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THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MOUNiWCi, SEPTESIISEi: 0, IDOG
Low Prices on Shotgun Cartridges
We make special prices on U. M. C. (or other) factory loaded shotgun
cartridges if ordered before the quail season opens, in GOO, 1000 or greater
quantities, to the retail consumer. Give you your "pot" load, freshly loaded
to order (the date is on each box), and of course at a lower price than if
we had to carry the goods in stock. We have sent In over half a dozen
special orders for U. M. C. loads already for fall delivery, and orders are
, coming in now almost every day. Out of town orders we deliver freight
paid. (.Jet y.our specitications in within the next two weeks if you wish the
shells by the time the shooting begins. Our supply of regular stock loads
will be complete by October Gth. Our regular shipments are 25,000 or more
every two weeks.
Quail season opens October 15th (closes March 1) and will be the best
shooting we have had here for ten years or more; quite a number of ducks
are in now, and Indications point to af good season on ducks and geese.
PINNET . ROBINSON
THE GUN STORE
f
40 N. Center St.
Phoenix
We
Are
NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that a General
Primary Election will be held In the
County of Maricopa, Territory of Ari
zona, on the 22nd day of September,
1906, between the hours of 8 o'clock
a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m.. for the pur
pose of electing delegates to a Demo
cratic Convention, and to a Republi
can Convention, and to a Socialist
Convention to be held on the 27th day
of September, 1906, at which Conven
tions, nominations will be made for
Legislative, County and Freclnct of
ficers. Said democratic, republican and so
cialist parties shall hold their primary
elections at the time aforesaid, and in
in the following precincts and voting
places, viz:
Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 1,
at 18 North First street.
Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 2,
at 41 West Adams street.
Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 3,
29 South First avenue.
Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 4.
at City Hall.
Thoenix precinct, voting place No. 5,
at Creighton school house, district 14.
Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 6,
at Murphy school house, district 21."
Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 7,
at Heard's ranch school house, district
35.
Tempc, Curry hall.
Mesa, city hall.
Lehi. school house, district No. 10.
Alma, school house, district No. 19.
Wlckenburg, district No. 1, justice's
court room.
Wlckenburg. district No. 2, Morris
town, Cox's hotel.
Agua Caliente, Will's store.
Cave Creek, J. D. Houck's store.
Verde, J. M. Sear's house.
McDowell, McDowell school house.
Meridian, Meridian school house.
Riverside, Rivers'de school house.
Alhambra, store building.
Oshorn, Osborn school house.
Cartright, Cartwright school house.
Orme, West End school house.
Johnstone, Johnstone school house.
Buckeye, 'district No. 1 , Justice's
court room.
Buckeye, district No. 1, Liberty, J.
G. Schwelkart's store.
Buckeye precinct, voting place No.
3, Arlington, Wetzler's store.
Fowler. Fowler school house.
Scottsdale, school house, district No.
43.
Gila Bend, school house, district No.
24.
Glendale precinct, voting place, No.
1, school house.
Glendale precinct, voting place No 2,
Peoria, school district No. 11.
The number of delegates to be elect
ed by the democratic party are as fol
lows: Phoenix precinct, voting place No.
1
rhoenlx precinct, voting place No,
Cave Creek 2
Glendale precinct, voting place
No. 1 3
Glendale precinct, voting place
No. 2, at Peoria 2
Verde i
McDowell i
Meridian
Riverside l 2
Alhambra . . . 3
Osborn 5
Cart wright 2
Orme 2
Johnstone 2
Buckeye precinct voting place
No. 1 4
Buckeye precinct voting place
No. 2. at Liberty 3
Buckeye precinct voting place
No. 3, at Arlington 2
Fowler.. . 2
Scottsdale 2
Oila Bend 2
Total 165
The number of delegates to be elect
ed by the socialist party are as fol
lows:
Phoenix precinct, votinc Dlace
No. 1 o
Phoenix precinct, votine nlace
No. 2 2
Phoenix precinct. voting place
No. 3 2
Phoenix precinct, voting place
No. 4.. 2
Total g
The election officers for the pri
mary election shall be as follows:
Selling
Broken Lines
Ladies Oxfords
and Slippers
at Cost
or Less
Buy While
the Sizes are
in Stock
Judges,.- R. ; Knight, George Martin;
clerks, George Harrer, Carter Hazelton.
