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V0' I TIIE ARIZONA RErUBLICAA TUESDAY MO UNI Mi, AIM'IL G, liilH 8 p i' SOUTH SIDE NEWS irMIt--rrtt W. Crtr - Femeror Bre MESA BUY THE BEST !Cc.v 1 M;Cr::ikk Mo acts. V.t I McCorruuk Mowers. ; hzv.il McCormick Hinders. ! fvt MtCcrcick Kal:cs. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE Temps Hardware & Supply Co., TEMP?, ARIZONA. L -' s Cfl t: j.n. t Sp :icJ s L:.t'f. 1 M-;:f. ! t ! . r - . t r t t. : - : ' f. ... r ! ' '.--. T - I f -l : I. r . . : v. l - : . : ! : '. 1 c C- -i C:r:- . t t : t J TtfPZ aovert:c'ents. Pcmcroy Brcs.G3(i:.) If S. K' llQW. I:;: c! a::! v: ri':,v c c v I't ( Vr" t '.t la::!. '..::i 1 ir.rc: ic:; sur. C r.iir.'.l ff-r.'.T-! Heal V.: DON'T FORGET IT ' r f .... t . t T.r J : . . f .,- "'.- I i ; 1 : . . . t "ATTLNTION!" U t f mm t t Cy i ..ti.t . It. -.11. f-il ftfwHiti.ai i -.4 tt kli rt tmam.. !??. HAL ESTATE, ' ANCIIF.S L Xl EVIDENCES FOR SALE WVMl V, MILSIS. WCU t-C 4 tftTltCVtf.T J. GcHira! MsrclianiHss MESA HOTEL t. ' I. . ) V 1 1 lliof II l tmf ttuS. y t t t v .: APMZUA i. 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A. untl primary uh-r-ociailon. K;i-;U committee Fimr.-e, O j Staptiv: transportation. J. S. A5l:t. : chub mm; refreshments', L. V. Cumber, htitmm: location, deration of floats, i W. A. M:tcDonaM ana L. K. Lvor. Musical director. Mrs. M. C. ri-ol;- : DEVOCr.ATIC PRIMARY AT LEHI. 1 I ' The de.not raiio primary e'eciioi in I I- hi Saturday resulted in th? follnw- j ir.T de'.pgat.'s living cho-vr: D. V. Jones. I Henry AV. I'avl-i and D. Nehcn. VISITED THE PAPAGO WARD. !'.cr!dent r. R. Hakes :ir,.! F. T. Pom- eroy ncr business visitors at thi ! I'Hiiag-o ward Sun.Ly p.nl discoursed t the rvtives. , j AP.3IVTD IN IV' ESA. I i::;jiiJi I). Thompson and family ar rive In Mesa liy team from Giobr; le: day. They had quite an c?:per'i;-r i enrruie. On of the hor.-es gave out j i b-twffii Riverside and Florence nr.il 'r' Jrh:m,,y? ah !ri!Hi to talc the hoi? nut. hav- one of the children !-ad it. while he took if v'.n ? and trav. ol - d thus to Donnolly's well. Th:y . .fr- tiix makinft the trip fr-rn u!,:'"- ilr- Tlompvn nnl fam ly wl! ren-.iii in M ?a ind?f.t:it ly. PERSONAL MENTION. rh;M:- Ffuffcr. of The ncpublVati. T.-j u l,u?!n-t, visitor In 'P . t,., - i , v " . w. ratrar is affaln v:tin!f the, !: I" "f M s.i. ftilarfrinr? iho i1-- 'liiiv:'!' of the jrr-F. 1 , !r. . V.. l"uh tna'l" a p of is'o al fall from F'h rnix vf Ptfr lay. Mr Crtrildo Ki''d. of I'or r. x. rr.l ' CF UNTOLD VALUE. Tre Informaton Contained in ThU ! Citizen's Stctcntent is Priceless. j Tl'f hii'-. 1 e hcartv. the Ftron r-n .rord ti to- tlus pi:pj:- to one sid. j;, patisntfr wheti thev read the fo.-, lovir.r. !:; .i-y rvuT:er in Pho-ni-c j who h.') sufffre l hours of torture ;, i,-i l,,- hj,,v fo-t-tdaint will -t.-.., 1 iii bij c ' ii liht if he- doe not follow t!. .' 'a- ie iidvi'-c- offered bete. i i!. IK IVr'ison. attorney, with ofurr la Cciitjry Hld'i. Tiicfon. Ariz., says: j ' For a r.';;nber of years I was greatly :;;.o;i-1 itli Kidi.ey c om;.'!an:t. There: 1Mi,. 1 k.iche. the principal ! f yi jto::i bcin? too freT-ent action of tic Miiev M-i.-etiops. e. pf!u:iy ob- j 'cniiM" Sit i i-i.t. Ihcui'ji Kidnev I'tlU ' v -Tf jro'-git t' my :ittnt:on and on? City I 1. 'lied at a d.-.:j store and got a !.o. rie day's treatn eat cor- :! -d n . t'ut they were itoiiv- to th? 1 root of ti.e t:oille and I continued ' ci.til I had f .lislied fojr botte.1-'. I am I,)! j.t-j ureC to -;iy that I am per- j ; rr t- nc-!.; iy cured, but this is a'i ur- 'oii.ttd fi!