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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: S ATUK D AY MOKNTJS'G OCTOBEK 24, 1903, 7 iX y TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of the district clerk, the probate court and the county re corder is furnished by the Arizona Ab stract and Title company. The records for yesterday were: DISTRICT COURT.' Katie Siibra s. Shusheen Sabra: Di vorce. O. W. Johnstone, attornev. J. Ernest Walker vs. Auni-e Fowler :inil K. S. Kly: To iuiet title. Jamison X McCormiek. attorneys. RECORDER'S OFFICE. Logan oil anil Gas Co.. urt teles, in corporators W. A. Radley. II. S. Leh maii, C. Sehaffner; $500,000. The Russell Mining Co.. articles, in - 1 oi Krators A. R. Firkinson. J. C. Starr. J. P. Cappeau; $500,000. . II. II. Weiiick to Max Viault, release to lot 2. block 39, Churchill addition. E. J. Beiitutt, agent, to II. C. Bufurd. release to 23 head of cattle. M. y.. Satgeunt to Bertha Mengres, release to part of free 2 1 n, 3 e. Same to p. 11. F.enson and .vife. re lease to seVi see 8. 1 s, 4 w. George V. Marsan to lames W. Coi ."ins, release to itw'i "Vs sw",i eo a, 1 , 2 w. Same to same, release to same. M. Garcia and J. O. Diaz to Esper ar.za mining claim, location, Seymore mining district. Max Yiault and wife to Bertha C. Smith, mortgage to lot 2, look 33. Churchill addition: $1,200. J V. Collins and wife to George Y. Marsan. deer! to nwi sec 5, 1 , 2 v; $6,200. Instate of J. R. Belor.t to heirs, decree 1o ft'!, w i see 3. 1 s, 2 w; eb seVi sec C. I s. 2 w. B. I. Pecker and wife to Olendile Land Co.. deed to sV-. swi urul hVi n'j.sw'i swV fee 31. .1 n. 2 e; $1. HAPPY RESULTS OBTAINED. By the Use of the New Scalp Anti septic. It wouldn't take long to number the hairs in the heads of some people, the reason being they haven't many to number. In most instances, however, the fault is their own. A germ at the root soon plays havoc with the most luxuriant growth and causes It to fade ami fall out. A remedy for this Has recently been discovered called New bro's Herpicide that acts by destroying the germ that does the damage, besldef! removing all impurities from the scalp. In addition it permits - new Ufe and vigor to enter the scalp, and happy results are sure to be obtained from its use. Try it. Sold by leading drug gists. Send 10c in stamps for samp!-; to The Herpicide Co.. Detroit, Mich. AVakelin's Pharmacy, special agent. An undertaker's salesroom might bo appropriately termed a box office. Chi cago News. CAUSE OF LOCKJAW. Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a bacillus or germ vThich exists plenti fully in street dirt. It is Inactive so Jong as exposed to the air. but when carried beneath ' the skin, as in the wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty nails, and when the air is ex cluded the germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison Known. These germs may be destroy ed and all danger of lockjaw avoided by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely as soon as the injury is received. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes such injuries to hoal without matura tion and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment. It is for saie by all druggists. The fewer clotht-s a burlesque actress wears, more airs she seems to put on. I hiladelphia Record. MOTHERS. Who would keep their children In good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms, and remove them with White's Cream Vermifuge. It Is the children's best tonic. It gets di gestion at work so that their food does them good, and they grow up healthy itnd strong. 25c at Elvey & Hulett's. diplomatic e Hence is often the strong est protest that can be offered. Chi chi o Newp. WHY IT SUCCEEDS Betknse It't for One Thing Only, and Phoenix Is Learning This Nothing can be good for everything. Doing one thing well brings success. Doan's Kidney Pills do one thing only. They're for sick kidneys. They cure backache, every kidney III. Here is Phoenix evidence to prove It. L. S. Dunbar, proprietor of the fru'.t and cigar store, 33 North First avenu, residence 576 North Seventh avenue, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills are not a new remedy to me. We first used them in our family several years ago when living In Marietta, Ohio, where they ar considered a household necessity. They are the finest remedy for backache or any symptoms of irritated or weakened kidneys on the market. Shortly after moving here some three yearn ago symptoms of a recurrence of kidney trouble in our family became evident, and we tried to get Doan's Kidney Pills at several drug stores. They knew nothing about them and we sent to our druggist, Mr. Styer of Marietta for a supply. Noticing them advertised in Phoenix last winter when we required them we procured them at the Brisley Drug Co. 