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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN,' MONDAY MORNING; JULY 5, 1909.
It Is admlttt-d that Fright's I'M sens of the kidneys causes more deaths In the United States than in any oth er country; that more than half the sickness In . America Is due to weak or diseased kidneys. We are a weak-kidnoyed people, and the reason is plain. Ambitious to enjoy more than a mere living, to have all the pleasures that our neigh bors have, anxious for wealth and success; we overwork, rest little, eat and drink unwisely, and are "on the K" all the time. This strenuous life of today tells on the kidneys. The human body was planned for a simpler life. There Is just so much work that each organ can do. The kidneys filter our blood day and niht, receiving it In a ceaseless stream, draining off the poisonous impurities. This duty is lwvy enough In a normal average life, but when we work early and late, give up rest and repose for en joyment, and retire late to troubled sle-p, the work of the kidneys is in creased enormously. Every bit of en ergy consumed throws into the blood a quantity of waste like the ashes of a tire, and if the using up is too rapid, the kidneys cannot keep pace with it. A cold, chill, fever," strain or any excess may hasten the inevit able breakdown, and as the circula tion of the blood never stops, the kidneys have no time to rest, no chance to mend. Sick kidneys can not get well alone. Th- fir.t warnings of kidney weak ness are dull, aching pain in the back, retention, excessive flow, discoloration fD OAN'S Suld hy all dealers. SALT RIVER VALLEY - TRIPLE YOLKED EGGS! Even the Chickens in This Country Are Enthusiastic in Their Work. A long. lean, p.iunt, and bilious in dividual shuffled into Gass Rros'. res taurant last evening, during a rush, and after lolling ,v-r the counter for several minutes, drawled out, in an unaccented nasal tone, "Vot cher got?" " What do you want?'' "I don't know, nottiin's good in this burs " 'How would a nice egg omlet strike you?"' "Huh, eges. you don't know w hat i gjrs are in this blasted "ountry." "Hum. perhaps one of these might ho npp tizir.f:." said the juggler of short orders, placing before the protruding eyes of the knocker, a dish containing an egg with three yolks. The individ ual with the deeply sunken eyes, made a bee-line through the door, and has not been seen since. Rut the egg has been seen by many people since the incident above relat ed occurred, and it was a rod egg. not the fancy of the long lean, bilious in dividual who wasn't certain what eggs are in this country, especially after he had been in town all day. After all the fellow was mere than half right, for one can never tell whether the eggs in this cour.trv have one, two or three yolks until after he breaks them to see. He can be certain of one thing only and that is that they have one yolk anil that is saying a great deal for in some sections at this season of the year they cannot be denended upon for even that much. Hut here in Ari zona the conditions for poultry raising are so nearly ideal that almost any kind of a hen can lav an egg with one yolk in it. a good hen lays double yolked fruit and a real good standard bred fowl surprises nobodv with trip lets. In fact C. R. Wood had a thor oughbred roost r that laid an etrg last year at the fair ground during the big exhibition. At least the egg was found with the bird which was never able to clear itself of suspicion. P.ut to le eminently fair it should be stated that trij.le yolked eggs are the exception rather than the rule, even at (lass's restaurant. ' mm Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove ensures quick work and a cool kitchen. The " New Perfection,'' has a substantial CABINET TOP for warming- plates and keep ing; food hot after it is cooked. Also' drop shelves on which to set small cooking; utensils every convenience, even to bars for holding; towels. & Hade in three sizes. Can be had either with or without Cabinet Top. If not at your dealer's, write our nearest agency. The h Ren powerful light and barns for hour with one tilling. Portable, Mic, convenient just what every home seeds. Ii not with your dialer, write our nearest agency. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated) THE LAND OF WEAK KIDNEYS Why Kidney Troubles Are Common in America KIDNEY Price 5o cents. FosTtaMatuRN Co.. BuiT&lo. THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF HAIRBREADTH HARRY He Saves a Child From the Raging Canal. . Whew! remarked Hairbreadth Hur ry as he wobbled into the sanctum last evening. I rather reckoned on a quiet Sabbath, but I didn't figure on the small boy, which seems to have included about nil the male sex of Phoenix yesterday. Trifles like cannon crackTS. nigger chasers and innumerable other noise devices which delighted immensely the ordinary throng palled on Harry, and caused htm to seek a iuiet nock. While in ouest of said nook "a ter rible thing h.'ippt ned." Approaching the banks of the large strtiun (Hurry thought it Wiis a river) running through the center of the town he was horrified to sec a young child lose its balance and plunge headlong into ttie madly rushing waters. ' Site's a goner," shouted our hero for the waters were rapidly carrying the helpless chee-ild to destruction. "I will save herl" roared Harry, "even though the laundry girls are on strike and this is my last clean collar," and with a mighty bound he plunged into the swirritig tossing waves and emerged with the baby clinging tightly to his neck. By this time a huge crowd had Slithered aud while sugges tions of a suitable reward for his dar ing and bravery were being discussed our hero managed to make his escape, just as the mother of the beautiful babe was making a dash for him to add her quota of tears and thanks to his overburdened nerves. "I'm' going to turn weather prophet." remarked Harry as he sadly started for his hotel, "a fellow don't need to be a hero. Fair tomorrow." THE MARRIAGE OF DICK WICK ' HALL C.'irJs were received in the ! city announce in the. marriage at Is Angeles on June 3d of Dick Wick Hall and Miss Sarah Katherin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas John Heard. Be fore apprising his friends of this event, Mr. Hall waited until he was .safely out of reach, for the announcements were mailed from Omaha, Neb. Don't Heat the Kitchen All the necessary family cook ing; may be done as well on a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove as on the best coal or wood range By using; the "New Perfec tion" Oil Stove, the annoyance of an overheated and stuffy kitchen is entirely avoided,even in midsummer. The scientific construction of the u EVERY PICTURE Jffo 1 I TELLS A STORY." I PERFECTION Lamp iSS and very handsome Gives a or scalding of . the urine. This tells of kidney congestion or Inflammation. Neglect the trouble, and dlxzlpess, ' nervousness, rheumatic pain, swollen ankles and limbs, dimming of the eyesight, sediment in the urine, or fluttering of the heart will mark the near approach of dropsy, gravel, stone in the kidney, diabetes or Bright! disease. Only In one way can kidney disor ders be checked and cured by prompt treatment of the kidneys themselves with a special kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kidneys only. They cure sick kidneys, clear and regulate the urine, relieve strain upon the heart and nerves, and cure back ache, rheumatic pain and dizziness. They are recommended at home by people you know. PHOENIX PRObF. Ira M. ALspaugh, of 127 E. Van Ituren St., Phoenix, Ariz., says: "The merits of Doan's Kidney Pills are unquestionable. For about six months there were symptoms which plainly indicated, that my kidneys were not performing their functions properly. I was so much impressed with an ad wrti.se men t in . favor . of (Joan's Kidney Pills that I Immediately pro cured a box at a drug store. I re ceived almost immediate relief upon commencing their use and steadily improved until my kidneys were re stored to their natural condition. I highly recommend LVan's Kidney Pills to other sufferers " PILLS N.Y.. Proprietors. FRANKLIN CAR IS A HUSKY MACHINE A Fight It Put Up Recently In Grand Forks, North Dakota. What a husky, though small, auto mobile is capable of doing when it Is turnetl loose in the street and can ca vort unguided amonir trolley cars and Hieing pedestrians and make repeated attempts to batter in the side of a brick building, was demonstrated a few days ago at Grand Forks, X. D. A franklin touring car of is horsepower, beloniiiK to G. J. Murphy, counsel for the Great Northern railway, was the central figure in the performance, which had many onlookers as tle car started directly In front of the post office and nicked a course through thoroughfares where people were nu merous. "Mr. Murphy left his car standing in front of the postoffice building," said one who was close at hand, in describ ing the event afterward. "All of the occupants went into the postoffice, und it is stated that some boys tam pered with the gear shifting lever. "On returning to the car the two la dies in the party entered the tonneau, and Mr. Murphy closed the switch, und went around in front of the car to crank it. The throttle was about half way open, as neurly as can be learned, and on the firVt turn the car started ahead. "lnstad of getting out of the way, Mr. Murphy tried to hold the car back with his own weight and strength. In stantly realizing that this was an im possibility, he then attempted to get out of the way. but the oar started too fast for him to do tlds, so he tried to dainher up on top of the hood. "He .climbed up, but the road was so rough and he was so excited that he fell off or was shaken off. A front and rear wheel ran over him. and some part of the car caught and tore his clothi. There were no bones broken, but for four or five days he has been about as sore a man as you could find. "As the car