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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNINU, SEITE3IBER 10, 1907, "
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SOUTH SIDE NEWS
TEMPE Frank W. Griffsn. Holliday A Cooley MESA.
AO ALWAYS ON TOP
yid Eggs 25c Per Doz,
Wm. M.Goodwin -Tempe
Normal and Public
We are prepared to furnish you with all your school books and
tupplles. You will be given prompt attention and the best of service.
Laird & Dines, Druggists, Tempe
Ladies' and Children's Goods
J. J. HODNETT,
ON ALL ,
Black and White Shirt Waists
in the house this week
W. Lukin Gash Store, Tempe
WE HAVE JUST FINISHED FOUR YEARS' SUCCESSFUL DRUG
BUSINESS IN TEMPE. WE THANK ONE AND ALL FOR THE SUP
PORT GIVEN US, AND BY FAIR AND HONEST TREATMENT WE
HOPE TO DESERVE A CONTINUANCE OF YOUR PATRONAGE.
R.M.Harmer, Druggist, - Tempe
We want you to know that we handle a full and complete line of
Ladies' Foot Wear and are now so situated that we can give you bet
ter service than ever before.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
Hyder Bros., - Tempe
DEATH OF MRS. HAYDEN.
The End Came Suddenly Yesterday
and Was A Shock to All.
The death of Mrs. S. I). Hayden at
an earlv hour vesterday forenoon was
a shock to Tempe people and will be I
learned with the deepest regret by her
many friends all over the valley.
Though she has been uuite ill for the
last week or more, her condition was
not regarded by her family and
friends as critical and none of them
were prepared for the sudden end
yesterday. Mrs. Hayden has been ail
ing all summer and has not been in
the best of health for some time. A
week or ten days ago she became con
fined to her bed. but the latter part
of the week was considered better.
Yesterday morning she al tempted to
sit u; for a short time and the effort
taxed her heart, already weakennd, to
so great an extent that she faint. d In
her daughter's arms, and Dr. Moeur:
was hurriedly summoned. She did
not rally from the sinking spt-ll and a
short time after the arrival of the!
physician, she expired.
The funeral arrangements have not
yet been fully decided upon. Her
daughter. Mar;-, who is attending
school in California, was wired Imme
diately and will probably arrive here
Tuesday or Wednesday. It Is more
than probable, however, that the u-
And many other painful and geriou .
ailnxnts from "which most mothers'
utter, can be avoided by the nae of
4a4Ws Cra TV.-- -
T easiest e uioae itu giafc tiurwj
is a God-tend to women, carrying
them through their most critical
ordeal with safety and no pain.
nera! will not be held before Thurs
day. More definite announcement will
be made tomorrow or tile next day. It
has been decided to hold the funeral
from the Al Miller home in town, Mrs.
Miller being a cousin of Mrs. Hayden.
and the interment will be made In
the Double Butte cemetery.
Mrs. Hayden was 64 yejtrs of age,
and vas a native of the state of
Arkansas. !he came west when a
young lad:- and for several years
taught school in California. It was
there she became acquainted with C.
T. Hayden and was married to him in
1S76, they coming direct to Tempe
from there. Tempe at that time was
known as Hayden's Ferry and con
sisted of but the mill and tho, Hayden
store. Mrs. Hayden was the first or
second white woman to live on the
south side and was one of the first
to make the territory her home. Since
her arrival here in '7-8. she has been
a continual resident of Tempe, though
she has at times spent a few weeks or
months in California and her former
home In Arkansas.
There is probably no woman in the
territory better known and more high
ly regarded by all who enjoyed her
acquaintance. She is survived by one
son, Carl Hayden, the present sheriff
of Maricopa county, and two daugh
ters. Sallie D. and Mary M. Hayden.
Committees from tliu A. O. f. W.
and Degree of Honor lodges met Fri
day evening for the purpose of mak
ing arrangements fu- the next Joint
session of the two lodges. The exact
date of the fiinrtlon was not decMed
upon, but it will probably be held the
latter part of the month, and will be
on the Fnch lawn. More definite an
nouncement will be made when the
plans are further perfected.
Hyder Bros. Extend Their Business to
The Store's Limit.
