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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1909.
THE KELVIN COMMUNITY An Organization in the Camp For Religious Work TEMPORAL IMPROVEMENT Ray Joining With Its Sister Camp For the Most Mam moth Fourth of July Cele bration in the History of Pinal County. Kelvin, June 13. (Special corre spondence of The Republican.) The Itev. Mr. Kennedy held a special children's meeting in the church Sunday morning, which was well J"i!led with bright, animated little laces, evidently taking in and under standing all the good advice given them. It was a good, interesting 4 ' discourse, and if the little ones live up to it, they will grow to be up right, law abiding men and womon. The services are now held in the school house, but Mr. Kennedy is formulating a plan to erect a chapel, which he hopes to be able to build in the near future and everything is being done with that end in view. An offering was taken for it Sunday. Very pretty miniature chapels being used for the collection plates, were passed around by two small Sunday school scholars. Let us hope that every one in Kelvin will do all in his power to help along the good cause, as a town of this size should by all means have a church. Mr. Kennedy is a hard, conscientious worker, and deserves the support of every one in Kelvin. Kelvin and Ray are uniting their forces in order to have the biggest Fourth of July celebration ever held here. A committee having been ap pointed to see to all the details, as no expense or pains will be spared to make it a huge success. There will be ail such attractions as foot racing, base ball, bronco busting, put ting the shot, and last, but not least, , y fire crackers for the old as well as I the young. So come and have the time of your life. A good time is assured ail who attend. The last week was the. busiest the Hercules company has ever seen. The new ware house which was un f tli-r construction, has Just been com pleted, and the large stock carried by the company has just been trans ferred from the old, which necessitat ed the services of extra men. Every thing being done systematically it did not interfere with the handling of their usual large business. The of fice was changed and remodelled and is now located on the left as you en ter the store, which adds wonderfully to the appearance of the whole place. In order to keep in line with the improvements at the Hercules store, Mr. Zachery, the owner of the house, just across the street and south of the store, thought it expedient to put carpenters ami pa in tors to work, which he did immediately, and when finished will add greatly to the looks of Main street. John C'resop, one of the oldest, (in experience if not in years, and best known prospectors in this part of the country was in town this week get ting provisions with which to replen ish his depicted larder. Mr. Cresop is a very busy man working his claims which are Iwated in the Sad dle mountains where he has some splendid prospects, which he says will some day make him independently wealthy, and put him at the further end of easy street. He was rather secretive when questioned by the writer, and replied with a knowing wink that he did not have anything to say for publication, at the present. He says he believes in advertising all right, but the time is not yet. Mr. Edwards of Phoenix, the well known hotel man and caterer, who How To Get v Rid of Fat Let TJi Send You a Trial Package Free You Will Be Delighted With It . ? USA U,i M This Illustration Plainly Shows What Rengo H Dona. This Illustration Plainly Shows What Rengo Has Done. l"se Rengo. It is perfectly safe. You eat it like fruit or candy and easily and safely reduce your fat a pound a day. l-'or sale by all druggists at Jl.O'i l r full sized box, or by mail prepaid, by The Rengj Co., 33C4 Rengo Bid;., Ietroit, Mich. The Company will gladly send you a trial package free by mail if you will write them direct to Detroit; no free packages at drug stores. Rengo is for sale and recommended in rhoenix by A. L. Hoehmer. & 0 " . - recently assumed charge of the, din ing room at the Southern hotel, has made more than good, as the host evidence is the full dinner pail. The time honored Raying, "The proof of the pudding is in the eating," is cer tainly true in this case. The hotel is doing a better business than ever before. The work which was started here last week by the Ray company on their road to Ray, is progressing nicely and the line is already as suming the proportions of a railroad. The