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TILE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, MAT 28,. 1903.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS TTTTTTTTt TTTTTT I' MESA I 4t f i Additional LocaJ i 4 4 i E2C&BQ&S9 OCEANSIDE be si. minor. but the WHERE IS IT f T-tv fVif side of the ocean. Where the season may climate is spring. Whefe cool nights and bracing days f 11 the long sum mer months; while the Interior roasts and swelters, tortured humanity asking itself the question, "How long can I endure?" HOW DO YOTJ GET TO IT P Good service and cheap rates by the Santa Fe railroad. BUT WHERE IS IT T Two hours' ride from Los Angeles. AND WHAT HAVE WE THESE TO OFFER P Five acres of a beautiful park, 2.000 feet from the e.lge of the sea. High Beautifully wooded with splendid shade trees. Big trees-old trees and lots of them. Pine, Cypress, Eucalyptus: some of them 100 feet high. P.ood quail' and duck shooting close at hand during the open season. Water supply pumped by the town of OceansWe irom the San l.uls Key rive pure and ample. There is no more "healthful, beautiful and delight ful sixt on the Pacific Slope. The beach is the finest bathing beach on the coast." No gravel, no tar, no sea weed, clean and free from every Imper fection. What more Ideal summer home could a man fir.l? Here he can drink In the cool ocean breezes in the shade of his own private forest : and In one breath, inhale the salt of the sea. and the aromatic resin of the pines. Turn his eyes where he will, beauty greets him. Let him gaze sea ward, and the blue Pacific shines before him with the islar.ds San CUni ente and Santa Catallna rising from its bosom. Let him look overhead, and he sees the wind-tossed tops of his own forest swinging gracefully to and fro in the cool ocean breeze. Let him look inland, s.nd the eye wan ders from peak to peak, onward and upward, over the various panorama of the Paloma. San Jacinto and Cuyamaca ranges. Truly in this favored spot health and delight go hand In hand. TO SUM IT ALL UP From Monterey to the Mexican line you won't find its superior, and the chances are you won't find its equal. AND THB PRICE At many resorts you will pay $1,500 for a little lot. 30x90 feet. What do we ask for these five acres of wooded park, by the seashore, in the town of Oceanside. at the corner of Eighth and Clementine streets? ittle more than the price of two 30x90 feet lots in other places: for we will sell this beautiful property, unmatched as a site for a club or a summer settlement of several families of friends, for $3.f.00. Go and see it. It is worth the cost of the trip just to look at those trees. THE SMALL-DROWN COMPANY 637 Bradbury Building-, Los Angeles, California, "The Daylight Store." Jaco by B ros 331-333-335 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. 3 J THERE ARE MANY IMITATIONS ..BUT ONLY ONE. RUBEROID ROOFING Buildings covered with RUBEROID are 50 per cent cooler in summer than when metal or composition and gravel are used. Guaranteed to resist the severest expan sion and contraction. Equally adapted to flat or pitched roofs. vIf your dealer does not carry it write to us for sam ples and prices. BLAKE, MOFFITT & Lob Angeles. Cnl. TO WNE Everyone Doming to Los Angeles Is most cordially invited to visit our big establishment. You'll find it will repay you well to defer your purchases until you reach here. Kven in sui h matters as gloves and hosiery our variety is so broad and our prices so low that you will find It profitable to trade here. Arizona People May feel free to make themselves perfectly at home at-our store. We should be glad to do any services in our power, answer any questions, and accommodate visiting strangers In every possible way. f Just now we're holding an immense sale of all women's tailor-made suits, which have' been reduced to about half their former prites. Since our styles are the most exclusive shown In the Southwest, and our stock the largest, this opportunity will appeal to all Arizona ladles. SEC W. E. Pomoroy spent Monday in Phoenix and left for the Vatil copper company's property nt t'ampo Santo Pino on the. evening train. Ills wife accompanied' him as far as Phoenix. While In Phoonlx Mr. Pomeroy, who Is one of the directors of the Highland Water company notified Mr. George Christy of his election- to take the place of his father as director, vice president and treasurer of the High land Water company which Mr. Chris ty accepted. Dr. E. W. Wilbur returned , this nornlng from a business trip to Los Angeles. Regular church services will be held In the various chinches of the city liext Sunday. In the opinion of the city physician all danger from con tagious diseases bus passed so that quarantine which has prohibited public gatherings will not' be