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r TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1908.
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Do You Deliberately Torture Yourself
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Alive by Neglecting Your Stomach?
Remedy Free For the Asking.
A great outcry has arisen during the
last few years against scientists who
torture dumb animals alive in the in
terests of science. How many people
are there, howeevr, who" needlessly
torture themselves by causing their
stomachs to overwork. Dyspepsia, in-
ilir...-fi.n kaaihnpn EluantaDunaea Inaa
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of vim and energy are the Inevitable
Are you one of these?
Why not give your stomach a rest?
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will re
lieve your stomach of all its work and
do it for vou. They are compounded j .
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normal health, aseptic pepsin, malt
diastase and like Ingredients.
Dr. Richardson in writing a thesis
on treatment of dyspepsia and indiges
tion, closes his remarks by saying:
"For those suffering from acid dys
pepsia, shown by sour, watery risings,
or for flatulent dyspepsia shown by
gas on stomach, causing heart trou
ble and difficult breathing, as well as
for all other forms of stomach trouble,
the safest treatment is to take one or
two of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets af
ter each meal. J advise them because
they domain no harmful drugs, but
are composed of valuable digestives,
which act promptly upon the food eat
en. I never knew a case of indigestion
or even chronic dyspepsia which
Stuart's Tablets would not reach."
Cheap cathartic medicines claiming
to cure dyspepsia and indigestion can
have no effect whatever in actively
digesting the food, and to call any
cathartic medicine a cure for indiges
tion is a misnomer.
Kvery druggist in the United1 States
and Canada sells Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets, and they ate not only the
safest and most successful but the
most scientific of any treatment for
Indigestion and stomach troubles.
Free sample on application.
At all druggists. 1'rice 50c a box.
Or address F. A. Stuart Co.. 150 Stuart
IJldi,'.. Marshall, Mich.
NEW LIFE PUT INTO
HIE CATTLE MARKET
H. M. Lewis, Representing the South
western Packing Co Set the Pace
for Better Prices.
The man with the hoe has been hav
ing his inning in this valley for a year
or so and has got things fixed so he
expects to stay at the bat for a long
time to come. Now it is the cattle
man's turn. He hasn't been doing so
badly for Uvo or three years past,
though things have been Just a little
slow so far this winter. That is to. say
he has not been able to sell his cattle
for the fancy price he thought they
ought to bring in this era of high
prices, so he has been holding on. But
the ice broke a day or two ago and the
spring thaw proper has set in. The
man with ihe fine herd on pasture can
float away to market on a rising tide.
"The 'Brightest Magazine in America"
Area't you tired of reading the ordinary, editor-befogged magazine? Wouldn't some
thing really new and bright and clean and full of life interest you ? If you could buy this
sort of a magazine, packed and crammed every month with all the brisk, snappy vital things
of the time a new magazine with a new idea back of it andva new way of presenting that
idea a bright magazine that simply crackles with interest and entertainment on every page
a magazine that everyone in the family would like wouldn't you welcome it as a re lief?
strikes the new note in magazine making. It's the very magazine you have been looking for. It's alive!
It's original! The best writers write for it; the best artists make pictures for it.
The New Broadway is totally different from any other magazine in the world and that's why it
stands forth as the most pronounced publishing success of recent times. Every month thousands of new
names are placed on the Broad wav subscription list and thousands of new buy
" Pari, the American's Playground,"
by Vance Thompson.
"Life and Luxury in Metropolitan
Clubs," by John Gilmer Speed.
"Stuyvesant Fish: Financial House
Cleaner," by Lindsay Denison.
