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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1909.
'0.. Ay--- COULD IT t CZEMA Disease Began over Ear and Spread til! Face and Neck were Raw Itch ing, Inflammation and Soreness were Terrible Lasted Over a Year and All Treatments Failed T - Y 's. A. UNTIL CUTICURA AGAIN PROVED GREAT SUCCESS 'Eczema began over the top of my It cracked and then began to spread. i nad three different doctors and tried several things, but they did me no good. At last one side of my face and my neck clear up to my hair were raw. Tho water ren out of it so that I had to wear medicated cotton, and it was so inflamed and tsore that I had to put a piece of cloth over my nillow to keen the water from it, and it would stain tho cloth a sort of yellow. The eczema itched so that it seemed as though I could tear mv face all to pieces. The disease began in the fall and I did everything for it until the next winter. Then I began to use the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and it was not more than three months before it was all healed up. I still use the Cuticura Resolvent Pills once in a while to cleanse the blood. I am very thank ful that I tried Cuticura, and I can recommend it to anv one. Miss Ann Pearsons, Northfield.'Vt.. Dc. 19, '07." GROWS HAIR Cuticura Removes Dandruff and Soothes Itching Scalps. Warm Bhampoos with Cufcura Soap, and light dressings with Cuticura, pre vent dry. thin and falling hair, remove crusts, scales and dandruff, destroy hair parasites, soothe irritated, itching surfaces, stimulate the hnir follicles, loosen the scalp skin, supply the roots with energv and nourishment, and make the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp when all other treatment fails. Complete Externa! and Internal Treatment for Every Humor of Intents. Children and Adults con sist of Cuticura Koap 25c lo t'lesuse tne Skin. Outlrurm Ointment (Me.) to Heal the Sk;n and Cult Cura Resolvent (.W.I, (or In the form of Chocolate Coated PUB, 2.V. per Tlal of COi to I'urlfy the Blood. Bo!4 Uiroticnout the world, potter Drug at Chem. Corn.. Sole Props.. Boston. Masa. f-uaues i ree. cuticura book oa sun DU KING WAS PLEASED WITH LITTLE BUTTE Believes I One of the Most Promising Mines He Ever Saw. IHII1II1I1IU1IH1 M"l W. A. REYNOLDS Contractor and Builder Plans and specifications furn ished free on all work con tracted or superintended y him. Let me plan yeur bouse for you. ATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Black 2561. Eesldence, 1119 W. Fillmore St. Office, Five Points. Phoenix. NEW LITIGATION IN DISTRICT COURT H. B. King of the Southwestern Realty company returned from Bouse yesterday with J. B. Meyer, president of the Arizona-Bouse company, and with whom he went to inspect the Little Butte mine owned by the com pany. As previously mentioned, the Southwestern Realty company, repre sented by Mr. King, has an option on the local ag-ency of the Arizona-Bouse company for the sale of stock, and which option It will avail itself of Just as soon as sausueu oi ine men is 'i the project. V Mr. King said last evening that lie had satisfied himself quite thoroughly already, but will make no definite staienipnt until he secures assay re ports from' a great number of samples t he took nimseir. Knows jum they came from and what the results will mean if they are as he hopes they w ill be. ' RAanertincr all other conditions, the general appearance of the property and its perfect location, tne quantity mm ,.oiitv the surface ores, the amount and quality of the ore being daily put on the dump, the camp equipment aim the machinery being placed, all these things, he says, are just as were rep resented to him and he is not only pleased but very enthusiastic over the nn-,cnort The mine is within a mile of the railroad, though - four miles from Bouse. A sidetrack will soon De secured and that will shorten the haul for such ore as is shipped, from four miles to one. Later as development nroreeiis a snur track to the mine will doubtless be built to btitl further elim inate freighting expenses. One couia scarcely hope to find a mine better located in respect of a railroad and the property itself appeals to him as being unexpectedly good. It seems to have e-oo.i Conner values and unusually rich gold values for a copper mine. The promoters' stock is an poowru. or at least so represented, a fact he will establish to his personal knowl edge before undertaking me saie oi .t, Tn hnll it all down, as far as he has investigated, and he is almost through with his investigations, every thing is satisfactory and his enthusi asm is greater since he saw the mine than before. If his at-says are at all satisfying he believes the stock will be as good a mining investment as any bodv can make. Restraining Order and a Modifying Order Issued in Respect of Annual Meeting of the Unida Gold Mining Co. A LABORER KILLED cvnrini Ft-b. 22. One man I-ist' his life, and another was fatally hurt, when a swaying rm'iai iioor in the ruined city hall, gave way today hurling them to the basement amf covering them with t-.ns of debris. The (lead man is J. Tisnorat, a la bi irtr. o MARRIED AN ASTOR Morristown, N. J., Feb. 23. Miss Sylvia Green, daughter of Mrs. Hetty Green, one of the