got away down the street the ladies in tte tonneau in their fright jumped out, leaving the car without Kissengers or driver. It ran within 12 inches of a street car and crossed the busiest street in the city. "Starting for the side entrance of a fivfjstory hotel, it broke down an Iron railing and pounded into a brick wall, knocking out several bricks. Thrown back by the recoil, it again leaped for ward, and the way it would return to the attack each time after rebounding with the power of its own engine was something to look at. The tonneau would go up in the air each time the car hit the wall, at which it hammered for about three minutes before -anybody had courage enough to step up and pull the switch. "It looked like an attempt of the car to end its own existence, but the worst that It could afterward show as evi dence of its riot down the street was a bent sliank on a spindle, a broken fender and a slight bend ot the leaves of a front spring. The car was a light one or Mr. Murphy might have been killed." , o COAST BASEBALL. At Is Angeles: It. H. E. Los Angeles 2 G 0 Vernon . . 2 4 1 Hatteries Thorsen and Orendorff; Willets and Hogan. Afternoon game: H. H. E. bos Angeles 2 3 2 Vernon 1 6 6 Batteries Nagle and I toss; Italeigh and Kinkel. At Sun Francisco: K. II. E. Portland 10 12 2 Oakland 2 10 2 Batteries Garrett and Armbruster; Tonneson, Christian and Lewis. Afternoon game: R. H. E. Portland 2 ( 0 Oakland , ... 1 7 8 Batteries Harkness and Fisher; Nelson and Lalonge. At Sacramento: It. H. E. San Francisco 2 5 1 Sacramento 0 3 2 Batteries Willis and Berry; Ep man and Byrnes. FILLING FAST There are Now Only Two Unoc cupied Collages ARRIVALS OF LAST WEEK Week End Visitors and Residents More or Less Transient Subsidence of a Fright at an Epidemic in the Sister City. Iron Springs, Ariz., July 3. (Spe cial Correspondence of The Republi can.) And still they conic! The fol lowing pleasure seekers have arrived in camp since last week's correspond ence, which now leaves only two or three cottages still unoccupied. The latest arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Moore and family and Mrs. Moore's niece. Miss Elsie Pott.-r; Mrs. Dave Goldberg and son, Harold; Charles Orme, Ernest Bennett, Rev. and Mrs. Coates, .Mrs. Aaron Goldberg and the Misses Hazel and Selma Gold berg. Mrs, Lloyd Christy and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Murphy and Miss Lois Murphy, Mrs. Ralph Murphy and family. Mrs. Walker Bennett and Miss Marion Bennett, Mrs. Mullen and family, Mrs. Gordon and her two daughters. Sam Easterling and Fen S. Hildreth are week end visitors. Miss Hazel Martin spent last Sat urday In Prescott. Miss Helen Alexander visited Pres cott on Saturday. Donald McQueen, who has recently returned from Kansas City, arrived in camp last week and remained for several days. He left on 'Thursday for his ranch in Mesa. Captain J. L B. Alexander spent Saturday and Sunday with his fam ily. There has been 'quite an epidemic of diptheria in Prescott and bulletins were posted ir the store here request ing the campers to refrain from vis iting that town or receiving visitors from the city until conditions shall have improved. We are glad to say, both for our own sakes, , as well as for the "sister -ity," that the scare was quite a bit exaggerated and that it Is now quite safe for visitors to pass back and forth between the two places. Quite a number of the campers at tended the opening of the Yavapai club in Prescott last Thursday even ing. Those who went over from camp were Mrs. L. H. Chalmers and daughter. Miss Raima Chalmers, Miss Mary Jenkins. Mrs. J. L. B. Alex ander and Miss Helen Alexander. Prof, and Mrs. K. G. Heinrich, Mrs. Collings, Donald McQueen, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Moore. On Wednesday ivening Miss Helen Alexander delightfully entertained at a "Moonlight garden fudge party." Fudge was made by Miss Hazel Mar tin, with the valuuble assistance of "Cher' Donald .McQueen. The only otijt'ction that was raised was that the "cher' was too slow in serving. lsn Investigation by a special com mittee they found upon entering the kitchen, the chef seated on a ft. Mir barrel feeding the cook cookies. How ever, the fudge was soon served and quickly disappeared, ami was pro nounced a decided succi ss. .After the fudge was gone the party ' proceded to the pavilion, where the festivities continued . until the. wee 'sma hours. Those who enjoyed Miss Alexander's hospitality were Mr. and Mrs. Karl G. Heinrich. Miss Raima Chalmers, Miss Hazel Martin. Miss Ruth Ben nett, George 1. Morris and Samuel Henry' Morris, both of Prescott, Don ald McQueen and Joe Bradford. Mr. Kulweiler arrived In camp last Sunday and It ft for the south again on Monday night. Mrs. L. H. Chalmers visited Pres cott last Monday, accompanied by her daughter. Miss Raima. We have had several good thun derstorms during the week, which have cooled the atmosphere off de lightfully. There will be a formal dance in the