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TIIE ARIZONA KEFUBLICAN4 SUNDAY MOKNOO, JUJNE 12, 1904
SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE-FranK W. GriSen - Pomeroy Bros. MESA Hog anil stock fence, electric welded stays no twisted wires to slip, solid as a board fence. the newest , fence invention of the age. , Send for booklet that tells you all about "The Weld That Held" mum njc Tempe Hardware & Supply Co,, . TEMPE, ARIZONA. TEMPE ALUVNI RECEPTION. The annual alumni rei'Mion Friday right fittingly culminate 1 a week's ommericeim-nt exe.clsss that weiv res: ler.dent wiih ber.uty and entertai.i Iileiu. Early in th evening hundreds of lt'r:ric lights were placed in ail co'- ncrs. trees and verandis in and about the trills hall and the laige Uwns. Ti- bits for refreshments v. ere pet abou: t,n the north lawns. Puling the eveiv las the tlas-i cf !3" served the ro Iicshments. The reception committee had arrans id lor the best mufi',1 in the territory and it was certainly enjoyed. rht-y played contantiy until after midnight. I The dinifpg room had been prepaid fo.' . dancing r.n'd all that ould dinee at all J v.-e: enticed to the lloor by the music. There were present abut two hun dred cf the alumni and their gue.ns. As an informal affair it was a greai. Mic.-.ess am! ail present pronounced it about the ir.-ist enjoyable annual alum- j ii ii-rpt:on that the association ever held. There wore many of the old graduates ther'.' that hart b;ca absent, from Tempe for several years. The pi irn-'.i al t-vrnt of ".!.e evening was the admittance cf the class rf VMM into the rsfjclatlon. This er.-ivony was pr Joiined o:i (he front po-.-ich and lawn. President l'.irchett made the addre?s wKoii!ln the class of 130 1 into thf; I'FsiH-lallon. His rema:ks were strong :-.r-l huojilr,. I Mrnst '. Coibell. iTOlient f th--' , li.4s. respori'd in a sl'.oit and pie is-: irjc speech fur his class. TV.i class ad- TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. ... JUST RECEIVED... 1 wo la: so sliipw-cnf; of Shoes and a Mpir.cnt of Shirt? Some of the be'st f;H)d:' l-T.'iv ii tvi the irfde. iti"-iul bargains in l.adie ti imiv.e 1 hat-. to-. :-r:s, etc. THE NLW YORK CASH STORE General Merchandise Tempe. THE COOLEST PLACE In Tempe to jret x delicious ice cream Boda water is at A. M. KARMER'S DRUG STORE N. B. Our Soda water syrups are made of pure Fruit juices. EAL ESTATE. RANCHES ! Residences ' A. 0. TOMLWSONJempe, Ariz. 1 i i tl iiCKEN S A D HENSVANT ED Just received another shipment o' i.ew shos. 'Jhe prices are not out (l isrr-.t: .-inyiKidy can touch them; "5 per cent orr on shoes. Eggs 20c. GOODWIN BROS. Tmp, - Ariz. FOR SALE lt and house on Mill avenue for wle for $300. Two lots on Mill avenue $300.00. 1;0 acres with water in Tempe canal. Jood houjie. All in alfalfa; a bargain. Apply to ANDREW NEILSEN, Tempe. MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. Poiiieroy Bros. Co,, (inc.) MESA, ARIZONA. Improved ard unimprovfd city lots, ca'eloupe lands, rain and al dlfa ranches. Several good business open ings TOR SALE. Conduct a general Real Es tate business. MESA HOTEL No sick taken. The comforts of vll tor made a upeclalty. Teed and livery m coruueticm. Free bus to boteL MESA, ARIZONA. THE WELDBmf ! 4. ft '1 2AJ iff IW. lppaiii iritted were the following: Fannie G Armitagp, Winifred E. Allison, Debor ah Allen, Kebei i a Allen, Helen M. Ax tell, Enrest C. Cm bell. Gl are Culver. Lr.cy I'unr.r.ings. Alice A. Crier. Mab.-d I.. Golisworthy. Adelaide M. Kindred. Louise I:. Lynd, E. Jetha Mur.ds. Jen nie Munds. Lottie Mullen, Mary D. Milieu, Sallle Miller, - Delia Penn, Pansy Bobbins, Marian Thumbs, Ever ett Wilbur and Maude Wilsjn. J .THE NEW ALUMNI OFFICERS AT THE TEMPE NORMAL. At the business meeting of the alum ni association of the Tempe .lormal school of Aiizosa Friday, the follow ing officers were t-lectej fo; the ensu ing year: President, ("has. A. Stau'' fev: vice president. O. L. Standage: secretary, Alice t'umow: treasurer, Elizabeth Cosr.er; exeiutive bud. J. O. Mullen. Helen Stjv.art Wilcox a. id Stella Hoss. IN HONOR OF HIS VE DOING. There