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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY 3IOKNIN(J, FE15IJUARY il), 1908.
SICK HEADACHE Positively cared by these Little Fills. They also renere Dis tress trom Dyspepsia, 10 (Ugeetion and Too Hearty Eating; A perfect rem edy for Dizziness, Nausea. Drowsiness, Bad Taste in the licmth, coated Tongue. Pain In tbe Side, regulate tbe Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SHALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CARTER'S IflVER 1st CARTERS 1ITTLF IVER PILLS. b2 Tuesday night a catastrophe hap pened to Mr. John Belser, owner and manager of the Roosevelt Meat and Cold Storage Company, Mr. Belser enjoyed a Dutch lunch and retired for the night. Of course! his dreams were disturbed, and just at this point the unexpected occurred. The walls of the cold storage, constructed of adobe. cuved in. a result of the recent rains, and Air. Belser endeavored to rise, be- TORPID ITVEK. Tney !"'vl,1K the world was really coming to un cim in jiitir r.vunn ran 10 Ills rescue anil dragged the victim from the pile of adobe bricks. Mr. Belser mmmt ' now contemplates building a Noah's CIKE SICK HEADACHE. ;Ar k. with a firm foundation. . .. n i Kdison tl. Iee visited friends In Genuine Must Bear . ! Roosevelt over Sunday, returning to FaC -Simile Signature :th" valley on Sunday. tins Sevenson spent a week in the valley, visiting friends. He returned on the Saturday stage and reports a fine time j Mrs. Burtis went to Phoenix Mm !day. to attend the funeral of Mr. Bur tis' mother. Frank Cavana went to Mesa Monday on business. James Washington was a visitor to the valley last week. Mr. Stolfestad of St. Paul, who vis ited the work here, returned to Phoe nix via Mesa stage Monday. Joe Smart went to Mesa, Monday. John O'Shea made a business trip to Msea Monday. K. M. Watkins went to Mesa Wed nesday. Frasier, who worked at the gov ernment sand quarry, returned to Ills home in Kentucky on account of sick ness. Albert Osana of Camp U'Rourke, went to Mesa on business Thursday, by stae. Jas. Blake, who, has been working at the cement mill, went to Mesa on business this week. John Helm went to Mesa on busl- i ness this week. D. J. Peter, who has a big sheep nel is already closed and a bull-head ! ! icmio. arove a line hock is being constructed at the bottom of j through Roosevelt this wee k, en route the Uam to back the water from be- j to the va'le:-. low. The top of the tunnel is now open ! John Bonton went to Globe on GROWING STRUCTURE Of R005EVCLT DAM The Damage by the Late Flood Hard ly Caused the Slightest Delay. Roosevelt Ariz. Feb. IT. (Siecial correspondence of The Republican.) Work on the dam has not been de layed in sspite of the fact that two of the derricks were carried away by the recent flood. One stiff-leg derrick and one eighty-foot derrick are being used to lay stone. The two derricks carried down stream by the flood will be rebuilt this week. The masonry work is being carried on toward the center of the dam. It is likely that the derrick will be moved this week to the back of the dam and work will begin on the down-stream face. The upper part of the sluicing tun- Your Duty is to be Weft.- But you cannot be well If you neglect taking Hood's Sarsaparilla when you know yon should take it. Impure blood, poor appetite, headache, nervousness, that tired feeling by these and other signs your sys tem demands Hood's, (let a bottle today. ' ClOW of Health ".My blood was very poor. Since tnkinif Hood's Sarsaparilla I have more color in my face, sleep aud eat well, and work is a pleasure." Alas. A. A. Howard, Taunton, Mass, In Worst Form-"! liad catarrh in the worst form and was advised to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. 1 took seven bottles and aiu now iu good health. I hope everyone who has r&turru will give Ihwid's a fair trial." Alas, n iluaji MITC4L.F. 1 arkcrfonl. I'a. . ' Always Praise-"! flrit took Hood's Sar saparilla 13 years ago. and alwav speak in favor of, it." H, Cow pell. 2"Ji lVrry Street, Lowell, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold everywhere. In the usual liquid, or in tablet form called SarsatabS. 