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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20,
1903 IS TRANSCIIPT OF RECORDS Tn following trncript of th rc orda 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 wers: r DISTRICT COURT. Francisco Miranda vs., Jose Miranda, divorce, J. C. Phillips. Maria itt. RECORDER'S OFFICE. J. O. Wasson to L. L. Plonk art J .vlfo, release. N. E. 1-4 of Ssc. 11. Uownsnin 2 N.. Range 1 E. F. C. M. and V. M. Fike to Ida Wel come, mortgage, stock and fixtures. J. E. Hanna and wife to Gua Thomas, mortgage. 11 cows, 1 horse. L. I Plank, redemption, E. 1-2 of N. E. 1-4 of Sec. 11. Township 2 N.. Range 1 E. Robt. L. Lee to South Side Mining Claim, location. Browns district. AmeHo and Manuel Xunes to Lincoln Fowler, mortgage. 121 cows. R. H. Greene and C. E. Philes te Chief Mining Claim, location. Cave Creek district. J. C. Jackson and wife to Joseph J. and Lotta Sldell. deed. S. W. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4 of Sec. 7. Township 1 N.. Range 3 E, TTnitH States to Geonre W. Allison. patent, N ... . , - T...-v.i 1 S.. Range 6 E. United States to William B. Allison, patent, lots 1 and 2 and E. 1-2 of N. W 1-4 of Sec. Township 1 S.. Range 19 E. Catherine Haggert to Jessie F. Durr. ,Wfl lrt 11. subdn. E. 1-2 of N. E. 1-4 of Sec. 11. Township 1 X.. Range 3 E. Bartlett & Sprague to James W. Muse and wife, release, S. 1-2 of S. W. 1-4 of X. W. 1-4 an3 N. 1-2 of S. W. 1-4 of S. W. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4 and S. 1-2 of X. W. 1-4 of S. W. 1-4 of X. W. 1-4 of Sec. 1. Township 1 X., Range 3 E. L. W. Perkins and wife to Bartlett & Sprague. mortgage, same as above. William G. Moore, location, canal on Agua Frla river. Receiver to Ernest Recum, receipt. lets 3 and 4 and E 1-2 of S. W. 1-4 of Sec. IS. Township 1 X., Range 2 E. T. M. Sloan and wife to F. A. Blount, deed. X. E. 1-4 of Sec. 11. Towr.shlp 8 X.. Range 1 F. A. Rlount and wife to I, .'. Wag gons mortgage, same as above. Cv THISTLES AND. DANDRUFF. An Interesting Parallel and a Valuable Deduction Therefrom. Cutting down thistles no more re lieves the land of thistles than does scouring the scalp cure dandruff. In each case permanent relief can only come from eradicating permanently the cause. A germ that plows up the sraln In searching for the hair root where it sans the vitality. causes dandruff, falling hair, and baldness. If vou kill that germ, you'll have no dandruff but a luxuriant suit of hair. Newbro's ' Herpiclde is the only hair nrenaration in the world that cures dandruff and falling hair by killing the germ. "Destroy the cause, you remove the effect." Sold by leading drueeists. Send 10c in stamps for sample to The Herplcide Co.. Detroit. Mich. Wakelin's pharmacy, special agent. That man," said a Missourlan to day, speaking cf a neighbor, "is as righ nothing as anything 1 ever see that wore clothes." Atchison Globe. o To improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion, try a few rinses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz, of De troit. Mich., says. "They restored my appetite when impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling find caused a pleas ant and satisfactory movement of ti e i.nwels." There are people in thi.i community who need Just such a medl c ine. For sale by all druggists. Every box warranted. The method at present employed by American girls In getting wedding tresents. Is little lest, than highway robbery. Atchiscn Globe. FOR SALE. Farm of 200 acres,' 30 acres in alfalfa; on main country road at St. David. 