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THE CASA GRANDE VALLEY.
information for Thosa Socking Homes In ths Gar-Jen Spot of the West. Ptnal coitP.fv vr.s orr.tnizc-J in l-; from pf.rtinns f Pi'ntt, i,T;rtci' nv: Yavapai cuiintU's, 3uni cfHiiiihis a.i an -ft "1'o.tii;ire niiios, or -U'vV-O uers, cmo-tiiiivl of whi'h couWl ho ir.;i!o proiun-i ivo :y u sy,t';nai .c utoi'i'te of the surplus water nmv rmniinjf to wusto. i'.ext to Muritovja it U thu n'ust un- rortant ariouliurul comity in tin- Territory, tit travprsfvl from east to miu by the Southern I'aciiio rutlmau, aiid a branch of the srreat Sant.i Fe system il- now approach ing fi'Hin the north. Theobjtvt.vr point of this rand is a connection with tht rvtnoru rotitl, f the stum system. The Southern Paeiilc is also ttuiulin? in this tiireetion from TeiH?,uud it is oaiilratly belie vtM tlisit wrk will Hot cense until the lUnv Crvek onl fields lire reached and eonneetion is made with another branch of that road run niii? from Howie to Ulobo ami now complet ed to Fo-t Thomas. Thus it will ha r.en that Pinal county is tho theater of railroad build in;:; at the pres ent time, ana t?inde of aypar Florence, the county seat, wtil be X KAILIIOAD CEXTSI1. At present it contains a population "of n'mi.t 1 :;..), Imt with the enmpttnioii of thoe tvo railroads and thai JJntte reservoir no city ii Ariiiimaean approach it for natural advantage ,f auiX a btre iuerease in popula tion will ;il(iw. i- lortfuce is at an eWation of lv.i feet alive sea level, situated nar the Gila river, t weuty--ix miles norlhv est of the railroad station of Ca-sa Grange, with whir h it is conntHteJ by an elegantly equipped dully sta;o line. Goins (v.:d coining stages run by the old Cusa Grande rv.ias. unci Ptt.-wentrors are allowed a short t'nia to in s;wct th.M:. There are many handsome pri vate r?Ue-ire.i iw FIoifciie, several bra a 8lor-s, g'oo-i hotel, p.a excellent praded school etnpioittir four teat-hers, churches sret sot ieiics, a Conur-ereial Club, a newu- I m per (t he only one in the county), and the landssonest court hoiie in the I f rritory. Here is held the United Slates Court for the district composed f Uila. Graham e.ia) Piaa! comiti'-;. The streets are lined with shade trees, which impart an air of comfort on tho warmest daj s. PRODUCTS CF T1IS TAIXST. Unlike the Salt river, the waters of tho iila are fresh and pnre; the soil contains no jilkali, is n tieep. rich jrray ash, eb.pecie.ily adapted to the grow th of the prune, olive, almond, peach, tig, pear, apricot and fruits of all hinds, whiofi pay larrply the invest ment, it is a.-o tiie natural home of attaifa, which crows i.i the uiust proliUc iHe.nrer. Theffrapa does except. -mally well in thU valley, and wiuo and raisin euitur is destin ed to become a proadne.it industry. Citrus fruits have ben cultivated to a limited extent; there are a number of orange trees in the iiei; hborhowd of Fioreuce vhich Lear their tr.ld,'ti fruit each year without pro-tfM-tioa, und a fv tjate palm trcs are at: in f nil bai ii;;. Tho season is f rmn s s weeks to two mtjai lis eariu r than o ut iioi'n Califor nia, which f?iveu fruit growers an iprec:ut ed advantage in TII3 E.HLY IfABKET?. Tha aence of fojs andti-ht:y dnws ia a formidable obtacW) to the destrtuttve and miii:h;:y s" iic-bne-. und th fruits of the vai !-' ae ail bright and clean. All the agri cultural prodnrts of temrjcratG- and s-ea.i-tropir oil'-.? are easily grow n here, the Ur.iz ecu vns fr'vitii a sui-n's:on of cros that double or 'treble the productive value of the laud. PH1CES OF JLAXD. Improve! lands, w;h cover nment title and water riirht. can he i!i;rlit for from -0 to $J per a ore, p.-jcorditjir lo location and ini- ttrovpmeiitJt. In the icmiediafe neihlior lood and to th?uth of the Casa tiraude ruins then are th-vnauds of ceres covered with a heavy irrovn b f mestpatte timber yt oien to f-itienei:t. Thc?e arts a mom; the choicest hi tho vai'ty. Water it iiiey.hausti ho ouai-titv ii found at a dijpi?i of from "twenty to thirty fet; in fact, a river fecms 'to be tiu win; tmnerncatii. Here is a Rplpn (id opMtitunHy to take up and improve "tandith i puir;iin; system o irrigation, which ih said to be MiccesKf ul on sTm-ii ract.