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THE AIMZOXA KEPUBLICAX, FRIDAY MOUSING, .DECEMBER 4, 1903. II
. . . n"-j- ...t i Mrs. Rosa Adams, niece of the late General Tloger Hanson, C. S. A., wants every woman to know of the wonders accomplished by Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Pear Mrs. Pijtkham : I cannot tell you with pen and ink what good Lydia lu. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did for me, suffering from the ills peculiar to the sex, extreme lassitude and that all gone feeling. I would rise from my bed in the morning feeling more tired than when I went to bed. but before I had used two bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Con: pound, I bepan to feel the buoyancy of my younger days return ing, became regular, conid do more work and not feel tired than I had ever been able to do before, so I continued to use it until I was restored to perfect health. It is indeed a boon to sick women and I heartily recommend it. Yours very truly, Mes. Rosa. Adams, 819 12th St., Louisville, Ky." few doses every week, for I find that it tones up the system and keeps me fcelinp strong, and I never have that tired out feelinp any more. "I certainly think that every woman oupht to try this grand medicine, for it would prove its worth. Yours very truly, Miss Elpie Dasfobth, 203 De Soto fc-t., Memphis, Tenn." FREE MEDTCAIi AnVTCE TO W03TEN. Don't hesitate to write to Mrs. Pinkham. She will understand J'our case perfectly, and will treat you with kindness. Her advice s free, and the address is Lynn, Mass. No woman ever regretted Imvin written ner, and she has S5000 FORFEIT " w cannot forthwith produce the original letters snd aignatares of abor teaUinoul&U, which will prore their abtnlnt genuiiienexs. Lydia K. Pinkham Med. Co., Lynn, MtH, TrWiN, I 1 rrtnk XV. Griffan, Mgr. DEATH SADDENS A HOME. The Infant Child of Mr. and Mrs. Con rad Meyers Succumbs. The Kix weeks oM babe of Mr. and Mrs. Crntad Meyers died yesterday n orr.ing at 3 o'c loc k. The funeral tiok I 1 ice yesterday afternoon from the home. Itcv. Drew having charge cf the Herviccp. The Interment" was made at tl.e I'ouMo Iiutte lemctiry. CRUSHED BY A TREE. Jean Bahcca Killed by a Falling Cot tonwood. While cutting cottonwends on the Thousands of children have rr.aJe Kinderbeasts. (ct a package of H-O and f nd out why. Here is the Giraffe. Can you do it ? H-O Th're is nothing in H-O but the absolutely m.' csary, vital, nutritious part of the oats nothing clc whatever. That is all you buy, and you get two full pounds of that. Two full pound of II-O as wc pre pare it cont.iin as mi;ch nutri ment as three pounds of any other kind cf oatmeal. . :'C?..:;VV.:.t Any women who are troubled with ir regular or painful menstruation, weak ness, lcucorrlura, displacement or ulcer ation of the womb, that bearing-down feeling-, inflammation of the ovaries, back-. ache, general debility, and nervous pros tration, should know there is one tried and true remedy, Lytlia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. No other medicine for women has received such wide-spread and unqualified indorsement. No other medicine lias such a record of femalecures. "Dear Mrs. Iikeham: I am very pleased to recommend Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege talile Compound for womb and ovarian difficul ties f rem which 1 have been a sufferer for years. It was the only medicine which was at all beneficial, and within a week after I started to use it, there was a preat change in my feeling-s and looks. I used it for a little over three months, and at the end of that time I suffered no pain at the menstrual period, nor was I troubled with those distressing pains which compelled me to po to bed, and I have not had a headache ince. This is nearly a year spo. I always keep a bottle cn hand, and take a helped thousands. Priest ranch one mile west of town Sat urday evening, a largo tree fell on one of the workmen. Inflicting injuries that resulted in his death. When the accident first occurred it was net thought serious, but Dr. Chis. H. Jones was called and found that the man had received internal injuries and later in the day he died. The Intel ment was made at the Catholic cemetery south of town. The deceased was well known here having worked for the Priest family for years. He leaves a family of four grown-children, his wife having died several years ago. LEFT FOR DENMARK. Ebb. Hjeralld left yesterday cn a trip to his home in Denmark, where he ex pects to vi.