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T 11 1C . AIUZONA U E t U J 5 LI "(j AN : SATURDAY MORNING, MAX 9, 1903.
V, After It is an vKtainea Dy aas'ljiic tissue &NU?&& iA real malt ? '"is?; contains less 1 Hi flnlfru promptly lilleil tiy JIELCZER, BROS. CO.. Wholesale Dealers. Phoenix. All Cooks Delight Fig Brand Evaporated Cream Never scurs, always ready, never causes disappointment at the last moment when meals are ready to be served. Your cook vill be delighted because it is so handy; you will be delighted because it is the purest and most appetizing. We are placing the cap label reproduced herewith on every can cf our product This is done for your protec tion. Our name cn the label means .that it is the best, richest and pursst Ask your dealer for Fig Brand. HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING CO.. Hijrhland, 111. ''Largest MIC A Mi President of the Shakespearian Club, Kansas City. JO home like a message cf health when I had suftered with headache, backache and bearing-down paics. I was weak, nervous and hysterical and had not consulted any doctor, thinking it would pass away in time, but instead I found that the pains increased and were more frequent. I de cided to try Vine of Cardui and in a short time was much 31 Um Fay improved. It seemed to act like a charm. I kept up the treatment and the result was most satisfactory, 7crds fail to ex press my gratitude for the suffering that is' cow saved me. I am in fine health, physically and mentally. I can only say thank you', but there is mucii more in my heart for you." EARING-DOWX pair'? are the worst thnt women know. If vo'.iart suiTerinfffrom this trou ble vou need not be uncertain B about it. The pains in the abdomen ami back that feel as if heavyweights were pulling down on the nerves of the stomach are 'bearina-dov.-n pains". They may not Vie particularly severe at present but they are jrowine worse. That iienilache which nearly drives yo'i distracted now is caused by the terrible WINE of CARD AT HALF o O o 2T o ty as ORIENTAL Special Reduction Sale All Trimmed To Be Sold at 20 Per Cent Reduction O O moid nr 10 SI 1 1 CI I ROM... Baby Comes there is nourishment for both convales cent mother and nursing child in jHEUSER-BUscAfc TRADE MARK. already digested food easily tne most qeiicaxe stomacn. the nutriment needed-builds flesh and extract-not an intoxicant; than 2 of alcohol. All druggists sell it. Prepared by the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis, U. S. A. in using Producers cf Eve pore ied Orvani. yFr. V I EPF? ' J nervoustension. The nerves soon beprin to give way under the strain. You perha; is juir. p at any nnusnal disturbance, or laucrh or weep, liysteri rally, at no apnarert ca r.e. That U what Miss Tav Lee, CVj-2 Xcrih Seventh 'trtct, Kansas City, Kansas, was coming to when she rescued herself by taking Via- .f Cardui. The Wine made her a strone, healthy woir.an Let. again, as it has made a million other women strong and healthy. Iiy indm: ing regular menstruation the entire system is relieved of the terrible wasting drains. The ligaments which hold the womb in place axe strengthened by a healthy flow ami that org:in is ret-.irncd to its ror;:.iil position. I!f turning health is the result. This is what Wine of Cardui ha3 d;.r.e f ir thousands of the best women in America. If yoa need advice write The Lauies' Advisory department, The Chatta nooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga. Tenn., describing a'l your symptoms freely, and a letter cf advice will be sent you. Secure a $1.00 bottleof Wine of Cardui from your druggist to-day. VI A million suffering "women have loimd reiki in Wine of Cardui. PRICE Positively for this week only. Come in and see our superior prices. Paul S. OurfdHan. at Redswill Music Co., 222 7. Wash. St. o 4- 0 O o o Hats and Pattern 2B52S 3 ES2I5E TEMPE 1 C. G. CLIPPINGER, Mfr. Mrs. Anna liiol.nrds and Laughter w lio have s p'-nt the winter in Tempi? will Ier.ve ":ir tt:eir home in lVrry, Mo., t jmoi row an ci:pp'ir.i' (l l.y Mss. auli Kiiharcls. Tne enlite p:rty will return u: nrie in th fall. Ir. K. S. I).ii!"y an-1 Mip. Kob-rt (!ren uf V ien!x were tl. pu.