-. Howeverwith the completion of the lluttc reservtir, pumping will ho a thing of the past, md it U only mentioned h"ro for tho purpose of showing what eun be done, und to magnify the further fact that what wus once considered A3i TNI XH ABIT ABLE DSSEBT ia in truth tho most productive laud on tho globe, an 1 that there is water in abundance to bring every foot of it under cnltivation, only waiting for the magic wand of capital to develop it. There is no water-storage scheme on the Pacific coa-it that bos one-half the natural advantages and so few engineer ing difficulties as the Butte reservoir, lie re nature has built the abutuieiits ia ever-living rock, and all that is left for man to do is to put in the headgate, the bhitfs which form . the corge be ins only separated by a paltry 32D feet. A country i drained through this narrow canyon 2U0 miles square, representing -4U.ytW square iniies. or larger thun .Maine and .MaHa!'Iiiwetts conibiued,. The rainful! is suf ticieut to fill the reservoir twice a year, and the laud to be brought under cultivation is praetieaMy limitless. This may read like a fairy tale, but it is every word true, and has Jeen veritieu time and again. CASA GUASDE BSSEUTOIB. "The reservoir of the Casa Grande Valley Canal company the largest in the territory. It covers a surface of ar-rev, wit h an avoi -ape depth of 1- feet, mid contains yl.out eight thousand million gallons of watr. it i- sit uated liftmen miles south went of Florence. A levee of earth has been thrown up across a depression in the plain 14.U f;rt in length, l' feet in width at the bottom and '.!:" fct in -width at too, 2 to 1 slope on each Hide, and an -average height of 25 feet. Tho waste is rgu , lated by S cat iron pipes? feet in uiair.eter. set in Mil id masonry, regulated by g a tew and tower. This reservoir cot i-iOU), and sup plies water for 6,000 acres. Meteorological Statistics. The signal service -of the genera! govern ment maintained a station at riorfjii- e from to The reports covering the period from July, IfeO, to April, ISni, givfctj the follow ing statistics, which may betaken as a safe guide to the prevailing temperature given during the series of fcix eft; 1880. Mean. Max. Min. July Hi ttl August b-i.a 112 (io September H,!.0 107 48 Octolfcr W S2 November ...5'i.l 80 25 Decemtier 50.9 77 27 January 47 78 21 February 51.7 85 21 March 5t,7 93 29 April GiU 1W 48 May 74.7 m 45 June Sa.7 113 4t Julv '. 87.9 1J2 1)4 August 84.5 110 62 September 7 .5 103 50 October 157.4 IS S6 Sovem'ir S'J.4 fcO 28 December 52.2 bl 8 January : 41.4 70 S3 February .4.5 72 27 March 57.3 ff2 25 April ft2.i 100 32 The heat as represented in h above taldn iurin.T t e months of June, Juiy and August is nothing like ail uitbearabie as in the Eastern feitates, and death from In fact, in a residence of sixteen years in Arizona the writer has only known two persons to bo overcome hy the heat, and they iec:vered. Their condition, however, was more the result of whiKky than heat. The air is no dry here that a registered temperature of HO degrees i.i not as ojipre pive an degrp;s in 8t. Louis or New York. 1 he Si:nal i?rvice bureau has recognized this fact, and rcoorts f hi! difference bei wen the apparent and sensible temperature to be f ul:a J dftgreea. At nearly wil times thern is a pleasant ivreczc; the nights are invariably eoni i:i th; sunimer, and out-tlcwir labor is performed wi1 hout serious dieoriilort to either irau or beaut on tho warmest days. Very Kddom does the therujon:eter gut lie low the iYeeziiig point in v inter, and in the Kavuivi of K!or.j?.'i to-Uyuro cuur bean jjianU two years or more old, CVTOUCHCD BY PBOST. Orange and lemon trees require slight pro tection during the wi at r for a year or two, until the wt.vd Ksi!ir!firitly hardened. While it is a popular thing for one to say that he U "not lirre for hi health," it