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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1909.
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I M I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I II II I I M 4 TABLES OF REMNANTS The accumulation of the past few months are now 1 icing offered for sale at our store. Everything imaginable in yard goods. If there ever was an op portunity for ladies to buy goods cheap, this is one. You will not be disappointed. Come early before they are picked over and get the choice of selection, W. LUKIN CASH STORE McCiellan and Britton Masons and Builders. Concrete and Cement Work. Jobbing .Solicited. n 1 1 1 1 11 1 h 1 1 y i i i i 1 1 1 ; TRY THE OLIVE X For meals that are best I - in every respect. i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 ! you need a tonic this hot weather. Take A. I' S. Malt Fxtract. 2 So the bottle. Harmer's Drug Store. BE A HOME BUILDER. Own your own property. Sit on your own front porch and. watch your children play in their own shady yard. ;ive the boy a bright new hatchet and see if you are raising a George Washington. Oct ill the swim. Hurry, up, and for bargains in town or country see A. B. TOMLINSON, Real Estate Agent and Notary. Tempe. FINCH & CARR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. Tempe, Aria. Phones: 131, Finch; 179, Carr. THE JUNE BRIDE'S STORE A'.l past satisfactory experience in tlil't Huying combine t make this store ntcL All presents are appre ciated by the bride, but none so much as those that bear the stamp coming from ' FRANK LAMONT Th Jeweler & Optician, Tempe, Ariz. BRICK ICE CREAM Tn any flavor or quantity, upon order, at - ASTERWOOD'S Tempe. WHY SCRATCH A POOR MAN'S HEAD? INVEST - YOUR MONEY WITH -- R. A. WINDES. AND GET RICH. i I HU 'hH-rti-l I 11 I M I I I I I l' t Fresh Vegetables and ::i I Dainties : : i m slock at all-times, !!i the things tljat taste;;! good these warm days. ;;l ARIZONA MERCAN- ;;! tile CO. ::! M 111 1 A"H I I I 1 I I H 1 IHIIt of the GRAF CIGAR. Call Beware of imitations. & DINES. HI II I I I 1 M I M I I I I II 11 I I HI I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I IIHMI I MILK I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I II I TEMPE A HEAVY DOWNPOUR OVER LIMITED AREA The Benefit Derived Were Not Gen eral But Were Confined to a Single Party. There was a heavy shower on West 7 til street Friday afternoon.. The shower extended over a very limited area, however, and. unlike most show ers, which fall alike upon the just and unjust, the only beneficiary of this downpour was Miss Ida Co.mer. As may already be suspected this particular shower was not one of rain, but of miscellaneous articles that will be useful in fitting a home. The shower was tendered Miss Con ner by the memners or the Philathea class of the M. R Church, South, of which she is a member. Though the date has not been pub licly announced, the wedding of Miss Cosner to . H. Bransford will take place sometime in the not far distant future, and the shower was given by the young lady friends of the bride to be an a mark of their affection and regard for ler. E. I THEWS FUNERAL Held Yesterday Afternoon at Four O'Clock Interment in Double Butte Cemetery. The funeral jof K. L. The w.; whose death occurred here Friday morning, was held yesterday afternoon from the M. E. church and was attended by a large number of the friends of the deceased. The services were con ducted by lU-v. Fisk end the re mains were then taken ..lit charge by the Masons, the burial -Ijeing accord ing to the ritual of that order. The Knights and the Odd Fellows also Knights of Pythias and the odd Fel lows also participated 111 the scrvii-es. The Interment was made in the dou ble Mutte cemetery. PERSONAL NOTES. Finas Compton of Phoenix was a visitor here yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Susan Guthrie of Knoxville, 111., who lias been spending the past month here with T. J. Parry and family, left last evening for Pasa dena, Cal., where-she will visit for a time before returning to her home. J. 11. McNeil and Miss Nell McNeil left Saturday evening for Los An geles. A tallyho party of young people attended services at the camp meet ing grounds in Phoenix yesterday. Miss Lizzie fustier left Saturday evening for Pasadena to spend the rest of tile summer with her ; i: tl-r, Mrs. T. IL Jones. The Good Templars will hold a tegular meeting tomorrow evenin::, followed by an lee"-cream social. Prof. F. M. Irish left yesterday inorntmj for F'agstafT -rW-rH-ll"! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1"1 Wouldn't Pineapple Ice f Taste nice for Sunday dinner? Wa can supply you with the best Sliced Pineapple that there X is canned. It is Tillman's. Ijirge can and only ."r.c. Give V us your trade for a month. Parry-Goodwin-Tempe ACCIDENTAL KILLING . LATER DEVELOPMENTS Path p r of the nrtn man I- SEEKS JUSTICE. Would Hjv the Slayer Brought Be fore the Grand Jury. U There is promise of subsequent de Relopment in the ruse of the acci dental killing or IWiii Hido Orusco 1iere at noon Friday liy I)olorts Kates. There were several witnesses to the tragedy and all claim that the shoot ing was unavoidable and purely acci dental. The coroner's jury so re ported the. caae but the father of orosco is greatly incensed over the affair. Me resides in Phoenix and late on the day of the killing came .to Tempe bent upon securing the con viction of the young man in whose hands the gun was when it was dis charged. He insisted that a warrant be served on the young man charging him with murder. The district at torney's office was consulted by tele phone and instructions were given to issue tlie warrant, though tUe attor ney gave H as his opinion that it was a waste of time and would amount to nothing in the end. The ' warrant was accordingly Issued but up to yesterday afternoon had not been served. The officers feel that it Would be useless to keep the young man locket up jn jail for two days for he ran be apprehended at any time if it is still the desire of the father to push the case. It is thought that after-mure mature consideration lie will decide to drop the matter It is a certainty that the matter would never reach the grand jury. Dic;f rechan anil Itubel held a s.Bt ilpiteJ" .examination on the body of TthiftJVcau-ied, Saturday night. This developed nothing further than the details of the wound, and as death re sulted almost instantly this in itstif is an unimportant matter. JULY FOURTH 1909 A VERY QUIET ONE The Only Real Enthusiasm Mani fested Came From the Butte. Yesterday was about the most quiet Fnurth of July that Temp ever wit nessed asid . today will probably be little more' noisy. Only a few t)o.k "the trouble to decorate homes or l.luies of business and the on'y real outburst 'of enthusiasm came from the Butte a few minutes before midnight on the 3rd. This outburst, however, was- suffiflenf in quantity to make Up for the lack of patriotism on the part of the rest of the populace. -patriotic soul did some clever work with about twenty charges of dynamite In a most effective manner. The reports were heard for miles around and a good many people In town, forgetful of the date, were scared out of a year's growth. ANOTHER FAILURE (From S. F. Bulletin, May 1. '09 ) Among many late letters announc ing favorable results there are a number from physicians, all of whom have cases recovering, and one from Hot Springs. Ark., telling of the re covery of two physicians. The same week a physician of this city reported a failure. lie stated that he gave the Compound at the last moment in an extreme case of Ifright't) Uiaease and that he had no confidence in the treatment, and as the patient died a few days thereafter that it confirmed his opinion. The secret of the several successes first refcrrefl to lays in the fact that the physicians realizing the admitted fu tility of the orthodox treatment put themselves or their patients on the Compound before they were in ex tremis. Not so in the last case, and tIS reason for the failure Is obvious. .et us illustrate: We are told that tli-re is a physician in South San '"nmuisco by the name of Gardner wh" has never had a failure in a case ..