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TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS THE ARIZONA KEF UBliICAK : Fill DA.Y 3IORiaA'G NOVEMBEK 13, 1003 f jT ' ' ' - "- T"TiTT"TT1 111 11 nil - j-jf- i T, I ATTORNETS-AT-LAW. 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: PROBATE COURT. Jesse Pearce estate:" Inventory and appraisement. George A. Sirrine estate: Petition for distribution. RECORDER'S OFFICE. Mexico Gold Fields Co., articles, capital stock, $3,000,000, amendment. Cincinnati Jopliri Mining Co., arti cles, capital stock $250,000: incorpora tors. C. M. Wilson, G. W. Cavett, J. F. Trader. Eight claims Mining Co., articles, capital stock $10,000,000; incorporators. W. C. Thompson, A. G. Sherman, O. G. Gould et al. Harqua Hale Mining Co., articles, capital stock $1,500,000; 'incorporators, F. E. Plummer, Wm. Foulke, D. Haynes. John T. Dunlap, redemption lots 23, 24, blk. 33, Montgomery add. E. J. Bennitt. redemption, lots 10 to 14. blk 17 Alhambra. Joseph Garside to Rosa Schmidt, nortgage. four horses. J. E. Sturgeon to Farmers & Mer chants' bank, assignment, 127 head of cattle. Florence E. Rudd and husband to Ezra W. Thayer, deed, lots 3, 5, block 15, Phoenix. Andrew Crawford estate to Ashland Land & Cattle Co..-deed. XE 14, EV'2, NW U and SV 14, XW 4, Sec. 17, twp. 2 N, range 2 E. V. J. Murphy and wife to Ashland Land & Cattle Co., deed. SE k. Sec. lit, W Vi SW ?i. Sec. 20, twp 3 N. range 1 E. City Tax Collector to C. H. Dunlap. deed, lot 10, block 1 Railroad place. Mary C. Vines to R. H. Greene, deed, lot 19, block 18, Irvine add. V. K. James and wife to R. II. Greene, deed, same. W. T. Smith and wife to R. II. Greene deed, same. George E. Sanders, Angel Consoli dated Mining Co., deed, 8 mining claims Vulture dist. Charles H. Akers, same, deed Und. 3, int 4 claims Vulture dist. John H. McXally to James Me Namara and wife, release, lot 6, block 2, Palo Alto add. ,s Florence de Perez and husband to Thos. H. Thatcher, deed, lot 25 Sotello add. E. J. Bennitt to C. (i. Kilpatrick, deed, water right SE U NE Sec. 3, twp. 1 N. range 3 E. What has become of the old-fashioned spit ball that struck the right per son in the right spot, and no one would ever tell who sent it? Atchison Globe. FOR OVER SIXTY TEARS MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP lias been used for children teething'. It finotln-s the child, softens the gums, allays oil pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. If we had all married cur first lovers, the only difference is that we would have been grand parents sooner. At chison Globe. o A Dangerous Month. This is the month of coughs, colds and acute catarrh. Do you catch cold easily? Find yourself hoarse, with a tiekltnar in your throat and an annoying cough at night. Then you should al ways have handy a bottle of Ballard's llorchound Syrup. J. A. Anderson, 351 WesUCth St.. Salt Lake City, writes: "We use Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds. It gives immediate relief. We know its the best remedy for these troubles. I write this to in duce other people to try this pleasant and efficient remedy." 25c, 50c and $1.00 at Elvey & Hulett's. "I had an awfully swell caller yes terday," said an Atchison young lady this morning, "and not a single neigh bor was locking." Atchison Globe. DRUGS TO BE TABOOED One of the dreams of medical men is likely to be realized in the near future, it is said. Few' drugs will be swallow ed or taken into the stomach unless needed for the direct treatment of that organ itself. By the medium of elec tric currents drugs will be applied to various organs through the skin and llesh, and the treatment will be painless. KtPl READ THI THE NLW YORK WORLD THR1CE-A-WEEK EDITION. Read Wherever the English Language is Spoken. THE THRICE-A-WEEK NEW YORK WORLD will be supplied for one year for 75 cents with a six-months' order for the Daily Re publican. As everyone knows, the World is one of the very greatest newspapers on earth. The edition we offer comes three times week, 156 times a year. You get it with the Republcan every day In the year for only 70 cents. The Thrke-a-Week