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THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MOKXIXC, -DECEMBER 12, 1003
TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS -..Vjl.ypnf7 PBOPCSSIOKAL 3&. g;&JL'.Agwrn 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. i Tbts records for yesterday wer: RECORDER'S COURT. Mary I Fr.ir field to Martha E. Mor ton and husband, release, part SV 1-4, st'c 6, township 1 north, range i east. City tax collector to C. H. Dunlap, tired, lot blk. A, University add. Uuckeye Canal and Lumber company to Chus. S. WiKid, deed, water right V 1-2 of NE 1-4. sec. 4, township 1 south, range 3 west. Valley Lumber company to M. & P. and S. R. V. railroad company, deed, li.-tst S. 10, 12, and part lots 7, 9, 11, (ilk. 50, Ph-oenix. Xcra Champagne and husband ta Kcan Protneio, deed, 5 acres of NE 1-4, pre. 2, township 1 north, range- o cast. Evan Prothero to S. C. Sorenson, deed, same as above. George H. Campbell to J. P. Flutn-t-rf-.dt. release, AV 1-2 of sec. 11, town ship 1 south, range 4 cast. 1 . and I?, and AV. A. Mocur" and wives to John H. Lawrence, mortgage, AY 1-2 of XE 1-4. sec. 10, township 1 youth, range 4 east.' J. 15. Flumerfelt nnd wife to George II. Campbell, mortgage, XW 1-1 sec. 11, township' 1 snutb, range 4 east. 15. F. and AV. A Mceur und wives, to Gecrge H. Campbell, mortgage. SV 1-4 st i. 11. tcwjuship 1 south, range 4 -ast. Wei-sex 'o. to J. M. Evans and wife, release, i'E 1-4 of sec. 12, township 1 south, mnge 0 wast. Maty L. Zuck and husband to Pert "VYingir, mortgage, iart lot 5, blk. 11, Mesa, City. THE DOCTORS AGREE. Tvo Physicians Both Agree on the New Scientific Dandruff Treatment. Dr. J. M. Powell, of Spokane, Wash., says: "Herpicide has given good satisfaction in my family for dan druiT." Dr. W. G. Alban. of Walla Walla. "Wash., says: "I find Herpk-ide all that is claimed for it as u dandruff cure. I shall prescribe it." Dandruff. Is a germ disease and you can't cure it un less you kill the dandruff germ; and you can't do that unless you use New Pro's Herpicide, the only preparation in the world that destroys the para sites. A delightful hair dressing; al lays itching instar.tly; makes hair glossy and soft as, silk. It is a sure fluudruff destroyer. Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c in stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mi' h. AYakelin's pharmacy, 'spec ial agent. Coffee wa.s unknown to the ancient F.omans; but they had cloves. Chi cago News. o COMMUNICATION FROM H. GOOD MAN'S PHARMACY. Offers to Refund Money if Hyomei Does Not Cure Catarrh. To the Editor of The Arizona Repub lican: We have been asked recently if the advertisements printed in your columns regarding Ilyomei were true, where we offer to refund the money if this treatment dees not cure ca tarrh and catarrhal deafness. We wish you would please print this letter in as conspicuous place as possible in your paper .saying that we absolutely agree to refund the money to any pur chaser of a Ilyomei outfit if it does not cure catarrh. This outfit consists of un inhaler of a convenient size to be carried in the vest pocket so that the user ca:i breathe Hyomei four or five times daily. With this is included a medicine dropper, and a bottle f Hyomei. The outfit setts for S1.00 and is a most economical treatment, for the inhaler lasts a lifetime and there is enough Hyomei for several weeks' use.,whil; extra bottles can he obtained for 50- We trust this letter will settle any doubts that may have arisen as to our willingness to refund the money for a Hyomei outfit in case the pur chaser is not perfectly satisfied. We wish to say emphatically that our guarantee on Hyomei holds good, and we will refund the money to any dissatisfied purchaser who simply states that he ha3 used the treatment according to directions and has not been helped. Respectfully yours, II. GOODMAN'S PHARMACY. Some men are constantly trying to lower the record for meanness. Chi cago News. o Ftirdor-k I'.l-xvl Pitters gives a man a clear head, an active brain. 