large Fresno scrapers that are being used, prove to be great dirt movers. A score of carpenters have been very busy sawing the lumber for the culverts on the new Ray road. There will be twenty culverts in all. Bridges will be done away with as much as possible and will be filled in wherev er practical, to avoid washouts in the rainy season. Mr. Rorrowdale, the energetic and progressive proprietor of the Borrow dale Mercantile company on Main street, has put in a line of magazines and periodicals where all the lead ings ones can be had. Mr. Sorrow dale also has an ice cream parlor in connection with his regular business, and reports doing a nice business during this warm spell. M. H. Walker, our official weather man, says that we had an average temperature of one hundred degrees last week in the shade, but then one does not have to stay in the shade. He further encourages us by saying the indications are that the weather will be cooler in September. As an evidence that it has not been too warm for dancing, a large dance was given by the Mexican popula tion Friday evening, which was well attended and Judging by the lateness of the hour it continued, every one had a good time. A large crowd of young people gathered at the home of V. N. Bry ant Saturday evening, at his special invitation. Dancing and music was indulged in till the early hours of morning, it being about one o'clock when that old, but beautiful piece was played, viz.: "Home, Sweet Home." and it was heard with regret by all present, as it was the signal for the breaking up of one of the jolliest little crowds that have gotten together for a long while. Joe Bryant, the son of W. X.. Bry ant, was down from Ray for the oc casion. There was a reunion in Kelvin last week of two brothers who had been separated for twenty-nine years, when Andrew Hollis arrived on the train from their old home in Mis souri, and met his brother George Hollis, the latter having left his old home twenty-nine years ago to "go west and grow up with the country," He has spent a good many years here in Arizona and has flourished as the proverbial Green bay tree. He has at last succeeded in coaxing his brother out. accompanied by his wife and children, whose first impressions of the camp are very good. We regret very much ti learn that P. P. Nalle. better known as Pete, has tendered his resignation to the Hercules company, wTiere he has been employed for the last nine months, first as bookkeeper, and later as salesman, filling both positions in a very efficient and satisfactory 'rTtan ner, becoming very popular with em ployer and employees alike and, in fact, with whoever came in contact with him. Mr. Nalle is a native of Virginia and has planned o,uite an extensive trip enroute home. He will visit the principal cities on the coast, Is Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle and incidentally see the fair. Sunday passed here very quietly and the town ''pursued the even tenor of its way." It - was not disturbed by the usual rooting for the ball team as the Florence boys failed to show up, owing to the latter not be ing able to get all of their crack players together. They no doubt had gotten wind of the gilt edge ball the Kelvin team is putting up. There is a plan on foot to take a picked team from Ray and Kelvin to play the Valley team in Phoenix on the Fourth of July ami Mesa on the fifth. There is no doubt but a very strong team and a formidable one could be thus taken to Phoenix and back without losing its laurels. LARGEST PIPE ORGAN III THE SOUTHWEST It Has Been Contracted for by the Central M. E. Church South, of This City, The Central M. E. church south, is soon to have the largest and fin est pipe organ in Arizona or the entire southwest. This was decided upon at a meeting of the board of stewards on Monday evening when a proposition was submitted to the board by E. A. Geisler, vice president of the George J. Birkel company of Is Angeles, and accepted. The proposition was for an organ oX the well known Estey manufac ture, the Birkel company being the general western agents for the Estey company. The organ is to be a two manual pedal bass, with thirteen speaking stops and combination of swells to great swell to pedal, me chanical accessories, swell pedals, etc. The organ will have about eight hun dred pipes and the case will be of quarter sawed oak, oil rubbed, but finished in natural color. The case will be of special design and the pipes will be of gold. The present organ loft in the church is too small to' accommodate the big instrument but the neces sary alterations will be made some time in September and eariy in Oc tober it is expected the magnificent new instrument will be erected and ready for use. The organ will be entirely too large to be blown by hand except perhaps in emergency "ases. a kinetic blower and motor M-ing furnished with it. Tiii.