THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1909.
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Our Great Closing Out
Better take Advantange of it
V. Lukin Cash Store
W. J. Kingsbury, Pres. H. G. Corson, Cashier.
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank
If you want to lend or borrow money on real
estate, see us.
WARM WEATHER DEMANDS IT
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ESTATE OFFICE ,
For 10, 20, 30, 40, CO and 80-acre or
larger tracts of land.
Also city property of all kinds.
A. B. TOML1NSON.
Loans and-Notary . Tempe, Arizona.
Gents' Klgin or' WalOiam Watches
$3.00. Fee us for bargains.
FRANK LA MONT,
Jeweler and Optometerist.
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now on sale. We carry a full
line of records.
Why le without a Phonograph
when one dollar a week buys
GOODWIN'S NOVELTY STORE
THE LAST AUTO TRIP.
Al Miller's last auto trip to Roose
velt was not quite as successful as the
many former ones he made with the
new machine. It is hardly to be ex
pected though, that a machine of any
kind will always run exactly right and
while the incidents of the last trip
were rather unpleasant for tho mem
bers of the party, .who got out and
pushed once or twice along the way.
The machine is being put in good
shape again now and will be ready for
another run todav.
MRS. HOUSE BETTER.
Miss Kathryn Howard, a trained
nurse, who has been here for some
time, taking care of Mrs. M. J. House,
returned to Phoenix yesterday. Mrs.
House is somewhat improved and Mrs.
G. L. Miller will now have charge of
BACK FROM THE EAST.
Miss Kate Kudober, a sister of Mrs.
Peter Aepli, arrived here yesterday
from Chicago. Miss Kudober made
her home with the Aeplles some four
years ago and expects -to- now remain'
here permanently. She was accompa
nied by the yourgest son of Mr. and
Mrs. Aepli who has been making" Irrs
home with her for the last four years.
Tho child underwent six operations in
that time under the care of some of
tho most noted specialists in Chicago,
and is now much Improved.
A LIVELY EXPERIENCE
WITH TEAM OF MULES
LED THEIR NEW OWNER A LONG
One of Them Had a Decided Inclina
tion to Return to Phoenix.
II. R. Schnulis hail an entertaining
experience with a newly purchased
team of mules yesterday. He went to
Phoenix in the morning and negotiated
for the' animals and in the forenoon
started for Tempe with them riding
one and leading the other. He crossed
the river at the Center street crossing
and made the trip without incident to
within a couple of miles of home.
For the sake of comfort to himself
and to avoid possible chances of the
mule he was leading, getting away, he
had tied the rope to the horn of the
saddle. The precaution, however,
proved to be his undoing for the mule
balked at a little bridge and In at
tempting to pull it across, the saddle
! cinch gave way and Mr. Schaulis was
i thrown to the ground. The mule be
ing naturally frightened at such a pro
! cedure, started down the road at a
i rapid rate. His speed was Increased
I at each jump by the saddle striking it
I on the heels. People the animal pass
ed on Its way back to Phoenix said
that all they could see was a streak
followed by a cloud of dust. Mr.
Schaulis hurried on Into town, riding
the remaining mule bareback, and se
curing a saddle horse started back aft
er the missing animal. After running
a few miles, the mule grew less fright
ened and Mr. Schaulis eventually
caught up with it and came on home.
Barring a few skinned places, where
the saddle struck the mule. It was lit
tle the worse for the experience. The
team is a fine one and Mr. Schaulis
made a good buy.
TIME AGAIN RIPE
LAST YEAR'S SUCCESS SHOULD
A Little Care on the Part of the Peo
ple of the Town Will Help Much.
It is quite time the people of Tempe
again considered the matter of a cru
sade against the dread mosquito. A
year ago when this matter was first
considered, many feared that it would
be without result and it was. rather
difficult to persuade the people to take
a hand in it and do what they could.
