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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN-FRIDAY MORNING,-3IAY- 29, 1908. 8 i No woman can. te happy without children is her nature tolove them as much so as it is the beautiful and pure. The ordeal through which theexpectant mother must nass is so frausht with dread that the very thought fills her with apprehension. There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either very painful or dangerous. The use of Mother's Friend pre pares the system for the coming event, and it is passed without any danger. This remedy is applied exiernally, and has carried thousands of women through the crisis T7Tw V Vt 1 7 with but little suffering. . I Iff I fnl ISZ ur.l... f... Kt mnriiniti information llvlfAl ffl IB I1U of ralae to all expectant mother. ' I Ijvir BftADFIELD REGULATOR GO. Atlanta, Bm. m I SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE Frank W. Qriff.n. W. H. HoflU MESA. I BlMiMMBKBil "ICE CREAM SODA" Try it at Our Store Today HARMER'S DRUG STORE Next Door to Postofflce. Monday 25, we will commence our short end or remnant sale.' After our bis sale, we find we have a lot of short ends left on our hands which we must dispose of. J.J. HODNETT, TEMPE If You want a delicious Ice Cream Soda, Call on us. LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA Phone 231 LILY MILK A HOME PRODUCT. For Sale by all Grocers MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE, ARIZONA HIDE 'ER" When the bosom of your shirt wears through,' And the cuffs upon your sleeves tear, too, You can easy put a coat on you And "Hide 'er." And your collars, from wear each day, Get that saw-like edge to stay, But you turn them wrong side. out and say: I'll "Hide 'er." At times your socks will wear out, too, And your big toe comes peeping through, But by simply putting on Selz shoe You "Hide 'er." Clothes make the man, so I implore Don't "Hide 'er," but go to Hyder's store, Who sold you ROYAL BLUE before. That's "HYDER" Hamilton Brown Shoes We are the sole agent on the south side for this make of Shoes. LUKIN CASH STORE TEMPE CLOSING EXERCISES. Of the Normal Training School Yes terday Forenoon. - The closing exercises of the Nor mal Training school occurred at the training school yesterday forenoon and marked the termination of one of the most successful years of the institution. Thirty-one pupils receiv ed diplomas which entitle them to entrance to either, the first year of the Normal or the new High school next fall. . The closing exercises were excep tionally pleasing, the major portion of them consisting of an operetta, "The Garden of Little O Dear." in which Mildred ilanley and Gussie Miller took the leading parts, as sisted by the children of the primary grades. The music of the operetta was splendid and quite correctly represented the work of the school in this particular subject during the year. The program was opened by a two part song. "Our Festal lay,'' by the school. This was followed . by the oiierctta and the entertainment was concluded by the class song, "Train ing School, My Training School," ap propriate words having been written to the ajr of that famous song, "Maryland. My Maryland." The exercises were witnessed by a crowded house of relatives and friends of the pupils and the large assembly room was taxed to its full est capacity. The class motto is "Dare to do right," and the follow ing named were grajited diplomas: Marie Alexander, Don Alexander, Ethel Billingsly, Rita Cole, Maud Cole. Paul Corbell, Ida Fourr. Floyd Fisk, Anna Ford, Ernest Gilleland, Horace Griffin, Tommy Gailey, Julius Goodwin, Pansy Harmon, Edna Mil ler, Wallace Miller, Lillian Meskim mons, Will Nash, Lela Rich, Kather ine Parry, Fred Parry. Charles Parry, Walter Pine, Charles Ruis, Caroline Ruis, Irene Robbins, Beulah Stur geon, Charles Sturgeon, Carl Spang ler, Ida Tyler, Edith Warner. At a fitting moment during the ex ercises, Miss Katherine Parry, on be half of the class, presented Dr. R. II. IL Iilome with a beautiful watch charm as a token of regard. tain approximately how much help will be required, to harvest the crop. Indian Agent Alexander was bere this week and offers the association a good proposition in the way of supplying Indian laborers. He will be here again next week