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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1909.
HIEROGLYPHIC SPRINGS TEMPE DEPARTMENT F. IV. Griffen, Manager ESA DEPARTMENT W H. Hocle. Manager GOOD CAMPING GROUND Casa Loma Hotel TEMPE, ARIZONA. Regular Meals 35 Board by the week $7.00 Board by the month S23.00 W. J. Kingsbury, Prop. STOCK AND POULTRY MEN, ATTENTION! For a limited time we will give a 50c Stock and Poultry Book with every 23c purchase out of our south window. HARMER'S DRUG STORE. Next Door to Postoffice. 1 1 iiiiiii) hi ii m i ii 1 1 it tz.i t FOUNTAIN X For two weeks we are I line of Fountain Syringes. I and are all guaranteed. LAIRD & DINES, CORNER DRUG STORE. MUM IHl 1 fllWH Ml H f 1 I - fin 1 1 1 i i in M-M 1 1 i i tu nm Li,y 9 wjll Home Milk WS Product i Pacific Creamery CompanyTempe, Arizona f ! J,,;, H"H"H 1111 I"l"t 111! I I I l t - r HllllllllMlil h-M-H-M-H-1 I HAMILTON BROWN SHOES A full line of Spring styles just received, in- :: eluding the latest patterns : W. Lukin Cash I 1 1 If l I I 1 I I M'-i ! I I i I 1 1 H4H HfM HUM- m H I t HI H- MEALS AT THE OLIVE. Rates: Per month S23.00 Per week '. S6.00 Per day S1.00 Per meal 35tt "41'T I T 1 ji'lil'il"ji't"t"i'ii'i"iij""t"J"I"t',V VALENTINES. A complete assortment of comie and fancy. See our win dow display. I GOODWIN NOVELTY STORE. t I i I 1 1 1 I 1 I I t H"I"1"I I H"1"M"HI FINCH & CARR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. Tempe, Ariz. Phones: 131, Finch; 179, Carr. 1 For Bargains go to Trie Green Front Real Estate office. For the finest ranches for sale under the Tempe canal and all kinds of city property A. B. TOM LIN SON, Real Estate Agent Notary. Tempe. WHICH SHALL II BE? Having tried all other remedies, will you continue to suffer through false pride? Don't be foolish. Re eated eye headaches sap one's vital lty and brings about a general nerv- ojs breakdown. Let me relieve your headaches by remorlng the cause. FRANK LAMONT, Graduate Optician h inn h i m i i n 1 1 1 1 1 u i i t :: The Tempe Pool Room J l HOWE CORSON, JR, PROP, f I A FINE LINE OF CIGARS ;; f AND TOBACCOES. IIIIIII H"H "M "1 H H- H-K- t ' POST CARDS E3peclally suitable for Lincoln's birthday, 'Washington's birthday and Valentine's day. At EASTER WOODS 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'H1 n i H-H-fr WHY PAY RENT? I Have your own home. Interest 1 is cheaper. R. A. WINDES. 4 Real Estate. Loans & Insurance. 4 """"frs. I l"!"! "H-11 1 'I 'Mfr1 GOODWIN OPERA f HOUSE. $ Moving Pictures I' Every Saturday Night m 1 1 1 1 1 m i ; nil i-v SYRINGES. goincr to sell at cost our i These goods are new ? 1 I I M II It 1 t 1 I I l 1 H.M.H' M"K- t ; i t t tin t i rt 1 1 ; nul l n - M - M"! ! 1 1 I t 1 t I H I II 111 t H I'll 1 I 1-W-H t 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 I I I in LADIES' OXFORDS. Store-Tempe A RANCH SALE The Thos. Steele twenty acre tract In the Hermosa district has been sold to Peter Godfrey of South Da kota. The consideration was J200 per acre. This is the third sale In that section within the last few months and other sales nearby are pending. This tract is idoaly located fur new comers to the valley who are desirous of farming on a small scale and near to Tempe. For Sale, cabbage plants. J. E. Mc clain. Brown and white Lea- torns. Barred Plymouth iBocks, R. L Bed and Black Minorca ergs for letting after Sept. Ii tlM for IS. C. W. ALEXANDER, bins umim rauixrj rarm. .! r.l n I . mr tempe. Ariz. Don't delay In ordering the fruit trees and ornamental plants you have been intending to buy. All orders filled within a week of timo order Is placed. Xow Is the time to plar.t. G. A. GOODWIN Top Notche'r Coffee That's the Chase & Sanborn line of coffees. Nothing better in coffee was ever offered at anywhere near the prices we sell "C. & S." Coffees at! Nothing equal to tho coffee wo are offering at 23 cents in looks or service worth a nickel more if it's worth a cent and you'll pay 33 cents for cof- I fee not half as good In order to say you got a premium free. Don't expect free thing3 of anybody, buy tho best coffee and get what you pay for in the quality of the goods. X ARIZONA MERCAN- X TILE CO. TEMPE, ARIZONA. fx hi -TP J. Si. PLATE GLASS WINDOW FOR GURRY BUILDING A ' Run of Breakage the Last Four Months Cost Some Money. "The plate-glass window for the Curry building-arrived here yesterday and was placed In position yesterday afternoon. This Is the window that was broken a short time ago by a ruriftffay horse putting one of Its hind teet through it. Mr. Curry has nail a streak of bad luck recently with .: the windows of his different buildings, and within four months four have been broken. The last break occurred this week, when some boy put a small hole In one of the windows of the Hodnett store. This break, however, is not serious and will not require the replacing