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TUE ARIZONA: KEUBUCAtf, FRIDAY 31ftlMXG,'3IAY- 1, 1908.
Ammm
pis an ordeal which all women
approach with dread, for noth
ing compares to the pain of
child-birth. - The thought of
the suffering in store for her,
robs the expectant mother of
pleasant anticipations, and casts over her a shadow of gloom.
Thousands of women have found the use of Mother's Friend during
pregnancy robs confinement of much pain and insures safety to life
of mother and child. This liniment is a god-send to women at the
critical time. Not onlv does Mother's Friend carry women safely
through the perils of child-birth, but it gently -prepares the system for
the coming event, relieves J
"morning sickness." and oth-1
er discomforts of this period
So'd br dmirritt : SI .00 pt bottle. Book
rnvTKinirg Tainihteinform&tioo mailed fret
TIE BBADFIBLD REGULATOR CO.
AtUnta, G. . . .
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
TCMPE Frank W. Griffin. W. H. Hogls MESA.
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"ICE CREAM SODA "
Try it at Our Store Today
HARMER'S DRUG STORE
Next Door to Postofflce.
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 3'ou our new stock
J. J. HODNETT, Tempe
CANDIES, ICE CREAMS, S HERBERTS, SUNDAES, DRINKS.
Tempe's Favorite Warm Weather Retreat. ,
Sanichas' Store,
Haskell Brown. Manager, inv ites all to enjoy Sanichas- best goods.
Packard will be fill and a new presi
dent will be elected.
BOUGHT RANGE CATTLE.
Andrace Jerson and O. L. Standage
returned day before yesterday form a
trip to Roosevelt. The trip was made
by- stage and was one of business as
well as pleasure. While at Roosevelt
they negotiated with John Amer of
Livingstone for 5UU head of two and
throe" year old range steers. Mr. Jep
son tukes 3H(t head und Mr. Standage
the balance. The cattle are now on the
r.uid to the valley and will arrive here
sometime the early part of the week.
Jude Howell of Tonlo brought down
a' hundred and sixtv odd head this
week which Avere sold to eorge Tay
lor anil were" branded at the Franken
berg coral yesterday.
Hodnett and Carr, resident under
takers and embalmers. Phone 1T9. '
. ELECTION DAY.
Tomorrow gives promise of being a
decidedly busy day here. Aside from
the Prohibition election there will be
two conventions, cine each of the cit
izens" and peoples' parties for the pur
pose of nominating a city ticket. The
indications are that the election to
morrow will be an exciting one. The
saloon element has been busy and has
engaged rigs in advance in anticpation
of the busy day. The prohibitionists
have been no less active and have se
cured plenty of conveyances for the
day's business.. The polls will be open
at the public school building from 6
to fi.
NEW MANAGER.
Win. Bin-hell, who for some time
past has had clmrse of the Pioneer
market, has severed his connection
with the market and will shortly leave
for California where- lie will devote
his time to privte interests. The new
manager of the market will be S. W.
Quin'U who has been with the Inde
pendent market in Phoenix lately.
For Sanitol Preparations call on us we have
a full supply
LAIRD & DINES
CORNER DRUG STORE
TEMPE, ARIZONA
Phone 231
LILY MILK
A HOME PRODUCT.
For Sale by all Grocers
MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE, ARIZONA
NOTES AND PERSONALS.
A. Boweman and two nephews, the
Messrs. Weston, who have been spend
ing the winter here, left last night
for Xe'.v Mexico, where they w ill .re
main during the summer months.
Col. Alonzo Ridley is seriously ill.
Dr. J. B. Nelson of Mesa was a
business visitor here yesterday.
John Birchett has taken to ranch
life for the summer and for the next
few months v.ill run a baler. His out
fit commences work today on the Mark
Redden ranch.
W S Pii-krell of Phoenix transacted
i business on the south side yesterday.
A shipment of cattle was made to
Tombstone and another one to Doug
las yesterday.
A member of the Higgins well drill
ing outfit suffered 'a smashed finger
yesterday.
l.udwig Sedig left yesterday for Je
doine where he will resume work after
having been laid up for a few weeks as
the result of an accident. Mrs. Sedig
will leave tonight. i
There will be a Spanish supper serv
ed by the young ladies of the Catholic
church Sunday evening in the base
ment oi the chun h.
The Christian Endeavor Society of
the Christian church' will serve cake
and ice cream on the lawn at the
tabernacle tonight. ' 1.1c. All friends
are cordially invited.
THE MOST COMPLETE LINE
Of Shirt Waists on the South Side
-: at the
E Lutein Cash Store
ed to make Ice at his plant on the north
side of Main utreet, has his plant run
ning in full blast now. The daily ca
pacity of the plant is five tons per day
of the crystal clear. The .system em
ployed is . of direct expansion and
ammonia is used for freezing purposes.