-. Doan'a Kidney Pills are ; ! left i:.i(":y T ever u?ej. Thfy i:rin diate lehef. are p!easantto . tfcVc. ave no bad effects and act h- ' tt-ftiv u;on the K'df '-s. I am pleased 10 tf on.r.f r.d ti.eni to my friends and lle p'ib!i- Keiit-raiiy." - J !t Kjc.h emphatic endorsement tan , had 1 i,'! t l.i-re in Pno--nix. Drop !r.io the i:iid"y Drrg Co.'s drug storj ! 1 a-k '. hat their c ustomers report. For sa) by ;i!l dealers. Price i) , I'c-j.ts. !" rt .r-Mnbm n Co.. ItufT.ilo, N. Y. m, .--.?! :ts loi the Fnited State-i. R-rii jnb'-r ti. i ai.it Doan's and i-i:e r.o substitute. - ;-ttirst 1 . h i getting into trrube i' J!-fly. T.'kir.K rc of ii fortune 11 ; "ii t m a lot of urr."cr('?: 1 ry hard wo k and v o. ry. Athi-"n G! .1 e. SAVE THE LOVED ONES! Jirn. Mary A. VI. et. Newcastle. Colo.. wntfK. I believe Ballard's Ilore h'Vind Syrup is su.e:ior to any other ni'ich n dicine. ami v'.l' i all that in 'laimed for it. and it Is so pleasant tc t; he. My little hl wants to take it c lien fic has no rieed for it." Bol lard's Horeiiound Syrup is the great I cure for nil pulmonary ailments. 23c. 'Ar nd ll.W' V.'h-ri ii I. ut Elvey & Hulett's. ly "nn 1 a- tf-r srak -. of a cc . r, -.ii v. h- i u'i ; '.iul 1 r. she iiy;: ".-::'- is d.-v,t-. wi.'- and ino:h r.' A t s li.s a lii.bc. TAKING DESPERATE CHANCES. It in f-,1. that many contract cold.i m.d rn iiur from them without taking j ujiy pri-cau'ion or treatment, and u j ki.oujrd?-- of this far-t leads others 10 1 tike tl.c-ir fh.ar.ies instead of givin-r tltir coids the n-eded attention. It H-O'ild be l.orne In mind th-.t every c'.-id weakens the lungs, lowers the i fitlity. make the systc-n less able to nithctiiiij e.'f ii Fiii'CH'din? cold and j...vt" the way for more serious dis '. "an you af.'ord to take such !-;'' r.te ian'es when Chan.brhiin's ('"Sh Rtme.iy, famous for its -ures of idi. iin le had for a tiifle? For t-n'.f by all drug;; h-cas. Wli.-n a ci; t.f wi'fig. soi;f t insr-' : liut will v v 1 Ii yo.i supj.oc it v :;t M..rk v.h' n v. i- try it on St. lt?-7 - At hi. 01 ;i ,l-. WALKS VITHOUT CRUTCHES. I u:ia riiUidi .-inii'.-cd uith sriailca. vri- IM. N:'d. lowiiville, Sedi- I. k. co'inty. K.in.. "going about on ni'ibew ai d pnfTering a ilej-.I of pain. I 4 lr..i ed to try Fallard's Snow I. nin.ei.t. which relieved me. I used tlr- :.: l.ttlen. It is the greatest liii.iir.er.t I ever used; have recom rr er.dd it to a number of persons, nil "!'" t h-n:si-;'. es ai l.eirg benefitted by it. I now walk without crutches, ible to perform a grtat deul of light laU.r on the frm." lit Joe and $1.00 at IJviy Hulett's. If .1 ..vo -itcr liax n gr.iiii of sens" ii it. th-ii it Ir a f.ii'ure as a love let t .'.-At.hLtn Olche. When in Need of sac Cast ....Call-on FRIEDMAN THE PAWNBROKER. Who can relieve you when in distress. He loins money on Watches, Diimonds and valuables. Bargains in unredeemed pled ges, such as saddles, guns and bicycles. No. 35 North Center street. ARIZONA LOAN OFFICE. There is c.r.e thing about an aato.ro bile: it doesn't ?hed hair in the Fp. Ing. -Aliti on (I'obe. HERBINE CURES. Fever and Ague. A dose will usually stop a chill, a continuance always cures. Mrs. Wm. M. Stroud. Midlo thian. Texas. May 51. 1S99. writes: "We have used Herbine in our family for cisht years, and found it the best medicine we have ever used, for la Brippe. bilious fever, and malaria." 