was a h'.fr bill and banU(l last evening, the former in I'uny lull and the latter in Kingsbury hall, l'.oth wera give.i by the frier.d of Jose Lopez in honor of his marrir.ge last evening to chonita itodrigues. a fair maid recently from Mtxic. The wed ding took pli-.ee at f. oVl.xk in the prprorne cf a n".nn.T of friend- an lelativrs of the br'de The newly married on the g:oom, ui.icl soulli cf Tl:i,ic. and gioom. cjtsplo will live a fc-w lLilc:-" OUT GOING PASSENGERS. There ivi-" a go i m iny people leav ing on last evening's train for the south. A number ef therti were nor mal students retu: r.ing home t'has. ar.d M'.i:.7 -ui nov It ft f,r California. HrFt going t. Santa M n'ci, after tak ing in the towns of interest in that vi ( inity they wiii go oi ;o S in Frar.cis so where they will s;.v -.i.i the summer. Miss Kindred, the tvc Mis Armitages end met her. Miss Al ison, rr.jther and sister anil Miss Clifford th?:r homer, in the s uthe ern imrt of the ten ito:y. returned :n ar.d e.: READY FOR WATER. j The people under the Tc-nipe canal 1 have not yet lost faith for they have I had a force of rixty odd Mexicans in j the different bra. lines of the -cr.nal for j the past few days. Beginning at the j head of the main canal they have leaned it and section one i f the south ern branch and section ore of tlib western. Monday they will bein oi the Hayden ditch. WHERE THEY WILL TEACH. Now that the normal i lass of 190t has graduated it might le intere-iiing to know hov. many cf them ::'d where they will I'-ach. The foil wirg have secured schools: Miss .Kindred, Pis bee: Miss GoldMi orthy, isbee: Miss Gricr. Phoenix: Miss Lvnd. G'.e:ida!e: Miss Allison. Globe: Mirs Fannie A:m itage. Penson: Mi: s It. Allen. Thatch (r: Miss t. Allen, M-?sa: Miss MilletU Alma; Ihe Miss;..- Munds. both at Camp Verde: Mis.i Ida Penn, near Phoenix: Miss Culver, near Phoenix; Mis Mill",-. Florence: Mis Cumniings. litween h.-re and I'hoei.ix: Miss Mui en. rural. The other membei s rf the ( lass are Mar in i Thomas. Ernest cr bell. Pansy Kobbins. Maude V.'ilson, Ih-vrett Wilbur. Delia Penn and Helen Axtell. Some of them do rot intend to teach this year, the others have not di finitely decided which o-e of sev eral r h ols they will accept. LEAVING FOR HOME. l evening on the Santa Fe In. in Sarah J. Mock and (laughter, Lillian, left for their home at Mrs. Miss Kansas City. Th'-y have rented their ranch at Mesa to J. Hoidreo they hav ing a large erop of cantaloupes pi in ted on it. FERSONAL MENTION. John R. Ncrton of Phoenix was a visit' r on the south side yesterday. Dr. E. W. Wilbur o.' Mesa was in town yesterday. Hon. I:. . Packard came up from Naco yesteuhiy morning. I. T. Sto'lth-id and party were on the vouth side yesterday taking a look at llie solar nvdor. C:i! Jlayd"n l!rt je-lcrday for San l-'i a ,-:i hi- . Me w il! lcn.ain I here until he leaves for f,t. Louis to be piesc::t ;.t the national c o ; vo'.i! ion. F LACES OF WORSHIP. M. E. Churih routh: Sunday : ho d at Pi o'clock: prca. hirs a! 11 c'elock: Sen it r League at 7 o'clock. R. II. Fields, pastor. Congregational church- S u n d a y school at In o'clock; pieiching by the pastor at 11 o'clock, subject. ' T.'l Christian;" Christian Endeavor society at 7 o'clock; union service at Ih" M. E. church at S o'clock. A cordial invit.'.- tion is extended to all. F. L. D ew, jvistor. BnpM.n church: The ch'ld' en's, ("ay exercises will take up the time cf th Sunday school and morning sermcn. A programme of songs, rvcltitions an I short addresses will bo tende el, cm mencing at 10 o'clock. Ycung p ope's meeting at 7 o'clock. T.nie will te ni nicrnt service at this church. The chinches will unite In ir Sunday n grit services for th? summer, commencing at the Baptist church tori'gh. Rev. F. L. Drew, of the Congrcgat'onal church, will preach. The Normal Magazine, the annual, is on sale at the "Hello." Tempe. or by Cone Webb at the Normal. EOc. 3 for J1.00; 3 for $1.00. Hyder Bros.' windows show the ap proach of that "Good Old Summer Time." Golf shirts ar.d low shoos specially adapted for summer wear. It will make you cool jvist to