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TIIE ARIZONA' REFtBLt CAN MOXD.'VY' 3IOl?NlX(i SErTEMKKR 21, 1906.'
9 1 1 1 1 i i iiiuiiiiiiiiiii I'M ; Tempe eprfMelff F. W. GRIFFEN, Manager . H1 1 1 111 1 1 It II ui,,frKM"WVW 1 1 1 1 ) FOUNTAIN PENS" We have the largest stock in town. We guarantee them, too. HARMER'S DRUG STORE Phone 171. Next Door to P.O. Tempe' NORMAL, HIGH AND PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS, CALL ON US FOR YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS WE HAVE A COMPLETE SUPPLY. LAIRD & DINES Phone LILY FOURTH ARIZONA . FAIR, PHOENIX, Nov. 9 to 14, 1903 Attractions Extraordinary. A HOME PRODUCT. 1 MANUFACTURED AT mmBBB WE STILL HAVE A BIG LINE OF SHIRT WAISTS to pick from. Read the prices as it will pay you. Regular J1.23 for 90 Regular 31.50 for 81.05 Regular 11.73 for 81.20 Regular J2.00 for S1.35 Regular $2.22 for S1.55 Regular fl.: for 81. TO Regular $3.5rt for 81.95 Don't miss these bargains. W. LUKIN CASH STORE i You Can't Show Some People; J They Won't Look I lAioou iood smo X 3dui3 T UI U33S -J3;ui jjiav ;i 'AiopuiYA r 35c PER For Eggs and we don't ask you to take it out in trade. We will pay the Cash for them. FOR SALE. 7-room -cottage with every conven ience. 50 acre ranch near town. Lowest price known. R. A. WINDES, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Brown and white Leg horns, Barred Plymouth Jiooks, R. I. Red and Black Minorca eggs for setting after Sept. 13. J1.50 for 15. C. W. ALEXANDER, Calla Dale Poultry Farm, TEMPE. ARIZ. Remember you can hear in your home at a fraction of what it would cost you at the opera, the world's masters in music. J 1.00 a week buys an Edison or Victor. G. A, GOODWIN'S NOVELTY STORE. GET ONE FOR "HER." If you want to make a present which can't be duplicated, send "Her" aDeIamothe Real Rose Hat Tin no twolnre alike. You can buy the genuine 'at FRANK LA MONT'S. A SNAP BARGAIN. DO YOU WANT IT? Forty acres, good home, well locat ed. 10, 20, 8(i and 320 acres also for Hale. A. B. TOMUNSON, Notary and Real Estate AgL TEMPE, ARIZONA. HAVE YOU NOTICED THE PICTURES we have on display in our win dow. Come in and we will tell you how you can secure one of tdem without costing you any thing. Arizona Mercantile Co. ft - 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 n 1 1 im 1 1 i CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA 231 MILK SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. TEMPE, ARIZONA Aoys jno in 2jooq DOZEN BLACKMAILER SPENCER: WAS A 1EMPE VISITOR He Spent an Afternoon Here and Left a Relic With a Former Friend. Considerable has been said in the Phoenix papers the past week about one Spencer, alius Cameron, who drop ped in there and after making an in effectual attempt to blackmail the Phoenix Chinamen, jiroceeded on to Tucson where his true record was shown up. It is not generally known however, that Spencer spent an after noon in Tempe on his way to Tucson and the circumstances of his visit here will be of interest in view of the things that have come to light about the man since he was here. A Tempe man, who under the condi tions as they now exist, wishes his name withheld from publication, made the acquaintance of Spencer in a cas ual way in New Orleans last summer. Spencer apjeared quite familiar with conditions and things In Arizona and being thrown together for some little time, he and the Tempe gentleman grew to be fairly good friends. Before they parted Spencer remarked that if he chanced to be in Tempe during the winter he would favor the Tempe man with a call. Siencer arrived here about) a week ago and promptly looked up his acquaintance. He was shown about town and was introduced to the writer. He is undoubtedly one of the most clever crooks out of jail at the present time. He speaks Knglish fluently as well as Chinese and several other lan guages. His conversation carries with it just enough foreign accent to make it attractive and he is well versed