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THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC AX: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1900.
& SOUTH o ' e WHILE the I e wo rut and ltej:ii Hit-fin conven tion!! were in session we were stocking up with school supfl'e?, so that we can now supj y the wants of every school hoy and girl. Come ai.d -ee us. BROADWAY & MOEUR, TEMPE, ARIZONA. & nr Ti j j c-i-i- I IIP fillTTr? MlllItt Best Liverv Service in Tempe, JAS. HARTSFIELD, Proprietor, TEHPE, ARIZONA. CHEAPEST PLACE IN! TOWN For Dry Goods, Shoes and Notions. J. H, Hodneit's Store, Tempe. I SOUTH SIDE. VMWWW iV J, AMMMATl V TEMPI-:. A. C. McQueen of Mesa and N. P.-.er- Min of Tempe l ist night sect a car of rattle to Butcher Hodg.i ai Vuma. The Ttmpe free reading room n.an agenient has placed a large, I'm book case in the room pr. i -.ir.iinrj to ill--reception of a large shipir.otit i f tir.-t-class books, which will mcui be re ceived. The material w as f in ni.-hei! by George N. Cage of the P.liun Lumber yard, and the case was ma n- by Cir penter Theodore Dickinson. The read ing room of Tempe is one of lie- best institutions in town and is well patron ized and is greatly appreciated by i he citizens. The leading demociais of Tempo were In Phoenix yesterday. A numb r Something niefor nice Feople (MAKES YOU CLtAN) Vse in place of soap for all toilet purp -is. fold at Drujj stores, 2. cents one pound box. Turkish face cloth free with each Ima. bee large advertisement Sunday issue this nr. per. j The ICE CREAM you get r AT 4 0 t CUMMINGS' TEMPK Is ABSOLUTELY PURE. A Cordial Invitation Is extendi d all who de-sire to buy dry Koods at the RIGHT PUICK. Ituy where you can get the best goods for the least cash. V.'e aim to sell at bot tom prices. Try us on- any line we carry. If prices are right, try us on others. Be convinced that our goods anil prices are beyond competition. A. HUNSAKER, MESA. ARIZONA. HatsIHatsIHats! Men's, boys' and chil dren's felt hats, large assortment at lowest prices at the NOVELTY STORE, Flrtt Boor MESA, - - West of Postofflce, - - - ARIZONA WHOLESALE DE.'LER IN Wheat, Barley, Alfalfa, Grain Hay and All Kinds of Cereals. Special Price on Large Contracts Correspondence Solicited.! Try Our New " OIL STOVES ' Just the Thing for Summer Wi!borMnllen Hardware Company BIG BARGAINS in TIats. room for We are clos fall stork. g out ut Hats me early and B. M. JOHNSON k BROS. MESA, - - - - - Don't forget that the Pioneer Store ZENOS CO-OP. 0 carries the best and largest line of General Merchandise of any 1 c 1 c srore on the South Siae. Largest Line of General Merchandise is Mesa. SIDE & '' ' reopened. Horses liounk'd lv thiv, week or month. C.o.1 .-are puaianteeit. fine Turnouts, of them returned, howow r. ar!y in the evening. A. J. Peters s -nt out two ca:s of hay on las; night's train. M:;s l.elia. Hicks, accompanied by a young lady friend, rani" in y.sterday from illobe. to oP.tr r the noi :r. ll sci'.o.il. Donald McQueen atid Walter Knight of Mesa brought over to Tempe a bunch cf cailie last night. Part of I li tii went to Yuma on the evening train. ; Miss l-'-na Haits-Mold is spending a !'. w days in Phoenix, the guest of Ih . I l.i uxhuj si home. Arthur Mtrejiih came in yesterday . mi. riling; from Loidshurg. Cal.. where i he spent the past summer with f : i- nds ond relatives of . big riev. il i ticipatcd at tin nigh I. A large thai place. f merry ihinc.-rs is au- furry hall tomorrow number of invitai io is wo re set; t ml by tii- .retnbers of the Ti mpi brass baud yesterday. It is the second dance of the Season given by the l.oys anil they d'-s -rve great credit for the success with which they handle th- ''an. is. 'Ili.y hive engaged good mti.-ic and with th line floor of the t'uiry building they expert a great time. This is the first line this hill has lain used. It is much larger than any other hall in tv. n and its four walls are open to the fresh air with many witi lows. A go.,d time is aniioi- pat Sid. 'd b" the tlaucei f tic u;h! M KSA. Mullin company have The Wilbur .lust r.