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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY? 310RXINU, FEBRUARY 11, ll)08v
8 SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE Frank W. Griff in. .... W. H. Ho9le MESA. BIG CONTINUOUS and will last until every thing is sold. I mm 14 G9 B K n n TEMPE, ARI. VALENTINES We have the latest in our HARMER'S DRUG STORE PHONE 171. TEMPE, OUR BIG SALE NOW ON J. J. HODNETT, :: TEMPE If you are looking for on us, we have LAIRD & DINES LILY Gold Medal AT Paris Exposition 1900 Pan California State A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF CONFIDENCE is necessary between you and your tailor, but it is always best to be on the safe side and put your dress requirements in the hands of one who enjoys a reputation. The International backs your confidence with an Iron-clad gua rantee of faultless ser vice. See our new models and exclusive Fabrics. Strictly made to measure. New York Cash Ladies' Spring Hose We have just received a shipment of Ladies' Hose in white, grajj. black, pink, blue and brown. The finest assortment ever displayed in Tempe. Prices Tanging fr..m 23, cents to $2.r.o a" pair.' HY Tcmpc," aile Gash Store N w w - -v m w w south window. - ARIZONA. a nice Valentine, call a complete line CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA MILK Factories at TEMPE ARIZONA and Bucna" Park Cal. American Exposition 1 90 1 Fair 1907 fi, ''M lTERAATAL L,.:.'zj4 kh&li't Tailrio Co. NEW YORY CHICAGO it Store-Tcmpej , Ariz. Nil mm? Mm limim' lit TEMPE THE DANGER LESSENING. There is even less danger of a drouth the coming season now than there was a week ago. Rain falling again after a six days' dry spell about 9 o'clock Sunday night and continued off and on all night. Just how much water fell could not be ascertained yexterday but it was something less than the precipi tation of last week's storm. Still it. showed up to a better advantage for the ground was already soaked and the roads yesterday were In bad rhape again. There was no rain during the day but it turned exceedingly cold and when ever the clouds lifted from the mountains snow was plainly in sight and in some instances within twenty miles of Tempe. FOR SALE Choice Early King seed wheat. Geo. TV. Lewis, Mesa. SHEARING BY MACHINE. Donald McQueen's Outfit Installed at the Frankenberg Corral. People who have never wit nessed the shearing of sheep by ma chinery will have an opportunity with in the next .week that they do not often get as it is seldom that sheep are sheared so near town as within a few miles. That, however, will be the case the next week or longer for Donald McQueen's shearing outfit Is now in stalled at the Frankenberg' corral three miles east and a mile south of here. Mr. McQueen expects to commence work today on the Packard flock, numbering between 2.500 and 3.000 and when that bunch is finished, there may be other smaller ones to be taken care of. The machine used is supplied with powc by a gasoline engine and with it two men can shear between three and four hundred sheep per day. depending greatly upon conditions. The shearing is done at so much per sheep and the owner of the outfit supplies everything but the sheep. All the owner of the sheep has to do Is to drive them to the pens and reap the profit. It is claimed that by the use of the machine from one to two pounds more wool is taken than by hand work and there is prac tically no danger of injuring the sheep. As above stated work will start to day providing the weather is not too bad. It was expected to start yester day but the rain of the night before and the uncertainty of a dear day made it necessary to postpone starting and it may be necessary to hold off a few days yet. unless the weather shows a decided improvement today. LOST Breastpin with picture of gen tleman inside. Finder return to Telephone office and receive reward. CATTLE SHIPMENT. V. E. Hitchcock shipped out five cars of rattle to San Bernardino yes terday morning. The cattle were pur chased from 'Wilbur and Peck and the shipment was accompanied by Albert Uiles and a regular shipper. Mr. Hitch cock has been doing most of the ship ping from here this winter but as yet the largest part of the cattle from this sid of the river have not been ship ped. Hodnett and Cars, resident under takers and embalmers. Phono 179. APPOINTED FIELD MANAGER. The visit of H. B. Pearson, repre senting CrutchfiWd