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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1911.
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pends upon the character of the ele
ments which enter into its construc
tion. We carry a line of the best
made, a line that we can and do guar
antee. If you contemplate building
we will be pleased to show you the
advantages of this line. They give a
touch of aristocracy to the home they
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your money should ba earning. This bank will care
for your money and pay you interest for the privi
lege of doing so. It's a favor to both of us to have
your account here. Come in, no matter how small
the deposit, it's welcome.
National Bank of
A tenderfoot feeder once put preen spectacles on his stock and
fed them shavings. To him it did not matter what they ate so long
as they were fed. Calculate what your feed costs: see that It la
palatable, easily digested and full of nourishment, and you will buy
ARIZONA ALFALFA MILLING CO., Manufacturers of
Zona-Falfa Meal, Zona-Falfa Poultry Feed
June- pasture In a bag.
r- n i ir j Makes 'em lay.
Zona-Falfa Dairy Feed,
A milk producer. Taffy-Falfa
Zona-Falfa Horse Feed
A balanced ration. Alfalfa, meal and molasses.
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A. C. BILTCKE LOS ANGELES, CAL. JNO. S. MITCHELL
Rates: From $1.00 up. Rates, With Private Bath: ?10 up.
and during tlie past two wot Us hail
taken as nourishment small amounts oi
wniskey a'lii water, lie wis SI years
two months anil three days old.
Mr Ross hatl resided in Msa with
Mrs. P.oss for several years past, com
ing here from Wichita, Kansas. While
here lie engaged in the poultry busi
ness on a small scale. At the first ter
r.torial fair he carried off nearly allthc
best prizes for chickens of various
bn-ils eswcially the Silverlaced Wy
andotte. At every fair, except that of
la.t yiar, he won numerous prizes.
Ljst year he discontinued business, old
age making it difficult for him to give
tne chickyis .proper attention.
William Ross was born in the shad
ow of Sterling Castle, and removed to
tins country from Scotland many years
aso. He was a citir.en of the United
States, loyal and true, but retained his
love for the fatherland. At all meet
lugs of the county Scotchmen, held in
Ph. ti nix. Mr. Ross was an attendant.
and told in hi? own inimitable stylo
th'- tales if his younger days m his na
Mr. Ross was formerly engaged In
rtuspaper work, and was quite a bril
bant writer, sometime .-s producing po
i try of a superior eln'J. One collec
tion of his poems was made by his
daughters, at Wichita. Kansas, several
yc.irs ago, and he was very proud of the
liand decorated copy presented to him
bv the children. He was a iwrsonal
friend of Congressman M unlock. The
Wichita Eagle was his Favorite news
paper. He hatl also been a pioneer
ranchman, having located on a home
stead on the banks of the Ninnesca in
southwestern Kansas. His letters from
that section, .published in the -Eagle,
did much to attract attention to that
iwrt of the Sunflower state.
While a resident of Mesa Mr. Ross
made many warm friends who learned
to love hiin. Mr. Ross was possessed
of a strong vein of humor and was quick
to grasp the point of a joke. He was
an optimist and looked continually up
on the bright side of life. His friends
will miss him, and the bereaved fain
ily has the sincere sympathy of all
who knew the husband and father.
Mrs. Ross was with her husband un
til the last and the daughters have
been notified by telegraph. The old
est. Mrs. W. F. McFie, resides in Los
Angeles. She arrived last night, and
will accompany the remains t. Wich
ita, where the burial will take place.
The funeral will be held today, the
hour not yet announced, and will be
conducted by Rev. S. W. Gago.pastor
of the Baptist church. Hut; ton and
Sons emlHimed the b''dy for shipment.
Mayor R. P. Palmer returned yester
day fromLds Angeles, where he went
last month to attend a meeting of the
National Medical association. He re
ports a very pleasant trip, a live ses
sion of the medical men, and a general
good time. He braved the terrors of
the deep on a trip to Santa Catalina
slaml and spent Sunday at the quiet
retreat of Avalon. In company with
other medics he fished, but bus no cer
tified record of the catch. His friends
will have to take the doctor's unsup
ported "word as to the size and number
of tuna that he captured. Or. P.. Ii.
