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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1909.
SALT RIVER VALLEY NEWS ONLY 5 MORE DAYS nn 4. a i (Continued from Pagevl.) spent Tuesday with Mrs. Clyde Evans. Mrs. Karer of Buckeye, is visiting a few days with Mrs. P. E. Moore. Mrs. M:iry Brown attended an "at home" in Phoenix, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Charlie Rice spent Wednesday with Mrs. V. T. Miller. The seventh grade entertained the c-ighth grade at the school house Fri day evening. A good time was en joyed by all. School will close next Friday with a picnic at Eastlake park. The program will be given Thursday evening at eight o'clock. The school house doors will not be opened until 7:45. Mrs. D. W. Millard died rather sud denly at her home east of the Indian school, Thursd.ay night. For some time she has had blood poisoning in her face, and only returned from the hos pital a few days ago. Mrs. M. E. Buck has been visiting in Tempe with her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Chase, for a few days. Two young men who have made their homes in our district during the last winter have joined the Benedicts this month. The first is Mr. Leard. He was married in Kansas City. Last winter he resided in one of Mrs. Law rence's cottages. Mr. and Mrs. Leard will reside in Phoenix. Last Wednesday, Mr. William Cole man Rogers was married to Miss Em ma Stoffel. Mr. Rogers purchased an interest in an orange grove northeast of the city last fall. Mrs. Tom Smith is confined to the house miost of the time. For a period of more than a year she has been fail ing Her mother, Mrs. Ellingson, is with her. Mrs. Vaughn is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Eugene Brady O'Neill went to town Friday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Fields of Buckeye was around greeting old friends Thursday. Mr. Whittor. and Mr. Brown attend ed the auction sale in Tempe, Thurs day. The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. Hicks is quite ill. hmii-h-iiii'M 1 1 nr it i ! v 2 RURAL ROUTE NO. 3. "I 11 II M I I I I II I 1 1 1 1 M H H The country people are beginning to realize that summer is here at last. From the alfalfa fields comes the sweet scent of new mown hay and from the roads the dust raises in clouds when disturbed by the pas sing swains. Raymond Percy spent last Saturday morning hauling several cords of stove wood from the field up to the house stacking it in a neat pile. S. S. Green was a business visitor in the city last Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Graft is kept busy pick ing and marketing strawberries now days,- Mrs. J. T. Campbell and children visited at J. H. Hansfords Saturday. E. A. Cartwright and E. C. Mann stopped for " a short call on T. A. Mann, on their way to town last Sat urday. Harry Fritchie and Guy Sheets drove to town Saturday on a hay rack and leading a mower, which needed repairing. Mr. and Mrs. R:JH..- Graham of Isaac attended conference at Cart wright Saturday. Mrs. W. R. Iiratton is spending a couple of months in California visiting with her father D. A. Williams, who resides at Fowler, Cal. Mrs. Asa Graham wont by and got j Mrs. Sheets Saturday morning, and both spent the day at Cartwright church. .. . J. W. Coverdale, the Page ffnee man visited at W. T. Barkley's Sat urday afternoon. Sam Barrett liked the new gravel ed road so much that he thought a little gravel would he!p his driveway and walks, so he put it on. It helps the appearance of the yard very much. Wm. Lossing spf-nt the latter part of last week working with his bees at Buckeve returning Satur'lav evenine. i Geo. Acuff took supper at Wm. Grafts' Sunday evening. Rev. P. D. Gardner has finished the roof of his addition to the par sonage and has the floor down. He returned the surplus shingles Monday, several bunches in all. Mrs. Fannie Hanly made an early trip to town Monday morning getting there about 9 o'clock. Mrs. C. E. Stewart of Independence ! viFited at A. C. Gaylord's Monday. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Andrews of by the pastor. Epworth League devo New York left the Dunlap ranch ! tional service at 7 p.m., subject of les Monday where they have been visit- ; son, "The Frontier." Acts 1:6-9 and Woman's Tonic When you're tired and nervous, worn out and veak, you need a good tonic. You need a strength-giving, invigorating medicine. Naturally, you vant something of knovn merit a standard preparatloa Try Cardul, the popular medicine for women. This preparation has been successfully used,by thousands of women, for more than half a century. Letters come to us daily, telKng of the benefit and relief Cardul has given. These letters recommend Cardul for headache, dizziness, fainting, pains in the side or limbs, and for all those troubles H from whlch onh women suffer. :T" r. 