and it is necessary for the association to form some estimate of the amount of help that will be required. SUPERVISORS' VISIT. Supervisors L. M. Hoghe and John P. Orme of Phoenix were visitors here Wednesday afternoon. Accom panied by Superintendent L. D. Crook of the -Tempe canal, they made .a thorough investigation of the propos ed new road along the Tempe canal to the dam, more specifically men tioned recently in this paper. Both gentlemen after looking over the ground expressed themselves as in favor of the project and it is alto gether likely that the road will be opened during 'the summer. v EXCURSION TO MESA. On account of the presentation of the Comedy, "The Maneuvers of Jane," by the senior class of the Phoenix High school at the Vance opera house in Mesa this evening, a special train will be run from Phoe nix and Tempe. A special round trip rate will be made from here of 35 cents. Hodnett and Carr, resident under takers and embalmers. Phone 179. THE THURSDAY CLUB. The Ladies' Thursday Bridge Club was delightfully . entertained Wednes day afternoon at the Cusa Loma by Mrs. Oberbeck. Mrs. West and Mrs. Murphy were the prize winners. The same club met yesterday . afternoon with Mrs. M. G. Hill. ENTERTAINED AT DINNER. Mrs. Ira H. Frankenberg pleasantly entertained at dinner Wednesday evening the members of the faculty of the Alma school, she having been a member of It previous to her mar riage. Those ' who partook of her hospitality were Misses Maude Wil son, Mary Willett, Bertha Stewart. Elizabeth Cosner and Principal Orrin Standage. A PLEASANT SURPRISE. Miss Fernandez, librarian of the Normal, was treated to a pleasant surprise Wednesday afternoon by the members of the Philomethian society, of which she has been monitor the past term. As an expression of their appreciation of her interest in the work of the society, she was pre sented with a handsome chafing dish. Mt5A INDIAN HAS GAY TIME. An Indian whose identity has not been learned, created quite an excite ment on Main street on Wednesday evening last, by first imbibing a larg er quantity of fire water than was nec essary, and then riding a horse up and down the main thoroughfare and las soing anyone who came within range of his 40 foot lariat. To him the street and side walk, both looked alike, evidently, for if anyone to whom he turned his attention hap pened to be on the s.dewalk, he im mediately rode up on It and proceeded to get busy. It was while mak'.ig one of these excursions down the cement walk In front of the bank on MacDonald street, that the attention of W. J. Le Baron, who was just closing the store of Lesueur & Gibbons, was called to the fact. The disturber had just halted on the bank corner, Le Bnron at ' once startW for his man. The Indian per ceiving he was wanted, at once lashed his horse into a gallop and Mr. Lt Baron ran for his wheel, which was standing beside the bank building. The Indian started first south, then east, until he reached the road known as the Base Line, reaching a place where the M. & P.railroad cuts through a large tract of land owned by Mr. Stewart. At this point Ix Baron had gained on him until the Indian was only a short distance in front, when the pursued man turned his horse on the railroad track, ahd then started across country. Mr. Le Baron being unable to secure a horse watched his man who was con tinually waving his hat and shouting, ride off In the distance. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Young of Wenden is a guest of Mrs. M. J. House and. Miss Mar jorie Leavell. ' A. H. Rieckhoff has accepted the agency of the Mesa steam laundry and will give the Tempe part of the business his personal attention. Harry Thompson of San Francisco was a business visitor here yester day. O. C. and Rowland Jones, both graduates mf the Normal, visited here Wednesday and left that evening for Salt Lake City, where both will be married at an early date. A. C. Ozanne is sporting a new rig. M. E. Curry is making some sub stantial improvements td his business and residence property. Henry Woolpert of the Verde was a visitor here yesterday. Assistant Agent Dycus of the M. & P. has purchased two lots east of the M. E. Church, South, from the Tempe Land and Improvement com pany and expects to build on them during the summer. A