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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1904
When in Need of Cash ....Call on FRIDMAN THE PAWNBROKER, f Who can relieve you when in distress. ' - He loans money on Watches, Diamonds and valuables. Bargains in unredeemed pled ges, such as saddles, guns and bicycles. No. 35 North Canter street. ARIZONA LOAN OFFICE. It never Disappoints. F. J. Williams, proprietor of the Hamilton Drue Co., Hamilton. Iowa, says Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is practically the only remedy he, sells for cramps, diar rhoea and colic, for the plain reason that it never disappoints. For sale by all druggists. It's a case of quick consumption with the man who bolts his food. Chicago News. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE To the Highest Bidder, the Florence Canal. A majority of the stock together with a majority of the bonds outstand ing, of the Casa Grande Valley Canal Company (operating what is known as the Florence Canal) in Pinal County, Arizona is offered for sale to the high est bidder. Sealed bids are asked di rected to the undersigned to be opened at paid, bank, at 1 o'clock Tuesday, April 12th, 1904; such bid to be one sum for a majority of both stock and bonds. A certified check for 10 per cent payable to said bank to accom pany each bid as evidence of good faith, to be returned if not accepted. The sale to be for cash, payable at once upon acceptance of bid and de livery of stock and bonds. The pur chaser will be furnished with the Immediate-resignation of all officers so that control of the company and its property may be at once effected. An upset or minimum price has been deposited with the undersigned by the party selling and the highest bid above that price must be accepted. For full particulars and for-'mak'ng bids address, The1' Home Savings Bank & Trust Company, Phoenix, Arizona. t ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF .THE OLD MAN'S ' MINING COMPANY. Know ail men by these presents, that we, the undersigned, have this day vol untarily associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corpora tion under the laws of the Territory of Arizona: and we hereby certify: FU-st: That the name of said corpor ation is the OLD MAN'S MINING COMPANY. Second: That the principal place of transacting the business of this corpor ation shall -toe the City of Phoenix, County of Maricopa, Territory of Ari zona, and that the name of the agent therein and In . charge ' thereof, upon whom process against this corporation mav be served, is CHARLES F. AINS WORTH, or such agent as may be hereafter appointed by the Board of Directors of this Company. Third: This corporation sthall have a branch office iri the City and Coun ty of San Francisco. State of Califor nia, where meetings of the stockhold ers and Board of Directors may be held and business transacted. Fourth: That the objects for which this corporation is formed are: (a) To engage in the business of mining, milling, smelting, refining, re ducing, marketing and selling gold, sil ver copper, lead, zinc, iron and other v,Atala ntila a n I mlnarflla an1 th nrn- ducts thereof; and to acquire, own hold, use and enjoy all lands, fran chises, privileges, easements, mils, smelter?, refiners, machinery, conduits, acqueducts.f eservolrs.tanka, pipes, par aphernalia and things whatsoever ne cessary for the proper carrying on and conducting of the said businesses, or either or any of them; (b) To engage in commercial and shipping business, In all their branch es; to own. lease, purchase, patent, ac quire, appropriate, locate, operate, work, develop, buy sell, mortgage, pledge and otherwise deal in real and personal property of ' every . kind. In cluding water, steam and electric pow er, and also deal in placer, quartz and gravel mines, lumbering, mills, mill sites, smelters, water rights, hotels, warehouses, docks, copyrights and pat ents, also franchises. right3 of way, stocks, bonds and securities, both pub lic and private; (c) To buy. sell, construct, operate, charter and deal generally In a'.l kinds of steam and sailing vessels, barges and boats, and navigate the same in all navigable waters of the earth for any and all purposes; (d) To own. hold, acquire, buy, sell, lease, mortgage and convey and deal in corporate stock - of every description and, while holder or owner thereof, to vote the same: (e) And in the usual course of busi ness of said corporation and for the purposes Incidental