Mouer of Tempo was one of the dele
gates to the convention but he Is
unable to give any reliable information
is to Dr. Palmer's ability as a fisher
man. Dr. Mouer having returned sev
eral days ago. Now that the irayor is
home the town is expected to resume its
!' to vesterdav morning twenty-five
ears of cantaloupes had been sent out
from Mesa in car lot shipments to the
three distributing companies which are
handling them this season. AH day
yesUrday scores of teams were hauling
the crates to the depot ami a big force
of men wa busy, insjecting sMid load
ing them into the cars. Ten cars were
loaded yesterday. Since the rain .the
melons are ripening very rapidly and
nearly every man and loy in the com
munity that can be siared for the work
is helping to get them on the market
Some idea of the magnitude of the in
dustry this season can be had by. the
iact that two full carloads of crates
will be used In supplying George Ra
dell, who has fifty-six acres in melons.
Clendenau & Son hae SO a'-res and
others have forty, twenty, ten, and
smaller acreage. It was expected that
net over 3f0 cars would be shipped this
i-up. It looks now as thoitqh this
was considerable of an underc-timate
OFF FOR THE COAST.
Mrs. M. W. Brack and daughter, Lc
lan, left yesterday for Los Angeles
where they expect -to remain during
the next two months. Dr. Brack will
probably join them about the first of
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Shouse, resid
ing east of town, entertained a few
friends at dinner on July 4th. The
guests were Mr. anil Mrs. T. J. Woods,
and Miss Eylcne Woods, Mr. and Mrs,
J. M. Beach, Mrs. L. W. Stillwell and
son, Logan,- Dr. J. E. Drane and Mrs
Drane and son, Mrs. W. H. Arnold and
Miss Ida Arnold, Mr. Omcr McCullough,
Miss Gardner and Master Johnnie
Drane. The dinner was one of the old
fashioned kind, fried chicken and all the
good things that go with a chicken din
ner, with choice ripe cantaloupes. Mr.
Woods pronounced the dinner the best
he had sat down to for many a long
day. He was at work early the morn
ing after the Fourth, but had some
doubt of Mr. Beach being able to at
tend to customers at the bank for a
day or two. At one time Mr. Woods
was seriously alarmed lest Mr. Beach
would never be able to break away
from the fried chicken long enough to
give the others a chance.
The report of. C. L. Dithl. local ob
server, for the twenty-four hours pre
ceding 7 a. in., July ". shows that Mesa
had ideal weather conditions on the
National holiday, while the people of
the east were sweltering in a i""at that
killed some, prostrated many and caus
ed considerable discomfort to all. A
temperature of 104 to 110, as reported
from various points extending from
Boston to Topeka and Omaha in the
Missouri river valley, means more dis
tress than would a temperature of 120
to 12o in trfe Salt river valley, where
the maximum on the Fourth was only
i)S. The following is the government
reading as made by Mr. Diehl:
Character of diiy, clear. Direction r
L Forecast for succeeding twenty-four
New Brown Bread Recipe
Never sofjfjy Easily made
By Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill, Editor oj
the Boston Cooking School Magazine
'Mri.' pvpn-lmlv likes Boston brown
bread, but so many have 'experienced
trouble with its being sorrj-, they have
hiwmie dKroiirnaeil. Here IS a I1CW
recipe that cannot fail if the few simple j
directions are carctulty iouowcu. xuu
will be delighted with the results.
LODGE MAN HONORED.
At a meeting of Mesa lodge No. 14,
Independent Order of odd Fellows,
held last Saturday night, a surprise was
sprung on Mr. Robert S. Longmoor.
The lodge had purchased for him one
or the very handsomest Past Grand col
lars that could be procured, and Mr.
Longmoor was called before the lodge
and the collar presented to him on be
half of No. 14, b- J. G. Spangler. In
a neat speech Mr. Siwngler referred
to tlie long and faithful servl-e of the
recipient and his unswerving fidelity
to every trust reposed in him by the
order. Mr. Longmoor received the col
lar with expressions o' appreciation for
the respect and confidence shown by
his brother members. It is only proper
to say that Mr. Loogmoor is one of
the most reliable of Mesa's honored
citizens. As a lodge member, church
member, and citizen, he bus been faith
ful to every trust and holds the respect
of his friends and neighbors.
A Marvel for Sore Feet. Acts R ion? Off.
Sore Fcet7 Never After Using TIZ
Good-bye sore feet, aching feet,
swollen feet, sweaty feet, smelling feet,
Good-bye corns. callouses and
bunions and raw siots.