(typhoid fever. We don't know what hts method is. but will say ttmt when hg fame causes patients to be traiis f.iTred to his treatment after the at tending physicians have declared tlie cae lioiieless lht his failures will then commence, llis successes have leen in cases that sent for him while l lie re was something to work on. it is a fact tlint many eases of iM,ri,fj nuense in extremis have bn rescued, but there is no certainty wficn the treatment is withheld until thi last few days. When Fulton's Renal Compound is administered in time it matters little whether the case be chronic or not. nearly nine-tenths get results tlie teK.tloks to the con trary notwithstanding. Ve agaio say that the mere pres ence of albumen, casts and dropsy in tits chronic stage that are supposed to- make lip an incurable case of llQght'js Disease is now no bar to re covery, providing there is heart and vitality to work on. It is obvious tliat if the treatment is withheld until there is no recuperative power there will also be failures. In view of the declared futility of everything .known up to the develop ment of Fulton's Renal Compound, we ask In the name of conscience how there can be any question in the mind of any human being as to what ought to be given in such cases and why there should be any delay in giving the only thing li the world that offers hope. Fulton's Kenal Compound can be had at druggists. We desire to hear from every case Hot recovering. John J. Fulton Com pany, 212 First street, Kan Francisco, Cal. Literature mailed free. BEQUEATHED PROPERTY TO USE OF CHURCH AFTER ALL CLAIMS HAD BEEN ADJUSTED. The Will of O. M. Hendrick Who Was Killed by Lightning. As late as five o'clock yjsterday afternoon no word had lu-en received here from the relatives or friends of O. M. Hendrick. who was killed Fri day evening at the Redden ranch by a bolt of lightning. In going through the effe8 of the deceased, papers were found that would indicate that he had projerty interests in Kenton. Okla consisting of a homestead and a few lots. The name of a notary pnblic who had taken Hendricks' ac knowledgment on Sept. 19, 'OS, ap peared. As this seemed to I the lat est occasion on which he had trans acted business of any kind in that section of the country, the notary was wired - for information regarding the deceased. Among other things found In the the package of iapers was a will un attested and lacking the signature of any proper official. Whatever bearing it may have upon the effects of the deeased it proved beyond doubt that he was a very systematic- sort of an individual and was as honest as the day is long. The will be queathed all his proiierty to the Southern General ITcsbyterian As sembly, after all claims against his estate should have been liquidated. All such claims were itemized on a separate piece of paper and it was specifically mentioned that a fair rate of interest be allowed 1:1 each sep arate case. The claims were many and varied in amount from one bill of $2UD contracted in January, lk72, to tlie smallest, which amounted to but five cents. On this, interest at tle rate of lu per cent was speci fied. There were a nunilier of other claims ranging from a dollar down and a few larger ones. It was the opinion of Mr. Hendrick. as stated in the will, that the Pres byterian Assembly could become rich by t'l proper working oX the mineral claims on his Umd and he specially directed that tile church utilize the funds so obtaintd in spreading the gospel. The remains will be held a couple of days longer iu the hope that something may be learned of the man's past. In case no such Informa tion Is forthcoming, the body will be Interred here. SHOULD RAIN TODAY According to the Prediction of Weather Sharp. Local Tom Goodwin has been confiden tially predicting for over a week that It would rain today. Mr. Goodwin has a local reputation as a weather sharp and sometimes his predictions come true. It has been known to rain here a good many times on the Fourth of July and as today is prac tically the Fourth, one day removed. It would not le at all surprising if something really happened. GOVERNMENT EXPERIMENTS WITH ALFIUR1A SEED Tha Object Bing to Find Out Why It Does Not Germinate. In connection with the bureau of