5 miles from Benson, 50 miles from Tucson and Bisbee; productive land; In artesian belt; taking In 1 mile of San Pedro river; Southern Pacific Railroad runs through .said land with sta tion thereon. Buildings consist of 2 houses, barn, incubator house, chicken houses and yards for over 500 hens; hog netting fence 30 in. high and 4 barbed wires above Water supplied from artesian wells, also from St. David canal: water piped into house; 2 artesian wells on place. Interest' in large Irrigating reservoir. For particu lars address A. H. NORCROSS, St. David. Cochise County, Arizona. SADDLES! New and Second Hand at Harry Friedman THE PAWNBROKER. Various sizes, qualities and prices. Bargains in unredeemed pledges, such as Watches, Guns and Bridles. 35 North' Center St. ARIZONA LOAN OFFICE. FOR SALE. Five- acre Ranch with good 6-room. 2-story house and other Im provements, only one and one-half miles from the city, and one-quarter mile from Indian school car line. Improvement! alone worth th price. Terms very easy. Investigate today. We have bargains In ranches of all sizes, city residences, lots, and business propositions, equal to the best. . Ask Us for Rates on Fire Insurance. Don't forget our prize contest. free. The Valley Phone Mam 36. PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. PASCOE, Notary rublie. Convey. anclng a specialty. Acknowledgements tuKen. nu ortn center street. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. THOS. J. FRESCOTT-Corporation and commercial i.aw a specially. nuuins fi-S-10 Cotton block. Phoenix, Arizona. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards. EDWARDS & MORTON, sawyers. s. Center St Phoenix, Arti. J. W. CRENSHAW, attorney at law. Of fice rooms 210 and 211 Fleming Building, Phoenix, Arizona. CHJJROPODY PAINLESS removal of corns or bunions prices oti cents each. Privacy assured. Day or nlffht. Fashion Barber 8hop, tiasement cor. center ana wasningion Sts. Tel. Red W2. Frank Shirley. ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. 't?'A!',KrNC?"A"s Cyanide concentration, mill and smel ter tests, as is. aecono Ave., rnoenu, Arizona. CHARLES ROGERS (lATC OF WASHINGTON, O. C J SOLICITOR OF PATENTS AND INrRlNScMcnT LAWTtR 126 W. Third St.. Los Angeles. Cl. HVP. JTST HETL'RSED from Birminehsin Alabama 10 be D ere permanenwy mu ue glad to ee all my old friends. Home" built on the installment plan. J. M. CRMGHTON, Crelghtuu building. OSTEOPATHY. Dr. D. L. Conner. OMeopathir Phyalolaa Offlco 8 West Adams, fhone, omce ilea ihi Besldeuce Red 83 F. B. Jaoob. U. S Deputy burveor. eurvry of mining claims lor paieui a ipoc-iauy Room 6, Nicholson block. Phoenix Mrs. Irving Sanger teacher of Piano. Studio 629 North Third Street. MIS3 ROSK McADAMS, Ma"euse, graduate of Dr Douglas Graham, BoMon, Oiaduate in Hydrotherapy. The Occidental Phone red 983, Phoenix. Arizona. A girl Is always willing to tell when she is going to get married, but a man goes up into the air when ap proached by a reporter. Atchison Globe. - U ' BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy cough, oppressed rattling, rasping and difficult breathing. Henry C. Stearns. 'Druggist, Shullsburg. Wisconsin, w.ltes. May 20. 1901: 'I have been aelllng Bal lard's Horehound Syrup for two year?, and have never had a preparation that has given better satisfaction. I notice that when I sell a bottle .they com? back for more. I can honestly recom mend It. 25c, 50c and $1.00. at Elvey Ilulett's. There never was one in the world who attained the perfection of congen iality when it came to scratching a friend's back Atchison Globe. o : A. gloss or two of water taken half on hour before breakfast will usually keep the bowels regular. Harsh cathar tics should be avoided. When a pur gatlve is needed, take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They art mild and gc-ntle in their actl-ii. Ftr sale by all d ggists. No girl makes as pretty a picture In bed as the novelists, in writing up burglaries and fires, represent her. Atchison Globe. COUGHING SPELL CAUSED DEATH. "Harry Duckwell. aged 25' years choked to death early yesterday mo n- Ing at his home, in the presence of hia wife and child. He contracted a slight 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 physician but before he could ax rive another coughing spell came on and Duckwell died from suffocation. St. I.ouis Globe-Democrat, Dec. 1. 