World is 'ab solutely fair in its political news. Partisan bias is never allowed to affect its news columns, and demo crat and republican alike can crb taln in its pages truthful accounts of all the great political campaigns. THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE FARMER. The New York Tribune Farmer is a national illustrated agricultural weekly for farmers and their fami lies, and EVERY issue contains matter instructive and entertaining to EVERY member of the family. The price is $1 per year, but if you use it you con secure it with your A MAP OF IS YOURS FOR THE ASKING. CALL FOR ONE. STRANGERS ESPECIALLY WILL FIND IT VERY USEFUL. The Valley Realty Co., Phone Main 36. N. Center Street. REAL ESTATE. RENTALS. INSURANCE. SEE SEES The intrinsic value of a thing is what it will bring-. Jus! Arrived From the East The Latest and Host Exquisite Designs in Waist Sets Watch Fobs,-Necklaces, Etc. and in fact all that goes to make Your Person More Ornate. Commonwealth Auction Go 26-28 West Adams Street. Best Liniment on Earth. I. II. McIIany, Greenville. Tex., writes Nov. 2nd, 1900: "I had rheuma tism last winter, was down in bed six weeks; tried everything, but grot r.o relief, till a friend gave me a part of a bottle of Br.llard's Snow Liniment. I u,sed it and got two more bottles. It cured me and I haven't felt any rheu matism since. I can recommend Snov Liniment to be the bevt liniment on earth for rheumatism." For rheumatic, sciatic or neuralgic pains, rub in Bal lard's Snow Liniment; you will not Butter long, but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure. 23c, 50c and $1.00 at Elvey & Hulett's A Missouri woman called at this ofllce today and said: "They ain't much in the paper and what they is is foolishness." Atchison Globe. o : FROM COUTH AFRICA. Way of Using Chamberlain 3 Cough Remedy. New Mr. Arthur Chapman, writing from Durban, Natal, South Africa, says: "As a proof that Chamberlain's Coogh Remedy is a cure suitable for old and young. I pen you the following: a. neighbor of mine had a child just over two months old. It had a very bad cough and Its pare-nts did not know what to give it. I suggested that if they would get a bottle of Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy and put some up on the dummy teat the baby was suck ing it would no doubt cure the child. This they did and brought about a quick relief and cured the baby." Th'a remedy is for sale by all druggists. Muscular rheumatism is the kind that gets a man on his back and keeps him there for t a month. Chicago News. Chronic Diarrhoea Cured. Mr. Walter Richardson of TroutviUe, Va., had an attack of diarrhoea that came near ending his life. His physi cian had failed to relieve him and the disease had become chronic when he began using Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy. It soon cured him and he now recommends that preparation whenever an oppor tunity offers. For sale by all druggists. Stating It More Accurately "How much do you earn as private secretary to old Senator Lnstmun?" "l-er-he pays me $200 per month." Chicago Inter-Ocean. own favorite local newspaper, the Arizona Republican daily or week ly, as a bargain as follows: For 25 cents and an order to take the daily Republican by mail or carrier six months, payable monthly or quarterly, or free with a year weekly Republican and Tribune will Ik; mailed to any address for $2.25. This offer applies to old and new subscribers alike. SUCCESS. The greatest of latter-day periodi cals issued monthly, goes with a six-months' order for the Republi can and 75 cents. Success hes gained an enormous circulation in the last few years and is with'.ut doubt the best per iodical for the home. Its illustra tions, articles and stories invari ably supply themes for inspiration for young and old, and spurs all readers on to success. . Sample copies may be seen at the Republi can office. Eoth the Thrice-a-Week World and Success will be given with a eix-months' enter for the Republi can every clay at the regular price and $1.40, or either will be given free with a paid in advance yearly subscription to the Daily Republi