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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1909.
LAP ROBES We have just received a shipment of Spring weight Lap Robes, and we would be glad to have you stop in and look them over. A very desirable line of patterns, and at prices that will suit vou. EZRA W. THAYER "GOSART" ON A TANK IS A GUARANTEE GOOD PLUMBING Nothing Is so unhealthy as gas from closed drain pipes is work Is good our prices please. GOSART l-HH-H III II I'HWrHWI Buckeye Valley Needs Great er Accomodation BONDS VOTED IN PALO VERDE Improvements on Buckeye Canal-Abundance of Irri gation Water-Settler, in the Lower Country Want More Railroads. Buckeye, Ariz., Fob. 12. (Special correspondence of The Republican.) Grant Millage and J. R. Gipson ! were in Phoenix Thursday. Mr. Mil-i lage has rented his ranch to Wal-j lace J'-.slin and is now engaged In breaking and disposing of some horses. Postmaster Kell and T. X. Clanton of Buckeye returned from the Capitol City Wednesday. P. E. Moore went to town Thurs day accompanied by his nephew ! Charley Moore, who is returning to J his home In Washington. I John G. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. W. I H. Howe, Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Black- I mer and Postmaster J. G. Schweikart of Liberty visited Phoesix Thursday. J. S. Day and party from Phoenix visited our valley the fore part of the week looking for ranch property in vestments. P. T. Hurley and son Harry of the Phoenix Wholesale Meat and Pro duce company visited this vicinity during the week in quest of beef cat tle for their markets. A meeting of the stockholders of the company owning the Xorman horse "Colbert" was held at W. H. Long's ranch the first of the week. Joe Corrello was in Phoenix Wed nesday to mako final proof in sup port of his homestead entry, which' is located at the lower crossing of SCHOOLS ARE OVERFLOWING New Rubber Goods Do you know that at our Fire Sale we disposed of every piece of RUBBER GOODS in the house? What does this mean? It means aCEW, CLEAN, FRESH STOCK OF EVERYTHING IX THE RUB BER LINE HAS BEEN RECEIVED. - EVERY PIECE IS GUAR ANTEED. The Owl Pharmacy THE REXALL STORE. ssnsni rTKOS ES AT $1.25 ARE GOING FAST. COME IN AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR $1.25. Francis Cloak and Suit House defective plumbing. Deadly sewer f responsioie lor mucn niness. uur 3 PLUMBING CO. Phone Main 285. 2S-30 X. 2nd Av. X I11M l"H"M-W-H-H'i-H"H"t. a the Agua Fria and about a mile north of the head of the Buckeye canal. Miss Lovejoy gave a card party to a number of friends at the Long ranch last Friday evening. Miss Lovejoy Is one of the popular teach ers of the Buckeye school. Grandma Harer is quite seriously 111 at the home of W. R. Beloat, Mrs. Harer is Mr. Beloat's mother-in-law. Mrs. Dr. Thayer entertained the Home Missionary society of the Bap tist church this week. Work is soon to begin on the new flume or under ground water con ductor for the passage of irrigation water across the Hassayampa river. During the Wasson and Walker epoch In the ownership of the canal the present flume was constructed and was an Improvement on the sand dam method in vogue before its in stallation, but even the flume did not render the sue of water to the ranch er across the river a paying business for the company, as the expense of maintaining the flume has always been more than was received from the sale of water. Arrangements have been made whereby the ranchers directly benefitted by the new work are to pay $425 to be applied on the work, and are to connect the ditch with the new work on the west side of the Hassayampa. A piece of new canal will be constructed on the east side of the river leaving the old line near the Evans ranch and to run in a northwesterly direction touching the Hassayampa about a half mile above the former location; this plan Is for the purpose of gaining fall so that it is possible to entirely drain the water conductor and thus avoid the liability of filling with sediment, it is expected that by carrying out these plans that there will be no need of further expenditure, at this point fur a number tf years. Last Saturday the Palo Verde school district unanimously voted to Issue bonds In the sum of $4000 for the construction of a new school house. Every school district in the Buckeye valley is In need of a new and larger house to comfortably ac commodate the present number of school children. The ranchers west of Phoenix will undoubtedly be prosperous this year, allowing that plenty of water for Ir rigation is an assurance of prosper ity and the flooded condition of the. roads an indication that they are more than abundantly supplied. Everybody Is at the present time taking a great deal of interest in what the legislature will do to the railroads, before the present session is adjourned. Every citizen here woula be more In favor of the pas sage of a ten year tax exemption law for new roads than any measure that the roads would be unfavorable to. Horses broken to ride or drive; also bought and sold. I. A. McCann, corral south of court house. 