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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, 3IOXDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1908.
13 THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE has issued a remarkable number for December, not alone in pictures or in stories or in trie ordinary things that entertain; but remarkable in its encouraging outlook ; remarka ble in its interpretation of civic and religious progress; remarkable in its fearless presentation of deep-rooted and influential thought. IN THE 1IU Unrest means progress. There pervades the world to day more than at any other time in its history an atmos phere of unrest ; unrest in commerce ; unrest in social life; unrest in religion. Mr. Ray Stannard Baker is making an .important investigation of the. state of religion in this country, under the broad general title of "Spiritual Unrest." The first of these articles is published in the December number and discusses in a masterly way the subject of mental healing in its rela tion to religion. It reports remarkable fads of today. Mr. Baker has gone at the subject with a frankness of attitude, a simplicity of presentation and a thoroughness of treatment which will commend his work to every progressive thinker in the country. Read this article. This paper on " Healing in the; Churches' is only one of many excellent articles in he American Magazine For DECEMBER: 10c. The PhiBip Publahirt Company. New York PUB3L Of H "H-S-H .M"H"M"H"t I I'M SALE at Auction i orses i TMRSDAY DECEMBER 10th, AT 1:30 P. M. Al rAlK uKUUJNUo I 20 Head of standard bred trotting horses, including Boydello, CremedeMint, Sapho, OaKley and other highly bred horses, i the majority of which are Oh So colts, W. D. Hammond, V J . C' ADAMS, Auctioneer ) x Owner ttjjteJbw.rl 'H' ' '' W SLOW MONTH AT THE i Measured by Volume of Ma sonry Accomplished II E OF CEMENT A Workman Caught in a Rockslide-The Varied Fes tivities of Roosevelt on Thanksgiving Including a Masquerade Ball. Roosevelt. Dec. 3. (Special Corres- pemut nee of The Republican.) Man tle'. : S'u'iiinnl. was caught In a slide H-H-W-H-H-H-H--W H 1 I "i "I !''H--H--H-HH"I":"i"l''S V riiiiiilii - 'V STAVERS Runabouts, Traps, Buggies In all latest T styles.- TURN BULL Heavy Farm and Freight Wagons. WE CAN, SAVE YOU MONEY ON A RIG OR i WAGON OF ANY KIND. A big stock to select from. Ueauties for pleasure driving or for hard service. Tli- most durable heavy service wagons made, for Arizona use. The prices are very low. i Collings Vehicle & Harness Co 32-34 East Adams St BUGGY ROBES. We have just unpacked a t: i stock of Winter Robes. We have put a low i ti on these. Tick out a nice one now. NAVAJO BLANK fS. We can save you money on .Navajo Blankets. Simply call and see our stock and compare our prices. A Navajo will be a handsome Christmas present. REPAIR WORK. '. We do all kinds of repair work on buggies, sad dles and harness. Work cheap and guaranteed. , X"XH--:-H- ! .M-H-M-M"!-: of r.n in No. 1 quarry last night about 1:1 J and severely crushed from the waist down. He was held fast by the slide for some thirty or forty minutes, but was finally got out and removed to the hospital. Only three men went to his assistance while the rest of the men in the quarry below kept on at their work. The month of November was a slow oie in dam construction as only about 6000 yards were put in against some 14,000 yards for the month of October. This is mostly if not alto gether due to the failure of cement during the last month. The cement Is being put In as fast as It is milled while contractors have to wait be tween times. Carpenters are busy putting in a bulkhead in the tunnel in front of the gates of the dam for the purpose of shutting the water off so the gates can be got at on the upper side. Some further cement work has been plan ned for the spaces between the gates which are of cement and iron con struction, but have a semi-circular shape as they breast the flow of wat er passing on each side and through the gate. This is to be changed from the semi-circular to a V-shape so as to offer less hold for drift or uther refuse to find lodgment against them and so have a tendency to clog the gates and prevent the free working of them. Miss Hallie Thompson had a very narrow escape from serious injury while out horseback riding the other day. It was Just after the last rain and while crossing the old bridge where the clay used