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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
WEATHER TODAY FAIR NINETEENTH YJZAR. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1909. VOL. XIX. NO. 285. VALLEY II BY REPUBL AL RIJIJ n 0 3 SECTION TWO 8 PAGES : H l i n H',M"t"H"H"l ' r 1 1 ; i i,ni. f RURAL ROUTE NO. 1. f H'l I l-H'"HHtH"t 81 1 i It it WILSON. Wilson. Feb. 19. On Thursday Mrs. Maley entertained at dinner, her guests being- the two Misses Haffner, Mrs. Gilmore of Prescott, Mrs. Day of Phoe nix and Mrs. Fred Tait. The Wilson boys are pasturing their cows on the Mclntyre ranch but will soon remove them to the McKeen place. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thompson and the - babies took dinner last Sunday and spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. John Schlalos on West Adams street. Phoenix. Mrs. Barry, with Mary and Joe, spent last Friday with Mrs. Joseph Monihon on the Yuma roaL Mr. Curtis and family went off on a picnic last Sunday in the direction of Camel's Back. Miss Lane Shreck returned on Sun day from a visit with Mrs. Voskuhler across the river. Charlie Woolfolk of Flagstaff was calling on W. E. Barry on Tuesday. Mrs. Benjamin spent last Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Bicknell. Preston Williams bought a load of hay from Mr. McKeen on Tuesday. Next Saturday a party of fifteen of the best motorcyclists, including- Elli son Wilson and Harrison Williams, contemplate a trip to Roosevelt, Har rison Williams riding his own new In dian machine he purchased last week. Mr. Maly and the two Mr. Haffners, who are stopping with him, took a hunting trip to Arlington. The trip lasted a week and to show there was some shooting done they returned with over a hundred birds. Anton Gold Is a busy man this week leveling land on the Stewart place. Mrs. Fred Tait has already com menced her next Thanksgiving dinner, as she has twelve little turkeys Just from the shell, and a few of these will surely make a good beginning. Mr. Pritchett was so unfortunate as to lose one of his best milk cows this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Black entertain ed at dinner last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Black, Mr. Queen, Miss Queen, Vena, Sue and Ben Queen were their guests. Miss Osmundsun returned last Sat urday from a week's visit with friends in Mesa. Mrs. Will Chambers and little daugh ter, Ethel, were calling on Mrs. C. C ; Chambn last.Sundaj- evening. Mrs. Echlln drove out from Phoenix Wednesday in her new buggy to take her mother, Mrs. Wilson, In to spend a few days with her. Mrs. Wilson will take in the evangelistic meetings while in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Edson and family spent last Sunday with Mrs. Edson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tower, in Phoenix. Harry Pierson of Creighton district, William Cage and Mr. Johnson are pasturing their cows on the Mars place. Mr. and Mrs. John Creightort of Creighton have been business visitors in the district twice during the past week. J. L. Irvtn, a real estate man, with a party of men was driving through the district on Thursday, but there has been no report of a sale yet. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. C. C. Chambers and Miss Mae ..entertained with a "kitchen shower" for Miss Ruth Pritchett, whose wedding with Chester Mathers will take place on Saturday. Many useful presents, and some with double use, were showered upon the bride-to-be. Those present were Mrs. Charlie Thompson, Mrs. L F. Johnson, Mrs. Strouder, Mrs. Houstan, Mrs. Barry, Miss Ruth Pritchett, Miss Win- nifred Pritchett, Miss Magdalena Shreck. Miss Cordelia Queen, Miss Viva Johnson, Miss Thelma Johnson and Miss Ada Osmundsun. The mar ried ladies were required to give ad vice or experience for the benefit of the single ladies, and all indulged in voting as to who would be the "next one." Delicious refreshments were served. The pupils of the Wilson school ren dered a very interesting program on Friday afternoon. The following Is the program : Song School. Exercise February days. Essay, Abraham Lincoln Eddie Minsch. Recitation, Abraham Lincoln Laurel Buroh. Recitation, A King Clara Woodring. Why We Love Lincoln Wilbur Minsch, Bemhart Mundall. Henry Luit Jens. The Name of Lincoln Lester Curtis. The Hard Work Plan Orson Luther. A Lincoln Exercise Nine girls. Song School. Do It Now Olive Cage. Recitation, Teacher's Valentine Bessie Woodrinfc". Recitation A February Nap