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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1909.
j SALT RIVER VALLEY NEWS
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(Continued from Pago 1.)
W. C. Glasscock sold some fine cows
to Mr. BicknelL
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downing of Roch
ester, N. H.t are visiting with Mrs.
Downin's sister Mrs. George Hines. A.
L. Nelson of Buckeye was a visitor to
the same home Thursday night.
William Greer is sick.
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Phoenix, Ariz, May 21. George Hile
has gone into the corral business hav
ing bought a half interest in the Cow
boy corral. Mr. Shiflet owns the
ground and the balance of the corral.
George took his baggage into the cor
ral last Saturdav.
A Mr. mitz has bought the west
half section of the Latham ranch and
wi'l turn it into a sheep ranch. Sheep
raising in the valley seems to be a
very profitable business.
The mutual Benefit club, composed
of the ladies of Isaac district had a
picnic last Sunday at Eastlake park.
Lunches were taken and dinner spread
on the grounds. A very enjoyable day
V. B. Bratton and family visited at
W. F. Williams' Monday.
C. F. Smith marketed a load of fat
W. C. Williams of California spent
several days vfsiting at A. E. Brooks
the latter part of last week. I
Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Herald surpris
ed Mrs. Herald s folks, G. T. Stan
nard's. by suddenly dropping in for a
visit Sunday morning when thoy were
supposed to be in Tucson. The Her
alds took advantage of the base ball
excursion to pay Phoenix a visit and
call on old friends.
Jay and Cedrich Stannard of Phoe
nix visited Mrs. Roy Herald in the
J. B. Heyne was a business visitor
in Isaac Monday.
Carl Stannard. who has been work
ing for the reclamation service at
Granite Reef for the past year is back
home for a few days' visit.
Miss Alpha Mann visiter Evelyn
Garlner Tuesday morning.
J. F. Doyle started to bind his grain
Tuesday and has been busy the bal
ance of the week. He has a fine crop
M. B. Horovitz, an old resident of
this part of the valley was in Cart
wright Tuesday, soliciting votes for
the Center street bridge. Go after
them Mr. Horovitz, we want the bridge
at Center street too.
J. Ever and son Jesse, took their
rattle home to the ranch in Creighton
which have been on pasture at the
R. O. Greene ranch.
G. R. Brewster was in Cartwright
Thursday talking watermelons and
Center street bridge. ,
Ernest Bennett is putting up some
second crop hay.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Root were city
H. M. Welborn delivered a bunch of
cattle Thursday. They were prime
beef and brought four cents.
James Pendergast visited Miss Car
rie Fielder at Lin Orme's Thursday,
staying for dinner.
Mrs. W. G. Percy had .John Minchin
at work last week putting in wooden
headgates that she might irrigate her
Ralph Wilson cut his wheat at Al
hambra and has it in the shock now.
D. H. Pierce had three hay mowers
busy on that biy crop of oats which
was reported in these columns some
time ago. This must be the fourth
cutting as he was just finishing the
third cutting, when the article appear
ed. It is certainly a fine crop at any
rate and should yield two "tons per
Mrs. Lin Orme and Mrs. J. M. Har
mon and sons, were in Phoenix shop
ping yesterday afternoon..
M. List's baler has pulled in having
finished the first crop of hay.
William Hammer ts having about
100 acres of grain hay baled.
One of the finest grain fields in the
valley is that half" section of John
Meyer's. There is a 160 acre tract
each of wheat and barley and from
present indications will make first
A large number of people from
Isaac district attended the recital giv
en at the Arizona School of Music last
Friday night. The program was beau
tifully rendered and though norac of
the selections were difficult Miss Loss
Ing sang every note correctly. Hav
ing received the diploma here Miss
Lossing will go to Chicago for the
summer where she will pursue her
Cartwright, Arizona, May 21.
There was a mass meeting at the
Church announcements for Sunday,
May, 23rd: Sunday school at 9:45
a.m. - Subject of lesson: "The Coun
cil of Jerusalem." Acts 15:1-35.
Golden Text: "We believe that
through the grace of the Lord Jeus
Christ we shall be saved, even as
they." Acts 15:11. Superintendent,
L. A. Nichols. Preaching at 11 a.m.
by the pastor. Epworth League de
votional services at 7 p.m. Subject:
"Forsaking Our Lord." John 6:6-7.
Leader, Miss Nannie Brooks. Preach
ing at 8 p.m. Prayer meeting on
Wednesday evening. Vocal music class
on Thursday evening of each week.
