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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1909.-
8 ESCBBH8B1 I The Raymond Teal Musical Comedy Company NEW SONGS Reserved I Presenting Billie Friedlander's . Jg Lovett's t i ioirn I Pnmprlu SnrrAce X and NEW DANCES PLENTY OF FUN Drugstore. T" ' w , . . ,. $ 35c. Ieh Gay Mw lfA AT THE THEATER SALT RIVER VALLEY NEWS BY REPUBLIGAM'S m ii i ii linni 1 1 RURAL ROUTE N0.1. CREIGHTON. " Crcishton. July 30 The party given Thursday evening by Miss Rema La Toiirrotte proved to be one of the most enjoyable occasions of the season. It was in honor of her brother Lyman, first to celebrate his twenty-first birthday. which oc curs next week and secondly as a farewell to him as he leaves Saturday morning ith the X. G. A. rifle team. The evening was spent playing games, etc , on the porch and lawn which had been decorated with Japanese lanterns. At a late hour refreshments of cake and sherbets v.-ere served, after which the guests adjourned to their respect ive homes, tired and happy. Those to enjoy the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Chiries M. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Osmonuson. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mathers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Karls, Mrs. W. F. Mathers. Mrs. Pauline Pet erson, and the Misses Gertrude Bivin, Gladys Kitzhugh, Alvina Peterson. Harriet Beller. Inez , Thrift. Ruth Creighton. Lilly Malay, Margaret Cur tis. Emma Curtis, Josephine Mollet, Lihby Kleck. Mary Perkins, Abbie Smith. Vera Moore. Vida Moore, Edna Stowell, and Messrs. Fred Bivins. Wal rus Pivins. Marion Mathers. Paul Mol let. Jake Kleck. Guy Chism. Maurice Curtis, Earl Hill. Harrison Williams. Harold Attenburgh. George Peterson, Frank Gegax and Theodore Hardwick. C. M. Etter was in town on business Thursday. Mrs Robert Bivins suffered an ac cident last Saturday evening that might easily have proven fatal. She and Mr. Bivins had just returned from town and had driven to the barn where the horse was stopped. Mr. Bivins arose preparatory to leaving the vehi cle when the horse became frightened and gave a lunge throwing Him over the dashboard and beneath the buggy. Wilrus Bivins who was standing near caught the animal by the bridle bit. Jerking loose the horse flung him into the1 barn several feet away. Mrs. Biv ins. who by this time had. managed to get out of the'rig grabbed the horse by the head. The tetter reared and throwing her began to paw and strike and before the men could beat it off. had bruised her quite badly. One hoof struck her in the middle of her back, causing the most serious injury sus tained. Mrs. Bivins has been confined to her bed all the week but was re jHirted better today. V number of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McAvoy, sprung a pleas ant surprise by dropping in on them Friday evening. The evening was spent plaving five hundred. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cham Imts, Mrs. V. X. Price. Miss Mae Mc Avoy, Mr. C. L. Dalton and Stanley I'rice. .. Mrs X. C. Moore was calling on Mrs. Henry Schrader. Friday. The young people of the district are planning a hay ride, for . Saturday night. ' Little Margaret Fosburg celebrated her fourth birthday last Friday. Miss Margaret received a number of very beautiful presents of which she is very proud. Two threshing outfits have been at work in the district this week, one on the Tweed ranch," and the -other be longing to Fred Tait. threshed for J. H. Rhodes. R. J. Wilcox, H. W?. Pierson, O. J. Thrift,J. Eyer and Frank Baum. Charles Schiele is reported as being worse the latter .part of the week. Miss Edna Kleck was calling at the J. B. Mollet home Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Osmondson were calling on Mr. "and Mrs. Chester Math ers Thursday afternoon. Jesse Kleck was hauling grain to town Friday. Mrs. W. J. Argyle was visiting in the Wilson district the fore part of the week. "... , H. M. Weber was a business visitor in the district Monday. J. Kleck returned Saturday from, a short visit to Prescotf, where he went with a view of deciding on the de sirability f that city as a summer re sort. Mr. Kleck says he was most MARTINEZ " Gypsy favorably Impressed and that he will return with his family soon. Victor Husten was in the district Monday, collecting for the People's Independent Telephone company. Mrs. Xellie Rhineheart will occupy the CVXell residence while Mr. and j Mrs! O'Xeil are at the coast. j John Irnhach has received a con j signment of date palm suckers from the date I arm near j empe. T T. Powers is stacking hay this week. t I Miss Emma Irion visited Thursday with Gertrude Beller. H. W. Chambers and It. B. McRill are hauling grain for J. H. Rhodes. Robert Etter is hauling baled hay to town this week. Miss Gladys Fitzhugh spent Satur day and Sunday on her father's home stead south of town. , John Riordon is planting corn this ( week. . 