Hope Edson. Essay, George Washington Seymour Thomas. Recitation, In Memoriam Hattie Minsch. Recitation, The Boy Washington Chester Strouder. Recitation, A High Resolve Elihu Johnson. Song, Mount Vernon Bells Girls of the School. Recitation, Washington 'Lenny Minsch. Recitation, Our Flag Mary Curtis. Recitation, What Cannot Be Denied Carter Burch. . Recitation, Washington's Birthday Viva Johnson. Recitation Sue Queen. Recitation, The Good Old Times Florence Harris. Recitation, Boston Boys Ida Wood ring. Essay, Longfellow Helen Strouder. Reading, Linda Burch. Song, America School. x ! ; f I ! I IMIIIIIIHIII t' ' RURAL ROUTE NO. 2. T A rww- T "H n 1 11 i i 1 1 1 n i m 1 1 1 1 i T OSBORN. Osborn, Feb. 19. Services at Bethel church, Sunday, Feb. 21; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; subject, "Stephen: The First Christian Martyr." Classes for all Sunday morning at -11. The pastor, Rev. G. W. Forman, will preach on the subject, "Availing Prayer;" text found In James v., 22. There will be no services Sunday night, so that every one may attend the Dixon meeting in the Elks' thea ter. The music class conducted by Rev. Forman will meet Saturday instead of Friday night. This class Is well worth attending. Rev. Forman Is con ducting special revival services at Cartwright, and a smiilar class is to be organized there. Several converts have been reported. Harry C. Thomas has sold his grocery store at the end of the In dian school car line to D. P. and George Vaughn. Dr. Shreve and wife of Troy, Iowa, were entertained at the Evans home last Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. Shreve came from the same part of the east that Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Evans and Mr. and MrsC. E and J. E. Tanne hill came from. Sonte nice Navajo rugs have been received at the Indian school and are meeting with a ready sale. The fine driving mare belonging to L. J. Hedgpeth was shot by some careless hunter last week. Two vet erinarians were called in, but the bone in the leg had been splintered and it was necessary to kill the animal. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Qulnn, Mrs. W. H. Henderson and Hedricn. Warren com posed a picnic party and drove east ward to the orange groves and Scotts dale, Friday. The marriage of Miss Flora Lam- son to Sam Bone took nlace nt th First Methodist Episcopal church last Monday at 8:30 o'clock. The bride looked beautiful in a traveling cos tume of dark rose, with hat and shoes to correspond. Mr. and Mrs. Bone left on the 9:30 train for Florence, and from there were to take a stage to Superior,, where Mr. Bone holds a responsible position with the Lake Superior Copper company. The friends of Mrs. Bone gave her three showers, at which many beautiful gifts were given. Aside from these, there were two dozen piece of. cut glass, several sets of, solid silver spoons, one silver tea set, silver carv ing sets, two sets of fruit knives and many odd pieces. a number of pieces of hand-painted china, besides a whele set of white and gold dishes, were in the beautiful collection of gifts. Various articles of linen and a Navajo rug were noticed. Yesterday was society day In the different rooms at Osborn school. The B. B. L., in Miss Buck's room, gave tne roiiowing program. Song, "The Dearest .Spot on Earth." By the Society Reading Dannie Campbell Recitation Imra Hawkins Song, "Old Oaken Bucket" Society Reading Gladys Osborn Song, "Do They Think of Me at Hume?" Society Piano solo...;.. Miss Buck Reading Clara Rouch Song, "Juanita" Society The program from Miss Smith's room was somewhat longer and was arranged by the two captains, Mary Downing and May Mitchell. A new bookcase was added to the furniture, Friday. Circulars regard ing the treatment of trachoma have been sent to every family in the dis trict. Miss Buck left for Tempe on last evening's train and will remain until Tuesday morning. Miss Hickman wilf also take advantage of the opportunity and visit with her mother. Them will be no school on Monday. Wednesday was the fiftieth wed ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Warren. They went to the Bart lett ranch, north of Glendale, and upon their return home, found an ex cellent turkey dinner awaiting them. Only members of the family were there. Out of ten children, seven were present. Quite a number of fruit and other trees are being planted by the resi dents living near Virginia avenue and the car line. Mrw and Mrs. O. C. Rennels of Cartwright were visiting In this