-cehnl a full lin gt a:iit; a re a nd are of zinc, tin an I fi'ering them .ill a low figure to the trade. The work c-i the now- hall is pro gr sslng nicely. Mesa will boost i f a splendid opera and dance hall, whi.-li wi I be finish-d in November. A parly is not fit ting in M.-.a to go on a pro-p. eting tottr into M.-xi o. They are buying ponies to park and it is sU I that tl.ry an- in p issee.-ion of con-ei'i'if.g a rleii pla.ir li.-ld in an I ai going pi-; pan ! Io di Io bi.s;i:e!.s in wa shins go!.!. Mr. M. J. ; Wal.i ,,r Mesa was ; business visitor in 1'ho-nK yesterday il. A. -Maul;, candid.;'.- lor 1 1 ,-or.l -r wini to lit- lupilal ii. y y, si r lav. J. M. Home and wife and Mrs. Mat ti- M-is w.re visili rs to i i'.-, nix ;.is-jl t-i-.lay. I Mr. John M.-irtin a-td .-oa w-rc visit-l; ovs to I'r.o. i--ix y-slei.iiy. t- Mrs. Carrie Fust-.- an-l Mamie i have been in Pho-mx is:i'ng ire f- w days. i C. II. Connolly is handling a splf n iil 1 line of mens' and children' I'el: hats. , The Zrnr.s Co-op store -eniinii's to ! bad in tin- -in- of sho-s arel g-nts lur i tiisliing goods. c. 1 ;. Ilak-s and W. J. l.ellainn were. !;. nat s Io ta- .ton il convention at Phoenix o sier.iay. W. K. Pal nay v.cnt lack to the P. i.'i dog mill yesunlay. Mr. P.oiie'-oy n.ts a foil foi'-- ,tf men w .-i king in the leiiiidog mine and is runtiing tl;e !lue ten-tuii!p mill night and day. The mill is on.- of the finest ii, the teriiioiy and it is undersl 1 : ha the niin- i - on a p tying basis. Ydl'N.: SCCLPTRKSS' WOIIK. Miss M eiilptres? :h Mop who iv.n tabli t to St. Paul ig.lcn. tin- young th- co npet i i ion for i.e pi eseni. d tot he has tlnished that th bronf steamship piece of i ti d it : Paui. lin-l n c.v Iieitig i a-t .Minn. The tab- j in bronze at St let r- presents n ex uted design TEMPE, ARIZ. 7 at a redueid get your choice price. Must make ARIZONA. WHOLESALE I and BET All. in low relief if the battleship off the ih re isn't a coffin in sight. There are const of Porto Itii-ii. li"ne;i:n which is ' seen h : -re something as different from ( the legend of the ship's his'., ry. thejthe c Bin in form and appearance us ! I uh.de being within a honl -r d. i ora tn:i. i -ism if. cant of victory, in mimical do-I sins both ariinie and expr.:j--ivo. j " - A LIVELY CAMP Fire, Sports and Society News of Phoenix Mine. Pho. nix Mine. Ari:'... S pt. 11. Spec ial " rrespondence of The itepublican.) The min is now employing about :ifiy-:hree men. anil there is no doubt it will be the comi:vg mining camp of the t rritory. Am-mg the men now mploy d are Judge H ir on and "I- l.ty" Kennedy, wh a bas ball tt.: m . -ich practice game Sunday morning. Su pi rip. en L n ; Huntingtc..-! a te.l a- em pire and the scoi was eight to niii' ii favor of Judge Horton. December 1 they will play the championship game and Si:yi: rint -ndeni lluntmi on .-as h will mak" the winning team a pre.--en: of a full unif rm suit, and then they will h ive to challenge tin Tru : Plius for a Christmas game. Parson Putnem held a i digious' meeting at ".::!. and later in the evtni.ig Stiper ir.ti :u! nt Hirntingion donated i' for two ivlic, 1-ba now races. The first was ti be a handicap. Ir e-f. r-all. $:'."') first prize, and $1 second pi ize. Th other was a fat man's race: priz . $l..-. Mr. Ktteis. lieorg 'argile. "Fatty" Kennedy and "Cowboy" Merr-U race. Mr. Ktteis firs: money and ::am s-end. Mr. ent"red the last was awarded "Parson" Put- i: tiers gav this m iney to his charming little daught r Kdith. and she bought a little burro lor a p-t. In th? s-?con.1 race "Fairy'1 Kennedy was awarded the $1.",0 pt ize. He to k the m ui y. b. t didn't say a thing about bet r. I. as; Saturday Ju ige Horton call d j krng.inn urt at the usual time Sttle. Th- barber. Charley Jones, who is ; 1'roposals for Net Be f. Flour, etc. arting as jirusecuting attorney, was b. 'S. Indian School Service. Navajo promptly in his chair, while the otfieer j It dian Agency. Fort Defiant-?. Ai iz na. of the camp. Joe P.ush. brouglu in j September S. 1900. Pal-on Putnam, w ho was charged w ith I Seal, d propoa-ls Indorsed "Proposals burning: too mil -h company oil reading I for Net lteef. Flour, etc.." as the case cim- n .vels. The parson'.