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THE AHIZONA REPUBLICAN: FBIDAY MOBNTNG, MAY 24, 1901
No other article used in
the domestic economy
of the household has
so many enthusiastic
friends among the house
keepers of America.
The great popularity and general use of the
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The " Royal Haker and Pastry Cook"con
taining over 800 most practical and valuable
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NEWS OF THE
N O RT H
Pres.Aott. May 21. (Special corre
spondence oT The Republican.) -Attorney
J. C. Fores prosecuted the suit
against the two Bmnllpox quarantine
cafes who were running the country
at large between Prchcott. McCabe and
Arh Fork on Saturday lest, and this
jidvocato of Arizona law succeeded In
"having1 the defendants flned $100 and
costs In Justice Moore's court.
It seems that there were two small
pox patient.' quarantined at McCabe,
and Mrs. James Rroyles of Ash Fork
was visiting relatives at McCabo at the
time quarantine was declared, and
wished to get back to her home. Her
husband came to fetch her, but not be
ing allowed Inside the quarantine lines
came In to Piescott -wheie he Hecured
a rig from Kurtner and riding hnck" to
McCabo. boldly secured hl wlfo and
they drove away together. They
boarded the P. & E. train and returned
to Ash Fork. The county ollldnl.s being
notified of the nffalr. Deputy Sheriff
Al Marsh followed them to Ash Folk
and brought them back here for tilal.
The funeral of the late Millie Itobblns,
a school girl who was Just budding Into
womanhood, took place Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock from the Potts resl
(lenre In West Present t. The mother
f the young girl dltd yesterday morn
ing the shock of her child' death prov
The long looked for car
of Crockery is here and
we can supply all friends
and customers who have
waited so patiently. We
shall be glad to have you
call; tt ,j
Dorris Bros. Furniture Co.
22 to 28 West Washington Street.
No other article of food
has received such em
for purity and whole
someness from the most
BAKINQ POWDER CO.r1D0 WILLIAM STREET, NEW
ing too much for her to bear up under,
her condition being much weakened by
the same disease which carried off her
daughter1 pneumonia. Another daugh
ter, Susie, who was nt one time married,
but Is now separated from her husband,
and who has a little child. Is also a
victim of the same dread lllnejs, hut her
condition was reported to be Improv
ing this morning. The funeral of the
mother took place thlii afternoon, nlso
from the Potts residence. Some very
beautiful floral emblems were noticed
at both theso funerals, a number of
which were made by Mrs. H. 'E. A'rmlt
ago from her grcenhoure bloswrns, with
the addition of carnations received
A man named Miller, raid to have an
Inmate of the territorial In.'nnc asylum,
who recently escaped from there, was
brought In from McCabo on Saturday
last and Is In custody here on account
of appearing to be In n mentally unbal
On Sundmy three wagon loads of tour
ists 'from the southern portion of the
teirltory passed -through hcie en route
to the Grand canyon of the Colorado
and from thence to Salt Lake. From
all appearances lher. people were thor
oughly enjoying their novel experience.
A man named L,. K. Oyster, yard
master at the Ash Fork station of the
S. F. P & P. raXway, was run over and
Instantly killed by 11 F.inta Fe engine
at midnight last night while standing
on the track taking the numbernof cars J
on an adjoining track'. lie had Jus
back turned to the rapidly approaching
engine, nnd failed to we It until It
He was a .single man, having one
TO SHOW GOODS
Avoid the imitation powders. Theyare sold
cheap because they are made from alum.
Hut alum is a poison dangerous to use in food.
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brother at Williams, Arizona, and an
other In Alliance, Ohio, from which city
he had come to Arizona to reside. The
Inquer.t wis held at six o". lock tonight
and the body was taken to Ash Fork
for thnt purpose. Ills brother has been
The committee On literary entertain
ment and exercises for the coming
mammoth Fourth of July celebration
here have Just tent a letter of Invita
tion to Senator Ives of Yuma to be
pesent to deliver the oration of the oc
casion. The committee In whose hands
this special feature of the celebration Is
In charge isi composed o'f Messrs. Joe
Dillon, II. D. AltkenandPror.nilllngs
burst. We hope to have at least Ave
hundred Phoenicians, i counting those
who mn,y be 'sojourning nt Iron Sprlngn,
to visit our little city (a second Phoe
nix) cf which wo are Justly proud, and
Invite Inspection of the manner In
which we have "risen from nshttt" In
les?r. tHan one year fiom the date of the
At six o'clock this evening the fire
alarm was sounded, and from mere
for-oof haiblt running 'feet were turned
In the direction, of "Whiskey Row" and
the Scopel bind;, but after a few min
utes It was ascertained that the resi
dence occupied by Itev. Fred Bennett
pn Union street was In flames. Mr.