It has become a habit with Hyder
Bros, once each year, to make some
additional improvements in -their store
and extend the capacity of the build
in?. It began the first year with setting-
the partition back a few feet
nearer the rear. This was continued
until the partition was done away
with entirely and there was no fur
ther room In the back. More room
still being necessary, the change this
year has been made in the shelving
and the shoe department now reach
es to the ceiling on one side of the
room. A modern ladder and track is
now on the way and when it Is here
and -has been installed, the depart
ment wilt compare favorably with
any other in the valley. The shelving
on the other side of the store has also
been changed and Is entirely new. It
is devoted to the other, stock which
the firm carries. It is presumed that
when the time conies next year for
a further increase in the capacity of
the store, an addition will be built on
the rear. In fact, thit is the only
Ms. V. W. Geach and children re
turned yesterday morning from Cal
ifornia. They were met at Maricopa
the night before by Mr. Geach.
Robert Mullen left Saturday night
for a trip to Los Angtles, on business
J. E. Price returned yesterday morn
ing from California. He reports the
Jones baby much improved.
. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dobson returned
yesterday from San Francisco and
other California i'oints, where they
have been spending the past few
Mrs. Mark Redden was among the
arrivals from California yesterday
Red pocketbook containing some
money. Lola Spear, Tempe.
AGAIN LAYING CEMENT.
George Stelnmetx. the company of
the firm of O'Rourke & Co.. the con
tractors on the government dam at
Roosevelt, came down Saturday night
and went onlto Phoenix yesterday
morning. Mr. Stelnmetx made the trip
for the purpose of looking after his
nephew, Ezra Stelnmetx. The young
man left Roosevelt a few days sine,
for the purpose of acting as best man
at the wedding of his friend. Mr. Rob-
I har tjprd toot Taloabl VmMtvrX and find
hm p-rf ?. ('nulOn'l do without tt)-m. I b
tif I in in f-tr Row 1 1 tii fr itflictun and bil
ont: and am mw rutuplt-ly rord. Kejmm-Bi-rid
thm to fvryon. Once turd. Jon will
Mver be without tb-ro in thf family."
fcU-axd A. 54 an. Albany. N.T.
Pltwiol. PalataV Potent Taut Oov! If Oo4,
KTr bickn, UVkn or irlp. Mc. r. prt
old In bulk. Th rnain table! atampml CtC.
Guaranteed to ear or roar money back.
Sterlinf Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 60s
ANNUAL SALE. TEH MILLION BOXES
Kicks $1.00 per setting
or J j per 100 from the
best strains of Brown
and White Leghorns In
C. W. Alexander, Prop.
We are offering ladies' and
misses' canvas oxfords and straw
hats at greatly reduced prices.
We will let the straw goods go
at your own prices to close.
New York Cash
Fine Rooms for
the Summer at
lnson. He remained all night In Mesa
and the next morning was quite ill.
He spent the day In Mesa, had medi
cal attention, and was feeling so well
that the same night he went on to
Phoenix. The next day he was com
pelled to call in another doctor, and
It was found that he was suffering
from appendicitis. Saturday an opera
tion was performed and the boy seem
ed to bo doing aJl right, but Mr. Stean-
mets thought he had better come down
and see how he was. Ezra was on his
way to Texas to be married, and It Is
hoped that he will be In shape to not
keep the bride waiting.
Mr. Stelnmetx says that cement lay
ing on the dam vas resumed yester
day, after quite a long delay on nc
count of high water. For many years,
prior to the commencement of work
on the dam, the water never rose
above 5000 Inches at this season of the
year. Soon after the work was begun,
high water became the rule, not the
exception. This season the water has
been unusually troublesome. The dam
is up to a point where the water can
not damage the work completed, but It
delays the completion of the dam. Mr.
Steinmets hopes now that the com
pany will be able to push things along
without so many delays.
IN PRECARIOUS CONDITION.
Mrs. Mark Newell Is in a very crit
ical condition, and Doctor Moore wai
sent for yesterday. She is suffering
from an acute attack of appendicitis.
The inflammation was so bad that the
physicians feared to perform an oper
ation. A consultation was held last
evening, but the conclusions arrived at
have not been made publ'A
THE NEGRO QUESTION.
The proposition advocated by some
of the truck growers to secure a large
acreage of ground and import a few
negro families to do the work, has
met with vigorous protest on the part
of others. It is claimed that if a few
families of colored people are brought
In there will be more follow, and that
though the first Importations may be
all right. It will give an opening for a
large "undesirable class." It is prob
able that the plan of the trmk grow
ers will be abandoned, and If they can
not get white labor will elepend upon
'Japanese or Chinese.
MAY GO TO GLOBE.