'a strong vigorous body mukes him fit for th. battle of life. A sprinter should never Vcar hose hat are warranted not to run. Chi cago News. o . Croup instantly relieved. Dr. Thom as' Electric Oil. Perfectly safe. Never fails. At any drug store. If you would advertise your trouble-; without cost tell them to a gossip. Chicago News o Every family should have its house l:"ld medicine (best and the first Pot 1 1 - in it should le Dr. Wood's Nor way Pine Syrup. Nature's remedy for coughs and colds. You can ti"ver judge a widow's grief by the length of her mourning veil. Chicago News. 1 o Itching piles? Never mind if physi cians have failed to cure you. Try Doan'.s Ointment. No failure there, all cents at any drug store. Let every man there will be no census. Chicago fight as he talks an 1 occasion for another News. -o- EALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. Immediately relieves hoarse, crojp cou;;h. oppressed ra.1tling, rasptng and difficult breathing. Henry C. Stearrs, DruL-gi-t. Shuilsburg, AVi"c: nsirt, w.ltets, May '.'0, 1001: 'I have been selling Pal lard's Hcrehound Syrup for two year?, and have never had ft preparation that has given better satisfaction. I notice that when I sell a bottle .they com: back for moi-e. I can honestly recom nend it. 25c, 50c and $1.00, at Elvey Hulett's. If a man feels it in his boties, it's apt to be. rheumatism. Chicago News. 119 CONTEST NO. 1. t To Be Given for ths 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 ilist $1,000.00 and 2 per cent on all in excess of that amount has been actually paid to us. Each $100.00 of the amount of the purchase price shall entitle the seller and the buyer to one vote each. A corporation or parlneisdiip will be considered as one individual. Any fraction of a vote annexed to an estimate wiil bo disregarded and the estimate taken to mea.ii the number submitted with the frac tion oin'tted. All estimates must be in our oflice before 3 p. m., November 1st, 1904. whether sent by mail or otherwise, and all not in by that time will be returned to the sender rejected. If there is a tie in the estimate of two or more persons for the prize the amount thereof will be equally divided nniong them. Write the date, e.-timate. .and yo::r name and address plainly on each Vote. Planks will be furnished you on application. Changes will npt be allowed after estimates are once received and registered. The award will be made by an impartial ommittec as soon as pos sible after the otlicial vote is ati'iou'icel, and their judgment shall be final and conclusive in the matter. Every person entering this contest- assents thereby to these conditions. The Valley Phone Main 36. 37 N. REAL ESTATE. RENTS. INSURANCE.' fxJVI. . gar " "a -m? VI !rZ!i Fitisld & liallagher 6EXEFAL CONTRACTORS AK3 SUPERINTENDENTS EitlmuU Fund. lied Fortius ll-li-H O'Neill Building f. O kinx 67S, Phoenix, Arisona Joe Flf.old Geo. H. QMl&g-htfr FAVORITE FAMILY REMEDY. Frequently accidents occur in the household, which taus? burns, cuts, sprains and bruises. For u5e in such cases Balh'rd's Snow Liniment has for many years been a constant fnvorit? family remedy. 25c, 60c and $1.0D at Elvey & Hulett's. Nothing makes a man feel more creepy than to think of false hair w hen he thinks ahout a woman he likes. J New York Press. A glass or two of water taken ha'f an hoir before 1 reakfast will usually keep the bowel.? regular. Harsh cathar tics should be avoided. When a pur g.itive is needed, take Chamberlain's Stomach ar.-i Liver Tablets. They ar mild and g-ntle in their actiii. For sale by all i'. ' ggists. When a man is getting the v.urt of an argument with a female he is sure to fpy: "Well, that's just like a wo man!" Chicago News. HE FOUND A CURE. P. II. Foster. 