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TJIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY T, 1908.
' 3 LOOK LI STEW Our Entire Shoe Stock OFFERED at a Big Dis count, Noth ing Reserved 20 Discount oh any pair of Shoes in the house, a spec ial discount of 40 per cent on short lines of Women's Pat Colt and Pa tent Kid lace or button high Shoes 3 All of our Hanan and Sons' fine Shoes in $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 grades at 3.75 per pair. 25 per cent dis count on all our Womens fine high Shoes, newest shapesand styles 20 per cent dis count on every pair of Oxfords, golden, brown, tan, demi glaze Pat Hid Welts and Turns in great variety, all new Spring goods, not a pair carried over. All our Womens Pur trimmed warm Slippers $1.50 to $2.00 values at 90 c We mean busi ness, come be fore the lines are broken. H.A.Diehl Shoe Co. SIGK HEADACHE Positively eure4 by these Little Pills. Tney also tellers Ms tress from Dyspepsia, In. digestion and Too Hearty Eating; A perfect rem edy tor tJlMness. Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taafe la tUe Mautn, Coated Tragus. Pain in tie Side, TOitHD rrvEH. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CL'RE SICK HEADACHE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature - ADJUTANT GENERAL COGGINS. Governor Klbbey yesterday appoint ed I- W. I'oggins adjutant general of the territorr. thus titling a vacancy caused by the death of the late Colony el Leave!!, and relieving Col. McClln tock o! the duties of acting; adjutant general. Though General Cogglns is accounted a man of peace, nnd has achieved more widespread fame as mavor of the citv of Phoenix, he has a military record tiat a lot of people might take their hats off to. for he has to date been acting for the nation al guard of Arizona, in the capacity of quarter-master general, commissary general, judge advocate general, pay master general, ordnance officer. In spector of small arms practice, now being raised to adjutant general and the governor's chief of staff. Any chicken thief who haunts his hen houses should go prepared to Tight or run. for if Mr. Cogglns should turn out in full strength there would sure ly be something doing that would at tract attention. o The Wrong Way Many Physicians Try to Cure Dyspep sia by Having Their Patients Starve Out the Disease. This Method May Ruin the Stomach. To become a physician one must study medical literature for long time and attend several years at a medical college, dissect at least o human body, pass many quizzes and examinations, and at last receive his diploma, which entitles him to the M. D. degree. Yet all this does not necessarily make a doctor. We have known many graduates, with their sheepskins, who could not apply the knowle;lg they had acquir ed to relieving and curing a patient of dyspepsia. They were floored by their first at tempt to cure such a patient. They wore not to blame for thin, for all the knowledge they acquired from medical works was wholly ex perimental. They were told to try the following: Aromatic Ammonia. Bicarbonate of Soda. Bicarbona'e of P .tas. Blue Mass. Camphor Water. Catechu. Chare; a!. . Cre site. Hot Water. Lime Water. Magnesia. Mineral Waters. ', Nitric Acid. Nitri-Murlatlc Acid. Nux Vomica. Oil of Amber. Oil of Cajuput. Rhubarb. Senna. Spirits of Lavender. Starvation. Srychna. Sulphur. SulDhite of Lime. I Tincture of Cardamon. Taraxacum. Tincture Ginger. , Tincture of Iron. Tonics. -: . Vegetable Bittera. In the lift hot water Is the -only rem edy that will not do more harm than good, and its use is still an unsolved problem. If the professor who coaches the graduate would hand him a package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and tell him that it was a specific for dyspep sia, indigestion, all stomach ailments, and should be his mainstay in auch cases, that one grain of their active principle would digest 3,000 grains of food in the stomach, and that aided by this remedy the stomach would soon regain its normal condition, he would do the student more good than sending him forth with a lot of uncer tain knowledge about the cure of these diseased conditions. The young doctor would gain a rep utation by curing his first case of dyspepsia. The patient cured would sound his praises far and near, as do thousands upon thousands who praise Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Instead of experimenting with the mess of medicine in the above list, and doing his patients more harm than good, he would always be gaining rep utation by always curing his patient. When he met any Indication of a direat-ed organ, he should discover what hundreds of other doctors have, that the while trouble st"rtd with imperfect digestion and assimilation, then take- out f Ills pockit medicine case a few of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab lets, and tell the ;atient how to use them. The result would be considered by the patient almost miraculous, and success after success would be achiev ed bv him. Many blood diseases, skin eruptions and heart troubles yield readily to Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, because they cure the Incubating cause dys pepsia. If the (Stomach is wronj, you are wrong all over. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold everywhere at druggists' 58 cents per package. Send us your name and address to day and we will at once send you by mail a sample package,1 free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg.. Marshall, Mich. Public stenographer at Hotel Adams. All kinds of typewriting, copying etc done neatly and quickly.. CARTER'S I flVER Ml CARTERS fflVER MR. C. 1. SEAGROVES SAYS "GE1 BUSY" The Colonization Ag.nt for Santa Fa D. livers Strong Address at Meeting of Board of Trade. Mr. C. L. Sengraves of Chicago, col onization agent for the Santa !, ar rived in the city yesterday morning accompanied by. P. P. Hastings of Prescott. for the purpose of better ac quainting himself with the possibili ties of the vallev and the needs for greater advertising and colonization. The morning was devoted to a sight seeing trip about the city and sur rounding country. Mr. Seagraves will remain In Phoenix today and go from here to Yuma where at the Invitation of Chief Engineer Frank H. Newell of the reclamation service he will ad dress the people interested In the re clamation project there. Though Mr. Seagraves, had previously visited the Salt river valley, what was brought to his attention yesterJay met with his unqualified admiration and enthusi astic commendation. As soon aa Mr. Seagraves' presence in the city became known, the Phoe nix Board of Trade speedily Issued a telephonic call for a reception and meeting at the board's rooms In the afternoon. Though the call was made as late as noon, a very large number was present and a profitable and in teresting session wp.s held. Mr. Sea graves responded to a call for an ad dress, which was attentively listened to. After this meeting he was called upon to address the Real Kstate BoaVd of Phoenix at a session of that body, Mr. Seagraves In his speech to the Board of Trade referred briefly to the financial troubles, which, he said, would result In ultimate benefit to the Salt river valley. This section has gone through the crisis with Tying colors and no loss of prestige: on the other hand It had gained prestiee with investors, who will now turn from Insecure Invest ments elsewhere to. the secure and safe Investments offered In the Salt river valley, in land, in city property, and in business propositions. In spite of the . depreciation of values in other places, there had been a. steady In crease here. He spoke of the years It had been necessary to devote to educating the people along irrigation lines. At first It was exceedingly hard; It was a new subject to them and considerable dif ficulty was met In convincing the people of the advantages of fanning by his method. Through such publica tions as "The Earth," during the past ten years, more Interest had been cre ated In Irrigated lands. A great amount of money had been expended by his company In literature, which was now beginning to bring results. Prior to this time said Mr. Sea graves. things were not quite ripe In this valley for promoting colonization to a grea. extent; the water questions had not been settled, and the adequate supply had not been assured and could not be depended upon. Now however, conditions are radically different, and now. said the speaker. Is the time to go to work. He believed that it was not too early to begin an extensive ad vertising campaign. When the val ley has the goods to offer, there was no use or reason in. delaying the mat ter. The quicker prospective settlers found It out the better. Mr. Seagraves then outlined a num ber of ways In which the valley could be advertised and how settlers could be secured. He called attention to the colonization of sections by relig ious organizations, as the Dunkards, and other similar sects, who always settled In communities by themselves, and were, he added, the very best of citizens and the most capable of farm ers. Once get a colony of a sect lo cated, others of the same church af filiation would not be long in follow ing. Cme of the 'most fruitful sources he j had found for promoting colonization was letters from farmers who have located In the section. People In east ern communities were inclined to