neighborhood. Mrs. George Smith gave a family dinner last Sunday and invited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. L Teel, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mor rell, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Robinson. Mrs. B. Fine, Mrs. Robeson, L. B. Morrell, Bill Morrell of Holtville, Cal., and Roy Osborn. The funeral of W. I. Neafie oc curred on Thrusday morning at 10 o'clock. The sen-ices were conducted by Rev. Coats at the residence on North Cave Creek. - Mr. Neafie died a week ago, and the remains were taken to the undertaking parlors to await the arrival of Mrs. Neafie s sister, Miss Ida Shepherd, of Brook lyn, N. Y. The nurse's quarters at the Indian school are being Improved by ex tending the room the width of the porch in front and adding a bath and wardrobe. Mr. Staples, who has spent the winter months here, left for his home in Alabama via Texas last Wednes day. Miss Elsie Munger and Miss Pem- berton and Messrs. Clay and James Parker drove out to Peoria and spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Payne. A party of Miss Munger's friends Joined her there Sunday and wit nessed the sheep-shearing that was taking place near the Parvln home. Mrs. Louie Thompson drove out to visit her mother, Mrs. Vaughn. Thursday. Miss. Ford has been having some visitors lately. Among them are Miss Lucy C. Harper of Los Angeles, and Mr. Whale y of Denver. . Dr. Murphy, medical supervisor, left last Sunday morning. He has been here a month inspecting the condi tion of the school children's eyes. Mr. Walters has resigned his posi tion "as teacher, and it has been' filled by Miss Hendrix of Shawnee. Okla. Miss Gilchrist and Miss Fraser of New York cahie opt on an early car recently to visit the Indian school. Miss Fraser Is western field secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions. Mrs. J. C. Phillips has completed her new brick residence, and the barn belonging to the judge is also ready for occupancy, but the judge had to make a compromise to be permitted to move into the, house. He agreed to buy all the new furnl ture Mrs. Phillips should desire. A ball game Is arranged for thlt' afternoon between the- Normals and Indians at the Indian school at 2:30 o'clock. i i i, 14 1"H H Mil H 11 1 1 M ' RURAL. ROUTE NO. 3. niiiiiiin m i m i H' Mrs. E. O. Watklns went over to her ranch In the Wilson district to plant corn last week. Mr. List seems to be a rolling stone. About four months ago he traded ranches with John Shawver, and now he has traded again. This time A. S. BUofp-B pul siH 'uiijoia aqj s jaisop: Mr. List's, so they traded the twenty acre tracts on which the houses stood, and Mr. Mosler bought the other twen ty acres from Mr. List; consideration $125 per acre. Mr. Shiflet and the mall man have traded horses. Mr. Shiflet liked the horse the mail man left there while driving his- bronco, and, thinking the bronco would be, a better driver than It, traded. Both parties seem to be pleased. Mr. List took home a bunch of fruit trees yesterday. H. E. Smith has been hauling J. J. Casey's baled hay to town for the past week. The last of a 170-ton lot went In yesterday. It is fine alfalfa and brought $15 the top notch. Albert Rhodes was a visitor at Ven Sk'l'a, for a few days last -week. S. S. Green Is spending a few days In Los Angeles on a business trip. J. C. Mudersbach finished shearing his sheep last week. He would like for the parties who borrowed some of his sheep to return them, as he needs them. Our -mall man distributed some lit erature on the- advantages of stamped envelopes yesterday, and he wished to state that he has a supply on hond at all times, with the route number nrlnted' on the return card. He also wishes to Inform his patrons that all postal cards bearing mica, tinsel or any substance which will rub off, must be enclosed In a sealed envelope and a two-cent stamp placed on the out side of the envelope; otherwise. It win not be accepted. Colonel AV. H. Whigam of Chicago was a visitor to our part of the valley Tuesday and Wednesday. Colonel Whigam Is a cousin of Major E. M. Lamson and came to lftok into the af fairs of the Ernest C. Lamson estate, which he found In excellent condition. He was particularly enthusiastic over the Lamson ranch of eighty acres on North Central avenue. When Major Unison assumed charge of this tract of land as administrator last October, it was nearly all covered, more or less, with brush and weeds, twenty acres being a wilderness cr sage di-ush, mesqulte