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THE ARIZONA K J5 PU B L I CAN : MONDAY MOKNINCJ, JULY 0, 1903.
Arizona tor Arizonians BaKing Powder THE BEST THAT CAN BE MADE STBICTLY PURE HIGH-GRADE A PURE FOOD ARTICLE Honest Goods-Honest Price Home Industry Mfg. Co. Tempe, Arizona SCHOOLS OF THE COUNTY Shown By Report of the Superintend' ent To Be in Cood Condition. County School Hupirintsr.dent Fulton has prepared his report for transmis sion to the teriltcrial superintendent. It is shown in the' compilation cf the report of the school marsaals that there are in the county 4.728 children of school age. Of these 3,480 are children of native boi n parents; 476 of parents one of whom was foreign born, ami 772 of parents both foreign born. The to tal bonded indebtedness of all the dis tricts in the county is $171.'J37.S4. The debt is well secured. f.;r the" report shows that the property within the bonded districts is worth J12,7iiO.JS3. It will be seen that this is considerably mora than the last assessment of the county, but it will also be Keen that the property within those districts in cluded in the I'h lx high school dis trict has been counted twice. The attendance for the past year, bashed on the reports of the teacher?, is shown to have been ffcn0. indicating a growing ii.tenrst in the school. Since the last report it is shown that a new district lifts been established an J that in the I'h-enix district three new school houses have been erected. The new district is at Sentinel, wheiv- there are ahi.ut fourteen children of school age who had 1 ?n debarred from at tendance by reason of the fact thit the nearest district waff fourteen miles away. There. was no money in the com munity for the building of a school house, and as theie was rr- school land in the community" none could be bond ed. The Southern Pacific, however, came to the ilief of the people by promising to furnisii the si-hol hoys.?. The buildii gs of the school districts aie generally good and the property is well kept. The schovl trustees are f; the most part men of th? greatest prominence in- the communities In which - th'-y reside: the teachers are generally the btst that tan be pro cured an I altogether school affairs are in better shape in the cour.ty than ev er be'ore. PitKFF.K STATK Ql'AK AXTIN K. Steamship Agents at Xew Oilcans Op posed to Marine Hospital Service. New Orleans. July .". The steamship agents doing business" in New Orleans have pronounced in favor of a state as against national quarantine. They de clare that the present quarantine regu lations of the Louisiana board of health are not burdensome. The agents Iook this action !n oppo sition to efforts to bring Iuisij.na, Texas and Alabama under the quarantine- system of the I'nitcd States Mar ine hospital service. Southern California Advertisements . DIAMONDS $100.00 Special this month A Beautiful Solitaire, mounted in if latest design big inducement Expert Watch Repairing. o. l. wuerker, 229 s. spring st. SIS FOURTH AT 0SB0RN Patriotic Residents of Osborn District Celebrate the Glorious Fourth. H. li.igley. While and Ulue,- HOTEL WILSON 126 WEST FI RS T STREETS Remodeled and newly furnished. C entrally located. All street cars pass liotel. Rates G0c up. European plan. LEWIS GRANT, Proprietor. THE WEID. 761 So. Main St., Los Angeles, Opposite P. O. Sunny rmnns by day, week or month. Transient rooms at reasonable rates. Mrs. J. M. "Wheeler, Prop. , HOTEL FIGUEROA Newly furnished sunny rooms, -with excellent 'board, at reasonable rates: billiard room, croquet grounds and ten nis court free to boarders. 1610 South Figueroa St., Los Angeles, Cal. Tel. White 8221. NATICK HOUSE. LOS ANGELES. CAL. RATES: $1.23 to $3.00 per day. Latter with private baths. Rooms 50c up. The most popular house in Los An geles for Arizona people. Has just ad ded a third story and now contains 173 rooms, all newly furnished, wjth running- water and elevator. Thirty suites 'with private baths. Free 'Bus to and from all trains. When in Los Angeles stop at HOTEL BROADWAY THE. JAMES. V a "n a -m a p- . Convenient to all Car Lines. Theaters Shnm.inir mtrirt t,. v,,r,,r.ar. plan. Newly refitted and up-to-date s ervice. GEO. A. EASTMAN, Proprietor. Now- open for summer' tourists, new and 'strictly up-to-date apartment house. Two large rooms jtivinsr conveniences of five-room ilat. Completely luriished, linen, china, etc. A fully equipped kitchen, with gas range in each suite: also private bath. Teleph one service. The most complete and unique little homes on the coast. Near all car lines. Rates reasonable. THE JAMES, 943 South Hill Street, Los Angeles. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Carefully Repaired and Warranted. Thi" national birthday was nui.igry obstived by the patriotic resiiVr.is cf the Osborn district on Saturdas It was oelbia'd by them one yeT ago. They assembled un-ier th ? bea ltiiul shade trev.i surrounuir.r the el gant home of ll. C. Hufard -iuii on the spa cious lawns listened' to an :i pprop: late t.nd interesting programme, and later did full justice to an old-fashiond basket dinner prepared by the ladies. It was a neighboring.! atl'air with bi-t Uw Invited guest, as th.- ground:', would not accommclaie more conven iently. One hundred an 1 thirty sat dovyn to dinner, and several wagon loa'ls of good things to eat n e carted heme after the fray. IT any on wc.H away hungry it was because his -f alto teeth refused to work over time. J. E. Tannrhill was president ttti day, C. S. Evans djrector of Held sports, while Misses IJaum and Stev:n presided ov?r the lemonade tank". Pro gramme: Song, "America," by the congrega tion. Invocation, llev. L. A. McAfee. Quartette. ' The Star Spangled i'.an-rc-r." Mrs. Shaw. Mbs l;,r, . Mr. Evans nnd Mr. YVailrk!i;t. Kevitnth n. "The Flaac." Miss Ella Tann hill. . Address, lie v. W. Song. "The Red. by sixteen -hildron. Kecitulicn in unison, Ut 11." Mary j.i:J Julia ( Tannehill. K?ciLation. '"The Kentucky pher." 'Mildred Djsart. Recitation. "Stand by th- Fern Tannehill. Kec Ration, "Red Tmi-V Master (' II Rhodes, Son?. "Rattle Hymn of the J sixteen chlldrc p.. Rccitaticn. "Th:1 Flag." Jull.i Cage. liemlnlseenc es. S. .V. Pysurt. Quartette. "In the Mo.-rrijig by the Hright Light." Mrs. Shiw. Miss Uc.-or. and Messrs. Evans and Wr.'.bi Idge. The afternoon is P 1 in sicial chat on the lawns Ivy th.' oldJr ont-5, while thf boys and git Is engaged in fc-.t races, the purges being 10 cents for the winr.ji ind a rukel tc the scc-or.-l. Tr- In f t n.ce un a fre- for all In which there v ie sis entiies. th..- Ivunch crossing th" line in the order named: C. S. Evans. V. E. I. he h s. liov. L. A M Afes. A. 1. Walhridge. J. E. Tan r.thill and yill!.:m Matthle. liming the aft -r.-on a very Inter esting talk was gi(n ly Dr. McAfee, and the quartette comprising Mrs. Shaw. Miss Resor. Mr. Evnr: and Mr. Walbrldge reniort-d several vocal kctions. Th" guests w-re most hosplt'ib'y "--tc;tain..-d by Mr. ar.d Mrs. I'.uTrd. aH it was unanimously vt ted to ac-cept th ir invitation to cc.me ;igal;i next Fourth r July. The day was an ideal otic for an cut d;..r gathering, a tool breeze from th,.' west kecpirg th; meicury witliiti r a -on.i!P? bcun-ls. One vt the most en joyable features of the occasion was the absence of crackers an-l bomb'-. The management very wisely and con siderately had decided to substitute Ice iioni for powder, and even the small boy seemed satisfied. Those present express tbcm selves as thi r .ughly delighted with the day-, an 1 as being loth to- leave th. oi:genial company of th;e ceiebrating the gloii Fourth at Rufovd's. "The Liberty age an;l Allit Philesa- Klag," iub:ic," Remember that the Pioneer Meat Market Is selling frozen steak below cost. Thir-bcef don't ki k when you are tatlr,-; it. In Norway Idrunkenness is punished by imprisonment. As soon as a man is .incarcerated the delinquent has a loaf and wine morning ami evening. The bread is served in a wooden bowl full of wine, in which it has been soak ing for an hour. The first day the drunkard swallows his allowance wil lingly enough. The second day it seems less pleas,int. At the end of eight or teen days' prisoners have been known to abstain altogether from th" food thus pitilessly presented. This course of treatment finished, th" drunk nrd. except in rare inst inces. Is radi