--it for a time. He says, though, that he will not be absent long and will return to T-mpe In the course of the next fev months. PERSONAL MENTION. J. E. Price and J. W. Berg were vis itors at Phoenix yesterday. Percy Smith and wife, cf Scottsdale, dined with Mr and Mrs. E. Schmidt yeeterday. John Daniels and wife and Joe Dan iels arrived here yesterday from Jack son county, Mo., and will spend the winter here. ANTHENIAN DEBATERS. "Resolved, That further annexation of territory Is not for the best interests of the American people," was the sub ject for debate hift evening. Tho affirmative speakers wers Messrs. Xcble and Leebrlck. The nega tive: Messrs. Richards and Corbell. SUNDAY SCHOOL ELECTION. Wednesday at the M. E. church, the i"gul.ir yearly election of officers for the Sunday school was held. The fol lowing officers were elected: S-'uprrint'Mideiit, T. J. Parry; assistant sMipi-rintendent. Mr. Jlildreth; secretary Kirah Cummings: treasurer, Mrs. C. ( "c'l.-cr: librarian. Mrr. Hildreth. Con niitteeH were also appointed to make arrangements for the Christmas Sunday school exercises. They are lccghln? at a man in A'., h ison. He has no ability, but he is a candidate for everything. When a bank cashier dies he applies for the job. although he knows nothing about banking. When a big railroad man re signs, he is a candidate for the posi tion, although he is not a rail road man Being a fool he thinks ho is capable of anything. Atchison Globe. IN LIVELY DOUGLAS. Good -Samar.'tzn Young Ladies Organ Ire Wendinn Clubs Other Items. f5o"!r;ar;. Dot'. 2 (Special Correspond ence) Lunch wagons are now prohib ited from doing business on the streets of Douglas, j Torn Griffin, who has tor seme time ben running a lunch wagon near th? corner of Tcntli street and II. avenue ; was on Friday f. ned $20 by Judge Jo.insoii for obstructing the streets. The oas had attracted considerable attention. beiiig regarded as a test case broujrt up, it is paid, bv the instigation of res taurant proprietors who pay rent and taxes and do not like the competition of those pay neither. The first trl.il , resulted In no verdict, the jury being (unable to agree, and the case was call ed for a second time, resulting in the above verdict. Some merchants have been placing their ware? on tables on the streets. It is said that they will be ordered to remove such tables and that the law on that point will be ria- idly enforced. The young ladies comprisine- the Fortnightly club of Douglas have, ac cording to reports, put themselves on record as being very philanthronic. At their last meeting it Is raid that thev decided to show their friendly feelin? for Douglas young men belonging to the Thirteenth club and to the Epicur ean club. With true feminine instinct they hit upon an admirable plan. Thev decided to initiate a mending bee for the benefit of the boys. A beginning is to be made on the Epicurean club, first on the list coming the young man whose name, is first in alphabetical or der and so on. Should this be done. Dr. Armstrong of the Epicurean cluo woulil be the first one entitled to have his clothes mended, and it is -ald that he is getting his raiment readv to send t to the mending bee. Both clubs are willing to, be put on record as being friendly to the Fortnightly club, which 13 composed of the young and beauti- ful ladies of this citv. furthermore, t'rey appreciate this spirit. For thev have no mothers or wives here to meij.i I their clothes, and the laundries return the ilothcs .washed but not mended. These younjt ladies are to be I'fim lr.cndsJ for their spirit and unselfish ness. They rightly thojght that thev rr.isht just as well have a club as the boys and after their cluh was started It should have a plan. Captain Tom Rynninz of the Arizona rangers was recently presented with a beautiful gold watch by the Morenci and Clifton mining companies in re cognition of his brave and effect 'vo work in connection with the recent strike at those points. The Captain is verv modest about the part he per formed duiinsr the trouble savinzthat he did not consider that he did n-.iy more than the members of his force wi.o were present. He said that they r'.id their dutv. also, and that he and ht3 men were simply representing the ter ritory of Arizona