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THE ARIZONA BrUJJLICAN TUESDAY JUNE, 10,,. 1908.
10 - FOB Rheumatism is caused by an excess of uric acid in tlie blood, brought about by the accumulation in the system of refuse matter which, the natural avenues of bodity waste hav failed to carry off. Thi3 waste or refuse matter ferments and sours and generates uric acid which is absorbed into the. blood and distributed to all parts of the body, and Iiheaniatism, with its. torturing pains and aches, inflammation and other disagreeable symptoms, gets pos session of the system. The aches and pains may be relieved and the inflam mation temporary reduced by the application of a good plaster, penetratin; liniment or some other simple home remedy, but the disease, can. never bo cured while the blood remainc saturated with the irritating, pain-producinj uric acid poison. The cause should be driven from the b!ood before t!;c trouble reaches the chronic or helpless stag-e. S. S. S., a purely vejcteblc remedy, cures Rheumatism by thoroughly cleansinj the Mood of every panicle of the rric acid poison, and mating this vital fluid pare, fresh and health-sustaining. It filters out from the circulation the remotest particle, of tho poison, and whenS. S. S. has renovated the blood, Rheumatism is thoroughly and percianentlv cured. Book on Rheumatism and an v medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA,1 GA. ""E SOUTH SIDE NEWS ""' SUMMER QUIETUDE. The normat tins "closed, -the last of the non-resident students have de parted for their homes, most of the faculty members have gone for the summer and Tempe Is" beginning tQ ex perience that annual reriod of quie-r tude which always occurs Just follow ing commencement. In the. course of a few weeks the residents will have become accustomed to the absence of the students on-fhe streets but never theless they will all be welcome back again early in the fall. TUCSON EXCURSION. ' Friday of this. week, is the dita of the excursion to Tucson on account of the big celebration, ball game and bar becue. A. special rate of $4.75 for the round trip has been made from Tempe. Theo Thomas, who is responsible for the occasion, asserts that the best of accommodations will be available and ladies and children Jvill be given ev ery care and shown every courtesy. A VISIT HOME. Mrs. Clara Van Noate and daughter. Miss Gorine, will leave this morning on the Santa Fo for their old home In Cleveland, Ohio, where they will spend the summer, returnlnsr in the fall in time for Miss Van Noste to lake up her work at Congress, where she will teach next winter. , En route home they expect to stop pver at the Grand Can yon a few da vs. ... HARMER SA YS" You door should get acquainted with Dr. to postoffice. Pepper at his fountain, next If You want a delicious Ice Cream Soda, Call on us. LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA Phone 231 SHORT NOTES. Miss Nell White and mother left last evening for their home'in Yuma. Mert and Ben Stewart left yesterday for their range at Mayer. Mrs. Stew art will follow in a few days. Two cars of cantaloupe crates for the Tempe association were received here yesterday and will be. delivered from theL.-W. Blinn company's yards. Miss Delia Schaal and sister who has been her cuest during commence ment, left Surtday evening for their home in Douclas. o FOWLER NEWS. M"1"B"I"M-1"M' 1 11 II H -M-l-H fl MESA t H-M-H-lv ;-H 1 IIU'WI' . The third of .the large armatures and ; casings to be installed in the power-house at Roosevelt left Mesa yesterday . morning on the sixty-mile trip to the da'm. A team of. sixteen horses was used to carry the immense weight Of. machinery. ; ; , ........ There- will ba six of these arma tures installed and each wUX be. pro pelled by a turbine wheel and .'alto gether will furnish approximately 5,000 hcrse-power, the turbines having a ca pacity of about 800 horse-power each. The transmission line which will con vey this electrical power to. .valley points has been completed to within a short distance east of Mesa; and the immense steel poles which will sup port the four cables have been hauled to the different points along the line, where 'they will be erected. This line strikes the country road -which lies one-half mile north of . Main street, running parallel with it. - The concrete foundations and power house are being completed as fast as the different dynamos arrive and are. ready to place in position. . It . is- ex pected that this line will be ready for operation in a little , more than a month's time. Mesa, will soon be enabled to draw upon this, source for its electrical sup ply; and it can be used for many household