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THE ARIZONA 'REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1908.
No More PILES AN ALLEGED OFrfNSE OF C0UN1Y OFFICIAL No Matter How Bad Your Case Is Or How Long You Have Had It, Pyr amid Pile Cure Can Cure It. Col. Johnstone Claims to Have Been Divorced From His Money by Con cealment of Facts. New Location Free Package Sent to Prove It. Half of the suffering and torture .)f piles has never been toltl. Whether your particular case of piles is almost too excruciating for any mortal to boar, or if you are fearfully tantal izec" by unreachable itching and bleed ing or whether you have only a mod erate case of piles, there is positive relief, and quick too. in Pyramid Pile Cfjre. You need not take for granted ad we say about our Pile Remedy. Avo want it to soeuk for itself. That is why we say to every per-soi suffering Irom piles or any form of rectal disease, send is your name and address and we will gladly send you a free trial package of the marvelous Pyramid Pile Cure. After using the trial you will hurry to your nearest druggist and get a uil cent box of Pyramid Pile Cure, now admitted by thousands to be one of the most won derful reliefs and cures for Piles ever known. Instant relief can be gotten by using the marvelous Pyramid Pile Cure. It immediately reduces all congestion and swelling, lyals all .sores, ulcers and irritated parts. It renders an opera tion absolutely unnecessary. Send your name and address today for free trial package to Pyramid Drug Co.. 13s Pyramid Bldg.. Marshall, Mich. GARAGE GOSSIP ' ON MOTOR LINES The Auto Cluhof Phoenix Will Meet Friday Night Good Roads Bring Tourists. ' The Auto club will hold Its' regular monthly meeting on Friday night. The committee on securing membership signers has bi en very successful and reports over thirty joiners. Nearly every owner in the valley lias respond ed readily and it looks as if the club would not be a dead letter in that respect. It will soon get busy mold ing public sentiment for the better men! of the road, a thing which every one should be interested in. one of the things which will be taken up at the meeting Friday night will be some proposed trips as a body to Granite Reef. Iiuekeye, and other points of in terest. This is a move in the right direction. It will not only serve to unify the joint rs of the club, but will ir.:eist others in the automobile and probably result in added new machines to the quota now in Phoenix, which in turn will promote the growth of the club. District Attorney P. villa id put in a few hours yesterday .afternoon distrib uting tickits for "The Man From Mexico," shortly to be put on by the Country club at the Dorris. Among those visited by Mr. Hullard was Col. Johnstone, who. impressed by Mr. Bul lard's eloquent dissertation upon the talent of Joseph AVheclock. the actor who will appear in the play, consent ed to take a dollar and a half ticket. Though the deal had been consum mated and Mr. Hullard had the money safely in his pocket, he made the Niis take of undertaking to prove that Col. Johnstone had imule a better bargain than he thought. Though Mr. Whee lock alone was worth more than the price of admission he was by no means all the show nor the only pebble that would be visible on the dramatic beach in "The Man From Mexico." He fin ally stated that he himself would be in the cast. The colonel hurriedly rose in his wrath and his chair and demanded his money back. He declared that an ac tion for obtaining money by false rep resentation could easily be based on the proceedings by which he had been separated from his money. He wa-s somewhat mollified though by Mr. Hullard. who told him that his was a, minor part. He still has the ticket but he is also trying to find out about how long-Mr. Hullard w ill obstruct the stage in the course of the evening. ,JIe also established a rule that henceforth before he buys a ticket. to a theatri cal show iie will insist upon being shown a cast. Sale Commences TOMORROW Tues. a. m. The DorrisHeyman Furniture Co. Arizona's Leading House-Furnishers No Charges for PACKING for Shipment iJ 0 0 1 fl So i NO MORE CATARRH. Larson Drug Co. Will Not Allow It to Exist i" Phoenix. The rains during the first part of the week interfered a little with the us" of machines for long trips, though at no time were the roads bad. There were very few rentals till after the. renditions changed. The rentals last week were confined to sightseeing parties mostly, and professional calls and but few for the rea'tv line. "There wilt- be no more catarrh in Phoenix." says the Larson Drug to., "unless people fail to follow the n-.v of common- sense." The Larson Drug Co. mak-s litis statement because of th" gre.U sue- : cess that has followed the l-v of liv- . omei in the treatment of ca'.'