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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1909.
14 ; i 1 h Ipcttcdmcmt 0 o Dr. HIBBARD Sexual Blood and Genito urinary Organ Specialist. 1 Urethral Obstructions Ciood night, Mosquitoes Xo more misery for nie. rVFZ Specific Blood Poison n Nervous Debility Contracted Diseases W ULiiLiimun OF INDIANS Irrigation Plants OF ALL SIZES FOR ALL KINDS OF CONDITIONS AND SERVICES. WITH Steam Distillate or Electric Power Call or write our machinery department for full information. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Ezra W.Thayer in 1 1 1 1 m i in 1 1 1 1 s i 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 WICKENBURG HIM l i H -l I M I !! "11 I IH M WHAT'S GOING ON AT MORGAN CAMP A PROPERTY TRIBUTARY TO WICKENBURG. The Excellent Road to It. Little Dam aned bv the Storm. Wickenburg, Aug. 17. (Special cor respondence of The Republican.) Gen. E. Morgan, superintendent of the Zeta claims ow ned by the St. Francis Mines company, is In town today. The above property is better known as the Morgan camp, and is located in the Black Rock district about one and one-half miles east of Constellation. Mr. Mor gan Fays the company is preparing to do extensive development work this fall. The road which the company has just completed, leading from the Key rtone mine to their property is in fine condition but for a few minor washouts caused by the Saturday storm. The damage dime to the road will not ex ceed 15 and will be repaired at once. Part of this road has the distinction of being built over the highest moun tain in the Rlack Rock district, namely Morgan's Butte, which, according to government records is 43fiG feet high, and can.be easily seen from Wickcn burg. The road over this butte is "about a mile in length and runs at about a seven per cent grade. This piece of road alone cost the company a thousand dollars and Mr. Morgan says it could not be duplicated for two thousand. A twenty-five-horse power gasoline hoist has been ordered and will be in stalled as soon as it arrives. A number of carpenters are now at work on the property erecting a board ing house, blacksmith shop and other necessary buildings to be used this fall. A small force of men are also engaged developing the shaft, which is now 100 feet deep and contains gold ore aver aging about ?20 to the ton. Mr. Morgan is a man of large mining experience and he thinks he has a good property, which will soon be made Seed's Santal-Fepsln Capsules A POSITIVE CURE For Inflammation or Catar.e ot th madder and Oiwasuf Kidneys. No cure no pay Cures quickly aud Peru nently the wont eases of Uonorrhoca and Gleet, nt matter ol how long stand ing. Absolutely harmless Sold by driiKKist. Prk II to. or by r-ail. poatpa',. 11 ill, 3 boxes U 7f. THE SANTAl-PEPSIN CO, UtLi.tf'ONfiNK. OHIO. Elvey & Hulott, Agen Hats and Gowns Should Match See what I have to show you. A Hat for every gown, for every taste and every gown. FRANCIS Third and Washington. 1 1 ! a-u n n i n ! n m-i 1 1 m ! DEPARTMENT ! 1 I '' H H I i 1 ' H ' MIHI I- to pay Its way, and ciear dividends. C. E. Messe of Chicago, president of the Octave Mines company, arrived here on the midnight train, e was met here In the midnight train. He was met company. They will make a tour of inspection of the Octave mine and the Central Arizona Power company's plant, which is controlled by the same interests. Geo. Tisdale of Prescott and L. G. Wilson of Los Angeles, both well known railroad officials of th Santa Fe. Phoenix and . Prescott, spent Mon day here, taking in the scenes of the washouts. W. J. Carriden of Chicago is a busi ness visitor registered at the Hotel Vernetta. Owing to tho Illness of her mother. Miss Anna Wisdom, the telephone op erator has not been able to attend to her duties connected with that posi tion fur the past few days. Guy Bo zarth Is taking her place. G. Dowell, foreman of the LaTesta ranch, returned Sunday from a brief vacation spent in Chillicothe, Mo. Mr. Iowell