-ts .f Mis. J. J. llo-Jnett yest''ili.y. J. r.. f-'turgecn lunhus-ed yefKiJay l. iio head vt tnttl. from parties in San I'cJi'a. Mr. Sturgeon wll li"i tier tiie (atte.' in to th va!!;y in a few duys. ltcv. K;:ir, pa? to;- of the M. 10. climvli will pitaih Sunday morning hU reconil rei tr.on of a series f n i inons up :n th-' FUbjict, 'MJiurs IVrl.'it Will." In the e'-eiili.y: the cunjfregation will unit? in tti vice w ith the (.nnsrt'Bath'nul iliur. h. Mr. .mil Mrs. J. V.-leUT Johnsor. Fp;!:! yesterday with Tliaenix f i le:ids. V. F Fiikas lias soM through Aent Vv'indes his i e:-i l -net jirnpei ty in 10. u t Temi-e to Philip S. Kinpy. Th "Y's" f Te.rpe will iicld ihelr regular met-tins in the Tta; ti:-:t church Saturday at J p. ni. Ilev. Drew, p;is;or cf the CjiiKrev;a tie.nal churt h, w ill spea'v Sunday morn ing from the sub.ift "Hiessert tire tile Pui-e in Iier.rt." Preachimr in the cnins by the pastor in which service the liaptin and M. 10. ihurch will unite. K. V. Uoet will dispure of a lara aiv.oyr.t !.f personal prcpcity at an auc tina sale t nlay. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coedwin and Miss Ainistronr spent yesterday in l'linmix. The citizens of Tinip' will regret to learn of the departure today of VI or.el and Mrs. T. U. Schultz for I.o A:L,-ehs wl'tr" they exp et t reside pe; ni;.ru ntly. "ul m 1 Si tndtz has beii actively infrared in lu.-ir:ess in Teiup: for l;-.'- i.ast twcrty-li t- years and h:rinr this tim? hss fisureel promin ently in ia.i;-y su-'e ssfuil ousim ss en terprises th:'t have c or.lribute I to Tempe's Ri'iiwth and fort iini-. T"(!! iwinK is the concert to be j;iv;i by t!v ladies' i h'inis of Tein; e Satur day evenimr. Mey 1, at the t ' ingrcs'' tional church. Mrs. S. I'. Cravens d; reeiir: Fait 1 A raeresa.'" tVsta. Maud j!ia orchestra: i hui us, -lt"( k a ;o," MeriitinRt r: leading. Miss Ade laide Kindied: soprano so! , Seren ade." Mrs. W. X. Tiffany; iolin ohli trate. Mr. 10i:;;ene Itedwill: chorus, "Slfop I'ttl" Haby -of Mine," Denr.vr. F'r.rt "Spring Song," M nk lssoh:i, J'ando.i.a orchestra; ladies fiuartette. "Ah, 'Tis a Iream." Haw-ley. Mr:. Tir'tany, Mrs. Dags. Mis. Cane a::d Mrs. ThoiTipsim: violin sol). Mr. Ku K?n Iteiewill: soprano solo, "()r;e Siring MorniriR." . Mrs. K. II. i!ioi u.;, "Th? 'ine (jathrs.' Aiiimission C" teats. Normal !ij scho-il students, JT tents. t'oop'-r; !n:;a. ind pub- Hjii'r Ilros. are line f cents' furv h ; v j'ist adds :1 a cr.taMishmer.:. a rrying ilete and ishiny fjools first-class tai! Wanted at once in Tempe. SO k io 1 able-bodied, men to work in hayfi-'.i. Andrew Nielsen. Two nights of it don't make a day. A Rirl always looks very queor whi-:i a man tells how much h weighs net. It is hard to ray what women walk w ith since it doesn't make them muscu lar in the same spots as men. Isn't It Worth 25c. To Be Cured ol Constipation? To People who sufTer from Habitual Con stipation, Clogged Stomach and liowels, Siupp'-sh Liver and Thin and Impure lllood. There is a laxative that moves the bowels without pain or griping, cleanses the stomach. 