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Young grape vines in this vicinity tire Ixtarinjf finely. Last Friday night Mr. I). S. Thomas It-turned from California. A good market gardener could makt lnoney by locating at Ari.ola. Insure your hay, grain and other property with C. S. Le Baron. A lit-avy thunder shower Monday afternoon, laid the dust and cooled the ir. A wagon load of thirteen people Were out grape hunting Sunday after noon. Since the recent rains the fig trees hnd graie vines can almost be seen to grow. The CHiial is alive with suckers that were washed in from the Santa Cruz during the recent high water. Union Sabbath S-liool every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. at Casa (rande. Everyone cordially invited. Only the most chronic grumbler would find Tank with this pleasant weather. The next seaside excursion train w ill pass Ari.ola next Monday night at midnight. Those who fear the growth of Ari ?.ola have but little faith in the capa city of the country. Mrs. T. C. Carey of (His. is arranging to go east shortly to visit the World's Fair and other points of interest. Sunday night the west hound train was detained at Ari.ola half an hour by a hot. box on the tender. Mrs. S. L. Cooley of Ari.ola. went to Florence the latter part of last week, returning home Tuesday. The storm Monday damaged a little hay atthtf l'rew nioiit ranche. a stack having been opened for the baler. Hay for sale. In ten and twenty ton lots. Apply to Mr. Calvert Wil son Ari.ola. All indications are that a large area In the icinity of Aii.ola will 1h set out in almonds and olives next fall. The vineyard and orchard on the Logan it iHinn place are finely kept and veritable ne'dels in appearance. Fl-t llu"'1!' ! Too, t,f Altalf i Mav ': ; ji1.. Or. ii'n' e ou c.i:i. (ttor::t h. Mor.-e, Arloln. The first express report, made on the firs: of August, made a gratifying showing fur t he new office of Arizola. I Wanted. Fifteen :irln:i,U i,f Lcf cattle one and t wocarloads jier week Apply to lieorpe 11. Morse, Ari.ola. Mr. K. Madl.-y writM friends t hat he is at Wilmington. Ohio, when; his sod resides, and that the latter is very ill. Mr. Moore reports that, the young almond and olive trees he planted last fall are thiiviug and growing vigor ously. Ileeent rains have brought out the feed on the range In this vicinity in great abundance, and cattle are get ting fat. Lieutenant K. It. Bryan is expected to visit Ari.ola and his property in this vicinity Iwfore the month of Aug ust cloves. A new station sign has been received and put up onthedeot. It reads: "Ari.ola: Distance to San Francisco, D-D miles." The Bermuda grass sown in the park last March, was slow in sprouting, but it, is now coining up rinely and spread ing rapidly. One of the luxuries of life is to get Just t he exact cut of meat you want Just when you want it. Angulo will supply that luxury at any time. KM ray. The following described cattle have strayed upon my premises at Ari.ola. The owners are requested to prove property, pay charges and take them away; One yearling heifer, hole in right ear, crop oil from left ear. One 1-year-old steer, branded .1. I. on left hip, one-half left ear off. One 2-year-old heifer; three bits out of right ear. One yearling heifer branded O. II. on the left hip. One yearling steer; swallow cut on left ear, one bit out of right ear. One steer one yearold, branded I'. 11. on left hip, swallow cut on left ear. One heifer, tyo years old, clean cut on left ear. under cut on right ear, branded C on left hip. I). S. Thomas. Akizola, July 12, 1SM. Lodge Klrotlon. Casa (irande Lodge of Good Temp lars elected officers last Saturday eve ning, as follows: E. Lob man, V. V. C. T: Mr. IYice, W. C. T. Bessie English, . V. T. Maurice Stevens, treasurer. Maggie Megson. secretary. E. Loss, chaplain. Elmer Mayhew. marshal. (leorge A, Mauk, sentinel. Bertie Price, guard. As has heretofore been slated, there will Ik; a great deal of tree planting in the vicinity of Arizola the coming season, and the demand for nursery slock will lie heavy. Kccogni.ingtbis the Morris Nursery Co. of San Ber nardino. California, presents an adver tisement In The Oasis, calling atten tion to an extensive stock in this line. Everything that is grown may be had of this company, which refers to gen tlemen well known in this vicinity. The comnanv will contract to plant large tracts in trees of all kinds and varieties. The firm of Hunter & Day. doing business at Horse Shoe, Ouijotoa, has been dissolved, and their business and mining properties t ransferred to the Imoerial (iold Mining Co., of which Judge AV. T. Day is general manager. and Andrew Hunter superintendent. The Tucson Star states, on credible authority, that the Mammoth mine, inthiscoiinty, i to be greatly strength ened by investment of new caslern 'apit.il- -'i'd J '-' '' l'l i'-t reel u tlK'B raVhiatry. wil' be trccttd. ( tup llrport. Di.r'T fiK Aoitn t irt iiK. Wkatiikk BntKAi. Weather Crop Bulletin No. is of the J for Arizona Weat her Servic week ending lulv .'