31S S. 2d Strict, Salt Laki City, writes: "I have boon lxthi?red with dyspepsia and Indigestion fr 21 years, have tried many doctors with out iielief, but I have found a cure in Tlerbine. I recommend it to ail my friends who n:e afflicted that way, and it is curing them, too. 50c at Elvey & Hulett's. LAST OF IKE EUZZARD. The Former Bandit Blind and Ending H13 Days In a Poorhouse. "Ike" Puzzard, of "Welsh ir.ountii-.i nctoriety. sits in his invalid chair i;i the Perks county almshouse, biind and partially .paralyzed and patiently wait ing for death to end his suffcrinfrs. Le?pite this. "Ike" says be is as hap py as the day is lontr. Once a man of nervs and dating, who knew no fe:ir, he is now a nervous ji'iysical wreck. Ruzaard is 47' years (dd: has spent fitteen years of his life in jail; has been totally blind and partially paral yzed for ten years, and has spjnt ever three years in the pocrhcuse. He re turned there ths other day. He had no alternative when his broth'-r "Abe" was cat into prison or. the charge of wholesale chicken stealing, for "Ab'" was his only, supporter. "I pruess I'm here to stay now." snid Ike shortly after his return to his eld final ters. "No, I won't talk about my past. It's burled. Pesidrs, it migrhf have a bad influence on the minds of younpT men. It's an old story too many. Once I published ,- book m the subject, and rold every copy. Wish ther had never been circulated. "It's hard to lie down lil" this after hnvinr I'd such an active life. Put I j-tucss it's for the best. I live for on--alone that of doing good, for 'what dth it profit a man if be gain the whole world and lose his own soul ." "Of course I believe Abe i-i innocent of this last charge against him. Poor fellow! He took me out of here a year or so agn- to make a home for me. And we did live very happily until this new trouble came on him."" Philadel phia Inquirer. If you have weak lungs you have reason to fear pneumonia, and should keep at hand a bot tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It counteracts any tendency of a cold or attack of the grip to result in pneumonia, and is pleasant and safe to take. It always cures, and cures quickly. I' .Hi Realty Co. Center St., Phoenix, Ariz. LOANS. The intrinsic value of a thing is what it will trirf;. RARE SELECTIONS of Dainty HOLIDAY NOVELTIES Whde ASSORTMENT LASTS. Tr-c CoiiMMaltl .ect'en Co; 8 Eas! Washington Street 3 I "I flnl Cmrarots to eood that I trooH not be TTitliout tlieuL. I wag troubled a cre.it deal with toriid livor and headache. Now since taking C'aHcnret. Candy Cathartic 1 fee 1 very nitieh bettor . 1 Hh:i!l certainly recommend them t' my frieuda as the bet medieiiie I hnve ever seen." Anna b&zint-t. Uslura Mill No. i. Fall River, Mass. a i-.o-ijim, ui it I Mil in, r'lrrilt, mFP1 VJfM'U. uo ' TOU, Nver feickwn, Wukin or iripe, 10c. 23o. 50c. Nvr old in hulk. Th ennin tablet Ktnmied CCC. (iiiftrttiitcctl to curJ or your money back. I Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 6ot ANH'JALSALE, TEH MILLION BOXES Plain D.in.i.i. r & a. rr a. r i t r a Failure in lifris tnore often d;;c U. ithnusted lierve force limn to lack of ca ,itril. Sitronij nerve ufr the cn)'tal that hehs i!ir-:i c'nr-ier cTv.iition. "Vh'-n p'-o-jltf 1 ie their capital they set to work fi return it. M lien ue loe our nerve force we otiyiit to sek a lu-nns bari:. Tlnre 13 a way sc:entifjc. ot ('ettinr it ccriaiu and feed the aerres, nialihv' thc-m steady an. I stroni; as steel. V.'e lo iitit lxMicve they can fail to cure Nervous Ieii!i!y mid physical ex haustion: tint's Tvhy wcmi'fc to refund your lucacy if six boxes do not cure ycu. 51.03 per box; 6 hoxes fo.00, mailed secnrelv sen led upon teceipt of price. Hook free. Adilres':, 1'iiAI, JltuiclNE Co., Cleveland, Ohio. . FOK SALE PY ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. Every Womasi fa inmruClurl anH iliinlil 1-nr.iv ubut, the woinirrful MARML WhirlirKi Snrev The new Taglnnl Syria if . Jnjrc- Hon and nwhnn. Ii(t-Saf- est Most Convenient, Ak yonrdrnvhit tr It. 11 np rjinnut supply the MARVIili, act' t no nllltT tllllni kluinn f s-iv fill) narlUMlhirs anil H ir-lwire in valuahlcto Ih.Ii-m. M AltVt L, CO., Times Hldh'., .ew Vork. & (f-jjp Best For CANDYCATrURTICJ .s-:,v',v3.vk mm POPULAR WANTS, 5B5E33BSE3S3EE3S3E All Advertisements Running for Less Time Than One Month Sala . FOR SALE $.100.00 buys furniture of 16 rooms, Holmes building:. Wiil lease by year for $G00.00. Present rentals $155.00 per month, Goodell, owner. FOR SALE Tent and camp outfit, or tamp outfit separate, used Only by I healthy people. Inquire at Photo tent, end of Indian school car line. ; FOR SALE One new six horse power Llewellyn gasoline engine. Engine suitable for pumping plant on ranch. Inquire at Valley bank. I FO R S A LE X e w saddle, Texas style. cushion seated Apply 2203 West j Jefferson st. ! I-OR SALE Cheap, saddle pony saddle. Apply Ambrore corral. and i'OR SALE Horse and runabojt, it fine looking outfit, cheap. H. I. Lat ham & Co.. 44 N. Center st. $450 Ul LlTciI YAy PAX b P4y ea r old geritto mules, buggy and harness. Enquire at 2!) South First ave. FOIl SLE-A tho'roushbred meat Dane pup; good watch do. S. A. M., S04, Phoenix. FOR SALE Twenty- head of . lirst class milch cows, a milk route, sep arator, etc. Address Mrs. L. M. Kcher.k, Tempe. EXCELLENT"" D( 1 'LriJLE"i5 ITKIJ K VloT sale reasonable. Pox 012. iThTpkst pT s ln : ESS-" C ll AN CE in Phoenix; invoice J4TJC; cheapest rent; for tale at a sacrifice; A P, this office. D Rrj7A7Mcl")OXALL will sell at pub lic auction about 30 bead riding and driving horses and unbroken colts at his yard, corner Fifth ave. and Wash ington .every Saturday and Monday. Horses on view day before. Any one can enter horses for the sale. Re frexrmenls will be served from 12 to 1 o'clock. AlC'TK X SaUiTdayTDeeriaT-! 9037at No. i'3 S. First ave., at 2 o'clock p. m. (Jrnr.d lot of new and second hand Iron beds, springs, mattresses, dressers, commodes, chairs, willow and other rockers, wai'drobe, exten sion tables, hail rack, rus, curtains, center bibles, refrigerate! s, book:--, lamps, bii yi.-les, stoves.' etc. Phoe nix Auction Co. No. 2J S. First ave. FOR SALE High grade" Tribune" bi cycle at bargain; practically new. See Peller at Goldman's. Fc ) II SA 1 ,ES 3 ." 0 lui y s a tirst-cias-, cigar stand. Front of Yellowstone saloon, opposite city hail. OIL l.lu Oil Co. per can delivered. 'Phone Red 522. Phoenix t R SA LK - Eleven"" rubber and steel tire buck boards, spi i.ig three seated wagoi.r harness and horses single buggies, 1. Pole biiggies, ..agons, surreys, twenty sets oT cf all kind Valley corral.- Five Points. F ""iitSA LE iJirge black" draTt driving and saddle p iny, new At Mc'"!'.ire ranch iy miles mare, wagon. South of Capitol. FOR SALE A good paying business well established. In operation ten y;)r.- ' )'.-. ner compelled to ?tiJ o; account of other business imprests. V: i e $3r0, part cash, security on business for balance. Address box M,-J City. FOR SALE 15 fresh milch cows, one work mare, weight 1200; one saddle horse, two miles east. J. C. McXulty. FOR SALE SO acres with Mesa wat er, fenced and ready for farming. j;;0 per acre. Address, Mi-:i hotel, Jlesn. l ull SALE 4J0-acie rancii with wat er right under Arizona canal, wiih $.",000 brick house. Fine water and good water work3 with water piped all through house. Fire barn and other outbuildings. Address P. O.. .133 , Tempe, or call un Francis Fra zier at Titus ram h. 1 OR SALE Covered spring wagon. Suitable for stage or mountain traxel. Call R. W. Parker, blacksmith shop. ' southwest curlier First avenue and Jefferson St. Foil SAL! 1T acres live miles north east of