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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, lftOO.
SOUTH SIDE AE are again to 2 v mal and Public Drug Line. BROADWAY TEMPE, D jj C-il1 reopened Horses boarded ly ine Dime MaDie-dy.wfS?"h0x guaranteed, fine Turnouts. Best Liverv Service in Tempe, JAS. H ARTSFIELD, Proprietor, TEMPE, ARIZONA. CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN For Dry ioods' IUTtIi Shoes and Notions. J, H, Hodne'.t's Store, Tempe. WAGES AND SAT.AKV. I "Pa." "Well." I "What's the difference between wages mid salary?" "If a man is working fur " h day ' running: a machine of some kind., or : litying brick or doing sum. 'thing els- j that makes a white collar iind cuffs un- , comfortable, he gels wages. Ho you : understand what I mean?" ' "Yes sir." ! "But. if he sits at a desk and uses a pen and gets $11 a week and has suft hand, he receives a salary. Now do you see the difference? '( 'hicag Times-Herald. TREAD LIGHTLY. "Hush, not so loud! Wi conference of the powers." having "Eh! Wlm is conferring?" j "My wife, my mother-in-law and the . cook." -Cleveland Plain D.-nh-r. Something Nice for nice Feople ftatbolcnc (tiuce) (mark) (makes you clean) 'TTse in pl.tce of soap for all toilet ptiroo.es. 5old at Drug stores, 2.9 cmts one pound box. Turkish face cloth free with ench box., tee large adrertisement Sunday issue this -aper. - - AT J CUM MINGS' TKMHE T A nPAf T T I 1 'T T-.T .T-. 4 is aloulu I CL. i ruKJi. - A Cordial Invitation Is extendi d all who desire to 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 parry. If prices are right, try us o-.i others. Be convinced that our goods and prices are beyond competition. A. HUNSAK" MESA, AEI' JUST ..ie of b'ankets and .,. and men's furnishing e.oods at the NOVELTY STORF, Fin t Door Wast of Postcffice, MESA, - -. ... ABIZONA fl. j. peters: WHOLESALE DEALER IN Wheat, Barley, Alfalfa, Grain Hay and All Kinds of Cereals. Special Price on Large Contracts. : Correspondence Solicited. Try Our New " OIL STOVES ,' I Just the Thing for Summer WiIburMullen Hardware Company :M KS.Y AKTZONA. , BIG BARGAINS in Hats. We are closing out our Hats at a reduced price. Must make room for fall stock. Come early and get your choice. B. M. JOHNSON & BROS. W-SA, 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 u Ma. iif the front with Nor- School Supplies, & MOEUR, ARIZONA. ; SOUTH SIDE. IDE. Usbfsv-A aifeJkaaW alaaaiaBa TEMPK. Mrs. J. J. Hour:., tt came in on yr? ttrday morning's train. There was quite it lire In Kyt'eile, twelve miles southeast of Tempe, yes terday morning, it Is said iv r&l hundred crds of wood were burned. Mrs. A. H. Tomlinson and son Spur K im . live in on yes-.er '.ay morning's train. The Crimson Kims of Tempo were defeated by the D-Mund nine of Phoe nix by a score of 10 to 2. SlirS Adams came In on yesterday morning's train and will attend the nornial school. The game that '.'as to be plavi ! te tween the Piara.in is of Mesa and the True B'u-.'g f Phoenix, in Tempe yes terday wjs postponed till next Sunday. 'Mori iB llenish. who h is spent a few months with relaliv.s at Tempe, fx puts to leave Friday for III- home at Baltimore. The Temp.- normal foot ball team expects to re:-gunize in a few weeks. The Tempe public roho Is will open this morning. KING OF ARIZONA. -tag " nniction.-. and Other News Notes. C..I. Geo. W. Nor:-. n. of Mohawk, was in Yuma Monday. II- informed th Fentinel that th" s:ati.-n oti the South rn Pacific hud been moved from Texas Hill to Mohawk Summit, from where hi? stage li v- to :he King of Arizona mine mal; s i h.se connecti n with the ia?t and w. st bouni train?. Mr. Norton sas everything in and about the King of Arizona mhi is very prosper' us. They now have very rich ore In sight which will take them twen ty y.ars to work out. The company is about t i put in a 10.000-lon plant, and will incr. ae ih.-ir works proportionate ly ail a: i un.l. They have an al.undame of water, havin;? r cently bored a new well. Mr. Norton has taken a contract t ) op:jn a road from th- King to Ty son's Wells mining district. The route ha? b n surveyed and fiund f alible, with n..,h. avy grad s and plenty of wa ter. The op ning of this road will di vert the trade of that prosperous min ing rict to the King of Arizona and Mohawk. Mr. No: ton states that Mo hawk is quite a buft'.ing town. OLD-FASH ION KD. M.Ji';gir I s. Mr. Hovnpaws. th- us man. was marriv l the other day. was soniethii-.g of a comedown for ..g-.'iiibt.o Why so?. .iejiggc.1" The w, Cdi.ig was nothing but a one-ring prrfor. nance. Philadel phia Pres.