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THE ABIZONA. REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MOBNING,-OCTOBER V 28, 1902
Fall Opening with us means a display of everything that is new and up to date... It also means that our buyer has been to the market and secured the very latest novelties that could . be had. Therefore you will find in our store a complete line of... A:;fiTliiiJi;-::i:,::v"C lrr,-:.- kA A A I . '-'- .-.r,--.- ,v 'l. Dress Goods, Fangy Trimmiins Appliquies, Allovers, JTTTT" TTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl 1TEMPE MESA REPUBLICAN C. G. CXJPPINQER. j J Manager Temp Department. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK TEMPE, ARIZONA. Paid up Capl tal, $50,000.00. The oldest and larfrt bank In Te mpe. Has plenty of money to lend on grain .cattle, water rights, real estat e or any first-clasa security. W. J. KINGSBURY. O. L. PEASE. W. C. HILDRETH. President. Vlce-Pres. Cashier. TEMPE Miss Stella Greg's returned yesterday ; from a visit with Pasadena friends. Mrs. G. N. Gage, Mrs. F. M. Irish anil i Miss Nona Kingsbury drove over to! l'hoenix yesterday. Mrs. E. Schmidt and daughter. Miss I T.niii-rt visirt.il with Sent t al i 1 fri.rwl I Sunday. Ed Jones and J. S. Sanders -were down from Lehi yesterday. John McDonald and family will leave in a few days for Kunge, Texas, with the intention of making it their future home. A boy or man is wanted to carry The Republican. Call on the manager of the Tempe department. Company C, First Infantry. N. G. A., are organizing a football team. The ladies of the M. 12. church, south, will give a chicken dinner in the Daggs building on Mill avenue on next Tues day Election day. Dinner 35c. Every body invited. Miss Mollie Long of Florence is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. K. N. Stone. J. E. Edwards, proprietor of the Ed words hotel, Maricopa, passed through Tempe en route to Pnoenix yesterday. The mail was four hours late yester day morning. The democrats of Tempe will hold a big rally this evening. The meeting will be addressed by the Hon. Mark Smith and Frank Cox. E. E. Bolton left last evening for a Of the modern woman is health by exercise. It's an excellent fad, pro vided that it is always remembered that exercise eannot cure womanly diseases. Indeed, where such diseases exist exer cise is apt to aggra vate the condition rather than to help it. The first step to ward establishing .the general health is to establish the local , womanly health. "Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures womanly diseases which undermine the general health. It establishes regu larity, dries enfee i bling drains, heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. When these are cured, backache, head ache and nervousness are things of the past. The universal testimony of weak and sickly women, cured by " Favorite Prescription," is this : " It has made me feci like a new woman." " My wife has used three bottles of Dr. Pierce's medicine, and I never saw such results," writes A. B. Haynes, Esq.. of Aurora, Iwrence Co., Io. " It was wonderful in its work. We had used lots of medicine, also had one of the best physicians in Aurora, but my wife got no better ; we heard one pitiful proan after another, lay and night. A friend handed me a copy of Dr. Pierce's book, the Common Sense Medical Ad viser, and after reading the testimonials of Dr. Pierce's successful treatment, and seeing that the cases described were similar to my wire's. I bought for her a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite ; Prescription. Before she had taken all of the medicine she was up and helping to do the work. She has taken three bottles and is now about well. Has better health than she baa had for years." ' Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. i Tie m The Boston Store has always been noted for having not only the better 4 J. F. T. POMEROT, Manager Mesa Department. trip to the northern part of the terri tory. J. I. Coffin of Mesa was in Tempe yesterday. W. D. Consor of the New York Store made a business trip to Phoenix yes terday. Much interest is already being mani fested in the coming football game to be played next Saturday between the teams of the Tempe Normal and the Phoenix High schools. Wash. Gibson came ii from Payson yesterday with a larg drove of cattle. Former residents of Kansas living in the valley will hold a picnic on the Public school grour. "s next Sjturday. A large number of Tempe citizens