Phoenix, in orange b?lt: three-room frame house, well and cistern. For particulars address box 424. FOIl SALE Prick house with two rooms and frame house with two rooms, bath, 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 SALE Tvostory brick house: S rooms; chicken yard; plenty shade; lawns, etc.; a snap if taken at once. Call S36 X. 2nd St. I-'OU-SA"Lli80ac"res with full water right in GFand catJiI, about S miles west of Phoenix: $23 per acre. The best buy in the valley. For par ticulars address L. V., P. O. box 81S. F6RSALE TwosTory brick- house, nine rooms; bath, screen porch, chicken yard, etc;.; plenty shade. East front. A snap. Call 20S South Seventh ave. or see Masie. FOR SALE 20 acres three miles S. W. from Tempe; 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. P.. box 434. Phoenix. FOR SALE Five-room brick cottage: north and east front: bath: screen porch, etc.; newly papered; just the place for a small family. Address P. O. Pox 434. FOR SALE Otie of the best paying drug stores In Arizona. Address P. O.. box 434 ' FORSALE A tfheoid Perlin stand. X'o. 8 East Washington street, a great assortment of waist sets, watch fobs, scarf pins, sun bursts. watch chains, necklaces, cuff buttons, hat pins and other varieties of novelties at prices to sv.it the purse of the last one m Dioenix. i Michel ft Roos, prop. FOR SALE. Ten room brick house; stone foundation; polished floors: 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.t-0l'. W. II. Robinson, 102 AVcst Adams St. FOR SALE or trade fins two-story brick and frume suburban residence with ;three acres Of alfalfa; block from car line. Will sell on easy terms or trade for good valley land improved or unimproved. Address Smith-Prown, this oltiee. FOR SALE Nine room house, $4,500. Lock box Old. ffcr Bent ROOMS for light housekeeping at 240 I East Taylor st. FOR REXT Tents and tourist houses for light housekeeping at Scottsdale from to to $12 per month. Pure welt witter and best sanitary conditions' in the valley. For further particulars enquire at Xo. 4 West Adam St. FOR 7lEXTTwo rooms for house keeping: hath. Xo sick taken. Call ESQ X. Third st. FOIl RENT Small ranch dole to town. Nearly half in alfalfa, small house. The Valley Realty Co. UXKl'RXlsiIEI)"-lafge'i sunny' front rooms in healthy 'family, close hi. Address H, Republican. FOR REXT Rooms single or for light housekeeping-; l.yge yard; iuiel neighgborhocd ; four blocks from Washington st. Also pony to let by day. 207 E. Buchanan st., city. FOR REXT Unfurnished rooms at Alamo house. Inquire 121Vi First ave, room 8. up Etairs. FuiOrEXTTheRedman Meat-Mar-ket, also other buildings. Globe Arizpna. Addiess Pox 3G. 1 FOR REXT Two ran' hes. Or. W. II. Pattin, 17 .So. Second st. FOR-KENT Furnished andu""ntur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, room 5, Nicholson building. FUR RENT Fine lodging house. 16 rooms. Reasonable rent. Enquire H. I. Latham Co. FORhEXT TT6 acresTand, half aN falfa. one mile from creamery. Lin coln Fowler, room 15. Porter building. Qcard and 2coms NICE FRONT room with board 332 X. Fifth st. Foil FIRST CL.SS ROOMS and board try the Rumney, on Orand ave. l'i miles from postoffice; plenty of good Jersey milk and ejgs; free iiar.Fportatioii to city daily. Tele phone X.v.iii 332. COO!.r liOARl 'and "roorns$30 per month; sick or well. 813 Monte zuma. jC'ASA LOJLV A first class, modern. I ir-edi;;i:i price. family hotel at ; CLA Y?OX;s'"lh)MEVmE Park iloieT. - I G 1-2 miles east of Phoenix, and 103 ( reet lilgher. Attractive grounds: I i-tlient 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. Purnishcd Booms TWO connecting rooms for three or four pel soi s furnished: private en trance. 