1901." Ballards Horehound Syrup would have saved him. 25r, 50c and $1.00, at Elvey & Hulett's. Every girl these days makes home made candy, and wonders what Low ney Is doing that he dootn't secure her services. Atchison Globe. Sufferers from sciatic Bhould not hesitate to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The prompt relief from pin which It affords is alone worth many times Its cost. For sale by all drug gists. "A thin woman that claims to be delicate Is bad enough," said an un sympathetic woman today, "but a del icate fat woman is the limit." Atchi son Globe. o Be Quick. Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy couh appears, wi 1 prevent the attack. It never fails, and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all druggists. A Discouragement to Thrift. Senator Depciw tells of a man in Peek kill. N. Y.. who is known thereabout for his extremely thrifty disposition It! appears that one morninir a fellow townsman met the frueal man on hi wav to his business for the day. and to his ereat surcrlse observed that he was attired In his very best apparel I Somebody will receive $D00.00 I Realty Co., 37 N. Center St. The intrinsic value of a thing is what it will bring. RARE SELECTIONS of DaUntx HOLIDAY NOVELTIES WhiU , ASSORTMENT LASTS. The Commonwealth Auction Co.. 8 East Washington Street LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS AND WA TER AND SEWER SYSTEMS. Dpnnrtment of Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. Washington, D. C, Dec. 3. 1003. Sealed proposals, en dorsed "Proposals for School Buildings, and Water and Sewer Systems, West ern Navajo School. Arizona," and ad dressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Washington, D. C. will be re ceived at this office until 2:00 o'clock p. m.. Jany. 14. 1904, for furnishing and delivering the necessary materials and labor required to construct and com plete at the Western Navajo School, Arizona, two stone dormitories, stone mess hall and employes' quarters, and other buildings, and water and sewer systems, in strict accordance with the plans, specifications and Instructions to bidders, attention of bidders being called to Paragraph 27 of the printed! specifications, which may be examined t this office: the U. S. Indian Ware- houses. No. 265 South Canal Street. Chicago. Illinois, and No. 815 Howard Street. Omaha. Nebraska; the Builders' and Traders' Exchanges. Omaha. Ne braska; St. Paul. Minnesota; Milwau kee, Wisconsin; the Northwestern Manufacturers' Association, St. Paul. Minnesota; the offices of the "Improve ment Bul'tt'n," Minneapolis, Minnesota; the "Arizona Republican." Phoenix, Arizona: the "Chronicle, San Fran cisco, California; the "Times." Los An geles. California; the "Tribune." Chi cago, uiinois;tne "St. iuis iar. sm. Louis, Missouri: and at the School. For further information, apply to this otiice, or to M. J. Needham, Superin tendent. Tuba, Arizona. W. A. JONES, Commissioner. OftVe Constructing Quartermaster, Whipple Barracks. Prescott. Arizon; Nov. 18, 1903. Sealed proposals subject to the usual conditions will be re ceived here until 3 p. m.. December 23. 