purposes. LILY MILK A HOME PRODUCT. For Sale by all Grocers MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE, ARIZONA Hamilton Brown Shoes We are the sole agent on the south 1 side for this make of Shoes. LUKIN CASH STORE hJHrHri-HrHrHrHrHri-i--:' -l 1 1 1 1 j WWWH-H4WH--l' t 1- t fiYDER BROS., TEMPE. - - ARIZ. Fowler. Juno i;. (special Corre spondence of The Republican.) Miss Kate Miller, who has been staying with Mrs. H. E. Smith, near Phoenix, spent Sunday with home folks. Friday morning. Mr. Woods died at the hotre of Mr. Daniels, in the west end of the valley, where he has been working for some time. Dr. Hughes stayed with him Wednesday night en deavoring to keep him alive until his mother could arrive from Tucson. She came up from Maricopa Thursday morning and was met by Mr. Wickie of the ostrich farm, who brought her out in his automobile. Mr. William Mann, who has been very sick, is reported to be somewhat better. Mr. Cole and family drove to the river Friday night and enjoyed a fish fry. ; 5!r. and Mrs. J. C. Hawcrton are parents to a. baby girl since Friday. Mr .Hawcrton- works for Mr. George Kay. . The Baptist Missionary soadety held its reirular meeting last week with Mrs. George Kay. o VENICE OF AMERICA 1-1 1 1 1 H-H--H' ! ! M-vv-H-t TEMPE H"M"M"M1"M- THE PUMPING PLANT. How it is Appreciated by the Tempe , . - Farmer. For the rast thirty days the Tempe pumping plant has been running night and day.. Those not living in the Tem pe district who read that statement must not Jump at the hasty conclusion that the Teniae section is, drving up and that the pumping plant is being brought to rescue as a last and final resort Thatrts by no means the case. The situation is this: It often hap pens in the best irrigated countries in the world, where there is an abundance of water, that a rancher can not al ways get water within a few days of the time he can use it to the best ad vantage. This often happens with the ranchers under the Tempe canal. For instance a man may have finished put ting u: a crop of hay last evening. He may be entitled to a run of water next week. That is alright as far as it goes but supposing he could have had a head of water last night and todav and as !on? as he warts it in addition to his regular run the last of the week. It would be worth dollars to him and would increase his next crop of bay materially. It is in just such cases as this that the pumping plant has prov ed to of immense value to th'? Tempe farmer. By paying a reasonable amount, to ba. exact, $2.00 per hour he can get this extra head of pumped ".atcr. The plant 13 .now nroducing between 1C03 and 1200 inches of water. Many fanners bin in this pu.iped water ?rlit the bs head into two smaller ones and irrigate as much as fifty acres of land in er just when it is most needed to ma ture a crop of grain or start another crop of ha:- along, it is worth many times that much to them. The fact that the plant has been in constant op eration for the past thirty days is pret ty conclusive evidence that it is a pay ing proposition to the rancher. The writer spent an hour very pleas antly the other night in looking over the plant ivhiie it was In operation. A finer set of machinery it would be hard to imagine. Within the past few years a number of important improvements have been made. The machinery used is the most modern and the entire plant is lighted with electricity gener ated by it's own power. Engineer Carl Gustafson, who has full charge of the plant, is a capable engineer and the machinery is at all times kept up to its best efficiency. The plant is neat and clean and shows the result of care and understanding, not only in its gen eral appearance but in the manner in which it runs. Hodnett and Carr. resident under takers and embalmers. Phone 178. , A PHONOGRAPH STOCK. G. A. Goodwin, local agent of the Edison and Victor phonographs, yes terday received a shipment of the June records of both makes of machines. He has new and up-to-date records sent each month and br . this means the stock is kept up to standard. Mr. goodwin has recently done a good deal of business in this line and naturally wishing to do stil! more, he has se lected the best possible means, namely an a1.. In The Republican, to which the attention of readers is this morn ing called. BUILDING A HOUSE. Herbert Ballou. one nf ih tiomIm who his taker, cp a homestead in the, vitiauy oi reiersens switch is pre paring to demote a part of his sum- "Venice of America-Is fourteen miles from Los Angeles. . . . The most unique Beach resort on the Pacific coast. Among. it's maw attractions Is the largest dance pavilion in the world, the largest skating rink in