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TIIE ARIZONA KEPUBIMCAN, THUJtSDAJT MOKN1WO JULY 5, lJOrt Headquarters as Usual for PATRIOTISM RAMPANT IN IRON SPRINGS' YOUTH Esai Just In o u No Need of an Almanac to Know of the Presencs of the Fourth. I jS" r!.U .XTsssaeas. Wmr , , SALE mm Mm VttiV.V'-. Sit ? iAt mmmm Winchester Cannons $6.50 net. 10 ga. paper shells for cannon, loaded with 9 drams best black' powder, ?3 per 100. Safe, and makes more noise than anything else you can get. Special prices on blank cartridges today and tomorrow: 22 short blanks 10c box, 6 for 50c; 32 S. & W. blanks 35c, 38 S. & W. blanks 45c, 44 blanks 90c (all 50 to the box). 32 H. & R. hanimerless pistols net $4. $5 Stevens single shot pistols, half price for two days only, $2.50. 32 and 3S hammer pistols, $4.23 and up. Best black powder 40c lb. Cheap powder PINNE.Y . ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 N. Center St. Phoenix ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of the BRAZILIAN AND MEXICAN CON CESSIONS EXPLOITING COMPANY. Know All Men by These Presents: That we, the undersigned do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and to that end do declare: First: The name of the corporation shall be TIIE BRAZILIAN AND MEX ICAN CONCESSIONS EXPLOITING COMPANY. -The principal office of the company in Arizona shall be at Phoe nix, Arizona, and the corporation may have such other offices, principal or branch, either within or without . th Territory of Arizona, as may be estab lished by the Board of Directors, at which meetings of the stockholders and Board of Directors may be held. Second: The general nature of this corporation Is as follows, to wit: Min ing for diamonds, precious stones, gold, silver and other minerals, the prepar ation and marketing the same. The car rying on the business of grazing and animal Industry; general trading and merchandising. The construction and operation of roads, railroads, lighting, power, telegraph and telephone lines, tramways, electric lines, steamships, steamboats and all other forms of transportation incidental to and nec essary in the conduct of Its affairs. The buying and selling of timber lands and lumber. The right to purchase or sell all water rights and power, dam streams, divert streams, impound wa ter and sell same, conduct water from its natural courses to other points either for purpose of irrigation, power or other use, sink wells and pump same. The acquiring by purchase or grant of concessions and businesses of all descriptions in the United States of America or the Republics of Brazil and Mexico, the development, management and exploitation of same, the sale or exchange of same to individuals or cor porations at any time the Board of Di rectors may see fit or proper. For all these purposes the company will ac quire, hold, use and work, such rights and property as may be necessary in the conduct of its business. The com pany shall have power to carry on Its business and operations in the United States of Brazil, the United States of America, the Republic of Mexico and in all other countries in the world. Third: The capital stock of the cor poration shall be ten million dollars (10,000,000) divided into ten million shares of the par value of one dollar each, and the said stock shall be Issued full paid and non-assessable, at such time as the Board of Directors may designate, in exchange for cash, prop erty, services, or other valuable right or thing, and the judgment of the di rectors as to the value thereof shall be,' conclusive. Fourth: The time of commencement of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these articles of incorpora-! tlon in the ofHce of the auditor of Ari zona and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. . Fifth: The affairs of this corpora tion shall be conducted by a board of directors consisting of not less than three persons, who shall be elected an nually on the fourth Wednesday of May of each year. Sixth:. "The highest amount of in debtedness er liability, direct or con tingent, to which this corporation is at any time subject, shall be six millions of dollars ($6,000,000) which amount does not exceed two-thirds the amount of the capital stock. ' Seventh: The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from the corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. Eighth: Among the powers of this body corporate shall be 1st, to have perpetual succession; 2nd, to sue and be sued by the corporate name; 3rd, to have a common seal- and to alter the same at pleasure: 4th, to render the shares of the company transferable FOR, OUR. The best 25c Meal Served in Arizona. Reg 1U) For the Summer Months Served from 11:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. Everybody Eat with Us. We 5erve the Best of Everything Good to Eat. QuicK and Polite Service ? p p ALL WHITE HELP CAFE CHOP HOUSE 11 West Washington St. 19 North Center SU M on Oxfords AND Slippers will run for the balance of this week best val ues offered in the city !Le Allure Co. Tha Shoe and Stocking Stor. 27-29 E. Washington St. Phone Main 274. Phoenix. and prescribe the mode of making such transfers; 5th, to make contracts ac quire and transfer property, possessing the powers in such respects as private Individuals now enjoy; 6th, to estab lish by-laws and make all rules and regulations deemed expedient for the management of the affairs of the com pany. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands and senls this sec ond day of June, lf06. TIMOTHY HURLEY (Seal) VALENTINE ROBINSON (Seal) M. Y. ADAMS (Seal) Signed and sealed in the presence of M. TURNER. E. S. BROWN. State of New York, (Mty and County of New York m. Before me, M. Turner (a notary pub lic in and for said county and state) on this day personally appeared Timothy Hurley, Valentine Robinson and M. V. Adams, known to me to be the persons who subscribed to the foregoing in strument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the pur poses and considerations therein ex pressed. Given under my hand anil seal of of fice this 2nd day of June, (Seal) M. TURNER. Notary Public (58) Co. of New York. My commission expires on the 18th March, 1907. o AN INDIAN KILLED 6Y HIS OWN HAND Shot Himself Accidentally at LaKe ParK Last Night. East The festivities at Eastluke park last night were brought to a close with a tragedy about midnight, for " which, however, no blame attaches to anyone, so far as could be learned last night. The vic tim was Claude Enos, an Indian from Sacaton. who came to Phoenix yester day on an excursion ticket from Mesa, presumably, as the return check was found on his person after he was dead. Enos, like other misguided Americans, thought he ought to liquor up on the Fourth of July, and though It is usual ly hard for an ndlan to secure fire water, Enos managed to do so. About midnight he accidentally shot himself In the right breast with a cheap 32 calibre revolver. He lived about a half hour, but was not in a condition to tell a great deal about how the shooting occurred. He was known to some on the grounds and a sister was sent for. As soon as he died, Coroner Burnett was summoned and a jury was Impan eled, and Inquiry was begun which will probably be finished today. The body was taken to the undertaking estab lishment of Geo. F. Merryman. o SOUTHERN PACIFIC IS MOVING AGAIN Salton Sea Gives It Notice to Vacate Within Sixty Days. Los Angeles. July 4. Because of the rising of the Salton sea. the Southern I'acilic is reported to be about to move its main line in that vicinity for the fifth time. The waters are now ap proaching the- tracks, and it is thought necessary to r-reato a new line within sixty days. The water is pouring Into the ink through the canal intake from the Col orado rivecand the SaJtou sea is ris ing at the rate of more than two inches daily. Iron Springs, Ariz., July 2. (Spec ial Correspondence of The Republican) The face of the small boy wore a look of delighted expectation when the Daylight Express pulled in a half hour or so late this afternoon. A defening explosion as the train passed over a line of forty caps explained the rea son of his joy and proclaimed the sea son of the year as clearly as any calen dar. Mrs. Lucinda Bonar left today for Oeeola. Iowa. Miss Gill of Kirkland, and a number of Phoenicians passing through greet ed friends on the platform and Mrs. Aaron and Mrs. Tavid Goldberg were the recipients of large bouquets of roses. The station begins to assume its wonted appearance once more. As the western sun becomes oppressive the coal bunkers or whatever can be found on the east side of the depot are util ized as furniture for a sort of summer reception room, where friends may meet and chat over the various de lights and vexations of camp life. But once the train appears around the mountain. Old Sol has no powers to keep the denizens of the springs from crowding the front platform in a way that suggests a town meeting or an easy opportunity for taking the census. This is especially true of the days when excursion trains are due. The thermometer yesterday hung in the shade but in a somewhat exposed position, registered 93 degrees. How ever, when anyone here begins to be sensible of the sun's heat rays he or she has only to exclaim: "Oh how ter rible it must be in the valley!" and Immediately the cold shivers run down his or her back at the mere mention of anything so dreadful. Several Iron Springs residents will take the train tomorrow morning for Flagstaff to attend the biennial high court of the I. O. F. of Arizona. Mrs. E. E. Patton goes as delegate from Floral Lodge No. 293. Mrs. L. W. Collins as high court officer from the same lodge. L. W. Collins as delegate from Hassayampa Lodge No. 1618. These names remind me that we have good families at the springs, whose patronymics are likely to get a little mixed sometimes. L. W. Cog gins, the new mayor, L. W. Collins, mentioned above, and E. T. Collings, who is occupying the H. H. McNeil cottage, with whom Mrs. H. H. Brax ton is spending the summer. Mr. Bandy, high secretary of the HaRsayumpa Is expected to spend a day at the springs and go through on tomorrow evening's train with Dr. John W. Foss, high chief ranger and Delegates C. R. Price and R. L. Com fort. A delightful trip is anticipated. The number of copies of The Repub lican coming into camp daily is twen ty. Practically everyone here reads this wide awake journal or has ordered it. The first session of the Sunday school was well attended, forty-two children and older folks being pres ent. Miss Rema Don Is took the piano and Rev. Orville Coats and others led in the singing. Mr. W. H. Robinson was elected superintendent : Dr. Mary Neff. assistant and Melville Fickas, secretary and treasurer. The names of the permanent teachers will be an nounced in our next letter. Miss Hazel Golding expects soon to hold a dancing class in th pavilion. Mrs. Bower's class meets tills after noon. Some Iron Springs