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i TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY 3IOHMXU, APRIL 1-1,. 1908. ft WE MERE With Honest Bargains for which our Cash Store is famous for miles around. Beginning Tuesday we are offering a three day's special of 20 per cent off, on our entire line of Ladies' -Shirt Waists, Shirt Waist Suits, Petticoats, Corset Covers, Night Gowns and Muslin Drawers. We also have other bar gains waiting for you which will pay you to investigate. Will You Come? You Will Not Be Disappointed ash to ire Tempo r SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEM PC Frank W. Qriffen. I W. H. Hojlt MESA. SEE PALMER'S LINE of Perfume. Toilet Soaps, Toilet Waters and Talcum Powdera In our south window. We guarantee these to be as good aa any mad In the United States. HARMER'S DRUG' STORE Next Door to Postofflce. If you like good Coffee, try some of our brands PARRY'S Cash Store OUR SPRING LINE OF WHITE GOODS just arrived including all the Fine French Swisses in dots and the latest thing in checks. We are glad to show you our new stock J. J. HODNETT,y Tempo For Sanitol Preparations call on us we have a full supply LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA ' Phone 231 was realised. ed Sunday afternoon from its annual j last Saturday evening for the benefit encampment. aftr having scnt sev-I of the library fund, was a profitable I oral days In camp and thoroughly en- J and enjoyable affair. An excellent joyed them, ("amp wes estauiisneu program was rendered tonoweu iy inn this vear In a new location, some four j auction of the boxes. A good sum miles west of town in the vicinity of Wilson's Crossing. Camp was reach ed Thursday evening and Sunday was observed as visitors' day. On that day most of the members of the fac ulty and many of the young ladies j lent their presence to the camp and enjoyed the novel experience of an army meal. The return trip was made Sunday afternoon and the boys all reached town in good shape and the encampment was voted a flattering success. It Is usually the custom for one or more of the valley companies of the National Guard to make an attack on the Cadet company some night during the encampment, and this year it was a detachment of Phoenix men that made the attack. Particulars of the engagement are lacking but no blood was shed on either side. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIinillilllil j GARAGE GOSSIP f iifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 20 DAYS FOR $1. Sexine PI'ls are sold at ?l at box. S boxes Tt. with .full guarantee for all forms of nerve weakness in men or women. There is 20 days' treatment in each box. When all other tonics fall. Sexine Pills do the wort. Ad dress or rail Elvoy &. Hulettj where they sell all "the principal remedies and do not substitute. ON HIS WAY EAST. Geo. Wilcox superintendent of the Pacific Creamery Co's factory No. 1. at Bueno Park. Cat., and vice presi dent of the company. spent Sunday here with J.IJ. Cook. Mr. Wilcox is on his way to Chicago on creamery business, and took advantage to stop over a day and, look over the valley conditions. Most of the day was MtSA A LINEN SHOWER. A number of the girl friends of Mifci Nellie Duncan, whose marriage to Everett Wilbur will take place on Thursday. April 16, tendered her a lin en shower xm Saturday .evening last. j at the home of Mrs. Muniford. They mei at me parsonage euny in wie evening and drove from there to the Mumford country home where they were soon joined by Mr. Lester who brought with him Miss Duncan, who was the guest of honor of the occa sion. The parlors and tlining room were (h-oorated in cut flowers and greenery, the latter being in white flowers only. The place cards were made In the form spent at the creamery but Mr. Wilcox of while wedding bells, decorated with LILY MILK A HOME PRODUCT. For Sale by all Grocers MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE, ARIZONA saw enough of the valley to form a good idea of how things are progress ing here. He was particularly im pressed with the advancement of crops as compared with those in Cali fornia and expressed hfmself as be ing highly pleased with the general outlook hire. , A FORMER RESIDENT. M. L. Duffey. a former Tempe resi dent, but who for the past five years has been making his home at Span gle. Washington, is a visitor here, having arrived yesterday morning. Mr. Duffi says that though he has been