cally cured. At leait. so it is said. o A NEW ZINC PLANT. Fine Diamond Set tine a Specialty. CPTICIRPi, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. No. 205 South Spring Street, Hollenbeck Block, LOS ANGELES, CAL. 417 West Fifth Street. Between the California Club and Hazard's Pavilion. Phone Joseph 4951. LOS ANGELES, GAL. The latest German and Swedish treatment for Gout,' Rheumatic and all Chronic Diseases. Women's complaints a siwcialty. Osteopathy, Scientific Massage, Klectric Light, Electric, Steam, Vapor and Herb ISaths, I'hytMcal Culture. The Kneipp Water Cure and all other water c ure treatments. We cure without, drugs ami without knife. Our Institute is th" only o'.e en the Pacific slope which is e-quiouc I w ith all the latest s ii ntific methods of nature cure in all its branches and methods. We haye saved hundreds of women from the knife and given back to health. Our motto: "Where there f.-c life, there is hope." There is no disease thai c-animt be diced ly our method if the patient lias vitality left. No drugs cures diseases it sim ply throws it back into the system and breeds chronic diseases; nature and nature alone does the work. We simply assist nature with elements deriv ed from nature, such as water, air, light, sun, electricity, magnetism, by massage, osteopathy, baths, gushes, packs, etc. After you have been treated by an Naturopath, you will know how to keep well, because we have no learned phrases but explain everything In plain English and show and educate the public how to live in order to be healthy. Dr. Carl Schultz, Naturopathic Physician, D. 0. 4 As roows aic limited In our in-ti In l-. uow eoini h btttcr make aiKugeiucuU lor tuiue before eirivai. catalogue auu peiauuiiet tent nee y man Joplin. July 5. A $75. 00') sdnc smelter company has filed artiel-s of incorpor ation to build a plant at Cli:.nute. Kan. The stockholders are Herman Hess cf St. Lr.uis, Joseph Ra'.Ki- of St. Iuis and F. W. Stuec ke, of Giraid. Kan. DON'T FEEL WELL Have no appetite Can't sleejv Rowels constipated--Liver inactive. The stom ach h is become weak and needs a med icine to strengthen it. Don't waste time experimenting with this or that remedy, but get a in.ttle of liostetter's Stomach Ritters at once. For 50 vr rs it h is been recognized as the leading stoniicli remedy of the world, and has cured thousands. "Try it. Our Private Stamp Is over the neck of the hot tit?. HOSTTTEER'S Stomach Bitters Bans NTT Men Suffering from loss cf nrrvous force often owe theircondition to youtlifid iftuoraucc tn:'t tcurfiil enemy to henKh. It is the business cf ."Hence to repair the c!nm.-ij;e caused by the thoughtless practices cf youth. Ktvous licliilily never (rets veil of itself. Its victims drag through a nii-cmMe ex' .tcacc, weak, listless, despondent. 'it: literally feci the hungry uerros. Ring them the precise ingredient de manded by nature. This wonderful remedy cures Nervous Debility, stops all drains, replaces -wns'.ed tissues, sends rich, warm life blood tingling through every pnrt, making every or gan ho; and causing you tu glow with health. 81.00 per bo; G boxes (with guaran tee to cure). $5.00. Book free. Peal Medicine Co., Cleveland, Ohio. FOR SALE BY EbVET & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. fHOENIX, ARIZONA. . -A ... i. in, i imm I'lWUP IHiii.H.MHPII ' JUI Jl U.MW JMimMHll m 11J" .y "t h A ' '' ; ' h..;,. . fc.... i ; ...,.;SS If-: ! ! : :::.. I " H t I - 1 - . ' ' r".!hlii!ii 'akz A";-;";- 4-: '.mi .mVirr.ih- rv."-r.-v; -Ars-'i I -3 9. !')Iti.,(n ,- it -Z- V Ik All, It is the standard of quality by which all other beers are judged. Commanding the highest price, yet leading in sales, proves that its superiority is recognized through out the world. Further proofs of Budweiser's worth are the many imitations, both in name and similarity of label, con stantly being placed upon the market by unscrupulous competitors. To guard against deception every cork is branded . . . : I - ' rVi m m to w$ m m. !'