And every article, story, verse and picture emphasizes the new idea the live, virile, human interest idea
which makes Broadway " The Brightest Magazine in America." . -
AT YOUR NEWSDEALERS, if he is the bright, up-to-date kind -if he isn't, change newsdealers. 1 5 CENTS
All this is stated because cattle after
hanging around four cents ail winter.
a day or two ago jumped to four and a
Quarter. Not the biggest raise in the
world but it means $2.50 on a thousand
pound steer and that alone is not a bad
margin. It came about through a desl
consummated by H. M. Lewis repre-
J Renting the Southwestern Packing
company of Los Angeles. Mr. Lewis is
one of the best known buyers in the
territory and he is working for the
buyer, not the seller, but he is disposed )
to do the right thing ai:d when he s?es
cattle that are worth the raonev and
tne market will just fy it, he does not
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hesitate to give the grower the benefit
; ul ii. nie wit rouinwesiern racK-
ing company is not a charitable insti
tution it is entitled to the credit of set
! ting the pace in this instance and doing
I a good turn for the man 1th the long
T , ,
Mr. Lewis came here a month ago, as
did some of the other buyers, and they
have been picking up such bunches-? of
cattle as they could get for four cents
or mere auout. tne cattle owner.!
however were firm. They wanted more
money aiul felt sure they would get it
before spring. J. J. Casey had a herd
on his pastures that looked good to all
of them but Mr. Casey insisted that he
was not in the business entirely for
his health. .He had as fine a herd as
evr congregated in the valley and he
knew it. He had given them good at
tention and proposed to be rewarded
for his trouble. Mr. Lewis like the oth
ers gazed upon them with envious eyes
and felt w.ty down In his heart that
good cattle ouglU tc bring more than
four cents under present conditions.
Casey's herd were top notchcrs and he
needed them in his business so he de
cided to shove tho market .up a quarter
and get the cream of the stock mean
time giving the cowman some reward
for his enterprise. He closed up with
Mr. Casey for 800 head at $4.25.
It didn't take this news more than a
piece of a day to get into circulation
among the cattle owners and the other
buyers had to meet the conditions. It
was no longer an argument about
price, for standard cattle, but a little
contest about who could get the best
choice of stock ot the new market
figure Yesterday W. K. Hitchcock,
buyer for Julius Ohls of San Bernar
dino, got the ear of Dwight B. Heard
long enough to close a contract for 550
head at $4.25 and there may have been
other sales. If not ther? doubtless will
be very soon and there will be close
rivalry until the prime cattle are all
The Casey cattle are not all for im
mediate delivery but are to jx taken in
Installments in the next seventy days.
A good sized trainload of cattle went
out last night for the coast, made up of
previous purchases. Mr. Lewis shipped
six cars to the Southwestern Pocking
company. George Hoskins shipped six
cars to Hardy of San Diego, and Lon
Harmon shipped a number to the
Hou-.ser Packing company.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to return our thanks to
friends and neighbors and to the mem
bers of the A. O. IT. W. lodge and the
Phoenix Fire Department for expres
sions of sympathy and kindly courte
sies since our bereavement in the
death of Mrs. ProopSr-ouivwJfe and sis
ter respectively. HARRY PROOFS.
J. B. Hl'LSMAN.
ew BROADWAY Maaazme
ers call for it at the news-stands. You will be a Broadway enthusiast when
you know what it is. Look at this brief synopsis of the March contents :
American Soldiers in the
By Rupert Hughes. A bright, vigorous
article about our National Guard, told in
stirring style and illustrated with snappy,
interesting photographs. Every young
man in the country ought to read it.
From camp skylarking to routine drill it
has the appeal of young blood about it.
Society Goes a-Dancing
in all its metropolitan luxury and folly,
and Gertrude Lynch gives a golden ac
. count of its functions. Thirty balls every
night of the New York season ! Some
of them costing as high as $25,000!
Every woman will want to read this
But this is a mere glimpse of BROADWAY'S brightness. Altogether
there are 10 articles, 9 pieces of fiction, and 150 pictures and photographs
in this March number. Among other contributions are :
'J. G. Brown: Painter of Humble
Folk," by VV. Howard Standish.
'One Actress with An Idea," by
Harris Merton Lyon.
'The Idiot on Broadway," by John
AT CITY MISSION
Young Woman Found in Awful Con
dition with Scabies Body a Mass
of Sores from Scratching Tried
Many Remedies for Seven Weeks
Result Was Discouraging, But
YIELDED TO CUTICURA
" While I was doing missionary work
In the lower portion of several cities I
found it necessary to know a little of
the eflieacv of a few medicines and
after a while I found that a little knowl
edge of Cuticura was alxut all I needed.