-. THE PACE. "Mlsful tunes always travel fast.' "That's right, ihe more rapid the pace a fellow goes, the quicker it over:akes him." Philade:phia- Record. After see-ing the pictures of :he wom an missionary s in the' papers, one doesn't won lcr that the Chinese didn't want any more imported. If a pretty woman ever thought of becoming a mis-si. nary she mu.-t have changed her mind. TEMPE, ARIZ. ARIZONA. AN INTERVIEW WITH INGALLS I FUbject of politic'. Moreover, I en- j Joj'i d s'tudylng rhe wonderful versatil- ,,,,,, , , 1 try of the man. I had never heard him John J. Ingalls was,, t a hard man ,o J UU(.r ft w,irJ puhl(.y ,)r p,.iv;i;elv. tnat ltiurview Indeed, he was singularly I would L-ad anyone to infer he knew approachable and unusually amiable t.. 1 the difference betwe n "The o. 1 Ken newspapcr men whom he trut- d -bii! ' 'uoky Home" and the 'Pilgrim's C'ho-ih-.re were ivruiln periods in his .-an. r "ls" f''" "Tannhauser." and here he . , . i , , ,i i . , ,. ' was. just for th- sake of 'fanning' me. f in- ng wh eh he did not want to talk ... ,, , . ,. . . .. ... , " I .'ll knew, and diverting himsclr at I'n l- publication, and I was assigned io j lnt. sanie time, tuiking of the denii- Xttac: an interview from him during ' K- tin of music in a manner that clear on. of lhosf periu.ls." said one of the' Interviews with liigalls---2-2 Chicago correspondents. 1 It Was -h : t- ly showed him absolutely fjmilair with ly after Ingall had been beaten tor th -United .States SenBtorslilii. JIi drift". I into t'hlrngo a few Week- after tin u:i foltllnatr eV' lit as unfortunate for Kafi'-H a? it Was for lugalls. in iny opinion an 1 prt up as usual, a . th- old Grand Pavlfle hotel. I was hotel repoi ter for my paper at that time, and my city editor rounded hi. t:n and to'.d me that he warned me to drill a long, high (trade lnl rvlew -.lit of Ingdl!(, 1 rath- ' ilress up :hls ta'k -f yours on music er felt that 1 was up against it wh. it about t . .1 j nt'ole-leadtd columns, I got the assignment, for Ingalls had j and it'll surj make a hit. I'll just run been as clo-e-moUlhed as a clam since ! down to the wiUing- room now and ' his tlef?at. contenting himself wi.h sar- "But Ingalls had me by the arm and dohiraUy tellinfc the iiwpaper men in .detained tn. . It was all good natur-d, other cities who apioai hed him that i:i I "f courfe. but he saw that I had the his caparky ef 'statesman out of a job' whip hand, and he proceeded to give he hadn't Anything to s.iy tha-i wou! i j me a 'eco.'p' talk on politics, s.a:? and be of interest to the public. I had of- national, that was quoted ad over the ten met Ingalls and knew him pretty ! country for we fit afterward." well, and I was quite f iniiliar with tli fact tha't when he didn't want to talk he had a knack f 'fanning' interview, ers such as f w men In public life !:i his c5ay possteed. "However. I set ofC one dark after noon, the day after l:salls arrived 1:1 Chicago, to 'get the talk out of him." When I told Paul Gore, the Grand Pa cific's chief cl. rk to send my card up to the senator, Paul leaned over the hot I desk and whispered to m? that Ingallj i was in a very crusty frame of mind, and that, although ha had received representatives from a-number of the papers that afternoon, he had 'passed 'em ail up,' as Gore put it. withou-: giv ing the-m so much as a phrase that could be twisted into an interview. It was a good tip. I 3 nl up my card, anyhow, and shortly the bellboy brought back word that the s nator would see me in the parlor in ab ut a quarter of an hour. So I went up to the second floor, where the big. dim-lit parlor of th? Grand Pa.-ific wa-? locat- "It was dull work s!ttl:ig thi re a widuiing m; thumbs while 1 waited for the 'statesman out of a job' to cor.ie down, and so. ii-iticin. an open piano over at one end of the parlor I crossed over ro It and rat down before 'he instrument. Tn my early youth I h.l.l l. -.-n r.h.M.i InlA nr.H..B. .',,,.. I i i four hours a day on the piano. :i i thar I was able t- strum prettv fair'.v .m the Instrument. I out my foot on the soft pedal and began to run over feme cf ..he old things I remembered! a snatch of this, a fragment of that j and a small se-ction if th. other ju-t j to divert myself until the eminen; Kan- i s.in made his appearance. I became so iviteresti d tha; 1 didn't notice the pas- j sag or time, but played n softly, try ing to r'tg up remnants of my rt p.-r: lire when I heard a soght. half-i-.pre.ssc J cough behind me, an I wheeled around on the stocl. Ther . in ihe dark cor- I in r opposite mo. sir.ing on a sofa wi.h his long legs crossed and a peculiar smile on his thin featur s. was Mr. In galls. 