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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1909.
6 "When The Harvest' Days Are Over, Jessie,' Dear" would have meant very little to this young swain had he not been sure of a full granary, and you can't expect the best results even with our accom modating climate unless you use the best machin cry in planting. Ask about, write about and come to see about Hoosier Drills, Beet Cultivators, Deere Plows, Disc Harrows, EZRA W. THAYER nit mil in 1 1 1 i n i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -GOSART" ON A TANK IS A GUARANTEE . GOOD PLUMB ING . Nothing Is so unhealthy aa gas from clogged drain pipes la work is gsed our prices please, GOSART i -H M i i i n 111 11 m n n n i I'l IJllllIIIIIIIIUIIIIIUIllllllllltllllUIIilHIHIW TEMPE DEPARTMENT uiimiiiimiiiimiiiimiimiiimuiiuiiimii (Continued from page i.) A ROOSEVELT TRIP. Xelson Finch, James and Charles Glenn and B. H. Dobt returned this 30 ft. Bowels- Biggest organ of the body the bowels and the most important It's ot to be looked after neglect means suffering and years of misery. CASCARETS help .nature fceeo every ' part of your bowels dean and strong then they act right means health to your whole body. . . ' w CASCAtETS net box for a week's treat ment. All druggists. Biggest seller in the world atulioB boxes a sooth. t Advance We have secured the REXALL AGENCY and within a few days will have something interesting to say in regard to this. Tell your friends to watch for our SPECIAL CANDY SALE. It will be great. ." ... EVERYTHING NEW AND j UP-TO-DATE HERE. The Owl Pharmacy THE REXALL STORE; Ar H.- MILLER. Mgr. 4f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I H MILLIN We Early Select your shape and, trimmings and the deft fingers of our expert Mil ji liners will trim you anything you may desire. New Ruchings and New Spring Waists J? .ji- At prices that will appeal to the most thrifty. . , Francis Garden Rakes, Garden Hoes, ' Garden Spades, Planet Jr. Garden Cultivators. im-M limn ii 1 1 1 n n defective plumbing. Deadly sewer t responsible for much Illness. Our jr - ... t ; PLUMBING CO. Phone Main 285. 28-30 N. 2nd Av. X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 n m n u t week from a trip to Roosevelt and the dam site. The trip was devoid of un pleasant Incidents of any kind and was thoroughly enjoyed by all mem bers of the party.. A SMASH-UP. A horse belonging to B, B. Moeur created some little excitement on the street yesterday afternoon. The ani mal became frightened at something and finally threw itself. Bystanders rushed to the scene and the animal was held down until it was unhitched. Aside from a, few breaks In the har ness, little damage resulted. : Mrs. T. H. Sabin of Casa Grande Is visiting Mrs. C. M. Mullen. Ross Smith and family, who liave been snending the winter here, will leave tomorrow evening for their home in St Joe, Mlchetaoln-al!Hohn!tc in St. Joseph, Mo. Mrs. Smith will stop over en route for a visit with friends at BIsbee and Tucson. ! Mrs. Bertha Xelson left Wednesday evening for Houston, Ter. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Butterfleld and daughter. Miss Mary Butterfleld, who have been stopping at the Casa Loma, left yesterday morning for points in California, where they ,wiU . visit . be- Notes 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H I M arc. showing a very select line,', of Spring Millinery TURBANS AND READY-TO-WEARS. Cloak and Suit House " fore retin-nlng to their home In Grand Rapids, Mich. A pair of spectacles that were found on the street have been left at this office, where the owner may find them. GEORGE HAMLIN, HIS BOOK . A VOLUME 00T OF PRINT The Gift of a Friend Prominent in Public Life. George Hamlin yesterday received a "public document." ' The Indications were that it had come all the way from Washington, and the frank showed that the gift had been Insti gated by Delegate M. A. Smith. Mr. Hamlin felt a natural thrill of gratification. One always likes to be remembered by his old friends and especially by friends as prominent as Mr. Smith and as busy. Mr. Smith must have thought a good deal of him to be sending him