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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1912.
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wants the best service giving machine.
Every man who uses a Deering Ideal ma
chine will give it his endorsement.
EZRA W. THAYER
Everything
in Hardware
VISIT PHOENIX' MOST BEAUTIFUL SPOT
The Dunbar Rose Gardens
Choice American Beauty Roses. Can be skipped
to any part of the United States with safety. Floral
wreaths, and all kinds of funeral emblems. Tele
graph and telephone orders promptly filled. Free
delivery to any part of Phoenix.
The Dunbar Rose Gardens
Phone Main 56.
Cor. 21st Ave. and Adams St.
The Dawn
By OSCAR GRAEVE
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Fence Cyclone Lawn Fence and Gates
All Kinds ot Fence Wire
Phoenix Warehouse Company
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Corner Third Avenue and Jackson
WE WILL GIVE YOU A RAZOR
to advertise the DURHAM-DUPLEX $5.00 Razor for only the dis
tributing expense 35c. Fill this out and bring to our store with 35c.
Name
Street
City Stato
ONE TO EACH MAN
A. L. Boehmer's Busy Drug Store
N. E. Corner Center and Washington St.
KUNZ BROS. AND MESSENGER
MACHINERY
Two Blocks South of Court House
THE FORD HOTEL
THE LOGICAL PLACE
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ONCE TRIED ALWAYS
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supply you with every need.
ARIZONA MOTOR CO.
Both Phones. First St. and Van Buren.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
03G28
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
March 14. 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Fred
erick Taylor, of Avondale, Ariz., who,
on March 1st, 1907, made homestead
entry, No. 03C28, for SW54 SW&
Sec 2. W NW4, NW& 3W, Sec
tion 11, Township IN, Range 1W, G.
R- Meridian, has filed notice of
indention to mako final five year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Register and
Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Phoe
nix, Arizona, on the 17th day of
April. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
David H. Lenox
Henry Austin Hill
William G Moore
Albert A. Champion, all of Avondale,
Arizona.
FRANK H. PARKER,
Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
014366
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
AOirch 14. 1912.
Notico is hereby given that
Henry E. Weaver, assignee of John
Empy, of Avondale, Arizona, who on
May 15, 1911, made desert land entry
No. 0143GC, for Lot 1 and SEHNEU,
ESEJ4. Section 5, Township IN,
Range 1W, O. & S. R. Meridian, has,
filed notice of Intention to make Final
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Register and
Receiver. U. S. Land Office, at Phoe
nix, Arizona, on tho ISth day of April,
1912.
Claimant names .as witnesses:
Dick Pincham, of Avondale,' Arizona.
J. Wllford Johnson, of Avondale, Ari
zona, O. A. Moore, of Avondale. Ari
zona; Homer B. King, of Phoenix,
Arizona.
FRANK H PARKER,
, Register
COmiGHT. 1)1.. IT THE riARSON rOILlSBIHC Co.
(Cimlinutd f'tm yitttriay)
But at that she was on her feet
again, flushed and raging. "Money!
Money! Money!" she cried; "damn
your money! U' all you think of us.
You use us and then you throw us
aside as a dog leaves a gnawed bone.
And you go on with yotir position
and your honor. Hut let me tell you,
it doesn't work! We all got to pay.
You as well as me. We all got to
share!"
"I'm sharing," he said grimly.
"You you, and you can throw me
off like this and try to take mv bov.
i Listen to me!" her voice went so
low as to be almost a whisper. "If
you do as you say. if you take the
, boy, I'll go up there" she pointed to
i (ho village "In front of the hotel, and
I'll say, 'Ezra Benton's child is my
child and he took him away from me
. because he was afraid it would be
1 found out.' I'll go to the church and
; I'll climb up beside the minister and
j I'll cry, 'Ezra Benton's child is my
; child and he's robbed me of him be
cause hes afraid you you, all of you
will hear of his sin!'"
The man's face grew as wild as her
own. The veins on his forehead
swelled so that they were like blue
steel wires. He shouted something
inarticulate and gasping, and ad
vanced upon her with working lips
and fingers. But suddenly he saw her
stiffen and her finger pointed. She
whispered: "There there he Is.
There's Little Boy."
The man's eyes followed the direc
tion of her fingers. There stood the
small, terrified figure of the child,
looking at them both with wondering
fright. Before the boy's gaze, the
man covered his face with his hands,
and. hatless, Hung himself out the
door.
The next d.y Ezra Benton sat at
his desk in the bank on Main Street.
The long, sleepless night had laid its
haggard marks upon his eyes and lips,
but otherwise he appeared the strong,
successful mau that Pont du Lac
boasted of. A clerk came to the door
o announce Miss Short and Miss Lan
sing, teachers from the high school.