-i is said to be the best motive power and the mechanism, which of course will be concealed, is absolutely noiseless yet produces the maximum amount of wind. The Estey company is too well known to require extended mention, fine of the latest honors given to the concern was that of making the NEEDS NO Of all Reedy Roofings Pioneer "Rubber Sanded" and Pioneer "Rubber Flaxine" are best, for all kinds of buildings. If you arc not potted on roofing's, or if you ar. it will par you to write for Pioneer Booklet and Sample. PIONEER ROLL Departmest 67. MANUFACTURERS OF PIONEER INSULATING PAPER SECURITY Security Building MMBBVaaWaBBMBBHaVMi BANK Los Angeles OLDEST AND LARGEST IN THE SOUTHWEST Capital and Reserve, over ..$1,300,000.00 Resources, over $23,000,000.00 Over 50,000 Depositors. AOL Interest on Savings Accounts H" Q And on Six Months' Certificates of Deposit Deposits Received by Mail Send for Booklet.- HEALD'S 614 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. Send for Catalogue J. W. LACKEY, Manage INGLEWOOD RANCHO Only 3 Miles From Los Angeles i $300 And up per acre. One-fourth cash, balance long time. These acres are almost in the city, in the growing southwest, where values are rapidly increasing. Ont acre means a self-supiortinir home, two acrs comparative ease, and three aires absolute comfort, four ai-rt-s money in the bank, and five acres inde pendence. Rich, dark, sandy loam soil, perfect for the production of potatoes, onions, rhubarb, peas, beans, corn, cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, alfalfa, berries and fruit. Water piped in steel mains under pressure to every foot of it from 1.50(1.1100 gallon reservoir, guaranteed with water certificate which we give to each pur ihascr. Take Inglewood-Redondo Electric car any place on Broadway, get off at Ingle wood Rancho Station, on the property. All cars stop there. Only twenty-five minutes from this office. The greatest growth of Los Angeles is to the southwest, and this close-in acreage will soon be city property. Office Open Daily and Sunday. INGLEWOOD RANCHO A 2318. i 330 South Hill Street. Main 6278. MAIX-MONETA ACRES S350 And up per acre, with water; one-fourth cash, balance long time. These nip's aie only 25 minutes from Second anil liroadway, through w'liich the Haiti-Street Boulevard to Sun I'eilro will pass. This means that this prop erty will double In value very iiuii kly. This soil is a rich, siindy loam, supplied with pure artesian well water, three steel mains to every acre insuring larne crops to the rancher. Orances. lemons, tarries, alfalfa, etc.. can be sevn pnxlui-inn large crops at the present time. The laud Is high and level, with a gradual southern slope, accessible to the ocean breezes at all times. Courteous salesmen will meet you at Ito.secrans avenue to show these beauti ful acres. Adjoining ai res are sellins from iiwift to $1500. As a good investment this is unequalled in Southern California. Take Moneta Avenue. Reiiondo Short Line car anywhere on Broadway and Get Off at Rosecrans Avenue. Or go out with us. MAIN -MONETA ACRES A 2318. 330 South McKinley memorial organ, recently dedicated by President Taft, one of the greatest organs installed in the L'nited States. The erection of this new mechanism of harmony in Phoe nix will be an acquisition the city may ho proud of and the Central SI. K. church smith is certainly to be congratulated. It is planned now to introduce the organ to the I'liocnix public through the medium of a musical entertain ment to be held about October 7, when a special program w ill be pre pared and on which occasion it is hoped that with the influence of Sir. Geisler, Sir. Hustings of Los Angeles, one of the leading organists of tin coast may be induced to come and direct the concert. CANADIAN FOREST FIRES Quebec, June 15. Forest fires are raging in Bona Venture county. Hun dreds of thousands of dollars in lum ber and several mills have been destroyed. "The Safest Beach" The Resort Where the People Go 3 0 0 charming villas and bungalows, located on beautiful salt water ca nals. These villas are completely furnished for housekeeping. They rent from 115 to 133 per month. . The Beach of Up-to-date Attractions Band concerts