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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : 5K)XDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1900.
BUY THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS ... MANUFACTURED BY ... CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Ill- OTE Til F. MAM K. F SOUTH SIDE. TK.MPK. J. W. McLean. Mr. an.l Mis. K. i". Ad ams and Mi.-ses Lucy Cummings. M.il lie Cummings and Lizzie Cosner wciv anions the Tempe people who at I: nde.l the camp meeting north of Phoenix yesterday and last night. Carl Hayd n ami Lew Morse re turned Saturilay-from a few weeks' trip in the Finals. Thvy bags d no large game, but said it was not their fault, for they saw none. Albert Austin Is in Tempe a few days on both business and pleasure. He re turns Ito Tucson in a few days. The Tempe Crimson Him baseball team yesterday easily, defeated the True Blue basefall team of Phoenix, which is made up of the best Mexican and In dian players in Phoenix. The game was Intereff.ins? 'throughout, especially for the router?, who -were in abundant--., though the crowd present was no'; large. The seire was 20 to 15. "YUMA COUNTY NEWS Items of Interest From the Banks of' the Raging Colorado, f Althee Mudcsii is at Agua Cali-nte hot springs, where he is extensively improving the accommodations of the health resort. .Mr. Modest! has recent-' Jy erected a new hotel. and several oth er buildings are in course of cnns-t'-ue-1 lion. I Dr. G. W. GreenleuC has been ap-j pointed physician of the Fort Yuma Indian school to fill the vacancy oc-. casioneii by the resignation of Dr. W. i T. Heffernan. who is now giving his; time and attention to the Imperial Ir rigation company. , j Dr. P. G. t'other has received Hie ap pointment of Southern Piwltlc physician and surgeon for Yuma and points up, and down the l'oad which Can be reached most easily and quickly from ' this place. Dr. Cotter sue c ds I r. YV . j T. Heffernan. who held the losi-hiri, several years. , Frank Avila came in this' inoining from La Colorado mihe, in which he is a part owner, Colorado is the latest lead producer that has been opened iip in the cciunty. and it is a iirst-class. paying- property. Mr. Avila employ .-C about twenty-live men at the mine. : W. T. I'rie left Wednesday iiiK'U tv Kansas City after a short visit to Y um i for the purpose of luspjcling :h - g 'Id saving dredger which his comf:iny - th Vrie Mining Machinery company .,f Kansas City is building for ilie Ad vance Gold I.reuginj', comj any. A new pro.-j. ting drill an 1 on; lit ha 4 "been received 1y Henry I. inn. kup.mi teiidenl of the Advance (lo'.d D.. d Inn company .anil the work of u m.iii Ktrating the values of new and untried ground will at once be iiumgurat.d. anil prosecuted with vigor. The t'nl'y Ehrieh syndicute, ot Colorado Spilngs. 1 who Jjiomoted the Advance proposi tion, is promoting the orauiz uii.n of additional companies to operate 2.1W, acres of ground adjoining that of til Advance company. This laud will b- prospected as rapidly as it can be reached. j The new two-story girls' school roo.n and dormitory at the Fort Yuma In-; tliau school is being rapidly pushed to' completion. This is the only two-j story building at the school and wlil i add greatly to the uppearane i, finings. J. M. Creighton of Phoenix is th- arch itect and builder of the edifice. An other building is also being erected by government employes stationed at th- tichoui, from the ruins of the old dining . he.il( which was among the buildings) liurned last year. , Water in the Gila river reached Pa lomas valley yesterday, and f-r tit"; , first time in three months a stream ' was running down the Farmers' canal, j It. was a most welcome and refreshing sight to the farmers of the valley, who are losing no time in diverting the fluid unto their dry fields. Despite the usual shortage of water during the summer, months Palomas valley's agricultural-! ists are the most prosperous in the county. They always have a sutllelency nf water to raise most bountiful grain! crops, while two or'three crops of al- j falta are cut during the forepart of the season. After that the alfalfa lields are pastured until the water conies as tin.