1 A. H. MILLER, Mgr. KIRT WAISTS ANGEL GROUP REHABILITATED This Did Property to Be Known as the Antler A LATE Social Life of Wickenburg and It' Numerous Clubs. There is Talk of a Bank to Meet the Needs of the Growing Community. Wicknburg. Feb. 13. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican.) A recently formed corporation, organized for the purpose of promoting in an entirely legitimate and wholesome way the resources of the Wickenburg re gion, is the Arizona Prospecting and Developing Company. C. P. Goddard of the Goddard mine, the Goddard -Mitchell and other well known mining properties, is the president of the new company. Associated with him are H. 6. Le Compte, vice president and gen eral manager, and A. F. Simpson, con sulting metallurgical engineer. Earl 5?m ith of Wickenburg Is the secretary. Messrs. Le Compte and Simpson have had much experience In the promotion of meritorious mining propositions in Xevada, but like many others who have made themselves thoroughly ac quainted with the situation in that state, they have turned their attention to the newer and more promising field of cenral Arizona, with full confidence that this section will be the center of the next great mining development. As indicating the plan and scope of this new company It may be mentioned that it has already acquired a clear title to te old Angel mine, two and one-half miles from the Vulture. This property, located some time in the nineties, having first demonstrated that It could deliver "the goods," has had an experience somewhat similar to that of its famous neighbor, the Vulture. It was too good a thing to be left In the quiet and peaceful" pos session of its legitimate owner. Hence it was Jumped, and re-jumped, and every effort was made to tangle it up In such a mesh of legal red tape that Its title could only be dimly discovered through a sort of Indian summer cloud. But these technical entangle ments have all been unraveled and brushed aside, and the old Angel, un der the new name of the Antler mine. Is scheduled as one of the early pro ducing properties of this section. There the six claims in the group, and considerable work, was done un der the old management. There is a 200-foot shaft, and something like 300 feet of levels and cross-cuts on the. main property, while an adjoining claim has an 80-foot shaft and a short tunnel. The camp buildings are com plete and well equipped. The old rec ords show that a large quantity of ore shipped from the property averaged a little over $30 per ton. The new own ers believe that they have a mine of great value, and Its early development will be an important factor in Wicken burg'." prosperity. The Maricopa group is another re cent acquisition of this company. This property was also worked in the early Vulture days, but owing to the fact that its chief values are copirf-r it could not at that time be profitably handled. With the improved transpor tation and smelting facilities of the present day, however. It comes Into the class of highly promising mines which are sure to be heard from in the early future. The two properties mentioned are located about twelve miles from Wickenburg. and are both rich In copper, gold and silver ores. The new company has options on sev eral other groups of high-grade claims, and it 1 performing a valuable and much needed service to this section by enlisting outside capital in the de velopment of tho marvelous mineral wealth of the Wickenburg country. While Investors are sending their scouts to the frontier line of the pros pectors' field they are apt to overlook the opportunities nearer home. The Wickenburg country is full of oppor tunities, and the man or set of men who makes a business of bringing them to the attention of capitalists and Investors is doing valuable and patri otic work. Wickenburg Is the banner club town of Arizona. Indeed, considering its size. It Is doubtful whether any town In the southwest can compete with It. There Is a club for every day of the week, beginning with the Monday club, and Including the Reading, the Fleur de Lis, the Narcissus, the Ladies' Aux iliary, the Odd Fellows' club, and oth ers, not to mention the board of trade, which Is the most Important club of all. The very latest addition to the list Is the Hassayampa Solo club, which Is something more than its names Implies, inasmuch as it Is a social organization of business men, and the topics dlscused at its meetngs have a "wide range ' outside of the problems connected with the popular game of the southwest. The new club has its home in the Patrick Thompson residence. Wickenburg is not on any of the higher class theatrical or amusement circuits, and the abounding social spirt of the town must find ex pression through home-made channels. Hence the clubs, and the dances, and the private parties, the complete