's store. They are a necessity in our household, particularly so when compelled to drink the water in Phoe nix. On every occasion when their use Is required they have never failed to bring prompt relief." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents per box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y.. sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and tak. no other. LEESHL ADVERTISEMENTS sto ck h olTd'e r s'"me? IN G? Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Santa Fe. Prescott and Phoenix Rail way company will be held at the office of the Company, in the City of Pres cott, Territory of Arizona, on Wednes day, the lSth day of November, 190:, at 12 o'clock, noon of paid day, ai.d will be adjourned to the 24th day of November, 1903, at 12 o'clock, noon of said day. for the purpose ol electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such othe business as may properly be brought before the meeting. Books for transfer of stock will be Closed November 3rd, remaining closed until December " 9th, 19il:l. Dated at Prescott. Arizona, this 21sl day or October. Iit03. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, President. WALLACE FAIRBANK, Seereta ry. First publication Oct. 23. 1D03. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given (hat the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Arizona and California Railway Com pany will be held at the office of the Company, in the City of Prescott. Ter ritory of Arizona, on Wednesday, the ISth day of November. 1903. at 12 o'clock noon of said day. ami will be adjourned to the 24th day of Novem ber. 1903, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before the meeting. Books for transfer of stock will be closed No vember 3rd. remaining closed until De cember 9th. 1903. Dated at Prescott, Arizona, this 21st day of October, 1903. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY, President. WALLACE FAIRBANK. Secretary. First publication Oct. 23, 1903. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE ARIZONA AND MEXICO GOLD MIN ING COMPANY. W the undersigned, do hereby asso ciate ourpelves together for the pur pose of forming a corporation under the provisions of Title Twel.-e. Chapter Two, of the Revised Statutes of Ari zona Tenitory of 1SS7. and all Acts amendatory thereof, or supplemental thereto, and i';r that purpose, do here by adopt the following Articles of In corporation. ARTICLE I. The names of the incorporators of paid Company, are Joseph Coi arid F. W. Fljerid-an residents of Phoenix, Arizona. The name of the Corporation shall bo the Arizor.'a and Mexico Gold Min ing Company. Its principal place of transacting business, shall be at the City of Phoenix. Arizona, and said Corporation may exercise all Its powers any where in the United States of America, and in the Republic of Mex ico. ARTICLE II. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by the eva poration, shall be ti acquire, hold, and operate mines, in the United State?, and the Republic of Mexico, and to se'l and; negotiate the same, and to transact all business Incidental thereto- to hold, purchase, or other wise acquire, sell, assign, transfer, mortgage. pledge. hypothecate. or otherwise dispose1 of shares of the Capital Sltxk of other CorjKirations and while holder of said stock, to exer cise all tlie rights and privileges of ownership, including the rigjit to vote the rame, to the same extent that a natural perron might do. ARTICLE III. The amount o.' the Capital Stock of the Corporation, shall be Five Hundred Thousand Debars, divided into five hundred thousand shares of par value of One Dollar each, and the time when, and the conditions upon which, said Capital Stock is to be pa hi in, shall b"1 regulated and provided for by tlu Board of Directors, provided, however, that when stock is Issued it shall bi deemed to be fully paid up, and for ever non-assessable. ARTICLE IV. Th? time of the