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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908.
o ' -IMJHIillllilir considerable coaxing and some running EbjSOIisbiimiiiiiiiii fgBggaBBSBBKKttBBBKBMKIiMMBB" n .. , that the children pursuaded her to re- rj' ni 111114 "ir lis vv -'- i m m t - 3- '5.' V-iSfi!-r-T ' . .V - L :, AS,. X,-. Deere Vehicles are the Stan dard for Quality Style and Finish E. W. Thayer The Weekly News Of The Valley 4-H-H-H-J-H-H-H- -rW"l'WW."I r-Hr-H-H-H-H-i-H ; ; ; .,;,.i"M"M"M i Nelson and son Viggo, Mrs. Hughbert Mclntyre and daughter. Miss Marjory. Mrs. Snell, mother of Mrs. W. M. Doggett, arrived here from Texas last week. She arrived in time for the marriage of her granddaughter Lena. She will make Arizona her future home. Miss Lena Doggett and E. W. Bacon were united in the holy bonds of wed lock last Tuesday evening at t o'clock by Rev. Lawrence Williams, pastor of the Christian church. The church was handsomely decorated by Miss Zella RURAL ROUTE NO. 4. t MURPHY. Murphy, Sept. IS. School opened here Monday with twenty-five pupils, two trustees and Mr. Mathews in charge. Mrs. J. R. Bradsliaw is reported on the sick list. Mrs. Joe Rosevere has returned to her home in the Heard neighborhood, Avis. She also played the wedding after visiting with her sister. Mrs. K. march. The bride is the handsome and S Townsend for some time. Mr. Chas. Whitlow and family spent Sunday with W. I. 'Phy and family. H. A. Bustrin has been busy .with his hay the past week. W. W. Bradshaw is still on the sick list. Those who attended church and Sun- i day school, from t'artwright were ! Mrs. List, Mrs. Gardner, Mr. List and Miss Evelyn Gardner. Rev. Gardner preached. Our Sunday school raised $10 for missions last Sunday. Miss Mollie Morrell spent Sunday evening with Misses .Iary and Clara Bustrin. The O. A. Roberts sale was well at tended last Wednesday. Some of the roads in our neighbor hood have again been irrigated charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Doggett who resides southwest of the city. They came here from Tex as a short time ago. RIVERSIDE-MESQUITE. Riverside-Mesquite, Sept. IS. The school was delayed a week as we did not secure a teacher. It will open Sept. 21 at 9 a. in. All pupils are requested to lie present. John Bradshaw of Murphy was a business visitor here Tuesday. Those who went to Phoenix Tues- H-H-fr-t-H-fr-H-K' 1 H' 1 H-H-M-H-i ARLINGTON. H-H-H-H-H-H-S-H1 11 1 M II II I'M Arlington, Ariz.. Sept. 18 (Special correspondence of The Republican.) The cotton crop of this district Js coming to the front fast. C. G. Doming has two pickers at work and W. L. Strickland has one picker. This is just the beginning of the picking. A little later on there will be a big demand for cotton ' pickers. The farmers of Arlington are all busy hauling alfalfa seed to Phoenix. Mr. Frank Cache returned last week from California, where he was called on account of his father's illness. He reports his father much improved. Frank spent a few days here with his brother, George, and then left for Wickenburg to look aft"- his cattle interest. Mrs. Wayne Percley returned to parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Harris Mrs. Percley's sister, Emma Harris. left with her to be gone - a lew weeks visiting in SaffordV Jamea King of Phoenix is expected here tomorrow or next day to teach the Arlington school another year. School will begin Monday, Septem ber 21. John Bassctt, foreman of the O. K. ranch of this place, is spending a few days In the capitol city on busi ness. Mr. Lee, a prominent farmer of this place, Is spending a few days on his -homestead near Phoenix. Will Fitzpatrick, who has charge of the Arlington store and postof fice during Mr. Peterson's absence, received word from his father in Illinois, to which place he went a few weeks ago. He reports a pleas ant Journey and says he is enjoying good health. He expects to return to Arlington some time this winter. Elmer Claxton, proprietor of the Cowboy corral, spent a few days in Arlington looking after his cattle. Norman Deming of this place Is spending a few days In Phoenix on business. Spurgeon Tomlinson and sister. Georgie, of Tempe passed through here last week on their return homo after spending a two weeks' vaca tion at Agua Caliente. They had a very pleasant time. The Montgomery-Cocke Cattle com pany's men are busy riding the range on the lower Gila. Andrew Neilsen of Tempe has pur chased the Puree Woods place here. Mr. Woods is spending a few iveeks In Tempe visiting his parents. He intends to leave for California before lonfc.'