at tended Sousa's grand concert at the Dorris theatre in Phoenix yesterday. Perhaps one of the oldest and most loyal republicans of the valley is Sher lock A. Walls wo-th of Tempe. Mr. Wallpworth is ei:.ity-two years of age and has voted " : every republican presidential canullate from Fremont to the present. o Have you heart. ;he news? Hyder is selling cheaper s nd better goods than any store in Tempo. New Holland heriing just received. Price 5c each. Birchett Bros. For sale An .l established second hand store on r'ount of sickness. B. Cohen, or call j.i A .Neilsen, Tempe, A. T. Large shipment of Charter Oak stoves and ranges just received. TEMPE HARDWARE CO. ELECTION BOARDS Appointments by the Ecaro of Supervisors. The board of supervisors yesterday appointed the following election board, the nanu s of the officers .having been suggested by the two central committee-: Phoenix Precinct No. 1 W. II. Lount, inspector;-J. M. Fike and I. M. Christy, judges; AV. W. Edwartlsp Joseph Bow yer, Geo. Kirklnnd and C. J. Dyer, clerks; Wm. McClintock, marshal. Phoenix Precinct No. 2 S. P. Hoefcr, inspector; El Butts, sr., F. H Parker, judges; A. D. Leyhe, Walter Keedy, N. A. Morford and J. M. Gray, clerks; R. H. Drane, marshal. l'hoenix Precinct No. 2 B. A. Fickas, inspector; E. W. Spears and -C. S. Blaine, judges; Martin Farrell, S. I. Osborn, A. J. Whittemore and B. G. Pftka, clerks; J. T. Boyd, marshal. Phoenix Precinct No. 4 W. T. Smith, inspector: Frank Luke and S. J. Mc Donald, judges; A. E. Cobb, Joe L. Dougherty, J. M. Melendrez and Ned Sturges, clerks; - O. W. Lawrence, marshal. x Tempe Precinct Curt W. Miller, in spector: G. Cave and J. B. Mullen, judges; H. A. Overbeck. John Birchett, Fletcher Schureman and Chas. N. Taylor, clerks; G. B. Curnmings, mar shal. ' Mesa Precinct J. II. Tomeroy, in spector; J. L. Waring end P. A. Will iams, judges: G. A. McDonald. Oris Holdren, W. E. Dent and H. M. Lewis, clerks; O. S. Stapley. marshal. Alma Precinct J. D. Loper, inspec tor; H. W. Pew and A. L. Cuber, judges; Orrin Standage, Chas. Wise, S. J. W. Bo.ven. clerks; R. W. Westover, marshal. Lehi Precinct Thos. E. Jcnes, in spector: Soren C Sorenson and Ben No ble, judges; L. F. Klggins, Frank San 9 a.1,!JJI.MWH ders, Milo G. Schill, clerks; W. Nelson, marshal. Wickcnbuig Precinct H. Riggs, in spector; D. L. Murray and J. W. Etter, judges; R. W. Baxter, A J. Kent, W. G. Carter, clerks; E. L. Gib3on, mar shal. Verde Precinct W. P Sears, Inspec tor: Thos. Mercer and James Keating, judges; Geo. W. Sears. W. E. Cavenesr,, W. J. Ferris, clerks; Eir.mett Hinson, marshal. Meridian Precinct Jas. GiUon, in spector; Dan Martin and E. K. Buker, judges; E. Perez, J. P.. Carrillo, Carlos Higguero, clerks; Major Sutty, mar shal.. Agua Caliente Precinct Frank D. Baxter, Inspector; H. R. Wilis and O. B. Bloomer, judges: Hugh Robberson, R. H. Lowdrmilk. Andrew Pancrazy, clerks; H. N. Wills, marshal. Gila Bend Precinct F. D. Welcome, inspector; Silas Willinrr.s and C. H. Willard, judges: Theron A. Dykos, L. Cccnr.bs, E. C. Howell., clerkr,; Jesse Marin, marshal. ..Irristown Precinct J. K. Morrice, inspector: Jay Towers and Phil En sign, judges; Sam Franklin and Will iam Johnson, clerks. McLowrll Precinct?.!. C. Flek. in spec tor; J. S. Spear, jr. and B. F. Cop pie, judges; J. A. Watkins. Jas. F. Asher, Edward Graham, clerks; J. C. Crabtree. marshal. Scottsdale Precinct Francis Frazier, inspector; E. A. Pankin, 11. L. Under bill, judges; R. S. Powers and J. L. Davis, clerks: W. H. Hynum, niaishal. Alhambra Precinct Ruben Hill, In spector; Geo. R. Bcewster and A. F. Nye, Judges; J. B. Roach, W. G. Percy. Ed Miller, clerks; Thomas II. Roach, marshal. Glendale Precinct E. C. Bunch, in spector; O. L. Rudd and D. E. Mes senger. Judges: E. B. Carlton. Edgar E. Jack. J. Edwards, clerks: John Marks, Marshal. " Peoria Precinct H. Theo Jennings, inspector: W. A. Hood and R. J. Tuckey. judges; Sam Barrett. A. J. Straw. W. H. Bartlett and A. W. Ben nett, clerks; John Brennen, marshal. Osborn Precinct C. B. Wood, in spector; Wm. Mathie and R. E. Miner, judges: P. G. Nichols, Clyde Evans, A. W. Giegg, clerks; W. L. Teal, marshal. Fowler Precinct I. L. Jackson, in spector: S. C. McElhaney and Will Creswell, judges; Mai ion Kutzer, J. J. Harris, E. J. Glea;--on. clerks; Robert Hudson, marshal. Johns-tone Precinct Wm. Bacon, In spector; Wet Walker and J. A. Wil der, judges; F. R. deary, B. T. Wag ner, C. C. Montgomery, clerks; Will Koark, marshal. Oime Precinct Henry