cotr.n-.er.cf-ment of this Corporation- shall be the date Tf the filing- o. these Articles in th Office of the Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, and the termination shall b? twenty-five years thereafter. ARTICLE V. The affairs of this Corporation shall be rordurted by a board of directors consisting of not less- than five persons w'.io sha'l le stockholders. The first directors shall be. Joseph Co, F. W. Sheridan, J. W. Cope. Jose R. Ackle anl Carlos Pompa, who shall hold of fice until their successors are elected and qualified. Thereafter said Hoard of Directors shall be elected by the stockholders at the annual meeting thereor, to be held at the office of the Corporation, on the third Sat unlay of October, 1903, ami In each year there after on said day. Any director ceas ing to be a stockholder, fhall oeasrf to be a director, and the board of di rectors, shall have power at any time to fi?l vacancies therein. The officers of this? Corporation shall consist of a President, a Vice President, a Secre tary, and a Treasurer who shall be elected by th board of directors, after Its appointment or election, and any director may hold one or more of said offices. ARTICLE' VT. The highest amount of in I'btednes or liability, to which this Oonoration is at any time to pubject ItseL'. shall in no case exceed Fifty Thousand Dol lars ARTICLE VII. The prlvafe property of the stock holders of this Corporation, shall be c-xemr.t from arv ai.d all liability of the Corporate debts of this Corpora tion. find1 furthermore, that the Presi dent has a right at any tlm?. to ca.ll p meeting of the boprd of directors, as he may ifef-m fit, 'and state hi? reason for said call. In witness whereof, we htve here unto set our hands and sc-al this 17th day of October, 1903. JOSEPH COPE. (Seal.) F. W. SHERIDAN, (Seal.) Territory of Arizona, County of Maricopa. ss: Before me, David P. Kyle, a notary nubile !n and for said County, Arizona Territory, on this day personally ap peared Joseph Cope and F. W. Sheri dan known- to me to be the persons whose names are subscWb'il to th" foregoing: instrument as the imcorpora- tors of . the Corporation described in the foregrir.g instrument, and- ac- i knorledged to me that they executed the same for said Corpora tioni. for the ( purposes and' consideration therein ex- ' pressed, as It? fre net and deed, and by each of them voluntarily executed. Give under my hand and seal of of- Optimistic? Yes; Boomers? Nit. The reservoir will be built, railroads constructed, factories erected, great enterprises launched, Phoenix will become a great city, this valley a veritable paradise, but not in a day. BUY REAL ESTATE in quantities to suit your purse, then wait. The re sult will be satisfactory, if not surprising. WE ARE NOT SPECULATORS and have no options at high prices to unload. Our time is devoted to the interests of our clients and our bargains are for YOU. THE VALLEY REALTY CO. REAL ESTATF. Phone Main 36. fic this 17lh day of October, A. D 11)03. ' (Notarial Real.) DAVID P. KYLE. Notary Public. My commission expires Feb. 10, lfiOT. Territory cf Arizona, County of Maricopa. ss: I. H. F. McFalU County Recorder in anl for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregvlng- copy wit it the original Articles of Incorporation of tho Arizona and Mexico Cold Mining Company, filed and1 record eel i'n my office on the 19!h day of October. !!M3. in bcok No. 1!) of Incorporation, at page , atid that the same is a full true and cc rreet copy of suc h original andi of the whole thereof. Wilr.csr try hand and seal oP iffice. this 10th day of Oc tober. 19H3. P. F. McFALU County i:ecorJ."M (Recorder's Seal.) Ly A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. First publication October 22. 1W3. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. The annual meeting;' of the stockr holders of the Riverside Copper Com pany will Le held at the ollice of said cor ipany in the "Goodrich" I'.lk., i i the citv of Phoenix, county of Maricopa, territory of Arizona, on the 26th day of Oct.. 1903. at 12 o'clock m . to elect a board of directors ai.d officers for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may come before said meeting. C. II. THOMPSON', Secretary. NOTICE Or STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. The annual meeiing of th" stockhold ers of the Five Metals Company will be held at the office of said company i.t the "Goodrich" i:ik., in the? city of Phoenix, county o:' Maricopa, territory of Atizona. on the 2Cth da of October, I'j'il, at 12:30 o'clock p. in., to elect a board of directors and officers for the ensuing year and for the transaction of Kiich other business as may come b.