- sent- nee ! may be. pnd address-d to the under was to run Itob-rs n Critsole tor f n ! signed at Fort Defiance. Arizona, will das. People of the mine may not j be received at this agency u.:til 2 know Kob.rsen Crusole. w hile very (ne in camp knows him well. He is an o! : wheil-barrow ha: was brotigilt lout he iv about st-v nteen years af. j when th mines were first worke Uobrrson Crusele is lath, r lantern- I jew, d. bat is still in th ring. There j j i.-- nothing to say about Dr. P-.H nam. i ! lor he is' having seme tr-.ubl of ids ' own. This morning whil- the boys at the I bunk hous - were waiting f r the ! bn akfast bell to tittg. the biarling l.oe..e boss ran out. living "Ha! ha! I- ln ! tire! " Barb, r J".nea Van m'.i.-klv tj Manager Hor; oil's house, wher- the, . I lire was. He climb, d ouickiv on too : ; : oi the house and began shouting j "Water! iv.it. r!" pi.t ail hands after i .hunting for a lime : t.yi buckets, . f.Ktn.l the tank was dry. and th" ti--. 'l eparmn nt was. of ooiir.-e. j.awerl'. The house burn-d iike il. The assay .1 was saw'. Tile lire was stoop 1 1- re much damage was don.-. THK I'N DKRTAKING PPSINKSS r i i na ngt . t i on-d ; in Pra el ie. with Modern thai have Devel P.urial Casket. Nowadav ( u..,',i a,,i.,i, ,. ,r '-"n - -ei- ii. iur, il l lie ie .nail -.1 i ct nt. oi tnose who die n ities are l.uri-d in th- old-fashioned coffin: the rest are bttriel in th- modern burial ci.sket. Th. percentage of cask ts used is still steadily increasing, and the only thing ihat prevents its supplanting: the ( ellin entirely is its greater cost. T'p to within a very few years the cheap st cask -t made was one cloth-cov- rod. selling at about $."0 to .?.)". There is now pr- din ed a casket of wood stained in imitation of rosewood, that is sold f -r $t:r. Prt cotlins. of ent-.rse, are much cheaper than that. There are s ill ma le some tin. cotlins of oak. costing eonsid-rably more, but the gr tiler bulk oi the coffins r. w r.sed cost considera bly less and are used by poorer peo ple. Still. I look to see the day n hen rask-ts can be sold at a price so low that th coffin will practically dlsap p ar. "l-'ven now in the warerooins of lb" big coffin and casket manufacturers the coffin is no longer s .-Id by -Jimple. t'effins are. of course, made still in great numbers in the aggregate, but they aiv sold from the catalogu ; the place they once held in the show roms i.- now taken up by the modern casket, whi-h. i.- male in simply hundreds of ; tl s. to which new styles, caskets m :h w ib sign and finish, or in some de- ail or oth. r. are c nstantly being ad it d. "l-i the old tim-s. wh.-n a coffin was just a coffin, and tl-.lt was all there was to it. and the undertaker, who was perhaps a cabinet mak- : as well, made lb c ftir.s that he sold, he kept on hand or he made to er.l-t. cotlins i f any siz- j i i j 1 1 a 1 1 1 y 1 1 1 .1 . migoi oe n eoeii io me-. io o 1 1 ll .lilt ll 1. lie in.ioo e.iioo 01 ario-e;' materials a-ul grades: h-- Hi ! lil t b gin to d that with the mociern burial cask : though he can I supply a large majority cf the demands made upon him. b- eatts-. whil- the modern cask, t i- male in such wry gr-at variety, yet il-.e greater numb r of th 'Si sold are comprise. 1 within til t or f w, r vari-ti. s that are viitually slandard styles an! I 'liitneniy sold. I'a lcrtaki rs can easily keep on It.iti 1 a dozen or twenty or mnre styles of cas kets, and am- ng t!n-e ther- 1 lik-ly lo b- found one s.iitabl... Hut if there shoeld not be. th-ii. in ih.se '-iys. the iiu.leriaker might sell a ensk,.; f,-,,-n the casket maniifactue -r s ea ta logtie. i itViiilnys a large and c s ly book, w ith .- gr at utimber of elaborate illustra tions: or. in any larjs- city. as. for hi sialic- h S'-r.d or : r .-oiii of s- le-i ion re in New Yoek. he might he his i t! tont-r t th- ware- j he maatifaetui i i-. t. make a , her.-. The sale of th cask, t i . uild be, of curse. 1 p- rchaser. but to th . taking a oust- ni. r to et to the llltilliai- und rtaker. This the show rooms of : s in- thing pern- j 1 the mant-faet ne r i-; I llarly and .sseutiilly mod -in. The;e 1 was no occasion to c so. :o lie sure. ! 