!C50 --. ' " ' v I . r-i Jy r ' . VE-n I m .aum I -e, : ' iii : I-" ;", '.' .'t i mm "Mmmmmm Budweiser is bottled only at the home plant of the AnheuserBusch Brewing: Ass'n St. Louis, U. S. A. THREE MORE AIRSHIPS Built for Contest for Prize of $100, C00 at St. Louis. i ONLY REAL. "PATRICKS." Members Mu?t le Irishmen With the Same First Name. Three mere ,ilrshiis have l.-.-en in vented and will be entered in the world"s fair aerial tournament to com pete for the grand pri'..; of llUO.Ulk). , V. ii. Morris, a Mont- Vista. Colo., mining engineer, is very sanguine that he has solved the prcl.dem of aerial navigation. His machine will I feet in di.: meter and l.Kt feet Ioiik- fully licgcd. Aluminum will ! material used in its construction r.o i'.'.s hag will be usi-d as i:i o IvinK" machines. Mr. Morris :-: ivs machine will travel l"ii mil;:- ::n without lnnKins:, lilting or !;ppin? e v !i'-n the hut her hH ! h.otn ,. !lf Pitt.-huiff, July r.: An Irish society, to bo known as the "Sons of St. Pat rick." applied for a charter in common I leas c ourt yesterday. All oJ the Eisn ers are "Patricks." No otl;r than a. ccr of Krln whose parents christened hir.i ilain' Patrick will ever eee the in sid? c f the organization's meeting place. The signers cf the application are Patrick lUgan. Patrick McCiay. Pat rick A. Kllgallon. Patrick A. ltkkards, Patrick J. Fancy. Patrick J. Leonard,, Patrick S. Hannon. Patric k Olilcese, i ke"a when S2.2.1i back salary was paid. Patrick M. Fitzgerald and Patrick Mo ASKS S2.200 FOR CHURCH KEYS. Chatham. N. Y.. July 5. For ten years the Rev. James Smith has been the rec-tcr of St. Paul's Episcopal church In1 Kindcrhook. Two years af ter going to the parish he began shovy Ing a strcr.x tendency tjward ritualis tic teachings, which displeased hl9 con gregation, and his salary was reduced or.'2-third. ( It is said the rector was not paid. Mr. Smith left and took with him the keys of the church ami the rectory. He is now- a curate in a suburb of Newark, N. J. The Kir.d;rhook congregation demanded the keys, and was told by Mrr Smith that he would give up the flcate Is now issued in Scotland carry- I ing the rights, first, to one cremation. ' cither in Glasgow or any of the creina- tcries in -Great Britain, and. second, to , a niche for deposit of the ashes in th-i Columbarium at Maryhill, Glasgow. , o 'TWOULD BE MORE HORRIBLE TO STAY. I Govern. is c j refill ly guarding the detail:- f ti i: -plans. E. A. Kindler, a Denver." Co'.., nu i. has completed a model for an airship and c or. iucte 1 a sati-I.c-lory ti.. lie will enter it in the contest for the S.; ) tn:i) H h'. at the fair. .Mr. Kir. U claims nis machine will act-rage ;i speed of eighty miles an hour. -Safety appliances are a feature of the airship. Canvas flaps three feet wide extend entirely around the balloon." These are limp, except In case of sudden descent, when they open c ut like uiribrell is or parachutes an-J are i'o er.cjuh to check descent to a gentleness devoid of danger should the gas bags fail completely. ...olive power is furnished by a storage battery. The framework which is made of aluminum and light steel tubing, with the motor, battery and propeller, which is six feet from tiji tu tip and has' four blades, will weigh about threehundred pounds. A test made recently of the model was entirely satisfactory. The machine de scribed a circle lifty feet in diameter, rising, dipj'ing and finally descended to its moorings without a hitch in its mechanism., The machine will be truly a formidable one in the coming con test. Stre?.tcr, Illinois, wiil bo represented in the aerial tournament by an airship planned by Mr. Reifersohrid erf that town. Uc i.'ci scheid's machine consists of !'. bailout pjin'.ed at both c;.ds- .in I ly iig In a. horizontal position, Aiuim-1 I i -i s li:illor;ii are strips. .of ajiiniiiitini fining enough to make substantial framework. At each end arc the pro pellers, six in all, to le- used in raising and lowering the machine and to assist in guiding it. A six l'.oisu power gaso line motor will provide- the motive power a nd the balloon will be tilled with hydrogen gas and hermetically sealed. Large fans will provide a. safety device which will permit the ship to slowly descend i- case the bal loon collapsed. News also conies by cablj from Paris, France, that Santos Dumont