to be dumped. her horse jumped to one side, slipped and fell on its side, carrying Its rider with it. Fortunately the young lady was thrown far enough to one side so that she was not caught under neath the horse. As It was she es caped with a slight wrenching of the knee and a bruised shoulder. Jim Holmes, ranger, recently took a trip to Globe, being called there on court business. While there Jim Invested In a bran new buggy, return ing home in it and was accompanied by our handsome butcher, John Bel sar. They rode a ways and then walked a way, owing to the objection of their horse, who thought turn about was fair play and entered a vigorous kick against their doing all the riding. He was so persistent about it that the pair got out and walked several times. Mr. Holmes has since purchased it more tractable animal from Webb & Sons, to go with new buggy and be perfectly safe In case Jim should want to take out one of his best girls. Frazier & Strait are in the throes of moving their palace of cold fizz up to the new town. The stage company has been very busy moving and has moved all but the shell of their office, which will undoubtedly go tomorrow. The post office still stands in the old town with its rear portion of building torn down and contents all crowded In the front part of the building so that when word comes to move there will be no delay. This with the building formerly occupied by J. T. Akers and occupied by Webb & Sons' branch store, are the only two business buildings left in the old town. The remaining one or two families who are still at the old town are hav ing to contend with a severe nuisance in the shape of loose horses, cows, pigs and burros which get into every thing about the premises, even get ting on the porches of the dwellings in their hunt for something to eat and drink. They have the water In the river handy when they are dry but prefer to get water at the houses that has had to be packed from a quarter to a half mile away. ,The masquerade ball given at O'Rourke's camp Thanksgiving even ing was a decided success. Messrs. Tyler and Domino are to be congrat ulated. Everything was carried out as planned. Those who did not care to mask had the pleasure of sitting around and freezing until 11 o'clock. Duncan Dean and Carl Wietze were very becomingly dressed as an Indian brave and a squaw, Mr. Dean taking the squaw part. They could not have acted the part better had they been tho real articles. Mr. Dean wore a pair of moccasins, a skirt of many colors and a beautiful leather cape made by the Indians and belonging to Miss Goldie Rlngol. Their wigs were made of rope, blackened with ink. Ottis Mclntyre played the part of Buster Brown. Mrs. George Stin metz and Mrs. Eza Stinmetz were dressed as two "Heavenly Twins." Capt. Brooks was there representing a black domino. Frank Kelso and Mrs. Tyler were arrayed In coats of many colors, representing negro min strels. The best as well as the worst character represented was that of a corpse in a coffin. The corpse was Mr. Izett, dressed all in black, hav ing white gloves, a white mask, which was painted around the eyes and looked for all the world like a per son in the last stages of mortifica tion. The teeth were also showing. Over his head he wore a black skull cap. The casket was a frame cov ered over the outside with black cheese-cloth and in the inside with white cheese-cloth. The end was out so he could walk around. Mr. Izett does not dance much so he would cross his hands and stand around un til he had everybody ready to take him out and bury him. He did not stay very late. Nearly every card of the deck was represented, and cow boy girls, etc. Mrs. W. C. Webb has returned to her" home in Tempe. Mrs. Webb ex pects to move to Roosevelt soon to live. Miss Grace Webb, one of the teach ers in the Tempe public school, came up via Shattuck & Nimmos stage to Send Thanksgiving with relatives. Miss Webb returned to Tempe Sat urday morning. Will Bacon is very low with pneu monia. Ho almost passed away last Wednesday night. Miss Maggie McFadden came down from her home in the Sierra Anchas mountains to . spend . Thanksgiving with friends and relatives. Miss Mc Fadden is staying with Mrs. Press Armor and expects to stay here for Homo time. Thad Frazier has completed the moving of his house. Mr. Frazier did all the work himself. Bud Orme took the stage Tuesday morning for Mesa and Phoenix. Hoyt Medler spent a few days in Livingstone