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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING-, JULY 7, 1911.
OUTH SIDE NEWS
Arizona Mercantile Co.
Ladies' and Gents'
COIf M C WILL
LEAVE ON MONDAY
Completely furnished. Apply to
W. JJ KINGSBURY,
the Annual Ten Day Encamp
ment Near Prescott.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PAT
RONAGE Ou (OOdl cr ti keat.
TEMPE BAKERY, TEMPE
The famous make for
men, women and chil
dren, at right prices.
W. Lukin Gash Store
SI. EHmgson ' & Sons
Dealers in Hay and Grain,
Seed Grain, Seed Oats, Feed
Oots, Rolled Barley, Alfalfa
Orders Have been issued to those
members of C company. X. G. A..
who exiiect to participate in the an
nual encampment to be at the arm
ory next -Monday morning in suf
ficient time to pack up ami be ready
Co march at S o'clock. The company
will take the morning train to Phoe
nix and there join the other compa
nies from the 3outh and Phoenix.
The trip will be made then by spe
cial train to Prescott. The encamp
ment will be held at the target range.
about seven miles northeast of Pres
cott, and will continue for ten days,
At the end of that time those who
have any show for making the team
for the eastern trip will remain for
additional practice, while the others
will return to their respective homes.
The Tempe company this year will
number the usual officers, and be
tween twenty and thirty men.
PARSON'S POEM A GEM.
From Kev. II. Stubenvoll, Allison,
la., in praise of Dr. King's Now Life
"They're such a health necessity.
In every home these pills should be.
If other kinds you've tried in vain,
USE Dlt. KING'S
And be well again."
Only 2uo at all drugists.
POST GRADUATE COURSE.
Dr. 13. 13. Moeur left last evening
J for Chicago, where he expects to
spend the better part of the next
three months taking u post graduate
course in medicine After siending
about two months there, he plans to
go to New Orleuns for another
month's work, and then on home.
from Sunday with a Phoenix team
at Eastlake park. Tempe now has
one of the best ball teams in its his
tory and something is pretty likely
to happen to the north side bunch.
KILL MORE THAN WILD BEASTS.
The number of people killed yearly
by wild beasts don't approacli the
vast number killed by disease germs.
Xo life is safe from their attacks.
They'ro in air, water, dust, even food.
But grand .protection is afforded by
Electric Bitters, which destroy and
expel these dradly disease germs from
the system. That's why chills, fever
and ague, all malarial and many blood
diseases yield promptly to tills won
derful blood purifier. Try them, and
enjoy the glorious health and new
strength they'll give you. Money
back, if not satisfied. Onlv 50c at ail
The first car load of steel cylin
ders for the bridge piers are now lc-
ing unloaded here by the prisoners.
The cylinders are somewhat heavy
ind their unloading from the car in
which they arrived Is no small task.
Good progress is being made, how
ever. 7 ho wagon road across the
river bed has been completed as far
is Pier r, the first one that will be
constructed, and the cylinders will
be hauled to the river from time to
time as they are needed. No defi
nite announcement has yet been made
of the date of the arrival of the
irger body of prisoners.
WILL PLAY BALL. .
Tempe's newly organized baseball
team will play its first game a week
"TAKE A KODAK"
with you on your vaca
tion. We are Tempe
Harmer's Drug Store.
A PEEK INTO HIS POCKET
would show the box of Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve thut E. S. Loner, a car
penter, of Marilla, N. Y. always car
ries. I have never had a cut, wound.
bruise, or sore it would not soon heal,"
he writes. Greatest healer of burns,
boils, scalds, chapped hands and lips,
fever sores, skin eruptions, eczema,
corns and piles. 25o at all druggists
Supt. B. II. Scudder left last even
ing on his regular summer outing.
This year he will spend his vacation
in ins old Indiana home, and expects
to be away a month or six weeks.
He took along a bountiful supply of
Tempe literature and promises to
boost Tempi' all he can while he is
HONEST MEDICINES VERSUS
President Taft's recent message sug
gesting an amendment to the Pure
Food and Drugs law in its relation
to Prepared Medicines,' does not re
fer to such standard medicines as Fo
ley's Honey and 7'ar Compound and
Foley Kidney Pills, both of which are
true 'medicines carefully comioiinded
f ingredients whose medicinal qual
ities are recognized by the medical
profession itself as the best known
remedial agents for the diseases they
are intcnd d to counteract For over
Santa Barbara J
The Coast Flyer"
v Leaves Phoenix daily at G:00 p. m. (city time); arrives Los
Angeles at 7:15 a. in. next morning. It is ELECTRIC LIGHT
ED and FAN EQUIPPTD. OILED ROADBED NO DUST
Make your reservations early. Dining cars on all trans, as
MEALS AT MEAL TIME."
three decades Foley's I lone v and Tar
Compound has been a standard rem
edy for coughs, colds and affections
of the throat, chest and lungs for
children and for grown persons, and
it retains today its pre-eminence
above all other preparations of its
kind. Foley Kidney Pilis are equally
effective, and meritorious. . Eivey &
A SALE TODAY.