'V WM.U.WUJ. .... Ill .,. II II jr. , nam. ,i mm n Mini mum - tihim -Mil iiimwiihhiiww iii, , ' G m J - "-v mm in nr- wwm m" ing a couple of weeks, for the city prior to returning to New York City. Mrs. P. L. Pinkerton took dinner at Mrs. Graft's Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Henry visited Phoenix Wednesday. Mrs. Pulsifer was able to be about again Wednesday for the first time since her accident a week ago "Sun day. She and her two little boys were driving the old gay driving horse along the canal at Alhambra near the car track when he became frightened and ran. In turning across the bridge he threw Mrs. Pulsifer and the boys out into the canal, breaking the smallest boy's collar bone and bruising them all up se verely. Mr. Minchin has been run ning the store the past week, as Mr. Pulsifer is still at the gold strike. Mrs. Lela Pendergast and Miss Alva Dean drove into town, Wednes day morning. Miss Dean and her folk are here from Texas and are staying at G. H. Perry's at present. Jacob Snyder cut his crop of grain hay and stacked it this week. J, H. Ashly, assisted by Mr. Beck, was hauling grain hay to market the first part of the week. The Good Templars held their reg ular meeting Tuesday evening at Cartwright and initiated four new members, Chris Sheets, Nellie and Viola Hawkins and Mr. Tompkins. After this evening there will be no more literary meetings, so the lodge will meet Saturdays instead of Tues day evenings. Sam Barret hauled loose hay to town Tuesday. Wm. Fredericks made a trip to town Tuesday morning and brought home some lumber. II. M. Welborn drov a bunch of beef steers to the stockyard Tues day night and stayed in town all night, weighing out the cattle Wed nesday morning. Mr. Wellborn also looked at a bunch of range cattle from the Verde with intention of buying. Mrs. Glossbrenner spent Wednesday in Phoenix, shopping J. M. Harmon sold seven ostriches to J. B. Lossing of Westminister, Cal. Mr. Lossing is a brother of Wm. Los sing, the bee "man," and spent a month here' during the winter. James Pendergast took them t3 the d?pot Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle were in town Wednesday. There will be an ice cream social at Cartwright school house next Wednesday, April 28. All are invited. Mrs. G. F. Hughes drove into town Thursday. Chas. Pendergast. road overseer In district No. 2, broke his plow point Wednesday but luckiiy was not com pelled to quit work, as he had all the plowing dono and so went to work grading. W. H. Wilkey, assisted by John Crosby, drove a couple of broncos into Alhambra Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. McClure drove home in a new two seated rig Thursday hading their buggy. Mr. McClure had to add another seat to enable him to accommodate his grow ing family. D. H. Gcaham gave possession of his place to Mr. Sapp, Wednesday and is staying at L. D. Nichols at the present time. He expects to move further west in a short time on the Buckeye road. M. M. Whitlow certainly has a nice stack of hay and first class for the first cutting too. Miss Effie Whitlow was shopping in the city Thursday afternoon. Joel Nofzinger, one of the most prosperous farmers in the west end of the valley, has sold his 160 acre ranch to a Mr. Stewart. Mr. Nof zinger has the ranch in fine shape, having seeded a large part of it to alfalfa last fall. Mr. Nofzinger does not intend to leave the valley, but will move over into the Creighton district where most of the Ohio settlers bought ranches. J. E. Kanton was in town shopping at the Boston store yesterday after noon. Lin Orme and wife spent Friday in the city, shopping. Jesse Eyer, substituted carrier on ur route, carried the mail yester day in Lyman La Tourrette's place, as he had some business to attend to in town. Mrs. J. M. Burns and daughter, Bertha, were in town shopping yes terday. CARTWRIGHT. Church services, Sunday the 25th: Sundav school at 9:45 a.m., lesson. "The Gosnel in Antioch." Acts 11:19- 0 and 12:25. Preaching at 11 a.m.. It Ob Gal. 2:9-10. (For Home Mission so