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THE AIIIZCXNA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY HORNING. JUNE 3, 1903.
11 4. Pg!Cgg,BSffKS FIRMS. fjotel BurRe AMERICAN PLAN. FRESCOTT, - ARIZONA 105 rooms. All modern convenience. A strictly first-class and modern hotel. Sample rooms for eomerclal men. The Bashford - Burmister Company WH0L181XS AMD BIT! II. DHAL1BS IS General Merchandise Presoott, Arlsona We carry lull lines of everything. We have a big store, We do a big business, but can do more j J J J J J J when In Prescott It will please us to 'Sj. hare you call an-? get acquainted THE FRESCOTT. ARIZONA. fitrirtbr on the European plan. Room by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rooms In the southwest. BROW. SMITH & BELCHER, Proprietors. RAINIER. BEER. The Best Beer that is used in the Territory. Send orders to H. D. STUTHMAN, Distributing Agent for Arizona. FRESCOTT. ARIZ. SIxtl-i Avenue HOTEL now open under New Management. Everything first class. Tran sient rates $2 per day. Call and sec us for special rates by the month. TIVOLI GARDEN NOW CORNUCOPIA CLIB Incorporated Juno 18. 1002 Is open to member and their guU only. For membership see either of tne directors, William Widmer, presi dent; Ed Ruppert, vice president, or Robert F. Doll, Alex Rheinstein, A. R. McCalmley, directors, or the steward at the clubhouse, three and one-half milei east, on Ternpe road. J. H. W. JENSEN, Treasurer. Secretary and Steward. Tiir uArrM i ll I riL aiur riYiani EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS Michelob Beer on Draught HIRSCHFELD. PERKINS & GIBSON Proprietors . 4--HK-4 4"H s ....inn ivujux.... ? ..I tit KALALL.. HIRSCHfELO & PIRKINS, Props. Imoorted and Domestic Wines HiRSCHf EID & PI RKINS, Props. 3 Liquors and Cigars Phoenix Arizona 4 If fr a ry Ana undeyeluplu PARTS cf the BODY ENLARGED STIiENG THEfiLUi V!c5i-ou, Nntnrol Condition established nd SUS- F-"eilon. ..! Me. An unfailing kmm.UIic etl.cjd. rvrfwtM by experience: endore-l by Inchest aullior tv. K.:llKe, omt ot the aystrni, with referen.-M. ";. In plain, sealed letter on reouest. sirl.-ten coiiltilenee observed. , e esre'-lallv mUr. t inoii.ry from men who have been deceived and Victimized by ti e ciuat-ks. AddrcHS tHIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO.W.Y. Scoffs Santal-Pepsin Capsules A POSITIVE CUKt For In flummat ion or Catarrh of the Bladder and Diseased Kidneys. No cure no pay. Cures quickly aud I'erma nentlv the worst cases of Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no matter of how long stand ing. Absolutely harmless. Sold bv druggists. Trice J1.00. or by mail, postpaid, ,1 00, 3 boxes il.10. THE SANTAl-PEFSIN UU., elLLEFONTAINt, OHIO. GOODMAN'S PHARMACY. AGENT. You Must Stop for a cool room and quiet night's rest... The Williams House, WW Fifield & Uallagner SENEEAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS . Intimates Furnished Roomi 1 1-12-13 O'Neill Building P. O. Box 673, Phoenix. Arizona. Joe Flfleld Geo. H. Qallag-her LESHL RDVCBTISEMENTS. IX Till: PflOBATE COURT Of the County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In the 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 25th day of May, 1903, in the matter of the estate of 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. ni., at the office of Harry I. Latham, at number North Center street, in the City of PhoeVdx. in the said County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, the following described real property, to-wit: Lots 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8. in Latham's Addition to the City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona 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, formerly the office of Weiiick & 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 Von S. Latham, de- ceased. Dated May 25th, 1903. First publication May 27. IN THE PROBATE COURT Maricopa County, Territory Arizona. Of of In the Matter of the Eestate of Ernest W. Young, deceased. Order to show cause why order of sale of rcui 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 and testament of Ernest W. Young, deceased, that it is necessary to sell the whole or some portion or the real estate and personal property of aid decedent t.i pay the debts of de cedent and the expenses and charges of administration. It is therefore ordered by this court: That all persons interested in the es tate of said deceased appear before the said Probate Court on Friday, -"flic 3th day of June, A. D.. 1903. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. 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 sell so much of the said real es tate as shall be necessary and that a copy of this order ce puousneu iour successive weeks in the Arizona Re publican, a newspaper printed and pub lished in the said County of Maricopa. Dated May 6th. 1903. J. C. PHILLIPS. Judre of the Probate Court. First pub. May 7. 19C3. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homestead Entry No. 2G73. Department of the Office at Tucson, Interior. Land Arizona, May 5, 1903. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and that said proof will b made before the Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix. Arizona, on Monday, June 8. 1903. viz.: Mable J. Morgan, widow of John R. Morg.ni. deceased, of Peoria, Arizona for the ' 4 Sec. 8, T. 2 N, R. 1 E., G. & S. R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upm and 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. 1903. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homestead Entry No. 3517. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Tucson. Arizona, May 12. 1903. Notice is hereby given that the 101- lowingMi.lmed settler has filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and that said proof will b5 made: before the Clerk ot the District Court at Phoenix, Arizona, on Monday, June i, iwj, viz.: nugn Robnerson. of Agua Caliente. Arizona, for the S.W. U N.W. Vi & N.W. V, S.W. Sec. 2r.. and S.E. V N.E. '4 Pec. 2C. T. 5 S.. R. 11 W., G. & S. R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Frank Baxter, of Agua Caliente. Ari zona: James Phillipr. of Agua Caliente, Arizona; Gcoige T. Grove, of Agua Caliente. Arizona; H: my A .Ounn, of Agua Caliente. Arizona. - MILTN R. J.lonnK, Register. First public a lion May 14, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of James G. Henshaw. dc lh" ceased. Nolicc is hereby given by 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 the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this no tice to the said executrix at house No. 701 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 l.'dh day of May, iya rir.-t publication Hay lr. CATARRH April S, 19)3. 1 received the two bottles of Kiker Ilorf Cure and Pave used it for ca tarrh with success. I am nearly out of medicine now and would like to try it further. There are a. good many cases that come under . my care', and if it still proves good will use it ex tensively. J. J. COURTNEY. M. D. Birch Tree, Mo. Twelve Hundred mors testimonials like the. ahove, together with full de tails of positive cures, can be had at Klvev & Hulett's. , These T,2rtt) testimonials, if printed In this newspaper, would fill eight full pages. They show more genuine and voluntary evidences of cures of chron ic cases" of Catarrh. Consumption. Asthma and Bronchitis than all other so-called "cures" can show in the en tire historv of their business. FOR SALE AT Elvey CEL. Hulatt'a TRIAL BOTTLES free liv mail, postpaid, by addressing the Eiker Drug Co., 1J William St.. New York City. MINING NOTES. ' C. F. Riblct look a tia'tv out to tne Backhorn mines on Saturday, returning- to Prescott last evening. Among those taking the trip was A. E. Sup piger. the photographer, who per formed a feat in photography prob'ibly never before attempted. The shaft on the Buckhorn mine Is nearly 200 feet deep and is on an incline. Mr. Sup pinger took a photograph of the shaft from the mouth to the bottom, under an exposure of fifteen minutes. He made a good success of the picture.- Prescott Journal-Miner. o TAX ON BABIES. Extreme hut weather is a great lax upon the digestive power of babi-s: when puny and feeble they shou'.d be given a few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge, the childrens' tonic. It will rtimulatc and facilitate the digestion of their food, so that they soon become strong, healthy and active. 