--Yuma. Sun. i o I A COWBOY SAILOR His Efforts to Manage a Cat Soat By Range Tactics. 1 The Lordsburg Liberal has received word from Catalina Island th-ct John MeCube thinks he is as good a sailor as he is a cowboy, or at least he claims he is. He watched the b' atin cn han dle the cat boats for a clay or so. ; lid concluded any man who could rid-- a bucking bronco could manage oiv of them. After making up his mii.d to this he was not long In trying. He se cured a boat and s-'t out lor a sail. Til ' wind was light, the boat v;ys steady, and all went well. He sailed ar nu-.d the bay and handledthc boat as grace fully as the oldest shellback on th beach. The- only thing that botler.-.l him was the tiller ropes; they worked just the opposite to the reins he used when riding a bronco. If he wanted a horse to turn in a certain direction l:e would pull a rein. If h- want d a boat to turn in tile same dii-ectio.i lie would have to pull the long rope la the other hand. He was not long getting :h. hang ot 't. and then had no troiibl'-. John always was popular with the the ladies and after li" got so he- could handle a boat he was even more so. and had his c hoice of the fair ones c n the Island for a sailing companion Last Sunday afternoon lie cum -aided i.. take a sail and invited a beautiful na tive daughter of the golden we.-t lo accompany him. She was only too glad to go. and they had a pleasant sail. As is well known Sailing is a hungry sort of a job, and as in al time approached the couple thought it visj to return to land, having taken no pro visions along. As they approach.) ' landing place they not I I there was quite a crowd on nhore walchliiM. 'I'll.' boat was coming In on the Htai'hoar.l tack, and John u prepared to mak' a brilliant Inilding for the benelit of li ladies on the shore, and for the hencli' of some of the old shellbacks hi- H.nv there who had been making fUU of h ' abilities as a sailor. The yolillg lady was sUiiuIIiir up and evi-yih;n win lovely. As they appivaehi-d the land ing place John Haw thai li wnlt'd have to shift the tiller a little to reach th light place, and just lie n l.e forgot he was riding a boat, not a bro.ico, II shifted the tiller the Wrong Way. lit boat went up ItHO the Wind and the Mil (tyhed. As the boom swept across t boat it caught the young lady, as ore of 'the shellbacks said. "A little abafl of midships," and carried her "r t -side of the lioal out Into the water. Her VOiUil.hitHiK skirts kept her alloat but her scream indicated she was not a consumptive. John plunged ovei'b irr.l to her rescue, lotting the boat go whet'.' it would. He U nut imirh of a swin nier. and it wni rtcVe. nl rods to shnr : tie made liepehlate efforts to swim and support the fair one. but at one time it looked as though they would both s nk The ladies on the shore screamed lor help, but the old she'll). icks ..n'y grinned and would not lift a hand to rescue the drowning ones. Finally one of thciil Walked down to the edgv of the Wiitel- and yelled. "Stand up straight.'' John quit swimming and stood up. when he found the vatir was not wai-t deep. He picked up the native daugh ter and carried her to shore, where he secured a carriage to conduct her to the ho fell The next day he concluded to Visit Los Angeles, a town he has a -ways wanted to see. His I-ordsburg friends on the island, Mr. and Mis. O. U. Smith and Mr. anil Mrs. W. H. Small, said.it was a judgment on him to'- going sailing on Sunday. Dyspepsia Can be Cured by Using Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. One little Tablet will give immediate relief or money refunded. Sold in handsome tin boxes at 25 cents. Ben L. Bear, -wholesale and retail druggist. Phoenix, Ari zona. THE KLONDIKE MINE Huntington Mill Ordered For a Good Arizona Prospect. Thoinas M. Drennan, ex-clerk of th. Indian agency at Parker, returned te Ccntly from Chicago, w ht re h - ordered a three anil one-half foot Huntinga n mill and concentrator for his Kloii.lyke mine, which is situate above and across the Colorado river from Parker. The mill has already been shipped and Will by installed by the first of Seo tii uber. Mr. Drennan almost Ullipic stioiiablv has a sooil gold proposition. lie h is been developing the property for -i Cf'iiple of years, and now has eight mca at Work geiting out ore. K-cvnt:y he associat.d with himself his hro.h-r. John G. Drennan. and Mr. Si 'n-y F. Andrews, both of Chicago. They are preparing to Incorporate on a solid basis, under the laws of Arizona. The Klondyk.