is an uudisputcj faf that for all pulmonary ail me;:i no eiinmto on earth iseoualto Sijuth ei'ii A i-i-'!a, and tlicre are numbers of active, iodutrio'i citi,ens, with but one lung, who c ime here j-e:irs ago, expecting to live but a fe ft' weeks, lint for ail that, the wonderful Caa i iaTit vaiiey is Hmechiiig iK-tter than a iica'.i it i i'-'ios'i. Tb.il i.vii'i.t id the frreat Cnr. (jrantJt V4!!cy liie' aI'jUl the lino of thu Southern Pa!inc railway in thevicinily of Casa'rrande a d Ariaoia i- at present, and with good rBa.s( it eotihidered one of tho most desirable portions of this magnificent Southern Ari zona. Ureat changes have been marie in the appearance of this part of tha valley dui lag the !;'t four yettrs. It was about that long n;o that the Vbiretjee ramd was completed and the work ot actual impnivement begun, Tt u-.e!c.3 to deny liiat under our present waters? .stem there Is nothing like a smn cient water to irrigate tliis vast body of land TUB CAdA GSANDB VALLEY CANAL is fortv-threo miles In len-rth and covers ;'J,0tr0 acre- of land, about i,00t) at wnien are under cultivation. It i so constructed that it can be easily enlarged and its capacity in creased. A reservoir covering 1,IU.0 acres, having storage capacity of eight billion gal lons, in the southeast corner of townships, range H. gives araplestipply of water the year round to all farmers located below it, but tho above sutler by a shortugo of water tin: iag a few weeks in summer. It is proposed to remedy this hy tho eou Ktrtintiou of a hture reservoir at the Bnttes, hiteen miles northeast of Florence. Com petent engineers have examined and reported upon the scheme and pronounce it feasible. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE CASA GRANDE Trading Company. Know all mks by thkhe presents. That we, the nndersine'l, bave this day volun tarily associated ourselves together for the purpose of forminjr a eorpor&tion under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and WE HEREBY CERTIFY, I. That the names of the aforesaid corpora tors are William C, Smith, Chaules L. ScKiuHEBaml Sshm M. Fbaniclin; that the nanie of this corinjrntion is the CASA GRANDS TRADING COMPANY, and that its prineipal place of transacting: business is C'awi Grainle, intheCounty of Pinal, in the Territory of Arizona. II. That tho several nature of the business proposed tobj traii-xtoj by this corpora tion ii tiie carrying: on of a eeneral mer chandise business In tho said town of Casa Grande. III. That the amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00), divided Into five thousand (5,00) shares, of the par value of one dollar each; and that the time when. and the conditions upon which the said capi tal stock is to be paid in, are as follows, to- wit: The whole thereof upon the signing of these articles of incorporation, and the filing thereof with the County Recorder of Pinal County. Said shares of stock shall be fully paid and non-assessable. IV. The time of the commencement of this cor poration is the Nth day of April,1898, and the termination thereof shall be twshty-five years from the said date. V. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by the following officers, to-wit By a boai-d of three directors, of whom one shall be president and treasurer, one shall be vice-preiident and manag-er, and one shall be Secretary. The first board of directors shall consist of the following; stockholders, to-wit: Charles L. Scribner, who shall be president and treasurer; William C. Smith, who shall be vice-president and manager and Mrs. Jessie Smith, who Bball be secre tary, and they shall hold their respective of fices until their jmccessors are elected and qualified. Thereafter, the said board of di rectors shall lie elected by the stockholders of this corporation on the first Monday in January in each year. Tho board of directors is to elect of their own number all their of ficers hereinbefore mentioned. VI. The highest amount of indebtedness or lia bility to which this corporation is at any time to subjoct