25c at El vey & Huktt's. All waves are more or less dangerous :snd the waves of a pretty girl's hand kerchief are usually more. Chicago News. A SPLENDID REMEDY. Neuralgia pains, rheumatism, lum bago and sciatic ptlns yield to the pentrating influence of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It penetiates to the nerves and bone, and being absorbed into the tUvod. its healing properties are con veyed to every part of the body and effect some v cr.derf u! cures. Mr. D. F. Moore, agnt Illinois Central Rail way. Milan. Tenr... states: "I have used Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism, backache, etc.. in my fain- i'y. It is a splendid remedy, not do without it." 2r.c, T.Oc at Elvey & Huktt's. We could I and $1.00 . I Thp man li spends a dollar a day I on cigars and two dollars on drinks is ( (;()b, -ather continues cool with always indignant at the extravagance j hin .;,,- Rowing crops are doing of the man who keeps a horse instead! wt'.. ,..in,,e UrVi ut browse plentiful; New York Pres. 1 keeping catti" in good c onditioc J. F. r i Gerald. Mr. H. P. Burbage. a student at law, ijne Cold and windy: heavy frost: in Greenville, S. C. had been troubled j ,dm.,gig early gardens and fruit; for four or five years with a continuous j fiUTncrs still busy planting, as an un cough which he says, "greatly alarmed usually good crop is expected this year; me, causing me to fear that I was in Kood wheat and rye c rop this spi':ig. the first stages of consumption." Mr. j Burbage. having seen Chamberlain'-: Cough Remedy advertised, concluded 1 to try it. Now read what he says of it: j "I soon felt a remarkable change anJ after using two bottles of the twenty five cent size, was permanently cured." I Sold by all druggists. j About the most helpless thing on earth is an automobile seven miles" from a country store with its gasoline tank run dry. Chicago News. WON'T FOLLOW ADVICE AFTEU PAYING FOR IT. In a-recent article a prominent phy sician says. "It is next to impossible for the physician to get his patients f) carry out any prescribed court'e of hy giene or diet to the smallest extent he has but one resort left, namely, ths drug treatment." When medicines "are used for chronic constipation, the most mild and gentle obtainable, such ns Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver Tab lets, should be employed. Their use is not followvd by constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condition. For sale by all drug gists. Professors of physical culture lack the nerve needed to recommend the wocid-saw and wash-board. Chicago News. Try Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver Tablets, the best physic. For sale bj all druggists. The man who holds the ladder at the bottom is often of more benefit to the world than the one who climbs to the top. Chicago News. IN Til E PROBATE COURT Of the County of of A 1 Ma ri op: izona. Tenit'iiy In the mailer of the estate ol" John Van Tuyle. deceased. Notice for Porting of Settlement of Account. Notice is hereby given that G. B. Richmond. Iho executor of the last will rnd testa 1 cent of Joint Van Tuyle. de ceased, has rendered aud pix-scnt?d for settlement, and filed in said Court, his annual account of his administration of said estate: and that Saiurd::y. the ISth day of June. 1903. at 10 o'clock a. m.. r.t the Court-room of said Court, at the Court House in Phor-nix. id said Maricopa County, has been duly ap pointed by the said Court, for the set tlement of said account, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his excep tions in writing to the said account and contest the same. Dated June 2nd. W". GEORGE KIRK LAND, Cklli'.-. Weekly Crop Bulletin For the Week Ending June 1. 1903. The early part of the past week was cold and windy, but the latter part was very warm and much more favorable for growing crops In the colder sections of the territory than the previous week. But little rain has fallen during the week, though there were some light rhowers in some sections. In the lower Colorado valley the supply of irriga tion water continues ample for all pur poses. In parts of Graham, Navajo and Yavapai counties there is still suf ficient water, but the supply is dimin ishing. Over most of the territory, however, the supply Is diminishing considerably, and in some localities vegetation is suffering for lack of wa ter. In Maricopa county the supply of water is low, and in some localities crops are beginning to show the effect of the short supply. In the colder sections of the territory replanting of crops killed by recent frosts is in prog ress. Grain harvest is in progress in the? lower agricultural valleys, wilh fair to good yield. There has been some damage to the spring sown grain in the colder sections of the territory by frost. Continued damage by bugs is reported from Graham county. The second crop of alfalfa is being harvested in the lower