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THE ARIZONA ItErUBLlCAiV; SATURDAY MORXINO, MAY 7, 1904
SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE-FranKW.Ctiffen . Pomeroy Bro,.-MESA 25i BUY THE BEST New 4 McCormick Mowers. Big 4 McCorniiek Mowers. Right hand McCormick Binders. 10 foot McCormick Rakes. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE Tempe Hardware & Supply Go., TEMPS, ARIZONA. TEMPE FENCED A FUELIC ROAD. in ve was a case in Justiea Nit Don's a vesu-rduy afternoon of an m.u.ual T i.al uiv. r-iaie unie ifn.iliere ta a rou: t..t l VI. up several liwits east 01 ftmp . lli tli:'i tun e one of the panie-f s.lt ; ;o me county a part of ti.e land, re iced trie uaj. isteiily a warianc s served uu ice larij, v. ho appealed ti-.- inrticv- Mini ana was g.vn t.n s i:: .'!i:-'fi to lemove the ,iei:cc . til FIRST CROP UP. Rich i:ros., of section 14. finished put t..i;, i:i liiti. I'Mt crop hay Ua-y beio.o may. In ir.ey stacked UJ a-.ts n an .ivirac-i t went f. l.tcle over a toii to tno aero, which, cons.deiir.g il:o amount of w'.iter this spring, may lj iai:."i w ry pood. A CHANGE !N MANAGERS. .t a meeting of the Tempa Cream ry 1 :uii Condensed Milk plant a few uayj miu' the resignation of F. A. Hough, wiu I J.ai- ln president of tlie compaiiy sn e is craniiu.ion. was accepud. f!owa d j V uid--. v. ho lias been connected wKh ir.e ! r,ir .:ry lor tome months past. wis i-ud to t.li the vacancy. ir. Honsh. I'WVK, do- rt not sever h'.a conneclio.i v. :fi the company. RURAL SCHOOL FICNIC. Vrs;riiiay the teachers and pupils of tbe Iti.ra! sohoM celebr'tel the terniinat cn ! rlieir sehoc! year by a. prani pi; ni : , I'orth ff the liver. They went on a hay-: nn that is. taoft of them dii. There were mimerou-i ontri "er.3, however, wi.o wer:t before rud behind to nai row the el.r.r.res of acek"er... I CATTLE FR0P-1 THE RANGE. ' Tli'irsi'ay Lon Harmon brought down 1 ':v)Tn his ranpo on the Aua about fiftv i ra'-: of cattle incstly cows. Thoy wet'e TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. SUMMER LAP ROBES Neckwear, Suspenders, Fans, Dress Suit Cases and Grips are new arrivals at TtIC LV YORK STORE, Tempe. We are row paying 20c for eggs. DON'T FORGET IT We are the ones that set the price for your cfrss, IT '-a cents per dozen. And also on yotir sioceriea. GOODWIN BROS. Terrpe, Arix. "ATTENTION!" We are on duty day and nleht at Harmer's Prescription Drug Store, TEKPE. to fill ynur prescription just as your doctor write them. EAL ESTATE. Iesidences A. 3. TOMLtNSOiNi ,Tempc, Ariz. FOR SALE A bargain; 100 acres within the Tempo canal; all in alfalfa and cross fon -ed: good building., .iose to town; also 110 acres of land with water. In alfalfa; eight-room brick house for sale cheap; well located in Tempe. Fine driving team for sale. $1,000.00 to loan on good security. One trashing outfit complete for sale cheap. Apply to ADREW NEILSEN, MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. Pomeroy Bros. Co,, (inc.) MESA, AHIZ0NA. Improved and unimproved city lots, canteloupe lands:, rain and alfalfa ranches. Several good business open ings FOR SALE. Conduct a general Real Es tate business. MESA HOTEL No eick taken. The comforts of visi tors made a specialty. Feed and livery m connectloa. Free bus to hotel. MESA, ARIZONA. in pretty poor shape ar.d it was a ques tion of leaving them to dio or biing:n thi-m to the valley, fie pays, though, that there have in-en a few light shov.eis i.i that neighborhood within the last few clays. LEARNING NEW THINGS. Ccrr.pony C. X. G. A., ii forumst? in having for one of its crhcers a man wlu lias had p. rreat deal of military expr. once. Sear ?i:- a drill nlh pastes that the company is not in some way or o.her benonted ly this. Last drill night ine. ri of the company were taken to the vacrnt ?ot east of the armoi v an I v.-re '.n-.triKted ir the art of takli'g ad vantage of c-O'O" where there is none. Tr. such case thev hav to dig- a t-roiiU pit. b.