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TTIE AHIZOXA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1900.
accompanied by mucous patches in the mouth, erup Hair Fans tions on the skin, sore throat, copper colored splotches. Allt swollen glands, aching muscles ill! and hones, the disease is making , V rapid headway, and far worse symptoms will follow unless the hlood is "promptly and effectually cleansed of this Violent destructive poison. S. S. S. is the only safe and infallihle cure for this disease, the only antidote 'for this specific poison. It cures the worst cases thoroughly and permanently. Ma Condition Could li"..." SiV& i a Poison. I tried 'Have Been No worse. did me no rckmI ; I was getting worse all the ' time; my hair came out. ulcers appeared in tnv . throat and mouth, my body was almost covered with copper colored splotches and offensive ores. I suffered severely from rheumatic pains In my shoulders and arms. My condition could have been no worse ; only those afflicted as I was ran understand my sufferings. I had about lost all hope of ever being well again when I aeciuea to irv &. . ?., but must confess I had ! little faith left in any medicine. Afser taking the third Dottle I noticed i a change in my condi tion. This was truly en couraging, and I deter mined to give 8. S. S. a thorough trial. From that time on t be improve ment was rapid ; S. S. S. seemed to have the dis ' ease completely under 1 control ; the sores and ! ulcers healed and 1 was soon free from all signs I of the disorder : I have Kh n Eirnnff and hn It hv ever Since. I,. W. Smith. l.ock Boy. 6u, Noblesville, Ind. is the only purely vege table blood purifier known, f I , ooo is loitered for proof that it contains a particle of 'mercury, potash or other mineral poison Send for our free hook on Hlood Poison ; it contains valuable information about fthis disease, with full directions for self 1 treatment. ' We charge nothing for medl 1 cal 'advice ; cure yourself at home. , THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. I SOUTH SIDE. t TEMPE. I" Professor Georgv Frizz.-ll, principal of the Tempe public school, aicompa iiied b;.- his family, returned Wednes day from the coast, where tln-y spent "the summer. Miss Cecil and Master Otlo t'onscr last night gave a party M tli-ir many young Temiv friends al their home east of town. A variety of ilaiuiy re freshments were served and the young host and hostess proved delightful en tertainers. Miss Jessie Marion Smith is expeetr-l in front Presc-ott tomorrow morning. W. A. Coy has been appointed prin cipal of it he liural school. Mi.-B Hattie Curamings returned to Tempe yesterday after a summer's de lightful visit with "friends in California. Stacy 1'enn is back from the final country. He will s;ay till after the "big picnic next Monday. A young man was tried in Justice Tomlinson's court yesterday ohaig.d -with making a " gun play" in East Tempe night before last. He was, however, acquitted on the mounds of self defense. C. Rush came in yesterday from Wal nut Grove. He was accompanied by ihis son, Oscar Rush, who will enter the normal. Mr. Rush left again last night for his home in Walnut Grove. Broadway Ai Moeur yesterday got in u large shipment of poods, including normal sfhool stationery and school books. Mrs. A. J. Peters, accompanied by her sister, Miss Mitlie Jordan, arrived in Temue yesterday from h r old home in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. William Goodwin on Wednesday evening gave a liule re ception al their home in honor of Al bert Aus.;in of Tucson. Wolf Sachs returned vest ,-rday from his 'trip with cattle to Denver. Mi.- Jenkins is expected in from Presc-Jit this morning. She will b- the guest of the Hartstield home nnj will attend the normal this winter. Mr?. Averill, one of the norma! school teachers, has arrived. The Misses Dowdle gave a delightful parly to a few . f their friends Wednes day night. Refreshments were served nnd a good time reported by the guests. Those preSLnt were: Mist-s Mertha Wilson, Maud Wilson, Clara Wilson. Mollie Dowdle and Anna. Dowdle, and M:ssr.