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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1909.
3 1 V I J'l I I I ! S "I1 ! II I I ! I III il'l H I It HIIHWII I i III MM V hi llll 1 1 11111 HI I It I 1 ! Wltf SALT RIVER VSLtEl NEWS 4-4-1 1 11 H 1 t 1 MI? 11 1 I'M Mil 'i u ii 1 1 1 ii 1 1 m ini in li 1 1' :-H"i"ri"i"H"H n t i i t villi Witvit n i m mi r 1 1 n t i v in vvi RURAL ROUTE NO. 2. iitmiiiiniii mi in 1 1 1 1 ! Osborne, Aug. 2. Services at Bethel church Sunday. August 29. Sunday school, at 10 a. in. Lesson, ' Paul on the winter. They came for Mr. Pol Christian Love" (1 Cor. IS: 1-13). Golden text, "But now ubideth faith, hope, love, these three; but the great est of those i8 love" (1 Cor. 13:13. W. L. Teel. superintendent. Mr. Walter Gibson will preach both morning and evening services. Epworth league will meet "before the., evening service. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ed. Fitzhugll and little sons left one day this week for the south side of the river. W. L. Teel has found his black mare mule, which had strayed away. Tt was found and put in the Star corral, where Mr." Teel pot it Tuesday after noon. , ' Wallace Matthisc, who has been visiting his parents at Long Beach, returned Tuesday morning. . Mr. W. McNeil has returned from the coast recently. He was one of the pas sengers who was delayed by washouts. Hamilton Beecher, .who has been visiting his grandmother in the East, Is home again. His father met him at Ashfork, while his grandmbthr.c-'ri coinpanied Edward to San Francisco for a visit. . ..-.. sv. j MaJ. . E. M. Lamson has been very. ' sick the past week, but . is improving a little, . , , j Mr. Womach and family have moved . to Ed. Fltzhugh's home. They have rented the five acres ajoining. - : Miss Helen Kedman visited with Mrs. Ballard Waggener of Wilson dis trict last Sunday. " Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crelghton visited with Capt. and Mrs. John Potts last Saturday afternoon. I Logan Morris and son, Harry i ! Morris, and Jim Burris returned from I a trip to the hills this week. B. B. Beecher is having another room added to his residence. . ' ' Mrs. Theroux is entertaining her sister and daughter from Bakersfield, Cal., this week. Pearlie Morris has been In Tempe this week. Llllie Morris and coustn, Annie ! Boston, returned from Tempe this , week, where they had been enjoying a visit with friends. Mrs. P. E. Moore entertained Mrs. Devers a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Warren returned from the coast Tuesday morning, after spending several weeks in Long Beach. Claude Pollock, wife and mother, of ShelVyvlileC Tenri'., are here to spend lock's health. At present they are go ing to live In Mrs. Hick's tents, be tween Center street and, the car line. Mrs. Claude Pollock Is n experienced 'telephone ; woman, having been em ployed In fho telephone office at Selvy vllle for eight years. Tha mother, Mrs. Pollock, is visiting with her old friend, Mrs. Womarte J. W.' Fltzhugh Is at his home on this side for a few days. T. M. Burroughs left for Los An geles Thursday evening on a business trip. During his. absence Mrs. Bur roughs will spend part of her time with Mrs. E. F. Van Kirk. The "Perseverance Sewing Bee" has disbanded, for the winter on account of the beginning of the schools. Mr. A. W. Gregg came down from Florence Friday evening to stay over Sunday. - . Offer to Weak M , - . . . , - - . ; (. Oil PI M ANAEMIC CONDITION OF THE SYSTEM We all know that when the circulation becomes poisoned from any cause, it is manifested in some outward disorder or disease, but do we always understand that many of the ordinary ailments of life are simply the result of blood poverty? Normal, healthy blood contains millions of tiny red corpuscles; these are constantly forming in the system by the extraction of nutri ment from the food we eat. The minute globules are then taken up by the circulation and used in supplying nourishment and healthful growth to every portion of the body. The brain is enabled to perform its work by constantly feeding upon the blood, the nerves supply us with physical energy by drawing their power from blood nutriment, the stomach, bowels and digestive system all carry on their several duties because they are kept in normal condition through the strengthening properties received from tne circula tion. And so with every member of the body, its sustenance and health depends directly upon the blood. Any system which does not re ceive the proper amount of blood nourishment is not prepared to with stand the countless disorders that attack it. - How often do we see persons begin "to "feel bad," then the appetite becomes fickle, the di gestion deranged, the skin yellow, the system billious, and a general malarial condition set up. This state of health is brought about because germs and impurities have entered the circulation, and it has become impoverished, weak and anaemic. But blood poverty means more than this--poor blood means constantly diminishing strength, and as the malarial germs destroy more and more of the healthful properties of the circulation, chills and fever Tare frequent, skin diseases, boils, and sores and ulcers break out on the flesh, and after awhile the foundation is laid for other troubles. We cannot have good health as long as the blood is weak and anae mic. Nourish the system through its natural source the blood and thus enable it, to. oyer-, come or throw off "the iltf effects of blood poverty-.