shipment of dates for the gov ernment farm from Bagdad, Persia, was received here yesterday. OURfc THE CAUSE How to Remedy Much of the Suffer ing in Phoenix. Half of the sickness and suffering in Phoenix comes from a weak stom ach. Cure the cause by using Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets and be well anQ happy. Even the most chronic cases yield to Mi-o-na. W. C. Worrell,connect ed with the Lake Shore Railroad for years, says: "For fifteen years I had acute stomach trouble and nothing helped me. A friend recommended Mi-o-na and two boxes entirely cured me. Cure the cause of your suffering and be well and happy. If the stomach is weak and you have indigestion, flatulence, dizziness, headace, etc., get a 50-ccnt box of Mi-o-na from Larson Drug company. They give an absolute guarantee to refund the money unless Mi-o-na cures YOUR VACATION WILL BE COM PLETE if you will order the daily Re publican sent to you while away, from town. B mail 75 centa, per month. What can you get more pleasure out of than thfej 2 1-2 cents per day. Phone Main 47. TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. I MELON GROWERS' MEETING. There will be an important meet- ' ! .. . . r l. i"1 . . . x.i . . . . iif. t'l mr icriupt; Mt'iuii lilunrnt as sociation at the canal office tomor row afternoon at the usual hour. The purpose of the meeting is to ascer- ,iH..HHH i I i I M i 1 1 1 N"1"M- Mason Jars Galore at PARRY'S Cash Store ! 4.11.1. It niii Mil IIimWH Best In the West. Standard Bred, Trap Nested Poultry. -Eggs, per setting, dur ing May, 1.00; $4.00 per hundred. CALLA-DALE POUL TRY FARM. C. W. Alexander, Prop. Tempe, Arizona. ENTERTAIN TEACHERS. "Mrs. May Peterson on Wednesday evening last entertained Mrs. Baker, Miss Mellon and Mrs. Lewis, teachers in the Mesa public schools, at an in formal dinner party, which was com plimentary to them before they start on their summer vacations. Mrs. Bak er,, will soon leave for her home in the state of Washington, and Miss Mellen, in a few days wtil go to Casa Grande, which is located in this territory. POMEROY VS. SMITH. In the suit filed by Frank T. Pome roy against H. E. Smith for the rent of a saloon and fixtures, which was heard in the District court in Phoenix, Wed nesday before Judge Kent, Mr. Pom. eroy obtained judgement for J110. PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Chas. Attaway who is employed In the Mesa Meat market early yestwday morning met with a painful accident while cutting a piece of meat, the saw slipped and striking the fore finger of his left hand below t'He knuckle joint cut and lacerated 'almost the full length of his finger! Dr. Drane was called and dressed the wound. TOWN BRIEFS Cloyd Jones and Miss Kemp, will soon leave for Salt, Lake City, where they will be marries! in the Mormon temple located .there, Mr. Jones has recently returned from a mission to the Hawaiian Islands and his fian ce. Miss Kemp, hi mnt!t recently been teaching school'ln 'the Gila valley. The Ladles ' Aid "ftf the Methodist church, met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. H. 'Best." There was a large number of the members pres ent, refreshments were served. Miss Mary Crouch, and Miss Hazel Murpford were in T,npe yesterday, .visiting with Miss lujlen at the Nor mal. -Mrs. W. H. Hogle,- who has .been at the St. Joseph hospital In Phoenix where she under went an operation three weeks ago, was able to return home Wednesday. She is steadily improving. Miss Leon Heaston yesterday left for Phoenix where she will remain un til Saturday, the guest of Mrs. Grant A fine baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Luna. Mrs. Luna Is better known as Catherine Valenzuela. Both Mr. and Mrs." Luna have remarkably fine voices and have appeared In pub lic several times. EXCURSION TO BALL GAMES. A rate of 50 cents for the round tripf from Mesa to Phoenix will be given by the M. and P. Saturday and Sunday on account of the ball games there between Prescott and Phoenix and the Y. M. C. A. and Phoenix. Some of the Mesa players are in the Phoenix lineup. o 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 Abstract & Title Company. The records for yesterday were: RECORDER'S OFFICE. C. W. Pressley and wife to W. B. Randall, deed part Sec. 29-5S-4W. F.t M. Murphy and wife to S. W. Hamilton, deed lot 10, Blk, 2 Brill's Addn. . G. W- Kritzinger and wife to S. R. V. Townsite Co., deed part Sec. 23-3N- 1E. W. W. Hibbard and wife to H. O. Ramsey deed 9 lots H. Grays Sub. E. J. Bennitt and wife to R. H. Wil liams. Sr., deed parf lots 10, 8, Ben nett Place. MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. 