This has been piped on both sides of
Main street and is now used by several
of the stores for cold storage purposes.
It Is thought that it will soon be In
stalled in some of the places of busi
ness for lowering the temperatue dur
ing tho warm weather. ,
A FAREWELL RECEPTION.
Lorenzo Lizenbee who - will .leave
shortly on a mission to the South Sea
Islands, was tendered a farewell re
ception last evening. Mr. Lizenbee will
go direct from here to Salt Lake City
where he will spend several days, and
from- that place will go to San Fran
cisco where he will take passage for his
field of labor.
The following which were dedicated
to Mr. Lizenbee by M. A. Stewart of
this place, show the esteem in which
he is held by his friends here, and that
they wish him a safe return:
When far away from us you roam.
Remember you have friends al home.
Such friends as these are friends in
deed. And will be true in times of need.
May angels now their vigils keep,
And guard you safely o'er the deep.
Though angry Waves doth lash the skyj
Your bark shall ride them high and
drv.
Then trust in Him who calmed the sea.
When Storm-king rode o'er Galilee.
And He will bring you home again.
Though angTy demons ride the main.
Then thou shall know, for fear shall
flw.
That Ood is watching over thee.
Win. P. Crump Hay and Giain Co.
sells Arizona Oranges. tl'.
Merchants lunch at the Hotel Adams
Cafe from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Price
50 cents.
MtSA
CITY BREVITIES.
Mrs. Joe Peterson and Mrs. John
Pomeroy were passengers to Phoenix
yesterday morning on a shopping trip.
E- P. Grover. who recently purchased
the store here owned by Phil Peterson,
went to Phoenix on personal business
yesterday morning. Mr. Urover expects
to make a numtfer of improvements in
his store, and will add to the stock.
A phone message received from Pres
cott yesterday morning was to the ef
fect that James Scott, who has been
dangerously ill with an attack of ap
pendicitis there, is slightly improved.
A meeting of the directors of the
Mesa City bank, was held in the bank
building Wednesday evening.
Mr. Porter In the employ of the Scott
brothers wsa in Mesa yesterday.
Mr. Duncan who homesteaded a
quarter section of government land
east of town a short time since, was
a visitor to town yesterday. '
A. V. Lee of Deshler. Ohio, and
president of the bank there, spent yes
terday as the guest of Dr. Chandler at
his ranch home.
Henry Riggs is reported very III at
his home west of the Tabernacle here.
Dr. Dines of Laird and Dines drug
store of Tempe. was a business visitor
in town yesterday morning.
A man by the name of Dyer and an
other, a native. Manuel Manson, were
fined ten dollars and cost, in Judge
Guthrie's court yesterday on a charge
of drunkenness.
A canvass made among the business
houses here shows that a large percent
of them will close during the parade of
children which will take place on Main
street this afternoon.
Walkover Shoes
Satisfy men who are hard to satisfy
either from a view point of style or
comfort. Walkover style means more
than a mere correctness of outline.
These shoes meet the requirements of
fashion without losing the graceful
proportion, trimness and becomingness
Their comfort is immediate and last
ing. They fit from the first like a
foot print. - -
In different grades of leather.
Hyder Bros.,
Tempe.
TEMPE
RECITAL AT NORMAL.
Mrs. Amalia Schmidt Gobble Will Ap
pear There Monday Evening.
and enabled Mrs. Goble to score a big
hit. She responded to demands for an
encore with the wonderful Gennar
love song: 'Ich Liebe Dich' and agaii:
held the audience responsive to the
spell of her music."
Music lovers of Temie will be of
fered an opportunity next Monday ev
ening at the normal auditorium to
hear Mrs. Amalia Schmidt Gobble, the
noted soprano of Davenport. Iowa
who came west for the puroose- of
taking in the "Messiah" at the
Arizona School of Music a f-v-- week
ago. Mrs. Gobble. is now on a trip to
the northern ;ajt of the territory
where s!ie jrave a recital. at. Williams
and will also give another at Prcscott.
Her only public appearance before a
Tempe audience was on Kaster Sun
day at the Congregational church
Those who then hearj her will as
suredly not only attend the concert
Monday evening but will also induce
their friends to attend. The price of,
admission will be but 31 cents, a much
smaller admission thut than Mrs. Gob
ble customarily charges at her recitals.
Of her work the Daveniwut Times
says:
"Mrs. Amalia Schmidt Gobble sang
three beautiful numbers, her high clear
tones and perfect enunciation being
noticeable with ev'ory note. "Ah Love,
hut a Da:" was followed by 'A Mad
rigal" and "The Hills- Skye." The
last two songs are by Victor Harris
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
The following resolutions of con
dolence have been drafted bv Tempe
Lodge No. :!6 K. of P.: "Since God ir.
his wisdom has called from a life ot
labor the mother of our brother knight 1
Charles G. Steele. Therefore be it.