The city finally took It up and en
gaged the services of a man who made
the extermination of the mosquito a
business. The results are highly grat
ifying, as every one who spent last
summer here knows fully. Tempe
was in a position to boast with pride
that in addition to Its many other ad
vantages. It also enjoyed the distinc
tion of being one of the few towns In
the country that could truthfully say,
it had no mosquitoes . Of course, now
and then, a few would make their ap
pearance, but the contrast was so
marked to that of former years that
the people promptly began to take an
interest and assist as much as possible
in the extinction of the pests.
Last year's experience demonstrated
beyond all question of a doubt that
with reasonable care and precautions,
the mosquito need not be. Property
owners and housekeepers can do a
good deal toward the satisfactory re
sults of tho campaign against the
pests this season, by beginning early.
All pools of water should be thorough
ly drained and water should not be al
lowed to stand in anything outside un
less,. It is changed every few days. AH
vents to cesspools should be carefully
closed or screened and watering
troughs should be cleaned at least sev
eral times each week. A little care in
matters of this kind will have a won
derful effect and the results will be
well worth the effort.
ROUND ABOUT TOWN
Short Items About the Doings of
. .Will Abrams, M. P. Lewis of New
York and L. L. Blackwell of San Fran
cisco, were registered at the Casa
The Arizona Mercantile company has
a most attractive window display of
goods suitable for picnic dinners.
' C. A. Harding and family, who have
been spending the winter here, left
last evening for their home In Kansas.
L. S. Parr, who for some time has
been assistant agent at the M. & P.
depot, has been transferred to Phoe
Mrs. P. T. Robertson of Tuma, Is
here visiting H. Q. Robertson and fam
ily. - . x
J. P. Kdwards, who for sometime
past has been with Attorney Woolf,
has .gone to Glendale to do some work
for the Southwestern Sugar and Eeet
MrsT"W. H. Easterwood will make a
specialty of chocolate and strawberry
ice cream today.
Harley Hall, who for nearly a year
has been with the Arizona Commercial
company, has severed his connection
Cure- the Cause
Headaclfe arieea from many causes, and there are many lands
of headache. But every woman recognizes and dreads most of all
that torturing headache which is a symptom of female trouble.
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there are thousands of them,in nearly every 6tate recommend it
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Cardui is a vegetable medicine, containing no drugs or harm
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1 - fake CAR3DUE J
with that institution, and has accepted
a position with William Goodwin, tak
ing the place of Dick Montanu.
The Hyder baby is still critically ill.
There will be a meeting of the Free
Reading Room and Library association
this afternoon at three o'clock at the
A ROOSEVELT PARTY.
A party of Phoenix and Tempe peo
ple will leave here this morning for an
automobile trip to Roosevelt. ' In the
party will be Mrs. George N. Gage,
her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Nesbit of Los Angeles, Miss Gay An
derson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bur
mister, of phoenix. The run will be
made in the Burmister machine and
barring accidents, the party will return
tomorrow evening. i jJjSlfl
The Baraca class of the M. E.
Church, South, met Thursday night at
the church with a fair attendance, a
great deal of business was transacted,
and it was decided to entertain the
Philathea on May 13th at the home
of Edwin Cummings, the details of
which will be given later. On the 2th
of May the Baraca and all the' mem
bers of the church will meet at the
church to hear Dr. Hughes speak on
the subject, "The Laymen's Missionary
Society," arid a society may be organ
ized at this place at that time.
It vas also decided that the Baraca
would meet every Thursday night and
that different parts of the Bible will
be taken up and a systematic study
made of it.
Remember that the Baraca and Phil
athea classes meet at the M. E. Church,
South, on May 2nd, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Members should try' to be present if
possible. All strangers are invited.
JAS. A. BLAKLEY,
Congregational church: Sunday
school 10 a.m., J. B. Price, superin
tendent. Saturday's picnic should make
every one feel more like being in his
class. Be loyal. Public worship at 11
a.m. and 7:4a p.m. Morning theme,
"The American Problem." Heb. 11:14.