can. " ' ' : ' BLICAN'S 3uSS2!XEE PHOENIX LOANS. Removal Sale. As I will move in a few days to my new store at the old stand. I will offer Big Bargains in Watches, Guns and Saddles. Avail yourself of this oppor tunity. Harry Friedman 34 South Center St. Arizona Loan Office There is no denying that we all find a person with a past a more interest ing topic of conversation than one with a future. Philadelphia Record. Beautiful Clear Skies. Ileibine exerts a direct influence or. the bowels, liver and kidneys, purify ing and strengthening these organs, and maintaining them in a normal con dition of health; thus removing a com mon cause of yellow, mothy, greasy skin, and more or less of pimples, blotches and blackheads. 50c at Elve I & Huletfs. When a MisFourian gives a reporter an item he rays: "Don't tell it too clrf? or the neighbors will know who turned it in." Atchison Globe. JUST WHAT YOU NEED Chamberlain's Stomach Tablets. and Liver When you fcol dull after eating. When you have no appetite. When you have a bad taste in the mouth. When your liver is torpid. When your bowels are constipated. When you have a headache. When you feel bilious. They will improve your appetite, cleanse and invigorate your stomach, and regulate your liver and bowels. Price 25 cents per box. or sale by all druggists. The danger of telling a girl that she writes an interesting letter is that, she begin to hunt up more men to cor respond with. Atchison Globe. Wcrm Destroyer. White's Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms, but removes the mucus and slime in which they build their nests; it brings, and quickly, a healthy condition of the body, where worms can no texist. 25c at Elvey & llulett's. Everybody abuses a. young man with money for riotous living, but nine out of ten would be equally weak if the; were in the young man's position. The young man who Inherits money, and doesn't inherit a balance wheel, is to be pitied. Atchison Globe. CI Show it to Your Neighbors. Tell Your Neighbors About it. CRAM'S IDEAL REFERENCE ATLAS OF THE WORLD FOR 1903 Containing latest map of Arizona corrected to July 1, 1003. Sells- at retail everywhere for $5.00. See ex tended description in accompanying circular. This splendid atlas will be supplied to Republican subscrib ers on receipts of a six-months' order for the daily and $1.00 in cash. Remember, you pay for the daily monthly at the regular price. The one dollar additional is to cover freight charges and cost of deliv ery. We intend to make subscribers a present of the atlas proper and yo-i get the Republican besides. For a yearly subscription paid in advance AKizox.v PrBUsiMNG Co., Proprietors Arizona republican. Yoj are aut'.iirizrl t eTl mo tha 41IZ(m RfPUBIICAN ) j"Jior fir nj )iilis, for t liich I nt;ree to psy y.m at tho rate of 7. cents per month, I desire to take advuutggo of your Uubbiug aud pnnsium offer niid hcitbj- order for wnich I hand you $ , as advertiwd in your circular. Signed... I DnDHT A D WATVTT' El! H JL VJL h j iVl T V ."TV 1 A L7o El, All Advertisements Running for Less Time Than One Month For Sato SADDLE HORSES for tale, at Portei's harness shop. Enqui.o FOR SALE One driving and saddle horse, $25. Commercial corral. FOR SALE For Thanksgiving, turk eys, geese, ducks and chickens. All Kiiim ieu. uresseu or unaresseu, ae- livered. Order early before all are sold. 'Phone Red 1382, Rural Route No. 1. Engleman chicken ranch. FOR SALE Seed oats also small pony. Inquire at Commercial feed store. KOU SALE--A few thoroughbred bind Plymouth rock cockrels. W. O. Percy, Alhambra. AUCTION Auction Saturday Nov. 14, at 2 p. ni. The most . original and latest designs in peti:e, waist sets, watch fobs, necklaces, breast pir.:.. richly ornamented cuff buttoms and fetrriing hat pins that the highest craft of workmen east have design ed, and which will be sold to thi highest b'dder from the rooms of th: Commonwealth Auction Co., 2G-2S West Adams street. Michel & Roo-. proprietors. A t T CT I O NNo. 33 SouthFlrst aven ue Saturday, Nov. 14. 