Resolved. That we, Tempe Lodg(
Xo. 6. Knights of Pythias, in cast!
hall assembled, extend to him and Mrs
Steele our sincere sympathy in this
hour of their great bereavement, trust
ing that the Great Father of all may
comfort their sa1 hearts with the hope
of a happy nieetng in the world to
come.
R. H. H. I '.LOME.
A. J. MATTHEWS.
Committee.
BOARD OF TRADE MEETING.
A special meeting of the directors
of tlwTemiie board of trade was held
Wednesday evening. The business of
the evening wa-s largely concerned in
the matter of the pamphlet that is to
be published and a committee consist
ing of C. W. Miller and J. B. Cook
was appointed to prepare the matter
for publication. Next Monday evening
the regular monthly meeting of the
board will be hehl and at that lime
the vacancy in tho board of directors
caused by the resignation of B. A.
KINDERGARTEN ENTERTAIN
MENT.
The Kindergarten conducted here for
the past winter by the Misses Schaefer
of Philadelphia, will hold its closing
entertainment this afternoon at 3
o'clok. Tho walls of the kindergarten
room have been tastefully decorated
with the work of the little folks, and
is arranged in varied colored groups,
showing the work done by each during j
the term. The exhibit is a credit to
both the teachers and pupils, and
shows the results of careful training;.
' The following is the program to be
rendered this afternoon:
Greeting By Class
Opening Address Betty Palmer
Three Ball Games (a) Ball Gaines
(b) Lullaby c Flight of the Birds
(d) Ball Games illustrating the
first gift.
Dialogue Law
rence Drane and Francis Waring
Leaves and the Children. Myrtle RMsse
Song in German Class
Boys' Rights William Montgomery
Dear Little Violet Lena Brown
Why? Marion Scott
Lovely May Class
My Shadow ..Kuth Huber
Song .' Class
The Flag Asafoetida Johnson
Charles Wonder Laura Spangler
Song Class
Dialogue
... Ruth Huber and Laura Spangler
When I Am a Man ..James McCormick
The Census ' Betty Palmer
The Little People.. .... Martha Spangler
Choice of Trades trani js Waring.
William Montgomery, Lawrence
Drane. James McCormick.
very Day Politeness
Laura Spangler and Francis Waring
Vacation Francis Waring
American Flag . .C'la.s.,
My Country Tis of Thee All
FIRST CANTALOUPE BLOSSOMS.
Messrs. Duke and Radeil are the first
cantaloupe growers here to report
plants that have advanced sufficiently
to blossom. The indications from the
mass of bloom which has now appeared
on the vines are thut this year's crop
will be a good one. Quite a large acre
age in this section has been devoted to
this product this season.
TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS.
We carry only the best $
grade of goods. 1
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Which is .the cheapest?
t PABBV'Q
-y m a m a a X - - - .
J
iCash Store
Best in the West.
Standard Bred. Trap
Nested , Poultry.
Eggs, per setting, dur
ing Ma:-. 51.011; J4.un
per hundred.
CALLA-DALE POUL
TRY FARM.
C. W. Alexander. Prop.
Tempe. Arizona.
TO LOCATE CAMPING GROUND.
Lieutenant Viewer, accompanied by
Private Knubis of the Fifth United
States Cavalry rode over from Sacaton
yesterday morning where they have
been located for the post few months.
Lieutenant Viewer is making arrange
ments to establish a camp in the vicin
ity of Mesa and will remain here for
several weeks. The camping party will
consist of the lieutenant and wife, and
three troupers.
The party is engaged in making maps
for the war department of different
overland routes and accessible water
supply.
NEW ICE PLANT IN OPEHATION.
" Earnest Crisraon who recently start -
ME8A ADVERTISEMENTS.
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.
200 acres IV- miles from Mesa, In
grain and alfalfa; plenty water. $100
per acre.
80 acres I mile from Mesa, In al
falfa and truck crop: good orange
land: Mesa water. Price $10,400; one
third down, balance long time.
80 acres 4 miles from Mesa, all In
alfalfa; good $2.nni) brick house; Utah
water. Price Jio.3.10.
Six 40 acre rarthes from $4,000 to
$5,000; all improved and In train and
alfalfa.
Pomerqy-Guth'rie
Realty Co.
Oldest Agency in Mesa.
1st door east of P.O.. Mesa. Arizona.
ITCHING
CZEMA
E
FIFTY-FIVE YEARS
Suffered Torments from Birth
Boils Formed as Big as Walnuts
. In Frightful Condition and Could
. Hardly Work Tried Ail Kinds of
Remedies to No Avail At Last
WHOLLY CURED IN 8
MONTHS BY CUTICURA
. "I had an itching, tormenting eczema
ver 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.
hut 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 loils, which kept
growing until they were a big as wal
nuts; causing great pain and misery. I
thought they would take the-skin off
my whole body, but I kept from scratch
ing" a well as I could. I was so run
down that I could hardly do my work.
