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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1909. h n m i it 1 1 1 t n n n i i m t '-m-h-m-m -h i a 1 1 1 mi i t n im i iWHO BMD Have you had a chicken stew late- ly ? A good, fat old hen that you cook a long time, and slowly, to extract that indescribable flavor and toothsome ncss? If 'you' have overlooked '-this dinner, just let this remind you how you enjoyed it in the past. The Hackett Market eo ? Phone Main 132- . 31-33 East Washington St. . THE HOME OF THE BEST. 4-1111 I I I I I 1 1 1 1 HI Mil Ml tM M l 1 11 1 MM ittl MM ! l 1 ; i Auction Sale of MESSER PICKLE WORKS On Tempe Road MONDAY, MAY 241 h AT 1:30 P.M. SHARP I, the undersigned, will sell toxthe highest bid der the following property: Fifteen head of horses, two work horses, one fresh cow, gives five gallons milk per day; two spring wagons, two sets single harness, one set of double work harness, one copy ing press; six barrels of pickled olives, two barrels of pickles, large quantity of canned horseradish, four barrels of vinegar; also household and kitchen furniture, and other articles too numerous to men tion. Also 18 town lots, 50x140. I am leaving the country and will sell without limit or reserve. TERMS: On the town lots one-third cash, bal ance to suit purchaser; all other articles cash. FREE OLIVES, PICKLES AND ICE WATER FOR EVERYBODY DURING THE SALE. ATTENTION FARMERS! THE FAIR IS It Is Time the Gathering of Agricul tural Exhibits Was Begun. E. M. MESSER, Owner. W. W. HUTCHINSON, Auctioneer. Also will offer my house and six lots on the J day of sale. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC At the meeting May fith, the Hoard of Directors of the People's Independent Telephone Co. advanced the price of stock from $4n.f0 for 4 shares to $50.00. and to take effect on June 1, 1909. There after anyone wanting a phone with said company must pay JS0.no. Those desiring to come in on the $40.00 rate may sign this applica tion before June 1 and mail it t the secretary of said company, J. H. Langston: I, the undersigned, agree to pay $10.00 for 4 shares of capital stock of the People's Independent Telephone C. providing said com pany can give me a phone in my place of buisness or residence. Name. Address. . Date. Sun-power is Captured. To catch the light of the bum, bottle it and have it on tap, to be turned on at will In dark places, is the latest feat of American inventive genius. Indeed the new machine does more than store the sun's rays for it derives from them a form of energy which may be transformed into heat or power as well as light. Thus be comes true a dream of the ages past, a dream that would seem to be as Utopian as any magic feat of the genii of Arabian tales. Now appears before the startled scientific world the invention of a Massachusetts man, George H. Cove, which proceeds along entirely new lines and lays a simple but cunning and effective trap tor the electrical energy which the sun generates in enormous quantities and sends along his beams earthward. What might be called the primary cell of the "solar electric generator," as the Inventor names It, is a three inch long rod or plug of metallic composition, an alloy of several com mon metals, on one end of which the sun shines in a glass-enclosed space, the other end being in the shadow, in cool free air. This rod is part of a circuit wired in the ordinary way to any good storage battery. While the sun thus shines upon one end of this rod the difference in tem perature between that and the other end, and also the difference in other conditions caused by the direct rays in one case and their absence in the other, a difference not wholly under stood by the inventor at present but now being experimented upon, sets up an electrical action which is passed along to the storage battery and there held in reserve to be turned on as light heat or power as desired. The amount of energy trapped and thus stored by one rod in a day is of course small, but it is a simple mat ter to hitch up i.ny number of these rods in batteries and thus make their individual work cumulative. A thou sand rods may be placed side by side in the space of an ordinary window sash five feet square, and the electric force thus generated is a thing to be reckoned with. From "Power from Sunlight," in June Technical World. o Must Suit All Tastes. "My wife wonders why the papers waste so much space on mere news." "What does she read?" "Oh, she reads