itself is the sum of OB thou sand DOLLABS. Til. The private property of the sliurehoidera of this corporation is to bo exempt from cor porate debts. In witness whbueof, we have hereunto placed our hands and seals this 13th day of April, A.D., 1808. CHARLES L. SCRIBKER, (Seal. WILLIAM C. SMITH, (Seal). SELIM M. FRANKLIN, Seal, TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, " SS. County of Pima. Before me, William F. Cooper, a notary public in and for the county of Pima, Terri tory of Arizona, on this day personally ap peared Charles L. Scribner, William C. Smith and Selim 51. Franklin, known to mo to be the persons whoso names are subscribed to the foregroisig instrument and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the pur poses and consideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office, this 13th day of April, A. D. My commission expires March 19th, 180L Seal WILLIAM F. COOPER, apl6-2t Notary Public. dual Comity ICnllilfiiR A Lea Association. Florence, Pinal County, Arizona. I.T. Whittkmokk, President, C. V. Rsi'PY, Vice President. D. C. Stkvbns, Treasurer If. D. Cabbiday, Secretary and Attorney Directors: Rev. I. T. Whittemore. V. 1. Reppv. H. 1). Cassiduy, 1). C. Stovens, J. M. Li!e, C. (i. Powell and it. T. Hollen. OHice; With H. D. Casslday. Directors' regular meetings, first Monday In each mouth at 1 o'clock p. m Notice. Any Information regarding the Casa irm)ie valley w ill be cheerfully fur likiM'd iy (Jims. IX Reppy, Immigration Com mU'iuuvr for Pinalcouuty, Florence, Ariz PURELY VEGETABLE The Cheapest, Purest Tf"w-w Jnj Ik-it Family Medi-i5 zivt. m m-i wi'ritt ! rrF.;-iijAi. SrFC'iPlc fir:-,! (i'sc.isc o( the Uvcr, ritinrcjh and Spleen, Hqbic the liver .r.d prevent Chiils nd rr.uH, Malari ous FhVSKS, Kowbl OjMtLAIKTS, RaSTLHSS N Its Li, Jaunuilk akd A A CSC A. BAD I1REATHI N'hing is so unpleasant, nothinR so ccrrmen, ai DM jrrat.1 ; and in nearly every csm it eeniei from :n- 5toniK.h, and can be so easily corrotted il yu wiit lake blKM.nfe l.ivni Kbcvlatok. Do not ne.-l.ct so sure a remedy for ihis rer.ul.ive disorder. It a'M :ra(,ruTe your appetite, compiejeion and genet .u health. PILES! H,r many suffer torture day after day, malur life : tmr:cn aud robbin,- existence of all pleasure, owing to the secret suffering from Piles. Yet relief is rend, to tlit hand of almost any one who will use sysle.nati. cally the remedy that hat permanently cured thou sands, imsjons Lives RsotiLA-ma is no drastic, violent purge, but a geutle assistant to nature, CONSTIPATION SHOULD not be regarded at ft trifling ailment in fact, nature demands die utmost ragularity of the bowels, and any deviation from this demand paves the way often to serious danger. It is quite as necessary to remove impure accumulations from th bowels as it ia to eat or sleep, and no health can be expected where ft costive habit of body prevails. SICK EEADACKE! This distressing affliction occurs most frequently. The disturbance of the stomach, arising from the imperfectly digested contents, causes . severe pain in the head, accompanied with disagreeable nausea, and this constitutes what is popularly known a Sick Headache, for the relief of which TAKB Siwmu.n: uvek Regulator or MlDlcinE. MANUFACTURED ONLY BT J. E. ZEOAX A CO Phiitdeliiit. Pa Xotiee to Creditors. Estate of William J. Brash, deceased. JV0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE undersigned. Administrator of the Estate of William J, Brash, deceased, to the credi tors of, and all persons havlngclaims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the Erst publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at the oifice of W. R. Stone. Esq., in Florence, in the said County of Pinal. Dated at Florence, Arizona, Jan 3rd, 181ft' J. E. ARTHUR, Administrator iof Estate ofWm. J. Brash' deceased. Kotiee le Creditors. E-state of Edward Bien. deceased. "TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE undersigned. Administrator of the Estate of Edward Bein, deceased, to the creditors 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 