James Daley, proprietor of the Mesa
pool hall, will leave for filobe this
morning. The object of his journey
Is to try and secure a location for his
business In the mountain camp. He
says that the local regulations have
become so stringent there is no money
in the business here and he will seek
a town where everything Is a little
more-on the "wide open" order.
HAS IMPROVED HIS RANCH.
Some time since Henry Duke located
a homestead ranch at Queen Creek,
and has spent several hundred dollars
in Improving it. He has just com
pleted a house, which will be his home
until the land Is proved up. and has
fenced the entire quarter section with
barled wire He srt the xrtry land
ranchers threshed about three thous
and sacks of grain this season, in spite
of the Jack rabbits, and they expect to
do a great deal better the coming win
ter. THE SOUL.
To the Editor of The Republican. Sir:
Why. most certainly the human soul
can be photographed; but not an Im
aginary soul, such a soul as is be
lieved In. by the great majority of the
human race. A something, each hu
man being is said to possess. A soul
that is immaterial, indivisible, that
cannot be seen. felt, or handled, that
becomes disembodied at death; and
immediately takes its flight (accord
ing to the belief of all so-called Chris
tians), either to an Imaginary heaven,
or hell. The idea that such an Imag
inary soul may be photographed is the
veriest bosh and should not for a mo
ment be entertained by any intelligent
being, in this twentieth century.
There Is not a word of Scripture in
the Bible that says that man is in pos
session of an immortal or neverdying
soul; or that man possesses Inherent
The lie was first spoken by the ser
pent in the Garden of Eden, when he
told the first human beings that .they
should not surely die. In contradiction
to what God had said that .If disobe
dient) they should surely die. It was
MONEY TO LOAN
'Plenty at 8 per cent
In amounts to suit
POMEROY & KELLY
Real Estate Agents,
. MESA CITY, ARIZONA
We have on hand plenty of Bale
Ties, Barbed Wire and Nails of all
Kinds; also Car Buggies and Stude-
j baker Wagons, Powder Caps and Fuse.
For anything you want, write
0. S. Stapley & Co.
"FOR THE MAN WHO CARES"
It Is a stylish well fitting sl.oe that
is suitable for all occasions.
The Florsheim shoe has a "touch of
art" and a "dash of style" that is sure
to appeal to young aien and good
dressers every where.
See us before buying shoes for au
tumn and early winter.
We are sole agents for this famous
shoe, in Mesa,
also said of the first man, Adam. Gen.
2: 7. that "The Lord God formed man
of the dust of the ground, and breath
ed into his nostrils the breath of life,
and man became a living soul," or a
living animal, or creature; translated
from the Hebrew dords Nephesh Cha
yah, signifying a living animal.
The great mass of the human race
from that day to this, have been more
ready to believe the Serpent's lie, than
the truth. When the sentence was
pronounced on the first pair, for trans
gression, the penalty was death, to
give up the breathln his nostrils and
return to dust, from whence he was
taken. Gen. 3: 19.
Paul says: "The wages of sin is
death." The Prophet says that "the
soul that sinneth it shall die." The
doctrine of the immortality of the
soul. Is the foundation of all error. In
so-called Christendom: and conse
quently this most pernicious falsehood
Is preached and proclaimed from thou
sands of pulpits continually, and the
masses gladly swallow it and are de
ceived and professors and so-called
scientists fakirs would make you be
lieve that they can photograph this
imaginary soul. J. M. FIKE.
Harvev S. Stiles, a horticulturist,
has made a discovery of great interest
to the people of tho Southwest. He
finds that dates of the choicest variety,
rivaling the kind raised in Syria, will
grow in Texas in the territory Included
in a triangle formed by a line drawn
through Laredo and Corpus Christi.
thence down to Brownsville and up
again to I.aredo. Mr. Stiles went to
Texan from California and began to
experiment. He found the female date
tree In the Brownsville country and be
gan a search for the male tree. He
presently discovered this and polinated
the two. As a result he raised 140
pounds on three branches on one tree.
II now seems probable that the date
industry will prove a great feeder for
the Brownsville country.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
See Fac-Slmile Wrapper Below. '
Tory small mmk ma easy
to take aa trnfrnx.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SUN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
iTcS I VBrety TefetaMa.Cfc3M
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Of "B. D. 4. H. Mining Company."
We. the undersigned, do hereby as-
s.. late ourselves together for the pur-
Hse cf becoming incorporated under
the laws of the Territory of Arizona.
and do hereby adopt the following ar
tides of Incorporation, viz:
The name of the incorporators are
Harvey E. Hall. Michael P. Ryan.