100 Doses One Dollar. Pre pared only by C. I. Hood Co.. Lowell. Mass. White Sale this UNDERmuSLINS - - Week Only UMDERPRICED Corset Covers MUD INTEREST FELT IN PHOENIX BOND BILL The Lodge of Eagles Inquiring of Del egate Smith What Has Become of it. -ft CORSET COVERS made of a good quality Muslin; yoke and arm holes trimmed in torchon lace. Sale price 28 CORSET COVERS made of a nice quality Longcloth. trimmed in val. lace insertion and beading. Sale Vice 35c CORSET COVERS made of an excel lent quality Nainsook, rows of fine lace insertion and beading drawn through with ribbon. Sale. -68C Night Gowns NIGHT GOWNS, made of good qual ity Muslin, tucked yoke, V-shaped neck. Sale at 39c NIGHT GOWNS of good quality Mus lin, yoke trimmed with rows of val. lace and tuckings, long sleeves. Sale 79t? NIGHT GOWNS of goi.d Muslin, low or high neck, yoke of embroidery or val. lace. Sale at S8 NIGHT GOWNS of soft quality Mus lin. V-shaped neck, yoke nicely trimmed with German val. luce, short sleeves. Sale S1.2S and the workmen putting in the gates will work from the inside. The bull-head is made of timber, dirt and stone?. The timber is carried from the road that runs to the river, just above the tunnel to the tunnel's mouth by means of a raft. Tuesday, three or the carpenters including the government's head carpenter. George Gronewald. were guiding the raft loaded with lumber down stream to the tunnel. The raft got out too far in the stream and the current being strong, the niMilost control. Two of them jumped off and swam to shore. Gronewald. in hopes of saving the raft, stayed 'on until it was too late to machinist for O'Rourke. Denver Monday, via the Monday. Mr. ; ross. started for Globe stage. Mrs. Lusini and Miss Savoyas. who have been visiting the Gelass family, returned to Globe Tuesday. W. B. Nash went to Globe. Tuesday. Catimero Mendoza went to Globe on Wednesday, by stage. Max Bonne of Rye. went to Globe to attend to business, on Wednesday. George Fisher went to Globe on Wednesday. Judge Evans went to Globe on of ficial business Thursday. Sam Bailey went to Globe Thursday. Garfield Blake came to towe Friday save himself, going over the dam. The : lower part of the dam. over which the if'"- medicine for the Conway family of water is diverted from the tunnel is .Giesela. very narrow, causing a swift current. Mr. Noel, the obliging salesman for As the' raft passed under the bridge ! Webb and Sns. is on the sick list, suspended from the west side to the 1 K. Miller and wife were guests at higher portion of the land, a rope was j Hi" Hotel Roosevelt last week, thrown to him. but he seemed unable j F. A. Cakley of Cherry. Arkansas, to grasp the situation and save him- ' visited Roosevelt this week, self. Some b.lieve he was stunned by j Samuel Hill was in town this weey. being struck by stones going over the t Mrs. Parker and sister were in coffer dam. The raft struck the i town this week. stones at the back of the dam and ! J,,t Vanlin of Globe went through to Gronewald was not seen afterward. ! Mesa thrs week. Many thought the raft to be in the i A. B. Hayden was in town Thurs ed'ly just below .the dam. Although a jday. great deal of dynamite has been used i r- M. Harrison was a guest at the they were unable to raise the body. It (Hotel Roosevelt this week, is now the supposition that unless the ! Clyde Wilson visited the government bodv be caught under a ledge of i headquarters Monday.. Considering the importance of the measure, little Interest is apparent in the bill now before congress to per mit Phoenix to issue bonds for taking up its outstanding warrants amounting to about $150,000. It will probably seem to outsiders that this town has more money than it needs already. At the name time many holders of these warrants, who bought them for the high rate of interest they bore would like to get their money. Many , of the holders were persons who did ' not have a great deal of money in the ! first place but took the warrants be- I cause they mere a good investment I ind with the understanding that they could realize uimui them at any time if the need should arise. j Among the holders is the lodge of j Kagles which began buying them in ' more than, two years ago until now the lodge has. in its safe deposit box i about S3.m.iu of the floating indebted- ! nexs. The lodge has frequently need- t ed money within the bust year for the ' burial of its dead and for aiding J members, to say nothing of providing i for entertainments which are a part! of the life of fraternal organizations. ! At the last meeting of the aerie the subject of the warrants was called up and n resolution was adopted instruct- ' Ing the secretary to write to Delegate Smith and inquire as to the status of the bill, it is not surmised that any 1 obstacle will be presented to Its pass- ' age anil it is thought that all that will ; be required will be to keep the matter before the house. o Staple White Goods LONSDALE MUSLIN, 36 inches. Sale price, per yard 10d 'CAMBRIC, 36 inches wide. Sa'le price, yard 12 1-2 INDIA LINON, a sheer and fine quality bookfold. Sale price, yd. 10 WHITE LAWN, 40 Inches wide, suitable for underwear, good quality. Sale price, per yard IOC LONGCLOTH, soft quality, per yard 36 inches wide, a bargain. Sale price. 