Cough Ilemedy advertised, concluded to try it. Now read what he says of it: I soon felt a remarkable change ani j after using two bottles of. the twenty- l live cent size, was permanently curea. I Onl.l 1,,. oil ,lr..r!clo INT-IAN ill.'STOM. O.i auuuui of il,e thieving propensi ties of the "pa'eface." the Indians have abandoned their old burial custom of belonging to the , of Bliss, I. T . is authority for the j statement that the Indians now place i money in the bank and put th-? certi ficate of deposit in the coftin for the 1 dead Indian to take along to the Happy j Hunting Grounds, as they have found I this t;i be a much safer method. I o HE WAS MOVED. Jack Were you moved when the old Kentlemau said you could never marry his daughter'.' TV. in Yrs. I v.a.- n.oved half way across the sidewalk. A WOMAN TO BE PP.ETTY Must Have Luxuriant and Glossy Hair, No Matter What Co'or. The finest contour of a female face, the sweetest smile of a female mouth, loses something if the head is crowned with .-cant hair. Statu and falling hair, it is now known. Is caused by a para site that buriows ii.to the scalp to the root o " the hair, where it saps the vi tality. Th. little white scales the germ throws up in burrowing are called dandruff. To cur."1 dandruff perman ently, then, and to stop falling hair, that germ must b--- killed. Newbro's Herpk ide. an entirely new result of the chemical laboratory, destroys the dan druff germ. and. of course, stops the falling hair, and cures baldness. Sold by leading' ciruggisls. Send 10 cents in Ftamns for sar.iple to The -Herpicide Co., Deuoit, Michigan. THE BISHOP WAS WRONG. Bishop Potter's advice to the people in the casual little allocutions which he is accustomed to deliver, is sometimes sound. Usually, however, it indicates that even a bishop may fail to inform himself properly on matters of public Interest which he ventures to discuss. In talking one evening to a church club of working-men. Bishop Potter thus addressed the reporters present: "Go to work, you gentlemen of the newspapers, who want wood pulp for your paiiers, and cut down the trees and see what a pesthouse you will make of New York. You can't have decent water unless somewhere or other you piovide the means for gathering it. There is certainly an imputation nere that the newspapers have been work ing for cheap wood pulp by advocating the cutting down of forests. The bis hop could not have made a graver mis take, as he would know if he took the trouble to go back and read what the New York papers had to say about the Lewis water storage bill when it was before tho legislature at tho last ses sion. This bill, which was advocated and lobbied fir by the wood pulp cam bine.tion. was one of the "grabs" which were defeated by tne practically unan-irnr-tjs d?num idt ion of the press .of this city. If any paper favored it. the fact has escu.Rrd our attention. There is scarcely a leading American newspaper that ..as not done more to stimulate a sentiment in behalf of for est preservation than all the clergy put together. New York Mail and Ex press. o CERTAIN OF ONE THING. loes you h'lieve de devil rides w hie hoss?" "Dunno, But I knows uis Whatever huss he 1 ides wtII : dar." much: !ho-' git rt JT tas7 fen I bad I a. 44.;h,44444-4 y444-4fr4.;, All advertisements running (or less time For Sale cm sa l.r; t irst-class surrey, new harness, excellent family horse a bar gain. W. Adams St. FOU SAI.K AT A BAUtJAlX A tine lot. with unobstructed view of ocean and lagoon, at Playa del Hey, only 14 miles from Los Angeles: street and lot graded: ready tor building. Address W. C. Campbrll. room 04 I.aughlin building. I.os Angeles. Cal. FOR SALE Five-year-old mare, har ness and new runabout: horse is gen tle and sound. Can be seen at Com mercial Corral. FOR SALE Camp at Iron Springs. Fine location. See J. Ernest Walker, real estate, loans, insurance. FOIi SALE 100. acres under Salt canal, pome Improvements, $10 per acre. Sugar beet land under Arizona. $15 per acre. THE VALLEY KEALTY CO.. Center St. FOR SALE Oood horse and buggy. Can be seen any afternoon this week at Adams drug store. FOU SALE G-ncre tract, with small brick house, double adobe chicken house; horse, harness and buggy: 20 rods chicken wire: garden imple ments; all goes for $3r,0; entire lot in alfalfa; suitable for chickens or gar dening; under Salt canal, with plenty water for irrigation: situated on line of Phoenix & Eastern H. 11.. 