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, THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAX, FRIDAY MORMXft, JANUARY 31, 1908.
A fAREWELL RECEPTION KELVIN SUNDAY SCHOOL Pleasing Ceremonies on Eve of De parture of Prominent Residents of the Camp. This Advertisement Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is to remind yon of its great merit as a blood purilier, appetite giver, and as a nerve, stomach and di gestive tonic. Nothing else like it, no other has so good a record, no other will do you I ,so mucu good, it cures. i j Scrofula 16 Years-" Hood's Sarsapa- ! rilla Las cured me of scrofula, with which I j have been troubled for 16 years. My little 1 daughter had a scrofula swelling on her neck I and Hood's Sarsaparilla aNo cured her." j Mrs. U. Mokkis, Annamlale, Minnesota. I Dyspepsia - " 1 was troubled for j months with dyspepsia and could not eat I anything without distress. I began taking j Hood's Sarsaparilla and was soon improv ing. 1 took it steadily until 1 was cured." , Lil IMA .Ul'mifcELKK. Aluul. Mass. 1 1 i Rheumatism "I whs ev-rptr nfftirtpri with rheumatism, my knees lisdly swollen. Hood's Sarsaparilla helped n.p after other medicines failed and it has lengthened my life." Jkssik Kili.mek. Middle (irove. N. V. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold everywhere. In the usual liquid, or in tablet form called SarsatabS. 100 Doses One Hollar. Pre pared only by C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. Kelvin. Jan. 27. (Special Correspon dence of Tito Republican.) The Kelvin Sabbath school and residents of Kelvin tendered a farewell reieption to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gordon and Mrs. F. L. Price at the Staff house of the Kay Copper company on Saturday evening January 2;th; the occasion being their departure irom Kelvin after a resi dent; here of sevtn years. Mr. Gordon lias been connected with the Kay Cop per company while his estimable wife and her mother. Mrs. F. L. Price, have contributed a great deal to the social life of Kelvin. Mrs. Price has been the superintendent of the Sabbath school lor some years past while tin- doors of their commodious home have been thrown open for Christmas entertain ments and on many other occasions. Tli".v will be sadly missed. The following entertaining program was presented under the capable man agement of Mrs. J. I. Coleman and Mrs. K. W. Phillips: Song, "Stepping in the Light," Sab bath school. Kecitation, "Goblins will catch you if ou don't watch out." Miss Muriel .Ncedham. Duet. "School Days." Miss Buelah Williams and Miss Venola Marquis. Kecitation. "Shrewd Simon Short S"ld Shoes." W. H. Maruuis. Sold. "Sinir- Mo tit Slo. ii" Mrs V ILuenscheer. Solo, "California," Miss Venola Mar Htis. Kecitation. "A Neglected Dolly," little Anna Ifuth Piper. Solo. "Take It to the Lord in Pray er." A. hi Bruce. 'Kecitation. "The Organ Builder." Mrs. C. M. Gordon. Sol-1. "II envy Boy," Miss Buclah Williams. S S3 Solo, "The Nightingale," C. M. Gor don. Sons, "Jesus Wants Mb For a Sun beam." Sabbath school. At the ".inclusion of the song thciM fin.i ,,;., ,.r ..,iri,, Mt, .i, ,..i school scholars remained j intestinal troubles. Its success everv- ARIZONA SCHOOL OP Hi! last night to which everybody was in- i vited. There was a large crowd pres- 1 ent and all had the time of their fives, i It was certainly a treat to the men I folks to have the girls kneel at their j feet and ask them to dance. Mrs. 1 Peirson and Mrs. Schilling are to bo congratulated on the good management of the affair and we all trust that they ! will soon have anofther party. j o NEW CURE FOR STOMACH. The Larson Drug Co. Give Their Readers a Chance to Try It. Druggists do not often guarantee i anything. ! Put the Larson Drug Co. assure i persons suffering from distressing in- , digestion that they can surely be re- j licved. i Since nobody knows when, people have suffered from indigestion, sick j headaches, bloating. di;:zy spells, dis- j tress' after