en'orced after that date. Mrs. J. M. Phy Is on the sick list with ii bad cold. Kimball and Elijah Pomeroy were loading supplies for th? Copper Top mine this morning' and will leave for the properties this evening or in the morning. The board of directors of the Gold Bug Mining and Milling company held a meeting last evening. John Sebrean came In from Gold Rug mines last evening to attend a meeting of the board of directors of the Gold Bug Mining anil Milling company. He will return today. The new Mammonth generator at the I electric power house was started up ! today for a trial run. i Mrs. W. R. Telford has announced ;that on Tuesday night, June 2 a medal contest will be held at one- of the j churches. The contest will be between i the members of the Ijnyal Temperance , league, ten of w hom will participate Full particulars will be given later. No admission fee is to be charged but a collection to defray expenses will be taken up. The Mesa concert band Mill give their long delayed social dance on Friday night of this week. The rule against holding public meetings has lapsed The boys have had hard luck with their dances on two or three occasions. having had to postpone them on ac count of some unavoidable mishap. It is to be hoped that now the date is fix ed for Friday night, May 29. there wil' be no further delay. WHITE LCES, ONE CENT PER STRING. Head Quarters for IIUNIING AND Fishiti2 Boots 'a $3.50, $5.00, $7.00 Heavy Tan Grain Durable and Strong Extension Soles Men's Hosiery 25c:, 35c, 50c, 75c. Burns 240 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. " " Yachting on ' the Pacific I.n one ot the pleasures to be found at the seashore rescrts c-n the SALT LAKE iiOl'TK. Ask agent of the San ta Fe to toll you about Ciitalina Island. Long I'cach and" Terminal Island, thr bent seashore resorts In California. Kodaks and Photo Supplies We make a specially of Developing, Printing and Enlarging Mail Orders given Prompt Attention Send lor Catalogue urtwi i mn q rfi 213 south broadway nUWLANl) & LU. 10s anglles, cal. COOD TEETH-GOOD HEALTH Gold crowns $5.00. and bridge work that cannot be surpassed at low pi Ices. Wait ing is dantreroi t. why not order that set of teeth today. We do not compete with cheap dentists. First-class work only. Over 3ft years' practice. Tel. John 3191. DR. CICERO STEVENS 217'i South Spring Street, los Asqeles, Cal. Housekeeping Apartments and Single Rooms. The Casa de Oro oOS-.VW Sou'ta Flower Street, LOS ANGFXES. New house, new furniture, baths. 'Phone, gas and electricity. Rooms $2.50 per week and upwards. Levy's Dining Parlors Thoroughly modern, centrally locat ed, excellently equipped, skillfully man aged, popularly priced. LEVY'S 111 W. Third St. 203 S. Main. Los Angeles, Cal. SYCAMORE GROVE When U R at CATALINA See the McLEAN VILLAS. Cool, testful, signtly. day. week, month or year. Ground for rent. Prop., J. D. McLean, Carpenter, Ave.. Ion. Cut. HOTEL COLUMBIA, 612 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Very central, light airy rpoms. CO cents to $1 per day. Special rates by the week or month. Community kitchen and roof garden. NURSERIES Office, 440 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Largest stock of trees In the West. Eucalyptus, Acacias, Peppers, Cypress, etc.. Palms, shrubs and fruit trees of every description. Catalogues free. Special attention given to Arizona orders. Hotel Colorado LOS ANGELES, CAL. An elegantly furnished family hotel. (Kooms only). Best beds in town. Rooms single or en suite. Everything new. Hates $2.50 per week and up. One block frtm Central park. C2VZ S. Broadway. VARIED. "What experience have you had as a cook'.'" asked Mrs. Dinsmorc of the ap plicant for the situation. "Twinty places in three mont's. mum," replied Bridget, proudly. 1 TEMPE . Mgr. JK G. CLIPPINCER Z2EEKBS3ET2 Mrs. Niles Petersen entertained Mes ditmes 10. L. Thew, J. F. Halgler and I. G. lianna on Tuesday. George Pusch.an enterprising business man of Tucson, was, a Temie vis'tor yesterday. The Misses Smith ;ind Green ot Scottsdale, with many friends in Tempe, left here Tuesday evening for Ixjs Angeles. A meeting of the water usr-rs of th South Side was held in the I. O. O. F. building yesterday. ' Work will be resumed next week cm the new Roman Catholic church in Tempe. Joseph Birchett, the hustling Tempe grocer, received from a Michigan firm yesterday a beautiful new office desk. The Misses Daly, Kindred and Mat thews and Mr. Standage tf the Normal visited Phoenix yesterday In the inter est of i.mmencement week events. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stewart enter tained Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. Stewart's brother, of Bisbee, who has been spending the past few weeks -with them. R. A. Windes has purc hased the Lor Ing lot on Mill avenue. Just north of Blrchett Bros", grocery store. Mr. Winde contemplates building on the lot in the near future, which will add very materially to that business sec tion. Mrs. Ycung of Clifton has been called here on account of the serious illness of her daughter. Miss Ka;- ,'aung, rtudent of the Normal. J. D. Blakeley of Mesa was a busi ness visitor In Tempe Monday. Attorney Wolf and Miss Ruby Tucker drove over to the capital city Monday. Garfield Goodwin and his mother moved into their beautiful new brk' residence on East Eighth street yester day. W. II. Humphreys of Stockton. Cal.. is making a brief business stay in Tempe. A large shipment of cattle arrived yesterday morning from Congress for Frank Fogel. David Teeter. Tempe's hustling meet man, was a Phoenix business visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly and F. L. Amhir of St. Louis, who have been spending the past six weeks in Tempo, left for their home last evening. The ladies of the Degree of Honor, A. O. I'. W.. will hold on ice cream social on Finch's la-n Friday evening, June a. Everybody cordially Invited. The brick work on the Luken block will be completed today. E. Ixmman and wife spent yesterday with Phoenix friends. The store of the Tempe-Mesa Produce Co. of Mesa was burglarized Monday night and goods aggregating $100 in Value were taken. o Call and see our complete line of summer underwear. From 20c to $l.r.O per garment. Remember, we're lead ers. Hyder Bros. I WORLD WIDE REPUTATION. White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved a world wide reputation as be Ing the best of all worm destroyers, and for Its tonic Influence on weak and un thrifty children, as It neutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach, im proves their digestion, and assimilation of food, strengthens their nervous sys tern and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood. 25c at Elvey & Huletfs, the live druggists.- THE DOCTORS AT LUNCHEON. Dr. and M 's. If. E. Stroud yesterday en tertained the visiting members of the izona Medical association irt lunch eon at thlir home. No C31 North Cen ter strei.-t. A BICYCLE COLLISION There was real head-on bicycle collision last evening about 8:30 cn South Second avenue. It was dark and the two wheels struck fairly. Jumping up In the air like locomotives. One of them was rldde i by W. T. Goodman an em ploye of Louis Melczer. The other man pulleJ himself out of the wreck and got away so ftst his identity was not learn ed. Mr. Goodman was struck in the forehead bv the c nvcatchc r cf the o'th- r hicyclc and a se vere gash resulted. He got to tlu" office cf Dr. Swclnain whete he fainted from pain ami the loss of b'.oxl but jecovered p.o.in after. It took several stitchts M close the wound, j A DAY'S VISIT. E. W. Richardson of I'rescott. who went south a few days ago to meet his mother, Mrs. J. S. Richardson of New York, arrived here yesterday morning accompanied by her. He met her at Benson and they went to Guaymas for a few day's stay and a view of the Pacific from a Mex ican standpoint. They expected to go from there to California for a stay of some length but Mr. Richardson per suaded his mother she ought to see the garden spot of Arizona first, so she consented to come to Phoenix for a day. And she is glad of it. The ride across the southern derert prepared her to fully appreciate the verr.al splendors of this vast oasis and Instead of condemn ing Arliona a she might have done from the view along the mainline, she Is nlready Its friend. Mr. Richardson and hi? mother will leave for California tonight via the M. & P. and after tiieir visit there wlil return to Prescc.tt via the northern mute. AUTOMOBILES. There is no deny ing thf.tthe Fplrit of the age Is t ravel in an automobile and the road ma chines have come to stay. There were more automobiles mussed In front of ihe Hot?l Adams yesterday than could have been found In a whole Ftate (a c'.ozen jeais ago and In the evening when tl.e medical men were preparinr to'leavt for the asylum there were fo many cf them In evidence that even a horse with a p?digree who ventured along Adams street In the vicinity of the hotel, looked llkj thirty cents. The horse I all right In his place and will never te supplanted entirely but like th; res': of the world he Is losing his individuality and must learn to keep In his place or be run over. Four of the Tucson people who are attending the meeting of the Medical association camo over In automobiles and among the local members of the profession there are so many of them :n use peo plf hae quit counting. Bone Pain?, Itching, Scabby Skin Diseases. Swellings. Carbuncles, Pimples. Scrofula Permanently cured by taking Botanic Blood Jinlm It destroys the active Pois on in th blood. If