look at them. "CLOCK TO RUN 30,000 YEARS. A radium deck, whhh w li k.'en tire Indefinitely, has been constructed by HanPon M .rtlndale. of Engl nd. The (loik c-mnti--es a smll t'.b :n which is phned a minute qumtlty oi' radium. sup-i'ted in an exh utst d fflass vessel by a quartz lod. Tj the lower end of ih tule. which ?s cd.iel violet by the action of t're ia Hum, in elect rosrope, formed of two long leave j or strips of silver, is attached. A ehMge of electricity In wh!ch ther are no bet rays, is transmitted th ovch the activity of the radium in'o th leaves, and the latter thereby expind until they touch the sides of the v s el. comiected to earth by wires, wh"ct lrstantly conduct the elect! ic charge, and th1 Iraves fall together. This simple opeiat'on ii rep ?r. ted 'n eess:ntly every two m'nutes unt 1 t1- radium is exh.jiustcd. whicii in th s ir-s-tance it is computed wl 1 cccury 31,''0J years. Scientific American. ACUTE RHEUMATISM. Deep tearing or wrenching pains, oc casioned by getting wet through: worse when at rest, or on first moving the limbs and in cold or damp weather, is cured quickly by Hallard's Snow Liniment. Oscar Oleson, Gibson City, Illinois, writes. Feb. IS, 1902: "A year ago I was troubled with n pain in my back, bend Snow $1.00. It soon got so bad I could not over. One bottle of nallard'.-s Liniment cured mo." 25c. 50c, Sold by Elvey & Hulett. A HARD LUCK STORY. T!;e following invitation wai sent to nearly a . hundred f : lends by a weli krown clubman: "You are c:rdial'.y invited to meet me at (a prominent hot?!), on Thurs day at 5 p. in., for the purpose of buy ing me a dinne. I have b:en call d a good fellow long enough. In the la ten years 1 have contributed my pres ence and money toward 132 dinners given in h nor of o:o friend or an othc:, yet ro man or sei o. r.cn hj ever bought a morsel cf food for me in all th3t time. It is a shame that I have to propose a dinner to myself, but as iny friends seem to overlook me except w hen they want my dough. 1 am not girng to let modesty stand in the way. A reply ii requested." Forty-three men sent legrets. Firty or.o paid no attention to the hard -orne-ly engraved aid. One 1 cached the ho tel on the stroke i f C. borrowed $'t from the self-proposed guest of honor, b ;ught v. d: i.k and i eig ir an J dep rte.l for Coney Island to spend the even ing. New Yoik P:e-s. Chrmberlaiii'r: ?'.--mach and Liver Tablets are just what you need when you have no appetite. feel dull after eating ard wake up with a bad taste in your mojlh. They will improve your appetite, cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for yonr food. For sale by all druggists. . VPONG TINT. Cr.ibhe " Yc.i r'edn't call ary a nr.- I'm going to trv another launlry." Laundryman "Wr-v. what'.- the n-.it-ter? Weren't jo.ir rh r:s and loins well done?" ' 'i -abb "Ye.-, tc o v eil clone- 1 on like them so bruwei. ' I'.iil ul ?"phi i Pres.. There is vi fr. i:n r-msal to th I f thy mar. who advertiser fo- the letu n o' a !c t umbrella. Chic t!gj News. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. J iKisERT LAND. FINAL PKOOF TS"OTlCrK KOIt PL-BLICATiON. United States Land Office. Tucs-m. Arizona, May 25, idol Notice is h rehy giei that Emma C. Taylor, if Phoenix. Maricopa county, Arizona, has filed no tice of intention to make pi o f on ler desert-land claim No. 2070. for the SW.'.. Sec. 8, T. 2-S.. R. 0-W., before Clerk of District Court at his off ce ia Phoenix. Arizona, on Saturday, the 2nd day of July. RM. s She names the following wilnesses to prove the complete iriigation and re clamation of said land: George H. Newsholme of Arlington, Arizona. Theron Hill of Arlington, Arizona. Joel E. Cla.nton of Arlington, Arboni. Archie B. Perry of Arlington, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. (First publication May 18. 190'.) Proposals for lumber, brick, cement, etc., U. S. Indian chool. Tiux'.on. Ari zona. Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for lumbar, etc.," and ad dressed to the undersigned at Truxtoi, Arizona, w'ill be received at the Indian school until 2 o'clock p. ni. of Wedms- day, June 20tii, 1H04. for furnishing and i delivering, as lequlrcd by the superin tendent. 