daily. Auditorium, aquarium, ship cafe, dancing pa vilion, bowling alleys, bath houses, miniature railroad, row boats, gondolas, midway and many others, are the daily amusements at VENICE Spend Your Vacation at Venice THE ELKS WILL HAVE TWO SPECIAL DAYS AT VENICE INJULY SUN PROOF and RAIN PROOF; Xfl PAINT OR REPAIRS PAPER COMPANY LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA Hill St. Main 6278. MILLS COLLEGE Only woman's Col lece on Pacific Coast. Knlrancc and craililattoli reiiuireiiichts iiiuivalent to Stanford and I'niversity of California. Ciiriculum especially adapted to needs of wi-stirn women. Training fits stud ents for teaching regular lines of aca demic work, and offers special advan tages for music, theory and history of :irt. home economics and library study. Well itiiipiH-il Iaisiratories for science and exii.-rimcntal psychology. Special attention to health of students. Out door life and sports. Ideal climate and surroundings. :ird and 4th years of Colli-ge preparatory during 1'iO'j-lo. Fall semester begins Aug. 11. li.'l. Address President's Secretary, Mills College P. O., California. Beats Them All for sailing, surf-!oating.stirf-board riding, seabathing and baclr $ 1 1 0. Fint Clau swirr:ninF and agnatic snorts: !isl:im;. ba.se tiall. tennis, goti. icitoniohiliiig. Moat at tractire apot on entire round the world tour. Five anil one-half ilays from San Francisco by S.S. Alameda (wireless), sailing Jane 5. -'6. July !7th. Aug. 7. etc. liOOK. NOW unJ secure the best lierths. Lino to Tahiti, New Zealand and Australia S. S. Mariposa sailimr July 1. Aug. 6. etc. Tahiti bark 1'S Wellington Ar back ?'). O. S. S. Co.. 673 Market St.. San Francisco All aboard for the following Hotels, Summer Resorts, .etc. Tou can wear knock-about clothes or a dress suit, f'.sh, hunt, sail or camp, play tennis, golf, bowl, dance or lose yourself among shady nooks and quiet retreats. Illustrated literature, maps and information on the following advertised resorts and hotels wili be furnished promptly at The Republican office. TliHETO PACK -FOR- VERY LOW FARES FROM ARIZONA POINTS BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM Scncthr Modern. A quiet piace wh-re kooUet FREE- SPECIAL LOW SUMMER RATES. THE ANGELTJS. (European Plan.) Los Angeles. In the heart of city: ears direct to hotel from all depots. Close to all theaters, stores and public buildings. The beautiful Angelus Grill is noted the west over. Cuisine unexcelled. C. C. Loom is Harry Loomls, Props. KNEIPP SANITARIUM San Diego, CaL A fanned lasutotea. We pca&Talv cote al oueaua with the FAMOUS KNEIPP TREATMENT without Draa or Operation. Far (all parocalais sddrca M. A. LESEM. Maoater. RADIUM SULPHUR SPRINGS Colegrove. Ixis Angeles. Take 1 aths In liquid sunshine. rrink the most radio active, curative. Mineral 'Water in California. It revivifies and rejuvenates kof-ps you healthy and young. It sparkles and foams like Champagne. The Hot Baths lure Rheumatism. Heart. Stomach. Liver, Kidney ami Blood and Skin Troubles, Constitpation. Obesity. Poor Circulation. Malaria. Asthma. Chronic Colds, Neu ralgia, Hiiatiea. Kright's Iisease. I'nralysis, Nervous and Spinal Diseases. Alco holism. Makes skin velvety, hair glossy; stops hair falling out. Chronic cases cured. PhysPian in charge. Water by bottle or case. Send for booklet. Take "Melrose Av." cars via Broadway, direct to Springs; Oc fare. BIMINI HOT SPRINGS HOTEL Los Angeles. The most curative treatment known for rheumatism. Beautiful scenery: cool ocean breeze. Hot mineral water in every room: no noise, no dust, no tips. Street cars to door. Pamphlets at office or by writing Dr. G. W. Tape. Medical Sup t. FOLLOWS' CAMP The gem of the mountain retreats only four hours from Los Angele In the heart of giant mountains that shut out the world. Splendid trout fishing and hunting; good saddle horses; invigorating air; grand scenery every convenience; wholesome home cooking: finest vacation place in Southern California. For de scriptive bolder. R. M. Follows. Azusa. Home phone "Azusa" 5239. THE MAYFAIR APARTMENTS 40 St. James Park, Los Angeles, Calif. Just opened. Exclusive apartments for exclusive people. Ideally situated In the most beautiful residence section of Los Angeles. LOST Rheumatism and Stomach troubles. FOUND Health and happiness at Murrieta Hot Springs, Murrieta, Cal. America's finest Sulphur Mud Baths and Swimming Pool. Booklet at information bureau, or by writing. Fritz Guenther, Prop. H. Guenther, Manager. TT,ii.rr7rriT - Trr,i,T BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN Just a mile above the sea. Am. plan. $3 In hotel or cottages. Spend a vacation oaks. For information, I). A. Monger, Sell', or RelUhlicnn office. DOUGLASS TERRACE 1021 W. 7th St, Los Angeles. Airy, cool, elegantly furnished, 3 blocks to P. O. Rates moderate. Phones, Home 3S203. Sunset Main 2228. - V. II. Mead, Prop. Los Angeles, Cal. "THOUSANDS OF CALIFORNIA AND NE- J VADA PEOPLE PLAY AT SANTA CRUZ WHY $ NOT YOU?" SANTA CRUZ, CAL. 1 t HAS THESE ADVANTAGES OVER MOST SEA- SIDE Si lt combines the pleasures of bathing, boating and fishing, with the enjoyments of the mountains. The Beaeh at Santa Cruz is only tjventy min- utes from the famous Big Trees of California. Fish for salmon in the Bay in the morning at t Santa Cruz and in the afternoon whip the streams f for trout in the shade of the giant redwoods. t Mr. Vacation Man, try Santa Cruz this year, t You've heard of it, but possibly never seen it. f Address BOX E, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, J for literature and let them obtain your aecommoda- f tions, also. " t NOW OPEN FOR SEASON ACH SANITARIUM METHOOS e yea should tptad ymtr Sucneaer Vscsbce. Very Moderate Rasa. W RAY SiMPSON. Mantm LONG BEACH. CAL. - T ruaiassW.r7-iT7;, , m.iii.Tsr;. jii.TTTTTin n RESORT ON MT. LOWE per day. $15 per week. Choice of rooms. SOho ft. above sea, among great pines and tlen. AgL Pacific Electric R. R., Los An- Oldest and strongest in the South west. Entire year, enter any time. Positions secured. Write for catalogue. E. K. ISAACS, President. mmm rJ.iU4.l-1, 14 1 SPECIA L SUMMER RATES (vuwoPSAN Plan) SI.OO PER DAY AND UPWARDS S1.50 PER DAY WITH PRIVATE BATH AND U PWASOS V ONE OF THE NEWEST AND FINEST HOTELS IN CALIFORNIA 1 BROADWAY AT SEVENTH s-rmrr Coops a Davis, lcssccs ML Free auto bus meets all trains. LOW SUMMER RATES HOTEL ROBINSON, San Diego. Largest s.nd best hoteL 200 outsidb rooms. 70 private baths. Table the very best. Moderate priced cafe. Universally conceded to be the most healthful resort in California. 1S5 feet above the sea. No dampness, chilly winds or fog. High, dry and healthy. Overlooking the city, bay and miles of ocean. , Special rates by week or month. Street cars from all parts of city pass door. HOTEL SANTA RITA 1104 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. STRICTLY MODERN. Los Angeles' latest and newest com mercial hotel. Rates $1.00 to $3.00 per day. Special rates by the week or month. W. J. SCHRADER. Mgr. BEAUTIFUL OCEANSIDE San Diego County. EL SAN LUIS REV HOTEL By the Sea. Safest surf bathing. Am. plan. Jli.oil per week up. L T. Blake & Sons, props. I"J"I"I"J",5",I"t"I,,,,"I"I"J"J"4"l,lI 'I""!1 "I"!"'!1 SURF BATHING FINEST AND SAFEST AT DEL MAR x ! i THE STRATFORD INN Situated on bluffs. Elevation 85 feet. 500 feet from ocean. Fin est fishing and outdoor sports. Special weekly rates. L. "E. FELLOWS. Manager. Del Mar is in San Diego county, 28 miles north of San Diego. H-H-i-H-K-H-;- BYRON SPRINGS Gii.irantes to cure rheumatic gout and sciatica where no other onjani disease exists. 1 -l hours from San Francisco. Buy tickets and check baggage direct to Byron. Cal. Delightful environment; ono of California's htst hotels. Address Man iier Byron Hot Springs Hotel 1 O., Cal.. for booklet. RUDDER'S GRILL CAFE AND ROOM 3rd and D Sts.. San Uieyo, Cat., In the I'nion building, makes a specialty of the best in the market at popular priees. Beer. Wine or Ale served with meals. MARRY RUDDER. Proprietor. HOTEL COLUMBINE. 918 West 6th St., Los Angeles. Cal. I -ow rates for sum mer. Excellent table. American plan. Cool veranda. Private baths if neces sary. Phone F 472V. HOTEL CORONA Corner 7th & Broadway, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Furnished rooms, single and en suite. Rates moderate. Central loca tion. Quiet and refined. Street cars from all depots. SEATTLE HOTELS SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. r oonci torn- sJOVUV -12 Stories of Concrete, steel and marble. In heart of city. 210 rooms. 135 baths. Eng lish Grill. $1.00 up. Best School on the coast. . Cheap hoard, low rates, cool rooms. Open all summer. Catalotme free. ALASKA CRUISES Summer Tours from Peattte via "Inside Passage" to ljind of Midnight Sun. (ilwii-rs. IrHerss, Muumuin. M!r.i?-s Bud Toti'mpoles. Strictly Limited to Fihst Class Rot ni Trip Pa?exgkkm. S.$.QUtfJt, hi, 1 5. 3; S. S. SPOKANE. Mr Jt. 1 Reservations should be mnite at oth-v and secured by deposit. Literature irec. C. D. DUNAMN, fea. Ptsi. Agent Pacific Cms! Steamship Company 112 Market Street, San Francisco