Evening theme. "The Power of Sug
gestion at the Psychological Moment,"
Josh. 1:5 Christian Endeavor meet
ing at 6'45 p.m. J. Harden, minister.
M. E. Church, Suth, S. M. Cheek,
pastor: Sunday school at 10 a.m.. E.
C Adams, superintendent. Preaching
at 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.. League at
6:4.r, p.m. Prayer meeting at 7:43 Wed
nesday evening. AVorship with us.
POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS,
1c. EACH, PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS,
15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON
Banker and Councitmen Denied New
Pittsburg, April 30. Judge Frazer
has refused applications for new
trials for former banker W. W. Ram
sey and C'puncilmen John F. Klein,
Jos. Wasson and William Brand, con
victed of grafting:
acts gcntlyyet prompt
ly on the bowels, cleanses
fle system ejectually,
assists one in overcoming
permanently. To get its
Ibenejicial effects buy
fianujacturcd by the
JTio Syrup Co.
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SALT RIVER VALLEY NEWS
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Continued from Paxe One)
markable Robbery. Following this will
be the regular monthly communion ser
vice. The evening theme will be, "How
to Be Damned." Ep worth League, 7
p. m.: topic. "Mountain-Top Experi
ences;" Luke ix., 28-36; leader, W. C.
The parsonage came near burning
this week. only, the persistent efforts
of the neighbors saving it. It is sup
posed that some one set fir to the
cotton on the road side, which spread
to the woodpile, and would soon-have
burned the house had not the neigh
bors rushed in and quenched it, with
buckets of water. Mr. Forman was in
Tempe at the time. Mrs. Forman was
In the hospital.
Mr. Forman gave an address at the
Cartwright school's closing exercises,
Friday night. The subject was "Co
operation vs. Separation."
The Sunday school picnic today will
be held at the cross-cut canal. Just
above the McDowell roart.
' Mrs. L. J. Hedgpeth is on the sick
Mrs. Matt Morrell called at Osborn
school on Thursday.
A pleasant little impromptu affalr
occurred at the home of Major and
Mrs. E. M. Lamson last Friday evert
ing. No preparations had been made
for the event, which made it all the
more enjoyable. Those who "happened
in" were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Matthie,
Mrs. M. V. Warren, Mr. and Mrs.
Michaels and Willis Warren. Mrs. Sam
Bone, Miss Fife and Miss Laura Irwin
were house guests at the time.
Mrs. J. M. Bowles and children left
for Mrs. Bowles' home in New York
city last Tuesday. She was accompa
nied by her brother, Walter Mills. Mrs.
Bowles expects to be gone until Sep
tember. Jeff Heard and Russell Tannehill
visited with David Moore Sunday af
ternoon. Miss Irma Lee spent Sunday nfght
with Helen Swiggett.
Robert Friedel and T. A. French are
building a screen sleeping room for
Mrs. Marjorie Russell, editor of The
Earth, called upon Mrs. E. F. Van
Kirk at the school last week. . -
Mr. and Mrs. Pierson returned on
Sunday evening from a few days visit
to friends in Los Angeles. While there
they saw Mrs. Lawrence and daughter,
Mrs. C. S. Evans entertained her
Sunday school class last Saturday af
ternoon. The class consists of the fol
lowing members: Benjamin Gillard,
James Gillard, Aaron Kules, Sherry
Burton, Herbert Harms, Harold Lount,
Morris Toner, . Herman DeMund, Ray
mond Seilie, Gilbert Walker and Thad
Mrs. Lyons and daughter, Willa, have
gone to Pownel, Mass.
Harry Cope was kicked by a horse
'and was unable to attend school on
Wednesday, but was not seriously in
jured. Eugenie Glascock visited with Fern
Tannehill on Friday night.
Miss Carter Heard spent Sunday
with Miss Callie Slusher.