and palo verde. Major Lam spn has proved as successful In run ning a ranch as In conducting a busi ness college. Colonel Whigam found the whole tract ditched," bordered, plowed and sown to grain, on which sixty head of steers were being pas tured. Colonel Whigam visited the McNeil-Wylie ostrich farm, the olive and oraflge orchards toward Camel Back, and the older cultivated lands west of the, city. It is needss to say that Colonel. Whigam thinks the future of the Salt river valley is brighter than any other section of America. Colonel Whigam is a veteran or the Spanish war, an officer of the First Illinois cavalry, and range officer for the state of Illinois. He fs on a trip to San Francisco and expects t' be in Chicago by the first of March. Mrs. Mary E. Brown of Los Angeles, mother of Mrs. George Alklre, will ar rive In Phoenix Sunday morning to spend a month. She will be accom panied by her son. Harry Brown, and his wife, who will stop over for a couple of days. CARTWRIGHT. Cartwright, Feb. 20 Church an nouncements: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; subject of lesson, "Stephen the First Christian Martyr." Preaching at 11 a. m. Epworth league devotional service at 6:30 p. m.; subject, "The Condition of Our Dlscipleship" (John 15.1-8 and Matt. 16:24-27). Leader, Mrs. Clyde Swartz. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. The revival services being conduct ed at Cartwright are marking a new epoch In the church. Souls are being brought Into closer touch with God and a general outpouring of the spirit has been manifest throughout the church. Mr. Foreman of Bethel has been here since Friday and has preached to the people In a most worthy manner. His help In the song services has been ap preciated by all who attended. Some of his texts are as follows: Friday night, "Why call ve Me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say" (Luke 6:46); Sunday night subject, "A Personal Savior" "And they all with one accord began to make ex cuses" (Luke 14:18); Tuesday night, "What must I do to be saved?" (Acts 16:23); Wednesday night, "Behold I stand at the door and knock" (Rev. 3:20); Thursday night. "Thou art weighed In the balances and found wanting" (Daniel 5:27). The meetings will continue over Sunday. On Sunday night. February 28.. the Florin McEachern Mite Box brigade will hold an open meeting and mite box opening at the church. A special program ts being prepared by the little folks, and they are a band of work era. Those who want to know what their work Is are asked to "come.1 If ' they want to encourage them, "come." If they want to Join them. "come." Sunday night, February 28, at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Fannie Breedlove and her room mate, Miss Grace Shivers, of the Tempe Normal, came over Friday They were met at the station by James English and Will Rousseau, who accompanied them to the home of Miss Lou Marler in Phoenix, where the young folks spent a most enjoyable evening, afterward returning to Miss Breedlove's home In Cartwright. Mon day being a holiday, the young1 ladies will have a longer visit before return ing to school. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Rood and daugh ters spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Doyle. Harry Welbor and Floyd Smith mar keted another bunch of beef cattle on Tuesday. Ed Barns and family have moved to Tom List's place, thereby decreasing the school roll by three. Mrs. J. G. Brooks was a business visitor In Phoenix Wednesday. Mrs. W. C. Hedgpeth of Osborn vis ited her mother, Mrs. Smith, of the west end locality, Friday.' Mrs. Smith has only recently moved to this part of the valley, and this Is Mrs. Hedg peth's first visit to her mother in her new home. W. C. Stump has just purchased a small tract of land on the Yuma road, 2 miles west of Five Points. He and his wife expect soon to move to this place and leave the boys to care for the ranch where they now live. Earl Banks of Phoenix came out on Friday evening for a short visit with the family of his aunt, Mrs. Asa Graham. Earl Is in school, and neces sarily had to return to Phoenix Sun day evening. Mat Wall was busy Friday at his apiary near Asa Graham's ranch. Mrs. Wall accompanied him and spent the day visiting Mrs. Graham. Mr. Wall was present at the noon hour, and en Joyed a social chat as well as a good dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Howard attended the musical at the Arizona School of Mu sic Saturday. Their daughter. Miss Margaret, was among those who took part. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hedgpeth, Miss Blanche Tannehill. Miss Jennie Hedg peth. Miss Alice Tannehill and Roy Osborn of Bethel attended church at Cartwright Sunday night. Mr. Fore man accompanied them home after church. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Graham dined' on Sunday with Mr. Graham's mother, Mrs. James Graham. Those who attended the Bone-Lam-son wedding Monday morning from this neighborhood were Mr. and Mrs. T. Bone and daughters, Katie, Jennie, Callle and Hughie. Mrs. C. C. Green. Baird Green, Mabel. Frances and Aleen Green, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vin son, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Rousseau. Clyde and Will Rousseau. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bone left on the 9:30 morn ing train for Superior. They thought to escape the inevitable shower of rice and eluding their friends by boarding the train at a place other than the depot. But when the train stopped at Seventh street for Mr. and Mrs. Bone to get on board, lo, there were their friends on the train waiting for them, "rice" and all. Miss Mabel Harper, teacher at Inde pendence, spent Tuesday night as the guest of Mrs. L. D. Rousseau and ac companied her to church. Mr. and Mrs. Ellington and daugh ter, who are spending the winter with Mrs. Ellington's brother, Mr. Rains, attended church Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ellington are from Missouri and are well pleased with our climate so far. They will probably remain through the summer if It does not get too hot. A. G. Smoot Is engaged In hauling lumber for a new house. The carpen ter began work Wednesday. Mr. Smoot has planned a five-room lumber house. C. C. Green has purchased some more hogs of Mr. Cope to add to his already large stock. Mr. Cook, who Is In the employ of Mr. Cope, is en gaged In delivering the hogs to the Green ranch this week. M. List and Shell Mosler have ex changed ranches. The families moved on Tuesday. J. B. Dills brought home a new bug gy on Friday, and on Sunday he was looking for a "widow" who would like a ride. Mrs. C. T. Root and Mrs. J. G. Brooks visited Mrs. L. D. Rousseau Tuesday afternoon. Twenty dollars worth of new books have been ordered for the public school library at Cartwright. Prof. J. A. Rig gins and Miss Myrtle Morgan, teach ers, made the selections. The Cartwright Literary society has accepted a chellenge from the Glen dale Literary society to a three nights' debate. The first debate will take place at Glendale next Saturday night. The question for debate Is. "Resolved. That the government should own and control the railroads." Cartwright takes the affirmative. The speakers chosen from Cartwright are W. C. 'Stump. C. V. Gully and 'J. P. Ivy. Rev, R. G. Fields spent Monday night as the guest of Stanley Howard. Rev. Fields has just returned from Texas, where he was called . by the death of his mother. He was compelled to give up his pastoral charge at Los Angeles on account of the 111 health of his wife. Mrs. Fields and child ar rived In Phoenix from Log Ange'es on Tuesday morning, where she was met by her husband and driven to Buckeye, where Mr.- Fields has a ranch S-nd dairy. Their many friends here hope Mrs. Fields will speedily recover her health with the change to ranch life In Arizona. Mrs. C. T. Root Visited the capital city Wednesday. The main social event of the week was- a dinner given Sunday by Mrs. J. G. Brooks In honor of her hus band's birthday. A bountiful spread was placed before the company, who did full justice to Mrs. Brooks' culinary art. The invited guests were: Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hyard, Mr. and Mrs. John Phelps,- Mr. aftd Mrs. Charles Cart wright. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. McClure, Mr. and Mrs. Connell of Cartwright: Mr. and Mrs. MB. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ivy, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cole man. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rigglns of Fowler; Miss Wollas of Mesa. The youngsters were Nannie, Jennie Lee, Henrietta, Tina, Gertrude Brooks, Elizabeth Ivy, Adren Rigglns of Fow ler, and Stella Cartwright, Katherine and Agnes Howard of Cartwright. A toast was tendered the "valentine", which came to the Brooks' home thirty-eight years ago, with the re quest that a like dinner be given the same company of friends one year hence, offered by Mr. Howard. Rev. S. M. Cheek, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at Tempe, came over Monday and attended the meeting Monday night. He remained over night as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vinson. He returned Tues day. Miss Ruby Logue entertained some of her friends at dinner Sunday In honor of her seventh birthday. Those present were Emma and Estella Glossbrenner, Una McClure, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. . John Sheets, and the elder Mr. Logue. The little folks had a jolly time. Mrs. Smith accompanied her son Floyd to Phoenix Monday. James Hammels of Glendale was In Cartwright Tuesday and drove home some yearlings be 'had purchased of S. N. McClure. M. List marketed some fat hogs on Thursday. Mary Wiley has been quite sick with scarlet fever since Wednesday. The services of a trained nurse have been secured, and every one hopes for. her speedy recovery. Frank Brown does not make a prac tice of climbing trees, yet he can climb as was proven the other day. Mr. Brown had started across the pasture after his horse, when he was attacked by a couple of ostriches that had got ten into the pasture unknown to Mr. Brown. He was not long In deciding that he could get a better view of the birds rom a tree top. Mrs. Asa Graham visited the "city" Wednesday. Jack Brooks is hauling wood for C. M. Glossbrenner and Asa Graham this week. C. M. Glossbrenner and Frank Brown were business visitors In Phoe nix on Wednesday. Mr. Glossbrenner took dinner with his sister, Mr. Kniveton. of Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Ulum of Phoenix spent ! Sunday as the guests of their daugh ter. Mrs. Frank Brown. Mrs. Glossbrenner has just finished grading another lot of ostrich feathers from the National Ostrich ranch. Mrs. W. R Bratton and daughter Ruth, Mrs. Edgar Brooks and Mrs. Townsend spent Wednesday with Mrs. Glossbrenner. Ruth has been 111 with an attack of grip and is yet out of school. Mr. Plckrell visited the National Os trich ranch on Monday after a week's illness. Mrs. Frank Brown called on Mrs. C. T. Root on Monday afternoon. C. M. Glossbrenner has begun the plowing to seed another fifteen acres to alfalfa, Mrs. W. R. Bratton contemplates a visit to Fowler, Calif., In March to see her father. Sam Patterson and his men drove a large bunch of fat hogs to market on Friday. They had a Wagon along in case any of the hogs got tired out. n 1 1 n i n 1 1 ; i m u i it 'H 1 1 ! RURAL ROUTE NO. 4. T n linn h inn ini 1 1 ittt FOWLER. -Mrs. Arch Fitzhugh was In our neighborhood Thursday delivering goods from Groft & Reed's. Chi- cago. Mrs. Fitzhugh took the orders for the goods sometime ago, but the goods were delayed in shipping. Mrs. Jim Marler of Phoenix came out to the ranch, Tuesday, and vis ited her daughter, Mrs. Bright. The Rev. R. H. Fields and family. on their way to their new home at L,iDerty, spent Tuesday night at the home of M. B. Brooks. Mr. Fields waa pastor of St. Paul South Meth odist church, in Los -Angeles,' but "On account of his wife's health, was forced to give up the pastorate there and return to Salt River valley. cowman Dills was a guest of Mrs. Frank Horton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kohl Were Phoenix visitors. Wednesday. Miss Etta Parker spent Sunday with Miss Nellie Elliot. William Meyers and the Rev. Mr. Williams of Phoenix, accompanied by J. A. Riggins, spent last Friday afternoon shooting quail In the vicin ity of the old ostrich farm. Oliver Smith returned Saturday from Texas, whither he was called by th j death of his father. It will be remembered that his father was accidentally shot in the courtroom by Verna Ware, who was shooting at John Haines. Mr. Smith was accom panied home by his mother and his brother. Earl, who will visit here for a time. Harry Millefnd Miss -violet Hor ton spent Tuesday evening with Miss Horton's cousin, Tom Horton of West End. Mrs. Joe Coleman and Mrs. Clyde Swartz visited Mrs. Roy Butler of Riverside, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. .Louis Kohl of Isaac visited Mrs. Henry Kohl, Monday. Mrs. Harry Hilbers is' reported as being very sick. , Mrs. M. J. Miller and Mrs. J. P. Coleman visited Mrs. Charles Cart wright of Cartwright neighborhood. Tuesday. Mrs. Horton and daughter. Miss Violet,' were shopping in Phoenix Wednesday. Powell Mclllmoil, who has been vis iting his father here, returned to San Francisco, Wednesday. Helen Parker spent Sunday with Ethel Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Sapp were guests of friends In