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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1903. TRADE TOPICS 4- WILD WEST SPORTS. There will be Steer , Tying. Bronco Killing, and Saddle horse races at East Lake Park. Sunday, December C, 1903. at 2 o'clock p. ni. ENTRIES. Steer Tying $10.. Bronco Hiding 5-00 Horse Racing 5.00 PURSES. The management will add $20 to the entrance money In the steer tying con test. Two thirds of the purse will go to the winner and the other third will go to the second man. Ten dollars will be added to the en trance money In th Bronco Riding exhibition: the winner to take two thirds and the second man to have the balance. In this contest each rider is to bring his own bronco where pos sible. Those who cannot secure a "bronk" will find some good fancy buckers" on the grounds. Five dollars will be added to the entrance money in the Saddle Horse races, the winner to take the "pot." All entries must be made by Satur day n on. December 5, at the business place of Hob Doll, corner First avenue and Washington street. Phoenix, Ari zona. Admission to the grounds "0 cents fr grown people and 25 cuts for i-;idren ever six years oil. Given un der tie management of McCANN & BAKER. Hair! Combs! Pompadors, Switches, latest styles. Halrdressing, Manicur ing. Mrs. Aylwin's Parlors, 11 S. Cen ter, upstairs. Craven's school of music, 240 West Jefferson street. Pupils received In Voice Culture.. Pianoforte .-vnd Theory of Music. Does your piano need tuning? Have Hamilton tun it. Maple Leaf Bowling alley, basement McKee's store. Come and bowl. Hamilton, the tuner. Leave orders at Redewlll's or Fountain's music store. Prof. Fountain, teacher of mandolin, guitar, violin. 245 E. Washington sL Spring lamb a specialty at the new Vuil'v Meat market next uoor to the !.- tollice. Now opon. Jas. L. Perry, contractor, brick and mason work. Residence, 2202 ,W. Jef ferson st. 'Phone Red 32G. Jessie M. Priestley Lessons given In oil and water color painting. 40 North 1st Ave. Strangers attention. Garments ren ovated by expert. American Cleaning works. 'Phone Red 353. Mrs. E. M. Mosher has reopened her dressmaking parlors In the Dorris Opera House bui'dlr.g. Tailored and evening gowns a specialty. If you are interested In a good mei't m.-.rket visit tfcs new one just opened next door to the postofTiee. Everything imw and modem. Electric Facial Masasge, Scalp Treat ment. Hair Goods, Latest Modes, Man icuring. Mrs. Aylwin's Parlors, 11 5. Center Street. Our car of fine New York state pure apt le juice elder and cider vinegar has arrived. Place your orders early. Family trade solicited MELCZER BROS. CO. Women and girls who have been un fortunate and are In need of a home ami friends can find them by address ing Crlttenton Home, Highland addi tion. Phoenix. Arlaor. The ladies of the Baptist church will hold a sale of useful and fane nrti'Mes, Ruitab'e for Christmas pres ent. In connection with their tea Thurs day afternoon, Dec. 3rd. The Commercial corral and livery stable has a new line of stock through out with new horses, buggies, run abouts. Can furni.'h you with a desir able turn out. Miss Margaret Stewart. -ho Js a graduate of the Cumnock School of Oratory of Chicago, will give a reading from D. W. Howell's farce, "The Register." at the Baptist benefit con cert Thursday evening, Nov. 19, at tho opera house. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Thb Golden Rule Mining and Ex ploration company will hold its an nuiil meeting for the election of offi cers at O'Neill hall. Wednesday. Dec. 16. 