On Sunday, May 30th, the Children's
Day program will be given at Cart-
wright. The Sunday school at Fowler
has been invited to Join in tte ser
vices and will have the first half
of the morning service. The other
half will be a program rendered by
the Cartwright Sunday school. In the
afternoon the children's brigade of the
Home Mission Society of Cartwright
will have a mite box 0ening follow
ed by a program. Dinner on the
grounds. Every one is welcome.
There was no vocal music lesson
Thursday night owing to the illness of
our teacher, Rev. G. W. Forman, of
Tehre was a mass meeting at the
school house Thursday night in con
nection with the locating of a bridge
over Salt river. i
The majority of people seem to
have their minds already made up
in regard to the bridge made up
judging . from the assembly Thursday
night, there being a very few present.
No bridge at all seems to be heard
more than anything else.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Green and son
visited Sunday at the home of C. C.
Green. S. S. Green stopped at Cart
wright for church.
J. F. Doyle begun running his bind
er Tuesday. Mr. Doyle has about 60
acres of grain to cut and bind.
Joe Tompkins drove to Phoenix
Thursday and brought out a new
mowing machine, also a bale of grain
sacks which he expects to need soon.
as he has a large quantity of fine
grain to harvest
Dave Smith and family, W. R.
Bratton ' and family and a number
of others went on a picnic to the
C. V. Gully and some of his Kansas
friends were out the first of the ween
looking for a Job of hay baling. They
have- a large steam baler which has
just arrived from Kansas.
, Baird .Green. Is. suffering from a se
vere . wound, which he received in
trying to catch . a horse, the horse
ran over him. knocking him to the
ground and stepping in his face.
S. G. Rogers brought out a piano
for the use of the young lady who
is lKiarding there.
W. C. TJaniels and his bride of a
few days called at the parsonage
Thursday for a visit with the Rev,
and Mrs. P. D. Gardner, going from
there to the home of Mr.' Daniels'
daughter. Mrs. Walter Kimble where
they will make a short visit before
leaving for Alhambra where -Mr. Dan
iels has purchased a farm and where
they exepct to locate.
Mrs. W. C. Hedgpeth and sons of
Bethel sient Tuesday the guests of
Mrs. J..G. Brooks, going in the evening
to the .home of Mrs. Hedgpeth's
mother, Mrs. Smith, where they vis
ited over night, returning home Wed
Horace Ellison, wife and son, were
out' from Phoenix Sunday to spend
the, day with Mr. and . Mrs. Archie
Fitzhugh. Horace who has lwen
running the corral at Five Points has
sold his lease and belongings to R.
C. Shiflet and expects to move back
to the country soon. Mr. Shiflet has
put George Hile in charge of the
corral. Mr. Hile is another one of
our people who has lately moved to
Mrs. P. D. Gardner called on Mrs.
Humphrey's Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. McClure took dinner with Mrs.
Miss Reed" Visited Miss Mary Wiley
Miss Mabel Green spent Friday night
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the guest of Miss Alpha Mann, accom
panying her to the entertainment at
Mrs. Horace Smith was out one day
this week inviting the young folks to
a birthday party given by her in hpnor
of Miss Reed.
Mrs. C. T. Root brought out a girl
Monday to help her with her household
The Brown brothers drove a large
bunch of cattle west on Thursday, they
were feeders and were being placed on
Mrs. W. H. Mann and Mrs. E. C.
Mann called on Mrs. J. G. Brooks,
Mrs. Horace Smith visited her sister,
Mrs. Ora Rennells, Wednesday.
Mrs. Elmer Cartwright Bpent Wed
nesday at the home of her brother,
Mrs. J. F. Doyle spent Wednesday in
Miss Alpha Mann spent Sunday the
guest of Miss Nannie Brooks, of Fow
John Wiley who has been working
with Elmer Cartwright's hay baler
crew has gone to work at the Indian
school with his father, who is the
brickmason at the school. John's work '
will be miking cement.
Arthur Dyre who is employed by the
government as a bridge carpenter was
out to Cartwright again Sunday.
Elmer Cartwright baled a small crop
of oat hay for Ernest Mann Monday
M. List's baler is engaged in baling
a crop of hay for Mr. Harmon at pres
ent. , - .
Mr. Banks who has bought a part of
the Mrs. Lowe -ranch is busy hauling
lumber for a new house.
Miss Alpha Mann went to Phoenix
to spend a week visiting with her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cracker.