50c at Elvey & Hulett s. If 1 h man is rich er.ouh. no g'.rl. In th- opinion of her pare it?. !s toj y un; to ir. i: :y. Atchiron Globe. "I have been subject to sciatic rheu matism for years," ays F.. H. Waldron. of YVil'on Junction. Iowa. "My joints were stiff and gave me much pain and discomfort. My joints would crack when I straightened up. I used Cham berlain's Pain Palm and have be-ia thoroughly cvred. Have not had a pai;i or ache fiom the old trouble for many months. It is certainly a mosl wonderful liniment." For sale by ail drugssts. Yo iini-vf r fee .jine gi.ls that ty.ey d' if t have a d :f:s suit case and a nm w'th th' tn.'.i Atr hison Glibr. r i : I 4 . r .' vC. . .. , AJimLCCt.St.OL. ir. rn-Kiu urn" , g,VA,' fclN.Hl 'Ilr U)l.d ifnl cS'fl M4RtL vii.r;tf?g bprey .. U ia l-t-.wtly. 1 1 rnrr ensrz t ir. .' T .u .i . ., n. ' t ViiU'ii'i.'..'-'ii-1 i rttc"- Y I ,i HiIit-nlMMni! 'li'ert i.'isb- J .Vl,.tr. irMO., LEGAL AOVErmSE.VENTS. ; PROPOSALS FO BRICK OFFICE ; AN3 HOSPITAL EUILDINGS. De- rHttrr.en! of the Interior. Office of In- , Ih:n AfTsUr?. V." ashir.jton. D. C. April IS. 131.4. SEALED PROPOSALS, cn- J ciorsed ' Pr.OroSALS FOR F.FILD- j IN'GS. Truxton Canon. Aiizcr.ii." r.IJ addtcs.-ed to the Commissi u:ier of Ir.- ! c:i::n Affairs. Washii.trn D. C, will'b.;! re lived at the Indian Olfite until 2 j o'cioik p. m.. May IS. 1904. for furnish- j iv.Z ar.d delivering neces.-ary iv.atetia'.a ; and hihor tc:;:;ru to construct and! complete a brie k hosnilai with niuma- 'll'-T. F ir.K. ; ;.in !;eat and acetylene g ir. pip- nd a brick office with plumbing and acc'vlfiie -a pitting at tie 1 ruxto-.t Canon School. Arizop.a. . in str'' t accordance with piaii'j ) ar.tl sp.?cil.f at ions and instructions to hidilo:?. which may he examined at this Oflcc. the o.TiCC.i of the "Duiider & Contractor," Lc3 Angeles. Cai.: '"A-ri- zona Republican." Phoer.ix. Atizot-a: "Ciircnic'e." Siin Frcncisco. Ca'..: Builders' and Traders' Exchang'-S s;t omaha. Neb.; Milwaukee, Wi.: a:iJ St. Paul, Minn.: North Western Manu-fmtuic-rs' Asso.iatioi. St. Paul. Minn.: the 1". S. I-tdian Ware houses at f02 South Seventh St.. St. L'fjis. Mo.: c17 Howard St.. Omaha. Neb.: ii6." South Canal St.. Chicago, lib. .-nd 119 Wooster St.. New Yoik City, and at the s-hool. P'or further infr:-:rr.t;cn apply to J. S. Perkinrs. Su-perintc-ndent. TruKton, Arizona. A. C. Termer. Acting Commisi';ner. PROPOSALS FOR TWELVE BUILD INGS. Department of the Interior. Office 'f Inriii'ti Affairs. Washington, D. C. April 1".. I!t04. Scaled propo.-ai-. endorsed "PROPOSALS FOR TWELVE B.'ILDINGS. Riverside. California." ;r..l ac.dresse.l to tne o.iimissioper 01 hii i.-m Affairs. Washington, D. C wi'l be rocciwd ;it the Indian OJTice un; il 2 1 o'clock p. m., Thursday. May 13, 19C4. for furnirhin? and dehveting ail t.i? ne.es.-- ry lvatcriiils and labor required to construct and complete, at the Riverside school. Ca!., the following hv;!r!ingc: Two dormitories, industrial b..;;.!ing, hospital, ar.d suoci inicndent'3 residence, all of brick, with plj.viliing. rteiti":i heiit and c-I?vtric iiglit; stable. ba.kry ar.d tnrce cojiie cotlages. ail of btic!:, with pbimbiug and electric light; brick addition to warehouse, with electric light, ::nd one frame do.-mitory with pbtmbing. steam he-it and acetylene ga3 piping; all in strut accordance with pl-ir.s. specification?, and instructions to bidders, which may he examined at this otdce. the offices of the "Builder & Contractor." Los Angn'ev, Cab: "Improvement Bulletin. Minnn-irlis. Minn.: "American Con trafto:." Ciiiiago. lib: "Press." River side. C.