Administrator at Casa Grande, Arizona, in the said County of Pinal. Dated at Florence, Fob. 11th, 1898. CHAS. F. BENNETT, Administrator Estate of Edward Beln deceased. uuvmu scms eeaBMiT fa . ij ..tr.TB.nap..n bfecaune theoost if Mcultlvationwatdcmuiferlorselt ftlwavs largely tlcMda tlrt ortmaal cost of tbe best and ort teea to bt bad. The be.t I. always tbe ohcavest. I'ay a trine more lor fij id oi'myi s?t your money worth, f JEA Vive cems rcr pRper veiTwUrr. .vi '-A always tlielKi. etd Annual froo, r- '-i Your Friend .the ! Kenwood r,.2' " ' - 4 '&taiVpxi For Lightness, Swiftnm end Strength it Is UoSurpassed Y can ltiro aa iifltp i ' fcy fttyirstioj Hamilton Kenwood CycltTCc. 203-20 J-MT S.Canal $1 CSlcaz., Strictly ReltaMe-Esfabliabejl Tea Year. THE ONLY SPECIALISTS On the Pacific Coast TicrtlBg Olseases ol We twrftfYriy eoaraotee to am Variccrala. files an J Rupture In coo week. Any tor of Waifttj in six w?cks. BrooJ Tafnis, Srcture and Acvte m Qm-b4c OUcfiarges a peciafty. To iow our good tatth We will net ask for a dollar until we cure you. We mean ! wphafcan ' tveryboilv. We accumr 6i entire Welts Nsrife euikiHiv widi the most completely tqwppet ofc and hrnpliai wst of Nv York tot Um tccoausoiiaaoa at oet at town aaiKnts and others wishnur teria la rt city tartar wwuckM. Comsfioadfeact crwanauy anewtrea, giving tui tttorcBaioa. Ccr. 3d l&asu Sts Igs ftnpios.Cal. OVER WELLS FAKZO FERRY'S ORH TALCO lira ii f mm mmA KnHiniosiN. IS THE DISTRICT COUET OF TIIE Second Judicial District. Territory of Arizona, in and for Pinal County. D. W. Cummins. Dnvid Ray. Edward lone. John McCoy, Edward Myore and B. R. Bible, plaintiffs, vs. The Walter C. Hadlcy Co., a corporation. John U.Ifgi lff. Chin. 1-. hunnen and the .Mammon Mine aud Mill, defendants. Action brought in the District Court of the Second Judicial Listritt, oi iud ternuir, of Arizona, in and for tlie uoutity oi i-inui am! the complaint filed in eaij County of Pimil in the office of the Clerk of said Dis trict Court. In the name of the Territory of Arizona, to The WaltorC. Hadloy Company, a corpor ation, John U.Isgrie, Chas. F. Euhnen and the Mammon Mine and Mill, Defendants, greeting: You are hereby (summoned and required to appour in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiffs in the District Court of tho Second Judicial District of the Territory cf Arizona, in and for Pinal County, and answer the complaint thorein tilt-.l with tlie Clerk of this said Court, at Florence, in said County, within ten days after the service upon you of this summons, if served in this said County, or if served out of this sutd County and within this said Judicial District, then within twenty days thnrcafter, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the Second Judicial Dis trict, Territory of Arizona, in and for tho County of Pinal this 18th day of March. 18. iriSAL DANIEL C. STEVENS, Clerk. By ALBERT T. COLTON, Deputy Clerk. Notice lor Puulicntlon. (Homestead No. 1718.) UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, Tuoaos, Arizona, April 4, 188. JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following-named settler has iiled notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and thot said proof will be made before Clerk of tho District Court ut Florence, Pinal Cotinty, Arizona, on May 20, lMB, viz: Louis E.Graham, of Florence, Pi nal County, Arizona, for the SW!i, section 24. township 5 8, range 8 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva' tion of said land, viz: Isam Phy, William Cavancss, William Y. Price and William H Eenson, all of Florence, Arizona. apB-6t EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Register. RED HOT NEWS, News That is News to Arizonans in THE Los Angeles Times Fox W'lUK Skkvice. Vkhy Fhikndlt to Arizoka. Cleab asd Vigop.ous. Labgbst Paper oh the Coast The Times Is the only paper with a special Arizona NewsBureau, and publishes com plete Territorial Correspondence. The Times reaches Arizona points 24 hour ahead of the San" Francisco dailies, aud is 48 to 60 hours earlier than all papers from the Eastward. 