rec ord of which would fill a fair sized monthly magazine. But the record would show that the town is alive, and that It is getting all the happiness it can see in sight out of living. There Is much talk about a bank for Wickenburg, and many letters of Big Cleanup Men's and Boys' Clothing Preparatory to showing our entire line of new Spring Clothing for Men and Boys, will have a "Big Clean-Up Sale" of Winter Suits and Overcoats. The stork includes Stein-Bloch and other high-grade makes for which we are sole distributors. For a short time only we'll make the following inductions on these garments: it Needless for us to emphasize their genuineness. Goldberg's Guarantee goes with every one of them. Spring Clothes for Men Already we are making a fine display of New Spring Clothes for Men and the present demand for them is a surprise, even to us. The new colorings and weaves are very pleasing and the garments are very smartly cut. "When you're down this way, come in and let us show you the new things. inquiry on the subject have been re ceived by prominent business men and the board of trade. The banking busi ness of this region, which is now di vided between Phoenix and Pre-seott. is of sufficient volume to Justfy the establishment of a local financial in stitution, and there is no doubt that this will be one of tho early steps to follow the incorporation of the own. A. 11. Hammer, publisher of the Wickenburg Miner. Is responsible for the new Bouse Times, volume 1, Xo. 1, which was issued yesterday. The Times will be printed for the present at the Miner office in Wickenburg. Frank Gerhart of Bouse is named as the editor of the new publication, which Is a well printed and creditable paper, filled with local news and write tips of the Colorado river country, and with a good showing In the way of advertising patronage. In response to the request of General Agent Goldsworthy of the S. P.. P. and P. railway, arrangements have been made for the entertainment of summer excursion picnic parties at the Holland grove, in the southern outskirts of the town. There is plenty of shade and an abundance of pure spring water, and it "Is expected that many train loads of visitors wtl enjoy a day's out ing in Wickenburg during the coming season. P. X. O'Brien hns installed a cement block machine of the latest design and largest capacity near the pumping sta tion of La Testa ranch, and will man ufacture blocks to be used In his own building operations. There will be a large amount of cement construction in the building operations of Wicken burg during the coming year. Deputy Sheriff Charles Keeler of Prescott spent last night In Wicken burg in charge of a drove of mort gaged stock which a Yavapai county debtor was trying to get away with, but which was overhauled and turned back in the neighborhood of Hot Springs. Ask to sec Economy Linen. IDEAL LADIES' HOSE 12i2c frt dozen Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, regular made, with dou ble heels and toe, fast color and exceptionally good value at, per Pair '..12 l-2d NEW FOR SPRING We have Just received a very handsome-line of Ladies' Strictly Tailored Waists with embroidered collars and cuffs; colors tan with colored stripes, white with colored stripes, and all. white see the line at our Annex. Xothing prettier will be found anywhere. Prices range from $3.00 to S3. 00 HOSE SUPPORTERS One big special line of Fancy Satin Pad Fronts, Foulard patterns, our reg ular 75c kind. Special this sale at, pair....J0 WAIST AND In order to sell out our stock of Waist Xets In quick order we have placed several lines on sale at ridicu lously low prices; colors black, white, ecru, light blue, French blue, pink and taupe. See the prices quoted below: Regular prices 60s $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 Sale prices X Sale of . Off Off Xick McCarver Is building a house on his 'vest side property. Mrs. R. A. Roberts has leased" her restaurant to a couple of representa tives of the flowery kingdom, and will retire from the business which has so long engaged her attention. Mrs. Ellis has resumed charge of the dining room of the Ellis House, and will personally conduct the same hereafter. The nights of the Maccabees an nounce a grand ball at the opera house on the evening of February 22. The Lincoln centennial was appro priately observed at the public school yesterday by a flag raising and liter ary exercises. R. B. Clemmer has established an electrical supply house in anticipation of .the early completion of the light and power plant. MURPHY Murphy, Feb. 13, 1309. Reuben Daniels of Phoenix spent Sunday at the Miller home. K. S. Townsend was marketing hay in Phoenix Wednesday. Will Kohl spent Wednesday In Phoenix. Mrs. K. Wilson and daughter Miss May, of Phoenix, spent Friday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brad- shaw. H. A. Bustrln brought his milk cows home Tuesday morning from the Barrett ranch in the Isaac dis trict where they have been on pas ture for the past month. Mrs. O. W. Wood of Phoenix spent Friday with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Wood, of this district. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bradshaw's little daughter, Hazel, Is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sherman spent Sunday In Alhambra as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carlson. Mrs. McCarty spent Friday In Phoenix. Mrs. Wm. Williams entertained as guests last Friday, the following, THE BE5T ALWAYS SHOPPING HERE 40 9K That's the number of the best Black Silk Lisle ladles' Hose to be found anywhere; extra double garter tops, double sole, toe and heel. It's famous because it always gives satisfaction. "Onyx" Is the brand. The price per pair is 50 JEWELRY NOVELTIES. Special sale of new A'eil and Belt Pins in old gold, oxidized and dull jet; many new styles and beautifully finished. Spe cial this sale, each 35 INDIA LIUON 9c. 25 pieces India Llnon, special fine, sheer quality, 30 inches wide; never sold for less than 12c In any market; an excellent quality for Waists. Spe cial this sale at, per yard 9 DRESS NETS FOR LESS 3Qd 50t 0ff Mesdames Roberts, List and Sher man. Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller, J. X. Mil ler and Mr. Russel, spent Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bradshaw. Among those who attended the en tertainment In Phoenix Tuesday eve ning were, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. List, Edna Bonsall, Thelma Walker, Ur sula List. Mary Bustrin, Edith Mc Carty, Clara Bustrin. Harry Miller, Harold Bustrin and Jesse McCarty. W. I. Phy spent Wednesday after noon in Phoenix. Earl Townsend has been elected secretary of our Sunday school. Mrs. K. S. Townsend entertained guests from Phoenix Friday. There will be Sunday school at Murphy school house Sunday after noon. $100 Dollars Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleas ed to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has bevn pble to cure in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrn being a con stitutional disease, requires a constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the founda tion of the disease, and giving the pa tient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Bend for list of testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY Sz CO., Toledo. O. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for onstlpa tion. MONEY TO INVEST. The seeurties of industrial, railroad and mining companies easily placed; new enterprises requiring capital quickly financed; money secured for any good proposition, strictly on com mission. P. O. BOX 2037. X. Y. Economy Linen, absolutely the best of its kind made. LADIES HOSE 25c 50 dozen Ladies' Tan Cotton and Gauze Hose, plain and mer cerized, double heel, toe and sole, all sizes and very special values at, per pair 23 SILKOLINES 9c. Our entire line of I5c and 12ic Silkolines, nothing reserved, every new pat tern Included; you know the line. Special this sale at, per yard ) 75 $1.00 "J If You Hate Weak Lungs Annonncement!!! fewiini yrtrt m Phonla. lrvr WhM Maw promt mi mm. Man mi iriaMk? t. - . Wfcj tool idt tfmfomiWt Mtf Mcxpcraacte phjwamm and have become discouraged as to recovery, icmeinber much can be done by special treat ment, when combined with the right climate. It will cost you nothing to consult Dw. Hibbard and if cuiable yoo will be told bo. If Incurable you will not be deceived. Many a man in seriously handicapped by some obsti nate ailment and thus u untied for pleasure or business. Sufferer from chronic disease of the Throat. Lung a, Haatrt, Stoma ach, H-rmr or Glito-Urirpr organs should at once see Dr. Hibbard. lie offers the best treatment, the newest remedies nd the most rational methods. Thousands of men have become completely and permonently broken down by vbrsical wosItnows. Huch rases can be cured. The fauiiiy doctors however, utterly fails. He lacks experience and vDcentratinn of f son Hies, and cannot ac complish what the trained, educated specialist does. Blood Poisoning and syphilitie condition, with all that is destructive to tbc buman systcip can be cured and without in jurious droits. Imn't fool with electric belts. Inexperienced physicians and sample packages Hours 10-12-1-3-6-7. Hibbard Building, 26-1 8. 2nd Avenue, oppogitl Court Bouse flaia A KANSAS HARD WHEAT FLOUR. EVERY SACK GUARANTEED. IF YOU CANNOT GET GROCER SEND YOUR ORDERS TO US. E.S.Vakelin GROCERY CO. Distributors. .;... i 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 : 1 1 ; i i n 1 1 m- WHARTON . . has a full line of Poultry Pow der, for roup and all other i chicken ailments. Also carry a 4 line of Liquid Lice Killer. De le Gear's Remedies are the ones r j. that cure. T MAIN 244. t 117 E. JEFFERSON, i i 1 1 1 ! ! 1 1 'i c-n i i i 1 1 11 n n i : I California Wine Co. I Handle only the best. Phone us your orders. I :. 19 S. Center St. ,;;,,l;tiil,;i, i . H. ; ,Htt -ri i it 11 JLVTIMUL x OF YOUR