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THE AIUZOTSA REPUBLICAN: SUJSDAY MOKNIMG, .NOVEMBER 8, 1903.
Y . r era F-r &? b m m XhS z li a 1-2 ;u U. IfOF A SKIN V'! 3 3 IW0 I It is natural to rub the spot that hurts, and when rheumatic pains are shooting through the joints and muscles and they arc inflamed and sore, the sufferer is apt to turn to liniments and plasters for relief; and while such treatment may quiet the pain temporarily, no amount of rubbing or blistering- can cure Rheumatism, because it is not a sliia disease, but is in the blood and all through the system, and every time you are exposed to the same conditions that caused the first attack, j-ou are going to have another, and Rheumatism will last just as long as the poison is in the blood, no matter what you apply externally. Too much acid in the blood is one cause of Rheumatism ; stomach troubles, bad digestion, weak kidneys and torpid liver are other causes which bring on this painful dis ease, because the blood becomes tainted with the poisonous mat ter which these organs fail to carry out of the system. Cer tain secret diseases will produce Rheumatism, and of all forms this is the most stubborn and severe, for it seems to affect every bone and muscle in the body. The blood is the medium by which the poisons and acids arc carried through the system, and it doesn't matter what kind of Rheumatism you have, it must be treated through the blood, or you can never get permanently rid of it. As a cure for rheumatic trou bles S. S. S. has never been equalled. It doesn't inSame the stomach and ruin the digestioa like Potash, Alkalies and other strong drugs, but tones up the general health, gently stimulates the sluggish organs, and at the same time antidotes and filters out of the blood all poisonous acids and effete matter of every kind ; and when S. S. S. has restored the blood to its natural condition, the painful, feverish joints and the sore and tender muscles are immediately relieved- Our special book on Rheumatism will be mailed free to those Jcsiring it. Our physicians will cheerfully answer all letters asking for special information or advice, for which no charge is made. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, OAs USABLE TO CLEEP AT NIGHT. Sidney, Ohio, August 26, 1903. A few months aero I was feeling- weak and run down and unable to get sleep at night. I felt extremely bad, and also had rheumatic pains in my joints and mus cles. The medicine I uaod ova me only texnporar7 relief at best; so seeing B. S S. higLlr recoTnmended icr such trou bles, I began its use, and after taking- it for souio time was well pleased with the result. It did away with the rheumatie pains, gave lue refreshing sleep and built up my general system, giving me strength and enc-rgv. It is a good medi cine, without a doubt, and I take pleas ure in endorsing it. R. F. D. No. i. S. S. BOTTGHTON-. Sold on MERIT v . ' - r ! t - 'J4FGlcRaC?I m cOLQEHGATE;i;;fsS Pleases the Cook it MESA SOUTH TEMPE SIDE NEWS X TEMPE. NUPTIALS CELEBRATED. Popular Ter.-.pe Young Lady Mar ried to Rev. Rowland cf Solo-rr.or.ville. out to Inspect the claims, and pending the leturn of the assays end report the work was suspended. The contract for sinking: 2"0 feet on the property in an incline shaft to water level has been let to O. D. Merrill. Th3 work will commence at once. The marr'.aR? of Miss Clira Cummins to Rev. J. H. Rowland took place Fri day evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cummins, three miles west of Tempe. The bride was attttred in n gown cf white and carried In her hand a bunch of beautltul roses. The groom wore the conventional suit of blsik. and new Jlcwrc rronourced thr words that made the couple man and wire. Th3 ceremony was jerfcrmed in the parlor ur.der a bower of white roses. Following the ceremony and after the happy couple had received the con gratulations of friends, a delightful wedding r upper was served, and liter !n the evening the r.ewly married coup!? drove tc Phcenis. whre th?y v. ill rper.d a few days with friends and relatives. r.fter which they will g3 to Pclomonville. whe:e taey will make their home. The bride is among Tempo's best known and most prpular young ladies, ar.d the groom is the pastor of the M. E. church at S-lomonviile. Those present frcm Tempo were: Mr. r.nd Mrs. John MtRar.e. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Alice Wyncoop. Mr. and Mrs. Alma Cummins. Rev. and Mrs. Mcwre, EI vUn. Kthel and Lucy (.'Jmmir.gs, Will iam Iiird. KI Huck. Walter Harris. CONJOINT MEETING. The monthTy conjoint meeting of the M. I. A. of Mesa ward was held Friday night In Mesa opera houFe. The fol lowing programme was rendered. ..Lit erature B. C, Fanny Dana; scng. F. L. Johns: n, recitation. Ben Rogers: music, Emma Passy and company. SUFFRAGISTS MEET. Saturday at 2 p. m. the Woman's Suffrage association he'd its meeting In the Baptist church of this place. There was a gocdly turnout, and busi ness of Importance was transacted. FIRST M. E. PASTOR. Rev. C. P. Wilson, the first Methodin paetar cf Mesa. s who organized the church here, will preach In the M. E. church at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. A SMOKER. J. G. Ppir.gler Monday night next will give a smoker to the K. of P. an ! thelrs friend-j at the lod.e hall." Clay pires, Tiu'.! Durham tcbn co and e.gars will be the "bill of fare." i, . ,1 s WARRANTEDjiiSSp ATALL pure t! ttwK o'H&ne-S 6r0CERS PLANT PRACTICALLY ACCEPTED. With a few Improvements la v!ew, the Mesa Dairy ar.d Ice company have accepted the plant, and Messrs. Gecrge I 1 : i It Irnn T o .- ( . 1 n ,1 1" r. Clarer. e Cot-ner. Anna Matthews and tl . . , . . .. it i marck Benzoine left on the train for ii-.i.i i . i IllU.lBI.I i CLCI Ul y . KANSAS REUNION. The te-.th annunl reur.icn of th Kansas people cf the valley was held ve.-torday rt the public Fchocl grounds. It was ret ciuiti as well attended as some foimer onos h-.ve heen. owing ro .leubf to the fact that a pood miny rther things hav? t3ken place this week, yt those that were present had a very ploasr r.t day and enjoyed them selves thcroughl. Alter a laipe tab!e full cf good thirgs had been disposed of. a short prc grarr.r.io lock place, in which the fol lowing participated: Mr. Tost or Mesa. J. K. Price. Rev. Kloss of Tempe and Rev. Telle of Mesa. This was foil-wed by the election of Officers for the en suing year. The following were elect ed: President. Rev. Tolle: vice-president. D. nt Ruck: secretary und treas urer. Milt Meyer. Committee 0:1 pro grrmrre. Mrs. i:uck. Mrs. Kloss. Rev. Timiinron. Committee on resolution. J- E. Pri e. Rev. Kloss and Mi'.t Meyer. It was decided to hold th? reunion again one year frcm yesterday at thu same rlce. ELECTION RESULTS. OFF'CERS RE-ELECTED. The officers of the W. C. T. V. las,t year were all re-elected to their re fractive positions the crrrlng year, and Phoenix was selected fo:' holdlr.g the cnnual metij:g cf 1304. Following are the territorial officers re--lcted: Mrs. Imogen La Chance, Phoenix, presi dent: Mrs. H. B. Long. ITcscott vice president; Mis. Luella C Thomas. Phoenix, corresponding secretary: Mrs. F. W. Munds. Prescott. recording sec retary: Mrs. S. D. Wilbur. Mesa, treasurer. WORTH A ( Saved From j$eistrpm warm ING'S RANSOfifl. rPetuih Slaves Lives v ,.m .i, V. M T V T C- i r a V PERSONAL MENTION. J. B. Wallace was a business visiter to Phoenix yesterday. He wa$ accom- panled by F. T. P-meroy of the firm cf i Pomeroy Brothers' company, real es tate agents, who hxd recently sold his J property tc A. V.. Lamson of Iowa, . and they went dewn to close u: the , deal. Judge G. W. Woy a business visitor In Phoenix Saturday. Dr. J. Rowell. who lived i"or seven! mor.ths in Mesa. and. when grarted n. license to practice medicine in Arizona. hung out his shirjrle in Tempe, left MT.S. COL. E. J. GRESII AM, Treaa nrer Daughters of the Confederacy, and President Ilerndon Village Improve ment Society, -writes the following letter from Ilerndon, I-'airfax cxmnty, Ya.: Ilerndon, Va. The Pertina Medicine Con Columbus, O. : Gentlemen "I cannot speak too high ly of the value of Teruna. I believe that I owe my life to iu wonderful merits. I suffered -with catarrh of the bead and lunga in its worst form, until I free to women. the doctors fairly gave me np, and I de spaired of ever gettinsj well again. ' I noticed your advertisement and the splendid testimonials piren by jw -;-.! who had been en nil by