--f.ire Fuid meeting. M. II. WELLS. Secret.'iry. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA, TER RITORY OF ARIZONA. In the matter of the estate of Gus tavo Sutro. deceased: in the matter of the estate of Charles Sutro, deceased: in the matter of the estate of Ad:lheid Sutro, deceased. Fjrsuant to an order of the Probit Court, made on the litth day of October. l'J03. notice is hereby given, that The reso Sutro. executrix of the estate of (lustave Sutro; Charle-c Sutro and AD fied Sutro, executors cf the estate of diaries Sutro, deceased, and Alfred Sutio. executor of the estate of Adel 1 eid Sutro. deceased, made to said court and filed in the oifice of the clerk thereof, on said clay, .i return of- sa'e made by each of them individually and lu conjunction with eaefi other, on the 2!Hh day of July. 1?03. under the pow er and provisions of the respective wills of their respective testa tors, whereby they sohl the following leal estate and for the following named sum, to-wit: each and every of the above named executors sold for !!2?.:!3 an undivided one-third (1-3) inter ;st In and to the east halt'CA) of section twenty. (20) township 2 N. range 2 K. of Giia .ii id Salt River base and merllian, in the county of Maricopa and Terri tory of Arizona; which said undivided cne-third interest in said property was owned by the respective estate repie-sente-J by such execu-:or, as will more fully appear from said return file! as aforesaid, and to which reference is hereby made for further particulars Ano notice' is further given that Sat urday, the 31st clay of October. 1903. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the court room of said court, at the court house In tne city of Phoenix, county of Marie p.t. Arizona, has been fixed for hearing the said return, when and where any person interested in the said estate may appear and fiU- written o'j jections to the confirmation of the said sale, and may be heard, and may pro duce witnesses in support of such ob jection". Dated October 19th. l'J03. GEORGE KIRK LAND. Clerk. ARTICLES OF. INCORPORATION OF THE LAKE ORION AMUSEMENT COMPANY. KNOW ALL MEN P.Y THESE PRESENTS, That we, whose hands ara hereunto affixed, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and to that end make l he following statement: First: The names of the corporator! ate John Winter, llu'h Connolly ah-1 Edwin A. Itarnhart, and the name; Of the Corporation shall be THE LAKE ORION AMUSEMENT COMPANY. The principal place in which the burt ness of said corporation within tho Territory of Arizona is to be transacted is Phoenix, Maricopa county, Arizona, and the principal place of business of said corporation outside the Territory of Arizona shall be the village of Orion, Oakland County, State of Michigan, at which meetings of Stockholders and """ 1111 Enthusiastic? Yes e LOANS. INSURANCE. 11 North Center Street. The intrinsic valne of & thing1 is what it will bring. AH Bargains! ! ! Cutlery, Dishes, Every variety of Fancy Glassware " Half usual price. CommonwealthHuclion Co 26-28 West Atlaras Street. Hoard of Directors may be held, and the Corporation may have such branch of fices either within or without the Tet -ritory of Arizona as may be established by the Hoard of Directors. Second: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this Corporation is as follows: To make contracts: to purchase. leaje, bond, locate or otherwise acquire, own. sell, exchange or otherwise dis pose of. pledge, mortgage, hypothecate and deal in real estate and any and all kinds of personal property, water rights and machinery; to do a general mercantile business; to own, handle and control letters patent and inven tions and shares of capital stock of other corporations; and to run. lease, own, operate and maintain amusements of all kinds whatsover name or natur -and in general to do all things neces sary to the proper conduct of the busi ness of this corporation in the Terri tory of Arizona and elsewhere, not In consistent with the laws of the United States and tiie Territory of Arizona. Third: The authorized amount o" capital