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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1908.
ft ST lVjV f ; A Xur I ' i I . rV Vt, & V?V and double barrel hammerlcss. I-argc stock of latest model Marlin repeaters, Winchester and Reming ton repeaters. Ithaca, Lefever, Smith, Syracuse, Waverley and other ham merlcss guns, for sale at lowest prices. PINNEY a ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Send for free Game Law card. Established 1887. Southern California THE NEW ROSSLYN 443 South Main St, LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: European, 75o to $2. American, $150 to $3.00. I rf!''f;.,;!.;'Hv5, FREE BUSS MEETS ALL TRAINS If ARNOTT HARNESS $10.00 to $80.00 Everything guaranteed. Money back if not satisfactory. Factory in Los Anfrelcs. California leather for all uses. Send for No. 10, eighty page FRLE CataloKuo. ARNOTT & COMPANY 112-118 So. Lo Anceles St. Los Alleles. Calif. HOLLEN BECK HOTEL LOS ANGELES. A. C. BIHcke. John S. Mitchell. TWO NEW ELEVATORS. NEW FIRE PROOFING. NEW FURNITURE. NEW PLUMBING. Fifty Thousand Dollars worth of improvements made this season for the comfort, safety and convenience of our guests. HEADQUARTERS FOR ARI20NIANS. HOTEL ROOKWOOD, Los Angeles, Cal, Cor. 8th & Olive Sts. A mod ern family hotel with first class ace ommodations, close to the theater and shopping district. Green cars from Santa Fe depot pass hotel and cars from Salt L.ake and S. P. depots within one block. Rates 75 cts. per day up. Special rate by week or month. HOTEL MOLINE, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. 121 1 South Broadway. Newly furnished, conducted on European plan. Centrally located opposite Chamber of Commerce. Kates, SO cents to $1.50 per day. E. J. LEE, Prop. r Hotel Westminster Los Angeles, Cal. f ourth mid ilmn sis American Plan Reopened Rates C9 Z A Rooms 4.OU without Per Day Bath Rooms With Path $3, $3,50 and $4 European Plan Jl.tiO prr dav and up With balhl.au and up F. O. JOHNSON, Piop. H-H-5-H-5-H-H- The Weekly News Of i (Continued from iaj;e 3.) Thursday. Mr. Stump came here fur his wife's health from Nebraska. He bad HiipP'd his household goods and some stock and farm innipleiix-nts. Harry Frische had a hay bailer at work this week on Al Smoofs ranch. John Meyers has purchased a well drill and expects to begin drilling an other wull on his own ranch soon. The Rev. P. P. Gardner and ramily were entertained at dinner Sundayby Mr. and Mrs. Nichols and family. Rev. Gardner went on in the afternoon to .Murphy, where he had an appointment to preach. George Wilkey has rented a house n the Indian school line in the Os born district. They moved up thera last Thursday. The people of this community regret to loose such a good family frm their midst. Miss Sophia will be greatly missed by the young people. Krnest Mann had a thresher at work on the Williams ranch Tuesday thresh ing alfalfa seed. 1 Mrs. Horace Smith spent several days the guest of her sister. Mrs. Ora Rcnnells. TEA Ycu can have it good if you want to. Or bad if you don't take care. Tear rrerer ra tarsi rear rooo.r U yea aaal Uk Schilling's BaM, w par tuat If you want everon to greet you With a amile upon hia face. Carry Crystallized Cactua CaWy, From Oonofrio'a plaoe. Ducks are in It may sound strange to you, ducks at this season, but we always have thorn this time of the year, teal and gadwalls and ' spoons" nice, fat ones, fine eating; more of them in now than we have ever seen before in August. Knowing they would he here, we are ready for them. Fresh factory l,,a,is in 4 5. fi and 7 1-2 shot heavy loads, in several different grades, soft and chilled shot. Fine line of rent guns, repeaters Advertisements. THE NATO HOUSE First and Main St, LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: American, $1.50 to $2.50. European! 