-. Je-ter Hawts. Bert Morgan. Er nest Corbell. Leslie Senrt and Mert Stewart. The Tempe brass band is g King the Odd Fellows' hall into fine ?hape for the dani'e to be given at tip- end of the day's gaiety r.?xt Monday. They will get the best music obtainable and with 'the fine floor of the Odd Fellows' build ing a. !ine social dance is anticipated by all. Tempe will on the day of the big picnic present a busy siuht. for Do You buy Groceries for Cash? If so, trade with us, for we seli for CASH ONLY, and guarantee to save YOU MONEY. E. F. Kellner's Store i'i SOUTH CENTER STREET. preparations a:e being made for one of the largest picnics ever held in the valhy. Rev. V. C. Whitaker announces that Sunday ami af-.er. the regular Sab- th services f the Baptist church will be kept up -and 'time for preach- lg and Sunday ti-ho 1 will-be the same s usual. There will be a dance at the home f J. E. RLdden tonight. Good music and refreshments will be m order. MESA. Mrs. J. D. I.oper and Iua Pomeroy went to Gold field yesterday for a few days' outing. The Me.-a restaurant is still serving very attractive and wholesome meats. District Attorney Flannigan of Phoe nix was a visit r on legal business in Mesa ' sterday. All should bring or sen. their chil dren to the matinee on Saturday to ew "Borrowed I'ntil Midnight." School wi'l soon start, when these amuse ments will bp partially prohibited. The pity is full of comedy and good points. Mr. L. Looncy has now entirely re covered from his attack of pneumonia, and went to Phoenix last night. A grand ball will be given tonight In Co-op. hall, it has been some time since the young people hae had a dance in Mesa and a good crowd is an ticipated. The Mesa bras.- ban fur nishes the music. The democrats nf Mesa hell a cau cus Wednesday night and after ad Is play of oiauory and a thorough canvas of the work bef re them, . eighteen names were listed from which to Select nine delegates to the county conven tion at the primari"? September 1. Those c'nos.n were: Orley Stapley, R. M. Wallace. J. E. Dran . Sr.. H. L. Chandler, W. K. P.owen. W. .1 LeCaron, G. W. Lewis, J. H. Pomeroy. J. G. Pcleison, T. 1. Pabin. C. H. Connolly. W. H. Allen. J. R. Standage. William Bin ton. Joseph Rogers. Thomas Cur tf w. George Ellsworth. On motion it was decided thai the tickets be printed in regular form. The factional feeling feared at the caucus was absent, and there are good prospects of all parties getting iKitvn to good worl'. for the party. Q.'ii.e ait intere-t was manifested in Justice Poinc-ny's court. yesterday. Judg- Woy has contended since the council passed the dog tax law that the statute as illegal and that he would not pay the tax. Marshal Daley de cided f. lies: "the legalky of the law. The first thing to do was to catch the dog trespassing on the .-acred domains of the city, and when this i vidence was obtain, d Judge Woy was approached for the tax. He r.-'fuscd to pay it and the case was breugh: before Justice Pom -toy. Evidence of Marshal Daley's and i witness was p reset! l. .1 proving that the dug had 1 re-passed. Judge Woy asked that the cas,J be dismissed on ur.sumVicnt evidence. Justice P m emy thought differently and put a fine of SlTi against the judge, who 'thereupon appealed the case ; the district court and gave bind to the amount of $.10. This .-a-v promises to be an interesting one and will forever settle '.he dog iieetion in Mesa. PEOPLE'S PARTY CONVENTION'. All members of the people's party of Maricopa c unty are reiiuef'-ed to meet in mass convention at Dorris hall in Plioeiiix. Arizona, on Thursday, tho i:v.h day of September, 1900. at 10 o'clock a. m. The put pose of the meet ing will be, in part, to determine upon the plac ing in the field of a people's party ticket to be voted for at the com ing fall election. Other matters of vast importance will be brought before the convention for its consideration and disposal. A full delegation from all parts of the county is earnestly ex pected. , G. W. WOY. Chairman County Committee. T. J. JAMES, Secretary. GENERAL CAUCUS CALL. By reason of a general expression of opinion of the members of the county central committee resident of 'the sev eral Phoenix precincts and other re publicans, it is suggested and recom mended that meetings be held in the various precincts of Phoenix on th-j ::ist day of August, 19H0. at S o'clock p. m.. for the selection of candidates for delegates to the ensuing county con vention to be voted for at the pri maries on the 3d day f September. 