20 acres, 4 share Utah water, $1000 brick house, 2 wells cased 150 ft. deep, good shade orchard all fenced. acres la garden. Price $3500.00. 160 acres at $50.00 per acre. 109 acres can be irrigated under Mesa canal balance under New Gov't canal Joins land held at $150.00 per acre. Also 5, 10, 20. 40, 80. 16a acre tracts. Money to Loan. Pomeroy-Guthrie Realty Co. Oldest Agency in Mesa. 1st door east of P.O.. Mesa. Arizona. ;,...H,.tW..i..1.,t...,l..I..M..l..H.,n If. MESA HOTEL European - plan. Large, clean X airy rooms. Good restaurants A T nearby. Everything first class. T L. V. GUTHERIE. PROPRIETOR. A SAN1A CRUZ MINE -THE GRINGO PROPERTY The Plans For- Its Early Development Have Been Decided Upon. Patagonia, May 26. (Special Corre spondence of . The Republican.) The development of the . Gringo gold mine will not be such a slow aud strenuous task as was anticipated a couple of weeks ago, when the management or dered, five, extra stamps to be added to the little five stajnp mill now in operation" at the mine. The stock holders Hiye announced their intention to actvance the money for the installa tion f twenty more . stamps, . whioh will give the. mine a thirty stamp mill in which " to treat the ore mined. -. Af ter ordering the five additional stamps for fhe mill. Manager Wyott confer red Kith -the officers and, directors of the owmpany, and d ismssetrnrtth them his plan to treat high grade ore with the ten stamp mill to earn money for a larger mill with which to treat-the low grade ore. As a result of the con-, ference several of the officers and stockholders of the 'company visited the mine a few days ago and after viewing "the work done and the large body . of ore In sight, decided to ad vance the money for twenty more stamps for the mill and to push the development work. The officers and stockholders who visited the mine were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckart, Mr. and Mrs. R. Schlef-ersteln.-Mrs. Schmidt, Frank Falke, Fort Wayne. Indiana: Mrs. Obar, Chi cago. Mr. Falke Is president and Mr. Eckart is vice president of the Gringo Gold Mining & Milling company. Mr. McPherson of Pasadena, secretary of the company, also visited the mine this week. The five stamps ordered for the mill are expected In about two weeks and will be put in place at once. When that work is done the working force at the mine will be Increased and un derground development work done to put he mine in condition for increas ing its output, which will be necessary when the twenty additional stamps which the directors have authorized the management to order, will have been added to the plant, giving the Gringo "a thirty stamp mill. The work shaft at the Gringo now has a depth of 120 feet, but the stope from which ore Is now being mined is at the sixty-foot level. Another level will be opened lower down, while the shaft is being sunk deeper. The shaft will be sunk to the five hundred foot level. To do the work now about to be commenced, will necessitate the in stallation of new and heavier machin ery, and a Corliss engine and new hoist will be put in. The work at the Gringo is now being done in a sys tematic manner, under the direction of Grant Lewis, a mine superintendent well known in Arizona and Nevada CUREBYCUTlCURft at ciiyyssioH Young Woman Found in Awful Con dition with Scabies Body a Mass ' of Sores from Scratching Tried Many Remedies for Seven Weeks Result Was Discouraging, But ITCHING TORTURES YIELDED TO CUTICURA mm "While I was doing missionary work - In the lower portion of several cities I -found it Sjecessary to know s little of ..the efflcaey of a few medicines and after a while I found that a little knowl edge of Cuticura was about all I needed. One f the very bad cases I had to deal - with-was- that of a young woman who -' had come to us not only broken in spirit but in a most awful condition physically. Our doctor examined her and told us that she had scabies (the itch), incipient