50o to $2.00. SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY I COLLEGE Next session begins Sept. lath. Cat alog free; apply Dr. Chas. Keane, Pres. 1818 Market St., S. F. FOR SALE. i Orange land, large or small tracts. I Alfalfa land, improved and raw. land for cantaloupe and truck gardening ' Houses and lot, any part of city. MORFORD & BARR. ; 4 West Adams St Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalniera. Lady Assistant. West Adams Street Telephone Main III. The Valley Little Harry Mann has a severe case of sore eyes. Miss Margaret Howard was absent from league end church Sunday night on account of a sore throat. Mrs. Pave Smith visited Mrs. Price, also Mrs. McClure Wednesday aftetr noon. M. List and John Shawver have ex changed ranches. There was a committee meeting at the parsonage Monday to arrange for the box social given by the Epworth league Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. McClure called on Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkey Sunday af ternoon. The Misses Katie, Jennie and Callie Rone did not return with their mother from Tucson, but will come later. A. J. Vinson has been quite sick the past few days. Mrs. S. T. Rodgers is reported to be somewhat improved physically. Miss Ruby Tompkins was the guest of Miss Margaret Howard Sunday. Rev. R. P. Gardner went up to the campmeeting Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. lvey and daughter spent Sunday with Air. and Mrs. Rrooks and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Price visited Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Glossbrenner Sunday afternoon. . Miss Sophia Wilkey spent Sunday at the camp grounds. Fred Tait. who has a thresher at work in this neighborhood, is doing the hustling in an automobile. A son of Mr. Fitzhugh came In a few days ago from California. He expects to locate here. John Doyle returned Tuesday from la's summer's vacation. Mr. Doyle is looking well and left his friend Mr. Melntire some what improved, but very ill yet. Mr. Doyle stopped for a short visit with D. A. Williams and family of Fowler. He seys they are undecided as yet about coming back to Arizona. Closing Out Our entire line of Canvas Shoes and Oxfords in white and col ors. Men's and La dies' $2.00 and $2.50 values at $1.00 a pair and the entire Shoe Stock at greatly reduced prices. The Alkire Co 27-29 East Washington Street, V PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Mr. Pickroll has had a man out grading up the road going north up to his ranch. Jim Vensel and two of his boys and Mr. Maynard left Tuesday for Itoose velt. ALHAMBRA Alhanibra, Aug. 28. M. Harovitz has rented his ranch near Alhambra to Mr. Price. Mr. Harovitz recently pur chased a 30 acre ranch across the riv er and will move his family there the first of September. R. R. Stroud and daughter Miss Maude, accompanied by Mr. Stroud's father arrived here Wednesday morn ing from Alhambra, California. Mr. Strntid Sr.. will visit with his son and family a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Isaac are rejoicing over the arrival at their home Mon day evening of a fine boy. Mr. Stump and family arrived here from Arkansas and will make this val ley their home. Mr. Stump having purchased a ranch four miles west of Alhambra. The engine attached to a steam plow operated by F. Morrell went through the bridge over the Grand canal at Alhambra last evening. There were three men on the engine at the time, but fortunately no one was injured. The Wilson and Waide camping party returned last Saturday from their summer outing. All report hav ing a very enjoyable time. Miss Vera Strouse of Phoenix and Miss Gladys Jackson of Isaac spent a few days last week visiting at the home of W. S. Stinnett. Miss Mary Mae Charlesbois of Phoe nix is spending the week with her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Renaud. M. A. Stanford of the Peoples Inde pendent Telephone Co., was a town visitor Monday. Prof. Wilson and family returned last week from their summer outing at Iron Springs. Mr. Pulsifer. our town merchant, was 'a business visitor to Phoenix Thursday. FOWLER Mrs. M. R. Brooks drove to Phoenix Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Fitzhugh were the guests Sunday of the Rev. Mr. Draper and family. George Kay has just finished putting up another crop of hay off of 17 1-2 acres. The Marler threshing crew which has been at work in the Buckeye country threshing alfalfa seed came in Tuesday night about midnight. Mabel Green of Cartwright spent 'Sunday as the guest of Nannie Brooks. Leslie Hale's horse has a very sore eye caused by a foxtail entering the eye. He took the horse to Phoenix Thursday night to a veterinary.