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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29 1909.
t II RESIDENT Bid all the breezes be still; Hush the great voice of the sea. Then say to Love an' ye will "Rule thou no more over me!" Aldis Dunbar in Guntcr's for Sep tember. TEMPE DEPARTMENT F. IV. Griffen, Manager WHO PASSED AWAY .? ?ji i mm Restaurant and Four Furnished Rooms forwent, adjoining Postoffice. Apply to Farmers and Merchants Bank j. Tempe, Arizona. 1 in iit'i 1 1 1 1 1 n i ; 1 1 a im KEEP A By drinking our Sparkling Soda and T Hires Root Beer and Coca Cola on tap. Ve strive to please. t Phone 231. LAIRD & DINES. Prusglst. I I I I I I U I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I M HIIIIHHHmHIIIIHIHIIHIHIMIIHIIMillll f LILY Is prepared to meet the demands for h in ilk that is : perfectly sanitary and whose purity ' is a known : scientific certainty. For sale b7 all first class : grocers. PACIFIC CREAMERY COMPANY. Tempe, Ariiona. NEW LINE OF SHOES Just received a big line of Shoes suited for ev ery walk of life. Men's, Women's and Children's. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT. W. LUKIN CASH STORE "THESE COOL EVMfNGS You want to read one of those novels in HARMER'S The latest and Jpto-dcatcst; LAND FOR SALE In small or I 1 1 1 large irauis, wim ui w iuiuili , ..... n..... T.,n. .ni. nr rent. If you want to rent call at once, or write to A. B. TOMLINSON, Real Estate Agent and Notary Pub lic, ' Tempe, Ariz. McClellan and Britton Masons and Builders. Concrete and Cement Work. Jobbing Solicited. TRY THE OLIVE X For meals that are best in every respect. i i 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h i' 1 1111 M M I 1 1 'I "H t H"l 'H H"M DON'T COURT TROUBLE. Court a girl; It's the same thing. But when you want bar gains in granite ware and dishes, see us; we can save you some money. PARRY-GOOD WIN CO. Tempe. I i l H MlllMIII I I i 1 1-K-M-fr Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Clean wit Place In Town to Eat Nice Private Rooms for Partle e.nd Families. Ebort Orders at Ail Hoars. REGULAR MEALS, Ho. Noa. SI anl 14 Baal Washington 8C MARK LAND, Propria 1)1111 Hill 11 I t I 1 1 1 I 1 I I I I :: Johnson &Remsbottom :: ' have removed from 22 North X 8econd Street to 11 80UTH FIRST AVENUE 4 f where they will be pleased to T X meet all old customers and J j many new onee. I i I t 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I 1 H I t 1 1 1 1 I II 1"! 1 M 1 11 I I 1 I 1 1 I- $5,000 fenced and cross-fenced, on cor- ner, small house, shade. GOOD TERMS. See us at once if you want a genuine bargain. I Page Hanlen & Co. X 43 West Adame St. Phone Red 3911. 4 1 1 1 111 'It 'I 1 It 1 Hill I 1 1 III i The Republican Want m i -i-i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,i t COOL eating our delicious Ice Cream, i 1 1 M I I I I I I I I II II III I I MILK TEMPE FINCH & CARR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Tempe, Ariz. Phones: 131, Finch: 436, Carr. SPECIAL PEACH ICE CREAM AT EASTERWOOD'S TEMPE Something of Interest to every South Sider. Boost home trade. Come and look over our line before you spend your car fare. We are always glad to show the goods. And we have them to show. Believe us. '"The lat est patterns In fancv Ginghams and Winter Dress Goods." "The finest Blankets made on the market and some perfect dreams In Comforters." All at THE ARIZONA MERCANTILE COMPANY, Tempe, Ariozna. U II I I 1 I I I M 1 1 111 It I I I I l t Here a while there a while, Aimlessly you roam; See R. A. WINDES X T at once and buy a dandy home. T 111 I I I 111 II 111 I I I I I 1 I M 1 I MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE. - Buys, sells and rents stoves. New and second hand fur niture, stoves and ranges. The HOFFMAN Evrthlng Flrmx Claam Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught Billy Gamble, Proprietor. FOR SALE 20 acres with good house, nice shade, northeast, 1 mile from city. Will sell 10 acres for $300 per acre. Harry Kay & Company 9 West Adams Street. PHOENIX. ARIZ. Ads Bring