to the legitimate business for which this corporation is formed, to borrow and loan money and to give and acceDt securities: (ft To do and perform all other things necessary or incident to the pur poses hereinabove set forth, and to transact any and all kinds of business which a natural person may lawfully engag In: Fifth: That the term for which said corporation Is to exist is twenty-five (2f.) years from and after the daite of its incorporation and It may thereafter be renewed from time to time for a per iod not exceeding twenty-five (25) years, as privileged by law. Sixth: That the number of Direc tors in said corporation shall be seven (7), and that the names and residences of the Directors, who are appointed for the first year, or to serve until the elec tion and Qualification of such officers, are as follows, to-wit: NAMES. RESIDENCES. FRANK C. MARTIN. San Francisco. California. FREMONT WOOD, San Francisoo. California. P. O. BRATTON. San Francisco, Calif or .l . CHAS. F. CLARIC. San Francisco, California. J. R. RITCHIE, San Francisco. California. C. R. DALTON. San Frainclsco. California. C. M. ARMISTEAD, San Francisco, California. Seventh: The affairs of this corpora tion are to be conducted by and vested In a Board of seven (7) Director?, who Khali be elected ,t the annual stock holders' meeting to be held on the sec ond Saturday of April in each year, commencing with the year 1905, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. Eighth: That the amount of the cap ital stock of said corporation Is One Hundred Thousand ($100,000.00) Dollars, and the number of shares Into which it is divided Is one hundred thousand (100,000) shares of the par value of One (J1.00) Dollar each; that the capi tal stock may be paid for either In cash, services or in property, and that the same shall be so paid within fares months from and after the date of in corporation. Ninth: That the amount of said cap ital stock which has been actually sub scribed Is Seven Hundred ($700.00) Dol lars, and the following are te nimes of the persons by whom the same has been subscribed, .towit: Name of Number of Subscriber. Shares. Amt. FrankC. Martin. One Hundred (100) $100 Fremont Wood, One Hundred (100) $100 F. O. Bratton. One Hundred (100) $100 Chas. F. Clark, One Hundred (100 il'O J. R. Ritchie. One Hundred (100) U00 C. R. Dalton, One Hundred (100) $100 CM. Armi?tead. One Hundred (100) $100 Tenth: That the s.ild stock of th's company shall be forever non-assessable. Eleventh: That the highest amount of indebtedness or liability direct or contingent, to which the corporation is at any time to be subject, Is Twenty five Thousand ($25,000,000) DoTl.irs. Twelfth: That the private property of members or stockholders of saSd cor poration shall be exempt from liability for corporate debts. Th!rteenth: That at all elections of Directors .each stockholder entitled to vote shall be entitled to as many votes as shall equal the number of h'a shares of Stock multiplied by the num ber of Directors to be elected, and he may cast all of such votes for a single director or may distribute them among the number to be voted for, or any two or more of them, as he may see fit. In witness whereof, we have hereun to set our hands and seals,' this 5th day of March, A. D., 1904. FRANK C. MARTIN (Seal). FREMONT WOOD (Seal). F. O. BRATTON (Seal). CHAS. F. CLARK (Seal). J. R. RITCHIE (Seal). CHARLES R.DALTON (Seal. C. M. ARMISTEAD iSeal). STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) City and County of )ssi San Francisco. ) On the 5th day of March in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Four, before me. George Pattlson. a Notary Public in and for the said City and County of Scot Francisco, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Frank C. Martin, Fremont Wood. F. O. Bratton. Chas. F. Clark. J. R. Ritchie. C. R. Dalton and C. M. Armistead. known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed- to the - foresoing Instrument and acknowledeed to me that they and each of them executed the same for th purposes , and considerations therein exDressed. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official peal, at my office in the City and Coun ty of San Francisco, the day and year In this certificate first above written. (Seal) GEORGE PATTISON. Notary Pub.le. In and for the City and County of Ban Francisco. State of California. My commission expires on the 5th day cf January, 1904. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. ) )ss. County of Maricopa. ) I B. F. McFall, County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the oregoing copy with the original Articles cf Incorporation of the Old Man's Minlne Company filea and recorded In my office on the 14th day of March. 1904. in Bcok No. 21 of Incorporations, at Pagre , and the.t the Bame is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole there of. Witness my hand and sail ot office, this 74th day of March. 1904. (County Record-) P.. F. McFALL, fer's Seal, Marl-) County Recorder. t copa County. ) By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. (First publication March 15. liHM.V ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. We, the undersigned for the purpose of forming a corporation under Chap ter 2. Title 12, of the Revised Statutes of the Territory of Arizona, to trans act the business hereinafter mentioned do adopt the following Articles of In corporation. FIRST: The names of the Incorpoi ators are: C. E. Harrington, Mary I. Squier and Albert E. Yerex. The nine of the corporation shall be "Honvi Edu cation Company" and the principal place of business shall be Phoenix, Arizona. SECOND: The general nature of the business proposed shall be that of printing and publishing generally and the publication of a Journal named "Home Education." THIRD: That the amount of cap ital stock authorized shall be $25,000.00, divided into shares of $1.00 each, and said Capital Stock shall be paid for in full as issued. FOURTH: This Corporation shall begin business on the day these Articles of Incorporation are filed for record In the office of the County Recorder of Maricopa .County, Arizona Territory, and shall continue 25 years from said date. FIFTH: The affairs of this Corpora tion shall be conducted by a Board of Directors, consisting of thre-2 persons, who are appointed to serve until the ! election and qualification of such of ficers, and whose residences and name3 are respectively as below, and from whom there shall be selected a Presi dent, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer, and an Executive Com mittee. Names. Residences. O. K. Harrington, . - Chicago, 111 Mary P. Squier, Chicago, 111. Albert E. Yerex, Chicago, III. SIXTH: The election of Directors hall be held annually on the second . 'nesday in December of each ar.d every year, nnd the election of Officers shall be held at the first meeting of the Board of Directors thereafter; Pro vided that, the first Board of Directors shall be elected by the Stockholders immediately after the said filing of these, Articles of Incorporation. SEVENTH: The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability to which this Corporation shall be subjected is $500.00. EIGHTH: Private property of the members of this Corporation or of its Stockholder, shall be exempt from Corporate debts. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 3rd day of December. A. D. 1903. C. E. HARRINGTON, (Seal.) MARY P. SQUIER, (Sail.) Albert E. Yerex. . (Seal.) State of Illinois, County of Cook, es. On the 3rd day of December, In the vear of one thousand Nine Hundred and Three, before me Frank W. Hoyt, a Notary Public in and for the said County, residing therein, duly commis sioned and sworn, personally appeared C. E. Harrington, Mary P. Squier, Al bert E. Yerex, know to me to be the persons described herein, and whose names are subscribed to, and seals uttached to, and who executed the an nexed Instrument, and they each duly acknowledged to me that they executed the same, for the purpose and consider ation therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year last above written. FRANK W. HOYT, . Notary Public, Cook County, 111. Territory of Arizona, County of Mar icopa. I. B. F. McFall, County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, do hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record at 9 o'clock a. m. on the 29th day of December, 19C3 and duly recorded in book No. 21 of Incorporation Records of Maricopa County, Arizona, at pages 101-2. Witness my hand and official seal the day and year above written. B. F. M'FALL. County Recorder. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homestead Entry No. 2938. Depart ment of the Interior, Land Office at Tucson. Arizona, March 10, 1904. Notice Is hereby given that the followirs named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Clerk of the Dis trict Court at Phoenix, Arizona, on Thursday. April 14, 1904, viz:William It. Norton, of Phoenix, Arizona, for the N. E. 14 N. W. '4,'W. N. E. '4, & S. E. 4 N. E. M. Sec. 32, T. 3-N., R. 3-E.. G. & S. R. B. & M. He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Frank L. Howard, of Phoe nix. Arizona. John Jay Howard, of Phoenix, Arizona, Franklin W. Donn, of Phoenix, Arizona, Allison F. Donn, of Phoenix. Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. (First publication March 12, 1904.) Office Constructing Quartermaster. Whipple Barracks, Prescott, Arizona, February 9," 1904. Sealed proposals subject to the usual conditions will be received here until 3 p. m., March 13, 1904, and then opened, for furnishing the labor and material for the con struction, plumbing, gasplping, heat ing, and electric wiring of brick hos pital. Plans, specifications, and oth er Information 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 Hosplfal at Whipple Barracks, Ar izona" and addressed to CHAS. C. WALCUTT, Jr., Constructing Q .M. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of George W. Sanders de ceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administratrix of the estate of George W. Sanders deceased, to the j creditors of and all persons having j claims against the saia deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said administratrix at the law office of J. M. Jamison, Fleming Building, City of Phoenix, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ness of said estate, in said county of Maricopa. CLARA S. SANDERS, Administratrix of the estate of George W. Sanders deceased. Dated Monday, this 7th day of March, 1904. First publication March 8th. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that bids will be received at the office of the Grand Secretary of the Independent Order of Pdd Fellows, Geo. A. Mihtz. at Phoe nix, Arizona, to Monday, April 4, 1904, at 12 o'clock m., for the printing, binding, finishing and delivery of four hundred of the proceedings of the Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., for year 1904, the same to be printed on 4S pound book paper, bound in 60 pound cover paper, uniform in type and quality and style of work with the proceedings of 1903 and previous years, to be delivered to the Grand Secretary, together with original copy, as per provisions of Article XV, Constitution of the Grand Lodge of Arizona. Bid to- include compiling index. The privilege of rejecting any and all bids is reserved. GEO. A. MINTZ. Chairman Committee on Printing. First publication March 7. PROPOSALS FOR TWO BRICK BUILDINGS: Department of the Inter ior. Office of Indian Affairs, Washing ton, D. C. Feby. 18. 1904. SEALED PROPOSALS indorsed "Proposals fcr Buildings. Fort Mojave, Ariz.," ad dressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Washington, D. C, will be re ceived at the Indian Office un'il two o'clock p. m. of Thursday, March 24, 1904, for furnishing trie necessary ma terials and labor required to construct and complete a brick school building with acetylene gas piping and a brick dining, room tmd kitchen with plumb ing and acetylene gas piping, ' at the Fort Mojave School, Ariz., In strict ac cordance with the plans, specifications and instruetionsto bidders which may be examined at this office, the offices of the "Arizona Republican," Phoenix, Ariz., the "Builder and Contractor," Los Antreles, Cal., the "Chronicle," San Francisco, Cal., the "American Con tractor." Chicago. 111., the "Improve ment Bulletin," Minneapolis, Minn., the "Globe-Democrat," St. Louis, Mo, the Builders and Traders Exchanges at Omaha, Nebr., Milwaukee, Wis., and St. Paul. Minn., the Noi-thwestern Man ufacturers' Association, St. Paul, Minn., the IT. S. Indian Warehouses, 2G5 South Canal St., Chicago, III., 119 Woosier St. New York, N. Y., 815 Howard St., Omaha, Nebr., and 602 So. Seventh St., St. I.ouis, Mo., and at the school. For further Information apply to Duncan D. McArthur, Superintendent. (First publication, Mrch 1, 1904.) PROPOSALS FOR WATER. SYS TEM AND COLD STORAGE PLANT: Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C. Feb. 13. 