'sharpen the appetite, stim ulates the liver, strengthens the nerves arid purifies the blood. t Laxakola Does It I received yo-.ir sample bottle nf LAXAKOI.A nit -- c . . 111. T I e . kni-l . I I 1 1 1 .: i . - t , on? h.Vif dizen places lcfor Icmild irrt It. I havi . trld oth-r m-Hiriiji-s and l ilis without benefit. I ' tl-lnk I A V A U' I hi A :.. - 1 ,- . i-t . oos suffering with constipation. WTLLIAM D. TERRIO, 31 Chandler St. Lawrence, Mass. Trice 21 cents. HEN 1.. P.n.AIt, Phoenix. Ariz. BEST FORTI OQWiLS If yon baren't resrolar, healthy movement of th' bowels every day, you're ill or will be. Keep your bowels open, and bfl well. Force, in tho shape o violent physic or pill poison, is dancernnn. Ths smoothest, easiest, mont perfect way of keeidnu the bowels clear and clean is to tako ,h. CANDY . CATHARTIO PAT TH 1 1 arc unv Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taate Good, Do fond. Never Kiuken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 2.5 ard 60 cents PTboz. Write for free sample, and boo!;, let on health. Addresa 433 Sterling Remedy Company, ChlesQO or New York. KEEP YOUH BLOOD CLEM A MAN becomes languid, irtitable and de-:;p-3iilcnl, tliroiit;h loss of nerve vigor. Life seem a mockery. The courage, force-, vior and action which charac terize f ull-bloouccl men. are l.ickiujr. have J;inillecl the lijhlof hope in many a mn-i s f..oe. Tliry bring vigor to the wenL and ambition to tiie dc potulent. Thcj- permanently check the we.-ik-ciiiiis drains feed the nerves, enrich tie- blood and m-il-c men over gc-aer- ?1 00 j-er box ; 6 Iwxes $".00. With a $iOO order wc issue n written gnaran-t'-e to refund the money if ne cure be cfTcc-teil I!iK)k free. 1'ttAI. Meuicinb Co.. Clevelaul. Oliio. VOU SAI.K J?V KlA'KT . TTULETT. f at cT T!HJ LIVK DIlU'.;.,ISTi3. rHOENIX. ARIZONA. :: ..x..h..:x..x..:2..:-w S. it. Johnson and V. I). McHrayr wsnt t.) Plioonix Wednesday night to attend the lectnre of Father Hnggerty on socialism. They were lioth well lilea-d at the addresn of the distin guished visitor. Mr. and Airs. J. IC. Hark t.nie up t.T AleHii frdin Phoenix Wednelny evening- a.t cnnjianU'J ly Deputy Treasurer Cun nltigliam, und yesterday drove t hin ranch on tiie east side of the Snper tition mountains. Air. and Airs. T. K. T'omeroy enter tained the members of the fismily and a few friends Wednesday night at their Iioinc. The ofeavion was in honor il tl.e 41.t mile pupt having been passed by T. K. Pomeroy. The evening was snent in music- and song, Alias Mabel Pumeroy and Aits. ('. (J. Power enter taining on the piano. At 10 o'clock re freshments of lee cream, cake and fruit were served, and toon after those as sembled separated, wishing Mr. Pome roy many happy returns of the day. Those present wer: Air. and Airs. J. II. Pomeroy and daughter, Irene; Air. and Airs. (.'. C Power, Airs. S. AI. Pome roy. Air. and Airs. Kills ll. Johnson, Mr:'. Klla Pomeroy, AIlss Ella Heywood, Air. F. T. Pomeroy, Alasters Ivan and Karl Pomeroy, Airs. L. li. Johnson anJ Aliss Ixigan. Air. Frank Holme and T. (. P.ed, his mnnnger, came up to Aleaa yester day and spent the day meeting the peo ple and arranging for his chalk talk ni night. He didn't bring any cuts wit'i him. so made a cut of Postmaster New ell on a pine board with his jitckknif", which was printed in the Free- Press for the occasion. Mr. Holme is a Renin:! and seems to forget self when he han dles riie c hilk. Tunsorial Artit Faust is under th-? weather and remained iii his room th" entire day yesterday. His shop wm unikr the able management of his as sistant. Fraz.ee. J. Iioldren & Sons have purchased Hi M.iuk place, v. hit h the y have had rented for the past two years. Th place consists