Paris Fletcher. Asa G. Brlggs, Roscoe
B. Higbee. Thomas R. Kane and Fred
erick A. Hall.
The name of the Incorporation shall
be the "B. D. & H MINING COM
PANY." The princ ipal place of trans
atcing business shall be Phoenix In
the Territory of Arizona. A branch
office of the corporation for the trans
action of its business may be estab
lished by the Board of Lirectors at
any other place in the United States,
at which place meetings of the stock
holders and directors may be held and
books of the comporatlon kept.
The general nature of the business
proposed to be transacted shall be to
purchase, locate, bond or otherwise ac
quire, hold, exchange, sell, mortgage
and dispose of and deal in lodes, mines,
mining claims, mining properties, real
estate, town sties, valuable ores, min
erals and mineral bearing earth or
rocks, water anil water rights, and to
ork. operate and use the same; to
develop, use, sell and otherwise dis
pose of .electricity and electric power,
and for that purpose to construct, buy
or otherwise acquire all the property
necessary or desirable for the purpose
of developing, selling, using or other
wise disposing of the same; to ac
quire and erect mills, concentrators,
reduction works and smelters for ex
tracting values from ores and miner
als and to operate the same: to ac
quire and own all the machinery neces
sary or Incident to the conduct of the
business of the corporation: to do and
perform any and all things Incident
to mining, milling, transporting,
smelting and reducing ores and min
erals and of disposing of the products
thereof, or necessary or incident to the
conduct of any and all business which
this corporation is authorized to do;
to construct, maintain and operate
roadways, tramways and railways.
The amount of capital stock author
ized shall be Two Million Dollars (JJ,
000.000) and It shall be divided into
Two Million (2.000.0CO) shares of a par
value of one dollar each. The capital
stock shall be paid in when it Is sub
scribed for and when the certificates
therefor are issued. It may be paid
in in cash or property acceptable to
the Board of Directors.
The time of the commencement of
the corporation shall be June 15th, 190",
and the determination of the corpora
tion shall be twenty-five (25) years
from the time of its commencement. I
ARTICLE V. j
The affairs of the corporation shall ,
be conducted by a board of seven di- I
rectors and the following officers, viz:
a president, a vice president, a secre- j
tary, an aslstant secretary, a treasurer !
and an assistant treasurer. The mem-
bers of the Board of Directors shall be i
elected by the stockholders annually 1
at their annual meeting. The officers
shall be elected by the Board of DI- i
rectors at a meeting to be held Im-'
mediately after the election of the '
Board of Directors each year. Should !
the stockholders fail to elect any mem- I
ber or members of the Board of Dlroc- j
tors, they may elect such members of j
the board at a meeting of stockhold-
ers called for that purpose. Until such
time as their successors shall be elect- !
ed, the incorporators herein named ,
shall be the directors of the corpora-
tion. The annual meetings of stock- I
holders shall be held on the first Tues-
day in June in each year after the
year 11)07. Until their successors shall i
have been elected, Michael P. Ryan ;
shall be president. Harvey E. Hall !
shall be Vice President. Thomas R. ;
Kane shall be Secretary. Charles Bris- 1
roe shall be assistant secretary, Paris j
Fletcher shall be treasurer, and N. A. i
Donev shall be assistant treasurer.
The Board of Directors may adopt
such by-laws, not Inconsistent 'with
law, as they mav deem proper. -ARTICLE
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liabiiity to which the corporation Is
I to at any time subject itself. Is Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000.)
Private property shall be exempt
from corporate debts. The capital
stock shall be non-assessable.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF The
above named Incorporators have here
unto set their names and seals this
14th day of June, 1907. in Presence of
C. R. ST. JOHN,
P. A. SEARS.
HARVEY E. HALL
MICHAEL P. RYAN"
ASA G. BRIGCS
ROS'COE B. HIGBEE
THOMAS R. KANE
FREDERICK A. HALL.
STATE OF MINNESOTA.
COCNTY OF RAMSEY ss.
On this 14th day of June. 1907. before
me. C. R. St. John, a Notary Public In
and for the above named county, per
snnallv anneared Harvev E. Hall. Mi
chael P. Ryan, Paris Fletcher, Asa G.
Brlggs, Roscoe B. Higbee. Thomas R.
Kane and Frederick A. Hall, known to
me to be the same persons whose
uames are subscribed to the foregoing
instrument and they each acknowl
edged to me that th ey executed the
same for the purpose and condition
Given under my hand and seal of
office this 14th day of June. A. D. 1907.