12 TO 36 PAGES. By mat. 9 per year. By carrier, 75 cents par inonih 3t?Subserlne with Local Agent. PPIfYoa can mli i be cured If yrra tuffer from arty f tht il!U of men, come to th oldest Specialist go tho Pacifte Cotut, DR. JOfiDAM & 00 i , 108! H&rietSt Est'd 1862. Yonnr men and middle m aured men who mn mStrium from the clTeetJ of youthiui maucrauons or - OrbilitytInip.aey,lxMtxlanaioo4 6 in all us comolicitiotis; Npcrmatorriioea, Sro(fftrrbc. Oonorrhva, Uloct, a I'rrqurary ot I rinaiimr, e. By a canii-unatioa remeaiee, erf great cvirative po w- A &r, the Doctor has to arranged his treatment that it will not onlr afford immediate relief but DermAivrnt cure. The Doctor doe ruit rlWn b perform miraclei, but k wclj-kaowm to be a fair M iindQu ire Physician andSnnren. mn.rn.nt W in his fr;ciaky 1 imeBSW Of flletl fwynv m wiiatrn i using nerenrr A f VEBV M.4M applytnv to M Will nw 9 ? We uill Guarantee a P0S1 Tl VSCUUR in i erf; 9 Ch .. v u , . wiim, af Con. citation FRVS .4 '.1M CHAJiOES VER T SEASONABLE. tn 9 i aitnt wrsonally or by lter. Send fcr book. f - The rhiloBophy of Slarrinae,'' f V1HIT KH. JOBDAKH T Great Masenm of Anatomy m the finest and largest Museumof iu kind in the world. Come and learn bow wonderfully you are made; how to avoid sickness and disease. We are contiaually addinir new specimons. w J- "-rvr.- XUJUk VM1UI rlllig, " 1 05 1 Market SlreeL San Franeiacn. Cat 9 TT & C- A to . Ml MESA, FLORENCE AND GLOBE STAGE LINE. Three Trips a week. Daylight Travel Leaves Mesa S a. m. TuesrirtTs, Thursdavs and Saturdays. Arrives at Florence at 11:30 a. m. Leaves Florence, at 1 p. m., arriving at G olio at 8 n. m., tho following day. Leaves Globe 8 a. m. Tuesday, Thursdnvs awl SriaturduyK. Arrives ut Florence at 11a. m. t he following day. leaves Florence for Mesa at 1 p. m. Arrrives at Mesa at p. m. Stages stop over night at Riverside. Good accommodations given the traveling public. Stages connect with stages for Dudleyville, henson, Mammoth, Oracle and Tucson. Johssun Hkoh, Agents at Mesa. Louis Si;ltan, Afnt at Globe. D. C. SrKVBKs. Agent at Florence. Xoflce for Pabllcntioii. (Homestead No. 1777.) UNITED STATKS LAND OFFICE. I Tucson, Arizona, April lli, 1B38. ) fJ0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Tucson, Arizona, on May 2, 1898, viz : Charles F. Bennett, Casa Grande. Pinal county, Arizona, for the SE! of sec tion 19, township 6 south, range 6 east. Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said luud, viz: Charles L, Scribner, ot Arizola, A. T.; David W. Cummins, of Arizola, A. T.; William C.Smith, of Arizo!aj A. T.; Frederick Hohlcr, of Casa Grande A.T. ul5-8t EUGENE J. TR IPPEL, Register. Desert Laud, Final ProoL Notiee for Pabliention. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, ( Tucjos, Ariznna, April lil, lb3S. t "fyTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Jessie Smith, of Arizola, Pinal County, Arizona, has filed notice of intention to make proof on his desert-laud claim No. 2432, for the NEli section 2.1, township 6 south, rann;e 5 cast, before the Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, on the 23rd day of May, 18H8. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said lund : Charles L. Scribner, of Arizola, Pinal Co., Arizona; David W. Cummins, of Arizola, Pinal Co., Arizona; Charles P. Rennett, of Casa Grande, Pinal Co., Arizona ; Frederick Holder, of CasaGrando, Pinal Co., Arizona. alMt EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Register. Xoticc for Pabllcatlou. (Homestead No. 1905.) UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. I TUCHOM, Arizona, April W, 1S98.I RJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE foiiowiiu?