1,1 lbP ',;,vs "r " mns; 1,rt ui,h ,p': lone of them a vivid r m;n? r of death. j !t in t i'" bi" " hink "f anyh.-,-iys ''"king through a great stock of cof- fins to make a .eiec:icn. f.-i ir ther been a stock : s-lee t from. But here, as I was paying a moment ag... it is possible to make it. burial cai:ets only. Caskets nf t-anvJ oak and ma- h.ig.iny. and caskets of nlunonitm. it:id caskets covered with cloth and : i.-sisli and with vari ..us o h r tine fab- ri-s. caskt ts i.i many styb black, and in white, an 1 in dors: it is truly a marv Inm And among these caskets. s and in 1 various j ; display. I many or 1 :berii elaborate titid beautiful, pi pi i ok without a thorght of tii? drea that the old-time coffin inspired. "In old times a coffin was to h- s in an undertaker's shop only upon oc- irtr-.il.-. MOW u is l!.u ail II :.- oil Olio ll tiling to see a burial cask- : displayed there in a snimble shovcase. For a 'n ng time now. th uch it Is since the ir.t : ouuctioii of burial caskets, ii has hive originated j l-.pn a custom, followed by many un-Ta-y play 1 a d riak rs. in the mor- densely p-opled parts of the city, to put in their show ! wind v child's burial cask d :th'v i would .-. -ver think of pi-tting- a littlp 1 c oin there, but the little casket : . ot;-.rthir. very different. r- times. ii th re 1 room in e v' 1 ...w. thei-p iji- sl: wn th : e ' ; sized l a-'k't: but more often su -h a display as that Is made in a showcase inside; and such displays might be s-en nowadays in undertakers' establishments in any part cf the city, th" cask t thus shown 1 eing one costing, perhaps. $5iW). but more likely $1,000 or rnre. C mmonlv sucli displays would be of a single caske;: but in such establishm r.ts . rr.wadays there might be Seen wore than one. and you might see a consid j erabl. number thi s displayed j "S me of this mo.i"rn display is due. j n o tir-ubt, to modern, progressive ways of doing things, which have nlered i:iti tlie undertaking business jus.t as j they have into every othev. P.ut the possibility (f it all is du . like the other I changes T have mentioned, to the cap : ket itself, so far removed from that ' veritable syinb , of Jc-at'u. the old- time coffin." Xew York Sun. o'clock p. m. of Saturday, September li'f'0. for furnishing anJ delivering at this agency and schools. .I.i l.-i mini ) ' uuriiig i iie usrai year enaing .J .in - e-i. . I '.'l. a quantity of net beef. Hour, oats hay and w od. a full list of the artiel t -get her with specifications and diiv tions to bidders to be had' by tnaki 1 applicaiion to th i-r.dersigned. For any additional information apply , CHOKCF. W. HAYZI.F.TT. I- S. Indian Agent. I DESERT L.iXP. FINAL PROOF. NOTTCF. FoR PF1BI.ICATIOX. l Tnit'''1 States Land Oflic. . Tue.-on. ! -Arizona. Sppttmbor 6. v.m. i Xoli,'e t" hereby given (ha; Orson A. I '"''erts ..r Arlington. Maricopa County, j 1 Arizona, has filed notice ,-f intention ! '" n,;,Ke proof on his desert-Ian 1 claim , I N . ?.r.-,. for the S. N. l:. V, and N. i. i S. 1-:. i4. Sec. 7. T. 1 S.. It. r. W.. c,. S. I P.. H. At M.. before the lerk of th- Dis- iiricc ourt ar i"non:. Arizona, on Monday, the 15:h day of October. J He names the following wi.ness 11X10. I s to.T I prove th? complete irriga'.ioti and rec- ' I lamtition of sail lanl: William H.I Taylor. Irvine Church .ind Moses E. i a of Arlington. Arizona, and John B. Montgomery rf Phoenix. Ari zona. MH-TflN R. MOOItK, Regi:a p. First publication S- ptemb- r S. l'.iiio. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION oZ the JAMES NEII.L OIL COMPANY. Know All Men by Thes--- Presents: That we. the under-igned. for the purpose of forming a . p ua i oi under the laws of the T n.tniy of Arizona, do a. '.opt the f dlow lre; Articles of In corporation : First. The name of th- corporation shall be the "James Neill Oil Com- I pany." i Second. The names of the incor , pura.ors are: James Neill. Piayers' ! ciub. N w York City. N. Y. ; F.dythe Chapman. New York: .1. W. Evans, ; I-os Angeles. California: (!. F. Herr. I I-os Angeles. California; R. H. Knight, i ! Angeles, California, j Tnird. The place where the princi I pal business of said corporation is to i be .transacted is Phoenix, in the