the world and the. largest and finest bath house and pltaige oh !the Pacific coast. Open all tha time " One of the advantages that Venice has over resorts is the fact that' one can secure at a most moderate cost. beautiful and attractive villas and j bungalows ranging from seventeen dollars and a half to thirty-five dol lars a month, which includes light, water and laundry. These villas are situated on the Venice canals, con veniently near to the ocean. Venice is also well supplied with first-class restaurants at popular pric es and every thing that goes to make up for a high class Seaside resort. Those who wish to bring teams, will find first class stable accommodations at moderate trices. Perhaps one of the greatest attrac tions of Venice is it's equitable cli mate. From May until November, the thermonmeter hardly varies. To those who wish to secure a pleasant summer vacation for moderate costs, Venice of America certainly should be it ON HORSEBACK TO GRANITE REEF. Mrs. W. H. Sanders and daughter, Miss Kyle Bruton, mother and sister of Mrs, George Johnson of this city, left late yesterday afternoon on horse back for a trip to Granite Reef, where they spent the night. Today they will enjoy the novelty of fishing in the big lake thtre, returning home late tonight IBedlwenieiP WEDDED IN YUMA SUNDAY. Miss Josephine Rich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Welshons of this place, left here on Saturday evening last for Yuma, at which place she was met by B. W, Jay. and the. couple were mar ried early Sunday morning. Mr. Jay formerly occupied the posi tion of bookkeeper at the Mesa Flour ing mills. He now holds a clerical po sition in Yuma, where the young cou ple will take up their residence. SERVICES AT THE TABERNACLE. Patriarch Noah Brimhall and Elder Talma Pomeroy were at the services held at the Tabernacle on Sunday af ternoon. The presidency of Maricopa Stake. consisting of J. T. LeSueur, Issa Dana, and F. T. Pomeroy visited the Alma Ward in . the afternoon, where they held preaching services with the congregation In attendance. President Lesureur addressed the audience. ENTERTAINS AT DINNER. Mrs. L. B. Johnson sumptuously en tertained a number of her friends at dinner on Sunday afternoon. The de licious dinner was served in courses and those who enjoyed Mrs. Johnson's hospitality were: Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Babbitt. Mr. and ' Mrs. George John son, Mrs. W. II. Sanders and Miss Kyle Bruton, the latter two ladles be ing from Santa Monica. Cal. Cough Up. "The race 'for office is like a street car." "As to how?" "Always room for one more." "It also has the pay-as-you-enter feature." TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. h h M i i 1 1 n n 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 in ! Mason Jars Galore at PARRY'S Cash Store i I. m ; ,iii ; II 1 U 1 1 1 i 1 1 i I M 3amcs flDaMson - - (4th President, U-S. A.) N George Washington, the American Revolution had its conquering general; in John Adams its intrepid organizer; in Jefferson its bold philosopher; and in Madison its constructive states man. He it was who caused to be deeply, imbedded in our highest law those vital and fundamental guarantees of life, property and Personal Liberty. In private life he was extremely social yet truly temperate drinking good malt beer and wine in strict mod eration. : Once, when sick in bed, he caused his couch to be wheeled near the dining-room door, that he .might call to his acting representative at the festive board: "Doctor, are you pass ing the bottle? Do your duty, doctor, or 1 must cashier you! " "Justly named "The Father of the Constitution' he died at eighty-five. When shall his name be forgotten? HE drink that delights your palate and aids the digestion of your food. Drink the drink of your forefathers; i the drink of the noblest men that ever lived; the drink of the great tri umphant nations; the pure, nourishing and refreshing juices of American barley fields; the- home drink of all civilized nations. THE KING OF ALL BOTTLED BEERS References: Biography by Sydney Howard Gay. Appleton & Harper's Enc. The Federalist Essays. Hunt's Biography, pp. 376, 381, 383, etc. Bottled only at the ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWERY " ' St. Louis. Mo. Corked or wltn Crown Caps MELCZER BROS. CO.. '' .n. Distributors PHOENIX. ARIZ. Superintendent Roy McCormlck out to Sacaton early yesterday morniny. -.; Miss Appa Rowlands and Miss Mar that Lon?moor and Charles Lnpmoor left today for San Diego. Cal., where they will visit with relatives and FORGOT TO RETURN WHEEL. Bob Stapley, the bicycle dealer here, was yesterday mourning: the loss of a