127 South Third avenue. FOR RENT One suite of furnished rooms for light housekeeping at 722 West Madison st. i FOR REXT Cottage furnished" for I housekeeping: dry location: coun I try; meat and vegetables brought to j door. Rox 612 . FOR P.KXT Four furnished rooms for housekeeping in c ountry. Addres-i Mrs. J. D. Gilbert. R. F. D. Xo. 1. Phoerdx. FCRXISHED ROOM Wnn all neei-s-s:.ry .-onve:vences. 530 West Adams. YOU irT R U N K MOV'KD FRF Ei rncve your trunk free of charge if rent any room contained in my list cf furnished rooms. Rcoins for light hf.iisokc-eping. Quick rentals assured. Chapman & Irvin. 42 North First ave HOARD at Grant's ranch; first class; first house east of Indian school. Renins or tents; four bletks from street cars. Address R. F. D. 1. j FOR RENT Neatly furnished ' rooms at j27 West Madison st. TI 1 E ARCADE Eiegant Turnished rooms, strietly first-class. Xo in valids. Zl Couth Center St. Help Wanted VA X TF D t7incr" dryinan t6 manage steam laundry. Good job. Steady work. Address Territorial asylum for insane. Phoe nix. Arizona. WAXTED Girl"" for general house work. sleep at home. Call between 10 and 12 a. m., 144 X. Second ave. AVAXTED Waitress who understands her business. Apply early Sixth ave nue hotel. ' . WAXTED Cook. one who under stands meats and pastries. Call at once, Sixth Avenue hotel. YOUNO MAN to Tlo" chores for home. Pox CI 2. AVA1TRESS AT MESA HOTEL -520 00 per month and room; no sick people at hotel. Apply at Mesa hotel. Mesa. Geo. Schornick. Situations Wanted WANTED Position as governess by healthy refined lady of experience, best references furnished. Address 749 E. AVashington st. AVAXTED Py young woman position as cook in healthy family. Inquire at Commercial. Ahv.ire AVi'.liams. YOUNG MAX wants light outdoor work, moderate pay satisfactory. Addiess X. Z.. Republican. SITUATION AVAXTED Girl wishes general housework. Apply Salvation Army hall. , YOUNG MAX desires a light position on ranch. Address box 100, Repub lican. A-STUDEXT who has had several years office experience in this terri tory, and competent to take charge of a set ot books, wants oifice work 1 Mast Be Paid in Advance. in Phoenix that will take up about two-thirds of his time. Would like to see any business that wishes a set of books kept requiring but a few hours of work each day. Can furn ish references from the mcst reliable business men in Phoenix. Inquire at this office or address P. O. Pox S53. IiOL'SS cleaning by white-man. M. this office. Lost and Pound STOLl'Iiy'si TrTbune bicycle! Reward for information or return to Republic an. ESTRAY Cume to my ranch about Pec 1st, one black row with eight (8) small pigs. Owner can have the same by paying for this notice also feed hill. E. O. Slocum. ' Miscellaneous Wants WAXTED List your ranches with Chapman & Irwin. They have cus tomers for several five, ten and twenty acre ranches. A GENTLEMAN and his wife, neither having any disease whatsoever, de sire bourd for about four months on a ranch where there is very little irrigating, no children, no other boarders, and where they have fresh milk, eggs, and butter. The further from Phoenix the better. Address 2 this office. TO BUY Gentle riding and driving pony; also light buggy. Address Geo. H. Gebby, S35 X. Fifth ave. WAXTED A recond-hand typewriter, of cheaper sort if serviceable for or dinary correspondence. Address Postmaster at Cave Creek. Arizona. WAXTED A small furnished house. State locality and price with de scription of property. Family of three with no tuberculosis. P. Re publican oifice. PROF. LESLIE WARFEIfor several years instructor in the Spanish schools of Central America and re cently of the Commercial Sharthand School of Chjcago, will tidiu classes in shorthand and Spanish; also Lat in and English branches. Address Leslie AYarfel. or call at the Prisley Drug Co.. for information. REWARD $100 for arrest and con viction of the impoaitor soliciting in name of the American Cleaning and Dyeing works. Xo agents. T. H. Johnson. E.. Washington and 3rd st. "Phone Red Z',". CLOTHING or delicacies for-the-poor and sb-k can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance T."nion. corner of Monroe and Central ave. They will be carefully distri buted. Those in need please call. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present arid future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen. TO cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street ' RECTOR OF ST. LUKES, Ashburnham, Ontario, Testifies the Good Qualities of Chamber lain's Ccugh Remedy. to II think that it is cr.ly right that I should tell what a wonderful effect Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has pro Iuced.The day before Easter I was so distressed with a told rnj cough that I dpi not think to be able to take any duties the next day, as my voice was almost thoked by the cough. The same day I received an order from you fcr a bcttle of your Cough Remedy. I at once procured a sample bottle, and tool: about three doses of the medicine. To my great relief the cougli and ce.l i had completely disappeared and 1 was able to preach three times on E.ister Day. I know that this rapid and effect ive cure was due to ycur Ccugh Rem edy. I make this testimonial without solicitation, being thankful to have I found such a God-sent remedy. Ites ' pectfully yours. E. A. LAXGFELDT. M. A., Rector of St. Luke's Church. To Chamberlain Medicine Co. This remedy is for sale by all drug gists. Ahat woman likes about a joke i it shows how clever she is to be able to make people believe she sees the point. New York Press. o COUGHING SPELL CAUSED DEATH. "Harry Duckwell. aged 25 years, choked to death early yesterday mo n- j ing at his home, In the presence of his w ue ana enna. lie contracted a sngni cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it. Yesterday morning he was seized with a fit of coughing which continued for some time. His wife sent for a pfiysielan but before he could ar rive another coughing spell crime on and Duckwell died from suffocation. St. T.oiiis Globe-Democrat, De. 1. 1901." Pallards Horehound Syrup would have saved him. 2?r, r,0e and $1.00, at Elvey & Hulett's. Xo woman ever had the fortitude to look a rival in the eye when she had three holes in her stocking. Xew York Press. To improve the appetite and fer and De strengthen the digestion, try a doses of Chamberlain's Stomach Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Sf itz, of troit, Mich., says, "They restored my appetite when 'impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleas ant and satisfactory movement of the bowels." There' are people in thi.i c r.niniunity w ho need just such a medi cine. For sale by all druggists. Evry bos warranted. fVcde No' Mistake. "You're sure It wa the c-loncl's ghost, are you?" "Couldn't be mistook, suh. I wuz too skocred to, git away, en stood dar at' watched 'im. when after vnakin' one or "two turns roun' de room, he went riaht to de corner whar de limmyjohn use ter stay; en' when he ??Fn it warn't dar, h ; put ei rich a disapo'inted look dat. ef I hadn't been so skeered. I'd 'a' felt sorry fer 'ini." Atlanta Constitution. OTARYP U B LIC E. E. PASOOH. Notary Puhhc. Cxn.-. ancing a F-einlty. ArknoitWivc i-u. taken. 110 North Center trri. ATTORNEY -AT -LAW. f M Os!TT"l RKSCOTT-Corpl CZlTCi Comme rclal 3 i"eilT. I:r-v n-j-U Cotton block. Phoenix. Ant. r.. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. LjuKi. KUWAItUS A AlUliToN. lawyers. U S. Center St. PhcK-ml. Ar'.j. J. W. CRENSHAW, attorney at liw i (. fiee rooms 21 and ZH KitnlnB iiji-Jius. Phoenix. Arizoni. VOTE FOR THE PoNI.S; it n:-a much for Phoenix. An-I ti.-o k t- Frank Sh!rJ-y'a fur a fine b.ur cut and siiuve. kinperTahtes. " Mi-. Kill.' Kiiel-TKr!-u tii'l rTi i t i:U W. Voukk- ri. Mi- .;:!-. kit. lTit nr; Kins Kvuffl:n. lW. l. ..r ASSAYER AND Tvi ETALLUJRGIS J. iZTK I NTAVCrriran i Jl-mlurr t --Cyanide runrrr.tratlnr. mill ar-l rn. I ler tfjis. 