the weather prob abilities, the bargain probabilities, the marriage notices and the love story. But an item about a big battle or the fall of a dynasty looks piffling to her." Louisville Courier-Journal. Is the joy of the household, for without it no happiness ca:i be complete. Angels smile at and commend ths thoughts and aspirations cf the mothei bending over the cradle. The ordea! through which the expectant mother must pass is such t!i3t she looks forward with dread to the hour when she shall feel the thrill of motherhood. Every woman should know that the danger and pain cf child-birth can be avoided by the use of Mother's Friend,, which renders pnaDie an tne pans, jmr W'3.'3Fj W" H H H H TfeM una assisting nature in its work. By its aid thousands of women have passed this crisis in safety. MffiS. book of information to wr.mm wt free. THE BHADFIELD REGULATOR CO. On account of the incidents that have attended the appointment of a new fair commission, delaying that important matter considerably, the Salt River valley, the Yuma valley, the Upper 'Gila valley and any other agricultural sections in the southern part of the territory will find them selves rather short on some of their exhibits In the agricultural depart ment of the fair, unless they have already taken time by the forelock and begun their preparations before they were asked to. The early crops are already partly harvested and the county commissioners are not yet' ap pointed. It is sincerely hoped that wide awake farmers have had sufficient faith in the past to conclude that there was going to be a fair and a bigger one than ever, and to that end have been saving up their early rec ord exhibits. They can begin now, or even after July 1st and get up a bigger exhibit than was ever yet pre sented in the agricultural department If they desire to do so, but that isn't enough. Good as it has been, the exhibit has never been what It should have been in these lines for the sim ple reason that In none of the coun ties has interest in the fair been awakened any year, .until after some of the crops had been gathered and the good things destroyed or taken to market. With the most wonderful agricultural resources in the world, in those sections that have any at all, the Arizona fair ought to break rec ords in almost everything, every' year and would if sufficient attention had been given the matter by the farm ers. Taking Maricopa county for ex ample, it is likely just as good sam ples of alfalfa can be secured In Sep tember as now but a good exhibit would be a sample of each crop cut from a certain acre that the visitor might see what that acre does in a season. And that cannot le done now for the reason that the first crop is now practically harvested, or at least some of the biggest and best fields have been cut and the barley and wheat are now ready, the harvest having already begun. There are numerous other smaller crops, fruit, etc., that might be mentioned, but the above furnishes an ample fllus tration. The farmers of Maricopa county should have been gathering exhibits for the last month or two of one kind and another, against the demand for them by the county com missioner, yet to be appointed. It is hoped they will begin now, at any rate, for there is full assurance that there is to be a fair and it will eclipse any former fair in many re spects and ought to in the agricul tural department. j For some reason the farmers wait to be "ribbed up" to this work while the horse men and stock men gener- ! ally get busy themselves and rib up the commissionwhen they want any thing. The, men who are interested in field crops should do the same thing. The fair is Just as much for tho farmer as for the Jockey and the stock breeder and he should appre ciate his opportunities. While It is true there should be a county com-1 missioner in th? field even before this time, there is no longer any doubt about his coming at an early day and those interested in making a good show at the fair should begin right now, laying away their grain and other exhibits, not in little stingy handfuls but good big sheaves of grain and ample samples of all they have. It was suggested a year ago in i these columns, and Just by way of introducing the subject it is suggested again, that the farmers of this county who are anxious to show the value of their lands, could arrange a spe cial agricultural exhibit at small ex pense, so large it could not go in the agricultural hall but would need a