1903. and th?n opened for furnishing the labor and material for the con struction. plumbing, gaspiping. heat ing. and electric wiring of brick hospi tal. Plans, specifications, and other in formation in this office, and in the offices of the Chief Q. M., San Fran cisco, Cal., and Denver, Colo., and Constructing Q. M., Ft. Leavenworth. Kansas. Envelopes containing pro posals should be endorsed "Proposals for Hospital at Whipple Barracks. Ari zona" and addressed to CHAS. C WAI.CUTT. JR.. Constructing Q. M. in fact d rested for all tie world as though he were going to an afternoon tea. Soelng the Ill-concealed look of as tonishment of his friend, the man of the frugal temperament said: "Haven't you heard the news?" "News?" stammered the other. "What news?" "Twins'." exclaimed the thriftv man laconically. A light came into the face of the friend. So that " he becan. with a glance at the. resplendent attire of the man who "never overlooked anything. "So that accounts for this." Inter rupted the latter. "What's the use of trying to be economical?" Of course a cur dog can not be blam ed for his breeding: but he is a cur doir 1ut the same. Atchiscn Globe. HE FOUND A CURE. n. H. Foster. 318 S. 2d Street, Salt Lake (!ity, writes: "I have been bothered with dvsDensia and Indigestion for 21 years, have tried many doctors with out relief, but I have found a cure In Herblne. I recommend It to all my friends who are afflicted that way. and it is curing them, too. 50c at Elvey & Hulett's. Tears are becoming to no one over lfi. and then care should betakento dam them up before the nose turns ted. Atchison Globe. FAVORITE FAMILY REMEDY. Frequently accidents occur in the household, which cause burns, cuts, sprains and bruises. For use in such cases Ballard's Snow Liniment has for mnnv vears been a constant favorlti familv remedy. 25c. 60c and $1.00 at Elvey & Hulett's. "Tt looks to me that every time 1 get fifteen or twenty dollars, a far- mer said today. "I am compelled to pay it out.' That's the trouble with all of vs. Atchison Globe. POPULAR WANTS. All Advertisements Running for Less Time Than One Month Mast Be Paid in Advance. For Sale FOR SALE Cheap; Saddle and driv ing pony, young, gentle and well broken. Also single harness and bug gy. 751 Thirteenth St. Brill Addition. Call afternoons. H O RS E. If A RNESS aruTbuggy f or sale at 53" N. Fourth ave. FOR SALE or trade Columbia grapo phone. Ali complete. One set singio collar and hame buggy harness: will trade for second hand lumber. No. 44 Illinois st. FOIl SALE Trading post at the Gill crossing, fifteen miles southwest of Phocniv. Address box 292 tlty. FOR SALE Pretty place at Glendalo. good house with two lots. House nicely and completely furnished, al ready to move In. 1.. Meyers, Glen- dale HOOK of 100 houseplans and eleva tions. Modern, low cost, elegant print. If you intend building th'.i will save money for you. Post paid 50c. F. C. Bowles. 233 W. 28th St.. Los Angeles, Calif. FOR SALE Cheap, good Cleveland bicycle. In good repair. Apply to No. 11. Dorris' grocery. NEW ARMY saddle, tent, rifle. golf set, new Box 443 FOR SALE A big thing In Happy Hooligans, toys, games, placques, roses, sweepers, cologne, Jumping jacks, cups, saucers, a big line of curios, music boxes, coup, powder and toilet boxes, hand painted orna ments and nothing over 25c, Com monwealth Auction Co. At the old Berlin stand, 8 Eust Washington, st. You Judge of the goods and we will save you from 50 to 100 per cent oi your Christmas gifts. FOR SALE Two-thirds interest in good, paying business. Must give time to mining business. Principals only. Address Lock Box 878. FOR SALE Horse, buggy und har ness In good condition; cheap. 746 E. Adams st. LEASEHOLD FOR SALE Improved 20 acres. Apply to B. W. Caryl, on premises, ono mile west of Christy ranch, on Christy road. FOR SALE In Tempe, a well estab lished "millinery store. Fresh stock; paying well; best reasons for sell ing. MISSES HALE. FOR SALE 150 tons of alfalfa hay and 100 acres of alfalfa and barley pasture. Steve Hughs. Tempe. FOR SALE My ranch located li miles north of Phoenix, consisting of 100 acres, including one full share in tirand canal Co. (100 inches or wa ter) at $100.00 per acre. Terms cash. E. O. Slocum BEES FOR SALE. John Nlppert. R. F. P. 3. FOR SALE One new six horse iower Llewellyn