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T> .. :.„ ..' . 'zLj'.: .J. "i.-. Friday, July 20 1000. ■ ■■ ■ in. . ■ !■■' ■ ■ r .. ■ i. ~ ;—... 'i. Mr*. Nellie Newell is slowly re covering from her severe* illness. ’ Little Adit Shew man id slowly re covering from her severe illness. ( The many friends of Mrs. M. J Forester win be sorry to hear that she taVbden quitb ill. . * '* H. 0. Orme has announced himself as a candidate for the- office of'Super-. . . ..?• .. . M 7 visor. * - - ■ ’ ' 8. S. Stout, has announced bimsslf as a candidate for the office of Sheriff Hos the couhty.' ‘ f * 1 * Our citizens have not received any r jj T anonymous or blackmailing'liters for tome time. * 5 j&ni'Jj\ Webb was up on a visit to Mesa last Saturday. He jbkt came up to make a social visit. s ' Owen DaviS and'family left yester day for an extended trip to the moun fefos. . ~ ; : •-<— * A few more divorces are on the tapis, marped }ife seetßff fcb be a fail— *iareTn V sbme cases. * The Farmer’s Exchange haye just received a new line of groceries, boots hod shoes, etc. Oall and see them. * Dr. Fenn J. Hart, well and favor ably known to the people of this val ley, and who is now located at Jerome, is back for a few days visit. ** Arizona Telephone Directory has just been issued, containing the names and numbers of subscribers to thffdopg tftifcnpe lines jn the territory. ( The Enterprise says that the name of J. D. Loper, of Mesa, is frequently in connection with the of fice of Oounty Recorder. * )sigß Anna Locke has been ap pointed teacher in the Alma District. fShwis te sister of Mrs. Barbour and has bad considerable experience as a teacher in lowa. 1 a ik- U 1 settlements of any import ance are rapidly jjejng’ incorporated 4nto towns ‘ln Arizona. A good municipal incorporation is a necessity to any progressive community. f County division is liable to be a Jive issue next legislature, is opposed to it and should see that good tnen are sent to the legislature to look i: • after the matter. We have received the ninth annual agister of the University of Arizona, It shows that our University is mak ing 1 substantial progress in the educa tions! field! * The thirteeirjearjffd child pf I. T. jßone of Phoenix, died last Tuesday, It the home of Frank Barkley, just south of town. Scarlet fever is said tp have been the cause, but this is ifbpi&l! r f John Barnett and wife left for an extended trip to Southern California points last evening. Mrs. Barnstt pas not been well for some time, and ho doubt the trip will do her much ’good. Jfbn. J. 0 Goodwin formerly of Tetopc but now of Globe, has an nounced bis candidacy for the legist ture from Gila county. Mr. Goodwi; Represented Maricopa County f >ur •* •iii' •. • * It is said that Charles W. Barnett will be a candidate for the office of ooun% while George A. |fintz has an id«a that he will keep Sis eye on the County Recorder’s of fice, „ - v & Mets continue to carry on a first-class furniture house and have everything in their line. No need of geing to Phoenix or elsewhere. The firm’s prices will compare favorably with any on the coast. -tb.' candidates are coming to the front pretty ffst, The people of our bounty do not intend to elect gamblers Or drunkards to offices iri their gift, and it seems that so far the candidates who have announced themselves are men ’ Qf unspotted reputation and character. The leaven is working. * Last Saturday evening Prescott was Visited by a great tire which destroy ed a large jportion of the city. All the newspaper offices were burnt out, the Burke fiotel find a large Tiunib* r pf business bouses and. residences* The lossuwas ioVfer e. S2;&QO,t)QQ;. wit L very little insurautW PriScoit has the sympathy of the whole territory in its great lose. Its people are Very energetic, however, and will f-oon r» - build. fclUi. Sam F. Webb has made a report of his visit to the north, where he went to examine the question of sheep grazing on the forest reserves. The report is so lengthy that we are sorry that we cannot print it in full, It is clear to be seen, from it that it favors the exclusion of Bbeep from the forest reserves. Great minds differ, how l ever, on this matter, and we have in our midst some good and well in-*- formed men who hold an entirely dif ferent opinion from what Mr. Webb does. The federal government will take the matter up soon