1904. SEALED PROPOSALS ir.do'Ff.d "Proposals for Improvements, Phoe nix, Ariz." and addressed to the Com missioner of Indian Affairs, Washing ton, D. C. will be received at the In dian Office until two o'clock p. m. of Wednesday, March 23, 1904, tor furnish ing and delivering the necessary ma terials and. labor required to construct and complete at the Phoenix School, Arizona, a water system and a cold storage plant In strict accordance with the plans and specifications and in structions to bidders, which may be examined at this Office,, the office of the "Builder and Contractor" of Los Angeles, . California, the - "American Contractor" of Chicago, 111., the "Ari zona Republican" of Phoenix. Arizona, the "Chronicle' of Sr.n Francisco, Cal ifornia, the builders aud traders ex changes at Omaha, Milwaukee and St. Paul, the Northwestern Manufactur ers' Association of St. Paul, Minn., the Commercial Exchange, Des Moines, la., the U. S. Indian Warehouses, 2C5 South Canal Street, Chicago, 111., 817 Howard Street, Omaha, Nebr., 602 South Seventh Street, St. Louis, Mo., and 119 Wooster Street, New York City, and at the schocl. SEALED PROPOSALS indorsed "Proposals for Building Material, etc.," and addressed to Chas. W. Good man, Superintendent U. S. . Indian School, Phoenix. Arizona, will be re ceived by him at the school until two o'clock p. m. of Wednesday, March 23. 1904, for furnishing and delivering at the school, as may be required during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1904. 74,000 feet of lumber, 30,000 lath, 58,000 shingles, 62 windows and doors, 10 transoms, 180 barrels of lime, 200 bar rels of cement, 125,000 brick, one cen trifugal pump (capacity 360 gallons per minute), 455 pounds of electric wiring, 600 rosettes and sockets, 2.600 Insula tors, brackets and tubes, 272 switches, plugs and cleats, 1,000 feet of drop cord, 1,200 feet of moulding, 12 dry batteries, 15 lead traps, 400 feet of soil pipe, 11 closets, 4 slcp-slnks, 4 bath tubs and 8 radiators, besides a quanti ty of' tees, ells, etc., a full list and de scription of which may be obtained at the school. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids, or any part of any bid. If deemed for the best inter est of the service. All articles offered under a contract will be subject to a rigid Inspection. Each bid must be ac companied by a certified check or draft upon some United States depository or solvent national bank, made payable to the order of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at least 5 per cent, of the amount of the proposal, which check or draft will be forfeited to the United States In case any bidder or bidders receiving an award shall fail to promptly execute a contract with good and sufficient sureties: otherwise to be returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied by cash In lieu of certi fied check will not be considered. For further Information apply to Chas. W. Goadman, Supt. A. C. TONNER, Acting Commissioner. First publication March 1. 1904. PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC. E. E. PASCOE. Notary Public. Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledgements taken. 110 North Center street. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW THOS. J. PRESCOTT Corporation and Commercial Law a specialty. Rooms 6-8-1U Cotton block. Phoenix, Arizona. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards. EDWARDS A MORTON, Lawyers. 19 S. Center St. Phoenix, Arls. J. W. CRENSHAW, attorney at law. Of fice rooms 210 and 211 Fleming Building, Phoenix, Arizona. CHIROPODY. PAINLESS removal of corns or bunions firlces 50 cents each. Privacy assured. )i y.iur corns burt you? He you mliou-.es on the bottom of your feel? (-oft corns be tween your toetl Do j ur bunions or corns one or Ihrob at n'ght? Are you troubled witn excesilve pin-pi ration? Have hot trouble at a'l with y urfont? If to, call un me. I cau give you relief. I treat men, ladies and ehildieiiu my office, night or ra. Tel Red B62. frank ehirley, rhlropoMKt, Blue Front Barber Fhon,4S west Wat bingtou S'reet. opposite Stm Fe offlc ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING. Assayer and Metallurgist Cyanide concentration, mill and smel ter tests. 18 N. Second Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. J5PANISH LESSONS. BPaIsH lEnfOva WITHOUT ANY BOOKH Given ia a practical way. by a native gentle man, well educated, who will tech you in a short time Term V(0 a month. Call at 5 2 North Pet ond Avenue. OSTEOPATHY. Dr. D. L. Conner, Osteopathic Physician, Office 8 West Adams. Phone, office Red li'M; residence Red 83. SURVEYOR F. B. Jacobs. V. S. Deputy Surveyor. Sur vey of mining claims for patent a spec- laity. Room u, Nicholson Mock, rnoenix, MINING ENGINEER. II. K. WIIEKLKR CO., Mining and ConsuUinir Fnpineers. Chemists ind Asssyers Braly HuMrting l.os ngcies. t ai. DETECTIVE. DOHENKY B ROS.. Merchants' Patrol a i . rn.A.:... , ...... t n Box 451, Phoenix, Arizona. POPULAR WANTS. All Advertisements Rannins' for Less Time Than One Month For Sale FOR SALE Gentle pony, buggy and harness, 525.00. P. O. box 704. FOR SALE Fine Durhim bull. Win. Groff, Christy road. FOR SALE Light housekeeping fur niture, also three good raoms to rent. Call Friday; Kyle, 338 W Monroe st. FOR SALE One fine bull, six miles west and lA miles south of Five Points. FOR SALE Pony, harness and buggy. 