gasoline engine. Engine suitable for pumping plant on ranch. Inquire at Valley bank. FOR SALE ?3.'0 buys a first-clas cigar stand. Front of Yellowstone saloon, opposite city hall. FOR SALE One of the best paying drug stores In Arizona. Address P. O.. box 434. X.VR SALE Eleven single buggies. rubber and steel tires. Pole buggies, buck boards, spring wagons, surreys, three seated wagons, twenty sets of harness and horses of all Kinds at Valley corral. Five Points. FOR SALE A good paying "business well established. In operation ten years. Owner compelled to sell op account of other business Interests. Price $3500. part cash, security on business for balance. Address bo S03 City. FOR SALE 15 fresh milch cows, one .work mare, weight 1200: one saddle horse, two miles east. J. C. McNulty. FOR SALE 80 acres with Mesa wat er, fenced and ready for farming. $30 per acre. Address, Mesa hotel. Mesa. FOR HALF, 400-acre ranch with wat er right under Arizona canal, whh $5,000 brick house. Fine water and good water works with water piped all through house. Fine barn and other outbuildings. Address P. O., 133 .Tempe. or call on Francis Fra zier at Titus ranch. FOR SALE Covered spring wagon. Suitable for stage or mountain travel. Gill R. W. Parker, blacksmith shop, southwest corner First nvenue and Jefferson st. FOR SALE 15 acres five miles north east of Phoenix, In orange belt: three-room frame house, well and cistern. For particulars address box 434. FOR SALE Brick 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 sna-p. Address box 434. FOR SALE or trade fine two-story brick aid frame suburban residence with three acres of alfalfa; block from car line. Will sell on easy terms or trade for good valley land 'mpvoved or unimproved. Address Smith-Brown, this office. FOR SALE Two-story brick house: S rooms; chicken yard; plenty shade; lawns, etc.; a snap If taken at once. Call S36 N. 2nd St. ANOTHER SOFT SNAP Six whole . blocks in Montgomery's addition Nos. 15, 16. 23. 24. 25. 30 for sale at $3,600.00. eight hundred dollars less than city's assessed valuation. J ISO less than county's. Terms cash. E. O. Slocum. 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- B.. box 434. Phoenix. OIL $1.40 per tan delivered. Phoenix Oil Co. 'Phone Red 522. " FOR SALE Ac the oid Berlin stand. No. 8 East Washington street, a great assortment of waist sets, watch fobs, pcarf pins, sun bursts, watch chains, necklaces, cuff buttons, hat pins and other varieties of novelties at prices to suit the purse of the last one in Phoenix. Michel & PwOos, 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: shed barn. 5.000 In easy payments. Could not b duplicated for $7,601'. W. II. Robinson. 102 West Adams St. FOR SALE Two -story brick house, nine rooms; bath, screen porch, chicken yard, etc.; plenty shade. East front. A snap. Call 208 South Seventh ave. or see Massie. 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., 1. O. box 818. FOR SALE Five-room brick cottage: north and east front; bath; screen porch, etc.; newly papered; Just the place fpr a small family. Address P. O. Rox 434. ("or Cent FOR RENT Good piano. Call at Miss Welch's studio, 346 W. Monroe St. FOR RENT Rooms for housekeep ing. 738 E. Washington st. FOR RENT Jood ranch near Wick- enburg;, plenty of water, good house and barn. F. G. Smith. Box I). FOR RENT Three rooms to u desir able party; rent very cheap. 119 W. Adains st. FOR REN'i- -The Redman Meat Mar ket, also other buildings. Globe, Arizona. Address Box 36. FOR RENT Tents and tourist houses for light housekeeping at Scottsdale from $5 to $12 ner month. Pure well water and best sanitary conditions in the valley. For further particulars enquire at No. 4 West Adams st. FOR RENT Small ranch close to town. Nearly half in alfalfa, small house. The Valley Realty Co. U N FU RN IS 1 1 EI ) la fge. sunr.y front rooms In healthy family, close in. Address H. Republican. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. IC. James, room 5, Nicholson building. FUR RENT Fine lodging house. 16 rooms. Reasonable rent. Enquire II. I. Latham Co. . FOR RENT 140 acres land, half al falfa, one mile from creamery. Lin coln Fowler, room 16. Porter building. Soard and 3Sooms CHOICE exclusive suburban board. fresh cow, poultry, carriage. Box 443. WANTED lew boarders for the country; newly furnished rooms and tents. Private family. Address H., Republican. IFOR FIRST CLASS ROOMS and board try the Rumney, on Grand ave. lVi miles from postoffice; plenty of good Jersey milk and eggs: free transportation to city daily. Tele phone Main 332. GOOD BOARD and rooms $30 per month; sick or well. 813 Monte zuma. " CASA LOMA A first class, modern, medium price, family hotel at Tempe. Arizona. Write for rates. CLAYSON'S HOMESIDE Park Hotel. 5 1-2 miles east of Phoenix, and 100 feet higher. Attractive grounds; x 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. Furnished Booms FOR ROCeTtliy'TuTTiis frot.t room: no tuberculosis. 529 West Adams . FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekepiiiK. 240 E. Taylor st. HOUSE All furnished, furniture for sale. Address W.. Phoenix Steam Laundry. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. $L25 and up by the week. Arizona rooming house. South Fourth ave., and Jackson street. ROOMS, light housekeeping, 207 E. Buchanan. f ENTVoTTAT3ESfurnished for light housekeeping on desert, very reason able. Box 612. FOR RENT Four furnished rooms for housekeeping in country. Address Mrs. J. IX Gilbert. R. F. D. No. 1. Phoenix. ycTurt trunk moved free 1 move your trunk iree or cnarge 11 rent any room contained in my list of furnished rooms. Rooms for light housekeeping. Quick rentals assured. Chapman & Irvin, 42 North First ave BOARD at Grant s ranch; first class; first house east of Indian schI. Rcoms or tents; four bW.ka from street cars. Address R. F. D. 1. FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms at 52" West Madison st. FOR RENT Tent house, furnished, light housekeeping or board from diet kitchen. W. E. Springer, next to Spaulding's ranch, six miles north east of Phoenix. THE ARCADE Elegant rurnished rooms, strictly first-class. No in valids. 32 fc'outh Center St. Situations Wanted A WOMAN would like a place to do housework in country, wages $25 per month. Address Box S4. Tempe. Arizona. CARPENTER wants work, 414 West Jeffejson st. . WANTED-Situation man and wif cook and helper. Apply 109 Monroe St., Phoenix, Ariz. COMPETENT nurse wishes engage ment in or out of city. Address box 0. j ENGINEER WANTS situation; is practical mechanic: understands all kinds of pumping machinery and pipe work; understands irrigation and irrigating pumping plants; strictly sober. Reference of past employers. Address H. S4 Republican. WANTED Position by competent bookkeeper, several years' experi ence. J., care Arizona Republican. WANTED Position by experienced meat cutter. Apply room 10, Arcade. WANTED Position as stenographer or stenographer translator in Eng lish and Spanish in a business house or law vofllce. Address P. G., Re publican. Helo Wanted WANTED Oil 1 to assist in house work. Inquire Mrs. F. W. Thode. 706 N. First st. WANTED Four reliable nd ener getic .oiip; men or womt.i to can vass. Guaranteed salary by strictly reliable house. Address at once H. Sinclair, city. WANTED A dining room girl at the Kelso, corner Third ave. and Adams street. UNCLE SAM WANTS HELP 14,000 appointments last year. Free exami nation paper and catalogue giving positions Mini salaries. Dept. Western Correspondence University, San Francisr-o. WANTED Chambermaid at Ford ho tel. WA N T ED- Wh i ter North Center st. American Kitchen. WANTEr Sales ladies at the Boston store, Apply after S