. I I 1mH..'"H1"H' ! H 'I 'l '1"I"M 1 M H- SCOTTSDALE. day were: Mr. and Mrs. otto Green, her home in Safford after spending Will Xelssen. Mr Dearsley. Mrs. P. X.'a couple of months here visiting her considerable coaxing and some running that the children pursuaded her to re turn to the rig to go home. . George Rothrock and son Don made a business trip to Phoenix Tuesday. The power line through here has been taken down and will be hauled away soon. - Coyotes are coming In again and are quite noisy at night. The chicken crop will be correspondingly decreased here with the increase of the coyote1 family. o CLENDALE. ' H, Mil H"M"M'-M-'H 1 H-H-M-M-fr '' Glendale, Ariz.. Sept. IS. (Special corresiondence of The Republican.) Glendale was well represented at the Bonner sale last Monday and sev eral purchases were made by our citizens. The Walter Hill company has a force busily engaged in packing pears at the Glendale Improvement com pany's orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Luitjens have pur chased a twenty-acre ranch near Eastlake park at Phoenix. They moved this week from the Gillette ranch, where they have resided- this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Luiejens made many friends who regret their leav ing Glendale, but wish them all pros perity In their new home. Master Archie Grant is the proud possessor of a new pony and saddle, a birthday gift from his parents. Mr. Adams is building a new barn at his ranch north of Glendale. J. C. Davis is painting ' his house and improving the appearance of his ranch very much. G. M. Hahn called at E. J. Flock's last Sunday. The public schools opened here Monday with a good enrollment. The boys and girls all seemed to be de lighted to get back after their four months' vacation and ready for a good year's work. The family of Leslie Norris is suf fering from an attack of whooping cough which was contracted in Cali fornia during their visit there. John Bonner has Just completed a small tenant house at his ranch northwest of Glendale. Mr. Duke and son, Jim, left Thurs day morning for the southern port of the territory and will probably take a trip over into old Mexico be fore returning home. ciiool Opens Today n Make the Boys Happy By bringing them to Goldberg's and let us fit them up for their School Outfits the largest and best selected assortment in Phoenix mi 1 1 iiiiiiini un 1 1 1 n o o Boy's Short Pants Suits Boy's Long Pants Suits Boy's School Shoes Boy's Waists Boy's Underwear, the Suit Boy's Hats and Caps Boy's "Black Cat" Stockings $2.50 to $12.50 $5.00 to $20.00 $1.50 to $3.00 , 50c to $1.00 50c to $1.50 25c to $3.00 25c pair o o II We Guarantee all Our Merchandise YOU'LL DO O BETTER AT VV&XS ISOEZO OUTFITTERS TO MEN AND BOYS. IMPERIAL VIENNESE TROUPE COMING. The Imperial Viennese Family of aerialists from Vienna are making their first tov.r of America with the Barnum and Bailey Createst Show on Karth. which is soon to be seen here. This is the greatest group of aeriai- ists in the world. They have been the talk of Kurope for the past several seasons. There are ten in the company. S3 TO THE PUBLIC I have secured the services of a Mr.' Behuy, 'direct from the ?ioneer Transfer Co. of Los Angeles, who is an expert in Handling Safes, Pianos, Furni ture and Machinery. Let us figure with you on any class of hauling and see if we cannot Save You Money. Wagons of ever' description can be had on short notice. Phone Main 1(5. LIGHTNING DELIVERY 16 S. CENTER ST. "T1 "if T Indian Blankets, PoN tery, Moccasins, Bead t f Work,Silverwareelc. y he Navajo Curio j! 4. 12 Nortn center street 1M III III M I 1 11 All 1 1 1 ! It' OFF FOR A SPIN. p.nd witn the certain l.nowledge that the overhauling we have k en your car will remove the pos sibility of any ordinary break down. No matter what your ma chine ma need in the way of sup plies we furnish it In the ber.t qulitr, on the spot, and at low prices Deal with ua once 81 d you'll always do so. SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. Phone Main 345 225-229 W. Wash. St. E. W. BACON. Manager. WEE Every woman covets a shape ly figure, and many of them deplore the loss of their girl ish forms after marriage. The bearing of children is often destructive to the mother's shapeliness. All of this can be avoided