Results TEMPE AUTOMOBILISTS ARE NOW III THE At Least They Started Yeaterday Morning. The auto run by Tempe enthusiasts, which was billed to take place yes terday, did so, but we.1 not a elabor ate as was anticipated. Only two machines joined in it, those being te Jepson and Pafford cars. C. P. Mullen and A. J. Peters were out Of town, so could not go. Dr. Ifoeur could not well leave at this time, and Al. Miller had gone over the road so many times that he requires some thing more tangible than mere curi osity to induce him to make the trip again. The Pafford car carried Mr. and Mrs. Pafford, M. K. Curyr and L. Se- dlg. The Jepson car was occupied by Mr. Jepson and his brother-in-law, C. M. Zander and J. H. Ahlquist. With a good mechanic in each car It would appear that the party should have little difficulty, barring acci dents of a nature that cannot bo well repaired out of a shop. The party did not get away from town until ubout 9 o'clock, but expected to reach the dani In time to look it over be fore dark last night. The return trip will be made today. A JOINT SESSION. There will be a joint session of the A- O. V. W. and Degree of Honor lodges tomorrow evening at the home of G. R. Finch. All members of both orders und their families are cordially invited to attend. FISHED AT NIGHT. Drs. Rrechan and Rubel and Her bert Oriest devoted the greater part of last night to a catfish hunt on the banks of Salt river. It is said that since the recent high water there Is an abundance of fish in the stream and that by night time they bite well. STORE IMPROVEMENTS. Druggist A. M. Farmer is having a gallery constructed in the rear of the tsore. It will be of much help and a large quantity of stock that now occupies the lower floor can be kept there and the crowded condition will be somewhat relieved. A WEDDING ANNOUNCED. Announcements have been received here of the wedding of Miss Edna Perrin Owen to Frank G. Hough on Wednesday, the 25th of this month. Mr. and Mrs. Hough will be at home In Ixs Angeles after the 1st of Sep tember. n - The Ends of Marriage. Happiness and harmony are not the sole ends of marriage. Surely home is home, to be kept Inviolate, even If it is not happy and harmonious; surely It does not follow that only coercion holds man and wife to gether, nnd yet coercion there must be. If that means the assertion and administration of law, human and di vine. Surely permission to separate "from bed and board" is not to be confused with divorce from the bond From a comment on "Divorce," by Bishop Doane In the August Century COLISEUM The Coliseum was crowded to the doors at both performances last even ing, when Lattural and LaRue put on their sketch. It was easily seen that it was, If anything, better than anything they have done yet. The pictures and illustrated songs were of the usual high grade that has made such n good reputation for that pop ular house. READ THIS Have you a wife, a mother or a sweetheart? If so, see Bigley for a lovely home. A place In town or a nice 10-acre ranch well Improved, or a 50-acre ranch with a good orchard. A lovely home in town of 19 lots and a new 8 -room frame house furnished; chickens and all outbuildings. Also some very nice houses to rent furnished or unfurnished. Also single rooms cheap. Call, we take pleasure in showing. JOHN BIGLEY With Cole Bros.. 210 West Washington. FOR SALE I have a bargain In a relinquishment. Land is part ly fenced and cleared. Good new house. Can get flood water and at least forty acres ready for putting Into crop. Good neighborhood. Good ditch. C. S. BERRYMAN CO. Real Estate and Insurance, 40 . North First Street. I I I I M M IHUItUMMM $6,000 Buys a' good 40-acre ranch and about 40 head of stock, 16 head of milk cows, 20 head of young , cattle. 4 head of horses, to- gether with all Implements on " ranch. , For terms and other Informa- tion, see me at once. A. R. TAYLOR. '. 