- Nothing equals S. S. SrH as a remedy for Blood Poverty. It goes directly into the circulation and removes every trace of impurity or germs, it adds richness and vigor tO;the blood and thus enables it to supply the system with its needed nourishment and strength. When S. S. S. has purified and reinvigorated the blood, sallow, anaemic complexions take on the ruddy flush of health, the liver and digestion are righted, the appetite increased, the system vitalized and strengthened, all malarial conditions removed, and perfect health restored. S. S. S. is a general systemic remedy of unequalled value, and is specially efficacious in cases of blood poverty. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. A PHYSICAL WRECK FROM EFFECTS OF MALARIA. During 1900 I was running a farm on the Mississippi River, and became so impregnated with malaria and my blood so poor that for a year afterwards I was a physical wreck. I took a number of medicines recom mended as blood purifiers, chill cures and malaria eradicators, but nothing did me any good until I began to use S. S. S.. which I did about a year ago. The result was that after taking several bottles of the large size I was as well and strong as I ever was, and have never had a chill since. S. R. COWLEY. Amory, Miss. . - MURPHY. Murphy, Arizona, Aug. 27. Miss Edna Bonsall spent Tuesday with Miss Vera Moore of Phoenix. , K. S. Townsend returned from Iron Springs Tuesday. -Mrs. C. ,11. B. Carter and daughter, .Mi. "8 Marcia. spent Saturday In Phoe nix shopping. Mrs. John List and daughter, Delia, are visiting Mrs. It. J. List. A. If. Daniels Is busy making hay this week. Miss Thelina Walker spent Tues day; with. Miss Mamie Phy. Mrs. A. H. Daniels and little daugh ter called on Mrs. II. A. Bustrin Sat urday evening. Mrs. A. J. Tlnville of Cave Creek, is visiting with her neice, Mrs. W. E. Williams. Mrs. C. II. B. Carter expects to leave for Prescott soon to visit with friends there. Miss Thelma Walker and Miss Vera Moore spent Saturday afternoon with Miss Edna Bonsall. f"reddie Roberts had a narrow es cape from drowning the others day. He was helping his father Irrigate and fell face downward into the ditch. The little fellow surely would have drowned had not his mother discov ered him and hurried to his rescue. The rain we had - Monday destroy ed a great deal of ha-. H I I I I I I I I I I I H I II I I I I 1 1 1 1 Do You Want to Be "A Man Among Men?" Write Today en Everybody Admires and Honors a Strong Man. Are You One? RURAL ROUTE NO. S. HI I M II I I 111 111 I 1 n " CARTWRIGHT. Cartwright, . Aug. 27. Church' an nouncements: The revival meeting' being conducted by the evangelist, ; Rev. W. ll. Evens, will continue over Sunday. There will be an all day meeting on Saturday. Dinners will bo served on the grounds- I The Sunday services will consist ' Of Sunday school at the usual hour, ! preaching at 11 a. m., special ser- ! I vices for the children at 1-45 n .n j song and prayer services at 7 p. m., ' including bible reading, and preach-j Hng at 8 p. m. These services are' I growing more Interesting each time, i the audience is increasing with each , service, und the Rev. Evens furnishes' much f'od for the proper kind of thought- und for the uplifting of each and every individual who comes to hear hrm- Those who do not hear the ..evangelist are missing much that "will be of lasting value to them, for to hear his messages and be th! salvation of We Will Pay $1000 Forfeit For a case of Nervous Debility. Varicocele, Early Decay.' Rheumatism. Lame Bark. Lunr.bago. fviatjra. any rase of Kidneey Disease that has not gone a3 far as Brlghts Disease, Indigestion, Constipation or any weakness caused from Ignoring the laws of nature, which we cnn-t cure ltb our new Improved Electric Belt, the marvel of electricians, the most wonderful curative device that hss ever been Introduced. This Belt h Complete With Free Electric Suspensory For Weak Men This electric suspensory carries the current direct and cures all weaknesses of men. varicocele, ec. It develops and expand"? alt wthh u-rve. No case of Failing Vigor, Varicocele or Debility can resist tlio powerful Electric