1 jumped up. of course, and started ever ;o him. " 'D.in't stop." said he motioning m back to the piano. "Go right ahead. I'd rather listen rhan '-.aik.' "T had quire a natural feeling thai he was jollying m, and so I shook my head in my well-known gracious man ner, took his extended hand and said. " 'W. 11. senator, besin at the begin ning and tell me the whole thing, omit ting nary a detail. Ton n.edn't hurry. I've g- t lots of time. You can take the narrative oac-K twenty years if you s overu, years ir you tth(.n ,he in(1UcSt would com- 'T'r'V ' I"'am 'I3 vhnl.'lnt. thalMofr. Thtfy wsr, taken pfolv Ju ;j?e ail. I I take you down in shortha rid. , Av right, who turned the Mexican loose w, -'uU , C ,":'e ym? r ,,U":,-'J ! and gave Mr. Po?ey fifty davs recrea- I" ",V ''- ' - '"- i clition of politics in the- state of Ki-n-i1 sas? li "Mr. Ingalls looked me over with a quizzical smile, uncrossed his leers and rcerof -cd 'em the other way. cleared his j Ihront on.-, cai.t " 'As between music of the Italian . and music of the German schools I find myself In a dilemma. The sensu ousness, the passion, the warmth, the melody, the hart interest, th? hu maneness, so to put it. appeal t i me ' strongly, and some.'im s have inspired I me 'to ' " 'To flights of eloquence such as it would be a delight to list n to. sena tor.' I interrupted, 'did one not nartic- ularly want to find out something at I 'tune can be made from the plumage? first-hand a? o th condition of poli-! of th- Mexican birds along that coa t tics in the state of Kansas.' ' j an 1 the ?arty may have the city at "' and som.-tim have inspire i me ' any time. Several well known persons to dream that, with the vast annuai In- I have become interested in the pr ject. flux of Italians to th-s? shores, we I and sufficient money is back of th un Americans shall at some remnt- day j dertaking to Insure hs fuiccz develop composers worthy to class with ' The plan is to obtain plumage iroin the. most eminent Italian masters of' birds for use by the milliners, of this tne amiable and elevating art of music, ror an mat. i far that there is a soporific and saccharine quality in tha great hulk of Italian operatic music, ll is too sugary, most of i:. It appeals to the senses, but not t i the intellect. Therein lies the dirT r -nee between Ital ian music and German music. German music 'the music of Wagner, we will 'tay appeals directly and convincingly o rhe inrellcct. It is .neither tawdry nor maudlin. It contain th no candhd ballad? to my lady's eyebrows. It is masculine music, whereas much of the Italian music, melodious as it may he and admittedly is. .-."ms to me ro be f- f minate and emasculate. Poor Yerdi's 'Aida" bedde Wagner's "Lohengrin:' both works are mast, rpieces. Well. "Aida"' is Nile music: ir is dreamy: it is rhe lasr note on rhe langouroits in music: it affects one like a heavy, beady old wine: the melody is almost too overpowering for ..ndurance. "Ai da" affect? some wonvn lik a too heavy fragrance of flowers. Th-n. "Lohengrin." "Lohengrin" is at times as clear and cool as a mountain lake, v.'hatever of sensuousness it possesses Ie the sensuousness of ih" open air. the meadow and forest: it is healthy Is vital. It is str . ng. it is sometimes brutally masculine. Th re are not.s in It that sound like whit caps of j..y bursting on rock-bound shores. From "Aida' 'to "Lohengrin" is like escap ing from a drawing room wherein all of the perfumes known to femininity ore fighting for the mastery into a cool space -wherein blow the coc flLUlthful zepnyrs of the night-wrapped wood land.' "Thus Ingalls talked for half an hour r nior.;. I knew that it would be pui fly Idle for me to try to switch him to ;he I l,:s subject. It'wa; al! very delightful. ' and I listened on. as on in a sort of j trance. When lie leached his final pause, howtvi r, and turned to me with another, of those shrewd, Quizzical .-ml!- x of Lis, I played a little card of ' r.n- c-.v: un an in.nani's thought. ! " "i'iiai'e mighty hot stuff, senator.' said I. "It beats anything you culd have sal: on Dolitic9. al! r.o'.'.o.. . 