paresis, rheumatism, " etc., brought on from exposure and the effects of her ragged -edged life. Her poor body was a mass of sores from scratching and she was not able to retain solid food. We tried many things, a good tonic was prescriled and baths with a rubbing of lard and sulphur. We worked hard for seven weeks and you can imagine how discouraged we were when, after all that time, we could see so little improvement. One day I hap pened to' see a Cuticura advertisement telling how a little baby had been cured of a bad case of skin eruption, and although I had but ninety-seven cents with me. I bought a cake of Cuti cura Soap and a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent. When I reached home I was like a child with a new toy, and we bathed our patient well and gave her a full dose of the ResolTent. Khe slept Ihat night better than she had since she had been with us and the next day I located the price of a box of Cuticura Ointment. I am not exaggerating when I sar that in exactly live weeks this young woman was able to look for a position, being strong enough to work and full of ambition. In another month she left the home, and now has i a good position in a nice family where she is respected and is strong and well. You mav refer any one you wish to me, personally. Laura Jane Bates, 85 Fifth Ave., Kew York, N. Y.. Mar. 11, 1907." ComplM ExtfTMl nd Intirrud Treatment for Fvmt Humor ot Intents. Children. mi Adulu. ron IUU of Cuncur 6P 25c.) lo fane the skin. Cullriim Ointro nt (50c.) to Heal the skin. no Cuu rura Rertveni 5nc .). (or In the form of rhocolata O wiled Fills. 25c per rial of em to Punfy the Blood. " Bold Uirr.Twhout the world. Potter lrug Ctum. Corp Sole erorei. Bonton. Ma aMiuled tree Caucuxs Book on Skin Dm MM. L. W. GREEfi, PLUMBER 217 W. Wash. Street , Phone Red 1131 Let me figure on your plumbing. Satisfac tion guaranteed. .Re pairs -promptly taken care of. 1 - : GOOD MEATS We have the only meat mar ket. In Phoenix handling only strictly firstclass Steer Meat. All kinds of fancy cooked meats jellied corned beef, jel lied head cheese, minced corned beef in blocks. The only origi- nal Juicy boiled ham. Beef. T veal, mutton, .pork only hrst- a class meats. t PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET. and workingman's friend. a PETER SEEGER, Prop. 39 W. AVash. Thone Blk. 1141. T The HOFFMAN Everthing First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer cn Draught JACK GIBSON, Proprietor. Bettor cut herds-grass before It Mipkkiiius than to let it stand until it becomes hard. It it has begun to rip en seed it will make poor fodder for any. creature. ... ;" When you are mopping your face in the harvest sun, consider the good wife in the super-heated kitchen bending over a hot stove in the prep aration of food, and ask yourself if you have provided her with satisfac tory help. Full barns will bring one little Mitisfaction if the wife is broken down at the end of the harvest. o Praise your wife' when she gets you an extra good dinner, and you will get many more of them. Farmers," Miners and City Buyers A big stock of Canned Goods, Fruits and Meats, Bacon and Ham, just received all fresh and to be sold at lowest cash prices. FRANK GRiEBEL'S City Delivery. Phone and see. C1I-220 W. Washington St. Phone 43 . yJ Plumbing Perfection &0J I I You cannot exercise too much caution in II- I the selection and specification of your plumb- II I - 41 ing fixtures. Their construction and manner of installation are of IaI I 1 paramount importance to you if you would have good health. - ' y I .. . jmm. Health is wealth, and 1 sil'l ' 'Nlil tedar4" fixtures will I Jlfnri(V-i8S add wealth of health to , a!vV3o your home. Their im- . . 'iiri-Tl? maculate snow-white pur- t" -lX?yJ-Vy M?" ity and beauty of design A ' wl'1 VTOISST are without a peer and i Jj " vftv every piece is guaranteed v The reputation of this aTfllPTA famous ware and our own i V, 1 to ii I B good name for doing high- ! vtPl '1 W W c'ass wor'c insure you 1 ' . .. fcr..f v" jTllJ plumbing of high character. V !) WM-f Let s "timate for you. fj I 1 "41 t.jjhig3 and without cost. Whether ' gSgSSpr'5-"'-' 70U re going to build or .1 ' remodel, it will pay you to -7 ' . examine the fixture we have on display and get our prices. ' ' J Geo. Hageman y t"