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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUN DAT MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1902
AN INTERESTING LAWSUIT. grass Eg lllffll 13 -Jsr limn bbd 11 m i4 ; s Ml BE RUBBED AWAY But a good liniment or plaster will often give temporary ease by producing counter-irritation and reducing the in flammation and swelling, but there is nothing curative c-bout these simple remedies, for Rheumatism is not a skin Ciisease and cannot be rubbed away with liniments or drawn out by plasters or anything else applied to the sur face. Rheumatism is caused by urea, uric acid and other irri tant poisons in the blood, which are carried through the circulation to every part of the body and deposited in the muscles, joints and nerves. When the system is in this condition, exposure to night air, colcfwinds or damp, chilly weather, seem to arouse the sluggish blood and the most terrific pains begin td shoot througlr the muscles and joints and they swell and inflame, writhe and twist, and so intense is the suffering that the glsgiiSsfs strongest constitution cannot long hold out against the nerve- Z0 racking tortures of acute Rheumatism, and many times its victims arc lert nopeiess, neipiess cripples, witn crooicea Louisville, !y., March 27, '02. Gentlemen : I am glad to say that S. S. S. h23 cured me of Rheumatism. About two years ago I suffered from Rheumatism in my knees and feet, my ankles swelling so that i could not put on my shoes. This continued for several months, during which time I was applying liniments and going by my physi cian's directions, but derived no benefit. I was told cf S. S. S. and tried it. I imme diatsly got relief, and in six months vas entirely well D. J. Duane, 2I08 Floyd St limbs and shattered nerves. There is no limit to its powers for evil; not a fibre of the body is beyond the reach of the dangerous acids and poisons circu lating in the blood; the valves of the heart are often affected, resulting in palpitation or something far more serious. Rheumatism does not always come on suddenly; its growth is often gradual. Lit tle pains begin tugging at the muscles or wandering from joint to joint as winter approaches, or the weather is unsettled and changeable, but they in crease with each recurring attack, and nothing is more certain than that this insidious disease will at last get you completely in its power and almost before 3-011 realize it joints are swollen and locked, muscles contracted and stiff, and you are a chronic sufferer from Rheumatism. You can never conquer this deep-seated disease with external remedies that give only partial or tem porary relief, nor by flooding the system with Alkali and Votash mixtures, which break down the digestion, while the disease is left to pursue 11 detractive, work. No remedy brings such" prompt -nd te.sur. r-A'.ni in rheumatic troubles as S. S. S., which -attacks the ciisease in the blood, :ieutralis..- the acids and stimulates all the blood r.m iun;s' organs, it removes irom the system all poisonous .substances, purifies and enriches the thin acid blood, and when the Uric Acid salts and the gritty particles are dis lodged and drenched out of the aching muscles and joints, the patient is happily relieved for all time of 'lie discomforts and miser)' of Rheumatism. S. S. S. being a purely vegetable remedy can be taken with safety by the old, middle acd and young. It will cure you, no matter whether you arc c long-time sufferer or c::lv beginning to feel occasional twinges of Rheumatism. Write us about your c".:-c jiiiu our pnys; special book on- Rheumatism. nans v vill ;e. you wilhout charge. We will mail free our T ' ' C. O. CLIPPINQER, I F. T. POMFKOT. Manager Temp Department. . I Manager Mesa Iepartraect. '- i vi4 jt.f 4.4.4... TEMPE-MESA REPUBLICAN ! TEMPE Miss Gerald of G!obe is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dudley Craig. Dean Goodwin, who is principal of the Lehi Fthool, was in Tempe yester day. Marsha! Ccrr.pton is guarding a case of the mumps. Attorney Goadwln was irr Phoenix yesterday transacting business pertain ing to the Hyder case. The sor ial given by the C E. Society of the "ongregational church at the home of Rev. Drew on Friday evening proved a pleasant afTalr. A large num ber of Tempe's young people were present r.nd. enjoyed themselves at crokinole and other games. A vocal solo by Mis. Harry Thompson and several instrumental pieces by Prof. Orander's quertette were among the numbers on the musical programme greatly enjoyed. The Tempe republicans are offering two to one on Monison's carrying .Yav apai county, and are offering even money on general results for Morrison. W. H. Wilbur transacted business in Phoenix yesterday. L. A. Steele has announced himself ns an independent candidate for con rtable. Engineer L. P. Abell of Denver, Colo., who has been in Tempe for several months past looking after the town's interest In the construction of the city water works, returned to his home last I evening. R. E. Fuller, of the Gilbert Wilkes Company, the fame f.