separate house for its own accom modation. Such a houes could be a temporary structure, made out of baled hay, alfalfa, corn, sorghum and other exhibits and placed under an iron roof, with smaller exhibits Inside. This suggestion is offered not so j much with insistence on its adoption as an illustration of the fact that a valley as wonderful as this should not be content with a little measly, stingy showing, but could if desirable build a regular palace and fill it, making most of the construction out of the crops. The moral of the story is a great big exhibit of some kind, one that will attract attention. Too many times the miner comes to town with the whole mine in the sample he shows. The farmers in this valley ought not to lay themselves open to the charge that all they have is on exhibition and it could be carted away on a dray wagon. Let tbe fair show something of the bigness of Salt River valley crops as well as their quality A Word to Mr. Husband Do you realize how extremely tiring to women is tne conlimng, monot onous work of the household? No man could stand it. It is necessary therefore that her system be fortified and the nerves toned with a sooth ing preparation like Pabst Exfiaet IfcesTTonic Keep a supply of it in your home at all times for the lady of the house. It will strengthen her when over taxed with household cares, keep her happy and retain her beauty and charms. - Insist Ufxm it Sting Tahst ,t Order Dozen from Your Local Drug gilt' HH H"H"I""H "H Ml' M M-! .a. f OF LOCAL INTEREST I i ii mm min tit iniii h TO GET IN FORM Dick Creager and Jack Meldrun will play a match game of pool tonight at the Pastime bowling alley and billiard hall, to which the public, both ladies and gentlemen, is cordially invited. Crea ger went to Prescott on yesterday's excursion, not to play ball but to take a final practice with the cue so he will be in good form for tonight's performance. THE HORSEMEN'S HOPE It is the expressed hope of some of the horse men of the valley who are especially interested in the raising of fine-gaited saddle horses, that the fair manage ment will this year offer some nice cash prizes for contests In their line. They appreciate blankets ami robes and other little trophies but they be lieve the saddle horse business Is go ing to be sufficiently important from now on to warrant some prizes that the winners can buy hay and saddles with. They would like to have some real blooded purses, anywhere from JjO to $230. and pay a little entrance money, j like the harness men do. COL. STURGIS BUYS MACHINE The historic four-mulo team which Col. W. S. Sturges has owned for many years and which has brought the republican national committeeman to this city many times from his I-a Osa ranch. 80 miles southwest of Tucson, is to go Into retirement, says the Tucson Citizen. It is one more illustration of the survival of the speediest for a big touring car which will be used henceforth by Col. Stur ges on his trip to this city from the ranch. The republican committeeman purchased an automobile several weeks ago but as an auto acts en tirely different from a Mow-plodding i mule or a bucking' broncho, "he has deferred taking nut the car until :ic is entirely familiar with the tactics of the machine. When he returns to his ranch next week. Col. Sturge.s will mako his initial trip in his ma chine. "I shall keep the mules on pasture, however, for emergencies in the event that the auto should need any assistance," remarked Col. Sturges. Watch for the remaining chapters of Harold McGrath's great Ftorv, "The Lure of the Mask," now running as a serial in The Republican. This was the hit of the season and will hold the reader's attention from start to finish Francis j Corner' Second and Washington Sts. S A LOME a o it L - ci o T3 Pi a 03 u L u o D o . o c--(D O Q O "J 02 w -t era a P a p p Q -t CD P CO -1 S3 o t It's the town On the A. & C. It's the mines, Look good to me. It's the climate, It's the water If you don't go You had oughter. AND IF YOU LIKE I K HK"H"HH M THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS. Mrs. Lilur Wilcon. Prop. ""H IE"1"1 Mil H" "K 1111111 ! M I 1 1 1 1 IV PERSONAL MENTION i 4 . ... ,, 1 1 1 ,1, W I 1' 'H' K-t Guests at the Hotel Adams are: Paul Meyerhoff. Tucson; D. A. Holaday, Denver; E. D. Wilson. Los Angeles; J F. Kirkendall. Philadelphia: R. G. Bush, Santa Fe; F. B. Hahn, Los An geles; Mr. Barclay and wife. Chicago; R. F. Sullivan. Newport, R, I.; J. J. Billick. Santa Fe: Captain W. C. Rose. Boston: Edw. Mitchell. St. Louis; F. B. Barth, Los Angeles; R E. Sloan. Prescott; J. B. Girand: H. Van liou- ten. New York; Walter Harvey Weed, New York; Ralnh B. Williams, Ray; R. R. Coleman, Los Angeles. At the Ford: Harry Lee, Santa Fe; F. 