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Bear.. Editor: y
Uncle Zeke is out again,
in the Herald of August 29th,
and he has hit pretty close to
home this, time, .Xhjaye followed
Jbim in his meandering around
through this county and; been
very much interested in . things
ike has brought before us. And I
have wondered who he. isl and
where' does he livej but when he
, Mts as close jto ones roost as he
- ias this time it is about time one
wasprickjng up his ears aiijj
finding; out who this old fello.w
. N w TJucle Zeke the next time
you come to town cal on me, and
t will so locate my r equilibrim
ihat I venture on the hard wood
fibor without hoj "nailed shoes,
and if Ldon'j? do any more I can
show you such a time as Uncle
Josh Whetherby when he tried
to show them how; to Two-step." ;
on roller skates.. ' S a id; Ilncle
Josh,' By gosh it was onlytwo
r ?stbtSj ,'9 . The next was a;ten foot
sjf&derj than followed ail exhibi
tjoh' of' sodthingJr popP';;re:
' store tiim io fiis Q&nmii$Y! '
, 1 dp feel jpropil Uncle Zeke in
lifting from my shoulders the
responsibility of building a home.
The weary bother ."of getting
material together and . the long
' routine, detail, of piacing it ii the
building is enough to . make one
feel good ytheti it is oyer with. '
4 You are right Uncle Zeke when
you say, If a few. more op us
. would get out and work"., there
woulCbe,ljej3.s. reaso for a cry
' ydf hard times. Benjamin Frank-.
Hi; tells uis that the heaviest tax
u we p?ay is the. . tax f f . idleness. I
believe that Apache County has
. pai4 its portion of ths tax,. but I
r .. . believe, that our .county is a wak
ening from this lethergary , and
in the near future we will see
good and comfortabj hoes and
' our town wiil be mdxea&tMMfe,
. outside people. 'fe'el-niorVike;
"Aaking up th eir abode xwith ' us,
build up and beautify our coun-
. ,t ,1 wish to corVect yoMfu yt fathers:
mes'.'.-'JJis' name is Andrew S.
t GibSptis, Had youused thelet-
ter (i) instead of the letter (;a) you
i would of had my mothers name
Rizpah Gibbons. .Howeyer your
good intentions are appreciated.
v . Fatjier .represented Piute
v .County in the 5th - legisluture
. Gonyeniug-at Tucson, Pima Coani
. ty, Arizona, Nov. 10th, 1868.
: We owe a geat deal to these old
veterans, who have oeen bear
; -ers of civilization and have ovef
v Hcome everts obstacle thajt has
y stood in its way and have open
r . ed the way for our present civil
'zation and the many cdm forts we
- how enjoy. - 1 -
jnow uncle zeke come again I
: ;and make more clear your iiii$nt-
ity, that you may be .better
known among us.
, ln dnef the ceptrilly located
down town buildings in the capi
tal city ' headquarters of the
Arizona Equal Suffrgae Central
Committee are to be opened the
coming week, the initial step of
the stot e wide- campaign for
political . equality..; Wheii ;be
yroposed amendment to .the con
stitution is vote.upon November,
5 it is the object of the Arizona
women who 'believe'equarsuff rage
will benefit the state and home
to have it pass, by an overwhelm
mgt' majority. . :
That thev are awake .and.
ready to demand their civil
responsiDiiiuy is ueinnurabcu
't M!i j 3 '
the eagerness with which they.
are offering their services to da
anv and all work iriuthe stren-tj
uous campaign which 'is being
mauDPd out bv Mrs, Frances-
.jVtunds of Prescott, cbaitman of
the .central committee and one
of the t?est known, and most
ardent suffragistsof the 1 .souths
west..;.- v. . .. . . . .
. First, last and always suffrage j
is to be,argued and preaabedi
Prominent amoung those who1
wil 1 'assist in carrying out theJ
program is Laura Gregg Cannon
formerly of Arizona ut more
recently of Los Angeles where:
she was a notable worker and
whose efforts did much toward
granting California women
their enf ranch isment:
; Mrs. Cannon is admittedly one
of the most brilliant speaker and
best informed jWOtnen of the
Uay. She is scheduiea to arriveq
early in Septethber shortly after
which her speaking dates will
be 'announced. She "will discuss
in full why womarii. -want the
ballot and bow as citizens they
wish to do their civic duty.
