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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUXUAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1900. SOUTH SIDE AE are again to the front with Nor- ! g VV mal and Public School Supplies, q Fine Stationery and everything in the g PL4.g Line' - O O BROADWAY & MOEUR, $ gP) TEMrE, ARIZONA. j The Butte Stable Best Liver- Service in Teiupe, i JAS. H ARTSFIELD, Proprietor, I TEMPJK, ARIZONA. I CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN Wl ----- ., . Shoes and Nolions. ! J, H, Hodnelt's Store, Tcmpe. A HINT FIT. I.I.Ni'ul.X ij roTK I :S. Those who ar qvotir.K an-1 n.i -nit- ; ing Abi -lhani Lincoln serin r. t to have failed upon iris: "Th 10 is no fear ir the people, their liberties. V.'.- . sill know this lo bo the i-iy of ibi.it gogues, and no, if l)u; !!: iy.uir.inl will listen to them.' Indianapolis Joirnnlj A Pi'liCH I'.MITV. . ' ' ' "Piil you have- a good talk with ill' Jjwiggses last. nh;rt. lauslii. r?" "No, ma, v dldii't talk: th.- ii.-n quarreled rih.n'i i-oliti.r. and ei-ra and I abused the wea thrr." Pfir.iii Fret: Press. i MONEY THROWN A WAV. "Is "ordolia having a good lime at Hie seashore?" ' "Nti; she says siu- got five n.-w ha:s and evoryhn.ly down Ib'-ir u'.- ba: . -headed." Indianapolis Journal. POINTED. Nell Why do you rail hi.m .Mr. Gim let? That isn't his name. Belle T know: but he's sia l; a boiv. I'hiladelphia H'-r-oid. At fiist a fji'l wants n, lining lift a linsbar. I. but ap r she gt-ts h::n si;., "wants nil his liacir.e. The ICE CREAM you get -AT- UU MM IN US' tkmpk Is ABSOLUTELY PURE. J 4 A Cordial Invitation Is extendi d all who d yirc to buy dry Roods at the IMGHT I'ltli'K. I!uy where you ran fjet th - b-st roods for the least cash. Vi'e aim to s.-!l al but Horn priees. Try us on any line we carry. If prizes an- rish:. try 0:1 withers. Pe eonvin'eil that our iotjds and prices are beyond competition. A. HUNSAKER, MESA, ARIZONA. JUST ARRIVED A nice line of b'ankets and quilts and men's furnishing goods at the NOVELTY STORF, Ftrit Door Wfct of Postoflice, MESA, - - ... ARIZONA A. J ,.-- tj raw 1 fLeuKtt liiiwi 1 WHEAT, BARLEY, ALFALFA, GRAIN HAY , OERLALS Try Our New - OIL STOVES Just the Thing for Summer WilburMullen Hardware Company A f TS A u l M ZO 1ST A . BIG BARGAINS in Hats. We are closing out our Hats at a reduced rricc. Must make room for fall bt jck. Conn- early and get your choice. B. ffl. JOHNSON & BROS. MESA, ARIZONA. 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. Q affliE reopened Horses boarded by !: y , week or month, (iood raiej Milinu.tettl. fine Turnouts.; If i cas it! 3 cmr r - - n"wiA' w TIO.MI'K. Harry Arehibal.l .-xpeets l.i leave to Jnorr. vv 1, r Ann Ar'n.e-. Mifh., where lie will eni-r t;,,- utiiwislty prop, r. Mr. Ar.-l:i:;a!i! ait. in". i a, law h-ml in Cliiiafi la.-t yeai. bu; will take a mor, jiiii. ral 1 , urst- ij.rf.ire fini.ifin;.: bis law -oars . lie is brish:. .iesei v-in-,' an I will n.; 00Mb; b- a sfn- -sl'u! s; U'i,-,! . !iss Ida W., ,t yess. t-lay murn-".; i0 I'lio. ni aftvr Hii-mlln ih - su;n:ivr al h -r hotoc ia T-oi),. . S'r.t- is on iu the teaeh.er- in th.- I'iv.-i-nix sen ' Is. Miss i.iiiu Wintar 1 fi Tiu-siid.v for Silver Kin i. wh she u iil pr. si.! f r a year over til .! siini s .,f lii. seiio.il ii'Ivir. n ,.f tn.i: p!,i, oirli. ! 1 (looluia is ; p '.;-,l ba -k from (:;.,b.. :ris w, ek. !! will driv the delivery waeon f,a- :liv ft- :: ef hi-bitith- r's. V.'iHiatn '. I'.vin. lire. Mr. ss w ill 1 11 r pillar inoriiif: s ! at ilv ( 1 ;),'; -x.1 ' i m il ehv,rvh nt nu-'e.y. Th'-r.