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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1909. Gained Nineteen Pounds In Ten Weeks' Time Rapid Development of Texas Boy Due To New Cooper Treatment Parents who have weak, puny, deli cate children Will be Interested In the 6tory of little Arthur Hartmann, Jr.. of Houston, Texas, which was recently brought to public notice. He is the son of A. R. Hartmann, a steam engineer, who formerly lived at 2019 Hutchins, street, Houston, Texas, but has since removed outside the city limits and lives on one of the rural routes. Regarding his little boy's illness and subsequent recovery, Mr. Hartmann says: "My baby boy was sick for two years. He had an attack of in flammation of the stomach and intes tines, and later ' suffered from indi gestion. I consulted several doctors, but they could prescribe nothing in the way of food that would agree with him, and although I spent hun dreds of dollars for drugs, tonics, patent foods, etc., there seemed to be no hope of pulling him through. "I was not a belieer in advertised remedies, especially for children, but when so many doctors had failed to help him. I decided to try . Cooper's New Discovery, which had been high ly recommended by responsible per sons. I make no exaggeration when I say his condition changed for bet ter the very first day we gave him the Cooper medicine, and his rapid improvement was a delight to see. "His bowels were thoroughly cleansed, his appetite increased, he gained strength, and soon began to play and Bhow signs of life and health. We gave him the New Dis covery about ten weeks, by which time he was entirely recovered. He is now three years old and weighs forty, pounds, or, in other words he gained nineteen pounds while taking the Cooper medicine. "We feel deeply grateful for what Cooper's New Discovery has done for our little boy in fact, I do not be lieve he would have been with us now were 1 it not for this splendid medi cine." Cooper's New Discovery is now on sale by all druggists everywhere. ' It is a boon to stomach sufferers. ' A sample bottle sent free upon request by addressing The Cooper Medicine company, Dayton, Ohio. ROAD EXPERT IS TO G. T. Mclntyre of River'de Will Advise Trustees in Regard to the Road Improvements on Central Avenue. Central avenue will shortly be made the finest boulevard in Arizona. Thir ty thousand dollars worth of bonds have been voted for that purpose and now all that remains is to begin the actual work. In order to know just exactly what they are about the board of trustees of the Central avenue road district have invited G. T. Miclntyre of River side, CaL, who is an expert in read making and who has charge of all the road work that has been done of late years in the city of Riverside, to come to Phoenix and give his expert testimony on the best methods to be used in making a model boulevard of Central Avenue. Mr. Mclntyre will probably be in the city for several days next week and will be asked to address the board of trade. The board of trustees, which con sists of George M. Halm, Dwight B. Heard and E. M. Lam son, held a meeting Wednesday and laid plans for the future work on the avenue. In a short while the bonds will be advertised for sale, and, owing to the strong demand for Maricopa county securities, it is probable that they will sell at a premium. Walter Ben nett was retained by the board to draw up the necessary papers for the bond issue. Another piece of business transacted by the board was the pur chase of a 750 gallon sprinkler which will be shipped promptly. The sprinkler is a part of the general plan of the board to keep the avenue in first class shape till the Improve ments are made on it. ' Mr. Heard has Just returned from a trip to California where he made It his special business to examine the roads of the cities which he visited. He was particularly impressed with the roads of Riverside, a city which covers fifty-siic square miles of territory- It was through his efforts that Mr. Mclntyre has been induced to come to Phoenix and tell what he knows about good roads. WE RECOMMEND SEXINE PILLS. It makes no difference what is the cause of one's weakness. If it be a tonic that is needed, Sexine Pills will do more than any other tonic. They are the one tonic that strikes at the bottom of all weakness, the nerve cen ters. They send new vitality bounding through the body, producing a glow and tingle that revive the languid en ergies of youth. Sexine Pills begin by bringing quiet repose to fluttering nerves, and inducing restful and re freshing sleep. Price $1 a box; six box es $5, with full guarantee. Address or call Elvey & Hulett, Druggists, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not substitute. $500 Banmeister Piano Free REDEWILL MUSIC CO. OVER $3000 IN PRIZES $500 Banmeister Piano Free $500 Banmeister Piano Free In consideration of our placing a large order and the large con tracts we have given for the coming year make it possible for us and the manufacturers of whom we purchase pianos to give away many valuable and desirable prizes FREE. 1 BAUMEISTER PIANO 2 TALKING MACHINES 1 GOLD-PLATED CLOCK 1 MANDOLIN 1 VIOLIN 1 GUITAR 1 PAIR ROLLER SKATES 1 BEAUTIFUL DOLL, and 10 BEAUTIFUL ART PICTURES. The ten persons sending the neatest, correct and artistic answers will be given the above prizes. Every person sending a correct an swer will be entitled to share in the distribution of cash-value prizes good on our merchandise in the Piano department, amounting to $100.00 each. All correct answers will receive one beautiful art pic ture. One of the reasons for this offer is that we have been allowed the amount of money (this amount to be used in this contest) that is usually spent by the manufacturers in their general advertising cam paign in magazines and eastern periodicals. We also wish to deter mine the real value of our home newspapers, and we will ask you to use the Desk Number given below, as each newspaper has a dif ferent Desk Number; the number you give will tell us in which paper you have seen this advertisement. Can You 0 solve It? o o o o O Balloon Puzzle Take any number from 3 to 14, inclusive, and place in eight cir cles (or balloons), and one in the center square, so when it is fig ured horizontally or perpendicularly it will make 27. The same num ber cannot be used more than twice. All answers must be mailed or brought into our store by April 24 th, 1909, at 8:30 p.m. Send your solution on this or a separate sheet, but do not use more than one sheet of paper. Write your name and address plainly. Every person Bonding an answer will be notified by mall. The Judges will be repre sentatives of the paper; their decisions will be final. Be sure you ad dress Desk No. 3. - - ' $500 Banmeister Piano Free REDEWILL MUSIC COMPANY W. Washington St. Near the Theaters. $500 Baumeister Piano Free NO SUNDAY V COCKTAILS Ordinance Prohibits Sunday Sale of Liquor by Clubs FAVORED BY THE MAYOR Hereafter the Thirsty Man Will Have to Be His Own Bar Keep "Locker" Sys tem May Be Installed In Some Clubs. Hereafter the social clubs of the city are prohibited from dispensing liquor on Sundays. An ordinance that has been hanging like a storm-cloud over the city of Phoenix for the past three months was expeditiously passed at a meeting of the city council last night. It provides that it shall be unlaw ful for any association or organization to dispense liquor between the hours of 12 o'clock Saturday night till the same hour Sunday night. If the ordi nance is enforced, as most of those now on the books are. Phoenix will have to do without her Sunday morning cocktail and Sunday evening highball. The thirsty man who has been driven from the saloon to the social organiza tion on Sundays for his julep or rickey will have to become his own bartender, and, with the handy "Barkeepers' Guide" between his knees, may mix Ills' own rickeys and juleps on the back porch. It Is possible that the clubs will re sort to an expedient much in vogue in cities where laws tending to curb hu man appetities are enforced the scheme, which is more or less unsatis factory, of providing lockers for the club members In which liquid joy may be- kept on ice in quart bottles, each bottle having the owner's name on It. This system, however, has its disad vantages. It is unsociable and appar ently selfish; for, according to the or dinance, a man may not offer his neighbor a drink out of his bottle, even though his neighbor's tongue is hang ing out. The ordinance was Introduced by Councilman Yeager. and carried unani mously. Councilman Campbell was absent. The ordinance is said to be particularly favored by the mayor and introduced at his request. The only other business transacted by the council was the canvas of Xhe returns of the franchise elections. The results were the same as previously published. The text of the liquor ordi nance follows: "An Ordinance Prohibiting any Asso ciation or Organization, Whether Formed for Social, Business or Other Purposes, from Selling, Giving Away or Otherwise Disposing of Intoxicat ing Liquors on Sunday. "The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: "Section 1. It shall be "unlawful for any association or organization, either incorporated or unincorporated, wheth er formed for social, business or other purposes, to sell, give away or other