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TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY MORXIXG, SEPTE3IDFK 9, .1908..
8 A CONSTANT ANNOYANCE Half the nervousness, half the irri tability that is so common In every day life, is really sickness, and in most cases a condition that accompanies kidney trouble. It is the work of the kidneys to keep the. blood free from uric acid and othaj poisons, but when the kidneys are sick and not doing their duty, the uric acid poison permeates the body and attacks body, brain and nerves. The irrita tion causes nervousness, irritability, headache, dizzy spells; makes you lan guid, unfit for work and inclined to worry over trifles. Besides, there is nothing more annoying than a bad bark, and backache is the most com mon sign of kidney trouble. You feel lame and tired in the morning, suffer day and right with a dull aching in the back, find it hurts to stoop or bend or lift. Keep your temper cool and get the kidneys well. Xo person can feel cheerful and healthy if the kidneys are. the least bit affected. A few doses of Doan's Kidney Tills, taken in the be ginning, will set the kidneys right. Continued treatment cures cases of long standing. I Ml I-J feV -A 1 Vfe-L Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kid neys only, and contain no poisonous nor habit-forming drugs. They relieve congestion, and inflammation of Jhe kidneys or bladder, heal and cure the kidney tissues, drive off dangerous uric poisons, dissolve and remove gravel. and rid the body of all watery waste. Thousands of cures prove the merit of Doan s Kidney Pills. Here is a case at home: A PHOENIX CASE. John Rehwalt, of 32 S. Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz., says: "For years I was subject to attacks of kidney trou ble. The pains across the small of my back and over the kidney regions were very severe, and at times sharp cricks would seize me and would make it almost impossible for me to straighten after stooping. I could scarcely touch the region around the kidneys, as the slightest pressure caused throbbing pains. I procur ed D ian's Kidney Pills at Adams' rharmacy, and they promptly relieved me. A continued use cured me, and I gratefully say that I have not had any return of mv old complaints." 'BOAN'S-KIDNEY P ILLS f YOU CAN SEE PLE NTY OF "TO RENT" THE REPUBLICAN WANT ADS. SIGNS IN Looking for a flat or house by the "To Rent" sign is to waste time, energy and patience. This method of hunt ing is being abandoned by those who realize their value. The new and easy way is to read The Republican Want Ad. The ads in the "To Rent" columns mean much nn.re than a "To Rent" sign. They tell you alwuit the rent, numlier of rooms, surroundings, conveniences, means of transportation and other necessary information. Another advantage is that you have the opportunity of seeing the Read The Republican best houses and flats in the city. Want Ads and find a flat without leaving your home. F()R RKXT Four thoroughly fur nished housekeeping rooms, gas, cook stove, electric lights, porce lain bath, large screen porch, etc., .".".! North Srd Ave. THE HOTEL AT HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. An Incomparable Resort Both Summer and Winter, Mid Picturesque and Historical Surroundings. lECURITX SECURITY BU1LIDNG 'AVINGSIDANK Los Angeles OLDEST AND LARGEST IN THE S0t)7rWEST. WE DO A BANKING BY MAIL BUSINESS AND PAY 3 PER CENT INTEREST ON ORDINARY ACCOUNTS WHICH MAY, BY AR RANGEMENT, BE CHECKED AGAINST WITHOUT PRESENTA TION OF PASS BOOK. RESOURCES OVER $20,000,000.00 HEALD'S 614 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. Send for Catalogue J. w. LACKEY, Manage THE ANGELUS, Los Angeles, Calif., C. C. Loomis, Harry Loomis, Props. Cars direct to hotel from all depots. Right in center of shopping and business districts. Close to all theaters. Rooms, single. $l.nO, $2.00. JLT.O and f:..; double, $2.50, $::.00, $4.00 and $5.00. The beautiful Angelus Grill is now open. Orpheum Orchestra. SAN DIEGO SEMINARY, San Diego, Calif. A select school for girls and young women. Prepares for high grade colleges and universities. Supe rior advantages in Voice, Music, Art, Klocution. Languages, Athletics. Swimming. Gymnastics, etc. A most superb home with attractive grounds. School opens Sept 16th. Write fo catalogue, Mrs. F. A. Woodin, Bus. Mgr. The Root that "ProCes," sun-proof and ram-proof; needs no paint or repairs Rubber Sanded RooGng won't chip, won't rust, won't tear, won't warp wont decay, wont crack, won't absorb moisture, won't attract electricity won t wear out, won t be affected by climatic change or conditions, won't cost