Mr. Nelson R. Burnett recommended
the use of Cuticura Remedies, telling
me he was confident they would benefit
and, in time, cur me. I used the Cuti
cura Soap, Ointment. Resolvent, ana
Pill for about eight months, and I can
truthfully say I am cured. I corriialjy
recommend Cuticura Remedies to all
wrn ore afflicted the same as I was, be
lieving that, if they will usi them
according to directions, they will .fiDd
th"m all thev are represented to lie.
Any one doubting the truth of theabove
rati write t;Mr. Burnett, who will cheer
fully vouch for my statements.
Halo Bordwell, R. F. I). 3. Cedar
Corners, Tipton, la., Aug. 17, l'JOT."
I cheerfully endorse the above tes
timonial. It is the truth. I know .Mr.
Bordwell and know the condition he
was in. H never tires of praising tho
Cuticura Remedies.
'Kelson R. Burnett, Tinton, la.
Merchants lunch at the Hotel Adams
Cafe from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Price
50 cents.
Crasville No. 3924
THE RIGHT WAY j
must be accorded to the automobila In i
its care and repair both for business
ami pleasure. V have, the best .etiuip- !
ped shop in Phoenix for firstclass
work bv first-class mechanics.
Work Guaranteed. Machines Rented. ;
SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO.
' Phone Main 345. I
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The noted French coach stallion will
make the season 190S at Cowboy Cor
ral, Five Pointa. Phoenix, Arizona.
For terms, etc-, apply at West Ad
ms street or at corral.
flentlr anointings with Cuticira. the
great Skin Cure, preceded by warm
Wat lis with Cuticura Soap, followed in
the severer f"rms, with mild descs of
Cuticura Resolvent Pills, afford instant
relief, permit rest and sleep, and point
to a seely cure of torturing, disfigur
ing, itching, burning, and scaly humors,
eczemas, rashes, end inflammations,
from infancy t age.
Ciit(Min s.inri to rii tti Skin. Cuil
cura im t-iipnf i.vir.i to IIphi ihf stun. f'uti
rurn Kf-rtvent i.Vlr t.for in thp form nf nKV-tilate
o.itl fill 2.V-. ipr vMI of 8" to mirj: the Uiuofl.
ihrnusfi'iut thr world, t'oitr irug 4c L'hem.
Corn . Ho) l-roo.. Nfton. Mrt.
aur-MAlled Free, cuticura book on Skin Diieuea
I Clinton Campbell :
GENERAL CONTRACTOR ll K k A
Residence. Telephone S' ' fl
357 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177 1 rXi 1
A Case of Jewelry SfN? WL
U DESIGNS. J
gpf mesa. arizU
One of the neatest ideas In rings
has a circle of six stones thus arrang
ed: Ruby, Kuierald. Garnet, Ame
thyst, Ruby and Diamond, the six ini
tials forming the word "RKGARD."
These were made in the past. They
are now made for the "Present" we
are currying a surprisingly big stock
of "Birth-stone" Rings, warranted to
please the most fastidious taste. Also
the most modest iurse.
F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO.
10-12 W. Wash. St. Phone Red 1284.
PIANO TUNING
$2. 50
In Phoenix during the month of May. All ' work guaranteed. Leave
orders at French's Jewelry Store or at Fountain's Music Store.
(Tk S.tr. Clif')
6US. Grant Are. Los Anzeies J.W. Lacke7 Mst
THE MISSION
A resort for gentlemen. The
original BUOWEISER BEER
on draught
FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop.
Parker Hotel
EUROPEAN PLAN.
i' Rooms and Restaurant. First-class
service. Tlie only Hotel in
Parker, Arizona,
P. Tisdale, Prop.
Moore & McLellan
Undertakers and Embalmers.
- tAdy Assistant ' - '
l West Adams B"rwt
Telephone Mata lit.
J-1-
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3. orders at French's Jewelry Store or at Fountain's Music Store.
t; ' .
i HAMILTON BROS., J
The Reliable Piano Tuners. Sixth Year in Phoenix, "j",
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f Math i ups yi
' ; ' EVERY DAY
fi BUT STILL HAVE A FEW MORE TO DISPOSE OF AT THE W
I SPECIAL RATE OF
Pi
, fl FOR A "STANDARD" C A.ST IRON WHfTE ENAMELED TUB FIVE ' ;
a FEET LONG WITH A THREE INCH ROLL RIM. THIS PRICE j
HOLDS GOOD ONLY AS LONG AS THE STOCK OF TUBS LASTS. 'fi.
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:U Geo. Hageman ,-Mt
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