11,475 feet of lumber, assorted. ' 550i) shingles, 10.000 brick, 17a barrels of cement and two kegs of nails as per list and specifications obtainable at the school. Pi ld( rs are le'tuested to state ppe ifi-ally in their bids the proposed price of c rli artii'? to be offered un der contract. All articles offered under contract will be subject to rigid in spect ior. The light D reseived to rje"t any or all bids or-any part of any bid if deemed for the best interests of the service. Kuh b'd must b? accomparPd by a certified check or draft cn some .United States depository or solvent na- 1 ... . . lional hank, made navabie to tna or:ier of the commissioner of Indian affair.. for at least five 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 al contract with good and sufficient sure lies, otherwise to be returned ty UJ bidder. Eids accompanied by cach in lieu of certified check will -not b3 con sidered. For further information apply to James S. Perkins, supsrlntcr.din", Truxton. Arizona. IN THE PROBATE COURT. Of thf County or Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of John Van Tuyl. deceased. No'k-o for posting of settlement of account and of hearing of petition fo: distribution. NotVe i3 hereby given that G. B. Richmond, the executor of the last will and tertarrVcnt of John Van Tuyi de ceased, has ren-p-red and presented fo: settlement, and filed in said court, hli final account of his administration of aid "state: together with his petition for dWti ibution cf said estate: and that Thuisday, the 16ih day of June. 1'iOt. at If o'cloek a m.. at the court room of said court, at the court hoase In the city of Phoenix in said Maricopa co in 1 y. lias bee.ii duly appointed by the said court, for the settlement of said icecuiit. at which time and ph.ee any person Interested in said estate may .-.ppe.-ir and file his exceptions in writing to the said account and petition fo; di--tributioi; and contest the same. I'lHI June 10th, 1904. GEORGE KIRKLAND. Clerk. I ii it publication June 10. 1904. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE PHOENIX INDEPENDENT TELE PHONE COMPANY. Kr.ow all men by t'.iesj pre 'en s: th it we, the undersigned be.ng disi ols of forming a i ori orati jti under the hwi of the teriUcry of Arizona, do h.r.b; adopt and dcdaie the f:l ow n; r -ii le.-i of ini o:-j ort;t o.j I. The name of said company is anl shall be: "PHOENIX INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE COMPANY." II. The names of the corporators are H. M. Joy, Joseph II. K.bbey anl Arthur J. Edivstrds. III. The principal pLica cf bus.'nets of said ccrpoiatlon is and shall te ht City of Phoenix, Maricopa county, Ari zona. IV. The general nature of the buI nes;; pmpoed to te transacted by sail corporation Is the eslablihm : nt, eon stru' tion and operallo i or te ephor e tnd telegraph linos an systtms; th? iicqui.-itiot of franchisis for th; fame, ar.d the dispo ltlcn theieof: the acqu -sltion of stocks und bond? of other cor porations: and to do a l acts and things necessary and expedient in carrying out the obj-cts and purr.ofe3 of th? corpo.- ten. V. The capital stoik tf mil ccr; or ation shall be one hundied trousind ($lf:.nn,) dollar s, divided into ten thou sand (10.000) shaie1--, of the par valu? of ten ($10) eah, pnyjb'.e i cash or its equivalent, at sui h t mei. and upon such coniitii n?, as the Ro rl of Directors r-ay crdaii. VI. The siid corpoi a-i n sh'.ll coir monfe at the time of the filing o: th? e Arti'drs cf Incor-porat'on in th' ofTi e of the Ceunty P.ecrrder of Mar ci;ki County, and a ixrtlfl d 10 y the eif n the offie of the Terr.torial Aud t r cf Arizona, and rha'l tv'rm'nite twen y five years theieaftcr. VII. The affa rs and business o' said corporation shil! be cr.ductei ly a Poaid of Directors, conslft ng if three (3) s'cckhc J Jei s, wlo s':all b elected, after the first year, by the stockhclders at regulir annual ir.cp -ingf. the tire cf hoh'ing of which shall be fixed in the by-laws. Until th-i first regular m-tt'ng of te stckh:d ers the following persons fhIl le the direitois: H. M. Jcy. Jo c.ih II. Kb b?:'. Arthur .1. Edwards. III. Tire offiiers of said sorro a tl on shall i)3 a Pre.