1 can A SHOOTING SCRAPE Between Two Graham County Men Who Took No Chances. A shoo;Ing scrape occurred here last Thursday that haI its amusing fea tures as well as Its dangerous ones, says the Clifton Era. It seems that an American named Posey, and a Mexican barber whose name wo did not learn, occupy adjoining rooms in the Celling building, with only a board partition between, and that no; reaching quite up to the calling. The -barber, not be In.sr overwhelmed with customers, spent a large part of his time picking on a guitar, which was a great an noyance to Mr. Posey, who worked at night and tried to sleep in daytime. The Mexican understood no Knglish, . .. . . , ; " I Ms remonstrancts were of lifile avail. d I . , , .. -nr. fi.py naci accumulates ciuue I . .,.1. , . , , , I store cf old shoes, bottles id bo3t ... , .. ' .. . j jji i.-. i;, iiitr ueiieill t.l Toe oiicK-ience i felines, and would occasionally shy a. f. of them over .he partition, only to j niak the .umult and r.pioar all the - -'. " L UOl HOC 111 U.I. IWM UUaiC nuisance. On the afternoon in question the cli max was reached. The barber was en tertaining a party of friends and the hilarity as.-um. d such prepoi .ions that Mr Posey b' came so desperate that he conned his war clothes, aril with an old long 4.. that was dangerous at eith. rend, proceeded to liattle. He ap proached the street from a side alley, ar.d. seeing the. barber In the doorway, took a shot at him. If the barber had been sitting astride the north star he might have been hit. but. being un injured, he st. pp; back inside, took I his own lit'tle gun, stepp d to the win- dew. and, keeping his beidy discreetly ; under cover, turned loose. , Mr. Posey, finding that he had repo sition, also concluded that discretion I w as the b. st way, also stepp2d back I around the corner of the building, and I poking his gun around the corner, shot again. The barber al?o reacned out I ard around the- window and sho;. Thus the fusilade was kept up. each out of sight, ami almost out of hearing of each, other, until their ammunition was ixhausted. when both nt into hiding, each supposing he had killed the other, and when officer Toll Bell. with his posse, hun:cd liiem out. each lion on the tailing pil ' PLOT TO MURDER The Bright Colored Mexican Birds For Their Plunnffe. A pi' ject is being talked of in Kl I'aso which is directed against th' Gulf, if Mexico along the California ays the H' raid. The El Paso- uns who are back of the scheme are going into the matter for the sake . f t!ie dollars. It is believed that a foe- country and Europe, for declaring hi. l? worn by women. The birds found on the gulf of California coast are among rhe m.st beautifui in the wot Io. but what is a more important consid cation to the ineTL who have about de termined to ent . r into the business of killing litem, is the fact that their bivasts and wirgs are the fashionable plum, s for this year, and probably next and that they are of the fashionable colors. Bird feather.- and plumes are more expensive this year than ever before. This is partly due t- th fact that in many states in this cour.ery where , beautiful birds abound, stringent laws i have be. n passed prohibiting the kill- of any hut strictly game Lirds. and 1 those only in certain s 'a-ons of the yt a r. I In cons quence the price of plumage j h.-a gone up to a very high figure and xhorbitant prices are being paid for ! he wings and breasts and tail feath- . i- of bird of available plumage. I A hoat will be purr has". i at r'.uay i mas. stocked with provisi ns. and the lat:ght. r commenced. A -toi k comp.i- f I i.y will probably be f.n-ni. .1 here to n- it? ! ftineer the plan through. The feathers will be shipped from Gatiymas to Kl Pa . and the people at this end will ariang for their sale and shipment to lie Ni w York maikels. o Are you doing your children harm? Many parents do it. Atk yourself the question scrious'ly, and answer it honestly. TO FIGHT FOREST FIRES Land Commissioner Herman Has In stituted a Thorough System. Commissioner Dinger Hermann of the general land office has institute! a very thorough system for guarding agninst fires within the forest reservations of all of the western stages during ih rigid surveillance to prevent any and all f.:cs from working great damage to the public forest -. He has telegraphed to each cf the re spective superintendents of reserves asking if in their juigment the present force of forest rang rs is sufficient to cope with emergencies .and if there are now any exposed places in thesa re serves not sufficiently guarded by an adequate pitrol. If in their judgment an i"er.ased force is required during 'he heated saason these Eup?rintend cnts are authorized 'to recommend reiv appointments, which will be made as long as the available funds last. Several such appointments have al ready been made and many others will follow when the requests arrive. This same protection cannot be extended to the forest on the public domain outsid? of the preserves, but where special agenis report spreading fue? th. land office is ready to assist as far as pos sible with funds in extinguishing them. Up to this time no fires have gained ' headway on the reserves, and the com missioner hopes this thorough patrol will prevent any extensive conflagra tion. Journal-Miner. "Sij.w nocu am ajaq.w s.woqs XiqtjUBA, -uj inq "papuam aq .iciu it uaojq l :at;d cumo B aim si ejuepijuoj DESERT LaND, FINAL, PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office Arizona. September 6, 1900. Tue.