A- Woolfloek of Pittsburg, here last week has been fol lowed by the appointment if 1. G. Hanna as field manager for the three associations in the valley that will market their cantaloupes this season through the Pittsburg firm. Though Mr. Hanna's time wi'l lie necessarily mostly s'nt in the fields of the dif ferent growers here, at Phoenix and at Glenrtale. he is goinar to put in a good acreage himself. The firm could not have fouml a better man for 1he place than Mr. Hanna. He has been closely identified with the cantaloupe industry here for several year?. He has made TEWPE ADVERTISEMENT. Another Big Contract has been let by the government for the Panama canal and I am short 222,222 dozen eggs; 22i j cents per dozen. W. 'M. GOODWIN I ' ' CASH STORE . i CALLA-DALE POUL TRY FARM, Thoroughbred Poultry. Best in the West. Eggs, J1.50 per sitting; 15.00 per 100. C. W. ALEXANDER, Tempe, Arizona. f-H-H--H-H-M-H"l M"M"M-M Try some of our new :: I pickles. They are simply immense. Parry V Gash Store B. T. GILLETT Merchant Tailor Importer and doalor In forelfii and domattlo e lot ha. 17 West Adams St. PK- Rod 71 J a study of it and has also spent some time at Rocky Ford, Colo., where he gathered some new and valuable ideas on Important matters. Season for planting, fruit trees will soon be over. Place vour order now With G. A. Goodwin. WENT TO THE DAM. Engineer L. C. Hill and party were met here yesterday morning when they came In from the south on the delayed Maricopa train, but two large ma chines spent the night here. Immedi ately upon the arrival of the train the entire party embarked for Roosevelt In the two autos. TWO DRUNKS. Justice Nielsen had before him two lone drunks. They were both fined ten dollars or as many days. One took the days and was taken to Phoenix last evening. The other found a man who willingly stood good for the amount of the fine. SHORT NOTES. . Billy Blchell Is helping out in the Pioneer Market on account of the Ill ness of James Moscow. .' But three 'days yet remain for the payment of city taxes before tiey go delinquent. George W. Boston of Phoenix was a business visitor here yesterday. Vernon L. Clark was a south side visitor yesterday. H. F. Blount and wife of Washing ton, D. C, who have been here visiting relatives, left last night for Los An geles. George W. Chatfield gave an inter esting talk at the normal yesterday morning on the subject, "Sincerity in School Work." The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church are ready to do plain sewing, either by the piece on by tlv; day. Leave orders with Mrs. Good win at the express office. A RECITAL. On Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. E. Pafford on Eighth street there was "music In the air." The mothers of her music pupils enjoyed a very rare treat In the line of a re cital, the following pupils taking part: Mary Farley. Maud Stewart. Elou Armstrong, Ophitia Lopez. Hazel and Vernice Sandoz, Irene. Robbins, Llona Jones. Lenore Gibson, fjdna Carr, Laura Jensen. Johnnie Moeur, Vyvyan Moeur, Jessie Belle Moeur. Thelma Mullln, Pearl Haigler. Ruby Halgler, Dora Rich. Gussle Harris, Irene Rid den and Ernest Pafford. To the strains of "Home, Sweet Home" dainty and delicious refresh ments were served and all departed loud in praise fir the chjdren who. It was demonstrated, had ' spent many long hours in hard practice. The next recital will occur at tfie close of the term in June and bids fair to eclipse the one of Saturday afternoon. MfSA WILL INCORPORATE TODAY. Mesa Produce Growers' Association a Reality Letters Being Sont Out. The Mesa produce growers will today file with the county recorder and the territorial recorder their articles of in corporation which entitles them to at once begin doing business as a corpor ation under the laws of Arizona. The authorized capital stock of the associ ation is J30.000, divided into three thousand shares of the par value' of ten dollars each and shall be paid in full at the time of issuance to pur chaser. The business management of the as sociation has been placed in the hands of five directors who arc men ac quainted with the marketing and growing of produce in this section of the valley. They are men who have had experience with the cantalouix; growers' asociation and who are able to pick out the good from that organ ization and feature it with the new undertaking. For the past month the Interest in the association has