-?ldent. Vic? Pif1 dent. Secretaiy and Treasurer. anl su h i the r onicers the Rotird of Di rectors may from tltr.e to time deeii it necessary to appilnt. For the first year, and until th-ii- uccfc-sor-i are elected and ouallfled. ihr" fo 1 w nx shall lie the officers of the eompmy President. H. M. Joy, V.c; P,e lien:, Arthur J. Edwards. IX. Thr highest amount if indebted ness or liability to which thi-f cmpir y shrll at any lim? b? subj?cfd is s'x y thousard dedlars. X. The private propcity of th? stock holders xshall be exe-.v.rit frcm liabil t y ' for the cornorate debts. j XI.-The capital st jik of thD c m j pany shall be forever non-assesab!e. XII. No stock of this company shrll l be !s:-U' d until fully p..:d. i In w itness wh?reof. the sjid cor; or 1 , tors have hereto set th-ir hauls th 3 flth day of June. A. D. 1901. H. M. JOT. JOSEPH If. KIBBET. ARTHUR J.. EDWARDS. Territory of Arizona. County cf Ma-1-mpa. ss. Before me. Ada lrvin. a No tary Public in and for the County an 1 Tortitory fiforoaid. on thi day p r sonally appeared H. M. Jo - and Arth ir J. "Edwards, known to me to be th? Patrons whop nnmca art surscrRc.l to the foregi ing Articles of Incorpora tion, rr.d severally acknowledged to m that they executed the Fame for the purpose and consideration therein expressed. In testimony whereof. I hav? li re unto set my hand and affixed my official Sep.! this 7th day of June, A. D. 1001. My commlsi:n expires Dec. 9. 1915. (Notary Seal.) ADA IRVIN. Notary Pub ic- Territory of Arizona. County cf Mail eopa, ss. : Before me, Ada Irvln, a No tary Public in and for the Ccuntv and Territory aforesaid, on thN day person ally appeared Joseph II. Kibbey, known to me to be th? person- whose ram? la r.uhscribed to the foregoing Articlss cf I Tnpiirrnrnl inn n n rl PfVn'iul .lcrf.fl til me that he executed the same for the purposes and consideration there'n ex- pressed In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed my of ficial seal this 6th clay of June, A. D. 1004. My commission exii.'C! Dee. 9. 10". (Notary Seal.) ADA IRVIN. Notai y Fun ic. Territory of Arizona. County of Mari copa. s. I. li. F. McFall, Cott itv R--coi-rier in and for th - Courty an! Ter ritory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the f-irt going copy with the original Articles of Incorporation of the "PHOENIX INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE COMPANY," filed and recorded In my office on the 7th d?y of June, 1104. la Rook : ... i No. 24 of Ineoi par , and that the s.vre -non.-. e ist ' a fH. t and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand a.nd seal cf office, this 7th clay of June, 1904. (Seal.) B. F. MeFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR, Deputy. ( First publication June 9, 19o4.) FjI i&zs. TS 11 E4 ins 3C All Advertisements Banning for Less Time Than One Month For Sale WANTED To exchange houses and lots in Phoenix for a ranch. S.. P. O. box 743. FOR SALE OR HIRE Cheap good 'er liahl" geut'e t'-am mules. Just the thing for mountain trip. J. Goebel miles east of Indian school, R. F. D.. Xo. 2. AVCTION Sale Friday. June 17th, at 10 n. m., on premises of Crismon Tiardware S Grocery company, ut J.Ier-a. Consisting of new buggie.-s, "un.'.bouts. po'.er horse clippers, lia'tlware. groceries, glassware and four milk cows. etc. Six months' credit on sums over $10.'i0. J. -V. Fuliviler. auctioneer. APRICOTS only two or three days longer, opposite Indian school on Ctyiter st. I HAVE FoRSALE One new organ. four new saddles, good set double harness, bridles and collars. Call at 333 N. l oaith meet. OFFICE DESK. Flat top quarter st'wed galden oak. 32x54 Inches. Cliair to match. $2.". 022 E. Adams st. TYPEV.'KITKR -Densmore No. 4. al most new. Ia good condition, $70. C.'2 E. Adams Ft. PIA NO Hal let. Davis"-7i -Co., upright, ipiarter sawed golden oak case, $17?. I22 E. Adam:-; st. FOR SALE At a bargain, camp wagon and outfit complete. Two doubl? nets of harness. Rubber tired run about, team without blemish. 