-ih; "Chronifl." San Francisco. Cai. : "Arizona Re;t:hlic;in." Pliocnis. Ar!?.o;ia; "Morning Oregor.ian," Port land, Oregon: ''Globe-Democrat." St. Loids. Mo.; Builders' & Traders' Ex changes at Omaha. Neb.: Milwaukee, Wl.".: and St. Paul. Minn.: Nort'.i-v.cstc-r:i Muntiftctuiors" Assoeiation. St. P:i-il. Minn.; the LT. S. Indian Warehouses at 02 Soiuh Seventh St.. St. Louis, Mo.: F17 Howard St.: Oma ha. Neb.: 255 Soutn Canal St.. Chicago, lib. arc' 113 Wooster St.. New York City and at the school. For further information apply to Ha r wood Hall. Superintendent, Riverside, California. A. C. Tenner, Acting Commissioner. c POPULAR WANTS; 33 E All AdTertisementt Ranting for Less Time Than One Month Per Sale FOR SALE Choice ynuns milk cow. Fresh. One and a half miles west of Seventh avenue, on Buckeye road and cne-.a;f mile south. T. S. Ma lcr.ey. FOn SALE A good top busgy. J13.0: pair harness for $50. Enquire Ensign's stable. FOR SALE Side bar Duggy. neyr folding canvas top. set single har ness, whip, etc. "Nothins fancy, but strong and in good condition. Will Fell cheap or will trade for tent bov.se. Address "A. B. C," Repub lican. WHISKEY" AT AUCTION The im ir.er.ro stock ot whiskies, wines, brandies and liquors of A. F. C. Kir schoff, deceased, will be .sold at auc tion. MONDAY APRIL 25TH by the bottle, care, gallon or barrel at the store on Washinsrton street opposite the court hojse. Must bs sold regardless of cost. Phoenix Auction Co., auctioneers. GOOD PAS'iTP.E for fale. Inquire of Alien &. WliFori. 47 X. Center st. FOR SALE Cirv.p wagons, open bug gies and phaeton. Star corral. Scconl avenue .nd Ma?Ison Ft. FOR SALE O 1?!. forty acres good feed grain and r.If-.ilfa. one milti south the nark. C. Evans. ONE WEEK pe-half oif on c-Uiiaior tops; new de?iijr.s in colors for Irisn point late at Mrs. W. W. Hill's, 17 t-'outh Setond street. FOR SALE One pinto pony, one Day j mare: both well broken to ride. An- ! ply Valley corral or Commercial j hotel. j I R SALE Small completely furnish ed hot'd at Walker. Ariz- within fojr hundred feet of Lynx creek, end of Giand Poland tur.r.ei. a -id ubojt ran.c distiiiico from Great Mud HoI. nine. Liberal terms to lisht party. Address T. M. Eurnhai Kirkland, Arizona. FOR SALE Girl's whe;I at a bargain. b'cycle. lS-inch 2:2 West Adams. FOR SALE Old hickory wajoti, tliw inch: splendid condition: needy i painted. Carh or trade for hay. Star j corral. ! FOR SALEioodcov. and "calf. "three J miles e 1st. McDowell road, one-half ! I i:iie nrth. Joi.eV tanch. FOR SALE -At a bargain Columbus j ! lt-ggy. Robt. Duncan, at Riley : Hi depth's rar.ch. i FOR SALE Tho:-e runn'ng- Kl i SAT.Tv Tl.nyi. rmn''. ras ... : gines who wish to save r.eaily half , their running expenses can do so by j buyln No. 1 tistillate at 15c r.er a! ion of Far Johnson; two mil--.s so :.n an..i ir.rce m::?s east 01 1 emp-J. t It will be here in four or five days ! ftom Cate April Liid; it will Le n ! (ir'irrs but to save time and expen?. to those living at a long distance they should brLig drums from home to .ut it in. FOR SALE OR TRADE Group of si t r.'.ninin claims, in one of the richest irinvrpl district-, in Arizoi.a. in op Io:ti.ni:y of a life time; cash; or ir:i- proved or vnimproved real ertate. Ad- cress ljuiney. care I.epublican orhce, I'hoer.ix. Arizona, have. stating what you FoR SALE Two No. 1 Jacks: al?o a fine raddle and driving stallion. J. M. Hancock, l'-i miles east of Indian ! school, ct Tannehill ranch, ihl-,H 1 1- s .itTT - -' ' V vu,riivt AVAVtSk4V.S J'hoer.ix. Jen's, the Jeweler. Temp':. Hjtl fcALhi luonead of cattle, large yearlings, steors and a few heifers. ! Address