been increasing and Its existence has gone beyond the borders of Arizona. Already commis sion men have begun to make inquiry concerning it. It will not be a great ways in the future until the shippers of the nortli and east will turn this way for a part of their winter vegeta bies. It is a proposition that the rail roads can assiQ in making a success while it is a plan which will protect the small farmer and make their land increase in value while they will be receiving more from the products of the farm. While mention has been made in these columns fiom time to time of the winter vegetables wnlch were placed on the local market, the associa tion Is going to try to use a system and be able to guarantee a certain pro duct at a certain time. While their talde has not. been completed, a part of it is as follows: Spinach, January 1st to April 1st; potatoes. May 15th; watermelons, June 25th; sweet pota toes. August 1st: tomatoes, June 20th: cabbage. March 1st; cauliflower, Feb ruary 15th. It must be understood that the above quotations are for large quantities. . HOLY CITY COMING. Splendid Show Will Be in Mesa ccb. 19, Headed by Louella Morey. The Holy City, a play which has met the approval of the press and clergy throughout the east, -was yesterday billed to appear at the Mesa opera house on February 19. None who have ever witnesed the superb production of the Incomparable drama have forgot ten l lie wealth of acting, allegory and music then presented and great is th inlerest manifested in thisyear's pro duction headed by Miss Luella Morev a ml much stronger than it w as last season. Numerous changes have been made by the author, each adding to the power of the well remembered story. Interpreters of the varied characters have been most carefully selected, the ocstumes are new throughout end in creased scenic splendor has been pro vided. Miss More'-, who for years was at the head of the Morey Stock company. Is an actress with personal magnetism which is Impossible tOv de scribe. She has played Cleopatra with all the force and vivneiousness of n metropolitan actress. Her taking the part of Salome in the Holy City is a guarantee of the play's merit as a high class attraction. RAIN APPRECIATED. The regular Sunday evening shower while It kept many away from their various places of worship was never theless appreciated. The desert farm ers are especially pleased as It Is an assurance that they will be blessed with a bountiful harvest" . ' OPERA HOUSE CURTAIN. John P. Ryan, representing the De troit Scenery company, has about se cured contracts enough to cover the curtain to' be used on the Mesa- opera house. Mr. Ryan's headquarters are lu Denver. BUCK PRODUCE CO'S STATEMENT To the editor of The Republican, Sir: In your issue of this morning, Jn your budget of news from this point, you do us an injury which we trust you will remedy in your columns. The rectifi cation is entitled to the same circula tion as the original erroneous state ment. Your correspondent, referring to the cauliflower grown by us, and placed on exhibition at Shactuck & Nimmo's store, goes on to say that the various crops of vegetables grown by us will likely be sold through that firm; and that the major credit is due them for this successful demonstration of win ter v-igetable growing. Inasmuch-1 as they furnlsed the money to conduct the experiments. In the first place, your correspond ent Is perfectly aware that it has been several months since the firm in ques tion has put' up a cent to conduct the enterprise In question, and that the manager of the company has met the payroll and the hundred and one inci dental expenses incident to the enter prise from his own resources. He got mighty little help from this neighbor hoodthe one. after all to benefit from his operations. A produce association, was formed here several months ago, but with not over half of the acreage planted rep resented In the organization. Some of the growers wanted to wait a while before consenting to tie their crops up under an arangement, the workings of which were more or less problematical. Our company was one of those that did not join. Your Mesa correspondent was made president of the organization, and the manager of Shattuck & Nimmo's store was elected vice president. The boast was indulged on the street that this move would give the association con trol of our crop the largest in the val ley since the firm in question