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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SATURDAY 3IOKM V AUGUST 9, VMS.
The Weekly News Of The Valley t t - t T RURAL ROUTE NO. 1. WILSON. Wilson District.. Aug. 28. Sunilay Marvin Williams, Porter Nallo ami Miss Kvolyn Williams took suprer with Miss Winnie Fritchett. Jake Fisher spent Sunday evening with Miss Lena Pchreck. Quite a mystery is rising in this neighborhood of late. Mr. McGuyer is exeellenlly furnishing his new house for two. Miss Harriet Hayois visited with Miss Uuth rritchett Thursday after noon. Miss Ma Woodring was shopping in the city Monday. Miss Nina Hustin, Winnie and Ruth Tritehett and Messrs. Walter Arncy and John rritchett spent a very pleas ant evening at the S. and O. ranch Wednesday. j Ellison Wilson and Miss Gladys Kch- lin. who have been spending the past few months in Is Angeles, returned to Phoenix Thursday. Mr. llsou , would have reported a better time had j he not been seized with the typhoid ! fever shortly after his arrival in that ' place. Richard Osmundson has a nice or- chard of pears which luckily for tl;e boys are quite a distance from the ; house, but owing to his fine watch dog they are perfectly safe. Robert I.ogue shipped a car load of bailed hay this week. I. F. Johnson has been working on Mr. Parry's lower place for the past few dais. A. Sehreck has been very busy with the People's- Independent telephone lines lately. J. J. Sidel returned the first of the week from a month's stay In Flagstaff. Mrs. Frank rsenjamin left Monday for Prescott, where she will visit for a few weeks. CREIGHTON. Crcighton. Aug. 2S. ;.;r. and Mrs. II. C. Woodbridge left Saturday for Pres cott where they will spend the re mainder of the summer among the pines. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Powers, who spent the heated season in Prescott. returned Saturday. They had intended to re main away for another month, but the high altitude and the frequent rains did not prove as beneficial to Mrs. Powers as was hoped, ?o It was thought best to return and enjoy a little of the hot weather. Miss Fae Etter visited Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Ernest Smith, of the Osborn district. It would prove a revelation to these who do not think this is a corn coun try if they would take a drive around the Gordon Tweed ranch on the Mc Dowell and Park roads, and have a look at that 40 acres Mr. Civins is cultivating. Mrs. H. W. Pierson and little daugh ter left Saturday for the Mile High city to enjoy a few weeks of cool fine : scented breezes. j Mrs. C. E. Kirk returned the first of j the week from a month's visit In , Flagstaff. , Messrs. Schreck and Husten were in ; the neighborhood Thursday talking Independent Telephone company to our ! people. We predict that they will have no difficulty in getting enough inter ested to begin building their "Jines through here at once, for since the five miles of trial lines built in the Wilson district have been in operation now Tor some months and have been giving the best of satisfaction, it will be but a short time until every farmer in the valley vill take an interest in the com pany. Our school opens Jlonday, Septem ber I'.th. The same teachers were em ber 14th. The same teachers wero em Miss Pearl Iioemer in the advanced grade, and Miss Helen Dean in the primary. Every one in the district ex presses himself as very much pleased with the selections made by the trus tees and a very profitable school year is anticipated. RURAL ROUTE NO. 2. OSBORN. Osborn District. Aug. 28. Arthur Dysait, a former Phoenix boy, who has been attending the naval acudemy at Annapolis, Mil., is expected home next Wednesday for a two weeks' visit with his mother. M. V. Warren has been confined to his bed for the past week with a sori knee. Mr. and Mrs. Ii M. Lamson returned Widnesday from an extended trip east Miss Flora Lanison joined them at Williams and accompanied them to the Grand canyon. Mr. Lamsor.'s nephew was a member of the nar-.y and expects to spend the winter theie. A dancing party was given Mond ty evening in the dining hall of the In dian school. The party was given by tho women employes of the school The hall was beautifully decorated in pink and green. Refreshments were served, consisting of Ice cre.im and cake. The music was excellent, being furnished by the Mexican orchestra. A large number attended and a nierry time was Indulged in notwithstanding the warm weather. Mrs. C. S. Berryman and daughter are down from Iron Springs for a few days. They expect to returnto the Springs and remain until the middle of September. Mrs. S. A. Dysart has issued an nouncement cards of the marriage of her daughter Zella to deorge' Walton Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn w'll be at home In Santa Monica, Cal., after September 2th. E. F. Van Kirk and wife and P.obert Frlcdel and wife returned from a camping trip to Roosevelt Thursday. They were gone eight days, during which time they were fortunate in escaping the rainy weather with the exception of one night. They, how ever, encountered high water In the Salt. They are of the same opinion as other visitors to the dam. It Is a wonderful structure and will be as strong as the mountains to which It is attached. The Roosevelt buildings are being torn down and moved to the new site selected by the government officials, a distance of one mi'e further up Salt river. The waters were Higher in tho basin than ever before, caused by tho Increasing height of the dam. The people in the valley who have not made this trip have no idea of the amount of time, money and labor liv ing expended so near home. The