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TOWN IZ-I ; NTY, Try !randpas wonder soap for sale by A iroer. Insure ycnir hay, grain and (it her jiriK-rt.v with C. S. L Karon. Mr. :i Mrs. V. J. Lane;h.nie have returned from Mexico, and are again at Wed Hock. Mr. (i. II. Jiarnhart lias lieen ap jtointed agent In l'inal county for the Mammoth Mining Co. May for sale. In ton and tv.cnty ton lots. Apply to Mr. Calvert Wil non Arlola, Next Sunday Hov. II. A. Thompson will hold Divine service in the school house at Ari.ola at :t o'clock r. m. Union Salihath School every Sunday morning at J' (('clock, at 'asa (irande. Everyone cordially invited. Tuesday evening of last week o little vliild of M. Montanyo died at Mam-j moth, and was buried Wednesday. Last Saturday a number of Casa jicople went to Florence to attend the celebration of Mexican independence. Yesterday Messrs. William 'avinos and John Thy of Florence, were at Ari.olawilh -ome freight for Doctor 1 tarry. The San I'eJro Cattle Co. lias or dered its cattle all cold as fast as buy ers can be found, and will go out of business. At the target shooting at the picnic last Saturday, Miss Maggie Mcgson made the l'st score, hitting the bull's eye twice in succession. Mr. Ceorgc Scott of Dudley ville has gone on a prospecting trip in the mountains beyond the (ilia. Mrs. S. is visiting in Sail Francisco. Last week Mr. Ccorge A. Smart re turned from Chicago and the Expo sition, and is again in cha rue f affairs at the Logan & Dunn place. The Morris Nursery Co. of San I'.er- nardino. California, has laid Thk Oasis under obligations for several copies of Its latest catalogue. At. Mammoth Tuesday of last week, Mrs. John Knudson was taken very 111, and on Wednesday her husband took her to Tucson for medical treatment. Mr. Osborne, a locomotive engineer, ruming eastward from Tucson, has Ihvu visiting at Ari.ola several days past, the guest of Mr. i. W. Saunders. Mr. J. I!. Iirown. who has a ImukIdii Jesse lirown's mine in I'.ox Canyon, above Florence, will erect, a hoist to facilitate the work of developing the mine. Last Saturday General and Mrs. IJoyal A. Johnson and thuir daughter, Miss Emma, who have been rusticat ing at Oracle farm, returned home to Tucson. Hrverend I. T. Whitteniore of Flor ence, is expected home from the east wilh Mrs. AVhitteiiiore, and the re sumption of service is announced for n-xt Sunday. A Sail Hcrnantiuo cattle buyer was on the San Pedro and' in the Santa Catalina's.' hist week, looking for fat beeves, lie found plenty of the very tinest kind over in that region. The World's Fair edition of the Ari zona Gacttc is at hand. It isa splen diid number which in range and vari ety of dex'n'pt ive matter dors full jus tice to every county in the territory. This morning Messrs. Maurice. Ste vens of Ari.ola, and .lames Megson of Casa Grande, went on a hunt ing excur sion which will be extended 1 hrough several days. They will visit the res ervoir, for lucks, and the big pigeon root iM'lwern Toltcc and Picaclio. Application for a Krrrlvrr. The movement for regulation of the Florence canal in t he interest of water consumers assumed fnrrn last week in a suit in t he dist rict court, for appoint ment of a receiver to collect all water rentals and apply t he funds to repair and maintenance of the canal. The tltlo of the cause is Thomas C. Gra ham vs. Florence Canal Co. Mr. Gra ham representing the Farmer's Pro tective Association. Judge Summers Is attorney for plaint IlT. It is stated that Judge S. went to Tucson early this week to argue the motion liefore Judge House, in chambers, and t hat his honor now has the case under advisement. Hange cattle in the Santa Catalinas and on the San Pedro are now In prime condition for butchering. At Dudley vllle last week the writer saw a range feil recf butchered that would compare favorably with any corn-fed steer that was ever put on Hit? market from Kan sas or Missouri. The beef was tine, fat, juicy and tender, and would have com manded a gilt-edged price In any met ropolitan market. The animal was butchered at the ranche of Mr. II. II. Young. Near