stock of this Corporation shall be ten thousand dollars ($ IO.odO.OO) di vided into ten thousand shares of th' par value of one dollar ($ljlo each, of which five thousand (.I.OliO) shall be eight per icent preferred annual divi dend paying stock and five thousand (Ti.OUO) common stftck. At such t'me as the Hoard of Directors may by reso lution direct, said capital stock shall be paid into this Corporation, either la cash or by the sale and transfer to it of real or personal property for the use.c and purposes of said corporation in payment for which shares of the capi tal stock of said corporation may be issued, and I he c apital stock so Issued shall thereupon and thereby become and be fully paid up sjnd non-assessable and in the absence of actual fraud in tiie transaction the judgment of the? Directors as to the value of the property purchases shall be conclusive. Fourth: The time of the commence ment of this Corporation shall be the date of the filing of a certified' copy of these Articles of Incorporation accord ing to law and the termination there of shall be twenty-live years there after. Fifth: Tlia affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a Hoard of Di rectors to consist of not less than thro-? (3) and not more than five (5). and the following named shall constitute the Hoard of Directors until their suc cessors are elected: John Winter. Hugh Connolly, Edwin A. Harnhart. There after the Hoard Fhall be elected from among the stockholders on the first Tuesday in November of each year. The officers of said Corporation until their successors are elected shall be: President, Edwin A. Harnhart. Secretary. Hugh Connolly. Treasurer, John Winter. Sixth: The hih'est amount of in debtedness or liability direct or con tingent, to which thH Corporation is at any time subject shall be one thousand dollars (Sl.OuU.OO). which amount does not exceed two thirds of capital stock. Seventh: The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. , IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereunto ret our hands and seals this 12th day of October, 1903. JOHN WINTER. HUGH CONNOLLY. EDWIN A. HARNHART. State of Michigan, County of Wayne. ss. On this 12th day of October, in the year 1903, before me; Delbert C. James, a notary public In and for the Stale and County aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, person ally appeared Edwin A. Earnhart. Hugh Connolly and John Winter, known to me to be the persons described in. whose names are subscribed to. anl who executed the annexed iiiolruinont. and they acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hav.-j hereunto set my hand and affixed my Ofiic ial Seal, at my office in the said State and County, the day and year last above written. DELHERT C. JAMES. Notary Publio in and for Wayne County. Michigan. Commission expires Oct. 3, 10UG. II Kpuiar warns ZZ :xxxx:wxkxx:x mH"Hx'X''X! Z All advertisements running for less tints than one month must be paid in advance For Sale FOR SALE Large tent but little used; cost ?1S0; will take $S0 cash. Type writer, new. for $9u. Address E., Re publican office. 0 FOR ' SALE OR RENT New 7-room. two-story brick house; -'large' bath room and closets; good barn and chicken house; lawn, shade and city water: will rent furnished or with out. Call between 9 a. in. and 4 p. in., 132". East Washington street. FOR SALE Four nice pigs. Three? miles west from Six Points at Wiatt'.i Ran h. FOR SALE At a bargain, one surrey, full leather top; also one hand ' sewed harness. Apply 627 N. 4th St. FOR SALE for $3,200 Suburban resi dence Vj mile northwest Phoenix, two acres of ground, shade trees, grass and alfalfa; six-room house, shed, barn, windmill and well of good water. Apply L. B. Christy, Valley Bank. FOR SALE Good seed oats at Com mercial Feed Store. FOR SALE A good up-to-date millin ery stock; cheap if sold before Nov. 1st. Call on or address K. H. II., 27 South Fourth avenue, Phoenix, A. T. FOR SALE 400-acre ranch with wale r right under Arizona canal, with $5,00.) brick house. Fine water and good water works with 'water piped all through house. Fine barn and other o'ltbuildings. Also 1C0 acres without water right that I will sell cheap. This is your chance. Address P. O. box 1S3, Tenipe. or call on Fi-jnels FrL,zier at the 'i itus ranch. FOR SALE Extra heavy clean reeu barley. $1.20 per cwt. J. C. Wat.