on the re port of its experts. The Arizona Legislature will likely take a whack at it. ON EVERY BOTTLE Os Shiloh’s Consumption Cure is this guarantee: “All we ask or yod is to use two-thirds of the contents of this bottle aithfully, then if you can say you are not benefitted return the bottle to youi Druggist and he may refund the price paid;’' Price 25 cts., 50 cts. and SI.OO , For sale by J. H. Barnett, Druggist. Mr. Wm. B. Lang has been ap pointed sole agent for the celebrated drink Phos-Ferrone in Mesa City. This is one of the very best summer drinks, and being very healthful and tnvigoring, has commanded a large sale heretofore in the town. Call in fcrid see Mr Lang and get a glass of the delicious drink. Only 5c a glass TELL YOUR SISTER A Beautiful Complexion isan ; - possi bility without good pure blood, the so rt hat only exists in connection with goed digestion, a healthy liver and bowels 1 Karl’s Clover Root Tea acts directly on > the heart, liver and kidneys keeping them in perfect health. Price 25 cts, and 50 cts. For sale by J- K. Barnett 1 . *1.1,, . f Druggist. We have received a catalogue of the Phoenix Indian School. Jtisa fine piece of work and shows the skill and handiwork of L. E. Hoffman who has charge of the printing department. The schod is one of the finest in the United States, and our government is to be congratulated that it has such an able instructor and superintendent in charge as Hon. S. M McCowan. A CARD OF THANKS. I wish to say that I feel under lasting , obligations for what Chamberlain’s ( Cough Remedy has done for our family. We have used it in so many cases of coughs, lung troubles and whooping L cough, and it has always given the most perfect satisfaction, we feel greatly in | debted to the manufactu es of this re medy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks, -Respectfully, Mbs. S. Doty, Des Moines, lowa. For sale by J. W. Baily, Druggist. RED HOT FROM THE GUN Was the ball that hit J W. Steadman • of Newark, Mich, in the Oivil War. It ; cause 1 horrible Ulcers that no treat- I ment helped for 20 years. Then Buck -1 len’s Arnica Salve cured him. Sick Heada.che, absolutely and per manently cured by using Moki Tea. A pleasant herb drink. Cures constipation and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep, ; work and happy. Satisfaction guaran teed or your mohey back. 25c and 50c. For saleby J W Baily, druggist. t , ■ 1 .M . Give C««h Trad#* Store fop CAfth coupon*. These beautiful Works of Art enlarged from your own photographs do not cost you a cent. We give cash coupons with every purchase, when you have $25.00 in these bring us any photon graph and we will furnish you FREE a life-size DEMAR* positively the moat up-to-date Portrait on the market. They are made for cib and guaranteed by The American Copying Co. v which is a suffi cient assurance of their quality and artistic worth. Bring your photographs, call at our store and examine our samples. We can Convince you that it is the greatest Portrait offer ever matte- Dq not fail to aek for our “Motto Series’* of coupons, - . Please give your photos to our canvasser, , ppuj,‘t fail to take advantage of tliu great offer Call at the NOVELTY STOKE, First Door West of Post Office. 1 ' • C. 11. CONNOLLY, Prop. 4 ~ = V^Sfr/. IPHOENIXSHDkT LINeJ No. 4. and 6. No. 5. and 7. AM PM; •AM= PM 800 4 30!Lv Mesa Arj 730 i 230 825 4 55;.. Tempe j 7 00? 200 845 5 15? At.... Phoenix Lvl 6 30| 130 No. 1. No. 2. 700 pm]lv Phoenix ,ar 6 30am 730 pm i Tempo 600 am 7 45 pm Peterson 545 am 8 00 pm Kyreno 5 25 a m 8 12pm Uicia 505 am 825 pm Bacaton 4 50am 845 p mar Maricopa lv 4 30am and dispose of the same and the products ' ' * thereof, and to do a general mining and metal- SOUTHERN PACIFIC. lurgical business. * East bound From East To Purchase, construct, erect, lease, ownand ■ ■ ■■ operate pumping plants and stations, reser -10 08 pm; lv ari 537 a m voirs, canals, ditches, water-ways or pipe-lines 030 am! ‘!!!!!!! .‘Demiug!.’.**.*.!!!*. j 555 p m f « r the transmission, storage and conveyance 12 30 pmi El Paso j 285 p m ot water for domestic, agricultural, manufac -11 50 am: San Antonio | 445 p iti turing, mining and metallurgical purposes. 