'Phono Rlack S02 or tall 197S W. Adams st. D R A W NWORK lieautif ul MexP an linen drawnwork for sale very rea sonable, just for a few days. Call at "4 i East Van Bui en st. FOR." SALE White and brown Leghorn hens: prize winners. Chas. Alexan der. Tempe. FOR SALE A good business chance, pays $150 per month at invoice price. Apply R. A. Windes. Tempe. FOR S A LEC I1EAP A room i ng house in La:- Angeles, $375.00. Enough roor i for small family and rentals will add materially to income: well located mid near car lines, but in quiet re spectable neighborhood. Owner must sell on account of other business. Ai-'drecs Mrs. C. Hud. 410 West Temple St., Lo.s Angeles, Calif. FOR SALE OR TRADE nice Springs lot. Call to see us. &: Wilson. 47 N. Center st. Iron Alle-i 1 ARGA1XS Good confectionery busi ness in fne location, for sate cheap. Address box SSI. at once, ino NS P RI NG S COT T AGES for sale or rent. I. Ernest Walker, 14-10 S. Second ave. 'Phone Main 50. FO R-S A L E-At-1 te pub 1 i ca n "offi i e old papers, ten cents per hundred. FOR SALE Stout, well made buck board built for mountain use. 1441 E. Washington st. FOR SALE Distilled ning Delivery. vater. Light- FOR SALE 80 acres. 3 miles north west of Phoenix. Water right in Grand canal. AH fenced and cross fenced. 70 acres in good alfalfa. Good house and well and plenty of shade. On a rural free delivery route. Fric $10 per acre. Address L. J. H.. this office. FOR SALE Small completely furnish ed hotel at Walker. Ariz., within four hundred feet of Lynx creek, end of Grand Poland tunnel, and about same distant e from Great Mud Hole mine. Liberal terms to right party. Address T. M. Earnhart, Kirkland, Arizona. Furnished Booms i - - FOR RENT Coolest rooms in city. Either single or for housekeeping; thoroughly modern and cheap: lots of shade. Best location. No sick. Ad dress box 20, Republican. For Cent FOR RENT Los Angeles. Cal.. live room new cottage, completely fur ni:shed. strictly inodcrn. very e'hoit-a lo.etion, vicinity of art school, near Pasadena car line. 5c fare to heart of city, whore the Beach lines -ill cenler. Many beautiful walks and d: ives nearby. Summer rates $30 per iro:i!h or will lease for a year. Also teven-roort modern cottage, same lo cation cither unfurnished or partly furnished at reasonable rate. Address M. E. Alderman, 318 Grant Bldg. coe. Fourth and Broadway. Los Angeles. FOR RENT A i corner Fourth lice cool basement, and Washington streets'. FOR RENT Mesa, restaurant in Pom eroy Block ; centrally located. Kit chen and dining room furnished. To-ito load makes it a good business. Pomeroy Bus Co., Mesa. FOR- RENT Three-room furnished brick house: shade; $8.00 per month. Mrs. AVilson. 247 E. Washington st. Fort RENT Nicely furnished front loom. Call 305 West Madison st. FOR BENT During summer, eight room furnished house. including Kimball piano, broad verandas, cool side of streeL near Main street car line, references reipiired. liossession given at short notice $10 a month. Hairy !-'. C. Webb. "Woodlawn." 124 East 3C.th street, Los AngHes, Cal. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, 37 North Center street. FOR RENT Two elegant office rooms formerly occupied by the U. S. Ass'n., the Nicholson block, cool and pleas ant. FOR RENT. lively or part of same In location in Phoenix, mer. All modern furnished horru' coolest and best Cheap for sum conveniences. Screened rooms and porches: large lawn; lots of shade and quiet neigh borhood. No sick desired. Address 123 caxc of Republican, Phoenix. 2225 Helo Wanted WANTED EVERYWHERE Men will ing to distribute samples, tack signs, etc., at $3.00 daily. Permanent. No canvassing. Continential Distributing Service. Chicago. WANTED Waiter, man or Tempe. woman. American Kitchen. WANTED Quick, few men to repre sent wholesale house locally among merchants and agents in your state. Established business $20 salary and expenses weekly. Expense money advanced. Yearly contract. Pre vious experience not essential. Ad dress Superintendent. 