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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLIOAN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMttEi:
1900. POlALAN NO UN CEMENTS FOR DISTRICT ATTORMY I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the oflice of district attorney of Maricopa county, subject t" the fcctinn of the republican county conven tion to be held September N. VMM. ARTHUR J. EDWARDS. , I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the oi'ice of district ufo: p-y f Maricopa county, subject to ili. action of the republican county i-.mv-n-tion, to be held September S. 1!"V. THOMAS K. FLA XX H i AN. FOR ASSEMBLYMAN I hereby announce myself as candi date for the assembly, subject to the decision of the republican count y con vention. LEWIS AY. C'DLLIXS. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR ;, I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the oflice of county assessor of Maricopa county, subject to the action of the republican county convention. CHARLES Y. JSARXETT. FOR COUNTY RECORDER I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of county rec. rder of Maricopa county, subject to the action of the republican county convention. L. Y. C C,( ; I XS. I hereby announce myself a- a candi date for the office of county recorder of Maricopa county, subject to th-- notion of the republican county convention, to be held September S. GEORGE A. MACK. FOR PROBATE JUDGE Mil. X. A. MORFORD will be a can didate for probate judge, subject t. the choice of the republican county con vention. SOUTH SIDE. , tkmim:. Professor A. J. Mathews came down from Prescott yesterday, lie was ac companied by three young- ladies. Misses Emma King. Sadie Jenkins and Grace Culver, who will enter the nor mal Tuesday. J. B. McNeil and sister. Miss N. lli McXeil. returned to Temp yestend iy morning. Miss McXeil is one of the teachers in 1he pullic school, which opens September 10. The contagion of the Cot hott-Mof iy rlght struck Tempe Thursday nigh'. Fists and (hairs were freely used, liut no serious damage was im-iimd. Autonia 'eleya. who. for a period, has been employed in th .- '. T. Hayden store, is preparing to open a freneral Tempe mei-chiintilc l the old Joe si ore in E is: Armenia tali.l. He expects to open for husin s ivxi week. Joe Cummings. Mae I'.rowtiinjj. and Clarence Cosner returned Thurslay from 11 summer's online, and vacati ,11 among; the scenic parts of the not ihern part of the territory. Tin y visited, among other places, the Gran i i iinymi. Soda Springs .and the peiritiel forests. They landed in Tempe about :: o'clock 5n the afternoon. About the same time of the day queer and weir..i limbic was heard in town, resembling a snow storm or dust storm, in their gr'atest havoc. TTpon examination it was discovered that it was simply the wind blowing through their whiskers, thai is. the whiskers of the three above n mi d nimrods. Among the wild and f r. ciuiis Arizona animals that stiff, red from tie hands , of these boys eic j:i--k lolibtls, cotton-tails and inuskr.-.is. The republicans h.-l.l their caucus Thursday evening. .1. K. Pi Ice call- -! the meeting to order. .1. J. Iloin.-it was made citairnian. and .1. Vei.st-r Jo'in- son was made secretary T II.- I'oliou- ing names were select-, i 1(, vote up. n at the primaries on Sopti mber ::: a. J. Peters. Thompson Walk. r. .!. Web ster Johnson. W. R. Lewis. John Knight, J. E. Price. C W. Taylor. Jack Harris. J. T. Priest. I- M. S.-hii, c-.nan. J. T. Perry. W. P. Richards n. .1. R. Mullen. Sam Krown. Le Roy E. Hid. J. F. Haigler. W. E. Mullen. Watson Pk-kt tel. A. R Tomlinson, .1. R W lace, A. A. Wa lswort h. Howard W, o Is W. J. Rirchell. Antonio C -lava. Henry lonz.tles, Jnr- Encinas. Ira 1-Ynnk-n-berg. R. ('.. Andre. ;. X. (lag.. I'.rant Oliver. Dr. I. A. Scruggs. W. T. Prow l, C J. t lir.er. Tlieo.ior,. liicKe,.s.n Charles H. J s. A. J. Peters and wite i- i t evening for the coast, wb-r. ers w ill take a few we. ks' Mr. Peters is a hay and g:.i: king and does an inimt ns. which is being ably atteiei-. brother. TV, .1. Pett is, who soi ago turived from Australia. Th. Tempe band is iuteii-'ii a reputation on tht- evening picnic on September if o judge by their preparat fair. They have engaged t lie best in the valley and will mid. ml. shin- many dances to cone-. The firm of Broadway .V Moie r y, terday got in an elegant rubber-tin red bottomed lop buggy, which is nee of the swellcst turnouts on the Souih Side MESA. Mrs. f . P malarial fev A. Hunsalt Drew is .utile ill with I'- i r was a bu-iu.