705 p mi Houston i 835 a m _ , ~ 755a mj New Orloaus i 820 pin lo conetrnct, build, purchase, rent, own and 10 25pmi Washington j 10 00 pm operate, electric and other plants for the pro -623 am: New York 4 2 pm dnetion of power and light and the neosesary ~~———: ' wire lines, or other means for the transmission TEXAS & PACIFIC. of light and power genprated for its own nse, East bound From Fast or for IJio sale of said pQWvr and light to others. —— To construct, build, purchase, lease, own and 510 p mj • El Paso :1015 a m operate wire and other or railways to 630 p m j ..Dalles ; 650 a m be operated by steam or other power, and also 735 a m i .Chicago j S) 10 p m steam-boats and other vessels for the transpor- tation and conveyance of its own minerals, SOUTHERN PACIFIC. metals, stones, marls, clajs or other property , J ° and freight for its ownlnse and operations. From Wefct Westbound To do a general mercantile and merchandise ' — ' business, and purchase, rent, lease, or acquire lOOSpmiar Maricopa lv! real estate and own the same, and sell such %B*Sh:::i!:;Lir?A^iw.!:::”' , .! l 9oop£ portions as it may not require for its own use 520 p mi .-..Fresno ..:1100am toothers. 600 p mi■.^ a !p<mland 8 ? 0 .'!!! 9 00am To la y out towns, and sell and dispose of lots 950 ami iy Seattt ari 600 pm therein and improve the same. ■ . To mortgage its real and personal property, and issue bonds thereon, and to' do all things Train No. 1 conuects with foutharn Pacific permissible by the laws under which this corn train No. 19, eaatbound, leaving Maricopa a1 pany is incorporated. 10:30 p. m . 3. That the principal place of business of Train No. 2, connects with Southern Pacific sa id Corporation shall be at Phoenix, Arizona, train No. 20, westbound, leaving Maricopa at an d the places outside of raid Territory, where 5:45 a. m. it may keep its efficea and transact its bnsiness Connections maile at Phoenix with S. F.P.oc are the of Montana, Cities of New York, P. R. R. for Prescott and Congress. State of New York; Boston, State of Masaachu- Connections at Mesa with stage for Goldfield, ge^9i Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, else- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12:30 p. w k ere j n United States and Europe, the m.;for Florencoand Globe, Tuesdays, Ihure- Bame a8 if specifically set forth in this Corti days and Saturdays, at 4 cr’cloek a. m. ficate. ; Trains stop on signal. 4. That the amount of capital stock author-' PuUman Palacq Sleeping car on al! trains be - zed , - 8 Twenty _ fave hundred ttiousand dollars tween Phoenix and Maricopa. ($2,500,000) and the number of sharej into N. K. MASTEN, B. P. PORTER, which it its divided is two Randred and fifty President. General Snpt. thousand ($250,000) of the par value of ten dol- M. O. BICKNELL, General Passenger Agt. j arß (J’o qqi each, which amount is to be paid .... ' in, in real or personal property, contracts, Last Tuesday in the Probate Court J, 1). guardian of the estate of James Cecil Smith, was ordered to purchase a home for his ward. He at once purchased the 5 acres belong ing to J. S. Peterson, just west of town. It has on it a house and other improvements and will be used as a home for Mrs, Smith and the children. Jt was purchased with part of the in surance money left to the child in the Woodmen Order, and again shows that the secret orders takes care that its defendants are not left to the mer cies of a cruel and cold world. __ J. A. Peralta Reavis, well known to fame as the claimant in the old Reavis’ land grant, which was de clared to be fraudulent, was in town this week. H* still has a few big schemes on hand, but our people do not seem to take to him or tfiem very much. Articles Os Incorporation. OF THE NEW MONTANA COPPER MINING COMPANY Know all men by these presents: that we the undersigned. Lester S. Smith. Samuel Stern and Jerome O’Neil, all of Boston, Mass., have this day associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation nnder the laws of the Territory of Arizona. 1. And we do hereby certify: that the r.ame of the Corporation shall be tho New Montana Copper Mining Company. 2. That the general nature of the businoes proposed to be transacted, is the acquisition by location, purchase, lease, or otherwise, of mineral and agriftultural lands, mines, deposits of ore, minerals, metals, clays, stones and other substances, and to exchange, own, oper ate, dispose of, lease or sell to others such lands, deposits of ore. minerals, metals, clays, stones or other siibstances; to mine' copper, coal, iron and other minerals, metfc!