wealthiest Ameri can women, was married at noon to dav to Matthew Astor Wilkes. Wilkes is 65 years old and a great grandson of John Jacob Astor. An order of injunction and a sub sequent order modifying the Injunc tion, were issued yesterday in a law suit filed yesterday morning under the title, George Margaretic versus George Polda, T. G. Norris, John Doe, Richard Roe and the Unida Gold Min ing Co. The injunction restrained the defendants from holding a stockhold ers meeting in this city yesterday. The order of modification was issued on a motion filed by Norris & Ross, attorneys for the defense, the motion to be heard this morning by Judge Kent in chambers at 9:30. The mod. ification order stated that the stock holders meeting may be held today at 10:30. The facts on which this litigation is begun, as recited In the complaint of the plaintiff, are as follows: That the Unida Mining company of which Margaretic is president and Polda is secretary, called a stock holders' meeting for yesterday In Cleveland, Ohio, and sent notices to all, including plaintiff, who owns 354.720 shares of the 1,100,000 Issued; that the plaintiff and others repre senting two-thirds of the capital stock are now in Cleveland to attend the meeting; that Polda and other direc tors unlawfully issued 200,000 shares of stock at a half cent a share, know ing the stock to be selling for 25c, for the purpose of controlling the an nual election; that Polda and others learning that plaintiff and friends were in Cleveland to attend the meet ing, to keep control of the company fraudulently issued a few days ago another call fixing the annual meet ing in Phoenix on the same date; that Messrs. Norris, Doe and Roe hold fraudulent stock and intend to vote It: that the property of the com pany, improvements and several thou sands of dollars in the treasury amount In value to over JlOO.OoO and that the treasurer is one of those in collusion to fraudulently appropriate the funds and property of the com pany; that the plaintiff was not duly notified of the Phoenix meeting and cannot get here in time, wherefore he asks that the holding of the meeting be restrained for ten days. The or der was for a postponement of at least nine days with leave to the de fendant to apply for any modification ( u awn iil-anrs.i.n ma W(hy Paint? 1 Natural Roses are far more beautiful than artificial ones, and thougH if may be fashionable for pale people to use the rouge pot, the results are more attractive and lasting, if you will follow the more natural fashion and take Cardui. Cardui enrickes the blood, through the nervous system, the main connecting link of which, is in the womanly organs, like the exchange board of a telephone line. No medicine can keep continuously before the public, like Cardui, for half a century of time, constantly increasing in popu larity and sales, as Cardui has done, unless, it does the work, as Cardui does. "Cardui is all the doctor I want," writes Mrs. 'Amanda Frye, of Montoya, N-. Mex. "It is the finest medicine for women that ever was. I cannot say too mrfTi -foi. if Tf Jiolruirl mo and nlcrt m tr YnofTiop 3 tr w who had been suffering for three years from the change of life. I advised her to take Cardui and now she has taken one bottle and it has helped her and she feels like a different woman." Try Cardui. It will help you. Sold every where. Buy a bottle today. Btd&BjiatalMt Take CARDUI G SOS Care of The Bathroom. To Insure perfect safety from disease perms every part of the bathroom must be well looked after and a dally cleaning- and weekly scrub bing are necessary to keep it In a sanitary condition. Tbe tub should be cleaned each time after It is used. For this purpose keep In tbe bathroom a bottle of a solution made by dlssolvins two tablespoonfuls of Cold Dust washlnir powder In half a frallon of water. Oncoavf'ek thoroughly scrub and scald tbe tub. basin, floor and all the fixtures with hot sudsinadu from tbe washing powder and pour down the. pipes boiling water to which lias Ix-en added two tableapooiifuls of (.old Iiiint washing powuvr to every gallon of water. I'm a small book or bent bairpln to remove lint from the waste pipes. Clean the nickel and brass fixtures In the bathroom by rubbing with equal pans of whiting and Gold Dust washing powder- that may be proper, and of which the defendant availed Itself. In the de fendant's motion It is denied that Mr. Norris has now or ever did have any stock in the company. Another suit filed yesterday was entitled George W. Champion and John K. Davern versus Mrs. Florence Seathoff. widow, Fred, Florence, Ralph-Kdward Seathoff, children, and F. R. Seathoff, administrator of the estate of K. F. Seathoff. The com plaint recites that the plaintiffs and the deceased were owners of certain mining claims in the Vulture district previous to the death of E. F. Sea thoff in 1905; that the latter owed the plaintiffs at death $:68 for his portion of work done on the property; that since then there has been done sufficient in his interest to total his Indebtedness $1,000; that the plain tiffs have been unable to commun icate with the administrator; that the property was not listed in the inven tory of the estate of the deceased, etc., wherefore the plaintiffs ask that their claim against the deceased may be considered a first lien on the prop erty: that the interest of deceased in the "property may be .sold to satisfy the judgment and that the plaintiffs may be given a deed to the property. o HAPPY TOHUGH BURIED. the fallen dirt with a battering ram. Electric light wires were passed through the pipes and the men pro- vided with light. Food and water are furnished through the same source. The entombed men do not fear fur ther cave-ins and seem cheerful in their position. It is believed they will be rescued tomorrow. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC North Center St. Phoenix, Arizona GOVERNMENT WINS Washington, Feb. 23. The verdict of the United States circuit court for the southern district of New York, imposing a fine of J108.000 upon the New York Central Railroad Co., for granting rebates to the American Sugar Co., was affirmed in the Unit ed States supreme court. o A Prospective Shelter A well-known senator was asked why some politicians were always making such a howl about the pre servation of our forests. "Oh," he replied, "they probably never know j Just when they may have to take to zine." I"M1 I 11 1 HH1 IHIIMHII1IIIHII 1 WALL PAPER CHEAP Phoenix Hardware Co. niHIUMIItHHHIMIIM .( Seattle, Feb. 23. A cave-in which occurred this morning in a tunnel being, driven for the northern trunk sewer, buried beneath 700 tons of earth eleven men, two of whom were crushed to death wjile nine were entoncd in a tunnel beyond the cave-in. The dead are August Stan gle and Duncan Robertson. The entombed men have a clear spare In the tunnel twelve feet in diameter and forty-two feet long. Communication was established with them by driving a 2-inch pipe through (arry Disease germs iuuj luc uuuio iauu are a positive menace to 1 life, and also tbe greatest L destroyers of property. Stearns1 Electric Rating Roach Pasts is a sure exterminator of rats, mice, cockroaches and all ver min. It is better than traps it drives them out of tbe bouse die. Money back if It falls, tax. boats: ISax.baxSI.OS Bold everywhere or aent expraaa prapaM on receipt oi pnoe. Karat' Eltctrlc PMtt C., - Chkap, III. The Roof that Proves Sun-Proof and Rain-proof: needs no paint or repairs. Zi you are interested in Roofs the best and most economical Roofing to use, for all kinds of buildings let us send you samples of "Rubber Sanded," and our 3 2 -page booklet. Write today before you forget it. PIONEER ROLL PAPER COMPANY Department 67 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA Let us put you in touch 'with our distributing agent in your locality. 7 Location: East half of Section 12, Township 2 north. Range 2 east, on the new Black Canyon road, 5 miles northwest of Phoenix, 3 miles from Alhambra, one and a half miles from Orangewood orange groves and three and a half miles due east of the Glendale Sugar Factory. iQ)S X S? RICH CULTIVATED LAND, Ti In Tracts of cres up WITH WATER AT $125.00 PER ACRE--fa fers anv or ail deferred payments may be made at later dates to suit his convenience. Interest 8 per cent. Any amount may be paid at any time purchaser desires and interest stopped. t v Rabbit Ranch lands are easy to buy and easy to pay for. Any practical man who will make his first payment and cultivate his land can depend upon his crops to Vp later tiavments The ranch is now mostly sown to barley and will soon be fenced in a substantial manner. The soil is rich and water plenty. The nearness to JSr f cWrnio- rioints Phoenix, Alhambra and Glendale and the ready home market makes the disposal of all farm products easy and profitable. UUbU f I O Ideal for Oranges The soil on the high ground of the Jack Rabbit Ranch has been pronounced by government authorities as unexcelled for Orange and Vineyard growing. The elevation is the same as the best pro ducing Orange groves m uw vajr, while the location near the northern foothills and the Orangewood orange groves leaves noimng iui ther to be desired. Alfalfa and other Crops It is a well known fact that the best Beet Sugar and Orange land is the best general agricultural land in short, it will grow any crop indigenous to this climate. The soil of the Jack Rabbit Ranch being new and iree from "dobe," "slick spots" and "alkali," is unsurpassed for miscellaneous farming and espe cially for alfalfa raising. There is not a. foot of waste land on the whole place. Alfalfa hay is now selling for $15.00 per ton in large quantities. This means more than $10.00 per ton profit to the farmer, and he can raise from 5 to 12 tons per acre in a sea son of six months and pasture the land the balance of the year. No. 4 Broadway. 20 acres will make the buyer independ ent; 40 acres a capitalist. ' Sugar Beets a Money-Maker The location of the Jack Rabbit Ranch, within easy hauling distance of the Glendale Sugar Factory and the suitability of the soils (they are the famous Loess and Sandy Loam) for growing Sugar Beets, greatly adds to the value and attractiveness of this land. Twenty acres in Sugar Beets will an nually more than net the amount of the annual deferred payments on the land, and it only requires one hundred and fifty days to make a crop. In rear of the Union Bank. OFFICE AND ARRANGE TO GO OUT TO Every farm will front a county road, three of which are on section lines.