-nkinr: the dirt up in front of them to a height of fouiKen in' lies and a wid h of right Inches. The compare was pp.c?d in skirmish formation ind the command to ST t vnder cover va: given. It wai the fir-t time the memVr- of the com pany bad ever trie'! it. tut thev md' roc'1 us-: of their ba'-o-.ets and in an it -credibly shcrt space of" lime had wcrk rompleted. It was then lispec ed I'v the officers prd the work ft Pe t Ooodrlch's squad was pronounce 1 th best. CHURCH NOTICE 3. Methor'ist LI isccv.-l. P.ev. J. C. K:l:ins. 1. 1'., pastor: Sunday school at 1) o tlook; n-ornlni? worship at 11 a. m.. sermon by the pastor, "lion's Inditi erence to r.x er iuiIb;" evenini', "The Gooi Ne'?h':or." A coriija! inviuucn to a:l serite3 is ex tended to the public. .'or.rr a'ional Sunday schcl at 1 a r.i.; prrnchinr bv the paster at :i a. r. , fuo.'ett. "Will Ye Al3a '5o Awav?" J n irr Endeavor at !:V) p. m.: Chii ti.in En-de-svor society at 7 p. m.: preaching at S, sill .iet, "Gideon: the S-rat's-m an I -be v ! tor:-." A 2i rd ie I :nvitat'on is fc.itrnd cd to :!!. L. 1-rew. yas'or. l!aitist oiiurch. J. C. Charin, ra t'r: all rerviccs at the usur.l r.our. Strar.g:r. Ci:rdin'ly inv'teii. K Church S?ouih S.nv.by fchnl rt V) a. m. : preaching nt 11 a m.. "Tlio Bread of "Life:" Jcnior Li-a;me at 3 n. m : Senior l.oa?ui at 7 p. ni. : tr.arhin a 8 rn. It. H. Field.-!, pastor. PERSONAL MENTION. H. V.. Rlfcn'or'l "nl v:f", of f'.icenx, are visi'lntr 1'nral ("arri'-r H. H. r2r'fen. Miss 1 oi-: Lokwcod. a 'c'cher rf thj Glonda" school the pa t tr rm. is th "itcot of Miss Hidie Stauffer at the Girls" hs" Attorney Goodwin tra a visitor at Phoe t.?v -,Ft.irda . .7iH?-re T-avton. cf rhcer.ix, vat in Te-n-pe -esterday. rrrnnm i-'ike nnd w'f drove ever f otn T--r- fj'r'i'lav aft-rnn-n. fVn ?tsirIaf'- trfnsa.ved I-'s'im: li tt) c.ipital o ty vcs'prfla'-. C. M '"ttrr. of I iiir ti'x. was a visit t ?t "he "Vorma1 "est -rdny. and Mrs. "Do- J. Frank n!:u:' drove to Phcerix yeFtrdi-y. o MESA Foilowir.g is the reper; of t":e Mtsa 1 fgh j rehccjl Tor the year erclinr Arril zi. n i. The report, co'isidr r r.rr the diffioi Tie the school passed through is a cii-d tab ore. Whoopir.L'ootigh, nvrrp and oth r diseases ra; a larr-e imm':r cf nupl's disa'led r.nd ?t r n tiro0 five cf th? teachers were eff duty by reason of sick ness, but the ! choel was cl sef for on'y one week. The lone ro'l of Ivnor at lests lo h.- earnestness of pupils, par ents an'1 teachers in main'ajr.ir.tr the -oo't record of the schcol ar.ci it ref ec.s credit upon a!!. Teacher of primary gra-le. A-.tn?s V. L&per: soconi primary. Kllabc h W n par; second grade. Stella Rors: thi d t iade. I.uoy Schwartz- lourth cra-le. Mal vina Walla-e; fifth r-ra ie. Srrtta S r r'ne; sixth grai'e. AMI" MoKersde: ie -enth prsdi'. Frances ThfraST: e ght:l rradc. Fmma Wilcox; Mgii"s ho.l, Re becca Scudc'cr. P. OF HOXOP VNitnary. Mr. L o er. 'eafh r-Ini Thompson. Xeliie fira-s, Thyr e Els worth. Ttelhfri Saprly. Andrew K", Myrtle S'ap'ev. Hesrie Fu ler. Rcy liors ley. Zirn Guthrie. -Gal1 lews. Herond grade, Miu Win'.'ar. teaeber Harold Lc.ngmc.re. Thtr. si Fulton, Ha zel F.ichins, .tes-je Ko- er s;i. WHi Parsey, Wilford Phe'p. He. ri ttl Porr eroy. Hester liuse, Ger.ru' e fcir. ir.e. At" a Showman. Third grade (B). Mis Tofs. teaeh r Karl MaoHcnrld, Fr;nk I'm' ro;-. Loa Pnnii rnv. Amy Bnmdaiio, Willie Horsley, George Keir. Orsn Brass. Denier Jom on, Cpr1 Blair. Robert Al'ison, Lynn Pnmor-iy, Maud Prundaqc, I'.lanche Mum ford. Gertrude Uarnftt, Rachel Brim hall. Corc'ina Brass. ?tar,l y Jorn-o: Jennie Bioomc r. Marcuer't" Ciller. Third grade (A). Miss Shv.a:tz. t'a.h er Nori Morn, Glnn Starpy, H't'e Iturton, f lara T'ancer. .Tcsa,e Br mhp.'l. arold Allen. Louise Chandler. Roilio Pomeroy, Violet. Ellsworth, Walter Long more. J."'i-i.T cJarcla. Ralph Flul"!. Anne L'tn'i. Willi Amos Zi-fo'ia HarTO-1. Fifth irrade. Mi-3 Ptrrino, teacher Myr tle Briz7eo. Jersio ,lnr."5, Mrp o Ke-r. M!rcuerlte MaoDorald. 'ca Piehins Joe feirr. Gertrude Pom'-rcy, Haskell Pern-cro"-. Phi! Peterson. S'.vth 3-r.ide. Miss. MeKc-i-io. teaobor J.mivn-i Eilswrth. S':sab'l"o Ou'll"!''