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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1909.
12 Headquarters for CAM Jiiiiiii( B Made of large, etrong, high-grade Bteel vrires, heavily galvanized. Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically everlasting. Never goes wrong, no matter bow great a Btrain is put on it. Does not mutilate or injure Btock. Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs and Pigs EVERY ROD GUARANTEED by us and puarauteed by the manufacturers. Call and see it. We can show you how it will save you uwuey and fence your fields so they will stay fenced. 1 FOR zra OB ,lM,nnw;i i in hi in i i hi EI An Enviable Reputation "Wlien you need a plumber the chances are you need hiin pretty badly. And why not get a good one? Gosart Plumbing Co. 28-30 N. Second Ave. I Phone Main 235. Residence Phone Main 230. i i i 1 1 1 1 m i in i m 1 1 1 1 M SALT RIVER VALLEY NEWS (Continued from page 11.) dren spent Monday with Mr. anJ Mrs. AViil Williams. AV. R. Bratton and family left Thurs day for a month's camping in the hills. They go by way of Roosevelt to view the big dam. Man- Doyle, who was preparing to accompany them, gave up the tri; and rema'ned at home. M. Liit has sold his home ranch to Charles Stevens. Mr. List bought Mr. Stevens' lease on a ranch in the est end of the valley, also his dairy herd consisting- of about thirty-five milk cows and some young stock. The young folks of the List family gave a jarty Tuesday night to their friends. Although they will not be en tirely out of the community, yet they will not bo so closely associated as at present. Mr. and Mrs. List will move Monday. Mrs. Archie Fitzhugh spent Monday with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ellison, of Alhambra. Mrs C C. Groen and children re turned Thursday from Tucson, where they have soent home month. Mrs. Creen returned looking strong and well. They were accompanied home from Phoenix by Mr. Green and stooped on the way for a short visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Green. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sheets and the Misses Linnie and Etta Sheets took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Asa Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ellison visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fitzhugh. Caviness & Hurley drove a large hunch of beef cattle from this part of the country to Phoenix Thursday. The cattle were sold to KJ Farr, a cow Just In SKEETER SKOOT The . Dread of Mosquitoes lias had the greatest sale of any of our sum mer products. Never fails. The O UTI N G SHIRT WAIST See What We - Have Before Buying Elsewhere. FRANCIS 3rd & Washington Sts. SALE BY W. Thayer J i it ii ii mi t: i iHiHuin-t m mi itiimnin mw buyer from Albmiucriiue, X. M., to which point the cattle are to bo shipped. Ora Rennells and S. f!. Rogers are both planting com this week. Mr. a?id Mrs. J. G. ISrooks drove to Phoenix Thursday to make final prep arations for Mrs. Tirooks' trip to Cali fornia, she will S.irt next week. Hob Logue delivered a load of baled hay in P'.ioenix Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson, who live cast of Phoenix, drove out Sunday and s:ent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fitzhugh. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Templin of Phoenix, who had visited during the day with Mr. anil Mrs. Frank Hnv.vn. called on Mr. and Mrs, Fitzhugh. After supper both families drove home. The coyotes have- been making raids on Mrs. Krooks' flock of turkeys. Sidney IJst was the victim of a run away lately in which he was consider ably lamed up, but not seriously hurt. Mrs. J. R Sheets an 1 the Misses Eita and Linnie Sheets spc;il Thursday vis iting Mrs. R. A. Logue. In th.- after noon Mrs. Wiilis and Mrs. McClure called and visited with them. Tom Urown and his son, Walter, !n company with another friend, started for a camping trip Thursday. James Inge wius a Phoenix visitor from Tuesday until Thursday of this week. Miss Stella Oartwrisht called on Miss Hulda Brown Wednesday after noon. Miss Fannie Brooks drove to Phoe nix Friday for a week-end visit with Miss Alpha Mann of that place. The young people of Cartwright Kp worth League who are preparing a "drama" think they are about ready to put the play before the people. This play bids fair to be the crowning event of the season. The youngsters have put forth their best efforts and de voted a great deal of. time to make this play a grand success and deserve a large audience, as encouragement. The correspondent feels sure all who attend will feel that they got their ' money's worth." Watch the dally lo cals for the announcement of this (.-rand play. 'I' 111111 1"M"H"M"H-!' II 1 ! ! I' I RURAL ROUTE NO. 4.. 4 mi iHIWI II SHU Mill FOWLER. Fowler, July 30. Church announce ments:' Sunday school at the Holiness ness church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. At the Baptist church Sun day school at 10 a. m. Preaching service at 11 o'clock Sunday morning and at 7:30 Sunday evening- The union prayer meeting will be held the coming week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Kay with the Rev. Mr. Smith as leader. Prayer meeting was held last Wednesday evening at the homo of Rev. J. H. Smith. Gene Keesier acted as leader. Jennie Lee, Henrietta and Gertrude Persons will never know what a delicious breakfast focd is until they have eaten WHEAT FLAKE CELERY E the ideal food for all classes, the result of years of investi gation. For Sale by All Grocers. T.