-n Mr. Abell represented, will succeed him here. One of the mor delightful social af fairs of the ses.n was had by the senior class of :he non.iil school on Friday evening. The enli.e class was present, consisting of the Misses Georgie Reed, P borah a.:d Janie Ir win, Emma and ; mie King, Ina Les terbarger, Lizzie ''cner, Ruth John son, Lucy Cun - ', Alice Curnow and Rose Hottlrier and Messrs. Pad dock, Curnow, SorJage, Laney, Ruse, C. and R. Alexr " r. Dainty refresh ments, games r- 1 music contributed to the pleasure the evening o We Invite the ladies of Tempe to ex amine our new stock of furs and fas cinators just received. K. T. Hyder. We have for sale extra- dry cotton wood stove wood. Rirchett Bros. For sale An old established second hand store on account of sickness. B. Cohen, or call on A .Neilsen, Tempe, A. T. HE LEARNED A. GREAT TRUTH. fWm l! SOME BOTTLE CURES RMPIIM1TIP.M 5 Br:chf dUfaoc, io- : br.ck dimt d-poit, ..' bl wcttinir of rttildruD, gravel, thik, turliij, frothy uri no, I dropky, dlabetua. I FHMALK j TiiOUKLKS. V; I For the dineaKes ..... . K . mt - Itt-ulalor. tak en ia co n-rt.oa nd i: In il .1 r Cnrp.fi-rtAlbfne- ft ficlaleiTrot. It t nil and t.oTuJ in b n ti y CtHt condition, tt)U!eT c'..'n-n ! rure. Bend 25 t:-nt in 2o itwu to Y. V. Mc- M Burn-T,13 3. Hprin 61 , I.o ATj-:.ra. Cai., I J cists. It is said of John Wesley that he once said to Mistress Wesley: "Why do you tell that child the same thing ever and over again?" "John Wesley, because once telling Is not enough." It Is for this same reason that you are told again and again that Chamber lain's Cough Remedy cures colds and grip; that it counteracts any tendency of these diseases to result In pneu monia, and that it is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Elvey & Hulett, druggists. KIDNEY BLADDER' MESA Mr. I. P. Siliman came up to Mesa yesterday on a business visit and will remain but one day. He looked up some of his old friends here with whom he was associated in the stage line from Phoenix to Mesa and in the Mes-n fruit store operated by him In Phoenix. He is now located In Los Angeles and Is engaged In the real estate business, mostly handling lands in the Imperial country, of which country he is very enthusiastic as to its future. Miss Rcsie McBrayer Is spending :i few days in Lehi visiting with her sis ter, Mrs. Connolly. Mrs. Lizzie Macdonald came in from Mexico a few days ago and Is the guest of Mrs. Sorensen, her daughter. Mrs. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK TEMPE, A RIZONA. , Paid up Capl tal, $50,000.00. Tbe oldest and largest bank In Tempe. Has plenty of money to lend on raln .cattle, water rights, real estate or any first-clam security. V7. J. KINGSBURY, O. L. PEASE. "W. C. HILDRETII, President. VIce-Prea. Cashier. Macdonald is one of the old settler3 here and will remain for some time. Yesterday was gall day for the re publicans In Mesa. Preparations began early in the day. for it was the Inten tion of the republicans to scare the democrats to death with the demon stration they would make for their can didate. Soon after noon the M?sa Brass band drove through the country dis pensing music and stirring the people up. In the middle of the afternoon giant powder was used and was con tinued intermittingly until the train arrived. A large crowd, accompanied by the Mesa Brass band, met the train at the depot, and a procession was formed and marched to the Mesa amusement hall, where the rally wan held. The stag? was tastefully decor ated with thr! Stars and Stripes and bunting. In the United State. court yesterday arternoon D. A. Richardson, of No-' pales, and United States Attorney Nave appeared by the defendants In the suit brought against A. J. Gi isyold of Nogales and his bondsmen. Grls wuli