-'s vein ci ops for a dis tance of 1.2U0 feet, and shafts haw be en sunl'i at intervals the entire length, showing the sam.' character of ore throughout. Tile- deepest Woking are seventy-live fc V. two holes having b -c a fcunk to this depth, while theie are many others of less consideration. Al together over 1.0UO feet of work ha; been done on the property. The veL;i is not w'de. but clearly defined and per fectly in place, and the ore is high grade. Several small shipments for mill tests have been made, which nec ted good returns and showed the prop r method of extrac ting the values. The ore is but about forty per cent, f re . which nec essitates the use of a concen trator. Mr. Drennan went to Los Ang les, where he purchased wagons, teams, etc., for freighting from the railroad to the Klcindyke. Yuma Sun. . DI FFK 'I'LT T I M E-K E E PING. Miss Mary KingsL-y. who receatlv died at Simontown. where she had been nursing fever-s:vieken Boers at ihe military hospital, is b-st known t Americans by her African explora tions. She was not only a brave but a merry lady. Who never shrank from a jest a', her own expense when her ad ventures had been comic, but laughed away praise when they had been he roic, and who found unfailing amuse ment in the absurdities and childish nesses f the negroes in Africa, to whom, hcw . ver, she was a sympathet ic friend. She once related an effective little anec lole of the ie.urn lo his own coun try cf an Englishman who had been s ven years absent, in Africa. He was as undemonstrative as most Knglish men. but no sooner ha 1 he landed e n ;he wharf in Liverpo 1 than he lliv at and in. idly embraced a pce-unian, to thai officials embarras-nient and dis may. It was simply his greeting to -tllization. for whic h in his home sick ey s the pos uian stood. In her own eyes. -Miss Kingsley once declared, the type i f c-iviliza ioii of the manifold achievement which set so wide a gulf between our" race and .he savag,: was a powe rful and perfect locomotive en gine. Indeed there could be few things fur ther removed than a locomotive from the native African's comprehension. He does not take readily to much sim pler mechanism to idling time by a c h c-k. f u- in.-i.Hiice. once on board an African river steamer Mis- Kingsley I'.ad rOtired early and was settling sleepily to rest, when she heard some one speaking lo the native watchman in an adjoining room: "You sabe (i o'clockv When them long arm cal :i thorn place, and them short arm ca.cli them place, you call me ui tile morning time." There was a short silence in the sa loun: then: "You sail, .i o'clock'.' When lliein long arm -af h lli.-m plac e-, anci them .-hurl arm c Helen them place, you call me in tile morning time." Another sil:i ,e. and again- "Y'r.u sabe half-past 5 o'c-l.ic-k? When ".hem long arm" and so on it went un til each pa.-senger had pointed out the prop r sp.. t on the clock dial, which the obs-ei-vani! native; who nevertheless could not tell tim?. woulrt remember t no.ice.'and call him. , One old chief did learn to tell tim ; but he ha 1 trouble with his clock, the weights cf which were wrong, so that it was much to , fa--'.. He brought it f ack in indignation and grief ' to the Kngii-h salesman: "You do nie bad too much." he com plaint .1. "You no sabe him clock you done sell me? When I look him clock it no he today: it he tomorrow." The Weight Were readjusted and it was whh dllHculty he was cnnvhic d his mysterious '.iim.piet e would no longer be able to shorten the days of his existence by half, as he had feare 1. Youth's Companion. MINING CAMP ItOYYS. There are about 1:5 men at work on tile properly of the Exposed Reef com pany ill Cart's canyon in th-- Hua chueaB, and but few infrue'iJor.a