on topics of the day. He explained to the writer that he was the official Chinese court interpreter of San Jose, Cal. He is an especially affable man and makes friends readily. He expressed himself as more than pleased with Tempe and is evidently rather proud of notoriety as he requested a copy of the next morning's paper sent to him at Tucson. Having no reason to suspect that he was anything but what lie pretended to be his Tempe friend made it as pleasant for him here during his short stay as possible and upon leaving oh the evening train. Spencer insisted that his friend accept as a token of his Tef gard for him, a walking stick that he in it i-m 1 1 1 1 hi 1 1 1 1 h t 1 1 h Mil ifin i H I n 1 1 had carried all day. The Tempe man, accepted it with a little reluctance but from now on will keep it as a momento cif a very, unusual experience. After coming into possession of the walking stick, the new owner discovered that it was really more than what it ap peared. The handle came loose from the rest of the stick and carried with it a dagger a little less than a foot long and as sharp as a razor.. It may be remembered that a Phoenix paper made the statement that Spencer ha bitually carried with him this weapon. ; Accordingly to published accounts of his career Spencer is undoubtedly a bad man. but he is nevertheless a smooth and clever operator and man ages to conceal his true character in an easy manner. Needless to say. If he ever returns to Tempe he will find that the friendship of his acquaintance here has waned somewhat. Eartlett pear at the Kloss Ranch. VAUDEVILLE ACTS AT OPERA HOUSE The Attraction at the Opera House Wednesday Ivening of This Week. Alanager Goodwin of the Goodwin ; opera house announces that for one night only this week, Wednesday the 2:frd, he has secured Miss Adelaide Knight, Mr. Russell Lee Barrett and eompany of the Orpheum Vaudeville circuit, presenting acts, both comedy and sensational. Miss Knight and Mr. Barrett Were featured last week at the Ainlome theater in Phoenix in their novel western act. "The Girl and the Sheriff." This uct will be put.on here Wednesday evening with others of eiial merit. The prices will be 23, 33 and 50 cents and reserved suats may be secured at the Goodwin store. Regular 12 and 15c ginghams In all colors for liic per yard. Lukin Cash store. Those Interested Should See Prof. Scudder or John Hyder. For some, time past there has been more or less talk here of organizing a night school during the winter months. Such a school was operated here some four vears ago under the management of Prof. Scudder and met with gratifying success. It was well attended and much good work was done. It is proposed to conduct the school this winter on plans similar to those used in the former instance. Such a school will no doubt be of much benefit to many here who are desirous of taking up work and who are unable to attend school in theday tlmeT "Any one Interested In the matter should see either John Hyder or Prof. Scudder and talk the matter over with them. If looking for bargains go to the Lu kin's Cash store. CANAL MEETING. L. E. Pafford. secretary of the Tem pe Canal company, has Issued the fol lowing notice to stockholders. "The regular annual meeting of the share holders of the Tempe Irrigating Canal company wil be held In the I. O. O. F. hall on Saturday. September 26th at 10 a. m. for the purpose of electing a board of directors and the transaction of such other business as shall prop erly' come before the meeting." For Sate. Bartlett pears. 