Dudleyville. on the San Pedro, Mr. George Scott has a tine orchard well worthy of remark. The trees are mostly peach and apple, which bear fruit of very fine quality and fla vor and large In si.e. His orchard Is protected on all sides by a windbreak of large cotton vood t rees, which shel ter the trees from the cold winds which at that altitude prevail in win ter, and from the hot blasts of sum mer. The recent high water in the San Pedro washed away the dwelling, sta hies, corral, etc., on the ranche of Mr. W.J. Selleck, near Dudleyville, and he has just completed new structures to replace them. The new buildings are on higher ground, near the hills beyond the reach of future floods. Alnive DuUleyvile, on tne an re- dro. Messrs. Lucius and Oliver Swin gle and P. Young are engaged in re pairing the headgate of the ditch that irrigates their ranches, which was washed out by the late high water. They are also preparing t o put in crops the coming season. Misses Marv Whiteand Jennie Hum- burg of Tempo, have been visiting on the San Pedro, the guests of the fain ily of Mrs. George Scott of Dudley ville. They have been there a couple of weeks, but expect to return home the latter part of the present week. Mr. Hobert P.rannaman. who had been working at Mammoth, has re tinned to his ranche. on the Gila, six milesabovc Hiverside, has cleaned out his ditch, repaired the headgate, and is preparing to make a crop the com ing season. Sunday morning Mr. II. C. Saunder arrived at Ari.ola from Des Moines Jowa. The gentleman Is a brother of Mr. G. W. Saunders, and comes as tin avaunt courier of quite a company coming from Iowa ta settle at Ari.ola Last Saturday Mrs. A. G. Williams of Casa (irande. returned from Tempo w here sh" 1i;mI been a number of week and v. in e in 're was prosir.ncu n a very severe illness. She returnee, however, fully restored to health. Last Saturday afternoon the Casa Grande lodge of Good Templars had a very enjoyable picnic in a grove about two miles west oi' the town. There was a large crowd present and all en joyed themselves greatly. Mr. George Morse of Ari.ola, is the tirst victim of the new "anti-fence dist rict "at Florence, having last, Sat urday received notice that a cow with his brand was impounded ut thai place. In a gnat meruit thicket about half way between Tolter and Picaclio t he t wo stat ions next east of Ari.ola. is an immense pigeon roost, w here vast iiumlx-rs of Ihese birds night Iy congre gate. Friday evening of la!, week Thk Oasis man passed through the this thicket alKiut sunset, and there seemed millions of them. It would be a gi eat place for a pot-hunter. Monday next Doctor Larry w ill take possession, under his lease, of the Ari zola hotel, and get the work of prepa ration for opening on the tirst of Oc tober. The new sanitarium is already attracting much attention among all who patronize such institut ions, and is no doubt that it will be largely pat ronized from the very day it is started. There isa finechaiice for investment it Arizola in building a number of cot tages for rent. Several families who are coming for the benefits of the san itarium have signified a desire to rent ottages, and homeseekers have writ ten for houses to rent while they are building houses for themselves. Mr. L. S. iSutlcr, railroad agent at Casa (irande, will take a leave of ab sence and start for the east this week or next, and will visit the World's Fair and his old home in New York. In his absence his place will be tilled by Mr. Halph P.onner of Sentinel. Heavis, "the claimant,'' has sold someone in ciuo, uimorn a, 111s al leged title to a couple of sect ions of land on the desert southeast of Mari- copa. and tne necu v;i recoroeu ai orence last, week. The land Is val ueless as the title conveyed. Judge C. M. Marshall and family, who have been visiting in Southern California through the heated term are expected to return home to Casa (irande in the course of the next week They will be gladly welcomed by their numerous friends. "Water is beginning to run low in the mountain wells, and stockmen arc beginning to w ish for winter rains and