ciety) leader. Miss Mary Doyle. Preaching at 8 p.m., by the pastor. Mid-week prayer meeting and Bible study Wednesday evening. Vocal mu sic class, Thursday night, conducted by Rev.. Forman, of Bethel charge. Tere will be an entertainment at Cartwright on the evening of the 7th of Mry, to which the public is invited. Miss White, an elocutionist, from Phoenix, will furnish the bulk of the entertainment. Miss White gave a very satisfactory one here twj years ago. Admission fee will be, adults 25 cents and children 15 cents. The pro ceeds will go to help pay for the new organ in the church. Friday, May the 7th, at 8 p.m. On Wednesday night, April 2Sth, at the Good Templars' hall, there will be an ice cream supper the proceeds of which will be used to further advance the Good Templars work at Cart wright. A program will be rendered. Every one is invited to come and en Joy a social evening and a dish of Don ofrio's ice cream. Wednesday, April 28th, at 8 p.m. The closing sen-ice of district con ference Sunday night was an excellent one. A love feast followed by a wit ness meeting, conducted by Brother Hively, of Nogales, in which an out pouring of the holy spirit was mani fester, after which Dr. Howell, presid ing elder of Los Angeles district. preached to a large and attentive con gregation. His text was found in the third chapter of Philippians, "Breth ren I count not myself to have appre hended: But this one thing I do, for getting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." Paul's pro gram of life, "Inclusive" and "exclu sive." Including all that God loves and excluding all that God hates. First, "I have not yet apprehended" this denotes progress. We must reach forth go forward. The first means of reaping grain was probably the plucking of the heads of wheat with the naked hand, next a short blade was used, then a cycle, later a cradle, then the mowing machine, binder and so on until now In California they cut. bind thrash and sack the grain with one machine. "Haven't yet attained." Have a def inite purpose in life. God requires the best in man. To carry out Paul's pro gram of life we must forget the past. How we cling to the hurtful things of the past! "Teach me to forget the past." No man Is called to regulate his life by the mistakes of the past. Conversion won't suffice for the In consistency of today. Forgetting the past we must reach forth or die. The enemy is advancing. Church of the living God we must advance. The devil crushes our courage. Listen only to the orders that say advance. These are a few sentences extracted from the sermon. Friday ' afternoon's session of district conference was the Wo man's Home and Foreign Mission re port, for the district. The home mis sion program was as foUows: Song "The King's Business." Prayer by Dr. R. P. Howell of Los Anseles. followed by reading and ex planation of 12fith psalm. Song "Higher Grounds." Short prayer by Mrs. Collier, district secretary. Mrs. E. Irvine was elected to act as secretary of the meeting. Welcome address by Mrs. J. A. Vin son. Response to welcome, by Miss Mc Clain. of Tempe. Report of district secretary for year ending March 30, 1909, by Mrs. Coiller. Solo "The Gates of Heaven Are Wide," Mrs Burley. Reports of auxiliaries, as follows: Phoenix. Miss Ha!!. Cartwright, Mrs. Riggins. Bethel. Mrs. C. E. Tannehill. Tempe, Miss Adams. Prescott. report read by Mrs. Collier, added to by a verbal report by Rev. Mr. Kagle. Nogales. report given by presiding elder, Brother Crutchfield, added to by extracts from quarterly reports from that place by the district secreary. Mrs. Collier. Safford, reported by Brother Crutch field. Talk on "Home Mission Work," by Brother Nelson. Explanation of home mission tree. Report of auditors. Paper, "Do You Know," by Mrs. E. Irvine, treating of what has happened during the twe-nty-two years of home mission work, by the society. Followed by report of foreign mis sion report. Program not given. The; visitors at district conference were located as follows:- ...'nil Ai fg. - .viJ Hand Note this letter from Mrs. R. C. Berry, 124 N. Borke St., Kansas City, Kans. She writes : "I am more than pleased with the results obtained from CarduL I have taken 5 bottles and am In much better health than ever before. I was troubled with female disorders and suffered so much that I could not be left abne. I found relief in Cardul and keep it In the house all the Ume." Cardul Is a purely vegetable preparation, scientifically