agricultural valleys. In some sections the crop is short. There is not t sufficient irrigation water for this crop in Maricopa county. The first crop is nearly ready for harvest in the colder sections. Potatoes, corn and gardens are doing well, except where injured by frost, and in these latter localities some recovery is reported. Much dam age to fruit has resulted from frost in the colder sections of the territory, but in the lower agricultural valleys the fruit crop is large. Much of the earlier fruit has already been marketed. Ranges are drying up considerably, but feed is still generally plentiful. Cattle are generally reported to be in good condition. EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF CORRESPONDENTS. APACHE COUNTY. Greer High winds most of the time frost every night, keeping grain and gardens nipped to the ground. Ellis W. Wiltbank. Eagar Co'd and windy all week; frosty nights: gardens being replanted; all fruit killed by frost and wind: last two days warmer. Mrs. J. Udall. COCHISE COUNTY. Continued cold nights days, except that the 29th Pool imly and was 1 a very hot day. Water has been drying up in watering holes, and irrigating water is getting short. Cattle are in good condition. J. J. Pool. COCONINO COUNTY. I-rt-es Ferry First part of week was J very warm; latter part was cloudy and cool: crops are very good, better than was expected, owing to the condition of the weather; first crop of alfalfa ready to cut: fruit crop is good; cher ries are ripe: apricots are nearly ripe. Clara Emett. Flagstaff The early part of the week was ciuite cool, but the latter part was much warmer; all crops planted are doing well; plenty of water and feed on the ranges. E. L. Renoe. GILA COUNTY. K. C Miller. GRAHAM COUNTY. Blue Weather very cold: fruit most ly killed; wind very high; nothing do ing much good 011 account' of cold and high winds: water supply still gocc; all stock doing well. C. B. Martin. Central Grain being harvested; threshing begun; grain damaged by bug: potatoes in bloom; other garden truck looking well; water scarce; weather quite warm: nights cool: sec ond crop of alfalfa will be light. A. S. Porter. Matthews Days warm: nights cool: grain being harvested, but damaged by bugs at least 50 per cent; second crop of alfalfa nearly matured; coin and sorghum still being planted: wat?r getting low in canals, but plenty so far for irrigating purposes: sto.-k look ing well; garden truck fair. Jno. S. Waddill. Metcalf Weather coed: garden truck coming on slowly: water very scare; greatly in need of rain. C. H. McLean. Pima Wii.dy first part of week: cool nights; western green stink bug stili damaging grain crops; cool nights re tard ripening; water very low in canals; some corn being planted; latter part of week warmer with less wind: stock on range in good condition, but feed is drying up. II. Wcccli. MARICOPA COUNTY. Alhambra Warm weather has been good for melons and fruit: New Castle apricots nearly gone; figs growing well: grain harvest about here crop is fair; second crop of alfalfa is being cut. Elliot Evans. Experiment Station Farm General crop conditions about normal: recent maximum temperature of 107 degrees not marked in its effects on crops; early plums and peaches ripening; second crop of alfalfa being harvested; insufficient water for any considerable irrigation of alfalfa fields. G. Y. Mc Clalchio. Mesa Weather quite pleasant during past week, aud all crops 111 line condi tion, with grain ha rveslipg well ad vanced: some grain already shipped: water getting quite low in canal:;; figs ripe and 011 market: melon vines do ing nicely; ground in line condition yet I for cultivation. C. L. Dichl. Mesa Very warm: water sen reel v sufficient to do any irrigating; second crop of alfalfa very short: very little will be cut for hay, but will make good seed if left for. that purpose; very little marketable hay in the val ley. W. H. Wallace. Orme Weather hot and windy; qrrain rincnlnc very fast: alfalfa mak.113 fine growth where there is sufficient moisture; no water for irrigation J. p. Orme. MOHAVE COUNTY. Truxlon Late frosts have killed nearly h" lender garden t-lynt; one vcrv viiiJ- day dr:td up vcx;t-liU'ja Cheap Dirt Dirt Cheap. SUGAR BEET LAND NEAR GLEKDALE. Buy quick if you want to make money. J, ERNEST WALKER, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance. 14-16 South Second Avenue. very much; alfalfa ready to cut. Geo. W. Brewer. NAVAJO COUNTY. St. Joseph