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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 30, 1910.
AT THE CASA LOIYIA
Now orjen under new management. Everything
neat, clean and new. Begular meals and short
People who are interested or who may become in
terested in automobiles to call at the
TEMPE MOTOR COMPANY
For a demonstration with
car with the famous Pierce
flew Goods Coming in Weekly
Watch our 'windows. See our lino
before buying and you will find your
money goes further and you need go
Goodwin's Novelty Store.
For all kinds of
Go to the
J. A. Ahlquist & Co., Props
School Dresses for
Ginghams and Calicoes in
A Big Assortment;
. Lukin Cash Store
South Side Realty Company
R. J. SCHWEPPE, President.
INVESTMENTS. TEMPE, ARIZ.
Cold Air Storage Market
8. J. TRIBOLET. Prp.
Telephone Main 6.
Milo Maize, Egyptian
Corn, Cane Seed, Ger
man Millet, Cow Peas.
Hill's Seed Bouse
N. Cantar Si.
1 When Your
Need Prataing or Cbanlnf. Try
the Sanitary Cleaners.
31 Eait Adams.
Phone Main 11.
1 i M"I'I t 'H"H' IIItflMflOM
F. W. GRIFFIN
the "Case Thirty." The
It Outclasses them all.
White House Shoe
. For Women.
THE ARIZONA MER
Neat, clean rooms, with
or without board. Rates
M. Ellingson & Sons
Dealers in hay and grain
seed grain, seed oats, feec
oats, rolled barley, alfalft
seed, grain bags, etc.
A. M. HARMER
Good Work Done
On County Roads
And There Is a Prospect of More of
It This Coming Week.
According to report, splendid pro
gress is being made on the road re
pairing between here and Phoenix;
The town has contributed liberally
toward a fund that was at first
started by the automobile owners of
Tempe. This fund was spent in re
pairing the river crossing and there
has never been a time in previous
history, when the river road, from
bank to bank, was anything the
equal to what It is at the present
On the other side of . the river.
Superintendent Acuff and Road Over
seer Tom King have a. force of men
engaged in hauling caliche. It is
planned to flood a couple of miles
of this road. Superintendent Acuff
and Mr. King were here Friday aft
ernoon. The superintenednt was a
little in doubt about the location of
the city limits and hesitated upon
starting work just across the river
he found out for certain that he was
within the limits of his jurisdiction.
He found out that the road that just
now is in in especially bad shape.
is outside of the limits of the town
and he promises to have, a force of
men at. work this cpming week to
get it in as good shape as possible
before fair time. Those who have
been over the road recently state
that though still in bad shape in
places, it is a vast improvement
over what It was a few weeks ago.
R. J. Schweppe has ben delegated
bv George Purdy Bullard, president
of the Territorial Automobile asso
ciation, to raise a fund of $100 here
to be subscribed by automobile own
ers and others toward the list of
prizes that will be offered at the
territorial fair. This prize list will
total $3000. Mr. Schweppe has col
lected a good deal towards Tempo's
share of the fund and any who ffiel
like contributing toward It should
see him at once.
BACK FROM WASHINGTON.
W. J. Clemans returned yesterday
morning from Washington after an
absence of six weeks. He was called
there on business matters and found
that the northwest isjiardly as pros-
perous as usual this fall. Like much
of the western country, there has"
been more or less of a drouth in that
SON MUCH IMPROVED.
Mrs. William Strong and two sons
returned yesterday from San Fran
cisco where they have beep during
the summer. One son, George, has
been there longer undergoing treat
ment for spinal trouble. He is now
much improved in health.
Officers Elected For
The Organization Perfected at a
Meeting Friday Night.
The Merchants' Protective associa
tion held another meeting Friday
evening and perfected Its organiza
tion by the election of officers and
the appointment of a committee to
The meeting was held at the Ari
zona Mercantile company's store and
was attended by practically all of the
merchants in town and the following
officers were elected: President, J.
T. Birchett; vice president, W. S.
Johnston ; secretary, Halbert Miller;
treasurer, John Hyder. A committee
consisting of A. A. Celaya, Price
WIcltliffe and Halbert Miller was ap
pointed to draft a set of bylaws.
Another meeting of the association
will be held next Friday evening
when the bylaws will probably be
accepted. It Is expected that within
another week or so the association
will be thoroughly organized and will
be in a position to get down to ac
STRAY NORMAL NOTES.
The seniors lead in basketball and
The Athenian Debating club is
having weekly debates.
The second years gave a program
in the Olympian literary society.
Friday night the juniors held a
party at the dormitory and the third
years, a function in the gym.
Tempe Hive Xo. 8 Ladles of the
Maccabees held a grand charter mem
bers' reunion and rally at Odd Fel
lows' hall, Tuesday afternoon. Be
sides the members the following
guests were present and enjoyed the
occasion: Mesdames Joe Miller.
