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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1909.
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PACIFIC CREAMERY COMPANY. Tempe, Arizona. M 1 1 H I II 1 1 1 1 t Ml It 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 4 TABLES OF REMNANTS The accumulation of the past few months are now being offered for sale at our store. Everything imaginable in yard goods. If there ever was an op- ?ortimity for ladies to buy goods cheap, this is one. 'ou will not be disappointed. Come early before they arc picked over and get the choice of selection. W. LUKIN CA8H STORE - TEMPE I I H I 1 1 t H I M 1 11 1 I 1 I M U M- M'CLELLAND & BRETTEE. Mason and Builders. If you anticipate building call T in and we will draw your plans. T ?! CONCRETE. AND CEMENT WORK. i Tempe. Arizona. IfWI I I Mil I i 1 I 1 I I I MH I HtlMHIl I I H U 1 1 1 1 1 1 H' TRY THE OLIVE J For meals that are best in every respect. MM II MM 1 HHIIHt FOR THAT TAN and sunburn, take Peroxide Cream, obtained in Tempe only at i Harmer's Drug Store. - Land for rent for sorghum, millett or both, for either cash or crop rent. Forty acres, one of the best located in the valley, for sale at a bargain. A. B. TOMLINSON, Real Estate Agent and Notary, Tempe FINCH & CARR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. Tempe, Aria. f Phones: ' 131, Finch; 179. Carr. THE JUNE BRIDE'S 8TORE All past satisfactory experience in Gift Buying combine to make this store noted. All presents are appre ciated by the bride, but none so much as those that bear the stamp coming from FRANK LAMONT The Jeweler & Optician, Tempe, Ariz. ; BRICK ICE CREAM In any flavor or quantity, upon order, at EASTERWOOD'S Tempe. WHY SCRATCH A POOR MAN'S HEAD? INVEST YOUR MONEY WITH R. A. WINDES. AND GET RICH. 1 1 1 1 tn iHHiimmniu ;: Fresh Vegetables and :: ;: .. Dainties :: :; in stock at all times, " the things that taste ;; ; ; good these warm days. ; ; ' ARIZONA MERCAN i: TILE CO. flM I I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 H UM HH 51 - I I H M I ! 11 I H 1 1 I HI I 1 H I I If of the GRAF CIGAR. Call Beware of imitations. & DINES. M 1 I I 1 HM I I I I I I I K it llll IIIIIIIIIIMIIIU MILK WATER IN TURN OR NOT AT ALL THOUGH IT MAY MEAN NIGHT WORK FOR SOME. A Fifteen Hour Run Commences Tonight at 10 O'Clock. The city gets a run of water to night at ten o'clock for fifteen hours. In this connection Marshal Brown, who hua charge of the irrigation Water of the city together with the streets and other things, desires to call the attention of the water users to a disagreeable practice that has been long in vogue. When for instance, the water is turned in the town ditches at some hour in the night as it is in this case, the users at the upper end of the ditches are inclined to fail to U.ke the wa ter at their turn, but wait until the next morning and then take it. While they can hardly be blamed for not wanting to get up in the night to irrigate,, this practice works a hardship on those at the lower end of the ditches for Just when they are using it, someone above is likely to grab onto it when he should have been through irrigating hours ago. Those on the lower end of the ditch have to irrigate in the night every once in a while so the odds are about even. The marshal states that he gener ally allows from eight to ten hours for the water users east of Mill Ave. to finish irrigating. After that time the water belongs west of that street and hereafter he proposes to see that this rule is enforced to the letter If a man fails to take the water when it is hia turn, he looses out and will have to wait until the next run. for the marshal states em phatically that after 8. sufficient length of time has elapsed for those east of Mill Ave. to finish irrigating every check gate will be taken out and the water will belong entirely west of that street. DRUNK AND FIGHTINu Deputy Sheriff Sigala jailed a white John Doe yesterday afternoon. The man was somewhat the worse for drink and in East Tempe engag ed in a scrap with another man. His shirt was partially removed from his back during the course of the combat and he was otherwise disfigured. He was placed in jail and will probably be given a hearing today. I 11 I III 1 1 I I I 1 1 lit 1 I I ill IH- Our Business Is I Increasing Every I Day What Is the Ittason? It is because we 'are here to please the people and to give them the best groceries that money can buy. Our line of fruit and vegetables is better than anyone