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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1909.
jy Hqyai Baking Powder Absolutely Tart The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes Royal Baking Powder convey to food the most healthful of fruit properties and renders it superior in flavor and wholesomeness. 1 i $ PERSONAL MENTION Ai the Hotel Adams: M. S. Stern and wife, C hicago, M. . Stein, Chi cagu; J. F. Stokes, Chicago: Harry F. Hull, N'eiv York, J. A. Beard anJ wife, city; Geo. S. Koyl, Kansas City: AVm. .F. Spring, Santa Fe; B. A. Mace. Chicago: G. F. Woodward, SL Louis: F. W. Agee, New York; Charley McArthur, Chicago; F. Sten ger. Salt Lake City; C. A. Mead, Los Angeles; W. Forkee, Chicago: W. F. McConnac-k, San Francisco: H. F. Woods, Los Angeles: Geo. W. Kemp, L Angeles; Emmons Blaine, Chi cago. C. D. Woods, San Francisco; Mr. Farmer and wife, V. S. F. S. At the Ford: Chas. H. Morrow. Boston: E. E. Whiting. Chicago; K. L. Babcock, Tucson, E. E. Morris, Colorado Springs; J. M. W. Moore, Prescott; Ed. Ware, Chicago; Ed. Farr, Albuquerque: Walter O'Brien. Albuquerque; C. W. Clement, Los Angeles; J. S. Peterson, Mesa; Mrs. C. C. Speed, Peoria, 111.; C. H. Dum rich, Roosevelt; Miss Young. Chicago. At the Commercial: W. J. Schurz, Santa Fe; B. Haskett, Mesa; John Martin, Bisbee; Frank Hoctor and wife. Flagstaff; S. Houghborough, J. G. Simpson, St. Louis; J. C. Zim merman, New York; J. X. Burson, Sacaton; C. X. Meeden, Yuma; C. P. Ford. Vicksburg; Mrs. AS'. E. Steele, Prescott: Frank Brown, jr., Gallup, X. M.: R. H. Blome, Tempe: Chas. McXeely, M. C. Moore, Kelvin; C. B. Houck, Winslow. o WHY DONT YOU TRY? Why don't you try to be happy? That is, if you are weak and nervous, why don't you try Sexine Pills? They are the best tonic in the world, simply because they are the best for any form jf nerve weakness in men and women. Price Jl a box: six boxes $5. with full guarantee. Address or call Elvey & Hulett, where thev sell all the princi pal remedies and do not substitute. GOAT DOESN'T WIT BILL BOARD REMOVED Resolution Adopted by the Woman's Club in Regard to the Clearing Up of a Vacant Lot is the Subject of Caustic Remarks by the Goat That Lives on it. Big strawberry sale; McKee's, Saturday. 3 boxes, 2jC. North German Lloyd Large, Fast and Luxurious Tm in-Scretr Express and Passenger S:eamsbips Egsippcd wltti Wireless sod Sobsuriac Slpiab I To ENGLAND and the CONTINENT PATTEN A FUGITIVE FROM THE TICKER The Late Bull Leader Penetrates fur ther Into New Mexican Wilds. Tr-..S-rw Siili - PLVnuMK.fJULUULlU.. liKKMEX P Krfif: -W- Cffii.c ' Kr-nf nri ui.eim "-x "n"t-sriw ( rr a it- y to PM .! TJ2. S l.i;Ot U4-, H&KMEJ H.e.r.f W as hi i.ift on (nw) "Or'sscr Kurtucrvt" "Print Fr..ri;a W lihclm 'Rarlri-isa' "f fiejfi.-h derOtoss:' "Bremen" M?-,; n-a;i S:';ht ?iTTf-irs j? (rt a ) to Ki.entmn unsc " "K.oeatj Albert JVcuff rt c hecks gvod Ml ttcr tkt world Appl? OELRICHS & CO., General Axeots 5 brwdvay, lie York, m any Loral Agent Trinidad. Colo.. April 23. Not sat isfied with putting a twenty-five strip of desert between himself and the sounnd of the ticker and the telegraph instrument. James A. Patten, the bull leader of the wheat pit, deserted the i home ranch at Vermijo Park, N. M.. today, and placed an additional fifteen miles between himself and the tele phone that forms the sole means of communication .between the ranch and the outside world. Mr. Patten has established head quarters in a lonely cabin fifteen miles j from the home ranch and will sepnd i several days In the hHls. According . to IT. W. Adams, a business associate, I Patten made no statement regarding j his attitude toward the market and has reiterated his refusal to do so. n i.i' i-hiitfiwa $500 Baumeister Piano Free REDEWILL MUSIC CO. OVER $3000 IN PRIZES $500 Baumeister Piano Free $500 Baumeister 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 EAUMEISTER 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 Iosk 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 Solve It? on o o O O Balloon O Puzzle O The resolution passed by the Wom an's club asking the Elks to remove the debris from the lot owned by them at the corner of Second avenue and Adams street, has been for warded to the secretary of the lodge. The lot is ornamented with a huge sign board and decorated with a goat. It seems that, though the goat was mentioned at the meeting1 of the Woman's club, his advice on the subject of clearing the lot was not solicited. As a matter of simple jus tice to the goat, whose name is "Bill," he was interviewed yesterday by a Republican reporter. Bill was found to be a bit peevish and somewhat reticent about giving his opinion. In response to a num ber of questions he replied in a se quence of "Bans," each "Bah" being more emphatic and scornful than the previous one. "Now listen, whiskers," said the reporter, "have some goat sense and tell me tvhat you think about this action of the Woman's club." Bill then scratched his left ear with his right hind leg and said In a hoarse whisper: "This is between man and goat and not for publica tion but if you don't publish it I'll give it to the evening contemporary. I live a dog's life and get my fod der where I can find it, and it isn't handed out to me in a new to bacco bucket with brass rings around it. No, sir, I've got to rustle for provender or watch my shadow dwindle till the sun begins to perco late through