Buckeye Precinct, Voting Place No.
3, Arlington Inspector, II. M. Lewis;
Judges, J. g. Montgomery, W. H. Tay
lor; clerks, Albert De Witt, A. B. Perry.
Scottsdale Inspector, Winfleld Scott;
judges, E. O. Brown, Vanderhoff;
clerks, Percy Smith, Theo. Caldwell.
GUa Bend Inspector, L. Kalten
bach; judges, ; clerks, . -
14
12
. . 13
12
place
place
Phoenix precinct, voting place No.
3
Phoenix precinct, voting place No.
4
Phoenix precinct, voting place No.
!, at Creighton school house....
Thoenix precinct, voting place No.
6, Murphy school houne
rhoenlx precinct, voting place No.
7, at Heard's ranch
Tempc
Mesa '
. Lehi
Alma
Wickenburg precinct, voting
No. 1.
Wlckenburg precinct, voting
No. 2, Morristown 1
Agua Caliente
Cave Creek
Verde
McDowell
Meridian
Riverside
Alhambra
Osborn
Cartwright
Orme
Johnstone
Buckeye precinct, voting place No.
1,
Buckeye precinct, voting place No.
2. at Liberty
Buckeye precinct, voting place No.
3, at Arlington
Fowler
Scottsdale
Gila Bend !!!!!!!
Glendale precinct, voting place No.
1
Glendale precinct voting place No.
2, at Peoria. . . .
Democratic.
Phoenix No. 1 W. B. Lount, inspec
tor; C. E. G. Fike and M. J. Pettid,
judges; and Frank Loveitt and Theo
dore Olea, clerks.
Phoenix No. 2. II. H. McNeil, In
spector; A D. Leyhe and S. P. Hoe
fer, judges and Vernon Evans and P.
P. Parker, clerks.
Phoenix No. 3 J. T. Dunlap, in
spector; Andy Thoman and Chas. II.
Slankard. judges; and Sim Byers and
Silva DeMund, clerks.
Thoenix No. 4. A. II. Davidson, in
spector; W. T. Smith and George W.
Stokoe. Judges; and W. W. Kunkle and
Jos. Morales, clerks.
Phoenix No. 5. Creighton: T. T.
Powers, inspector; L. S. White and W.
D. Bell, judges; and C. E. Perkins and
Chas. Fauley. clerks.
Phoenix No 6 Muny; W. E.
Williams, inspector; W. P. Hughes and
W. W. Bradshaw, judges; and M. D.
Novlnger and John Bradshaw, clerks.
Phoenix No. 7 Heard's ranch: A.
Cummins. Inspector: C. W fnwncr
and Joseph Lovell, judees: and L.
Lassen and R. L. Gilliland, clerks.
Tempe A. Neilsen, inspector; L. E.
Redden and S. S. Warner, Judges; and
C. W. Miller and G. M. Frizzell, clerks.
Mesa W. J. LeBaron, inspector; J.
D. Loper and II. L. Chandler, Judges;
and Jas.. Miller and J. L. Waring,
clerks.
Lehi Harvey Harper, inspector; Or-
vn wing and William Nelson, Judges;
and T. W. Jones and George Rogers,
clerks.
Alma A. Hunsaker. Inspector; C.
0..pUgh, and Jos. A. Stewart. Judges;
and Orln L. S'.andage and R. W. West-
over, clerks.
Wlckenburg No. 1. D. L. Murray,
inspector; James Dunn and Felipe
Garcia, judges; and R. W. Baxter and
John Riggs, clerks.
Wickenburg No. 2. Harry J. Ben
nett, inspector; Harry Greek and Thos.
I Crook, judges; and Win. Barnes and
Barney Johnson, clerks.
Agua Caliente II. R. Wills, inspec
tor; James Caswell and John W. Cam
eron, Judges; and Andrew Pancrazi
and R. H. Lowdermilk. clerks.
Cave Creek W. T. Linville, inspec
tor; A. S. Mills and C. E. Philes,
Judges; and W. H. Linville and Wm
F. Lewis, clerks.
Verde J. M. Sears, Inspector; Ed.
Cavness and George Sears, judges; J
and A. B. Kellog and W. P. Sears, I
clerks. 1
The
M
Alkire Co.
Th 8ho and Stocking Store.
27-29 E. Waahififitort St.