as much, in the long run, as other roofing. What Rubber Sanded Roofing WILL do i. told of in our Booklet. "Rocf-TaBc " which will be icnt free upon request, together with samples of the Roofing iudf PIONEER ROLL PAPER COMPANY Maker, of Rubber Sanded and Rubber FUxine Roofing and Refiner, of Asphahum Department LOS ANGELES. CAL. Of the thousands of Phoenix people who go to the coast every summer few of them appreciate what they have misseil by not visiting the Hotel at Holleywood. It is only six miles out from Los Angeles on the Santa Monica line, is provided with a car service every seven minutes and the ride be tween Hollywood and the city only re quires thirty minutes. More and more Arizona people are learning each year of this most delightful resort, and vis iting it as one of the features of their outing season. During the present summer quite an Arizona colony was there for a time. Among them were the Ainsworth family, Mrs. II. L Lattham, Clayton Latham, Judge and Mrs. Jami son, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Garrety, who have lived here more or less and who expect to return here the coming winter. The Ainsworth family spent last summer at the Hollywood and now have the 'habit." For a great variety of reasons the Hotel at Hollywood is a most interest ing place. Mentioned first as a resort, rivferenee:Hhold be made to Ms creature comforts and the incomparable service anil equipment. It i.s onlv three venrs ince it was opened to the public and t has been doubled in size since them strong evidence of its popularity. It now a magnificent large structure ind just as perfect in appointment as t i.s magnificent in size. It possesses all the palatial advantages of the best stelries both as to apartments and furnishings, and in respect of cuisine. Vegetables are grown on the hotel grounds, the year around, for the cli mate i.s siierb, midway between the city and the sea. and near the skirting hills of the highlands. The proprietress is Mrs. M. J. Anderson and the man ager is her sen Stanley Anderson and the greatest ambition of both is to make the resort a just famous one. Those who are interested in knowing more concerning the details of what the hotel offers to the pleasure seeker and vacationist should write for nn il lustrated booklet. There is one other institution run in connection with the hotel which should be specif icially mentioned and that is the Cahuenga Tavern. It is situated in Cahuenga canyon only a short distance from the hotel but back .in the hills and is a delightful place with commanding views of mountains and valleys, grounds for all such games as comprise the Country club attractions, gold, tennis, etc., and all the facilities for picnic parties private entertainments, dinners to small parties etc. It is the ideal place for those who enjoy littlft private excursions from the big hotel, or from Los Angeles, a sort of an ex tra outing from a regular outing pro gram. Autos, carriages, horses, etc., are always available and the street' cars run within an easy walkinc- dis- ta nee. So much for the hotel and tavern strictly as stopping places, and the above is but a mere hint of the beau ties, luxuries and conveniences of the places. Now a word about Hollywood city and a hint of its historical mem ories. It is situated on the old Cumino Real, the old Spanish highway built by the missionary fathers, connecting all the old Spanish missions from San Diego to San Francisco. It was sup posed to be in the olden time a day's journey from one mission to another. The big hotel faces this road which i.s still a famous route of travel for the automobiles and others. The name Hollywood is not derived as many might suppose, from any as sociation with Holly berries or holly wood, but is said to be In reality "holy' wood, based on this incident. An early priest in 1769, erected a cross and blessing It, and it i.s standing in the near vicinity of the hotel. The spot was thereafter know'nas the precincts of the holy wood. The moderns sup plied the additional letter 1, maying it Hollywood and the correct business name of the caravansary in question I.s "The Hotel at Hollywood." This in spite of the fact that the town is one of several thousand people, one of the most famous of Los Angeles' many suburban neighborhoods. One thing more should be mentioned concerning the hotel and that is that it is conduct ed on the American plan only and ev erything is provided that a right mind ed American could wish for. Another fact or historical interest is that in an old adobe building that Is still standing not for from the hotel. General Fremont the Pathfinder, and General Pico, the old. Spanish governor drew up and signed the treaty whereby mat portion of the country became a possession df the United States. Hoi lywod is the home of many notable people and many" of the leading .busi ness men of Los Angeles. It is a ver itable all year 'round flower garden and from the hills, under and upon which it nestles one may look away to the ocean near ' Santa Monica or back. to the mountain heights ' in the real1. o TOWN WHEKE LIFE IS WORTH 1 HE LIVING The Impression Dr. Hibbard Carried t Away Frorrj Detroit. 