will at once start to clear the havoc done on the ranch during the re cent storm. His family, now in Chil licothe, Mo., spending their vacation, will probably return the later part of the week. The Constellation stage left for Us destination this morning. This is the first trip made since Saturday night's storm, owin to the rise of the river. It carried one overdue passenger, Jas. Cromwell of Denver, who is bound for the Arizona Copper Relt Mining Co.'s property In the Black Rock district. Mrs. p. A. Burk and son of Bouse are registered at the Hotel Vernetta. Their destination is Prescott, but owing to the washouts they faiied to make connertions with the northbound train yesterday, and they had to remain in Wickenburg oversight. They will leave on time today. , D. S. Waddles, traveling saleman for Wheeler and Mutter of St. Joseph, Mo., is here on business. The Ladies Aid society of the Pres byterian church will meet Thursday at the residence of I. B. Woods. The society is rapidly increasing its mem bership, and is doing a work for the church, which cannot be to highly praised. Two new members are ex pected to join Thursday, they are Mrs. O. H- Motts and Mrs. W. M. Poulson. " On a Train. "Hey, there! yelled the conductor, why are you taking that ax and saw out of the case?" "I wajit to open a, window," replied the passenger. Tinning & Plumbing tank work a Specialty ; Estimates Cheerfully Given. '. ANGEL CONTRERAS Wickenburg, Ariz. """' tirrvvyvn,vvTTltilrltiVT'i'V'tl Under New Management ELLIS HOUSE Opposite Pepot MRS. J. J. CRAVET. Prop. Rooms by the day, week or month. E. R. RICE, Wickenburg. Mining Engineer and IT. S. Deputy Mineral Sur veyor. GENERAL BLACKSMITH Mine Work Specialty. JOHN A. THRONE. Phone Main 31 Wickenburg, Aril When In Wickenburg stop at the HOTEL VERNETTA CAFC AND RESTAURANT The best in the city. Commutation tickets. 15 meals for $5.60. J. A. Wilbourn, Mgr. Meeting ol Southwestern Indian Conference IT WILL CONVENE TODAY A Larger Attendance Than at Either of the Two Pre ceding Conventions Expected- Program of Eight Days Covering the Week. Flagstaff, Aug. 17. (Special cor respondence of The Republican.) The third annual meeting of the South west Indian conference will convene in Flagstaff. Wednesday, August 18. Tills organization is interdenomina tional and one may gain some idea of the scope of its work when it Is known that this conference has under Its jurisdiction the Protestant mission work . that is now being done among the eight tribes of New Mexico anil Arizona, which comprise one-fifth of the Indians of the United States; The conference this year will have a larger attendance than any previous one and will also be the most import ant session yet held. Several eminent divines will be present, among whom are Rev. Thomas C. Moffett, D. D., su perintendent of the Indian department of the home mission board of the Presbyterian church, with headquart ers in New Tork; Hr A. B. Pritohard. the noted bible teacher of Los An geles; Rev. John R. Gass, D. D., synodical missionary for New Mexico and Arizona, with headquarters at Al buquerque; Pr. Charles H. Cook, P. P., who for forty years has labored among the Pimas, during which time more than 1.500 Indians of this tribe have joined his churches. Such noted workers as these will add weight to the deliberations of tho conference by their wisdom, experience and deep sympathy with all problems claiming thi attention of the conference. Puring the past year material progress has been made in the study of the native tongues. The book of Mark has been printed in Navajo, and Luke is now in the hands of the printer. At the last meeting of the confer ence it was decided to make Flagstaff a permanent meeting place, but it is not the will of the conference to continue to use the local churches, al though these will at all times be ojen to the conference. At this session the conference will consider the matter of obtaining a desirable piece of grouml near town where log cabins