wise dispose of, to any person, within the corporate limits of the city of Phoenix, any intoxicating liquor of any kind whatsoever, between the hours of 12 o'clock Saturday night and 12 o'clock Sunday night of the following day. "Sec. 2. It shall be unlawful for any association or organization, either incorporated or unincorporated, wheth er formed for social, business or other purposes, to suffer or permit any per son to sell, give away or otherwise dispose of to any person, in any room, apartment or enclosure used or occu pied by it or them, within the corpo rate limits of the city of Phoenix, any Intoxicating liquor of any kind what soever, between the hours of 12 o'clock Saturday night and 12 o'clock Sunday night of the following day. "Sec. 3. It shall be unlawful for any officer, member, or other person hav ing charge, management or control, permanently or temporarily, or at all, of any room, apartment, enclosure or other place occupied or used by any association or organization, either in corporated1 or unincorporated, whether formed for social, business or other purposes, within the corporate limits of the city of Phoenix, to sell, give away or dispose of to any person any Intoxicating liquor of any kind what soever, between the hours of 12 o'clock Saturday night and 12 o'clock Sunday night of the following day. "Sec. 4. Any association or organ ization, or any officer, -member or oth er person violating any of the provi sions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor, and upon con viction thereof, be fined In a sum not less than fifty ($50.00) dollars nor more than three hundred1 (J300.00) dollars, or by Imprisonment in the city Jail not less than fifty (50) nor more than three hundred (300) days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. "Sec 5. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with, the provi sions of this ordinance are hereby re pealed. "Sec. 6. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication, as required by law." . . o Go to the Alaska Fair Free. Mc Kee's Cash Store. All of the oK$,;4nlssion Curio stock must be sold before the 1st Great bar gains on 5c. and 10c. counter. POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS, 1c EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS, 15c. EACH. AT THE IG CURIO, ON ADAMS ST. 11 Special Notice; The unprecedented success of this great sale found us unable, at first, during some of the heaviest buying, to wait on all customers as promptly as desired." We are now pre pared, however, to serve patrons as fast as they come, and you can select a suit today without unnecessary delay in waiting for a salesman. We continue the sale of our entire purchase of Spring and Summer Men's Suits in the famous Hart, Shaffner & Marx Ba.utii fully Haimd Tmloired QBoth AT 25 Doscouimt The unusual feature of this sale is that you do not select from a picked over stock at the end of a season, but have the first choice of all the new and snappy styles in hundreds of ex clsuive patterns, just as they come from the packing cases.. .The entire offering at this sale is a new sea son's purchase intended for the dis criminating patronage of The Hub. Men, particular in the matter of dress, have never before, in Phoenix, had the opportunity of buying new and fashionable apparel from a prac tically untouched stock, at such prices as we now offer... Even if you have just bought a suit it will pay you to select another, at these prices, from the cream of the new season's show ing. Every garment hand tailored all wool or silk and wool and fully guaranteed. $37.50 Suits. Finest London smoked silk twisted w-orsteds in plain grounds and lavendei C ) O C hair line stripes; very distinctive DuO I J $35.00 Suits. Finest imported serge and worsteds in soft finish; fancy blues and blacks, )fi OFT grays, olive browns, military tans, etc. v-Ut3 $30.00 Suits. Pure wool in English and Scotch cloths and cassimeres silk lined and half lined perfect style and tailoring in strikingly new plain and mixed patterns- and all t ) ) CT f shades ; n) Cm J U $25.00 Suits. Finest quality silk and wool in Lon don smoked gray; black and white orC f O 7C new yucca tan shades; many novelties v I U I J $20.00 Suits. Pure wool, soft handling worsteds. New tan, brown and olive, interwoven with two tone stripes; grays, blues and $ 5 0 0 $18.50 Suits. Fine cassimeres and worsteds, all silk sewed seams; beautiful soft' grays, blues, blacks, i tans, half tone greens and striped pat- C 1 i QC terns; strictly hand tailored I JU J rmrtISttmTirr The Smart Clothes Shop 18-20 West Washington St. Dun lap Hats Manhattan Shirts Stetson Shoes Crump pays 22c. cash for eggs.