was postmaster at Nogalcs. One night Sandoval & Co., bankers, sent $."i,000 by registered mall to the bank Bt Bisbee. While the mail was still In the Nogalos postofflce a boy named Gaxiola broke in and cut open the mall ruck tailing the registered package containing the money. He was after wards arrested and all but $1,863 In gold recovered. The government alleged that the theft was due to the carelessness cf the postmaster, and brought suit for the amount against Griswold and his bondsmen, L. V. Mix, Edward Tlt- (omb, Theodore Gebler and Fred Her- lera. The defendant demurred on the ground that the government was not damoged by the theft, because it does not guarantee to replace money lost in the registered mails, because the post master 13 not liable fcr the safo keep ing of packages, and finally because Sandoval & Co., the losers are not par ties to the suit. The case was argued by Mr. Richardson of Nogales and United States Attorney Nave, r.nd was r-jbmltted to Judge Davis. Tucson Post. o Columbia university has decide! to go Harvard one better and grant the degree of bachelor of arts after a two, years' coarse. The plan Is perfectly fiEsible, for after two years at cdlege a young man Is quit? as well qualified for the degree as at the end of four ycais, with the possible exception of the departments of golf, tennis and football. Indeed, it would save time and money If the preparatory schools were empowered to- confer the degree of A. B., leaving the universities as a lost-graduate course for specialists. With every high school pupil an A. B. and every returning hero from foreign wars an LL. D., we should at once take a commanding place as the intellectual leader oi nations. Chicago Post. NO WAR CLOUD HERE. Senator Hanna denies the story that he is to meet Mayer Johnson In debate. The mayor shows no more spirit In th? matter than the senator does. The white wings of pace are g.-ntly hover ing over the situation. Cincinnati Enquirer. Territorial News THE OCHOA MURDER CASE. Borqucz, the murder of Steve Ochoi was placed on trial yesterday in thu district court. The defendant is under indictment for murder in the first de gree. The county Is represented In the prosecution by District Attorney Thomas D. Satterwhlte and Judge Wil liam Lovell, special counsel for the Ochoa estate. Judge Charles Blenma.j represents the defendant. Borquez. The defendant when brought Into court showed some slight signs of nervous ness, probably caused by his confine ment In Jail and the curiosity cf th.? large crowd In the court room who all appeared to be anxlou3 to get a look at the youthful criminal. During the afternoon session of the court Borrjuez seemed to loose his nervousness and to take a close Interest in all th? pro ceedings cf the court. Mrs. Ochoa. widow of Steve Ochoa. accompanied by her father, Mr. McCleary and broth er, were In attendance all through the session. Mrs. Ochoa occupied a seat by Attorney Lovell and was an Intent listener to all the evidence. Three wit nesses were examined duringMhe after noon. The prosecution proved by its evidence the shooting of Ochoa by Borquez. That the defendant had made threats before the shooting that he would kill hi m Ochoa, that he had It's a mistake to Imagine that itching ; piles can't be cured; a mistake to suffe a day long?r than you can help. Doan's Ointment brings instant relief and per-j manent cure. At any drug store. 50c. IT WAS ELK'S NIGET And Thy Gave the Oberle Co. a Hoyal Send-Off. Saturday night was Elks' night at ' the Dorrls theater. The performance was the last one of the Oberle Stock ! Company's engagement here, and the members of the Elks' lodge planned a pleasant surprise for Mr. Oberle and his associates, Mr. Obeiie b?ing a mem- j ber of the local lodge. It was not an , advertising dodge arranged by the , company with a half rat? ticket in- j drcement, but a genuine outpcuiing of fraternal spirit that originated with the j mystic brotherhood. - The members of the lodge attended : in a body, thus giving to the company ( its endorsement and a hearty God- j speed on the tour of the southern towns that will begin this week, n sort cf glad hand that mear.s something more than . form. There was also a.n unusually large attendance cf the gen eral public, Saturday night being a good show night. The bill was The Octcroon, 'and its manner of presenta- j tion was an Improvement over the right before, when it was satisfactorily