of 100 acres and fou. shares of Mrsa water. The citizens of Mt..n will ! -.Ik' to know- that Air. II -ldren has finally dec id d that there, is n i better country that Al-sa, and will cast his interests with her. Air. I toy Alartin yesterday met with a very painful accident, while working on ;i baler. He was using an ax that wiis loose on the handle. The ax slip ped from the handle and struck him first on the knee and then on the foot wth its keen point, almost severing the bir toe. MALE QUARTETTE Frcgramme of Services Sunday at First 21. E. Church. The theme at the First J.I. K. church for Sunday morning will be, "The Fruit of the Spirit." The evening service will b? in charge of the Alale Quartette, which will ren der the fallowing programme: Hymn HS, quartette and congrega tion. Quartette, "falling Vs Away" (Kll tredge). Solo, "I! Alerc iful to Ale" (Adamii, Air. K. W. Wilson. Qu irtftte, "Sad Heart, , L,ook Up" (S'-rvo;s). Prayer, faster. Solo, "Far O'er ti e Stars There Itest" (Abt), Air. J P. Pratt: Qua: tc tf. "Itoc of Ages" P.liss). IJuet, "Fi.st Falls the Kventid (Lansing), Air. Swain, Air. TodJ. Offertory. Anthem. "Seek Ye tiie Lwd" ertst, ?.Ir. Wilson and quart-lte. nob- Solo. "In Adoration" (O'I)na) Air. P. Swain. Quartette, ".Vow the Day Is Ove (Barnby). Itecessionul. CUR10 Apache beadwork looms tnd direc tions for weaving belts, fob.-i, chains, etc. New assort moot of beads. The t'urio. Second ave. nnd Jefferson St. A MICHIGAN INVESTOR And How He Became Interested in Arizona Mines. Arnold A. .Miller of Calumet, Ali h.. is a guest of the Hot:-l Adams and will be her? a clay or so. He arrived yester day morning from Pisbee and is me f hundreds of Alichigan men who are bfcoming lntn:eslel in c:;;per mining in southern Arizona. He was preatly impressed with the mines in th-- vi- inity of Pij-l.'ee and with (it hers in Arizona al-o. He has been in Arizona properties for and one of his objects in g 1- soutlic 1 11 intc 1 evted jiiic tiiiu mg to l.isbee was to invest rtill more money. AVhether be did so or not he- does not say hut he does iclaleone in cident that givi s a g'.ud idea of how tilings are moving down Hisbee way. Headers of The Hepublican will re member an article printed in this paper a few clays ago mentioning the sale of the Iliggins group of mines to the Twilight company for three quarters of a million dollars. When Air. Aliller first reached Pisbee this deal was pend ing. He inquired into conditions and made up his mine! to buy gome stock in the enterprise if the deal went through. It chancer! that he had already ar ranged for a visit to the prerperties of the Alltcheil Alining company twenty two miles distant. He filled his en gagement there being absent from Pis- bee for two days. When he returned he learned that the Twilight deal had gone through, that all the stock the new company desired to dispone of had been placed on the market at ten dol lars a share and had all been wold dur ing his absence. There was nothing further doing at the Twilight In the stoc k line, not at present nt least. Mr. .Miller is one of the men who made a nice turn in Calumet & Ari zona, though he isi sorry row that he inis. t! 1 is c hance for making .a better onr. He bought stock at eighty cents vhn the company was first organized and a short time afterward it Jumped to ?!.. Though lie was not at all dis satisfied a gentleman persuacb-d him to sell out at that figure. There was a divide nt declared at oncei and he b" gan to get hungry fur some more of the .'lock. He irrnrovtd an orncrtun- it jumped to $60 he let go again. Now it's way up between one and two hun dred dollars. A!r. Aliller some six months ago be came Interested in the Pincon Mining company which has a promising prop erty nenrly twenty-five miles south of Ptnson. Since leaving Pisbee he vis ited the Kroup In company with other gentlemen who may become, interested. The money raised by the present com pany has been spent in development woi k and before anything con be done to interest additional capiu.l the com pany will have to be re-organized for it will take r'.ir.'