by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this liniment prepares the body for the strain upon it, and preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend makes the danger of child-birth less, and carries her safelv through this critical "ET TTCWW. nerinH Thnttsinrlc frratf fullv tell nF the henpfit nnd j - ---w k.w-- - relief derived from the use w inis remea y. Wr?r? . I CT i i Ml irv a mi u 8old by drMssirts nil OOmi tKi-.tle. Book mall 1 frtntll exixvfuit mnthro. Xilb JSXAJJilM.D REGULATOR CO. Atlanta. Ga. i TrTTSa TT5N A ft V fi IV:h l irtir A. ZJ BUTTER-NUT BREAD Made from especially - blended flour with great care, under sanitary condi tions. It is mixed, weighed and moulded by machinery scarcely touch ed by hand and completed, it is a full weight loaf of delicious, whole some bread, 10c per loaf half size, 5c. - Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoenix, November 9-14, 1908. Attractions ex traordinary. PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY, EDWARD EISELE, Prop. Established 1881. Phono Main 89. Bis Game Hunters Now Is the time to select your gun and place for big pame shoot ing. I will bo pleased to help you in your selection. If you have a rifle bring it in, have it examined and put In perfect shape and we will talk over the best places to use It. I keep posted. A. W. GALPIN 26 East Washington Street. Sporting Goods. FALL MILLINERY AND SUITS Handsome New Suits arriving daily. Interesting prices to first 20 ; sold. Call at onee and see the latest styles, shades and stripes, j The mots beautiful suits you ever saw. STYLES ; Our milliner, who just returned from a three months' trip to eastern style centers, personally selected all Millinery, Hats, etc, and : the najne Francis will stand for what is right in every respect. QUALITY Our. Shajes. Trimmings, Ribbons, Feathers, Wings, etc., are of the best qualities and shades. Every woman will feel a pride in wearing a hat from Francis' House. PRICES We work on small margins. You get high priced, high grade Hats from us for less money than you could ever buy them before anywhere. SEE NEW STYLES We will be pleased to show you the season's new shapes, the new shades and the new popular trimmings. Have our expert Mil- . liners to attend to your Millinery wants. Francis Cloak and Suit House Pcottsdale. Sept. 19. The Brown party arrived home from the hills Monday forenoon. They report a very pleasant outing. Miss Swain opened school here Mon day morning and everything Is running like clock work. Miss Olsen came out from Phoenix to spend a few days with friends this week. Harry Smith has gone down to the Gila country for some steers. Mrs. George and Miss Olsen called on irs. Hayden Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wakelee. who have a hom-tead near Camelback. made a lit tle business trip over our neighborhood last Tuesday. Mr. Stickles has moved into one of Mrs. Thomas' tents. He has been un der the weather for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Frazier called on the Haydens Thursday eve. Mr. Brown and Mr. Hayden have spent several days moving and caring for their steers this week. Henry' Ware spent Sunday with the Haydens and looked over his cattle on the south side before returning to Phoenix. Master Wilford Hayden fell from a horse last Saturday and hurt his head quite badly. A physician was con sulted who said he thought no perma nent injury would result. We read with Interest the account in The Republican, Romelime ago, about D. C. Warren's hen that not only lays nice fresh eggs but went to mar ket with them. Mrs. Vanderhoof would like to match hens with Mr. Warren. One of her famous Plymouth Rocks has made three trips to market and back without leaving the buggy. Once she got credit for three eggs. She does not teem able to distinguish between a trip to market and a trip to school, however, for Wednesday she made a trip to school beneath the buggy seat. She remained quiet until about 3 o'clock when she decided to look for some lunch and got out. It was with 10 bars liorax Soap Tuesday, 25c. McKte's Cash Store. o Free Time Cards of the Phoenix Railway company's lines at the Post Office News Store. Vest Pocket size. Fit a ladies' purse. Dr. HIBBARD Sexual Blood and Genito urinary Organ Specialist. Urethral Obstructions Specific Blood Poison Nervous Debility Contracted Diseases The above- disorders with their terrible effects cause depression of mind and wrecking of body and racking of the