pavilion tonight, the first one of the season, and quite a numlier of Phoenix young men are expected to arrive on the Merry Widowers, oh! I should say "Summer Widowers" train. Mrs. Karl O. Heinrich will organize From the States These are on the "States Register:" C P. Hart, .Menasha, Wis.; Henry Zeuner, Trunzig, Germany; P. P. Parker, Coaticook, Quebec, and Bowl ing Green, Ky.; Dick Erdmans, Ros koop, Holland; A. D. Towns, Alex andria City, Ala. Call and register. See who's here from your state. Fourth of July Post Cards in large variety. Flags for decorating. Fast color Flags, 5x8 feet. 12.00. . Flags from the Tost Office News Store now float . over the Capitol building and the stage of the Coli seum theater. Who in the Cartwright district lost a sacred , pin? It's in our Lost and Found department. Postoffice News Store BOOKS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. Security Of Oldest and Lprgcst in the Southwest Statement of Condition at Close of Business, June 30, ! 909 RESOURCES Loans Bonds Krai Estate . Furniture and Fixtures... .Safe Deposit Department and Vaults Cash and Sight Exchange Total Increase in Deposits in Last Six Months $3,309,996.77 Special Features Twenty yean of continuous success. Most centrally located Bank in the advanced business sec tion. Loans made at lowest pre vailing rates of Interest on best securities. Ml loans first investigated then approved In writing by the entire board of fourteen Directors. No unsecured or commercial loans made and loans are nev er made to officers, directors or employes. Banking room facilities and Safe Deposit department un r -1 UV. St surpassed In the West. Security THE first of the month will soon be here and your monthly trouble with collections will commence again Why not da away witri all these difficulties of getting your money by turning over your bunch of b!U to me? I will make your collections much better than you can afford to do it yourself. I will do your work at a more reasonable rate than you can by any other method of collecting Phone Main 47 after 3 p. m., or write Box B, City, and I will call aud explain my proposition YOUR MONTHLY COLLECTIONS a dancing class for the young chil dren in the camp. , The new pump was installed last Monday and is now in running ordi-r. o t . .... There are many people wno suffer from Backaclu, Rheumatism, Lumba go and similar ailmenU who are not aware these are symptoms of Kidney trouble. Pineules for the Kidneys act as a tonic and regulator to Kidneys and Bladder. They tone and Invigor ate the entire system, relieve the pain, ID days' trial 100. LARSON S DRUG CO. Wanted Boys 15 to IS years fur machine work. Girls and women for ironers. Good wages. Arizona Laun dry. Anyone contemplating spending the summer at Flagstaff will find all the modern conveniences and good service at Commercial Hotel. We keep all the Arizona panern on file. J. H. Dona hue, Mgr. CUT GLASS Nothing Sets Off Fresh Fruit for the Luncheon LIKE CUT GLASS. We carry the finest line in Arizona Hawk's the latest cre ations from the world's best makers. FA.111LDEKEFAN "The Store of Qualities." iflViffMjS Los Angeles, California, .$15,395,599.92 4,638,630.33 63,093.36 135,000.00 124,925.32 3,(3,114.80 $23,980,670.23 Total mm: T rriili: r:j . i rti L- u t '!irf t -r rt M Tj i iTiC " 1 i vim Srrcrri m-riu it a S a cjm.M.jjUr3-f,s3i tin pjj a fl ft t! !i 131 U lilfUUif i SECURITY BUILDING Occupied by Security Savings and Security Safety Vault SAVE MONEY Phone Main 47 You Autd Have An Atito Piano The musical instrument that all can play and enjoy. Transformed from a fine piano to an artistic player piano in 2 SECONDS TIME 2 Your old instrument taken in exchange. Terms to suit. Rede will's 222 West Washington St. Phone Main 269. H 1 1 1 H"H"t"H"H li ', I I M 1 I t I t During Warm Weather You will find Meats procured at the Hackett Mar- i ket far superior to melons. If you have that tired ? feeling and your Meats don't please you, call Main 132. Our Meats will make you forget the heat. The Hackett Market X 31-33 E. Washington. IHlil III I 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 IM Established in 1 259 liabilities; Capital .Stock Paid in. . . . .$ 850,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 581,542.13 Deposits 22,549,123.10 $23,980,670.23 Individual Depositors 51.097 Interest to Depositors for Six Months' Period Ending June 30 S3I8.835.8I This Bank transacts a STRICT LY SAVINGS business in ac cordance with the STATE SAVINGS BANK ACT. Pays to depositors HIGHEST RATE of Interest, and on most favorable terms CONSISTENT with safe banking. A j INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and on Six Months' Certificates of Deposit. 3 J ON SPECIAL (ORDINA- RY) SAVINGS AC COUNTS. May be checked without book. You are invited to open an ac count with this strong and con servative Savings Bank. Bank W. KNORPP AT THE REPUBLICAN J il'H'l IIH1' Ull 1 I H III 1 I 1 t Phone Main 132 - i t MM lit I I I I M I 1 lilt 1 1 HI