2'iets.. at ranch, 3 cts., in town. Chas. Berken kamp. Finch anil Carr, undertakers and em- balmers. Tempe, Phones, 131 Finch; and 179, Carr. BAND CONCERT. The first regular concert of the band since It resumed work after the sum mer vncation, was given Saturday evening and attracted a large crowd. The band has made excellent progress since . work was again resumed and a good grade of music is now being played. Miss Laura Schmidt has opened a studio at her home on east Eighth St where she is now ready to give in structions in piano. ENTERTAINED AT CARDS. The Misses Laura and Irma Schmidt entertained at cards Saturday evening in honor of Clarence Keebk-r who is shortly to leave for Washington. Five hundred was played. Light refresh ments were served and all present re part a most enjoyable time. The largest line of blankets on the southside at Lukin's Cash store. NEWS NOTES. J. B. Cook, superintendent of the Pacific Creamery, returned yesterday morning from a business trip to Los Angeles. i nit i t in u i I'M-1 1 in 1 1 n . SPECIAL TODAY.. T Strawberry lee Cream and I j. urange. snerDet. J Easterwoodsl is i unii mn h mini 1 1 Canned Kraut -Tamales Lobster and ... Shrimp ' . the finest ever PARRY'S ; Dudley Windes Is visiting his., par ents. He has for some time past been working with a surveying party at Ke&ms Canyon. Paul Krueger, secretary of the Tur key Track Cattle company, has re turned from a business trip to the Southern part pt the. territory. Miss Georgia Quinn has been ap pointed teacher, of the Ron rig school for the ensuing term. The school will ppen one week from today. ' Winnie Rosenberger is spending a few days here. CAPTAIN SELECTED. The firemen,at their business meet ing, the other night,. appointed B. H. Spain as captain of the hose team that will participate in the contests at the fair. Mr. Spain proposes to select his men. for the team according to their worth and before the team has been fully decided upon there will be sever al preliminary tests made. ELECTRIC REGISTER ; TO HANDIE THE CASH Ford Hotel Cafe Has the Latest Thing Made For Counting Money. If anybody doubts the prosperity of this valley he should take a look around town at the modern devices that are being installed by business men generally to save time and mul tiply conveniences. Even the old fashioned memods of raking In mon ey and keeping track of it have be come obsolete and too slow for this wide awake community. Time is too precious in some quarters to be wast ed even in opening money drawers In the old fashioned way and keep ing track of the business transactions. The very latest device of this sort to reach the city Is an electric cash register of the mott improved design, made by the National Cash Register company and installed In the Ford Hotel cafe. It is a stock keeper, a printing press and writing machine combined In one. It is more than that. It is a veritable banking house having about all the departments re quired to operate . a trust company, except there is no vault to keep the bonds in and every compartment is entirely separate from the others. The register is much larger than most of the older models in use here and cost between J300 and 1600. It is mounted on a handsome niahogony cabinet in which are separate drawers for each employe and as many may be provided and attached to the me rtianism as the owner chooses to have. All the recording apparatus is attached to as many drawers as desired, as also are all the denomina tional money keys. Whatever em ploye is on duty by the operation of his private key switches the mechan ism to his particular drawer. When another succeeds him another switch is made and no one, not even the proprietor, can get into his drawer without the key. Each drawer has a total column so the employe can determine if there is an irregularity in his own work. There is another device to which the proprietor with I his key has access that shows . the ! grand total ' of the transactions of each and all the employes. If it is desired to so equip it the machine will issue a receipt to each customer for each sale made, these sometimes being used for prize draw ings. There are devices also for re cording the character of sales, up to an almost unlimited number. That Is a machine may be made large enough if desired, to record each sale in all the different lines in an ordinary mercantile house. Supposing