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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1909.
WE WILL MOVE INTO THE ALKIRE CO.'S STORE, 27 & 29 E. WASHINGTON ST. Oil M0VALSALE1 PULLS AND YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY, FOR THE SALE WON'T LAST LONG, FOR SUCH BARGAINS ARE NOT OFTEN FOUND. 0 R WHY 40 4 un uur Mammoin mock oi Mnanes ALL NEW, COMPLTE LINES. EVERY ARTICLE SOLD WITH OUR GUARANTEE OF QUALITY SAME AS WE ALWAYS DO. EVERYTHING NEW AND FRESH. JUST RE CEIVED A FRESH STOCK OF HAND BAGS AND LEATHER GOODS. THEY GO AT ONE-FOURTH OFF. A FEW OF THE MANY DAILY ARTICLES OF NEED. HOT WATER BOT TLES, FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, ATOMIZERS, RUBBER GLOVES, HAND BAGS, PURSES, CARD CASES, BOX STATIONERY, HAND MIRRORS, SHAVING MIRRORS, RAZOR STROPS, COMBS, TOOTH BRUSHES, ETC., ONE-FOURTH OFF. SEE OUR BIG TABLES LOADED WITH BARGAINS ONE-FOURTH OFF. ELVEY & PHONE MAIN 1. IT RUE t,,H.-H"l'H"M"M"H"M II 1 1 1 1 1 1 M? RURAL ROUTE NO. 1. iH h..m...M"M"M"1 ! 1' I I I I 1 W WILSON DISTRICT. Wilson, Feb. 12. Mrs. Jack Wal drum spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Jackson. Joe Monihon was in the district last Friday buying cattle. He bought four teen head from Williams, Wilson and Barry and the noon hour catching him eo far from home he had dinner with Mr. Barry. Will Campbell came up from the Agua Fria last Friday and visited with Dick Osmundsun over nigtit. Mr. Queen was laid up with rheuma tism the first of the week, but he is now able to go to his work in Phoenix each day. Mr. and Mrs. Presman of Phoenix were calling Sunday at C. C. Black's. They were two of a picnic party plan ned to go from the neighborhood to the reservation that day, but Owing to the Inclemency of the weather the pic nic was postponed. Miss Viva Johnson has lately been promoted to the eighth grade in our school. . CoaslderJLng that iliss.J'iva is but 12 years of age this is a better record than the majority make. This district has long been noted for Its chicken ranches, but when it comes to chickens In great numbers, and for the capacity for hatching more there are none who can come up to Mrs. Jackson, who lives on what is known as the lower road and three-fourths of a mile south of Eastlake. Mrs. Jack son has everything as handy as can be and as comfortable as any chicken could wish. Last year they hatched out 16.000 chicks and there will prob--ably be more this year, as one Incu bator alone holds 500 eggs. Mrs. Jack eon has twelve incubators running at present. They have also had five new chicken houses built in which to put the brooders. Each house is set in its own yard and so arranged that the little chicks can leave from the back and take daily walks in the avenue now planted in wheat and bordered on both sides by umbrella trees, which will add much to his comfort when the hot days come. To keep the chick ens warm Mrs. Jackson has made something comparatively new, and which does away with heating with lamps which is always more or less dangerous, and with hot water, which is always a great deal of work. This new arrangement will have to be seen to be properly understood, but " will surely be an improvement upon the old way of keeping the little chicks warm. Mrs. Jackson has also 500 lay ing hens, which net no small Income when eggs are at their usual winter price. The breed is all Brown Leg horn and the trim little brown hens with their red combs make a pretty picture at feeding time." Last Friday evening the young peo ple of the south side met at Mrs. Bar ry's, where dancing, cards and games were indulged in until a late hour. At 11 o'clock refreshments of cake and coffee were served, after which a few more sets were danced and finished the ovening which, apparently, was a pleasant one to all. Mrs. Barry was assisted by Mrs. Minch and Miss Os mundsun. Thanks are due Mrs. Mc Guire and also Mr. and Mrs. Osmund sun for the excellent music rendered. Those present were Misses Chambers, Osmundsun, Pritchett, Cage , Hayois, Agncr, Williams and the two Misses Queen, Messrs. McGuire, Cage, Hous tan, Strouder, Bromley, Osmundsun, Campbell, Williams, Queen, Agner, Minch and Mr. and Mrs.. Minch. .. ' The