The program of the . entertainment
given at Cartwright last .Friday night
was as follows:
Instrumental selection, Miss Mar
Recitation, "On the Road to Manda
lay" (Kipling) Miss White.
Solo, "Twilight," Rev G. W. Forman.
Recitation, "The Musical Yes," Miss
Recitation, "The Two Villages"
(Rose Terry Cook) Miss Wnite.
Solo. "Night Song." Miss Katie Bone.
Recitation. "My Papa's a Preacher,"
by Katherine Howard, age 5 years.
Recitation, two scenes from "The
Hunchback" (Sheridan Knowles) Miss
Solo, violin accompaniment, "Whis
per I Pall Hear." Mrs. C. T. Root.
Recitation, "The Lost Ward" (Henry
Van Dyke) Miss White.
Solo, "Time and Tide," Rev. Mr.
Recitation, "The Em'ers' Game of
Chess.-' Miss White.
This entertainment was well attend
ed and greatly enjoyed by all present.
The net proceeds from admission fees
amounted to about t2 which will go
as part payment on the organ in the
Mrs. Jie Asher and daughter and a
young lady friend from the "Sahuara"
ranch, north of Glendale came down
for the entertainment Friday night.
Those in charge of the children's day
program would like to have all those
who are to take part in the program
to meet at the church Saturday after
noon at 1:30 sharp.
James English and Sam McClure de
livered a couple of loads of baled hay
to the government warehouse in Phoe
nix for J. A. Vinson Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logue visited Mr.
and Mrs. McClure Sunday afternoon.
E. C. Mann and A. R. Logue spent
Thursday hauling and stacking up
baled hay for Mr. Mann.
Mrs. Ernest Mann visited Mrs. El
mer Cartwright Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Nena Shawver of Plrenix came
out home with Miss Kat:e B ne Friday
night to attend the entertainment giv
en by Miss White at this pl;i-
Mrs. Kile and daughters. Misses
Eunice and Carrie, visited at the Doyle
home Monday afternoon.
city Friday evening to attend the re
cital given at the Arizona School of
Music by Miss Lossing.
Mr. Harp and family moved Wednes
day , to their ranch in the Isaac dis
trict. Mrs. C. F. Pulsifer and family were
Phoenix visitor Thursday.
Miss Blanche Charlebois and Clebe
Cavaness were quietly married in
Phoenix last evening. The groom is
a well known cattleman of the valley,
where he is known by nearly every' cit
izen and his friends are numbered by
the score. The bride is a young lady
of many accomplishments and having
been reared in the valley is well liked
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Strump called I by sril who know her for her lovable
and took Mrs. P. D. Gardner and
daughter to the Sunday school conven
tion at Glendale S.unday afternoon.
Miss Alpha Mann visited Tuesday
with Miss Mary Doyle.
ways. Their numerous friends extenu
congratulations and wishes for a happy
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Alhambra, Arizona, May 21. E. B.
Luck and family, .ho having
spent the winter in the valley, left for
their home in Chicago, last week.
Mrs. W. H. Hammer, accompanied
by Misses Carrie and May Ashby. at
tended the graduating exercises at the
Arizona School of Music, Friday even
ing. R. Jackson and family of Isaac spent
Sunday visiting with W. S. Stinnett.
Miss Ellen and Katie Helm spent
Saturday and Sunday in Tempe, guests
of Mr. Perry and family.
Kerd Charlebois has resigned his po
sition as foreman on the Alhambra
Holstein Friesian farm to take effect
the first of June. Mr. Charlebois will
then assume charge of the Dunlap
ranch in the lower end of .the valley.
Mr.- and Mrs. A. Quist flrove to the
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Fowler, Ariz., May 19. Church an
nouncement: At the Holiness: Sun
day school at 10 a. m.; preaching at
11 a. m., conducted by the Rev. Mr.
Davis of Phoenix. Prayer meeting
At the Baptist Sunday school at
10 a. m., superintendent, Dick Taylor.
Preaching services at 11 a. m., con
ducted by the pastor, , Rev. - J. H.
Smith. Preaching in the evening at
7:30. Prayer meeting Thursday even
ing. The friends of Robert Irving wi I
be g!ad to know that he has fully
recovered from a siege of typhoid
fever, and was able to leave the- Sis-
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Winkleman and Return . . $1.50
Special Train Leaves Phoenix 8:00 A. M. (City Time), Returning Early Same P. M.
See the Big Copper Camps
Wild Flowers and Gila River Breezes All the Way
L. H. LANDIS, General Agent, Phoenix
R. S. STUBBS, General Passenger Agent, Tucson