7 West Adams St 4 ItHIH I I I I U I 1 1 i Bicycle Repairing, Machine Repairing, Electrical Work, Wheel for Rent, all to be found at E. Kilius' Stand, opposite the Olive Hotel. The Death of Mrs. Hauck at Her Home in Illinois. Word has been received here of the death in Ottawa, Ill.,s. Mrs. Hauck will be pleasantly remembered by a number of Tempe people. With her husband she spent the greater part of last winter here. The Haucks were former residents In . Andy Liggett's home town and were also intimately acquainted with Mr- and Mrs. Har mer and the Blakely family. The Putnam County Sentinel gives the following account of the death of Mrs. Hauck: "Mrs. Jessa Hauck. wife of Mr. Lloyd Hauck, died at her residence northwest of Ottawa on last Wednes day night after an illness of several months. The deceased was aged 29 years. She was a daughter of Capt. Alonzo Crawford, for many years a prominent citizen of this county. She was married to Mr. Lloyd Hauck five years ago and leaves her husband and many relatives to mourn her death. Funeral servioej will be held today, Friday, at 1:30 at her late residence. Rev. Page officiating, and her remains will be laid to rest in the Harmon cemetery." The deceased was universally esteemedd and had a great number of friends." o SUNFLOWER PARTY RETURNED YESTERDAY Enjoyed the Summer Immensely and Were Benefited by the Change. The Birchett-Chilson party re turned yesterday afternoon from Sun flower, where they have keen spend ing the summer. In the party were Mr. and Mrs. J- T. Blrchett and son, J. C. Chilson and family, Chas. Cliil- son and family. Misses Olive Griffen. j Jessie and Roxie Sturgeon and Myron , Sturgeon. The older members of the party spent the summer in a very juiet and pleasant manner. They went there with the avowed Intention of resting, and this they did to the exclusion of all else. The young ladies of the party, however, were more active. Durinir the course of their stay at Sun Flower they attended the festivi- ! ties at Payson on the Tth of the ' month and also visited the natural bridge- All the members of the party . enjoyed the outing immensely and re- , turned to Tempe much benefited by . the change. I o I MASTERY. Fold again roses new-blown. Over their hearts" amber flame; Bind ye, with fetters of gold. Buds that they bloom not. Re claim Perfume that windward has flown. Green boughs from waving with hold. TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE ARIZONA-HERCULES COP PER COMPANY.. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Arizona-Hercules Copper Com pany will be held at their office in the City of Phoenix. Arizona, on the seventh day of September, 1909, at the hour of 5:30 p. m., for the pur H)se of electing n board of five di rectors to serve during the ensuing year nnd to transact such other busi ness as may properly come before said meeting. Dated, Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 27. 1909. W. P. DUNHAM. President. E. G. THOMAS, Secretary. FOR THE INFORMATION OF APPLICANTS. United States Land 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, Range 12 East, (fractional) G. & S. R. B. & M., Including Sections 4 to 9 Inclusive, and Sections 16 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 H. PARKER. Register. CHAS. E. ARNOLD. Receiver. For SaIeCity Special 5-room brick and 8 lots, well im proved, choice location in outskirts of city. Price, on easy terms and low interest, only J3.500. FOR SALE, COUNTRY SPECIAL. 20 acres only 2 miles from center of city. Mostly in alfalfa; frame house, shade and fine soil. Trice now only $200 per acre. ROBERT A. WATKINS Real Estate, Insurance, Notary Public. 