when they performed their btave act. From other sources it is learned that very few persons know what presence of mind the Captain ex hibited in that trying moment. Three f.nre:'eil Jack, a Roumanian who was the leader of the strikers, was sjr rounded bv his followers, all armed, when the rangers headed by Captain Rynning pulled his gun saying: " Iar tair. stepped up to Thrce-fingenMJ Ja k in order to arrest him. when the latter warned him away. "You can't arrest me." said he. "All I have to l- is to lift my hat, which is the siznal for blowing up the mines and concen trators, and for the slaughter of thu rangers, deputies, and other officer, ami all of the rest of the whites in town." Without a moment's hesitation Rynning pulled his gun sayging: "I ar rest you." The disturbance was thus quelled, while had tlie Captain hesitat- ed the lo-s of life and the destruction of property would undoubtedly have been something appalling. The watch is a. Waltham movement, mounted In i solid gold case with a monogram on the tack studded with diamonds. The letters T. H. R. are interwoven in a design that is a perfect beauty. Tom says he thinks he will permit his men each to wear the watch ono week, n.-i he considers his men just as deserving as he. This Three-fingered Jack had his men in fine training. They were well drilled, nine companies, two hun dred In each company. wv doVers the Country y The popularity of the ' f?riz&' ffgA Cremo Cigar has spread from ; ; ' Sii i man to man ; from town to town ; rfczjf) ; from state to state until it is -effsTr known and favored : ' 'jt0gtS& everywhere . Hg" The Largest Selling g Brand of Cigars .: '" ;. : : The Band Is the Smoker's Protection. ' ? i l n i " " " -s-r- jt, ""' 31; ;v :, ! Postmaster Cadwell is very much pleased with the progress of his 'son Ralph who Is attending the Bliss Elec trical school in Washington. He re cently received word that his son was elected president of his class and edit or of his college paper. Only last fall he went to Washington to school. He had never before been farther away from home than Tucson.' which was the: largest city he had ever seen until he went east; Italph. ' while here, held n responsible and remunerative position nonsih f nil remunerative nnsitinn with the Calumet and Arizona Mining; company. He has never had very much school training in electricty but he Is said to be a natural-born, practical ' electrician, and is anxious to get to the! very top. j What is likely to prove to be another in the long list of killings in this city i and vicinity, occured a few days aso j at Tilver creek, on the E. P. & S. W.. ' between this city and El Paso, not far! from here. Lee Glasco. a section fora- man. with 44 Winchester inflicted on n Mexican laborer inuries from which he may die. From witnesses it ao:eurn that Glapco was shooting In self-defense, the Mexican having first shot at him while he was in his own house.' Rev. I. G. Sigler, pastor or the Grace M. E. church, was treated to a surprise party one night last week. AbouMhir ty of his church members and others got up a pound party for his benefit and beside other things he was pre- sented with a gift of a pound of silver dollars by members who appreciaat his efforts in this city. The Fairview addition to Douglas is the eigth addition to the townsiteJ R. L. Hogue, a local engineer, is now making the necessary surveys. The new addition !s just north of town an 1 adjoining the suburb of tents known as 'Ragtown." It consists of eighty acres which without the space alloted fo streets makes 78 lots of one acre each. ABOUT ALHAMBRA. Neighborhood Notes From Out Grand Avenue Way. . Alhambra, Dec, 2 (Special Corre- pondence) Captain Sharp reports his good wife doing nicely at the hospital in Phoenix. Grandma has suffered much for one so far along in years and it is to be hoped that she will soon recover. A. I-'. Xye now has a very good milk route "ind takes in 25 cans of milk to the creamery each day. Alhambra is experiencing her shar- of real estate boom our valley is at present having. HI Renand bought from J. Gowett his house and six acres adjoining Mr. Rtnand's ranch for $600. He will in clude most of the land with his for stock feeding purposes and continue to rent the house. Mr. J. J. Badilla closed a deal last week with James Vestal, a recent ar rival from Ulinios. for the sale of his home' place of 12', acres. Considera