Latter part of week, warm; fine weather for field crops and garden vegetables; alfalfa blooming; corn up; irrigating water plentiful; range very good: cattle and flock In excellent condition. Hans Nielson. Snow-flake Weather moderating, al though nights are cool enough to freeze ice; no prospects for fruit. Miss Kthel Smith. Winslow First part of week cold: latter part nice and warm; crops grow ing fine; wind lias done considerable damage to tiie range, as well as 011 the farms; alfalfa just begun to bloom; planting in full progress; water plenti ful for irrigation, but supply dimin ishing. F. M. French. YAVAPAI COUNTY. Gilbert High winds are drying up the ranges very fast; all crops looking well: weather very warm. J. Gil bert. Placerita Replanting was commenc ed after frost and is about finished; warm weather with high winds; range good, but drying up; all the stock in good condition. J. W. Cool. Prescott Weather warm, good for corn; water supply good; ranges and stock in good condition; fruit crop ruined in nearly all locations. Warren E. Day. Skull Val'ey Practicaily i.ll fruit in this vicinity was killed by frost on the morning of the- 19lh. In some places alfalfa and young grain were also bad ly damaged; high winds early part of this week were followed by higher temperature; feed drying rapidly. E. Somervillc. Stoddard High winds during day: cold nights with light showers; har vesting begun; crops very good; corn, potatoes, and garden truck doing well: apricots and figs getting ripe; other fruits doing well. E. Rosenberg. Taylor Weather the past week was favorable for growing crops: garden truck looking nice. Miss Maggie Mc Cleve. Woodruff Crops have made good I growth; lucerr. two weeks litei' than ! last year; grass on range good: plenty ! of water for irrigation. H. A. Hatch. I YUMA COUNTY. Yuma The weather during the w eek h.is been much warmer, and all crops are doing well; cucumbers were in I market early pari of week; water j abundant. F. I. Ins'tlls. ' Yuma All crops have done considcr- iibly better this wek because of less 1 wind and warmer weather. The har I vesting of especially early c rops of cu I cumbers, summer squash, figs, apricots. and strawberries is alMiut finished, j Water is plentiful, but the Colorado river is now at th- 23:i foot stagi. S. I Hae kett. HOT WEATHER WEAKNE: If you fc-el fagged out. listless and lacking in energy, you are perhaps suf fering from the debilitating effects of summer weather. .These symptoms in dicate that a tonic is needed that will ct eat? a healthy appetite, make diges tion t.erfeet. regulate the bowels and impart natural activity to the liver, j This. Hot bine will do: it is a tonic, laxative and restorative, i I. J. '"ree- gard. Prupr.. Grand View Hotel. Cheney. Kan., writes: 'I have used Herbine for the last 12. years, and noth ing on earth can beat it. R was rec ommended to me by Lir. New ton. New ton Kan." 5i c at Elvey & Hulett's. If that New York doctor who can bring dead uogs to life can do anything j for political has-beens the proceeds from his practice will soon make him so rich that he will not want, to keep any dogs. Chicago News. o FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS MBS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYKUP has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gutns. allays all pain, cures wind colic, ana is tne nest, rente lv for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. How a man proposes to a girl de pends on how she arranges he shall do it. Chicago News. o "Little Colds" naglected thousands of lives sacrificed every year. 01. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup cures little colds cures big colds too, down to the very verge of consumption. When a man gets a girl in a quiet corner and kisses ner nanu sue uti.i like the man who giX'S to the races to bet on a sure thing, but walks home.-' New York Press. o Terrible plagues, those itching, pest ering disease s ot l lie skiii. 1 uc .111 e uu to misery. Dean's ointment cures. At any drug store. It takes a woman with open-work stockings and a transparent shirt waist to make the hot wt-:Uhcr man look like; an unconse Ionable liar. New York Press. Impossible to fores&e an accident, impos-sible 1 be prepared for it. Thomas' Electric Oil. Monarch p.