15 HUCK TOWELING, 18 Inches wide, good quality. Sale price, yd. H GLASS TOWELING, 18 inches wide. Sale price, yard Qc PILLOW CASES, 42 inches long, 36 inches wide, made of a good qual- 11 12c ity Muslin. Sale price, each.. DRAWERS. Ladies' Drawers of Muslin, umbrel la, full size, with lawn ruffle and hemstitched. Sale price 2oO Ladies' Drawers made of good Mus lin, full size, ruffle of lawn, tucks and trimmed with val. lace and in sertion. Sale price 3S Ladies' Drawers of Nainsook, made wide with nice embroidery ruffle, tucked. Sale price -loC UNDERSKIRTS. Ladies' Short Skirts, made of good duality Muslin, neat flounce of Swiss embroidery with rows of lace insertion. Sale price 58 Ladies' Short Skirts, made of good quality Muslin, trimmed with deep floune of Swiss embroidery and rows of tuckings. Sale price SS Ladies' Skirts of very nice quality Muslin, made very full with deep flounce hemstitched with rows of fine tuckings. Sale price. -SI. 18 Laces TORCHON LACES AND INSERTIONS, assorted widths, warranted to wash: suitable for underwear; 10c quality. Sale price, yard.. JJi POINT PARIS LACES, assorted widths and qualities. Sale price, per yard JJc TORCHON LACE AND INSERTION An odd lot: sold for 6c a yard. Sale price, yard 3 Laces WIDE POINT PARIS LACE, fully yard VAL. LACE EDGE AND INSERTING half. Sale price, yard VAL. LACE AND INSERTION to match, worth , !;C. Sale price, yard worth 23c per yard. Sale price. ; 12 12c to match, uc quality, at one- 2 l-2c one inch wide, fine quality. 4C SENSIBLE HOBBY. Wei -Known People Devote Spare Time to Upbuilding Health, TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. stone, it has drifted down stream. ' Mrs. Gronewald was told of the ac- i cident. but for several hours refused : to believe her husband would not re turn. She has the sympathy of all on the work. It Is probable that she and the babv will go to Phoenix immedi ately. W. I). Smith of the S. Morgan Smith lr.n Works, arrived In Roosevelt Sat- j unlay evening to ascertain the diffi- RECORDER'S eulty In the working of the water- i Tempe L. & Imp. wheel in the power house. The ma- ! Leavell, deed to lots chine was purchased from this firm. 3, Tempe. There is no excuse today for any person, unless tainted with an incura ble disease, remaining sickly, with the great advance in medical discoveries and the growing popularity of physical culture. In the diseases of digestion and nut rition for example, an acknowledged specific treatment has been found In Mi-o-na. It is relied upon as a cer tainty in relieving hv worst troubles : M Hundreds of ("5 '"' II Make vour dollar BARGAINS (yST&ie count by taking ad. I at our jrr- ... tir vantage of our 1 j WHITE SALE WtiSmBB : WHITE SALE 1 1 9 -. f ; Z)o2) I Mr. Drake said lie was surprised to find samples of very rich gold ore at Bouse. There might not have been great deposits of it where this was found In the Plomosa range but it ing a complete cure. People suffering with headaches, palpitation, sleeplessness, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, distress aft er eating, specks before the eyes, ner vousness and general debility, and any other of the many distressing results of a weakened stomach, should profit OFFICE. ! by the discovery of Mi-o-na stomach Co. to Ben W. i tablets. 8, it, 10, block ' Larson Drug company have seen so i man'. cures bv Mi-o-nn of stomach The wheel has proved too small for the I K- Satterwhite and wife to I nited j and general run-down state or health force of the water and Is worn a wav i States, deed to part N. W. 1-4, 23 i that they are firm believers In the The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of the district clerk, tbe probate court and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title company. The records for yesterday were: t digestion and assimilation and mak- j would not require a great deal of it to 2N 2E. W". H. Howanton Est. to Francisco Norega. deed to lots 1, 2, block 2, Tem pe. Francisco Xoreiga to A. Leslie Stew art, deed to lots 1, 2. block 2, Tempe. Anna Anderson to Frederick Snyder, deed to lots 8, 13. block 3, Evans addi tion. Frederick Snyder and wife to John Charles, .deed to"- undivided 1-2, lots . 13, block 3. Evans addition. by the sand. To remedy these defects is the purpose of Mr. Smith's visit. The V. S. R. S. engineers' conven tion at Yuma brought several to Roosevelt to look over the work here. The party came up in two autos ar riving early Tuesday. Those who made up the party were Louis C. Hill. Phoenix: A. P. Davis. Washington, D. . J. L. Lytel, Provo. Utah, W. D. Buis, Provo. l"1ah: C. E. Hogle, Deer field. Kansas: E. E. Sand. Grandfet. Alabanij and C. J. Blanchard of "Wasl i :gton D. C. The weather was rather damp for an outing, but the work proved interesting. One part of the work which the engineers were especially anxious to see. was the big pressure pipe across Cottonwood Can yon. This Is the largest pressure pipe in use and is used to force the water in the canal over the hill at the top of the canyon. Work on the transformer house will begin today. The power house is rap lillv nearing completion. Another camp is to be