32. Dearborn street. Chicago. WANTED State Manager.' Must be a hastier and ablp to manage agents. Splendid chance for the right man. State full particulars. 'Heskett Henderson. 4 42 S. P.roadway, Los Xngeles, Cal. WANTED At once competent engi neer. A. J. Hansen. Kyrene. Tcla phone 1x4. Suburban. BOY AP.OI'T sixteen wanted to mill: twelve cows and help in creamery. Elliot Evans, West Black Canyon road. WANTED A good canvasser; good inducement to right party. 31 W. Adams st. Singer Mfg. Co. WANTED A f.rst class milker and all around dairyman. Apply Manager. Tempe. dept. W A N T E D Energetic. trustw orthy man or woman to work in Arizona, representing large manufacturing company. Salary $40 to $90 per mo., paid weekly; expenses advanced. Ad dress with stamp, J. H. Moore. Phoe nix. Arizona. SALESMEN WANTED To sell nur sery stock. Cash advanced weekly. Write immediately before best ter ritory is all assigned. Chico Nursery ( co.. cmco, cai Situations Wanted .WANTED House cleaning by white man. Address P. O. box 41 . Lost and Pound STRAYED OR STOLEN Light bi.y horse, blazed face, saddle and color markr. branded U. R., from Nelson'3 six miies west of Phoenix. Reward. Yin. Mrs. Mary H. Baxter. 144 East Washington st. STRAYED Eay mare with halter on, v. ire cut on left hind leg; also biy horse with short tail. Notify Chas. A. Smith. -:"3 N. Center st. fteward. Miscellaneous Wants ; PUBLICITY Originated and placed. Especial attention to the writing of hinh-class magazine and newspaper advertisements. Brochures preyared. Paul II. ilcCalla. R. F. D.. No. -. hoemx. WANTED By lady and son. two wet furnished rooms, cloe in. in coolest part of house. With light house kfp::vg conveniences and screened porch. Rent must be reasSnable by the wee-k. Address Mrs. R., Repub lican oliice. - WANTED Horses and mares, wanted at o::i' at the Ambrose coi rail. Phoe nix. Mast drive single rind b fal and sound. R. D. Nicholson. WANTED To purchase a four or live room house: large grounds; shade and porches. Must be close in and cheap. Write full particulars. Geo. U P. Chambers, R. F. D. No. 1. Phoe nix AVAXTED Boarders. Iady or gen tleman on suburban place. 1 mile forth of old Maricoua depot on Tempe road. Mrs. Holland. Norton Ranch. ' WANTED Tent house. . Must be In good condition and cheap for cash. Address, giving size ' and price. T. H., Republican. WANTED to buy four or five calves-. Address telephone Sub. 16 Shoigl's ranch er WANTED A horse and buggy for their keeping during the summer by i careful man box S02. used to horses. P. O. 1 "WANT a forty acre ranch, some! alfalfa, not more than five miles from Thoeni?' under Maricopa or Salt canal. Address giving lowest price. V. O. box 1166. MRS. 13. M. MOSHER has moved her dressmaking parlors to 222 W. Adams st. 'Phone Black 1S91. ! PARTIES having young valley-bred cattle for sale. . Call or write to A. L. Henshaw. box 461. - i .. CLOTHING or delicacies for the poor and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Central ave. They will be carefully, distrib uted. - Those in need please call. WANTED To buy your furniture and household goods. Highest cash prices paid. Dorrls-Heyman Furni ture company. IS YOUR WELL OR PUMP out of or der? We clean and dig- wells on short inotice. Pumps repaired. . All work guaranteed. Phoenix Well Co., 13 N. Center st.. or 'Phone Red 892. MRS.-ELIZA7A EDWrARDST"experi enoed card reader, tells past, present and future. Ladles, 25c; gentlemen B0 cents. 231 Buchanan street, corn of Third tret . - - Azents Wanted NATURES REMEDY Pocket Inhaler; cures catarrh, colds, headache, neu ralgia: stops toothache: relieve? asthma, hay fever: sample 25c. Eng land Supply Co., Butte, Mont. : AG E N T WANTED Agents maka money selling dome-shabed perforat ed skillet covers. Prevent greasy stoves; big seller; catalogue free. American Novely Works. Reading, Fa. Must Be Paid in Advance. TO SELL the best Skirt Supporter rvc. invented. Sarrpl with dfiiii'iitr tor free -tc agents. Geo. N. Scr-t. 1303 Grace Pt.. Chicago. Business Chances TllfEREsTO 1ST ENCE For the ir. vc:-tm-i;l ..f small and large sums of idie nio::.