Phone Main 274, Pheenix.
-w
ton and C. W. Peterson, clerks.
Fowler Marlon Krltzer, inspector;
J. M. Harmon and J. J. Harris, judges;
and Harry Hilbers and Joel Holley,
clerks.
Scottsdale Francis Frazier, inspec
tor; Wilfoid Haydcn and Howard L.
Uudcrhill. judges; and J. N. McDuf-
Socialist.
Phoenix Precinct, Voting Place No. 1
Inspector, J. M. Fike; Judges, J. F.
Spence, G. A. Wassenberg; clerks, J.
D. Martin, Hosea Stout.
Phoenix Precinct, Voting Place No. 2
Inspector. F. A. Shaw; Judges, M.. M.
Elders, J. II. Baldwin; clerks, August
Hegelund, L. R. Ligier.
Phoenix Precinct, Voting Place No. 3
Inspector, R. L. Comfort; judges,
Charles Gitner, John Earl; clerks, E. L.
Stam, Jos. Watkins.
Phoenix rrecinct. Voting Flace No. 4
Inspector, J. A. Fulwiler; judges, R,
B. Dawson, W. M. Clark; clerks, J. F.
Harriman, J. L. Fulwiler.
The Democratic convention shall be
held at 10 o'clock a. m. on the 27th day
of September, 1906, at Phoenix, in the
Dorris Opera House.
The Republican convention shall be
held at 10 o'clock a. m. on the 27th day
of September, 190C, at Phoenix, in the
Hard wick Theater.
The Socialist convention shall be held i
at 10 o'clock a. m. on the 27th day of
September, 1906, at Phoenix, in Room
D, Alexander building, Wall street.
Said conventions shall each nomi
nate candidates for:
1 Member Council.
4 Members House Representatives.
Sheriff.
District Attorney.
Treasurer.
Recorder,
rrobate Judge
County Superintendent of Schools.
2 Supervisors.
Surveyor.
Justices of Peace for various pre
cincts, j
Constables for various precincts. I
Each of said political parties Bhall
I hold primary elections on the same
day, as heretofore stated, and In the j
j same room in accordance with Chapter
I 68 of the Session Laws of the Twenty-
I nura i,egisiaiive Assemuiy or me rer- ,
I ritory of Arizona, entitled "An Act to !
I Provide for Primary Elections and the
; Manner of Holding the Same," ap
i proved March 16. 1905, and said pri
mary elections shall be conducted In
strict accordance with the provisions
of said act.
By order of the Board of Supervisors
of Maricopa county, Arizona.
(Seal) WM. E. THOMAS,
Clerk Board of Supervisors, Maricopa
County, Arizona.
Dated Phoenix, Arizona, August 20,
1906.
THE NEVADA HOUSE.
Mrs. Ella Lisen bee, formerly of Phoe
nix, and who went to Loa Angeles a
year or so ago, is now conducting the
Nevada house, at 319 West Second
street, between Broadway and Hill. It
is centrally located, and rooms may be
secured by the day, week or month.
Former Arizona fiiends are especially!
invited and particular attention will be j
given their comfort and convenience, i
i
21 E
REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CON.'
VENTION.
UGAR
SUGAi
SUGAR
The Big
Sugar Sale
Is Now On
500 Sacks Finest Gran
ulated Sugar
5.85
15 pounds Finest Gran
ulated Sugar
$1.00
Come and see its the
very finest on the market
SUGAR IS
GOING HIGHER
VERY SHORTLY
Verily, verily, more and more
It pays to trade at
BUY, ft
BUCK'S STOVE
YEAR AFTER YEAR we continue lo
sell the celebrated Buck's stoves
and ranges.
That fact alone, ought to be a suffi
cient reason for you to trust in this line,
the new stock is ready.
Dorris-Heyman Furniture
Arizona's Leading Housefurnishers
Co.
2C
fee anA Thn I.hlll.ir, l,.. !,o "c -1'""""" i me iunnoiy ui
pii, T.,i i.- ,,, " , Arizona are hereby called to meet in
TV: r"rmS "''delegate convention.
combs, judges; and P. M. llargrave
and James Coyle, clerks
Glendale No. 1 K. C. Bunch, inspec
tor; O. L. Rudd, and Walter Kimber, to congress.
juwt-s, aim iu. ai. jiogne ana James
Coffelt, clerks.