190.:. Stockholders are especially invited to attend as business of im portance will come up before the meet ing. By order of the President. Laura Brill SARAH HUTCHINSON. Secretary. "Just as Easy" COPYRIGHT, to cook over gas as over coal or ker osene much easier in fact. But you ought to think, too, of the freedom from dust and ashes, the immediate produc tion of heat, the saving of temper of wife, cook or housekeepers. No delay ed breakfasts when you use gas. Ask ns all about it. Phoenix Light & Fuel Co., Cor. 1st Ave. and Jefferson. Tel. 2401 S&&0! j7fV !: ; ' If I'll' JWh I II U CONTEST NO. 1. To Be Given for the Nearest Correct Estimate of the Total Popular Vote for Electors at the Presiden . tial Election to Be Held in November, 1904. The total vote in 1900 was 13,970,264. CONDITIONS: Any person, corporation, or partnership may enter this contest who shall between this date and 5 p. m., October 1st. 1904. become through our agency, a seller or buyer of property to the amount of $100.00 or over, on which a commission at the rate of 5 per cent on the first $1,00"00 and 2 per cent on all in excess of that amount has been actually paid to us. Each S100.00 of the amount of the purchase price shall entitle the seller and the buyer to one vote each. A corporation or partnership will be considered as one individual. Any fraction of a vote annexed to an estimate will be disregarded and the estimate taken to mean tlio number submitted with the frac tion omitted. All estimates must be in our office before 5 p. m., November lr.t. 1904, whether sent by mail or otherwise, and all not in by that time will be returned to the sender rej?cted. If there is n tie in the estimate of two or more persons for the prize the amount theieof will bo equally divided among them. Write the date, estirr.ate. and your name and uddress plainly on each vote. Blanks will be furnished . you on application. Changes will not be allowed after estimates are once received and registered. The award will be made by an impartial ?ommittee as soon as pos sible after the official vote is atmouncel, ind their judgment snail bo final and conclusive in the matter. Every person entering this con test assents thereby to these conditions. The Valley Realty Co., Phone Main 36. 37 N. Center Street. REAL ESTATE. RENTALS. f V6TTD A VrP A CHRISTMAS TURKEY. given to the person suggesting the. most appropriate name for my business if acceptable. if-nd only the name suggested, your name and address. Contest closes I?c. 15th. George D. Burtis. 33 N. First avenue. The Valley meat market next door to postoffice will be .-pen in urn! after Dec. 1st. and will handle the best beef, mutton, lamb, veal, pork, poultry. Ash. oysters, imported delicatass-en and everything that is sold in a first-class market. ALFRED SAUNDERS. Proprietor. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the policy-holders of the Law Union and Crown Fire Insurance Co., of London, England: Please take notice that th? agency ff ihi above company h&s this day been transferred to H. I. Latham He. Co.. with full authority to transact all b.islness pel taming to the company at this office. No. 44 N. Center Ft., Phoe nix. Ariz. Law Union & Crown Fire Ins. Co. By C. E. Schlingheyde. Special Agent. November 30. 1103. The Ladies' Aid society cf the Presbyterian church will have their annual Christmas sale at the church parlors on the afternoon and evening of Friday. Dec. 11. Special prepara tions :ire being inade to make thi: sale eclipse any thing of the kind that has ever "been given in the city. Among lh special features will be tables de voted to fancy end useful articles. Mexican drawn work consisting of a very Iarg-e assortment imported from Mexico, cooked foods, canned fruits and jellies, an infant table of wearing apparel and toys, home made candies and crystallized popcorn. Light re freshments will be Fc-rved both after noon and evening. A woman's education is never com pleted until she acquires the title of grandmother. Chicago News. FAVORITE FAMILY REMEDY. Frequently accidents) occur in th household, which cause bums, cuts, sprains and bruises. For 'u?e in such cases BaJlPTd's Snow Liniment has for many years been a constant favorit? family remedy. 25c, 0c and $1.00 at Elvey & Hulett's. Nothing delights a woman who loves nature so much as gathering wild flow ers and grasses for the purpose of dve- insr them. Chicago News. LEGAL ADVERTISEMJENTS deTTnqlTeItsaTFn OT I C E. Union Distillins Company. Lata: i: it of principal place of business. Photnlx. Arizona, and San Francisco. California. lxcation of works, Agnew. Santa Clara county. California. NOTICE: There is delinquent upon the following described stock, on ac count of assessment (No. 1) levied on the 16th day of October. 