3 miles east from 7th St. Call on C. Haker t ranch or address It. F. D. No. 1. Phoenix. FOIi SALE 400-acre ranch with water 1 ight under Arizona canal, with 95,K0 brick house. F'ne water and good water works with water piped all through house. Fine barn and other outbuildings. Also 1C0 acres without water right that I will sell cheap. This is your chance. Address P. O. box 133, Tempe, or call on Francis Frazier at the Titus ranch. F I tANCIS "F"KAZTETtdealer 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. FOR SALE Nice furniture; West Adams street. cheap. 129 j FOR SALE Apricots at 1 cent per pound in my orchard l'i miles north west of Glendale. J. D. Bivens. FOR SALE A Tribune wheel as good as new. Am leaving town. Cheap for cash. Call machine shop, corner 2nd and Adams streets. TlIOIiOCGHBRED hatching eggs: stamp lor catalogue. Oakland Poul try Yards. Dept. 14. box 2602, S. F. FOR SALE Upright Estey"organ"7becn room suit: Ftoves and other articles. Inquire 602 South Third avenue. FOR SALE A Densmore Xo. 2. in good condition. Republican office. typewriter Apply at Ft )R RENT Three for housekeeping: gootl shade. ,'4j W, furnished rooms reasonable: with Madison. FOR RENT Furnished brick house of four rooms. Owner desires to take two meals per day with family in ex- thange for rent. Address P. O. box i 1476. Phoenix. FOR land EXCHANGE Forty acres of in California for house and lot rauuie, n .. r irsi ave. FOR RENT In the Anderson block. t ha Kact lnnltnrl t warry !- In 1ia I ... . .co. ... ...e udiiifiu, aiMi s-ome oi ine most; aesirabie office rooms in the city p.. suits and in single rooms on second floor. Apply to L. E. Hew ins. No. 42 East Adams street. FOR RENT Two room furnished house at Cave Creek. Address J. D. Houck. Cave Creek. FOR KENT Two small cottages and housekeeping rooms; shady. 428 S. Center St. FOK RENT Furnished and unfurn ished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, room G, Nich olson building. ! Help Wanted WANTED At once, chambermaid and waitress at Sixth Avenue hotel. WANTED Salesladies and salesmen at once at The Boston Store. Come early. WANTED Lady bookkeeper and cash ier at once. Apply N. Y., this offie". WANTED A fust-class cook. Apply early. Sixth Avenue hotel. SALESMAN WA XTED To sell our hardy northern grown nursery stock. Cash advanced weekly. Address Ore eon Nursery Co.. Salem Or. Situations Wanted j WANTED Situation by woman as cook: iity or country. Enquire Mills house. 618 W. Washington St.. Room '. WANTED A position as cook or at general housework; close to town. Address "Work." Republican office. WANTED Light work on ranch; can take charge of ranch. 522 East Mon roe WANTED Any Add' ess 238 W kind of li? Jackson. ht work. WANTED Position as children's nurse or housework: prefer leaving city. Miss Selma Johnson, care of Mr. Glassford, Rural. Route No. 3. WANTED Situation as assistant bar tender: six months' iexperience. Ad dress R. E. Misner. Capitol Hotel. Furnished Booms FURNISHED room, to rent or furni ture for two rooms to sell. 537 North Fourth ave. BOARD with or without rooms at The Dorris. 22 S. Second ave. FINISHED ROOMS Use of bath; also housekeeping rooms; nice shade; no invalids. 207 E. Buchanan .St. For Bent M"t"H"M M III M 1 1 1 1 VUHIlLiS 4 . 1 1 t ! t I tX ;.,l..;.iiMiMfr4..t..t.. ,t i than one month must be paid ia adtaaca Lost and Pound STHAY dDOnc '"black" horsed stiliT face: weighs 1.2l tbs: itte l' .ti. also on- bay hoie: black u..itu-; branded A on thigh: weigh t.Si-e. iige . years. Mrs. L. p. Cote. Tmi-. ONE remarkably fine tieacock h:i strayed from his home; one vkir.g i- cut off to pi event flying to far; in formation as t his present place ..f abode, or return to Tiv.li garden, row the Cornucopia club, will l reaonab!v well pai.i for. J. M. W. Jensen. Pecretarv. WANTED To buy a g-ntle b.r-e suitable for lady. Apvlv at the Broadway rar.ih. James Deal. a. miles south of Phoenix. STRAYED One brown mat l - T -I . . In ar . i.. on me ipii nip. ar.l on. s-.rr -l hors- with while fa. e. no brand. Hire cut on right shoulder. A.l.iress Amator, Meridian Box. h.