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Chambers visited with the former's folks in the Wilson district one day this week. Earl Hill was calling at the Leyh man. ranch Thursday. X. C. Moore is giving his house a' new coat of jiaint. Beginning Satur day Mr. Moore will carry the mail on R. F. D. Xo. 2. while George Peterson Is away with-the rifle team of the X. G. A. Egly brothers have been erecting a water tank for J. J. Sidel! on his homestead east of Clayson's ranch. Miss Josephine Mollet visited with friends in Glendale Thursday. Frank Gegax spent Wednesday night at the Kleck ranch a guest of Jake. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kleck entertained a number of friends Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Chester Mathers visited with Mrs. T. F. Brown Tuesday: '.' .' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chambers vis ited with Mr. Chambers parents in the Wilson district Saturday. Mrs. Fred Karls visited with Mrs. W. F. Mathers. Tuesday. Mrs. Jesse Kleck was calling on Mrs. E. T. Smith, Tuesday. Corporal Marion Mathers left Friday morning for the target range at Fort Huachuca. Lyman and Rena LaTourrette at tended the party given at the Acuff home west of town Friday night. Mrs. S. A. D. Curtis ami daughter. Emma, left Friday morning for Los Angeles, where they will spend the rest of the summer. Jay Eyer will carry the mail on R. F. D. Xo. J, during the absence of Ly man La Tourrette. the regular carrier. Jake Kleck is hauling grain this week. John Creighton has been helping with the haying on his brother Wil liam's ranch. Mrs. A L. Bates was shopping in the city Tuesday. W, F. Mathers was a caller at the Pritchett ranch Thursday. Mrs. Lena Irion entertained Mrs. Eva Agner, the Misses Annie and Iuise Agner and Mr. Andrew Kappel mire at dinner Sunday. . Joe Carver had the misfortune to step on a rusty nail last Friday. The nail penetrated his foot for some depth causing a very painful wound, though, as he gave it immediate attention It' did not prove to be serious and he Is again able to walk. . , R. J. Wilcox has his beet crop all harvested. .. , Our people continue to enjoy the open air theaters in town and familiar faces may be seen there every night. A number of our young people at tended the party given by Miss Lily Malay at her home on the Tempe road last Saturday evening. A very good time was had by all. Those from our district to enjoy the event were the Misses Mary Perkins, Abble Smith, Inez Thrift, Harriet Beller, Rena La Tourrette and Messrs. Fred Bivins, Marion Mathers and Wilrus Bivins. Mrs. F. Tuck visited with Mrs. H. II. Creighton one evening the fore part of the week. . WILSON DISTRICT. Wilson. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Osmondson enjoyed (?) a charivari last Friday evening. It is to be hoped that all tlie,chil dren of. the district saw the warning regarding the electrict towers in The .-.t-u.-.-.w g ,-? rtr & MARTINEZ I : ' r ': - Musicians regarding the electric towers In The to be tested any day so the parctice of climbing the poles luid beet be aban doned or perhaps the yimngster might be called upon to climb still higher. Mrs. Barry spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Tom King. Mr. Tait. after securing a house in Prescott. returned and took up his family last Saturday morning. He took an unfurnished house and had furni ture shipped from home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Black spent last Sunday In Phoenix the guests of Mrs. Black's father. Mr. Queen. Mrs. P. I. Edson spent Tuesday in town with her mother, Mrs. Tower. Wllsonites seen at the Grand last Saturday evening were, Mrs. I. F. Johnson and girls, Mrs. W. E. Barry and girls, Mr. and Mrs.