One of t he very bad cases I had to deal
with was that of a young woman who
had come to us not only broken in
spirit but in a most awful condition
physically. Our doctor examined her
and told us that she had scabies (the
itch), incipient paresis, rheumatism,
etc., brought on from exposure and the
effects of her ragged-e-dged life. Her
poor body was a mass of sores from
scratching and she was not able to
retain solid food. We tried many things,
a good tonic was proscribed and baths
with a rubbing of lard and sulphur. We
worked hard for seven weeks and you
can imagine how discouraged we were
when. aftr all that time, we could see
so little improvement. One day I hap
pened to see a Cuticura advertisement
telling bow a little baby had been
cured of a bad case of skin eruption,
and although I had but ninety-seven
cents with me. I bought a cake of Cuti
cura Soap and a bottle of Cuticura
Resolvent. When I reached borne I
was like a child with a new toy, and we
bathed our patient well and gave her a
full dose of the Resolvent. She slept
that night better than she had since
she had been with us and the next day
I located the price of a box of Cuticura
Ointment. I am not exaggerating
when I say that in exactly five weeks
this young woman was able to look for
a position, being strong enough to work
and full of ambition. In another
month she left the home, and now has
a good position in a nice family where
she is respected and is strong and well.
You mav refer any one you wish to me,
personally. Laura Jane Bates, 85
Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y., Mar. 11,
Complete ETtemat and Intern! Treatment for
Eyery Humor of Infants, children, and Adults, ron
BWtJ of Cuticura Stwin 25c lo Cleanse trie Skin.
Cuticura i intmnt 60c.) lo Heal the skin, and Cuu
eura R-lvent 5ltc.i. tmr In llie torn) of Chocolate
Coated Fills. 2Zc per vial of ufii to Purify the blood.
Sold throughout the world. Hotter Lrug Cbem.
Corp Sole Props - Hoston. Ma.
rUaUed I ree. cuueura Book on Skin DKeuss.
Bran bread, fresh every day at the
Phoenix Bakery. 10c a loaf.
THE TRUANT OFFICER
ROUNDING 1HFM LP
Charitable People Are Asked to Help
the Cause Along With Clothing.
Truant Officer John Slankard is
busily engaged in rounding up delin- '
When Standard Oil was
Fined $29,000,000 -
Herbert N. Casson gives a remarkable
word picture of the most vivid and dram
atic moment in the history of business
law together with a character sketch of
Kenesaw Mountain Landis and a host of
inside facts about the Standard Oil
The Gentlemen Martyrs
By Richard Le Gallienne. The final in
stalment of a story that has set the
magazine-reading world agog. Twelve
murders in one night by twelve New
York clubmen, belonging to a mysteri
ous society called "S. S. A. N."! It is
farce, satire, and mystery rolled into one.
quent children and their parents as
well. The authorities are, determined
that nothing but sickness and death
shall stand In the way of a child of
school age and an education. If the
parents are unable to provide books
and clothlnsr It will be seen that they
are provided. The books may be fur
nished If necessary out of the public
funds, and the sympathies of charit
able people will be worked upon for
supplies of clothing.
At some of the schools there are
small stocks of clothing, that is, sec
ond hand clothing, but more is desir
ed and an appeal made for more; for
at least thirty children. It may be left
at the offices of Miss Gilchrist of the
Associated Charities at 119 West Ad- I
ams street or at the Salvation Army i
The truant officer finds many
strange reasons why children nre not i
at school. He discovered In one Mex- j
lean family yesterday a houseful of
children of school age and when he !
spoke to the father about it he said
that thev were at home with the ap- i
proval of the teacher. The officer did I
not believe it and desired document-
ary proof. The father triumphantly j
produced a paper signed by the princi- j
pal of one of the schools, setting forth j
in detail that information had been i
furnished that there was daily and !
hourly expectation of an addition to I
the family and that the services of the (
eldest child, a girl of thirteen, were
required at home.
The officer pointed , out that this !
was not a blanket privilege for the j
rest of the brood to stay away from j
school: that however important and
Interesting the expected event, the ;
school -authorities could not contein-
plate that the presence at home of the j
half dozen other children, ranging i
from six to eleven years of age, was an !
WESTERN MIlMts mND COTTON.
Prices of Leading Stocks
it the Close
filnck Mountain ?.
