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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICM MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBEC 24, 1300
NEW STRENGTH FOR OLD BACKS When past middle age, there comes a noticeable weakening of the organs of the body, and the danger of Quick decline. It Is iuite necessary to give prompt help to any part that first shows signs of wear. Healthy kidneys mean a hale old age. Weak kidneys bring constant back ache, lame back, stitches and twinges of pain, annoying urinary troubles, and the danger of diabetes or Bright's dis ease. There is likely to be a loss of albumen and a gain of uric-" acid and other poisons, with loss of flesh, vigor and nervous force. Doan's Kidney Pills bring quick help to sick kidneys, and are entirely free from poisonous drugs; it is remedy that can be taken "by young or old, weak or strong, and in every case with prompt benefit. If you have backache, lame or weak back, quick pains when stooping or lifting; if you are tired and nervous, have headache, dizzy spells, watery swellings under the eyes or around the ankles, rheumatic or neuralgic pain, Picture TeUs n Story" gravel, scalding urine, too frequent passages, sandy or stringy sediment in the urine, scanty or discolered urine, or passages at night, be sure your kid neys need attention. Doan's Kidney' PilliTis the best medi cine to use. It has cured thousands and will cure you. AN ATTORNEY'S PRAISE. R. D. Ferguson, attorney, with an office in the Century building, Tucson, Ariz., says: "For a number of years I was greatly annoyed with kidney complaint. There was a little back ache, the principal symptoms being too frequent action of the kidney secre tions, especially observable at night. Doan's Kidney Pills were brought to my attention and one day I got a box. The first day's treatment convinced me that they were going to the root of the trouble and I continued until I had fin ished four boxes. I am not prepared to say that I am permanently cured, but this is an undoubted fact. Doan's Kidney Pills are the best remedy I ever used. They gave me immediate relief, are pleasant to take, leave no bad ef fects, and act directly upon the kidneys. I am pleased to recommend them to my friends and the public generally." THE WILSON D1STSICT The Return of Residents From Their Summer Vacations. I 'DOAN'S .KIBNEY PILLS I Sold by all dealers. Price so cents. Fostkr-Milsurn Co., Buffalo, N.Y., Proprietors. J? S. A. HARVEST FESTIVAL. Have you ever heard of a poor, trou bled, sorrowful, perplexed, hopeless man or woman appealing fruitlessly to the Salvation Army? Do you know that something like 3,000,000 just such people are upheld by this wonderful or ganization? Do you know that in twenty-three different homes fallen women are each year restored by the score to honor and a life of useful pur ity? Do you know that in three differ ent havens little children, all the way from nursing babes to sturdy boys and girls, are being succored Do you know that scattered over the country are seventy-eight shelters in which nightly some 9,000 homeless.- often hopeless, men or women are cared for? Do you know' that these institutions represent but a mere fraction of the charitable work successfully carried on by the Salvation Army in the United States? How is this enormous expense to be met? Fools and ignorant know-alls will perhaps explain to you that, the army is in and of itself a sort of American Beauty Corsets "Dainty as the Rose" This popular line comprises the best styles and qualities as fo' lows: Child's waists 25c, missees' waists 50c, misses' corsets and gir dles 50c, 75c and $1.00. Ladies' corsets and girdles styles inclutl; French shapes, nursing, taperin waists, extended hips, straight fronts and all shapes to meet the popular call. Prices range from 50c to $2 pair. GERARD BROTHERS Dry Goods and Notions Phone Main 394 42 V. Washington Street bonanza class-corporation, and of a truth it would needs be if out of its own resources it carried on the stu pendous undertaking it dares. But the intelligent man or woman of today knows too well the Salvation Army under too many conditions. " and through too many seasons to listeu to such folly. The army just now is making a spe cial effort to raise funds, and they are asking for not not only cash but ar ticles that can be converted into cash. Xo religious organization of history has depended more fully upon the good offices and charitable warmth of The public than the Salvation Army, llap- J pily we are not an ungrateful people. nor a people slow to realize