Ezra Benton nodded, and the two
women came fluttering in. Miss Lan
sing spoke in high, nervous tones:
"We've come to ask you, Mr. Ben
ton, if you won't make a speech to
the graduates at the commencement
exercises on the twentieth?"
The man did not look at them as
he sat toying with a paper-weight on
Ills desk. What a mockery it was to
be asked to give advice to other peo
ple's children to advise young men
along the straight path he. of all
men! The hypocrisy of it shamed
and stung him and yet he must play
the game! But why had they se
lected him? He had no children of
Iris own from whom to learn, none oi
his own except Little Boy. Suddenly
ho remembered that as long as Rose
lived he could not call even Little
Boy his own. lie forgot the two
women and struck the desk with hl3
clenched fist.
At their frightened exclamation he
looked up and said bruskly: "I'll think
It over, ladles."
They glanced at each other, seeking
courage for further persuasion. Fi
nally, Miss Lansing spoke again: "If
you could tell us we wish to an
nounce it "
He nodded: "Very well."
So with embarrassed thanks and
good-days they edged out.
After they had gone, the man sat
at his desk, his hands folded, gazing
straight into vacancy. He was think
ing ot Little Boy. He remembered
how he had taught him to say, "Papa
Ezra," almost as soon as he could
talk at all. And he felt the touch of
the small, soft hands traveling over
his rough face as he held him in his
arms, with the boy smiling at him
with round open mouth and round
open eyes. Presently he bent over and
laid hie head on his clasped hands.
His eyes were hot and dry but his
breath came in long, rasping sobs
that were hard to 6tiflc. So he re
mained for a long while.
For two weeks Ezra Benton did not'
visit the house at the foot o the hill.
The chief reason was because he was
afraid. After the long secrecy of
years, a whisper at last seemed to
steal around the village a whisper
that connected his name with that of
Rose. Nothing tangible was said; the
name3 were not mentioned; it was
ljke a vapor arising from a marsh ?t
nightfall. Men whispered to one an
other of having seen a dark figure on
the road to Rose's house late at night.
That was all! But the whispers
reached Ezra's ears. And he trem
bled. For, strong man that he was. his
great pride was his position and the
respect which men paid him. For
thiB position had been the result of
continuous, unrelenting struggle. For
it he had sacrificed the pleasures and
joys of other men home, love, chil
dren, friendships! He knew he must
be careful. So he did not venture
near Rose. And meanwhile, the de
sire for Little Boy his little boy
was worrying him as salt worries an
open wound.
The whispering increased. Ezra
wondered if his wife had said any
thinghis wife whom he despised but
who held him in her power.
Across the dinner table one night,
he regarded her with heavy, sneering
eyes. "Have you said anything of ray
absences at night to start this talk?"
he asked.
She, a thin, flat-breasted woman,
laughed at him. "Do you think I
want to parade my shame?" she said
coldly.
The day which was to end with tho
commencement exercises arrived. Ezra
Benton had prepared his speech with
self-loathing- It spoke of honor, of
the fear of God and of right living.
He imagined himself delivering it
with the eyes" of his wife upon him
always her eyes. Then, he pictured
at its end Rose standing In the door
way with Little Boy Jn her arms,
pointing at him. not speaking, but
laughing with laughter that would
never cease hut that would follow him
all through his life.
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Ft. L. BALKE
Proprietor of the Big Curio on Adams Street
United States Licensed INDIAN TRADER HOUSE.
MEXICAN
ZERAPE
The Pride of
the Mexican
Race
A Mexican Zcrapc should bo in
cluded in your purchases as si
lasting memento of your stay in
Arizona by all means. A most
desirable and useful souvenir.
I have gathered my collection on
my annual trips through the land
of "Mamma, for the past 25 years.
Every Zeiape guaranteed "abso
lutely real" "absolutely genuine"
"absolutely fast colors." No
two alike. Each one selected with
utmost care and years ot ex
perience. Useful for couch covers, portcries,
draperies or wall decorations.
Unique and artistic. It has not
its equal.
Prices i-.inge from ..$5.00 to $50.00
I MAKE GOOD. I REFER
YOU TO ANY BANK OR
FIRST CLASS BUSINESS
IS YOUR . TITLE CLEAR?
There is too much hard busippss
senso about this query t ni.iko it
necp.sfiiry to suggest that you have
us look up the title hlsr.iry of the
land you contemplate purivKtsing. The
man who buys without hi'iig a
clear abstract is laying the founda
tion of a lawsuit. Have MMed search
ed by ua and be sure of your inter
ests in purchases. Arizona Abstract
Co.
THE MAN WHO SHAVES. .
Will be glad to know that ln can
purchase a Weller safety razor, with a
blade of the best razor steel, bone han
dled for 33 cents. Since these ra
zors were first advertised, the pile on
tho counter at Boehmer's has melted
away like snow before a Chinook wind.
