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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1909.
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Call on us for the genuine. Beware of imitations. LAIRD & DINES. l ,Il,il,H"l"I"l .M-M-M-M .H''H"M"H"I"K''H .M"M"H"l"M"I"l"l"l"t"H i 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I I I H !! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H U LILY MILK Is prepared to meet the demands for a milk that is perfectly sanitary and whose purity is a known scientific certainty. For sale by all first class grocers. PACIFIC CREAMERY COMPANY. Tempe, Arizona. n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Frank Winiles met with a very painful ucciilcnt at '. the Pacific Creamery company's plant yesterday .shortly after dinner, resulting in a badly scalded back and shoulders. Mr. Windes was rnguRcd in work about the sterilizer. By means of this contrivance each can of milk is thoroughly 'sterilized before ' it is shipped from the factory. Kach can is run through a hot tank of calcium and it was while this was in process that the accident happened. The cans are entirely covered with the. hot li quid and a defective one exploded yesterday, scattering the calcium in all directions. Mr. Windes happened to be so standing that he caught the full force of it, but fortunately it missed his fare. A large quantity of it struck him across the neck and shoulders and ran down the inside of his shirt completely blistering his shoulders and the upper part of his buck. He was given temiiorary care at the factory and hurried to town where the burns were dresseil by Dr. Brechan. With good care it is not anticipated that there will tie any lasting results and the Injury is more painful than serious. A CHOICE TWENTY $ With full pro rata Tem pe water and-wllun proved. Xot far from town and a desirable home. " For sale right. See ' A. NEILSEN, " Tempe, A. T. 3 i 1 H 1 1 II I I I 1 MM I III i 1 H New line of POST CARDS at EASTERWOOD'S. t Tempe. 1 III U I 1 I 1 III IHil I I I 1 lift- HAS COMMENCED The Daily Departure of Tempe People For Various Points. N ,Mml,H"I"M"H"I' H"M-H -l llll I 2 Fresh Vegetables and Dainties in stock at all times, the things that taste t good these warm days. ARIZONA MERCAN TILE CO. H-l I I I 1 I I H 1 11 1 I1 1 I I M 1 I i K-fr ORANGES ARE GETTING Scare and will be higher in f price. We have a snap in Va- X lencia Oranges, small but nice v and sweet at 15 cents a dozen. T Get some while you have a chance. PARRY-GOODWIN COMPANY. H-M-H-H-H-K' I 1 1 1 11 H-H-fr The summer exodus has com menced and from now on until late in the fall, nearly every train will carry out some Temje people to t various points of the l'nited States. Last night Mrs. S. N. Lukin and i two children left for the cast. They i were accompanied as far as Mari copa by Mr. I.ukin. Mrs. Lukin will stop over for a short time with rela ; tives in Kansas City and will then go on east to Philadelphia for an extended visit with her parents. Be fore returning she will visit other re'atives in New York City. W. W. Iobson and family also left last evening on their summer's trip, the particulars of which were men tioned yesterday. Miss Josephine rainier left last evening for San Bernardino where she will remain until fall. I 4i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r McClelland & Britton, Practical Bricklayers, Plasters aud Builders. Cement Walks and Concrete Work. Estimates Given. Tempe, Ariz. ! ! R. A. Windes is just the man; ! t ! Sells you homes on any plan, 1 I Sells them fast or sells them ; slow, ! Sells them high or sells them low. Have you much or little "dough" Sells you one first thing you know. A TUCSON EXCURSION Theo. Thomas was successful in arranging for the Tucson excursion on Emancipation day, Saturday the l!Mh of this month. The excursion train will leave Phoenix in th morn ing at 7 a.m., arriving in Tucson at II; returning it will leave Tucson at 11 p.m., arriving home again early the next morning. There will be a big barbecue dinner and base ball and other games at Elysian park where the celebration will be held. A round trip rate of $3.!0 will be made on the railroad. SALE OF A HOME. The Frank Kmpey place on East Fifth street was yesterday sold to J. J. Teeter who plans to improve the place and make an attractive home of it. Heal Estate Agent R. A. Windes negotiated the sale. n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iii 1 1 1 n h 1 1' ,t,,fH"H"H"H 1 I H 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 11 I TRY THE OLIVE $ For meals that are best ' ' in every respect. :: H 1 I I I t i l l I I I 1 "1 1 M l 11 I tW FOR THAT TAN and sunburn, take Peroxide Cream, obtained iu Tempe only at Harmer's Drug Store. THE FATAL RESULT OF SATURDAY'S ACCIDENT Alphonso Lozo Died Early Yesterday Morning. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. 40 acres one-half mile from Tempe; house, shade, and near creamery. J,''0. "ii acres; house, shade, fenced. $::r.oo. .- 2" acres; ; house, shade, etc. $3200. A. B. TOMLINSON, Real Estate Agent and Notary. Tempe. Ariz. FINCH & CARR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. Tempe, Arix. Phones: 131. Finch: 179. Carr. THE JUNE BRIDE'S STORE All past satisfactory experience in Sift P.uying combine to make this store noted. All presents are appre ciated by the bride, but none so much as th'uM that bear the stamp coming from FRANK LAMONT The Jeweler & Optician, Tempe, Ariz. As a result -of an accident which occurred last Saturday about noon, Alphonso Sozo died yesterday morn ing at an early hour. Sozo was engaged in hauling grain and in some unknown manner fell between the wheels of his wagon. The rear wheel passed over his body s'lusivly across his stomach. The wagon was loalcd heavily, having on it something over two tons of grain. His sufferings were violent for a while and though he was given the best of medical attention, the injury was so great it proved fatal. The funeral will probably be held sometime today. CLASS MEETINGS. A special meeting of the Baraca class will be held at the M. E. church Parsonage south, at S o'clock tomor row evening. There will be business of importance and all members are requested to attend. At the same hour the Philctha class will meet at the church. A BABY BOY. Word has been received here of the birth of a baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holmes at Fresno, Cal. The incident is of local interest by reason of the Tact that Mrs. Holmes was formerly Miss Marguerite C'os ner, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. f'os ner of this place. Mr. Holmes for merly lived here and the parents of the vnnnirsti.r Imv'n 111:4 nv tVicnrla in Tempe who extend congratulations. Ellingson's warehouse does a general storage business and has for sale grain sacks and will buy grain. A BUSINESS MEETING There will be a business meeting of the directors of the South Side das company at the office of the presi dent, K. H. Moetir, tomorrow jfUr noon at half past one for the trans action of mime general business. Wanted, someone to lease store building by July 1; doing big business. Also residence for runt June 17. Mrs. N'aruia Knight, Tempe. Those ladies' bron.e anil patent leather shoes that we buve been prom ising you for so long have arrived and are twill. Come and see them. Hy der Bros. NOTES OF NEWS. Miss Ixittie Mullen returned Mon day morning from Douglas where she has be.-n spending a couple of weeks with her sister. Word has been received here from Mr. and Mrs. fleo. :. Gage who arc now in Detroit to the effect that the health of Mr. Cage is much im proved. The Christian Endeavor society of the Congregational church will hsro after meet Wednesday evening of each week instead of Sunday. W. T. Mugg of Fresno, Cal., has been sending a few days here with his sister, Mrs. B. H. Scudder. Colcord Bros, of Payson, who brought down a bunch of cattle last week, left on the return trip yts terday. The John Birchdt bal-y is seri ously ill again. The contract for supplying the fix tiires for the high school building has been let to a Los Ange'es firm. Mrss Iva Easterwood has been not ified of her re-appointment to a po sition in the Yuma s.