- ill be no pi ',k 1 ; i 1 ; i:i t:i t -f 1 1 i 1 i--. i-.iv , i r. A. ,T. Ma 1 le v.s. priui-ipal d" ihe n. r 111. 'A. a busi.: . s visitor ie IJiio r.i': yi sten'.ii y. A. P. Sl-evvina:i . f :F -?a : nu- in yes terday from tie Sat'!' a- 1 eoun.y. I Ireao iv.'i y & Mi -Iter ;. sit rday iiiiini in. ' : in ai.o.h' r lar.u.- s':ipn:.-nl of n rmal s.d'--.l li ik . tojtef.-.i . with .UK r:s' stall -nery i'--d suipl: s. I'.. Mai!- y . f K.irt T -mpe nt y. s t : !a ia 1 'li 0. nix. There v. Ml i... rr. preaohir.'i at th, ("MiMiaa hft'i'ii in ih An ir.- ha'l this one nir.i.'. Itev. Mr. tlirr will. Irr.v e , r, ia-' r;-h a: :! i.'il. rl in lae after noon. This w'.:: ! hi': ,;t,-t niioa in T - it 1 ; 1 li fi ! aviiot I' 1 his 1' a 1 11 ; . home in 1 'a !i IV.? uia. ','eeii he leav-. s Temp.- nr.: oi!!y s on.- .-f its ! ; Illi'.'-r.S. i.oi - tie of il- It. -St i-ioilll -Ilt niini i s. A l.trffe nuirh r i' ! p'.iiilieaus fr.nn T, mne .-j ..1 1,:.'. a. t'.e- eoiiniy eo;; f'ttii'M, now in s ssi-oi ia Phot :r,x. Pi iV-l rs :1. il:;: i n ilunsiik-r an 1 Mr. Plan' '' osa , re 'r-ni;..- visii 01 s t - : , 1 1 ia y. 1 it'!- Mi- M..i. I W-.oT i .pdte -i k til l-i'i bof" snti.h,;:;! ef T"iv.p;-. Il is fiar.d !iy ll -r 1 'ir nis t'a.'.l sin- has m 1 !a ia. :::';! 1 . whil,- vi-it'ii- tin? pa.-, siiimai r In Kir.'u.-ky. V. .1. l'.ireln-il spent y, ft.-rilay afti r- 110 n in Phi.e::i-. Mr. Pire-ivi: is doir.tr a very heavy ba'.eh r basin. -ss and 'ni li'i thic k. i.:ioy steaks .ire winners 'I'll.- (.'Hur on Kims and the Pj.Mnnds I'lay bi-se bail .11 tee park this eiter '.ie,.n. v. hile th" Ti n r.'or s and M-r-a Piamonds ( ro,-s rial- in 'P iiii")e. A.f.tonio t'eiayn. r.n l-!a s r Tempt, mer chant, was a l.urifess '.-isilor in I'hoe nix y . st- 1 day. M'rs. U'ilitnni IVn;i and Mrs. S.im Ilrov. n drove r.v. r l I'ho nix yester day. Kar! Kell r. sur.-ia-law of AV. T. ' ,nurriin:r 1. k-i eon pa n i- d lty i'is ikini-il-. eeme in yu.-ti-jiljy fieim Pali 'ilia, lal. Th re w ill li. a tp. rial nr lir ; of the S' is .In i n Iraneh c inal s'.,'e-:ihohl. rs ie xt Saturday. ;' p f.ib-. r K. Mis Parr and family, ilrei-ly Sayler an i family. 1 a Savior am! family, and Sain S. Wain r h II Friday niorniny; r an ov rie.r. i trip . 1 liens m. w here 111 V are iniei t'str-1 in lauo and ar t .-ian iu-iif. Mrs. Averil and Ih' f-s-or Amhism ef th-.- n rmal .-ehool r.-u-u'.iy are sprn !-i:.-.; Sundav with r, la lives in Phoenix. I aast?- rii()irMr -E ; M V But if 5n A ill 'AJvYC jyKi.jM part nouKSCEMflwr.cn nave wc acica wisxsy llViraN Mid improved u??a nature's suggestion.. Wfm:m invigorating accri liment so cf.ca WliSWfel niindcd by the Lunu- -:t. l.t.r: Krl.:ay W. K. F-r;u -on. man- A SHOOTING AFFRAY a:,'-r of he S'e.-P. s.? (.i..p- a:-. 1 Vine- jward rteatpany, fonr.d ; hi"; ljuek in ' his irai.r.t .--eivoir. '.r un d. 11 Platarca Accsta Frotably Tatally I xaniinati- n il Poind ihat th- j Wounded At Fortuna. j deer had -. me aer-e--s the dt .-ert from ;th- Meii'-.ipa n-.-.iifia,:.-; and jftnr.ed a i I'.. 'r--.v:r- f:T. - and ivaehel tlv tank! A ; boat in?? affray took place at For. ;:!' wat. r. whirh 1 n ar the d :s?rl and j i-jr,a last Sunday whica resulted in , ho.t !o: yard? from the i:t:f of J.-hn ! t-.a s'.i .itinff and scrlims if no: fatal j Harvard. The animal in k.- anxiety u ,. tin lins i.'f I'iutarra Ac-osta. and th- , 3 ftet to wat r easily f und i: way inearefratlon -f his assailant, Panta ,row :i th.- n-.t-pt tank, whirh Wi3 i , n Ham. ?. i-i rhe raun'.v hastile at n ar by i rvoir empty. The shl - f ih r s- 1 si- p and e.r.i me.:, mak- ! I, ,!"