or appre--ciate great deeds. That is why we have a right to feel a sincere interest in ev- erything the Salvation Army under- t takes 9nH th:lt is: -Viv wti n 11 nrux- tol-o an interest in the army's approaching annual harvest festival, September 29th and 30. Anything and everything of any ac tual utility may be given as an offering at this festival, for what may riot be locally useful may be of high practical value in less favored parts the army's national field. There is, in fact, a say ing, humorous, but true, that the Salvation Afmy can find good use both for people and things that no other body in creation would consider. Remember the dates, and remember the cause to be furthered; be generous and you will nurse no regrets. o A difference between husband and wife is less dangerous than indiffer ence. Chicago New s. Wilson District, Sept. 22. (Special correspondence of The Republican.) Wm. Campbell returned from a two months' visit at his old home in Mem phis. Term. Airs. Charles Champie and two small children returned from Crown King. Arizona, where they have been visit ing a married daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Belt Fine returned from their summer vacation which was spent -on the coast. Mr. Fine is look ing well. Miss Alma Harris, our primary teacher, will board at Mrs. Wilson's during the school term. There are two approaching weddings in this neighborhood. Mr. Ge. Wilcox and two sons were looking after their property Sunday. .Ellison Wilson is expected hom-j from California this week.. Fred Tait has alded another im provement to his ranch by putting up u windmill. Mrs. Shawley. who has been living on the Miner place has been quite ill Kdward I.afever is building a mod ern four-room brick house on his place. Grace Kohl will start October 1st to the Arizona school of music. The western half of Mr. Cage's place which was sold to a real estate agent, is being repaired. Mexicans are plas tering the house and digging a well. Miss Chambers will return the first of October from Prescott, where she has held a position with the Walter Hill Co. Jim Black has a new buggy and wears a smile that won't come off. Now Jim is looking for a neat little girl. He says she must be pretty. 'Twas a very pleasant day and the birds ere singing gay. When two lovers strolled along tho Tempe road; Xow his heart was full of love, in his buggy was his dove. In earthly paradise was his abode. He said, "Xow, dear, I love you and if you'll go with me, Give me a kiss before we reach yon der willow tree; Her head fell on his shoulder, she gazed into his eyes. His arm went slipping 'round her waist; he'd captured his fair prize. His love was running on so smooth, she's listening just to him, It also reached the ears of boys who d come to take a swim; He placed her ruby lips to his and smack there went a kiss. Just then the boys gave out a yell and then they whispered. Ah: As screamingly she said to him, "Our neighbors, they'll tell pa." o : A comfort Stout being cross-eyed is a man can look at a pretty girl without her wanting to yell for the police. Xew York Press. o If money talks the miser's cash must be tongue-tied Chicago News. o In some boarding houses it is a rare thing to have things well done. Chi cago News. Grand Canyon Petrified Forest 1 III Utlr ' "The Switch Backs" Las Yegas Hot Sp's Pike's Peak Indian Reservations H THE "EXCURSION" LINE Low Rates ILverwIhieire ileal Meals "Harvey" W. S. GOLD5WORTHY General Age R.-N. MOUTIER. nt C. P. CQ, T. A. OP LOCAL, i M INTEREST r in rn-fWTnmii m u'JJ ijwl. , Itt i ARIZONA SHEEP The only repre sentative sales of sheep reported in the Kansas City market last week were those of Arizona lambs shipped by Gosney & Co.. of Flagstaff. The: ere more than 2()J0 of them and they brought from $7.50 and $7.60. A WATERMELON FEAST The lo cal lodge of Rathbone Sisters waa treated to a watermelon feast Satur day night following a meeting of the lodge the host being J. H. Langston. He brought from his place in the coun try a whole wagon load of melons. AN ORE CRUSHER Ores and Met als, a Denver mining paper, speaks as follows of an invention placed on the market by a Phoenix man: " Apower driven gravity muller for use of as sayers and others who have ore sam ples to pulverize quickly and carefully is manufactured and sold by the in ventor, J. Q. A. King of Phoenix, Ari zona. One of these machines is in use in the office of Henry K. Wood of Denver, and Mr. Wood speaks highly of its efficiency and economy. DETOURED TRAVEL Main line Santa Fe trains have for several days been delayed on account