established on the trans mission line with a crew of fiftv men. One crew will work on the desert por- J tion and one on the mountain section. I Civil War in the Stomach Spelts Ruin. It will take considerable labor to i stretch the heavy copper wires over j Victory Belongs to You. If You Will. the towers through the broken countrv. j Coats Nothing to Try. The line goes through one district greatest foe to the progress of near Fish Creek know n by the cow '- j nations has been internal ntrlfe. civil bos as "The Devil's Hip Pocket." war- Equally so is the greatest en- Here, onlv a rough trail can be made health In the human system WILL MARRY THURSDAY. Mrs. Martini and daughter, Miss Lucretia, will leave here to be present in Los Angeles at the wedding of their daugh ter and sister. Miss Edna, which will be celebrated in that city on Thursdaj' afternoon. The groom-to-be. Is Rob ert Freeman of that city. A House Divided Against Itself go a long ways. He saw an assaver s certificate of some of it which went over ?.12.0W) to the ton. Speaking of gold ore. Mr. Longacre reported the finding of some in the Poland recently that went thirty-three ounces to the ton. The party left for Prescott morning. y power of this remedy to cure prac tically every case, and they show this faith by giving a guarantee with every 50-cent box of Mi-o-na to refund the money unless It does all that is claim ed for it. They take the whole risk, and Mi-o-na will not cost you a penny unless it cures. THE MINERAL RICHNESS OL BILL WILLIAMS RANGE TEACHING OE MUSIC IN THE SCHOOLS and quartets, in a very pleasing way. tine novelty of the day which was also made, clear was the reference to a "monotone'' class. This means the children who simply have no ear for music at all. Even they may be taught tho theory of It to some extent, how to read the notes etc but it is recog nized that they can never learn to sing enougli to be more than a nui sance t everybody who hears them try. This is not a large class to be this sure for most children have some mu sical talent if any effort is made to develop it. but occasionally a child Is found to whom all sounds are very much alike, or at least they possess for these children, no special har monies however they may be blended. Demonstration Before the Woman's Club Yesterday by Miss Holt and About Fifty Children. to carry material by burro. The right of wav for the line now parallels the railroad from Mesa to Tempe. This would he highly satisfactory to the railroad company in case they wished to put In an electric line, but to those intirexted in the construction this route is not approved, as It Is believed the smoke rrom the trains will injure the wire and necessitate the cleaning of the wire frequently.! A crew of fifty men are at work on the grading for the electric line to the clay ;it. A jolly party composed of Walter I.ubken. Paul IYitchlyn. R M. Pea body. Carl Weitze and Ottis Mclntyre started lor lite government farm, twelve miles up Salt River, on Sat urday evening, to enjoy a duck hunt on Sunday. Territorial Ranger Holmes did a good piece of detective work last week. A purse and diamond ring were stolen from a tent at Camp O'Rourke and hidden under a stone a mile up Tonto. The theft was committed by a young boy. Ranger Holmes induced the boy to confess and the. property was easily recovered. This being a first offense the boy was let off on e'xJ behavior. civil war between the different parts of the bodi'. This is just what occurs in dyspep sia.' War is declared between the stomach and the rest of the members of the body Illness results, inability to digest or assimilate food, and In a word, all the attendant evils of Im-perfi-c-t digestion. What you need Is an ally An ally who will not only help but will absolutely Insure you the victor'. In other words, let Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets fight your battles for you, and by doing the work of your stomach, give -it a complete rest, and allow it to re-enter the lists rein forced, refreshed, and rejuvenated. A single one of these marvelous tablets will digest 3.000 grains of food. Leading physicians all over the world have endorsed Stuart's Dyspep sia. Tablets, and have certified them free from harmful drugs. Simple to take. Harmless, efficacious. No doctor's bills. Only 60c. At all druggists, or write to us di rect. Free sample sent on applica tion. V. A. Stuart Co.. 150 Stuart Building Marshall. Mich. An Investigation of That Region From Railroad Point of View. Messrs. W. A. Drake. Paul Hast ings and F. P. Cruice of the S. F P. & P.. Orleans Longacre. Jr.. general manager of the Poland Mining com pany, the Yavapai Consolidated and the Lookout Mining company, and William Daum of Ijs Angeles, con nected with the industrial department of the Santa Fe, arrived In town yes terday afternoon from an important mining