-uamed settler had filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver United States Land Office, at Tucson, Ariz., on May 23, 1858, viz: William C.Smith, Casa Grande, Phial county, Arizona, for the SVt'.i section 35, township 0 south, range 6 east. He names the following: wltneBs to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva" tion of said laud, viz: Charles L. Scribner, of Arizola, A. T.; David W. Cummins, of Arizola. A. T.; Charles F. Bennett, of Casa Grande, A. T.; Frederick Hohler, of Casa Grande, A. T. al6-6t EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Register. Notice for PubHratfon. (Homestead No. 1901.) UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. ) Tdcbos, Arizona, April 16, 1898. j -aJ0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following-named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver U. S Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, on May 23, IK'S, viz: Charles L. Scribner, Arizola, Pinal county, Arizona, for the NWJ4 of sec tion 35, township 9 south, range 6 east. He names the following witnesses to prove hiscontinuous residence npon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: William C. Smith, of Arizola, A. T.; David W. Cummins, of Arizola, A. T.;'Chnrie F. Bennett, of Casa Grande, A. T.; Frederick Hohler, of Casa Grande, A. T. a!5-6t EUGENE J. TRIPPEL. Register. Fickitfe Xoticc. JN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE TER. rltory of Arizona in and for the County of Pinal; in the matter of the estate of Robert A. Williams, deceased. Notice for publication of time appointed for proving will, etc. Pursuant to an order of said Probate Court, made on the 14th day of April, 1898, notice is hereby given that Monday, the 2nd day of May, 1898, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day at the court room of said Court, atthe Court House in the said County of Pinal, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said Robert A . Williams,deceased. and for hearing the application of Minerva Williams for the Issuance to her of letters testamentary, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Dated April 11, 1898. ap!6-3t L. C. HERR, Clerk. Notiee for Publication. (Homestead No. 1H47.) UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, Tucsos, Arizona, April 18, 1593.1 JTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following-named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver Unit ed States Land Office, at Tucson, Arizona, on May 28, 1898, viz : David W. Cummins, of Casa Grande, Pinal county, Arizona, for the NWJ4, section 26, township 8 south, range 6 east. He names the following witnesses to prove hiscontinuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: William C. Smith, of Arizola, A. T.; Charles F. Bennett, of Casa Grande, A. T. ; Charles L. Scribner, of Arizola, A. T., and Frederick Hohler, of Casa Grande, A. T. al6-6t EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Register Notice; for Publication. (Homestead No. 1780.) UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE I Tucson, Arizona, April 1. 1898. TJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE x 1 following-named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in support of his olaim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court at Florence, Pinal county, Arizona, on May 1, 1898, viz: Daniel Bingham, of Florence. Pinal county, Arizona, for the SEW section 26, township 5 S.. range 8 E., G. and S. R. M. Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: William H. Graham, Alexander Hoover, William Schmidt and Wil liam J. Le Baron, all of Florence, Pinal county, Arizona. a!6-t EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Register. THE SCENIC ROUTE OF ARIZONA! San'.a Fe, Prescott Pr-anix R'y Co. V'lTII TH3 SANTA FE SYSTEM SllOrtCSt And Quickest Route Between Phoenix, Kansas City, St. Louis Chicago and all points EAST. S.F., P.&P.TIME TABLE, NO. 25 Effective December 11, 1837. Days. Through Time Table. Days Mond 4.30uliv.. Sun Francisco., ari e.irin'Tuesy Tuesy.lU.Wailv Mohave arl 4.15a Tuesy Tnesy 7.Wa!lv Sau Die-tfo. . . .ar l.l5p.f uesy ..a!lv...Los Angeles ..arl S.iilla Tuer) 4-iuPjlv Bai itow ur LuoaTuesy Tuesy lucsy Wedn 2.40a!lv Kinfmon.. Vedn 7.4)ajar Asii ork. Slond lu.ODpjrv Chiciieo.. Mond !10.J;ilv St. Louis.. Tuesyill.2itt lv. . . KansaaCity ...arl 4.22o!Mond :Jv la.Sf.p Miind ..ari iilp Wedu ..ari 6.15p Wedn .Om, Wedn . . , I ' ' . 