-Wilcox, Tom King. Jack McOulre and Mr. Connelly. Mrs. Tom Iving spent 'Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Thomas McAvoy of Creighton. Mrs. Charlie Thompson is expecting her sister. Mrs. Keith on Saturday, Mrs. Keith is returning from Los An geles where she has been witnessing the Elks' celebration. Mrs. W. E. Barry, with Bettie, Alice and Kathryn. left Friday morning for a week's visit with Mrs. J. B. Gray in Skull Valley. Miss Alpha Williams of Phoenix is si-ending a few days with Miss Mary Curtis. Jim Black and family are tenting on the piece of ground he has rented off the Murphy place and on which he has watermelons. He w in, move onto his own place in a short time and Chris Black and wife will move in the Barry home for a while. Mrs. Curtis and daughter. Miss Em ma left Thursday evening to spend the remainder of the summer in National City. Cal.. where Mrs. Curtis has a brother living. They will be met in Los Angeles by Mrs. Curtis' brother. Last Saturday evening Miss Lillie Malay entertained in honor of Miss Emma Curtis before her departure for the coast. The lawn was prettily dee orated with Japanese lanterns and with music, panics and refreshments of ice cream ami cake served at mid night. Tiie evening passed all to quick ly for the jolly young people. Those v. ho enjoyed Miss Malay's hospitality were Miss Mary Perkins. Miss Abbie Smith, Miss Inez Thrift. Miss Harriet Heller. Miss Evelyn Williams. Misses Harriet and Adele Hayois, Misses Mar guerite and Emma Curtis, Miss Rena La Tourrette and Miss Lena Mclntyre, Wilms and Fred Bivins. Marlon Math ers, Maurice Curtis. Harrison Williams. Anton Gold, Jim Haskell. Guy Chism, Jim Wilson, Victor Houstan and Ed ward Stouder. Mr. McKee, till two years ago a res ident .of .this neighborhood is expected back to assist in the building of the new slaughter house. The Williams boys of phoenix spent Sunday with Mr. Ijockman. Mrs. Joe Bush left on Tuesday for California. Mrs. Jackson has been busy putting up tomatoes this week. Last Saturday night a man entered Mr. Humphrey's watermelon patch and destroyed all his melons and canta loupes, also a new pair of working harness. The police were out looking for the man but no trace of him or his tracks could be found. It is thought that it is the mork of a crazy man. Otto Dorsett and Harriet Hayois at tended the show at the Grand Tuesday night. Mrs. Olsen and Mrs. John McXulty were riding around the district Tues day looking for tomatoes. .. Misses Cordelia and Vena Queen who moved from this district into town a short time ago, expect to return to their home in the east soon. Miss Evolyn Williams was shopping In Phoenix Monday. Miss Harriet Hayois and her sister, Mrs. Bates, spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Xorman Embre, near the Indian school. ;' Misses Lillie Malay, Emma Curtis and Maurice Curtis attended the show at the Grand Tuesday night. Miss Adele Hayois spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. Bates. George Mognett who rented part of McXulty's ranch lost two of his horses j AIRD j which he thinks have been stolen, as there have been a good many horses stolen lately. Victor Houstan and - Miss Emma Curtis were out buggy riding Wednes day night. Mrs. Eva Agner and daughters, An nie and Louise, and Andrew Kappel mire spent all day Sunday with Mrs. Irion. The river has been rising this week, on account of so much rain in the mountains, and the farmers are getting plenty of water. Mr. Selman visited with Mr. Dtck crson Wednesday evenlilg. Mr. Carlson who has been work- ing for Mr. Fleming left for Omaha, Neb., this week. His wife died here a few- weeks ago. He will Join his sis ter in Nebraska. Miss Louise Agner visited' Wednes day night with Miss Harriet Hayois. Miss Evelyn Williams has purchased a grapiiophone. and every evening it can be heard playing through the neighborhood, which tlic people enjoy very much. Andrew Kappelmlre visited Wednes day evening with Miss Annie Agner. Aiuny-of the boys of this district en joyed the party given by Miss Rena I.a Tourrette in the--Creighton district, Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Williams have moved on the Williams ranch again and will remain there until they can secure a house in town. Mr. Hill spent ail. day. Wednesday in town attending to some business. Mr. Humphrey h disposed of his first crop of corn, and is now planting his second crop, which is growing very nice. Mrs. Harris and daughter, Florence, s)ent Thursday with Mrs. Harris' sis ter, Mrs. A. B. Perrjvm Grand avenue. Mr. and Mrs. ITeston Williams and little daughter, Hclcri; spent Thursday afternoon with Mr. Williams' mother, Mrs. Wi'.'iams. . Miss Lizzie Agner Spent trlday with Miss Florence Harris. i t i n 1 1 lit imitiHHiini . RURAL ROUTE NO. 2. i 1 1 1 1 mil n l in i mm nt- t OSBORN. Osborn, July jO. Camp meeting services are over and the regular Sun day services will be held at Iiethd.' Sunday school at 10 a- m- Preaching both morning and evening, by Mr. Gibson. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. W- L. Teel will lead. Rev. G. W. Forman has gone to Catalina- Mrs. Forman is gaining in strength uite rapidly. Herbert Geare, Charles Swlggett and Seth Hudgins were contestants in the one-mile race at the Fair Grounds this afternoon. All of these boys have been residents of Osborn. Claude Taylor is home from Glon d.ile. Helen Redman spent Sunday with her mother. Justus Goebel was down from Pres cott last wik. His stay in the valley was not lengthy. Mr. Gocbel's family is pleasantly located in South Pres cott, occupying the Eli Perkins home. F. M- Earnhart is spending a few days with hi.- family. The rains in the vicinity of Kirkland are encourag ing to Mr- Earnhart, for he planted lino apple trees last spring, and it is there he spends most of his time. Milton, Perry and Elsie Munger are enjoying a camping trip in the northern part of the territory. Louise Beechrr left Thursday even ing for a visit with friends in Califor nia. Laura Mabel Surggett was the guest of Ruth Evans on Thursday. B. B. Beecher Is here enjoying a visit with his family'. . Mrs. S. C. McElhaney has been en tertaining friends this week. Owing to the burning of B. A. Fow lers residence near Glendale, Mr- and Mrs. Fowler will, be detained at Palm Lodge until Saturday. Mrs- T. M. Burroughs left Tuesday evening for Long Beach. Mrs. Bur roughs will spend part of the timcit Catalina. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Wimsett will I leave on Tuesday evening for Lonjjw Beach, Cal. It is probable they w ill 0ME 1 Complete Change of $10 in Gold Given RURAL ROUTE C0RRESPL1E1TS visit various California towns before their return. During their absence Ralph Mowen will take care of the Wimsett home. Mr. and Mrs. Paxton and Clyde siient Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, eleven miles west of Phoenix. Mrs. P. E. Moore and children spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Clune, on the Harry Kay place, northwest of town- Mrs. William E. Thomas returned from Congress Junction la.st Tuesday. Mrs. Thomas was the guest of Mrs. Cree. T. F. Percival returned from a visit ' with his family in Iron Springs on Thursday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. William E. Thomas, Miss Minnie Thomasson and. Charles Orme will leave next week for a camping trip to Roosevelt. The party will be gone about three weeks. T. M- Burroughs, W. L. Teel. Rev. Mr. Churchficld and some one else, whose name could not be learned are looking over all the salable property on Central avenue In our district with a view of purchasing a lot on which the Bethel church people intend to erect a new church and parsonage. Xo decision hus been made public. Mrs. B. M. Fuiua and children drove to the beet sugar factory Thursday af ternoon. Miss Opal Tannchill spent Sunday with Miss Lucy Clark. C. E. Tannchill Is cutting a good crop of hay on the ostrich farm. Mr. Broailes and family, who moved out on North Si venth avenue a short time ago, have gone to California. Mrs. J. T. Bowles and children ar rived from Xew York city Thursday morning. Thry left the valley the early part of May. A valuable Scotch collie belonging to Reese Vaughn was killed by - a mowing machine this week. Mrs. W. P. Hedgepeth is entertain ing her motficr, Mrs. Smith, this Bertha Clark visited with Mrs. A. N. Krebs on Monday. George Peterson leaves Saturday morning for a vacation. N. C. Moore w ill take charge of his -mail route dur ing his absence. 1 ,iit IlliiininillUlt RURAL ROUTE NO. 3. 