was putting up most of the money for the operations of our company. Now, as a matter of fact the firm in question has Just about as much to do with selling our crop as you have, and your correspondent when he wrote th paragraph in question was simply using your paper to score a point in a game that had already fizzled out at this end of the line. You are Innocent enough of any Intent to injure us, but at the same time you are responsible for the results of items printed in your cMumns. It happens that our crop is worth considerable money. Ten thousand dollars wonldn't begin to touch it to day. We are dealing with commission houses in half a dozen cities of the country for Its sale, and some of it is contracted with houses fn your own city. With this point clear in your mind, you can realize how the publica tion of an item that we are not man aging our own business ft-e plain im plication of your publication) would and will affect some of our pending deals. We are entitled to be put right in this matter, and since you have done us the wrong you should be willing to now do what is right. Sincerely yours. BUCK PRODUCE CO. Mesa, Feb. 9. ME8A ADVERTISEMENTS. I I 1 1 1 I I Write for "Facts About Mesa." Why pay $200 for land when you can get it for half that amount with better water rights and better soil, better accommo dations and better atmosphere. "Cantaloupes made Arizona famous; Mesa made the canta loupes." write for information; Chamber of Commerce .frH-fr-H-l -l-M-l-H-M-M-1 Y ! H' t Pomeroy-Guthrie Realty Co. Successors to Pomeroy & Kelly. We have 10 lots In the northern part of San Diego city, Califor nia; 39 acres near San Diego, and one acre in Los Angeles, that we can sell for cash or ex change for Salt River Valley lands. MESA - ' - ARIZONA. Mesa Section $30 ppr btc f.r a section of land with Highland Canal water rights. .Excel lent soil. Sit! E. J. BENNITT & CO. 18-18 N. Center St Phoenix .... Arizona. MESA nlesi IRON GREY PERCHERON STAL . LION. French No. 44696. American No. 25433. First premium' at last Territorial Fair. I also own two Hill Jacks. Will stand for the season of 1908 at Am brose Corral, Five Points. TERMS AS FOLLOWS: Stallion, season, in advance, $20.00. Jacks, season in advance, 110.00. WOLF SACHS. Owner. CALIFORNIA WINES-LIQUORS CO. Port Sl.no CUret Spl. 7." Riesline a l.i") " ' SI .00 Huterne a l.ro Zanfiinilel 12'' rhaisi la xxx ' 1.7 Burcundy .M ; model xxxx 2.nn jrenaehe l.7." semillon AnselicJ l.V) l'arteoret 2.00 Cresta B'.anoa sherry 1.30 spl price ljr bl. dpk. Burgundy J. F. Cutler Whisky, Hermitage, Old Taylor, Ambassador. King of Ken tucky and a hundred more of the best quality, and a full line of Cordials. Special price for barrel. Hot Lunch at Richelieu Saloon. 19-21 South Center St. AMENDED ARTICLES OF INCOR PORATION OF THE FULLER TON OIL COMPANY. Know all men by these presents: That whereas, on the 25th day of May, 1900, there was recorded in Book No. 4 of Corporations, records of Maricopa County. Arizona, at pages 1S6 to 189. the articles of incorporation of the Ful lerton Oil Company; And whereas, said corporation was duly organized, and the directors thereof duly elected; And whereas, on the 8th day of July. 1901, there was recorded in Book 7 of Articles of Incorporation, in the records f Maricopa County, Arizona, amended articles of incorporation of the said Fullerton Oil Company; And whereas, the Board of Directors of said Fullerton Oil Company, on the first day of January, 1908, and ever since, consisted of the undersigned John J. Fay, Jr., Thomas Hughes. R. D. Wade, W. F. Ball, W. A. Barker. Allen Craig and W L. Valentine; And whereas, on the 20th day of Jan uary, 1908, the said Board of Directors at a meeting duly and regularly called and held at one of its two principal places of business, in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of California, resolved that the articles of incorporation of said Fullerton Oil Company should be further amended as herein contained and set forth; And whereas, said Board of Direc tors duly called a meeting of the stock holders ofald Fullerton Oil Company to be held at the city of Phoenix, coun ty of Maricopa, territory of Arizona, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. on the 4th day of February. 