-' ,:'-li' eomph ie: ,h; re was n-.th- : aii..n i.C Pamos. which look place b!- iniT lett I' the .1, . f bit : ; siarv.. It j fa,-.. Jodiie Harry (. Sail-: in the ev I was a h a-.:', iu! sp-ei -.-.o ,vi.h full- !(fin;: r-f the day on which the shooting j ''oir.s. -.,,k plan, was to the effect that Acos j t$4$9tt9 I ;'!'?-'l in a ?;ame of cards, w l nor i n side iii"nwai:rw' rtfu"r nL 1 i ft I mf.iiattiy produe- 1 a gun nil I fired IttMWmetKettOMlti:,:,, s-n..i'- uimxntU Ih- d.,or, two of ! . Cl.KNPAI.K. v.hh h t--ok efi'-et in Acosta. The young m. n of Ch-roLil io-e up in it t-cdy yest.rti.iy tv, nitig and g-ive Mr. h,:ti.t :i :vii;;.iu(-,;:i.i.-m:. A r.t.i y 11- : til Ki:i i,.;; in the , veniag. Judg ing, sho.ttiiig. si.igiiie;, beating - 1.1 wash S":tilt:: bound him over in the sum ef bofeis. , tr.. you r.iui,! r..t hear eir I' el ; 5--"f!-- await the acti- n of the grand y. ails if think f- r ah. ml half an hou;- : fo r which th y lu-.n d Mr. and Mrs. Sliv.all t . .- :i wale . t :g -is atel , V ;'- TJiu bl ol has c-xi-ted fer some tim j ii ing aire. . b.-tv.-- n I am is and Aorta, a woman. I .tir. . i.un-i teii i . ir .,e..:a i aiainia l-tpiirg t C,o-a oiiipl of w-eks' s. iy. I I Mr. Il.nieh and family have rem ,v a lo the rity .- i as lo In- r. ady i.i s an si ho ,1 M.ir.d-sy. ! Mr. I-.,tlli:an iias li-.cll I;,. t ier, -.1 veiy l hi, oh l.tuiy with II.,- e.votis g i.inu lift- r bis eliirU, as. and h- has le-eti in lie- iiabil of s; t iug nil till n-nr mid- . id:;!-! an-1 ti - n ,-;i I ine flay to s;ay up1 1 ..e l . lb- ni ;M l o t a i h the va i -n "::ls it' iio:.-:;,:.-. Kri.lay ii-;,it Pay bid : in- I i b d as u-u i'. v. h- a ab oil ! his t '.tie r went in;,i the y-.nl and !ire-i 1 - L --. : :ei!g,in. and Ka.-.. thiid.iag p.- ha I a' 'oyote, urvss-.d it: a liiirty a. id ca-ii" j down .- tai-s ami went into the yard an-1 i l'.-1'.oid. net a coyote was to be Seea. i but liie yard w as fad hi-s l'ri. u s a id . ,...o,o,..o.-. i. was ia,- K,eat.-st sii- pri. ji a' iy ,, the s ason and after a f, w flours . .1 fun t.ny rid loll jubti e m j , rtln -'mieiits. sn.-h as only Mis. I.ehn.an can jr.e.kv. an J ev.-iyh-.dy went ' -'-ei'iO- ,.,,c ,-e-i-. ,,:,.n- io prrpuv your,,.; ,,:y sta.e. wh- some of the gr.-at-ehildre-n i'.-r til online, school ir: ni. , ... apiari-'S the country are located, I.l- prompt an, I 1, i th. children be on ' ail h- tn-y is gra 1-d and marked a-crd-ha.id U:j fi dt-.y so as io stvrt right j to ihe bloom from which .it was out wilh tie- class and n-.i have ih . r.V.ai.-'.i J. F. r in oait.-e. you may have complaint licit they s.art-,1 late a n-l j our ch- ice of coton b!:,s om. wild t iu en.iidn'l ia.' a t:p. Si-hooi Starts at 'J ' v, r. lioi-s- mint an-', several oilier a. .i .. Mot:, lay. S'.i't- nil.er 17. with Miss ; brands. , ach liiseinri in Maivor. Tiiis Ai it ria.in as pi-imary t ai-hi-r. Miss , s-:-t ins mysterious to a siranger. li !..,! liv. ood es i.i'..r:iied:ate. and I'm-, nuts- :h.- b. i s range wild nvi r mill ; t !' . s : P. P. F. ster as princ-ip.il, a very countrysi,!, ; b.-.t il was di-covered line s; i el' icachi-rs. long ago that .he colony from e.tch I-:. T. Hawkins has ti ful. line of ' hive rr i-luft of hiv.s always dra,vs ' - I'col b .;':;-, ju.u what is nr. Jed at the ( il - sw, r-i? from sonr- one particular (tl'-r.'lak- s-. ho- 1. ' 11 ,w"r. and r.-ligi, u--!y shuns th? oth -rs. LARGtST SUPPLY HOUSE IN THEWCST. Guns, Ammunition, Mining Supplies, Japanese Goods, FishingTackle, Camp Outfits, Sporting Goods, Flags, Decorations, Rubber Goods, Tents and Awnings. 