-rh il troubles. So positive is thi-i U'calimi.l in quick relief and permanent cure that they sell it under an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not do ail that is claimed for it. It follows nature's plan in curing clisoaeses of the throat and lungs ; bringing healing meoication right ti, the very spot where the disease-germ exist. With this treatment, health giving oils and balsams are breathed 1 through a neat pocket inhaler that comes with i very outfit, so that every I breath vim take w ile using Hyomei is a i re ith or healing air. It 'Kills all catarrhal genus an ! prevents tin ir growth, so that the cure is thorough and permanent. Remember that Hyoim i is sold un der a guarantee to cost nothing unless it cures. If you have any catarrahl trouble.- you should take advantage of the Larson Drug Co.'s liberal offer. X. A. Morford took a party out to the Glendale country Saturday in specting the land. A two-cylinder Tourist was used for the trip. W. J. Murphy look a party to Glen dale Friday in a Rambler from the Southwestern company. Cuba is spending r,.ijiiii.niMi n good roads and it is not improbable that a gnat road race will be possible in Cuba for next year. McKee's ad today; lower prices. one of tlfe winter visitors at Pasa dena who brought along his White str ainer to see California as it should be seen, is Seamens. the famous man ufacturer of the Remington typewriter. Mr. Seamens says that he has heard a lot about tin- wonderful automobile 'rives in Southern California, ami that he now expects to soon know the truth. The American Automobile associa tion pas issued an appeal to all own ers and users of automobiles, and to manufacturers and agents, asking for support of the federal registration bill introduced at the present session of congress bv the Hon. Wm. W. Cocks of New York, and known as house bill No. J-'J. It has been found that in Los An geles and Pasadena in particular the police are hounding the tourists in stead of the local auto owners by means of the "motorcycle cop" because it is easier to fine a stranger with plenty of mom y to spend than a local tax paver with light in him. Mean while Florida and Cuba are making special roads and conveniences for thu automobile winter tourists to .coax them away from Southern California. I. os Angeles county and the city of L s Angeles both have large numbers of the unemployed men working on the roads. The good roads question was also gone into at the annual election of the Auto Club of Southern California and that dub will inaugu rate some imiHirtant road work in ad dition to the most extensive danger sign work that has yet been carried out by any automobile club. George Allen Hancock was re-elected presi dent of the club as was Secretary Hooper to that office. For years the Thomas H. Jeffery Co. of Kenosha, have used as a talking point the economy of service of the Rambler ear. The arrival of two ex ceptionally strong letters of this kind on the same day a week ago. bear out the claim. One from Walter A. Mer rill of Hinghamton. X. Y saying that he has run his Rambler car 4.'i" miles during the past year, and his total re pair bill, outside of a few punctures, was exactly SO. 40. During the season he made two hundred and seventy-five individual trips and never once re quired assistance on the road. The other 1-tter was from J. A. Haughman of Rarberton. Ohio, stating that his l!imi Rambler. Model 14. has been run to date a total of 8eiHi miles, at a total repair expense of $4.". RELEASE OF THE CLI,ES WRIT Of HABEAS CORPUS A Letter From Globe States That Pa pers Were to be Filed Yesterday. Application for a writ of habeas corpus in the case of John Cline and his sons who w ere' held at Globe last week for the murder of Chailes Kd wards near Roosevelt on January 1., was filed in the district court at Globe yesterday. The application is based on tne ground that the men were held without evidence tending to sliow that they were guilty of the crim.j. Judge Raker, chief counsel for the Clines, yesterday received a letter from his associate in Globe saying that an application had been made by the dis trict attorney for the removal of the elder