ladies with a good practical turn of mind, who are mourn ing the departure of the carpenters, while their husbands are still absent and doors are yet to be hung, etc., have decided that what one needs here is not so many literary clubs, but a woman's co-operative carpentry asso ciation (W. C. C. A.) There will be no rigid examinations for entrance and the members will be allowed to ham mer any kind of nails they choose, spikes, finishing nails or finger nails. Speaking of literary clubs, the so ciety that could furnish a "set" pro gram surpassing in interest anr or iginality, the tales of life in the west in the early seventies with which O. 11. Christy sometimes beguiles a select audience between trains would be de serving of national recognition. But even an old settler may have limita tions as was proved this afternoon New Bulk Sweet Pickles " Sweet Midget Gherkins New Stuffed Sweets New Queen Olives n ii n n h i 1 M Ours are the prices that make 'em dizzy And crowd the store that's al ways busy. Cash. Store J id when it was found necessary to call into requisition the land lore of W. D. Fulwiler to supply the name of the highest hill in Arizona, crossed by a wagon trail. This eminence is known, it seems, as "Screw Tail Hill" and to those acquainted with the gentle art of mule driving, the name is supposed to bear prima facie evidence of the nature of the ascent. D. H. Burtis is shipping in lumber. We hear that Thomas Ernhart of the Monica mine, near Kirkland, (recently bonded) who has been for a time' in iiie Prescott hospital, is decidedly bet ter. E. ROE SHANNON. S3 HAfJp ...... cs Scci . . . . . 5'E ssf.' m .- - :5: ? . . . Neither will our Detroit Vapor Savc a Fourth on us! One that will make YC , good, make your WIFE feel good and make I. ood. It's this way: We have more g stoves than we want. All are bright, new stock, lPig"year. The famous Detroit Vapor Stoves, ' cieanest, Fafest and most economical burner sy- tne mar ket. We arc going to blow the top Cl)rjced on these stoves as a celebration. Take a 3 Burner Detroit" Stoves were $ 1 4.50, now 2 Burner Detroit Stoves were SJ2, now $11.50 $9.00 Thurs., Fri. and Sat. Only. Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers. PHOKNIX, ARIZ THIS PIANOLA And Pianota Piano, which combine both into one instrument. "This World's Standard Piano Player" solves the problem most perfectly, whether in the bungalow, the camp or the marble "cottage. ANYONE can play artistically ANY KIND OF MUSIC AT ANY TIME : with the Pianola. It brings the music of the latest comic operas into the country. It "knows" the accompaniments to all the jolly college songs and popular ballads. It will play without tiring, every dance with the most per fect swing. It is a boon to the hostess, for it willingly entertains any num ber of guests most satisfactorily. We handle the Weber, Steck, Baldwin. Behr Bros., Ivers & Pond. Elling ton, Hamilton, Fischer and other standard pianos. REDEWILL MUSIC CO. 224 WEST WASHINGTON ST. Last Call July 15th Nature's Way Is Best. The function strengtheriinsr and Hssne building plan of treating chronic, linger ing and obstinate cases of disease as pur sued by Dr. Pierce, is following after Nature s plan of restoring health. He uses natural remedies, that is extracts from native medicinal roots, prepared by processes wrought out by the expenditure of much time and money, without the use of alcohol, and by skillful combination in just the right proportions. Used as inarredients of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, Black Cherry bark, Queen's root. Golden Seal root, BJoodroot and Stone root, specially exert their influence in cases of lung, bronchial and throat troubles, and this "Discov ery" is, therefore, a sovereign remedy for bronchitis, laryngitis, chronic coughs, catarrh and kindred ailments. The above native roots also have the strongest possible endorsement from the leading medical writers, of all the several schools of practice, for the cure not only of the diseases named above but also for Indigestion, torpor of liver, or bilious ness, obstinate constipation, kidney and bladder troubles and catarrh, no matter where located. You don't have to take Dr. Pierce's say-so alone as to this; what he claims for his "Discovery" is backed up by the writings of the most eminent men in the medical profession. A request by postal card or letter, addressed to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for a little book of extracts from eminent medical au thorities endorsing the ingredients of his medicines, will bring a little book free that i3 worthy of your attention if needing a good, safe, reliable remedy of known composition for the cure of almost any old chronic, or lingering malady. Dr. rierce'9 Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation. One little "Pellet" is a gentle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. The most valuable book for both men ana women is Dr. Pierce's - -r. common faense Medical Ad- lm""! viser. A splendid 1008-page volume, with engravings jrrooM aim i:uiuim males, a cony. liKSf' .J II, 1. pHi-vo ereu, win ne sent to anyone sending 21 cents in one-cent stamps, to pay the cost of mailing only, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Cloth-bound. 31 stamps. 4l THE MAW BACK EAST Combination Offer of the ARIZOHA Mitt will be withdrawn and thereafter the regular price of $1.06 per year will be charged for each name. 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