V. E. A.. R. F. D. No. 1, Mesa. Arizona. FOR SALE McNulty. FOR SALE -Fresh miik cows. J. C -Ten fresh milk cows. three miles south of Xormal schoob Geo. Nichols. Tempe. FOR S AXE Distilled nfng Delivery. water. Light- FOR SALE 0 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. IL. this office. FOR SALE or trade nne two-story brick ar.d frame suburban residence -with three acres of alfalfa: block frotn car lit:e. Will sell on easy terms or trade for good valley land Improved or unimproved. Address Smith-Brown, this ofTice. For Cent FOR KENT Good four-room houe, with use of horse ar.d buggy. Bar- j gain to right parties. Enqulrf 1 E'rin pp.iry. or. -half n.i'.e east it:d;an school. FCP." R FN T Furnished oil. niee coc-1 rnotns or Lit. a -11 H.oi. ringle or housakcping. i:i new house; use of modern bath room. No sick takrn. Cheep rent to On- rirabi pi,: ties. 3-13 N. Seventh st. VT)R RENT Very dciruble. well fur r.ihed rooms. All ccnvenicnces. i'tZ North Second avenue. FOI r.tNT Fonr-roon house in -ou::try. Plenty of shade. Cheap for tne fjnir.fr. J. L. Irvin, 11 North Firt ;.vc. For KENT Two partly furnished J room, plenty cf shade, quiet. 17 j AVest Monroe st. FOR RENT Furnishc 1 throe-mom i brick: chc;n for sunnier. Call Mrs. AVilson. 247 E. AA'ashir gton st. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur- nished houses; all sizes, kir.ds and prices: also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. AV. K. James. 37 North fnl-r street. TO RENT Four rooms; bath, hot and cold water; gas and electricity, shady porches, etc. Inquire 37S X. Fourth avenue. PASTURE Ton acres of good pasture; must b taken at mire. Address box 665 or apply at Lee's ranch 4!j miles cast on McDowell read. 1ST, FOR RENT Cool housekeeping rooms 442 S. Center st. FOR RENT Three room brick .tot'agi furnished for light housek?ep'.ng; north porch: fine shade. Call 9C5 W. Je!Torson St. McId Wanted WANTED Girl for second work. Call 410 West Monroe street. WANTED Ey traveling representa tive of ca3tern capitalists, youn ir.an stenographer and bookkeeper to accompany me: must be in good hta'.t.i. ot good appearance and frc; from all bad habits. Must be expert on the typewriter and good in Eng lish composition, spelling and pen manship. Salary" $100 per month and traveling expenses. I will be in Phoenix about May 1. Address S. B., Republican office. Do not reply unless you 11 the requirements in every particular. WANTED Lady or gentleman of fair education to travel for firm of $2o0, C00.00 capital. Salary, $1,072.00 per year, and expenses, paid weekly. Ad dreFS -vith stamp, J. A. Alexander, Phoenix, Ariz. WANTED Rcy y?ars; neat in between It and li appearance. Address "A," this office. WANTED An' honest boy, willing to work. Ice cream parlor, 33 .". First avfnio. WANTED First-class woman cook. Apply li:6 W. Madison st. WANTED Girl for general housework in small family; good wages. Apply ,t nnte. 315 E. Monroe street. SALESMEN WANTED To sell Nur sery stoc k. Cash advanced weekly for expenses. Write immediately for territory before it is all assigned. Chico Nurrery Co., Ch'co. California. WA NT KD Ex pe ri er.ced so lie! tor to take charge of work of International Correspondence schools in this lo cality. Salary and commission. Sec E. C. Everitt. Ford hotel. 2 to 3 p. m. WANTKi) Companion for trip into the hi!!.?. Somebody who has had a lit tle earrpins: experience preferred. Address p. o box 847 citv. Ascnts Wanted AGENTS ri ake cheapest and Jo daily selling the most perfect Water Filter ever invented; retails at $2.00: hi? profit: exclusive territory. Sena ca Filter Co., Seneca. Mo. Furnished Cccms rooms. North First st. FOR RENT Desirable furnished room clro two ho jrekcaping. 