-'on, six miles south or at Tempe. FO H " S ALE I July's-wheeT 19 East Jacson street. l-'O R S A L E 2 ( ) 0 s t e e r sT n ei tr 1 y faT. Linc oln Fowler, room 10, Porter Hid;. FOR SALE? Ten" loom brick "'house; stone foundation; polished floor.-; modern plumbing; electric lights; bath room; butler's pantry; cellar; 1 large screen sleeping room; porch es; city water; lawn and shade tree.-: shed barn. $5,000 in easy payments. Could not be duplicated for $7.P')c. W. II. Robinson. 102 West Adams St. COWS FOR SALE. 22 head of good young dairy cows. Rest test at Tetn pe creamery for the last three months; 4 8-10 last month. Will, t sold at a bargain f taken soon. 3 miles south of Normal school, Tenipe. Phone No. 21. George W. Nichols. FOR SALE. Fine saddle horse, single f'-oter: saddle t;nd bridle. Address "R. II..". this office. FOR SALE. 145 acres of good feed, mid between 2 and 3 hundred tons of hay'. Mark Redden, nine mile.t south of Tempe. F7iiTSALE40 acres alfalfa- land frame house, corrals and fenced, six iiiilti out. with ten inches stock in Maricopa or Salt River Valley canal; $2500. E. E. Pascoe, 110 North Cen ter street. FORSALE Two tent houses, partly furnished. Inquire of Frank Con nelley at the. Hoffman. WANTED Good reliable partner in good paying business. Half interest $S00, cash. For further information address I R. M., Rox 742, city. FOR SALE A good stationery and bicycle business in Mesa. Inquire Pomeroy Eros. Co. HORSE AND NEW SADDLE, also runabout; three year old. N. E. cor. Eighth street and Pierce. FOR SALE Choice vatieties of Straw berry plants. Cheap. John Heaton. Cold water,. Ariz. FOR SALE 00 colonies of bees; a sure bargain to the right party. John Nippert, Phoenix. FOR SALE AT A, BARGAIN. Ten tootri brick house and an adjoining house of four rooms; also barn, well, good water, and plenty of Fhde and grass, in suburbs of Phoenix; suitable for private hotel or sanitarium. Ap ply W. II. Robinson, Phoenix Trust, Co.. cor. Adams st. and First ave. FOR SALE A new electro-plating outfit complete; a bargain. Addres3 No. 12 West Adams street. FOR SALE One of the best rooming houses in the city. Centrally located. Emiuire 27 East Monroe St.; next to postoffice. Fo? Eent TEN-ACRE RANCH for rent, rhree rootn house, irrigating plant. 14 mile from Phoenix; also two-room house on Jackson street, close in. furnished. Inquire 212 North Tenth avenue. FOR-RENTItanch with "stock at Buckeye. W. C. Dawes. Valley Pride Creamery. FOR RENT Five furnished houses at 434 North Seventh avenue. ' FOR RENT Furnished brick cottage; also nice rooms with good board, nr. .1 ' housekeeping rooms. 332 North Fifth street. FOR RENT 20-acre improved ranch. C. H. Snidow, Valley Pride Oreamerv. SMALL FUKMMIEU S. Center. Cottages, FOR RENT A nice clean furnished front room with porcelain bath. Mrs Ilorton, 527 North First avenue. FI 7 RNl SUED COTTAG R Three rooms; in country; modern conven iences; pure water in hydrant. Free transportation. Call 323 Fllmore St., between 3rd and 4th Sts. Howard. FIVE-ROOM hour,e. son street. 237 East Madl- FOR RENT 160-acre ranch on Yuma road, 42 miles west; water from Grand canal. See me quick. J. Ernest Walker. 1 FOR RENT Furnished room. 712 N. First street. FOR KENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices: also, houses, lots and ranches FOR RENT Houses, cheap; city or well .ater. 346 South 12th avenue. FOR RENT Alhambra hotel, newly renovated and enlarged, good busi ness, long lease to right party who can purchase furniture. Address Dan Mahoney, Mesa, Ariz. for sale'. W. K. James, room 6, Nicholson building. FOR RENT Fine lodging house. 16 rooms. Reasonable rent. Enquire II. I. Ittham Co. a-chw KENT Furnished and unfurnish ed houses, close In. E. E. Prowell, 230 South First avenue, opposite Santa Fe passenger depot. FO R RENT 1 1 0 acres" fa7id7 half al falfa. one mile from creamery. Lin coln Fowler, room 1G. Porter building. Purni3hed Rooms THE OCCIDENTAL. Ncbyfnishei ropmr!. Everything first class. No invalids. Ft riT"RENT. Nicely furnished" rooms at r.22 E. Washington street. TIIE-RCADEElegant furnished rooms, strictly first-class. No in valids taken. 