Glendale, Sunday. Fred Nelson of Mesquite has been calling on the? people of this neigh borhood this week, soliciting for the Valley Tea and Coffee house. Mr. Sture, one of the proprietors, was out with him, Tuesday. The road overseer has again been at work on our roads. The bad mud hole between George Kay's and M. B. Brooks' has been filled in, which greatly facilitates travel on that part of the Yuma road. A few of our young people were among the guests at a valentine party given Saturday night by Miss Gladys Kohl In the Isaac neighbor hood. The fortunate ones were Nellie TTl 1 ir.t T j.! I, nnmn Rprtha K" ih I Nannie Brooks, Tom Graham and Reuben Graham. They report a most enjoyable time. Bertha Kotil and Nannie Brooks remained as the guests of Miss Kohl over-night, re turning Sunday morning by way of Cartwright. Viva Nations spent Wednesday night as the guest of Chrissie Elliot. Mrs. L D. Vanzandt of Buckeye visited her mother, Mrs. Mclllmoil, a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Miller drove to Phoenix, Sunday, and dined with Mr. and Mrs. Snodgrass. Miss Violet Horton and Miss Dor othy Haynes were guests, Sunday, of Mrs. Riley Casner. Lucy Mclllmoil went to Buckeye, Thursday evening, "to visit her sister, Mrs. Vanzandt. Mrs. M. J. Miller visited Mrs. Bruce Brooks, Thursday afternoon. Dowell Kohl spent Sunday with his cousins. Glen and Burtis Kohl, of Isaac. We are glad to see Mrs. Moore so much recovered from her latest acci dent as to be able to be on the mail route again. Invitations are out to a party to be given Tuesday night In honor of Granville Sapp's twenty-first birth day. Ruby Logue was hostess, Sunday, to Emma and Stella Glossbrenner and Una McClure of Cartwright, the oc casion being Ruby's seventh birth day. Mrs. William Mann attended church at Cartwright, Sunday. Joe Holly went to Phoenix, Thurs day, and brought out a lot of trees. The Lloyd boys also are putting out about two hundred fruit trees. Jim Loyd hauled them out from Phoenix, Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Olmstead visited in Phoenix Monday and Thursday of this week. , August Hegelund was a business visitor in our neighborhood, Wednes day. Mrs. Wickie went to Phoenix, Wednesday, in her automobile and was accompanied home by Mrs. Kelly. - Mr. and Mrs. Walton have bought a ranch at Buckeye and will move there at once. We are sorry to have them leave the neighborhood. Ed Dunbar, who has been milking and running a chicken ranch in the Buckeye country, spent Wednesday night with Frank Bryant. Mrs. George Kay and Mrs. Jack Harris drove to Phoenix Wednesday, and in company with Mrs. John Elli son drove out east of town and spent the day with Mrs. Hutton. The latest thing in the way of a curiosity In live stock was a fully developed two-headed calf, to be seen at Quin Faulkner's, last week. The calf had the regulation number of feet, but twice as many ears as calves are naturally provided with. The two necks joined at the shoul ders and the two heads were perfect ly developed. The Belknap baler has moved from George Kay's to Mr. Hanson's. Mr. Kay is now busy hauling baled hay at $16 .per ton. J. P. Ivy attended the meeting of the Odd Fellows at Glendale, Thurs day night. " Mrs. Horace Smith was through our neighborhood Friday, delivering goods from the Larkin company. Mrs. Smith has been their solicitor for several years. Miss Wallace, who formerly taught at West End and who is here visiting Mrs. Sam Rogers in Cartwright, spent the dav, Thursday, with Mrs. Jim Ivy." - Those from Fowler who helped eat the good things prepared, Sunday, by Mrs. Jack Brooks of Cartwright, were Bruce Brooks and family, J. P. Ivy and family, J. A. Riggins and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coleman. Be sides these, there were a number of Cartwright people present, making the number of guests elope to forty. Mr. and Mrs. Ivy were among those who visited the legislature, Monday, In the Interest of the local option bill. Mr. Jackson was a guest at din ner. Sunday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olmstead. Mrs. Haynes and Miss Myrtle shopped in Phoenix, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bright drove to Phoenix, Sunday, and spent the day with Mrs. Bright's mother, Mrs. Mar ler. The Rev. Mr. Smith left for his old home in New Mexico this week. He will return next Thursday, ac companied by his family, and move at once to the parsonage, which will be prepared to receive them. There will be the regular services on Sun day