tion J1310. Last Wednesday John Harbert deed ed to C. O. Clay, late of Denver, tho 6 acre tract and house occupied at present by W. e;. Percy. Mr. Clay will clear the tract and r'it it in. alfalfa and vegetables and will build an addi tion to the house. He will then take vnto himself a wife and move onto the place thereby making our burg another family On Friday evening next the Al hambra school will render a musical and literary programme, followed by a basket social to which all are cor dially invited. Admission is free, ladies to bring well filled lunch bas kets, and the gentlemen to bring their girls and pocket books. McKee's cash store will furni.-h their celebrated Ankola coffee which will bo served free to all present. The public sale yesterday at Mr. Gray's ranch east of Alhambra was well attended, nearly everything selling well considering the stringency of money at present. Miss Bessie Rupe of Phoenix spent Friday and Saturday visiting Mis Vena Earle at the station. Mrs. Harovitz and her niece Miss May Malleny have botti been confined to their home of late with severe colds but are reported convalescent ' now. Miss (Mae Harbert visited over Sun day with Mx. Kofman and family of Phoenix. Wm. Clark suffered a very painful accident at his ranch west of here last week. A 'broncho mule after being roped started to run and in some way Mr. Clark got his thumb in a knot of the rope and it was pulled oft at the fit st' joint. The doctor fixed it up but Mr. Clark says he has suffered much and it may be some time before he la again able to use his hand. Miss. Jessie Gibb of Brainard. Minn.. ; arrived here last Monday and will I spend part of the winter in the valley, Miss Gibbs holds the position of Prin- : Aiiss C hhs hn ds the ru-isirinn nf Prln. cipal in the public schools of B.ainard and 13 taking a vacation after several years of teaching. She notes manv In- teresting differences here from those of her northern home, principally a change from enow and ice to dryness and sunshine, Miss Gibbs will visit with Mr. and Mrs. V. a. Percy, former school- mates. ' ; In an interview yesterday with ojr be friend Colonel Lassinrr he ' related his experience in foil- I in an attempt to held 11UIU 1)1111 U J him up one night recently en route home with a load of honey from Peoria. At a point Just east of the Smith ranch, now- occupied by Mr. Jack, four men were met walking on the railroad, one ran down the embankment to Lassing's wagon while the other three closed in behind. Fortunately Mr. Lassing had carried a shot gun along to shoot quail along the road and he simply j swung it from the wagon seat upon tne approacning man. it is needies.-s to say he stopped, rubbed his hands and asked for a match. The rest of the party took the hint and disaD - peared. TE 'NOUVEAU ART" GIRL And here is another pretty girL Is there an open screen in the house, an impossible thing, with a dark back ground, a rickety frame, a creaky hinge and a weak back? wludodrh r gfl wmi she strengthen the back with heavy brown wrapping paper, the sort that groceis used to use, with little specks in it ' that looked good enough to eat. j She will take this paper and paper ir.e cacK. ana men, wun raciie Drusn. she will place streaks of gold and red paint all over It. &he will put them on in queer ways so that the tack of the screen looks as if it were out in golden snowstorm. And in the middle she will pafnt a girl's figure. The noveau art girl rttns to women and animals and roses, the three lovely things of earth. On the face of the screen she will work still stranger miracles. Th". hinge she will remove and replace it with one that looks as though .'t month enre yon see advertised in the papers, some doing me a little, others n might have held a barn door. It will, food at nil. My finances finally comnelled me to five them ). and lurkily o. be verv laree verv hrassv and will look day 1n August, l-st year. I saw an ari-le on "The Hoff Cure." 1 ord r.1 h. i,e ery large, ery Drassy ana will Iook bo)t ,,t once and have used it ever n -e. I do not want to sav that I rnn the better the odcer it is. crrrri. bvt I know the medicine he ps m , for I have never felt so well rt-ce t v As to the frame work, that is easily jye.xis as I do now, and attribute my improvement of health mostly to the Heft" fixed, with a few brass ornaments nut c,!rf.