1903, at 2 p. m., oak bed room suites, springs, mat tresses, commodes, dressers, chif- fonlers, rockers, heating carpet, tables. cots, letter press, chair::, oil, gasoline, cooking nod stoves, one Moore's range, couches, child's bed, center harness, bicycles, pictures. fruit jars, open buggy, folding bed, etc. Goods now on exhibition. Phoe nix Auction Co., Geo. F McLean, manager. FOR SALE Paying and established drug business in El Paso. Texas. For particulars address I. D. 703, El Paso, Texas. FOR PALE CHEAP A saddle horse. Kathom, 3S N. Center St., upstairs. FOR SALE 12.-, tons hay in stack. The Valley Realty Co. FOR PALE Wagons, horses, harness, some farming Implements. Buyer can have the lease of 1G0 acres of land. 40 acres in pppture, 10 acres grain. Best land in the Valley. At a bargain. Address N, Republican Chce. FOR SALE Two head of work horses, two driving horses, two 3-seated stages, wagon, two sets harness, one Oliver typewriter, one pair shaps. Inquire 102 East Adams ?. FOR SALE Driving and riding mare $2.'i. Inquire 921 North Third st. FOR SALE Two tickets, Maricopa o ,S:m Francisco, cheap. Address IX, 22. this office. j STOCK OF SHOES for sale. Vi i! invoice about J3.000. " ill sell at a large discount. .Call on or write J. E. Price. Tempo. A. T. FOR SALE Four head of horses and one three-year-old mule. Also one first-class milk cow. Wilfred Broo mell. two miles- northeast of. city. FOR SALE A forteen room house, all v modern in a fine location, also some smaller ones. For desirable vacant lots and good farms of ten to one hundred and sixty acres see II. Rid dle, 17 North First ave. FOR SALE. At a bargain, one surrey, full ieather top: also one hand sewed harness. Apply G27 N. 4th St. FOR SALE 400-acre ranch with water right under Arizona canal, with J5.00) brick house. Fine water and good water works with water piped all through house. Fine barn and other outbuildings. Also 160 acres without water right that I will, sell cheap. This is your chance. Address P. O. box 133, Tempe. or call on Fniticis Frazier at the Titus ranch. FOR SALE. Ten room 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 trees: shed barn. $5,000 in easy payments. Could not be duplicated for $7,501'. W. II. Robinson, 102 West Adams, St. FOR-SALE Two tent houses, partly furnished. Inquire of Frank Con nelley at the Hoffman. lb to the daily the atlas is supplied without additional cost. REMEMBER that in order to take advantage of the foregoing offers you have but to sign an ord er for the time specified. You pay for the Republican in the usual way at the regular price. Every subscriber is eligible, whether new cr old, and if you mra not now taking the Republican this is a good time to begin. Detach the coupon and send or bring it to the Arizona Republican, Phoenix. Orders may be given our canvas sers or agents anywhere and will receive prompt attention from the office. Arizona .l'.0.. L x FOR SALE A good stationery and . bicycle business In Mesa. Inquire Pomeroy Bros. Co. FOR SXLE Two good saddle ponies and raddle. Schorgl ranch. For Cent will TIUVT KnrnlshoH rnnr.,. with or without housekeeping; also one furnished nine-room and one four room cottage. No invalids. Inquire at C03 N. First street. FOlt RKXT -One-half brick cottage. No. 227 E. Monroe at. FOR RENT Cottage in country. H. Snidow, .503 N. Second ave. C. NICELY furnished house for rent. Nine rooms and large reception hall., bath and two screen rooms, largo grounds r.nd a new piano if desired. Electric lights and gas for cook ing. 510 N. Third ave. FOR RENT Forty-acre ranch, water. M. A. Stanford. Salt FOR RENT 160-ncre well improved alfalfa ranch under the Salt canal. The Valley Really Co. FOR RENT Light housekeeping. Furnished two-room co'.'.i"?? in country; best location. Reasonable rates. Box 612. FOR RENT 3 miles from city. Fine ranch of 90 acres. 