look askance upon the statements of rail way agents, thinking that all they wanted was to get their $30 or what ever the settlers' rate might be; and upon real estate agents as boomers, having an axe to grind. But wher the people approached and sought aft- ter could be referred to some former neighbor who had settled In the val ley and who would cheerfully recom mend Its advantages Vsuch recom mendations were better than all the glittering generalities which might be presented to influence them." Mr. SeagraveF said that he thought if a man were sent east, he should be sent Into tnose counties and commun ities from which people had already come to Phoenix. People who are ac customed to living In thickly settled sections and especially those living in cities and near cities, were not look ing for big rattle ranches, or a section mi a broad prairie. They want small tracts in a populous neighbrohood. The day of the big farm Is past. What the valley needs now Is twenty acre and forty acre people, to settle up the country and Improve It. build homes, and farm It Intensively, so the valley can be made to support as large a population as posslb'e.' He thought the people here failed to appreciate the great possibilities of what- they have right at home, and th real value of the land. Making a comparison with Illinois and Iowa lands, he said he knew of farms which were not paying 3 per cent on the Investment, era considered that they were doing er considered that they were doing well if Jhey maJv. from $12 to $15 per acre, and that land he said was today selling for $12! to $10 per acre. "And here in thfJ Valley, where you have everything In the world that could be asked for. where wour ranchers are m iking from $60 to $75 to even $100 and more per acre, I ask you. what is Salt river valley land worth? It Is $1,000 land, that Is what It Is. If val uation Is baaed on what the land will produce." Mr. Seagraves spoke briefly of the conveniences which will be brought within the reach of every farmer, by electricity which will be generated from the power furnished at the Roosevelt dam. Wonderful results and changes would be seen In the next five years, and favorable condi tions for the enjoyment of life and prosperity not equalled by any other section In the world. a McKee's ad today; lower prices. Women Worry More than men, says Dr. McComb, and one reason Is that their nervous organiza tions are more delicate. True, and Hood's Sarsaparilla is'Just the nerve-builder, ap petltc-glver, and blood-purifier they need. Indigestion 3 Yers-"I was troubled with indirection for three rears. I .read of I Hood's Saraaparilla and tried It After tak ing a number of bottles I va completely cured." Mas. J. H. Hixzt. DeSoto, Mo. Nervous, In Pain, Ho Appetite "Had pour livnltb for year, eain la shoulders, baek and hips, with constant headache, ner vousness and no appetite. Took Hood's Sar saparilla. rained Mrengtb and ran work hard all day. eat heartily and sleep well." Mrs. E. CiirrzLS, Moone take. Minn. Rheumatism-"! had rheumatism In one of my ankles, but Hood's Sarsaparilla soon gave me permanent relief. 1 recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mas. Ann Hctchinson, Lafayette. Col. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is told everywhere, la the usual liquid, or lu tablet form called SarsatSbS. 100 Doses One Dollar. Pre pared only by C. L Hood Co, Lowell, Mass. CITY BUILT ONLY EOR DESTRUCTION It Is Now a Lively Business Center and Is But th Repeating of History in Ariiona, Kindly tell, me If it is true that one Of the cities, of the United States was actually built to be torn down. CARRIE R. T. It la. In the region whtcii, a quarter of a century ago, was the haunt of Gtmnlmo and. his murderous band of Apache's U the bustling city of Roose velt city. wtth. its own water supply rrom distant mountain springs, well lighted, .with shops and schools all doomed to extinction within a year. Its inhabitants are Interested In the construction of the Roosevelt dam by the United States reclamation service, the Salt River project of Arizona, which upon Its completion In 1908 will create the largest artificial lake In the world It will furnish two hundred thousand acres of dry land with waler. In this lake Roosevelt, the city of tran sient renown, will be submerged two hundred feet deep. The above question in the query de partment of the Ladies Home Journal la very timely and Its answer In the aame column la quite true and correct. It might also be added that this is not rhe first time th same thing has been done In Arizona, although the former tncdent recalled at this time was on a somewhat smaller scale. It waa the occasion of the . construction of the