- . . , ,. , , j , . . , ., . . , 1 .vrjodv nfferlrg with lung trouble will do well to write for your lojic- on as though they belong on, not as iPt. whih telli vou all and the cure o-ilv cos's .( tx r month. though they were put there to keep the screeen from actually falling apart. And, then, the nciveau girl will do the proudest work of all. She will cut ftTit ti Innff fimVirntHdrv ncorllr. wltl, ; long golden thread. With tnis lone . . . needle and this golden thread she wlil work an animal, a great sprawliivr thing with wings and legs, for all the j wi rid like the winged and legged animal which you see every day. A girl took an old family screen th other day. a screen that had done duty in the houo for ever so long and made it into a family Christmas present. She took it off with her, up to the attic and kept It there two weeks. Many were the excursions she .made up there sometime carryinga pet ofpaint. sometimes a little varnish, sometimes ' a brass hinge and a hammer and som- though short, were greatly dislocated. Sometimes when she went up th" attic stairs she looked like a ralnbow. for her shoulders were covered with threads of ail kinds, blue and red anil yellow with gold threads hanging from all, like the gold at the end of the rain bow. But at last all was finished an. then came the removal to the iar! and the afternoon tea to introduce the screen to family society. "What may it be?" asked someone, looking at the anhftal unon the front. "It Is a bird." said she. "a" new ar bird that looks all goldy in the sun." Consumption's Positive Cure. American Soreaa Accomplishing in This Country What Prof. Hoff Does in Vienna. ' saym" of 1 ives perhaps the life of t'lC sui i -p . . p a- 'V, i f or centime? consumption nas oceii I . w. ..... .-. ... .... Poelal ; Might has'liecn placed on the I known io bo 'uffcTOr.O TllCV were regarded with chagrin and with feir ;r,inA f fv Imt'rnMom b,- I-w; 5n b tI.I wrwM.1 vj. j;uj j Wilt J.V-V.il- IV.UV t cv J', i H ic I 1(1 i. " prove that the disease i? both preventable and curable and that it i not inherited but contracted. This ensue?' more readily if the body hi? been undermined by a cough or a persistent cold. No war has ever devastated a population as have the ravages of con sumption. Mere people die from this disease than from all other kn v. n diseases combined. Is it to be wcnlcTod that when a cure is effetti d '.n ;a community where the victim was cr,rorlj lil.-o rrt o Twl .-fcliaf TT-f ,.,., , , . . - crerui n deserves: xno lenna pio:esor is virtually saving a lives as though he averted the most Hundreds end thousands of lives simple precepts of Prof. Adolph Hoff. Since the return of Fred rick Tramnirtrin, the Xt-r Yrrk Tn sumptive -cut to Vienna as a test case bv the Sew York Amc?:ic n nn.l Journal, hi positive cure has led to the establishment of an Am.rYa-t ' Bureau f.r the ditributicn of th? and for the einiinj Out, tree of ost, rules and ic'zulatimi f r the . 1)enefit rf sufferer an(i'for the ... ,, ,. , - , Pvlth the foninipt ve patient. homo phy.sicims and pome scientists of international reputation. h?.d they made the discovery which fell to Prof. TIoITs let, would have kep the priceless prescription and built up an immen; fortune. In-tead t f this gr.isping course, Trof. Hoff nuintained that the discovery belontrctl to liunTilnity that the poor as well as the rich were entitled to es'a: from the ravajres of tube cnl"P;s. and for this reason the American Bureau was established at Thirl Avenue and Tenth Street, New York, where the nrescrintion 'sn?erlTv omnennded bv oualifie-d chemist a m iv obtai for value of the value of thCdru?, and the w..rk of cemjjounumg. insieaet ox enprjing .iu io Hiivo, omy cn? iiomr i' charged. ........ For the convenience o people fnicte from New York the well rn 1 favorably known firm of Ben. L. Bear have incn sclecteil to supp'v tb remeily. Hie triangular tradrm :,rk of 'Vic' American Bureau rf t' Frcf. Iloff's Cure for Oonsump ion mut b? on the laliel and t hi - the guarantee to the purchaser that it is the evict prescription u-c I b Prof. Hoff at Vienna and that it is the medicine that his brirj.t about result here quoted: American Bureau, Bendiner & Bchlef lng-r. Third Avenue and 10 th S roc. X. Y. : Gentlemen Although you ' have ' re e- asked me for a testimonial st!lT I fln-i it rc.y duty to let those who Hurler fion lung troubles know what the Hoi' Cure haa none