Glendale No. 2 Peoria: F. A. Wool-
in the citv of Tlis-
L- ' bee, on Thursday, September 6th, 190(1,
at 2 o'clock p. m.t for the following
purposes:
First The nomination of a delegate
Second The selection of a republi
can territorial committee.
Third The transaction of such other
E 4 R 1
j asn atore
I--.-..-- 1
T
, inspector, n. w. wagoner and W. business as may properly come before
A. Hood, judges; and A. J. Straw and ! the convention
I John W. Lively, clerks. j The basis of renresentatlon of thr-
j several counties in said conventic.".
Republican. will be one delegate for every fifty
Phoenix Precinct, Voting Place No. 1 : votes cast at the last general election
Inspector, K. W. Potter; judges, Al ! for Hon. B. A. Fowler, for delegate to
Galpin, P. C. Ensign; clerks, Dean ! congress, and one additional delegate
MOORE & McLELLAN,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
29 West Adams St,
Telephone Main 122.
lano oargams
can be had at our store now before the contemplated change takes ia.ce
wherein A. Redewill will take charge of the Mexican trade, while the Itede
will brothers will attend to Phoenix and Arizona.
We handle the famous BALDWIN rianos, and the ELLINGSON and
HAMILTON, made by the same firm. These pianos were awarded grand
prizes at the Paris World's Fair and at St. Louis also the WEBER, the
IVERS & POND, the STECK, the BEHR BROS., and other high grade
pianos. Cheaper instruments at $200 to $275. Second-hand pianos at 73 to
$130. Easy terms.
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
224 W. Washington St.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
of the
ICELESS WATER COOLER COMPANY.
Woodward, George Ktrkland. j tor each fraction over twenty-five.
I hoenix Precinct, Voting Place No. 2 : Such delegates shall be chosen In such
Inspector, Roy S. Goodrich; judges, ( manner as the republican county cen
Ned Creighton, H. A. Diehl; clerks, J. j tral committee of the respective coun
M. Jamison. W. H. Black. ' ties may determine.
Phoenix Precinct, Voting Place No. 3! Upon the foregoing basis the ap-
Inspector, C. W. Johnstone; judges, ! portioncueot will be as follows:
S. Blaine. J. M. Atherton. ! No. of
clerks, Paul Brizzard. Jamos Matthews, j County,
Phoenix Precinct, Voting Place No. 4 1 Apache .
Inspector, C. M. Sturges; ludires. J. ! Cochise .
Fowler Voto Delegates.
A. Johnson. K. E. Kirklanri- rlerlra
M. Melendrez, Earl Moss.
Phoenix rrecinct, Voting place No. 5,
Creighton Inspector, C. M. Etter;
judges, William Creighton, H. H.
Creighton; clerks, Roy Clayson, Thom
as Etter.
Plioenix Precinct, Voting Place No. 6,
Murphy Inspector, W'llliam Greer;
judges, Nelson Bradley, II. A. Bustrim;
clerks, F. H. Parker, J. E. Nelson.
Tempe Inspector, J. B. Mullen;
judges, I. V. Stewart. Watson Pick
roll; clerks, J. B. McNeil, Charles P.
Mullen.
Mesa Inspector, William Newell;
judges, Dan Ilibbert. P. A. Williams;
clerks, W. E. Dent, G. M. Fryer.
Alma Inspector, A. L. Cuber;
judges, J. I. coffin. H. K. Morris, Jr.;
clerks, Louis Cuber, Lafayette Dana.
Lehi Inspector, Georee Tiffanv:
judges, H. simkins, Ben Noble; clerks,
Milo ShMl, Thomas Steele.
Wickenburg Precinct, Voting Place
rso.
. 301 6
. 1375 27
. 567 11
, 3S3 8
703 16
. 1974 33
213 4
331 7
1027 21
206 4
WJ 6
1605 32
435 9
delegates. . . .190
Know all men by these presents,
that we, the undersigned, do hereby as
sociate ourseives-togelhcr for the pur
pose of forming a corporation under
the laws of. the Territory of Arizona,
and to that end., do declare:
First: That the name of the corpo
ration shall be Iceless Water Cooler
Company, The principal office of the
company in Arizona shall be at Phoe
nix, Arizona, and the curnorat ion mav
have such other offices, principal or
j branch, either within or without the
j Territory of Arizona, as may bo es-
TMF ISK'lCCnTi rim t'"'b"'she1 r,y Ule ",:ird of directors,
inC lYiliinLoul A rAm r""1 at w,1,rh "iooii"K ,,f
holders and -r the board tf diieetors
may be held.