-i in. Nut Dr. over It is said , that forty-nine languages are spoken in Boston, and some enter prising natives are trying to make it an even fifty by learning to speak English. Chicago News. ; O Two million Americans suffer the tor turing pangs of dyspepsia. No need to. lPu-.l-'ck Blood Billets cures. 'At any dru -,tort. l 9..1. t. . 1. .y. ,t. J- , A - t. AJ 'yWYYVVTV v vvv v v 'f 'i' v v v v yyi Popular 4..k..x..;..x...;..m- All advertisements running for less lime For Sale FOB SAI.K milk cows. -Pasture for 25 head of Address W., Republican ofl'ce. FOR SA LE Light harness, cheap. Harrison streets. s-prir.g wjgo:i Cor. So. -4th Mexican store a nd i V nnd FOR "SALE AT A "BARGAIN A "fine lot, with unobstructfd vi?w of (ican ami lagoon, at Playa del Rey, only 14 miles from Ios Angeles; street anil l.-jt graded; ready tor building. Address W. C. Campbell, room '201 Laughlin building. Los Angeles. Pal. FOR SALE Camp at Iron Springs. Fine location. See J. Ernest Walker, real estate, loans, insurance. FOR SALE 160 acres under Salt canal, some Improvements, $10 per acre. Sugar beet land under Arizona. Jl" per acre. THE VALLEY REALTY CO.. Center St. Fort SALE Good horse and buggy. Cun be seen any afternoon this week at Acir.inn drug store. Fort SALE 100-acre ranch with water right under Arizona canal, with Jj.OOO brick hot.se. 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 Fraaier at the Titus ranch. FRAN ; CI S" TRXziER.ealeTlrTPara dise valley lands. This valley has the strongest underflow and the finest water in the territory. Address box 1C3, Tempe. or call at the Titus ranch. FOR SALE Nice furniture; cheap 129 West Adams street. FOR SALE Apricots at 1 cent pet- pound in my orchard Hi miles north-! west of Glendale. J. D. Bivens. THOROUGH BPED hatching eggs; ! Ftamp for catalogue. Oakland Poul try Yards. Dept. 14. box 2G02. S. F. FOR SALE Upright Estey organ; bed room suit: stoves and other articles. Inquire C02 South Third avenue. FOR SALE A Densmore typewriter No. 2. in good condition. Apply at Republican office. For Kent FOR KENT Three furnished for housekeeping: reasonable; good shade. r46 W. Madison. rooms with FOR RENT Furnished brick house o: four rooms. Owner desires to tak two meals per day with family in ex change for rent. Address I. O. box 1476. Phoenix. FOB land EXCHANG E - For t y acres in California for house and In Phoenix. H. Kiddie. 17 N First ave FOR RENT In the Anderson block. the best located storeroom in the c ity, with basement: also some of the most desirable office rooms in the city i i suits and in single rooms on secona floor. Apply to L. E. Hew ins. No. 42 East Adams street. FOR KENT Two loom furnished house at Cave Creek. Address J. D. Houck, Cave Creek. FOR RENT Two fir housekeeping roams Center St. lall cottages and ; shady. 42S S. FOR RENT Furnishea and unfurn ished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices: also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, room 5, Nich olson building. Help Wanted WANTED Salesman: local or ing; salary or commission; free; experience unnecessary tra vsl outtit ; good income guaranteed: goods guaran- teed in every way: 1 ep'.accrnents al half price: agent allowed to retail I or wholesale: valuable territory giv en ,'ree. Perry Nursery Co., Roches ter. N. Y. ! WANTH1) At once, chambei maid and waitress at Sixth Avenue hotel. WANTEDSalesladies and salesmen at once at The Boston Store. Come early. WANTED Lady bookkeeper and cash ier at once. Apply N. Y.. this oflic. WANTED A first-class cook. Apply early. Sixth Avenue hotel. SALESMAN AVANTEDTo "sell - our hardy1 northern grown nursery stock. Cash advanced weekly. Address Ore gon Nursery Co.. Salem Or. Situations Wanted ANTED Situation by woman as cook: city or country. Enquire Mi'.U? house. 61S W. Washington St.. Room WANTED A position as cook or at general housework; close, to town. Address "Work." Republican ofhee. WANTED Light work on ranch: can take charge of ranch. 522 East Mon roe 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' experience. Ad dress R. E. Misner. Capitol Hotel. Furnished Booms FURNISHED room to rent or tu re for two rooms to sell. 53' - Fourth ave. furni- North BOARD with or without rooms at The Dcrris. 32 S. Second ave. FURNISHED ROOMS Use of bath: also housekeeping rooms; nice shade; no invalids. 