5p2cial Attention is Called to GTAHIDB TABS GOVEBS AND ORE SACKS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. WI H. HOEGEE, 135 to 142 So Main Street, Los Angeles, CcL You Feel Clean, You -THAT'S- (TKAI (MAKES YOU CLEAN ; Something Nice for Nice People. jidelightful bath preparation in f nin of po-w dor to be used in place of soap for all toilet purposes. It's the great cl- anser. Noihing else can equal it in giving tile sldn t'n glow i f li ailli and smoothness of velvet. A I'll YSii 'I A -"S OPINION. Tempe, Arizona. .Messrs. Laird Oii.es: Hear Sirs -Til r uin ! of Pathol- n-- so kindly s- nt me. I have'given a fai." trial and :ir i it a gr al :. ans-r and that il 1 av.s the skin invigorated and r- t r, slu -I. Tl.e for::;. io . f tile same I have studied carefully and find thai there is n Ceng in i; Cat is harraf'.'.l to the most delicate skin. Any one wishing a ! - . f. si-irt. ch:. using bath should use it. V.iy truly, id. A. SC HOGGS, M. D. Cot a ui liaHiolcnc tit Goodman & Co. Drug to. ami give it a trial, il will l'k'asr yu. I'ricc 25 Cents, one Puuiul box Turkish i'-itc Cloth face vith each box. i3 truly gvu'dlying and vhat a thirsty o!c world indeed thb would be wilhout water! quenching thirst we can alsoinv M'B-C- nttlcd liters" lirst but yields tht LOUIS IiELCZER Vuma, says thi Sun. -'hf- evil.r;-.- deduced at the 1 xarain- j .a. wilh a ,-.a:pl.- of companions, werj 1 in a ;;ame of cards, when Ila- a Imil- Kamos im- The sl.oot.-r was promptly placed ttu- d( r am Ft by Cr.nstable H. Ryan- J.-.m md h!d in the villag, jail un ! jiiry. li. tuip,1 Wits iirought to Vi.ma by P, pmy Const-able ay o ar ia r " '-. t ... ... ... ... It is n a he fit s: i-xp.-rient e of a se- i i us t iriiai-ter that the wounded man ltns ha-.l. Ab'iut two monthi ago. at a .'a:ie. . he was sta'ob.-d by seme - r. at lite tiro unkn w n. He r.-fusetl to mak.-ci-nip'ainr against his assailant, who, it afterward eoam- generally und, r . ' t '. was a brotheV i f the Panics w ho is it r.v in jail. Pr. S.ar- h!i. 1 '.. of Fortuna. who is attending th, wounded man. think? thri is a chain--, though a slight one. f, r his nee-very. THK r.F.K TU ACKER. "Talk about j-, in- ouerr traies." - lid fi man fi-om T -x.i-. "what do y u liiink of h, e tracking as a means of making ., Ilvi:,..? ! know s--veral prof -ssional 1 ,, -ackers who have n-ver d .lie il;,ything rise in their lives, an 1 their 1!ki; is s iin.o.hing nlim-st incridible. : hai is th.- work like, do you ask? ! I'll expiain. P wn in the be - country. Know You Are Clean. (mark) At the beginning of the honey-making season the proprietor want? to kno-v, of course, how much of each flavor he is Ruing to have, as a basis for calcu lations, so h - rets the 'tracker to work. Th.e tracker, who is always a native aiixican. Mounts his toiijrh little bron cho. rid,s over t ; a row of hiv??, wails until a big. healthy looking bee em r Kes. anil, when it flies away on its daiiy quest, he gallops along in Ms wake. Often th? feeding ground is mil, a distant, and the bee takes any thing but ate line. On the contrary it ta!--t-s iong de.-,urs. frisks anJ frolics through garden;, loafs in shady groves and has a good time generally. But it is the rartsi. thing in the world for it t shake ff its 'shadow. ' How the Mexican manages t 1 keep it in sight and distinguish it Pom other bees it 1 m- ets en route I have never been able I to unaerslanu. "inis business 6eem actually to develop a new faculty. When the he? finally reaches ks desti nation ti e tracker makes a mental r te ,.f the kind of flower and then re turny. home. Xext day h? verifies his t.