away a long time, there is no place that he likes better than Arizo na and while he has prospered else- J gold, with the exception of Miss Dun can's, at whose place was a wreath of orange blossoms. The shower took place soon after the arrival of the guests and was followed later by an ex'-ellent dinner. Those present were: Miss Duncan the guest of honor, the Misses Mabel Lester, Henrietta Irwin, Louise Nor ton, Hazel Mumford. Letne Zimmer. Blanche Mumford, Mary Crouch, Ina McComas.' Callie Slusher. Lillie Swift. Helen Mumford and Mesdames M. A. Gibbons. George Wilbur. W. S. Dor man, J. A. Crouch, K. L. Mumford and li. L. Marsh. After the dinner, the remainder f the evening was devoted to music and games which was participated in by a I Charles K. DeMund and wife, and ' Harry Kennedy and wife made a trip i to Granite Reef Sunday. In Mrs. De- M mill's Kisselkar, returning in the af . ternoon. So attempts were made to i break any records, but the run was i made without mishap in about 1 hour and 40 minutes. Arthur Ainsworth has gone to Los Angeles to purchase some supplies for the Phoenix garage and will remain till the last of the week. The outlook for Bummer business, especially rent als, appears favorable to the garage people here. I I Frank Ainsworth and Chauffeur Fremeau made a short trip Sunday In I j the two-cylinder Tourist, taking in j j the Hole in the Rixk and testing the; j roads along the way. i j H. I. Latham has purchased the big 'five-passenger Winton of Dr. Stone, j j and has been added to the list of the; (devotees of the auto in Phoenix. It I will be a great convenience to the realty business: in fact has become almost an absolute necessity. Dr. Stone is looking around for a fast I roadster to tuke the place of the Win i ton. Martin Mohrdick went to Roosevelt I Saturday in Ills Cadillac anil gave a moving picture show there, returning j j Monday. j I The wo-cy Under Yale belonging to! S. J. Trlbolet is being overhauled, re-I paired and repainted at the South-' I western garage and will soon be in1 j yei vice airuin. Dr. Hughes' 4-cylinder Franklin is being put back in commission at the Southwestern garage, after the recent smash up. It Is understood that the I suit entered against the conractor has been compromised. I Two more broken springs are chron- icled the past week, owing to chuck' holes on the Yuma road claim they were not running fast and the breaks came from not from the THE DEATH OF A BOY. Ramon Chaveza, a fourteen year old boy, died nt 3 o'clock on Sunday morning, of pneumonia at the home of his parents in the southwestern part of the city. As the boy had no medical attention. Acting Coroner Johnstone held an in quest at which It was disclosed that death had resulted from natural canses. The parents of the boy said that lie had been sick only since the night before. It was shown though, that he had Iteen suffering from a se vere cold for several days, and it was concluded that what was believed to be the beginning of the illness, was really the beginning of death. 1 I UTILE BOY His Hands were a Solid Mass, and Disease Spread All Over His Body In Four Days the Child was Entirely Cured Mother Strongly RECOMMENDS CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT "One day we noticed that our little boy was ail broken out with itching Bores. We first noticed it on his littlo hands. His hands were not att bad then, and we didn't think anything serious would result. But the next day we heard of the Cuticura Remedies being bo good for itching sores, etc., that I thought I would get them. By this time the disease had spread all over his body, and his hands were nothing but a solid mass of this itching disease. I went to the drug store and purchased a box of Cuticura Soap and one box of MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. EGGS From standard bred Rhode I. Red, Black Minorca and Indian K. Ducks. $l.f0 per 15. Ten hens, one cock. Barred Rock; eight hens, one cock. Silver Wyandote at 11.50 each. Fifteen White Leghorns at $10 per dozen. All young stock. Aztec Poultry Farm. Mesa, Arizona. w here, he still thinks a great deal of I number of young men. .who arrived af- ! the valley. He will be here several , weeks. His friends insist that he is j here looking up a good location, but I he says that he does not expect to re I turn for a couple of years at least. Aren't You Tired of It of buying ready-made clothes that are not always satisfactory