presented, though, for the first time, i Therp was also a good attendance at the matinee productlsn of The Lost Paradise. The company will leave to night for Tucson, and it will take with It the good will and best wishes of the entire the ter-poing public of this city. Mr. Obeiie made a shcrt talk last night, thanking the people for thelf patronage and announcing that the company expects to return here In about six weeks. I o I Tco late to cure a cold after con sumption has fastened its deadly grip on the lungs. Take Dr. Wood's Nor way Pine Syrup while yet there Is time. Men Only, DR. 0. C. J0SLEN, Ike Leading p'C'alitt. Write Me About Your Case. THE LADY NEEDS THE MONET. If the sultan of Turkey has got to pay back that ransom money how ccmes It that Miss Stone Is going about collect ing it from her patient congregations? Atlanta Constitution. I For sixteen years I have treated men's dtueast-s exclusively, and have mastered them thoroughly. I positively cure every case that 1 accept for treatment, no matter whether the patient calls upon me In person or receives the remedies and my instructions by mail. 1 will gladly reply to letters and give such helpful advice as I am able to render absolutely frc. In writing describe your case ai fully as possiMe. instructive" col ored chart pent free tipon 'frrpicst. "WKAKNESS PERMANENTLY CURED." 1 not only cure "weakness" promptly, but I employ the only treatment that can possibly cure this disorder permanently. It Is a system of local treatment entirely original with me, and is employed by no other physician than m.vslf. This may seem a broad assertion, but it is just as substantial as It is broad. So-called "Weakness" is but a symptom of local inflamma tion or congestion, and a radical cure is merely a matter of restor ing normal conditions throughout the orpanie system, and this I ac complish thoroughly and with ab solute certaJntv. VARICOCELE My treatment Is absolutely painless and cures com pletely In one week. Investlva'e my method. It Is the only thor oughly scientific treatment for this disease help emploved. CONTRACTED DISEASES Be sure your cure is thorough cr there is danger of a chrorio stage ahead. My patients have no relapses a"d 1 cure in less time than the otd. narv forms of treatment require. STRICTCRF: No cutting, no di lating. Painless treatment and a positive cure. DR. O. C. JOSLEN, Cor. Third and Main Streets. Los Angeles, Ca', " ' r I-J TLzl IV . DANDRUFF IS A SIGN OF DANGER It means falling hair and future baldness, unless you use Newlbro's Merpicidle The continued hacking cough is no mere surely a sign of lung disease, than Is continued dandruff a sign of pcalp disease. Let the man, with dandruff, or Itching scalp, who laughs at this statement, today, have hU picture taken for comparison ten years hence: and then he may admit his error, and begin treatment, for as long as hair remains there Is hope. The dandruff microbe works slowly, but, if undisturbed, very purely. It Was. Prof. Unna Of the great char who first di&cove hair, and conseq or microbe that e the life of the h tlon. ' His discov Neurnan, Brook, others. Prof. Sab (French text), sa caused by a mic old age, it is an a your.g, and Incr to the fiftieth yea stops parasitic k the hair to stow Intended. Read w gan, says: "1 ha and falling hair that time I hav druff and falling I ccn.vr.cn rd usi not obtained It, within a very sh about three week M'y hair h'.tf stop In very rapidly, remedy." Ity hospital at Hamburg, Germany, red that dandruff, itching scalp, falling uent baldness are caused by a germ nters the hair follicles, where It saps air root, ultimately causing its destruc- ery has been verified by such men as Lassar, Bishop, Merrill, and many curaud. In a recent authoritative work ys: "Ealdness Is a contagious disease rcbe. So far from being a disease of miction of youth. It begins In the eases, whether rapidly or slowly, up r. ewbros Herpiclde absolutely tsv.th in the scalp, thu3 permitting luxuriantly and abundantly, as nature hat George B. Fox. or Detroit. Mlchl ve bc.n greatly troubled with. dandruff for tha pist three years, and for all uf cd a largs number of so-called dan heir cures. None benefited me until ns Ncu bro's Herpiclde, and If I had I certainly would have become bald nt time. I hive been using It row s and my bead Is free from dandruff. p?d falling out. and new hair Is coming You certainly have a. wonderful LiKe the Tortoise