.Marshal Brown will conduct the
sale of a stray mare mule at Buck's
stables this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The animal is above the average of
the sort usually picked up. and there
Is a possible 'bargain in store for
ESCAPED WITH HIS LIFE
"Twenty-one years ago I faced an
awful death," writes II. B. Martin,
Port Harrelson, S. C. "Doctors said
I had consumption and the dreadful
cough I had looked like it, sure
enough. I tried everything, I could
hear of, for my cough, and was under
the treatment of the best doctor in
Georgetown, S. C. for a year, but
could get no relief. A friend advised
me to try Dr. King's New Discovery.
I did so, and was completely cured
I feel that I owo my life to this
great throat and lung cure." It's
positively guaranteed for coughs,
colds, and all bronchial affections. 50c
and J 1.00. Trial bottle free at all
GOING TO COAST.
Frank Fogal and family expect to
leave this evening for the coast.
After getting the family settled there,
Mr. Fogal will return to Tempo to
look after his business interests,
making a trip to the coast from time
to time for visits with his family.
Foley Kidney Pills arc composed of
ingredients specially selected for their
corrective, healing, tonic and stimulat
ing effect upon the kidneys, bladder
and urinary passages. Thoy are anti
septic, antilithic and a uric acid sol
vent. Elvcy & Hulett.
ON CAMPING TRIP.
Dan Bowand and family are enjoy
ing a camping trip to Hoosevelt and
vicinity this week. They expect to
return the latter part of the week.
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM
POUND Is effective for coughs and colds in
either children or grown persons. No
opiates, no harmful drugs. In the
yellow package. Itefuse substitutes.
Elvey & Hulett.
DOG TAGS ON SALE.
Marshal Brown now iias dog tags
for sale, the annual license on ca
nines having become due the 1st of
July. It will be alnnit the middle of
the month before the dog catcher
gets down to business, so one really
won't have to buy a tag before that
date. They are on sale now, how
ever, and can be had at the usual
There will le the usual moving
picture show at the Airdomc this
evening and again tomorrow night.
The Airdomc just now is" filling a
want. There is nothing much els
t' do these summer evenings but
take in the picture show.
' I J
KIDNEY DISEASES ARE CURABLE
under certain conditions. The right
medicine must be taken before the
dlsiase has progressed too far. Mr.
Perry A. Pitman. Dale. Tex., says: "I
was down In bed' for four months
with kidney and bladder trouble and
gall stones. One bottle of Foley's
Kidney Remedy cured mo well and
sound" Ask for it. Elvey & Hulett
The stores will be closed again
this afternoon on account of the Fri
day closing rule which is now in ef
fect. Do your shopping this morn
ing or put it off until tomorrow.
THOSE WHO TAKE FOLEY KID
For their kidney and bladder ailments
and for annoying urinary irregular
ities aro alwas grateful both for the
quick and permanent relief they af
ford, and for their tonic and strength
ening effect as well. 7'ry Foley Kid
ney Pi Us.
BACK FROM PRESCOTT.
Ole Olsen returned yesterday from
Prescott. where he spent the Fourth
with friends and relatives.
The recent wet weather left 'a good
manv places across the road where
gas pipe trendies had sunk, and
there is a consequent complaint on
the part of auto owners.
BEET HARVEST DELAYED.
The harvest of sugar beets has
been somewhat delayed by the wet
weather. Of course, right after the
rain the ground was too soft for
ploughing and no effort was made
resume work until the middle of
week. It was found, however, at
the factory that the rain had so low-
red the sugar content of the bee ts
that sugar could not be made out
them. The plant has accordingly
been closed down until the first of
week, when it is thought the
sugar content will lie restored tuny
nd harvesting operations can be re
sumed. It is not anticipated that
there will lx any loss on account of
rain, other than that the harvest
will delayed a short time-.
A. R. GATTER, Gen'l Agt.
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The ringing of wedding bell, figura
tively speaking, created quite v ripple
of excitement -among the residents of
Queen Creek last night. The event
occurred at 8 o'clock at the liom of i.ie
bride. Miss Lilian Mock, who was mar
ried to Mr. E. M. Spain. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. A. L. Hawley in
tlie presence of the family of Mr. Haw
ley, Miss Jennie llemperly. Miss Gard
ner and the relatives of the brieve. Mr.
You need envy
none their happy
of your own
ERHAPS you've often envied the home man
his many comforts in life envied him his
own home to go to after a hard day's work.
You've often thought "if I were only he." No
need to envy any man his home for you can have
your home just as well as he.
We have the things for your home ready for
you and we've the way that will make it yours
just as you want it. Are you going to remain
longer without it ? We are ready now, aren't you ?
$2.50 to $20 j $6.00 to $75
Dorris - Heyman Purn. Co.
Everything for the Home
Tickets on sale up to July 8, inclusive.
Return limit September 15th, 1911.
Stopovers everywhere, going and re-1
turning. CflYou have a choice of
16 Different Routes
If you travel
W. S. GOLDS WORTHY, Gen. Agent.
Telephones Consolidated Main 108;
Overland 453. .
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