eating, sleeplessness, and ; many other symptoms of stomach : trouble, and have found the usual I remedies powerless. I At last a prescription called Mi-o-na stomach tablets is offered to the mcd ical profession ami general public as bn 1st 5 Greatest Musical Event of the Year. The appearance of the Worlds Famous Violinist JAN Seats Now on Sale at the Adams Pharmacy ySabbath standing while N . II. Marquis in a ! chosen and eloquent words, paid a tribute to the good work accomplished by Mrs. Price as superintendent of til-' Kelvin Sabbath school, assuring her that siie would carry away with her tin best v. ishes of those assembled and ndudod Ills remarks with the pres entation in the name of the scholars and their larcn.tK, of a beautiful silver !'ing cup, suitably engraved as a tok- n of esteem and appreciation. Mrs. I'rioe responded expressing her thanks iiid toIJ of the pleasure she had taken in tip- work. The Kev. Mr. Hymbaugh then made a few fitting remarks on Sabbath school work. K' freshments were then served and after a social hour was spent, the com I any dispersed to their homes. Mrs. Price and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon It on Monday for Mrs. Price's home in hcvine, Texas. A host of the friends ere at the deixit to bid them farewell. 'iptain Dudley who has been in ill. :ge of the army corps camped here has b"en recalled to his fort, in Idaho ami First Lieutenant Weiser is now in ommand. Lieutenant ""Weiser has just come from the Philippines and brought with him a Filipino boy named Ausustin-", who behaves himself in a very soldiery lashion. Fred Adams of Florence, who has been in Kelvin for a short time con tracted thf eyrsipolas a few days ago. He was not getting any better here and he has returned to his home. Harry Cells of Kelvin has been sick the last few days but his many friends are glad to see him around 'again. Mrs. George Peirson and Mrs. Schil ling of Kay gave a Leap Year party has made it, in the last few the acknowledged specific it is where yea rs. today. Strengthen the whole digestive sys tem with Mi-o-na. and you will soon find that the stomach and bowels do their work as they should. There will be no distress after eating, and no Heed of physic. The Larson Drug Co. have so much faith in the power of Mi-o-na to cure stomach ills that they give a guaran tee with every .""-cent box to refund the money If the remedy fails to cure. I 1 tner- mBEB&HBmnBSniBBHBlBlBBaHBag THE MONEY VALUE OF KUBELIK'S HANDS even if he breaks The Violinist Has Placed a Great Sum of Insurance Against Accident. The Kubelik conceit Saturdav even ing at the Arizona School of Music, is fortune in his hand them. The music lovers of this city will liavc a splendid opportunity not only to see these wonderful hands, valued so highly, but to hear the most won derful music y.-t drawn from a violin in this countri. i Tickets are on sale at the Adams hotel id'iartnacy. COMPANY ELEC1I0NS IN NATIONAL GUARD FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS attracting great enthusiasm in the clt. j (1K,.d for chl!iren teething. It soothes ! This season he comes to America I the child, softens the gums, allays all I .,,.:. ...II,. it, .,, .. v.... ivfurn I Pain, cures wind colic, and is the best . . . ' . I " ' remedy for Diarrhoea. Twinty-five satisfying his audiences belter, secur- j cpnts a bottle. ing more praise from the critics and j Guaranteed undpr the food and drusrs stip playing to larger houses and with j act, June 30th. 1906. Serial number HUtS. his hands insured fr ?S5. ! That means Tt-'.u ,n each hand. It HOME COOKED FOOD ,,f iiij iMrors -in. I ne mines oi ine rust r.. cnurcn General Orders, Special Orders and Circular Letter Promulgated by the Acting Adjutant. means that each valued at JV.'iHii. thumbs included. That ill hold a sale of cooked f"iod in the rise in finge So you see. of isr.nii per fin- church parlors next Friday afternoon. Jan Kubelik has a i ITCHING C FIFTV-FiVE YEARS Suffered Torments