80 acres in alfal fa. Good house and well. Under Salt River canal. Allen & Wilson, 20 West Adams street. FOR RENT Five furnished hojses at 434 North Seve.ith avenue. FOR RENT Ranch '"TthBtock at Buckeye. W. C. Dawes, Valley Pride Creamery. Fl.Ti.MSlIEI ) COTTAGE. Three rooms; In country; modern conven iences; pure water in hydrant. Free transportation. Call 323 Filmore St., between 3rd and 4th Sts. Howard. FOU ItEls'Turnished anci unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, room 5, Nicholson buildlne. KOH RENT Alhambra hotel, newly renovated and enlarged, good busi ness, long lease to right party who can purchase furniture. Address Dan Mahoney, Mesa, Ariz. FOli KENT Fine lodging house, 16 rooms. Reasonable rent. Enquire H. I. Latham Co. FOR RENT 140 acres land, half al falfa, one mile from creamery. Lin .coln Fowler, room 16, Porter building. Beard and Booms HOARD by the day, week or month, 109 West Jackson st. YOUNG man desires board and lodg ing in the country. State lowest terms. Address "James" care Re publican office. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with board. Also piano for sale. 461 N. Fifth avenue. LEE'S RANCH northeast of town. Good board, nicely furnished tents, desert air. An ideal place for obtain ing good health. Four successful years to our credit, investigate. Free ride from I.-orris' Grocery daily at 11 a. m. Box. C65. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call at The Fair, 212 East Washington. SCHORGL RANCH, Board and room. $8.00 per week, tents if preferred. One-half mile west of Indian school. A NICE sunny room with good board. No. 3"2 N. Fifth street. COUNTRY BOARD. Parties de irlng first-class room and board in the country can rind same at the Rum mey, on Grand avenue, W2 niile from city. Call, or telephone main 332. BOARD McBride's ranch, two miles north from car line terminus at Indian school. Altitude 1200 feet. Highest and dryest location in the valley. Lesert on three sides. Rooms and tents. Home cooking. Address box 781. GOOD I .OAlfDSS per week, also rooms, free room to pitch tent on desert. Mrs. A. J. Whitcomb, 907 Montezuma (Sc. 3rd ave.) TlTEORDPcyiTabl2 board, good home cooking; also a few choice rooms. 42 S. Second ave., opposite court house. BOARD AND ROOMS The Kelso; corner 3rd avenue and Adams street. BEST table board In the city at the Dorris; reasonable. 32 S. Second nve. Furnished Rooms sTYn?URnSHEI Jefferson St., reasonable. No objec tion to sick. FOR RENT Two pleasant sunny fur nlshed rooms. 340 N. 4th St. TO RENT Nicely furnished rooms, 484 North Third ave. FOR KENT Furnished rooms; good location. Lawn and shade. Half of house for light housekeeping. No. tuberculosis taken, 529 West Adams street. FOR RENT. Nicely famished rooms at 522 E. Washington street. FOR RENT. Nicely furnished rooms with bath and . other conveniences connected. 530 West Adams. No in valids. FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT. At 543 West Adams street, large front 100m, suitable for two people. Have been no sick people in the house and none taken. FIRST CLASS rooms. 245 Eaft Mon roe. No invalids. THE ARCADE Elegant furnished rooms, strictly first-Class. No in valids. 32 South Center St. Hclo Wanted WANTED A cook for family of two. Apply at 2203 West Jefferson st. WANTED At once, a bookkeper who is also a stenographer and typewriter, young man preferred. If rapid and accurate ,011 typewriter need not Le a stenographer. Must be steady and sober and experienced In office work Mast Be Paid in Advance. and collections. Several months' work If satisfactory, with probabil ity of permanency. Employment ueiicy. II. M. Chapman, manager, 2,13 W, Washington st. WANTED High grade Agents, wmi good references, to sell a first-class savings and loan proposition in Ari zona. Liberal compensation. Ad dress A. M. A. Republican olflce. ' Situations Wanted WANTED By a first-class Japanese .waiter position at hotel or restaur ant tlty. Speaks English thorough ly. Address California restaurant. ACAPABLE MAN'"of "business ex perienced wants work; can give casn bond if necessary. Address G. Mc Leod, Valley Lodging house. . WANTED Situation as stenographer and typewriter, or bookkeeper, by young lady of good references. Ad dress 924 North Third st. TO F NG MAN-wants job on ranch; good man with stock. Enquire Ben jamin, Star lodging house. SITUATION WANTED by young man as bookkeeper or office work. Font years' experience. Address 330 East Polk Ft. SITUATION wanted by married man who Is healthy and strong. Address