my ribs and leaves white streaks in the shadow. "Take u look for yourself around the yard. Over in the corner is an oleander tree. I dined off the lower branches and got the cholera. It would have killed anything but a goat. "Next to that is a pomegranite tree. In spite of the fact that the thorns catch in my whiskers, I've eaten all of it I could reach. Over in the corner is a pile of rubbish, tin cans, spikes, bolts and a keg of nails. It is a general superstition that goats enjoy that sort of proven der, but it is an error. I don't en joy eating tin cans any more than you do hard tack. An iron file will of course whet one's appetite, but it won't satisfy it, and I don't care if the Woman's club has all that pile of structural steel removed. I have but one objection to the action Viken by the Woman's club and that is they want to remove the bill board, which is my sole means of sub sistence. "I have dined on that bill board all winter and Mr. Wheelock has been exceptionally kind in chunging the bills often. Sometimes he uses a certain pink taste that would al most make a glutton of one. It is extremely esculent and delicious. Last week I at3 a chorus girl, begin ning at her pink slippers and tearing the rest . of her off in strips. The week before, while the e'reus was here I dined on giraffes and ele phants and the week bef3re that, I at an entire troupe of cdored min :;tiels and enjoyed hugely, the gamey flavor. If anybody tries to remove that bill board I will kick, him with my head. If Mrs. Tafel had a pet soat of her own I know she would provide him wiln a bill board to browse on. Of course th r; are two' bides to every question, but where a goat is concerned there is always u but." Crump pays 22,4c. cash for eggs. THE NEW ARIZONA MAGAZINE. The "Border", can be found at the Post Office News Store. Identified by the cow-puncher on the cover. See our south window. Good short stories of Western life. 10c. By mail, 12c. o Big strawberry sale; 3 boxes, 25c. McKee's, Saturday. All of the old mission Curio stock must be sold before the 1st. Great bar gains on 5c. and 10c. counter. o POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS, 1c EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS. 15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON ADAMS ST. o Crump pays 22Vic. cash for eggs. Three boxes of strawberries, 25c. McKee's, Saturday. 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 24th, 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 sending an answer will be notified by mail. The judges will be repre sentatives of the paiK-r; their decisions will be final. Be sure you ad dress Desk No. 3. $500 1 Baumeister Piano Free REDEWILL MUSIC COMPANY W. Washington St. Near the Theaters. $500 Baumeister; Piano Free CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Phoenix, Ariz., March 6, 1908. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Mack M. Acuff, contestant, against Homestead Entry' No. 462 (Ser. 02476), made October 19, 1906, for the NE SWVi. the EV4 SE and NWH SE14, Section 29, Township IN, Range IE, G. & S. R. Base and Meridian, by Catherine Thompson, de ceased. Contestee, in which It alleged that said Catherine Thompson aban doned . said homestead for more than six months prior to her death. That the heirs are non-resident and un known; that said heirs, if any, have never , maintained Improvements or cultivated the land since death of en try woman; that entrywoman, prior to her death, never made the land her home or cultivated the same. Entry woman died about the latter part of April, 1908. Said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a.m., on May 11, 1909, before the Reg ister and Receiver at the United States Land Office In Phoenix, Ariz. The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed February 27, 1S09, set forth facts which shows that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not be made. It Is here by ordered and directed that such no tice be given by due and proper publi cation. , CHAS. E. ARNOLD, Receiver. TIP) Q"t3fk If I Mf-fifgy rlie unprecedented success of this great sale KZfJKslULS iVUliV?. fomid ug unable at first during SoW 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 BeautS fully Haimd Tailored Clothe AT- The unusual feature of this sale is that you do not select from a picked 1 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 worsteds in plain grounds and lavendei C ) O I FT hair line stripes; very distinctive. . . . . . I J $35.00 Suits. Finest imported serge and worsteds in soft finish; fancy blues and blacks, SJ9f grays, olive browns, military tans, etc. VtaUiU J $30.00 Suits. Pure wool in English and Scotch cloths and cassimcres silk lined and half lined perfect style and tailoring in strikingly new, plain and mixed patterns and all ) ) C 11 shades LLmJi) $25.00 Suits. Finest quality silk and wool in Lon don smoked gray; black and white or C I O 7 CJ new yucca tan shades; many novelties v U I J $20.00 Suits. Pure wool, soft handling worsteds. New tan, brown and olive, interwoven with two tone stripes; gravs, blues and 100 blacks t $ I J-UU $18.50 Suits. Fine cassimeres and worsteds, all silk sewed seams; beautiful soft grays, blues, blacks, tans, half tone greens and striped pat- C I 2 Q fT terns; strictly hand tailored J)IJUJ vll, Sir E Ul The Smart Clothes Shop 18-20 West Washington St. Dunap Hats Manhattan Shirts Stetson Shoes y