«, stones, clays and other substances, and to erect and operate mining, milling, ooncentraiing, re ducing, smelting and refining plants or woi ks for mining, milling, redneing, sine!ting, re fining and treating said ores, minerals, metalß, clays, stones and other substances, and to sell agreements, machinery, labor, merchandise, materials and cash or otherwise in the discre tion of the Board of Directors, upon the issue and delivery of said stock frqra time to time. 5. That the time of the commencement of said corporation in the first day of February, one thousand nine hundred and the time of its termination is the iirst day of February, nine teen hundred and twenty-five (1925.) 6. That the officers of said corporation to conduct its affairs shall consist of a Board of Directors, composed of (7) numbers, to be 'electee}, at a general meeting of the stock holders upon the filing of this certificate of in corporation. They shall hold office for one year, or until their successors are elected. The Directors will elect from among their number a President and Vice-President, they will also elect an Executive Committee of three mem bers, a Secretary and Treasurer, General mana ger, and such other officers and agents as they may require, who need not be directors. 7. That the highest amount of indebtedness to which this corporation is at anytime to sub ject itself, is five hundred thought} dollars ($500,000). ’ • i 1 8. That the private property of esch officer, Director and Stockholder of said corporation is to be exempt all corporate debts. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals, this First day of February A. , p- Nineteen hundred (1900). Signed and sealed in presence of Blanche Irene Brackett, Charles Hall Adams. Lester S. Smith, 100 Shares. [Seal. 1 Samuel Stern, 100 Shares, [Seal.] Jerome O’neul, 100 Shares, [Seal.] Commonwealth of Massachusetts, ) County of Suffolk, C es. City of Boston. ) On this Ist day of February, A. D. 1900, before me the subscriber, a Commissioner pf Arizona Territory, residing in the City of Boston, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, personally appeared Lester S. Smith, Samuel Stern and Jerome O'Neil, known to me to be the persons described in and who executed the within ar ticles of incorporation and severally acknowl edged to me that they executed the samp freely and voluntarily for the uses and purposes therein set forth. Given under my hand and official seal the day and year in this certificate above written. (Seal) Chas. Hall Adams. Commissioner of Arizona Territory. lOct. I, R. stamp cancelled. Territory of Arizona. ) County of Maricopa. I, P. W. Sheridan, County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original Articles of Incorporation of (he New Montana Copper Mining Companv filed and recorded in my office on the 7th day of February, 1900 in Book No. 3, of Corporations at page ——, and that-the same is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witn es my hand and seal of office this 7th day of February, A. D.'JQOO. (Seal) '• F, W. SHERIOAN, Cpunty Recorder. By C. W. Barnett, Dpp. lOctl. R. stamp cancelled. First, publication May 11. If troubled with rheumatism, give Chamberlain’s Pain- Balm a (rial. Ii will not cost you a cent if it does no good. One application will relieve tin pain. It also cures sprains and bruises jn one-third the tim j required by any other treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites, qu usey. pains in the side and chest glandular and other swellings are quiet ly cured by applying it. Every bottle wairanled. Price, 25 and 50 els. J. IV. , Rail) Dcggist. < f* 1— ii an siiwuh w •— lULOunriie OF ARIZONA Santa ft, Pwlt 4 Fjpis RAILWAY CO. Vi Vv- WITH THE SANTA FE SYSTEM Shortest and quickest route between Phoenix Kan as City, St Louis, Chicago and Eastern ; ; * Points * Days Through lime Tabje Days From the West To the West Mond. 7.00 p; lv Portland ar |B.ooa Thnr Wed. 4.80 p: lv.. Ban Franoiseo.ar 6 45p Tnes Thnr. 10.10a}iv Mojave ar|3.lsa Tnes Thnr 6 35a lv San Diego arf 120 p Tne Thur 9 51a lv..Los Angeles... ar 8 28a Tne Thur ‘235p lv....Baretow. .art 12 30a Tne I Fn 7 35a ar...Ash Forjc.... iv'l2 30p JJton , From the East Going East [ Mon 10OopJlv..