503 N. Second avenr.e. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for lodging or i:Ouse'.;eepir.g. Mrs. M. G. Marsh. 2!7 N." Fourth ave. FOR LENT - - ivei for hous'keepir. 316 X. Fifth st. very desirable. 1 THE ALAMO second door cast ot post- orl.ee l.V'g.. newly furnished rooms; coo! and clean: summer rates: no accommodation for consumptives. 1 BOARD at Grant's ranch; first class; first house east of Indian school. Rooms or tents; four blocks from street cars. Address R. P. D. 1. Lost and Pound STRAYED ORSTOLEN'hsTmu so.-rel bourse, white on hind foot and nose. Tinder notify E. W. Fl3her, 1G21 W. Jefferson ar.d receive re ward for trouble. FOUND A valuable watch. Owner can have it by applying to the office of the sheriff, proving property and paying for this notice. LOST Severed weeks ego, black voile blouse jacket, silk lined. Finder please leave at 26 North Tenth ave nue r.r.d receive reward. STRA Y EL A blue buckskin pony. Re turn to Ambrose corral and receive reward. LO T Lart Sunday a solid gold band ring; engraved "B to E." Finder re turn to Republican office and receit reward. LOST A fox terrier, brown spots on eyes ar.d black tail. Last seen at ?ar,ta Fe depot Saturday morning. Reward for return to residence of L. H. Chalmers. STRA Y"EDOR STOLEN Dark bay ir.are. weight ?00 lbs one fore foot and both hind feet white, and whit- star in face. Return to Jonas Beer, 442. Indiana street, and receive re ward. 1 situations Wanted ' X-1 "T -r K'KT VTX3 n kind of ti-. IlUt LW litre. v iiivt I aIICII JTtL. Sifall wages. C. this office. V.'AXTliC Poiition as bookkeeper, rtcnoriat'hr and typewriter by com pc'.ent yojrg man. No objection to lowing the city.. Address S. T.. this ulllce. jSITF ATION W ANTED By man. lirst- clss cwii; hotel or mining camp. Best reference. Wm. Avery 42 E. Monroe st. Be 3rd and Seems GOOD ROOMS and board. 316 N. street. Fifth ! BOARDERS WANTED Furnished room or tent and board.. $1.00 per day. One-half mile west of Indian School. J. M. Tannehill . FOR KENT Suite of rooms with board: also one large single room, morning 61:11. with large porch in front, facing court house square. Terms reasonable for steady tenant. These are desirable and will rent quickly. Apply The Dorris.. " 32 S. Second avenue. CASA LOMA A first crass, modern, medium price, family hotel at Teinpe, Arizona. Write for rates. 3SS 3E Most Be Paid in Advance. Miscellaneous Wants wXNT12nivlrig taiT"lTtar Coir ral. WANTED To buy your furniture and household goods. Highest cash prices paid. Dorris-Heyman Furnl t'lre company. IS YOUR WELL OR PUMP out of or der? We clean and dig wells ?hort notice." Pumps repaired. " All work guaranteed. Phoer.ix Well Co.. 13 X. Center at., or 'Phone Red .!. WANTED Poultry hens $3.75. turkeyn 18c. Ed. Olsen. 'Phone main 322 H. Seventh ave. WANTED TO RENT If you want to rent your house for the summer list' it with J. L. Irvin. 11 X. First ave. WANTED Clean cotton rags for cleaning machinery. Republican of fice. JOHN M. DAVIS, boot and shoe re pairing. Five Points, WE WANT all the second-hand goods we can get. Highest prices paid. We exchange trunks or other goods lor any goods you have. Spears & War tawa. 32 and 34 W. Washington st. CLOTHING or delicacies for the poor and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, corner of Mcnroe and Central Eve. . They will be carefully distrib uted. Those in need please calL MRS. ELIZA A. EDWAKDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen. 60 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street PBOPE25IONAL NOTARY public E. E. PASCOE, Notary Public. Convey ancing specialty. Acknowledgements taken. 