. Tor yrnrs tiiis Tcracdy has ben the standard !itrs-e restorative. Tliouyands of h..pP7 rien owe their ncwl found ttrMi!;ih lo Hs use. Kcxiae Piils re;'acc weakness and eThatistion with siret'stli and vigor; t'le bra::: becomes clear; the ccrves steady n:tu cal:n: i.loir.y forirbodinga sr; isiii;;!-.cd and porfeel vitality Is ful ly restored. ,11 you ore s-iTfriiig r.s rbore, try box; you'il be encouraged by its efTect to take the ft'.'.l course six bexes then if you ar? not entirely cured, we will lefund your nioney. This satis factory offer is one of the factors of! our "access. SI. 00 nrr lox ; fi boxes (with guaran tee to cure cr money back ), S"00, mailed in plain partages. ISook free. Peal ITisDiciNE Co.. Cleveland. Ohio. FOR SALE BY ELVEY . HULETT, THE LIVC 9RUG. CISTS. . 0 N. Prrw. Ethl Sirrir.e. Elme; BrunCap?, Arthur White, Afton Clarn. Ijona Cole, Wesley Millet, Howard I'e'.erson. Heber Harmon,- Ronald Kl uworth, B am ho MacDonnld, John Mu'l n, Gcrtrudj Hob son, E'lth M'lllin. - Seventh prade, Mrs. Thompson, teacher .Myrtle Wallace, Gertruc'e Ric-iin, Grace Ropers, Hazel Mumford, Rmh Lee brlck. Robert Allison. Eunice Brundaff, Marin Pomerov, Amy Fhlns. Eighth grade. Mrs. Wilcox, tefclier--Florenoc Blakelv, Ual Gleason, Ru'orl Kerr. Goortre MecOonald, Maude Si ri. e, Nellie Trent, )!esste Wi l ants. VEDDING. Zebulon Peace and Miss Raehrl I ee bri k were nnitet" in maTlate 5I)V I at the home of Dr. W. T. Plrir. The wert dinc was a very qnipt one, only the mem bers of the ,'amily being: pre-enT. itoth the bride and groom are well known Mesa yonnjr people and have sen-p- of friends who wish them a long and happy lif?. HAND INJURED. Hr-rlev Telford came in from th Pn 1 mountains yesterday vith a er'P'iel hrind. wh'h Pr. Drane dressed, nnd whic'i will lay Harlcy up for alxiut thirty days. PICNIC. Miss Apce Curnow. with ber cl.-ss frrm tly Rur;l school so"th of Tenpe d-ov to the rivr sovh of jrsj w it!i basic. t of lunch for a day's picnic. PERSONALS. J. C Henley was a visitor In Mesa ye.--terra v. Colonel Round'rre. who bus boon seend Iner n courle cf weel's in Pho n'x. re-1 turnrd to Mesa '-'ste'-dav and is fha'xinct hpf-dh w ith o! ' f'-lr-ip. Mrs. Sfiup nnd Hae! Heitin or i - , itlsr in Phorix. ) Superinterder f Alexander. of Sacat n, ili-e over to Tesa y-s'erday. Mr. ffleers E-a Thy"r' asert f r th' Fairb-j nks-rr'se srsoPne pnp-(na was a ousiiicss visitor to .Mrs?, yes.ercay. SPRING AILMENTS. There is an aching find tired feeling: the liver, bowels and kidneys become Flug-gish and inactive, the dipretion im paired, with little or no appetite, no ambition for anything, and a feeling that the whole body and mind need3 fonin? up. The trouble is, that dirinr winter, there has been an accumulation ' of waste matter in the system. Iler Line will retroie it, secure to the secre tions n io:ht exit, and by its tonic ef fect, fully restores the wasted tissues and st'vp strength in place of weak ness. 50c at Elvey & - Ilulctt. "Ah senator, have you been enjoying good health l.-.tcly?" "Vo'Tll have to see my secretary. lie attends to all the interviewing." WOrjLD WIDE REPUTATION. White's Crean Vermifuge has achieved a world wide reputation as being the host of all worm destroyers. I and for its tonic influence on weak and ! unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the acidity or ro-irness of the stomach, im prove" their digestion, and assimilation of food. Ftrengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health, vigor and elasticity of spirits , natural to childhood. 25e at Elvey & Hulett. "Mre. Huggins "John, you wrri talk ing in your sleep last right. You kep. saying: 'S?t 'em u: a-gain." I hep? you hadn't been drinking." Mr. Put gins "No, my dear: I was p!aj ing ten pi::?."' Philadelphia r.oooi d. c- CURED HIS MOTHER OF RHEUMA TISM. "My mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism." says W. H. Howard, of Husband, Pa. "At ! times she was unable to move at alt while at ell times walking was painful. 