nervous system. Your life -may be at stake. Why not get the beet of treatment. It your eyesight is poor go to a reliable oculist. If your bt-Hring is poor you need a competent aurtst. If your teeth ache call on a good dentist If burning up with a fever or yon have some acute disease consult your family physician. Thev should treat you, not I, for I do not treat siich caws and they tan do better by you. If however ycr have some serious disease In my line in whit Ii yor.i life and health be at stake, it is absolutely necessary for you to consult one who has ex pert skill, large experience and scientific equipment, in order to be permanently and uccesstully cured. . Cancer aaa Extaraal Growths lemayad Witaaattfc C (.the Kaif r Sever , ntatares ao with tamplat Safety Dr. I Utbbara. litibard building, 2f. -iS South Second Avenue, 'UOcniX Arizona. Cannlt(i trm. Hours i! Miss Fanny Peck Teacher of Pianoforte Playing. Pupil of Carl Stasny and Louis C. Elson, New England Conser vatory of Music. MISS GRACE PECK. Teacher of Flute and Piano forte Playing. Pupil of Glenn Dillard Gunn of Chicago Conservatory and EUouward Fleck of New York. STUDIO 20 Westmoreland Place (Simm's Addition.) A LITTLE TALK ON Hi L3 honeIkT . Madam Egbert Pinney Teacher A'olce Culture. Dramatic Expression. Grand Opera Repertoire. 821 NORTH FIRST STREET. The Buckeye Lumber Co. is now and always has been the cham pion of low prices on lumber. Ten years in business in the Salt River Valley we have always advocated right prices. "Live and Let Live and a Square Deal" is our motto. Here follow our prices for cash : No. 1 Arizona "pi no Boards SS2.00 I'rr JI 2x6-8-10 and 12 OP. Rough S2d!o0 Vt M 2x4 O.P. Rough S2M.00 Ir M 1x12 Rough R.W S3SiOO I-r M 2x6-8-10 and 12 Rough R.W S33.00 Ir M 1x4 O.P. Flooring. No. 2 SofiiOO Ir M 1x4 O.P. Flooring, No. 1 S41.00 Pr M Clear Pine Finish S 45 OO l'or M 1x4 O.P. Ceiling S3G.OO I" r M No. 1 R.W. Shingles, full count S3. 00 I'cr JI A complete price list of all material will be published from day to day in this space. The Buckeye Lumber Co. Attention School Boys 'THE BEST ALWAYS Attention School Boys New Neckwear We have just received a small advance assort ment of the latest novelties in Neckwear and Belts for Fall. There are many new features In this lot, both in the bow and string effects. We are also showing some new and handsome designs in Silk Windsor Ties f.n- fall. See the display on our front show case. I New Hair Rolls Made of the best fine soft hair, the wavy, fluffy kind, covered with invisible net, all colors. See them at our notion counter in three sizes: 16-inch at, each .- 3o 20-inch at, each 40 24-inch at, each 50t Closing Out Sale of Our Entire Line of Boys' and Youths' Shoes We need the room for our Ladies' and Children's Shoes and will , na iu ui.-wuHiuiue our iioys aim loutns line to get this room. -jj mi.-, in cm iiiiiMiui viittnce in mock every scnooi hoy in the city I (In. k.'lw.n. ii 1. . ,- ... ... t'ftvr a Hum iu ucm uiauuiuciurers in the country. Everv V I J 1 ... i r- I., . .C 1 : -J i i i .,, . . . iuc v.1 aunu icauier im win siana me nara wear of the CTOil '.I school boy. Below is the wnv- nri- them - i.J nl All S3. 00 Rov.o' arte! Vnntliu" Shnoo a 7n All 0 r.fi T-...-,. - j t- r-., . lA v lr9 xouuis onoes at S1.93 A WefviA. All $2.25 Boys' and Youths' Shoes at a rVVAa All $2.00 Boys' and Youths' Shoes at est zn V'WifX All II 7". nm.' anA .!... CI V4 A" 15 Boys' and Youths' Shoes at 1 Of, mi is a siraignt UISIUUINI UF 3 PER CENT. ALL NEW SHOES, all sizes; no odds and ends. Wo are simply selling out this particular line. x :l 1 K f etterBuy One Week Only Nabisco Wafers, reg. 33c 20 Nabisco Wafers, reg. 13c IOC Champagne Wafers, res 33c, 20 5 o'Clock Tea, reg. 13c 10 Social Tea. reg. 13 ---lOd Cheese Sandwich, reg. 15c... 10 Fig Newton, reg. 13c 10 Hilo Graham, reg. 13c 10 Unitla Ginger, reg. 13c 10 Butter Thin, reg. 15c 10 Saratoga Flakes, reg. 23c lo Venetian Wafers, reg. 13c... 10 Oat Meal Crax, reg. 13c 10 Faust Oyster Crax, reg. 13c 10 Bis Bis, reg. 10c... J ABOVE ARE IN PACKAGES ONLY. FOURTH ARIZONA FAIR, PHOENIX, NOV. 9-14. ATTRAC TIONS EXTRAORDINARY. E. S, Vake n Grocer Go, NEW LOCATION, FIRST AND ADAMS ST. GOOD PLUMBING Serves you right, saves you trouble. Our work is neat, is personally guar anteed. Let us figure on yourwork; it means mon ey to you; satisfaction too. Phone Black 2891. - Johnson & Remsbottom Practical Plumbers. ' 22 N. Second Street. lU-U. 1-3-6-7.