ha? made a . very successful expeiinient with his latest model, lea ing his bal loon thed, going a considerable dis tance and returning with the airship under perfect control during; the entire LHP. HONOR. NOT THE LAW. TO NOP A II ASSAYS REVEALED. M-inr. sota Jtidse Titers Warnir. r to Th r o Who Lend M jr.ey r.t Poker. St. Paul. Mfr.r... July Warning to poker p! i vers that they must clenend uxm th" honor of th:ir antagonists, and r t ;:pon the courts, to' pay debts contracted at the gamir.g table, has been utttieJ by Judge Robert Fin.?hout of thci municipal court. D. Hoffrln sued Robert Bellow to re cover mor .j lent by. him to I'cllow in a poker game. A Jury in a justice's cour.it found fcr the defendant. In sustainir.;? the verdict on appeal. Judge Fir.ehcut yesterday said: "Money loaned to gamble cannot be rtce.vci.ed. and the courts of this state will not enforce a contract which is contrary to public policy ar.J good morals, whether prohibited or not by thi statutes in the state wherein it was made. The plaintiff, having knowingly lent his money t: the defendant to be used In a gambling game, has placed himself and his money outside the pale of the lav.-, and if he has been the loser by the uilure of the plaintiff to repay the money loaned then both goc-l mor als and public policy require the law rhould rot aid Mm." Lode Porphyry Shows From $5 to U . Per Ton in One Instance. New; York, July '. Information vo ctlved from Tonopah states that the lode porphyry on the property of the New York and Tonopah Mining com pany assays frem $5 to 315 ie'- ton in the whole extent of the shaft. In the crosscut from the 625 level two ledges were encountered, one 18 inches viae and the other a two-foot ledge. The ledges assay from 550 to $75 in gold and silver. The crosscut is now in 60 feet. It is expected that the large ledges of the Valley View, Gold Hill, Salt Iike and Fraction companies; on the trend of which this property is located, will be struck in the crosscut across the chums. it; if I.H o 1 CREMATION IN SCOTLAND. She Did you see that young Spend sleigh escape from his creditors on his bicycle? He What a horrble thing to go broke on the wheel. Yale Record. BEST FOR THE BOWELS If yon haT.n't a r (Hilar, healthy moTemont of th. bowrla everyday, you're iHorwill be. Kerpyonr bowels open, and be well. Force, in tbe abap ot violent phyaic or pill potion, Ii dangerous. The mootheat, easiest, most perfect way of keeping the bowels clear and cleau is to take CANDY CATHARTIO 9 EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taate Good. Po Oooo, Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe; 10. 25 and 60 cents per box. Write for tree sample, and book let on health. Address 423 Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Cremation is growing in public favor in Scotland. From the latest report of the Scottish Burial Reform and Cre mation society we learn that for the year ended September 30 last twenty live cremations were carried out in Scotland, being an increase of ten over the number of the preceding year. The total up to the present time is 122. For a reduced charge of 6 guineas a certi- 7 iiure Corref. pendeoct Strictly ConllricatUL For DrunVenness, Opium, Morphine and other Drug Using, theTobacco Habil and Neurasthenia. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, Dwlght, III If troubled with- this distressing ailment, watch for the first indication "of an. attack; as soon as you feel it coming on take three cf Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets and the attack may be warded off. J Mr. Geo. E. Wright, of New London, New York, says: "For several years my wife was troubled with what physicians called sick headache of a very severe character. She doctored with several eminent physicians and at a great expense, only to grow worse until she was unable to do any kind of work. About a year ago she began taking Chamberlain's Stomach wnd Liver Tablets and today weighs more than she ever did before and is real well.' He has since recommended these Tablets to several of his neighbors, who are enthusiastic in their praise of the remedy. Sold bv drujrjnsts at 25c. per box. a