-nix. str a ye i ort Stolen T srr ia : : hay mare, white in face. iihn of right ear split. 3 white feet, left front f.N.r and both hind feet. Will pay t". for the return of the same to the Fie Points. Phoenix. Ariz. T. H. Jones .r E. J. Keeney. Miscellaneous Wants WANTED To buy secomI-han. pha. -ton or low. wide seated buggy. Ad dress Box 2. Prescott. PEOPLE who have proj-rty t.i eil ;. .1 and list same with nie as I have many inquiries for all kinds of pr. p erty: business pf jfiilnns as well. W. Wyait Edwards, real estate, lout s Jind mines. Nicholson b!k. CH ick EXSVAXTEb Highest mar ket price paid. Hog he. WANTED A gentle pony for children to ride or drive. Address Dr. Stroud. 631 North Center. WANTED-A buggy umbrella. X. D. AlcKinnon. r.ox S.j3. city. W A XT E D To buy or rent horse, har ness and top buggy. Address L. c2. Singleton. R. F. D. Xo. 3. SITUATION WANTED As experi enced mal? nurse: trill accompany patient going east for car-fare; best or references furnished. Address or call at 34 East Washington street. WANTED Ten inches or more of Salt canal water. C. H. Snidow. Valley Pride Creamery. WANTED-Cheap lands under the Ari zona canal; with or without watr righ;. cash. Addiess Box ;V.. WANTED You to know that we will pay you cash tor your second-hand goods, or will exchange new ones for them. Dorrls-Heyman Furniture Co. ! MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS stum. enC((1 oari rM(W " 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 room of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Central Ave. They will be carefully dlatrl bnted. Those In need olease call- PROFESSIONAL v.3A5J PUBLIC. E. K. PA SCO E. Xotarv Public Conver ancing a specialty. Acknowledgement ! "IJ orxn yenteratreet. I ATTORNEYS-AT -LAW. 1 nus. j. fKKSCOTT Corporation tnl commercial iji a specialty. Rooms -8-H Cotton block. Phoenix. Aria 0uver p. Morton." Arthur T P.1 m - r. u AnlJrS AlOitTON. Lawyers. Center St. Pnoenix. Arl ! 13 S. HJROPODV PAINLESS removal of corns or buniom. prices M cents each. Privacv s--oire-l Day or night. Fashion Barber Sloo. basement, cor. Center and Washington Sts. Tel. 2ll Frank Shirlev. The preacher who received a f-e i. always jollier at a wedding than the guests, who bought presents. Atchi son Globe. A SPLENDID REMEDY. Neuralgia pains, rheumatism. lum bago and Fciatic pj.ins yield t. tl . pentratir.g influence of Ballard's S".o.. Limment. It penetiates to the r.eie- and bone, and being abyortxd into tl:-' blood, its healing .roerti'S are con veyed to every part of the N!y at 1 effect some wir.derfu! cures. Mr. D. F. Moore, agent B'.irois Central Rail way. Milan. Tent... state: "I have used Ballard's Snow Liniircnt for rheumatism, backache, et. .. in mv fjm- i'y. It is a splendid remedy. We ul ! not do without it." 2".c, ".'V and l at Elvey & Hulttt's. An Atchison man is so fend cf spin ach that his wife's fancy work for iwo months every spring consists cf wash ing out the sand. At hison Glob.-. TAX ON BABIES. Ext rent hot weather is a cr-at tux upon the dige;iv" ; over of l.il.ies. when puny tnl feeble they shn'..1 tiven a few roses of White's Cve.n Vermifuge, the children' ionic. It will stimulate and facilitate the d;.g--tioi. of th"ir food, s.i that they sea f. ir strong. liejlthy and active. 2- at K! ey t Hulett's. When Bill Roper appears at the Fifth street culvert. the disputants ha. k away from him: h conducts all h - lalculations in algebra, and ihe report has gone out that he also unders;!'..! geometry and trigenometry. At. hi..; Globe. CON STI P A T K D BO W ELS To have good heullh. the bxly should be kept in a laxative tonditioii. ard the bowels moved at le.isi rn.e a day. so that nil the pois-onous ales art expelled daily. Mr. G. L. Edward. Ii2 X. Main St.. Wichit;.. Kan-.i. writes: "I havf uv-ed Herhine to r.ea late the liver and bowels ;or the pa-: ten years, and found it a reliable ren.r dy." CCc at Elvey & Ilulftt's.