wheel which was rented from his place by Frank Griego on Sunday, who failed to return it. Mr. Stapley took out a warrant for the arrest of the man. At this vriting Marshal Peter--j son", is still looking for the missing 1 man and wheel... Don Jones recently purchased a new bicycle, which was taken some time during Sunday last.' The wheel has not been found aa yet, and Mr. Jones is at a loss to eay whether he Is a victim of a practical joke or whether the machine haj .been stolen. MESA ADVERTISEMENTS WILL REMODEL. DRUGSTORE. M., Holladay visited Phoenix yes terday and purchased. material for pa pering and finishing the walls of his drugstore, which Is undergoing a gen eral remodelling. An Immense plate mirror which is to be placed In front of the new prescription case, will ar rive shortly. Mr. Holladay expects to have his new soda fountain installed by the middle of .' next week. : The grand opening will take place. on Sat urday, June 27. H '' 't 1 1" M- .H"M"M"M .H"M"H"H- ALHAMBRA HOTEL - t Mesa, Arizona. Mesa's first class hotel, fine table board. . Enjoy our Sunday dinners. Sample rooms for commercial men. D. J. McCAULEY. friends for several weeks. From there Miss Rowlands will go to her home In Ohio. . . Water will be turned Into the city ditcher this morning, and city share holders In the ditches will take their allotted runs. E. Blewett of the firm of Shattuck Sr Ximo was a Phoenix visitor on Sun day last. Alfred Elliott and Jack Wagner, both of Tucson, and Henry Smith, formerly employed at Granite Reef, were passengers for Roosevelt yester day morning. LADIES' AID TO MEET. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Episcopal church will meet with Mrs. A. Jones at her home on the corner of First avenue and Sirrine street on Thursday afternoon, June 19. at 2:30 o'clock. K7 A FEW TRIOS FOR SALE Of thoroughbred stock. ,No eggs . for hatching during summer. Prices upon application. Calla Dale Poultry Farm, Tempe, Ariz. mers time to Imnrovinrr his claim twPntV-four VoKtoivIatr ho vL- , . ..I J,,,,,- ,.,..!.. .v. V " -""i ' luinutr in .. ...... . ....t, irl ni.pru.MinauMV uu the hnmcsfniH nr.,1 win 1 n c ... 1" ' UU1IU . uunai ;ri avie. .some or inm es- ' We are headquarters for Edi son and Victor Phonographs, 'ith a full , line ; of .Yecords. - '-- G. A. GOODWINS' fsoveltyv Store, . tim:itA flint hr o-otf ir thio . . . . iu . i ; V' ' ' . . ; ?vJ pr the n?xt few yai?.. 1 1 m H1 ?l 1 1 It 1 11 H l' H the matl-gicereomranieor WATERMELONS PLENTIFUL. Early varieties of watermelons are beginning to arrive in, town in large quantities, some of the best specimens brought in so far" having been those raised by the Power brothers at their ranch in the lower Lcl;i district, and those of R. Van Meter, who Is engaged in intensive farming. No attempt has been made as yet to supply other than the local markets, but the Powers, brothers, who devote largo areas to the cultivating of this melon, expect to begin shipping at an early date. They, raise several varie ties, among them being the Florida Favorite, which is given the prefer ence on account of its fine shipping qualities. Io flavor it is the equal to the finest of the melons produced at Rocky Ford, and always commands a ready market. CITY BRIEFS. E. M. LeBaron of the Arizona Land company was a passenger for the Cap ital City yesterday on business con nected with his firm. Miss Jean Hunsaker has just re turned from a week's visit in Tempe, where she attended the exercises In consfcaiSa.with. couinencement .week, at tlie Tempe Xormal school AVhile there Miss Hungaker was the guest of her friend, Miss Kettle Tucker. Mr., and Mrs. H. X. Lewis, who have been visiting herv returned to their home in Phoonix on Sunday.. . .. Assistant engineer S. E. Baker of III V.IIVIIV.(.OI VI Olid I(.I3 will be among the specialties . served daily at HOLD DAY'S DRUG STORE. MESA. i'M"t"i"l"i":"H-'l''l"i"I"M"I"i"I'ii1"r- AT THE HOTELS. The Alhambra Thomas Callahan, British Columbia; Fred Jacobs, Flor ence; S. K. Baker, Phoenix; Henry Smith, Parker; J. H. Sinfesty, High land, California; Jack Hagarr, Tucson;-Alfred Elliott, Tucson. . 20 acres, share Utah water, J1000 brick house, 2 wells cased 150 ft deep, good shade orchard all fenced, aeres in. garden. Price 33500.00. " 180 -acres at 350.00 per acre. lOt acres can be irrigated under Mesa canal balance under New Gov't, canal Joins land held at 3150.00 per acre. Also 5, 10, 20, 40. 