-ss caller al Pho-- tr'.x yesterday. Don't f rget that A. Huus.ik slaughtering summer hats an I summer goods, making room for fall line, whi -h will soon ar;i . Mesa was visited with a light sh all his o er rain Thursday evening, the 1 falling to the east and : :1k lile h. cai II. Mr. Ellings n of Temp from Goldfiel I yesM-rday. a fine rain there last night. Don't forget th- priz. ni: at 2.:io. 1 tring al mg t ii "Pi-icf-s 10 and "'."i i enl- dowt. pons t .day children. : raci i. .n "East Lynn.'' will b. at the M -sa opera hot; t il nig, served seats on sal a t P roy a C. H. Connolly is closing out his sum mer stock at reduced prices t make for winl.-r st ek. Cat ttriees ptr cent. Pon't fail to call in before buying. The trustee.-- are having t'ce well cleaned at the old school house. V. R. P.ullock ami K. M. Col.- are dung the job. Mrs. E. Lewis, wife i f D. I.. Lewis, returned from a few months' visit at St. Johns. Ariz., jvst.-rday. Tht directors . f the .M. sa canal. W L. Slrrine. H. I!. Morris. Jr.. S. Moote. W. J. LeParon and J. A. Stewart, went to Phoenix yesterday ,o attend the water meeting. A. C. lelJueon an 1 wife and son. Donald, leturned fi-on Iron Spring yesterday. Th--y ar loud in their praises of Iron Springs as a summer resort, but are glad t i g t back l Mesa and escape from the frigid north. Democratic primary election today in Mesa at city hall. ! Mr. Y. I:. Lewis and wif - a:il fam- , ily re'nirnei yest-rday from Juarez, J Mexico, wln-re they have be n for the past few months. Mr. Lewis was so well pleased with the country there i that be purchased a plae and has now I come back to sell his property nnJ be- j longing and move to M xi.- . He says j the rain- have been sh-rt there until recently, when a-i abt: .i.Ia uee f rain j has fall. n. Mr. Will Donovan 1. ft for a f w mon'.l-.s' visit at his home on the coast j Thursday. j Rev. ( . J. Ranks and 'family i t- .unit .1 to Mesa yister.b.y. alter n few tic ks' i oiiiing i:i the hiils and i. itll f: i.-nds nr. the north file of the riv. r. R--v. Mr.' Ranks will 1: hi service in th- Raptis' j church a' t' e us-.ia! hmn - Sr.n-iay. ! 4eM49i : NORTH SIDE f Gl. EXHALE, j Karly y stterdav niorrinir r.ie ruaii.- to J l'hoetiix b-uan to till with men on! wh. ; I.-, h r-it.K-k. in Imssi.-s. w ith an 1 I without families. All w--r- :i their way to Rhocl'.ix to att no the water! storage m -ting-sopi with Ideas in their luails. some just to see whet wot Id be done a nil oih is to protest against the liii'f. r- nt plans an ! ideas. Soi f ti'o. from lil-n.'.il- w.-re. R. A. Kov. l r and if-. E. E. Jai k. S. S. Stout. Mr. ami Mrs. I'll s. R. J. List. T. Hawkins a:ni i f . :.n many otlvrs. T!ic win 1 bit w a gale at Gienoalo yesterday a.nr the .jus. tilled the ait. 'I'he wat.-r uag.-n is making daily trips b.-tw n ill -n i i;. ait I the ditch, it b -ing :- a : i -ia for the men 'to get drinking Wat -r. . The bill prsters have be-n out from Phoenix ;:ni ii--e. .va t-,i all th- barns wi-.h bills f Rain's big's;- w to be in Phrer.ix on September The traveling n-.nn for the D. M. Ferry s- d h.r-s of ) i r it. Mich., was iti OU ndal- yf slerday. II-- ci is d up the seed boxes at lb- -.iffere:it -stov.s and shipp-il them to Li s Ang-les To ho refill. d. He says that th y will be back by the loth of Sep ember, so til -people can get seeds for early planting. Mr. Squires has op -n -d a regi-trati in oflice i:i 1". R. D.tbney's store fir lb registrati n of the p c.',.. of this dis--tricl fur th.- Xo-.-etn'oer election. A 1,1-IA M 1 1 R A. Mr. rioocllandcr lias oieiit-'.l a regis tration cilice at his s.ore. M r. Ttuirps in expects to start for th Agua Call r.te .-piiugs in a short time. The evtiiing freight is now carrying a combination passenger and baggage ear for those who 'wish to c me down from Ircn springs by -ayiight. QUESTIONS A XS WEREU. Yes August Flower still has tin largest sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world. Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using any thing else for Indigestion or Bilious ness. Doctors were seaiee and th. y seldom heard of App -n lioiti. Nervous Prostration or Heart failure, etc. They used August Flower to clean out tile system and stop ferm nta-ti n of undi gested food, regulate the action of the liver, stimulate the nervous and or ganic action of the system, and that is all they took when fe dine dt.l! and had vi':h h -adaches and other aches You only ne. d a f -w dos :- of Creen's August Flower, in liouid form, to make you satisfied there 1- nothing serious the matter w ith you. For sale by deal ers in all civilized cotintri.s i-'f; '.jj':j.?'.'-ir2- "i W & "ti-''. Syrup-Figs AcsM-jsnry andfrompty. Cleanses the System Gently and Effectually when bilious or costive. n .... . . , , jixrjfnij jn uie mosi acceptiiDlcrorTt i the Jajratire prjncJpes of plan rs j Anon-n to act most bcieficiay. TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS BUY THE GENUINE MANFD. BY CALIFORNIA flG SYRUPCO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILtE , KY. NEW YORK. N.Y for ssr by dnppsfj - price 50 per boTTe. I I ' i I , I- ... f ! va. -a , ion. 1 J. M MM I to hv ,rs '.vfc-. .. I I , .K ;i-.-'-'" ! Hi- iir- K:.tMvt i .'mtf-Mi Iv out. I Se!i??-:id!,I!3 1 .'.. .1. kmmmmmmi Little Janet notieeti that all the oth ers helped themselves ; mttstard. but none was given tc lur. So. when n-. one was lo king tl.e spread some on her br.-ad and took a big mouthful. Her hand immediately Wert up to In r burnt mouth, but too proud to cry out she only put the bread away, remarking in a voice -that showed tears were near the surface: f "I think I'il wait until that jelly, gets cold." New York Telegraph. o- A motor car has been designed for towing-canal boats. At a recent trial.it towed a heavily-laden barge at th? rate of three mil s an hour with the greatest ease. PEOPLE'S PARTY CONVENTION. All members of the people's party of Maricopa e. unty .lit- renuo.ted to meet in mass convention at Dorris hall in Phoenix. Arizona, on Thursday, the l.'V it day of September. I'.miii. al 1" o'clock a. m. The purpose of :ha meet ing will be. in part, to determine upon '.he placing- in the field of a people's partv tiekt.it to be voted for at the com ing fall election. Other matters if vast importance will be brought before th- convention for its consideration and disposal. A full delegation from all part? of the county is earnestly ex pected. ' (I. V. "WOY. Chairman County Committee. T. .1. JAM ICS. Secretary. UEPL'ELICAN TERRITORIAL CX VEXTIOX. Headquarters R-publican Territorial Central Cimniittee: Tucson. Arizona. August 22. IWO. TO THE EEPI'RLICAN PARTY OF ARIZONA; A convention of del-gates of the re publican part of th - Territory of Ari zona is hereby called to meet in the City of Phoenix, at III o'clock a. m.. on the Septfinber 24, 1!00, for the follow ing purposes: 1st. The nomination of a Delegate to Congress. 2nd. The selection of a Territorial Republican Central C. mmittee. i :hd. The transaction of such other business as may properly come before it The basis of representation will be one delegate for each fifty votes and for every fraction of votes over twenty five cast for Hon. Alex. O. P.rotlie for Delegate to Congress in Novembi r. l.S:iS: thertfore the representation will be as follows: Prodie Vote. No. Del. Apache county 2H1 a Coconino county -b!4 Cochise con nly ft -IS I.'! (iila c..iinty 3S3 S Craham i-o'tnty ."21 Ti Maricopa county 1.743s "" M have county JUS :i Navajo county f!:!9 7 I'ima county f!41 1:1 Pjnal county 27H Santa Cruz county l'.'S 4 Yavapai county 1.4H4 2 Yuma county -4ti 7 Total numb-. :r of Delegates ....147 Proxies will be recognized only when presented by a voter who W a resident of the county from which the same is issued. All railroads have been asked to make a reduced rate for this conven tion and if no such rate is in force when d legatts leave for the convention they should take rectip'.s for money paid and the matter can probably be ar ranged at Phn nix for 'eturning free. A full attendance i f delegr tes Is earn estly desired, as well as the presence ot representative republicans from evfry part .if the territory. CHAS. R. DRAKE. J. KNOX CORBETT. Chairman. ' Secretar-. CALL FOR REPUBLICAN COUNT? CONVENTION. Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the republican central committee of Maricopa county, August 1C, 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, Arizona, Saturday. September s, WOO at fl o'clock a. m., for the pur pose of selecting delepates to the ter ritorial convention and to nominate county ollicii'S and for the transaction of any other business that may come A Cordial Invitation! Is extend, d all w ho d-sire to buy dry goods at the RIGHT PRICE. Buy where you can get :1k- b.-st goods for the least cash. We aim to sell at bot tom prices. Try us on any line we carry. If prices atv right, -try us o:i others, lie convinced that our goods and prices ar;- beyond -competition. A. HUNSAKER, MESA, ARIZONA. JUST ARRIVED A nice line of blankets and quilts and men's furnishing goods at the NOVELTY STORE, Firit Door West of Pos;office, MESA, AUIZONA J The ICE CREAM yoa ct J J CUMMINGS' tempe S ( Is ABSOLUTELY PURE, i Something Nice for nice feople Batboknc (makes you clean) (thade) (mark) Ve in place of soap for a'l toilet purposes, fold at Drug store?., 2't cents one pound box. Turkish facecloth free with encli loy. Seelai-e advertisement Sunday i.-suc thi.-. paper. before said convention. The basis of representation sha'.l be one delegate for each precinct and one d. legate for every fifteen votes, and if there be an excess of eiKht votes in any precinct over a multiple of fifteen then an additional delegate for such excess cast for Altx O. Brodie for congress in November, 1SH8. The primaries for the selection of d'-iegates to -the county convention shall "ne held on Monday. September 3. The polls shall be open trom 1 1 a. in. to ! n P. ni. in Phoenix. Tempe ami Mesa precincts: in all other precincts from 12 m. to 4 p. ni. 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 1 i -n a resident of this precinct for a period of thirty days prior to this da'.e? Resolved, further, that the chairman ami secretary of the county centra! committee appoint inspectors and judges for the vatious preciv.-ts. The !'..:. owing are hereby appointed: Phoeniv. First precinct (east) In spector. D. P. St. John; judges, Al '"Jatpin. John Gray. Phoeniy. Second precinct (east In- i sn -ctor. J H. Kibbey; jtid-i .-, J. W. l-'t.ikes. J. M. Ai'ki n. Phoenix, First precinct (west) In spect jr, J. D. Monihon; judges. F. H. Parker, J. W. Walker. Phoenix. Second pricinct (west) Tn- spi etor, Joe Fifield: judges, William Evans, Clarence French. Tempe Inspector, J. T. Priest; judges, Howard Wood, W. E. Tlullen. Mera Inspector A. C. McQueen: .'a. ii.es, William Kimball, William New ell. '.r-hi Inspector. II. Simnkins; judges, R n Noble, Samuel Steel. Highland Inspector, C. Davidson. Alma Inspector, C. W. Pine. Orme Inspector, W. H. Brown. C.rtwright Inspector, R. J. Cart wright. Aiiianibra Inspector. George Carr; judges, W. A. Goodlander, Julius Gow- 1 1. Glendaie Inspector, V. E. Messinger; judges, W. H. Hamilton, W. H. Adams. Peoria Inspect or It. A. Tuckey; judge, II. C. Mann." Johnstone inspector, W. J. Murphy. Buckeye Inspector, J. S. Lciy; judges. AV. W. Jonts, Al W. Hid. Coldwater Inspector, J. M. Van Horn. Aldington Inspector, Taylor; judge, Stewart Chapln. Gila Bend Inspector, Luther Kalten-ba.-h. Agua Caliente Inspector, II. II. Travis. Cave Creek Inspector, E. P. McCor-mi-.-k. .McDowell InspfC.or, Joe McIIenry. Wickenburg Inspector. John Bach tiger; judges, George Sanders, Harry ".'owell. Riverside Inspector, II. F. Van Passen. Verde Inspector, James Keating. Meridian Inspector, E. K BukT. Scottsdale Inspector, Den McPer mott. Morristown Inspector, H. N. Ccre;. judges, J. Q. Adams, P. A. Phillips. I -aac 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. Cobson. Fowler Precinct No. iZ Inspector, Gates Fowler. Broadway Inspector, T. L. Short. Kyrene Inspector. C. G. jones. Frog Tanks Inspector, A. D. JIc Ginnis. New River Inspector, W. W. Cook. Phoenix Mine Inspector. Wiliiam Widmer. Wilson's Crossing Inspector, -. Creighton InspecfDr, C. M. Etter. The apportionment is as follows: Delegn tes. Phoenix. 