-v where it will produce a larg- ar-t steady monthly revenue without ri'. of loss. Principal back on d-in.n:-;. For full particulars. addrr-x. W. U. Latimer. 413 Walnut street. Phil.id- I phfa. Pa. ! - ?10O PROFIT on every ::. ea:i K earned with absolute saf-ty prompt r ?gul:irity. Divid-nd pV, I bl-mor.thly. Full info. rrat I..n fr. McRee & Kirkniaii. ;s Litt-riy t , New York. Personal YOUR FORTUNE told by tl.. f;!U?t t liable clairvoyants. Send l ir-U4j. dirre and stamp. Piofs. OM Rollin. 49o N. CIa:k Mreet. ChlcaSn. EVERY sinceie perKo:i can manj property and honorably. Mat y gf s; financial oppoi t unith s : Mr Ktly cd;-5 dentlal and reliable. IVmk Irfffrn? gien. State age. Tol -hi - Cn League. Toledo. Ohio. - HAVE YOU A COUCH. A dose of Ballard's Horehound Syru- will relieve It. Hae you a odd? A dose of Herbine at bed time arid fre quent small doses of Ho-rhoui..! Syrtit during the day will remov it. Try It for whooping cough, for asthma, for consumption, for bronchitis. Mm. J ? McCrath. 327 E. First street. Hutcti inson, Kan., writes: "I have U.-W--1 Ballard's Horehound Syrup In my family for five years, ar.d find it th best and most palatable medicine I ev?f used." 25c, 5'jc, $1.00. Sold by Klvey & Hulett. If it didn't adwr.i e th- clay b?for-. It doesn't do an excursion Summit any gocd t i whistle ul S o'vkik In th -veninff. AtchiEon Gl.b?. NO COMPETITION. The uniform success of . Chamtxr lain's Colic, Cholera and Iiarrr. Remedy in the relief and cure of bowvl complaints both in children and adult has brought it into almost universal , use. so that It is practically without . rival, and as everyone v. ho has use.l I it knows, is without an ecjuaL For tan ny an druggists. No. .Maude, it I'r. l the bh.wln; if the v tnd that makes the a ivy blue l'hil s lielphia Kfcord. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. DESERT LAND. FINAL IT.OOF NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.-Ur.Red States Iind Office. Tucfon. Arpxna. May 25. lyot. Notice Is l.eieby KlV i thivt Theron Hill. Assignee of Franklin 1 1 Mosier. of Ar.ington, Marico; a Coan j ty. Arizona, has filed notice if intra , tic ii to make proof on his d-trt-lfc.n I claim .o. 2i03. for the K'-j NW;. NE; and N SEV,. Sec-. 17. T. 2-S.. K. 5-W.. bofoie Clerk of District Cou't nt ti's c-flice in Phoenix, Arizona, on Satur day, the 2nd day cf July. 190 i. He names the follow in? utir.e-" to prove the complete IrriiratU n and te cUmatlon of sai I land: Emma C. Tav lcrr cf Phcenix. Ariz na. George It. Newsholme of Arlington. Atlx. na. Jo-l E. Clanton of Arlinuton. Ail'omv. Archie R. Perry of Arlington. AiTrrr.a. MILTON R. MOORE. i: twr. (First publicaiion May 18. 1S04 PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC E. E. PASCOE, Notary Public. Cnnrer ancing a specialty. Acknowl -d-f mi.t taken. Ill) North Cenler atret. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. THOR. J. PRESCOTT-Corporation ard Commercial Law a pe-llry. Room 6-8-10 Cotton block, PI. o nix. Arizona. ; Oliver P. Morton Arthur J. GJwtnU EDWARDS & MORTON. Lawyers, Center St. Fhoenls, Artf. 19 S. J. W. CRENSMAW. attemcv at Uw Of. fir-e rooms 210 and 211 Flemlns liuli J n. Phoenix, Arizona. ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. .A. KING, Assaver and Metalli'nr st Cvanide. concentration. ni!l an-1 m:. ter tests. Is N. Second Ave.,. Phc a.. Arizona. PAT. ?f AJJ1T DR. D. L. CONNER. Osteopathic PbT cian OfHca S West Adams Phon. offic Red 1464: residence Red U. CHIROPODY. PAINLESS removal of corns or bunions; prie;es 50 cents each. I'rlvacy murni. Day or night. Blue Front Karbr Hhop. West Washington Kt.. r.r-wlte FnU f offlfe. Telephone Red i Frank trariy. 1)ETECTIVE. DOIIENEY .BROS.. Merchanta Patrol and Private Detective Ana cy. P. O. Box 4D4. Pboenls, Arts. MINING ENGINEER. ED. H. N IGGINS. Mir.in? Kn; nrf. N. S East Wasjiington St.. rho-nix. Ano, constiPatiou and niim'l A- ,Nfil west Mexico t: si: c-tap;'. TAYLORS' BARGAINS 10 acres line laird at $:Ai --r actr. 40 acres unin:proed S'-j I. liter out at $40. 80 acres well Improved. Ti mltcJ out, at $62.50 per acre. Well improved home, close in il.55'1. TAYLOR & SONS Loans and Investments. 13 North Canter Urrn.