.'thiiif, like $0'J,U(jO to put the mine on a dividnt basis. Air. Mll'itr says he believes this will b? clone early in the? summer and th? propel ty thereafter will be worked ex tensively. He said that while the IUiuom mine is really still In the prospec t class he believes it will prove as good as any thing in the Pisbee distric t. There are various ledges of from one to Ove fe-t in widt'a nr.d of forty-live different r)i;:ft3 the:e is only one in which there is not a good ore show ing. There is one Fhaft on the property, 8." feet devp and sunk properly, being as good a shaft as one could find in any country nr.d handsomely timbeied. A railroad is surveyed within eight miles of the property but when it will be built can not now be preJic'.ed. Assays from the vaiious ere bodies show returns of from sixteen to twenty-three per cent copper. o Transcript of Records. The following transcripts cf the rec ords of the offices of the district clerk, the probate court and the county re corder is furnished by the Arizona Ab stract and Title company. The records for yesterday were: PRO PAT K COl'ilT. Pedro Coiitreras and (lertricdis Zuni- Sk.".V,;:..V 1 b ir? i) g. MX One cf the essentials of the happy hemes of to-day is a ftmd of information as to right living: and the best methods of promoting; health and happines3. With proper knowledge, each hour of recreation, of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contribute to that end end are of not less value than the using of the most vhclesorae foods and tho selecting of the best medicinal Rgent3 when noaded. With ths well-informed, medicinal agents are used enly when nature needs assistance and while the importance of cleansing the system cifectually, when bilious or constipated, has lojg bson known, yet until within recent years it was necessary to resort to oils, salts, extracts of roots, barks and other cathartics which were found to be objectionable and to call for constantly increased quantities. Than physicians having learned that the most excellent lfixative end carminative principles were to be found in certain plants, principally in the leaves, the California Fig Syrup Co. discovered r I a method of obtaining such principles in tneir purest conaiuon ana of presenting them wha pleasant and refreshing liquids in the form luost acceptable to the system and the remedy became known as Syrup of Figs as fifs were used, with the plants, in making it, because cf their agreeiblj taste. This excellent remedy is now rapidly coming into universal use as the test of family laxatives, because it is simple and wholesome and cleanses end sveetcn3 the system effectually without disturbing the natural functions and without unpleasant after effects and its use maybe discon tinued whan it is no longer required. All who would enjjy good health and its blessings should remember that it is the one remedy which physicians and parents well-informed approve and recommend and use and which they and their little ones alike enjoy, because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial efTects. ' Syrup of Figs is for sale by all reliable druggists, at the regular price of fifty cents per bottle, in original packages ?nly, having the name of the remedy Syrup of Figs and the full name cf the Company California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of every package. S lUHiiLii oilYMNilillllWJLL Willi. rooiKvillo, T isi ll I " ' "T-- lalir ' kJ --Mi ' ZT r . v A 1 '4 . i - K Perffecfloii mi luiperfeciloii K v", 1 Brc d Is th dlfforanco between (!.'