else carries in Tempe. Our salesmen are courteous and understand their business. Try us for a month. Parry -Good winTempe i -M--H-K ii I M i II 1 M 1 I- TELEPHONE SYSTEM BEING EXTENDED COUNTY DISTRICTS BROUGHT NEARER TO TOWN Four Mile of New Lins in the Kyrene Section. Several extensions are being mado on the suburban lines of the local telephone line in the vicinity of Kyrene. A line is being run from the Norton ranch to the Kyrene sid ing and another one to the Hansen ranch. By this means, the C. P. Mullen ranch, the Hansen ranch, the Whitlow ranch and the siding will all be placed in direct communica tion with town. This section of the country has enjoyed a wonderful development in recent years and the prospect Is bright for even greater advancement next year. Mr. Mullen is farming on a large scale and finds a phone very necessary. The Hansen siding is rather an important switch lust at this season of the year, while sugar beets are being loaded and a phone there will be a great conveni ence. The new extension altogether takes about four miles of line and poles. The work is well under way now and will be finished in a short time. A half mile extension has also been recently made to the Sturgeon ranch, under lease to the Turkey Track Cattle company. DAILY HAPPENINGS OF TOWN AND COUNTRY Little Items of News Totr in Crief Form. Jas. R. Blakely has been appointed substitute rural currier for the Tempe office. F. ft. Sauerwin. who has been spending the winter here, leaves this morning for the Grand canyon. Word lias been received from the Mullen party to the effect that It had reached Roosevelt without mishap. Misses Flora Grier and Alta Holmes of Phoenix were the guests of Miss Louise Lynd Sunday. Sam Reed, formerly of this place, but who Is now holding forth at Raj-, is spending a few days here. Justice Carr was a visitor in Phoenix yesterday. H. C. Sopher, a Los Angeles drummer, was a visitor here yester day. The three lots Just west of the Lukin store on Fifth street have been I sold to Peter Windes by the Tempe ' Lana ana improvement company, through the R. A. Windes agency. Mr. Windes has been spending a few days here and left Sunday evening for Courtland. Miss Alice Windes. who has been teaching at Sierra Madre, Cal., for the past year, arrived here Sunday and will spend the summer with her parents. NON SUPPORT. A warrant was sworn out last week by Mrs. Miguel Noreiga against her husband, charging him with failure to provide for herself and children, the necessities of life. An officer went to Glendale after Mr. Noreiga, who has been working there and returned with him yesterday. He retained the services of Attorney Goodwin, who entered a pica of not guilty. The trial has been set for ten o'clock this morning before a Jury. CROSS WALKS FINISHED. The dirt was yesterday removed from the recently completed cement cross walks on Mill Ave. and the town now presents a splendid ap pearance. These walks have been a distinct addition to the comfort of the residents and will be still more appreciated as soon as there is any wet weather. A FEW SPRINKLES. The greater part of yesterday it looked, like rain and off and on during the forenoon a few sprinkles fell, but the sum total of the pre cipitation did not anount to enough to settle the dust. The indications of wet weather brought Joy to some and sorrow to olhvrs. A good mant" ranchers have hay and grain yet uncared lor: tiny naturally wiuld HNe to see tilt rain hold off a little while. Others ha. their eroos out of the way and' are hopeful of a good soaker. GOOD GRAIN. Frank Say lor has again assumed management of the Kyrene threshing machine for the association of the wirrx name. The machine is doing line work this year, 't is rouipj.ed with a recleaner and though the work may not be as rapid as that of some machines, the result is good clean grain. The machine turned out a fine lot of grain off Mr. Saylor's field of wheat last week. The field averaged 2670 pounds to the acre of No. 1 wheat. READY FOR THE HILLS P. N. Jones of Bloomington, III., ar rived here Sunday afternoon and will Join Grant Jones and family and Byron Redden and family in an ex tended mountain trip. The party Is now getting ready for the outing and will leave early in July. The trip will be made by-way of Roosevelt and Globe and the final destina tion will be the White mountains. The parly will probably be away a couple of months. A NEW AGENT. L. C. Potts arrived here yesterday from Clifton and for the next two months will be the local Wells Fargo agent, taking the place of G. A. Goodwin. Mr. Goodwin has closed his curio store for the summer and the first of the month will leave for the east. He will Join Mrs. Goodwin in Missouri and together they will go on east as far as New York City and on their way back will stop over at Washington, D. C. Elllngsons warehouse does a general storage business and has for sale grain sacks and will buy grain. o BUY YOUR HAPPINESS. You can't be happy if you don't feel like it. But, if you don't feel like it, ou can buy Sexine Pills and thus re store your shattered nerves. Sexine Pills are guaranteed for nervous men and women. 