-on, Notice is hereby given tha: Orson A. Roberts of Arlington, Maricopa Coun'y, Arizona, has filed notice of Intention to make proof on his deser:-Iand claim No. 2977. for the S. Vi. N. E. and N. '. S. K. U. Sec. 7. T. 2 S.. K. 5 W.. G. & S. H. B. & M.. before the clerk of the Dis trict Court at Phoenix. Arizona, on Monday, the l.Vh day of October. 1900. . He names the following witnesses to lamation of sail and: William H. ! r,.,., , . . , ,c Taylor. Irvine Church and Moses E. a'.,. ,.,.. . . i Clar.ton of Arlington. Arizona, and - 'x,. . . , , , , . .John B. Montgomery cf Phoenix. Ari- ona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication September S, 1!0. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION oC the JAMKr! -'EILL OIL COMPANY. Know Al! Men by Thes" Presents: That we. the undersigned, for rhe purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, do adupt the following Articles of In corporation: First. The name of rhe corporation shall be the "James Neill Oil Com pany." Second. The names of the Incor porators are; James Neill. Players' "lub, N w York City, N. Y.; Edythe Chapman. New York: J. W. Evans, Los Angeles, California: G. F. Herr, Los Angeles, California: H. II. Knight, Los Angeles, California. Third. The place where the princi pal business of said eorporarie.n is to be transacted is Phoenix, in the said Territory, but the corporation pro posts to carry on business in the County. of Lcs Angeles, Scate of Cali fornia, and at such other place or places in said State, or other states or territories of the United Srates as may be found- mcessary and rhe corpora tion will have a main office and a stock transfer office in e.he City of Los Angeh s, County cf Los Angeles, State of California. Fourth. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted is: 1st. To buy, to otherwise acquire, to prospect for. to hold, own. manage, op erate, improve and develop oil lands, mining claims, mineral rights, oil wells and other real eslate 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, developing-, pr. dur ing. refining, distilling, treating, manufacturing, preparing, handling, storing, dealing in, buying and selling oil, petroleum, coal, gas, asphal'tum, bituminous rock and other minerals and hydro-carbon substances and products of such substances; and for such purposes to buy or otherwise hold, own, manage and operate re fineries, pipe lines, tanks, manufac tories, machinery, tank cars and orher wor ks and appliances that may be in cident or auxiliary to said business: to purchase, erect, own and maintain all building.- necessary to tho protection of the company's machinery, or nects sary to the carrying- on of its work, or that may be deemed necessary or con venient therefor by the board of dl rectoi a 3. To rent or lease to others, to im prove, sell, n.anage. pledge ami other wise dispose of, or any parr of, any of the real or personal property owned by said corporation, or in which it mav have any interest. 4. Also to tak." and acquire, by pur chase or exchange or other lawful modes, to hold, own. sell or otherwise dispose of rhe capital stock or bonds of orher corporations "oh. To procure or purchase water and water rights, -to develop water by tunneling, submerged dam or other-, whse, lo buy or sell water or water rights, to construct ditches, flumes and pipe lines to convey water for the usv of said company, and for other pur poses. 6th. To issue, sell and convey stock, bonds and mortgages, puroltus . ac quire and hold, or sell and c-nvey real or personal property of whatsoever' kind, and c:o all things ne..--ssa:-y to carry on the business i f the company. Fifth. The amount of the capital stock authorized is two hundrel and. fifty thousand dollars ($tl"0,000l. to be (iivided into two hundred and fifty thousand (250.000) shares, of rhe par value of one dollar i$1.00 each. Six-th. The corporation will begin business" on the 1st day of September. 