entertainment at the Wilson school has been postponed till the Fri day before Washington's birthday and will be one to honor both the he roes of the month Lincoln and Wash ington and also a tribute to the poet, Longfellow, will be included. . . Mr. Toncray was out from Phoenix on Tuesday attending to the Irrigating of his ranch. For the benefit of strangers driving through the neighborhood we will say that shingles, papers or palm leaves arranged In regular rows through the. fields are for the protection of what may be at some future day a water Does not CoSor the Hair Ayer's Hair Vigor is composed of gg, wTf Show this to your doctor. Ask him if there Is a single injurious ingredient. Ask him if he thinks Ayer's Hair Vigor, as made from this formula, is the best prepa ration you could use for fallinj hair, or for dandruff. Let him decide. He knows. HULETT Quality Dru FREE DELIVERY. LEI NEWS BIT melon vine, if the frost don't catch it. George Skinner will have the earli est melons if vines count for anything, as he already has melons above groutul- Mlss Virginia McCreight, after a visit with Mrs. Charlie Thompson, re turned to Phoenix on Sunday and is stopping with her father at the Capitol hotel. Mrs. Tower, her brother, Mr. Bacon, and Mrs. Bacon came out from Phoe nix Saturday morning with Mr. Edson and spent the day with Mrs. Edson. Another Mr. Bacon, an uncle of Mrs. Edson, has come out to the ranch to remain for an indefinite period. The set of double team harness stol en from Mr. Wilcox has not yet been recovered. This is rather an uncom mon occurrence in this neighborhood. Captain Norton, who was so unfor tunate as to lose his home by fire, is a resident of this district and lost both the houses he was occupying and one nearby that was rented. We are in formed there was no insurance. Mrs. Wines and little grandchild, baby Hill, of Phoenix are visiting this week with Mrs. Thompson and on Thursday evening Mrs. Hill came out to spend Friday with Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. Coleman of Phoenix was visit ing Mrs. Connelly on Wednesday. Merwyn Houstan has gone to Mesa to remain for the remainder - of the winter with his sister. Nina. Miss Houstan has concluded to keep house and wants Merwyn for company. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barry took din ner last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hargrave north of the Indian school: Mrs. Clark and son, Edward, are vis iting with Mrs. Talt. A long felt wait Is now being sup plied by a meat man who comes through this neighborhood every other day. He has all kinds of fresh meat and also smoked meat. Mr. Rhodes Is now pasturing his cows on the Mclntyre place. Mrs. Woodring was calling on Mrs. Edson on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Graff of Isaacs and her daugh ter, Mrs. Bibbs of Los Angeles, were driving through the district on Thurs day. 11111 M' 1"I"M t I I H"I"M"M' 11 1' RURAL ROUTE NO. 2. 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 M .1"MhHmH.. OSBORN. Osborn, Feb.12. Sen-ices at Bethel church on Sunday, February 14: Sun day school at 10 a, m. Lesson, "The Apostles Imprisoned," Acts 5:17-42. Classes for all ages. Preaching, at 11 a. m. by the pastor, Rev. G. W. For man. Subject, "The Secret of a Happy Life." Epworth League at 7 p. m. Topic, "Sabbath Keeping and the House of Prayer,'' Isaiah 55:1-8; Luke 6:16-21. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Sub ject, Salvation for Everybody." ' An invitation Is extended to the public to attend these services. Prayer meeting Wednesdav evening followed by bible study. Lesson for next week, .Acts 9rl2. Every one Is Invited to attend these Interesting les sons. Music class Friday night. These are enjoyable lessons and it is not too late to enroll. The union meeting between Bethel and Central churches was well attend ed last Sunday night and Rev. G. W. Forman preached an Interesting ser mon. The Y. M. C. A. male iuartet gave three selections. Prof. Kerr sang a solo and Mr. Forman sang one of his compositions. Rev. Forman preached at Cartwright Thursday night In the special revival meeting now in progress. A pleasant little party was given at the Beller home In honor