110 North Center street. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. TltOS. J. PRESCOTT Corporation nd Commercial I .aw a ipeclalty. Rooms e-S-10 Cotton block. Phoenix, Arizona. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards. EDWARDS & MORTON. Lawyers. 19 S. Center St. Phoenix. Arts. J. W CREN SH A vV a ttorney at law. Of fice rooms 210 and 211 Fleming Building, Phoenix. Arizona. . ASSAYERJkND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING. Assayer and Metallurgist Cyanide concentration, mill and caiel ter teets. IS N. Second Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. OSTEOPATHY. Dr. D. L. Conner, Osteopathic Physician, Office & West Adams. Phone, office Red ItH; residence Red 83. CHIROPODY. PATNLE3S removal of corns or bunions prices SO cents ach. Prlvacv atusured. ny or. nigh'. Blue Front Imrber t-hop, 43 Wt WupjMueton Sireet, orposil- Pant Fe office. 1 elf phone. Ro-i Frank fchirley. SURVEYOR. F. B. Jacoba, C S. Deputy Surveyor. Sur vey of mining claims for patent a spec ialty. Room S, Nicholson block. Phoenix. MINING ENGINEER. H. K. tt'H E ELE RCoTTMining iind Conuu I li ntr Engineers. Chensistt und Aesayeri. Braly Building, Lob Angeles, Cai. DETECTIVE. nriHPVr.V HROH . mrrhtnu' Futrnl c-v. IP.I1U rnvi AKcutj, x . vp. iM Box 4M, Fboenlx, ArUoua. When people can't , complain of any thing else, thev get sour because there is no one to die and leave them mor.ey. Atchison Globe. . ' EEAUTY AND STRENGTH. Are desirable. You are strong and vigorous, when your blood is pure. Many nay. most women, fail to properly digest their food, and so be come pale, sallow, thin and weak, while the brightness, freshness and beauty of the skin and complexion, de part. Remedy this unpleasant evil, by eating nourishing food, and taking a small dose of Herbine after each meal, to digest what y6u have eaten. 50c at Elvey & Hulett's, We suppose that hi heaven, wnen Ttl tle boys are given .nickels, . they .say thank you without being told. Atchi son G!ob?. o ' BEST COUGH MEDICINE- FOR CHILDREN. When you buy a cough medicine for small children you want one In which you can place implicit confidence. You want one that : not only . re lieves but cures. You want one that 13 unquestionably harm less. You 'want one that is pleasant to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all these conditions. . There is nothing so good ' for the coughs ami colds incident to childhood. It is also a certain' preventive and cure for croup, and there is r.o danger what-' ever from whooping cough when it is given. It has been used in many epi demics of that disease with perfect success. For sale by all druggists. When an old maidrs sister has a baby boy, the ancient maiden frequ?ntly says: "His mother" can't do a thing with him when I am arcund." Atchi son Globe. ' ..:: . 1 Ta y I o rsMarg amsl Two Cood Buys - One of ten acre3 has five-room frame house; water right in Arizona: land1 highly improved; part ' alfalfa, also oranges, almonds, peaches . an-1 other fruits. Price $2,000 1-4 rash One of forty acres with thirty acrs good stand alfalfa; water right in Ari zona; four-room frame house; situated onlyr four miles : from postoffice. On reasonable terms. Only $100 per acre. Taylor a Sons, 13 North Center Street Real Estate and Investments. a m .