22 South Center St., opposite Commercial Hotel. HelD Wanted WATTElCToirirooTea to work nights In a printing oifice and learn the trade; one who has some knowledge of printing preferred: wages to start with and a permanent place. Call at this office for Business Manager. WANTED Young active man, small place In country. Box 1074. WANTED A lady to assist in receiv ing customers. Call before 8:30 a.m. at Parlor B. Adams Hotel. WANTED AT ONCE Stable boy. Ad dress W. A. Costen. P. O. box 998. WANTED Girl in millinery depart ment to learn the work: will pay while learning. Call at Stein's. WANTED At Sc hool of Physical 'Cul ture, adjoining the Laiusou Businesrt College, boy to do janitor work la exchange for lessons in boxing. WANTED Good dining-room girl at the Rumney, Grand Ave. Telephone Mam 332. WANTED Experienced chambermuld. Write at once to W. A. Costen, box 93, Phoenix. GIRL WANTED to do general house work. Apply 728 North Fourth st. WANTED. A woman to cook for four people. The best wages paid and a good home provided. Address Mr3. Harry Heap. city. GIRL FOR REPAIRING American Cleaning Works. WANTED. Two or three experienced press feeders at the McNeil Co.'s. WANTED At once first-class cheese maker. Mesa Dairy & Ice Co., Mesa, Ariz. Situations Wanted s'iTUAtToN VANTIrExperS young man in general store, familiar wilh keeping accounts and general office work; references and bonds: moderate salary expected. Address M. G., care Republican offiee WANTED Position by woman cook in mining camp, boarding-house or ranch: country preferred. Address room 10. Mills House, West Wash ington street. J WANTED Immediately, girl or younrf woman to do housework in family of two. Apply 316 North Ninth ave. WANTED Situation by experienced Japanese laundryman; prefer coun try. Address Soro, care of Califom'a. ' restaurant. WANTED. 1'osition by experienced bookkeeper and typewritist. Address K47 N. 2nd St. EXPEKT ACCOUNTANT desires po-l-1'on as bookkeeper or collector lias knowledge of stenography. Audit work a specialty. J. H. Uradbury. 228 South Center street. LADY STENOG HA PH EH Desires j.o sition. Speaks and writes Spanish. Experienced translator. Address H. D. S., Hepublican office. COMPETENT woman- wants house work by the day. Address Mrs. Wil son, care of Republican. WANTED. Position as engineer by experienced man. Address 536 South 1st ave.. Phoenix. WANTED. Japanese good cook wants position with boarding house or ho tel in the city or country. Address Talace Chop House. Miscellaneous Wants WANTED To buy an unimproved city lot, reasonably close in and available to domestic water service; must be .cheap. Address box D. WANTED Gentle saddle and driving pony. Phoenix Auction Co., 33 South First avenue. COUNTRY BOA HU Lee's Ranch, northeast of town, is prepared to ac commodate those who desire to be benefited by obtaining the best table board together with dry desert air, etc., so essential for the restoration of health. Audi-ess box 003. FIRST-CLASS rooms and Loard at private residence tezuma avenue. Call at 813 Mon- WANTED Small steam hoist. Mor mon Girl Mining Co., Cave Creek, Ariz. CLAYSON'S IIOMESIDE PARK HO TEL. 5 miles east of Phoenix, 100 feet greater altitude; attractive grounds, excellent table; no very sick taken; your choice of tent or room; $10 to $14 per week; healthiest loca tion about Phoenix; adjoins orange grove; drive out and see place. TURKEYS WANTED. --13c per pound, live. Ed Olsen, So. 7th ave. Phono 822. T 1 1 L: "nORDRACIL Tabla board, good home cooking; also a few choice rooms. 42 S Second ave., .opposite - court house. WANTED To rent a piuno. Gertrude Matthis, Tempe. BOARDERS WANTED At McBride'f ranch, two miles north of Indian school on edge of desert. Rooms or tents.' First class board. Reasonable terms. Address J. T. White, box 781, Thoenlx, Ariz. BEST table board In the city at th Dorrla; reasonable. 32 S. SeonJ a. W 1 1 EN IN N E E D Zt a dressmaker call jat 639 North Fourth av. NEW THAT N I Si 1ST A IjOciC-At S . K Points under management jf Pn-f. Marsh. Come and see. THE KELStJ Corner of Third avmu and Adams street now oiei.. Tab: l1-'1 c'so furnlshe. rooms. CLOTHINQ or de llcaclet-for UipooT and alck can be left at th rooma of the Wornen'a Christian Tempraor Union, corner of Monroe and Central Ave. They will be carefully distri butee!. Those In need olea.ee caD MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, telle paet. present and future. Ladles, 25c; entlesnea. CO cents. 