of Albert Beller last Saturday evening. Those present were Mary Perkins, Abbie Smith, Gertrude Bivens, Gladys Fitz hugh, Alice Wells, Gertrude Beller, Harriet Beller, Wilrus Bivens, Seth and Sid Mudgins, Al Fredericks. Louis Fredericks, Lee Donn, John Miller and Victor Eyer. . . Miss Harper visited the Phoenix In dian school Wednesday afternoon. Miss Fowler will entertain the Daughters of the American Revolution Friday afternn. Charles Pierce arrived Tuesday to visit friends at the Indian school. Mr. Pierce is from South Dakota and spent a part of last winter here. Mrs. Snyder entertained a few friends in honor of Miss Gidley's sis ter. Mrs. C. E. Wells, of White Wood, S. D. Mrs. Captain Schaefer Is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. M. Taple. Mrs. W. A. Wilson drove to Phoenix Friday afternoon. Charles Coburn of Bisbee is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Smith Chittlck. He has been a cripple for some time, caused by the dislocation of his knee Joint. - His many friends will be glad to know of his improvement. Ah in Maun and wife and sons of Cartwright and Clyde Swartz of Fow ler were Sunday visitors at the Wil key home. Miss Chim has been on the sick list, but is better now. G. L. Wllky Is improving his-home by putting a screen porch on the back of it. H. C. Lowdermilk left last Tuesday for Geneva, Neb., where he expects to remain for some time Mrs. C. E. Wells arrived last week from Whitewood, S. D.. to visit her sister. Miss Sadie E. Gidley. i, C. N. Hart arrived Thursday, morn ing to take the position of engineer' at the Indian school. Mrs. A. O. White entertained a num ber of friends Friday evening1 at a de lightful little party. Ross Lee Is suffering from an In jured foot. Charles R Olberg. superintendent of irrigation, visited McDowell last week. He was accompanied by Mr. Lee, and together they Investigated the damage done to the ditches during the last flood. Mrs. W. W. Edwards entertained a number of friends at her beautiful home on North Second street. The occasion was a "linen shower" given to Miss Zella Avis, who is to become the wife of Lawrence Williams in a short time. The home was beautifully decorated with pepper boughs and red bells. Madam Pinney was pianist for the occasion. Place cards were red hearts on which were tide tiny bags of rice. Covers were laid for Mes dames Godfrey, Friedel, Waren, Llne- barger, Pinney, Smith, Brown, Bennett, Dunlap, Van Kirk, Golze, Porter. Banks, Green, Patton, Friedling, Fred Warren, Donofris, Clark, Fields, Ross, Stewart, Strouse, Quinn, Emmons, Avis, Acton, and Misses Smith and Orr, who are to act as bridesmaids. Osborn school has suffered another Irreparable loss In the resignation of Miss Bessie Hedgpeth, the primary teacher. Miss Ressie resigns for no other reason than that of ill health. Mrs. J. A. R. Irvine is enjoying a visit with her brother, Mr. Gregg, from Missouri. Mrs. Birmingham and son have gone to Redlands. Calif. William Mathle Is planting fruit trees. The principal social event which has occurred in Osborn for a long time was the tea given by Mrs. Hugh Campbell In honor of Mrs. Clark and Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson on Friday afternoon. The house was decorated In the na tional colors in honor of the new le gal holiday. The dining room was decorated so beautifully it Is worthy of a more detailed description. " Red, white and bltio were the prevailing colors, but from the chandelier smilax was festooned to the four corners of the table. The center piece was a bronze Jardiniere of red and white car nations. Around this was a bank of violets. Red and white candles were the chief source of light. Mrs. Helen Bury and Mrs. Vernon Clark assisted at the tea table. Mrs. Campbell was assisted by Mesdames Colllngs, E. SI Clark, Vernon Clark, Hosey, Churchill, Dorris, Sampson, Nichols, Bury. Pem berton. Those invited were:. Mes dames George Alklre, Archer, J. C. Ad ams, Albrecht, J. L. B. Alexander, E. J. Burke, Helen L. Bury,- E; J. Ben nett, Walter Bennett, George P. Bull ard, Robert ' B. Burmlster, Albert Cor nelius Baker, D. H. Burtts, W. C. Barns, Fred Breen, Isaac Earth, Jo seph Cope, Clark Churchill, Lolss, H. Chalmer, Coats, Vernon