Uennett was not at home at the time,
and only an Ived after most of the dam-
age had been done. However many
willing hands helped to get out most of
me uookb anu otner valuable?, rrwm
the burning dwelling, and most of tho
damage was done by wntcr.
Mire. enco. woosteu.
The moat miserable beings In the
world are those suffering from Dyspep
sia, and Liver Complaint. More than
seventy-five pr cent of the people In
the United States are afflicted with
these two diseases and their effcts;
such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache,
Habitual Costlveness, Palpitation of
the Heart, Heartburn, WaK.erbrash,
Gnawing and Burning Pains at the Pb
of the Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated
Tongue and Disagreeable Taste In the
Mouth, Coming up of Food after Eat
ing Low Sp.Vlts, etc. Go to your Drug
gist and get a bottle of August Flower
for 75 cents. Two doses will relieve
you. Try it. Get Green's Prize Al
manac. Wakelln'a Pharmacy and T
MATTERS C51 RECORD.
The following Instruments, reported
by the Phoenix Title Guaranty and Ab
stract company were filed In the office
of the county recorder yesterday:
J. Ernest Walker et ux to J. C. Was
son, deed to b!ks 16-21 Inclu and 28-33
inclu. Sidney, Ariz.; consideration, J500.
J. E. Ernest Walker to J. C. Was
son, deed to s1, sec 18. nw!4. se; 19, tp
1 s, r 4 w; consideration, $1,000.
F. N. Cocke et ux to George F. Co:ke
and George H. Christian, deed to w4,
w. e',&, sec 24; n, nw4, nw neH.
sec 23, and selA, seV4, sec 23, tp 1 s, r
5 w; consideration J1G.375.
Southern California Savings bank to
George II. Christian, deed to w, w',4,
e'4, sec 24; nb, nwU, nwK, ne4, sec 25,
and eeVt, sett, sec 23, tp 1 s, r 5 w; con
TAMPA CIGAR WORKER3 OUT.
Seeking to Compel Manufacturers to
Repair a City Bridge.
Tampa, Fla., May 23. A strlkeotCOOO
cigarmakers was inaugurated here to
day, the caus; being moat unique. For
two dixy past a bildgc connecting
Tampa with the western sunurbs lias
been broken and the men hal to wait
for ferry boats. This was .slow and un
satisfactory. Those employed on ibe
west side got together and sought lo
comr'il the rr.Unufa':turers to 'nng In
fluence to bear for the purpose of hav
ing the bridge repalied, To tiis end
they decided to strike.
The best pait of the Klmberly dia
mond fields covers nine acres only.
THE TOWN OF BAFFORD
Intellectual and' Ttfaterial Progress
Going on at a Great Sate.
Snfford, AtIz., May 20. (Special cor
respondence of The Republican.) Tlie
ladles of Safford are wide-awake and
energetic, and are In touch wiltli the
most progressive movements In the
country for the elevation of woman
hood. They hnvft been organized into
a club for a long time, nnd Intend to
keep abreast In every step of advance
ment. They have chosen the name of
the giant cactus, Sahuara, as their
cognomen. iWhnt's In a name? A
rose would wmell as sweet If called a
violet. This plant, whose title they
have adopted, ds the pride of Arizona,
standing forty or fifty feet high and
Is nB large nround as amnn's body. It
flourishes on sleeping lands, proclaim
ing to the world strength to stand the
storms, courage to face the strongest
winds, great heights to which It may
aspire and vast -possibilities which It
may develop. This club could not have
chor-en a more approprlnto name. It Is
destined to exercise an unlimited power
over the nffalrs of this country, and
help to mould the opinions of th think
ing class. In It the Commercial club
will find a most helpful ally In matters,
pertaining to the uplifting and im
provement of the town. The flower
they have chosen is one of the most
delicate and beautiful In blossom land.