of the window. Mr. Curry Is seriously con sidering the purchaso of windows in wholesale quantities' if this present rate of breakage continues. G. S. McWhlstler, who has recently purchased a ranch west of Tempe, has a nice string of milk cows and desires a few good customers. Leave orders at iiarmer's Drug Store. TOWN AND COUNTRY DAILY HAPPENINGS Items of News About Different Things of Interest. William Hitchcock, the San Ber nardino cattle buyer, Is here again. Thomas Taylor of Cincinnati, Ohio, who has been upending the pust week here visiting Colonel Ridley, left last evening for points In Texas. Circulation Manager Smith of The Republican spent yesterday in Tempe A. Schreck of the People's Tele phone company was on the south side yesterday and Is preparing to work Tempe on the new 'phone proposi tlon within a short time. A baby boy was born to Mr. an.' Mrs. A. A. Gibson, yesterduy. Kenneth Rubel, who has been criti cally 111 with pneumonia, was reported somewhat better yesterday. The ladies of the Episcopal Guild have completed arrangements for a handkerchief bazaar to be held on the Friday after Easter. Particulars will be given later. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Burt Goodrich, yesterday. Mrs. Charles Dennis of Membres, N. M, is here for a visit with her son Thomas . Dennis. Thomas Hagan of Los Angeles is here for a few days looking after hit Tempe property interests. Joe Tompklnson and son, Phillip, o Phoenix, spent Thursday evening her' with the Schmidts. R. Johnson of Los Angeles, travel Ing representative of the Pacific Creamery company, is spending a few days here. Fred Faulkner, representing the Old Mexico Land and Colonization com pany, spent yesterday here. Cotonwood $4 per cord. Tempe Wood Yard. VERY SICK MAN. His Chances for Recovery Are Con' sidered Poor. William Eggbcrt, tho bicycle man, Is critically ill at his home in East Tempo. Mr. Egjbert has not been in the best of health for some Mint past, but Thursday evening he suf fered a severe attack of what was at first regarded ai a stroke of paral ysis. It developed yesterday, however, that It was really an acute attack of Bright's disease. At the time of writ ing he was a very sick man and the prospects of his recovery were re garded as anything but favorable. SUGAR BEETS. The Last of a 220-Aere Patch Has Been Planted. The sugar beet business on the south side is looking up well. Thlx week Dennis & Reed completed the planting of 220 acres on the Redden ranch, near Kyrene. Of this acreage all but about eighty acres of the most recent planting are well up and part of this amount has been cultivated a couple of times. Mr. Dennis says the crop gives every Indication of being a good one and the outlook is most oncouraging. A MEXICAN'S FUNERAL. The funeral of Romaldo Leon was held here yesterday afternoon from St. Mary's church, and the interment was made In the Catholic cemetery. Leon was one of the unfortunate Mexicans who met death by drowning at Granite Reef, "Wednesday morning. WILL LEAVE TEMPE. Mrs. Bertha Nelson, who for some time, has been with the Kingsbury law office, has severed her connec tion, and the first of next week will leave for Houston, Texas, where she has accepted a position with Ander son, Ball & Streetman, one of the most prominent law firms of the state. Mr3. Nelson was with this same firm for two years some time ago. WILL RESUME COUNT. The postmaster here has been In formed that on March 1 the count of mall will be resumed on the Tempe routes for a period of three months. Some time ago the count of mail dally was discontinued on those routes handling In excess of 3,000 pieces of mail monthly, and the Tempe routes came under this order. The recount, It Is presumed, is for the purpose of ascertaining Just how much of a gain the routes have made In the volume of mall handled slncvi the count was discontinued. A Party of Tempe People Will Spend Over Sunday There. Taking advantage of Sunday, fol lowed by a holiday, a party of Tempe people last evening left for the Hiero glyphic Springs, where they will camp until Tuesday morning. In the party were Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Irish, Miss Sadie Grlswold, Mrs. Irish's sister; Miss Louise Lynd and Walter Wil bur. Frank Peck will join the party this afternoon after banking hours. The springs at this season of the year make an Ideal place for a camp ing party. There Is plenty of wood and water, and the opportunity of getting near to nature is an excellent one. Read Laird & Dines' ad. They are offering some bargains in fountain syr inges. NEW STOCK IN. Our line of spring and summer trou sers has just arrived direct from Fifth Ave., Now York. Peg tops p.nd full bloomers are the prevailing styles this season and we have them. They are certainly swell and to be appreciated must be seen. HTDER BROS. CHURCH NOTICE. At the M. E. Church South, S. M Cheek, pastor, public worship will be' held at II a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The pastor will preach. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; League, 6:30 p. m. Song and prayer service, Wednesday, 7:3u p. m. Revival meetings in charge of Kev. G. W. Foreman, will begin Thursday night. Further announce ment will be made. Come. o BEWARE OF BACKACHE NOW Give Home Recipe to Prevent Kidney Disease Tells How to Mix It and Says Lame Back and Urinary Troubles Are Danger Sig nals. More people succumb each year to some form of kidney trouble than any other cause. The slightest form of kidney Arrangement often develops In to Bright's kidney disease, diabetes or dropsy. When either of these diseases are suspected tho sufferer should at once seek the best medical attention possible. Consult only a good, first- class physician. There are many of the lesser symp toms of kidney trouble which can be treated at home Is stated by a well known authority. For some of these such as backache, pain In the region of the kidneys, weak bladder , fre quency, (especially at night) painful scalding and other urinary troubles, try the following simple home remedy: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapaiilla, thret ounces. These simple ingredients are. harmless and can be obtained at any good prescription pharmacy and any one can rrflx them by shaking well in a bottle. The dose for adults is a tea spoonful after each meal and again at bedtlme There Is no more effective remedy known to relieve all forms of rheuma tism, because It acts directly upon the kidneys and blood. It cleans the clog ged up pores In the kUIneys so they can filter and strain from the blood the poisonous uric acid and waste mat ter which If not eliminated remain In the blood, decompose and settle about the joints and muscular tissues causing the untold suffering and deformity of rheumatism. Backache Is nature's signal notify ing the sufferer that the kidneys are not acting properly. "Take care of your kidneys," Is now the physician's advice to his patient. Why Sunday-Schools Succeed Investigation directed toward th discovery of reasons "Why Ont Hundred Sunday Schools Have Suc ceeded" has brought out reports oi many Interesting methods of Insur ing growth and progress. The Feb ruary Delineator contains, amonh other recipes for success, one fron. Plymouth Congregational church Denver, Colorado, which lays stres: on the cradle roll, sixty-rive new babies were enrolled In three month and the beginners' department In- reased so that It was necessary t enlarge the room. Each Sunday primary children give names of new babies to be called upon by the cradU roll superintendent. Receptions art held for mothers. Athletics are an aid In attracting boys to the First Methodist Episco pal Sunday-School, Salt Lake City, L'tah, and the enthusiasm of Instruc tors builds up the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday-School, Topeka Kan. At the Delaware Avenue Bap tist Bible School, Buffalo, N. Y., the superintendent is "Uncle Oscar" tc five hundred. men and boys. At the Fifth Avenue Baptist Sun day-School, New York, John D Rockefeller, Jr., built up a large class Ho seldom gives the lesson now. Ht has his subject well in hand and i sincere and forceful.'' His business ability and strength as organizer art shown in the class, and the work ol a few men members from its start has been a power in holding the class together and extending its work. The members are from various denomina tions, most of them strong workers In their own churches. Settlement work, entering movement for muni cipal Improvements and civic affairs; and the "Big Brother movement, whereby business men interest them selves in boys under Juvenile Court probation, are some of the work done by individual members. ONE OF THOSE PRESENT Charles Brooks, Former Government Scout, a Late Visitor. The starting away yesterday of R. D. Chappell for his ranch at Welton, Ariz., accompanied by the .old-time government scout, Charles Brooks, re tails many of the stirring incidents connected with the Indian uprisings and the desperate fighting which final ly led up to the capture of Geronimo, who recently passed to the "happy hunting ground" at Fort Sill. Okla. Mr. Brooks was present at tho spec tacular Incident of the capture, which took place several years ago. He is acquainted with practically all of the territory, having gone over it many times during the early days. After a short stay at Welton they will continue on to Mexico, where they expect to spend several weeks. There are parts of the sister republic with which Mr. Brooks is as familiar as he is with Arizona. RECITAL THURSDAY EVENING. An appreciative audience listened to the recital given in the Mesa opera house Thursday evening by the fac ulty of the Arizona S-.