You've never tried anything like
TIZ before foryour feet. It is differ
ent from anything ever before sold.
It acts at once and makes the feet
feel remarkably fresh and sore-proof.
TI25 is not a powder. Powders and
other foot remedies clog up the pores.
TIZ draws out all poisonous exudations
which bring on soreness of the feet,
and is the only remedy that docs. TIZ
cleans out every pore and glorifies the
feet your feet.
You'll never limp again or draw up
your face In pain, and you'll forget
about your corns, bunions and cal
louses. You'll feel like a new person.
If you don't find all this true after
trying a box of TIZ, you can get your
money right back.
TIZ is for sale at all druggists at 25
cents per box, or it will be sent you di
rect if you wish from Walter Luther
Dodge & Co.. Chicago., 111. For sale
by all druggists.
K C fit-own Brood
One and one-half cup yellow ccrr.
mcal; 1 cup entire-wheat Jlour; 1 tea
spoon salt,' 1-j cup sweet milk; cup
molasses; 5 level teaspoon fuls K Clic
Sift together, thrcctinies, meal, "four,
'salt and l)akin.u powder. "Mixmol.-.
and sweet milk and stir into dry in
gredients to make a smooth batter. Trrr
into two empty K C linking IVwdei
boxes, thoroughly buttered, and let
itcam three hours. This bread is par
ticularly good to serve with salads or
raw oysters; also at breakfast, as toast
of all kinds.
Raisins or currants may be added,
though some prefer it without.
Readers of this paper mayobLiin The
Cook's Book containing this and Wj
other delicious recipes free bv s-cuding
the colored -crtifieate packed in every
25-cent can of K C Making Powder to
the jAQi'iui Mi'O. Co., Chicago. Send
for The Cook's Book today. 2P
- WHY YOU SHOULD BANK jj g
UNION BANK AND TRUST CO.
"The Growing Bank"
its business is governed with conservatism.
Speculation plays no part in its conduct. It fos
ters and i neourag. s home enterprises, all of which
make for soundness and satisfactory bank service.
. UNION BANK &, TRUST COMPANY
"The Growing Bank.'
Our Certificates Bear Four Per Cent Interest.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Charles Davis was in from ids ranch
yesterduy and says he spent the Fourth
at home. He has so much to do Just
now that his trips to the city are trips
of necessity and not for pleasure.
Henry Duke was in from the Queen
Creek country yesterday and reports
that he raised a good crop of grain on
his "dry" land this season. He had the
grain cut and stackud, and expected to
have it threshed before this time. Now
all the stacks in his section are dam
aged to some extent. The tops will
have to be taken off and the grain
dried out. Mr. Duke carries fire in
surance on his grafn. but wanted the
agents to change it to water insurance
from now on. He thinks there is dan
ger of another rain, and that there is
already enough dampness to prevent
J. Walz, meat cutter at the Gem City
market, left on the 4th for a visit on
tlie coast. His first stop was at Los
Mrs. J. It. Blakely went to Phoe
nix last evening and will leave this
morning for Lodi. California, on a vis
it to her daughter, Mrs.lra Crose. She
exects' to visit several of the coast
towns before returning to Mesa.
A swarm of bees took-up headquart
ers in the Palmer garage during Dr.
Palmer's absence from tlwn. The doc
tor would like to hav'e the owner call
for the property, as at present it is
dangerous to attempt to remove tho
auto from tne garage.
Win. Mcnhennctt, moving picture
showman, made a business trip to Ray
Tuesday, returning yesterday aftcnioon.
Mrs. Elijah Pomeroj; and Mias Fran
celle Poineroy, who- have been III for
some time past, aro now reported as
S. H. Nottley was overcome by a
combination of biliousness, hard work
and heat, Monday of this week. It was
only a temporary matter, however.-and
he is again attending to business.
Arrivals at the Alhambra Jas. II.
Gordon, Los Angeles; w. C. Pinder,
Tampa, Florida; II. N. Reno, Douglas;
C. W. Hopkins. Jerome; H. Klein; Lo
son L. Olde, Mrs. J. F. Goodrich, Phoe
nix; C. B. Potter, McAIester, Okla.;
II. L. Allen and wife. Tucson;. Dr.
Cummings, Tempe; E. W. Sturgel; L.