• Chicago.... ar 9 00p Wf lines Mon 10 30p lv..' St.booie..ar 6 15p Wednea Taes 10 50a lv..KansasCity.ar 7 00a Wcdnel Wad 8 2)a lv .. Denv«r....ar 5 OOp Tuesday Wed 9 05a lv.Albuqn’qne..ar 1025 p Monday Thu 1210 p ar..Ash Forir..lv 7 55a Monday Note—Close connections with the East bound Limited, passing Ash Fork Taesdays, Thnrs days and Sundays. _ , 1 North South- LOCAL bound. bonnd TIMETABLE —— Mountain Time. >- 1 No. 2 ass. Pass 35p Lv....*Ash Fork.. . Ar 7 00a No. 3 Sip ....Jerome Juno .... 4 55a No. 10 45a U. V. Lv Jerome ar TJ. V. 9 25a , 1240 p &P. ar Jerome Junct’n lv & P. 7 00a 1 3 Olp —P & E June— 4 22a No 21 3 15p r—Prescott. ..Lv 4 05a No 22 !t2 30p L Mayor Ar . 10 05a 1 OOp ...... Huron 9 40a 135 p .Cherry Creek— 9 15a i 2 20p t Lv. P& E Junct. Ar 8 20a , 2 40p Cl, Ar Pr scott... Lv pj 8 00a 8 20p| lv Prescott ar 3 50a i - 4 40p nr....*Bknll Valley, lv 2 Ida BQQp lv Skull Valley..ar 2 16a 520 p Kirkland 1 51a 6 50p —Congress Junction. 12 11a 725 p Wiokofionrg 11 28p 752 p ~Ho* Springs Junction 10 68p S| G4p ... Peoria 9 47p 9 12a Glendale 9 S7p 92ip Alhambra 9 24p 9 Dp ar Phpenix.. .lv 9 Op •Dining station. 1 Through tickets to all points in the United States. Canada and Mexico. CONNECTIONS: Jerome Junction with U. V. & P. By f6r Jerome; P. & E. Junction with P. <5? E. R R. for Huron and Mayer; Mayer with stage to Crown King and other mining points: i Prescott with Btage lines for all principal , raining camps; Congress Junction with Sir»ge lines for Congress, Harqua Ilu'a, Stant’dn and Yarnell: Hot Springs Junction with the C. C. H. S. <£ I. Co., for Castle Creek. Hot Surirgs, the all-year-round health resort; Phoenix with theM. &P. AS. R, Y. R. R. for points on the I S. P. System. " E. W. GILLKTT, , H. P. VNEWALT, General Agent. Gen. Frt. & Bass. Agt. Phoenix. Prescott Arizona. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Os Sterling Oil Company. Article 1. The undersigned, Carl Alex. Johnson, Oscar Eugene Farish, Jackson B. Young, Langdon C. Eas ton, Sterling Catlin Lines, hereby asso ciate ourselves together and execute these articles of incorporation for the purpose of forming a corporation un der the laws of the Territory of Ari zona, the name of which corporation shall be “Sterling Oil Company,” and its principal place of business shall ne at Phoenix, Maricopa county, Territory of Arizona, with a branch office in Los Angeles, California. Article 11. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by saitj corporation is; To buy, lease, and otherwise acquire, to hold, and own, manage, operate, develop, improve, mortgage, cell and otherwise dispose of lands, concessions, franchises and rights-of-way, mining claims, mineral rights, oil wells and other real estate and personal prop erty, stocks and bonds and rights in any of said properties. To engage in and carry on the bus iness of boring, drilling, digging, tun neling and exploring for,producing and i refining, distilling, treating and man -1 ufacturing, piping, carrying, handling, storing, dealing in, buying and selling [ oils, petroleum, natural gas, asphal > turn,* bitumen, bituminous rock and " other minerals and hydro-carbon ~ substances and products of all such , substances; and for such purposes to buy, lease and otherwise acquire, hold, f own, manage and operate, sell and otherwise dispose of refineries, pipe lines, tanks, cars, manufactories, ma chinery, wharves, steam and sailing vessels, for water transportation and other works, property and appliances, . franchises and rights-of-way that may r be incident or auxiliary to said busi i ness, or that may be deemed necessary ' or convenient by the board of direct -7' ' ■ , ors. . As factor, also as agent: To engage in > and carry on the business of boring, drilling, digging, tunneling, and ex -1 ploring for, drilling, treat ing, manufacturing, piping, carrying, handling, storing, dealing in, buying and selling oils,petroleum, natural gas, asphaltum, bitumen, bituminous rock and other minerals and other hydro carbon substances and products of such substances. Also to buy, lease and otherwise ac quire, hold, use, deal in, sell and otherwise dispose of franchises, rights of-way, patent rights, and licenses of rights under patent rights pertaining to any such purposes. Also to establish and carry on agen cies. offices, stores, storage tanks and houses, and to buy and sell articles and nroducts manufactured by itself and ;other persons or