Cmter. Sallv P.im..iK .J Second: The general nature of this
aisuuvr ; corporation is as follows lo-vvit-
PHOtMX HORSES AT
All Heard From.
I-ltlUnAo4nK T T 1 ai.
rTat.-iii t T-t a 1 . i-" v,iwi , 11. raniawunn
n a j it ' inspector; J. judges, II. Cowell, Wm. Scott. Sr.-
D. Adam?, and John Demerbee. judges; I clerks. Dr. J. J. Fleming. Frank Manty
and Bernard Hughes and Dclores Gal-I Wickenburir Precinct Voting Pieo
lardo, clerks.
Meridian Dan Martin, inspector; I
james ouson and Joseph Carillo,
judges, and J. R. Holmes and Geo. W.
, iiaggeriy. clerks.
Riverside William Wallace, Inspec-
tor; G. Stlcklev and Ifup-h Mrintvro
No.
H. Bacon and Teter
M.
Jiai 136
The number of delegates to be elect
ed by the republican party are as follows:
precinct, voting place
23
precinct, voting place
20
precinct, voting place
precinct, voting place
17
Phoenix
No. 1.
Phoenix
No. 2.
Thoenix
No. 3.
rhoonix
No. 4.
i-noenix precinct, voting place
No. 5, at Creighton school house. 4
rhoenlx precinct, voting place
No. 6, at Murphy school house... 3
Phoenix precinct. voting place
No. 7, at Heard'H ranch 1
Tempe. . 13
Mesa 10
Alma ,
Lehi J . .' .' 2
Wlckenburg precinct, voting place
No. 1 5
Wlckenburg. precinct, voting piace
No. 2, at Morristown 2
Agua Caliente a
Judges; and T
Pezzonl, clerks
Alhambra R. Hill Inspector: L.
1 Aouff and Geo. Brewster, ludires? ami
Geo. Acuff and Wm. G. Percy, clerks.
Osborn Lon Teal, inspector; R. n.
Woolf and L. B. Motrell. judges; and
J. A. R. Irvine and W. M. Cork, clerks.
Cartwright L. D. Rouseau, inspec
tor; T. Bone, and J. A. Vinson, judges;
and John Shawver and A. L. Smoot,
clerks.
Orme Henry Welborn. insnertnr-
18 . Charles Pendergast and W. II. Wilky,
juuges; ana James Vlnsel and Ilosea
urcenhaw. clerks.
Johnstone Sam S. Stout, Inspector:
M. T Vlynn and West Walker, judges;
and James E. Bacon and Alfred J.
Menard, clerks.
Buckeye No. 1. Chas. Barkley, In
spector; Riley Johnson and Frank
Couch, judges: and C. M. Zander and
Phil. Moore, clerks.
Buckeye No. 2 Libe.ty: Jas. Col
lins. Inspector; Carl Wilcox and Robt.
Beloat, judges; and June Brewster and
Fred Walls, clerks.
Buckeye No. 3 Arlington: Geo. F.
Cocke, Inspector; J. T. Perry and Wil
liam Wetzler, Judges; and J. E. Clan-
i Inspector,
clerks,
H. N. Cox; judges.
Cave Creek Inspector, Capt. M. C.
Cahiil; judges. J. D. Houck, E. P. Mc
Cormick; clerks, A. C. Werden, Samuel
M. Taylor.
Glendale Precinct, Voting Place No. 1
Inspector, A. W. Bennett; judges. S.
St. John; S. O. Furrey; clerks, Ray
Wcigold, Paul Beaver.
Glendale Precinct, Voting Place No.
2, Peoria Inspector. II. C. Mann;
Judges, II. F. Bartlett. E. W. Walters;
clerks, w. J. Osborn. R. A. Tuckey.
Meridian Inspector, E. IC Bukcr;
Judges, ; clerks, .
Riverside Inspector. John Nelson-
I judges. George McLellan. Charles Mc-j-Lellan;
clerks, Oscar Roberts. Peter
Nelson.
Alhambra Inspector, A. F. Nye;
judges, George Helm. Alfred Crabb;
clerk, B. F. Reaksecker.