1900. It is further suggested that the committeemen resident of the several precincts provide for the place of meet ing of such caucuses. A. E. HINTON, T. J. PRESCOTT, Chairman. Secretary. NOTICE OF CAUCUS CALL. Republicans of East Precinct No. 1. Phoenix: At uh suggestion and in ac cordance with the recommendation of ihe chairman of the republican eentrnl committe of this county, we fix the Gardiner office, corner Second and Ad ams streets, as the place, and Friday NEW GUINEA-MEXICAN SOLD MINES CORPORATlOrs MVIOll HOW ltl). Pre-I.lrnt, HIKI K II.KI.0., Maunder. 10 ", MONTHLY DIVIDENDS On Present isst E $250,000. TO PHOVIDK Fon ixrnEAt-KD wohkim; expexses. llliirka of ntoek In the iitiove now brins sold a l er -.Imr-. ftill pnid nilrt niin-OMM-tiMl-. piv liia nn oriliimry dividend of .' per -enl.ier nionli nnd nn interim hotitt of 5 per eent. ( The ad, vance reports of the r.ia nauenieiit lustily tin .on tin 11:1 nee of 11 total 10 per cent, per niontl until hHii when the bonus only may relist ornfew mouths to allow el further dee I evnl developments.) V" lenllion allotted To moid fxeliano reinitlnnreM niit lie Bent i dollar bilU liv mail. Sloekre-purelinsed. IMvi drndtoii lilOOmockniid uliioe thai miiuinil pnh weekly it' denired holders of Btoek helow 101 lionlliiv. Ilividenda liv our!ier. Mlllnll armaillt remitted in en-.li or hilln. (Iil-ninl iuieatineu onvover ftOO per cent, per annum.) ' .The object ot this issue is to Immedintel: ;ontrol :iu no-reused developine"! Iiinii.an .n return togive tlio pulilie a histhly luen tive Investment, combined Willi a lev priced leaiiimnielv rliiis stock, 11 n fleeted b broking or 'chance" iioinipuliitions. fm of the corporation's property is sltinited i the heart of the Indian's country on th boundary of Southern Mexico, sonic or th workings date from the sixteenth cciitur; and are neld by private ownership mill: agreements with the corporation. The resources have only heen tapped by loi patience and a special arrangement wit the Indians. Provided there is no politic disturbance of these regions and amp workingcapital for extensions. Ihe supply the precious metal should be perennial. Applications, with remittances, mimes nn addresses to the Treasurer, New-Guiiu Mexican Gold Wines Corporation, Four! Floor, W Wall Street, New York. App' cations will only he entertained strictly i accordance with priority of receipt. - evening, August 31, at S o'clock p. m.. as the 'time for a meeting of the re publican voters of this precinct to se lect candidates for delegates to the en suing county convention, to be voted for on September 1900. Dated at Phoenix this 27th day of August, 1900. JOHN GRAY. T. J. PRESCOTT. Committee of that Precinct. NOTICE OF CAUCUS CALL. To the Republican Voters of West Precinct No. 1. Phoenix: In accordance with the suggestion and the recom mendation of the chairman of the re publican county central committee, Fri day evening at 8 o'clock p. m. at tip! abstract office, corner of Washington and Second avenue. Is the time and place fixed f ir a meeting of republican voters r.f this precinct to select candi dates for delegates to the ensuin;,- re publican county convention, to bj voted for en September 3, 1900. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, G. D. GRAY', C. W. CTIOUSE, A. J. EDWARDS. W. C. FOSTER. F. H. PARKER. Committee of said Precinct. NOTICE OF CAUCUS CALL,. Republicans of Ea?t Precinct No. 2. Phoenix: At the suggestion and in ac cordance with the recommendation f the chairman of the republican central committee of this county we lix the city hall as the place and Friday even ing, August 31. at 8 o'clock p. in., as the time for a meeting of 'the republi can voters of this precinct to select candidates for delegates to the ensuing county convention, to be voted for on September 3. 1900. Dated at Phoenix this 27th day of August, 1900 ,T. W. FRAKES. HARRY It. TRITLE. JOSEPH II. KIBEEY. Commiteermn of that Precinct. NOTICE OF CAUCUS CALL. To the Republicans of Weft Precinct No. 2. Phoenix: According to th sug gestion and recommendation of the chairman of the republican county cen tral committee we fix Friday evening of August 31, 1900, at 8 p. m.. as the time, and the court house as the place for a meeting of the republican voters of this precinct to select candidates for delegates to the county convention to be voted for on September .3. 1900. Dated at Phoenix. August 27. 