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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY JIORXIXG, AUGUST 9, 1900.; dctifieasaiity andfivmptfy. Cleanses the System Gently and Effectually when bilious or costive. Jresents in the most acceptablcbim tAe Jajrative principles of plants Jen own to act most Icic2cialy. TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS BUY THE GENUINE KANFD. BY CALIFORNIA FiGSTSUPCO. SAN FRANC, SCO, CAL. 'lOUISVIUE.KY. fiEW YORK. N.Y. for sate by tfrvffsfs price 50 per boTte. SOUTH SIDL f ; ,' TH.MPR Harry Hendrix returned to town y, s "terday from a few days' rural visit with ilark Redden. At the installation of ollicers at tin Odd Fellows' ledge Tuesday evening Woolf Sachs was made noble grand: Carl Carlson, vice grand: otto Hutzer, secretary. George Frizzell will he in stalled as treasurer upon his return Xrom California in a fw weeks. Woolf Sachs and wife spent last night with friends in Phoenix. Mr. Hartsfield has jus: received an other nobby rubber find red bottom .buggy for the Unite, stable, which he is opening as a fit -sl-i-lass liv i-y and feed stable. Mr. Hartffk-ld is a rustler and Ss buying a number of line liw-ry horses and turnouts. He wiil undmibt tily make a success of his enterprise. W. S. Johnston and wife were callers lin Phoenix yesterday. "Work has been begun on the id nor mal school building and the interior is all being worked over by two carpen ters. Mr. ' Wilson is besily engaged in getting the grounds and the building proper into neat condition for the open ing of school three w k., from next Monday. It is ttnderst od by the nor mal boys that the toilet room in the eouthwest corner of the basement will be fitted up with heaters and shower Xtaths, and the adjoining l.irne room will be fitted up as a dressing ath letic room. This is g-md news to the male students, who have always been badly in need of just sue h a necessity. Professor Mathews, the- principal f r the ensuing y.-ar, is exp i t d here about the 15th and the catalogues which this year were delayed in being gotten out will be ready for distribution in a few days. Steve Hughes leaves, on tonight's excursion for California, where he expects to find an appetite and fill out. William Knight, son of Mayor John Knight, is in town from the Frazier ranch in the Finals. Hon. Marcus Smith who was among the party of Phoenix nimrods on the south side Tuesday, is still shaking Stands on the south sid and getting ready for action this fall. His friends Say that Tuesday lie kill d 117 dovca on the wing. They further assert that this is stric tly, true because had there been more he would have said so. Neils Peterson and wife 1. ave en to night's excursion for a few weeks' stay on the coast. Mr. C n.-er is suffering from a pain !ful carbuncle which is on the tup of his band. A stoivnian and a ranchman in Tcmpe on Tuesday had a mix-up or rather came very n ar having a mix up, with fists. The storemnn said that the ranchman owed a bill. The ranch man saiil that lie paid the storeman at every purchase and that he (the ranchman) did not owe th st e.-eman. "When the ranchman intimated that the storemnn was a iiar. tin- st ireman be came notice-ably "hot:" so much so that the ranchman thought his buggy was the safest pla-e. Nob.-dy was hurt. M r:s.. The Zenos Co-op store is the finest. With the finest lint; of ladies' and genes' furnishings in the city. Don't forget the grand bail Friday night in Co-op. hail. Mrs. Sam Harnett returned from Phoenix Tuesday, w here she has b--e n for the past few weeks, the gin st of Mis. Charles Harnett. The Wilbur Mullen Hardware com pany is marking up a splendid line of granitew are. Their tinware is the host on the market, guaranteed anli-rusi proof. Should hungry pangs mi:-", the Jie..;;l restaurant will satisfy' ;h--m. A. C. Metjin en goes to Inm Springs today to meet his wife anil family. Miss Mattie Sirine- we-nt to Phoenix yesterday on a social visit v illi Mrs. Charles Harnett and fetidly. Something Nice for Nice People - Batftotesie (makes you clean) (mark) rTse in place of oap for all toilet purposes. Sold at Drug stores, 25 cents one-pound box. Turkish face cloth free with each box. See large idTertiseineat Sunday issue this paper. I T T. r T..1 P. T- 1 -. . I x. am. utuwirsuii o: uius. are uipici uij a handsome line of summer shirts. Thpy lead in the shirt line. I The artic les of incorporation of th-1 Peoples' Store were filed yesterday. Monday Mr. I,. Palter and J. (1. Peter ' son eincluded the purchase of the ' purchase of the Farmers' Kxchange business, and now open up under iLe new name. Yesterday Mr. Salter wvu ! to Phoenix to attend to the filing cf j the papers and other business p.J,ua;n- ing to the new firm. I M. I. and K. l'omeroy return?