-hools. J. I). Bowers and family left yes terday for Oregon where they in tend to locate. Tom Argue h;is arranred with Mr. Cotrell for the disposition of : hun dred thousand brick from the Tempe yard east of town. A TRIP BUSINESS AND PLEASURE SUPT. SCUDDER WILL BE AWAY SIX WEEKS. Will Take in the Exposition on His Way Home. Supt. B. II. Scudder leaves this morning on an extended tour of the L'nited States. Business and pleasure will be combined on the trip, for while away Mr. Scudder will look after a number of things in the in terests of the higli school. He goes from here direct to Chi cago and will stop over there a short time. While there he will make the selection of equipment for the new high school building, having been so authorized at the meeting of the board held Monday evening. From Chicago he goes south to his former home at Windfall, Ind., where he will visit for a short time his parents'-and other relatives. doing west again, he will take the Cana dian Pacific and will make his next main stopping place the exposition at Seattle, though enroute to it, he will probably stop over at one or two places long enough to hunt up one or two parties who have in ap plications here for the position of manual training teacher. After taking in the sights of the exposition he will come on south to Ios Angeles and after a few days there will come on home. Ho ex pects to return to Tempe by the first of August to give the rest of the summer to the preparation of the high school building for the opening of school the first of September. For rnt, modern brick cottage with everj' modern convenience. Inquire at the Lukin Cash Store. Ist. a coat on Mill avenue. Return to Republican office, Tempe, and re ceive reward. A SHORT SESSION OF COURT Judge Kent left for Florence yesterday to finish up some court matters there, expecting to return to the city last n ijjlit . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Fhoenix. Arizona, Land Office, Serial No. 06185. June , 1909. Notice is hereby given that the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Company, by How el Jones, its Land Commissioner, has filed in this office its apulii-ation to enter, under the provisions of the Act of June 4, 1897 (30 Stats.. Jij), the fol lowing descrihn" lands, viz: The northeast nuarter of the south east quarter and the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section six, and the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter and the southwest quarter of northwest quarter of sec tion five, in townsjiip four, north of range one east of the (Jila and Salt River Meridian, Arizona. Any and all iiersons claiming ad versely the lands described or desiring to object because of the mineral char acter of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to the appli cant, should file their affidavits of pro. test in this office, on or before the 24th day of Julv. 1909. FRANK II. PARKER, Register. First published in Arizona Republi can, June 9, 1909. THE ARIZONA LITIGATION : AGAINST RECLAMATION FORMER SENATOR TURNER OF WASHINGTON TAKES A HAND. He Will Try to Secure a Compro mise of the Suit. Spokane, Wash., June 13. Former L'nited States Senator George Tur ner, of Spokane, has gone to Wash ington, D. C, to appear before the United States supreme court in the noted litigation of the Irrigation Land and Improvement company - of Ari zona against the government. . He will first have a conference with Richard A. Ballinger, secretary of the interior, with the view to bringing about a compromise, in which event the suit will be dismissed.. .Other wise, it is expected to attack the constitutionality of the entire recla mation service as organized by the government. The importance of the case be comes apparent when it is known that more than $t!U,onn,iHiu has been expended by the reclamation. . ser vice since January 30, 1903, in irri gation works in the western states and territories, and that in the va rious projects are 70,000 miles of ditches carrying water to 10,000,000 acres of lands, which annually pro. duce crops valued at more than t.TiO.OOO.OOi'. The government plants are in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, California, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Nebraska, the Dakotas, Kansas and Wyoming. The case in question began when the government started a reclama tion project in Arizona after the company had expended considerable capital on its works. The company sued, claiming that through its en trance to the project the government had crippled and practically ruined its private enterprise. W. H. McBrayer's Bottled in Bond The Uncrowned King of Kentucky for 62 Years WHY The grains used in the dis tillation of W. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook are especially selected with great care by experts who have made dis tilling a life study. Mashed in small old-fashioned tubs, the same as in 1S47. After its distillation it is transferred to our U. S. Bonded Warehouse on the premises and stored in spe cially made white oaken charred barrels where we al low it to remain for 8 years to become ' thoroughly ma tured, thereby attaining the highest point In purity. This is of vital iinMirtance and increases the cost of produc tion of W. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook, bottled in bond. BECAUSE The distillery, located in Anderson County, the heart of the Blue Grass region where famous . limestone springs abound, makes this whiskey the peer of all oth ers. After W. IL McBrayer's Cedar Brook Whiskey lias been in bond 8 years, under the supervision of govern-. meat officers, it is reduced to 100 proof by using pure limestone water. It is then bottled in bond, a little "Green Stamp" placed over the neck of the bottle being U. S. Government guarantee of its integrity thereby in suring to purchasers a whis key which is justly regarded as the "Flower of Kentucky." W. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook Distillery, Lawrenceburg, Ky. A decision, which has a bearing on ! the case, prepared by Justice Brewer, and handed down by the supreme court two years ago, intimates that the reclamation work is not legal un der the constitution of the United States. If the Arizona case gies to the supreme court that point will be passed upon. kiss, "on what ulay was I born?" "On Thursday, dear," said the mother. "Wasn't that fortunate?" replied the little girl, "because that's your day home." Success Magazine- Mother Was Present. It was the. first time in three davs that Mrs. Very Rich had seen her chil- j dren, so numerous were her social en gagements. "Mama," a.sked little Ruth, as her mother took l er up in her arms for a CHICHESTER S PILLS fT7 ik liliaovil bbakh. 1 lnt Amk jwmr BranM fcr j 1 hl-?a.tf'a WlMd Urmm boxes. MOied with Blue Rlbhoa. 1 llUMlr. Bmr mT jwmr Oranlrt. Ait-rClll- irK-Tr DIAlToNB HRA.ND PILLS. fr S tKtt. satcst. Mn Rellabla SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Phoenix, Arizona, Ijind Office. Serial Xo. 016167. June 3, 199. Notice is hereby given that the Santa Kft Pacific Railroad Company, by Howe! Jones, its Iuul Commissioner, has filed in this office Its application to enter, under the provisions of the A t of June 4, 1K97 CfO Stats., 36), the following described lands, viz.: All of sections twenty-eight and twenty-nine, the east half of the east half of section thirty-one, and all of sections thirty-two and thirty-three, in township four north, of range one east of the Gila and Salt River Meridian, in Arizona. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lands described or desiring to object because of the mineral char acter of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to the appli cant, should file their affidavits of pro test in this office, on or before the 4th day of July. 1909. FRANK II. PARKER, Register. First published in Arizona Republi can, June 9, 1909. E BacK East June 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19 MARICOPA ROUTE Southern Pacific Co. BLOOD POISON CAN BE CURED If vm hT-n vlcvra, BirAupttcbttln tb movth. r throtit, mptloB, coppor color! spot on ih body, ftlUaghttr. twollea, loda, p4na I d Um bonM, or m rtcoftttnoed howUches, our tprciftl trMtmrai ooro jou. Our PR. PAJfTrR. forair ehiof pltjrix tan of nj wr'Kinai vvu Msiwj IO., IrwftleXI OTr V,V9V patient of that mtnptn f in UtlMt flf torn yr OfKling MT 12th, 1WM, th4twthfttfxmpMT1iw-cntifiii'1 Uk in( cjfm trtri. Rookl-rton RliodPoiaon ttimnrnhi od luU information shout ?tir -, FR. Writ t-AHTKK KKM FDY CO.. Will JhS, T Hmrk tmU CMrar. 1 Chicago and Back . . St. Louis and Back Omaha and Back . . New York and Back . Kansas City and Back . $-67.50 . $ 62.50 . $ 55.00 . $103.50 . $'55.00 Scott's Sartal-Fepsin Capsules A POSITIVE CURE ForlnSammstion or Cat and of Ihf Bladder and Diseaa Kidneys. No curr no pay Cures quickly aud Perm, nently the wont eavs rt gonorrhoea and Gleet, nt matter of how long man Ink. Absolutely harml-i rofd by drucgists. Pn fl.OO, or by r"tl. post pa' ,l ), S boxes S2.76. THE SANTAl-PEPSM CO, BILL4FONTAIMC. OHIO. 1 Elvey & Hu'ctt, Agents Meals at Meal Time Diners All the Way AC ta A. R. Gatter. General Agent Phoenix RS.Stubbs Gen'l Pass. Agent" Tucson - - '