-rvations. by following anoth r h n ey gatherer, and then labels the hive anil proceeds to the next on,. When his ta-k is done '.he apiary man knows exactly what he can depend on in the several flavors. The trackers are well paid enough to l.-t ;n-m loaf between seasons." New Orleans Times-Demo crat. , . , SI 'If SOCIOLOGICAL. "The kinJ of man 'that wins," said th" necessary disco. :r?.jr, "is the man who goes af.er what he wants." Not he." -aid the other half of the humor i ts' dialogist team. "The winner is the msn that can s't stid and confident. ft people into bringing what he wants to him." I ndianapolis Press. DESERT L.aND. FINAL PROOF. NOTICK Foil PPBLICATIO;;. t'nited States Laid Offic , Tucson, Arizona. Sept, mber 6. 1900. Notice is her, by given that Orson A. Roberts of Arlington. Miiicopa County. Arizona, has filed notice f intention to make proof on his deser.-land claim ! N . "i77. far the S. 'i. N. K. U and N. S. K. U. Sec. 7. T. 2 S.. It. f. W.. ;. -ti S. It. P. & M.. before the rlerk of the Dis trict Court at Phoenix. Arizona, on Monday, the la.h day of October. 1900. He names the f all owing witnesses to j prove the v mpb te irrigation and rec 1 laniati in of said ian!: William H. Taylor. Irvine Church ami Mosrs K. Clan. on of Ariington. Arizona, and John V.. Montgomery cf Phoenix. Ari zona. MILTON R. MOORE, ' Regj.-rer. First publication S ptember 8. 1900.' ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION oZ the JAM Ft: -."FILL OIL COMPANY. Know Al! Men by Then Presents: ! That we. the undersigned, for the purpose of forming a corporation under ; the- laws cf th.. T rritory of Arizona, do adt.pt the f llowing Articles of In- corporation : j First. The name of the corporation , shall be the "Janice Neill Oil Com- pu ny. Second. The names pora.ors are: Janus i dub. N w York City, Chapman. New York: of the inenr Neill. Players' N. Y. ; Edythe J. W. Evans, Los Angeles. California: G. F. Herr, Los Ang.hs. California: R. H. Knight, Los Angele.-, California. Third. The place where the princi pal business of said corporation is to be transacted is Phoenix, in the said Territory, but the corporation pro poses to carry on business in the I'ounty of Lrs Angeles, S.tate of Cali fornia, and at such other place or places in said State, or other states or territorits of the I'nited States as may be found- necessary and the corpora tion will have a main office and a s'ock transfer office in 'the City of Los Angeles, County cf Los Angeles, S.ate of California. Fonr'.h. The gen-ral nature of the busine.-s proposed to be transact, d is: 1st. T. buy. to otherwise acquire, to pro?p:ct for. to hold, own. manage, op erate, improve and develop oil lands, mining claims, mineral righ-.s. oil wills and other real estate and inter ests and rights in any of said prop erty. 2d. To engage In and carry on the business of minirg. operating, explor ing, tunneling or drilling for, develop ing, pr during. refining, distilling. jj treating. manufacturing, preparing. I (handling, storing, dialing in, buying 'fnl selling oil, pe-troleum. coal, gas, I I nspha'.-ium. bituminous rock and other . I minerals and hydro-carbon substances 'and products if such substances: and fn- such purposes to boyor otherwise I; hold, own, manage and . perate re-l.fineii-.s. pip-, lines, tanks, mnnufac ' tories. ma -hir.ery. tank cars and other works and appliances that may be in - ( ideiit or auxiliary to said bu-iness: to purchase, erect. fw n and maintain all j buildings, necessary to the protection : of the company's machinery, or necs j' sary to the carrying on of its work, or 1 1 that may be deemed necessary or con j ve.iivnt thrjef r by the hoard of di , rectors o. To rent o- lease to oil;, rs. 