1900. J. W. WALKER. C. W. CALDWELL, A. E. HINTON, W. A. WATTS. AVILLIAM EVANS. Precinct Committee. CALL FOR REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the republican central committee of Maricopa county, August 1G. at a meet ing of the committee called for that purpose, the republicans of Maricopa county are hereby called to meet in delegate convention at Dorris theater. Phoenix, Aiizona, Saturday. September S, 1900. at 9 o'clock a. m., for the pur pose of selecting delegates to the ter ritorial convention and to nominate county officers and for the transaction of any other -business that may come before said convention. The basis of representation shall be one delegate for each precinct and one delegate for every fifteen votes, and if 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 November, 1S98. The primaries for the selection of delegates to the county convention shall be held on Monday, September 3. The polls shall be open rrom 11 a. m. to 8 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 a period of thirty days prior to this da'e? Resolved, further, that the chairman and secretary of the county centra! committee appoint inspectors and judges for the vaiious precincts. The following are hereby appointed: Phoenix. First precinct (east) In- A Cordial Invitation Is exlend-d all who desire ;t i buy dry goods at the RIGHT PRICE. Buy where you can get the best goods for the least cash. We aim to sell at bot tom prices. Try us on any line we carry. If prices are right, try us o-.i others, lie convinced that our goods and prices are beyond competition. HUNSAKER, MESA, ARIZONA. JUST ARRIVED A nice line of blankets and quilts and men's furnishing goods at the NOVELTY STORE, Flrt MESA, Door West of Postoffice, ARIZONA . The ICE CREAM you get -AT- CUMMINGS' Is ABSOLUTELY PURE. SOMETHING NICE FOR Nice People (trade) Balhoknc m rk) (makes you clean) Use in place of soap for mil toilet purpoes. Sold at Drug stores, 2 cents one-pound box. Turkish face cloth free with each box. See large advertisement Sunday issue this paper. f spector, D. P. St. John; judges, Al Gaipin, John Gray. Phoenix, Second precinct (east) In spector, J. H. Kibbey; judges, J. W. Frakes, J. M. Aitken. Phoenix, First precinct (west) In spector, J. D. Monihon; judges, F. H. Parker, J. W. Walker. i Phoenix, Second prtcinct (west) In spictor, Joe Fifield; judges, William Evans. Clarence French. Tempe Inspector, J. T. Priest; judges. Howard Wood, W. E. Mullen. Mesa Inspector. A. C. McQueen: Judges, William Kimball, William New ell. Lehi Inspector, II. Simpkins; judges, Ben Noble, Samuel Steel. Highland Inspector, C. Davidson. Alma Inspector, C. W. Pine. Orme Inspector, W. H. Brown. C'artwright Inspector, R. J. Cart wright. Alhambra Inspector, George Carr; judges, W. A. Goodlander, Julius Gow t it. Glendale Inspector, V. E. Messinger; judges, W. H. Hamilton, W. H. Adams. Peoria" ispeetor. R. A. Tuckey; judge, H. C. Mann." Johnsto,c inspector, W. J. Murphy. Buckeye Inspector, J. S. Day; judges, W. W. Jones, Al W. Hill. Coldwater Inspector, J. M. Van Horn. Arlington Inspector, Taylor; judge, Stewart Chapln. Gila Bend Inspector, Luther Kalten bach. Agtia Caliente Inspector, H. H. Travis. Cave Creek Inspector, E. P. McCor- miek. McDowell Inspector, Joe McHenry. Wickenburg Inspector, John Bach tiger; judges, George Sanders, Harry Cowell. Riverside Inspector, H. F. Van Fassen. Verde Inspector, James Keating. Meridian Inspector, E. K. Buk ?r. Scottsdale Inspector, Dan McDer mott. M,orristown Inspector, II. N. Cox; judges, J. Q. Adams, F. A. Phillips. Uaac 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. Kyrcne Inspector. C. G. Jones. Frog Tanks Inspector, A. D. Mc Ginnis. New River Inspector, W. W. Cook. Phoenix Mine Inspector. William Widmer. Wilson's Crossing Inspector, -. Creighton Inspector, C. M. Etter. The apportionment Is as foil' iws: Delega tes. Phoenix, Phoenix. Phoenix, Phoenix, 1st precinct (east) 2d precinct (east).. 1st precinct (west).. 2d precinct (west) .17 .1(1 19 ....14 ....13 Tempe Mesa I.ihi Highland Alma Orme rartwright Alhambra Glendale Peoria Johnstone Buckeye Coldwater Arlington Gila Bend Agua Caliente Cave Creek McDowell Wickenburg Riverside Meridian Morristown Isaac Osborn Madison School District Murphy School District Jordan Fowler Precinct No. 43. Broadway Verde Kyrene Frog Tanks New River If you want your money's worth, and the best service in the city, take vour meals at the Mesa RestaurQUt. Don't forget the place, Peterson Building, Mesa, Arizona. JHRS, W. T. LiIPSCOJWB, Pfop. A. J.PETERS, WHEAT, BARLEY, ALFALFA, GRAIN HAY A"Sor CEREALS. Special prices on large contracts Correspondence solicited Try Our New " Just the Thing for Summer WilburMtillefl Hardware Company MESA BIG BARGAINS in Hats. AVe are closing out our room for fall stock. Come early B. M. JOHNSON & BROS. 