it be a wet goods emporium it will record how many individual drinks, how many quarts, -pints, lunches or the number in any other "specified line, are disposed of. The machine is op erated by a small electric motor, though the motor may be detached and the machine operated with a crank as in the older models. The motor is used only because the ma chinery is of such quantity that hand operation would be rather slow and laborious compared to the simple touching of a button, when the draw er opens instantly and without effort on the part of the operator. Messrs. Williams and Haffner propose to keep up with the procession and if they can't take in the money fast enough with electric machinery they will in stall a steam dredge and handle it by the bucketful. ; O , NOTICE, STOCKMEN AND FARM ERS. We have about 800 good black face March lambs for sale. Would like to see them fattened on alfalfa pastures. GOSNEY & ODELL. Flagstaff, Ariz. 9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Henry L- Shirk, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, Administrator of the Estate of Henry L- Shirk, deceased, to the-credl-tors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said J. H. Langston, Administrator at the office of Pluney and Langston, In the Crelghton Bldg, N. 1st Ave., City of Phoenix, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. " v J. H. Langston, Administrator of the Estate of Henry K. Shirk, deceased. Dated this 25th day of August, 1908. It la Crystallized Cactus Candy, That make the warld seem bright. Then keep a box handy Of Crystallized Canoy To keep you feeling right And if there is a girl expecting That yea will call tonight, If you want a kin that Is brim full of bliss, get A package of Crystallized Candy .., .. At . Donaf rioa. , . THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, . J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Carner Broaaway a Canter. : x ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Garter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of ee Facsimile Wrapper Below. Tery eaull amd as eeey to take as ngmx. F01 HEADACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR I1U0USIESS. . FOX TOBf ID IJYE. FOR C0MSTIPAT10I. FOR SALLOW SKII. FOR THECOMPLEXIOR cS I nrer TefetaMa, CURE SICK HEADACHE NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF THE APPRO PRIATORS' CANAL COMPANY. Notice is hereby given that the reg ular annual meeting of the stockhold ers of tht Appropriators' Canal com pany will be held at Melczer Hall on October 5th, 1908, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock P. M., for the election of a board of five directors to serve for the ensuing year or until their successors are duly elected and qualified and for :he transaction of such other business as may legally come before the meet ing. By order of the Board of Dif.viors. JOHN P. ORME. NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that a Gen eral Primary Election will be held in the County of Maricopa, Territory of 'Arizona, on the 26th day. of Septem ber, 1908, between the hours ot S o'clock A. M. and 5 o'clock P. M., foi the purpose of electing delegates to a Democratic Convention, and to a Re publican Convention, and to a Social ist Convention, to be held in the City of Phoenix on the 6th day of October, 1908, at which conventions nomina tions will be made for Legislative, i County and Precinct officers. I Said Democratic. Republican and 'Socialist parties shall hold their pri jmary elections at the time aforesaid and in the following precincts and vot ing places, viz; Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 1 at 33 East Adams street, j Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 2 at room on Second avenue. Ford Ho 'tel. J " Phoenix precinct, voting place No. J at office of J. T. Dunlap, 19 South First avenue. Phoenix precinct, voting place No. 4 at 25 and 27 South Center street, Com mercial Hotel. j