Cline to the Pima county jail. The motion was opposed by local coun sel for the 'lines on the ground that habeas corpus proceedings were to be begun, and that if Cline was ordered out of the county he would be brought back. Judge Nave accordingly denied the motion for the time being. The let ter also informed Judge Raker that the papers in the habeas corpus prr ceedings which were agreed upon be fore Judge Baker left Globe would be tiled yesterday. Nature DURING SLEEP Repairs the Human Engine. I The activities of the day cause more or less waste of tissues in the human engine, which is repaired at night dur ing sleep. The man or woman who can sleep well at night, is sure of the necessary repairs, other things being right, to make each day a time of usefulness and living a real Joy. Rut let insomnia get hold of you. and the struggle begins, of trying to work with a machine out of repair. A Nebr. woman's experience with cof fee as a producer of insomnia is in teresting. She says: "I used to be a coffee drinker and was so nervous I could not sleep at night before about 12 o'clock, unless I would take some medicine. I was under the doctor's care for about years and my weight got down to S2 lbs. "The doctor said I would have to cpiit drinking coffee. Then my father got me to trv post u in which he said had done wonders for him. I am past 43 and before 1 quit drinking coffee, my heart would jump and flutter at times, miss a beat, then beat so fast I could hardly breathe in enough air and I would git smothered. "My tongue would get so stiff I could not talk and 1 could not hold a glass to drink from. Since I have been drinking Tostum. in place of coffee. 1 can sleep sound any time I lie down, and I feel I owe to Postum Food Coffee. 1 12" lbs. and am well." Name given by Postuin Creek. Mich. Read "The W'ellville." son. Furniture Sacrificed Carpets Sacrificed Stoves & Ranges Sacrificed Rugs . - Sacrificed Cutlery Sacrificed China Sacrificed Tinware Sacrificed Granite Ware Sacrificed Do you antici pate a furni ture want dur ing the next year? If so, in vestigate this great Sale. Tuesday A. M. (Today) We inaugurate our Opening and Sacrifice Sale. A sale during which we expect to sacrifice profits, dividends and in many instances actual cost of ar ticles. A sale wherein the price concessions are so great that we expect to fill this great building with enthusiastic shoppers. This Sacrifice Sale Is brought about by conditions over which we had no control Months ago we contracted for large shipments to be delivered at this time in anticipa tion of the New Store. The unfinished condition of our new building (The ISfbble Block) allows us but about half the space originally expected, and figured on basement and third floor are not available at present Our two ware houses are filled to over flowing with our regular staple stock. Merchandise Ordered for this Building Is Arriving Daily We have no room nor inclination to store it. We have less than h expected floor .space to display these goods, these together with the fact that we wish to popularize our new location are the reasons for the imperative order from the head of ithe house "SELL IT" ' "Make the Price Move the Stock Quickly" OUR REMOVAL SALE was a success, the greatest Housefurnishers Sale ever held in Arizona. This Great Sacrifice Sale, should exceed it, in fact should excell it, for it is more liberal, it is larger, better, broader, these are the reasons. It includes new Merchandise ordered for this Store. Every article in the entire House is liberal ly reduced. Each department is strengthened by new goods. We are better prepared to wait on you. We can give you more prompt and better delivery. More display space and no handicap of moving. REMEMBER OUR NEW LOCATION m . bOi. Curtains Sacrificed Silverware Sacrificed Wall Paper . Sacrificed Draperies Sacrificed SewingMachines Sacrificed Iron Beds Sacrificed Blankets Sacrificed Comforts . Sacrificed Let us place some of the goods in your home at a tri fle over half their actual value m mm Lj NOBLE BLOCK ADAMS AND FIRST STS. KSBSSSStSSSESStSB 3323QE! everything now weigh Co.. Hattle Head to in ikgs. "There's a Rea- TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of the district clerk, the probate court and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title company. The records for yesterday were: RECORDER'S OFFICE. ). 