books out of the public library. Mr. Hamlin hoped that his friend, the delegate, would not get Into trouble with the librar ian over it. ; Mr. Hamlin could tell by the "feel" of the 'package that it contained a book. He Is pretty busy himself, but he determined that he would read that book If it took the hair off. He had reason to believe that It was no ordinary book, like those that are be ing turned out now by the tens of thousands a day. The covering in dicated that it was an ancient tome, perhaps a rare volume, one that was, perhaps, the more ' valuable because it was out of print. All this time Mr. Hamlin, did not have his "specs" with him. He took the public document home and began to open It preparatory to reading it through at one sitting. Then he read on the cover, "House of Representa tives, U. S.; Sixth and Seventh An nual Reports, Bureau of Animal In dustry, 1889 and 1890. Free." The covering being removed, the book was found to be' covered with mildew and the edges of the pages were a dull ' yellow. The thrill of gratification of which mention has been made, slbsided, and Mr. Hamlin . remarked, In describing his feelings, that if he had voted for Ralph Cameron last fall, he would have been glad of it. He said: "I may be a back number, all right, but I don't want that fact officially ad vertised In the United States mails all the way from Washington to Phoenix. Mark must have thoupht that I voted against him last fall. and. he took that way to get even." BETTER TELEPHONE SERVICE. The telephone service In Tempe has been much Improved during the last ten days by the Consolidated Tele phone company. Owing to an appli cation by the Independent company for a franchise, the old company got busy. Several linemen were put to work and the lines improved and re paired. A service test of eighty-eight calls showed that only one patron was dissatisfied with the service; sixty-six were well pleased; fifteen said the service was fairly good, and seven ' were non-committal. This, at least indicates that the Consolidated feels the Importance of giving good service to keep out opposition, and Tempe patrons are enjoying the bene fit. . "Our glasses fit." We carry tnvlsl ble Bifocal, Torle and all other tenses and frames manufactured. Swlgert Bros, 17 XL Adams. Phone Red 2641. o ; MONET TO IX) AX I have $10,000 to loan In sums of J2.000 or more at 8 per cent on Improved country prop erty. The H. I. Latham Co., 115 N. Center St. . Z PcrsoneJ Mention j Guests at the Hotel Adams are: Roymahd McCune, New York; V. V. Lauder, Boston: M. L. Henoch, Chi cago; F. A. Gallny, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. E. Hutton, West Virginia; Leon Abeles, New York; Ernest Hutton, West Virginia; George A. Kelly, Douglas; William' Buckingham, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Sachs, New Tork;"W. L. DuMoulin, Cana nea, Mex.J Mr. and Mrs. R. W. But terfield, Miss Mary Butterfleld, Grand It II I H 1 1 II I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 MM- ERY Little Soldiers In your blood are the millions of corpuscle that defend you against disease. To make and keep these little soldiers healthy and strong, ia simply to make and keep the blood of the right quality and joantity. This is just what Hood's Saraanarilla does it helps the little soldiers in your Diooa to ngut aisease lor you. It cures scrofula, eczema. erUDtions. catarrh, rheumatism, anemia, nervous ness, ayspepeia, general debility, and builds up the whole system. x Rapids; F. P. Irvine, Prescott; A. Ji. Mackay, W. S. Hutchinson, Wicken- burg; Alfred C. Sieboth, Florence; Lewis A. Dunham, New York; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hile, Philadelphia. At the Ford areV E. L. Jones, Wlckenburg; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Groves, Webster City, Iowa: F. G. Maddox, Prescott; W. E. Bush, Los Angeles; W. A. Hoyt, Los Angeles; John W. Alsop, Los Angeles; Dan P. Hill, Burlington, Iowa; R. B. O'Neill, Tucson; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arm strong, Silverbell; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. T. Oekford, Detroit; Richard W. War ren, El Paso. At the Commercial .arc: J. B. Hoag- land, Los Angeles; B. H. Gray, Pres cott; L. R. Dexvoigne, Ft. Morgan, Col.; S. W. Dougherty, Florence; L. D. Copland, Alhambra, Cal. o You and We (By Alfred Austin.) Alfred Austin, the English poet laureate, in sending the following poem to Hampton's Magazine for March, wrote the accompanying let ter: I trust the enclosed will be what you would like to have from me. It represents the universal feeling In this country and we all believe that it represents the feeling of the best and most influential citizens of your land. I am yours faithfully, ALFRED AUSTIN. I shift my gaze from Old-World shores Unto your younger Land afar; But there, too, furnace flames and roar Forging the thunderbolts of war. Nations stand armed from head to heel The sentries of their work-worn wealth. Lest robber State, with readier steel. Pounce on the precious store by stealth. Nor You nor We would others wrong. ' ' We only claim to hold our own: For this we arm, for this keep strong. Safeguarding Justice on her throne- Be then star-spangled Flag unfurled With Union Jack, resistless twain. Proclaiming to a trembling World. "Peace shall be lord on land and main." In noble aim united thus. " Let all their peaceful lives pursue; And if You wjll but stand by Us. Be sure that We will stand by You1- mum ii Min m 1 1 n un For Safe New 4-room modern cottage, with bath, and 5 acres of land In alfalfa, not far from ci.r line. Price S2350 halt caih. bal ance monthly. Harry C. Thomas f End of Indian car line Phone County 19. i 1 1 1 h ni 1 1 m 1 1 m i m t HI IMIMlinil I'l'll I l Mil. A flna 1(1 Alfa If f onA trnnA T house: rleht ntar inil nrlro 4 ? Also 10 acres; 100 alfalfa. ' J j. n. miw uusiuess property, wen i T unproved; a rine Investment; 4. X close in and rents for about 8 T Jycr i-eni nee j, Monev to loan nt A rwr rant " T '. . -:. on runcn or gooa city prop erly. E. L King & Co. 18 N. 2nd. Ave. ? Illtlll H 1 11 H 11 f H 1 1 i i...t.. POPLINS are the for Suits HAVE YOUR STAMPING DONE HERE Our complete line of perforated patterns for stamping Underwear, Hats, , Belts, Shirt Waists, Pillow Tops, Towel Ends and Towels- Borders, Baby Bonnets, and Collars.' Also several new styles of Initials for mark ing linens, etc. Stamping reasonably priced and done only in the mornings. Interview the young lady who does the work.; MEN'S SOX , . I 25 dozen Men's Black Cotton and Lisle Sox In all sizes; a regular H 35c grade. Special today at. per yard 19 ' Special today at, nnc ( a NEW HAIR ROLLS Continuous, any length "of roll can be cut as de sired; ends easily secured by tying with strong cot ton or thread; the soft wavy- kind at, per yard " 50 and 85d The Butterick Spring Quarterly Style MEN'S Spriiig '09 NOW Full assortment of the newest models that will be worn this coming, spring season. The line includes Patents, Kids and Calf Skins made over many different lasts including "Hec-IIaw," Encore, Max, 'Varsity, Life, and Flip per. .Brown, Tan, Chocolate and Wine Shades, also White and Tan Buck skins. $2.50 to $6.00 you LL DO BETTEH AT" HUH UII MUM r Two Bargains 19 acres finest garden land, level and old water right; 5 acres alfalfa, good two-room house and fenced. Price for short time. $3600. 1C0 acres fine level land on Arizona canal, northeast of city. Price J2000. Z Pago-Hanlen & Co. Z Phone Red 39U. 44 West Adams . St. tHMIIHIIHIUtHIIHIl FOR SALE 89 acres, fenced on three sides, a snap at, per acre. . .$45.00 20 acres best orange land, can get water; per acre 8135.00 40 acres in alfalfa and barley; per acre $150.00 5-room and two screen room house, 2 lots 60xl37H each. for $1800.00 Light housekeeping rooms for rent. COLE BROTHERS Real Estate and Rental Agency. 210 W. Wash. St. Phone Blk. 2681. Nice Little Borne for Yon 4-room cottage, cor ner 12th Ave. and Adams St. $1400. Let me show you this. ; W. IYI. Fickas . 17 N. 1st Ave. ,-H"H"H"M' H' M I H"M"M"M"M FOR SALE. A fine alfalfa ranch with all the machinery and other tools that belong on the ranch. 100 acres in alfalfa; the balance" of the place very good sandy ', land. 4 room house, orchard an all under a good fence. This will make an ideal dairy or sheep ', ranch. This Is for sale because 1 the man is going to sell - it and must sell. For all particulars . see A. R. TAYLOR. 