Suppensory. It never fails to cure. It is free with Belts for weak men. No man should be weak, no man shr.nhl sniffer the loss of that vital element which renders life worth living. No man should allow himself to be come less a man than nature Intended him; no man should suffer for tho mistakes of his youth when there Is at hand a certain cure for his weakness Most of the pains, most of the weakness of stomach, heart, brain and nerve from which men suffer, are due to an early loss of nature reserve power through mistakes of youth. You need not sullcr from this. You can be restored. The very element which you have lost you can get back, and you may be as happy as any man that lives. ' EASY TO WEAR! CURES WHILE YOU SLEEP! NEVER FAILS! Cures Nervous and Vital Weakness, Kn large and Inflame! Trofftaie Glands. It Memory. of Strength. Weak Back and Kidney Trouble, Rheu matic Tains in Back, Hips, Shoulders and Chest, Lumbago, Sciatica, Torpid Liver, Indigestion and Dyspepsia. Sciatic Rheumatism and Loss of Sleep AVAIXN. Catailns Island. THE DR. M. D. H'UUGHMN CO.: Gntlemn In arcrJanc with your rjneM I am arndlni: yon my report, an! im pirasnl to U? a Me to an4 a vry g one. The improvement has be n re markitttly rapll. considering the riiaaov ntapt-P I have lin applying the trwtt mnt unler. Peine; compel!! to w-k ha n r..i limit my ilnw frr rei and quiet, which would t"- of iMiotarHf In haMening the run-? My main tmuMe wan Imw ot aleep and intrnse aofferlng front aciatlca. Many peopl ainiri me that the electric BHt would be of Hide avail, if it wr not atlutly a fraud. Iut 1 hare given It a fair chance to demonstrate through th great benefit It h.i been to me that it is all you, reprewnt U to be. I think every w-vrkingtnan hnuld use the Belt. If only to aMlrt him in remunerating his strength, f-r 1 awake in the morning feeling bright and irtrng. vtn after a hard oay'a work. My lp la restful and the pains have disappeared. 1 do not in th- least regret what I paid for tha iielu and would not l-t you buy It back for ten times the vuni 1 paid for It. Wishing you all kinds of aucress an1 trusting that many will be so eon vlnred of the ability of your treatment through the beneficial rt suits brought about In my cae that they will try it, I remain, Youra respectfully, C. H. AMENDE. Tumor Removed riMA. Aria. THE DR. M. D. M'UUOHLIX CO.: Gerttte-nen In answer to your itin'ury as to whether or mil I am fully nation 1 with the rwtitls of your treatment. I ran truthfully say I am. When I came to you 1 win suffer ing fn.m a severe pan In my left st.ie and a tumor as large as an egg had formed under my left arm so that 1 could not r ft ire the arm. and was beginning to lose the use of my hand. I was greatly alarmed about the trouble, and on the recommenoation of a friend sent for ne id your high-gra.ie Berts. I had used the appliance just one month when 1 was perf.Ttly frc from the pain, and ih ium;t gradually diminiwhed until at the end of three months It was completely gone. 1 have not leen troubled with it since. Tours very truly. I. W. HANCOCK. Varicocele Completely Cured CARStlN CITY, NeT. THE DR. M. D. M LAl'GHUN CO.: Gentlemen It certainly Ir a great pleasure to me to acknowledge tb.it your Beit bas c-mm up to all the requirements necessary to en tirely cure swh a sevrre ra-e- nn mine was. and I fee better mentally ani physically iha:i I ever felt in my life be for-. 1 presume yt remember that 1 was suffering from an ex tremely aggravated case of varicocele when I ca-me- to you for help. There is not tfc least gn f the com p' Bint now. and all credit niHt te given to the Klt. If 1 can be of any service to you 1 am at your command at all times, and will gladly answer any and all letters written to me by y(;ur patrons with tha great st pleasure. Youra respectfully WM. DECKER. -you cannot neneve i and we rnert to restore it: also we are now among the finest PURELY VEGETABLE heetf thrm would his hearers. The " subject taken for Friday j night' sermon was. "The jreat Oar- j dirial" Plan of Success." and wan ccr- I tainly un inspiration to the business man, to whom It was especially di-1 rested. Wednesday night's subject was on "Character Building," showing how ! we as a people stand and where wc could stand if we buildcd on the solid rock. Christ.Jesus. VeVlnesday was the midweek Sun day. Dinner was brough tand an all day's- meeting was held. Including a children's service in the afternoon, which was well attended. Come and hear this noted evangelist, for such an opportunity is not often offered the people in a small place likt Cart-1 wright. George and Joe Tompkins were busy . Wednesday and Thursday in ' hauling hogs to Phoenix to be! J shlped. Albert List was assisting them. Sam Patterson was also haul wig -hogs to the .depot. James Inge wm "-helping him. Mr. Patterson