from Birth Boils Formed as Big as Walnuts In Frightful Condition and Could Hardly Work -Tried All Kinds of Remedies to No Ava.il At Last WHOLLY CURED IN 8 MONTHS BY CUTICURA By order of the governor. .las. II. j M'-Chntock. colunel of the First infan- try and acting adjutant general, has j issued general orders Xo. 1, circular I Xo. 1 and four special orders. The circular reproduces the text of i a letter from the war department to the governor, the substance of which ' has heretofore been printed in thusc j columns, reciting the method by which members of the national guard may se cure commissions as second lieutenant 1 i in the regular establishment after passing certain examinations. It an- i pounces that the necessary instructions j have been furnished all troop and com- i pany commanders to whom the j. guardsmen interested may apply for information. i General order Xo. I announces the j i acceptance of the resignations of Cap- 1 1, j tain V. A. Campbell and First Lieu- j 4 j tenant A. C. Hochdcrffcr of Company j j I, Flagstaff made necessary by their I continued absence from the station, and the resignation of First Lieutenant I Jim Polhamus of Company H, Yuma. I Other paragraphs of the order are ! as follows: I A territorial rifle practice competi J tion will be held at Camp I'.rodie, late I in July to choose the membership of a j team that will represent Arizona at the ' Xational com peit.it ion at Camp Perry, Ohio, August 24, limS. It is argued that all possible preparation be made to attain proficiency in rifle practice within the Guard, to the end that the territory may secure higher standing than that of last year. A battalion of infantry will this year participate in a camp to be held at Xacimientos Ranch, in Monterey Caun ty, California, October 16-31. in con- I junction with troops of the regular army and with organizations of the I Xational Guard from the Pacific coast states. It is probable that this will be j preceeded by a short camp of instruc tion at a central Arizona point. All subdivision commanders who have not rendered returns of ordnance and ipjartermaKter stores to regiment al headquarters will do so at once. Requisitions will be made upon this office, not later than February 13, 108. for all uniforms required, in blue and khaki. If possible, these requisitions List of Property for sale. beginning at 2 o'clock. All who can contribute to this sale in the way of home Hindu bread, cake, salad, baked beans, etc., are earnestly urged to do so. Trosper Bardone, commission chant, 19 South Center St FARMERS LISTEN Highest spot cash I pay for your useless truck, such as Bottles, Old Rubber, Copper, Brass and General Junk. - Get the nionev. See me now. S. BACKAL, Arizona Bottle, Metal and Junk Co. IS South Fifth St. Phoenix. Ariz. Estate J. Ernest Walker, Bankrupt COUNTY PROPERTY. 3.'0 acres, north half section 20, 3 north. 2 east. 40 acres of southeast 'J of southeast of section 33, 3 north. 1 east. 80 acres, cast half of the southeast VIOLIN LESSONS 1 At Prof. Fountain's Music Store. All ' the latest songs. f INVERTED OAS LAMPS SELECT MEATS Hard times or no hard times local option or no local option are burning questions. But the BURNING QUESTION is do you get sat isfaction with the meat yiu buy? Our meats make happy meals. J. CO. Phone Main 217. E. STURGEON & INDEPENDENT MARKET 1-3 West Washington St. if "I had an itching, tormenting eczema ever since I came into the world, and I am now a man fifty-five years old. I tried all kinds of medicines 1 heard of, but found no relief. I was truly in a frightful condition. At last my blood was so bad that I broke out all'over with red and white lioils, which kept growing until they were as big as wal nuts, causing great pain and misery. I thought they would take the frkin off my whole body, but 1 kept f rom scratch ing as well as I could. I was so run down that I could hardly do my work. Mr. Nelson l. Hurnett" recommended the ne of C.iticura Hemedies, telling nw he was confident they would lienefit and, in time, cure me. I used the C'uti eiira Soan. Ointment. Resolvent, and I Ills for about eight months, and 1 can .:,, ,.,.,.,.. v nunrterniMster returns. i.r..u.. T . 