1 N. -nl Avr, Pnwi-11. Arizona. CHARLES i.. ROGERS ilTl o aatMincTOH, O. C J SOLICITOR OF PATENTS AND IKFRIN3EMEHT UTEX 126 W. Tbird frt-. l Ao'rlv. Cl. II4VE Jl'T fETrRNEI from B rr.n r. 1 1 m . Alnhamit ! 1-b.-r.- i rmnai t ( gUd to M-e nil mv old fr:en-N ' 1 en lh- lntl!i:i.-:it f.Un. J. M. C.HIP.HT' . Crcighton buiiibuic. OSTEOPATHY. Dr. l. I., fonnt-r. O'foj.aiiii-- V. yi.-. Offlc S Wet Alams. l'hu-, eS--r K.-t 1 1 Keeulem-e lied t3 F. R. Jacob-, L. S DrpuiT Stnvror. Pur'f of ni'iunn i-Uim l.r parent Kixidi 6. NichoI-"n Mock- Poo- r.ii. Mr. Irviar SVlicer te.-uer of Piao. m.s. 6-29 North Third ftnt-1. M:sy ROSE Mr D A M . M --c ''.c .1 Ir Diriflm irhn:n. Bi"n. l. :--t it Hvdollu-rpf. Tlf Oc-idrnt! i' "a- r- 1 ;, Pboeuix. iiin- t isj excellent t- appreciate tt-?J who excel. SILIOUS COLIC PREVENTED. . Take a double d:se of l'han.txr!i;.i' or.l ni-irrh'1 l!-rr;.-iV j as scon as the first in-lit a:l..r. of tri 1 disease arrear and a thr.at.-ri at ttk may warlel o2T. Hundred f I people who nre subject to al!jV f j bilious ccllc use the rerredy in th v.ith perfect success. For If druggists. Lots of husband and ir rr-t that they made the ims'tak ut tbt .r lives by marrying. Chicago News. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. PP.OI0:JAIjS FOR CONTRFcT!"C ! OF SCHCOL p.riLI'LNc'.S AND WA ITER AND SEWF.R SY.-T:VS. t lJ-partnv rt of Interior. Off- i of liidia i ffairs. Wjrhii t:, D. I C.. D c. 3. I'.'-'t. Sai-'l l r -rL. do sed "Pioi-c sals f..r Svht-t! I'.u!! iir.o. and Water .end Swer Syitiii. Wr-ic-rn Navajo S-hi I. Arizunj." ar.l a 1 j dres.-ed to the Coinn is!i.t!r f I".Jia' ! Affairs. Washirgt..!-. f c.. wid t 1 i eivd at :his of fit u-itd Z " If k p. in.. Jjr-.y. 14. P. f..r fur: d-h.i.c ar-I d-"vering th iici-wjiy iti.tt-r:uL t I 1 iber required to rm.-trui I and :v : I !'! at the Wi-fl-in Navjj i S. rm.-l. .Arizona, twe tor.e i'uk rriilori-f. I rr.ess hal! and employes' mi.iri-r. a"-l j c. tiler buildings, and v.utrr and r Isysterrr, i i s?ri t a. itrd.ino with t -I plan.-, s; c; I.'h ath.: and infu. tin j bi ldeis. ."tt-ntio-i f bidd-rs br-:: lc: l".cd to Paragraph U7 of the rrir.t-f I ryc-t lb ltitai?. ii may tw njn-i.-ft ! at this c.'li. the I". S. Indian War j house?. N. I-" wih I'.mul Strr- t. j Chicag:. 1 11: n i is. and N. 1" !!' j' I ;StiOtt. O'TWin. Neb-.iskj: the Pj. !?' land Traders' Extb.iiig . O'r-ihj. N--Ibraska: St. Paul. I ir.n"Hita : Mi!ju j kee, Wisconsin: the Nrth-:rr-i Manufac turers' Ass. ijti-n. St. lt-!. J Min:'ecrtj : tb-? offi- es c f th- "I: if -rx - inert Pul' t n." M inneap 1.. J!innMta. the "Arizona Rrub!:en." I'hm i a, 'Arizona: the 'Chrcinii le." Sir, Fur It isco. Ca'.ifc rr.U: the "Time." A -- geles. California; the 'Tribur." "h - co go. Ii:i;d?:ih" "St. S;ar." St. ; Louis. Missouri: an I at the S h. i. For further information, apply t ti.. offic e, cr t. M. J. X-r ihaii. Sui-n. -tendent. Tub-i. Ariz.i-.a. W. A. Jo.i;s. Crrr missh ner. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homestead Fntry Nv. Department nf the Inlerb-r. Li-. I O'I'ce at Tucson. Arizona. No-. 11. 190.1. Xctice is hcrvby given that IV following n-med settler ha.- Mr-ti r tice of his intention to make fir.ad rr f in support of his claim, ajii thai -i t proof will be made before the Oirl j of the District court at Fho-rux. Ari zona, on T.iesday. D.i-err.b.T 1 1 . viz: Eselso Quijada. of Ptxwr.ix. Ari zona, for the S. 2 N. AV. '4 Sc. :L T. 1 .V.. R. 3 E.. G. & S. H. H. M. He names the follow ir.g It new to prove his continuous rel !?nc ur u and cultivation of said Ian-1. v;t: Ar.: setto Quijada. Jose (Juijad i. Pel.. Trujillo and Fermia TruJ.Ilo. ai: oi Phoenix, Arizorui. MILTON IL MOcip.r. P.. st-t '. Tirst publication November 1J. . . Vote For the Bonds! and doii't forget Harry Friedman THE PAWNBROKER, 35 North Center St. ARIZONA LOAN OFFICE.