said Territory, but the corporation pr i- poses to carry on business in the county of Los Ang.Jes. S-.ate of Cali fornia, and at such other place or places in said State. . r o:her s'ales nr territories of the I'niied Stales as may be found' n. i cssary and the corpora tion will have a main ollice and a siock transfer office in 'the city -of I-os Ar.gelis, County of i.os Ang-l-s. State of California. Fourth. The general nature of the business proposed co be transact d is: 1st. to buy. to otii-rwise acq m prospect for. to hold, own. rnanag- . to 101- crate, improve and ieveIo mining claims, mineral wt-lls and other real estate tsts and rights in any of oil lands. rights. oil and inttr said prop- M-ty. 2d. To engage in and carry on th business of nunirg. operating, cxplor- lng. tunneling or drilling for, develop- ing. producing. refining, di.-tilling. treating, manufacturing. preparing, handling, storing, d- aling in. buying and selling oil. pi :roleuni. coal. gas. asphal-tiini. bituminous rock and other minerals and hydro-cai bon substances and products of such substance-; and for such purposes to b-y or otherwise hold, own, manage anil operate re fineries, pipe liii.s. tanks, manufac- ' torles, ma hinery, tank cars and oilier works and appliances that may be in cident or auxiliary Io said hu.-ini ss: 10 purchase, erect, own and maintain all building;? necessary to the pro-ectioii of t he company's machinery, or neefs- sary to the carrying on of its work, or that may be deenic 1 nee Vcnient therefor by the ;sary oi c n- bciarrt ct ni rector 2. To rent ov lease to othrrs. to im prove, sell, manage, pledge and other wise di-pose of. or any part of. any of the real or personal property owned fcy said corporation, or in which it mav have any interest. 4. Also to take and acquire, by pur- chase or exchange or other lawful mods. to hold. own. sell or otherwise dispose of the capital stock or bonds of other corporations' '". To procure or purchase water an-i wa.er rignts. to oteveiop water by tunneling, submerged dam or 'other- wise, 10 buy or sell water or water rights, to construct ditches, flumes and Pipe lints to convey water for the use of said company, and for other pur- f'Jfrf' utn. To issue,, sell and convey storlt, unds and m- rtgage?. purchas. . ac quiie and '-old. or sell and convey real or p.isonal prooei-ty of whatsoever kiuu. and do all things necessary to carry on the busi.tess of the company. Fifth. The amittnt or the capital stock authorized is" two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,00.1), to be dividi.d into two hundred and fifty thousand (2.10.000) share?- of the par value of one dollar (Sl.tX.) each. Sixth. The corporation will begin husinec on i;hP jt day of September, !00. ml will terminate in fifty (50) ..ears from that date. Seventh. The affairs of this corpo ratitm will bo conducted by a board of directors, consisting of five (.".) person?, including a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, and a; the op tiun of .the board o" c.irc-etoi s, an as sistant secretary and a:i executive, committee. Flection of directors shall be lieid annually on the first Monday of Sep tember, and the election of officers at the first meeting of the board of di t'er.ors thereafter. eighth. That the names of the di rectors who are appointed for the first year, and to se-ve u-til the election qualification f s uc h o ffl c ers, ar as follows, to-wit: Jarats Neil', Kdythe Chapman. J W. Evans, G. F. Herr and R. H. Knight. Ninth. The highest amount of In debtedness or liability 1 1 w hich this corporation shall subject itself is fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.) Tnth. Private property of the mem bers of tin- corporation shall be for- er exempt from corporate debts. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this L'Tth dr.y of August. 