of the law are reported from there, llowevi r. last week two events occurred which are of serious concern and have eel the machinery of the law in motion, r. -suited in the filing of two criminal charge against two of the miners at work there. One of the mineis, be lieved to have become enraged at his discharge, sought vengeance "n th ' foreman of the mine an 1. the latter claims, was attacked without warning and brutally assaulted before he could offer any resistance. This case will be aired before Justice Sinister tomorrow. Another miner is charged with run ning things as suited his fancy and in forcing his orders from behind the business end uf a Winchester. Th latter, however, has also been arrested and will be given an opportunity to ex plain to Justice Shuster on Monday. T ombstone Prospector. THE FIRST QI'AKREL. The Bride (from Chicago) This is my fourth bridal tour. The Bridegroom Well. I hope it will be your last one. The Bride (bursting into tens) You selfish thing. Town Topics. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CON VENTION. Headquarters Republican Territorial Central Cimmiuee: Tucson, Arizona, August 22, 1!00. -TO THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF ARIZONA: A convention of delegates of the re publican part of the Territory of Ari zona is hereby called to meet in the City ef Phoenix, at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the September 24. 1900. for the follow ing purposes: 1st. The nomination of a Delegate to Congress. 2nd. The selection nf a Territorial Republican Central Committee. 3rd. The transac tion of such other business as may properly come before it The baids of representation will be one delegate for each fifty votes and lor every fraction cf votes over twenty five cast for Hon. Alex. O. BVodie for Delegate to Congress in November. isas: therefore tie as follows: the representation will Brodie Vote. No. Del. A pache count Coconino oouir.y . . . Cochise county .... Gila c unty Graham county .... Maricopa county .. M have county Navajo county Pima county Pinal county Santa Cruz county. Yavapai county Yuma county 264 464 G 643 13 r.v-j s r.2i v) 1.743 is c 339 7 4l 13 273 193 4 1.404 2S VO T Total numb.r of Delegates . ..147 ! Proxies will be recognized only when I presented by a voter who i a resident of the county fr m which the same is ' issued. I Ail railroads have been asked to I make a reduc. d rate for this conven tion and if no such rate is in force when I delegates leave for the convention they should take receipts for money paid jand the rentier can probably be ar ranged at Pho nix fur returning free. A full attendance of delegates Is earn estly desired, as well as the presence of representative republicans from every part cf the territory. CHAS. R. DRAKE. J. KNOX CORBETT. Chairman. Secretary. You Should Examine Them ! Men and CliiMrens' Fall aud Win ter Suit?, all size? and prices to suit the times. A. HUNSAKER, SESA, ARIZONA. U AU-f 0 Get our prices. We handle :he best groceries at 'he following prices: '. pound-'. A:'!iuckle-s ootTee-. $1: 3 pounds b-'t rice, 2-"o: 1" potin is tir.e M-egon spuds, 2-lc: P i f, ctieen Drips. .".Ho: 3-gal-lein pail Hill's pickles, $1.2.".; pure cidar vinegar. 40o; best tomatoes, 2 e-uns 25c-; best corn. 2 cans 2jc. NOVELTY STORF, Flrtt Door West of Postottice, MESA, ARIZONA r; CUM MINUS tkmie J Is ABSOLUTELY PURE, i Something nice for nice people (trade) Bathotenc (mark) (makes you clean) Use In plce of soap for all toilet purpoes. Sold at Drug stons, 24 cents one pound box. Turkish facecloth free with each box. See large adrertisemcDt Sunday issue this paper, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homesteau Application No. 2094.) Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Tucs-.n, Arizona, Aug. 20. 1900. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the dis trict court at Phoenix. Arizona, en Monday, September iti. li'tiO. viz: Thomas .1. Walker, of Phoenix. Ari zona, for kits :l and I, and K. s SAY. U. Sec. 21. Twp. 2 N., Pange 1 K.. Gila and Salt Iliver Base and Meridian. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon j anil cultivation cf said land, vi.: llusi-a C. Greenhaw. Albert A. Cham pion, John Daniels and Charles Pen dergast. all of Phoenix. Arizona. MILTON li. MO'iRK, Register. First publication Aug. 22, 1M00. CALL F.JU flKPTJ BLICAN COl'NTY CONVENTION. I Pursua-t to a resolution a-lupted by i the rope... ican central committee of Maricopa county, August 16, at a meet Mng of the committee called for that I purpose, the republicans of Maricopa j county are hereby called to meet in I delegate convention at Dorris theater, I l'hoenix, Arizona, Saturday, September S, 1W0 at 9 o'clock a. m., for the pur pose of selecting delegates to the ter ritorial convention and to nominate county ollic. is and for the transaction of any olher business that may corr.e before said convention. The basis of representation shall be I one delegate for each precinct and one delegate tor every fifteen votes, anci it there be an-excess of eight votes in any precinct over a multiple of fifteen then an additional delegate for such excess cast for Alex O. Brodie for congress in Noember, 1S9S. The primaries for the selection of delegates to the county convention shall be held on Monday, September 3. The polls shall be open trom 11 a. m. to S p. m. in Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa precincts; in all other precincts from 12 m. to 4 p. m. The test of the right to vote shall be: Are you a Republi can? Do you reside in .the precinct in which you offer to vote, and have you been a resident, of this precinct for period of thirty days prior to this da'.e? Resolved, further, that the chairman and secretary of the county central committee appoint inspectors antl judges for the vai ious precincts. The following ari hereby appointed: Phoenix, First precinct (east) In spector. D. P. St. John; judges, Al Gaipin, John Gray. Phoenix, Second pkecinct (east) In spector, J. H. Kibbey; judges, J. W. Frakes. J. M. Aitken. Fhoenix, First precinct (west) In spector, J. D. Monihon; judges, F. H. rarker. J. W. Walker. Phoenix, Second prc-cinot (west) In spector, Joe Fifield; -judges, William Evans. Clarence Frenc h. Tempe Inspector, J. T. Priest; judges. Howard Wood, .W. E. HuUen. Mesa Tnspecor A. C. McQueen: judges, William Kimball, .William New ell. Lehi Inspector, II. Simrkins; judges, Ben Noble, Samuel Steel. Highland Inspector. C. Davidson. Alma Inspector. C. W. V-n.t. Orme Inspector, W. H. Brown. Cartwright Inspechor, R. J. Cart- wright, j Alhambra Inspector. George Carr; i judges, W. A. Goodlandor, Julius Gow- ; l-tt. ! Glendale Inspector, V. E. Messinger; I judges,. W. H. Hamilt'in, W. H. Adams. Peoria Inspect or K. A. Tuckey; i judge, H. C. Mann. Johnstone Inspector, W. J. Murphy. . Buckeye Inspector, J. S. . Day; . judges, W. W. Jones. Al W. Hid. j Coldwater Inspector, J. M. Van Horn. Arlington Inspector, Taylor; judge, Stewart Chapln. Gila Bend Inspector, Luther Kalten bach. Agua Caliente Ir.spec.or. H. H. Travis. ' i 1 Ilillll Cave Creek mi"k. Inspector, E. P. McCot- If you want your money's worth, and the best service in the city, take your meals at the Mesa RestailTQUt. Don't forget the place, Peterson Building, Mesa, Arizona. raRS. W. T. IiIPSCOMB, Pfop. A. d . P ETrno I Lno. WHEAT, BARLEY, ALFALFA, GRAIN HAY '"IS1, CEREALS. Special prices on lSTjr eontyaciSK ' Correspondence Bolic'ted Try Our New - OIL STOVES Just the Thing for Summer WilburMullen Hardware Company BIG BARGAINS in Hats. We are closing out our Hats at a reduced price. Must make room for fall st c k. ('nine early and set your choice. B. M. JOHNSON & BKOS. MESA, 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 v. Mesa. Tn4ff ail McDowell Inspector, Joe McHenry. Wiekenburg Inspector, John Bacft tiger; judges, George Sanders, Harry Cowell. Riverside Inspector, H. F. Van Fassen. ' Verde Inspector, James Keating. Meridian Inspector, E. K Buiar. Seottsdale Inspector, Dan McDer mott. Morristow n Inspector, H. N. Cox; judges, J. Q. Adams, r. A. Phillips. Isaac Inspector, J. D. Crabb. Osborn Inspector. J. M. Creighton; judge. J. C. Phillips. Madison School District Inspector, F. W. Donn. Murphy School District Inspector. Jordan Inspector. W. W. Dobson. Fowler Precinct No. 43 