The cut of the btule is not at all af
fected by the cut in price. It has the
natural sliding stroke, the novice can
shae like an expert barber.
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HOUSEKEEPERS.
Often prefer butter made by tho
farmer's wife in her own kitchen, it
has a freshness not found in cold
storage butter. These housewives will
be glad to know that tho Farmer's
Cooperative Creamery Co. pell tho
dairy products of the ranchers of tho
Salt River Valley, 27 X. 3rd St.
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SPREADING OUT.
One of our home institutions is
vlolng good work. It will shortly ex
tend its operations into several states
and carry the name "Arizona" into
thousands of homes. That means ad
vertising our new. State. It also
means bringing more money into
Arioznn for home development. Let
us all be loval to home interests, in
sure in the Arizona Fire Insurance
Company, and give outsider the "go
bye".
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PRETTY DISHES.
Add very materially to the beauty
of the home but often it is impossible
to get china, that is both handsome
and inexpensive. The II. G. Edwards
Co. has just secured a shipment of
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
013439
Department of tho interior, U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona.
April 11. 1012.
j Notice is hereby given that Earl
THE AMERICAN UNDERSLUNG j R- S",t"- oC ?ric"p?' Arizona who.
The car with the underslung con- " February 24, 1911, made Home-
Section 33, Township 4S. Range 3E,
table furnishings that appeals to the
woman with tho fastidious taste and
the limited income. Dainty patterns
banded in gold a tea set for $1.73.
Second and Adams St.
structlon, ha an absolutely straight
line drive. Carrying its frame under
neath tho nxles, angularity in the
propeller shaft is avoided saving from
five to fifteen per cent of the power.
Owing to the principle of spring sus
pension used.- no jerks are felt ex
cept in cases of abrupt drops, and
the low center of gravity prevents
skidding. standard Auto Co., 23-27
N. 2nd St.
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Of The State of Arizona, in and for
the County of Maricopa.
In the Matter of the Estate of Bar
bara llaggerston. Deceased.
Notice for Publication of Settlement
of Account, and the Hearing of Pe
tition for Final Distribution
Notice is hereby given that Jos. S
Jc-nekes the Administrator of the
Estato of Barbara IIagger3ton, 'de
ceased, has rendered and presented
for settlement, and filed in said
Court, his final account of his ad
ministration of said estate, together
with his petition for final distribution
of said estate; and that Tuesday the
23rd lay of April 1312, at 10 o'clock
A. M., at the Court-room of said
Court, at the Court House, in the
City of Phoenix, in said Maricopa
County, lias been duly appointed by
the said Court, for the settlement ot
said account ami the hearing of said
petition for distribution, at which
time and place any person Interested
in said estate may appear and file
his exception in writing to the saiu
account and to said petition for dis
tributlon. and contest the same.
Dated Aoril 0th, 10112.
WM. E. THOMAS.
Clerk.
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OUR LINES OF OILS, VARNISHES, WOOD STAINS AND DYES.
MURESCQ. BRUSHES AND PAINTERS MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS ARE
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WE CARRY NO TRASH IN THIS STORE AND YOU CAN ALWAYS
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TALBOT & HUBBARD Inc.
"AT THE SIGN OF THE DOG."
G. & S. R. Meridian, has. filed no
tice of Intention to make final com
mutation proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before Re
gister and Receiver, U. S. Land Of
fice, at Phoenix, Arizona,- on the
ltth day of May, 1012.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Earl L. Goodson,
F. C. Wright,
Pink L. Cole.
Perry M. Williams, all of Maricopa,
Arizona.
FRANK II. PARKER,
Register.
ENCOURAGING FOOTPADS
In these days ot general banking,
the person who carries a large sum
if money in his pocket, is encour
aging outlawry ami is little to be
pitievl when overtaken by a footpad.
Bank all your funds but small
change and use a check book. It's
a credit maker; an Indication that
you understand business methods.
The Valley Bank of Phoenix is the
largest bank in Arizona.
Iris
Coffee
is packed in one and three
pound cans which pre
serves its rich aroma ex
cellent flavor intact until
used.
E. S. WAKELIN
GROCER CO.
You Must Stop
FOR A COOL ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
THE WILLIAMS BOUSE
MARICOPA. ARIZONA.
CHIROPODIST-
Painless removal of
Corns, 50 cents each.
Bunions, Moles and
Warts removed by
electricity. Ingrow
ing Toenails a spe
cialty. Open from 8 a, m. to 6 p. m.
30 East Adams St. Phone. Overland
2C23. Con., Red 8072.
FRANK SHIRLEY.