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 b. Mesa. Y4If ixS Phoenix Mine 1 Wilson's Crossing 1 Creighton 1 Scottsdale 2 Total delegates 159 Resolved, That no proxies be allowed in the convention unless such proxies be voted by a person residing in the preecinct represented. Phoenix primaries will be held in the following places: East Phoenix precinct No. 1, corner Second street and Adams (Gardiner's office). East Phoenix precinct No. 2, city hall. West Phoenix precinct No. 1, corner Second avenue and Washington street (Abstract office.) West Phoenix precinct No. 2. Wall street (Judge Johnstone's office.) All other voting places will be desig nated by the inspectors in their re spective precincts. A. E. HINTON. T. J. PRESCOTT, Chairman. Secretary. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of 'the TURN AGAIN ARM GOLD MINING COMPANY. We, Shubel M. Moulton, Pliny W. Mc Allister. Merritt D. Hoff. George B. Staddan, Jr., and Joseph H. O'Mallty de-iring 'to incorporate ourselses under the provisions of the laws of the Terri tory of Arizona and especially under ths act of the legislative assembly hereof, entitled "An Act Concerning Corporations, ' approved March 8, 1S87 and all amendments thereto, for 'the purpose of engaging in the business pursuits and occupations hereinafter specified, do make, adopt, subscribe and acknowledge these articles of poration, and hereby declare: 1. The name cf the corporation here-- by formed is the "Turnagain Arm Gold Mining Company," and its principal of fice shall be kept and maintained at the City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Territory of Arizona, and its business may be carried on and its meetings held at SunrSs'e City, in the Territory of Alaska, or at such other place or places in said Territory of Alaska, or in any other state or territory of the United Slates as the board of directors may, by its laws, provide and deter mine. 2. The .time of the commencement of this corporation shall be v'.-.? day of the filing of these articles in the oiuca o the county recorder of the County of Maricopa, in the Territory of Arizona and the termination thereof shall twinty-five (25) years thereafter. be 3. The business to be engaged In and carried on by this corporation is to buy: sell, lease, incumber, or otherwise ae quire, own, use, develop and operat mine? or mining claims, mineral veins lodis, ledges, or deposits of mineral bearing rock. ore. sand or gravel, of every nature and description, to buy, locate and appropriate or otherwise ac quire, divert, control and use water, or the right to the use of waiter, for do mestic uses, hydraulic or other mining purposes, and for power, lighting, manufacturing and any other lawful purposes, and to locate, build, own, use and operate dam?, tunnels, ditches, ca nals, flumes, pipes and reservoirs for the purposes aforesaid; to acquire, use and sell franchises and rights of way, and tto build, own, use and operate roads for the purpose of carrying on said mining business; to buy, locate, or otherwise dispose cf any land, or town sites or mill sites; to erect, maintain and use any mills, hydraulic or other mining machinery, ware, More or boarding houses: to buy and cell mer chandise and carry on a general ship ping and freighting business, with 'full power and authority 'to do any and all acts and things incidental to r.r con venient or necessary in the proper and profitable transaction of the business aforesaid, and 'the same and every thereof to do in the Territory' of Alaska or in anv s-tate or territory of the I'nited States. 4. The capital stock of this cor poration shal be Ten ($10,000,000). divided Million Dollars into ten million shares of the par ($1.00) each. value of one dollar The board of directors shall have full TtafCi Arizona WHOLESALE BCALEB IN OIL STOVES .AJFtlZOTSLA. Hats at a reduced and get your choice. price. Must make ARIZONA. ' power to sell or exchange the shares of the capital stock at par for mines or mineral claims, or for mills, hydraulic planus or other machinery on such terms as they may think best for the interests of the corporation, or to sell the same for cash, but all 'the shares shall be fully paid or when issued and be non-assessable thereafter. 