The action. of the dandruff microbe Is so tortoise like that It seems ridiculous to take any alarm at the trouble lies. A c'of dandruff, but here Is where the rouble lies. A colony of microbes may be planted In the scalp of a young man, by simply trying on the hat of gome one with dandruff. The microbes will continue to Increase and spread their field of action for years, without the victim knowing of their presence, or eVen suspecting It, until dandruff begins to -appear. After the actual work of destruction commences, rela tively rapii progress is made. The hairs of the head are held In phice by the hair bulbs that fill the hair fol licle. The hair follicles completely fill the ecalp. there being one follicle for each hair. After the dandrufT germs have Injured a number of adjacent follicles so that the hair falls out, there is a shrinking In size of the empty follicles, which tightens the scalp in that region, thereby restiicting the blood supply to the necr-by folli cles. As a hair cannot flourish upon a diminished blood ruuulv, th) calp tightening process hastens the work of destruction, until, in incurable or shiny baldness, the scalp that was once loose is tightened, like a drum head. Newbro's Herpiclde la compounded 1n ftri'.-t harmony with Prof. Unna's discovery, and its success In the treatment of dandruff, falling hair, and approach ing baldness is li ttle short of marvelous. Try it. A Delightful II Makes modern colffu air Dressing Indespensable for the Toilet Table re effects easily possible Keeps the calp sweet, pure end wholesom IT STOPS ITCHING OF THE SCALP ALM03 V INSTANTLY Gtl A S4MPIC DlRfCI fROM Hit f ACIOKY A Healthy Hiir. WARNING Don't expect satis factory results from something the drug gists told you is "just hh good" as Newl ro'a I lerplcido. Remember, too, that the success of llerplcide has caused the market to be Hooded w.th 8 ) ciiMcd dandruff germ destroyers. There W but one genu'n? scalp germicide, and that is New! ro'a Herpiclde. S"H by flriisieist9. Applica tions at barbers. CSCl'N CUT THIS our I inclose 10 cents In stamps to pay post age and packing upon a sample of New bro's Hcipicide. Name Street and No City and State Address The Herpicide Co., Detroit An Unhealthy Hair. Destroy the causeyou remove the effect said as he was leaving the bar rcom that he was going to kill him, that he c ame back w ith a rifle and as he went towards Ochoa said he was going to fix him. It was very evident from the course of the defense that their efforts will be In the direction to show' that Borquez was In such a state of mind from Intoxication that he was not capable of forming the Intent that would bring the act within the cate gory of murder In the first decree. Tucson Star. us.ed, and logs are very valuable now. Th2 timber will not be brought here to be sawed, but will go to Hayward. ?t. Paul Dispatch. o A saloon in the west bottoms. In which there have been four murders In the last two years, was closed by the pcllce yesterday. The thieves, thugs and murderers who Infest the place have several dozen similar resorts in which to establish a headquarters. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS, FORGED SHERIFF'S NAME. James Riley is a youngster who came here from Texas in railway em ployment. Forgery is his strong point. When he is not taking a drink he Ts generally practicing how to writs some body's name. He is said to be very handy In the way of signing checks. For this h; landed in Jail. He boarded with Pima county for about four months, and then the grand Jury, in Its all-sunlclent wis dom, concluded to Ignore the charge against h!m and turn him loose. He wasn't abroad In the beautiful atmosphere that characterizes this cli mate long before his Intellectuals began to work. His fingers began to Itch to sign checks. Yesterday he turned up at a Faloon where Henry Cody, a can didate for legislative honors, presides nt the cashier's desk. When Riley of fered a check with the name of Sheriff Murphy signed to it. of course Cody hastened to produce the cash. As a re sult Riley got back to board In his old quarters in the county Jail during the night. His audacity in forging the name of the sheriff has attracted appreciative attention to his gall, but It will hardly help him when a grand Jury next con riders his case. Tucson Citizen. YAVAPAI REGISTRATION. The great, register of Yavapai county for 1900 contains 3,870 names; of these S83 are on the supplement to the regis ter. 