1st precinct (east) 17 Phoenix. 2d precinct (east) IS' Phoenix, 1st precinct (west) 2" Phoenix, 2d precinct (west) 1!) Tempe H Mesa 13 L, hi Highland Alma lf you want your money's worth, and the best service in the city, t ike your meals at the Mesa Restauraut. Don't forget the place, I'eterson Building, Mesti, Arizona. PJRS. W. T. liIPSCOJHB, Prop. A. J F-j ; jf5" r g r El I Lno WHEAT, BARLEY, ALFALFA, GRAIN HAY Special prices on lara couvracts Corresoondenne sob nit-art Try Our New " OIL STOVES Just the Thing for Summer WiIbnrMul!en Hardware Company BIG BARGAINS in ITatF. "We an? rinsing u; our Hats at a rfuc..J price. Must make room for fall st -ck. ( -me i-aily and set your choice. B. Al. JOHNSON & BROS. MESA, I 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. TndrliE Orme 2 Camvright 2 Alhambra 3 Glendale 4 Peoria 2 Johnstone 2 Buckeye 3 Coldwater 1 Arlington 2 Gila Bend 2 Agua Caliente. 1 Cave Creek 2 McDowell 2 Wickenburg 2 Riverside 2 Meridian 2 Morristown 2 Isaac 1 Osborn 2 Madison School District 1 Murphy School District 1 Jordan 1 Fowler Precinct No. 43 1 Broadway 1 Verde 1 Kyrene 1 Frog Tanks 1 New Rlv.-r 1 Fho - nix Mine 1 Wilson's Crossing 1 Creighton 1 Si ot tsdale 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 preecinct represented. Phoenix primaries will be held in the following places: East Pho.-nix precinct No. 1. corner Second street and Adams (Gardiner's ollict ). East Phoenix precinct No. 2, city hall. West pho. nix precinct No. 1, corner Second av. nue and Washington street (Abstract oihee.) West Phoenix precinct No. 2. Wall street (Judge Johnstone's office.) Ail 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 Ti'RNAGAIN ARM GOLD MINING COMPANY. We, Shttb-I M. Moulton, Pliny W. Mc Allister. Merritt D. Hon", George P. Soii'tdan, Jr., and Joseph Hi O'Malky, desiring -to incorporate ourselvt s under the provisions of the laws of the Terri tory of Arizona and especially under the- act ef the legislative assembly hereof, entitled "An Act Concerning Corporations," approved March S, 1SS7, and ail amendments thereto, for 'the purpose of ttigaging in the business pursuits and occupations hereinafter specified, do make, adopt, subscribe and acknowledge these articles of incor p. ration, and hereby declare: 1. The name of the corporation here by formed is the "Turnagain Arm Gold Mining Company," and its principal of lice 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 heid a; SuiTti.-e City, in the T rritory of Alaska, or at such other place or plaee-s in said Territory of Alaska, or in any other stai'.e or territory of the United States as the buard of directors may, by its laws, provide ami deter mine. 2. The time of the- commencement of this corporation shall be iit? day of the 'filing of these articles In the omre of the county recorder of the County of Maricopa, in the Territory of Arizona, and the termination thereof hall be twenty-five (25) years thereafter. 3. The business to be engaged in and carried on by this corporation is to buy, sell, lease, incumber, or otherw ise ac quire, own, use, develop ar.d operate mines or mining claims, mineral veins, lodes, ledges, or deposits of mineral bearing rock, ere. 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 water, for do mestic uses, hydraulic or othtr mining purposes, and for power, lighting, manufacturing and any other lawful pin-pcses. and to locate, build, ow'n, use md operate dams, tunnels, ditches, ca Tempe, Arizona WHOir.-.ALE J BALCR IP AND AIL 5SWB3 or CEREALS. ARIZONA. nalg. flumes, pipes and reservoirs for the purposes aforesaid; to acquire, u?e and sell franchises and rig-hts of way, and ito build, own, use and operate roads for the ,purpo..e of carrying- on said mining business; to buy, locate, or otherwise dispose f any land, or town sites or mill sites: to erect, maintain and use any mills, hydraulic or other mining machinery, ware, s:ore or boarding houses; to buy and cell mer chandise and carry on a g-enoral ship ping and freighting business, with full power and authority no do any and all acts and things incidental to or 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 any state or territory of the I'nited states. 