1 a box; six boxes $5, with full guarantee. Address or call E4vy & Hulett, druggists, where they sell all the principal remediee and do not substitute. 1 Q A HOME WEDDING ON THE BUCKEYE JAMES R. MILLER AND MISS MYRTLE BRUNER Preparation Still in Progress For the Fourth of Julv. Buckeye, June 28. (Special corre-1 spondence of The Republican.) Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Newton left for Seat tle and the big fair the other day. They expect to be gone about three months and will give the state of Washington a general looking over while away, besides taking in the big fair. H. W. Davis and W. B. Bruner left for Phoenix yesterday evening. Mr. Davis goes on business and Mr. Bruner will go on to Mesa where he expects to consult Dr. Nelson in re gard to his health. He has been troubled with throat and lung trouble for some time. Mrs. R. H. Campbell and children returned from California recently where she had been with the children while they attended a sectarian school near Los Angeles. The Wessex building that Is being huilt near the local telephone office is gradually nenring completion. All the brick work is completed and the lumber work is progressing nicely. James Carter has almost com pleted a neat dwelling huse on his ranch one mile southwest of town. C. T. Baker has sold his forty acre ranch and cows to Tom Burris and will shortly leave for the Verde country in the neighborhood of Camp Verde, where his wife's father. Mr. Eden, lives. He expects to locate ud there for the future. Preparations are still going on for big Fourth of July celebration here. Sam Webb of Phoenix has leen secured as orator of the day. other things that will interest the old folk and please the children have been arranged for the occasion. There will be a short program rendered In the forenoon and sjrts of various kinds indulged in by the young folk in the afternoon. The celebration will be held on Saturday the third, as the F'ourth comes on Sunday. Married at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bruner, Miss Myrtle Bruner to Mr. James R. Miller. The ceremony was performed yesterday by Rev. M. Tuttle at two o'clock. Both of the contracting iar tics are well known here. Miss Bruner growing up from childhood to womanhood in our midst. She was "hello" girl in our local telephone office until recently, when she re signed her position to make ready for the Wedding. Mr. Miller, while not quite so generally known has a host of friends in our valley that will all Join in wishing him Joy. Mr. Miller came to Arizona from Mis souri two or three years ago and called Phoenix his home until last fall, when he came to Buckeye and secured empjoyment and he now calls our valley home. He Is employed by the Wessex company as foreman on their Hassayampa ranch, where he and his wife will be at home to their friends in the future. It was a quiet home wedding, only relatives being present, with the exception of Mrs. Tuttle and children. The guests were: W. C. Porkman. grandfather of the bride, H. M. Davis and wife, C. T. Baker and wife. I. H. Parkman and wife and J. W. Parkman. RETURNS FROM COAST The vice president of the Phoenix National bank. H. J. McClnng, returned from the coast yesterday morning. Mrs. McClung. who -ent with him, will not return until fall. One of the Essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a vast fund of information as to the best methods of promoting health and happiness and right living and knowledge of the world's best products. Products of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented and which have attained to world-wide acceptance through the approval of the Well-Informed of the World; not of indi viduals only, but of the many who have the happy faculty of sclerting and obtain ing the best the world affords. One of the products of that class, ot known