1900. JAMES NF.ILI,. EDYT1IK CHAPMAN J. Tv. 1 IVANS. n. f. HEr.ii. R. II. KNIGHT. Tsean Tseal seal seal f sea 11 State of Calif, rnla County of Los An- g-eles, rs. l)n rh S "Tlh A air of A.io-ecf In tUa year one thousand nin hundre I. be. j fore me. M. S. McLean, a notary public in and for said county of Lom Angeles, g State of California, residing therein, ouiy commissioned and sworn, per sona. !y appeared James Xeil!. Kdythe Chapman. J. W. Evans. CI. F. IP rr and It. H. Knight, known to me to be the persons described in and whose names are subscribed to the within instru ment, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purpose and consitleratinn -therein set forth. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official s ai the day and year !u this certificate first above written. rear. M S. M'LEAN. Notary Public In and for Los Angeles County .etate of California. (My commission expires .October 19, l'tftt.) Territory .f Arizona, County of Mari Copa. I. F. "W. Sheridan, county recorder in 1 lor th? County and Terrltorv n fore F' said, do hereby certify that the within Instrument was filed for record at 1:40 o'clock p. m.. on this :10th day of Au gust, io,, o. and duly recorded in Book No. 4 of Articles of Incorporation, Records of Maricopa County, Arizona, at pages 425-B-7-S. 4 Witness my hand and official seal the day and year above written. Tsial F. W. SHERIDAN, r-y R. corder. C. W. P.ARNETT, Deputy. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Finla L. McClure, Dectased. Notice, is hereby given by the under signed administrator, with will an nexed, of the estate of Finla P.. Mc-Clui-L. deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims ngainst the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication nt 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. H. WILKINSON. Administrator, with Will Annexed, of Finla L. McClure. Deceased. Dat. d this 4:h day of September. 1900. First publication, September 5. 1500. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Rob. i t S. Brown Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of Robert S. Brown, deceased, to the cred itors of and oil persons havinsr claims 1 againy; th ! them, with said d. ceased, to exhibit the necessary vouchers. witt.m rour months after the first pub lication of this notice to the said ad ministrator at the office of H. B. u liKinp-.n, Rooms 212 and 21.1, Fleming o.ock. j noemx. Arizona, the same be ing tne place for the transact! n of the J ousm-Fs of said estate in said county i or Maricopa. A. J. WICKIZER, ' Administrator of Robert S. Brown Deceased. Dated this 4th day of September. 1900. First publication. September 5, 1900. UEPURLICAN TERRITORIAL, CON VENTION. I Headtiuai tcrs Republican Territorial Central Cimmittee: Tucson. Arizona. August 22. 1900. j TO THE KEPCKLICAN PARTY OF ARIZONA: A convention of delegates of the re ! publican part of the Territorv of Ari- , zona is hereby called to met in the j City of rhoenlx, at 10 o'clock a m on me September 24, 1900, for the follow ing purposes: 1st. The nomination of a Do rate to Congress. 2nd. The selection of a Tirrilorlal Republican Central Committee. 3rd. The transaction of such other business as may properlv 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, 1S9S; therefore the representation will be as fellows: Brodie Vote. No. Del. Apache county ?C4 5 Coconino county 4G4 C Cochise county (US 13 Gila county 3S3 8 Graham county 521 10 Maricopa county 1.743 S5 Mohave county ifis 3 Navajo county 339 7 Pima county 641 13 Pinal county 273 I Santa Cruz county 103 4 Yavapai county 1,404 2S Yuma county 343 7 Total numbir 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 f jrce when delegates leave for the convention they should take rete pts for money paid and the matter can probably be ar ranged at Pho nix for returning' free. A full attendance of delega tes is earn estly desired, as well as the presence of representative republicans from every part of the territory. OHAS. R. DRAKE, J. KNOX CORBKTT. Chairman. Secretary. OFFICE OF THE WltRD OF SUPERVlSOrvS OF MARKUP.. UOfSTV, ARIZONA. PHOHN1X, APGl'STS'st, ltlCO In the mutter of u petition for the creation of a No-Fence District in w hat is known as the Ar ingtim District, (this district is west of the Hassiiymitpa Kiver and is a part of the Buck eye Justice Precinct and lias been brought into existence by tlnj building the Arlington Canal within the past twelve months) on motion and by full vole of the board the follow ing resolu tion was tolopteilt- eV!n-res, said petition being signed by a majority o! all the taxpayers of the said Arl ingum District ns show n by the Original As- .'ssinent Roll of Mnrii-opa County, Arizona Territory, for the yi-ir P.i. (H certiBerl list of the .