Butte and London SH
Denn Mining Z
Sup. Pitts 17,
Woi. and Arizona 2Vi
Greene Cananea . x
G. O. S 57,
Cumb. Ely . : 74
Hup. and Boston 2 '4
Butte and Arizona". 4S
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wiv Lmminion ;it,'
(North Butte r.uii
I Calumet and Arizona !'!
j Butte Coal :i;
Arizona Commercial 194
I Shannon 11
Globe Consolidated 714
j May ln.50
. I. T. Hosey. broker stocks bonds,
' Train and cotton. . -Orctf rs on any x-
! change promptly executed. Phone or
! call. Phone main 232, 40 North First
Street. Phoenix. Ariz.
"Co-sinners" by Annie Hamilton
" The Eclipse of the Oracle," by Porter
Verses by Bliss Carman, Chas. Buxton
Going, Clinton Scollard, and others.
LARGE SHIPMENT OF
Trunks and Bogs
f HAMILTON BROS.
I PIANO TUNERS
Orange, garden and alfalfa land.
120 acres fine range land, $60 per acre.
40 acres first-class orange land, $80
per acre. 160 acres alfalfa, garden or
nursery land with private ditch, con
tinuous flow, 100 acres cultivated,
signed up in resevoir. $30 per acre,
F. J. BARR, 4 WEST ADAMS ST.
I Donofrio's Cactus Candy in my pan
And find it a friend in need.
It has saved me from many troubles
And proved a friend indeed.
Painless removal of
Corns, 50 cents each.
Bunions, Moles, and
Warts removed by
ing Toenails a spe
cialty. Men, Ladies and Children
treated day or evenings. Opposite
Republican office. Phone Red 72.
At Atascador, American Colony, Tam
pico. Mex., East Coast and Gulf of
Mexico, rich prairie and timber land,
$7.50 per acre. 'Plenty of rain; pure
water; perfect title. School and Sun
day school. Call on or address W. H.
Greene. 607 X. 1st St.. Phoenix. Ariz.
THE HOFFMAN CIGAR
8TAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND
Corner Broaaway 6V Center.
Scott's Santal-ftpsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
f or Inflammation or Catarrh
of the Bladder and Uiseassd
Kidneys. No cure no pay.
Cures quickly and Perma
nently the worst eaes of
Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no
matter of how long stand
ing. Absolutely harmless
Sold by druggists. Price
l.no. or by mail, postpa'd,
?! 00, 3 boxes $2.76.
THE SANTAL-PEPSIN CO.
ELVEY HULETT. AoenU.
B. T. GILLETT
Importer and dealer In feralan
and domertio eletha.
17 West Adams St.
Phaiw Red 711,
I. T. Hosey Broker
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN
Wo buy or sell anything
llttd for you
40 N. First St. Phoenix
Phono Main 232
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I NEW LOCATION I
Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co.,
N Arizona's Leading House Furnishers
MEANS MUCH TO YOU
It means a positive saving on every pur
chase you make at this time It means a
saving on the household necessities, on
the staple "little things and fixens" for
which w are recognized as headquarters,
as well as on furniture, Carpets, Rugs, etc.
NtW GOODS are arriving daily Spring
purchases as well as merchandise ordered
for the new store You know the story
disappointment, unfinished building, tem
porary artangement of stock in our Jialf
expected space. LET US STORE PART OF
SURPLUS WITH YOU AT A SACRIFICE:
Do you know that you get 10 per
cent discount on new and second hand
Furniture, Stoves and Ranges at Mor
den's Second Hand Store? 401-405-407
East Washington St Phone Black 64.
French No. 44696. American No. 25438.
First premium at last Territorial Fair.
I also own two Hill Jacks. Will
stand for the season of 190S at Am
brose Corral, Five Points.
TERMS AS FOLLOWS:
Stallion, season, In
Jacks, season in
WOLF SACHS, Owner.
357 N. Fourth Ave.
MASS1E IS STILL AT THE SAME
Massie has second hand goods.
Massie has new goods.
Massie Has new blankets.
Massie has new comforts.
Massie has new mattresses.
Massie has new rugs.
Massie has new mattings.
Massie has new piliows.