1 presented her with a bottle of Caam- ! berla-'n's Puin Balm and after a few j applications she decided it was the most wonderful pain reliever she had over tried, in fact, she is never with- ! out it now and is at all times able to ' wall;.. An occasional application of Tain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formeilv troubled with." For tale by all druggists. 1 THE 0LDSST WOMAN Mrs. Harriet Srcwn of Phoenix Is One Hundred and Seven. The oldest woman i.i Phoenix, the oldest in the territcry and perhaps one of the olltst in the world is Harriet Brown, who lives with the family of Samuel Steele at 10C1 Montezuma ave nue. Mrs. Brown is supposed to be 107 years old and those figures aie bet ter authenticated than the cgts or most reputed very old peopie. She is a pensioner of the civil war and her papers are made cut by Jas. Gray, deputy sheriff. Ytstetday he asked her age fcr hot ,vith7tndi.-.g her spi ightlin?ss she has the appejrance of having belonged several generation.; back In the history of tne wo: Id. She said that until a few years ago she had no idea how old she was. Shc fcecame cuiious about her age and wrote to her sister still living in Ken tucky near where she her self was born to find out if she could from persons who had lived In the neighberhood since before the war. While many remem bered her no one had an idea of her age. It was known though that sh? had been a slave and that she had had several masters. Accordingly a search was made of the records -at Lexington ar.d it wan found that she had b:en sold the lust time by a man by the name cf Morris Brown. T'.ie bill of sale wrs given in 1S53 and in it sho was , described as being fifty-six year3 of age. She was born near Lexington ar.d ac cording to the bill of sttlc she was born i six years after the admission of Ken- j tucky to the union, one year before the j reorganization of the state constitution i and the removal of the capital from I Lexington to Frankfort and oniy 21 years after Daniel Bocne founded ; Harrodsburg. Phe remembers Henry j Clay vcty distinctly but she was no! Fining chicken when the great orator was in his prime. She knows very lit tle of other famous Kentuckians of her girlhood and womanhood for until af ter the war she had never been a doz en miles from the place of her birth. She remembers very well the cir cumstances of her last sale. Hfr own er Brown was a distiller who failed in business and when his affairs were wound up she was all he had left. He had no further use for her and could r.ot take care of her. She remained with her last owner until the war was well along. After the war she married a .colored soldier and it was through him that she derived her pension. She and her hus band went to Kansas in the early days cf that cummonwcaUh, but belvre it ien in Need of , 'jiii wrtzxjxtirnimMtiM'jejr' Cash ....Call on FRIEDMAN THE PAWNBROKER. Who can relieve you wlien in distress. He loins nioney on Watches, Diamonds and valuables. Bargains in unredeemed pled ges, such as saddles, guns and bicycles. No. 35 North Center street. ARIZONA LOAN OFFICE. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. PROPOSALS FOR BRICK OFFICE AND HOSPITAL BUILDIJMGS. De partment of the Interior, Office of In dian Affairs. Washington. P. C, April 13. 10M. SEALED PROPOSALS, en dorsed 'PROPOSALS KOU Bl'ILD IXCJS. Truxton Car.on. Arizona," and addressed to the Commissioner of In dian Affairs, "Washington D. C, will b.i received at the Indian Office until 2 o'clock p. m.. May IS, 1P04. for furnish ing nnd delivering necessary mateiials and labor required to construct and complete a brick hospital '.vith plumb ing, st?am heat and acetylene gas pip and a brick office with plumbing and aeetleiie gas piping at the Truxton Car.on School, . Arizona in stli.t accordance v.itb plans and specifications and instructions to bidders, which may te examined at this Office, the offices of the "Duikler & Contractor." Los Angeles, Cal.; '"Ari zona Republican," Fhoenix. Arizona: "Chronicle," i?"un Frencisco, Cal.; P.uilders' and Traders' Exchanges at Omaha, Xeb. ; Milwaukee. Wis.; and St. Paifl, Minn.: North Western Manu facturers' Association, St. Paid, Minn. the IT S. Indian Ware houses at