will accompany the cars of hogs to the California market. Tom List -and family have returned from thelr'summer's vacation at San Diego. CALL AND TEST IT TODAY! IF YOU CAN'T CALL SEND FOR OUR BOOK FREE We Know that no man remains a weakling because he wants to; we are sure you want to overcome every Indication of early decay that has shown i.if . von v onn't think the man lives who would not like to feel as big and strong as a Sandow, and we know if you have a reasonable ini.n.iinn tr nniiH nnnn wn ran makn vou a biecer man than you ever hoped to tie. Wo want you to have our book, in which we describe how we learned that strength was only electricity, and how we leai want to tell you the names of some men who will tell you that when they came to us they were physical wrecks and specimens of physical manhood. ' ' ,. We want you to read this look and learn the truth about our arguments. If you are not as vigorous as you would like to be. If you have rheumatic pains, weak kidneys, loss ot vitility, prostatic troubles, nervous spells, varicocele, or any other ailment of that kind, it would insure your f -fire happiness if you would look into this method of ours; don't delay; you best days are slip ping by. If jou want this book, we will send it, closely sealed, free, if you send this coupon. Call for free consultation. The Dr. M. P. McLanghlin Co. 239 S. Spring St , Los Angeles, Cal. Office HoOrs: g a. m. to 8 p. m. daily; Sundays, 10 to 1 p. id. Never sold in Drug Stores or by Agents. CUT THIS OUT ANw SEND IT TODAY. The Dr. M. P. McLaughlin Co. 239'i South Spring Street P. R. 8-23-03 Please send me your book for men (or women) sealed, free. NAME STREET Oil UOX ADDRESS Mrs. Joe Tompkins returned Tues day from Prescott, where she has been spending tbe summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mann and Miss Mary Wiley spent Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Man. j In the afternoon Miss Mary Wiley called on Mrs. McClure. I Mr- and Mrs. A. G. Smoot and their son. Buster, spent Sunday with Mr. j and Mrs. Robert Logue. Mi's. Logue's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sheets, were also visitors t the Lague home Sunday. Mr- and Mrs. Tom Caveness are down from their cow ranch in the j hills. They were guests on Thursday j night of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Marin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cartwrlght and children returned from a two weeks' vacation at the C. C. ranch in tho mountains last Saturday. They were accompanied on the trip by Miss Ethel Ranks of Phoenix. Mary Wiley, who went up with Mr. and Mrs.. El mer Cartwright. came back with them to get ready for the opening of school, which is not far away. Arthur Dyre, who took care of the Cartwright home while " the family was away, left Monday for the C. C. ranch, where he lias taken the con tract to build a house for the ferost ranger. Elmer Cartwright, who is still up there, will help Mr. Dyre on the work. There will also be an eighty acre pasture fenced fn for the use of the ranger. Emma and EMella Glossbrenner went to Phoenix Friday for a week's visit -with their aunts, Mrs. Carakerl and Mrs. Knlveton. Mrs. Carakerj and children and . the Glossbrenner girls took advantage of the motor car j excursion to visit Mesa, . ' Mrs. Frank Borwn went to phoenix j Friday to spend "some time at the home of her parents, Mr., and Mrs. UlJum. ... A party of Phoenix people came out to church at Cartwright Thursday night. They, left ' town early and brought a lunch with them. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Hugho, Rev. and Mrs. R. C Douglas and Mrs. Crutchfiald were among those who came. Mrs.. Doug las had returned just th eday before from an extended visit with her pa rents and relatives ia Tennessee The elder Mrs. Nichols, wao went t Prescott for tha summer and was conipeleld to return on account of the high altitude, is staying with her son. L. iA. Nichols, at -present. Those from here who attended the reading circla held at . Mrs. r George (Continued on pag t.) YOUR ONE OFFORTUM STY To supply yourself with the coming season's necessities is our ACTUAL COST SALE. No matter what inducements may be brought forth, nothing can possibly equal this offering of new, 'clean,- fresh, high class stock of dry goods, which we "are closing I uut aj cAauwy wiiuiedciie cuat. uui 5dieo nave piuveu iiuw leati uie valuer it; djjpieciateu cuiu uiuugn iulo ui &uuu uiiiigo aic gunc we are receiving new goods daily, and as they arrive they are placed on sale at. just wholesale cost price. The sale will continue until October 1st, just 30 days more and then you will pay regular price. Positively nothing charged, nothing exchanged. 1 Everything at Cost Until October 1st fothing.Reserved. New Fall Goods at Cost, Too 2 IKK? IUHgg &(!)(g