component parts, an Ethical remedy, approved by physicians and com mended by the Well-informed of the World as a valuable and wholesome family laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manu factured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. A.C. GOUNTRY NEVER BUSIER More Work Going On Than Ever Before IN SPUE OF There Are Not, However, So Many Loafers In the Country as There Will Be When the Weather Gets Cooler. I Winchester, Ariz., June 28. (Spe- cial correspondence of the Re- publican.) While reports seem to have gone out that all mining oper ations in the desert country are now at a stand still for the summer, nevertheless as. a matter of fact, the opposite is the real status of affairs, particularly in this immediate dis trict. The Winchester and Vicks burg district are Vnore active today than ever before in the history of the country'- More men are actually working underground than ever be fore, either summer or winter and more properties are being developed. To prove this one has but to look about for the facts. In the first place there are now two good gener al merchandise stores at Vicksburg and one at Winchester, all doing a good business. Until a short time ago there never had been a store closer than Salome or Bouse, with the exception of a small commis sary operated by the Brayfcm Com mercial company several years ago at Vicksburg. The station receipts, both I'-sengers and freight at Vicks burg, are greater for the month of June than for any other month in the history of Vicksburg. It is true the district is short on loafers. What loafers there were have gone to the hills in the northern part of the territory and have left the workers in charge of the district. However, it can be said that the influx of prospectors and grub stak- ers into the district is not large and will not be until this coming fall, when it is expected there will be a very large number of people from all parts of the country come into the district, not only this district hut the entire country along the Ari zona & California railroad, will be well filled with mining men of all classes. The country is mighty well thought of in all sections of the country and thousands of people hu.ve stated that they will visit the desert country, as it is called, next fall and winter. It would be Idle talk to say that the weather is not hot or has not been hot for the past ten days, but it is a safe guess to state that ac cording to the press dispatches the weather in the A. & C. country has been more pleasant than in most parts of the United States. Heat prostrations are unknown in this country and the weather is far from being unbearable, in fact, with the exception of two or three hours in the afternoon the weather Is consid ered quite pleasant. Men working in the various mines are not suffering from the heat. All the shafts and tunnels which are far enough under ground to be shady are being worked as comfortably now as in the winter time and the camps which have tak en the due precaution to provide suitable sleeping quarters for their men to sleep during the day time are having no trouble at all in keeping their men at work and getting as much work during the eight hours as could be gotten at any other sea son of the year. Of course where no other provision has been made for cool quarters, sleeping during the hot part of the day is very nearly im possible, and those camps have to be content with one shift per day. Anaconda Develops Good Ore. . Development work on the Anacon da is progressing as rapidly' as pos sible. The shaft is now down about twenty feet with two shifts working every day. The rich vein is holding its own in size and gaining in rich ness. An excellent ore shoot has just been opened up in the bottom of the shaft showing high grade gold and silver ore running very rich in galena. The pay streak is about three feet wide and dipping nearly straight down following a basalt dyke for a foot wall. Big Horn Keeps Up Steady Work. W. G. Leftwich of Phoenix, who has charge of the development work on the Big Horn property near Win chester is now in camp and states that they will keep a small force of men working all summer doing pros pecting and development work and that in the early fall they will put a good force of miners to work sink ing two or three deep shafts on the most likely places on the property. The summer's work will consist en tirely in prospecting, the property with small holes to find the most available ledges of ore. Tom