1908. for the purpose of considering the further amendment of said articles of incorporation of said Fullerton Oil Company; And whereas, due legal notice was given of said stockholders' meeting and a special meeting of the stock holders of said corporation was duly held in accordance with said notice, at the principal place of busi ness of said corporation, to wit. in the city of Phoenix, county of Maricopa, territory of Arizona, on the 4th day of February, 1908, at 10 o'clock a. m., and at said stockholders' meeting there were present W. H. Nail, H. I. Latham and W. L. Valentine, representing by proxy and in person 509.431 shares of the subscribed and issued capital stock of said corporation, out of a total of 600,000 shares heretofore issued and now outstanding; And whereas, at said special meet ing of said stockholders, it was fully resolved that the articles of incorpora tion of the said Fullerton Oil Com pany should be further amended as herein contained and set forth, and that these amended articles of incor poration be adopted as the amended articles of Incorporation of said corpo ration, Fullerton Oil Company; Now, therefore, this is to certify, that we, the undersigned, said directors and said persons present at said stock holders' meeting, and the president and secretary of said corporation, and the said corporation, do adopt and did adopt at said meeting, the following as the amended articles of incorpora tion of said corporation, to-wit: Article 1. The names of the incor porators hereof, being those who signed and caused to be filed the original arti cles of incorporaton of said corpora tion, are John J. Fay, Jr., Thomas Hughes, CI. R. Cobleigh, Byron Erken brechcr, W. L. Valentine. William R. Staats and J. S. Torrance. Article 2. The name of the corpora tion shall be Fullerton Oil Company. - Article 3. The principal place of business of said corporation in the ter ritory of Arizona shall be in the city of Phoenix, in the county of Maricopa, at which place all stockholders' meet ings shall be held and directors' meet ings may be held: and the principal place of business of the board of direc tors of said corporation shall be at and upon the property of the corporation in Section 2. Township 3, South, Range II West, S. B. B. & M... where tho wells of the corporation are now In opera tion, in the county of Orange, state of California, at vhieh place all directors' meetings may he held. Article 4. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted is. First. To acquire oil bearing lands by purchase or lease -or otherwise, drill wells thereon, produce crude petroleum and other minera substances, sell, re fine, store, and carry the same, to gen erally deal In crude and refined petro leum and its kindred by-products, and Desert land under Highland canal t'D p r acre. Orange land $1iM) per acre. Residence lots $100 each. THE ARIZONA LAND COMPANY. When looking for laud bargains look to construct, manage' and Own oil tanks and pipe lines for the storage, sale or delivery of the samev Second. To purchase, own, hold and otherwise acquire and Improve, culti vate, sell and generally deal in real and personal property of every kind. Third. To buy, sell and generally deal in all kinds of public and private stocks, bonds, securities, live stock, and as well all nther kinds of personal property; to explore for, discover, buy o otherwise acquire or own or dispose of water, water rights and privileges for use or for sale or for irrigation, mining, domestic or power purposes. Fourth. To buy, subscribe for or oth erwise receive or acquire, to hold, col lect dividends on, and to sell or other wise dispose of shares of the capital stock of other corporations. Fifth. To issue bonds, notes or se curities of indebtedness, to buy, sell and deal in the same. Sixth. To build, construct, acquire and dispose of canals, acqueducts, flumes, ditches and pipe lines, for con ducting water or oil. Seventh. To generally acquire, own. use, sell or otherwise dispose of, and a well deal m all kinds of property, and also to incur Indebtedness, exe cute mortgages, and carry on any kind of business that may be necessary or incidental to the carrying out of each or any of the foregoing purposes. Article 5. The amount of capital stock of this corporation authorized is of the par value of $0O.000.00, divided Into 600,000 shares, of the par value of one dollar each, of which seven hun dred shares, subscribed and fully paid for at the time of subscription and at the time of filing the original articles of Incorporation of this corpo ration. At