of floods in California above Los Angeles and floods in Kansas. Many of the trains were run west by using the Rocl: Island tracks as far as El Paso then over to the Santa Fe by way of-Dem-ing. Yesterday morning the Diamond Jo connected with Xo. 1 westbound and Xo. 2 eastbound and the Daylight Express brought the passengers ar riving from the east and west on trains Xo. 3 and S. The travel on th? main line is heavy for this season of the year and the travel into Phoenix is beginning to show a decided in crease. CROOKED WORK CHARGED James Harer, a young man who was brought up in the Buckeye country, was lodged in jail yesterday on a very ugly charge. Some time in August a man came to Phoenix and at the Val ley Pride creamery presented to W. C. Dawes a note bearing the alleged sig nature of W. R. Beloat. a rancher in the west end, requesting Mr. Dawes to pay to T. C. Simpson the sum of $33, the man presenting the note assuming to be Simpson. Mr. Dawes gave hiri a check which he later cashed at the Capitol . saloon w here he was engaged in bucking the tiger. Saturday Mr. Dawes met Mr. Beloat and told him of the incident, Mr. Beloat then hearing of it for the first time and saying he had given no such order. Suspicion fell upon Harer and together they hunted him up and Mr. Dawes identi fied him as the so-called Simpson. It is reported also that he cashed anoth er check for a larger amount some where in the city but the details were not learned yesterday or whose name was signed to it. FOR OVPTK tJTXTY TEARS. Mrs. Winslow's Soothfnif cyrup Tias teen used for children teething-. It eoothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cires wind colic, and is the liest remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. SECESSION IS RIFE IN GILA CO. TOWNS Christmas and WioKIcman Want Annexation to Pinal. It will come as news to a great many people in Globe that there is a move ment on foot in the southwestern end of Gila county to secede from present political connections and ask the legis lature to hitch that section onto Pinal county, says the Globe Telegram. Residents of both Christmas and WinkeUnan precincts contend that they are denied proper police protection by the authorities of Gila county, and that in matters of government in which they are vitally interested the supervisors of this county have ignored them. In consequence, a meeting was held at Christmas last Saturday night as was discovered vby a telegram repre sentative just returned from there at which the matter was thoroughly dis cussed and the resolution above stated agreed to. More than this. Thomas F. Weed in of the Florence Blade, who was called to attend the meeting, was au thorized, in behalf of the residents of the two precincts, to take what steps might be deemed necessary to separate these two precincts from Gila county and tack them back on to Pinal. The trouble originally dates back several months, to the time when a pe tition was presented the supervisors of this county from residents of Christ mas, asking the board to call a local option election. The petition not hav ing fifty signatures, nothing was done by the board in the matter. But after ward this defect this remedied, when a petition with the required number of names attached was presented. Under the law it then became mandatory up on the board to call the election. But nothing was done, the Christmas peo ple allege. The complaint of the people of Winkelman is even more serious. They demanded the appointment of precinct officers, so they can get better police protection. In illustration a well known resident of Winkelman recited an instance that occurred on the 16th inst. A man claiming to be a deputy sheriff, who is a Mexican, had arrested another Mex ican for disturbing the peace, and pro ceeded with him to the railroad to lock him up in a box car over night. On the way he shot the prisoner. The of ficer claimed that the man had tried to draw a gun. Xo gun was found upon the man later, and upon examination of the wound, which was in the lower abdomen, afterward, it was found badly powder burned, showing that the pistol of the officer was almost against the dead man when it was discharged. Xow, the officer may have been hon est in his opinion that he was in dan ger when he fired his gun, but never theless the incident has created con siderable adverse comment in that sec tion. As the people there claim, it il lustrates the need of a constable and a justice of the peace who are the choice of the people there. I I ...... ,. .... .. 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