4. The capital stock of this cor poration shal be Ten rilllon D.-illavs (J10.ono.iMiO). divided into ten million shares of the par value of one dollar (1.00) taeh. The board of directors shall have full power to sell or exchange the shares of the capital stock at par fof mines or mineral claim-, or fr mills, hydraulic planus or other machinery on such terms as they may think best for the interests of the corporation, or to stll the same for cash, but all the shares shall be fully paid for when issued and be noii-a-sessuble thereafter. i. The management of the business and affairs of ;his corporation shall be i vested in a board ,rf directors, consist ing of five persons. Kxcept as herein stated, they shall be .-elected each year by the stockholders from their number at their annual ni- eting and shall serve for one year or until their successors are elected and qualified. The following tir.i.ied persons shall act as directors until the annual meet ing of the stockholders in the year 1001, to-wit: Shubel M. Moulton. Pliny W. JIcAllister. Merritt V. Hon. Georgre P.. Stad'.lan, Jr.. and Joseph H. O'Malley. 6. The officers of this corporation sliall be a president, secretary and treasurer. The president shal! be a member t?f the board of directors, and ail said officers shall be chosen by the directors at theh- first meeting after - their appointment or election and shall hold office for one year or until their successors are fleeted and qualified. '. The annual meeting of the stock holders of this corporation shall be held on the first Tuesday in May each year. after the year 190i, at such place as may be designated by the by-laws, of the time and place of which due notice t hall be given to the stockholders. 8. The highes-t amount of indebted ness, direct or contingent, to which this corporation may at any time be sub ject, shall be the sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000). 9. The stockholders of this corpora tion and their private properly shall be exempt from the corporate debts of this corporation. 10. These articles may be amended at any annual meeting of the corjRira tion by. the affirmative vote of two thirds cf all the shares then present and voting thereun, provided that no tice of the intended amendment Tias 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 apooint all nee?ssary at torneys, agents- and servants of the corporation. and to establish and amend by-laws, rules and regulations deemed necessary for the management of the business of the company, not in consistent with law cni these articles. 12. If any director cease to be a stockholder,Jie shall thereby cease to be a director, and any vacancy on the board of directors from 'this 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. 1300. SHUDEL M. MOfLTON. PLIXY V. M'AI.LISTER. MKRHITT D. HOFF. GEORGE B. STADDAX, JR. JOSEPH H. O'MALLEY. seal seal seal seal seal In presence of George R. Smith K. J. Elander. State of Minnesota. County of Henne pin, ss. Before me, a notary public within and for Hennepin county, state of Min nesota, on this i:th 'Jay of April, lliOii. personally appeared Shubel M. Moul ton, Pliny V. McAllister. Merritt D. Hoff. George B. Staddan. Jr., and Jos eph H. O'Malley, known to me to be thi persons whose names are subscribe ! to thp 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 1.1th day of April. A. D.. 1900. GEORGE K. SMITH. Notary Public, Hennepin County, Min nesota. State of Minnesota, County of Henne pin, ss. I. t N. Dickev, clerk of the district court for the county of Hennepin. Fourth judicial district of the state o-T Minnesota the same being a count of record and having a se.-.l, do hereby certify that George 11. 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 the laws c-f said state to take and errtify 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. I have here unto set my hand and affixed the seal of said district court, at the city rf MUmeapolis, in said county, this loth day of April, A. D.. 1000. Tseal C. X. DICKEY. By W. J. SWITZEK. Clerk. Deputy. (I. R. stamp 10c.) : NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homesteart Application No. 2091.) Department of the Interior. Land of fice at Tucson, Arizona, Aug. '0, I'.'Oil. 