and tent houses could be built in the wood, and the conference conducted under condi tions more in accord with those un der which the missionaries conduct thir work among the tribes. The most Important committee to report is probably the one appointed to make an apportionment of the ter ritory to the different mission boards so that the mission work may be as equally distributed as possible. Two well-known clergymen of Phoenix who will be present are Rev. T. F. McCourtney, general mission ary for Arizona for the Baptist church, and Rev. Frank C. Reid, Presbyterian missionary for Arizona. A complete program of the confer ence follows: 0 Wednesday, August 18 Afternoon. 8:00 Opening of conference, by president. 8:15 Conference sermon, Rev. F. C. Reid. Osborn's Peroxide- HydroKon Regular 23c lottle for 15 Regular 40c bottle for 25c Colgate's Talcum Powder, regular 25c cans, Violet or Cashmere Bouquet at ;.15t Mennen's Violet or Unrated Talcum Pow der, regular 25c cans for 154? "Corylopsis," the sweetest of all Talcum Powders. Price -25 Colgate's Tooth Paste and Towders, 2f.c ize for 19 Colgate's Soap, Tuscan, Castile, Elder Mower, Palm Special. One dozen cakes 50 Huilnut's Toilet Water, Royal Hud nutine and Extreme $1.00 bottle j Regular $2.00 bottle $1.50 ill BEAR'S MOSQUITO DOPE Can't be beat. THE BEAR DRUG STORE Potter & Roziene. Opposite City Hall. Thursday, August 19 Morning. Topic of the day "The Government and the Indians." 6:30 Sunrise meeting. 9:30 Devotional service. 10:00 Bible study. Rev. A. B. Pritch ard. 11:00 Paper "How May the Miss ionary Constructively Aid the Government in Its Work for the Indians'.'" Rev. D. M. Wyn koop. 11-45 Business session. Afternoon. 2:30 Devotional service. 2:43 Business meeting. 3:30 Paper "Results of Government Kducation in the Formation of Character," Rev. C. II. Ellis, M. D. 4:15 Paper "To What Extent Shall Wo Seek to Influence the Gov ernment in the correction of Abuses?" Rev. H. Frijling. 8:00 Devotional service. 8: IS Platform meeting. Friday, 'August 20 Morning. Topic of the day "Hospitals and Medical Work." fi-30 Sunrise meeting. 9:30 Devotional service. 10:00 Bible study. Rev. A. B. Pritoh ard. 11:00 Paper 'The Medical Mission ary ami the Hospital," Dr. J. P. Kenedy. 11:30 Discussion, led by Miss Thack era. 1 1 45 Business session. Afttrnoon. 2:30 Devotional service. 2:45 Business session. 3:30 Paper "Teaching Hygene and In Helping the Unschooled dian Women," Miss Cocla Hartog. 4:15 Round table "The Mission ary's Relation to the Material Interests of the" Indians," con ducted by Rev. Fred K. V. Richards. 8:00 Devotional. ( 8:15 Platform meeting. Saturday, August 21 Morning. Topic of tho day "Language." 6:30 Sunrise meeting. 9:30 Devotional service. 10:011 Bible study Rev. A. B. Pritch ard. 11:43 Paper "What methods will give the liest results in lan guage study and translation?" Rev. Alex Black. 11:00 Business session. Afternoon. 2:30 Devotional. 2:45 Business session, after which DAILY HINTS FOR DAILY NEEDS "4T11" Soaps, White Rose, Violet, Lily of the Valley, per lox 50t "Kleanwell" Tooth Brushes, 10 different sizes and shapes. Price, each.... 25 Almond Meal, ''4711," recommended In cases of Prickly Heat, Freckles, Sun burn, and other skin affections, per box 25 r Roger & Gallet's Imported Soap in tin boxes, C cakes In a box, for $1.00 Colgate's Soap, White Clematis, Lilac. Almond Cream, in fancy boxes, 3 cakes, in a box, today 19t i THE BEST ALWAYS WE HAVE A FEW MORE $12.50, $15, $16.50 and $17.50 Men's Summer vSuits $10.00 Will bay any of them. Bat hurry! For they won't last long at this price. you CL no BETTev yy the remainder of the afternoon will be in the hands of the language committee. 8:00 Devotional service. 8:15 Platform meeting. Sunday, August 22. The regular services in the churches in the forenoon. Afternoon and even ing programs will be arranged by the local pastors. Monday, August 23 Morning. Topic of the day "Co-operation." tion." 6:30 Sunrise meeting. 