1903. the sever al amounts st opposite the names of the respective shareholder, as follows: No. of No. of Names. W. Bauer W. Bauer Zollinger Zollinger . Zollinger . Zollinger . Zollinger . Zollinger . Certificate. Shares. Amt. ..502... .. 3... ..56S... ..5G9... ..570.. . ..571... .. 51... .. 52... .. 53.. .. 54... ..506.. . .. 7... ..560... .. 43... ..512... ..55S.. .. 14... ..513... . .515... . . 16... ..531... ...2... ..533... ..534... ..535... . .536.. . ..537... ..538.. . .'.530... ...540.., ..200.... ..200 .. 50.... .. 50.... .. 50.... .. 50.... .. 50.... .. 50.... .. 50.... .. 50.... . UK).... . .100.... . .100.. .. ..100.... ..100.... ..100..., ..200.. .. ..200..., ..200... ..00... . .333 . . ..X34... ,..100... ...100... ...100... ,..200... ...500... ...500... ...500... .$2S8.0 -2SS.00 .. 72.00 .. 72.00 .. 72.0) .. 72.00 .. 72.00 .. 72.00 . . 72X0 .. 72.0) ..141.(0 ..144 00 ..144.(0 ..144.C0 ..114.00 ..141.0) ..28 03 ..288.0) ..2SS.00 ..28.00 ..479.52 ..479.5? H. Zollinger . H. Zollinger . T. II. Hatch T. H. "Hntch T. H. Hitch . T. H. Hatch .. F. V. Nelson V. Nelson Rapp Rapp C. Siebe .. C. Siebe .. M. Taylor .T. M. Taylor J. M. Taylor .T. M. Taylor J. M. Taylor .T. M. Taylor J. M. Taylor J. M. Taylor. J. M. Taylor I. M. Taylor . .144.10 ! . .2S8.T0 ! ..7200 ..720.00' ..720.00 LOANS. The intrinsic value of a thing is what it will brio?. Waist Sets 50c. Cuff Buttons 35c. You big ccn't afford to miss our' HOLIDAY DISPLAY. Commonwealth Auction Co. 8 E. WASHINGTON ST. 'J. M. Taylor .542. .542. .541. .545, .546. .513. . 10. .56-?. . 50. . 24. .523. .54. . 34. .550. .1000 1440.00 J. M. Taylor J. M. Taylor ...iooo... ...1000..-. ...iooo... ...1000... ....100... ....100... .... 50... .... 50... ....100... ....100... 100... ....100... ....625... .14!0:f0 ..1440.01 ..lt-'OOi ..1440.C0 ...141.00 ...144.(0 , .. 72.00 ... 72.00 ...1140 . . .I4t.ro ...1M.00 ...144.(0 ...300.ro M. Taylor M. Taylor Wackk Wack .... Wack .... Wack .... F. Wlssel F. Wisel H. Frolich H. Frolich U. Frolich .1. II Frolich. certificate not Issued,... 625 f0).(O In accordnmce with law, and an or der of the Board of Directors, made cri the 16th day of Octobjr, 1!K)3, so many shares of each parcel of such stork a may be necessary will b sold at pu'nl'c auction at the office of the Company, room 503, No. 330 Mairket street, San Francisco, California, on Saturday, the 12th dav of December. 1003, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., of said day, to pay delinquent assessments thereon, togeth er with costs of advertising and ex penses of the sale. H. C. SCHNABEL. Secretary. Office, Room 503 No. 330 Market Street San Francisco, California First publication November 2S- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homestead Entry No. 2953. Department of the Interior, Land O'F.ce at Tucson, Arizona, Nov. 11. 1913. Notice Is hereby given that the following named- settler has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District court at Phoenix, Ail zona, on Tuesday, December 15, 1903, vlr: Eselso Quijada, of Phoenix. Ail ona, for the S. 14 N. W. 4 Sec. 21, T. 1 .. R. 3 E.. G. & S. R. Ti. & M. He name! the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Ani setto Quijada. Jnrie Quijada, Peiro Trujilld and Fermin Trujillo, al! of Phoenix, Arizona. MILTON Ti. MOORE. Register. First publication November 13, 1903. DEPARTMENT Or THE INTERIOR Washington. D. C Oct. 31. 1903. Sealed proposals (In duplicate) will ne received at the department until 2 m. Tuesday. December 8, 1903, for the construction of about eighteen miles of canal, pressure pipes and tunnels, together with head works, spin. Ways and gates, for the diver- fij0n an,i conduction of about 00 cubic feet of water per second, from Salt river, about 23 miles north of Globe, Arizona, for power purposes. Proposals must be submitted in three bids, one for tunnels, one for pressure pipes, and one for other structures. Plann and specinYations may be obtained af- ter Nov. 17. 