M. Welborn. inspector; J. H. Simpron, Henry Lut gerding. judges; S. G. Rogers, Jamos M. Harmon, W. II. B:own,clerks; Wal ter Kimber. marshal. Buckeye Precinct Riley W. John rcn. inspector: T. E. Farish. jr. and J. F. Day, judges; N. E. Wilcox. P. E. Moore, W. A. Evans, clerk-; Geo. It. Lyall, marshal. Liberty Precinct Thos. Levy, in spector; D. B. Ilarrer and H. R. Rich, Judges: Robert L. Breedlove. J. W. Col lins, Walter Jones, clerks; E. II. Spain, marshal. ArlingtDn Precinct M. E. Clantrn, inspector; J. E. Clanton and G. E. Clanton, judges; Geo. F. Cocke, C. S. Teeter and Geo. Cocke, clerk?; T. J. Roberts, marshal. Gold Coin Precinct John H. Liebold, Inspector: E. J. Bonscll. judge: Geo. S. Barnett, c-le.-k. Angel Camp Precinct Geo. W. San ders, inspector; Frank Powen and Dick Hughes, judge; Vernon Vaughn, W. H. Rourke, Wm. Small and Frank Bowen, clerks. Cartwright Cattle Ranch W. G. Gates, inspector: Frank W. Tompkins and P. J. Sparks, judges; Oscar Waller, clerk. . Riverside Tree InctC. R. McDonald, Every Woman ia lmercsit-u nita tnmua Know ttlnjut the wonderful MARVEL WhirKnq Spray ttvu una Aurmn, Ht Saf jt mom onvenint A.fc n.r Hr-W laf ffh. It if ll 'SPIlut 8lipi.lT mli In, r rn.tl tiu'rarcl book .nlrd.U pives Tllll liMrtlf-tilti ,llr,.l... I Uuuiu 1 luica Uti:.,evt Voi-li! DRESS SKIRTS A N D 9 vf WAIvSTvS In Silk and Wool. Inrpcctor; James M. Hall and Henry Coughran, Judges; Wm. Wallace, H. E. SluPPer, H. G. VanFossen. clerks; Ga briel Stlckley, marshal. Cave Creek Preclnce W. T. Lin ville, inspector; Roy E. McKay and E. P. McCormitk. judges: F. Z. Linville, Wm. Lewis, Snyder Reed, clerks; John Lewis, marshal. School District No. 3r I. G. inspector: John L'jvell and Lassen, judges; Paul Harris, Hanna, Lauritz Claude W. Cosner, Win. Doner, clerk. Cartwright Precinct J. P. Orme. in rpector; J. T. Bone and Charles Cart wright, judges: Geo. L. Wilkey. L. D. Rousseau. R. R. Root and C. G. Coy. clerks; George E. Tompkins, mar shal. QUAKER REFLECTIONS. The fellow who rides a hobby should be careful that it doesn't run away with him. Hoax "What would you take for a ccld?" Joax "Take for it! I'd give it away." Philadelphia Record, -o When a w man doesn't lace it's a sign she doesn't have to. o OLD PEOPLE HAVE THEIR TROUBLES. Mr. Francis Little of Benton Har bor, Mich., is over eighty years of "uge. Since 1865 he has been troubled mere or less with indigestion and constipa tion, and has tried almost everything in use for those ailments. Last August he began using Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and was soon feel ing much better. In a recent letter he says: "I have used three boxes ot the tablets and now think I am well." These tablets improve the appetite and invigorate the stomach, liver and bow els. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. drug gists. There are a good many "also rans" in the human race. A SUCCESSFUL STEPMOTHER. Few women who become theVecond wife of a man with a family realize the great responsibility which they are taking upon themselves, and - it is mainly on this account that so many stepmothers fail in their duty to fill the place of the one whose position they take in the household. There are great difficulties in the way of fulfill ing the position of s-ee ond wife to a man and second mcther to his children which require more than an ordinary amount ef common sense, tact and pa tience to overcome, and nny lack of these virtues is liable to cause much distention in a home. The position of a stepmcth?r is by no means an enviable one. Ofie of the greatest tasks which she must set her self to accomplish is to win the love and respect of another woman's child ren, and in many cases this is an ex tiemely difficult matter. But, unless she does this, a stapmother is bound to be unptpular in a home, and probably be the cause of much unhappiness. It- is not uffkient that a stenmother should rely upon her husband to se cure that respect from his first wife's children which is due to her. She must show them that she has their best Interests at heart and 13 de sirous o winning their love if they will ftllnw hep to r!.o fin Thurp la al ways a certain feeling of resentment on the part of children against the one who comes to t ike their mother's posl- tion. To a certain extent it is only natural that there should be, and it Is a stepmther's duty to try to remove that represents by proving how much she wish7 to become a second mother to them in every rense of the term. No action Van be more mean on the part of a