Walnut Grove dam a great many years ago. A village almost as large as the town of Roosevelt grew up In that basin during the construction period partly of the men employed and partly of miners and cattle men operating in rthat vicinity that made It head quarters as long as the town remained. But when the big dam was finished, the town was mostly moved away and the rest of It submerged, remaining so until the dam, which was defectively constructed, gave way one awful night a few years later, swept destruction before It down the Hassayampa river and bringing death to between one and two score of people who lived, be low the dam. FOUND TRUE REMEDY. Larson Drug Co. Sur. Mi-o-na Will Cur Indigestion. The incalculable amount of good that Ml-o-na stomach tablets are do isg In Phoenix. In making sick nnd even despairing people well, should compel the attention of every Judi cious person" who is out of health with stornach troubles. The underlying cause of nervous de bility, headaches, sleeplessness and melancholy Is faulty nutrition, the re sult of a weakened stomach and. Inac tive bowels. So long ns the stomach Is. weak the tissues cannot assimilate proper nour ishment, no matter how much food is eaten. Mi-n-na Increases the strength and activity of the muscular walls of the stomach, regulates the bowels and makes the, blood capable of conveying nutriment to all the vital organs. The use of Mi-o-na stomach tablets makes all the difference between a tired, nervous, sluggish condition, a weakened stomach, and a healthy, energetic bodily condition. In no other way can you so quickly so readily and so positively stimulate the stomach to good health as by us ing Mi-o-na. The fact that this rem edy is sold by the Larson Drug Co. under a guarantee to refund the mon ey unless it cures, shows conclusively Its superiority over ordinary, old fashioned digestives. BLACK CROOK COMPANY. Free man Fiske. advance agent' of the Black Crook company, was In Phoenix yesterday perfecting arrangements for the appearance of his company In the Dorris opera house on the evening of February' 12. The company consists of thirty-two people and practically lives on the -train, traveling In two private cars for the people and with a carload of baggage. The appear ance here was an afterthought. Phoe nix not being on the original Itinerary of the company for this season. How ever it was found that date could be made by coming here from Tucson by means of a special train, s far tit least ns Maricopa. The play is a re modeling of the old Black Crook bill, retaining the Btory as a setting for a scenic extravaganza, a ballot and some fine music. It Is not defined as mu sical comedy, comic opera, drama or comedy, but Is an amalgamation of all. o COFFEE Five degrees of excel lence: good; better; fine; finer; finest: all Schilling's Best Tour tracer retains roar aioner if roe doal like it: we par bib ALWAYS IN SEASON. Malllard's chocolates and bonbons; delicious, . appetizing, wholesome. Packed in elegant boxes, 60c, $1 and $2 each, at Phoenix Bakery. In your list . of Valentine gifts Let me Donofrlo's cactus candy find. Pounds of It add to your list For your friends among; mankind. AGENTS FOR : W.L.DOUGLAS SHOES Another Big Lot of WAISTS to Having had great success with our previous lot of Sample Waists, we have secured another lot of them. These being the sample line of a noted waist manufacturer. A line'of Waists made of lawn. In white, fan cy or figured, alao some nice sheer India Llnon, elaborately trimmed with embroidery fronts and fine tucking: some In yoke effects, open front and back with long or short sleeves; either lace or embroidery trimmed. They are positively $2.00 and $2.50 values, to be Fold special today, at New Silks For Spring Oar line "of Silks for spring have Just arrived. They are br-autlful new Silks that fairly breathe the atroos- i phere of spring in their quite rich and harmonious colorings. Rajahs are very much In favor for this spring. We aiave a big assortment in all the new- ' est shades. A full selected line of taf fetas, siik fancies, chiffon silks and foulards are included among these. PersorveJ Mention:; Mabel and Viola Koephe of Saginaw, Mich., were among the tourists arriv ing In Phoenix yesterday. N. E. Oaskell, of Salome,, was a bus iness visitor In Phoenix yesterday. F. W. Barnes and wife, of San Diego, were arrivals in the city yesterday for a short visit. - P. W. Laimer, of Prescott, was here yesterday on business. Edward J. S'.st and Wm. Monehan, of New Haven. Conn., were among the arrivals In Phoenix yesterday. Evan J. . Dalrymple. of Wlckenbnrg, and Charles C. Larson, of Beardsley. were in tr.e city yesterday on business. W. D. (Carroll, of