(SEAL) C. R. ST. JOHN,
Notary Public, Ramsey County, Min
nesota. My commission empires June 4, 150S.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA.
County of Maricopa ss.
I, C. V. LEONARD, County Record
er in and for the County and Terri
tory aforesaid, hereby certify that 1 1
have compared the foregoing
with the original Articles of Incorpor-
auon of the l. I). & H. Mming Com -
pany filed and recorded in my office on
the lath day of June, 11H7, in Book
No cf Incorporations, at Page
and that the same is a full, true
and correct copy of such original and
of the whol thereof.
Witness my hand and seal of office,
this 19th day of June, 1907.
(SEAL) C. F. LEONARD.
Filed in the office of the Territorial
Auditor of the Territory of Arizona
this 20 day of June. A. D. 1907, at 10
A. M. at request of H. E Hall, whose
postotlice address is St. Paul, Minne-
JOHN H. PAGE
The Moulting Hen
Force your poultry now for early eggs. We have what you need.
Beef Scraps, Blood, Shell, Oil Cake Meal
' These are all essential to the early moult. Egg makers and tonics
of all kinds.
HILL'S SEED HOUSE
22 WEST JEFFERSON STREET
Wo have without a doubt the largest line of loose and mounted Dia
monds in the southwest, and every stone is guaranteed perfeet in
every way. A Diamond bought from us is as safe an investment ss
you can find. You take no chance on our goods, and as to the price,
we will compete with any firm In the United States.
F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO GEO. H. COOK,
10-12 W. Washington St. - Phoenix.
A NEW SUMMER COLONY. NEAR PRESCOTT
U. S. Titl to property; ample room for tennis, croquet and baseball
grounds; electric lights, telephones; exoellent water and drainage available.
Driving teams may be kept at Colony stables; fine driving may be enjoyed.
Members will own 1-4 acre lots in fee simple and an interest in the enter
prise. Exclusive, retired, quiet, yet but one mile from street cars. Inquire
of N. A. MORFORD. 4 West Adams SL, Phoenix.
You can buy for less through
us as we charge less to sell.
Our list of offerings are sec
ond to none, for we are con
stantly getting new bargains In
CITY and RANCH property.
It will pay you to see our list
before buying. '
WE ADO NOTHING TO THE OWNER'S PRICES.
THE INDEPENDENT REAL ESTATE CO.
(15 years in business here)
That pleases every
housewife. Try it.
VALLEY FLOUR MILLS
Us cement blocks for foundations,
fence posts, pier caps, window sills ana
caps. Ranchers aavo money by dip
ping your fence posts in asphalt. It
your rvof is leaking a coat of asphalt
will make it as good as new.
M. L. VIEUX.
Rfrtrtlv on the TTuronean nlan. Tlooma
I by the day. week or month. Flnesc
, bar and club rooms in the Southwest.
'BROW, SMITH & BELCHER
WEDDING BELLS FOR YACHOB
Mrs. Murphy Why. do say Mr
O'Flanigan, do tell me what is the
matter with Mrs. Malone. Mrs.
O'Flanigan Why bless the stupid
looks of yea, and its the same ould
story- You see Mrs. Malone and Mr.
Tachob was all ready to have the
worred said to make them both one.
Mrs. Malone had went to Massle's
second hand store and had fixed tip
her house as sweet as ttve ould lang
song. She had four rugs, dressers,
china closets, ranges, extension tabl?
and chairs and ro-kers and a foine
brass bed. She tuck Mr. Yachob
j through to show him what she had
bought for the J500.00 he had give her
.to furnish up with, ajd bless your life
If old Tachob dldent ast her if they
) couldn't get the license at Massie's
j so as to save a f!ew pennies, and you
know that waa too mucU for Mrs.
j Malone's temper. So she fired him
out of ihe house.' and she wont look
! at the old miser any nor Mrs.
Murphy O, I see. then it is a case of
divorce before the wedding. Now
what will she do. with the furniture?
Mrs. O'Flanigan O. she may keep It
or sell It back to Massie and he will
'sell some one else the same goods at
J still less prices. AH his gixxls are.
foine for the price. See him. Masxie.
j the second hand man. J2V.34 West
j Vash t. Phone Main J51.
We can always sell a well lo
cated HOUSE, LOT or RANCH
if the price is right.
We make a special low charge
when given exclusive sale.
Houses rented when given ex
Money loaned on first mort
gages. 19 South Center St.