-hool of Music. No attempt was made to deviate from the classical in any of the numbers. J. Homer Grunn Is not a stranger to Mesa audiences in recital work. His work the other evening showed even a greater mastery of technique, and throughout his performance showed both beauty and effectiveness. Frank Lloyd St'jchal, who is direc tor of the violin department of the Arizona School of Music, won. much applause from the hearers. Mivs Anna Luke showed careful vo cal training, and pleased her listeners with her selections. DEATH OF MRS. PAULSON. Mrs. Kkhard Paulson, whose serious Illness was chronicled yesterday, passed away late Thursday evening at the Allen home, east of the city on the county road. Mrs. Paulson had been a sufferer from lung trouBle for some time pre vious to her coming to the Gem City some four months ago, the disease having advanced so far that the change In climate could not benefit her. The remains were prepared for shipment by Undertaker W. A. Burton, and were sent to the former home of the deceased in Idaho on yesterday's afternoon train. WATER TURBINE FOR ROOSE VELT. Yesterday morning one of the large water turbines to be used with the dy namos at the Roosevelt dam was taken to its destination. This was a heavy piece of machinery, and eight horses were attached to the wagon hauling it to the government works. PROMINENT MINE OWNER HERE. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hile returned to town yesterday from an Inspection trip to the mines at Camp Bowers. Manager P. G. Carney, who has charge of the properties there, came down with the visitors, and wil remain here several days. Mr. Hile is a mining man of much experience, being the present owner of the famous Tonopah mine at that place In southern Nevada, as well as being deeply Interested in mining property In Alaska, in conjunction with the ruggenheims. During their stay here Mr. and Mrs. Hile are guests at the lhambra hotel, where they will re nain for several days. THE LEAGUERS' ENTERTAIN MENT. The members of the Epworth league )f the Methodist Episcopal church 'iere are planning to make their enter 'ainment on Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hutchin op a most pleasing affair. That day being Washington's birthday, the HIGHEST IN HONORS Baker's Cocoa AND CHOCOLATE 50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN EUROPE AND AMERICA A Cocoa of Inferior quality or artificially flavored soon ceases to be palatable; but the genuine BAKER'S COCOA never loses Its relish by constant use. It Is a perfect food, pre serves health, prolongs life. (t WALTER BAKER & GO., LTD. EjtiMi 1788 DORCHESTER, MASS. L'.&.l'utJit young folks who receive the guests will be costumed according to colonial times, as well as those who have charge of the serving. Parlor games after the style of those Indulged In in olden days will occupy the evening. The le?uguers extend an invitation to all interested In church work to be present, and a good time is promised for all. . A THREE DAYS' SALE. This morning the "clean-up sale" at the A. Hunsaker dry goods store will begin, and continue for three days, ending Tuesday, February 23. The big sale recently held by this establishment left a lot of goods which will be disposed of at the same re duced prices which prevailed at the previous sale. These are new and up-to-date dry goods, but the room is needed for the large spring stock that Is now coming in. Any one in ne-ed of material in this line will do well to take advantage of today's sale by go ing early. THE BALL THIS EVENING. A dance will be given this evening at the Vance auditorium by the man agement, and music will be furnished by the Mesa orchestra. A special mu sical program has been prepared for the occasion, and the dance will be a most enjoyable one. On next Monday evening the patrons will be entertained at a masquerade ball, and a good timo is expected by all. AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW. The Methodist Episcopal: Sabbath Be-hool at V o'clock a. m. in the Sab bath school room. Preaching services at II a. m. Epworth league devotional services at 7 p. m., and the evening sermon at '7:45 o'cleick. A cordial in vitation Is extended to the public to be present at all of these services. Rev. A. L. Hawley, pastor. The Baptist church: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning services at 11 o'clock. Young People's meeting at 7 o'clock, followed by the evening ser mon at 7:45. Rev. C. Sidney Maddox, pastor. Church of Latter Day Saints : At the Tabernacle, Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 2 p. m. M. I. A. in Amusement hall at 7:30 p. m. o WHAT DO WE GET TO EAT? Hospitality, Neighborly Kindness, So cial Entertaining Mean in the End Simply Something to Eat. So by jumps and starts and saclficcs and emotions. It . has .grown this breaking of bread. How few realize it how few understand It! Ah, well, the best v as ever for the few. But nowadays, the custom has be come a formula. We no longer start up at a knock at the dcr, and light a fire and offer a meager thrift to the wayfarer. It grew from the habit of having a bounteous supply in case any one should come, to asking them to come at certain times. The formula has become ponderous and didactic. Why one should eat oysters before bouillon remains to be shown. The open art of giving gladly what one has has become the secret cleverness ef getting what one wants to have. We make it a mere perfunctory but unavoidable way of proffering hos pitality to those who Bre not hungry. We want to show Jones a courtesy: we want to conciliate Smith; we must be nice to Perkins. What do we do? We invite them to come and eat. Somehow the figure of the dusty way farer, uninvited, regally welcomed, gladly served, will Intrude itself among the flitting, satisfied throng, and his wondering eyes ask a question that we do not answer. And he fades away int oblivion. But the question on the lips or In the minds of the gourmets present at this brilliant assemblage is: "Whar are we going to get to eat?" No, It Isn't pretty, and it may not seem true. But as they sit at table, consciously or unconsciously they ask it. The eternal oysters, or the ever lasting caviar or both! The inevi table bouillon, the unavoidable filet of sole, the undying sweetbread with peas, the remorseless noisette d'agneau so It goes. Beatrix Demarest Lloyd in Marci Smart Set. WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING. "We will soon move into our new quarters with a full and complete line of oods for Men, "Women, Misses and Children. Watch this space for further announcement. THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa, In ten hours. One f the most scenic stage route In America. Five relays. Phone us for Information. Far, (6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGECO. YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS Should be filled with Fresh Drugs, tent Druggist. These you X HOLLADAYS' PHARMACY M"t"H.fr H"H-S-H-K' H..H"M..H"H.t 4H"H-H-H"H"K"HM AXiMTi AJN To I xCxj JoJN AJN To ! Our recent successful sale has left lots of them. LESUEUR-GIBBONS CO. $.H..H"!"H"I"H"H"H"H..M J 6 ST RECEIVED TCa fiavA Inst frfrAivpT nn pntirelv new line of Tjldles' . Footwear. X r " - - y which Includes all the new and T A World Traveller Makes a Side Trip to Roosevelt. The different reclamation projects throughout the United States have at tracted the attention of peoples far be yond our borders. The immense work at Roosevelt has been visited by nota bles from many of the European coun tries, and it Is being constantly visited by Individuals of less note. A. Von Hoffman from Berlin, Ger many, who is traveling in America, was a guest at the Alhambra yester day. Accompanying hjm were Dr. and Mrs. II. K. Beauchamp and W. J. Donald of Phoenix. Mr. Von Hoffman is making the Salt river valley a part of his itinerary In order that lie might study the great work of reclamation being done here, and also with a view of possible investment. He expressed himself as well pleased with what he has seen, and also at the wonderful transformation of what atlases throughout Christendom have been wont to describe as "The Great American Desert." ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST. The Episcopal guild ladies of this place held their tri-monthly session during the week at the home of Mrs. Howard W. Lee. There is a general epidemic of colds here. It is attributed to the sudden change In the weather. W. C. Keegan. who occupies an Im portant position with the reclamation seinite at Roosevelt, was in the city yesterday. J. J. Fraser of Fish Creek was In Mesa yesterday on business and visit ing friends. Mr. Fraser recentlv dis posed of his large cattle interests at the creek to W. J. Clemans. Mesa lodge. No. 14, I. O. O. P., will meet this evening at the K. P. hall, and a good attendance of the members Is desired. There was a meeting of the Birthday club held at tho home of Mrs. J. F. Diamond on Second avenue. f Thft "Rocf in 4 Auv A-LA J BAKERY GOODS. Mesa Bakery Cash Store, t Peterson & Horn. MESA HOTEL. Lodging House. Best Rooms in Mesa. Mrs. Geo. Holland, Mgr. f MASQUERADE Washington's Birthday I Monday, Feb. 22. I J REGULAR DANCE Saturday, Feb. 20. Vance Auditorium. in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n ii i ui m 1 1. J VA L EN TINES I at ;: 1 GROVER'S PLACE. -i t tii 1 1 1 i hi hi the EDISON PHONOGRAPH 200 Spanish and American Records. G. L. YOUNG'S MESA JEWELRY STORE. 'THE TOGGERY. Mesa, Arizona. carefully Compounded by a compe- X are assured of in trading at MESA, ARIZ. 'H U S' I""I"I"i"l"fr-H-W"H"I"t"H'l' J - T nobby designs. A. HUNSAKER