stepmother than to lavish all her love and care on her cwn little ones while treating her stepchildren with a cold difference which creates a dislike toward her and makes their lives mis- qualities of goods but STORED truble. Children are particularly sen sitive regarding such a matter, and sttpmotheis would be far more popular If they would only try to treat the children of their husband's first wife as they would their own. It is, of course, almc?t impossible for a woman to love the children of an other woman in the same way that she would love her eiwn. But the step mother who values the happiness of her home will conceal as far as possible, all difference in her reelings toward the children of her husband and endeavor to make them feel that rhe is a real mother to them all. By so doing she will al?o win still greater love from her husband. Many widowers do not marry a seccAid time for love, but simply for the sake of their children, who need a woman's tare. It Is, more often than not, a murrlag? of convenience, the man checking the woman whom he consid ers will best fill the place c' mother to his children. Often he is greviously disappointed. But when he discovers that his second wife is anxious to do all in her power to win the love and lespect of her stepchildren, and make their lives as happy as possible, his re spee t for her turn to true and sincere love. New York News. 0 QUAINT SUPERSTITIONS. Bats and ravens denote ill will, death and disgrace. Cats indicate bad luck, excepting Mac'- one. A cow seen with her head over the fence means some misfortune to you. To kill a toad brings trouble. A bird flying Into the house foitel'.s a misfortune. Swallows and martins should be al lowed to build near the house, as they bring good luck. The crowing of a cock near the house is a sign that visitors are coming. Should the first butterfly you see In th3 spring be a yellow one. you will A Secret Disease Of all human diseases, that known as contagious Mood poison, or the Bad Disease, lias caused more misery and suf fering and ruined more lives than all others combined. It not only wrecks the hopes and aspirations of the one who contracts it, but often the innocent are made to share the humiliation aud dis grace of this most loathsome and hateful form of blood poison. Children inherit it from parents, and thousands of the purest men and women have been con taminated and ruined simply through handling the clothing of one infected with this awful malady.ordrink- JHE INNOCENT jng from the same vessel and SUFFER WITH usinff the same toilet articles. THE GUILTY. . And when the real nature of the trouble is known, many prefer to suffer in silence or leave the disease to do its worst rather than make known thir condition. Through our Medical Department we offer advice and help. Write us freely about your case, as nothing you say will ever go beyond our office. Let us help you to get rid of this fearful disease, for which some one else no doubt is to blame. It matters not how long the poison has been lurking in your system, S. S. S. will purify and build up your blood, and eliminate every atom of the deadly virus from the system and make a complete and permanent cure. S. S. S. is the only antidote for Conta gious Blood Toison and has been curing it for fifty years. It contains no mercuryf potash or other harm ful mineral ingredi ent, but is a purely vegetable remedy that cures without leaving any bad after effects. Our special Home Treatment book, gives all the symptoms of this disease. We will mail you a copy free. The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. "OLLOV 1 HB PUO." Leave Chicago Mondays, 11 a. m.; arrive Boston Tues days, 5:20 p. m. Leave Chicago Thursdays. 11 a. m.; arrive Boston Fridays, 5:20 p. m. Leave Kansas City Fridays, 9:20 p. m.; arrive St. Paul Saturdays. 