7 W. Adams St. ; H-H---i-H-H-'Ms- THE BEST ALWAYS "RUGBY" HOSE About 25 dozen "Rugby" Hose for boys. They , wear and wear and wear; single or double rib, . sizes 6 to 9V4, standard 25c quality. Special this sale at, per pair 1Q . r sammtm ' ANOTHER SILK SALE This time it's a Messaline Silk in plain colors. 19 Inches-wide. "soft,, lus trous finish; colors pink, light rose, light blue, al(ce, dark rose, grey, dark green, French blue, taupe, .castor and reseda; a regular 50c quality. per yard OE AND BOYS' READY OUTFITTERS TO MEM 1 I I I I I I I I I I H IM II I I I H I I I I A Garden Snap 23 acres of fine garden land, with abundance of water, locat ed adjoining canal, protected from frosts by a bluff 50 feet. Good frame house, and all un der fence. Terms; price per acre $125 10 acres, small house, fenced with Page fence; orange or truck land. Terms. 40 acres, with share of Mesa water, fenced, and under culti vation, 3 miles from Mesa. Prlce $3750 We have a number of 6 and 10 acre tracts, on easy terms. Some lots left In the Vineyard Place. Money to Loan. PomeroyGuthrie Realty Company Oldest Realty Company in City. Mesa, Aria. Box 247. H I I I H I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M- 4 1 1 I H I' HI MIHMMIIIIII IAN ORANGE GROVE 30 acres in the very cream of the belt. 20 acres In trees 12 ' years old. Trees ordered for 6 acres more. Balance in alfalfa. This place will earn more than 25 per cent' on the purchase price. It's a bargain. See us i for price and terms. J i J. L. IRVIN : 11 N. 1st Ave. 1 l 1H I 1 I 1H I 1 1 i I 1 11 1 1 I1 H I For Exchange X 2 blocks of Improved residen- X tial property in Tacoma, Wash., for ytrade for Salt River valley property. For particulars see f R. A. Watkins t With The H. I. Latham Co. 115 N. Center St. H"M"H"M"M"M-M"l"i' H 1 3-H- ECONOMY Linens All Colors 20c GALATEA "Hydegrade." the only genuine Galatea; the best always; figured or plain colors; sold in most stores for 20c. Our price is. yard 15 29 Oxfords 29' SOIESETTE ; No other cloth Just . like It; not' genuine unless stamped fen the edge. Ask to see it; it's fine for waists or suits. We have it today in white, brown and navy, 32 inches wide. The price is, yard 33 Book Now on Sale I If You Hays Weak Longs Announcement IS! fc K years rbanua. cirwa vcart a pnm basjoa V Dbcih war m at 0 . Mitxwl . WHm tonn ol at acra, wmamm and bave become diirenrmged u to recovers reineinher much en be done by special treat ment, when combined with the right climate. It will ewt you nothing to consult Dr. Hibbatvd and if cuiable yon will be told to. If liii urable vou will not be deeelTed. Many a man ia seriously handicapped by some obsti- : 1 ' 1 . I .', tnm 1 -.1 ... r business. Sufferers irom chronic disease of the Throat, LtxngCa. Haart, Stom acK. Hrrmr aw GanitoVrinary organ shuuld at once tee lr. HlLtitl. He offers the best treatment, the newest remedies nil the most rational methods. Thousands of men have become completely and permonently broken down by olajraical wftkntff Such casea can be cured The lanuiy aoctvrs hnwever. ntterlv fails. He lacks experience and concentration of faculties, and cannot ac complish what the trained, educated specialist does. RlnnH Palaaalnal and syphilitie conditione, with all that is destructive to the human system can oe eurea ana wnnuui in jurious drugs. Don't fool with electric belts, inexperienced physicians and sample packages Hours 10-121-a--7. Hibbard building, 26-SS 8. ind A Ten ue. oppositl Court Bonae Flazat H' 1 1 1 w 1 1 i i 1 1 1 i i ; in t AMERICA'S FAMOUS t CIGAR THE CAR 10c AND 2 FOR 25c t SIZES. QUALITY UNEQUALED. E.S.Wakelin GROCERY CO. - DISTRIBUTORS. ll MM UII I 1 MM 1 I 1 I 11 U ..... - WHARTON $ has a full line of Poultry Pow der, for roup and all other chicken ailments. Also carry a line of Liquid Lice Killer. De le Gear's Remedies are the ones T that cure. , MAIN 244. 117 E. JEFFERSON,. MAN Ill 1 1 11 1 1 KHU 11 111 1 II It ; . jj California Wine Co. jj :: Handle only the best. '.' : : Phone us your orders. : :: 19 S. Center St. :i H11 1 M lMMM in. ; im i 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1