road is in excellent condition and is being constantly repaired when the occasion requires. Johnnie Lynch and Ch"s. Swiggttt spent Thursday in Tempe. STAIKCSSE, lM: rJL By Mary Roberts Rinehart gJT 9M t There is no need of anyone suffering long with this disease, for to effect a quick cure it is only necessary to take a few doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In fact, in most cases one dose is sufficient It never fails and can be relied upon in the most severe and dangerous cases. It is equally valuable for children and is the means of saving the lives of many children each year. In the world's history no medicine -has ever met with greater success. Price 25 cents. Large size 60 cents. i jf RURAL ROUTE NO. 3. frlHMTllftlrtMI.Wl.fllirMfl.ffllH.AAJt.Jft..t iff iff B 1 T f ? i... aipeiiLer is naunng lumber and cement brick to build a house on his new ranch. G. L. Wilkey has sold his ranch to Clem Stumps who has lately arrived with his family from Arkansas. Mr. Wilkey invested on route two in the Osborn district. Mrs. T. A. Mann and Mary Wiley was n visitor at Mrs. O. C. Rennels last Saturday. T. A. Mann had his alfalfa threshed for seed and has some more ready to cut. The large steam plow which has jbeen plowing on the Tweed ranch was i going west and .broke through the bridge at Alhambra. No one was in jured. They were busy this morning getting ready to raise it. John Price has rented Mr. Harovitz's ranch and expects to move on it within ten days. j ('. C. Ram bo is selling his goods and (expects to leave soon, he came here several years ago for his eldest sons health. His son is now in Kansas, and as Mr. Rambo's business is in Guthrie, Okla.. he will return there. Mr. Ram ho son Hal, came here about Christmas and attended high school, and took W than VJ story v.i; . . . i u One continual ascent of alluring bewilder ment, winding upward with a thrill at every step, a breatbleat panse at every landine. it w - I Is more exciting J thrilling more 'holding any detective you dreamed Six Pictures by Lester Ralph $1.50 At All Boobellen Th. Bobbc-Merrill CompMy Publkhera more w-a ' i Av T7 part in the base ball and made many friends who will be sorry to here of his leaving. Mr. Stanford and Shreck of the In- dependent Telephone company have been visiting the people of our dis- j trlcl, and they seem to be in favor of j putting up their phone instead of the j others. E. G- Roberts went to town on busi ness yesterday, he is looking for a ranch to rent to put his dairy on. E. C. Mann has moved on the Christy road with his brother W. H. Mann. The work on the Grand canal is pro gressing fast, they are getting ready to put a bridge across it down by the R, . Green ranch. . CARTWRIGHT. Cartwright. Aug. 28. .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mann have moved down to Mrs. William Mann's. There was a thresher at work Sat urday threshing alfalfa seed for Or.i Rennels and Alviu Mann. J. P. Onne came down to his ranri Sunday to see how things had pro gressed during his absence. Sam Patterson and family returned from the coast last Saturdty. Their vacation wascut short on account of the illness of Mr. Patterson's sister, whom he expects to arrive here at any time from Arkansas. They wanted to be here when she came. Stanley Howard brought out the chairs lor the league room of the new church last Saturday. Among those whoattended the show in Phoenix last Saturday evening were Roy Doyle and Fred Clark. Mary Wily has been under the care of Dr. Monical for some time. The doctor removed one of her tonsils Fri day. Her ear Is also giving her a great deal of trouble. Mr. and Mrs. John Price went to Thoenix Saturday to look over the separators prepratory to buying when they got moved on to the place they have rented. ' Roy and Ora Clay are in Phoenix visiting with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Green. Mrs. Glossbrenncr has finished grading the ostrich feathers from the ranch across the river. Mr. and Mrs. Jack P.rooks attend ed camp meeting Friday night and Saturday. Mrs. T. Rone and daughter have re turned from Tucson where they have been visiting for some time. Dr. H. A. Hughes and Rev. R, H. Fields were out here in the doctor's automobile Friday and carried the Rev. P. D. Gardner back to camp meeting with them. Brother Gardner returned Saturday afternoon with Mr. Lest. Mrs. Glossbrenncr visited Mrs. 51c Clure Friday afternoon. The Rev. Dr. McMurry, who was to have dedicated the new church on August 30th, cannot be here, so the dedication services will be postponed until the fourth Sunday in Septem ber. It will be much cooler then and those of the church who are away will t have returned by that time. Miss Margaret Howard and her mu sic class will give a musical recital at the church house at Cartwright on the evening of September 4th, beginning at 7:4" sharp. All are cordially invited. Will Hile has returned from Flag staff, where he has been for the past few months. W. C. Stump and family, who bought George AVilkey's ranch, moved in (Continued on page 4.) TWO THE TO Denver ' $ 41.20 Colorado Springs 39.00 Pueblo 37.65 MAKE YOUR RESERVATION AND RETURN FOR LEAVING ONE DAY ONLY FRIDAY. SEPT. FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 3rd w'-iMiiiM'iiiiMMln I TT"fj"l"l 11 1 Tjlj m ?i -- '-. J5. . 'J . "'BP !r !LiLj!iBl DE1NTVER STOP-OVERS ALLOWED ON RETURN TRIP few GIiANJ CAJNT .ASH FORI 59 Freat for Those Who Did Wot Go M.MJ ' Pints Petf n .- t dkihi HpUETIIjO . l ilSH "MS Iff V Wmj? TRINIDAD ..... . UimESCOTT'"" '7 yy A Get in on this one as it will Positively be the last this Season.' 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