Crelghton precinct, voting place at ureignton scnooinouse, jjisinci it. Murphy precinct, voting place at Murphy schoolhouse. District No. 21. Heard precinct, voting place at Heard schoolhouse, District No. ii. Tempe precinct, voting place at Curry Hall. Mesa precinct No. 1, voting place at City Hall. Mesa precinct No, 2. Granite Reef, 'voting place at schoolhouse. Lehl precinct, voting place at school : house, District No. 10. Alma precinct, voting place at schoolhouse. District No. 19. Wlckenburg precinct, voting place :No. 1 at Justice court room. Wlckenburg precinct, voting place No. 2 at Morrlstown, Cox's Hotel. Agua Callente precinct, voting place at Lund's store. Cave Creek precinct, voting place at J. D. Houck's store. McDowell precinct, voting place at McDowell schoolhouse. Meridian precinct, voting place at Meridian schoolhouse. , Riverslde precinct, voting place at Riverside schoolhouse. Alhambra precinct, voting place at store building. Isaac precinct, voting place at Isaac schoclhouse. Oshorn precinct, voting place at Os- n schoolhouse Cartwright precinct, voting place at Cartwright schoolhouse. Orme precinct, voting place at West End scholhouse. . Buckeye precinct, voting place No. 1 at Justice court room. Buckeye precinct, voting place No. 2 at Liberty, J. G. Schweikarfs s. re, Buckeye precinct, voting place No. 3 at Arlington, store building. Fowler precinct, voting place at Fowler schoolhouse. Scoltsdale precinct, voting place at schoolhouse. District No. 43. Gila Bend precinct, voting placa at schoolhouse. District No. 24. Glendale precinct, voting place No. 1 at schoolhouse. Glendale precinct, voting placs No. 2 at Peoria schoolhouse. No. 11. The number of delegates to be elect ed by the Democratic party are as fol lows: Phoenix No. 1 15 Phoenix No. 2 14 Phoenix No. 3 11 Phoenix No. 4 12 Crelghton 3 Murphy 3 Heard 1 Tempe 11 Mesa, Precinct No. 1 11 Mesa, Precinct No. 2, Granite Reef. 1 Lehl 2 Alma Wlckenburg No. 1 4 Wickenburg No. 2. Morristown .... 1 Agua Caliente. 2 Cave Creek 2 Riverside 1 McDowell 1 Meridian 2 Ainambra i isaac Osborn Cartwright t Orme 3 Johnstone ; 1 CARTERS 1H5F Buckeye No. 1 Buckeye No. 2, Liberty 2 Buckeye No. 3, Arlington 1 Fowler , Seottsdale 1 Gila Bend 1 Glendale No. 1 2 Glendale No. 2, Peoria 1 ,Tota 135 The number of delegates to be elect ed b' the Republican party are as fol lows- Phoenix No. 1 10 Phoenix No. 2 10 Phoenix No. 3 Phoenix No. 4 Crelghton , -2 Murphy ,.. , 2 Heard 1 Tempe , 7 Mesa No. 1 C Mesa No. 2, Granite Reef , 1 Alma 2 Lehi 1 Wickenburg No. l 2 Wlckenburg No. 2, Morrlstown .... 1 Auge Callente 1 Cave Creek .'... 1 Glendale No. 1 2 Glendale No. 2, Peoria 1 Isaac , 2 McDowell 1 Meridian 2 Riverside 1 Alhambra 2 Osborn 4 Cartwright 1 Orme 1 Johnstone 1 Buckeye Precinct No. 1 3 Buckeye Precinct No- 2. Liberty .., 2 Buckeye precinct No. 3, Arlington. 2 Fowler 2 Seottsdale 1 Gila Bend 1 Total 1 94 The number of delegates to be elect ed by the Socialist party are as fol lows: Phoenix No. 1 2 Phoenix No. 2 2 Phoenix No. 3 2 Phoenix No. 4 2 Total 8 The election officers for the primary election shall be as follows: DEMOCRATIC Phoenix No. 1 W. B. Lount, In spector; Geo. Bellas and M. J. Pettid, ludgea ;and Frank Loveitt and Sid Goldman, clerks. Phoenix No. 2 H. H. McNeil, in spector; A. D. Leyhe and S. P. Hoefer. judges; and Sid Orborn and P. P. Parker, clerks. Phoenix No. 3 J. T. DunTap, In spector; Andrew Toman and Eugene Hackett, judges; and W. D.Bell and Sims Byers, clerks. Phoenix No. 4 A. H. Davidson, in spector; W. T. Smith) and W. W. Kun kle, judges, and Jos. Bush and Joe Mo rales, clerks. Crelghton T. T. Powers, Inspector; W. J. Osborn and Wm. F. Mathers. Judges; and Chas. Fauley and Wm. Munch, clerks. Murphy W. E. Williams, Inspector; W. P. Hughes and W. W. Bradshaw, Judges ;and M. D. Novinger and John Bradshaw, clerks. Heard Sam Probst, inspector; C. W. Cosner and Joseph Lovell, Judgss; and W. R. Roberts and R. H. Woolf, clerks. , Tempe