1903. by application to Arthur P. Davis, Phoenix, Arizona. A'.l bids must me accompanied by certified checks for $1,000. payable to the sec- retary of the interior. Right is re- served to reject any or all bids, waive technical defects, to accept one part ..4S0.:6 1 and reject the other, as the Interests ..14i.00jof the service may require. Bidder ..144.00 are invited to be present. Proposals must be marked, "Proposals for power c.jial. Salt liver, Arizona." E. A. HITCHCOCK. Secretary. Firsrt publication Nov. 6, 1903! POPULAR WANTS. S 3 S3 All Advertisements Running for Less Time Than One Month For Sale FOP1 SALE A four-year-old mare, well broken to ride and drive; buggy, harness, riding bridle, spurs, leggins. Cheap if taken at once. If you mean business, address P. D. Q., Repub lican. FOR SALE A nice turnout; a little rubber tire ball-bearing, buggy and splendid burrgy mnre. Bargain. In quire of Dr. IT. A." Hughes, 360 E. Adams st. FOR SALE or exchange ladies' tine gold watch for laying hens or pullets. Enquire 221 W. Adams st. LTCTION -Wednesday evening. Dec. 2. at 7 p. in., a big selection of holi day goods and jewelr novelties consisting In part of waist sets, watch fobs, necklaces, cuff buttons, breast piii.t. watch chains, scarf plus and other varieties. Now is your opportunity to get your Christmas gifts at vonr own bid. Edward Michel auctioneer. No. 8 East Washington street at the old Berlin stand, Wei r.esday evening at 7 p. m. FOR SALE Covered spring wagon. Suitable for stage or mountain travel. Call R. W. Parker, blacksmith shop, southwest corner First avenue and Jefferson st. AUCTION Wednesday. Dec. 2nd. at 2 p. m., a big variety must be sold to make loom for new goods, cor. -sisting of enameled and wooden beds, con modes, carpets. parlor suites, chilrs, rockers, roll top desk, extension tables. sldeOOHt ds, com fortables, rugs, bed sets, lace cur tains. dish?s, glassware, tinware, oil and wood sloven, piano, etc. Com monwealth Auction Co., 2fi-28 West Adams st. Edward Michel, auc tioneer. Highest price paid for second hand goods. FOR-SA LE Good "igaT-Ktandi op posite city hall, $400. FOR SALE Excellent double surry cheap. Box G12. FOR SALE Saddle and driving horse?, four miles east on McDowell road. C M. Etter. FOR SALE High grade Tribune bi cycle at a bargain; practically new. See BeJler at Goldman's. FOR SALE Nine room house, $4,500. Lock box 986. FOR SALE Seed barley, $1.00 sack. Also DeLavel separator. Chas. F. Be-rger, four miles east of Center o$ McDowell road, ' mile north. Box 4?6. HOUSE FOR SALE cheap. 1111 East Jefferson street. Enquire FORTY head fine heifers to sell or lease, part of which will be fresh soon. Thorough bred bull, at Temps " Creamery. FOR SALE or trade fina two-story brick and frame suburban residence with three acres of alfalfa; block from car lln. Will sell on easy terms or trade for good valley land improved or unimproved. Address Smith-Brown, this office. FOR SALE Brick house with two rooms and frame house? with two rooms, tath, windmill and large tank, garden, rose garden, shade trees, etc., on Grand avenue, one-half mile from Five Points; 100 feet front by 150 feet deep: a snap. Address box 434. FOR-SALETwo-story" brick house: S rooms; chicken yard: plenty shade; lawns, etc.; a snap if taken at once. Call 836 N. 2nd St. FOR SALE SO acres with' full water right in Grand canal, about 8 miles west of Phoenix; $25 per acre. The best buy in the valley. For par ticulars address L. V., P. O. box 8 IS. FOR SALE Two-story brick house, nine rooms: bath, pcreen porch, chicken yard, etc.; plenty shade. East front. A snap. Call 208 South Seventh ave. or see Masie. FOR SALE 20 acres three miles S. W. from Tempo; small frame house and tent house: one and one-fourth .acres in fruits, balance alfalfa; water right in Tempe canal; owner going away. Address E. C. B.. box 434. Phoenix. FOR SALE Five-room brick cottage: north and etist front: bath: screen porch, etc.: newly papered; just the place for a small family. Address P. O. Box 434. FOR SALE One of the best paying drug stores In Arizona. Address P. O.. box 434. F7)RSALE 15 acres five miles north east of Phoenix, in orange belt: three-room frame house, well an-1 cistern. For particulars address bo:c 434. FOR SALE Fifteen good dairy heif ers. Some will be fresh soon, al! are bred; extra good bi-ood mare and you ns draft horse, weight