'i3 . 1 trj .? M i ? K 13 ir fj tit SENT TO YOUR HOME Ffi 2 Just send your nanie and address on the coupon below that is all you need to do. It doe jfoj not cost cm penny and as soon as your name and address is received a set of the world larr.ou SfS Library of Universal History will be scat to you prepaid. ffi HRE iB the PnMt opportunity i U . turjiiy forour residerK to secu wm n Dr. and Mrs. AV. W. Hibbard have recently returned from a two months' tour of the north central states, their destination being Rueyrus, O., the former home of Mrs. Hibbard. They were accompanied by their daughter, Grace, who will remain there for the winter. ur. and Mrs. Hibbard spent a con siderable part of their vacation in Do troit which the doctor believes is the handsomest and best city in the United States and he has seen all of the great cities, except those of the southern states. Hundreds of Phoeneians have visited Detroit and many of them have lived there but perhaps few have so great an appreciation of the beauties of the town. The stranger is at first impressed with the cleanliuss of it. It has a population r.f something over 400.000 and is the seventh city in point of size. Though it is one of the oldest cities of the country, the modern Detroit dates from the fire of 1S0.", and the greater part of its beauty has been added with in the last twenty-five years. After the fire it was laid out after the plan of Versailles, France, all the streets, converging upon two local points. One of the points of beauty is the famous Cadillac square which is surrounded by the principal municipal civic, state and federal buildings. There are numerous monuments to and sta tues of those who have been prominent in the arfairs of the city and the state. The streets arc- wide and bordered everywhere with trees. Miles and ever offerad sn oppor- jreut leas lh:in half lmca Ihtsu n.'li-en b-j'iutiful volumes oil printed (rem Ursre new tne. emftdiistiett it!i7er IU0litib:e xiaizr niapund pluaa. 7iO I M pajo Ulustrutiens. many of b:t!i tro in colore, and oter 5.C0O Wi'es of rcaic trailer. Th! ofier Is made po!,ib!e hr the failure of the publishers, the Union Hoolt 0. of i::iicairo. Hundreds of seta of thin work htvo been s. ld a: foO O ie icli and thev are worth wwry cent of It. lint we hen eat'iie ynu a rirk-liitm bankrupt lrk of onlv 00 after ox am;r.at.ioi ?ci i': no ;-:- month fnr 14 months. 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Prof, deoras Felluws, of Indiana, says: "Most historic of tho world are oi-.-ary c oTMniatious. ri'iii.i work, however, is cioar, im irostinc nr.d accuraic." P.x Yice-re. Stevenson says: "It i a complete record of the lium:tn rac ! arj'l should lirtil a lacc in every Library." Jfii n. BenJa-cTn Andrews. Chancellor of the University of Nebraska. Saj says: "lis e iueatius.il v-Uus in the boicu is soro lu Im very k'reat." f?- Rev. Frank W. Ouitr nu!us, of Chicairo, fays: "These volume win im of immensa service in .s'.ituuluinif ktstory taudyinour country. It is a work of real t'enius." Prof. Dshrey, of Vlnr'nin, savs: Southern readers will lwirraiilit.il at the unoart.al spirit la wmcu the war for boutai.rn iId';l.'!-dl.'C:L nested." The St. Louis Ql'ibe Democrat says: "This wp Invests the siuUr of tlitorv with a new cUarm thai will oc lull by both young and old." M 15 Massive Volumes Rill y .... "lrta.-'-i. 75 lbs. NEVER BEFORE In the nB! of the pabJIsWnirbuilness. 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TL?n J ou can u.'ci'Je. htmid you not wish to keep tho v:ork ycu wiii notify us acd we wiil have it trj returned at our cxM-asa S-i: The illuatrctJan cl the took Htpti horclnr'nr't.rtf. ihm fTit.Ifv vcu in use snn thcrn te whrv. vv a.r Vnii i!tiithn mi ? 4 obiitiitiuD to u.r any or.o else by Einiiitu: this rciucst, you f.iiun.y asSt lor a jrca irxsiuinat.on in your own home uiiLoui fr 1-ayinu any one :aythiii;, ana remember you can st,nu trie books hacii i our t xiK-ii!;, and re- iucnitjcr. too. tins baourupt rov'.c -bottom lnci; of SCM.r.o lor thjs Library nas ocea maoj wssiuie cvv on ao ount or the failure of Cnioa tattnr a rt'Cu;v r :; saic a price wliicu L-art.