Morris, formerly superintendent of the prop erty ha resigned and for the present the property will be in charge of Mr. Leftwich and the men will work un der the direction of a foreman. Other Properties. The Stafford mine Is working a full force of men as usual. The Yuma Copper company is working a large force of men and are developing in several places. The Midnight is con tinuing development. G. W. Read is Better Stir up Your Liver a Little! Not too much, just a little, just enough to start the bile nicely. One of Ayer's Pills at bedtime is all you need. These pills act directly on the liver. Made for the treatment of constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, sick-headache. Ask your doctor if he knows a better pill for a sluggish liver. Then follow his advice. working a force of men prospecting and developing his properties near town. A Woman's Crowning Glory. Good hair will often atone for a want of grace or classical outline. In one's mind's eye one can sec the cloud of soft gold hair which frames a thin, white face of features that are loo misshapen for orthodox beauty: or the masses of rich black hair that make one forget a dull skin, a stern mouth, or a big-boned, lanky figure. Red hair is now much admired: and its ruddy tints bring pardon for many flaws, such as no eye-brows, a sharp chin, a flat nose even freckles. And a woman's looks can be saved from ruin by a lovely complexion. From "Plain Women" in the July Strand. Ages and Stage Life. She entered upon her stage life at the age of fifteen, had attained phe nomenal success at twenty. Ten years later she toured the states as a star. She was then twenty-three. Eight years after she left the glare of the -footlights, married, got a divorce and h i mm it 1 1 1 lit linn ii i WICKENBURG T I I t I I ' I I II I I I I I I I 1 1 M I t-I A Dead Body Found Near THE JURY'S OPEN VERDICT The Corpse Identified as That of John Mookum Valuables Known to Have Been in His Possession Missing. Wi( kenburg. Ariz., June 28. (Spe cial correspondence of The lepubll can.) Dan Aldridge and J. E. Postom, who are driving a team from Phoenix, came into Wickenbur,? Sunday after noon with a gruesome tale. While they were coming up the Hassayampa river Just above the railroad bridge that crosses the river, their horses shied. As the team was very tired they decided to let them rest a while and, having nothing better to do, they became curious to know what was tho cause of the horses shying. They soon came upon a pair of shoes and a coat lying just a Ititle ahead of them. While examining them they caught the odor of what they believed to be a corpse. They traced the smell to a thick un derbrush and then discovered the body of a man badly decomposed. His head was crushed. The terrified men put on full speed and reported what they saw to the officers here. Acting Coro ner Riggs immediately left for the scene with a coroner's Jury composed of the following men: Ike Woods, Wm. Poulson, J. A. Throne, Thomas Bis chop, C. C. Short and T. Kofoed. They had no trouble finding the body and after a careful investigation buried the man on a piece of ground in the vi cinity. The jury then gathered up the man's belongings, consisting of his shoes, coat, canteen and hat, and ar rived in Wickenburg late Sunday night. At'TI o'clock this morning the follow ing facts were brought out at the cor oner's hearins: The man "as a Bohemian, spoke German, and his name was John Moo kum. Abe Rowe, bartender at Cow ell's saloon, tells the following story: He says the man came in from Floren tine's camp about twelve miles from Morristown on Thursday morning: ' he was warn and thirsty and wanted a drink saying he had no cash but several checks. Mr. Rowe cashed one of them for ? 17.60. He then had breakfast at Cowell's hotel and Immediately left town, saying that he wanted to make Hot Springs Junction by noon, where he was to meet some one who had a job waiting for him. He started down the railroad track at a. fast walk.. He only carried a large bottle of whiskey with him, just purchased for the trip, and a canteen of water. How the man met his death is a mystery which will probably remain unsolved. One theory is that he was struck by a train as he sat down to rest on the track. The fact that his shoes were removed only tends to strengthen such a story. He was very tired from walking in the hot sun and removed his shoes. He then took a drink of whiskey, and another, until he fell asleeo. It Is said that he was somewhat hard of