Osborn Inspector, George Alkire;
judges, A. W. Gregg, Vic Norris;
clerks. H. R. Tritlp, Ernest Bennett.
artwright Inspector, C. E. Cart
wright; judgeu. Asa Graham, C. T.
Root; clerks, A. E. Cartwright, R. R
Root.
Johnstone Inspector, J. o. Hardin;
judges, G. L. Sturges. A. J. Miiiard;
clerks. Will Etter, .
Buckeye Precinct, Voting Place No. 1
Inspector, W. W. Jones; Judges, C.
C. Green, Walter Jones; clerks, J. n.
Gipson, L. H. Thayer.
Buckeye Precinct, Voting Place No.
2, Liberty Inspector, W. R. Blackmer;
Coconino . . ,
Gila ,
Graham
Maricopa . .
Mohave
Navajo
Pima
Pinal
Santa Cruz
Yavapai
Yuma
Proxies will be recognized only when
presented by a voter of the county
from which the same is issued.
All railroads have been requested to
make reduced rates for this convention,
and if no special rates is in force when
delegates leave for the convention they
should take receipts for mo-.iey paid so
that if possible the matter can be ar
ranged for return transportation.
A full attendance of delegates is de
sired, as well as the presence of rep
resentative republicans from every part
of the territory.
By order of the executive commit
?". W. S. STURGES,
SIMS ELY, Secretary. Chairman.
Dated Phoenix, Arizona, August 4th,
1906.
The
freezing or cooling of water and all
kinds of liquids and of all animal or
vegetable products r other products,
the manufacture of artificial ice and
Mile cutting and harvesting or natural
I iec-. for which Linnnsi"; tiiu
Minnesota State w m manufacture, purchase, sell, lea-e
or otherwise make ami dispose of all
Sept.
ha ve
1. ( h pec
made a
Minneapolis. Minn.
i:'D Phoenix horses
K'1 showing at the
Fair. Sallie Pointer made a record of
- , and won fourth money in th,. 1 kinds of machinery, chemicals, or ap--:
pace Monday. Bystander won ) paratus, processes, patents or other
bird money in the 2:13 pace for rive j methods applying to the production of
thousand dollars yesterday. Custer artificial cold.
won tlx; ::!i pace for t went v-flve For the carrvim- ,.m ..r 1,..;
dollars today. Inwerimr Ms; lie comnanv shall h:ivo f.i.. ...
to L'M'S'i. ! construct or acquire by purchase or
I omerwise, any lands, houses, build-
1 j ings, water rights, mining rights,
4 , lighting, power, telegraph or telephone
2 j lines, and they shall have the power
yjio own or operate factories and in-
j dustrios of every doscrintion Tl.ev
shall also have the richt t,. ,l..al l..
and dispose of ail or any of the be
fore mentioned industries or factories.
111 general, the company will acquire.
hundred
record in the fourth heat
The record of today's rac
Custer (Hall)
Ivan B. (Stout)
-Mark Onward (Barnes)..,
Karina ( Snedrec kel )
Vola (Russell)
Thor (Dean)
Geo. Perry (l)eryder)
was:
7 1
.1
.3
.4
.6
1
the mode of making such transfers'.
Fifth. To make contracts, acquire and
and transfer property, pos. ing the
power in such respects as private in
dividuals now enjoy. Sixth, To estab
lish by-laws and make all rules and
regulations deemed expedient for the
management of the affairs of the
company.
In witness hereof we hav- here
unto set our' liands . and seals this
twenty-fifth day of August. 1I.
WALTER j. BARRON. (Seal)
VALENTINE ROBINSON, (Seal)
TIMOTHY l-Il'RLEY. (Seal)
Witness: YV. F. Adams. R. B.
! Matliiesou.
State of New York. City and County
of New York. ss.
Before me M. Turner, a notary pub
lic in and for said county and state on
this day personally appeared Timothy
Hurley. Yuleiit'ne Robinson and Wal
ter J. Barron known to me to bo the
persons who subscribed to the fore
go in instrument and acknowledged to
me that they executed the same for
the purposes and considerations-therein
expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of
office this 5th day of AiiKUst. liJ.
(Seal) M. Tl'RN'ER.
Notary public (5S), County of New
York.
My commission expires on March.