a. m. WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply 482 No. First avenue. WANTED An experienced seam stress at Mrs. Mother's dressmaking parlors. Dorris theater buildling. Call between 9 and 10 a. m. WANTED Girl to do general house work. 410 West Monroe st. WANTED-Two first-class candy makers at once, for hard candy and Japanese drips. Also five chocolate dippers. Munson's confectionery. Lost and Pound LOST P.elvec-ii Tempe and Mesa on Dec. 14. one lady's fur cape. Leave at Republican and receive reward. LOST Black Cocker spaniel pup. five months old, very long ears. Return to H. R. Tritle. Filth ave. and Jef ferson st. Reward. " LOST A woollen lap robe. Finder re turn to Republican office and re ceive reward. CAME to my ranch; black, white-faced filly branded J S lazzy. Bay three year old branded S lazzy. Will be sold according to law. J. W. Joslin. Newsholm Ranch. 9 miles west of Phoenix. Miscellaneous Wants WANTEDA good fonTPr drTvhTg , horse, a two-seated buggy. Apply to E. F. Jefferson. runabout or Young. 546 W. COL. PRATT and Christmas music- at the Baptist church service In O'Neill hall, at 11 o'clock this morn ing. A cordial welcome to all. DRESSMAKING a7i d" ladies' t a iloring 325 South Eleventh ae. WANTED Use of horse or team and light covered wagon or buggy with harness for its keep. Best of care taken. Address G 3. c-are Repi o lican. WANTED A riding pony for small boy. must be gentle and cheap. P. O box 216. GENTLEMAN with no disease wants to rent furnished room. State price. Address 12. this office. WANTED At Scottsdale table board ers, terms reasonable. Good clean tent houses. Apply at brick house. Mrs. Van Noate. WANTED TO MEET advanced broad minded people who are interested in new thought, mental or divine science. Address Miss Tavennier, box 941. ALL PEOPLE indebted to me will please call and settle accounts with Easterwood, corner S. First ave. and and Washington st. R. J. Baker. IITVOUR WELL OR PU MPout of or der? We clean and dig wells on short notice. Pumps repaired. All work guaranteed. Phoenix Well Co.. P. O. Box 714. or Red 'Phone 892. PROF. LESLIE Warfel taes classes in shorthand. Spanish, Latin and Eng lish. Address or call at Brlsley Drug Co. WANTED The public to see Airs". Godfrey's window of burnt leather aid burnt wood articles at 23 S. First ave. Christmas presents at reasonable prices. WANTED A small furnished house. State locality and price with de scription of property. Family of three with no tuberculosis. U. Re publican office. REWARD $100 for arrest and , con viction of the impositor soliciting in name of the American Cleaning and Dyeing works. No agents. T. H. Johnson, E. Washington and 3rd st. Thone Red 353. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tel's past, present and future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen. 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street. CLOTHING or delicacies for the poor and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Central ave. They will be carefully distri buted. Those in heed please call. Personal SISTERS IN DESPAIR - Speedy re lief. Abnormal suppression any cause. Write for 'remedy. Safi sine. Dr. Waitha Walker Co.. ( 1SJ State, Chicago. ' AN ADJUSTABLE BAG CHAIN. The woman who has used a link chain for her wt lit bag and knows th? annoyance of having the links- part company at the worst moment, will welcome the adjustable chain handles provided for such purposes. Some of the?e chins have modified nitsukis at PHOENIX AUCTION COMPANY. 