-aid tax payers having been tarnished this Itoaril by the Cour.ty Assessor, I.. W. Itoggins,! expressing the desire that a No-Fence District .-hull tie formed, so that no fences shall be required around the lands in paid district un der anu persimnt to and in accordance with Act No 41 of the Seventeenth Legislative As sembly of Arizona, approved pril 4th, IS9.1, was presented to and tiled with the BoarA of SnperviMirs of Mitiicopa Ctnnty, Arizona Ter ritory, on the tilst ilnyof August 1100, Now Tlierefore, it is ordered that the above petition be granted, and ' Uiat all of fie said facts be entered upon the minutes of this Hoard, and it is l'nrtherordered that the record of snfd facts be pub'ilu d in the Arizona Re- uiblieaii, a new-spHp r pebiished In Phoenix Arizona, in acecrdriia e w ith the proviaiuns of the above mentioned Aet of the Seventeenth Legislative AsM-niliiy of Arizona, and the boundaries of ihe fnfd Arlington No-Fence District be described, as follows, to witt- Begiiiiiing where the Buckeye t anal crosses the Hassayampa Uiver. and t'ollow the Buck eye f'anal to w here the Arlington Canal crosses the said Bia-keye Caiwl, thence elong the Arlington Canal on and around the xnesa to I lie Winter's wash, them e dow n along the foot of the mesa to the Wolfley dam in the itila fiiver, and thence to the center of the eila Kiver, thence up the center of the tlila Itiver to to the center of the mouth of l if.issuyarrjpa P.iver, thence up the center oi the ILissaydiiipa Itiver to the place of beginning. The above is a true and correct extract copy of the minutes oi a meeting of the Board of Sup crvis irs of Maricopa l onnty, Arizona Terri tory. held this .'list day of August. 1900, In so much a they relate to the creation of the above No Fence District. JOHN GRAY, First publication Sept. 1, 19C0. clerk of Board. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Application No. 2094.) Department cf the Interior, Land Of fice at Tucson, Arizona, Aug. 20, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in eup- port of his claim, and that said proof will be mcde before the clerk of the dis trict court at Phoenix, Arizona, on Monday, September 24, 1900, viz: Thomas J. Walker, of Phoenix, Ari zona, for lots 3 and 4, and E. S.W. U. Sec. 31. Twp. 2 N., Range I E., Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Hosea G. Greenhfiw, Albert A. Cham pion, John Daniels and Charles Pen- dergast, all of Phoenix, Arizona. MILTON n. MOORE, Register, First publication Aug. 22, 1900. PROBATE COURT. In the Probate Court of Maricopa County Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of John E. Aytrs, Deceased. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Real Estate Should Not Ee 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 estate and permit of the dis charge of said administrator and his bondsmen, as there appears to be no heirs in said estate; It is thtrefore ordered i,y this Court mat all persons interested Ui the esta of said deceased appear be.'ore the said Probate Court on Monday, the 17th 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 reftl estate as shall be riicessary. and that a copy of this order be published four successive weeks in The Arizona Itepublican, a newspaper printed and published in the said County of Maricopa. Dated August 17. 1900. X. A. MORFORD, Jujre of the Probate Court. WATEK NOTICE. From May 1 to October 1 all sprink ling must be done between 5 and 8 p. m., and never without a nozzle or sprayer attached to hose. For violation of above rule water will be turned off without notice. PHOENIX WATER CO. MARKET REPORTS. PHOENIX WHOLESALE PRICE8. BUTTER Ranch, per lb, 15c; Mari copa creameiy, 24c; Tempe-Mesa Pro duce Co., 22c; Valley Pride creamery, 22c. EGGS Ranch, $6.5057.00 per case. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, iwr lb, 17'520c; home, 10(f?12c. FRESH FRUITS AND BERRIK8. APPLES B-. Ilellowers and fancy red, per bo.:, $1.75(5 IM. LEMONS Fancy, per case, J4 ioi&i. BLACKBERRIES 17'jC per box. ORANGES Late Valencia, ti.SOvj) 4.75 per case. PEACHES Per box. Jl.aOfi I.Gtl. . PEARS Per box, $2.004i2.25. PLUMS Per crate, $L60KI1.75. PEAKS Per box, J1.751.9C. DRIED FRUITS. RAISINS London layer, .20"j:.5; loose, tb, 6Vsc; Thompson eedlci'-. Sc; Eultaat.!, CHc APPLES Evaporatea T&ncy. Uttft. PEACHES Fancy. 10c PEACHES Choice, 8V4C PLUMS Pitted, cholc. It. NUTS Walnuts, fancy " soft hells. 14c; almonds, paper shell, 15c; soft shell, 14c: hard shells, 9e per lb; pecan. lOHc; California, 12c; Alberts. 15; Bra zils, 14e; pinones, 10c; peanuts, eastern. roasted, ll12c; raw 810c; home raw. 1$c; roasted, 12 Vic; chestnuts. 17143 20c per IT;. FLOUR Per cwt., local extra roller process, $2.35; er-ham, $2 per cwt.; whole wheat flour. $2.20 per nt CORN MEAL White, $2 per swt-; yellow, $2 per cwt. BRAN Per ton, $13. POTATOES Early Rose, $1.503l.7 per cwt. lm i ONIONS S. S., $1.25 per cwt. CABBAGE Northern, $3Q3.50 per cwt.; in sacks. Crates, extra. VEGETABLES Beets per cwt., $L60; evaporated chills per It), 15c; green onions, per dozen bunches, 25c; radishes per dozen bunches, 25c; tomatoes, per box, $1.25; carrots, $1.50 per cwt.; green chili, 17c per lb; summer squash, per box, 75c; cucumbers, 75c per box. BEANS Small white, $4.50 per cwt.; pinks, per cwt., $4; Lima. $5.6085.7. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Central American. 180 20c; Peaberry. 20022c; Mocha and Java. 3031c; Arbuckle's, $15 per case; Lion coffee, $14.50. SUGARS Granulated cane, per cwt.. $7.50; cube, $7.75; powdered, $7.75; C, $7.00. POULTRY AND GAME. POULTRY Hens, good Heavy, por dozen, $5.00(55.25; Pekin ducks, live, per dozen, $5.506; spring chickens, live p dozen, $44.50. MEATS. HAMS Medium, 13c. BACON Breakfast, per lb, 13c. LARD Kettle rendered leaf, 3s. $140; 5s, $6.30; 10s, $6.20. DRY SALT PORK Per lb, C HIDES, WOOL AND TALLOW. HIDES Dry, 1617c per lb; kip, 15 16c; calf, 1617c; bull, 11c; green, 6VIO 6c per tb. WOOL Firm, from 15 to 18s. TALLOW Per lb, No. 1, 23c. Wool pelts from 9c per lb up; goat skins, from 12Vsc up. HONEY AND BEESWAX. HONEY Strained, per case. $7.M. BEESWAX Per lb. 2224c GRAIN AND HAY. WHEAT Per cental, shipping, JL1S. HAY Per ton, loose alfalfa, $M0; baled alfalfa, $10.50. BARLEY $1.05 per cwt. Barley, rolled. $1.20 per cwt. LIVE STOC CATTLE Fat, $3.50; feeders. $2.26(9 2.90. CALVES $4.09. HOGS $4.76. SHEEP $4.M j PnOENIX RETAIL PRICES. EGGS Ranch, per dozen, 30c. BUTTER Ranch, per lb, 20fi25c; Maricopa creamery, 30c; Tempe-Mesa. Produce Co., 25c; Valley Pride O eam ery, 25c. CHEESE Eastern, full cream, per lb, 30c; home, 20c. FRESH FRUITS AND BERRIESt- BLACKBERK1ES Per box, 17',-jC. PEARS 10c per lb. LEMONS Per dozen, 2025c ORANGES Valencias, per dozen, 2560c APPLES 6c per tb. GRAPES SlfrlOc per pound. DRIED FRUITS Apples, evaporate fancy, per lb, 20c; peaches, fancy, 12 9 15c; choice, 10c; plums, pitted. 12 15c; prunes, choice, 8c; fancy, lie apricots, fancy, 15c: choice 114fT3c VEGETABLES. ONIONS Green, per bunch, 2ic. STRING BEANS Per tb, 120. CARROTS Per bunch, 2Vic CABBAGE Per head, 5c. ASPARAGUS 10c per bunch. HEAD LETTUCE 5ff 10c. EGG PLANT 10c per tb. ONIONS Dry, per tb, 3&5e. BEANS White, per lb, 5c; pink, per lb, 5c; Lima, per lb, 10c. BEETS Per lb, 3'ic CHILIS Evaporated, per tb, 25c; green, per lb, 25c. FRESH FISH. Southern California varieties, 15c per lb; Columbia river salmon, 25c per lb; Northern California. 20c. POULTRY AND GAME. HENS 50(fi GOc. SPRING CHICKENS Dressed, 404 60c. PEKIN DUCKS 6575c. FRESH MEATS. BEEF Per lb, 6 to 20c; veal, per tb, S to 20c; mutton, per lb, 7 to 20c. FRESH PORK 10fiT5c. HAMS Medium, 15c. BACON Breakfast, per lb, lSUc. SALT FORK 12'-. LARD In tins, 3s, 35c; 5s, C5c; 10s, $1.25. FLOUR. FLOUR Local, roller process, per cwt.. $2.60: graham, per cwt., $2.50. CORN MEAL Per cwt., $2.50. COFFEES AND SUGARS. COFFEES Central American, green, 15(&2.r)c; Peaberry, roasted, 30g35c; Mo cha and Java, 254T50c; Arbuckle's per lb, 20c; Lion coffee, per lb, 15c. SUGARS Granulated cane, per tb, 8c; cube, 10c; powdered, 10c; C 6V4c.