C. P., Republican office. W A N T E D S 1 tuftt o7Tby mameu man and wife on ranch or in town. Ad dress W. M. Ford, Olendale, Ariz. WANTED Sewi.ig for infants and children and plaiM sewing of all kinds. Mrs. Hoover, 1400 W. Van liuren st. S I Tlf A tTo NMVAN TED By man and wife, in city. Can furnish refer ences and would like to be home evenings. Address W. A., Republi can olflce. WANTED A position as cashier or assistant bookkeeper by lady. Ad dress Mrs. W. this office. WANTED By young man. a light job out dcors. Apply Salvation Army. Miscellaneous Wants SHORTHAND and typewriting taught in exchange for Spanish lessons. C. L. Republican office. WANTED Light spring wagon, second hand or runabout. State price. M. care Republican. y'ANTKD Three or four nicely furn ished rooms or small cottage. .Or. J. Waterloo Dinsdale, Box 941. City. WANTED Turkeys, will pay 15c per pourd. Kd Olsen, South Seventh avenue. 'Phone 322. At home morn incrs. CLAIRVOYANT Madam Patterson, of San Francisco, Cal., The most celebrated Clairvoyant of modern times is permanently located at The Wharton House. 28 N. Center St.. Phoenix. Ariz., Room 5. Free tests frcm 10 to 11 a. m. everyday. Ladies only. MAN with references for commercial traveler, to call on merchants and agents; experience not required: salary $'J4 per week with expenses advanced. National, 32S Dearborn St.. Chicago. LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY. Lace making and bead work. Stamping done to order. 17 South 'Second street. Mrs. W. W. Hill. WANTED Young chickens, will pay from $3.50 to $4.00 per doz. Ed C. Olsen South Seventh ave. REMOVAL NOTICE Lafe Brounson, painter and paper hanger, has moved his shop from 313 to 238 West Wash ington street, next door west of Redewill's music store. Present or prospective patrons Invited to call or communicate by mail. SCHORGL RANCH. Three miles from town, on Black Canyon road, half mile west from Indian school car line. Tents and rooms Home cooking. For particulars inquire at 42 South Second avenue. WANTED Boarders at Hall's ranch, three miles west and two miles south of Five Points. Address Box 813, Phoenix. W.NTED. Boarders and roomers at Coxe's ranch, one and a half miles in country, 3 blocks from Indian school car line. Mrs. M. V. Montgomery. prop 1 CLAYSON S HOMESIDE Park Hotel. D 1-2 miles east of Phoenix, and 100 feet higher. Attractive grounds; ex-ct-llent table: tent or room, $10 to $14 per week. Healthiest location about Phoenix. Adjoins orange grove. No very sick taken. Drive out or address W. A. Costen. manager. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future. . Ladles, 25c; gentlemen 60 cents. 231 Buchanaa street, cornar of Third street. CLOTHING or delicacies for the pooi and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Central Ave. They will be- carefully distri buted. Those In need nlease call. Lest and Pound LOST A pair of gold rimmed eye glasses. Leave at Adams' hotel and receive reward. ESTRAYED One chestnut sorrel horse. 10 years old. weight about 110 pounds. Small star in forehead, one white hind foot and short tail. Notify L. O. Rinard, Ambrose corral. LOST A rubber tire about ten feet long. Return to Republican and re ceive reward. LOST a pair of sll rimmed spectacles on Monday. Leave at this office and receive? reward. LOST On the Tempe road one crutch. Finder kindly inform Sixth Avenue Hotel. LOST Ladies' Hunting case watch, letters C. L. M. engraved on case. Re ward. ' Return to this office. PROFESSIONAL E. E. PASCOE, Notary Public. Conrey anclng a specialty. Acknowledgement! taken. 110 North Center street. commercial xaw m specially, run mi 6-8-10 Cotton block. Phoenix. Arts. Oliver P. Morion. Arthur J. Ed wards. EDWARDS MORTON. Lawyers. 19 S. Center St. Phoenix. Aria. J. W. ,CRXSHAV, attorney at lw. Offno rioms21iiKuJ 211 Fleming tJuilJUii?, fhoemx, Ari zoua. PAINLESS removal of corns or bunioaa, prices 60 cents each. Privacy iMurrd. Day or night. Fashion Barber Shop, basement, cor. Center and WasMnctaav Sis. Tel Rfi i6-i. Frank t-hirU-y. MASSAGE. C. S. SMITH, scientilio manage treat ment. 128 S. 4th ave. TRY MADAME SIMFSJX'3 PRKPA F.ATIOV for fai-lal massage sui evelupiug tte tu'. Price 5l -eui jr. t'all or mMres Hi 8. Becoud venule. 