about 1,500 pounds. Three miles west from Six Points and one-half mile nort'l. W. L. Lockwood. FOR SALE At the old Berlin stand. No. 8 East AVashington street, a great assortment of waist sets, watch fobs, scarf pins, sun bursts, watch chains, necklaces, cuff buttons, hat pins and other vari;-ties of novelties at price to suit the purse of the last one m Phoenix. Michel & Rocs, prop. $3.25 PER ACRE buys 160 acres of titled land within mile of Scottsdale. Address Box 133 Tempe. OIL AT $1.10 per can at the Phoenix Oil Co. FOR SALE 125 tons hay in stack. The Valley Realtv Co. FOR SALE. At a bargain, one surrey, full leather top; also one hand sewed harness. Apply' 627 N. 4th St. FOR SALE. Tenroo:n b-ick house; stone foundation; polished floot: modern plumbing; electric lights; bath room; butler's pantry; cellar; 1 large screen sleeping room: porch es; city water; lawn and shade tree.i: shed barn. $5,000 In easy payments. Could not be duplicated for $7.?0f. W. H. Robinson. 102 Wrest Adams St. FOR SALE 400-acre ranch w ith water right under Arizona canal.wifh $5,00:) 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 Francis; Frazier at the Titus ranch. FOR BOND AND LEASE. Terms rea sonable, a group of five claims adjoining the Oold Quarry Min ing Co.'s mines, Maricopa county. For further particulars' address J. Prince. Morristown. Ariz. Fop Bent TO RENT Untarnished brick cottage, large yard, 313 East Monroe st. Rent $15.00. E. J. Bennett, agent. No invalids. FOR SALE Two tent houses, parti furnished. Inquire of Frank Con nelley at the Hoffman. FOR SALE A good stationery and bicycle business In Mesa. Inquire Pomeroy Bros. Co. HOUSE for rent cheap. E. Jefferson st. Inquire llll FOR RENT Room for light house keeping. Inquire at the Fair. FOR RENT SeOn room cottage on West Adams st.: good location lawn and .'hade trees, rent reasonable. W. J. Murphy, O'Neill block. FOR RENT The Redman Meat Mar ket, also cjher buildings. Globe Arizona. Adcfress Box 26. FOR RENT Ranch with stock at Buckeye. W. C. Dawes, Valley Pride Creamery. FOR RENTFTvTurnished housesTat 434 North Sevrnth avenue. FOR RENT 160-acre well improved alfalfa ranch under the Salt canal. The Valley Realty Co. FURNFsHEI) COTTAGE.' Three rooms: in country; modern conven iences; pure water in hydrant. Free transportation. Call 323 Filmore St., between 3rd and 4th Sts. Howard. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, room 5, Nicholson bulldlmr. FOR 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. Board and Sooms LEE'S HA N C i G oo d bo a t d , a f e w I e -sirable tents left, camping privileges for boardero, free ride daily from Fnrrls" groceiy. 11 a. m. NICE SUNNY room with hoard N. Fifth st. GOOD ROOMsTnd " board at private residence. S15 Montezuma avenue. CLAYTON'S HOMESIDE Park Hotel. 5 1-2 miles east of Phoenix, and 109 feet higher. Attractive grounds; ex cellent 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. CO UN T RY BOARD. TP jrt ies desTri ng first-class room and ooard In the country can find same at the Rum mey on Grand avenue, 14 mile from city. Call or telephone main 332. Furnished Booms FOR R.VVargT7ront'romrradjo:n ing kitchen, furnished for litrnt hoiisokeeping. No invalids 607 N. First st. YOUR TRUNK MOVED FRiiE Your trunk moved free. I move yoar trunk free of charge ,if you rent any room contained in nv list of funiished rooms. Rooms for light housekeeping. Quick rentals assured. H. M. Chapman. 42 North First ave. FOR OR RENT Brick house, sunny rooms thornug ilv f.m.ished, batn fc97 East AOnms st. Rent $21.00 including water. Agents. H. I. Latham & Co.. No Ina!ids taken. FOR RENT NiFely furnished five room house. One block from Bri!l street car line. Fine shade and water, additional furniture for right party. $l.".00r Address Wright. Republic-in, BOARD at Grant's ranch; first class; first house east of Indian school. Rcoms or tents; four blocks from street cars. Address R. F. D. 1. FOR RENT Neatly furnished at 527 West Madison st. rooms FOR RENT. Nicely furnished rooms at 522 E. Washington street. FOR RENT. Nicely furnished rooms with bath and other conveniences connected. 