- Mr. Haynes, who sold his dairy herd to Mr. Gaylord last week decided life wasn't worth living without a bunch of cows to milk so set about finding another herd. Thursday he bought 16 Holste'ns from Jess Holly. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart who live on Mrs. McElhaney's ranch have a new baby boy at their house. J. R. Brown who has a homestead west and south of the Fowler school went to Phoenix Wednesday and be- tean work at the Commercial hotel. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riggins accom panied by Miss Gladys Kohl attended camp meeting Sunday. Mrs. Susie Irving visited her aunt Mrs. McKlhaney last week. They at tended camp meeting Sunday morning. A large number of our young people attended the box supper Friday night, given by the Epworth League at Cart wright. Mrs. Basham who has been staying with Mrs. George Kay returned home Wednesday. On Friday evening, Sept. 4, Miss Howard's music class will give a re cital at the Cartwright South Metho dist church. The public is mo.-t cor dially invited. The class contains n number of our tirls which will give an " - - I i i i ,tiiii, fr,,,.t..li.l,.tl M T T t T I t I lllMl ll'llll SANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITY TIME. "The Diamond Jo". All Main line local points Phoenix to Ash Fork, Los Angeles, San Francisco and all other points west. Leaves dally at 2:15 a. m. -The Daylight Express". All Main line local point and all points east of Ash Fork. Leaves daily EXCEPT SATURDAY'S at 8:90 a. m. "The Coast Limited". Through Pullman Sleeper to Los Angeles, connect ing with California Limit ed Train No. 3 at Ash Fork. Leaves EVERY SATUR DAY at 4:30 P- rn. Trains arrive from Ash Fork at 1:45 a. m. DAILY and 4:10 p. m. dally. No trains on branch line to Parker on Rnnriavs. Trl-weekly service from Prescott to Crown King and Poland. Call Main 108 for further information. THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m. yesterday: 5:30 5:30 a. m. p. m. Barometer, Inches 29.73 29.61 Temperature, degrees 74 100 Pew point, degrees 68 46 Humidity, Jer cent 36 17 Wind direction E NE Wind velocity, miles .... 5 3 Rainfall, Inches 0 .0 Weather Clear Clear Mean daily humidity 26 Mean daily temperature 87 Highest temperature 102 Lowest temperature 72 Total daily rainfall 0 Accumulated 'deficiency in tempera ture since January 1, 131 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, 2.28 Inches. II. K. HOLCOMB, Temporarily In charge. added interest to those of our people who a! tend. Gladys Kohl, Leafy Dowell and Oliv er Bacon drove over to Camp meeting Sunday night. Mrs. McElhaney of Phoenix visited her sister Mrs. Harris Tuesday. Miss Lola Ix Baron who Is to teach the primary room at Fowler the com ing winter has moved into the district with her mother and little .brother and will occupy the house Just south of the school house. Mrs. Springer marketed a lot of hogs this week. Mrs. Olmstead and Miss Mary Sub let drove to Phoenix Tuesday. The Hassayampa creamery is ar ranging to start a wagon soon to haul the cream from Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flock of Glen dale visited friends in Fowler Sunday afternoon. They called at J. A. Big gin, George Kay, Mr. Hayner, Mr. Hol ly and Mr. McDonald. Louis Kohl Is in possession of a new driving horse. Kate Miller, Sofia Wilkey, Maude Coleman, Joe Coleman, Clyde Swartz, and Rush Keesler, attended camp meeting Sunday morning. After ser vices they returned to Miss Miller's where they spent the remainder of the day. The sale at G. H. Newton's Thursday was attended by an unusually large crowd, and those who went to buy were generous In the extreme In the prices they paid for the property they bought, as everything sold well. Be sides Mr. Newton's property, Mr. Brownsberger and Mr. Matchem sold some cattle. Mr. Newton moved here last fall from Buckeye, but has decid ed to return. They will move about the first of October. Jess Holly has bought a section of land in Texas, his old home and, we are sorry to say contemplates going there. He Is planning to be away from here by November. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ivy attended the republican convention in Phoenix last week. Quinn Falkner Is improving his ranch by building a buggy shed to take the place of the one burned down some time ago. J. A. Riggins has rented his ranch and cows to Frank Bryant. Mr. Rig gins will teach at Cartwright again this year, but will continue to live on the ranch. The Holiness people held prayer meeting at Jess Holly's Friday even ing. Maymie Maddox, Leafy Dowell and Oliver Bacon attended the show in town Saturday night. Dorothy, Myrtle and Abe Haynes drove over to Camp meeting Wednes day evening. Mrs. Graham and Miss Le Baron drove to Phoenix Friday. Those of our people who were plan ning to attend the dedication of the new church at Cartwright Sunday will be disappointed to learn that the dedication has been postponed until the fourth Sunday In September. GLENDALE. Glendale, Aug. 28. Mr. A. Douglas passed through here Tuesday and stopped over night. He was on his way to his range in the White tanks, where he has cattle on pasture. Mr. and Mrs. Poole, accompanied by Mrs. White, are spending a few wpoks vacation In the mountains. They left Monday well loaded for a camping trip. Mr. and Mrs. Fiock spent Sunday afternoon calling on friends in the Fowler neighborhood. The ranchers can't complain of shortage of water now for the laterals have been full for two weeks and every one has plenty of water. Mrs. Stout and daughter. Helen, went to Phoenix Thursday to spend a few days with relatives. Preaching services will be held next Sunday at the Baptist church by Rev. Mr. Wilbur. Mr. Knee, our station agent, re turned this week and is back at his work. Mr. Wilcox has accepted a position in the Santa Fe freight depot in Phoe nix. Geo. Hamlin nnd sevn men na'aaA through here last Tuesday to the Re lief mines, where they will again re sume work in the mine. " PHOENIX CITY TIME. W i r m New Arrivals Our house Is full of new goods, all fsh and clean. We havs spent the. entire summer cloaninit out. New ones arriv ing daily. Just In today, "Post Toasties,' the new corn flake, .... 12 1 2 (Its tne finest ever.) New Quaker and Scotch R. Oats, pkg 15 New Bulk Soiled Oats 6 14 We have the finest fresh Fruits sold in Phoenix New National Biscuit Co'i Crackers Nablscos, only 23 Pk Shiedded Cocoanuts, 33d pkg. Gingersnaps, 2 lbs. for ..-23d Largest assortment of extracts In Phoenix. Cod Fish, California Onions. Coolest and cleanest store In Phoenix.- 1 s Cash iStore Messrs. Bennett, Cox and Van Fleet left Wednesday well provided with provisions and ammunition for several weeks' outing In the hills. They ex pect to go by the Roosevelt dam. V. K. Messinger left Wednesday on a business trip to San Francisco. H--K-H-H H M Wli nil H-H-I- - 4 RURAL ROUTE NO. 4. 1 J,,y,I"r,8,,5MI,i"l,,5"!"I"l"2',5M5"l,"5,,l",J,,J'I',5"5" J. E. Holly has purchased a section of land in Texas and intends moving on it in the near future. XV. W. Holly and family were busi ness visitors in town Monday. C. M. Cope and family, who have been visiting for the last two months at different points in Kan sas, Illinois, Missouri and Oklahoma returned Friday and report a very pleasant time. Mr. Cope says that the crops where he passed through are very poor, corn especially, just about half a crop. Cotton Is fairly good in some parts. Mr. Cope says that the country cannot compare with the Salt river valley. Mrs. W. E. Springer drove to town Wednesday to do shopping. J. L. Maddox delivered to the In dependent meat market thirteen head of cattle at three cents per pound, the forepart of the week. Mrs. M. T. Olmstead and Miss Mary Sublett visited in town with friends Monday. J. E. Holly is harvesting another crop of alfalfa hay. Miss Lloyd visited her aunt and family Monday. Rudolph Wlckey has improved the appearance of his automobile by putting 1 ine lew '.on on It. Will Crlswell was busy with a crew of men stacking hay Tuesday. R. Wickey, Robert Irving and J. D. Kelly drove to town in Mr. Wickey's auto Saturday eve and took in the show. C. V. Gully, who has charge of J R. Bradshaw's ranch, is putting up a nice field of hay. C. R. McDonald had the thresher Wednesday and Thursday threshing alfalfa seed. E. M. Conger returned from his ranch in the Buckeye country Mon day. G. Stickley Is busy harvesting hay which is the fourth cutting. J. R. Bradshaw is cutting a nice crop of hay on the home ranch. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mcllmoil drove to town Tuesday on business. Miss Grace E. Hall, who has been spending her vacation with her par ents, Mr. andIrs. J. M. Hall, return ed Monday to school at the D. D. and B. institute at Berkley, Calif. J. H. Robertson and son were in the Fowler neighborhood Wednesday looking at cows to supply his dairy J. M. Hall received word from his brother, S. J. Hall, who is in Pres cott that he will return to Phoenix soon as that altitude does not agree with him. G. H. Newton's sale, conducted by the Rodgers Auction company, Tues day was a very successful sale and is reported by those that attended to be as large a crowd as was ever seen at an auction in this valley. Forty- one head of cows were sold at an average of $.".0 per head and fifteen head of two-year-old heifers averaged J40; steers fifteen months old Bold for $20.50 on an average. Calves, sold In a bunch, ages from two weeks to four months' old, at $8. There were people in attendance from Tem- pe and also from Prescott. Talk about hard times In this valley; in all that was sold only three notes were given. Mr. Newton intends moving on his ranch at Buckeye in the near future. Wm. Walton put tip another nice stock of alfalfa which he will have thrashed later this fall. Mr. Walton (Continued on page 5.) DorrisHeyman Furniture Co. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers ii Fireless Cookers WILL PAY FOR ITSELF FIVE X Special Introductory Price. Cookerettcs. 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PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. Arthur Ainsworth, Manager. Open Day and Night Phone Main 145. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington. THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. TT11 be open day and night Short orders and regular maaJa. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 Wast Wash. St Office Chief Quartermaster, Denver, Colorado, August 1, 19"S. Sealed pro posals !n triplicate will be receive! here and at office of the Quarter master at each post below named, un til 11 a. m., 1908, for furnishing Corn, Oats, Bran, Hay, and Straw or bed ding Hay, required during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1909, at Fort Apache, Fort Huachuca and Whipple Barracks, Arizona; Fort Logan and Denver. Colorado; Fort Bayard and Fort Wingate, New Mexico; and Fort Douglas and Fort Duchesne, Utah. In formation furnished on application here or at office of respective post quartermaster. J. W. I'OPE, Chief Q. M. H-K-H- -H-K-H-W-H-H- These Newspapers f On Sale .. 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'HlltH 1 111 1 1 HI t t II t II H "1 I I 1 I I I llllinillllllllll 1 t i n ' minium 1 1 1 1 WE GUARANTEE to cure wire cuts and sores on your horses with Columbia Gall cure or Healing Powder. We have received our buggies for fall and winter trade. Now is the time to get first choice. C0LLIN6S VEHICLE AND HARNESS GO. E. Adams St. next door to Adams Hotel. I lilt M !"! 1 1 M"M"H 111 I'tlW I East Lake Park J I The Raymond Go i TONIGHT Don't Miss This t ii 'Captain Swiff " The Strongest Play Ever Written Prices: 10c, 20c, 30c, 50c X T Seats on sale at Bear Drug T 1 Store. 1 ,1 1 ,MH"M"H'1"H'l""H'i IH1 Ford Hotel Grill Open every night until 1J o'clock. Merchants Lunch 11 30 to 130 Short Orders from 7 sm. to g p.m. DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOURS. Private rooms for ladles or parties. BANQUETS or .SPREADS for all occasions. You Must Stop FOR A COOL ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHTS REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA ARIZONA.