1900, and will terminate in fifty (3(1) years from that date. Seventh. Tile, affairs vi this corpu- ration will 'bre" conducted -by a board cf directors, consisting of five (5) persons, including a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, and at the op tion of ;he board of directors, an as .sietant secretary and au executive committee. Election of directors shall be held annually on the first Monday of Sep- ember, and the election of officers at the first meeting of the board of di rectors thereafter. Eighth. That the names of the di rectors who are appointed for the first year, and to serve ur til the . election qualification cfsuch offlc ers, are as follows, to-wlt: James Naill, Edyt'he Chapman. J. W. Evans, G. F. Herr and R. H. Knight. Ninth. The highest amour: 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 tver exempt from corporate debts. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this 27th day of August. 1900. JAMES NEILL. rseall EDYTHE CHAPMAN, seal J. W. EVANS. seal G. F. HERR. seal R. H. KNIGHT. sear State of California, County of Los An geles, ss. On this 27th day of August, in the jear one thousand nine- hundrel, be fore me, 'M. S. McLean, a notary public in and for said county of Los Angelas, State of California, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, per sonally appeared James Neill. Edythe Chapman, J. W. Evans, G. Herr and R. H. Knight, known to me- to be the persons deiorlbeu in and whose names are subscribed to the within instru ment, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purpose and consideration -therein set forth. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year In this . certificate first above written. . . seal! M. S. MXEAN, Notary Public In. ajid for Los Angeles County, otate of California. (My commission expires October 19, 1903.) ' Territory of Arizona, County of Mari copa. I, P. W. Sheridan, county recorder in and for .the 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 30th day of Au gust, 1900. and duly recorded in Book No. 4 of Articles of Incorporation, Records of Maricopa County, Arizona, at pages 425-6-7-8. Witness my hand and official seal the day and year above written, seal F. Yvr. SHERIDAN. By Recorder. C. W. BARNETT, Deputy. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Finla L. McClure. Deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the under signed administrator, with will an nexed, of the estate of Finia L. Mc Clure. deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, wtith the nee-essary 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.- H. B. WILKINSON, Administrator, with Will Annexed, of Finla L. McClure, Deceased. Dated this 4th day of September. 1000. First publication, September 5, 1900. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Robert S. Brown Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate ot Robert S. Brown, deceased, 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 oflice 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 counr-y of Maricopa. A. J,- WICKIZER, Administrator of Robert S. Brown, Deceased. Dated this 4th day of September. 1900. First publication, September 5, 1900. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CON VENTION. Headquarters Republican Territorial Central Ciramrttee: Tucson, Arizona, August 22. 1900. TO THE REPUBLICAN PARTX 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. m., 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 uch 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. Brodie for Delegate to Congress in November, 1S38: therefore the representation will be as follows: Brodie Vote. No. Del. Apache county ?;4 5 Coconino county 464 6 Cochise county fi48 13 Gila county 383 8 Graham county 521 10 Maricopa county 1,743 35 Mohave county 168 3 Navajo county 339 7 Pima county 641 13 Pinal county 273 .1 Santa Cruz county v 193 4 Yavapai county 1.404 28 Yuma counry 343 7 Total number of Delegates 147 Proxies will be recognized only when presented by a voter who i" a resident of the counry from which the eame 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 delegates leave for the convention they elioiild taKc rcecjna toe ruoney mid and the matter can probably be ar ranged at Pho'tiix for returning- fre. A full attendance of delega tes la earn -estly desired, as well as the presence of representative republicans from every part of the territory. CHAS. It. DRAKE. J. KNOX CORBETT, Chairman. Secretan'. OFFICE OF THE BORD OF SfPERVISORS OF MARICOPA COUXTY, ARIZONA. PHOENIX. AUGUSTS . 