Clark, E. S. Clark, H. M. Campbell, Charles Crosty, D. L. Conner, E. T. Colllngs, George H. Cook. Coles, Beverly Cox, Frank Cox, J. W. Crenshaw, J. R. Crain. T. J. Coulter, Ida Clouse, W. H. Campbell, William Dawes, William Defty, L. M. Darby. C. H. Davidson, J. W. Dorris, C. D. Dorris, Charles E. De. Mnnd,' H. P. De Mund, Sam Dunlap, L. D. Dam eron. D. M. Francis, S. L. Easterling, W. C. Foster, William Adam Faresh, B. A? Fowler, B. A. Flckas, Frankfort er, Dave Goldberg, Charles Goldman, SEND A MAIL D BL Leo Goldman, Aaron Goldberg, Miss Rose Bell Goldman, Goldwater, G. N. Gage, U. S Goldworthy, Henry L. George, Roy S. Goodrich, J. S. Griffin, A. V. Galpin, H. G. Gray, S. S. Green, C. C. Hutchinson, W. A. Hutchinson, J. B. Hocker. George W. Halm, I. T. Hosey. Miss E. C. Hull, A. G. Hulett T. A. Hildebran, Dwlght B. Heard, L. E. Hewlns, J. C. Hurley, William G. Hartranft. Stephen W. Higley, Law rence G. Holden, Charles Howard, Carl Hayden, F. S. Hildreth, Marcus Jacobs, William K. James, Margaret J. Jones, Ira J. Johnson, H. J. Jessop, Jenks, Harry Kays, Mills Kendrlck, Edward Kent, Harry M. Kennedy, Edward E. Kirkland. Joseph E. Kibbey, Kirkwood, Ernest W. Lewis, William B. Lount, H. I. Latham, WiiNnnt G. Lintz, Henry C. Lockett, Leonard1 Llghtburn. Ancll Martin. G. F. Merriman, W. W. Me Neff. Samuel H. Tfitchell, James H. McCllntock, A. C. McuQeen, N. J. Mur phy, Charles Munger, N. F. Nichols, John Noble, J. C. Norton, George New man, S. Oberfeldeft John B. Page, W. S. Pickerell, L Wr Pemberton, L. L. Plank, Otto E. Plath, B. A. Packard, George Ig1e, P. P. Parker. A. J. Pitts. Warren E. Rollins', Henry Riddle, Har ry Roundtree, Louis Sands, Scarbor ough, J. Tf Stoddjml. .Perry Sears, A. J. Sampson, Ai j K-"t;irry,' C. Stacey, Webster Street. AValter Talbot. J. J. Sweeney, Leslie Sherman. Charles Schultz, Spangler, St. M. Tafel, Louie Thompson. Gordon Tweed,' W, B. Thomas, M. J. Warren. E. F. Van Kirk. George Vickers. Walker. Wil liams, Wallen, Win Wiley, H. B. Wil kinson, Willis, R J.' Wilkinson. W. A. Wilson, Shirtey, . .Christy, Crctghton, CoombsyP. . G..yfiish, Cox, Martha ' Carpenter. -Bufmlster. Bailey, Avis. Warren, Davs, Downing; Clyde Evans, E. M. Depew, J. C. Green, Goodman, Justus Goebel. Harrison, J. Hennes sey, E. E. Jack, Lewis. F. M. Liver more, Scott B. Linn, Mudersbach. Morris, G. Nott, Lowell, F. C. Reid, Eugene Redewill, C. O. Robinson, Put ter, E. A. Siiker. H. B. St. Claire. E. L. Shaw. F. W. Sisson, G. M. Shaver, H. C. Yeager, Louis Yeager, J. M. Yaple, Phillips, Misses Hoffman, Mor ton, Meehan, Roach, Thompson, Van Sant, Adams, Laura Dabbs, Ellis Fan ley, Clara Godman, Gregg, Jane Gregg, Hitchins, Mabel Hocker, Evelyn Croft, Coombs, May Walker, Wiley, Stacey, Grace Stacey, Murphy, Munger, Ksirah Hayden, Sara G. Jacobs, Jessop, Coats, Dawes, Fish, M. Barr, Halm. II 1 I 111 111 H 1H I II 1 1 I I 11 I RURAL ROUTE NO. 3. I'M 1 H I'M I HM1M1 III i 111 CARTWRIGHT. Cartwright, Feb. 12. Church, an nouncements: Sunday school at 9:43 a. m. Subject of lesson, "The Apostles Imprisoned," Acts 5:17-42. Preaching at 11 a. m. Epworth League devotional at 6:30 p. m. Subject, "Sabbath Keep ing and the House of Prayer," Isaiuh 55-1-8; Luke 4:16-21. (Church exten sion tonic.) Leader. Rollins Howard. "Preaching at 7:30 as usual Rev. R. C. Douglas of Phoenix Is conducting a series of revival meet ings at Cartwright this week. The services are being fairly well attended and great interest is being felt in the meetings. Rev. Douglas could not be present Thursday night, owing to a previous engagement, and Rev. P. D. Gardner, the pastor, filled the pulpit. On Friday at 10:30 a. m., a children's service was held. Rev. Smith, the Baptist minister of Fowler, spent Wednesday night as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fitzhugh. Mr. and Mrs. John Phelps spent Wednesday eveing as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Greenberry Bright.. ' Mrs J. G. Brooks took dinner on Thursday with Mrs. McClure. ..JUrs. Wall attended a missionary tea at the home -of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fauber of Glendale Friday afternoon. Mrs. John Lively of Glendale came down Tuesday morning for a visit with