and how can you expect It for a suit of that kind is not made for you. It's such a simple matter to have us take your measure and then let Ed V. Price do this work. Satisfaction is guaranteed. To make a long story short NO FIT NO PAY. "The House of Qaulity." Tempe, HYDER BROS. Ariz. TEMPI ADVERTISEMENTS. CALLA-DALE POUL TRY FARM, Thoroughbred Poultry. Best in the West. Eggs, 11.60 per sitting; J5.00 per 100. C. W. ALEXANDER, Temps, Arizona. TEMPE THE HUGHES TRIAL A Conviction Secured But a New Trial Asked For on Two Grounds The tr'al of Steve Hughes, charged with having flooded the public road some time ago. came up in Justice Nielsen's court Saturday morning be fore the following Jurors: Wm. Paint er. W. T. Brown. Leslie Stewart. John Hyder. H. H. driest and J. J. Hodnett. Considerable evidence was taken on both- sides of the question, a number of witnesses testifying to th? condi tions. M Hughes' defense was that he did the best he could to keep the water out of the road. From other ev idence, however. It appeared to the jury that he did not exercise suffic ient care, and a verdict of guilty was rendered. Attorney Ed Goodwin, for the defendant, promptly filed a mo tion for a new trial on two grounds. First, that there is newly discovered evidence that will materially affect the case; second, that one of the jur ors had stated before going on the jury that he intended to convict Mr. Hughes. It seems that the juror in question, from his ownstatement, had not Intentionally expressed his opinion but was merely joking and when get ting ready to go to the court room had Joshingly remarked that he was going around to stick Steve or words to that effect. It is not yet known whether or not the new trial will be granted. A FINE BASKET. What is undoubtedly one of the best is not the very best Indian basket ever seen here, was yesterday pur chased from a McDowell Apache Indi an by Mrs. W. J. Kingsbury. The fact that the basket cost an even hundred dollars Is good evidence 'that it Is an excellent one. for Mrs. Kingsbury is a judge of baskets and would not pay that much for one unless it was well worth it. The basket is eight feet in circumference, and a little over three feet high. It's design In which Swas tika, crosses predominate, is a beauti ful one and the basket is the finest in Its new owner's collection. Nearly a year ago Mr. Broun of Scottsdale got his eye on the basket when it was just started in the process of making, and work has been in constant progress on it ever since. Mrs. Kingsbury heard of it at that time and has been pa tiently waiting for its completion. It is a beautiful piece of work and an exJlenl specimen of Indian handicraft. THE BAND CONCERT. ter the supper. They were: Everett Wilbur, Joe Barton, Ed Tway, James Wallace, Ira Sawyer. Otis Norton. Samuel Swift, Walter Longmore. Charles Crouch, Rev. Crouch and Mr. Dorman. WOULD SEE THE CIRCUS. Clarence, the eleven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Copeland, whose home is at Granite Iteef, ran away from his parents Sunday afternoon bound for Mesa to see the "Great American Circus" and the elephant. When the little fellow had hardly more than started, he hailed one of the freighters who was coming here, and rode to town with him. Yesterday morning, after having reached the Reef and viclnilj, and failing to find their son. the parents learned that hr had reached here safely, and immedi ately followed him. However, the boy's- trip was not without reward, for he saw the circus. . MISSED THE TRAIN. ' Among those from Mesa who went to Kelvin Sunday on the excursion, were C. C. Baldwin and Harry Chan dler. These gentlemen with- aftout fifty others took the side trip to Ray, which was given by Dr. Foi8 over the narrow gauge track. The party re turned to Kelvin and went into the dc- of ; pot to get lunch, when the train The second public appearance Tempe's new band last Saturday even- j pulled out and left Messrs. Baldwin THE CADET ENCAMPMENT ' It Was a Dscidedly Successful Affair I And All Enjoyed It. Does not Color the Hair Stops Falling Hair AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Ing. was a very enjoyable affair. I'n fortunately, plans were not carried out as had been expected andthe concert was given on the street Instead of from the Richardson building. The members were handicapped by a lack of sufficient light, but the music of fered was very creditable. A concert will now be given every