9:30 Devotional meeting. l(k 00 Bible study Rev. A. B. Pritch ard. 11:00 Address "Co-operation be tween mission boards and the conference" Rev. T. C. Mof fett, D. D. 11:45 Business session. (There will be no session of the confer ence in the afternoon). Tuesday, August 24 Morning. Topic of the day "Education and the Indian." 6:30 Sunrise meeting. 9:30 Devotional service. 10:00 Bible study Rev. A. B. Pritch- ll:'i';- l'::per "The future of mission school graduates" Mrs. O'Con nor Campbell. 11:45 Business. Afternoon. 2:30 Devotional. 2:43 Business. 3:30 Paer "What shall be done for returned students?" Mrs. P. G. Gates. 4:13 Question box. conducted by Rev. I.. I. Thayer. 8:00 Devotional. 8:15 Platform meeting. Wednesday, August 25 Morning. Topic of the day "The gospel and the Indian." 6:30 Sunrise meeting. 9:30 Devotional. 10:00 Bible study Rev. A. B. Pritch nrd. 11:00 Paper "Itinerating and evan gelizing" Rev. John Butler. 11:45 Business. Afternoon. j 2:30 Devotional. 2:45 Business. I 3:30 Paper "The gospel for the en- j tire southwest" Rev. C. R. Brnadhead. j 4:15 Paper "Training native help-' ers" Rev. F. G. Mitchell. 8:00 Devotional. 8:15 Address Rev. James U. Smith. Thursday, August 26 Morning. Topic of the day "Tribal and de nominational." 6:30 Sunrise meeting. 9:30 Devotional. Colgate's Toilet Water Regular GOc Violet 33t Regular 7.1c Violet 50 Regular $100 bottle 75 6 Lambert's Lister- ine Regular 25c bottle for 20 Regular 50c bottle for 40 Regular J1.00 bottle fr 80 o ( OUTFITTRHS TO MEJ aao box-- 1$ 10:00 Bible Ftudy Rev. A. It. lYitch ard. 11:00 Sectional meetings. The singing will be led by W. J. Craig, pinging evangelist. All meet ings during the day will be held in the Presbyterian church: evening meetings in the Methodist church. The sunrise meetings will bo in charge of Rev. J. B. Epp; other de votional meetings in charge of Rev. F, G. Mitchell. The meal hours will be as follows: Breakfast, 7:30 a. m.; dinner, 12:13 p. m.; supiwr, 6 p. in. 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Thf. above diroiders with their terrible effeets eaui'e depression of niinil ami wr king of body and ra king of the m ivoiis svstein. Your life may be at st.ike. Why not get the best of treat ment? If your eyesight is poor go to a reliable oeeulist H yuiir hearing is poor you neeil a competent aori-t. If your teeth mlie call on a good dentist. if burning up with a fever or you have some unite ilise:is consult your family plivsieian. They should treat you. not I, for i lo not treat such eases and they :m do better by you. If. however, you have some serious disease in my line in wliii li your life and lie:ilth tie at sU'.ke, it is absolutely necessary for you to eon suit one who has erpert skill, large e leiicni e ami Scientific eouipiuent, in or der to be permanently and successfully cured. All wlio huve lecn unsuccess fully treated elsewhere are especially In vited to eall. Consultation free. Hours lit to 12; 1 to :t. Office ana residence Monroe and Third avenue. Southeast corner, two blocks from center of city. HI 111 HI 1 t M 11 H-Mli 1 H Johnson & Remsbottom have removed from 22 North f Second Street to J1 80UTH FIRST AVENUE where they will be pleated to meet all old customers and many new one. l 1 1 ti,.tt.,;....H-i IM I ' i I 1 1 1 1 I l-M 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 111lilIMM I LAUNDRY SATISFACTION X "The rlrl from up there." says. there Isn't a collar, cuff, or shirt front laundered anywhere in this country that can com pare with our laundry work. ! PHOENIX LAUNDRY f Phono Main 130. 44ttttfl"lM 1 HIH 1 1 I MOEDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE. Buys, sells and rents stoves. New and second hand fur niture, stoves and ranges. THE PALACE Saloon, Pool and Billiard. Budwelser on draught. Old Crow, Mayfleld and Guckenhelmer Rye Whiskies are sold over the bar. JOHN P. BODET. Prop. WEAK MEN CURED Every iriin who' suffer Eighty from tu: In njr form. n varicocele. 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