Mrs.' Wall. She returned ' Wednesday afternoon. During her stay she and Mrs. Wall called on Mrs. Wall's moth er, Mrs. Yocky. Miss Wallace of Mesa came out Saturday for a week's visit with Mrs. S. G. Rogers. Sam Bone of Superior, Ariz., arrived Friday for a short visit with his par ents and home folks. Sam has business here other than to visit his parents. On Monday, February 15, at 8:30 a, m., at the First Methodist church in Phoenix, Sam Bone and Miss Flora Lamson are to be married. At 9:30 a, m. they will leave for Su perior. " Boman Dills marketed a fine bunch ORDER IF YOU CAN'T COME. of beef steers Thursday from the Latham county ranch.- Mrs. Kul in of Colston. Califs passed away shortly nfter the arrival of her sister, Mrs. Tom Brown, of Cart wright. Mrs. Kalm was at jne time a resident of this part of the valley and many friends will grieve to hear of her death. The sympathy of the entire neighborhood is exti-nded to her sister. Mrs. Brown, who was called to her bedside a short time ago and was with her in her last hours. Mrs. Brown has not yet returned. The Ladies' Home Missionary So ciety held their regular monthly meet ing on Thursday at the home of Mrs. J. A. Vinson. There was an attend ance of twelve members and one vis itor. An election of officers for the ensuing , year occupied n part of the time. The following officers were elected: Mrs. J. A. Vinson, president; Mrs. L. D. Rosscau. first vice presi dent; Mrs. S. N. McClure, third vice president: Mrs. T. Ine, recording sec retary; Mrs. S. G. Rogers, corespond Ing secretary: Mrs. J. A. Riggins, con-ne-tional tri-;isurcr; Mrs. L, A. Nichols, local treasurer; Mrs. John Sheets, agent for "Our Homes." Mr. Mifdersbach was engaged a part WITHOUT FUTURE COST. . ENAMEL IN Glass Float THIS TANK WILL PAY FOR ITSELF IN ONE YEAR WILL SAVE YOU WATER YOUR CESSPOOL NO NOISE NO WORRY. GEO. : " r 1 .'si.- . i t- Never Substitute 5 & BOND of this week in shearing sheep. Mr. Mudersboch has a fine -band of sheep on his ranch and is Improving his flock from year to year. He has 160 acres of alfalfa, which furnishes good feed for his large flock. The mock trial at the literary so ciety Saturday night was a success for the prisoner at least. Arch Fitzhugh was the victim. He was arrested by Sheriff Shell Mosler for stealing a horse from W. C. Stump. M. List, the prosecuting attorney, did all in his power to convict him, aided by Mr. McElhany, Robert Logue, Francis Tompklnson, witnesses for the prose cution. C. V. Gully, the lawyer for the defense, was not asleep, and with the evidence furnished by the wife of the defendant, Mrs. Fitzhugh, and two others, Mr. and Mrs. Cartwright, Mr. Gully succeeded in getting the Jury to render a verdict of not guilty. The name of the judge was not learned. Mrs. D. H. Graham and Mrs. R. C. Shiflet entertained their Sunday school classes Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 at the Shiflet home. Mrs. Graham's class is composed of small boys, while j Mrs. Shiflet has a class of small girls. The little people had a most enjoyable i.afternoon. There were forty-one pres and ale Ball Cock PHONE MAIN 119. 7 E. WASHINGTON ST. ent. An abundance of good, whole some, homemiade taffy was furnished to the little folks, which added largely to the pleasures of the afternoon. The independent telephone line is gradually drawing nearer and nearer tion here. Rev. P. D. Gardner drove to the city Friday and brought Miss Maggie Doyle out home for the week's end vacation. ' The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cartwright sustained a painful injury lately. Mr. Cartwright was at work with a hatchet in the yard and did not note the approach of the little one. who is less than two years old, who came up and laid his hand on the stick of timber on which Mr. Cartwright was chopping and the little finger was severed,, while the one next to it was badly cut. They carried him to a phy sician as quickly as they could and had the wound attended to. There is believed to be a chance that he will not lose his fingers. Miss Nora Lewis spent several days this week as the guest of Mrs. R. C. Shiflet. Hershel and Charley Smith moved (Continued on page 13.) AND OUTSIDE Ball 3 -.';? i '