last week on business. The son of Mrs. Allen has been very low with pneumonia, but is Im proving. Walter Webb, who has been em ployed in the government power house, left for his home in Los An geles to spend Christmas and reside IM-rmanently. Mrs. Will McCauley, who has been on the sick list, is around again. Charley Dearsley and Duncan Dean, accompanied by two young lady friends, s-nt Thanksgiving at the Intake, returning Thursday evening in time for the masquerade bail. H"M"t' t i't-i iiininniiiiM m 1 1 n n n n t n n n t n i n n- WE GUARANTEE 10 PER CENT INCREASE IN VALUES IN ONE YEAR ON ANY RANCH LAND WE SELL. YOU THIS WINTER. FOR SALERANCHES 10 acres, 13 acres, 20 acres, 28 acres. THE SLEEPING SICKNESS WHICH MEANS DEATH How many readers have heard of this terrible disease? It prevails la that far-away country Africa especially the Congo district. It Is caused by the bite of the tsetse fly. When It bites a person, the sleeping symptoms begin and finally the sufferer sleeps until death occurs. Contrast this with the peaceful, balmy sleep of health. Is there any thing more wearing than to lie awake at night, tossing about, oenrous, with cold feet, hot head and mercy knows what else? Short of letting the tsetse fly bite us we would do almost any thing for relief. How can we pre vent it? Mr. George Hayes, of Union City, Pa., writes: "I had lost my appetite, was all run-down, could not sleep nights. I had tried every thing without relief. Vlnol was rec ommended, and to my surprise. It helped me at once; gave me a splendid appetite, and now I sleep soundly." WhatVinoldidforMr. Hayes.lt will do for every run-down, nervous and overworked person who cannot sleep. A. L. BOEHMER, DRUGGIST, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. t near Glendale SoOO near Glendale SiQnrt vvrw near Glendale i2iOO near Glendale sJl7S" 40 acres, near Phoenix S300O 80 acres, near Phoenix V-V.'-SIO 800 160 acres, near Phoenix StlVinrk FOR SALE-CITY. Sl-J.bOO 6-room brick and 2 lots 2000 5-room modern cement ; 83000 4 -room bungalow, new S160O 4-room bungalow, new SSOO 4-room brick, modern , S2fiOO 2 choice lots. Capital addition ...g45( If you don't sea it here, ask for it; we've got it. THE H. I. LATHAM CO J Real Estate, Insurance, Loans, Rentals. noiei Aaams Block. Phone Main 220. H"i...;l.I......l.l.HHH. mm i m i i h-m-t 4 'M 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 1 I I I 1 I-H I t I H i h t i l l I I 11 I I hYm.!. Why Not Build Your Home Today Just been put on the market, 28 choice lots, full size. In the northeast part of the city with ail city conveniences. You can buy one or more of these beautiful lots for $200 apiece; pay what you wish down, and the balance In monthly installments, as you would pay rent. Come and see me and I will help you to build a home. TO LET Houses and rooms for light housekeeping. Also good values in residence property. J. H. KINNEY, FIRE INSURANCE. RENTALS. 35 E. Adams St., Phoenix. Ariz. BONDS. "frM-H-M-M I 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 M H'.H"! I it 1 HU111 Hi M"M- H..H"H? n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i n m ir t I For Sale f 15 acres i miles from Phoe nix, all in alfalfa, fenced and JL cross fenced with stock fence; good house, barn, well and fruit T trees, all new Jo2j0. 80 acres of beet land for $60 jier acre. 40 acres of beet land 2 miles from the factory at $125 per T SO acres, all In alfalfa, fenced, gooJ house, well and old water, 34 miles from sugar factory: also suitable for oranges $125 per acre. A southeast corner of 75 feet in the Churchill addition, one block from two car lines, at $900. Loans, Surety Bonds, and Firs Insurance. L. J. RICE, Mgr. Trust Dept. Union Bank. I ! l il 11 I I H I I I I 1114- - FOR SALE 40 acres, all In alfalfa; $125 per acre. 160 acres, good stand of alfalfa, house, windmill, tank, etc., barn, shade; $100 per acre. Good orange, beet, alfalfa or truck lands in small or large tracts. Good terms. TaylopBerryman Company Next Door to Post Office. 