- fiom ! the hills yesterday, where they had j been doing some prospecting wo; !:. I They ate showing some good ore a '.id I feel quite elated over the prospects. J Miss Nellie Clark returned from a ; numincr trip to the coast Tues.Hy. She reports a pleasant time, but va.-; (,-aJ : to Bet home. i A social part)- was given at Dir. I3.it 1 bitt's Tuesday night. About forty ! young people were pre S-jnt. A very en joyable time was had. Ilein. A. P. Phewman returned from California yesterday morning. Mr. I Sheuman left his family at the hom? of his parents at Pomona. Cal., for a few weeks, and came home to attend to his accumulated businrss. H; went to the Free Press oiTice at once, and is hustling to get the Free Presa to the front this week. He reports a nice time in California. He saw several .Mesa and Phoenix people there. Mr. Eugene Trippel feels quite elated over the good crop of almonds his acre orchard is yielding again thi.s year. While it is not quite ;is havy as last year, which is accounted fr inrough the lack of water, yet the yi 'Id is bet ter than any orchard in the valley and also in California the last few ,-eard. He is conveinced that Mesa soil and climate is especially adapted for almond culture. o NORTH SIDE CT.KXDAI.K. Mr. II. W. Adams arrived from Los Angeles on yesterday morning's train. Mr. Adams is a veiy happy man, hav ing visited a h -althy baby daughter at Lui- Ange les. W. Imml, August 1". J. P.. Doner left on yesterday's train for Chicago. He will visit Canada while away. Remember August IT. The depot platform was crowded yes terday morning to see Mr. Hieses and family olT. The biggest part of the crowd were children. Mr. Peirce was a Phoenix caller yes terday. Mr. Aepli and gang have finished the Scoltsdale vineyard and are now scour ing the country for more grapes, whieh are very hartl to find on account of th? dry weather. Fruit from now on will be very scarce and for the first time in many years grapes are being shipped into the valley. A ('OIT.TEnrS OliEKTIXC. A gallant old American soldier whi at one time was well known in Kansas had many i liosyr.oraoies, not the least of which was an irrepressible dislike for young li utcnants when first sent out from West Point. The name of this soldier was C.en. Starr, and at the time of which we write he was major in th; Sixth 1 'nited States cavalry, though during the civil war he had been a brig adier general. In 1ST4 Gen. Starr was in command at Ft. Riley, and one day an orderly came to his quarters with a m-ssage that Lieut. Morrison, just from West Point, was at the post ready to ray his re-spce-tsand report fer duty. In response to this rm ssage the old general was starting to his office when his wife, a motherly old s- ul, plucked him by the coat sleeve and saiel: "Now. general, promise me that you won't be rough with that young man.' "Rough?" said the old general, smil ing amiably upon his matrimonial com panies. "Why, I'll be p: aches and cream unless 'the young dog riles me." Reaching his office the general was confronted with a dapper littlo fellow as spick and span as if he had just come from the hands of a barber and tailor, while he had the half supercil ious air that seems inseparable from the first stages of military education. Looking the young lieutenant over for half a moment the- old general saiel with great dignity: "How do y-iu do. Mr. Morrison? I am pleas d to see you." Then as a flush gradually mount eel ever his weather-beaten features, he added: "I am always glad "to see you young men from the military acad emy. You ye u (her.- the general end ed with a roar) you think yourselves, s i d smart." Kansas City Journal. THK NAMES RF.ADY FOR THK.M. "I wonder if the A. P. A.'s will ob trude themselves into this campaign?" "I wouldn't be surprised. I hear they are busy as bees now." "Indeed: Then they'll probably cad their headquarters 'The' Apiary.' ' Philadelphia Record. ARTICLES CP INCORPORATION', of the iU CKEYE LAND AND CANAL COM PANY. We, J. C. Watson. J. Ernest Walker and M. W. Messing r, residents of Maricopa county, Arizona, desiring to become incorporated am", to incorporate ourselves under the provisions of the laws of the Ten-it ry nf Arizona f;ir the purpose of engaging in the business her. inafler spe( ifiec! do make, sign and acknowledge, according to law, these articles of incorporation. ARTICI.K I. The nam s of the incorporators of this corporation are J. C. Wasson. J. Ernest Walker and M. W. Messinger. ARTICLE II. The name assumed by this corp ra il in and by which it shall be known in fill its transaction isi the- Ruck, ye Canal and Land Company, and