Mr. Jones called at the school on
Wednesday to take orders for next
The Osborn school baseball team
was defeated by the Central school
Charles G. Bryan visited Phoenix on
A large load of furniture was taken
to the Mason place on Monday. Mr.
Nellis has purchased the property, and
he and his family have taken posses
sion of it. It is rumored he intends
building a nice residence soon.
Annie Moore visited with Lola and
Vera Krebs on Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Yaple and Mrs.
Carr and daughter, Aurelia, and Oscaj
Taple enjoyed a pleasant visit last
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Lockett.
John Buckley passed through ' the
district with a large load of cacti, pre
sumably for Donofrio's candy factory.'
Will Hammer, of Alhambra, was in
the neighborhood on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Barkr.T are entertain
ing Mr. Barker's father and mother.
Nancy Lee Heard and Beatrice Mil
ler spent Saturday night with Beulah
Edward and Hamilton Beecher were
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the honorees of a pleasant little party
given them by their mother, Mrs. B.
B. Beecher. last Saturday afternoon.
Misses Elsie and Blanche Comstock
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Leard a few
(Jays last week
Mrs. Jantzen visite .Osborn school on
Invitations have been issued by Mr.
and Mrs. A- W. Gregg to the eighth
grade pupils of Osborn school to a sur
prise party on their son, Wallace, Fri-
(day night. Mr. and Mrs. Gregg will
be assisted by Miss Margaret Weber.
Miss Daisy Buck was the recipient
of two beautiful souvenir spoons pre
sented by the pupils of the eighth
A pretty wedding occurred in the
girls' dormitory at the Indian school
last Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The
participants were Miss Augusta Stock
er and Amos Owisley, with Rev.
Henry M. Campbell officiating. The
room was decorated with sweet peas
and real oranire blossoms. The bridal
party stood under a wedding" bell oH
orange blossoms -and were attended by
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Snyder. Miss
Vorum played the wedding march. Mr.
and Mrs. Owisley were the recipients
of meny beautiful presents from the
employees and also from the seventh
grade pupils, who have been under her
especial care. Mrs. Owisley has taught
in the school for six years. Mr. Owls
fey is a retired business man of Pa
ducah, Ky., where he owns considera
ble property. He arrived in the city
on Sunday morning and will remain
until school is out, when Mr. and Mrs.
Owisley will go east.
O. A. Roberts dug out and captured
seven coyote pupies one day last week.
Chickens are a little safer now.
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J RURAL ROUTE NO. 3.
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Phoenix. April 30, R, C. Shiflet and
G. W. Hill were in town on business
Saturday... Mr. Shiflet had just sold
his place and was going into town to
hunt a house. Mr. Shiflet moved on
Wednesday, Ora Rennels assisting.
Everything, from the family cow to
the old setting ben, was taken along.
The neighborhood will miss the Shif
lets very much, as they were good
neighbors and took an active part in
the neighborhood doings.
.. Mr. List and family were in the city
celebrating on Saturday. Mr. List had
Just been relieved of his arduous du
ties of running the Shawver station,
and was taking a day off, also prepar
ing to begin baling hay. Mike Flynn
Is running the station now.
Mrs. Mollie Trimble and baby visit
ed at M. D. List's on Saturday.
B. S. Patterson and family visited at
R. R. Root's on Sunday.
Lin B. Orme cannot make enough
money farming, so he has started an
ostrich farm, having purchased eight
birds from J. M. Harmon. This makes
fifteen birds Mr. Harmon has sold in
the past three weeks, but he still has
plenty left to meet all demands.
" John Ludt took out a load of woven
wire on Monday to make a horse pas
ture. T. M. Farnim and family left the
fore part of the week to spend the
summer. They will visit in Baldwin,
Texas, for about ten days, and then
proceed to their home in Kentucky.