other Sunday evenlng but just where has not yet been decided upon. SHORT NOTES. A number of Tempe people took in the Kelvin Excursion Sunday. Miss Eva Ruse is substituting at the Linville school in Phoenix in the place of Miss Olive (Jriffen, who "has been ill for several days. J. C. Robbins reports that a lamb and a dog. inseparable companions, have been near his home for, several days. They are probably some child's pets, who" Is mourning their absence. The K. Ps. meet tonight In regular session and there will be work in the third rank. and Chandler. They arrived here late yeste'day evening. CITY BREVITIES Vernon Clark and W. S. Pickerel, both cf whom are connected with the local telephone lines, were visitors in Mesa over Sunday. Mrs. Margaret McDonald, Miss Mil dred Itrizzee and Messrs. Buck Stever son and Everett Brizzee. are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. MeQuillon at Gran ite Reef. Len Mets accompanied by his chil dren spent Sunday fishing at the Reef. PIANO RECITAL APRIL 15TH. Professor J. Homer Grunn the pian ist who will appear at the Mesa opera house on Wednesday evening April liith. is a native of Wisconsin. He studied under Emll Llebling at the Conservatory of Music of Chicago for four years. Shortly after Mr. Grunn left for Berlin, Germany, where he en tered the Stern's Conservatory and was a nunil of the late Dr. Earnest Baylor Shannon of Clifton is here, jadliska. Professor Grunn has been Yesterday he bought a bunch of cat- connected with the Arizona School of tie from the Turkey Track, which will , Music in Phoenix since June WT. be shipped out some time during the slnre Mn ln ,nP terr)torv he nas eeii. A tally-ho party has been made up here to attend the Messiah at the Ari zona School of Music this evening. Mrs. Wm. Melczer of Alameda Cal., Is here looking after property Inter ests. The Vx social at the Kyrene school given a number of successful piano re citals in the largest cities of Arizona. All music lovers here should not miss this opportunity of hearing Pro fessor Grunn on Wednesday evening. He will also be ably assited by local talent and will bring with him hl. own piano. Cotitiira Oinlmpnl nnH that n t rrli f T The drivers ! stripped my little boy and took the . I j , An.j i , ... M i washed hira well. Then I dried him with n at f f. Kuril tiWdl anil t i L- tha I ulv- ""l "toukii pecuiiiirj cuticura Ointment and rubbed him inorougniy wun it. l aia mis every evening before I put him to bed and in three or four nights he was entirely cured. You have my permission to publish this because anybody who suf fered as my baby did ought to know of the Cuticura Remedies. I will surely and gladly recommend the Cuticura Remedies, for they are a godsend to all suffering with skin diseases. Mrs. Frank Donahue. 20S Fremont St., Kokomo, Ind., Sept. IS, 1 907." Sheep Men HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY. Buy now and save the price of a crop of lambs. 200 acres 2 miles from Mesa, in al falfa and grain; plenty of water. $100 per acre. f 200 acres 1H miles from Mesa. U grain and alfalfa; plenty water. 100 per acre. 80 acres l mile from Mesa, In al falfa and truck crop; good orange land; Mesa water. Price 110.400; one third down, balance long time. 80 acres 4 miles from Mesa, all In alfalfa; good $2.ft00 brick house; Utah water. Price $10,250. Six 40 acre ranches from $4,000 to $5,000: all improved and in grain and alfalfa. Pomerov-Guthrie Realty Co. Oldest Agency in Mesa. 1st door east of P.O Mesa. Arizona. Auction Catalonian Bred Jack Young Starlight twist the springs happened to get in going into the hole. It would not cost much to fill up the chuck holes. j A new auto livery company Is being i formed in Cleveland, with a capital of j $5(1.000. i With forty-three clubs as members,! the New York State Automobile Asso ciation is the strongest, numerically, ' in the country. J. M. Murdock of Xo. 2.13 Madison. Street. Pasadena, will shortly take his; family across the I'nited States in his i seven -passenger Packard touring car. i He intends to drive every mile of the 1 long journey and will start in two I weeks. j Automobile races under the auspices ! of the Long Reach Automobile Dealers' j Association will be held at Long Beach on April 24. n that day the tide will j be lower than on any other day of the year, and there will be uncovered by the receding water a stretch of beach' one hundred yards wide and two and a half miles long. I PersorvaJ Mention 1 I M 4 !. 