the principal place of transacting its busi ness shall be at the ci'ty of Phoe nix, in Maricopa County, Ari zona; provided that said corporation may also transact any business and have an office in such other place? or places as its board cf directors may by resolution direct or prescribe . The lime of the commencement of this cor poration shall be the time of the filing 'of :h-se articles of incorporation in the office of the county recorder of Mari j co pa County. Arizona, and the termi ' nation thereof shall be twenty-five ! years thereafter. ARTICLE III. The general nature of the busin-ss proposed to be transacted by this cor poration Is that of owning lands, ap propriating waters from natural ( streams for the purpose of irrigation and domestic purposes, and for the put - pose of conveying the same to users thereof for a beneficial purpose. Also , construe ting, maintaining and operat ing canals, elams, ditches, reservoirs I and aqueducts and such either struc tures and appliances as may be neces sary and useful in 'turning, conducting. controlling, holding and regulating the i flow of water for irrigation, and any I other purpose for which the same mas bp put to a beneficial use; to acquire by ! location or purchase, or In any other t lawful manner whatever, lands and water, wat- r rights, franchises, dams, canals, ditches and conduits, reser ' voirs and such other structures and , appliances a? may be deemed neccs- sary, convenient or useful fir managing and operating of said canals, lands and the water appropriated for the uses herein mentioned: also to s, 11 and con vey water rights ip its canal or canals used to furnish and deliver to persons owning stock or waiter rights in this corporation water for any beneficial use for which such persons may d sire the same: also to deal in all kinds of real and personal property, including the ownership of etocks in other cor poration?: also to hold, cultivate, ac quire, prove up from'the United States government ami use and enjoy real e&tate. anil sell, lease, demise and dis pose of the same, or any part thereof, as well as any other property that this corporation may now or hereafter own. And said corporation may bor row money and contract to pay the same at such time or times and at such ra.e of interest a its board of directors deem proper, and may hypeitheoate. mortgage or pledge all or any part .of the property of this corporation, and all or any part of the property that this corporation may hereafter acquire, and secure the pay ment of any money or moneys, with interest, as said board of elirecfors of the corporation shall ..r may from time to time d em advisable to borrow, and may heoure the payment of any debt of this corporation by mortgage or otherwise, and agree to p.ty such In terest thereon as the board of directors of this c-rporation may from tim" t.i time deem advisable. And said cor poration may do any ami all acts inci dent to the powers and businesses here in mentiemed, to the same extent as they could or might be done by a nat ural pe-rson. ARTICLE IV. The amount o" the capital stock r.f this corporation shall be $100,000, di vid d into 40 shares of the par value of $2ef per share: and the times wh3i and the conditions upon which sai I capital stock shall be paiel In are fts follows: I'pon making subscriptie.il therefor, or within thirty days there after the whole amount of the stock which shall be subscribed shall be paid either in cash or in property. Any per son making a subscription for stock in this corporation, who neglects, upon proper demand being made, to pay for the same for 20 day3 thereafter, shall forfeit the right to purchase such stock. All stock issmd by this cor poration shall, before the same is is sued, be fully paid, and shall be non assessable thereafter. The certificates cf stock anel the water rights to be used and conveyed by this corporation shall be In such form as may be pre scribed by the board of directors. ARTICLE A". The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which this corporation is at any time to be subject or to subject itself is the sum of $B6.000. ARTICLE VI. Stockholders of this corporation and their private property shall be exempt from 'the corporate debts of this cor poration. ARTICLE VII. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a beard of directors, consisting of three stockholelers, who shall be elected annually by the stock holders on the second Monday in Jan uary in each year a't the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the office of said corporation in Phoenix, Arizona. Said directors shall hold their office for the term of one year from the date of their election and until their suc cessors shall be duly elected and qual ified, unless they shall in the meantime cease to be stockholders in this cor poration, any person ceasing to be a stockholder in this corporation shall cease to be a director or officer in the same. The following named persons, who are subscribers to the capital stoc of this corpeiration, shall constitute the officers and b .arel of directors eif this corporation until the second Monday in January. I'.ml, and until their succes sors shall be duly elected and qualified, viz: J. C. Wasson. president and eli recteer: J. Ernest Walker, treasurer and secretary and .director; M. W. Mes singer, vice-president and director. Vacancies in the board of direr-tors or offices, of this corp. rati ;n shall be filled by the remaining members of the board of dir-otors for 'ihe unexpired term for which said members or officers were elected. A majority of th? board of di rectors shall constitute a qu rum. and any meeting of tlv board of directors at which a quorum is present shall be deemed a legal merging, and have- the Ad Articles of Incorporation, same authority as; a full board, whelh- r notice of the meeting shall have been first given to the absent members or not. ARTICLE VIII. The officers of this corpeiration shall be a president, vice-president, secre tary and measurer, w ho shall be elect ed annually by 'the board cf directors from among th. ir number at the first meeting after the annual meeting of the stockhoidei s ; the vice-president and secretary or secretary and treas urer may he one and the same person. The president shall be the chief ex ecutive officer of the corporation and shall have the general management of all Its affairs, subject to the approval of th? board of directors. All certifi cates of stock, bonds, notes., contracts, water rights, deeds and conveyances shall be signed in the corporate name by the president, or in hisabsence by the vice- president and be countersigned by the secretary, and have affixed thereto the corporate seal. Checks may be drawn either by th- secretary or president. The beard of directors shall have the power and authority to ap point any other agent or agents to aid in the management of its business and in conducting the affairs of said cor poration that they may deem advis able, and may vest in such agent or ag?nts such powers as they may deem expedient. And said board of directors shall have the power and atUhority to fix the compensation to be paid to the officers, agents and employes and di rectors of said corporation. ARTICLE IX. The bcn 1 of directors of this cor porator ::.all have the power to estab lish by-laws and make all rules and regulation-- djeemed expedient for the rnanagemr rt of 'the affairs of t'-ti? cor poration a:: J fhs o.'Iicers thereof, n-.t inconsistent with the constitution and laws of the t'nited States and laws of Arizona, or these articles of in corporation. . ARTICLE X. These articles of incorporation may be amended at any regular me- ling of the stockholders, cr any special meet ing of the stockholelers called for that purpose, by a majority vote of the stock represented at such meeting: and when s-ech articles shall be amended as afore saiJ, suc-h amendments shall be signed and acknowledged by the president of this corporation, and shall have the same effect asi though signed and ac knowledged by all the stockholders of said corporation. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands this day of 4th day cf June, 19C0. J. C. WASSON. J. ERNEST WALKER. M. W. MESSINGER. Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa, ss. Before me, "William English, a no tary public In and for the county and territory aforesaid, on this day per sonally appeared J. C. Wasson J. Er nest Walker and M. W. Messinger. known to me to be the persons who executed the foregoing articles of in corporation and whose names are sub scribed thereto, and acknowledged to me that they each executed the same for the purposes- and considerations therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 4th day of June. 100". seall WILLIAM ENGLISH, , Notary Public. My commission expires March 19, 1904. (T. R. 10c.) Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa. I. F. W. Sheridan, county recorder in and for the County and Territory afore sait, do hereby certify that the w ithin in.'trument was filed for record at 5 o'clock p. m. on this 4th day of June, lOnO, and duly recorded in Hook. No. 4 of Corporations, Records of Maricopa County, Arizona, at pages . Witness my hand and official seal the dav and year above written. sea! F. W SHERIDAN, County Recorder. Recorder's Office, Phoenix Maricopa County, A. T. ' Filed and recorded at request of J. Ernest Walker June 4. 