530 West Adams. No in valids. VV R N IS II ED ROOMS-T O RENT. At 543 West Adams street, large front loom, suitable for two people. Have been no sick people in the house and none taken. THE ARCADE: Eiegant rurntshed rooms, strictly first-class. No In valids. 32 fTouth Center St. HcId Wanted WA NTEDTdiM- lit light work tor room and board. Mrs. Englerran, 1701 IC Van Buie,i, or three blocks north of Eastlake park. WANTED Immediately 'good cook for place in country,, give street number. Address box f.65. WANTED Woman cock and dish washer for small hotel, wages $35.00 and $15.00. Room and board. Mrs. W. R. McCornb. Macy hotel, Wilcox, A. T. WANTED A frirl for general house work for a family of two. Call at 517 E. Adams tt. Mrs. W. F. Nich ols. WANTED Oood lanch man. 3 Vi miles cast Indian school. J. Goebel. WANTED Stenographer 'fmalv. 'Phone or address Farmers and Mer chants' bunk, Tempe. HOUSEKEEPER wanted, for healthy family in Phoenix. Position per manent, pleasant home. modern house. Must be good cook, neat in appearance. strong . and healthy. Wages $25. Address immediately, Box 278. Phoenix. WA ITRESSATMES AHOTEL -S20 00 rer month and room : no sick people at hotel. Apply at Mesa, hotel. Mesa, tieo. Schornick. Most Be Paid in Advance. WANTED Experienced cook nnJ waiter nt Santa Fe Restaurant, 17 S. First ave. Situations Wanted WANTED- -Sewing by the day. 511 N. First st. Apply GOOD EXPERIENCED 'nrtt-clasa Japanese cook wants situation Ik best family or hotel. Address Yoskin. P. O. box 1004. A GOOD ROUGH carpenter wants a job. Will work for low wages at finishing to gain experience. Ad dress or call on J. D. Wilhite, Phoenix hotel. WANTED EVERYWHERE Hustlers to tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.; no canvas'ng; good pay. Sun Advertising Bureau, Chi cago. HOUSE cleaning by white man. this office. M. J NURSE Respectable woman wishes child at home. Mother's care. Nurse 1140 East Madison st. SITUATION WANTED by young man as bookkeeper or office work. Four years' Experience. Address 330 East Polk st A YOUNG MAN would like light work, understands horses, or home place: wages no object. Address box 10 Republican otiice. WANTED By youngman," 'a light" job out doors. Apply Salvation Armv. Miscellaneous Wants WANTED In good neighlMrhO(dtwo furnish d rooms or one large room w ith two beds, wiht or without -hoar 1. State utrticulars. Address V33 Re publican. V A X T K 1 1 To reit ranch thirty or forty acres in alfalfa. W. R., Re publican office. WANTED Hcg wire. Address "wire" this office. WANTED Geese: will pay $1 apiece. Olsen, South Seventh avenue. WANTED To borrow five hundred dollars for one to two yei'rs on young t'alry stock. No commission. Address 'Box 53. City A LADY wishes to rent a bureau or chiffonier for the winter. Address 220 North 10th ave. WANTED Sound light horse. Call 223 Vert Sherman st. 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 be carefully distri butei. Those in need please call. A.ltU to buy or rent a twenty to forty acre alfalfa ranch with good house. Place must be in good condition, give price and terms. P. O. Box, 702, Phoenix. LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY. Lace 'making and bead work. Stamping done to order. 17 South Second street. Mrs. W. W. Hill. WANTED Boarders at Hall's ranch. three miles west and two miles south of Five Points. Address Box 813. Phoenix'. WANTED. Boarders and roomers at Coxe's ranch, one and a half miles Id country, 3 blocks from Indian school car line. Mrs. M. V. Montgomery, propr. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen. 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street Uost and Pound i KOl:N,-)""A bicJ'1- le. coiner of Fifth avenue and Washington st. Owner may have same by proving property and paying charges. E. R. Blooni field. 