231 Buchanaa street, corner of Third street. WANTEli To juy-mTpTovea ru-B.I ranch. Addr-a Box to".. Pno-ni. Lost. and Pound FOUND On large j.,4 k. Call at c.m. merciai corral. LOST Wednesday Ii wiiali"To7 k leather purse containing inuaey. i ward for return to this otlii-e. LOST. Near C!elJjr7at. ThrfTT tabling a child's wardrobe. liU-ral reward wiH be paid for leaving it rt this office. LOST. A DOG A small brown dog. be longing to H. W. Heap was lost yes terday morning after the arrival vt train from Ask Fork. He answers to the name of Mike, a suitable reward w ill be paid for information as to h.s whereabouts. LOST Little girls black ri.k. coot lined with black and pink rtrlpt-d silk, lace collar. Suitable reward fr return to this office. PROFESSIONAL NTjRTPUBLICX i K. PA8COE. Notary Public. CoaveV anc-ln a epeclalty. Ack now tenements tnken. 110 North Center itrw. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. f HOS. J. "PHlCSCOTTtlcoVpiuo'iaa Commercial Law a specialty. Rmbi J16-10 Cotton block. Phonlx. ArtiT Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Kdwarda. EDWARDS & MORTON. Wra , Lawyers. 19 8. Center Ft. Phoen. Aria. J. W. CHEN'S HAW. attorney .t . offl.. room 210 and I'll Fleming Builaluir. Phoenix Arium. CHIROPODY PAINLE83 removal of corns or bunloas. prices 60 cents each. PriTacy assured. Day or nifht. Fashion Barber 8hop. basement, cor. C"ter and Waabiaataat St. Tel Red9C2. F.-auk hblrley. TRY MADAME SIMPSON'S PRF.PA RATION7 for faelal inHtre ami enveloping ih .ut Price 50 cents jar. t all or a.Mre-M 51- b Sfeoud avenue. 'Phone K?d jyt. A'SAYEK A.VD METALLURGIST. J. t). A. KIN'ti AHmar n4 VI.....1'. yanide concentration, mill and i:u-!trr tests Rvtiirt, liie't. reline an.! aT Lull tun; ptiThaoe bullion anU plac-rr .!.! H rooms; ,m k furnai-ei : electric molur, JU IS X Pi-i-oni Ave., Phoenix. Arix. MADAME FIMPSOX lia returned from rtu e ago and will take up her work of itanicar iiH. brtirdre'sine anl ina-ifr. Call or a-1-elreM SIS S. Hx-oml avenue. 'Phone R.-vt CHARLES S. ROGERS !itc or Washington, o. e J SOLICITOR OF PATENTS AN0 INFRINGEMENT LAWYER 126 W. Third St.. Los AnKelea, tal. DO YOU WANT TO YAWN T Feel cold shivering, aching In th bones, lack of energy, headach and great depression? These symptom may be followed by violent headache, high fever, extreme nervousris. a condition known as malaria. Herbln cures it. Take it before the .!isea gets a fair hold, though it will work a cure in any stage. J. A. Hopkins. Manchester, Kan., writes: "I hure used your great medicine. Hcrbine. for several yearn. There is nothing better for malaria, chills ami fever, head ache, biliousness, and for u bluuU-puri-fying tonic there is nothing as good." DOc at Elvey & Huletfe. - There Is considerable difference U twwen the pinnacle of fame arc! th height of folly. Philadelphia ItetoreL GAIN ED" FORTY POUNDS IN THIR TY DAYS. For several monig our younger brother had been troubled with indi gestion. He tried several remedies but got no benefit from them. We pur chased some Of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and he commenced taking them. Inside of thirty days he had gaJned forty pounds in flesh- He is now fully recovered. We have a good trade on the tablets. Holrev Bros., merchants. Long Branch. Mo. For sale by all druggists. No, Maudle. dear; the church o i.it Is not made up tf socialists. Philade l phia Recard. "IT GOES RIGHT TO THE SPOT." When pain or irritation exist on any part of the body, the application of Ballard's Snow Liniment will glv prompt relief. "It goes right to the spot," said an old man, who was rub bing it in to. cure his rheumatism. C. Ii. Stnith. propr. Smith House. Tenah.u Texas, writes: "I have used lUillard ! Snow Liniment in my family for sev eral years and have found it to In- i fine remedy for all aches and pjiins. and I recommend It for pains in th thtoat and chest." 25c, Doc and Jl.oG at Elvey & Hulett's. Many a bluff has be:i cabled by a belter one. Philadelphia lt-cord. o MANY MOTHERS OF A LIKE OPIN ION. Mrs. Pilmer of Cordova, Iowa, says "One of my children was subject t- croup of a severe type, and the givir.-j of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy promptly always brought relief. M-my mothers In this neighborhood think the same as I do about this remedy and want no other kind for their chil dren. For sale by all druggists. A noted writer says- "It i.-i not d-atii o cie." We'd lik to bet that it is. Atchison Giobe. For a pleasant physic take Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Easy to take. Pleasant in effecL For sale oy all .druggists.