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TIIE AKIZOXA KEPUBLJCAN, SUNDAY MORNENG, APIUL 2, 1905
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NEW HIGHER COURT
Mr. Justice Tucker Takes
Oath of Office
His Headquarters Established at
Globe A New Action Involving
the Pima County Bonds.
A session of the supreme court was
held yesterday at which Associate Jus
tice E. A. Tucker took the oath of of
fice with the usual Imposing ceremony.
The resignation of Associate Justice
George R. Davis having become effec
tive yesterday he found himself entire
ly without the bar over which he has
assisted in presiding for nearly eight
years. Accordingly on the motion of
Oeneral Ainsworth he was admitted
to practice on a certificate from the
clerk of the supreme court of Ohio.
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In all departments
of active service
stand in need of the
readiness of mind
and nromntneas of
action which depend on a healthy nerv
ous system. Let a railroad man be "rat
tled," and every life depending on him
is in danger. A great many railroad
men have found in Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery a valuable tonic for
the overstrained nervous system. It
builds up the body, purifies the blood,
nourishes the nerves, and induces a
healthy appetite and refreshing sleep.
I suffered for si years with constipation and
indigestion, during which time I employed sev
eral physicians, but they could not reach rny
case." writes Mr. O. Popple well, of Eureka
Springs. Carroll Co.. Ark. I felt that there
as no help for me; ccmld not retain food on my
tomacb; bad vertigo and would fall helpless to
the floor. Two years ago I commenced taking
t)r Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and lit
tle Pellets, an1 improved from the start. Af
ter taking twe're bottles of t he ' Discovery ' I
wa able to do light work, and have been im
proving ever ice.
Send 21 one-cent stamps to pay ex
pense of mailing and get Dr. Pierce's
Medical Adviser in paper covers, free.
Address Dr. R V. Pierce. Buffalo. N Y.
Judge Tucker had been assigned to
-thr; district composed of the counties
of Graham and Gila. It was decided
yesterday to name Globe as the place
for holding the United States court.
That was an unexpected action for the
seat of the court is usually located In
the more populous county. It was
however explained that In this case
there would be no opposition to this
location of the court except from the
people of SolomonviUe. It will meet
the approval of the people of all other
parts of Grah?.m county. For years
an effort has been in progress to take
the county seat away from Solomon
viUe and It would have been done long
before this if the advocates of removal
could have agreed upon a place to lo
cate It. SolomonviUe, more than a mile
from - the railroad Is Inconveniently
situated and is also badly In need of
a new court house and jail.
Judge Tucker will not immediately
enter upon his duties in his own dis
trict but will open the term of court
for Judge Doan at Mogales this week
while Judge Doan will proceed to So
lomonviUe and try the famous prior
ity water suit case which has been
brought there after several years of
preliminary skirmishing. The trial of
the case will occupy about thirty days.
Several more or less important
cases were before the court in one way
or another and were submitted. It Is
probable that opinions will be handed
down in some of them on May 25 to
which date an adjournment was taken.
The case of the Wallapai Mining and
Development company appellant
against the territory for the use of
Foster S. Denis, treasurer and ex-of-ficio
tax collector of Mohave county
respondent was ar-gued by Attorney
Lynn Helm of Denver for the appel
lant. Mr. Helm by the way is a bro
ther of the late Dr. Scott Helm of this
city. This is an action brought by the
territory to collect delinquent taxes of
the mining company against which
judgment was rendered. The case was
There was a new suit before the
court which came up originally. It is
an application on the part of the ter
ritory for a writ of mandate directed
against E. L. Vail, Phil S. Hughes and
C. F.- Richardson, members of the
board of supervisors of Pima county to
compel a levy for the payment of the
interest on the so-called narrow gauge
bonds. The territorial board of equal
ization had fixed a levy of fifty-two
cents on each S100 for the payment of
the Interest on the bonds for 1303 and
for the paympiit of the interest for
1904 a levy of fifty-four cents. The
board of supervisors ordered a much
smaller levy both years and no pro- i
vision u:s made for the payment of
the interest on the major portion of
the bonds for those years. On the mo- j
tion of Attorney General Clark, the .
case was submitted.
In the so-called United Verde tax
case in which George H. Schuerman
and others as members of the board of
supervisors of Yavapai county are ap
pelant against the territory the at
torney general moved that the re
spondent be allowed thirty days in
which to file supplemental briefs. The
motion was allowed.
In the case of James R. Thorpe ap- t
pellant against T.' N. Clanton and
others appellees from ttys county there
was a motion to correct the judgment
This is an action involving the right
of tho appellant to close upcertain of
the alleys and streets of the town of
Sidney better known as Buckeye.
1 The following cases were ordered
! submitted: S. F. P. & P. railroad ap
J pellant against George S. Ford appel
j lee from this county: - George A.
I Treadwell and others appellants
against George O. Marrs appellee, Ya-
vapai county; Jesse Hoyt Smith ap
' pellant against W. J. Rainey and
others appellees, this county; A. L.
Henshaw and others appellees against
the Salt River Valley Canal company,
appellant, this county; Adolf Bail, ap
pellant against F. M. Hartman, trus
tee In bankruptcy of Benbrook and
Donovan appellant, Pima county; Da
vid. Hardenburg' and Moses H. Sher
man appellees against J. M. Ward ap
pellant, this county; The Valley Bank
appellant against Elizabeth E. Brown
appellee, this county; H. P. Ewing and
others appellants against the United
States respondent, Mohave county. .
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gists. Send 10c in stamps for sample
to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich.,
H. Goodman, druggist, special agent.
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