fi02 South Seventh St.. St. Lo'.iis, Mo.; S17 Howard St., Omaha, Neb.; 2Cr Tottth Canal St., Chicago. III., and 119 "Wooster St.. Nev Yoi k City, and at the school. For further information apply to J. S. Perkins, Su perintendent, Truxton, Arizona. A. C. Tonner. Acting Commissioner. Office Constructing Quartermaster, "Whipple Barracks. Preseott, Arizona, Tebruary 9, 1904. Sealed proposal subject to the usual conditions will be received here until 3 p. m., March 13, 1004, and then opened, for furnishing the labor and material for the con struction, plumbing, gaspiplng, 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.f Ft. Leavenworth Kansas. Envelopes containing pro posals should be endorsed "Proposal.' for Hospital at Whipple Barracks, Ar izona" nd uddressed to CHAS. C WALCUTT. Jr., Constructing Q .M. was a e o;r.r.-.o:i wealth. She raised twelye children. She cun.e to Phoenix several yejis ego but soon after went back tj Kan sas. She did not remain there long but rctu'r.cd lo Phoenix. Her health has always been good. She is r.o-.v in pos resrion cf her faculties, no signs of ex treme old age but numberless wrinkl s and thoy are r.ot necersariiy signs of feni'.ity. "Havintr taken yonr wonderful "Oasriiret" for threq moiitliH hii.1 b-iiir entirely -nre.i of nt. lunch tatitrrh nnd tU-Kitepsiu. f think a wnrif of i raise ia due to"t aearets"f or their wonderful coinHKitinn. I have tAken numerous other ito-ealle'l remediea but without avail anil I lln.l that ar-aietH relievo more in a lay than all the others 1 have taken would i n a vear." James .Vciiune, 103 Mercer St., Jersey City, N. J. Pleasant. Palntabl. Potent. Taste Good. Do flood. Never Sicken, Weaken or Uripe, lllc. 25c, 50c. Never sold, in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped C U 0. liuaxantced to cure or your nioney back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 592 flSXUAL SALE, TEH MILLION BOXES. 1 ft Finely illustrated, showing Dr. McLaughlin's method, of Elec tricity for curing pains and ner vous diseases. If you suffer from Rheumatism, Kidney Trouble, Varicocele or any weakness you need this book, for it is your guide to recovery. Costs you nothing if you send this ad. Varicocele and Backache. Box S4C, Blsbee, A. T. ' Dear Sir: Your Electric Belt treatment has already very much relieved the pain in my back and the varicose veins. I believe your Eelt to be a sure remedy. Yours truly, M. O. ROLLINS, N DR. M. C. McLAUGHLFN, 129 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. te Free Book, POPITT.AP ..WANTS. All Advertisements Running for Less Time Than 0n Month For Sale FOU PALTJ or exchange two horFe covered Fpring wagon for one horse spring wagon. Address box Zli, Phoenix, Ariz. FOR SALE Stout, well made buck board built for mountain use. 1441 E. Washington St. FOR SALE Fruit press .fruit brusher, melon and fruit crates, and boxe3, stop ladders, Baker-Vawter ledgers, Remington typewriter. Lysander Cassidy, Assignee Phoenix Produce company, IS South Center St. FOR .SALE 7 milch cows and one-half interest in a bull. Fred Facknitz, 14 miles southeast of Maricopa depot. I'"OK SALE Cr.eup, one share of stock in Iron Springs Outing club. Ad dress Anna E. Seitz. Greenville, O. KGR SALIC Camp wagons, open bug gies and phaeton. Star corral. Sec ond ar e.. aid Madison St. FOR SALE Set of Fingle harness, $5. 1633 W. Washington st. FORSALETw o second-hand type- writors in good condition. L. V. f'orgini", 200 W. Washington st. FOR SALE Team, double harness, rubber iired runabout with shafts and po!e: $?G0.()0. 'PAone Black SOL, or call at 107S W- Adams St. AUCTION' Saturday, 2 p. m., vacant lot N. First ave., two fresh milch cows, one with young calf; three horses. Iio-.:s?hoId goods, bicycle, gun, refrigerator, carpenter tools and chc-st. Bring anything yoa w ish soid. Hammond auctioneer. FOIl SALFleTiT,- TtoTe"and three ciuarter mattress. Used four months; no disease. Mr. Patrick's place. Mrs. Mary A. Robinson. FOR SALE Large work horse, gentles and sound, or will trade for good driving animal. Wood-O'Xeill Real Estate Co. PROPERTY IX IOWA. MISSOURI or Indiana to trade for property in Phoenix. Brick residence pnef erred. R. H. Irwin. 