21 E. Adams St. I M 1 1 n 1 1 i i inim liiii ill' :; MONEY-TO-LOAN :: -on :: Improved Real Estate. : : Good Mortgages bought : : :: and sold. :: E. A. MARSHALL :: : : Real Estate and Mort- ' gage Investments. :: 7 W.Adams St. W MH I'I . .ii.ii., l 11.4 IIH 3 Beautiful THOMAS PLACE is the ideal spot for a cosy home By far the finest loca tion in Phoenix, and its assured increase in value makes it the most desirable place for invest ment. $10 DOWN $10 MONTHLY buys one of these beautiful lots 50x185 feet, with water piped to everyone. H. C. Thomas Real Es tate and Investment Co. End Indian School Car Line. Greene & Griffin Real Estate . Investment Co. City Agents. money TO LOAN On Improved Property E. J. Bennitt & Co. 16 and 18 N. Center St. Have your Bicycle Tires Klven satisfaction ? ? If not why not? There Is but two good reasons. They are either old stock or poor quality goods. We have a TIRE CELLAR and have a nice stock of fresh new tires. Prices from $2.50 to $5.00. Fisk. Goodrich, Hartford and Diamond brands. Arizona Motor Co. 36 & 38 East Adams St. Phone $3,500 $3500 will buy three good brick dwell ing houses close in. flood neighbor hood. This price is $1000 less than the actual value of the property. If you want to make a buy that will make you money don't pass this up W. M. Fickas 17 X.. 1st Ave.; Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. fire Insurance Policies are no better than waste paper, unless a fire occurs. THEN, they should be as GOOD AS GOLD. OURS ARE. L J. RICE & CO. 37 W. Adams St. Agents for German Alliance. N. Y. Underwriters. M-l-H-H-l 'M' 1 1 1 i i i i 1 1 1 ! ! 1 You Should Take advantage of the t present prices on the t Homewood and Jnonte f Vista five-acre lots, t They'll be higher in the f j fall. Come in and let 5 us tell you about them t and our easy home- ;; makers' terms. Dwight B. Heard I; Center and Adams Sts. :: H-1 I rt. M- H-fl 1-H1 m m ' We Have Several MID SUMMER SNAPS At lowest prices Salt River Valley Lands will ever reach. PHOENIX TRUST CO. 16 West Adams Street. mm The Landseeker who has his mind set on securing a tract of orchard ground in a locality and under conditions that will insure him the best opportunity for the future is confronted with scores of land propositions with so many A'aryiug claims of superiority that a choice is hard to make. Six different points should be considered in fixing the value of the land and arriving at a decision where to buy, namely. Soil, Water, Location, Transportation, Markets and Conveniences. Before buying it is to your interest to go and see The outhwestern ealty and be your own judge as to merits in comparison with all other fruit lands. IT'S THE SOIL. Phone Main 280. Next to Postoffice. "You've Til Farn .i MORE" It Isn't a question alone of whether you want a better salary it's a hard condition of life that you must face to protect your self and those dependent upon you. You can't stand still if you don't want to go backward, you must go forward that is, you've got to cam more. Earning more means holding a better position independence, happiness, and a chance to provide for the future. Thousands upon thousands who once held low, poorly paid positions now earn high salaries as a result of letting the International Correspond ence Schools show them how to accomplish the change. During last year about 4,000 studentsvol untarily reported increases in salary amounting to over two million dollars! Every month an average of 300 men voluntarily report to us advancement in position and earnings. Why not make YOUR start this month ? HOW TO DO IT Simply mark on the coupon the position you wish to secure, then tear out and mail the coupon to the International Correspond ence Schools. This puts you under no obligation whatever but allows our experts to adapt a Course to your individual needs and circumstances. You've got to earn more money The I. C. 5. will help you. Will you take the start today? 8 Oo. t f i - f 1 c 0 I INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS Box 709. SCRANTON. FA. Please explain, wit hoot further otriiffatinn on m part, bow I ci quality ktr a larger siiarv an1 nlv.nif neat to tbe position le1urc wbtm 1 have markol X. Ad Writer Show-Car.) Writer Wiatlow Trimmer Civil Service Etamt. Oraameatal Dte-r Mekhaaical Eitgine'-r Mecaaaical UrittstriAa Fuvemaa Mjrbiaiit Electrical Eagiaccr Electrician Power-Statioa Sopt. Architect Architectural Dr.ilts. Structuril Hue"' Structuril Ir ittnian Contractor A U-nMcr Furrm.ia PlumLxr Civil Engineer R. K. Construct. Eng. 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