Peruna, and de termined to try a bottle. I felt but little 1 tter, but used a second aad a third bottle and kept on Improving slowly. " focfr six bottles to cure ne, but they were worth a king's raasom to ne. I tslk Peruna to all my friends end act a true believer In Its worth. " Mrs. Col. E. J. Crssham. Thousands of women owe their lives to Peruna. Tens of thousands owe their health to Peruna. Hundreds of thou sands are praising Peruna in. every state in the Union. We have on file a great multitude of letters, with written per mission for use in public print, which can never be used for want of 6pace. Address The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O., for a book written espe cially for women, instructively illustra ted, entitled "Health and Beauty." Sent AHzcra tor .rizonfanj T TVf U a 13 U W U ia Ba&ing Powder THE BEST THAT CAN BE MADE STPICTLY PURE A PURE FOOD ARTICLE Honest Goods-Honest Price Home Industry life. Co. rncrvrW Tempe, Arizona CASTLE CREEK HOT SPRINGS HOTEL. cituated In the Bradshaw mountains. 1371 feet abeve sea level Is now oje-n for the winter. Finest lesoit in Ari zona. Even temperature. No winds, no dust. Hotel accommodations first-class ii. every respect. Modern plumbing. Hot water heating i!ant. KleetrU: lights, electric be-I!s. RiKiurd and pool room, bowling alley. Natural medicinal hot tpiirgs Mowing 400,000 gallons ev ery twenty-four hours. Open pools of different temperature. Fho-ver baths, needle spray, cabinet bath and plung tank under cover. Four hours' ride from Hot Springs Junction on the Santa Fe, Prescott fc Phoenix Railway in a comfortable fnur hoise coarh ev?ry daj- except Sunday. Fine road, grand scenery. W. M. SELL, Manager. Hot Springs, Ariz. YOtVO. MIDDIC r,IO tm II UtKlV. II yem r- wximl y We-nk, m mntttr f'fm br.t fftiise: ondevi loped; have Htrlctii'e. vrir(-rle. e"- , MY FEReiT VACIL'M "1 L- -A -1 . . ... . . . ... .utTmmi Ai-n.iAM r.uni cure on. No rti u. r leltT. T.b.O'O cured -Di lf- elcj d. lil DAYS' TKIAI.. bend f.r free Irfvk let. 8cni fi'u'ed. unmntee-i Write IikUj R. A. IMMtf. a STarxir Blk.. lien ver. Colo. Proper Place. I comr to i.-e." replied the naolder of i 1 riv, mister" becan the rural citizen I I n rc i: iflr n-t tic ' r . r t-i i . . I ... ... ,. " . --- i. uaj ivi riuiruc. iie na ott-r. ; .-is i.p meandered into the village editors .-v4ciit-s rn.iiiy ai.rrnnon tne ::.- i emploved lowing o.T.crrs were elected: f. .. I. Hf i t 5 Wrin Vr.ti flof ?5 I W a cool, refreshing drir.!; you don't always stop to think of its wholesomer.css that's propcr- ly attended to i.i Rainier Beer Whether yru v.-ar.t wholesomc ncss cr good flavor, you got more in this drink than ia any ether, no exceptions OLYMPIAN. President. C ftandar:?; vice-president. Helen AxteU; secretary. Mabel Ukluswortay: treasurer, Mar-ie Cain; sergeant-at-arms. F. G. Hough. PHILOMATHEAN. lre;dent, Harry Rrown; vice-rresl-dent. Harry VanNote. secrctirv. Mis M. Corbel. Presi.lnnt. Mabel Tiussell; : Ft-uffer; treasurer ALPHA. E. Shute; vice-pre?idc;it. cretary. Lem'nie Rrl Conroy .ployed as surgeon for the Grant ' on th;;t air mian-lal question." Conrtruetion crmpar.y, F. J. W. Rcv.cn. W. K. Rrown. C. M. Mullen nrd Mr. Hawley, sr.. engnged in a duck hunt yesterday with marked success. Resides numerous ducks, they get several fat young quail. A petition was circulated yesterday j B asking the government to pay the set- M tiers cn the Indian lands at McDowell for their Improvements. It was gener ally signed by Mesa people. or. thatair financial question." "You fl'Vn't make any mistake in ioral oninion," 'Tor if there is any one on earth lil:t cn firnrce it is you.-. truly. Chic a?- rcws. r-O M;:ny an Inventor develcps into a laui;hinc slock. Philadelphia Record. S "A7 VvV MKLCZEK RR IA 'A?- V Distribute 7.;o i r.ix. OS. CO., rs. Arizona. AN APPEAL MAY BE TAKEN. A decision was rendered yesterday by Justice Nielson In the case of Gran ville Riiencur vs. W. G. Colwell in favor of the plaintiff for thj amount sued f ir and costs. It is thought that an j e-ongh and it ippeal will be aken hy the defendant FROM 30UTH AFRICA. New Way of Using Chamberlain 3 Cough Remedy. BEADf ROCK ROOFING MSKAcsawarw TJta T.T VK- T MARBLE FACER0 Gfim 1 xxt-i w.Liczf ni 3 i ICS pr S5 a rs vrr -x. Fhe Longest Lived, Safest and Buildings m Cheapest Roof for all t Tii'"-'" K'K'f.njr r.re rr n-' ly alike, fytcfrt that 1 4 ' "i lir.'