-Iy cov ers the cost of the pa per UUU U1IKJ1LJ. MAIL THf COLrON t f wra kivws.fc ' iM't fts:li&xr ., c.f os, Jr ' fiir Vjrt,1 jt i Jy&jf a & r vsNV,o VA j?' vs" miles of the streets have been asphitlt- j 45.1 'sp'yZis i 'S.:. XuSAt TJ'fi.i ed and are always as smooth and , tP&4prii:A' 'fi: Vi?-M: elean as a floor. The city abounds In ; rr-sM'r -te.Mgr &.i4,A.s-!? I.aiks and playBrounds. One of the' &&3v'. AtiAA La& S-v.-1'.' best known is Grand Cirrus park upon! 'Ur which no ex;-nse has been spared, i tr' '"2,!iS- 'A'.:A 'iJ?$ j Y6 Planning a New HomcPS ft I Ty PerSnS are rW at tliis season in ST Wl, i KJ M) !, in'l g F-UM anJ -Tirications for their new ff 1 Let Us Plan Your Plumbing? lj I I ' sW tm'C' I t' A I ArV T t"l ut execute all con- Sj '"i I' U-W''mirs w Am tracts on e most -a; I " ' I 'iMfatfli W'SliJ aFProved nitary '3 liSj 1'MuaL '114 Iipcs employ the i if ilmW a,nJ comPcPtcnt - Id ' I -i' M f f stJyi'0?T chamcs and use the f f;V- Ml iu irif b yi 17 r7 v jw very best fivfor. I 1 't::i II U i V aw Pom- E m . Ill m i TO i I-n Enameled Baths 1 IZi I TfiCffmtJW "you do not find i l-fl 'II VWXINJ & convenient to call rA,A 1 I HmJ in person, write or $ fA I- J' 'y our catalog .ndo.hcf Ii,Mureon d, ubkrt t I 'T v-m B. d0rn samtatlon- We xvould advise however f, 0"tne.SUbJect 5 wsm (A aurna Fair-xov- - m m? Rpfik - Li - GEO. HAGEMAN - M Jglg-' fca fftfi,.. '' i I'lihr- '-' " ''.-xiVfr-' :Jr- Ayy-'''A2t,'i-4 .. x. , , .t- "--,ili:f'lar tiibWTYr- 'bES' ' A &j tach volumo 1 inc: and 10 inches h weight, boxed, nearly r Hotel Westminster Los Angeles, Cal. Fourth and Main fti American Plan Reopened Rates CJ7 -A Rooms Per DayO.OU without Bath Rooms With Bath $3, $3,50 and $4 European Plan Jl.OO per day and np wui nam anu up F.O.JOHNSON, - Piop. 1 There is engraved there a motto: 'In Detroit life is worth living." The boul evard fourteen miles in length winds through the city. It is of varying -vidth and is every where paved with asphalt. Another feature is the little marble fountains which are found everywhere bubbling witli ice water cooled by some process. Across the river i.s the fam ous Belle Isle park of Too acres con taining u zoo, an aipiarium and many other attractions. The electric rail way system is one of the best in the country and the management has an arrangement by which during certain hours a fare of 3 1-8 cents is allowed. The Detroit river with Lake Erie at one end and Iake St. Clair at the i other, with its many resorts constitutes one of the chief attrac tions of the city . and gives to it the best summerk cli mate in the I'nited States. The Mich igan Central is engaged on a tunnel under the river which will be complet- j ed next July at a cost of $ir.,noO.Hin. Detroit is the home of Parke, Davis & Co., for more than half a century a great drug manufacturing concern. Its plant has grown to such an extent that when Dr. Hibbard was shown through it it took him nearly three hours to complete even a hurried tour of the buildings. The company has its own machinery making plant, its own printing plant and its own fire depart ment. There has been added in recent years a therauny plant located at Hochester, a few miles from the city, where 20(1 horses are kept for the m ufacture of serum. To this visitors are not admitted for there are secrets there! to be preserved, but what is going on i J may be seen at a distance through glass doors. In Detroit as well as in Chicago the doctor found a great deal of industrial ! unrest, but farmers evervwhere! throughout that region are prosperous, j EjT? -Many however, are leaving it for the northwest, not because they are dis satisfied with their surroundings but because they have been offered such prices for their holdings that thev could not resist the temptation to sell and go where land can be bought cheaper. It is a curious fact that none of them are coming in to the south west, probably as the doctor surmises. for the reason that they have not been informed of the opportunities which await them in Arizona and Southern California. There i.s still everywhere a lamentable ignorance regarding this part of the country, but Dr. Hibbard found many who were familiar with conditions here and regard them as ex tremely favorable. Dr. Hibbard found very little politi cal excitement. On one of his journeys a straw vote was taken of the Pullman in whiclj he was traveling. There were seven votes for Taft. six for Dry an and one for Chafin. Ten men de clined to eommitt themselves. The tour the doctor says was one of the most enjoyable of all the annual vacation trips he has taken. SB V