!!. ':!. i'he reiKitts (,t cuiresiMindeiji.s H- past week indicate that (he weathr r conditions which have prevailed in the different sections, have been beneficial in all respects. The rainfall during the weekjwas light: but there has been a continua tion of the good effects of the rainfall of the previous week. There has been apparently no very treat departure from the normal tem perature The weather bureau station at Yuma reports an average daily de ficiency of one degree, while ut Tucson it was almost exactly normal. The following are selected reiKTls of correspondents: Yuma, Yuma Co.: The growth of alfalfa is 'immense. Lemons, limes and oranges are developing wonder fully. Pomegranates are ripe. Colo rado river holds her own at 19 feet. A trace of rain during the week. Phonix, Maric ipa Co.: Last week was peculiarly favorable to citrus fruit. The fruit is two-thirds grown. ::nd is clean and bright. The leaves on the trees look as if they had been polished. Grapes are being shipped east by the carload. The quality is the best and the crop the largest ever produced in the valley. Frescutt. Yavapai Co.: The rain has been general and done much good. It has done some damage, ranchers in Kirklaiid' and 'Ferguson valleys los ing part of their crops by cloudbursts. All vegetation is booming this wet k. First crop of peaches on the Wing ranche is very tine. Flagstaff, Coconino Co.: Since the recent rains the potato fields are look ing tine. Pine, Gila Co.: The grass lias started nicely. Crops look well: beef getting in gotx condition. So far this is the best season in six years. Bryce. Graham ('.: GoihI rain on the night of the 21 h. All crops grow ing nicely. Ari.ola. Pinal Co.: The warm weath er following the recent rains has given everything a greatly increased and rapid growth. Young tig trees and vines are coming on finely, and young almond and olive trees seem particu larly thrifty. Third crop of alfalfa is growing very heavy and will sinui be readv to cut. St. Helena lhmche. Pima Co.: Week lias ln-en generally favorable to fruit and crops. Grass ma king a line growth, owing to warm sunshine and moisture in the air. Heavy dew on nights of 24th 2-th and 2th. No rain has fallen at this station, but fine showers fell on the :t)t h within one mile. Grass growing finely. Greaterville, Pima Co.: Grass look ing fine. Crops better. Plenty of ripe tigs: apples ripening already. Mt. lluaehuca, Cochise Co.: No rain since last report, but cloudy, doo weather, causing the grass to make rapid growth. Corn planted lieganj to come up on the fifth day after. Average temperature lower. Wm. Burrows, Director. Tivmkv, A. T. I u the Walker case, which occupied the attention of the probate court at Florence a couple of weeks, the jury returned verdict that Juana Walker is the child of the deceased J. D. Walker and Churga, likewise deceased, and that her parents were married accord ing to the tribal customs of the Pimas. The case will be appealed. Tuesday night the Tucson base ball party returning victorious from Phoe nix, passed Ari.ola on the east liound I train. All we-e i-i high spirits and 1 'urpv. .rid (! k l c vi i ybody k now Ithev wire alnti. A great deal of tree planting will be done in Southern Arizona the corning season, and nursery stock of it qual ity from nurseries of high reputation the : will be In great demand, to meet which ; the California Nursery Co.. ,iie f the inosi reliable ruiici-rns mi the Pacific (Vast iiii established a branch at Mesa City in charge of Mr. L. C. Ben nrt, general agent. All varieties of fruit and ornamental trees, sbrubliery and rose bushes will be kept in stock, and orders for any amount' will be promptly and reliably filled. Atten tion is called to the advertisement ap pearing in another column. Tuesday Mr. (I. E. Anglo began hus iuessat Casa Grande at the meat mar ket he has purchased from Mr. Quinn, and has begun the delivery of meats to outside customers, whoareall much pleased to get the prompt, careful attention for which Mr. A. is noted. Ify the way. the statement in Tub Oasis last week that this business change would take placv September 1st was in error by a month. It should have stated that the change was to occur on the first of August. Last Saturday a train passed Arizola the entire load of which was green fruit, en route from California to the east. In ls;tr, Arizola will be shipping green and dried fruits by the train low!. The acreage now planted will by that time be in full bearing, and will yield tons of fruit, and the area planted will lie largely Increased each yea r. A large number of copies of Thk Oasi are sent out each week by The Ari.ola Land & Improvement Co.. to advertise the place and Its property. Anyone receiving the paper without having subscribed may know that the copy sent them is by the Laud and Improvement Company The heads of nearly one hundred families, looking for locations in this vicinity, are in corresjiondt nee with Cue Arizola Land V Improvement Co. All signify l heir intent Ion of visiting Arizola the coming winter, and no doubi many of them will settle here. Sunday evening Messrs. Charles and liichard Forma u and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mickey of Florence, were at Casa (irande, having come down with Mrs. Pormau. their mother, who took the train for California, where she will pass the summer. The rapid growth of the grass since the rains is something remarkable. Laud in the vicinity of Arizola that three weeks ago was bare and dry. 1 now covered with bunch grass, by ac tual meusureme.nl twenty inches high. Last Thursday night Mr. T. L. Mar-, quand of Florence, who has been visit ing in Iowa a couple of months, came by t he caslern train. Me stopped at Ari.ola a day, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cooley. Sunday Felix Mayhew brought to Casa Grande a lot of grapes from two-year-old vines on Mr. Tom Davis' place, at Kenilwortn, some of the bunche of which weighed six pounds each. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Moore have word that their daughter. Miss Eda. and grandmother, Mrs. Rankin, started from Monrovia on the first of August, to go to the World's Fair. A i noon today Mr. Albert G rover had quite a time with a horse he wa about to unhitch. The animal took a sudden fright and kicked himself loose from cart and harness. The Santa Cruz is Ixuiming, the Oneida wash also, the Florence canal bank full, and there is plenty of water for everybody. Yesterday afternoon Messrs. Holmes and Goodloe. the Tucson wheelmen. p,L;-cd Aruob, retiming from t bar j trip to I'h'i nix.