-?9 Ak ,c Brooks drove to Mr. Allen's Thursday for peaches and spent the afternoon visiting with Misses Viva and Effa Nations. Mrs. Draper of Glendale spent the day Thursday with Mrs. Jim Loyd. - Mrs. Pearl Keesier drove to Phoenix Tuesday and was the guest over night of Mrs. R. S. Keesier, returning home Wednesday. Harry and Wess Miller and Joe Cole man went fishing Wednesday In the large pond at Mr:. Mennels". Luck was cat fish. Miss Dorothy Haynes came home from school Friday to visit a fer-days. She returned to phoenix Sunday even ing accompanied by Miss Violet Hor ton and Harry Miller. Miss Haynes entertained Miss Horton Sunday at her home near the Agua Fria. Glen, Burtis and Miss Gladys Kohl of Isaac were guests at Henry Kohl's Thursday. While the Kohl boys were down they, with their cousin, Wowell Kohl, and Jack Faulkner, Edgar Brooks and Marvin Dills, formed a jolly swim ming party and showed themselves to be expert swimmers and divers, using the Salt canal as a swimming pool and the bridge in front of Bruce Brooks' as a diving board. Mr. and Mrs. Dills drove to Fhoenix Friday morning. linn McDermott of Phoenix made a trip out to his ranch Friday. The Riiptist church has arranged to give an Ice cream social next Tuesday ev-ting on the lawn at the parsonage. The public is most cordially Invited to attend. As we are not over bur dened with social affairs of this sort at Fowler, every one should turn out and help make the evening a success, both social;' and financially. Celeste, Gladys and Paul Smith vis ited with the Browhsberger children at their home Thursday. Mr. an Mrs. Will Rennells were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coleman. Miss Fannie Brooks of Cartwright called at Bruc Brooks' home Thurs day. Bob Lcgue Is busy baling hay. He and others in that part of the coun try wem depending uixn the List baler to lale their hay, but just at the last moment Mr. List sold his baler, making It necessr.ry for them to rustle a crew of their own, having reified a baler. As this week has been such good hay ing weather all those who had hay to put up have been rushing things In order to get through before another rainy Fpell. However, wo have a few citizens who have predicted that our rainy season Is over. Undoubtedly the weather of the past week has rbeen the finest any country could boast of. Too srood to last, bi-t we are all en joying It to the fullest extent while it does last. The grain raisers of the neighbor hood are happy again as a threshing machine can be heard at worK here. The Green thrc sher is at present on the ranch belonging to Francisco Val enzuela. After threshing there it will move to the vicinity of the Marler ranch. Nettie and Ruth Kay and Celesta and Gladys Smith are busily engaged selling cards which represent, each, a brick in the Home Missionary School for Mexican Girls which is being built at Tucson. One dime buys a brick, or card, and the many dimes taken in by the girls aid greatly in the erection of the building. The little girl who Fells the most bricks will be awarded a prize. At present Nettie Kay is In the lead and will probably win.tho prize. Rev. Mr. Gillette of Phoenix came out Sunday and filled the pulpit at the Baptist church, both morning and evening. The iastor at this place. Rev. J. H- Smith, preached In Phoenix, Rev. Mr. Coats having been called to Iron Springs by the illness of his wife. We are sorry to report that Mrs. Jack Harris, who recently came home from the hospital, where she under went a surgical operation, is not so well again. While her Illness Is duo to some after effect of the operation, it Is believed to be nothing serious. The friends of Mrs. Bruce Brooks will be glad to know that she has so far recovered as to be able to come home Wednesday evening. She Is still under the care of a nurse. Miss Fred ericks, who accompanied her home and who will stay until she Is entirely out of danger. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Muddersbach of Isaac called on Mrs. Smith Wednes day afternoon. They also called at the Harris home. Mrs. Wickey and son motored to Phoenix Friday. C. T. Hirst had a party of prospective real estate buyers out from Phoenix Friday morning looking over this part of the country". Mrs. Smith, Edna and Jack visited Mrs. Harris Thursday afternoon. Bruce Brooks and daughters, Nannie and Jennielee, Rev. J. H. Smith and Jack Miller attended the meeting of the Good Templars at Cartwright Tuesday night. They report a most enjoyable time and delightful refresh ments consisting of Ice cream, cake, watermelon, and fruit salad were served. Teddy Moore spent the first of the week visitilng at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logue, while -Pearl Logue visited at the Moore home, returning Wednesday with Mr. Moore as he de livered the mail on route 4. Ruby Logue then went home with Mr. Moore for a few days- visit. Mr. and Mrs. Truge left Monday for an extended visit in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Newburg are looking after the ranch while Mr. and Mrs. Truge are away. Mrs. Newburg and Miss Laura Fields made a trip to the Truge ranch Wed nesday. Sam Green came up from the thresh er Tuesday evening and