(' fox Cyp:wri!er$ ana Otber Olriiing 2 ' ' S Le"f; i'7jAS 5? Colonel Murrell's '-Wife COMPLETELY RESTORED TO HEALTH BY TWO BOTTLES OF PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND Women who deaily love husband, children, and home life, are those who desire to be vigorous, active, and full o health. When the wife and mother is suffering, and unable to minister to the wants and comforts of thosi dear to her, the home is sad and e'e-.oni-cnt; there Is family discomfort, "and aching hearts long for the safety of the heme guardian angel. Thank Heaven, thousands of our wo men are now fully p:epared for any o tho Ills prevalent In springtime. They have made Paine's Celery Com pound their family medicine, and through it they are enabled to ward off serious Illness and physical breakdown. The happy experience of Airs. Wm. Murre!!, a prominent lady of North Asbury Park, N. J., should cheer all women who now suffer from nervous ness, sleeplessness, troubles arising from stagnant and impure blood, liver and kidney complaints, rheumatism. ga, licensed to wed. RECORDER'S OFFICE. Eda E. Stacy to Alary L. Stacy, s 1; cf sw i and se 4 of nw 14 of sec. 0, twp. 1 n, r 2 cast, $S50. Huzilla J. Lutgerding to Carmen Tal amantc, lot 4, blk 5, Linvilie Add. t ) Phoenix, $100. Elizabeth J. Itees and husband to Em ma C. Armstrong, lot 3, blk 9, Neahr's Add. to Phoenix. $10. Catherine Kilroy and husband to Si meon N. Robles, lots 3 and 4. blk IV, Alontgomery Add. to Phoenix, $S0. San Francisco) Cal. Ky. "THE FOX" stands evt the head in point of desirable and practical fee.tires. m Don't you biy intil yoi exxrriine Tho Fox: you will regret it if 3'ou do. fox typewriter SoiiipaKy, in, Home ofTice ami factory: . Gr.-mtl Rapid. Mich.. U. C. A. f.r.iiH li office? ami tlcalrr:. in ;iU tin- j-iiiu ipal t ines. m and neuralgia, ilrs. Alurrell says: "I do not know how ta express my heartfelt thank3 to you for the benefit I have received from the use of Paine's Celery Compound. I had a continual pain In my back, a worn, tired feeling, and vas elespendent, with no energy tn move about the house or to pttnd to tr.y domestic affairs. Aly nerves were all unstrung; the slightest noise would msrtie me and put me in tremble. A'ter using different medi cines and consulting different physi cians, and getting no relief, I took the advice of a friend an! tried Paine':; Celery Compound. After using- half ;i bottle I felt so relieved that I deter mined to continue its use. Two bottle? completely cured me. I have not had the slightest pain since, and I have never felt better in my life. I can truthfully say that Paine's Celery Compound gives immediate relief and makes a lasting cure." Simeon Robles and wife to Jr.o. T. ; Dunlap, same, $C0. Anrie AI. Logan to Ezra W. Thnyr. i w 14 of nw 14 of sec. 1Z, twp. 2 n, r 3 e, ! less 1') acres at sw corner, $1. Emma P. Dunbar and husband to Cynthia A. Wells, lots 22. 23. 24. hVi 50, Capital Add. to Phoenix, $2134.40. I For the best private board in t iv. n j go to Airs. Cohn's, 23 West Monroe St. Wh?n a man can't pay his rent h- generally gets a move on. Mew York, N. Y. lilacftincs. Me PMawsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagasatgr Mi S 4- i ity to buy a few charts at $.; and when ' -- - - mJ. " ! nt riijL.-naTIf At. I fc- 1'ar.Ar.mf r aaTat7,