While the mass , meeting will-,
be strong factors in the arrange
inents organization ,wlll receive
Every womau will 'l e: Ji.rged ' tor
take htrpart in . securing equal
suffrage for Arizona.
v Eyery precinct will be. or
ganized. Every chance to spread the suf
frage gospel will.be grasped.
Society, club and business worn
en with unassuming housewife
.will unite to give their best ef
forts to obtain the ballot. There
will oe speehes, house to house
canvasses and even "buttonhol
ing" for the votes- f or - women
cause. The esired result, the
leaders declare is to bd . achieved
'primarily ,by women for while
, support wiill come from the men
in thewomep must be the initiative-.
' ' - '
, Pro,nine,nt in the Jeague work
in the various counties are such
well .know.n:. aqd : representative
womeii as, Dr. Agnes McKee
Wallace.,, Prescott, Mrs; C. Q.
Rutherford, Jerome, Mrs Angela
Hammer, Wickenburg, Mrs Marv
S, McCormick Phoenix, Mrs Jf.
I . -WtsaVey
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MrsV J. W. Aker,' Clifton, Mss,
Vireril Partch, Phoenix, fdrs.
Joseph B. Patterson, St. Johns
Mrs. Kean St Charles, Kingman,
Mrs. Victori A. Garvin Yumav
Mrs JL, C Uuofkes, JTucspn, Mrs.,
Rpse G. Rancfali, Hayson; Mrs.
Elizabeth; Lay ton. 'hatehr,
MrsM E.. B. Farr St,: Johns,.
Mrs. Wi liam Bernard Clear?,
Watkins, Kinsman Mrs. F. B.
Coleman, Thatcher, Mr. Thez4.
Lee, Thatclir, Mts. S. A Hop
kins'. Miami Mrs. J: B.f Wise Cal,,
abasas, Mrs. James Scott, -Pine-dailei
Mrs. Pught um, Mrs:
Mary Loy, Prescottr and Mrs. .
JosepliSmitb, Sncw iake .
Prof. J. H. Hansen will be the
Jeettirer at the Parents Class ne.xt
Suri'dly. It miht bj t6 your
interest to be present.
"Try f Cardiii," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N C
"I Was in a very low state of health, and was n6t abl to
be up and tend to my duties, i -did-: -try Cardui, and soon
began to. feci better. I got able to be up and hc!p dp my
housework. Tcontinued to take the medicine, and now I
am able to do my housework and to care-for my children,,
and I feel as though I could, never praise Cardui enough
for the benefits ! have received,", I . -
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Cardui is successful, becapse, it is made especially for
women, and acts specifically onjhe womanly constitution.
Cardui does ' one thing, and does it well. That explains
the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years,
in helping thousands of weak and ailing wonien back to
health and happiness. -
If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and . -.are-nervous,,;
cross, and jrritable, it's becauseyou need a tpnic. Why, not
try Cardui ? Cardui buslds, strengthens, jesjores, and acts
in every w4y as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test
it for yourself; " Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him.
Write Ladles 'Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. CKaffanoora. Tenn..
75 per cent on any make .
The republicans bave selec6if
ti& follQwing;eanii.d;tes without' '
opposition and their names mil
appear on che primary b.illob:
For Presidetftiai 'Eleetorfe:
Frefl S.-jBreea, CoConino county;
Hovat A. Smith, Cochise cofon;
Waiter a,ibbbj:Marico vi' oji i .
Fpr Conress: 'T, E. ampfheir,
Yof avapai-oounty . r . r . t ;
The democrats have, seven -cagi-didates
for p residential eieJto$s:
George Babbitt, Lysande 8ai-
dy, JolikK. BEampton, Wi
iFoifies, W; A. O'Connor; S
r6vreat 'W.-T. W,&o. ,E?ocCi
gress : Car L T. Hrtyden . ,
The progress iye candidates ir
presidential electigtrs are;. rE
ClirkrJcfhn C; Green way, Dwtht
B. HeaM;For Congress: Bolfert
8. Fisher. x . jj",'
Socialist partv presMetifeai
eleqtorsf j. Jj. Brookst . B.
Simanton, PaTul &' "White. .Fur
Congress:. A. Clvarles Smith
Ajll candidates for. congress,
t x :ept tlie ' soi-ia list can'dida te.
Smith, are pledged to the recall.