5. The management of the business and affairs of this corporation shall be vested in a board of directors, consist- ng of five persons. Except as herein stated, they shall be selected each year by the stockholders from their number at their annual meeting and shall serve for one year or until their successors are elected and qualified. The following named persons 6hall act as directors until the annual meet ing of the stockholders in the year 1901, o-wit: Shubel M. Moulton, Pliny W. McAllister, Merritt D. Hoff. George B. Staddan, Jr., and Joseph H. O'Malley. 6. The officers of this corporation shall be a president, secretary and treasurer. The president shall be a member of the board of directors, and all said officers shall be chosen by the directors at their first meeting after their appointment or election and shall hold office for one year or until their successors are tlected and qualified. 7. The annual meeting of the stock holders of this corporation shall be held on the first Tuesday In May each year. after the year 190o, at such place as may be designated by the by-lawa. of the time and place of which due notice shall be given to the stockholders. 8. The highesi: amount of indebted ness, direct or contingent, to wnicn mis corporation may at any time dc sud ject, shall be- the sum of one hundred thousand dollars (fl00,000). 9. The stockholders of this corpora tion and their private property shall be exempt from the corporate debts of this corporation. 10. The:e articles may be amended at any annual meeting of the corpora tion by the affirmative vote of two- thirds of all the share then present and voting thereon, provided 'that no tice of the Intended amendment has been given the stockholders, with the notice of the meeting at which such amendment is submitted for action. 11. The board of directors shall have the power to appoint all nec?ssary at-r toraeys, agent and servants of the corporation, and to establish ana amend by-laws, rules and regulations deemed necessary for the management of the business of the company, noOin- consistent with law nd these articles. 12. If anv director cease to be a stockholder, he shall thereby cease to be a director, and any vacancy on the board of directors from ithls or any other cause, shall be filled by the re maining members of the board. In witness whereof, we have hereto set our hands and seals this 13th day of April, 1900. SHUBEL M. JIOVLTON. seal PLINY AV. M ALLTSTER, seal MERRITT D. HOFF. seal GEORGE B. STADDAN, JR. seal JOSEPH H. O'MALLEY. seal In presence of George R. Smith, fc. Elander. State of Minnesota. County of Henne pin, ss. Before me, a notary public wkhin and for Hennepin county, state of Min nesota, on this 13th day of April, 190O. personally appeared Shubel M. Moul ton, Pliny W. McAllister, Merritt D. Hoff. George B. Staddan, Jr., and Jos eph H. O'Malley, known to me to be th3 persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing articles of incorporation, and acknowledged to me that they ex ecuted the same for the purpose and consideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of of fice this 13th day of April. A. D.. 1900.: GEORGE R. SMITH, Notary Public, Hnnepin County, Min nesota. Sta.te of Minnesota, County of Henne pin, ss. I. C. N. Dicker, clerk of the district court for the county of Hennepin, Fourth judicial district of the state oX Minnesota the same being a count of record and having a. serJ, do hereby certify that George R. Smith, whose name is subscribed to the certificate of proof of acknowledgment of the an nexed instrument, was. at the time of taking such proof or acknowledgment. a notary public in and for said county. residing in said county and duly au thorized by ithe laws of sa'id state to take and certify acknowledgments or proofs of deeds of lands in said state that I am well acquainted with the handwriting of the said notary, and verily believe that the signature to the said certificate of proof or acknowledg ment is genuine. In testimony whereof, 1 have here unto set my hand and affixed the seal of said district court, at the city cf Minneapolis, in said county, this 13lh day of April, A. D., 1900. seal C. N. DICKEY, By V. J. SWITZER. Clerk, Deputy. (I. R. stamp 10c.