hearing and as the accident happened near a sharp curve it is more than likely that he was struck by a train and hurled into the brush, where he was found. That his coat and shoes were found away from the track may be explained in the fol SUSPICION OF WIDER returned to her old love at twenty four. Notwithstanding the fact that her long career upon the boards .twenty-five years., has left its marks on her face, she seems as ambitious, and nimble at the head of her own company as she ever did. She Is now twenty-eight. From the July Bohemian. i Deafness Cannot 6e cured ! by local applications, as they cannot reacn me aiseaseu iurnui ui - There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it Is en tirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and unless the i"nmmatlon can be taken out and this lule restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyi for ever; nine i'Rse. out of ten are caused hy Catarrh, which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucoua sur faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by ca tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Take HaU's Family Pills for constiDa- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mi 1 1 1 1 n h i DEPARTMENT f I t I I 1 I I I 1 I t I It I I t M"M-1 V I '"fi lowing way: Some tramp walking down the track might have picked up these articles and as they were not of much value he probably threw them where they were found. Another the ory is that of murder for the purpose of robbery- The dead man had a watch and this was missing. That ha had more than one check was testi fied to, b"t was not found on his per son. He was also known to have had a little loose change before he left. This. too, was gone. No trace was found of the bottle of whiskey. A $1H hill, however, was found 1n one of his pockets, but this may have beon over looked by the murderers. The writer says murderers, because if the man was murdered, it took more than one man to commit the crime. If he was mur dered near the tracks, as he must have been, no blood was visible leadintr from the trail to the brush where he was found. This proves that the man must have been carried there and not dragged. On the other hand, he might have been choked and then dragged to the brush and his skull crushed by throwing the body on the rocks, which are plentiful near the scene where his body was found. After much deliberation the jury re turned the following verdict: "John Mookum came to his death by a blow on the head rendered by some cause to us unknown." Sam Franklin, owner of the Gem sa loon, who is suffering from ear trouble, has gone to Phoenix to consult a spe cialist. R. Clemmer. manager of the Cali fornia and Arizona Electric Construc tion company, reports that he soon ex pects to construct a telephone lino from Wickenburg to the Vulture mines and from there ta the U. S. copper mine. The wires, which will cover a distance of about thirty-five miles, will connect with the long distance of the Consolidated Telephone company here. A. F. Simpson, consulting engineer of the American Reductitn company, and whose ankle was painfully injured a few days ago while inspecting some timber framing at the company's plant, is very much improved. J. C. Reed, the merchant and real estate man, has just started construc tion of a frame house on his 40x150 lot on Center street adjoining the opera house. If Mr. Reed keeps up his present building pace he will soon need an office staff to look after his real estate holdings. He certainly has faith in Wickenburg's future. C W. Piatt, superintendent, and T. P. Dozier, surveyor of the Monarch mine, returned from the scene of op erations today. They report that work on the property is progressing satis factorily. Mrs. M. J. Riggs. who has been very ill for the past few weeks, is very much improved. THE SANITARY BARBERSHOP Instruments and razors sterilized be fore using. New location Hotel Vernetta, BILLIE HELM, Prop., Wickenburg. j When in Wickenburg stop at the HOTEL VERNETTA CAFE AND I RESTAURANT t The best In the city. Commutation tickets, 15 meals for $5.50. J. A. Wilbourn, Mgr. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. Motors, Telephones and Electrical Construction Work of all kinds. CALIFORNIA & ARIZONA E. S. CON. CO. R. Clemmer, Manager. Wickenburg. PROF. ALFRED MARTINEZ Gives lessons in all kinds of Vocal and Instrumental Music. Prices rea sonable. GENERAL BLACKSMITH ' Mine Work a Specialty. JOHN A. THRONE. Phone Main 31 Wickenburg, Ariz.