the time of filing these amended articles of incorpora tion. 600.000 shares have been sub scribed and fully paid for. ' The times when and conditions upon which the capital stock of this corporation is to be paid in, are as follows: The con sideration for said stock shall be ren dered and paid into the said corpora tion at or before the time when the same shall be issued, or at sueh.future time and in such installments a may be determined by the Board of Direc tors f said corporation, and shall be paid either in money or in services ren dered for the benefit of the corpora tion, or for such other consideration as the Board of Directors may direct; and shall be paid in upon such conditions as the Board of Directors may direct. Article . The time of commence ment of this corporation shaH be when the original articles were filed with the County Recorder of the county of Maricopa, territory of Arizona, to-wit: the 25th day of May. 1900, and the termination of the corporation shall be twenty-five years thereafter. Article 7. The corporate power of this corporation shall be vested in a board of seven directors, who shall bo stockholders, holding at least one share of stock in his own name on the books of the company; and the times when they shall be elected shall be at tho annual meeting of the stockholders of said corporation, or at any adjourn ment thereof, each and every year. Article 8. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which the corporation is at any time to subject itself, shall be the amount of $100,000. Article 9. Private property shall be exempt from corporate debts. Article 10. These amended articles of incorporation may be amended at any time by vote of the stockholders duly assembled In any regular or spe cial meeting thereof, and by filing with the CoTjnty Recorder of said cotmfy cf Maricopa, territory of Arizona, a cer tificate thereof, and by publication of said certificate in the same manner re quired by law as in the case of orig inal articles of incorporation. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands this 20th day of January, 1908. JNO. J. FAY. Jr. THOMAS HUGHES. (Corporate R. D. WADE. W. F. BALL. Seal) W. A. BARKER. ALLEN CRAIG. W. L. VALENTINE. FULLERTON OIL COMPANY. By JNO. J.' FAY, Jr., Its President By W. L. VALENTINE, Its Secretary. Phoenix, Arizona, February 4th, 1908. H. I. LATHAM. W. H. NALL W. L. VALENTINE. State of California, County of Los Angeles, ss. Before me, Mary A. Conners, a notary public in and for the county and state aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, on this day personally appeared John J. Fay. Jr., Thomas Hughes, R. D. Wade, W. F. Ball, W. A. Barker. Allen Craig and W. L. Valentine, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscrib ed to the foregoing Instrument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purpose and consider ation therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office, this 20th day of January. A. V. 1908. MARY A. CONNERS. (Notarial Seal.) My commission expires 11th day of September. 1908. State of California. County of Los Angeles, ss. On this 20th day of January in the year one thousand, nine hundred and eight A. D., before me. Mary A. Con ners. a notary public in and for said county of Los Angeles, state of Cali fornia, residing therein, duly commis sioned and sworn, personally appeared Jno. J. Fay, Jr., and W. L- Valentine, known to me to be the President and Secretary, respectively, of the Fuller ton Oil Company, the corporation that executed the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that such corpo ration executed the same. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal in taid county, tho day and year in this certificate firr-t above writU-ii. MARY A. CONNERS. (Corporation) Notary rublic In and for Ivjs Angeles County, ftate of California. Territory of Arizona, County of Maricopa, ss. Before me, John T. Dunlap, a notary public in and for the county of Mari copa, territory of Arizona, on this day personally appeared H. I. Latham, TV. H. Nail and W. L. Valentine, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing Instru ment1, anil acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purpose and consideration therein expressed. Given under ray hand and seal of of fice, this 4th day of Felruary. A. D. 138. JOHN T. DUNLAP. I (Notarial Sea!) NoUry Fub!;-. ' My commission expires Oct. 4. 1909.