snow, the source of supplv. the wa ter that falls during the copious sum mer rains all runs away too quickly to reach the wells. A Pinal county lady visiting the World's Fair writes friends that she went to the Arizona building and saw the Arizona display, consisting of four Navajo blankets and a number of cop ies of TnE Oasis for free distribution Casa Grande lodge of Good Temp lars will initiate one or two neophytes Saturday nik'ht. and preparatory to having the Job done up brown, the lodge goat is being exercised and put through his paces. The latter part of last week Mr. E (). Strattou visited.Tucson to meet, : a cattle buyer and arrange for sale o some of the fat beef cattle from hi ranches in the Santa Catalinas and on the San Pedro. Miss Ida Saunders has been selected to teach the school at Arizola, and ar rived Monday night to take charge when the term begins, which will all probability be 011 the tirst Monday in October. Miss Florence Heed of Casa Grandi who has been visit ing in Philadelphia, is now returning home, and is at pres ent visiting the World's Fair, She w ill be at home in thecourse of a short t ime. Monday t lie board of supervisors of l'inal county was in session nt Flor ence and turned the assessment roll over ,to the tax collector. Walk up and pay your taxes. Sunday Mr. H. A. Wilson, employed on the Logan & Dunn ranche. was summoned to Tucson, to the bedside of his sister, wjio was reported at the point of death. . (mkmI l(iiin- Miortiiiilly. The many visitors who will put in the coining winter at the Ari.ola sani tarium will wish to make frequent trips to the ruins, the Indian villages, the s-aeaton Indian agency and school, the ron-rvoir and other points of interest, in the vicinity. This will en-ate quite a demand for teams and vehicles, and souk; enterprising man can make a lit tle money by establishing a corral and livery establishment to cater tot hi public want that will soon be felt. The Florence stage too would add very greatly to its revenue by coming via. Ari.ola. The distance would be no greater, there are already quite a num ber here who occasionally have to go to the county seat, and there will oon be very many more, hy coming via. vri.ola-the stage would get all such fares, Under present arrangements someone else gets thern. In no very great time they will be of sutllcient consequence to justify someone in es tablishing a line from Arizola to Flor" nc direct, which would take much of the travel the stage now enjoys. The Oasis most politely lifts its hat in recognition of recent handsome ompliments from the Arizona Hepub- lican, Arizona Gazette, and Graham County P.ulletin. In the Mammoth road district Itoad Overseer Janes Malley lias (tone a great deal of work on the roads of late and is rapidly putting them in fine condition. NUHSEHIES. JOHN SS. CAiKlNH- OLIVE NURSERIES. Pomona, Los Angeles Co., (.aliform. Olive Culture I it California" nulled frei any address. Costists. New Method of PropaRatihi; OUt Treas. The Aire to Transplant. Transplant Time id Transplant. Pruning. How Far Apart to Plant, Climate. Treaa. Size, I.oniioYity and Product Wene: of OI1t Irrigation. (live Tree for Aremies. Inwt Pests. ... Olive Oil. (Produced and Imported. The QunntitT of Ttnmestic and Foreign Oil ield of Oil of IMfferont Varieties. Csesof Olive Oil. Pickled Olives. Met hods of PIckllnR Olivet. Varieties. Characteristics of Three I.padin arletls lleturns lieeeived from Olive Treet. The Outlook for the Industry onthii Coast S00 Acres. Incorporated 14 Urn ncli Off). Calilornia Nursery Co. Of Mies, Alameda county, California. Mesa, - . - Arizona. I,. T. lilC JNiTSsUC'r, Oco.AK't The only Nursvry carrying acompletestock of Fruit andOrmuiuiital Trees, Shrubbery and tel. We permit nocompetltion In prices or quality tif our stock. Prices and l'aulouo on appli cation at this elllce. TREES. POMONA NURSERY (ntablishcd HOWI.ANO HUOS., Proirletor. 4 UTUrs AM) lUA'lPl Ol-s KKl IT TKEta". Olive Trees a Specialty I.OCATF.II At Noiitii Povosa. 2' : Miles North of City of Pomona. Office in the I iit N;tt lona! Hunk Kuildii;, PoiiosA, .-- - California.