1 141' 1 PIMPLES And Blackheads Prevented and Cured by Cuticura. Gently smear the face with Cuticura Ointment, the great Skin Cure, but do not rub. Wash off the Ointment in five minutes with Cuticura Soap andTiot water and continue to bailie the face finely for some minutes. Repeat morn ing and evening. At other times use hot water and Cuticura Soap for bath ing the faco as often as agreeable. I'omnWe Knmal nnd Intem.il Treatment tor J'WT Hu.nor il Infant, children. od AUulta cnsKU vt (''itlcira Smai, iJdc.I to rVsnM the tskln, l-tith-tirn Olntmpnr (fillr 1 to Hnl tli Skfn inj Cutl'-iirft Ittilvent 15fh-..nrtnth?rrniof'hninlte Coitrd PUN J.v. rr vml ..r 00) in Purity th- BluoO. Sold thmimlmut the world. Potter Pntg A Cbem. Corn.. Soli- Piiw . Ilnetun. Jli mriUtlta trie. Cuticura Book on Skis Olacut. 8 YEARS OLD. the Pioneer Stable, 15.2 HANDS. Will be sold at Yuma, Wednesday, April 15th, 1903. This jack was sired by Starlight Jr., the most noted jack Kentucky ever produced, and is a good, willing and sure performer. For further address particulars call on or Geo. H. RocHwood, Sec'y Yuma Co. Breeder's Association, Yuma. A. T, At the Ford were: M. L. More. Den ver; Oscar Haer. Ls Angeles; A. F. McBride. Is Angeles; Frank Mea. I San Diego; !. De C. Curtis, San Die- ! go; Robert Steen. San Francisco; T. j Goodmeyer, Wii-kenburg. : At the Commercial Hotel: A. I Schwarz, Kansas City; F. E. High. Los ' Angeles: W. F. Lee. Ft. Worth, Tex.; ' Mrs. Marden, Congress; Thos. F. Wee- din, Florence; w. Y. Price. Florence; ! Mrs. S. H. Snider. Wlnkelman; Jas. O. Cray, EI Paso. i The guests at the Hotel Adams yes- I terday were: O. A. Pease. Chicago: I Win. Marston. Boston: F. C. H. Rou- ' ins. Los Angeles: O. Mueller. Los An- gelcs; John K. Haughton. Clifton; E. I A. Adler. Rochester, X. T.; Walter Laidlow, Cincinnati: S. B. Buck, St. Louis: Edward Kneezell. El Ptoso; Mr. Buckingham. Los Angeles; Albert La foren, Los Angeles; Sydney Smith, Cincinnati; C. P. Barrett and wife. Chicago. No Kill Too Steep No Sand Too Deep for Runabout. 18 h.! 8!rt)0.U0 Tojrlnc Cra. 24 h.n.. . . $1350.00 aad 1 1650.00 Tourlns Car. 35 b p.. 4 cylinders $2150.00 Centlemsn'a Roadster S2150.00 Send lor Ciiilococ nd Us; of Used Cms Agsnts wanted where not represented. A. W. GUMP AUTO CO., 1113 S. Main St Los Anceles i-H-H-H-K-H-i-I-H-!-: l-l I I 1 t Col. Randolph $ b 1 MENDOCINO (3) 2:19'i 5 Sire of Monte Carlo 2:07'i and V others in the ten list. S ? Dam by Mambrino Wilkes, sire y J of several in 2:15 list J 4 Service fee. $13.00 for the season. 4 Old race track. T WHEAT. Owner. A . -!i K ' M"H"M"M"H"H" . if f-a ! --' Runabout, fjj ISh.p Sirtio.uo ! l-" Tojrlng Cars, . 24 h.n.... $1350.00 aad $1650.00 H. O. RAMSEY VETERINARY SURGEON. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horses and nice rigs for hire. Office and stable corner First av enue and Jefferson St. Phone Black 552. Ptioentx. Ariz. Send a copy of the Homeseeker's edition of The Republican to a friend j back east. The postage Is only two cents for the 24 pages of special mat ter, or three cents for the entire issue. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of the district clerk, theprobate court and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona I -.-m L i aumihii cc line twilipany. The" records for yesterday were: Arizona Easter Donofrio Cactus Candy Grows in deserts, packed and made in Phoenix, put up in Handsome embos- ! ed box, and distributed all over the i S. mail. PROFESSIONAL NOTARY PUBLIC. PATENT ATTORNEYS Patents. rooynKlits, IridcmiTkt Amt-rirtn snd foreUn. JAMK.4 K. TiHVNitSII, -i30 brndbury building, Los Angeles. Cal. E. E. PASCOE, Notary Public Con veyancing a specialty. Acknowledg ments taken. 110 North Center SL RECORDER'S OFFICE. C. W. Hunter to J. I. Collin part of Section 2! IX rE. W. K. James and wife to Chas. A. Stanffer of a! lots 1234567 8. blk. 12 Brill's addn. . May R. Portor to L. E. Hewlns lot 1 blk. 21 Collins addn. Clinton Campbell GENERAL. CONTRACTOR Residence ' Telephone DR. W. S. LOWH Veterinarian. Office 17 N. 1st Ave. Office Phone, Red 122S. Res. Phone. County 44. ENGINEERS AND METALLURGISTS JQ. A. Kinit. Astayer A Metallurgist, Mining Milling. femeUiin and Irrigation Mai-biner; 18 N. Second Ave. Phoenix. Ariz 357 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177 BARNETT E. MARKS, Attorney and Counsellor. Office 411 Fleming Bldg., Phoenix, Ariz. Patents secured.