-ir- rt i.'r:iv 1 aal the i tti-r with c one is s'jrfacd i.-r:iv 1 :in-l the r-thT with crushed marble. Will sand any rlinate, heat, cold or storm, ivermectin winter, coolcct in summer. Non-conducting. Will not clccsy from ago nor shed 0 ravel. Guaranteed. Any workman can lay it. No repairing necessary. Rolls contain 100 sq.ft., 40ft.x32 in., including 2-in. lap. Made of 3 layers; burlap, asphaltum and gravel. SAMPLE FREE BALL WELL ATTENDED. The bill Friday night for the bn :f:t rf the basket ball pirls was well attended and about $Jj was realized, which will bo devoted ti the imfrove trrnt cf the t?am. I. O. G. T. ELECTION. The following- cflicers were elected at the last regular meetir.jr of the Good Templars: ChlcT Temjilar, Karl Iibrick; vice-Templar. Hazel Hen d; is; secretary. Mary Mullen: finan- ti.il secretary. Julia rravctt: serpeant. juvenile Templar, Sissie Archbald; m '.rshal. Karl Conrov. WILL LOCATE HERE. Frar.k Caskey, brother of Mrs. Lin coln Schenek, and her two nephews, Leonard and Carl Cosbey, came in ye-terday mcrninj? frcm Cincinnati. O., and expect to locate here permanently. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH. Sunday schorl this morning at 10 o'clock: preaching by Rev. Rowland of Phoenix at 11. and the regular ser vices in the evenir.pr. PASTOR APPOINTED. Rev. .Fields has been appointed from the north Texas conference to the M. E. church. South, at this place. PERSONAL. Dr. Blome returned from Tucson yesterday mcrninp-. and Miss Daly is expected back In the morning. The Misses Grier, Stauffer and Loss inff are spending- today with their par ents on the north' sjde. Robert Richards, Stanley Bird and Charles Standeford drove to Thoenix yesterday. At the Casa Loma yesterday were H. W. Underbill. Ix.s Angeles; J. W. Gaskill and A. E. Blackburn o." Pan Francisco. ' Misses Mather, O'Hara and Finnle of the normal faculty were visitors at Phcenlx yesterday. Messrs. Richards, ftanreford, Jones, Shute, Webb and Rerg spent yesterday in Phoenix. Mr. Arthur Chapman, writing from Durban. Natal. South Afri. a. says: "As a proof that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a cure suitable for old and young. I pen you the following: a neighbor of rrine had a child Just over two months old. It had a very bad parents did not know what to give it. I suggested that if they would g-t a bottle of Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy and fit some up on the dummy teat the baby was' suck ing it would no do'ibt cure the child. This they did and brou;ht about ti quick relief rnd cured the baby." Th'3 remedy is for rale by all druggists. HS5ESE3 -K"X-:-:i"l-l"M"M' ..-t..'..!..i.-H l I I WILL OPEN The American KftcHeti On North Center Street. November 3. Everything, Tables, Linen, Dishes, Stores, Everything New. w cr.oks here the best in tic? west. My aim will lc to conduct the cleanest and best restaurant in Arizona. Rixc3 for families and par ties. I will do all my cwn pastry work still. I want all my old friends to be at the new stand whr-n I open. Tom. formerly of the English Kitchen, will sever ail connections vith the English Kichen on Nov. 3. All bilH in 1st be presented prior to that date. Open day and niht. Ch-"p Suey for dinners. 3EC THE BEST 5 CENTS WORTH YOU EVER CAN BUY IS A LOAF OF t PHOENIX BAKERY ! BREAD We Deliver Yonr Orders. PHONE US. Jast 5- 4. If you want to repair, or build new. send for sam lli s. prices and descriptive booklet. Kemember, this is the best Hootinz you can buy. rncTCCTCD mr patents arid manufactured solely by PIONEER ROLL PAPER CO., Los Angeles, Cat. V.'e a;-o n.anufacture l;ub!H-r Flaxir.e la one and two p!7 which are . rheurwr anl lighter urai-s. N-lUU W" Ths hand of fat? is often a bob-tail flush. Philadelphia Record. o JUST WHAT YOU NEED. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. When you feel dull after eating. When you have no appetite. When you have a bad taste in the mouth. When your liver is torpid. When your bowels are constipated. When you have a headache. When you feel bilious. They will improve your appetite, cleanse and invigorate your stomach, and regulate your liver and bowels. Price 25 cents rer box. or sale by all drugpi&ts. THE VALLEY BANK OF PHOBNIX PAID TJP CAPTTA.U. tZV. SURPLUS . ts'ooo WM. CHRISTY. President. J. C, KIRK PATRICK, Vk Prilet. W. D. FITLWIRKR. Cwhler. LIX)YD B. CHRISTY. Arat. Caahler. Drafts issued on all of the important cltlua of the United States and Europ. Discount commercial paper and do a ganerel banking- business. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. D1RKCTORS: M. H. Sherman. Wm. Chrlstv, E. J. Ber.nltt. J. C. Kirkpatrick. J. S. Fifield. . D. Fulwller, Lloyd B. Christ v. Georpe D. Christy. CORRKSPOJ-'DENTS: American RxchanEe National Hank. New York; Ameri can Exchange National Bank, Chlcaeo; First National Bank, Lou Angeles; Bask of Arizona, Preacott. Arlrxjna: tha Ancl o-CaJifornla Bank. Sao Francisco Cai. PliC2?,ix Bakery and CcnfecticneryJ LDWARD lISflL, Prop. 4- 7 West Wfisfcinqton Street i Established 1881 'Phone 891 -t For the finest line of candies in town po to Harmcr. the druRisL The telephone office makes a cialty of chocok'te creams and oandis. ppe-rine WORK TO BE RESUMED. Orders have been received by Super intendent Walter Graichn' of' "Gov ernor Erodie" Bismuth property to re sume work on same. Recently Expert Linswiltz was sent "It is lucky for all cf lis," says the Emmett (Idaho) Index, "that Eve wasn't a man hater." Atchison Globe. Best Liniment on Earth. I. H. McIIany, Greenville, Tex., writes Nov. 2nd, 1900: "I had rheuma tism last winter, was down in bed six weeks; tried everything, but got r.o relief, till a friend gave me a part oJ a bottle of Ur.llard's Snow Liniment. I used it and got two more bottles. It cured me and I haven't felt any rheu matism since. I can recommend Snow Liniment to b the best liniment on wtrth for rheumatism." For rheumatic, sciatic or neuralgic pains, rub In Bal lard's Snow Liniment: you will not suffer Ion?, but will be gratified with a Mpeely and effective cure. 25e, D0c and $1.00 at Klvey & Hulett's. What has become of the old fashion ed girl who went through the streets carrying1 golf sticks? Atchison Globe. YAVAPAI Oil and Development Co. Jerome, Arizona Send for Prospectt;8 The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co, Pays 4 per cent interest on all tiine deposits Accounts mar d opened for one dollar or more, either In person J or by maJL - 4. A handsome nickel steel safe is furnished depositors free of charge. Call at the banking: offlce and learn all about our plan for making T savings pay an income. i The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, ;i00,000.(n. $ CHARLES F. AIXSWORTH. President; R. H. GREENE, Vice Prea- ? ident; FRANK AIN S WORTH, Cash!er. DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth. W. C. Foster. R. H. Oreeae, T 2 Frank Alnsworth, Harvey J. Lee. X T " 4 fjM-HMM-4W- Palm Lodge North Center Street 2 Miles in Country. Open October 15 To June 1st. Dr. U. H. Stone Superintendent. Southern Pacific System. Second to None. Chronic Diarrhoea Cured. Mr. Walter Richardson of Troutville, Va.. had an attack of .diarrhoea th-it came near ending his life. His physi cian had failed to relieve him find the disease had become chronic when he began using Chamberlain's Colic, Choi- era and Diarrhoea Remedy. It soon cured him and he now recommends' that preparation whenever an oppor- j tunity offers. For sale by all druggists. J Capital, 5100,000.00 Surplus, 50,000.00 Deposits, 6500,000.00 Ample Facilities. ' Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Emil Ganz, President. S. Obfrfelder, Cashier. Sol. Lewis, Vice-President. J. J. Sweeney, Asb'i. Cashier. Get One of Our Little Home Safes. Over $100,000,000 spent in Improve ments the past three years. Enough money to build the Panama canal. New steel bridges. Standard 80 pound steel rails. Handsome station buildings. Oil burning locomotives. Over two hundred miles of oiled track between Maricopa f.n Los Angeles and the balance under way. Round-Trip Rates to Chicago JS5.00. Kansas City JG."i.00; ,t. Louis. Memphis and New Orleans J77.00: Dc:ver. $60.00. Full information at City Ticket Oilier 22 North Center street, rhoenix, Ariz. M. O. Bicknell General Passenger Agent.