prepared and consisting only of harm less Ingredients. It's a safe, reliable medicine. Try Cardui. It's the tonic you need. 1 For sale at all I ONLY I 5 MORE I DAYS GET EASIER TERMS WERE NEVER OFFERED THAN WITH SECTION "20" Opportunity comes to some of us but once to many several times to most of us it not only comes but knocks at our door not only knocks but pounds with a sledge hammer and then lays for us 'round the corner with a club. Lots of us grasp our opportunities many of us wait for the last chance and then often times are too busy to take notice. Are you going to grasp your last opportunity of buying land on Section "20" at $180 an acre, and get with it a crop of beets that will cut the price of the land down to $100 per acre? DO YOU KNOW? DO YOU REALIZE? 1 Do you know that land on Section "20" only 2'2 miles from the great Glendale Sugar Beet Factory, raises the finest beets in the world, excelling either Colorado or Michigan beet sugar land? Do you know that land here will average from 20 to 25 tons to the acre or, at the present price, over $95 worth of sugar beets this year? What will this bring you per annum on your investment per acre? Experts say that beet sugar land in the Salt River Valley leads the world. 127 X. Center St. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Crutchfield with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brooks. . Rev. Mr. Nagle of Prescott, Rev. Mr. Acuff, Rev. Mr. Nelson, , evangelist. Rev. R. P. Howell of L03 Angeles at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vin son. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.. D. Rousseau were Rev. Mr. Crutchfield, of Solomonville, Rev. Mr. McElrath, of Wilcox. 8. M. Cheek of Tempe was enter tained bv Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Shiflet. Rev. Mrs. Burley of Safford was cared for at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Root. Mr. and Mrs. Howard kept Rev R. C. Douglas, of Phoenix and Rev. Hiv ely of San Simon valley. Mrs. Lusk of Apache stopped with Mrs. Charles Cartwright. Mr. Wheeler of Tempe made his home while here with Mr. and Mrs. T. Bone. Most of the delegates from the near by churches spent the nights at their respective homes, and (Tinner was fur nished at the church grounds. The Bethel representatives were Rev. Mr. Foreman, W. C. Hedgpeth, W. L. Teel, Mrs. G. L. Smith, Mrs. W. L. Teel, Mrs. Cage, Sr., and Mrs. C. E. Tan nehill. Phoenix delegates. Rev. Mr. Doug las, Dr. Hughes, Tom Eaton, J. A. R. Irvine. Mrs. Sparr, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Cliff McKee, Mrs. Greer, Mrs. Collier, Mrs. J. A. R. Irvine, Mrs. Dr. Hughes, Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. E. Irvine. Tempe, Mrs. McClain, Miss Adams, Rev. Mr. Cheek, Mr. eSars and Mr. Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Cage and daughters, Olive and Elf ie, of Wilson district, at tended church at Cartwright. Sunday, and were guests at dinner of rfvir. and Mrs. Slioets. In the afternoon they drove down for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. r.ob Logue, before returning home In the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett entertained a few friends at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Graham and daughter. Miss Ora Clay. Mrs. James Graham and Mrs. Bright of Phoenix were among the guests. Bob Logue began cutting his first crop of hay Monday which he has con tracted to the Phoenix Flour Mills. Hughie Bone spent Saturday after noon the guest of Hazel Tompkins. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fitzhugh left Tuesday morning for a week's visit in druggists. -'- i i i urn I 1 ONLY 5 MORE DAYS T0 . 5 KM i SECTION $180 AN ACRE AT- A V. DO IT TODAY THERE MAY NEVER BE A TOMORROW GREENE & GRIFFIN REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENT COMPANY H-H-fr 1 1 1 1 1 'H-H-fr 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 I INSURE YOUR BAGGAGE against loss of any kind while on your summer trip. The cost is small; the protection large. rftr Voir f rw hwt t 9 W. Adams St. TO LATE TO CLASSIFY. LOST Between Eastlake park and city hall, brown plush coat and pair of white silk mitts. Leave property or information at Republican office, or notify Mrs. A. L. Bump, Glendale. the Buckeye country. Mrs. Fitzhugh at one time lived in Buckeye. Mrs. Kohl of Isaac called on Mrs. Bob Logue. Monday. Miss Delia Asher spent Sunday with Miss Carrie Kile. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mann and son, spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cartwright. Mrs. Wall visited Mrs. J. G. Brooks, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Bob Logue entertained her mther, Mrs. Sheets, also Mrs. Rob erts and daughter, Thursday.. Mrs. J. G. Brooks spent Thursday visiting with Mrs. Charles Cartwright. L. D. Rousseau is serving on the grand Jury this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Graham expect to move to Mrs. Nichols' homestead near Meridian, as soon as they can get a house built. A. G. Smoot bought ( seven milch cows from Mr. Stewart on the R. O. Green ranch. Mrs. C. C. Green Is reported to be seriously ill, they having called a sec ond physician in consultation. Mrs. L. D. Rousseau attended the funeral of Mrs. Wilson in PhoeBix, Wednesday morning. Mrs. Bone and Mrs. C. T. Root call ed to see Mrs. Green who is ill .on Thursday. " . . i The Good Templars added four new names to their roll of membership Tuesday night, namely, Chrisa Sheets. Philip Tompkinson, and the Misses Aellie and Viola Hawkins. R- O. Green of Phoenix has sold his ranch here to a Cherokee Indian for $40,000. The ranch contains 320 acres and is one of the oldest ranches in the valley, having been the home of Mr. Green for many years. Within he last few years Mr. Green has made his home in Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis who came' here last fall from Mineral Wflls, I Tex., and have for some :tlme been working for Dave Smith, left Thursday I nTght for their former home In Texas. ' Mrs. Lewis and son will go straight on 1 through, while Mr. Lewis expects to ' stop off for a few months' visit with his brother in New Mexico. Jack Miller who has been in the em ploy of J. F. Doyle, left a few days ago for a trip to Roosevelt,. After he makes this trip he expects to go to the mining district near Bouse. Mrs. P. D. Gardner called on Mrs. C. V. Gully, Thursday. W. D. List, who is cook at the Pendergast road camp, near Henry Welborn's ranch wishes to thank the mall carrier on route No. 3 for the compliment paid his cooking in last week's valley news. But he will mention again as he did at the time, the dan ger of over-eating. Mr. List suggests ' as a safeguard from such attacks of cramps after eating, that said mail carrier would do well to eat his ' "breakfast" mornings, so that his ap,- ! petite will not run riot when he does happen upon something good to eat. Mr. List knowing what a growing ONLY tf; ,20 MORE LJ Do you realize that land on Section "20" is the most pro ductive land in the world? That now with a certain, abun dant supply of water, it will double and square itself in value inside of five years? Do you realize that the outside investor is commencing to see what land in the Salt River Valley Section "20" really is, and that the first fellow on the ground is going to be the fellow who is going to be not only inde pendent but wealthy from his early investment? WW 1 1 T'l 8 Mill I'l lil 1 1 1 i I- FOR SALE A fine business income property. Low price, good terms and low Interest if wanted. Also many city, ranch and orange lands. FOR RENT A fine store room in business center. Furnished and unfurn ished houses and rooms. . L King & Co. 18 N. 2nd Ave. Place for Investment Bargains. 11 I 11 1 I MUll H II, m .Mil Arizona-Bouse Copper . AT BOUSE, ARIZ. Whether you are a mining man or not, judge for yourself you can see it. ' It's copper and dis played in the old Rawhide mining bucket in our window. Stock Is Now 50 Cents. Avail yourself of the opportunity of buying be fore another advance. "IT'S THE SOIL." Southwestern Realty Co. Successors to Taylor-Berryman Co. Next to Postoffice. Phone Main 2S0. IIIITl-BIWIIMIIIM IIIBI Mill I 111 Ill I 11111111 I The Salome Hillside I Gold lining Co. Get in on the We have I NOW jP The Southwestern Realty Go Successors to Taylor-Berryman & Co.' Phone Main 280. Next Door to Postoffice. TTC TUT' OrtTT Phone Main 65. M I i I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I 9 You want to see this If you are in the market to buy. 2S acres all grain. This Is per acre. in alfalfa and a bargain. $150 10 acres of very best orange land in cultivation, old water right Price only 12200. See Page-HanJen & Co. 43 West Adams St. PHONE RED 3911. 4 I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Basement Floor the Stocks. boy s appetite is, pays this in all kindness. (Continued on page !.