Chase, Frank Saylor, Carter, Frank
Windes, Weir, Matthews, Brown
Braun, and Misses Brown and Finch
A banquet closed the festivities
which will long be remembered as
one of the events of Tempe Hive.
BACK TO STAY.
F. R. Marsh, a former rancher in
the Tempe district and for several
years in business here, returned yes-
tcday morning after an absence of
two years or so. He has spent most
of that time in San Francisco but
has reached the wise conclusion that
Tempe Is the better- place. He is
accordingly back here to stay. Mrs.
Marsh and the baby accompanied
him as far as Los Angeles and will
remain there a short time visiting
Mrs. Marsh's sister. They will come
on to Tempe in a few weeks.
A HARD TRIP.
James Teeter, Louis Krueger, "Wil
liam Strong and A. E. Kersting made
a trip to .Buckeye Friday in the
Teeter auto. They found the roads
even worse than they were a few
weeks ago and the trip was a rather
strenuous one. The party left here
early in the morning and did not re
turn until ten-thirty that evening.
While bringing in a bunch of range
cattle the early part of the week,
Stewart Bros, lost two head in a pe
culiar manner. The bunch was
frightened by the motor car on the
railroad and two of them were
crowded off a culvert. One suffered
a broken neck and the other a brok
en back and had to be killed.
Mrs. J. P. Shaffer and little son of
San Francisco, Cal., are here visit
ing relatives. Mrs. Shaffer will be
remembered by Tempe people as Miss
DOWN FROM RANGE.
L. L. Harmon came down yester
day from his range at Camp Wood.
WILL LECTURE HERE.
Arrangements have been completed
for the appearance of Henry R. Pat
tengill at the high school auditorium
on November 7th. Mr. Pattcngill will
be pleasantly remembered as the gen
tleman who spoke so entertainingly
at the board of trade banquet last
DEATH OF MRS. MOEUR.
Mrs. Esther K. Moeur died last
evening, at the homo of her daughter,
Mrs. L. E. Pafford of Tempe. She
was 73 years old and had been ill for
many weeks. For some time past
hope of her recovery had been aban
doned as it was evident she was giv
ing way to that general debility
which undermines the strength of
tho aged. Mrs. Moeur is survived in
Tempe by three children, Mrs. Paf
ford, Dr. B. B. Moeur and W. A.
Moeur. She has lived here for a
number of years past, was well and
familiarly known as Grandmother
Moeur, and universally respected. The
funeral will be held this afternoon at
3 o'clock at the Pafford home.
Scoff's Santal-Pepsm Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
For JnfUmmfttlon orCatRrrnof
tlin Blnrtclfrnri'l plfseatsd Klc1
uers. HO CUBE HO PAT. Carta
quickly ar.il Mmmnpntlr the
Inortt c"t' I Jonorr-oe
out. V ilJ All H ... 1 U( UUMT
lone Mandinc. Absolutely
harmless. Sold by druggists,
rrico ti.ro, or by mall, poet
paid, 1.00,3 boxes. 52.75.
THE SAKTAL-PEPSIN COL'
ELVEY & HULETT. Agenti
RAILROADS TO INSURE BAGGAGE.
Plans to Reduce Woes of Travelers
Who Lose Trunks Are Being
Woes of that part of the traveling
public which occasionally loses Its
baggage soon will be decreased, for
the railroads are planning to put into
effect a system of insuring baggage
valued at not more than $100 free of
charge and for a small fee if worth
more than $100.
This is one of the features of a set
of rules prepared here recently with a
view toward uniform baggage regula
tions. The joint committee which
worked out the rules will present
them to all passenger associations for
In order to take advtange of the
proposed insurance the passenger will
be required to declare the value of his
baggage before starting on his jour
ney. In the event of value above $100
the passenger will be required to pay
approximately 1G per cent of the ex
cess baggage rate.
The excess baggage rates are based
on the passenger rates, being a cer
tain percentage of the amount a pas
senger has to pay for his own transportation.
In percentage the now rule will fig
ure out about l.C per cent of passen
ger rates for every $100 of value de
clared. The amount of excess money
over the regular passenger rate that
it wil cost to travel should the new
rules be adopted, will depend, of
course, upon the value of the passen
ger's baggage. Should the passenger
carry, for example, $1,000 worth of
baggage an additional charge of 1C
per cent of the passenger rate will be
charged. Chicago Record-Herald.
$3.50 Receipt Cures
Weak Kidneys, Free!
Relieves Urinary and Kidney Troubles,
Backache, Straining, Swell
Stops Pain in the Bladder, Kidneys
Wouldn't It be nice within a week
or so to begin to say goodbye forever
to the scalding, dribbling, straining, or
too frequent passage of urine; the
forehead and the back-of-the-head
aches; tho stitches and pains In the
back; the growing muscle weakness;
spots before the eyes; yellow skin;
sluggish bowels; swollen eyelids or
ankles; leg cramps; unnatural short
breath; sleeplessness uid the despond
I have a recipe foe these troubles
that you can depend on, and If you
want to make a quirk recovery, you
ought to write and get a copy of It.