Mr. Farnim will return in the fall, but
Mrs. Rarnim declares she will never
come back. C. C. Jenkins has charge
of the Farnim ranches during his ab
sence. Mr. and Mrs. Fitzhugh drove to town
on Tuesday. They had just returned
from a short visit to Buckeye, and
C. C Gunn took out a load of grocer
ies on Tuesday to his ranch.
C. E. . Stewart, who purchased the
Xofzinger place, moved into it on Tues
day morning. The night before three
of his horses got out of the pasture
and strayed off, so he was rather shy
of means of transportation, but suc
ceeded in getting everything moved.
Mr. Stewart has the R. O. Greene
ranch rentei, and will continue to run
it, leaving' .one. of the boys there to
look after tilings.
E. C. Cowles was down to Orme's
after a mower on Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Ruthie Ross, of Phoenix, visit
ed Bessin Deaton on Tuesday.
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J. R. Hammond spent Tuesday vis
iting his old haunts in the Wilson dis
trict. J. J. Casey has several Mexican out
fits hauling gravel on his driveway.
Mr. Casey expects to spend about $350
on the driveway, making a. regular
paved street of it.
Mr. Beck intends to gravel his drive
as soon as Mr. Casey gets through with
J. H. Hansford took a new hay rake
homt on Tuesday and has been spend- ,
ing the rest of the week getting ready
to use It. He has cut more than twen
ty acres of fine barley hay.
J. J. Meyer and family drove- -trrto
town on Wednesday, and on the way
home stopped at W. C. Stennet's.
Mrs. John Shawver visited at Mrs.
Trowbridge's on Wednesday.
M. List drove in to Donofrio's ice
cream parlors on Wednesday afternoon
and brought out ten gallons of ice
cream and five gallons of sherbet for
the social at Cartwright that evening.
A smaller crowd than was- expected
was In attendance, but a good time
was enjoyed. A fine cake was given
to the most popular young lady, and
was won by Miss Goldie Sapp. .who
received 250 votes. Others who re
ceived votes were: Mamie Brooks. 195;
Lulu Stump, 50, and Maggie Doyle, 40.
M. List took home.abQut-five hun
dred wires for his baler on Wednesday
evening, and on Thursday started bal
ing hay for Bob Logue.
Sidney List brought Miss Edna Saber
and another young lady from town to
the social at Cartwright on Wednesday
The Cartwright Good Templars elect
ed Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brooks as the
delegates to the district lodge, which
met Thursday morning at the Baptist
church. Miss Nellie Hawkins also at
tended as an alternate. The lodge was
well representee! as Chief Templar
Guliey and Mr. Gardner both hold of
fice in the district lodge,
cows from H. C. Woolbridge, of the
J. H. Hansford bought four milch
J. R. Shuts had a large hay-stack
nearing completion yesterday. Not
withstanding the swift wind, the past
three days' haying has been going
Tom List put in a new flume in his
ditch across the Welborn road yes
terday. The old one was too small to
accommodate the large head of water
the government turns down it. Ed
Barnes assisted him.
G. L. Wilky, of Osborn, was a visit
or at W. H. Wilky's, helping him get
ready for haying.
Lin Orme had two new hayracks
built last week, and Is now busy put
ting his heading boxes on the wagons.
M. List's baling outfit pulled in there
yesterday about noon to bale the first
crop of hay.
A. G. Smoot is putting the finishing
touches on his house, painting it a dull
Cartwright, April 30. Church an
nouncements for Sunday, May 2: Sun
day school at 9:45 a.m., subject of les
son, "Paul's first missionary journey
to Cypress." Acts 13:1-12. Golden Text.
Go ye into the world and preach the
gospel to every creature. Mark 16:15.
Superintendent L. A. Nichols. Preach
ing at 11 a.m. by the pastor. Epworth
League devotional services at 7 p.m..
subject, "Mountain top experiences.'
Luke 9:28-36. (Epworth League day.)
Leader, William Rousseau. Preaching
again at 8 p.m. Prayer meeting on
Wednesday evening and music class on
(Continued on pace (.)
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