4 I 1 I I I I I I I I IHHHIIIMH I Half Interest IN A GOOD PAYING BUSI NESS, CENTRALLY LOCAT ED, CAN BE HAD AT A BAR GAIN. GOOD REASON FOR SELLING. SEE Marshall. Kay & Go. I west Adams Ht. II 4 II 14 I I I II I I I I I I I 4 H i I II I HI I H It I I I I I 1 I f For tSale f 2 tracts of land on North Center St. Best soil and loca- ', ', tion. $200 per acre. J. L. IRVIN Real Estate, Insurance, Rentals. No. H North First Ave. I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I 14 I I liiii For Sale Two 2 V -acre tracts. Two 5-acre tracts. One 8-acre tract. One 9-acre tract. One 12-acre tract. A number of 10-acre tracts all close in, improved and unim proved. See us now. . H. KIPP & CO. 45 South Center Street. Phone Main 123. Everybody Wants To Make Money But I assume that yau are espe cially anxious to do so, because you are reading this "ad." I have no get-rich-quick scheme for you. I can't tell you how to go Into the street and pick up money. But I do know how you can make money through wise investment in Real Estate. If you are looking for an in vestment, whether it be In a home, a business block or a few acres of land, it will pay you to examine what we are offering. It is impossible for us to ad vertise all the properties we have for sale but we do want to quote to you this Nice 5-room Brick Cottage on North First street. This house is modern and Is as good as new. It has a bath, electric light, gas, a screened porch, etc. Price .$3150 In Small Tracts we have sev eral good ones, but our special this week is 10 acres all In cul tivation at 'one-half cash and the balance to suit the purchas er. Price per acre $150 In Larger Ranches we have also several very good "buys" and want to call your attention to an 80-acre farm which is cer tainly a big snap. It is all in cultivation and has a first class water right. It lies only about 3 miles from town. A good 3-room house. Lots of shade and a very desirable place. Half cash and the balance at 8 per cent. Price per acre... $135 Your money back if anything we sell you is not as we repre sent it. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m hii i ft" :: For Quick Sale 40 acres flowered and level 4 miles north of city, fenced; fin- I est of soil, per acre SI 75 Nice neat 5-room brick cot tage, everything in good repair; outside house, good chicken yard. Page-Hanlen & Co. Phone Red 3911. 43 W. Adams. :"M : i mil mm RENTING LOANS KAL ESTATE & I RVESTMEKT CoJ 26 N. I IF ST. PMOEMX VALLEY LANDS INSURANCE l I I t H II I I I III It'll IH lt f Let Us Show You 4-il HI II 11 i II I H IHIIH ii FOR SALE 40 acres of orange land on Central avenue at $30 per acre. 120 acres Glendale loess, all fenced and cross-fenced; 65 acres in alfalfa; 3-room house, nice young orchard, good water right." Price $85 per acre. Also a large list of city prop erty for sale. 3 furnished rooms for light housekeeping, close in, for rent. Greene & Ritter i Real Estate & Mining Brokers. Cor. of Center and Adams St. Phone Red 3301. t an Investment of S2.000.00 I which will more than double T each year for the next five T years. Tours for business. I The Arizona Land Co. f MESA, ARIZONA. ' I t I l l I I I I u n 1 1 1 1 1 1 FOR SALE One of the best 133-acre ranches in the valley; 100 acres in alfalfa; all under fence and house and or chard; In good location. Price per acre $100 Also a 40-acre ranch with 40 head of cattle and other things. This is a snap. Call and see me for particulars. A. R. TAYLOR, Owl Drug Store. For Rent ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE KEEPING. 2 rooms and screen room, electric lights, gas range, free water. Rent, $18.00. 2 rooms, bath, electric lights, gas range, wood stove, free water. Rent, $22.00. 3 rooms, bath, electric lights, gas range, sink in house, free water. Rent, $22.00. COLE BROTHERS I'H'i'H I I 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 I Ht 11 If 210 W. Wash. St. Phone Blk. 26S1. NEW Sub-division adjoining the Cap itol addition on the west. Adams street will be extended one-half mile and lots In the new addition which is named the WARREN TRACT, will extend from Adams street on the south to the Yuma road on the north. The lots average about 167 feet by 727 feet and contain about 2 acres each. There is a good stand of alfalfa over the whole tract. WESTERN TERMINUS of Washington street car line is only one block from tract and will be extended when conditions warrant. Prices and terms are such as to make this the most desirable suburban prop erty now on the market. Don't delay if you want such prop erty, but see E. A. Spaulding 17 W. Adams SL MM' It lit M lit H 1 II I I II t-fr ; An Exceptional Oppor tunity to I MAKE MONEY Creamery and Cold Storage Plant for Sale. See Us at Once. i The Elliot Evans Co. REAL ESTATE CO. 15 E. Adams St. Phone Black 2421. im 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 m t m nil