445 West Washington st. ESTRAYED, fiom Tempe small, fat bay pony, white stripe on face. No mark! or brand. ; Notify Tempi; rranager Republican. Tempe. LOST Black cot ker spaniel, answer to name of Prince. Dog tax No. 21. Return to lOOfi South First avenue Reward. LOST Hand-made lace handkerchief. Plea3 return to this office. FOUND Six miles west and one and one-half miles south of Five Points, one dark bay mare, weight about 900 pounds. W. J. Osborne. LOST Ladies' Hunting case watch, letters C. L. ' M. engraved on case. Reward. Return to this office. FOUND-One "dark "bay horsei 13 hands, weighing 1300 pounds. Ten years old. Also one dark bay horse with white right hind foot. White spot on forehead, 13 hands, weighing 1200 pounds, ten years old. Found Wednesday. Can be recovered bj identifying them, paying for this ad vertisement and pasture. The Bart-leh-Heard Lund and Cattle com pany. REWARD Lost, a charm with small diamond setting, letters engraved N. D. Finder will be liberally re warded. Apply at The Repbulican office. FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all gain, cures wind colic, ana Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five c.ntf a bottle. S"ome live men remind us of dead ones who forgot to get buried. Chi cago News. o Eczema, cald head, hives. Itchn?ss of the skin of any sort instantly re lieved, permanently cured. Doan's Ointment. At any drug store. Many a good woman can see whre she might have been better looking. Chicago News. ''Neglected colds make fat grave yards." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Svrjp helps men and women to a happy vigorous old age. Vhen a man is generous with his wife in a financial way. the neighbors regard It as a sort of conscience fund. Atchison Globo. PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. PASCOK, Notary Public. Convey ancing a specinltr- Acknowledgements tuken. no North Center street. ATTORNEY-AT-LA f U OiTn RESCOT Tonf t lonTTl Commercial Law a specialty. Room CS-10 Cotton block. Phoenix, Arizona. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards. EDWARDS & MORTON, Lawyers. 19 S. Center St. Phoenix, Ariz. J. W. CRENSHAW, .attorney at law. Of. rice rooms 210 and 211 Fleming Building. Phoenix, Arizona. CHIROPODY. PAINLESS removal of corns or bunion prices ) cents each. Privacy assured. Day or nlRht. Fashion liafbt-r 8hop. basement cor. Center and Washington Sts. Tel. Red !!. Frank Shirley. KINDERGARTEN. Mis. Hills' Kindergarten anrl Private 9rhal, 135 W. Monroe hi reel. Ml EM, kimlergari ener; Miss Evangeline fired, grade work. MASSAGES. TRY MADAM R SIMPSON S PREPARA TION for facial masage and develop ing tNe bust. Price 5i cents Jar. Cail or address 512 S. Second nvpniif 'Phono Red 5!4. ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. J. O. A. KING. Assayer and MetaUurcint cyanide concentration, mill and rmrl ter testa. IS N. Second Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. MADAME SIMPSON has returned from Chicago anr will take up her work of rnanicuriner, halrdressing and massage. Cill or Rcldrena 012 S. Second avenue. Thon Red 634. CHARLES ROGERS (lTC or WASHINGTON. 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LUKES, Ashburnhsm, Ontario, Testifies the Good Qualities of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. ta Ashburnham, Ont., April IS. 19U. I think that it is only right that t should toll what a wonderful eff-ct Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has produced. The day before Easter I wa so distressed with a cold and cough that I did not think to be able to tak any duties the next day, as my voic was almost choked by the cough. The same day I received an order from you fcr a bottle of your Cough Remedy. I at once procured a sample bottle, am! took about three doses of the medicine. To my great relief the cough and ool I had completely disappeared and I van able to preach three times on Easter Day. I know that this rapid and effect ive cure was due to your Cough Rem edy. I make this testimonial without solicitation, being thankful to have found such a God-sent remedy. Res pectfully yours, E. A. LANGFELDT. M. A.. Rector of St. Luke's Church. To Chamberlain Medicine Co. 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Having obtained one of the lest lighted rooms for testing eyes, besides having fifteen years practical experi ence In adjusting glasses. In order to Introduce them to the public I sha'l offer to fit spectacles at $1.50; gol.l filled frames $3.50, with best lenses; for one week only. Harry Friedman OPTICIAN, 35 North Center St.