morning. Brother Draper filling the pulpit, but there will be no ser vices at night. Mrs. Draper and children visited in the neighborhood on Sunday. MURPHY. Murphy, Feb. 20. C. M. Moore re turned from California Thursday morning, where he has been for the past month. His health is very much improved. Miss Dessie Matthews of Phoenix spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miller. - Mrs. K. S. Townsend spent Wednes day afternoon in Phoenix. H. A. Bustrin sold a fine milk cow last week. Miss Nellie Morton was calling In the Isaac neighborhood Wednesday. We are all glad to see Mrs. C. M. Moore again on our route, delivering the mail. B. W. Getslnger and family moved Monday to a ranch which he pur chased near the campmeeting grounds. We are all very sorry to see Mr. Get singer and family go, as they were a great help in our Sunday school. C. E. Justus is on the sick list. Little Hazel Bradshaw is very much improved. There will be Sunday school at Mur phy school house on Sunday after noon at 2:30 o'clock. RIVERSIDE. St. Valentine's day seemed to be a very welcome guest, as every one seemed glad to see it. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bacon have returned to the city after a lengthy visit with their parents. Mr. A. D. Crabb and wife of Isaac visited the Nelson family, Tuesday. J. B. Hutton of Phoenix was a busi ness visitor here, Monday. Among those who spent Sunday in town were J. J. Miller, H. Mclntyre. Mr. and Mrs. E. Bacon, Miss Mary Mclntyre and. Miss Duett Doggett. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kelley of Fow ler called upon the Mclntyre family, Tuesday. J. Hill seems to- be quite -unfortunate with his cattle this year. Wednesday morning, he lost a fine milk cow by bloat. Mrs. B. Miller, W. M. Doggett, Mrs. H. Mclntyre, Mrs. E. Snell, Mis3 Treva Doggett and Mr. and 'Mrs. P. Nelson spent Monday in Phoenix. Mr. Baker, the representative of the Redewill Music company, was through this neighborhood on Wednesday. Albert Nelson of Buckeye passed through here on Monday en route to Phoenix. J. Nelson, W. Clarke and Harry Criswell spent Sunday and Monday in the city. Howard Hughes of Phoenix spent Sunday In thfe vicinity. Every one is glad to see Mrs. Moore back on the route again. i I M M l I 'lM I I 1 I M..M"H"H' M1 V GLENDALE. , h 1 1, h ,h n, h, I 1 M' Ull H I V I- Little Elizabeth Kinney was quite ill with pneumonia the first of the week. The Methodist Episcopal Missionary Society met with Mrs. Houston on Friday. Following the regular work a Lincoln program was given. The good roads and telephone meet ings were held Tuesday night. Tho road overseer gave his report and stated that the new road grader had arrived and work was begun on the grading Wednesday. A committee was appointed to seek ways and means for improving the park. The presi dent, secretary and treasurer of the People's Independent Telephone com pany were present and agreed to ex tend their telephone system to Glen dale. The construction overseer was in this community Wednesday looking over the ground and getting subscrib ers. A good telephone system is need ed greatly in and around Glendale and will be of great benefit to our citizens. Louis Sands has just completed two cozy new bungalows in the east end of Glendale and S. O. Furrey is con templating the erection of some cot tages on the west side. The new Stauffer building is nearly completed and is quite an addition to Gleniiitle. The Slaughter building Is "Inished and consists of two rooms. In one the Glendale State bank opened Monday, and a restaurant is bein conducted in the other room. Mr. Neis will open his new mercantile store In the Imme diate future. The Self Culture club met Wednes day with Mrs. W. E Twinch. The program was as follows: "Natural Wonders" (short talks); "Natural Bridge." Belle Lehman; "Soda Springs," Mrs. Osborn; "Montezuma's Well." Mrs. Symonds; "Petrified For ests," Mrs. Warner; "Agua Caliente," Mrs. Lund. The next meeting will be held on March 10th with Mrs. F. L. Norris as hostess. In spite of adverse criticisms Glen dale is making a strenuous fight for good roads. It had become almost an impossibility to travel anywhere on the highways without plowing throuRh mud and water at least part of the way, consequently the road overseer caused several road flooders to be ap prehended last week. Good roads en hance the value of property any where, and it should be the pride of every citizen to do his share toward making the Glendale roads the best in the county.