you have ache and pains in bones, buck and joints, ltclunir Salily Skin. Blood feels hot or thin. Swollen Glands. R!siprs and Bumps on Hie Skin, M iicns Patches In Mouth. Sore '1 hrnat. Pimples, or offensive eruption. Copper-Colored Spots or rash on Skin, all miwlown. or nervous, fleers on any iurt of the body. Hair or Eyebrows fall.ni out. Carbuncles or lloils. take BOTANIC BLOOD BALM. Guaranteed to core even the worst and most de, p seated cases where doctors, patent inedi ciiis, ami hot springs fail. Ilealo all sores, stops nil ache and pains, r-duee all swellings, makes blood pure anil ri h. completely changing the entire 1k1v into a clean, heulthy condition. K. B. B. ha cured tltousamls of casts of Blood P0U011 even after renchinsr the last states. Old Rheumatism, Catarrh, Ecitema are caused bv an awful poisoned condi tion of the Blood. B. B. B. stops Hawk ing and Spitting, Itching and Scratching. Aches find Pains: cures Rheumatism, Ca tarrh: heals all Scabs, Scales. Eruptions. Watery Blisters, foul festering Sore of Eczema: by eivine a pure, healthy blooJ supply to affected parts. CANCER CURED. Botanic Blood Balm Cures Cancer of a!! Klnrin. Suppurating Swellings. Katinir Sores. Tumors, uilv Ulcers. It kills the Cancer I oison and heals the sores or worst cancer )erfectly. If you have a persistent Pimple, Wart, Swelling. Shooting. Stinginer Pains, take J: loo I Balm and they will disappear IWore they develop into Cancer. Many apparently hopeless cfises of cancer cured by taking Botanic Blood Balm. OIK UIAUA TKK. Bay m Iwit bottle rr ftl. mf ut uicgUL, take na dlretl. UtMai Uluwd lialm (jn.ii. U. ) !) rum when tbe rig-tit quaatitr lakn. If (irf i ;r wlil out rament. Don't overlook the two weeks' cafh sale nt J. J. Hodnett's, confmencliig May 22nd. A girl o; 15 can generally fall In leiv.? without the slightest provoeition. SPRING AILMENTS. There is an aching and tired feelln?: the liver, bowels and kidneys become, sluggish and inactive, the digestion Im paired, with little or no appetite, no ambition for anything, ami a feeling that the whole body nnd mind needs toning up. The trouble Is, that during winter, there has been an accunrulation of waste matter In the system. Her bine will remove It. secure to the se cretions a right exit, and by Its tonic effect, fully restore the wasted tissues and give strength In place of weakness. f.0c at Elvey & Hulett's. the live druggists. THE MISSING LINK. "And so Professor Gustpvus has tit last discovered the missing link! Whre did he find it?" "Under the bureau. I understand." &AN'eBRUS .Outers ROOTED IN THE BLOOD. After the apre of 45 or 50, when the vital powers are naturally weaker, it is noticed that a hurt of any kind heals slowly and often a very insignifi cant scratch or bruise becomes a bad ulcer or small pimple camo cn y jaw, but pave mo no cvCeo 1 i V- f pain or inconvenience, and 1 should have forgot- Sore. At tlllS time of ten about it had it not beitun to inflame and itch ; it life wartv rrrowths Jould bleod a little, then scab over, but would not , , jicui. 11119 couunuea , ... . - - - ... wmm.uuu w i puiuo uiuo lucu i lies bacor muics uuu lmpics uiai oeran 10 oat ana spread, until it was as large as a have been on the bodv I'alf dollar, when I heard cf S. S. 8. and determined n1.,,Lfv ; 1 V, . !y to Bijo it a fair trial, and it is remarkable what a almost irom birtll begin wonderful effect it had from tho besinninif ; the toro to inflame and fester be"atl t heal and after taking a few bottles diaap- u.t . 1 ' pfred entirely. This waa two years ago ; there aro and DClore very long- atill no signs of the Cancer, and mv general health are large eating ulcers. contiaaos good. Mrs. K. SHIREK, Wyaconda, Mo. Whenever a. sore or ulcer is slow in healing then vou may be sure something is radically wrong with your blood." Some old taint or poison that has been slumbering there for years, is beginning to assert itself, and breaks out and becomes a bad ulcer and perhaps the beginning of Cancer. These old sores are rooted in the blood, and while washes, soaps, salves, etc., keep the surface clean, they are not healing.- A blood medicine tb purify and strengthen thepolluted blood and a tonic to build up the general system is what is needed, and VS. VS. S. is just such a' remedy. No poison is so powerful and no germ so deadly that this CTeat vegetable blood rpmlv cannot reach it, and ulcers of every kind quickly yield to its wonderful curative prop erties. If 3'ou have an old' sore or ulcer, write us all about it. and mcdi- j cal advice or any information you may desire will be givea by our physi- THE SVfSFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA, :ians without charge. rhoenlx citizens going to Los Angeles stop at The Hotel Ilosslyn. Hotel del Coronado maintains a regu lar agency in Los Angeles under the management of H. F. Norcross, at 200 South Spring street, where full In formation regarding the Tent City and the hotel may be had. either by letter or by personal application. Try Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver Tablets, the best physic. For sale tj all druggists. ADAGE HELD TBUE. WHEN THE' MOKING BIBD SINGS LOW. 