Wlnkelman, spent yesterday in Phoenix. The following registered at the Com mercial yesterday: M. chott. New York; George ' Polden, Wlckenburg: John ilosfelt. Mobile, Ala.; W. D. Car rol. , At the Ford Hotel yesterday were: R. H. Kavanaugh. San Francisco; Ike N. Krieghaber. St. Louis; C. S. Ben nett. Boston; C. li Angulo, Tucson: H. V. Homer, New York: H. M. McCul lock. Mason, Iowa; F. C. Wiser, Los Angeles; W. E. Hitchcock. Los Ange les; F. R. Kellogg. Los Angeles. The following were guests at the Ho tel Adams yesterday: John Chanler, Denver; F. W. Barnes and wife. San Diego; C. W. Gokltnan. St. Louis; L. Reed. Pittsburg; M. O. Bicknell, G. C. White. Tucson: P. P. Hastings, F. W. Keseier. Prescott: C. E. Smith. Los Angeles; P. W. Latimer. Prescott; C. L. Seagraves, Chicago; J. D. Qulnn, Denver. When a child wakes up In tbe middle of the night with a aevara attack of croup aa fre quently happens, no time should be lost la experlmeallug with remedies of a doubtful valua. Prompt actloa la often necessary M aave life. Chamberlain's GougK" Remedy has never been known to fall In any case and It baa been In nse for over one-third of a cen tury. There U none better. It can be de peudedupoa. Why experiment? Ittapleasaat to take and contains no harmful drug. Price, s) cental laifeaute, 50 casta, THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway oV Center. ' HEALTH SEEKERS. Barr's Ranch, one block from car, highest point of city, one mile from postoffice. Individual tent 'cottages, with board, $8.00 per week. Large tents for two, furnished for house keeping. J12.00 per month. Elegant shade, milk and eggs. Twelfth and California Sts. Telephone Black 895. Grouip Special $1 Each - $1 Each Our Fall and Winter Goods Must Go! We Offer Them at a big Sacrifice to Make Way for Our New Spring Goods Which Are Now Arriving Daily. Prosper Bardone, commission mer chant, II South Center St. o . Donofrlo's fine cactus candy! If these you once do buy Ne'er again, not e'en at Valentine To make name-made candles will you tr SADDLES AND GUNS New and second hand bought, sold and exchanged. Harry Friedman 35 North Center St BHKnaannaBBaBMaaBBnnSV RUNNING AN AUTO in first-class condition Is exciting enough for most people. To run one when It needs repairing courts acci dent and delay. Send your auto here and have it put Into first class shape. Our work is a guarantee against breakdowns. SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. Phone Main 345. The Buckeye Lumber Co. THE ONLY ADVERTISED INDEPENDENT LUMBER YARD IN ARIZONA. If you are not in sympathy with Trusts. Pools, Combines and Re bates to preferred customers, give us a part of your trade. OUR POLICY A SQUARE DEAL ' Our prices are right all the time-. We carry the largest stock, the best assortment and a better quality of lumber for the money than any other yard In Phoenix. Car lots to all railroad points. Buckeye Lumber Co.,5-Points MONT ANDERSON, Prop. A FULL ASSORTMENT W.L.DOUGLAS SHOES . SAMPLE Sell a Beautiful Waists for Spring We htva had good fortune in se curing this line of beautiful Waist that surpass many, for they rank as i the best. They are made up of nice sheer lawns, India Llnon, Tussorlne Lawn In the tailored or neatly trim med with lace and medallions, also some prettily embroidered. The Pacific Mutual Life In surance Company GUARANTEES THE FOLLOWING: 1st. A Caah Income if you are dis abled by accident. 2nd. A Cash Income if you are dis abled by sickness. 3rd. A Cash Income if you become totally disabled. 4th. A Cash Income for yourself in old age. 5th. A Cash Income for your family in case of your death. One Contract, One Premium, Five Benefits. Protect yourself that you may pro tect others. W.T. & W.B.BARR GENERAL. AGENTS. 321-2 Fleming Bldg, Pheenix. Arizona. MASSIE IS STILL AT THE SAME OLD PLACE. Massie has second hand goods. Massie has new goods. Massie Has new blankets. Massie has new comforts. Massie has new mattresses. Massie has new rugs. Massie has new mattings. Massie has new pillows. Massie has new shades. Massie has new springs. Massie has second hand beds. Massie has second hand dressers. Massie has second hand stoves. Massie has second hand machines. Massie has second hand rugs. Massie has second hand springs. Massie has second hand tables. Massie has second hand guns. Massie has second hand pistols. Massie has book cases. Massie has tin ware. Massie has granite ware. Massie has enameled ware. Massie has chairs. Massie has rockers. Massie is the man. Massie is open for business. Massie will buy alt your goods. Massie will treat you right. Massie's for best prices. Massie, the second hand man. Massie, 32-34 West Wash. St. Massie's phone is Main 351. See Massie. Phone Black 401.