80, 160 acre tracts Money to Loan. Pomeroy-Gufhrie -Realty Co. Oldest Agency in Mesa. 1st door east ef P.O.. Mesa, Arizona.. There Is more Catarrn m this section of the country than all other disease put together, and until the last fpw j years was supposed to be incurable. For i a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local ! remedies, and by constantly failing to ! cure with loeal treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and there rfore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure. manufactured bv F. J.-Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only . constitutional cure on the market, it is. taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They ofer one hundred dollars for any case It fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Hold by Drupcists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion. , - MESA-HOTEL , T European plan.' Large, clean 4. airy rooms. Good, restaurants X T nearby. Everything first class. L. V. GUTHERIE. PROPRIETOR., .H,,M H"I H lnM..M"H"M"H"r WICKf NBURG L4UNCHES ITS BOARD OF 1RADE Other Events Illustrative of the Pros perity of the. Town. . iLLUSTRfilS I & DESIGNS. M Wickenburg, June 13. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican.) A new corporation was granted papers to do business in our section of the county by the secretary of the terri tory last Thursday, called the Wick enburg Mining and Development com--pany. organized by Harry Klawins, Mr. Dupuy and I. T. Hosey. Mr. klawins and Dupuy came into Wickenburg on Saturday to do some preliminary work before starting actual develop ment. It Is said they have a bright looking prospect. y Mr. Humphrey and partner were out examining the Vulture a couple of days last week. Charles Melier, Jr., and Dave Bren neman were in from Mr. Meller's property at the Blue Tank district, on Saturday . and Sunday.. E. L. Bumpus, state commander; of New Mexico and Arizona of the M:ic cabee?". came to Wickenburg ' last Wednesday and from the list of names he has now. it looks as if he will or ganise a tent with a membership of from thirty-five to forty. This is one of the, best fraternal orders in " the country. O. H. taott and wife came in from the Eagle Camp and went to Phoenix for a- few dars. '. Mrs. Earl Smith and baby went to Prescott for the summer. Ladies' Aid society of the Fresby terian church gave a social at J. O. Reed's pavilion. There were straw berries. Ice cueani and cake. Finan cially it was a great success. Mrs C. W. Piatt was out to the Monarch mine a couple of days last week, seeing the new mill run. Mrs. M. A. Roberts was a' Phoenix visitor on Thursday and Friday of last week. Mrs. Annetta Collins was a Phoenix visitor. The Baxter Opera house win ue soon 3" interesting sight to strangers in our little city, the lower joist now being down, and this coming week will see it raised with the rafters , on. Our young people are anxiously waiting for the opening exercise. Mr. Baxter has not yet decided what he will open the house with. Wickenburg is making history Thursday night', June 11, was, as the merchant-would say, a red-letter day in the history of the town, and to th members- who took part in organizing the Wickenburg Tri-County Board of Trade an historical event. From the time the temporary chairman opened the meeting until the organization, the speeches of the permanent chairmen. E. S. Jones, of Wiekenhurg. Salome and Bousfe, and the remarks of the dif ferent speakers were to the point. But the remarks of Secretary Geo. W. Cowgill of the Phoenix board of trade, were particularly instructive. The or ganisation was perfected according to his suggestions. The executive board, which consists of nine members, does the business of the organization, and they expect shortly to start a cam paign of education about our resources around Wickenburg. E. S. Jones, pres ident, and F. A. Mueller, secretary, will be pleased to answer any com munications in regard to our district. ' HASSAYAMPER. : Brewers and wine growers are com plaining of the falling off in the con sumption of their goods in Vienna, and particularly the brewers. From figures recently published it appears that the Viennese in 1907 drank 1.750,000 gallons less of beer than in 190C, and 40,000 gallons less of wine, and this in spite of the fact that the population increased by 40,000. About twice as much beer as wine is drunk, there having been, 27,860,000 gallons of beer consumed in the year, against 13,458,000 gallons of wine. The fall ing off in the quantity of beer con sumed is relatively much greater than in the case of wine. The de crease is said to be due not so much to the growth in trade and conse quent reduction in the spending ca pacity of the working classes. sby-J Don't Tire Easily when Grape-Nuts food is a regular part of your diet. Made from Wheat and Barley which gives "natural strength and a clear brain. "There's a Reason."