We Buy, Rent, Sell
or Exchange
Anything and Everything
Con. Phone, Main 4041.
Overland 310.
H. G. EDWARDS
144 . Adams.
122 North Second St.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
03667
f partment of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
March 14. 1912.
Notico is hereby given that
Charles II. Burke, of Phoenix, Ariz.
Box 023, who. on March 20. 1907,
made original homestead No. 713 and
on May 7, 1907 made additional home
stead No. 790 now serial No. 03GC7,
for SiiSWU, S&.SEK. Section 20,
Township 1 N, Range IE, O. & S.
It. Meridian, has filed notice of In
cntion to make Final five year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before Register and Re
ceiver, U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix,
Arizona, on the 16th day of April,
1512.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John W. Seargeant, of Cashlon,
Arizona; Nicholas Beven, of Cashlon,
Arizona; George W. Ross, of Cashion,
Arizona; James I. Bates, of Cashlon,
Arizona.
FRANK II. PARKER.
Register
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
09C69
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona.
March It. 1912.
Notice Is hereby given that Belle
King, of Phoenix, Arizona, who, on
April 12, 1910, made desert land en
try, No. 09G69, for west half. Section
33, Township 2N, Range '1W, G. &
S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make final proof, to
establish claim to the land above
described, before Register and Re
ceiver, U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix,
Arizona, on the ISth day of April,
1912.
Claimant names a3 witnesses:
Dick Pincham, of Avondale, Ariz.
J Wllford Johnson, of Avondale. Ariz.
Harry E. Weaver, of Avondale, Ariz.
Homer B. King, ot Phoenix, Ariz.
FRANK H. PARKER,
Register.
NOTICE FOR "PUBLICATION.
011739
Department of the Interior. U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
March 14. 1912.
Notico is hereby given that
HIchard II. Moore, of Phoenix, .Ari
zona, who, on July 10, 1910, made
Homestead entry No. 011739, for Lot
6. N&SEVS, Section 1, Township IS.
Range IB, G. & S. R. Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to mako Final
commutation Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
Register and Receiver, U. S Land
Office, at Phoenix, Arizona, on the
17th dav of April, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles Vandewalker, John Van-
derwalker, Melvln Hughes, Herman
McCormlck, all of Phoenix, Arizona.
FRANK H. PARKER,
Register
"HIS MASTER'S VOICE."
Get a Victor phonograph, and you
may listen to the voices of numerous
masters, Sembrich, Schumann-IIeink,
Caruso, Tetrazinni, whose singing has
thrilled thousands who have paid
many dollars to listen to these night
ingales of the stage. For a few times
the prico of the tickets which you
would purchase to hear them in a
metropolitan opera house you can get
a Victor, and listen to them sing as
often as you choose. Miller-Sterling
Co.
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BREAD CONSUMPTION.
Is a quesiion in which we arc all
personally interested. Some peoplo
may not know that the Phoenix Flour
Mills sell a flour made of Arizona's
soft wheat and tho harder Kansas
grain, that is unexcelled for making
bread. They also have a pastry flour
made from the grain grown in tho
Salt River Valley, that is rapidly be
coming a favorite with the pie mak
ers of this section, try a homo pro
duct the next time you buy a sack
of flour.
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FOLLOW THE CROWD
And .vou will inevitably bring up
at tho Savoy. The reason? Oh.
you'll discover that when the first'
picture is shown. It's the pictures
. . . . mretc OiAl
ail(l IIIC r.lUCUIIlU uavu mni. ?..- -
effect vou at once .pronounce as "so
different." The best and latest sun
jects shown in the most perfect and-f
pleasing manner, with no flicker that
makes you blink has made the Savoy
the picture house.
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FOR THE FAMILY ICE-BOX
Mclczcr Bros, have provided for
family use during the heated term
a nice line of those select wines and
liquors that have a place in the ice
chest at home. Goods that are just
a little nicer than the ordinary com
mercial lines obtained elsewhere.
They will bo pleased to send you u
list or fill your order by phonr- witn
such bottled dainties as you need.
Just call Melczer.
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THE BIG MARKET.
On Washington street is known to
every housewife who wishes to look
at tho meat she buys, for it is so
conveniently located to the shopping
district, that she stops in on her way
to or from the dry goods stores. Re
member this and if you haven't made
it a habit to personally inspect tho
meat you buy get the habit by stop
ping in at Tribolcts tho next time
you are down town. They sell meats,
fish lobster, shrimps, fruits and vege
tables.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.
Benjamin Franklin remains one of
the striking figures of the revolu
tion. He was always a great be
liever in the home. When one thinks
how easy it is to possess ono through
the Home Builders and what a pretty
place Las Pajmas is to live in and
how closo to town the new car line
brings it, there is littio wonder that
everybody is buying there.
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results.
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