207 E. Buchanan St. Lost and Found ONE rerria?kjli;T''-i pTacmaChas strayed from his home; one wing is cut off to prevent flying too far: in formation as to his present place of abode, or return to Tlvoli garden, now the Cornucopia club, will be reasonably well paid fe-r. J. II. W. J'.n-.cn, t'ceictar;-. of I lot j - T Wants than one month must be paid in adaaca STRAYED One black horse: star Sr. face: weighs 1.2m lbs: age l' year; also one bay horse; black i.int?; branded A on thigh: we!gis Lleo: age 5 years. Mrs. L. P. Cole. Trn:. XTED To buy a gentle horse; suitable for lady. Apply at the Broadway ranch. James Deatoii. miles south of Phoenix. STRAYED One brown mare, branded W. L. on the left hip. and one se-rrel horse, with w hite face, no brand, wlr cut 0:1 right shoulder. Address Otis Amator. Meridian Bx. Phoenix. Miscellaneous Wants WANTED Spring wagon, suitable fr two iteple to make mountain tri. with or without top. Addres W. W. Himes. Phoenix ho-tl. WANTED 10 dozen sprir.g ihu k-ti-!. SO dozen Plymouth Rock h-Ts. Heghe's e'hoy House. Cente-r and Broadway. FOB eh-d-e lumhes. low est p:i--s. a a-1 satisfactory terms, nil! on W. Walt Edwards. Nicholson blk. WA NT ED To buy second - h.u.dphV- ton or low. wide seated buggy. Ad- diess Box 2. Prescott. PEOPLE who have prope rty to sr!l call and list Same with me as I ha many Inquiries for al! kinds of prop erty; business propositions as well. W. Wyatt Edwards, real estate. kat.s and mines. Nicholson blk. W. ANTED A buggy umbrella, city. N. D. McKlnnon. Box 55.1. WA NTED To buy or rent horse, har ness and top buggy. Address L. G. Singleton. R. F. D. No. 3. SITUATION WANTED As experi enced mal nurfe; will acerompany patient going east for car-fare: b-st of references furnished. Address or call at 34 East Washington street. WANTED Ten inches or more of Salt canal water. C. IL Snidow. Valley Pride Creamery. WANTED Cheap lands under the Ari zona canal; with or without water rights, cash. Address Box 503. WANTED You to know that we will pay you cash for your second-hand goods, or will exchange new ones for them. Dorris-Heyman Furniture Cc. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future. Ladles, 25c; fentlemea. 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 Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Central Ave. They will he carefully distri buted. Those in need please can. PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC. ! e E. PASCOE. Notary Public. Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledgements taken. Ho North Center street. ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. TliOS. J. PRESCOTT Corporation and Commercial Law a specialty. Rooms 0Cottonl.lock. Phoenix.Arf. Oliver P. Meirton. Artnur j. EdwardaT EDWARDS A MORTON. Lawyers. - i 19 S Center St. Phoenix. Aria CHIROPODY rAIXLESS removal of corns or bunions, prices 50 cents each. Privacy assured. Day or night. Fashion Barber S.Too. basement, ror. Center and Washington Sts. Tel. Frank Shirley. Moggs I see you are writing p-wtry. Boggs. Do you have any trouble wiiU your meter? Boggs (absently) No. my lar-iK rd took it out. o 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 h-? need not pay a cent for it." says C. P. Ry der, of Pattens Mills. N. Y. "A few days later he walked into the store a straight as a string and banded me a dollar, saying, 'give me another bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I war.t U in the house all the time for it cured me. The For sale by all druggists. only time the devil ewr gets is when he hangs around a fooletl woman Press. with a new babe. New i"t CONSTIPATED ROWELS. To have g'?od health, the !! should be kept in a laxative i-ondition. ard the- bowels moved at least once a day. so that all the poisonous wastes ar expelled daily. Mr. G. L. Edwards. 112 N. Main St.. Wichita. Kansa.-. writes: "I have used Herbine to regu late the liver and bowels for the past ten yearF. and found it a reliable reme dy." 50c at Elvey & Hulett's. Women have to learn to flirt tbe way fish have to learn to swim. New York Press. REALTY BRGAIS. For Quick Sales. SO A. Ea. of Glendale 5 miles, ai.-l t' miles N. W. Phoenix, with W. B. in Arizona. Only r.i p r A. ItiO A. 4 mi. East of Gle-ndalc and 5'. mi. N. W. of Phoenix. W. K. in Arizona. Only ?3u it A. 160 A. 4i mi. N. W. cf Phoenix. miles Ea. of Glendale. ". K. iu Arizona. Only J2 per A. A SECTION BARGAIN. t',4i A. Only ! miles W. of Ph-w-nix. also 9 ini. S. W. Glendal-. with W. R. in Grand. Only JlVtW p-r A. N. B. On ac count of the great specu lation in sugar beet lands, these; price will hold good only as long as this ad. appears. TAYLOR a SON Real Estate and Mining Invrvt!U.at US North Ceuttr -trcet. 1 1 i Maiiupe, .Vvf!9f