A. Neilson, Inspector; L. E. Redden and S. S. Warner, judges; and C. W. Miller and Z. M- FrlzzelL clerks. Mesa No. 1 W. J. LeBaron, In spector; Fred Maler and H. Lv Chand ler, judges; and James Miller and Joe Noble, clerks. Mesa No. 2, Granite Reef W. A. Macdonald, inspector; Eernest Crismon and F. Pomeroy, judges and clerks. Lehl Harvey Harper, inspector; Wm. Nelson and T. E. Jones, judges; and George Rogers and T. W. Jones, plerks. Alma A. Hunsaker, Inspector; C. (5. Pugh and Jos. A. Stewart, judges; and Orrin L. Standage and R. W. Westover. clerks. Wickenburg Mo. 1 H. W. Baxter, inspector; John Rlggs and J. K. Mur phy judges; and Felipe Garcia and I. B. Wood, clerks. Wickenburg N. 2, Morristown Sam Rodgers, Inspector; Thomas Crooks and Swan Nelson, judges; and Andy Selene and Wm. Barnes, clerks. AGUA Caliente Andrew Pancrazi, inspector; John W. Cameron and Wal ter Lund, judges; and R. H. Louder milk and Jos. Caswell, clerks. Cave Creek Ed Howard, Inspector; W. T. Linville and C. E. Philes, judges; and W. H. Linville and W. F. Lewis, clerks. Isaac S. J. Roach, Inspector; Rob ert Jackson and Thos. Walker, judges; and John Casey and Wm. Rice, clerks. McDowell Frank Asher, Inspector; Refugio Ochoa and Rafael Sola, judges; Jose Burlan and Bear, clerks. Meridian Dan Martin, inspector; James Gilson and N. W. Haggard, judges; J. R- Holmes and Sam Webb, clerks. Riverside Wm. Wallace, Inspector; O. Sttckly and Hugh Mclntyre, judges; Peter Pezzonl and W. E. Clark, clerks. Alhambra R. Hill, inspector; L. M. Acuff and Geo. Brewster, judges; IL Renaud and John Wright, clerks. - Osborn Lon TeaL inspector; J. W. Vaughan and L. B. Morrell, Judges; Joseph Geare and Jesse Hedgeiicth, clerks. Cartwright J. F. Doyle, Inspector;' R. C. Shlflet: and J. A. Vinson, ludees: P. T. Gardiner and Horace Ellison, clerks. I firm. Hinrr XPeUvM-n Inttneetnr: Charles Pendergast and Floyd Smith,! Judges; Joe Klmber and Hosea Grenhaw, clerks. Johnstone Sam S. Stout, Inspector; Dan Kinney and West Walker, judges; M. T. Flynn and James E. Bacon, clerks. Buckeye No, 1 T. N. Clauton, In spector; Riley Johnston and C. M. Zander, judges; Phil Moore and Frank Couch, clerks. Buckeye No. 2, Liberty Edward Brewster, inspector; A. F. Lafferty and W. R. Beloat, Judges; Fred Walls and June Brewster, clerks. Buckeye No. 3, Arlington C. W. Peterson, inspector; Geo. F. Cocke, judge and clerk. Fowler J. M. Harmon, Inspector; James Ivy and J. J. Harris, Judges; Harry Hilbers and L L. Jackson, clerks. Seottsdale T. Phllben, Inspector; Wilford Hayden.and H. L. Underhill. judges; W. A. Pankinn and Claud Marlar, clerks. Gila Bend H. C. Miller. Inspector; W. T. 'M llliams and 8. L. Combs, judges and clerks. Glendale No.,1 Waltea Kimber, in- jspector; J. H. Coffelt and J. B. .Roach, Judges; Chas. Barkley and If a Moore, clerks. Glendale No. 2, Peoria W. A. Hood, Inspector; F. A. Woolsey and A. J. Straw. Judges: R. W. Wagner and John W. Lively, clerks. REPUBLICAN. Phoenix No. I E. W. Potter, in spector; L. J. Rice and P. C. Ensgn. Judges; George Kirkland and Clar ence Barnett, clerks. Phoenix No. 2 Roy S. Goodrich, Inspector; H. A. Diehl and N. A, Morford, Judges; J. M. Jamison and W. H. Black, clerks Phoenix No. 3 C. W. Johnstone, inspector; C. S. Blaine and B. E. Marks, judges; P. K. Hickey and and James Matthews, clerks. Pboenlx No. 4. C. M. Sturgee, in spector; J. A. Johnson and E. E. Kirkland, judges; J. M. Melendrez and Earl Moss, clerks. Crelghton C. M. Etter, inspector; Wm Crelghton and H. H. Creighton, Judges; Thomas Etter and Roy Clay son, clerks. Murphy F. H. Parker, inspector; C. E. Justis and J. M. Hall, Judges: H. A. Bustrim and Ernest Hall, clerks. Tempe J. B. Mullen, Inspector; I. V. Stewart and Samuel Brown. judges; J. B. McNeil and Chas. P. Mullen, clerks. Mesa No. 1 Ben Noble, Inpsector; Dan Hibbert and P. A. Williams, Judges; G. M. Fryer and Clarence Baldwin, clerks. Mesa No. 2, Granite Reef Hector Gillis, inspector. Judges, clerks. Alma