'to im 1 1 prove, sell. n. image, pledge and other wise dispose c f . or any part of. any of the real or personal property owned by said corporation, or In which it mav have any interest. 4. Also :o tak.- and acq-aire, by pur chase or ,-xrhange or other lawful modes, to hold, own. sell or otherwise disp.i.-e of the capital stork or bonds of other corporations ."i h. To proriire or pun-base water and water rights, -to develop water by tunneling, .-ubmerged dam or other wise, to liny or sell water or water righ's. to construct ditches, flumes and pipe lines to convey water for the use of said company, and for other pur- P-iS, s. 6th. To issue, sell ti ml convey stock, bonds and m- rtgage--. purchase , ac quire and hold, or sell and convey real or personal prop.-: ;y of whatsoever kind, and do nil things necessary to carry on the business of the company. Fifth. The amount of the capital stock authorized is two hundre I and fifty thousand dollars (?2"i0,000), to be divid. d into two hundre! and fifty thousand (2i0.fXiO) share- of the par value of one dollar ($1.00) each. Sixth. The corporation will begin business on ithe 1st day of September. 19IM), and will terminate in fifty (,50 years from that date. Seventh, The affairs of this corpo- ration will be conducted by a board f directors, consisting of five (5) persons, including a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, and at the op tion of 'the board of directors, an as sistant secretary and an executive committee. Election of directors shail be held annually on the first Monday of (Sep tember, and the election of officers at the first meeting of the board of di .en.ors thereafter. Eighth. That the names of the di rectors who are appointed for the first year, and to serve urtil the election tiuaiification cfsuch oftlc er?, are as follows, t..-it: Janus N ill, Eilythe Chapman. J. W. Evans, G. F. Herr and R. H. Knight. Ninth. The highest amount of In debtedness or liability to which this corporation shall subject itself Is fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.) Tenth. Private property of the mem bers of this corporation shall be for ever exempt from corporate debus. In witness wherccf. we have here unto set our hands and seals this 27th day of August. 1900. JAMES NEILL. seall EDTTIIE CHAPMAN, seal J. W. EVANS. seal (I. F. HERR. seal R. H. KNIGHT. seall State cf Calif- rnia, County of Los An geles, ss. On this 27th day of August, in the year one thousand nin; hundred, be fore me, M. S. McLean, a notary public in and for said county of Los Angeles, Stane of California, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, per sonally appeared James Neil!. Edythe Chapman, J. W. Evans, G. F. Hcrrand R. H. Knight, known to me- to be the persons de?cribeu in and whose names are subscribed to the within instru ment, and acknowledged to me that they e-xecu'ted the same for the purpose- and consideration therein set forth. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and aflixed my official seal the day and year In this certificate first above written. seaH M. S. M'LEAN, Notary Public In and for Los, Angeles County, .State of California. (My commission expires October 19, 190:t. ) Territory ef Arizona, County of Mari copa. I. F. W. Sheridan, county recorder in and forithe County and Territory afore said, do hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record at 1:40 o'clock p. m.. on this "Oth day of Au gi'st. 1900, and duly recorded in Book No. 4 of Articles of Incorporation, Records of Maricopa County, Arizona, at pages 423-6-7-8. Witness my hand and official seal the day and year above written. tseal F. W. SHERIDAN. Py Recorder. C. W. BAP.NETT, Deputy. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Est.Tie of Finla L. McClure, Deceased. Notice is her-by given by the under signed administrator, with will an nexed, of the estate of Finla L. Mc-Clur-.:, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator, at rooms 212 and 213. Fleming block. Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ness of said estate In said county of Maricopa. II. P. WILKINSON, Administrator, with Will Annexed, of Finla L. McClure, Deceased. DaUd this 4th day of September. 1000. First publication, September 5, 1900. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Rob.rt S. Brown Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of Robert S. Brown. deeeased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first pub lication of this notice to the said ad ministrator at the office of H. B. Wilkinson. Rooms 212 and 213, Fleming block. Phoenix, Arizona, the same be ing the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in said county of Maricopa. A. J. WICKIZER, Administrator of Robert S. Brown, Deceased. Dated this 4th day of September. 1900. First publication, September 3, 1900. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CON VENTION. Headquarters Republican Territorial Central Cimmittee: Tucson. Arizona, August 22, 1900. 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 of Phoenix, at 10 o'clock a. ni., on the September 24, 1900, for the follow ing purposes: 1st. The nomination of a Delegate to Congress. 2nd. The selection of a Territorial Republican Central Committee. 3rd. The transaction of such other business as may properly come before it. The baids of representation will be one delegate for each fifty votes and for every fraction of votes over twenty five cast for Hon. Alex. O. Brodie for Delegate to Congress in November, 1S9S; therefore the representation will be as follows: Brodie Vote. No. Del. Apache county it Coconino county 464 6 Cochise county 64s! 13 Gila county 3S3 S Graham county 521 10 Maricopa county 1.743 3" Mohave county 10S 3 Navajo county 3:t 7 Pima county K41 13 Pinal county 273 5 Santa Cruz county 193 4 Yavapai county 1,404 "S Yuma county 313 7 Total number of Delegates 147 Proxies will be recognized only when presented by a voter who i 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 dt legates leave for the convention they should take receipts lor money paid and the matter can probably be ar ranged at PhOinix for returning fre. A full attendance of delegates Is earn estly desired, as well as the presence of representative republicans from every part of the territory. CHAS. R. DRAKE. J. KNOX CORBETT. Chairman. Secretary. OFFICE OF THE BORD nF SUPERVISORS OF MARICOPA COC.VTY, ARIZONA. PHOENIX, AIGI ST3 t. 19C0. In the mutter of a petition ftir the creation f a No-Feic-i Dir 'ft fn what is known an the Ar inglon Jiis.r.ct, (this district is went of th Hassnynmpi B ver and is a part of the Buck eye Justice Precinct and has been brought into existence by the building the Arlington Canal within the past twelve months) on motion and by full vote of the board the following resolu tion was artopted:- "Wlie-rc-es, said petition being signed by a majority of all the taxpayers of the said Arl ington District as shown by the Original As sessment Roll of Mnrienpa County, Arizona Territory, for the yeir 19U0. (a certified list of the said tax payers hsving been furnished this