750 Twelfth St.. Brill's addition. FOR, SALE High grade wheel Ra cyele, only used four months, $10.00. 429 W. Jefferson St. FOR SALE Tent 16x24 furnished. Also horse two seat buggy and single harness, will sell together or separ ate: a bargain. Inquire at the 2nd of 12th street und Desert Highland addition. TO EXCHANGE valley property for Los Angeles or San Diego property. Address box 786, Phoenix, Arizona. FOR SALE Eastons bakery, furni ture and fixtures, at Tempe, Ariz. Address F. B. Easton. FOR SALE Bicycle, new Pierce coast er break, spring fork and seat; must be sold at once. Apply 211 East Jefferson St. FOR SALE One of Walker's bargains. A nice seven-room frame house with two lots can now be bought at a bar gain as the owner is desirous of clos ing out all holdings here on account of business interests elsewhere. See ",me about this. J. Ernest Walker, Real Estate & Loans. 14-16 So. Second ave. FOR SALE Almost new Mimeograph ond typewriters. Rooms 317 Fleming Bldg. FOR SALE First-class circulating library, all the latest fiction: half price, will sell all or part. Mrs. Tait, 19 E. Jackson st. TWO H0"USE TENTS Finest in Ari zuna, all 12 oz. duck, six feet walls. Furnished complete; can be made Into four tents without any cost; sizes, two 12x19 feet, 9x19 and 12x14 feet. Extra flies and lumber. Two fine horses, one fine pony and lady's saddle, two single harness, two good buggies, all in first-class condition. No sick people have lived in tents. Will sell single. Located on Cross cut canal, five miles east of Phoe nix. Prlmm & Elcljenberger. FOR SALE Some fine sows and pigs at the Swetnam ranch, iy2 miles south of George Kays. FIVE GALLONS good oil $1.35; gaso line by bottle, gallon or can. Phoa nix Oil Company. 'Phone Red 522. FOR SALE Ten, twentyTlhirtyTfifty and eighty acre ranches. J. E. Mc Clain, real estate agent, Tempe, Ari zona. FOR SALE I have several small im proved tracts, close in, also farm3, which are on the market cheap. Also full size lot, and' new house which can be" had for two-thirds of cash value. " II. Riddle. 17 N. First ave. FOR SALE Distilled water. Light ning Delivery. FOR SALE Eggs for hatching. Chas. Burroughs, 1270 East Monroe. FOR SALE AT REPUBLICAN office, old papers: ten cents per hundred. F)R SALE 80 acres, 3 miles north west of Phoenix. Water right In Grand canal. All fenced and cross fenced. 70 acres In good alfalfa. Good house and well and plenty of shad On a rural free delivery route. Price $70 per acre. Address L. J. H., this office. FOR SALE No humbug, to be sold, six lots, southeast corner Irvine ad dition. Seventh avenue, one mile from town clock, nicely improved, plenty shade trees, good fence, all around good location for poultry yards. For store or mostly anything else, good neighbors. Come and see. David Fraser. FOR SALE Span work horses, or will trade for cattle. M. A. Stanford ranch. FOR SALE One new six horse power Llewellyn gasoline engine. Engine suitable for pumping plant on ranch. Inquire at Valley bank. FOR SALE Seven fresh milk cows, at a bargain if taken before March 20th. J. C. McNult FOR SALE or trade fine' two-story brick and frame 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-Brown, this office. For Bent FOR RENT A neat five-room cottage, nicely furnished ,on Center street, two miles out. Jos. Geare, next house south. FOUR ROOM furnished cottage, !23 S. Second street. No invalids. For particulars call 603 N. First st. FOR RENT furnished house, close in. Apply to E. E. Prowell, 230 South First avenre. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for housekeeping. 452 N. Fifth ave. FOR RENTAfter March 24, the Snead house, corner Fourth avenue and Jefferson street, a brick house, five room, bath and toilet. Inquire J. H. W. Jensen. 'Phone Main 242 or at J. H. Langston's law offica. 