for me. 1 had lung trou lie ever since spr'.ng, lS'ri. In l''l I h.1 mself examined by a very prbminT.t -.lector, who ct that time told me Ihii tluTe waa a piere missing of my right Iu.ik. Tnd that I had tuberculosis th r . but wr.nted to make me believe that it tnrl healed, but I knew better, i'nr If I ever lid it. I hflo"it thru, nnrl sinrp thi I !iav. tiwl nlmnut .vprv ST.'i.i m. I remain your grateful pa'l:nt, CilAS. TITB1CR, Box U, West V. .. la. In this twentieth century miracles arr not common. Read this: American Bureau, B.ndiner & Scbltjsinrer, Third Avenue and 10 th Street, jc. Y : Gentlemen- I'lca?e let me rrla'e to ,vou wl.nt your wonderful cur" ha Ion i ffor US. 1 first saw the announeemen' i rr jcreatesf confidence in the remedy. 1 ws iw'tii mv luntrs. so I sent to "on and nur Conrumntion. It is a m'racie what thp the first bottle I felt l.ke a npw I I stopped, for I believe 1 am curel. Xow, the most remarkable cae Is t-t rcl t what I b".ve experienced. One of my sls'ers was stricken "itv that awful l s ease. arH last fall she had to rive up arid took to her bed. The lx-t p'iy?i: an In this town afended her and she just kc-i't getting worse. He sail lic col I not live nvich longer, so I called to hr and told her to !t my hnslai-t and I try the Hoff Cure on her and discontinue the doctor's visits. Tb;s sb corFen'e'1 to and before she bad used oe lot! ws bi. to vlk a'l through t-e hou". an'' now she Is much stouter than she has Ixcn for to years, snd Is s'ill taking the treatme.i. Mv bustand snd I are thankful to you for saving her life. At we rnir-h-s-all of the HofT cure Nm you, I wou'd b elad If you could send me at least hlf a "o7.en of vour booklets, as I have so many cplls tor them, and have givri out all T ha! Very rsspectfully, MRS N. M. VIItNKR, 19 S. Wash. St.. Staunton. Va. Professor HofT desires his cure tn lie in the hands nf.evcry sufTervr. It i? humanity's medicine. The prescript icn is oompotindwl in accord ince with Pi'i;f. Iloff's directions tanl sent ouf hv the Aemericnn Rurcr.i at Third Avenue and 10th Street, New York, at $1.00 per Jn'e. To c: renter crnvenienee the remedy may he had at the same price from the well and favorably known firm mentioned below. Tho triangular trade mark of the American, r.ureau of Prfcs-o-Hoff's Cure must he on the label, and this is the guarantee in the pur chaser that it is the exact prescription used by Prof. HofT at Vienu-j. A 64-page book, ccr'iininp; complete descriptive treatire m the Professor HofT Cure, a irl accurate r-'ports of several hund red ce"r", i? mailed free on application or may be obtained by railing at these well known druggists'. IM!'OI:TANT. Other Hoff cures not trade mark arc not the authentic prepantion authorized by the American Bureau. you can obtain the cenulne Hoff Cure at most drug stores. The Treat bodv of honorable druggists do : not stoop to substi tution bv sellinr' sometbtne ".Inst as profit tc them. The genuine Hoff cure of the well-known druggists. t For sale by The Most for Your Money. That is what you want That is what you get you take the Rock Island. It is the shortest of all lines from Southern Arizona to Kansas City and Chi cago, the only line that takes you through with out change of cars. Ask nearest Southern Pacific ticket office for full information, or write H. F. COX, General Agent, 1 Paso, Tex. Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given as soon as the child be comes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack. It never fails, and is pleasant and safe to take. Prof. Adolph Hoff of Vienna ha triumphed. Jn the year to which wireless telegraphy, the sucs-ful submarine beat, and other inven tion are credited which an1 to revolutionize many feature? of life, Prof. Hoff takes rank as leader. II is' the discovery . which mean? llie pport of the family. wn ii.ui'm r .... v - unfortunate? a? fOOTi a? thev WCT- looked urxin as doomed that the nors lTrt(T-? 1 ' r. ti nt i ATI rrivi.n t Vl I . . . . , . I11J II cruel war ever waged have been saved hv following tho properly compounded preciipti n protection of those' vrlio are in tonf.ct 1 in the New 1 ork Journal. anr I h&! t e In n ver;' bad condition at th it tlm- chaed a battle of Prof. Hoti's ('jf f medicine did for me. Before I tin! ii- eron. and when I had taken two hot ! bearing this triangular pood that means more can always be procured BEN L. BEAR.