plant industry of the department of agriculture, the forest service has been currying on a series of experi ments relative to the r seeding of over grazed areas upon the national forests in the West. Among other important forage plants selected for experimental work is the common ulfikwui (erodium cicutarium) of the southwestern des ert country. This splendid forage pkuit grows all over the deserts of southern California, Arizona and New Mexico and furnishes one of the best plants for fattening live stock, es pecially sheep, known to the stock men. It grows in the early spring when green feed is most desirable and in a few weeks will cover the desedt with a rich green blanket un til it looks almost like an all. ilia field. The plant generally reaches a maximtun height of from eight to ten inches inside of six weeks and in six weeks more has all tiled down and bio An away, leaving the ground as bare as a floor. The seeds of this plant have been carried from California in the wool of migrating sheep. Into the adjoining states, but while it will grow at high altitudes, it does not reach ajiy great height above an elevation of 3.IIUU feet. Tile first obstacle the government experts ran ugains twas the impossi bility of obtaining seed in the open markets that would germinate. The seed commands a high price and is tyard to obtain but of samples pur chased from various seed houses the germinating power was ni ver higher than thirteen ,per cent, and the average of several samples was about 8 per cent. In order to determine, if possible, where the fault lay. in the non-germinating of the seeds purchased, the forest service sent one of its ex perts, Arthur AV. Sampson, into the field in southern California where alfilaria was known to be most abundant, with orders to gather seed of this plant and make a careful study of the conditions governing its growth. This has been done and it is very evident that If the seed can be gather ed at the proper time and under proper conditions. It will have a high germinating power. Samples of the seed gathered by Mr. Sampson show- Avoid Nervous Prostration Are you easily excited high strung? Are you lacking the vim and lorce so essential to life's success? Your nerves that's the trouble. Your vital forces are being wasted. At this dangerous period you will find Bafcst Extract because it is free from drugs, a wholesome, strengthening tonic made of choicest hops, blended pleasantly with rich barley malt, ft induces mental peaceand refreshing rest, replenishing the blood and re vitalizing the tired nerve tissues. Intitt Upon It Being Pabtt . Order a Dozen from Your Local Dnif gist l a germination of ov r ninety-one per cent, which is certainly high enough to be satisfactory to any pur chaser. Mr. Sampson has been able to outline a method of gathering thi. seed by which one man can gather a very larfcc amount with very little trouble. Knouh of the seed can be easily secured with a high germina tive power with which to make ex perimental planting on several of the national for sts u here this plant would make an admirable addition to tlie local forage rupply. .Miliaria un der normal conuitions, seems to bo best in a soil compose,! mostly of tlecompo; ed j,r:.nite. hut it in believ ed it w ill f !ou!ish in Most lieht s-andy soils win r.- tin ri is suffi' ieiit moist ure in the early spring to start the grow th. Now that the forest service has shown how to gather the seeds there is no doubt but that I h local seed nun will avail tie i.i elves of the experiment and that in future th" grade of seed sold by seed nu n will be of a much better germiuative .strength. KANSAS CITY MARKETS. Kansas City. July 4. Arrivals of cattle from the range countrv bust week were confined to a moderate nuviber of hi cf cuttle from Colorado fen) lots, which sold up to Jfi.TH. the figure paid for a shipment of Lock hart steers weighing lL'ii'l pounds, and a larue shippe-nt of Arizona mixed grass cattle, which includiil beef steers t to $4 .li.'i, cows and heifers at 13.2.", to H.l.-,. stockers $3.7.'. to $4.20, hulls S'J.li.i. Iklahoma ind Panhandle grass cattle were included in small miiiibers. Prie.