Inspector, Gates Fowler. Broadway Inspector. T. L. Short. Kyrt-ne Inspector, C. c. Jones. Frog Tanks Inspector, A. D. Mc Ginnis. New River Inspector, TV. W. Cook. Phoenix Mine Inspector. William Widmer. Wilson's Crossing Inspector, . Creighton Inspector, C. M. Etter. The apportionment is as follows: Delegates. Phoenix, 1st precinct (east) Phoenix, 2d precinct (east)... Phoenix, 1st precinct (west)... Phoenix, 2d precinct (west) . Teiripe Mesa Lchi Highland Alma . Orme Cartwright Alhambra ..17 ..16 ..23 ..19 ..14 ..13 Glendale I pe0ria Johnstone 2 Buckeye 3 Culdwater 1 Arlington 2 Gila Bend 2 Agua Caliente 1 Cave Creek 2 McDowell 2 Wiekenburg 2 Riverside " - Meridian 2 Morristown 2 Isaac 1 Osborn 2 a I Madison School District 1 Murphy School District 1 Jordan 1 Fowler Precinct No. 45 1 Broadway 1 Verde 1 Kyrene ..... 1 Frog Tanks 1 New River 1 Phoenix Mine 1 Wilson's Crossing 1 Creighton 1 Scortsdale 2 Total delegates 139 R solved, That no proxies be allowed in the convention unless such proxies be voted by a person residing in the preecinc-t leprese-nted. Phoenix primaries will be held in the following places: East Phoenix precinct No. 1, corner Third street ami Washington (Arizona bakery.) i E;yt Phoenix precinct No. 2, city hall. I West Phoenix precinct No. 1, corner Second avenue and Washington street j (Abstract office.) I We si l'hoenix precinct No. 2. Wall ' street (Judge Johnstone's office,) j All other voting places wiil be desig i nated by the inspectors in their re ! spective precinc ts. A. E. HIN'TON. j T. J. PRESCOTT, Chairman. . Secretary. PROBATE COURT. In the Probate Court of Maricopa County Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of John E. Aycrs, Deceased. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. T ii.njii.inc t- thia ("".lin-t 1 V" t Vl f TP - j . , '"" ,.,..,, H r,i,i h E. J. Bennitc. administrator of the esta;e of John E. Aycrs, deceased, that it is necessary to sell the whole of t,he real estate of said decedent to pay the debts of decedent and the expenses and charges of administration, and to close i out said es-tate and permit of the dts- Tempe, Arizona WHOLESALE SCALER 1 ARIZONA. charge of said administrator and his bondsmen, as there appears to be no heirs in said estate; It is therefore ordered by this Court tnat all persons interested in the esta'.o f said deceased appear before the said Prooate Court on Monday, the 17th day of September, A. D., lftOfl. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court room of said Court, at the court house in the city of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Territory of Arizona, to show cause why an order should' not be granted to said administrator to sell so much --f the eaid real estate as shall be necessary, and that a copy of this order be published four successive weeks In The Arizona Itepublican, a newspaper printed and published in the said County of Maricopa. Dated August IT. 1900. X. A. MORFORD, Judge of the Probate Court. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION. In the Probate Court of Maricopa County, Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of James Roarke, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that William Roarke, appearing by Frank Cox and C. F. Ainsworth, his attorneys, and John Roarke and R. W. Baxter, Bryan Roarke and ' " vster, heirs appearing by Thomas . ntrong, Jr., their attor ney, have filel .. this court an amend ed etitloi J e removal of the ad n -'-.'slralrix . .jie estate and that the will be i-c'ci- I on Wednesday, the jlh day of Septemoer, A. D., 1!)00, at 10 o'clock in fr a m., of said day, at the court ror v ' vaid court, in Phoe nix, county ;.' .' . ":opa, territory of Arizona, and i , Kins interested in said estate are . Ce ried then and there to appear and .' cause, if any they have, why the pi-iyer of said petitioner should iiot lo granted. N. A. MORFORD, Clerk. By NED CREIGHTON, Deputy Clerk. Dated August 2, 1900. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION. In the Probate. Court of the County of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of Finla L. McClure, Deceased. ' Notice is hereby given that H. B. Wilkinson ha3 llld in this court a peti tion for the probate of the last will and testament of said deceaned and the issuance cf letters of administration with the will annexed and that the same will be heard on Friday, the 31st day of August, A. D., 1900, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said court, in Phoenix, County of Maricopa, Territory of Ari zona, and all bersons interested, in esaid estate are notified then and there to appear and si v "'ve. if any they have, why the . . said petitioner should not b '.. Dated Aug j 000. N. . ) P. FORD, Clerk. By NED CR .- ON, Deputy. Proposals for School Buildings. De partment of the Interior. Office of In dian Affairs, Washington, D. C Au gust G. 1900. Sealed proposals endorsed "Pr.;po?als for S. hool Buildings, Pice Station. San Carlos Agency,'' and ad dressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, will be re ceived at this office until two o'clock p. m. or Monday, September 10, 1900, for furnishing and delivering the necessary materials and labor required in th? construction and completion at Rica Station School, a stone building for em ployes' quarters and a stone warehouse, in strict accordance with the plans, specifications and instructions to bid ders, which may be examined at this office, the Builders' and Traders' Ex change, Omaha, Nebraska; the Build ers' and Traders' Exchange, Milwau kee, Wis.; the Northwestern Manufac turers' Association of St. Paul, Minn.; the office of The Arizona Republican of Phoenix, Ariz.; the Arizona Star of Tucson, Ariz., and the San Carlos Agency. For additional information apply to this office or to W. J. Nickolson, acting U. S. Indian Agent, San Carlos, Ari zona. W. A. JONES, Commissioner. . Proposals for Addition to Building, Lockers, lee Plant, Sewer and Building Materials, Tools, Machinery, etc. U. 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 undersigned at Phoe nix, Arizona, will be received at this school until two o'clock p. m. of Mon day, August 27, 1900, for furnishing the necessary materials and labor re quired to construct and complete an addition to the pump and boiler house at the school ;a complete ice making plant; 230 clothing lockers;, a Shone ejector and other sewer improvements; about 90.000 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 obtain, d upon application to the undersigned. Bidders will state clearly in their bidt 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 re.-idence of the bidder, made payable to the order of the Com missioner of Indian Affairs, for at least live 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 re turned to the bidder. Bid", accompanied by cash in lieu of cerfiotl check will not be considered. Foe any additional information apply to S. M. M'COWAN. Superintendent. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 22"0. 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 befor: 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. V. Sec. 7, T. 1 S., R. 2 W., G. & S. It. 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. XOl.l.'S FOR PUBLICATION". (Homestead Application No. 2314 ) Department of the Interior. Land O.Tic e. at Tucson, Arizona, July 28, 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 i 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 county, Arizona, for the S. W. Sec. 33, T. 3 N., R. 1 E., G. & S. R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation pt said lr.nd. viz., Rich ard A. Tuckey, Fred A. "Woolsey. Ira A. Moore and Benjamin Steinburger, all of Peoria, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication July 30," 1900. 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 fol lowing named settier has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in proof 1)1 be made before the Clerk of support of her claim, and that said the District Court at Phoenix, 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. 14, N W. , 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. MILTON 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. BREAD Basis of Strength. Bread ! Good Bread ! 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