Board by the County Assessor. L. W. Cozgins.) expressing the desire that a Xo-Fence District shall bo formed, so that no fences shall be required around the lands in said district un der anu persusnt to and in accordance with Act No 41 of the Seventeenth Legislative As sembly of Arizona, approved 4 pril 4th, 1193. was presented to and tiled with tbe Board of Supervisors of Maiicopa County, Arizona Ter ritory, on the :ilst davof August 1S00, NowThere'ore.it is ordered that tbe above petition be granted, and that all of ttie said facts be entered upon the minutes of this Board, and it is further ordered that the record of safd facta be pub'ished in the Arizona Re publican, a newspaper published in Phoenix. Arizona, in accordance with the provitians of the above mentioned Act of the Seventeenth Legislative Assembly of Arizona, and the boundaries of the eaid Arlington No-Fence District be described, as followi, to wit:- Be-ginning where the Buckeye Canal crosses the K as' h yam pa River, and follow the Buck eye Canal to where the Arlington Canal crosses tbe said Buckeye Canal, thence along the Arlington Canal on and around the mesa to fie Winter's wash, thence down along the foot of the men to the H'olfley dam in the flila River, and thence to the center of thu Gila Itiver, Ihence up the center of the ;il River to to the center of the mouth of the Hassayampa River, thence up the center of the Hassayampa River to the place of beginning. Tbe above is a true and correct extract copy of the minutes of a meeting of the Board af Sup ervisors of Maricopa County. Arizona Terri tory, held this :11st day of August. l'.iOO, in so much as they relate to the creation of the above No Fence District. JOII.V GRAY. First publication Sept. 1. 19C0 Clerk of Board. 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 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 be-fore 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. Vt S.W. U. Sec. 31, Twp. 2 N., Range 1 E., Gila and Salt 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. In the Probate Couri of Maricopa County Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of Jonn E. Ayers, Deceased. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. It appearing to this Court, by the pe tition this day presented and filed by E. 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 es-tate and permit of the dis charge of said administrator and his hondsmen, as there appears to be no heirs in said estate; It is therefore ordered by this Court that all persons interested i-n the estate of said deceased appear before the said Probate Couri 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 sell so much of the said real estate as shall be necessary and that a copy of thi order be published four successive weeks in Th Arizona Republican, a newspaper printed and published In the eaid County of Maricopa, Dated August 17, 1900. N. A. MORFORD, Juage of the Probate Court. Proposals for School Buildings. De partment of the Interior. Office of In dian Affairs, Washington. D. C, Au gust G, 1300. Sealed proposals endorsed "Proposals for School Buildings, Rice 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. ni. of Monday. Sepiember 10. 1900. for furnishing and delivering the necessary materials and labor required in the construction and completion at Rice Station School, a stone building ftr 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 P. S. Indian Agent, San Carlos. Ari zona. W. A. JONES, Commissioner. 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 oft without notice. PIIOENTX WATER CO. .