'Phone black 1732. AN IDEAL ALL THE YEAR 'ROUND home for a resident of Phoenix will be leased furnished by the year on very reasonable terms. Owner is away and desires permanent relia ble tenant rather than fancy rental. .Windmill with tank and acetylene gas plant, stable, with other modern conveniences. Beautiful grounds and plenty of shade. One block from ' car line in Capitol Addition. Inquire of H. I. Latham & Co. PUH RENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices: also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, room 6, Nicholson building. Lest and Pound LOST Small gray horse, notify 13 E. Jackson st. Please LOST Near Phoenix, young female dog named "gyp." white, marked with black, medium size. Suitable reward. Notify W. Percy Smith. Rcottsdale. Star route. STRAYED OR STOLEN From C. L. Rower's ranch, March 7, one flea bitten gray mare, weighs about 1,300 pounds: a wire cu( on right foot. Also one gray mare, weighs about 1100 ' pounds, branded on left hip with anchor, wire cut on right foot, dark soot on left side of neck; both work animals. Any one giving information of the whereabouts of said animals will be amply rewarded. Address R. J. List. R. F. D. No. 4. Phoenlv Arl-s. Furnished Booms FOR KENT Furnished rooms, single or In suite. 50" N. Second ave. FURNISHED ROOM for light house keeping. 491 N. Third ave. FOR RENT Pleasant furn!shed"front room In private family by the week or month.- 222 W. Adams st. TWONEWLY fuTnls'hedrooms in pri vate family, suitable for two gentle men, or married oouple. Will rent Bingly or en suite. No sick people. No other roomers. References. 248 1 West Jefferson 3t. NICELY furnlshcl rooms; no con sumptives tiken, 431 N. Fourth ave. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping, 801 W. Madison st. THE ALAMO Newly furnished rooms. Prices moderate. One door east of Postoffice bldg. BOARD at Grant's ranch; first class; first house east of Indian echooi. Rooms or tents; four blocks from street cars. Address R. F. D. 1. Helo Wanted WANTED Delivery boy. Apply at once, at the New York store. WANTED A young lady of good ap pearance to travel and learn a goo-1 profession; moderate salary to start. Must be able to start within a week. Address D. F. E., this office. GIRL WANTED for light house work. 240 West Jefferson st. WANTED Delivery boy. Apply at once, at the :Cew York store. WANTED Young man to learn soda water dispensing. Must be willing and strong. The Berryhill company. WANTED Delivery boy. Apply at once, at the New York store. WANTED Women to iron starch work: steady employment, Arizona Laundry, corner Adams and Third streets. WANTED Chambermaid, at the Dor ris, 32 South Second avenue. Situations Wanted YOUNG LADY wishe3 coakinjr on ranch, near Phoenix, or care of In valid lady. Address box 263, lre-c-tt. Ariz. WANTED Position as bookkeeper, clerk or cashier, by experienced young man, a I reference. Call 27 E. Monroe street. WANTED Work by young man a." delivery man or clerk, strictly of steady habits. Address "A," care this office. WANTED Barber wants a job any place south or east of Prescott. Ad dress Walter Wallace, Prescott. Aris. Board 'and Scorns SUMMER BOARDERS wanted. Mc Bride's ranch ,two n.lles north and one-half miles east of Indian school. Ample thade, splendid drinking water, table unsurpassed. Box 7SI, Phoenix. ROOMS AND BOARD At the Dor ris, 32 South Second avenue. FOR FIRST CLASS ROOMS and board try the Rumney, on Grand . ave. 1 miles from postoffice: plenty of good Jersey milk and eggs; free transportation to city daily. Tele phone Main 332. LEE'S RANCH Two nicely furnished tents board. Apply at Cooper & Black grocery, 11 a. m.. box 665. ROOMS WITH GOOD BOARD, 332 N. Fifth street CASA LOMA A first crass, modern. medium price, family hotel at Tempe. Arizona. Write for rates. Miscellaneous Wants WE WANT all the second-hand goods we can get. Highest prices paid. We exchange trunks o-other goods for any goods you have. Spears & War tawa, 32 and 34 W. Washington 8t. WANTED Man, with small capi tai. to go into business in Tempe. Address R. G. Andre, Tempe. WANTED A small house, movable. W. J. Osborn. route 4. WANTED Cheap, light single spring wagon, or buck board and harness. No. 605, Seventh ave., south. 