Ita .white wax-like petals are symbol
ical, o'f truth and Its jpotlesH bloom a
type "of purity: a fitting emblem for
those women to cherish who not only
are Intent upon Intellectual Improve
ment, social nnd moral elevation, but
have In 'view the betterment of human
ity around them. Their flower Crowns
the r.ummlt of the Sahuara plant. The
very best women of the town are mem
ber:". Soma of them have had training
In club work In other cltlen. Thqy have
no time-for Idle gossip or envious re
marks, 'but realize the mighty respon
sibility of living and the powerful force
(it environment. The motto Is, "Tho.
greatest good to the greatest number."
The colors are crimson and while, aptly
Illustrating warmth o,r cordiality and
Parliamentary drills are given, con
stitutional knowledge acquired and
lending questions of the day are din-
cussed. 'Mis. Nation nnd her methods
provpd quite an Interesting subject
that brought forth many new Ideas.
The opinion prevailed, however, that If
her proceedings were causing agitation
and awakening the people Into activity
none should sit In judgment upon her
manner of procedure.
The "New Historical Novel" was also
discussed, and the Impression was left
that Jt Is an embellished dime novel,
and has a tendency to lower the moral
tone of Its readers, and blunt the finer
The Commercial club of Safford
bought a large plat of ground and made
a city park of it. The roll was plowed
nnd trees have been set out In an art
Irtle manner. The band plays nicely
now, and e'ery Sunday afternoon open
nlr concerts are given which are appre
ciated by a large crowd that makes the
town appear very much citified.
Considerable improvement Is taking
place. Many of the business men are
having cement sidewalks laid before
their building The Commercial club
Is dlseusflng the ways ond means of
providing cement sidewalks, to nnd
around the school house. "We can boar.t
of one of the most handsome school
houses In the land nnd If they can see
the'r way to meet the expense of slde
wulks it will be the mot commendable
undertaking next to the erection of that
building. The trees set out on Arbor
day are growing nicely and In a few
years. It will become a beautiful shady
rohool yard. A large two story brick
building with Iron girders Is being built
j unj will be the headquarters of a well
stocked department store when finished.
School nt Safford has closed after one
of the most prosperous years In Its his
tory. Safford Is particularly fortunate
In having1 one of the Hiest, if not tho
bej't, school In the territory. The board
has offeied to their teachers. Misses
Elizabeth Caruther, Mary Tutlle. Nel
lie Covert and Mrs. Alice Davis, their
positions ufc-atn. The standard of edu
cation has been raised to equal the
woik done in the Phoenix school. The
school hoard has taken a big rtep for
ward. It wishes to hire none but ex
perienced normal whool graduates,
about 2S or 30 years of age.
The annual excursion! of Elks and
other people, numbering nbout 300,
arrived In Safford from Globe nt the
time appointed. The Commercial club
had made- arrangement to entertain
them. The streets nnd grove were at
tractively decorated and the guests
were met at the train by a committee
who had provided means to transport
them to the picnic ground?. An excel
lent program was rendered In the af
ternoon. The address of welcome 1y
Hon. Wiley E. Jones was given in his
usual happy manner. The Globe people
brought their brass hand and orchestra.
The Safford band was In evidence, too,
and it can be truthfully said that It
was a very musical and pleasant day
and a great crowd wan In attendance.
The Sahuara club assisted the Commer
cial club to make the day a most agree
able one for the guests. The ladles
looked particularly winning with their
handsome badges of crimson and white.
The guests were loud in their praiser.
of the royal manner in which they had
been entertained. They all seemed to
think Safford is the only town in this
beautiful valley. In which opinion their
Judgment can entirely be relied upon.
DISORDERS AT WEST POINT.
Report of the Investigating Board Re
ceived at the War Department.