trip along the Bill Williams range, extending back from the Colo rado along the A. & C. north of the railroad line, ranging in distance from it from fifteen to thirty miles. The importance of the Journey lies in the fact that it Is the most thorough Investigation of thut country from a railroad point of view ewr made and in the event of a sufficient develop ment of the country to warrant it may result in the building of a line into IL Nearly every mine, claim and pros pect hole In that vast region was vis ited. The party carried its own camp outfit. Camps were established at va rious points Imd from them trips were made to the surrounding country. The cunip of .Mr. E. S. Osborne who repre sents a company owning about a hun dred claims in that region was "turned over to the visitors. Speaking of the country. Mr. Drake said last night that it is to be regret ted that so little has been heard of it. It is exceedingly rich In mineral, cop per predominating, though there is some gold. It is bound. Mr. Drake believes, to be one of the great mineral producing regions of the territory. There Is very little doing there now. though the Planet people, the Signal company and Mr. Os-born are at work. It was formerly a rather busy place In the early days when the ore was shipped down the Colorado to the gulf where it was trans-shipped to larger craft a.nd carried to Swansea. Wales. The open meeting of the Woman's club in the Presbyterian church yes terday afternoon was a uecldedly in teresting one and was attended by many beside Jhe club members. The chief feature of the afternoon was the demonstration given by Miss Holt of the good results to be secured by the j teaching of music in the public- schools. This was by Miss Holt, who has charge of that work In the Phoe nix city schools, though the program of the day was under the auspices of lha i i i o ...I i , -i , i . , .i !.,.,. i-. ... . , ., . . . , V. , . - - e' -"- i .oci club. ; After speaking of her work and what ! could be accomplished by the teaching I of music to school children Miss Holt J proceeded with demonstrations in all the grades of the city schools from tho first to the seventh both inclusive, j There were probably fiftv children I present altogether. The first grade pupils are taught by notes and inter vals and then taught to sing by ear after receiving the key. The second grade is much the same though a liltle more advanced. With the third grade the books are introduced as well as blackboard exercises and the children are taught to read the notes and find the key notes. A still further advance is made by the fourth grade pupils and the chromatic scale is Introduced In the fifth grade and the minor scale in the seventh grade. In the higher i grades It is wonderful what a knowl- edge .they have acquired. It would seem that with the advanced methods of teaching now employed every chill should have at least a ' theoretical knowledge of music these days. The demonstrations by the higher grades Included the singing of trios We have just received a new shipment of Chases, Robes and Horse Blankets Are expecting a car of Bain farm w-agons and also a car of Dent Spring wagons. To make room for these goods we are making a Fpecial 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 r KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. The Knights of Columbus will hold a social ; session at the hall. Fourth Avenue and Monroe streets tonight, to which the ! ladies of the parish and all visiting ' knights are invited. i McKee's ad today; Jower prices. COFFEE Nothing does more for a grocer, one way or the other, than coffee. He must sell pooc; (he needn't sell it to you) it is good tHt makes him. Tour arocer returns Toor mrney if yon doa'l liX Scbillisg'i Bet; we par bio Sale of Colored and. White Waist to day. Get a Set of San it a Ware this week, $1. 75 at THE FAIR 212 EAST WASHINGTON ST. The Buckeye Lumber Co. THE ONLY ADVERTISED INDEPENDENT ARIZONA. LUMBER YARD IN If you arc. 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." -. j: . Buckeye Lumber Co., 5-Points MONT ANDERSON, Prop. Phone Black 401. HELLO! Do you know that yon get 1ft per cent discount on new and second hand Furniture. Stoves and Ranges at Mor- ! den's Second Hand Store? 401-405-407 East Washington St .. Phone. Clack 64. A FULL LIME OF JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. BBS THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO . AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway oV Center. LSI! Tour own common sense will say, after you give us a trial, to use STEAKS AND MEATS Itecause all our moats are carefully selected and we use none but that we'll guarantee you fine, juicy, tender, healthful t'ovd. "PARTICULAR PEOPLE EAT STURGEON'S t MEAT." -.. J. E. STURGEON & CO. INDEPENDENT MARKET Phone Main 297. 1-3 West Washington Street IHSB3SC3X8C