1V9. Tn tke matter of a petition for the creation of a Xo-Feice Ii-'r vt in what is known as the Ar'ington Pi r.cl, (this district is west of th Hassayaropa B ver and is a part of tbe Buck eye Justice Precinct and has been brought into existence by the building tbe Arlington Canal within the past twelve months) on motion an4 by full vote of the board the following resolu tion was adopted:- Where's, said petition being signed br a maiority of atl the taxpayers of tha said Arl ington District as shown by tbe Original A xessment Roll of Maricopa County, Arisona. Territory, for the year :900. (a certiBed list of the said ui payers baring been tarnished thi Board by the County Assessor. L. Y. Coa-gins.) expressing the desire that a No-Fence District shall be formed, so that no fences shall be required around the lands in raid district nn drr n(i persuant to and in accordance with Act So 41 of the Seventeenth Legislative As sembly of Arizona, approved april 4tb, I9. was presented to and filed with tbe Boarn ot Supervisors of Maricopa County, Arizona Ter ritory, on the 3lst day of August H00, Now Therefore, it is ordered that tbe above petition be granted, and that all of tne said facts be entered upon tbe minutes of tbia Board, and it is further ordered that the record of safd facts be pub'ished in the Arizona Re publican, a newspaper published in Phoecix. Arizona, in accordance with the proviaians of the above mentioned Act of tbe Seventeenth Legislative Assembly ot Arisona, and the boundaries of the raid Arlington Ko-Fence District be described, as follows, to wit:- Beginning where the Buckeye Canal crows the Haasayamna River, and follow the Buck eye Canal to where the Arlington Canal crows the said Buckeye Canal, tbenee along the Arlington Canal on and around the mesa to the Winter's wash, thence down a'oag the foot of the mesa to Ibe Wolfley dam in the Gila River,1 and thence to the center of tha Gila River, thence np the center of the Gila Kiver to.to the center of tbe month of tbe Hasrayampa River, tbenee up the center of Ihe 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 at Sup ervisors of Maricopa County, Arizona Terri tory, held this 31st day of August. 1300, in so much' as they relate to the creation of tbe above No Fence District. JOHS GRAY, First publication Sept. 1, 19C0. Clerk of Board. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 20M.) Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Tucson, Arizona, Aug;. 2, 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. hk S.W. U. Sec. 31. Twp. 2 N., Range .1 E., Gil 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, Arisona. MILTON R. MOORE. Register. . First publication Aug. 22, 1900. PROBATE COURT. In the Probate Court of Maricopa County Territory of Arisona. In the Matter of the Estate of John E. Aye rs. 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. Bennit-t, administrator of the estate of John E. Ayers. decease!, that it is necessary to sell the whole of the real estate of said decedent to pay tbe 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 ne heirs in said estate; . It ls therefore ordered by this Court tnat all persons interested La the estat" of said deceased appear ba "ore the said Probate Court on Monday, the.lTfb day of September, A. D.. 1S0, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at the court room of said Oourt, at the court house in the city of Phoenix. Maricopa County, Territory of .Arizona te show cause why an order should not b granted to said administrator to sell tn much of the said real estate as shall be neceesary. and that a copy of thks order be published four successive weeks In The Arizona Republican, a newspaper printed and published In the said County of Maricopa. Dated August 17. 1900. N. A. MORFORD, Juoge of the Probate Court. 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' and ad dressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs., Washington, D. C, will be re ceived at this office until two o'c lock p. m. or Monday, .September 10,. 190". for furnishing and delivering the necessary materials and labor required, in tb construction and completion at Rice Sta tion School, a stone building f-r 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 offic. the Builders" and Traders' Exchange- 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. WATER NOTICE. From May 1 to October 1 all sprink ling must be done between 5 and I p. m., and never without a nozzle or sprayer attached to hose. For violation of above rule water will be turned off without notice. ,. ,. FHOENJX .WATER CO,