'Phonj Red 521. H. Todd. WANTED BY MAN and wife .a place to care for during summer In ex change for rent. No invalids or children. Address E. C. this office. WANTED Young men and women de siring to prepare for a Civil Service position to write for particulars con cerning our Special Civil Service Course. International Correspond ence Schools, Scranton, Penn., R. IL Irwin, agent Northern Arizona, P. O. Box 233, Phoenix, Arizona. WANTED Team of draft mares 5 to 8 years old, 10 saddle mares 5 to Brln stock miles west of Grand avenue, on Maricopa canal. Thos. McGinr.ls. WANTED To buy your furniture and household goods. Highest cash prices paid. Dorrls-IIeyman Furni ture company. Most Be Paid in Advance. IS YOL'K WELL OR PUMP out of or der? We clean and dig wells) eit short notice. Pumps replrd. All work guaranteed. Phoenix Well Co, P. O. Box "14 or 'Phon Red S92-' CLOTIIIXO or delicacies for the poor and sick can be left at tk rooms of the Women's Christian Tempcranr Union, corner of Monrss aa4 CVrttrtH ave. They will be carefaU)? sMn buted. Those In need plee SECOND HAND FURNITURE wl. ed for cash and to sU eon: mis sion. Call at 21 Suth rinsl with Star Dye wort. Uuiimii.I, auctioneer. MONEY to lend Morfe4 4 Itiral. W. Adams st. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWAkDCS. ap.ri enced card reader, tells pas, preot and future. Ladles. Uc; ftfilUmtn, 60 cents.- 331 Buehaaa sHreart, corner of Third street. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS Tb f olio win r transcripts of the ords of the offices of the district clerk, the probate court and the county re corder Is furnished by the Arisen Ab stract and Title company. - The-records for yesterday war: DISTRICT COURT. Attachment In blank; A. II. I jhe. attorney. i PROBATE COURT. Georga V. Collins estate: Final rr povt of -special administrator. Mary Cv Predznore estat: trJ r publication notice to creditors. RECORDER'S OFFICE. " The United States Gas Irr.prov-nn Co., articles. J. A. C;nn.lly. A." 11. Smith, M. L. Church. ' Wm.-T.. Rtd tb Mormon Girl il.r..r g ; Claim, Hen, Cave Creek district. The Badger State Gold Mining cJL' to Mining Claims, affile vu UUor. Phoenix district- ' W. 8. Btnnett to Lysander Cass. ly. mortgage, 0 head of cattle. A- H. Smith and wife t Samutl S, Jack, deed. N. E. 1-4 of setiicrt rt. township 2N, ranre 2E. M. L. Horrell to Mrs. r:. H. Mt-Cort-' rell. deeds. S. 1-2 of S. W. i- of . W. 1-4 of section 21. townsaip IN. ranr 6JC. Anne Herrick to Clement A. Yr rick. executor, mortgage, lot t. lVxk S6. Phoenix and ether pro;-rrty.. .Charles L. Patrick to Mink A. Pat rick, assignment. N. 1-2 of X. T- 1-1 of section 32. township 2N. ranff- IE." John B. Nellegar to F. P. Fol-r an, I wife, release, section 13, towna irs, range 1W. Amendment to article III. tt IU tides of Incorporation of th Txvp AJax Mining company: " Resolved by the stockholder mi lass Tonopah Ajax Mining com parr IWI the capital stock be and Is herrkr T s majority vote of all the outt stock inere:fd to one million sluilar. divided into one million share ef I he par value of one dollar each. President. J. ANDREW UCTTEKt Attested by Secretary. E. R. SHIELDS. Of the Tonopah Ajax Min'.nr Company. Tonopah. Nev.. ','ovptnb.r 27law IV' 3. Slate of Colorado. City ast.1 CouMy. of Denver, se. Before me. W. T. Perkina, a notary public In and for the said eownty a -.4 state, on th's day personally a srI J. Andrew Guttery. known to me I W the person who subscribed ti the fur goins Intrument. and ackna4sJ to me that he executed the sj?w r the purposes and consideration e-. In expressed. Given under my hand art eJ erf office this ISth day of February, x. V 1904. WALLACE T. PERKINS. (Seal) Notary ruUL My commission expire oj K C-V da- of December, A. D. 1!. First publication. Murh It. 11 WASHING WITHOUT WATER. Is Like Trying te Get Rid of Dandruff Without Hemicice. Did.'- tyou -ever see any one tryln-j to wash themselves without soup .r water? If you did what would yoj ..: f him? It Is every bit as foolish to try to u.t rid of Dandruff and to prevent Bald ness by feeding the germs which nas It. with Cantharides. Vaseline. Gly n -Ine and similar substances which fr: the principal inrredients of most -called Hair Vigors. Newbro's Herpicide Is succeful cause it attacks and kills the par iuic germ which feeds on the hair root. It is the original and only genuine scalp germcide manufactured. Sold by leading druggists. Ser.J 10. in stamps for sample to The Herp:, id Co.. Detroit. Mich. Wakelin's iir macy special agent. Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERIXTEKCEiTS Kstlraate Furnished Keorae It-1 11 O'Neill BalMIng P. O. he aT. Phot nix. ArlaoaA. Jo Flield Oa. H. OallaaTaer Taylors' Bargains! A GOOD HOME. near the Capitol Bldg. four rm arJ screen room house. goo4 mrmH an I and everything in best of saape for $O00. Some fnlverslty aUiti lots cheap also. 100 feet on East Adams street r.ly four blocks from postoffice tt . Si,500. Taylor 31 Sons, 13 North Center Street Real Estate and Investment.