1. Merrill et al. to Tellurium Mill. .V: S. Co.. deed to mining claim. Sunflower district. Orlando Merrill et nl. to Tellurium Min. & S. Co.. deed to mining claims. Sunflower .district. Joston Merrill et al. to Tellurium Min. fi S.. Co.. deed to mining claims, Sunflower district. L. II. Johnson and wife to George Merdian. deed to X'j S1CH XYVy, Sec. 1.-.. IN 5E. Agnes X. Mealey and husband to Fred E. Warren, deed to part lot 1. MU. 2, Kirkland's sub-addition. James K. Murphy to Genevieve X. Murphy, deed to lots 9 and 10, block 3. Wickenburg. .Tames K. Murphy to Genevieve X. Murphy, deed to lots 41 and 42. East T"inpe. Virginia Mahoney and husband to Redmond Toohey, deed to part fvc. 29, 2N 3E. Ernest Crismon and wife to A. H. Sflnford. deed to part I'd 4, tail:. 28, Mesa. Jos. K. Tannehill to John H. Rrashcr, deed to lot 21, Monte Vista Place. o YOU CAN'T BE DOWNHEARTED. That is, you can't while you are taking Seville Tills. They dispel the despondency and by their fine tonic action replace that worn out. "all-in" condition with biioynacy, vigor and good cheer. Price $1 a. box; six boxes $.", fully guaranteed on the money back plan. Address or call Elvey & Hulett, where they sell all the prin cipal remedies and do not substitute. FORMAL OPENING OF VANCE OPERA HOUSE Mesa City Invites the World to Join in the Celebration Friday Night. Mesa City now claims to have the largest opera house in Arizona, the new Vance, w hich will be opened on Ihi) evening of February 14, with a grand ball in which the whole world is invited to .participate.' It is a big opera ho'jse for a town of that sixe and the people are justified in taking a pardonalde pride in it. Heretofore. Phoenix. Present t and Tucson have in turn elaine'd this proud distinction and ) now Mesa City-idcinands recognition. Mesa City, it may be said, is a good town for a public hall of this charac ter for il js a good show town ami is i also a great place place for dancing, j Palls are of frequent occurrence and when 'there is neither a ball nor al drama on the boards, some big church function may be depended upon, so I the opera house management will have ( HIP George man. is now and motners wilh babies are just as cordially invited as anybody else.' If they want to cry they may do that too.' for there will be enough music jinrt itilliti to HrifcYcn th nnwo Tha assurance of a more perpetual patron- I . ,..,,', K , . . ... .. , later, and the Mesa people have placed no limit on the number of visitors they would like to have. The dancing floor is loo feet scpiare or an area of 10,000 square feet, which ought to enable a goodly number of people to move j around some without stepping on each j I 1.1 1 It II - . ... .1 . AAA I inner. i lie uuuuiiig com Jaii.iihif. ,vnu no uiiiy wno iikcs to nance need n.1(1 wronched the joint. ' stay at home on account of the babies ' for the babies are invited also. Spe- ! cial provisions have been made for the j HELD TO THE GRAND JURY. care ;nd convenience of the little ones j Kee Shelly and Tom Shorty, the In- A DISLOCATED Dobst. the skating rink suffering with a slightly dislocated hip. which has confined him for some time to bed and a wheeled chair. At first it was thought to have been merely rheumatism, but later exami nation proved that in some way he ,1 i...:i.i: i.i i.. 1 ut,e man me same ovoiuom oum nau- : hlr, . thllt h, t H , antee enough to hring a big crowd j froyi this side of the river. in almost any other place of twice the population. It is sincerely hoped therefore, that the Vance opera house will not only prove a great conven ience for the public hut Vvill be a remunerative investment for those who had the enterprise to build 'it. The big opening ball will be made a regular town celebration. Arrange ments have been made for thp run ning of an excursion train from Phoe nix on the evening of the ltth, the schedule for which will be announced rdian boys arrested last Saturday for forgery in connection with the passage of a governnie.it check which had been issued by Superintendent Goodman of the Indian school to Mary R. Sander son, teacher at M'Doweli. were yester day given 'an examination by Justice Johnstonet and were held to the grand jury in the sum of $.",00 bach. Doctors, You could not please us better than to ask your doctor about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis. Tbousandsof families always keep it in the bouse. The approval of Aytr'sChwPeaoral is a doctor's their Pi" " e experience of many 3 nWf.j VirAPtAMtrn;; J u. ivu luwiu h w v m iiuw (iww in IIP. Ue ft or no, Ttfrr doctor tn's COga memcinc. J. C. IvtrCo., 4 I