1 1 ,...,l;,.o.. 1 J 1 Special order N'o. 1 directs the hold- r ! truthfully say I am cured. I cordially rec itnmond Cutieiira Remedies to all who arc afflicted the same as I was. lie lievini that, if they will use them n-'eording to directions, they will find th'-m all tliv are represented to lie. Any on doubting the truth of thealiove can write to Mr. Hurnett. who will cherr full vouch for mv statements. "Hale Bordwcll." R. F. 1). 3. Cedar Corners, Tipton, la., Aug. 17, 1!07." "I cheerfully endorse the above tes timonial. It is the truth. I know Mr. Bordwojj and know the condition he was in. He nl'ver tires of praising the Cutieiira Remedies. "N--on K. Burnett, Tipton, la." GenMr anointings with Cntictira. the Cieat Skin Cure, prefi-dod by warm baths with Cut intra Snap, followed in the severer forms, with mild doses of Culicura Resolvent Pills, afford instant relief. ermit rest and sleep, and fioint to a sjieedy nire of torturing, disfigur ing, itching, burning, and scnly humors. "'.onias. rashes, and inflammations, from infancy to age. Cutlriira Soap f?V.) to on th SVTl. rmt--on Oimmrnl ( Vlr.i to Hi ihp Skin. nt Oitl ' 'in Hr..lvppl (iiiv l.ior In th form of rhorolat "mr1 l'li. irr vml of h to Purtfv thr Bliod. fcoUt Inrntizhotit ihr world. Potior frag 4 Cbem. Cot . Sol Prop. . Boston. , rMalld tree. Cuttcura Book on 8ktD DIsm. of section ", 3 north. 1 east. j .j. 1; acres, southeast 4 of section 2. ' north. 1 east. j acres, section 11. 1 north. In acres, southeast 'i of northwest of section in. 2 north. 1 cast. I'll 2-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 in- n-st In west i of section '-', 1 north, east. . S3 1-3 acres or undivided one-third interest in northwest 'i of section 14, 1 north. 1 east. i 1-3 acres or undivided one-third interest in east U of northwest ti and northeast Vi of southwest U of sec tion 17, 1 north. 1 east. BUCKEYE LANDS. Kill acres, southwest Vi of the north west U and the northwest ', of the southwest Vi of section 10, and the northeast 'i of the southeast '4 and the southeast of the northeast U of section 9, 1 south. 3 west. Pin acres southeast U of section 12, 1 south. 4 west. ltiu acres northeast U of the north west H and the northwest Vi of the northeast 'i of section 21. 1 south, 4 west. FLORENCE LAND. iii acres northeast 'i of section 21, ,"i south of range !l. CITY PROPERTY. Lots 2S. :;n. 32 and 34, block D, Uni versity addition. Lot 4. block 7."i. ljit 34. Hoopers sub-division. Lot 3. block 24. Churchill addition. Lots 10 and 12, block 3. Montgomery adiiion. . Lot 5. block 3, Calderwood addition. Lots 3 and 4, block 9, Montgomery addition. Lot 3, blocl i dition. Lot 10, block ! addition. Lits S Slid 9, 'dition. ' - j Lots 7, 8. 9. 10 1 addition. 7."i feet off the east end lot 10. block j 3, Calderwood and !." feet off south lend of lot 2, block !, Montgomery's ad- Have you seen the new "Re flex" Inverted Gas Light'.' The very latest thing in gas lighting. AVe have them. Also a large line of mantles in prices from l.'i cents to 35 cents. Genuine AVelsbach i: KEEP REPAIRS done before you start out. We know how to keep your machines in the best of shape, with expert mechanics. SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO, Phone Main 345. If THE "OLD MAN AT THE IDEAL CREAMERY IS DEAD anxious to get more good, clean milk to pastucrfze. Corao and talk it over. We sell nothing but fancy goods. rrlce cuts no lea. WM. EVANS iiHELLO! Sanitary Plumber. 19 W. Adams St. Phoenix, riiono Main 273. Do you know that you get 10 per j cent discount on new and second hand I f I Furniture, Stoves and Ranges at Mor- L I den's Second Hand Store? 