1 11 1 1 I M I 11 H H HII I M I 1 If Thomas List and family left for the coast last Saturday evening. Ed. Barnes will have charge of his ranch during his absence. J. F. Hawkins was in town with butter on Saturday. He runs - a small creamery on his ranch, separat ing about 30n0 pounds of milk a day, making butter from the cream. D. W- Leach of Colorado Springs. Colo., has decided to stay here perma- j nently and has rented two houses out t on Xorth Center street, where he will j locate. Mr. Leach intends to charter i a couple of cars and bring all his j household furniture, horses and bug- j gies, etc-, here. J. D. Smith was a business visitor in town Saturday. Roy Doyle drove to town with his hayrack Saturday for a load of lum ber. We wonder if it is to build a house with. We know it might be. X. W. Xeil and family have left for the coast- Mr. Xeil docs nrt like farming very much, so he spends very little of his time here-' He tried to scjl his place this time, but Could not do so on short notice, so rented it to Charl s Asher, who has moved on it and will farm it until Mr. Xeil comes back. . Misses Edna and Hllen Helm called on Mrs. W. B. Acuff on Saturday af ternoon. Hamp Burch and Miss Bessie Davis were visitors in the city la-st Saturday. Miss Davis Is nursing. Mrs. E. Birch, whose health is very poor. Word received from Miss Martha We Have Almost Anything You Want In a Line of Stationery and Office Supplies MIGHT Program Away Casey states that they are at Kempt vllle, Ontario, Canada, and are en Joying themselves hugely. Mr. Casey will Join them there shortly and spend the summer in the east. Iva Beck and T. B- Doolittle drove into town Saturday. A great deal of dissatisfaction is felt In our neighborhood over the way the government officials are running the reclamation service. The cement headgates in the laterals are too small to carry the head of water turned down the canals and many are being undermined and washed around, mainly for lack of attention. The crews working on the ditches cut ting weeds do not do one-third of the work the farmers would require from the same number of men. The farm ers are willing to spend their money but they hate to see it wasted. Luck ily by quick and determined effort the farmers of this district defeated the attempt of the reclamation service and water users' board of governors to erect a useless water temple at a great cost to them. It is up to the farmers to keep tab on the United States reclamation service, as they are the ones who pay the bills. Anybody can spend money. Mrs. J. M. Armstrong and her sis ter. Miss Edna Hennans, left for Los Angeles on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Armstrong will return in time for the fall term of school, as she is engaged to teach at Isaac again this year. I-cwis Kohl and daughter. Gladys, visited the Capital city last Saturday. W. F- Williams made a hurried trip CHEAP READING MATTER We have -put on sale a lot of maga zines at one-half price because they are a little old. Not so very old, either: Literary Digest. June '26 and July 9; Puck, June 16; Craftsman. ' June; Pacific Monthly, July; West Coast, June 2 ; Ladies Home Jour nal, June; Woman's Home Compan ion, June; Saturday Evening Post. A i good chance to stock up. ! Hinckley's Postoffice Xcws Store, j Books, Stationery and Office Supplies. A DIFFERENT MENU EVERY DAY at the cool est, cleanest, cheapest place to eat in town. - Aimms' (Brill IN HOTEL F. B. Baptist & Co. AL LEONARD Metropolitan Dancer to town last week, we presume, to get Ice to fill his new ice box, which has Just been completed. Everybody Is in vited to call and see the ice box Mr. Williams made at his home Raymond Percy was hauling bricks from the Alhambra brisk yard on Monday. Just before the rain of la-t week John Nelson had about fifty tons of bated hay laying in the field. - He told the boys. Bob Logue, Chris Sheets and James English,- that if they would get the hay loaded op, the ears befora the rain he would buy a case of Jeer. They all went to work and got the hay all loaded safely on the car at Alhambra without its uFttina- wet and J Sunday they held a celebration at Mr. Xelson's home. ' Charles Moore was calling in Cart wright on Sunday, making short visits at Xelson's, Bob Logue's ami Rudolph Wickey's. Mr.' Wickry trledv to trade Mr. Mxre out of his Baby Reo auto, but Mr. Moore thinks there is no ma chine like the Reo and would not trade with him- L-. D. Roussea and son .Will went to town Tuesday on a hay wagon. J. F. Doyle had about the banner crop of grain of the Cartwtight ois trit. It netted him 3J sacks to tii-j acre. Thirty sacks is a. bumper crop (Continued on page 11.) CRAFTS MAN RINGS FOR GIFTS. SEE THEM. FA.I1ILDO.EFAN y C9MPANT "The .Store of Qualities." ADAMS.