6 Nicholson block. FOR, KALE OR RENT dl1'- acres one-half mile east of asylum on Tempe road; four-room house plenty of water in Salt. Address Frank Hutson. Sherman, Cai. FOR SALE 100 head of cattle, long yearlings, steers and a few heifers. Address V. E. .Allison, 2V2 miles southeast of Mesa. Arizona. FOR SALE Small completely furnish ed hotel at Walker, Ariz., within four hundred feet of Lynx creek, end of Grand Poland tunnel, and about fame distance from Great. Mud Hole mine: Liberal terms to tight party. Address T. M. Earnhart, Kirkland, Arizona. FOR SALE Fresh milk cows. J. O. McXulty. FO R SALE Distilled water. Ligtu ning Delivery. FOR SALE SO aeres, 3 miles north -west of Thoenlx. Water right in Grand canal. All fenced and cross fenced. 70 acres in good alfalfa. Good house and well and plenty of shade. On a rural free delivery route. Price $70 per acre. Address L. J. H.. this office. For Rent FOR RENT Well furnished house, six room and two screen rooms at 133 E. Van Buren st. Call at Stieneg gei 's Brill addition. FOR RENT For light housekeeping. Suite of rooms with bath. Call Mrs. F. Forbes. The Shakespeare. FOR RENT Two small furnished cot lazes. 4S South Center st. FOR RENT Good four-room house, with use of horse and buggy. Bar gain to right parties. Enquire Elgin Dairy, or.e-half mile east of Indian school. FOR R EN T Fu r j i is hed and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices: also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. AV. K. James, 37 North Center street. PASTURE Ten acres of good pasture; must be taken at ence. Address box CC3 or apply at Lee's ranch 4V-: miles east on McDowell road. HeJoJWantejd VASHw6mAN WANTED For family of three: good pay to right party. Call ?!S N. Ninth ave. WANTED Girl to help with hotise vork. Call 1604 E. Washington st. WANTED At once a good family cook. Apply J. C. Wasson, 1018 N. Center st. 'Phone 1GS. "WANTED Slc-nogiapher with some knowledge of bookkeeping. None but first-class need apply. Address "K," this oflice. WANTED. Woman to iron starch work at once. Arizona Laundry, Corner Third and Adams. TlTlTlTdSART Flumbing Co., wants a tinner. WANTED Experienced cashier. Ap ply at once at the New York Store. WANTED A man to do light work and c hores. . Sehorgl's ranch. WANTED A porter barber shop. it Commercial WANTED Younc man or young lady w no unuei -siancis ty pc-w 1 unit; uuu ollice work. Stenography not re quired. Address "G" this office, with age and Cjualification. WANTED A waitress, glish Kitchen. At the En- Furnished Booms C H oi CERf 76 M SaTsTIuI sT n ea r fair grounds, car lines and cafes. Rooms for two at $10 nnd $12 per week. Engage early. Mrs. J. M. Chlseel, 5929 Julian ave., St. Louis, Mo. THE ALAMO second door east of post office bldg., newly furnished rooms; cool and clean; summer rates; no accommodation for consumptives. BOARD at Grant's ranch; first class; first house - east of Indian school. Rooms or tents; four blocks from street ears. Address R. F. D. L Agents Wanted a-Sents- cheapest and most perfect Water Filter ever Invented. Retails at $2.00. Big profits. Exclusive territory. SENECA FILTER CO.. Seneca. Mo. Lost and Pound LOST Pair of glasses on First ave. Reward. E. C. Snap, 1006 S. First a ve. FOUND One chestnut sorrel geld'ng, brand "F. C." left shoulder, "H." left hin! buckskin enlt black mane and tail. Owner can have same by pay- J ing for this notice and charges for their keep. Liebenow's ranch 0:1 Tempe road. STRAYEDChestnut sorrel mare: 9 years old: white star in forehead: weight 1050: from my ranch three miles north of Six Points, on Black Canyon road. E. Pennington. Re ward. , .. Situations Wanted YOUW MAX with good character and education wishes a position at any thing. Address D. Stewart Smith, care Mrs. Richmond, G56 W. Adams. WANTED Sewing in families by the day. Will go out. Mrs. Merkle, 1211 West Jackson r.treet. WANTED Situation by first-class cook and second for camp or restaur ant; seven