401-405-407 j X--t-HWH-S-WW-H- I East Washington St. Phone Black G4. BAKERY GOODS. AVe hare many fancy Cakes, large and small, as well as "Pies, Cookies, Rolls and Bread, that will make your dinner enjoyable. Our bakestuffs are superior and prices very reasonable. PHOENIX BAKERY. Estb. 1881. Edward Eisele. Phone Main 89. WHOLESALE. RETAIL. 3. Porter and Baxter ad- Porter and Baxter block 20, Collins' ad- 11, block 3, Capitol ing of an election to fill the vacancies in Company I, above referred to and Lieutenant Colonel F. S. Breen is des ignated to conduct the election. Special order Xo. 2 directs the hold ing of an election for filling the va cancy in Co. H above referred to and f-Mntfitin If H. Donkerslev Is designated to conduct the election. j 'J'11""' . ..,AIL,eo damu-diiht v..:.,, i... v- ,,ii... ih uu.'J. ERNEST WALKER BANKRUPT. Ing of an election by Company C of ' Ti-mnp to name a successor to Cantain i i'mi-I T Havden hv reason of the ex- I complete. 12xlfi piration of his commission and Major PERSONAL PROPERTY. At office. Phoenix, one tent house, Why Should You Buy Lumber of the Buckeye Lumber Co. Because we do not belong to the trust Because we sell lumber cheaper than any other yard. Because we give everybody a square deal. CAR LOTS TO ALL RAILROAD POINTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. W.',Til We make the prices; others meet us. Don't buy until you see us. Buckeye Lumber Co.,5-Points MONT ANDERSON, PROP. A FULL LINE OF RANGES JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. DREAMLAND SKATING RINK TONIGHT, SATURDAY, JAN. 18TH. Oood music, big crowd and a fine time is expected. GEO. M. BOBST, Proprietor. SELECT FIXTURES. We carry Electric Fixtures, Parts and make them to order. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HOUSE. Phons Black 534. V. R. NORRIS, Prop. 41 3. 1st Ave. Lamson is designated to conduct the election. Special order No. 4 directs the hold ing of an election in Company H of Phoenix to choose, successors to Cup tain James A. Parks and First Lieu tenant George K. Miner, by reason of the expiralion of their commissions. Major Lamson is designated to con duet this election also. All the officers instructed to conduct elections are to fix the time of the .re spective elections but all are to report results to the adjutant general's office by February 15 so they must tako place very soon. One-half dozen folding cots, one doz en folding stools, all new, never have been undone. "r.n pounds inch Manila rope. Camp cooking utensils. Two sets double harness, new. I iff Ice chairs, desks, filing cabinets. One frame 3 room cottage at Iron I Springs. j Information in regard to above pro- perty can be obtained from I. 1). j Horning at the Walker office at 11-16 I So. Second avenue, j By order of K. II. IiXSIUN. Trustee, j of J. E. Walker Kiilate in Itunkruptcy, I Jan. 2S, li'US. iano Tuning Have your piano tuned and regulated by the reliable tuners, - HAMILTON BROS. SIXTH YEAR IN PHOENIX Graduates of the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, Mass. Recommended by all the best musicians In Phoenix. Orders left at Redewill's or Fountain's Music Stores will receive our prompt attention. ( We have Just received a new shipment of Chases, Robes and Horse Blankets Are expecting a car of Bain farm wagons and also a car of Dent Spring wagons. To make room for these goods we are making a special price on all our buggies and surries. Come in and see be fore you buy. Our line of Harness is -complete. We make them and guarantee they are the best, and prices are right. Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. East Adams St, next door to Adams HoteL PIANO TUNING j By Wiley B. Allen Piano Co's. expert: twelve years' factory j and wareroom experience. City references, Mrs. Shirley Christy of Arizona School of Music and many others. Leave 1 orders at E. L. Andrews & Son. ' A. R. TAVERNER, j Phone 218. $4.00 WINTER TERM NOW OPENING AT ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC Superior Advantages in all branches of MUSIC, PHYSICAL CULTURE, ELOCUTION AND LANGUAGES. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY. Director.