spent .the night at home, returning Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. ivy attended the meeting of the Good Templars at Cart wriht Tuesday night. - Robert Garnett of Phoenix made a trip out to his ranch near the ostrich farm Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riggins were en tertained at dinner Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Rousseau of Cartwright. Rev. Mr. Davles of phoenix filled his regular appointment at the Holiness church Sunday, being entertained over Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Brownsber ger. Ray Bell spent -Sunday with home folks on the Agua Frla. He returned with a buggy load of watermelons and mUFk melons grown without irrigation. They were unusually large and of a fine flavor. ' George Kay and family spent the day Thursday In Phoenix, where they HEADACHES And neuralgia are Immediately cured with "PAINAIDS." One does the work, a second dose Is seldom needed. They are also splendid for toothache, backache, pains In the side or region of the ovaries, monthly pairs, rheumatism ana sleep lessness. They quiet nervousness and produce calm, refreshing sleep. Guaran teed under the pure food anil drug laws and contain no opium, morphine, chlor al, cocaine or similar habit producing drugs. They are cold In ull drug stores In Hie paukuges; trial size, luc. Sold by Larson Drug Co., Elvey i Hulett. and Bear Drug Store (opposite city halL) were guests at dinner of Mr. Kay's father and mother. People were highly elated Thursday over the extra run of water, but were very much disappointed Friday when they learned that the run had ended. Mrs. Connell, who has been staying at Bruce Brooks' during Mrs. Brooks' absence, returned to Phoenix Thurs day, whpre she will begin sewing Mon day for Mrs. Marler. Mrs. Smith entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kay and -children, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Taylor and Mr. Gillett of Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and Mr. Gillett took supper Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Kai. Miss Violet Horton and James Pierce drove to Phoenix last Friday evening and attended the show. Mrs. p.iilkner, who has been ill with paralysis, has recovered enough to be about again. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Jim Coleman were at Mrs. Brooks' Thurs day. Lottie Bright went to Phoenix Sat urjay night and spent a few days with her grandmother. Mrs. Holmes, who has been suffering with a sprained hip. She returned Tuesday. J. A. Riggins, accompanied by D. M. Sapp and Stanley Howard, drove to Alhambra Thursday night and attend ed the water meeting. J. P. Ivy, also of this district, was present at the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. O. Bright and family were guests in Phoenix Sunday of Mrs. Bright' mother, Mrs. Marler. Clifford Creen came In from the thresher Thursday evening- and spent tho night at the Marler ranch. Roy Sapp and sisters. Misses Goldle and Zoa, were among the guests at a party given Thursday evening at the List home in, Cartwright. Mr. and Mrs. Riggins drove to Glen dale Friclav afternoon and Visited the K. J. Flock ram h. FOR THE INFORMATION OF APPLICANTS. United States iiind Office, , Phoenix, Ariz., July 17. 1909. Notice is hereby given that plats of survey of Townships 6 North, Range 11 East, and Township 6 North, RanKc 12 East, (fractional) G. & S. IL It. & M, including Sections 4 to 9 Inclusive, and Sections 1$ to 21 inclusive, have been received at this office and will be offi cially filed August 19, 1909. On and after which date this office will receive and act upon applications to make entries In said Townships. FRANK II. PARKER, Register. CUAS. E. ARNOLD, Receiver. You enn always get a nice fresh smoke at Jones pool room when In Flagstaff. Opposite depot.. - -riVirt Menthol Shampoo Cools, cleans and is in vigorating to the scalp. For sale at ' . THE BEAR DRUG STORE POTTER & ROZIENE. 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Dr. Hibbard employs none but rational and scientific methods he uses no in jurious ilruKS In removing the poisonous effects of ULOOD ANI PRIVATE DIS EASES from the system. SEXt'AI. WEAKNESS, with ull its baneful ef fects positively cured by the litest anil best remedies. Chronic, nervous, blood, kiiltiey, urinary, bladder nd soecial dis eases treat.nl in a strictly up t-j data manner. ' Consultation Free. Hours 10 to 12, and 1 to 3. The public will please take notic e that Dr. fiilibard has temporarily removed his office to No. JJti West Adams St... corner 3rd Avenue. i PICKLES ' ! I for One Week i Only, We Will Offer a Spe- jj cial Lot of Bot- !! tie Pickles at a Big Reduc- jj tion. We Ad- Ii vertise Only :j Good Goods at :: Low Prices. N E, S. Wakelin H I Grocer Co. I 0ISTR18UT0HS f h 1 1 m 1 1 u 1 1 i m m m LAUNDRY !: SATISFACTION I "The girl from up there," says, Z T there Isn't a collar, cuff, or J t Bhlrt front laundered anywhere , in this country that can com- , , pare with our laundry work. ! PHOENIX LAUNDRY I! J Phone Main 133. iMfMiiim inn 1 1 1 m 'Jrt'l M"I"M' I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I m i l' Johnson SRemsbotfom have removed from 22 North ) Second Street to j. 31 StUTH FIRST AVENUE Z T where' they will be i Meased to T X meeji all eld cutJ.inera an J X j many new one. H"'M H I lit I II 1 1 H I It 1 1