-s advanced l!j to 2-' cents last week. iinJ it was the best week from the sellers' standpoint in the last three weeks. Total cattle sup ply today is IS.uuO head, two-thirds of which is made up f grass cattle from below the n.uarantine line. The mar ket on fo.1 steers, butcher cattle in the native division and on stockers and feeders is strong to In higher, but grass cattle are draggy today, and in to .' lower. Very few cattle from the range country are included today. Grass cattle with a corn finish are selling at :.2k to $VSrt. steers more nearly approaching the prime stage br'ng $1 to $! and top steers at J7 in both tlie heavy weight anil yearl ing Classes. Sheep and lambs lost -" to f0 cents last week, but the demand is stronger, prices up 10 to 17, c nts. Run is 5RMI head today, spring Iambs at $S.:1u, and yearlings $t' Halite wethers are onot.-ihle at $4 40 to in. i-ms $4 to $4r, A good many Koats h.ive been taken to the country for browsing pur poses at prices on a level with those being paid for fat goats. $:!.:.( to $:! ;:, Packers are anxious for good stuff, but are iiulifft rent toward the lower grades, and gwits. Country demand for breeding ewes is strong at $4.'.n to $:, in. MSA DEPARTMENT (Continued from page 10.) HERE FROM ROCKY FORD. A. J. Ilarson arrived in Mesa yester day from Rocky Ford and will be In ad Inspector for the cantafoupe shipments hiimiihiiimiimhiiiii A, I Snap in School Land i 1C0 acres Avith $2500 brick house; 120 acres of alfalfa, balance grain all fenced and eross feneetl with 2 shares water. Close to Mesa. Price for short time $8000. Terms. Forty acres two miles out; $2000 brick house, ample accommodations; tract in high state of cultivation. Price $8000. Easy terms. I f PomeroyGuthrie Really J Company f Th Oldest Realty Co. in Mia. Box 247. II II H I II I 1 1 1 1 I H I 1 1 1 III H lH-HH-W-M"r I t ! ii WICKENBURG J 'HIIIM II fr-HW-HH-H-M' MUM F I THE DOT Celebration of the Natal Day at Wickenburg THE FESTIVITIES CONTINUF There Was No Waiting on Account of Sunday But the Greased Pig and Oth er Functions Took Place According to Program. Wickenburg, July 4. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican.) Tie- Wickenburg Fourth of July was one raiid succos, and was attended by a large crowd gathered from all parts oi the territory. The streets were decorated in our national colurs, and tin-works were evident every where. Tlie celebration began with a dance at Holland: grove Saturday nilit. Sunday was spent in a greas ed pig contest, fireworks, a ball game with Parker, and in the evening a show ut tl pera house, which was well attended and enjoyed by every- I one. The celebration will continue; throughout the night and wiil wind up with another bull game with Par ker Monday afternoon. Tile A. A: C. train was held at Wickenburg f. .r the accommodation of the guests that Were le re from that section. It will also be held Monday, July r,th, for those who desire to stay over Sun day to witness the second ball game to be played with Parker. Mrs. William Neagle and children, of Prescott, are in Wickenburg. They came down to visit 'daddy," and you bi t Mr. X.asie was busy setting them up. -Mrs. Neagle will rtturn to Pres cott for the summer, and probably will make Wickenburg her home, be ginning with the fall season. Judge and C. W. Brooks, of Hous ton. Texas, ale in V.'kkcnburg. They will have for the Buck Horn district shortly; win re the gentlemen are in terested in valuable claims owned by the Houston Arizona Mining com pany, of which they are stockholders. W. W. Litto and wife left for the Octave, to be gone for a few days. Mac McCarver left for the hills arly tins morning, probably to es cape the terrors and excitement of the Fourth. John Bozarth. who is a member of the firm of Neagle & Bozarth, the Soft drink experts, returned from Prescott, where he was on business, feeling all ill. It is a well known fact that Mr. r.ozartli does not in dulge, and it is believed a few doses of his own medicine will make him feel like new. Jiiek Rolorts, Jr., has accepted a position with the Central Arizona Kb ctric company. Charley Wolcott, teamster for the Vulture, was in town for supplies Saturday. Angel Contr.