23 South First Ave. Geo. F. McLean, Mgr. At Today's Auction : Glass and Granite Ware, Willow Rockers, Iron Beds, Tables, Carpets, Lamps aad many articles suitable tor Christmas. the top which may be slipped into a belt or curried in the hand. An ad justable slid-?, either jeweled or of th carved tiv-tal joins the chain in the middle. At each end it is fitted with a claso with which to join it to the bag. These chains are usually of the serpen tine order. TO TEST PURE BUTTER. A simple method of 4 determining whether one has purchased butter 01 oloomargerine is to put a little of each in two small tins and heat over a burn er. The oleomargerine will boil, while the butter will bubble up and burn. Good bulter has a good fresh odor as It burns. There never was such a rush In the serving of guests at a church social that the women in charge complained of the way they had to work. Atchi son Globe. Nick Whelan has dyspepsia, but says he does as well without care as he docs with It. So he eats everything and proposes to at least die happ,y. Ate hiscn Glob?. TRADE TOPICS J Om fr for the round trip via Mari copa i. Phoenix R. R. between Phoe nix, Tempe and Mesa either direc tion December 20th to January 1st, Inclusive, ten days limit. Beautiful sweet grass baskets from northern Indians at the Curio, corner Jefterson siieet and Second avenue. See reward offered in want adv. For distilled water 'phone main 16. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. The regular annual stock-holders meeting of The National Bank of Arizona, at Phoenix, will be held at their Banking House on Tuesday Jan uary 12th., 1904, at 3 P. M. for the pur pose of electing officers for the ensuing ear and such other business as may; properly come before such meeting. S. OBERFELDER, Cashier. First publication Dec, 13. 1903. The sensation of the town is th new patterns of drawn work at the Curio, corner Jefferson st. and Secoml ave. Present the "old folks." with a pa tr ot our apochromatlc eye-glasses or spectacles. Bebber & Swlkerath, op- ticians. No. 7 W. Adams st. See reward offered in want adv. Hair! Combs! Pompadors, Switches, latest styles. Hairdresslng, Manicur ing. Mrs. Aylwln's Parlors, 11 S. Cen ter, upstairs. Recommended by all physicians Puritas' distilled waftr. 'Phone main 16. Lightning Delivevy. Does your piano need tuning? Have Hamilton tun it. Maple Leaf Bowling alley, basement McKee'a store. Come and bowL Don't neglect your eyes. Beginning Monday. Dec. 14 to Jan. 1st Webber & Swikerath opticians will make a spe cial reduction In eye-glasses and spec tacles. No. 7 W. Adams st. Hamilton, the tuner. Leave order at Redewill'a t,e Fountain's music store. Jas. L. Perry, contractor. b,r!ck and mason work. Residence. 2202 W. Jef ferson st, 'Phone Red 326. . Women and girls who have been un fortunate and are In need of a home and friends can find them by address ing Crlttenton Home, Highland addi tion. Phoenix, Arlzor. Don't rust your stomach with this alkali water. Use Puritas, "phone main 16. Lightning Delivery. Spring lamb a specinlty at the new Valley Meat market next door to th poxtoflice. Now opon. If you are Interested in a good mert market visit the new one just opened next door 10 the postolfice. Everything new and modern. The Valley meat market next door to postoflioe will be ."pen cn "in! after Dec. 1st, and will handle the best beef, mutton, lamb. veal. pork, poultry, fish, oysters, imported delicatassen and everything that Is sold in a first-class market. . -r " ALFRED SAUNDERS. Proprietor. The Curio, oldest and only exclusive dealers in Indian and Mexican art goods in the city Have more rare old. Navajo rugs, blankets. Indian baskets and beautiful Indian art goods in thei. free museum alone than any oth-r house in the fouthwe-st. Call and ex amine the collection, coiner Jefferson street and Second avenue. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockholJ eds of The Phoenix National Itank will be held in their offices at Phoenix. Arizona. Tuesday. January 12. 1904. at 3 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of elect ing u board of directors and transact ing such other business as may come before the meeting. H. J. McCLUNG. Cashier.