7;20 p. m. For further particulars -consult your agent or address ROSS C. CLINE. P. C. P. Agt., Los Angeles. Dressing Sacjuies, Robes, ...Boas, And many other arrticles too numerous to mention. also for reasonable prices. have money before the year is passed. A bee buzzing about the room de notes visitors. . Country people nourish a Ftrong su perstition that bees will not make hon ey if anyone in the neighborhood is ad dicted to swearing. In other parts there exists a belief that the bees must always be told of any deathoccurringin the family. The news Is "communicat ed" to the bees by tying a piece of crape on each hive. It is no unusual thing to see hives decorated with a bit of black stuff to "pacify" the bees, otherwise, it is thought, they will not make honey. o State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas county, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.. . doing business in the city of Toledo, county arid state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of $100 for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to befcre me and subscribed in my presence this Cth day of December, A. D. 1S80. A. W. GLEASON. " (Senl) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter rally end acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of' the system. Send for tectlmonials. free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold bv druggists. 73c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. HE WISHED TO KNOW. Little Clarence (with a rising inflec tion) "Pa?" Mr. Callipers (wearily) "Uh?" Little Clarence "Pa. is it true that riches have wings?" Mr. Callipers "Yes, my son; they have wings, figuratively speaking," but. sad to say. do not often Hock together. Also, he who stals your purse steal-! trash, but he Who robs you o your good name takes from you that which very likely you never had. Likewise, all the world's a stage, and J. Pierpont Morgan, is the driver. A trust won't trust you. Marriage is a lottery, where in if you draw a blank you cannot tear it up and throw it away. Fame is a shaved pig with a greased tail. He who laughs last generally supplements it with an equally aggravating 'I-told-you-so.' It ,is well to keep on letting well enough alone. Time flies, arid it is fly time with him all the year round. All fresh is grass and the bore is shred ded wheat bicuit. A guilty conscience often wins a fair lady. A faint heart should always look before it leaps. There's many a slip 'twixt the jug and the Jag. There is no place like home, and hence it is delightful to go visit ing occasionally. Lives of great men should remind us that they are dead. Et cetera, which means 'and so fourth.' And now, my son. if you. Will kindly remain quiescent for a reasonable per iod of time I will resume my interrupt ed reading." Little Clarence "Yes. sir; but I just yish you'd tell me why folks write it 'fclk when they mean 'folks, and if folk' is right for several folks what is one 'folk,' and if two are 'folk,' how many more does it take to make it folkses?'" " GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE" A business day saved to i-tnver, Omaha, Kansas City. Chicago and aU orth, east and southeastern points. Summer tourist tickets on t,ale every Wednesday and Saturday; one fare U3 $2 for round trip;, limit' 60 days. ALSO One fare plus $2 for rouno trip to principal points In Michigan, Mlnne tota and Wisconsin. On sale .ery day until September 30; final limit October 31. Daily Through Pullman and tourist Sleepers San Francisco to Chicago. Dining Car Service Through. I 'or rates, folders and other information S v n, T. B. S. BRASTED. G. A. P. D.. cox T- F- & P. A., E1 Paso, Texas. El Paso, Texas. . - JNO. SJBASTIAN. P. T. M.. Chicago. HI. The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Stt-lctly Flrst-Class. Quick Service v. . Regular- Dinner on Sunday 33-33 North First Avenue Phoenix, Srliona 8 DORRIS THEATER Martin & Stechan, Managers. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Saturday, Nov. I. The Feshionable Comedian, Mr. Willard Simms, Presenting the Evervescent Fountain of Mirth. PICKINGS FROM PUCK, A Musical Dramatization of That Famous Comic Magazine. SUCH GIRLS! SUCH FUN! SUCH GIRLS! Gorgeous Costumes and Sumptuous Scenic Display. Price3 25c. 50c. 75c, $1.00 Reserved Seats at Goodman's. Southern Pacific Company WILL HAVE 3 THREE 3 Transcontinental Trains East and West Through Mari copa Season 1902-1903. THE WORLD RENOWNED SUNSET LIMITED to Atlanta. Washington, Phila delphia, New Orleans, New York and Boston. The New GOLDEN STATE LIMITED to Kansas City, Chicago. St. Louis, Cincinnati, Detroit and Minneapolis, via the GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE. THE DAILY VESTIBL'LED OVERLAND for all points be tween Portland, Oregon and New Orleans, Louisiana. The Limited Trains are the fin est ever turned out by the Pullman Company. No extra charge will be made for this superb service. Chicago will be only two days' jaunt away, for these trains will run faster than ever be fore Southern Pacific For schedules, rates and reser vation, apply to local agents, or M. 0. BIQKNELL 32 N. Center St., Phoenix, A. T.