Washington, May 23. The war de
partment has received through Colonel
Mills, superintendent of the military
academy at West Point, the report of
the board of officers which Investigated
the disorder which occurred at the
academy about a month ago as the re
sult of the Imposition by court-martial
of a severe punishment upon Cadet
Officer Ralston, for his failure to main
tain discipline at the mess tables. The
record of the court-martial In the
Ralston case has already been filed In
the war department, and Its sentence,
which Involves close confinement in
the limits of the post and much addi
tional duty, is In process of execu
tion. The department is not yet ready to
make- public the findings of the board
which Inquired Into the Insubordinate
action of the cadels, with whom Ral
ston wns a great? favorite, but Ifis be
lieved that (he exterit of the punish
ments recommended will bo the depri
vation of some of the minor privileges
dear to cadets, which can bo Imposed
without regular court-martial proceed
ings. It is not known here that nny
arrests have been made In this case.
It Is represented that there Is rather
a bad state of affairs existing nt the
military academy at present, as a re
suit of the severe disciplinary punish
ment inflicted upon nearly eighty ca
dets for an alleged serious infraction of
the regulations, nmountlng to almost
a mutiny. It Is recalled that when
Cadet Lieutenant Halston was reduced
to the ranks for having failed to re
port the misconduct of a cadet at ths
mess table, the members of the clas
became vtry indignant and behaved
iwjlsterlously. Gathering on the cam
pus and Impelled by a common feeling
of resentment toward Colonel Heln,
commnndant of cadets, whom they
blamed for Lieutenant Italston's hu
miliation, they seized a field gun nnd
trained It upon the quarters of the
enmmnndant. This conduct was un
niecedented in the history of the
academy and resulted in the arrest of
tho entire party and their subsequent
punishment according to tho regula
tions of the academy. The cadets ltave
nany Influential "friends in nnd out of
oongress, and an effort Is being made
to Induce the secretary of war to over
turn the action of the academic au
thorities and remove the stain, from
the records of the offending cadets.
PUZZLED A PIONEER
Could Not See How the legislature
Got a Quorum.
The Detroit Free Press recently pub
lished the following extract from a
"A fellow runs across some rare old
characters down in Arizona," said
"Pop" Wiggins, who recently returned
from a health restoring sojourn In
Phoenix, tho capital. Aside from Its
climate and scenic advantages, there
Is much to Interest nnd amuse the
easterner, and to my mind It offers the
most attractive field In the country to
Thinks the wife, to have the wedding ring"
slip from tiie finger. "Something is goin?
Something is haMcning. That ring 1
could hardly be pulled from the finger
when it was put there a few years ags.
Now it slips off by its own weight. How
thin the fingers have grown I And toe
fingers don't grow thin alone. How thin
the face is and bow thin the once plump
form. Almott unconsciously the wife
has been fading: and wasting away. The
strength given to children has never been
regained. Drains which should have been
stopped have been neglected.
That is a common experience -Atith
women, unless some friend has shared
with them the secret of the strengthening
and healing power of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. It regulates the periods,
dries the drains which undermine the
strength, heals inflammation and ulcera
tion, and cures female weakness, it mates
the baby's advent practically painless and
gives vigor and vitality to nursing mothers.
"words cannot ten now gniteiui I am lor
your Und advice and good medicines," writes
Mrs. fohn Cooke, of Ilastintn. Northumberland
Co, Ontario " I have been in poor health for
four vears back and this sorinsr trot so bail I
could not do ray work. I went to the doctor and
he said I had ulceration and falling of the
internal orgacs. but thought I would try our
Favorite Prescription.' I took five bottles and
three of the 'Golden Medical Discovery' and
one vial of Dr. Pierce's Tellets, and I can safely
say that I never felt better in ray life."
A Ladies Laxative Dr. Tierce's Picas
ant Pellets. One single, small pellet it s
laxative dose. .
IRON PIPE and
Valves, Packing Shafting,
Pulleys, Etc., Machine Shop
Machinery, Supplies, Etc.
and Machine Works.
25 to 33 North Second Stkeit.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Prcscott, - - Arizona.
We carry full lines of ever'
tliing. We have a big store.
We do a big business but can
When In Prcscott'lt will please us to have
tou call auil get acquainted.