1 l'"J. u. .iU.i. 'p- illoud Thurs 2.3riu!lv. Thur.i lUr.ajiv. Thursl2.li.ipur ....Gallup ar 4.4r,p' Mon.t ..Hurretatf ar;i0.2r.a Mond ...Asblurk lv HMa Mond S. bound Passenger N. bound PusHeuKe r No. 2 STATIONS. " Lve KO'JSTAIN TIMS daily .No. 1 12.r,pLv. . A:sh Fork Uock liutto .. Ar 7.3fla 1.JUI1; I o-aooj 2.27p . . . .Jerome Junction. . .1 5.21a S.lUpAr Prescott Lvl 4.3te 31- Lv Prescott Ar i.Wu -'-P Summit 3.4K.J 4 a. ! ip Shull Valley 5-1'ip Kirkland Z..rba 2.33a 6.4r,p: . . Con sress J uu ctiou . . 12.55a -l. " ickenbuiv :12.1 7-'7p: Hot Springs Jc..!!! 1L47;)' ctip- reoria... fe.':'i Glemlaie. . U-1 Alluinibra. D.gJpAr Phoenix . . . 10.3iJ ....10.27p ... io.i5p! Lv lO.OO!)! Dinins station. The only North and South Line in Arizona traversing; and reaching the ino,t interest ms sections, including the fa-rout Suit Kiver valley. Through tickets to all points in the United Mates. Canada and Mexico. 1 ratal connect at Jerome Junction with trains of the U. V. & P. R'y.. for Jerome: at Prescott witu stage Hues for ail principal ir.tmn? camps; at Coticrcs Junction with Congress Gold Co. R.K. fur Congress and stage hnes for Harqua Hala Station and Yarnell. A Hot Springs Junction with the C.C.H, S. T. Co., stage line for Castle Creek Hot Springs, the new all the year health reeort. At Pbrenix with tho M. & P. & S. R. V. R'y for pointsou the S. P. system. F. M. MURPHY R. E. WELLS, Pres t & Geu'l Mg'r, Ass't Gen. Mgr., PrcscottAriz., Prescott. Ariz, GEO. !,!. SARGENT. Gen. Ft. & Pass. Agt., Prescott, Arizona. Southern Pacific Railway. East bound. Westbou nd 8 4Sa 5 50a 1 05p 11 10 9 05 8 45 6 2S 6 22 5 45 4 10 1 53 12 30 El Paso 8 00a Demiug u 10 Lordsburg 1 lOp Willcox 4 07 Benson 5 40 Tucson (Ar 7 80 meson Lv 1 50 Arizola 9 2ti Casa Grande 9 80 Maricopa 10 10 Gila Bend 11 40 ...Yuma 40 Los Angeles V 05 J San Francisco Ar.10 15 r.vi Ari Lv... 3 S iLv... New Mextco & Arizona R'y. West. STATIONS. East. 6 00am Lv Benson ... 8 50am; Fairlmnli. .. 1 OOami Huachuca .. 1 40am! Crittenden.. 1 37pm Calabasas .. 1 lfipnii Nogales ...Ar' 3 40pm I 1 OOpra :12 10pm 10 20am j 9 00am ! 8 30am Daily except Sunday. Pacific time. J, J. Fhey, General Manager. T. A. Nauglb. L. Assistant General Manager, H. Albkecht, Train Master. Maricopa and Phronix and Salt River Valley Railroad. Public Time Table No. 42. In Effect Thursday, July 1,1897. Paci6c Standard Time. The Company reserves the right to change time of running all trains with out notlee. Maricopa Division. F hcenix to Maricopa Maricopa to Phoenix Jf3 u IS 4 IS 2 STATIONS. w is O OOn ILV Phrr-nix A.'UW 111). io jp; lu.i j r-etersen 2S.51 'f7 OOn 55p 10.16 1 Kyrene 18.12 ff. 15a ft 2lip .W i Snraton 7,62 lift 20a 910p 34.28;Ar Maricopa Lv I 600a Pullman Palace Sleeping Cab. Mesa Division. Mesa to Phoenix, Phoenix to Mesa, Frt & Passl Frt & Pasa DAILY, STATION'S. No.4JNo.6j DAILY. No.S. No.S. 7 30a 1 SOp 8 OOa! 2 OOp 830u 2. SOp! Lv Ar'..'.'.' . . Mesa . . . . Tempe . . .Phcenix. , .ArhosOo 8 OOp 5 SOp 1000a Lvl 9 30a! 5 00p Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pacific train No. 19, eust bound, leaving Maricopa at 10:08 p.m. Tram No. 2 connects with Southern Pacific train No. 20, westbound, leaving Maricopa at 5:36 a. m. Connections made at Phcenix with S. F P & P. R. R. for Prescott and Congress, " ' Connections at Mesa with stage for Gold field, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12:30 p. ro.; for Florence and Globe, Tues days, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 1 o'clock a. m. f Trains stop on signal. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cab on all Trains between Phcenix aud Maricopa. 200 MILES SHORTEST ROUTE Between Phcenix and California Points N. K. MASTEN, C. C McNEIL, President. Gen. Supt. F. B. SANFORD, GenT Freight & Pass. Agent, Gbkebal Offices, Pbceniz, Abizona. IJAV ? A peculiar" book for Ladies i loccs.Uniou PubliihingCcmpaoy Haducah.Ky. . 5 .