E. E. Lewis, inspector; J. L Coffin and Lafayette Dana, judges; Louis Cuber and George Allison, clerks. Lehi R. W. SImpklns, Inspector; H. Simpkins and Thos. Byers, Judges; Milo Shill and Thomas Steele, plerks. Wickenburg No. 1 H. Harmsworth, inspector; H. Cowell and J. C. Reed, judges; Dr. J. J. Fleming and Chas. Meller, Jr., clerks. Wickenburg No. 2 H. N. Cox, In spector, Judges, clerks. Cave Creek T. C. Houck, Inspec tor; J. D. Houck and E. P. McCor mick. Judges; A. C. Wernden and Sam M. Taylor, clerks. Glendale No. 1 A. W. Bennett, in spector; S. O. Furrey and S. W. John, judges; Roy Wiegold and Paul Beaver, clerks. 1 Glendale No. 2, Peoria II. C. Mann, inspector; H. F. Bartlett and G. W. Walters, judges; W. J. Osborn. clerk. Meridian George Washington, Sr., inspector; George Washington, Jr., and Otis Amator, Judges; Fred Ama tor and Burt Amator, clerks. Riverside John Nelson, inspector; Peter Nelson and George McLellan, judges; Charles McLellan and Oscar Roberts, clerks. Alhambra Ray Isaac, Inspector; George Helm and Thomas McAvoy, judges; Alfred Crabb and Elliot Ev ans, clerks. . Osborn George Alkire, Inspector; A. W. Gregg and Victor Norrls, judges; H. R. Tritle and Ernest Ben nett, clerks, Cartwight C. E. Cartwright, In spector; Asa Graham and C. T. Root, judges; A. E. Cartwright and R. R. Root, clerks. Johnstone J. G. Hardin, inspector; G. L. Sturges and Wm. Grier. Judges; Wm. Etter and Jos. Grier. clerks. Buckeye No. 1 W. W. Jones, In spector; W. B. Long and Walter Jones, judges; J. R. Gibson and Ed Kell clerks. Buckeye No. 2, Liberty W. R. Blackmer. Inspector; Wm. McDonald and Dan Dawson, judges; George Har rer and Carter Hazelton. clerks. Buckeye No. 3, Arlington John B. Montgomery, inspector; J. G. Mont gomery and John Henry, judges; C. G. Deming. clerk. Seottsdale WInfleld Scott, inspector: V. A- Vanderhoof and EL O. Brown, judges; Percy Smith, clerk. Gila Bend James Coyle, Inspector; John Anderson, judge, clerk. Fowler L. E. Graham, Inspector; Frank Creswell and G. H. Newton, judges; Ed Conger and Harry Cres well, clerks. Isaac Alfred Crabb, Inspector; Wm. Lossing and Xd Graham, judges; Oli ver Isaac and J. E- Ranton, clerks. Heard Inspector, judges, clerks. SOCIALIST. Phoenix No. 1 J. M. Flke inspect or; J. D. Martin and Peter Mohn, judges; Charles Schendler and J. F. Spence, clerks. Phoenix No. 2 F. A. Shaw, Inspect or; Geo. Newsholme and August Hag eland, Judges; E. S. Gauthrop and M. M. Elder, clerks. Phoenix No. 3 Dr. G. S. Reed. In spector; J. C. Shepardson and W. C. VanNess, Judges; Chas. Erickson and E. L. Straw, clerks. Phoenix No. 4 John Earl, Inspect or; J. A. Fulwiier and A. L. Strait, judges; J. L. Fulwiier and Geo. Wool dridge. clerks. The democratic convention shall be held at 10 o'clock a. m., on the 6th day of October, 1908, at Phoenix, In the Olympic theater The republican convention shall be held at 10 o'clock a. m., on the 6th day of October, 1908, at Phoenix, In O'Neill hall. The socialist convention shall be held at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the 6th day of October, 1908, at Phoenix, in room D, Valley Bank building. Said conventions shall each nominate candidates for: 1 Member Council, 4 Members House Representatives. Sheriff, District Attorney. Treasurer. Recorder, Probate Judge, County Superintendent of Schools. 2 Supervisors, Surveyor, 1 Justices of Peace for various pre cincts. Constables for various precincts. Each of said political parties shall hold primary elections on the same day, as heretofore stated, and In the same room. In accordance with Chap etr 68 of the Session Laws of the Twenty-third Legislative Assembly of the territory of Arizona, entitled "An Act to Provide for Primary Elections and the manner of holding the same. approved 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, Maricopa county .Arizona. (Seal WM. E THOMAS, Clerk Board of Supervisors, Maricopa county, Ar'zona. 1 Dated at Phoenix, rlxona, August 18. 190S. ,