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Bashford - Burraister
the story writer. -There ls certainly an
u'nworke'd mine of material In that re
gion. "The territorial legislature, which
convenes every two years, was In ses
sion, while I was In Phoenix. Now the
Arizona legislature Is not held In very
high repute by 'the average citizen,
though the frlenshlp and favor of the
distinguished solons are, of course,
Industriously cultivated by tho repre
sentatives of railroad companitw and
the professional lobbyist. The tdgn
'No Dogs Admitted,' In very largo let-.
tern occupies a conspicuous place- In
front of the capitnl building. One day
as I passed the building I noticed an
old fellow a typical frontiersman with
ths drawling accent of the born-and-bred
westerner closely studying the
edict of the canine banishment. He
scratched his head reflectively and
then soberly observed:
" 'Humph! No dogs admitted, eh?
Seems ter me they're gittin' d d ex
clusive. Wonder how In h 1 they man
aged ter git a quorum today?'
"The old rran's way of expressing his
opinion of the legislature so tickled me
that I Immediately searched for a
grassy siot to enjoy a good laugh."
Some women are so much Interested
In fashion plates that they would like
nMy, Vh.eIrT,',U!aI? 8med " thPm"
Mr. Jones Mrs. Robbs. I believe, you
are fascinated with your new boarder.
Mrs. Hobbs Fascinated? "Weil, really,
I can't keep my eyes off him; ho eats
from six to nine blivuits every meal.
ble Vlullzer.UeprewripUaaotafumotisFreocbpbysIcl&n, will qntclclrcureoa cfaJI
Drvou4ordl3MUHiof thm KoncraUVA
Ialn. la lb Back, Wraual
tTafllMaatA MHMW. l!h.a.illtnMl. TKlMWNllBHSrAlll
iuojs.u! Knteabrdarcrnlgbt. Prfreauqulclcnesaoi aacnsrfp, irnic
leads to SpenaatJrrbB and all Itie borrors of inwotencr. CtJPlUK:
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liver, the kldneyiaoil UilulsarrIMoot ali lm lUrtUes. CVriBKME
and tWcrp small WMk onrana.
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For tale by Ben I Bear, Keystone Pharmacy.
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Dr May ton says:
The English Kitchen keeps
their cook room In absolute
clean condition and the quality
of their food, together with good
service, entitles them to liberal
is our hobby. We have the equipment always In stock and don't ask
customers to 'nalt all summer. Estimates furnished on any sized Job.
All calls promptly and quickly attended to.
We are in it more than ever.
The Scoville Plumbing Co.
114 West Adams Street.
We carry the largest line of
Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Implements
and Mining Supplies, Studebaker Wagons
which we seH at bed-rock prices. We tlso made another reduction on our
closing out sale of clothing, shoes, furn. ishlng goods and hats.
GOLDMAN & CO.
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DO YOU GET UP -
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers Is sure to know cf the wonderftil
cures mace by Df.
the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
It Is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, tho emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and Is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
, lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and B right's Disease, which Is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work. In private
practice, among the helpless too pcor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
I e'ery case that a special arrangement" has
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telling more about Swamp-Root and howto
. find out If you have kidney of bladder trouble.
I Vhen writing mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and t4F-. , ,
sand your address to.
Dr. Kilmer 8c Co.,Blnp-
hamton, N, Y. The
regular fifty cent and HonMota4rop-!toot
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggist.
Emission. Nerroaa IMrikllltr, PIRl
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red by Docton taWatne M ptrcrntare troubled with PraataUIUa.
ranly to cure without nn operaUon. COuO teaUsioulals. A wrltri"
1 If tboxridne not effect a permanent cure. IUobaMlsr
:iri lit tlnvinlnla.
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for you can repair It yourself no matter how seven
the puncture or cut may be, and don't have to call
upon the repair man.
They will fit the ordinary crescent rlmt which
aro on your bicycle. Require bo cement. Just
put on and inflate and a team of oxen could net
pull them off.
Madame carhart Says:
I have patronized several of
the restaurants in Phoenix and
I have found the English
Kitchen gives the best variety
and the best service of any.
The English Kitchen Restaurant
Tom Co. 36-87 XT. First Strsst
Established in 1874.
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