O. Whitten 'and wife. Herbert Riggs,
Ramon Torrez, Rafael Montana, I. G.
DR. C. M. HORN
THE LOS ANGELES DENTIST
"NEVER HURT A BIT"
"That the activity, the aggressive
qualities that one possesses and the
fame that comes to them arc due
more to the fact that they have si.
perfect set of TEETH tban anything
else in tlie world. Good teeth are
sure signs of a healthy mind and an
active Wdy. Good teeth mean good
digestion, and good digestion means
FOR .10 YEARS I
have been endeavoring to teach the
puldic that the teeth are the keystone
to good health, or. In other words.
"The Vestibule to the Train of Good
Health." No doubt many of you have
been told by your nelghlMir not to
iwtronize "HORN" because be adver
tises but right here I wish to say
that If I could not deliver the goods
I would never luive lasted in the
businesa ten years.
f Now. if when you are in the city,
you will take the time to visit my
office and hold a consultation with
me, I am sure I can convince yon
that I am the Dentist you shpuld pat
ronize. REMEMBER MY SLOGAN,
"I NEVER HURT A BIT."
DR. C. M. HORN
301-2-3 Pantages Theater Bldg.,
536 S. Broadway,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Phoenix Cycle Company
3 Doors South o? Postoffico
Motorcycles, Bicycles, Sundries and
Phones Main 84, Overland 2734
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Summer Rates at
The Adams Annex
Kooms, $2.50 per week and up.
' Table board, $7.00 per week
The following is the record of
realty transfers in the office of
the county recorder yesterday,
as reported by the Arizona Ab
stract & Title Co., 134 West
The Trustees of Arizona Lodge No.
2, F. & A.' M. to L. C. Haynes, deei't
to 125 L. 1 blk 1 sec. 1, Greenwood
H. P. DeMund and wife to H. Clay
Parker and J. A. Parker, deed to 10 L.
7 Parker tract.
II. Clay "Parker and W. and J. A.
Parker to Stephen J. Rice, deed to
Henry Jennings to Henry J. Dubln.
deed to 250 L. 23 blk B Collins add.
Duanc D. Horning and wife to Rose
P.. Elerick. deed to 10 L. 2 Homing's
II. J. TIHey and wife to O'Malley
LumlKir Co., deed to 200 L. 14 blk 25
Ariz. Lodge No. 2 F. & A. M., to J.
P. ttrudlcy. deed to 150 L. 3 blk 5
sec 5 Greenwood Cemetery,
H. J. Stewart and wife to Josie
Henness. deed to 000 NEW SW'i sec
.i:i IN 2E.
G. Page et ai, to C. E. Repp, deed
to 10 NWM jh-c :: IN 2E.
Loch Spencer Inv. Co.," to Glen W.
Morse, deed to 10 L 0 blk 34 W Capi
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J, ThZ 330.000 &VOJVG FAYIUOtf
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A Rfs. rt f'.r tti- Particular Offers
tin IJ-.-t of Attrac tions N w is tlu
Ti' to Conic
RESTFUL AND HEALTH BUL.
Ohliu. ver's Famous Coroiiado Band.
Fresh from its Eastern Triumphs.
Safe Surf Hatliing no undertow.
Children's playground and bathing
P 1. Joy Ward ami $30,000 Dance
HFXDREDS OF PAL.M TENTS AND
PALM COTTAGES, with every con
venience. Write for rates and de
JOSHUA S. HAMMOND, Manager,
Coronado Tent City, Coronado Beach,
Move the Bowels
curing constipation, bilious
ness, sick headaches and all
stomach disorders. 10c, 25c
at all drug stores.
AYc have a few pieces
of cut fflass left which
we are going to sell at
unheard of prices.
Courteous Treatment .
Of every person who visits this bank
Is a distinctive feature of our service.
The Ideal relation existing between
this Institution and Its patrons and
friends lies In their being able -to feel
that its officers take a personal In
terest In their undertakings. You arc
invited to consult our officers con
cerning your banking problems.
Opening a Savings Account
There is no red tape connected with
the opening of a savings account in
this bank. You simply bring your
money to the bank, sign your name
for Identification when you wish to
make withdrawals and you will then
receive a passbook credited with the
amount of your deposit. Three per
cent compound interest paid on regu
lar Savings Accounts and four per
cent If money is left for a specified
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