-ras returned from the Vulture, w here he w as engag. d in building tin tanks for the company. from this place to the II. Wmwls com mission firm of Chicago. This is the fourth seyson that Mr. Ilarson has been an inspector at this place for this same firm. The gentleman is a brother-in-law of K. I.. Mumford. Pour miles out, under x Consolidated canal, $00 i ;; if jer acre. Mesa Land Company Mesa, Arizona. . -Phone Main 3G-1. 80ACRES1 l"M"l"H"H"t' HI 1 1 1 1 I i 1 1 111 ! 1 ' I 1'HW I H"I 1 M I 1 I I 11 1 I 11 U ! DEPARTMENT f Ii 1 1H-M-M-H S IS t I I I I MI 41 Mr. Strickland, from the Ulack Rock, is a Wickenburg visitor. Lee Roberts left for the Golden Star claims with a load of supplies. Mr. McKay, general manager, and Harold Pent land, night mill man of the Vulture, are in town. Mr. Andy, the handy man, also of the Vulture, returned from Phoenix with a brand new phonograph, which will be used to amuse the men working at the Vulture. Miss F.llen Hughes, of Phoenix, and Miss Kelly, of Congress, both wt II known in Wickenburg. w.re U-Ty to spend the Fourth. They had a very enjoyable time. A. Munderidge and family have taken up their residence on Knob Hill, where they have erected a big tent. Mr. Mand.-riJge, before com ing here, conducted a saloon about six miles this side of Constellation known as Wade's Gulch. T. P. Iozier. surveyor for the Mon arch, is in town. He says the sur vey f..r the new r.ad leading to the mines has been completed. Personal experience with a tub of ManZan Pile Remedy will convince you it la Immediate relief for all forma of piles. Comes put up In a tube with nozzle attached ready to use, and givta Immediate relief. Can be ap plied directly to the affected part, reducing Inflammation, swelling aud Itching. Guaranteed. Price 60c. LARSON' S DRUQ CO. You can always get a nice fresh rnn de at Jones pool room when In 1 1 .gstaff. Opposite depot. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Office Chief Quartermaster. Denver. Colo.. July C. !". Sealed proposals In triplicate will be received here and at office of the Quartermaster at each post below named, until 11 a. m., Au gust 5, 1H, for furnishing Corn, Oats, Bran. Hay and Straw or bedding Hay, required during the fiscal year ending June ?., JUln, at Fort Apache, Fort Huachuca and Whipple Barrac ks, Ari zona: Fort Lojan and Denver, Colo rado; Fort Iia;ard and Fort Wingate, New Mexico; and Fort Iougla.s and Fort Imchesnc, t'tnh. Information furnished upon application here or at offices of respective post quartermas ters. J. W. POPE. Chief Q. M. THE SANITARY BARBERSHOP Instruments and razors sterilized be fore using. Xew location Hotel Vernetta. BILLIE HELM, Prop, Wickenburg When in Wickenburg stop at the HOTEL VERNETTA CAFP AND RESTAURANT The best . in the city. Commutation tickets, 15 meals for $5.50. J. A. Wilbourn, Mgr. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. Motors, Telephones and Klectrical Construction Work of all kinds. CALIFORNIA ARIZONA - E. 8. CON. CO. R. Clemmer, Manager. Wickenburg. PROF. ALFRED MARTINEZ Gives lessons in all kinds of Vocal and Instrumental Music. Prices rea sonable. GENERAL BLACKSMITH Min Work a Specialty. JOHN A. THRONE. Phono Main 33. Wickenburg, Ariz. Chas. F. Jones Manager NEWS NOTES. Mis" Nellie o'ConneH has gone to Prescott for the summer. Donald Mi-Queen has returned from Kansas City, where he went with a trainload of sheep. The dog catcher has been doing some real work recently in dispatching sev eral canities to the happy hunting ground. H"H"H"M I HI i I I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 4 b WELCOME TO MESA. Mesa is dressed up this morn ing. She is expecting more I company today than ever be- I fore in the history of the town. Banners over a hundred feet in J. length have been stretched J T across the streets in dozens of T places, witli the red, white and T A blue in evidence on every side. y The town is prewired to enter- T T tain a multitude and everyone X will be made welcome to Mesa. 4. CAE LOAD Genuine Humboldt FENCE POSTS . just received. L. W. BLINN LUM BER CO. n 1 1 n Mill n mm i in !