'TIs summer time nr.d western night Comes In from Eastern shores. And Arizonlans everywhere Are sleeping out of doois. The mocking bird Is playing low His harp of many strings. And many dreams and pleasant dreams His changelul music brings. A homesick lad Is East again. And stuffs the keyhole tight. Unconscious that he's drinking in. The out-door air of night. A climate-hardened pioneer In cahoot with! Uncle Sam. Is chiseling granite loulders. For the world-famed "Tor.to Dam," A bronzed nnd booted cowboy Soft llnert steal o'er his face. Hides hard his bucking broomstick Buck at the old home place. A hopeful High School student, ' Who expects to graduate: Is telling all alniut it. At his father-in-law's front gate. 'Tis summer-time and one and all Those spells of witchery know. That come in dreams to outdoor sleep. When the mocking bird sings low. C. O. CASE. o . I AMUSEMENTS I 4 Hx:-:KM::! MOVING PICTURES. Friday evening the Dorris theater has for an attraction a combination which is sure to" meet, the approval of the general public as well as the sport ing element. The Hagy's Moving pic tures, which has for a feature the Jeffrlcs-FitzFimmona contest as It transpired in San Francisco, the Col umbian Shamrock yacht race and other Interesting novelties. That a better understanding of the party may be had we reproduce the following from the Glenwood Spiing9 (Colo.) Post: "Hagy's moving pictures at the opera house. Wednesday r.ight, were an ex ception to the moving pictures exhibit ed heretofore. The operator was able to place the pictures before the audi ence clear and distinct and without de lay. There was a noticeable absence of the flicker so common in moving pic tures. Jeffries-Fitzsimir.ons" last figh was received with great applause f-m the audience. The capture of the Bid die brothers and Mrs. Soffel was a very exciting scene. Since Mr. Hagy's ap peal ance the people of Glenwood have c better op'rinn o reeving pictures." Among several amusing incidents re lated by Judge Alfied C. Coxe, of the United States circuit court, in a lect ure delivered to Colurrlbla students. va3 the tale of a young lawyer who carr. tiefore the supreme court to argue a case In which he was both counselor and d?fendant. "I once heard an old French adage," said he, "which said that he who argues his own case has a fooV for a client. Despite this, howevor. BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B. is Pleasant and safe to take. Thorouithiv tested for 30 yrs. Composed of Pure Bo tanic Ingredients. Strengthens weak kid neys and weak stomachs, cures dyspepsia. Complete directions go with each lottle. Bold in Phoenix. Ariz., by Elvev & Hu lett, 5 E. Washington St.: H. Goodman, cor. Washington and Center Str;Vake lin's Pharmacy. Call or write either store. Blood Balm sent by express. I prcpoFe to present the de'ar.danf side in this case, as I know more of it than any one else." Then the young lawyc-r went on to offer his argument. Before he went back to his home in St Louis he left word with a friend to notify him by wire ts soon as the court's decision wa handed down. A e:-k later he re ceived a telegram which read: "Old French adage aff.rmed." o ' FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON FARM 3 Dr. Bergin. Pana, 111., writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow Liniment: always recommend It to my friends, as I am confident there is no better made. It is a dandy for burns." Those who live on farms are especially liable to many accidental cuts, burns, and bruises which heal rapidly when Bal lard's Snow Liniment Is applied. It should always be kept in the house for cases of emergency. 2Sc, 50c, and $1.00 at Elvey & Hulett's, the live druggist. The get-rich-quicker's both done and undone. victims are OH EMI AM "Klpg of all Bottled Beers." Brewed from Bohemian Hops. Order from Melczer Bros. Co., Wholesale Dealer. f7 NOT INTENTIONAL. Mrs. Gramercy Do you think It was an intentional slight on the part of Mrs. Newrich? Mrs. Park Why. no, my dear. She hasn't been a lady long enough to know how to be rude. ' "'" '- rifrrgi '1 i'iii i n 1 iiii mum Mini The Strong Chain of evidence cf satisfaction that comes from each new place in which RAINIER BEER is introduced, proves its merit. The three points in its .favor are purity, wholcsomcnecs and a better flavor than r.r.y ether beverage. MELCZER BROS. -CO.. Distributors, rhbenir, Ariz.