31. 1S07.
PEACE ANNIVERSARY.
Celebration of the Signing of the
Treaty In Portsmouth.
It used to be that from the couple
fitting on the Trout porch late at night
there would occasionally come a wo
man's indignant voice saying "Sir!"
Now you are nwe apt to hear the
mans frightened protest of "Madam!"
Atchison Globe.
Wigwag "At what age did Milton
write 'Paradise Lost'?" Henpeckke
"I don't know, but I'll bet it was after
he was man led." Philadelphia Record.
Portsmouth. N. !., Sept 5. The
treaty of Portsmouth, which ended the
war between Japan and Russia, was
signed here a year ago today at 3:47
o'clock In the afternoon, and at the
same hour today, a tablet was un
veiled to jMipetuate the memory of
the event. The day was observed as
"Peace Day." by the ringing of all the
bells of the city at sunrise, noon and
sunset, and during the afternoon many
people gathered at the navy yai d in
front of the general stores building, in
which the envoys met a year ago. and
with appropriate exercises celebrated
the first anniversary. The copper
of which the tablet was made was al
loyed with pieces of Japanese and
Russian origin so that the event might
be perpetuated by mingling metals.
The Inscription reads: "In this
building on the invitation of Theodore
Roosevelt, president of the TTniU,,i
States, was held the nepee r-n f..
1 . ' c
,i,v,.v., 01 itus-sia and Japan,
and on September :,th. JH05, at 3:47
p. m., was signed the treaty of Ports
mouth which ended the war between
the two countries."
I'oiu, use and work such rights and
property as may be necessary for
the conduct of its business in the
L'nited States of America and all other
countries in the world.
Third: The capital stock of the
corporation shall be Three Hundred
Thousand Dollars $3O't,000) divided
into three thousand shares of the par
value of One Hundred Dollars each,
and said stock shall be issued full
paid and non-assessable, at such time
as the board of directors may desig
nate, hi exchange for cash, property,
services or other valuable right or
thing and the judgment of the direc
tors as to the value thereof shall be
conclusive.
. Fourth: The time of commencement
Of this .'Ofti.lffi t i.ki, ..I... II 1 . ,
rpi t . ' ........ 0,1cm oe me dale 01
I he COlorS appear at the ! ll,e n,i,,S ,,f articles of incorpora
te... ne omce or the auditor of
Arizona, a(J Ulc, termination thereof
shall be twenty-five years thereafter.
Fifth: The affairs or 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 first Wednesday in Sep
tember in each year.
Sixth: The highest amount of in-
ucDledness or liabilitv direct
25c
The best in Phoenix. We serve it, be
cause we have the best chef
in the west.
Short Orders as You Like Them.
We have put on extra waiters. Quick
and polite service at both houses.
Like a shower
on a flower.
CAFE, 11 West Washington St.
CHOP HOUSE, 19 North Center St.
touch of the refreshing
rain drops. In the same
way Nature gives back a
woman's youthful skin
tints when Hagan's Mag
nolia Balm is applied.
Absolutely harmless, and
makes a faded complexion !tins:'nt to which this corporation is at
fresh and velvety at once, JST X,uZ
j does not exceed two-thirds the
j amount of the capital stock.
I Seventh: The private propertv of
the stockholders of this corporation
exempt trotn tin; -uruorpt
CONKEY'S
Roup Cure
Hill's Seed House
22 W. Jefferson
No snowstorm expected, but why not
be ready with Wood and Coal?
City Wood and
Coal Co.
Phone Main 24. Madfson and 3rd Sts.
shall In
I..U.. . .t .
u'"l any Kina whatsoever.
Kighth: Among the powers of this
body corporate shall be: First, to
have perpetual succession. Second.
To sue and to be sued by the corpo
rate name. Third. To have a common
seal and alter the same at pleasure.
Fourth, To render the shares of the
company transferable and to prescribe
Ever Eat Anythinfj?
If so, remember we steak our repu
tation on our meats, our coffee is
our pride. White help for white i-o-ple
at white prices. Take the ladies
upstairs.
ANHEUSER CHOP AND OYSTER
HOUSE
FRANK SAUNDKRS, prop.
Hhp Ha.anl d tliinkUl
Decide the burning question by rm3ing
up Main 24.
City Wood and
Coal Co.
Phone Main 24. Madison and 3rd Sts.
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