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, on Monday, September 24. 1900. viz: Thomas J. Walker, of Phoenix. Ari zona, for lots :: and 4, and E. S.W. t. Sec. 31. Twp. 2 X.. Range 1 E., Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian. He names the following witnese to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Hosea G. C.reenhaw. Albert A. Cham pion, John Daniels and "harles Pen dergast. all of Phoenix, Arizona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication Aug. Ti. 1!0. PROBATE COURT. Ic the Probate Court of Maricopa County Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of JoBn E. Aytrs, Deceased. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. It appearing to this Curt, by the pe tition this day presented and filed by K. J. Bennitt. administrator of the estate of John E. Aytrs. deceased, that it is necessary to sell the whole of th" real es-tate of said decedent to pay th debts of decedent and the expenses and charges of administration, and to rlose out said f?:ate and permit of the dis charge of said administrator and hi bondsmen, as there appears to be ti , heirs in said estate; It is therefore ordered by thia Court that all persons interested in the esta. of said deceased appear before the said Prooate t'oun on Monday, the 17th day i f September. A. D.. 1000. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at, the court room of said CVurt, at the court house in the city of Phoenix. Maricopa County, Territory of Arizona, to show cause why an order should not he granted to said administrator to ell so much -of the said real estate; as shaU be necessary and that a copy of thw order be published four successive weeks in The Arizona Republican, a newspaper printed and published In the saiil County of Maricopa. Dated August IT. 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 Jtme Roarke, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that William Roarke, appearing by Frank Cox and C. F. Ainsworth, his attorney, and John Roarke ond R. W. Baxter. Bryan Roarke and -vster heirs appearing by Thomas A -Hi-strong, Jr., their attor ney, have filed ..i ihis court an amend ed "etltlor. ii e removal of the ad n,'r.!stratrix ..' Eaii estate and that the 3'i:ne will be icn-l on Wednesday, the Slh day of Septemoer, A. D., .19i0. at 10 o'clock In tv a m., of said day. at the court roo;v said court, in Thoe nix, county o.' ST.- ;.--opa, territory of Arizona, and i i ions interested Iti said estate ar? .Gi.Sed then and there to appear and ; cause, if any they have, why the piayer of said petitioner should not Co granted. N. A. MORFORD. Clerk... By NED CREIGHTON, Deputy Clerk. Dated August 2 1900. 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, Rice Station, San Carlos Agency,'' anj 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. 19o0, for furnishing and delivering the necessary materials and labor required in th; 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 thia 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 oflice or to W. J. Nickolson, acting U. S. Indian Agent, San Carlos. Ari zona. W. A. JONES. Commissioner. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 22S0.) Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Tucson, Ariz., August 2. 19u0. 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 distrii-t court at Phoenix. Arizona, on Tuesday. September 4. 1900, vi William McDonald, of Buckeye, Ar. zona, for the N. E. U. Sec. 7, T. 1 S., R. 2 W., G. & S. R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence ipon 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 PUBUCATION. (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 raid 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. . X. E. and S. E. N. XV. U, Sec. 32. T. 1 X.. R. 2 XX.. 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, Wiliiam 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 H 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 oft without notice. PHOENIX WATER CO.