Many a doctor would charge you $3.50
just for writing this prescription, but
I have It and will be glad to send It
to you entirely free. .Just drop me a
line like this: Dr. A. E. Robinson K 496
Luck Building, Detroit, Mich., and I
will send it by return mall In a plain
envelope. As you will see when you
get it, this recipe contains only pure,
harmless, remedies, but It has great
healing and pain-conquering power.
It will quickly show its power once
you use it, so I think you had better
send you a copy free so you can use
see what It Is without delay. I will
send you a copy free you can use It
and cure yourself at home.
Easterling & Whitney
ARIZONA CLEANING WORKS.
Mrs. Wilson, Prop.
Phone, Black 2031.
235 East Washington Street.
Call and see Goodwin about your
old accounts that you want col
lected, all over tho country. I am
prepared to do your work any
place at all times and if not col
lected there will be no charge.
The Goodwin Collection
Office 45 South Centtr.
mi i. l i,i 1,
letters "Phoenix" on
red back-Ground: one
for each side of mach
ine $1.75 per pair.
Center St., facing P. 0.
:: : :::;M;: i:;.
Samuel Draper Dunlop, Mgr.
And His Big
This is another Phoenix favorite. All new singing
and dancing numbers. A grand revival.
"Peggy" will be back.
DISTRSBUTISNiG DEPOT FOR
ALL GALVANIZED STEEL WIRES.
FOR FIELD, FARM AND HOG FENCING
THE ONLY ELECTRICALLY WELDED FENCE.
EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT.
The DURABLE Fence,
None so STRONG.
All lar.cre wires.
LOWEST COST. 32.
tO nOICL 5m
1 1 1
ana cause z
AbsoTui sly STOCK PROOF. We
Phoenix Warehouse Co.
Corner Jackson and Third Ave
Now going on at the Buckeye Lumber Yard means
a saving of $2.50 to $5.00 per thousand on every
thing. ftDon't overlook this opportunity. You can
buy the lumber to build a home for less money than
ever before in the city of Phoenix. Let us figure
your bill. Special prices in car lots.
It is injustice to your purse to imagine that you
are conserving expenses by avoiding Tailored
Clothes. We will , prove to yon that we will make
you a Suitfto youif individual measure at a price no
more than a ready made.
HIGH CLASS WORK GUARANTEED.
NAT KOfiN, Tailor
5 W. Washington St.
Tonight The Imperial
Musical Comedy Company in
DOES NOT ALWAYS insure its
safety. People still seek fruit
lessly the too carefully hidden
hoards of the old pirates.
PUT YOUR MONEY
IN THE BANK
Where it is not alone perfectly
secure, but is also accessable
whenever you want it. Your
cash is as handy here as in
your own pocket, and twice as
Union Bank & Trust Co.
Bkepeci" Fzsciso. (Special Style.)
can SAYE YOU MONEY on Fencing.
K Cai: . r- CfcteSJ
ITH. 1 JTM i
ye Lumber Co.
Bast on the Market
Suits the trade. Mari
copa Creamery Pasteur
ized Cream sells all over
You are cordially in
vited to visit the Bide-a-wee
at Bide-a-wee Place,
Mile North of East
Regular Meals 25c.
Short Orders at All Hours
MARK LAND, Mgr.
22-24 E. Washington. '
Donofrio's Ice Cream
Wholesale and Retail. Prompt
attention given to mail orders.
Remember we are the makers of
Donofrio's Cactus Candy. A
dainty souvenir to send back.
Send a dollar and a box will be
sent to your friend back east by
111 Cactus Way, Phoenix, Aris.
Sold Under Guarantee. -'
Greatest Boon to Mankind Ever
It cures Asthma, Catarrh, Rheuma
tism, Constipation, Nervousness, Pa
ralysis, Blood Disorders, Stomach.
Liver, Kidney, Bladder and Heart
It cures Fevers, Pneumonia, La
Grippe, Colds, and all acute and
chronic ailments, or ailments of weak
ness peculiar to men and women.
THE ARIZONA OXYGENATOR CO.
'31 West Monroe St.,
Before You Bay
Tour uto seo the 1911 El
more's. They will soon be here
and tbnre are four models to
select from. All models have
four cylinder motors and they
are all valveloss, too.
Our four cylinder motors
have more power than any six
cylinder on tno market. A.
twelve months' free, repair bill g
goes vina eacn Elmore we sen.
Model 25 Roadster ..$1200 30hp
Model 25 Touring ...$1250 30hp
Model 3S-B Touring $1750 30hp
Model 46-BTourIne 1 pass...
, Our repair department Is
trlctly first class. All work is
guaranteed. We sell the Fire
stone tire because it's the "rest
tire on the market. Let- us
prove It to you. ,
Arizona Auto Co.
122 North Second Avenua.
Phone Main 381.
Samuel Draper Dunlop, Mgr.