Massie has new shades.
Massie has new springs.
Massie has second hand beds. "
Massie has second hand dressers.
Massie has second hand stoves.
Massie has second hand machines.
Massie has second hand rugs.
Massie has second hand guns.
Massie has second hand pistols.
Massie has book cases.
Massie has tin ware.
Massie has granite ware.
Massie has enameled ware.
Massie has chairs.
Massie has rockers.
Massie is the man.
Massie is open for business.
Massie will buy all your goods.
Massie will treat you right.
Massie's for best prices.
Massie, the second hand man.
Massie, 32-34 West Wash. St.
Massie's phone is Main 351.
A resort for gentlemen. The
original BUDWEISER BEER
FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop.
TYPEWRITER, COPYIST, NO
Phone Red 1S92.
Room 11. O'Neill Bldg.
A I II. I II
Donofrio's "Crystallized Cactus Can
dy" wher'er you're found,
I love you thru and thru.
There's nothing all the world around,
One half as sweet as you.
I List of Property for
Estate J. Ernest Walker,
North of section 20,
S.E. of S.E. of Sec.
33, 3 north,
K. Vt of the S.E. of
Sec. 5, 3 X.
S.E.14 of Sec. 2. 3 north.
north, 2 east.
S.E. hi of Sec. 19, 1
106 2-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 In
terest In W. of Sec. 2. 1 X, 4 east.
53 1-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 In
terest In X.W. of Sec, 14. 1 X. 4
53 1-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 In
terest in E. Vs of X.W. & N.E. i
of S.W. of Sec. 17, 1 X. 1 east.
160 acres. S.W. 4 of the X.W.
& X.W. of the S.W. of Sec 10,
and the X.E. of the S.E-U & the
S.E. X of X.E. of Sec. 9, 1 S, 3 W.
160 acres. S.E. 14 of Sec 12. 1 S,
160 acres. X.E. 14 of X.W. 14 and
X.W. of X.E. 14 or Sec 21, 1 S, 4
160 acres. X.E. 14 of Sec. 21, S S
of range 9.
Lots 28, 30, 32. 34, blk. D, Univer
Lot 4. block 75, Phoenix.
Lot 34, Hooper's Sub-division.
Lot 3. block 24, Churchill Add.
Lots 10 and 12, blk. 3, Montgomery
Lot 5. block 3, Calderwood Add.
Lots 3 and 4, blk. 9, Mont. Add.
Lot 3, block 3. Porter and Baxter
Lot 10, blk. 3, Porter and Baxter
Lots 8 and 9, blk. 20, Collins Add.
Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, block 3. Capitol
75 feet off the east end of lot 10,
blk. 3, Calderwood, and 95 ft. off the
south end of lot 2, blk. 9, Montgomery
Personal Property at Office.
14 doz. folding cots, 1 doz. folding
stools, all new, never have been un
done. 750 lbs. 1 Inch Manila rope, new.
Camp cooking utensils.
Two sets double harness, new.
One ' frame 3-room cottage at Iron
One full set of extra fine surveying
instruments, steel tape, 100 ft. and
chain, pins, etc.
One Oliver Typewriter.
One case of mineral specimens.
One iron wheelbarrow (new).
Two brick wheelbarrows (new).
Blacksmith's forge, one anvil.
30 gallons mixed paints, mineral.
One buggy pole.
One grind stone. ,
One 60 horse power gasoline engine,
Information In regard to above pro
perty, can be obtained from D. D.
Horning at the Walker office at 14-1
So. Second avenue.
By order of
F. H. EXSIGX, Trustee,
of J. E. Walker Estate In Bankruptcy,
Jan. 28, 1908.
, TREES AND PLANTS
j- AT WAGNER'S NURSERY.
Umbrella trees 21c each and up
Ash trees lc each and up
! Mulberry trees 5c each and up
Rose bushes.. 5c each and up
Fruit trees 20c each and up
Ornamental Fan and Date Palms....
5c each and up
5 varieties Hedge plants, 5c each up
Grapes 5c each and up
My fruit trees have been inspected
by proper authority. It will pay you
to come and see me at the nursery,
14 of a mile south of Eastlake park, R.
F. D. No. 1.