1900, at 5 p. m.. Bock 4, Articles of Incorporation, pages 224-5-C-7-S-9-C0. F. W. SHERIDAN, Ry County Recorder. C. W. BAEXETT, Deputy. (I. 11. 10c.) Proposals for Addition to Building. Lockers, Ice Plant, Sewer and Building Materials, Tools, Machinery, etc. IT. S. Indian School Service, Phoenix, Ari zona, August 2, 1900. Sealed proposals endorsed "Proposals for Addition to Building," etc.. as the case may be, and addressed to the umlcrsigned at Phoe nix, Arizona, will be received at this school until two o'clock p. m. of Mon day. August 27, 1900, for furnisl'ing the necessary materials and labor re quired to construct and complete an If you want' your money's worth, and the best service in the city, take your meals at the Mesa ResteJUraut. Don't forget the place, Peterson Building, Mesa, Arizona. fflRS. W. T. IiIPSCOf.B, Pop. PFTFRfs B nun 9 aaua i & Nasf? WHEAT, BARLEY, ALFALFA, GRAIN HAY OE REALS. Special prices oa iatge cosurucsa. Correspondence solicited Try Our New " OIL STOVES ' Just the Thing for Summer Wi!burMuHen Hardware Company MES A. ARIZONA. Sioms oi tlae Times indicate great changes. Jusi step into our store, read the big sign and prepare for the big change in our mode of doing business on and afrer July 1st. B. M. JOHNSON & BROS. Mesa, r?ay and Globe Stage Office, Don't forget that the Pioneer Store ZENOS CO-OP. carries the best and largest line of General Merchandise of any store on the South Side. Largest Line of General Merchandise is. Mesa. YSdBl! aiE addition to the pump and boiler house at the school ;a complete ice making plant; 250 clothing lockers; a Shone ejector and other sewer improvements; about 90.C00 feet lumber; 100 barrels lime; assorted carpenter tools, etc.; cis tern pumps, oils, packing, hose, etc. a full list and description of which may be obtained upon application to the undersigned. Bidders will state clearly in their bids the price of each article to be of fered under contract. All articles as of fered will be subjected to rigid inspec tion. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids or any part of any bid if deemed for the best interests of the service. Certified Checks. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check or draft upon some United States depos itory or solvent national bank in the vicinity of the residence of the bidder, made payable to the order of the Com missioner of Indian Affairs, 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 a contract with good and sufficient sureties, otherwise to be returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied by cash in lieu of certified check will not be considered. For any additional information apply to S. M. M'COWAN. Superintendent. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 2250.) Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Tucson, Ariz., August 2, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the district court at Phoenix. Arizona, on Tuesday. September 4. 1900, viz., William McDonald, of Buckeye, Ari zona, for the N. E. Sec. 7, T. 1 S., R. 2 W., G. & S. R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz., Wil liam Burch, John C. Gililand, Charley Hazelton and William R. Beloat, all of Buckeye, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication, August 4. 1900. , NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 2314.) Department of the Interior, Land Office, at Tucson, Arizona, July 28, 1900. Notice is hereby given that tle fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the district court at Phoenix, Arizona, on Saturday, September 1, 1900, viz., Samuel Barrett of Peoria, Maricopa j county, Arizona, for the S. W. yt. Sec. oJ, 1. u N., 11. 1 Jit., u. & s. it. ii. & .a. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said Ir.nd. viz., Rich ard A. Tuckcy, Fred A. Woolsey, Ira A. ?.Ioore and Benjamin Steinburger, all of Peoria, Arizona." MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication July 30, "1900. NOTICE F OR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 2133.) Department of the Interior, Land Ofiice at Tucson, Arizona, July 20. 1900. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court, at Phoenix. Arizona, on Wednesday, August 22, 1900, viz.: Herbert E. Kell, of Buckeye. Maricopa County, Arizona, for the se '4 of ne '4 n '-i of se Vt, and sw of se Vi. sec 35, T. 1 n, R. 3 w, G. & S R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Thomas N. Clanton, Burgess A. Had sell, Oliver L. Phippeny and John M. Evans, all of Buckeye, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication, July 23, 1900. Tcmpe, Arizona XTflOLCSALC J OCALCB if MESA, ARIZONA. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 2799, Com muted.) Department or the Interior, Land Ofiice at Tucson, Arizona, July 21, 1S30. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix, Arizona, on Saturday, August 25, 1900, viz.: Ar thur C. Wood, of Arlington. Maricopa County, Arizona, for the sw sw M sec 27, and s Vz se Y and ne se sec 28, T. 1 s, R. 5 w, G. & S. R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John M. Evans, of Buckeye, Arizona, Moses E. Clanton and John K. Wood, of Ar lington, Arizona, and John B. Mont gomery, of Phoenix, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication July 23, 1900. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 2S02, Com muted.) Department of the Interior, Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, July 21, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in siinrairt of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk cf the District Court, at Phoenix, Ariz., on Saturday, Aug. 25, 1900. viz: Lawrence A. Wood, of Arlington, Maricopa county, Arizona, for the 6 neV and 8 nw4 sec. 5, T. 2 s, R. 5 w, G. & S. R. li. & JJi. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: John M. Evans, of Buckeye, Arizona, Moses E. Clanton and John K. Wood, of Ar lington, Arizona, and John B. Mont gomery, of Phoenix, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication, July 23, 1900. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Jonas G. Lamson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, executrix of the will of Jonas G. Lamson, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said executrix at law office of J. W. Crenshaw, Fleming building, Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in said County of Marieopa. JANE MAMNET LAMSON, Executrix of Jonas G. Lamson, De ceased. Dated this 17th day of July, A. D., 1900. First publication July 18, 1900. Proposals for Agency Buildings. De partment of the Interior, Office of In dian Affairs, Washington, D. C, July 10, 1900. Sealed proposals, endorsed "Proposals for School Buildings, Nav ajo Agency," and addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs Wash ington, D. C, will be received at this office until two o'clock p. m. of Monday, August 13, 1900, for furnishing and de livering the necessary materials and labor required in the construction and completion at the Navajo agency three stone or stone and brick buildings for employes' quarters, in strict accordance with the plans, specifications and in structions to bidders, which may be. ex amined at this ofiice, the "Builders' and Traders' Exchange," Omaha, Ne turers' Association," St. Paul, Minne sota; the office of the "Coconino Sup" of Flagstaff, Arizona, and "The Ari zona Republican" of Phoenix, Arizona, and the Navajo agency. For additional information apply to this office or to George W. Hayzlett, U. S. Indian agent. Fort Defiance, Ari zona. t W. A. JONES, Commissioner. SUMMONS. In the District Court of tne Third Ju dicial District of the Territory of Ari zona, in and for the County of Mari copa. Lloyd B. Christy, Plaintiff, vs. Lily Jeffries, Lula Piercy, unknown heirs of J. W. Jef fries, deceased; Jane Bob bin, Ida Funk, M. Etta Bob bitt, Celia Spencer, Clara Roberts, unknown heirs of W. W. Babbitt, deceased; Anna A. Underwood, H. D. Underwood, W. H. Brevoort, George E. Loring, C. M. Zulick, Isaac Lyons, J. L. B. Alexander, Eugene Hassen stein, George W. Hoadley, Defendants. Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, In and for Mar icopa County, and the complaint filed in said Maricopa County, in the ofiice of the Clerk of said District Court. In the name of the Territory of Ari zona, to Lily Jeffries, Lula Piercy, un known heirs of J. W. Jeffries, deceased; Jane Bobbitt, Ida Funk, M. Etta Bob bin, Celia Spencer, Clara Roberts, un known heirs of W. W. Bobbitt. de ceased; Anna A. Underwood, H. D. Un derwood, W. II. Brevoor"., George E. Loring, C. M. Zulick, Isaac Lyons, J. L. li. Alexander, Eugene Hassenstein, George W. Hoadley, defendants, Greet ing: You are hereby summoned and re quired to appear in an action brought, against you by the above named plain tiff, in the DIstriet Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, and answer the complant therein filed with the clerk of this said Court, at Phoenix, in said County, within ten days after the service upon you of this summons. If served in this said County, or if served out of this said County and within t'his said Judicial Distrct, then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty days there after, the times above mentioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judg ment by default wiil be taken against you. v. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa County, this 9th day of July, A. D., 1900. seal W. C. FOSTER, Clerk of Said District Court First publication July 11, 1900. j BREAD Basis of Strength. Bread ! Good Bread ! In Short Phoenix Bakery Bread Contains everything necessary to sus tain life. It is made of the finest hieh. grade flour, by the most skillful bakers. and in the most perfectly appointed bake shops. Is pure, palatable and wholesome, eing light, it can be eaten and digested by invalids. Phoenix Bakery & Confectionery EDWARD EISELE, Prop. Etablished 1881. Telephone 891. 7 West Washington Stre. t. GURNEY CAB TO ALL FAETS OP IHE CITY l)rft TELEPHONE 812 ZOC STAND S. E. corner First Arena and Washington Street. S. WAGNER. - - Proprietor. The Mesa and Raj Mine Stage Co. Train leaving Phoenix 2 p. m., con nects at Mesa with stage for Florence and Kelvin, "Riverside," on Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays, and with stage for Pinal and Ray Mine on Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays. Four and six-horse coaches. Acetylene search lights. DESERT IS CROSSED AT NIGHT. Stages arrive at Kelvin and Ray Mine at 6:30 a. m. Fastest and best equipped stage line in the west. Per ishable freight a specialty. Phoenix Agency at M. & P. & S. R. V, RR. City Office The ICE CREAM you Zet J P CUMMINGS' tempi J t Is ABSOLUTELY PURE. J Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa Stage Leaves Phoenix 8:30 a. m. Return on your own time, relets!-one 284, Offce. L. W. COLLINS, Proprietor. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 2411.) Department of the Interior. Land Of fice at Tucson Ariz- July 30, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the Jjjjfc, lowing named settler has liled notice of her intention to make final proof in proof will be made before the Cleric of support of her claim, and that said the District Court at Phoerix, Ari zona, on Tuesday, September 4. 1900, viz., Tensie L. Burris formerly Tensie L. Harrer, of Buckeye, Arizona, for the S. W. N. E. and S. E. i, N. VT. Vt.. Sec. 33, T. 1 N., R. 2 W., G. & S. R. B. & M. She names the following witneses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz., David B. Harrer, "William R. Beloat, James W. Collins and John G. Roberts, all of Buckeye, Arizona. MILT JN R. MOORE. Register. First publication, August 1, 1900. WATER NOTICE. From May 1 to October 1 all sprink ling must be done between 5 and 8 p. m. and never without a nozzle or sprayer attached to hose. For violation of above rule water will be turned off without notice. PHOENIX WATER CO. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 2069) Department of the Interif.r, Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, July 7, lIO. Notice is hereby pl'vcn that the follow inar named settler has filed notice of hi intention to make linal nroof in snnitort of his rlnm. and Unit said proof will be made before Ihe I'lcrk of the District Court at Phoenix. Ari zona, on Friday, August 10, 1900. viz: Moses K. Clanton, of Arlington, Maricopa Countv, Ari zona, for the el4 ne'i, sw'4 ne1 ,, and nwk se1., see 28, tp 1 s. r o w, G. & 8. it. t!. A M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence unon and cultivation of said land, viz: John B. Montgomery, of i-noenix. Arizona, jortn t,. lonipomery, ot Arlington. Arizona. William Adolnhua vana aud Nile Benson, of Biifkeye. Arizona. MILTON K. MOORE, Regit ter. First Publication, July 10, 1900. DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF NO TICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Tneson, Arizona, Noticeis hareby given thatOrson A. Roberta. of Arlington, Maricopa County, Arizona, bnm tiled notJCM of int ntion to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 277, for the wy. K, and n1.-, seM, and s'i ne'-4 sec 7, Ipz s. r a vr. .. &S. R" H. & M ., beloie th Cleric of the Dis trict Court Rt Pliot-mx. Arizona, on Thursday, tne stn day oi August, i:m. H nam the tolloviuir witnaaea toprnf the eomnleteirriation and reclamation ofTnaid land: William H . Taylor, John 11. Montgom ery and Irvine Church of Phoenix, Arizona, and William W. Perry, of Arlington. Ari.oua. MILTON K. AIOOKK, . fiigiaiex. First publication, July 8. 1900. PROFESSIONAL ATTORNETS-AT-LAW. J. hTkIBBEY, A. J. EDWARDS?W. B. Kibbey. Kibbey, Edwards & Kitobey, lawyers, 19-21 South Center St., Phoenix, Ariz. Ground floor. DENTISTS. DR.JOHn" A. LENTDENTISt! OAS 8dmlniRred. Room nvnr Pnptnfll H. J. JEflSOP Dentist. Offlc Fartai building, corner Washington and en ter streets, rooms 14 and li. VIA VI THE WAY TO HEALTH FOR men, women and children. Mrs. R. F. Parkhurst, manager for Maricopa county. Room 2, Dorris Theater. Afternoons. Consultation free.