'Phone R'l 5yi. A8YEK AND METALLURGIST. J, Q, KING, Asuajrer an t Metallurgy . yunitle concentration, mil) and amelier tests IS N Second Are . Photnix. Ariz. MADAME SIMPS3X iia returned from Chi cago and will take uo her work of inaaicor in. bairdreinx anl maMai; Cn 11 or !- dress 51? S. S-jvoud avenue. 'Phone Red CHARLES S. ROGERS ILATl OF WASHINGTON, D. Cj SOLICITOR OF PATENTS AND INFRINGEMENT LAWYER 126 W. Third St.. Lut Angeles. Cal. The Self-Made Man The self-made man is the man w'v has taken advantage of his self-male opportunities. Philadelphia Rec-oid. o Sometimes when a woman pets her life insurance the husband's life insu husband's life insurance, .we can't h-lp thinking that she has doubly and trebly earned it. Atchison Globe. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of William R. Ford decease 1. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, adminirtrator of the estat- of William R. Ford, dec-eased, to th-i creditor's of and all persons havins claims against tne said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary voucherf, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at the office of Frank Lyman, Fleming block. Phoenix. Arizona, the Fame being the place for the transaction of the business of saij estate, in said Count v of Maricopa. , BERT FORD. Administrator of the estate of Wil liam Ford, deceased. Dated Phoenix, Ariz., this 6th" day of November, 1303. First publication Nov. 7. 1D0S. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homestead Fntry No. 29:3. Department of the Interior. La-vl Office at Tucson, Arizona. Nov. 11. 1903. Notice is hereby given that th.j following named settler has' filed n tice of his intention to make final rroof in support of his claim, ajiu th.it aail prcof will be maxle before the Cleric of the District court at Phoenix, Ari zona, cn Tiiesday, De-cembtT 15, 1D"3, 17: Eselso Quijada, of Phoenix. Ari zona, for the S. i N. W. ' Pec. 21, T. 1 N.. R. 3 E.. G. & S. It. K. & M. Ue names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upoir and cultivation of said land, viz: Ar.i setta Quij:ida. Jose Quijada, Pedro Tiu.iillo and Fermin Trujillo, all of, Phcenix, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication November 13, 19t2. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Matilda Cartledge, de ceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned.- administrator of the estate of Matilda Cart ledge, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having" claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers. v ithin four months after tha first publication of this notice to the said administrator at the office of A. D. Leyhe, Fleming block, Phoeniv. Arizona, the same being the place fr the transaction of the business of sa-J estate, in Siiid County of Marie opu. YILLIAM H. CARTLEDGE. Administrator of the estate of Ma tilda Cartledge, deceased. Dated Phoenix, Ariz., this 6th day of November. 1303. First publication Nov. 7. 1903. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice i 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, Tfrritory of Arizona, on Wednes day, the lflh day of November, RtO. at 12 o'clock, noon of said clay, ai 1 will be adjourned to the 24th day of November, 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 November Crl. remaining closed until December frth. 1903. Dated at Prescott. Arizona, this 21st day of October, 1103. (Signed) F. M. MURPHY. President. WALLACE FAIRBANK. Secretary. First publication Oct. 23. 1903. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Arizona and California Railway Com pany will be held at the office of tbe Company, in the City of Prescott. Ter ritory of Arizona, on Wednesday, th 18th day of November. 1903. at 12 o'clock noon of said day, and will b? 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 sum othe business as may properly b brought before the meeting. Books for transfer of stock will be closed No vember 3rd, remaining closed until Vc 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.