'Butler Albuquerque; C. H. Jones, Santa Fe; J. C. Denton. Bouse: J. T. Heffon, Tucson; F. P. Hara, Philadel phia: Bert Thompson, Los Angeles; Charles Kilander, Chicago; F. Renchan. Chicago; W. S. Rich, San Diego; S. T. Gadbe, Los Angeles. : O ' QUARTZSITE VISITOR Capt. W. C. Rose, of Boston who is developing some gold property in the vicinity of Quartzsite, came in from there yester day, and will return again soon. He says there is considerable activity in that section and in the vicinity of Vicksburg. At the latter place he says the claims owned by E. B. Moore are being taken hold of by eastern capital ists and are to be fully exploited. Wakelin Pharmacy QUICK DELIVERY RING MAIN 184 f it is something in the Drug Line call Main 184- and we will send it out im mediately on the motorcycle. First Ave. and Washington St. PhiloH.Oz&rvrvo.PK.G. Prop. A FEW more days left in whu-h to pmvhase the high est grade of goods on the mar ket at One-Half their value. Not One-Half their former price, but One-Half- their Aalue. The swellest line f Parisian models in Silk Dresses a la Princcsse, originallv sold at from 25 to .f:5;, now One-Half Off. Surely you cannot afford to overlook this wonderful opportunity. One-Half Off Entire Stock f'aTf MS b,,lc,w,SiliH'nlf31 its- The above cut illustrates a beautiful Mission style Autopiano. the first of its kind in Arizona, and which found a home during the past week in the residence of Mr. J. F. Cleaveland, sec retary to the governor. The case of this player piano is a marvel in detail of the old mission style and finish, and the weathered oak case was made to match ,the interior and furniture of the Cleave land home. The instrument is pro nounced the finest ever brought to Arizona, and was furnished by the j Redewill Music Co. Indian Motorcycles Best on Earth REMOVAL NOTICE. We will soon bevin our new store and garage with new tools and machinery, at 3G-3S East Adams Street. Will do all kinds of repairing on Autos, Motorcycles and Bicycles. Will handle all standard makes of Tires, Oils and Supplies. Winton, Cadillac, Oakland and Kessel-Kar agents. Indian, Heading Standard Light, Thor and Merkel Motocyclcs. Columbia, Light, Emblem and Wonder Bicycles. Arizona Motor Company 31 South Jirst Ave. Gospel services every evening except Mondays. Cast off -clothing gladly called for. We also have a fumigating room. Phone Black Ensign, Addie JIc- Kean. I I I I I I I I I I H H I I I I I I I l I I lJ Rogers & McMurtry I i a TT X 24 W. Jefferson St : ' ' A reliable Auction House con- ! ducted by competent Auction- 1 cers. Good3 sold on commls- ' sion and prompt returns made. Regular sales at 1:30 p.m. ev ; ', ery Saturday. Outside sales of 1 a any description solicited and ' will endeavor to give satlsfac- M tion; particular attention given i to the patronage of ladies, who 1 1 will never find anything in our ; T auction room to offend the , I most fastidious. I I I ! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Cool Shirtwaists Summer Shirt Waists of the better kind, in white and dainty colors; a match for every taste. This chance doesn't come evefy day. One-Half Off THE FERFECT FLOUR EMBRACES all of the good qualities of other brands and some extra ones of its own. The Perfect js not a flour that is su perior in only one or two qualities. It is superior all round. It bakes better, goe3 farther and stays moister than any other. Try a sack just to see what the best of all flours is like. Ask your grocer. ' I i W. A. REYNOLDS I CcntraciGr -and Builder Plans and specifications furn ished free on ail work con tracted or superintended y him. Ijet me plan yur house for you. ATI8F ACTION GUAF.AN- TEED. Phone Red S255. ? Residence. 1119 W. Fillmore St. J Office, Five Point. Phoenix. Z 4 IMtH Mi HlllMHItlt Mil .' M. L. Vieux CEMENT CONTRACTOR. Proprietor Artificial Cement Co, Arizona Lime Co., and Asphalt Pavlr.gr Co. Worsts, a First St. Office, 40 W. Adams St Phone tlSL I Phoenix, Arizona. g CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corns, B0 cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a. spe cialty. Men, Ladies and Children treated day or evenings. Between First and Center on Adams. . Phone Red 8072. - FRANK SHIRLEY.