'Up to the time that the compila tion of this year's register proper closed there were 4,892 names. If there are as many on the supplement this year as In 1900 the register will contain 5,775 names, or 1,905 more than two years ago. Courier. In the District Court of the Third Ju dicial District, Territory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa County. . Phoenix National Bank, a corpora tion, plaintiff, vs. W. H. Rjardsley and H. L. Morey, defendants. Action brought In the district court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, In and for Mari copa county, and the complaint filed In said Maricopa county. In the office of the clerk- of said district court. "Alias." In the name of the Territory of Ari zona, to Wr. H. Beard.-ley and II. L. Morey, defendants, greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to ap pear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff. In the I district court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the Territory of Arizona. In and for the county of Maricopa, and answer the complaint therein filed with the clerk cf this said court, at Phoe nix, In said county, within twenty days after the service upon you of this sum mons. If servedin this said county, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter,- the times above mentioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. t Given under my hand and seal of the district court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the territory of Arizona, In and for Maricopa county, this 18th day of October, A. D., 1902. (Seal.) ELI AS F. DUN LEVY. Clerk of Said District Court. The deferred annual meeting of the stockholders of the Wichita Oil Com pany is hereby called to be held at the company's office In Phoenix, Ari zona, Thursday, the 30th day of Octo ber, A. D., 1902. Said meeting will b convened at the hour of o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing five direct- i ors, at which election the stockholders J may vote either in person or by proxy, j At 3 o'clock p. m. the election will be I closed and the meeting organized for the purpose of amending the charter and by-laws of the corporation. Th' purpose of amendment of the charter being to render the rame more definite and specific In its terms, and to further provide for meetings o" the directors in the city of Wichita, state of Kansas. The question of the consolidation of The Wichita Oil Company with the Colorado & California Fuel Oil Com pany will be presented to the stock holders and acted upon by resolution. By J. O. DAVIDSON, President. C. A. WELTE, Secretary. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of David J. Jones, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the under signed, executrix of the last will and testament -of David J. Jones, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executrix, Margaret J. Jones, at No. 213 Fleming block. Phoenix. Mari copa county, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said county of Maricopa. MARGARET J. JONES. Executrix of the last will and testa , ment of David J. Jones, Deceased. Dated Phoenix, Arizona, this 16th day of October, 1902. Is It a burn? Use Dr. Thomas' Elec tric Oil. A cut? Use Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. At your druggists. The California Restaurant MEAL3 SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Strictly FlpBt-CloHfc. Quick Service Regulat Dinner on Sunday 33-33 North First flvenuo Phoenix. Arizona WISCONSIN TIMBER BELT. ss, i.a', w The last untouched big timber belt in Douglas county is about to be start ed upon by the Hines Lumber com pany. The company Is now getting crews into the woods to lay ties and rails on the new logging road, run ning west from Hawthorne, where it connects with the Omaha. Lumber camps are to be built a mile and a half west. They will be of boards Instead of logs, that innovation being caused by the fact that less material Is thus 118 NORTH CENTER STREET TELEPHONE 79U?. iVloHn 6k Dorris Undertakers and Embalmcrs MRS. H. S. DAISON, Ladv Attendant English Kitchen Restaurant Tom Co. Props. 25.27 N. PlrBt Street "We keep our Kitchen In the cleanest possible condition and all chel conUn i- rion by "Tom," formerly cook at Hotel Adam" and the Blxtk Avenue. y Now open. The ENGLISH KITCHEN parlor for exclusive aerrin if everything- cold. China dish service. Adjoining restaurant.