corporations in the states and territories of the United t ' i ■***»,«*« • •' States of America and in foreign coun tries. Also to purchase and otherwise acquire, hold, sell and otherwise dis pose of the capital stock, notes and bonds of Other corporations. ■ Article 111. The amount of the cap ital stock of said corporation shall be three hundred and fifty thousand dol lars, which shall be divided into t- md fifty thousand shares of the par Value of one dollar per share which shall be sold Within twenty years from the date hereof at such jpricfcs as may be determined by the board of directors and when sold or subscribed and issued, shall be deem ed fully paid up and non-assessable forever. ? • ’ > Article IV. This corporation shall commence business within a reason able time after its articles of incorpo ; ration shall have been filed with coun ty recorder of said Maricopa county, and its term of existence shall be twen ty-five years from the date of filing its articles of incorporation. > Article V. The affairs of this corpo ration shall be conducted by a board of directors composed of five who shall be elected annually on the third Tuesday of July of each year, and until such election shall have been held Carl Alex. Johnson, Oscar Eugene Farish. Jackson B. Young, Langdod C. Easton, Sterling Catlin Lines shall act as directors. Article Vi. The Highest amount q£ indebtedness and liability to which this corporation shall subject Itself shall be the 'Sum of ten thousand dol , lars. Article VII. The private prop<srt£ of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from the debts of this corporation. * These articles of incorporation may be amended by a two-thirds vote of the stockholders of this corporation at any regular meeting of the stockholders, or at any meeting specially called for tfiat purpose, and said amendments shall be filed with the county recorder of said Maricopa county and published as required by law. Witness our hands and seals this 14th day of June A. D. 1900, , (In duplicate) PARL ALEX. JOHNSON (Seal) OSCAR EUGENE FARISH (Seal) JACKSON B. YOUNG (Seal) LANGDEN C. EASTON (Seal) STERLING CATLIN LINES (Seal) State of California, ss. County of Los Angeles. Before me, Emmet E. Wilsoij, a no tary public in and for the county Los Angeles, state of California, on this day personally appeared Carl Alex. Johnson, Oscar Eugene Farish, Jack son B. Young, Langdon C. Easton and Sterling Catlin Linps, known to me to be the persons whose names are sub scribed to the foregoing articles of in corporation of the Sterling Oil Com pany, and severally, each for himself, acknowldged to me that he executed the same for the purposes and consid eration therein expressed. / My copamjssion expires January 22, 1901. ' ' ’ - Givpn qnfier my hand and seal of of fice this 14th day of June A. D. 1900. (Seal) EMMET E. WILSON, Notary Public in and for Los An geles county, state of California. (Five 2c revenue stps. Cai),) Territory of Arizona gs. ' County of Maricopa : I, F. W .Sheridan, county recorder in and for the county and territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original articles of incorporation filed and recorded in my office on the 16th' day of June, 1900 in book No. 1 Articles of at page and that the same is a full, true and ’ correct copy of such original and of th« whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of this 16th day of June 1900. ' (Seal) F. W. SHERIDAN. ( County Recorder. 10c I. R. stamp can. | Filed in the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 16tli day of June A. D. 1900 at 3 p. m. ‘ C. H. AKFRg, Secretary of Arizona. By H. R. Tritle, Asst. ’ First publication June 28, 1900. PASTURAGE NOTICE Notice h hereby given that I have in pr.stnre on El Rancho Hunhda, about 2 miles northwest of Mesa City, Maricopa ' County. Arizona, the following described animals upon which pasturage bill ii clue and unpaid: 1 sorrel marc, weight about 1050 lbs branded ace of clubs on left hip, no white feet: with young colt (filly) white feet, stcr on tace. * ‘ 1 Bay Mare, weight aboifc 1060 btanded same as above black feet, witb young colt (horse.) 1 1 Sorrel Filly—yearling—no brands. Stock put in about Oct. 20, 1897, by Wm Houston. Amount due s6bso. The owner is requested to come for ward and pay charges or s*ock will bq sold to pay pasturaite bill. "* K - * A B PR[TCHAR|).