years' experience with Harvey system. Address R. A. W., care Republican office. Board and 2ooms WANTED Ones or two boarder3 for the summer at a cool and shady sub urban plate 1 '4 miles south of city; can have use of horse and buggy. Ad dress F. E., Republican office. BOARD IX THE country with private family: abundant shade; food and cooking of the very best. Three n.iles ea.' t of the Indian school. In c;uire at Cooper & Black's grocery. Mrs. W. K. Springer. BOARD AND ROOM $23 per month. :i2S0 Second ave. CASA LOMA A first crass, modem, medium price, family hotel at Temp. Arizona. Write for rates. Miscellaneous Wants VANTEIoo"wall teTuefor cash. Inquire 10 S. Center st. WaN'J ED Use of a good gentle driv in.T horre for his keep: good pasture, light' wor'iT. Address box 771. city. WANTED To buy a few valley year lings; also one work horse. M. A. St.' nfo:d. Phoenix. WANTED Bymanand "wife- to tak'j care of houre, Hose in; exchange for rent: no sickness. Address A. L.W., box f.l. citv. WANTED To borrow 2,7Q for three years on gilt edged security; business building on "Washington street. Ad d:ess p. O. box 454, Phoenix. WANTED The care of a" residence during the summer by man and wlfs. No sickness. Address E. H., this of fice. WANTED A furnished house to take care of during the summer while the owners are away. Address "W." 303 West Madison st. V ANTED By 111511 and. wife to iak charge of a house In exchange for rent. No sickness, 110 children. Ad dress Mr. P. C. Seaton, 513 W. Adams street. A GOOD SNAP for the right party to open a restaurant and dining room in connection with hotel: good trade jear round. Apply "Mc," Republi can oifice. WANTED A house or .home to take care of during summer for the rent, while the owners are gone, by several reliable young men; strictly temper ate and pyi manently employed in the city. The best of care guaranteed. References furnished. Address S. & P.. care Republican office. IS YOU R W E LLO RP U M P out of or der? We clean and dig wells on short notice. Pumps repaired. All work guaranteed. Phoenix Well Co., 13 N. Center St.. or 'Phone Red S92. WE WANT all the second-hand goods we can get. Highest prices paid. We exchange trunks or other goods for any goods you have. Spears & War taiva, 32 and 34 W. Washington st. CLOTHING" or-delicacies forthe poor and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance , "Union, corner of Monroe and Central eve. They will be carefully distrib uted. Those In need please call.'--"'' MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced cart reader, tells past, present and future. Ladles, 25c; gentlemen, 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corner of Third street WANTED Clean cotton rags for cleaning machinery. Republican of fice. WANTED To buy your furniture and household goods. Highest cash prices paid. Dorrls-Heyman Furni ture company. In order to get the best of an argu ment all you have to do it to state your side then walk away. Chicago News. WHOOPING COUCH. "In the spring of 1901 my children had whooping cough." says Mrs. D. W. Onpps. of Capps, Ala. "I used Cham berlain's Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results. I think this is the best remedy I have ever seen for whooping cough." This remedy keeps the cough loose, lessens the severity and frequency of the coughing spells and counteracts any tendency toward jjjieunionia. J-'vr sale by all druggists. Hast Be Paid In Advance. When a young man finally gets mar ried the girls who also ran are unani mous in condemning hhj choice. Chi cago News. SPLIT, BRITTLE, DULL HAIR. All Come From Dandruff, Which Is Caused by a Germ. Split hair, hard hair, lustc-rless hair, brittle hair, falling hair, all owe thtir origin to dandruff, which Is caused by a measly little microbe that burrows Inlo the scalp, throwing up the cuticle into dandruff scales and sapping th? vitality of the hair at the root, causing the several diseased conditions of the hair till it finally falls out. Modern science has disvo voted . a remedy to destroy the dandruff microbe, which is combined in Nowbro's Herpicide. th-j delightful hair dressing. Allays Itchlnx Instantly and makes hair soft as silk. Take no substitute; nothing "just as good." Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c in stamps for sample to Th Herpicide Co., Detroit. Mich.. Wakelins pharmacy special agent. CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL. Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Patterson, La., writes June 8th. 1901: ' I had malaria, fever In very bad form, was under treatment by doctors, but as soon as I stopped taking their medicine the fever would return. I used a sample bottlo of I let bine, found it helped me. Then hought two bottles, which completely cured me. I feel grateful lo you for furnishing such a splendid medicine, and can honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria, a3 it will sure ly cure them." Heroine, fOe bottle at Elvey & Hulett. ' They say where ignorance is bliss, 'Tis folly to be wis?; So when a maiden gets a kl-s She always shuts her eyes. Philadelphia Rtc.rd. o FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON FARMS. Dr. Bergin, Pana. Ills., writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow Liniment: always recommended It to my friends, as I am confident there is no better made. It is a dandy for burns." Those who live on farms are especially liable to many accidental cuts, burns and bruises, vhich heal rapidly when Bal lard's Snow Liniment is applied. It should always be kept in the house for cases of emergency. 25c. 50c ar.d S1.00 at Elvey & Hulett. The children are given such outland ish names that It i3 necessary in speak ing cf one to add if the child Is a .boy or a girl. Now for instance: Is Jarser.e Appleton a girl or a boy? Atchison Globe. Mr. Joseph Pomlnville, of Stillwater, Minn., after having spent over $2,000 with the best doctors . for stomach trouble, without relief, was advised by his druggist. Mr. Alex. Richard, to try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a well .man today. If troubled w ith in digestion, bad taste in the mouth, lack of appetite or constipation, give these Tablets a trial, and you are certain to be more than pleased with the result. For sale at 23 cents per box by all druggists. Tco many eye openers Impair vision. Philadelphia Record. the When you want a pleasant physic try -Chamberlain's Stomach and Livr Tablets. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. For sale by nil druggistsj . - ?' PBQPB3SIONAU NOTARY PUBLIC. E. K. PASCO E, Notary Public. Conv -aneing a specialty. Acknowl ?d3crr.e "ts taken. 110 North Centc- street. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. THOR. J. PRLSCOTT-C.irporatio-t ard Commercial I -aw a speeiil.v. Rooms f.-8-ln Cotton llock, Fho;r.lx, Arizona. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards. EDWARDS ft MORTON, Lawyers, 19 S. Center St. Phoenix. Ariz. J. W. CRENSHAW, ntt rnev at liw. O' fioe rooms 21i and "11 I'lemins bid d n -, Phoenix, Arizona. ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING, Assaver and Metallurg s' Cvanide, concentration, mill and siro1 ter tests, is S. Second Ave., l'lio n x, Arizona. JJEPnTHY. DR. D. L. CONNER. Oatcopathio Phvfi elan. Office ? West Adums Phone, ofiice Red 1494; residence Hed S3. CmjROPODV PAINLESS removal of corns or bunions; nrieos 50 cen's each. Privacy assured. Day or ripht. Blue Front Barber Shop. 4"! West Washinstcn St.. opposite Kant Vm o ffice. Telephone Red .if 2.Fra n k Sh j r 1 e y . DETECTIVE. rVf)HENEY BROS., Mercians' Patrol and Private l-etectie Asen cy. P. O. Box 454. Phoenix. Ariz. Taylors' Bargains, 160 Acres under Salt .Canal for City Lots or House. ' TAYLOR & SONS Loans and Investments. 13 North Center Street. Every Woman la intprfils-ti nti.l fit) mi Id ktww MARVEL Whirling Spay V I Tile new VaalMl tyre. j mr- rionan' owii'-o. nesi el .Most conTenient. It CM A.fc roar druzict for I Jf he eannpt supply the n iKVKl., accept no nthMr Hi.l oenri ittatnn for Illustrated iKK.k-"-i. iiKiies nnifiilari nnd fttreetif.nn 1n- Talualile lo ladies 1H KVX CO., 4 l'ar Iiii a or.