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 2094.) Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Tucson, Arizona, Aug. 20, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-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, on Monday, September 24, 1900, viz: Thomas J. Walker, of Phoenix, Ari zona, for lots 3 and 4, and E. S.W. Sec. 31, Twp. 2 N., Range 1 E., Gila and Saft River Base and Meridian. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Hosea G. Greenhaw, Albert A. Cham pion, John Daniels and Charles Pen dergast, all of Phoenix, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publication Aug. 22, 1900. PROBATE COURT. IB the Probate Court of Maricopa County Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of Jonn E. Avtrs. Deceased. n.-,1.r tn Rhmv Cause Whv Order of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. It appearing to this Court, by the pe tition this day presented and filed by K. J. Bennitt, administrator of the estate of John E. Ayers, deceased, that it is necessary to sell the whole of the real estate of said decedent to pay the debts of decedent and the expenses and charges of administration, and to close out said estate and permit of the dis charge of said administrator and his bondsmen, as there appears to be no heirs in said estate; It is therefore ordered by this Court that all persons interested in the esta'.o of said deceased appear berore the said Probate Court on Monday, the 17fh day of September, A. D.. 1900. 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 cell so much of the said real estate as shall be necessary, and that a copy of thte order be published four successive weeks In Th Arizona Republican, a newspaper printed and published In the said) County of Maricopa. Dated August 17. 1900. N. 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 r-vster. heirs appearing Dy xnomas A mstrong. Jr., their attor ney, have filed .n this court an amend ed "etitior. j e removal of the ad- rv'r.tstratrix r air" estate and that the 3'i.nc will be Verir l on Wednesday, the 5th day of Seplemuer, A. D., 1900, at 10 o'clock in fr a m., of said day. at the court roor.' t said court, in Fhoe nix, county o' J.Tr Iropa, territory of Arizona, and t i 30ns interested in said estate are wd.ded then and there to appear and v cause, if any they have, why the piayer of said petitioner should not ce 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 has lll"d in this court a peti tion for the probate of the last will and testament of said deceased and the issuance of letters of administration with the will annexed and that the same will be heard on Friday, the 31st day of August, A. D., 1990, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said 'lay, at the court room of said court, in Phoenix, County of Maricopa, Territory of Ari zona, and all persons interested, in aid estate are notified then and there to appear and si jv jai'e if any tbey have, why the . ? said petitioner should not bf ri..' .".. Dated Aug-." v la. '900. P.FORD, Clerk. By NED CR2 ON. Deputy. Proposals for School Buildings. De partment of the Interior. Office of In dian Affairs, Washington D. C, Au gust 6, 1900. Sealed proposals endorsed 'Proposals for School Buildings, P.ice Station, San Carlos Agency,"' ami ad dressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, will be- re ceived at this office until two o'clock p. m. of Monday, September 10, 1900, for furnishing and delivering the necessary materials and labor required In thi construction and completion at Rice 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. 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 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. 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. 2411.) Department of the Interior. Land Of fice at Tucson Ariz- July 30, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in proof will be made before the Clerk of support of her claim, and that said the District Court at Phoecix. Ari zona on Tuesday, September 4. 1900, viz., Tensie L. Burris, formerly Tensie L. Harrer, of Buckeye, Arizona, for the S. W. U, N. E. U and S. E. N. W. Sec. 33, T. 1 N., R. 2 W., G. & S. R. B. & M. She names the following wltnees 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. I 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 oil without notice. PHOENIX WATER CO,