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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1909.
P01KISH PARTY AT THREATENS HOLD UP OF PAS SENGER TRAIN Other Incidents By Which the Week Wai Enlivened Iron Springs, Aug. 28. (Special Correspondence to Republican) Miss Ruth Jessop entertained with a picnic luncheon Saturday. The Invited guests were: Misses Florence Herndon, Blanche Kelly. Charlotte Crane, Flor ence Sloan, Ruth Williford, Helen Les lie, Annie Warner, Llla Hawkins, Alice Adams, Louise Draper, Mabel Hocker, Edith Armitage and Florence Jones from Prescott; and Helen Ely, Mary Jenkins, Raima Chalmers, Helen Alexander, Hazel Goldberg, Selma Goldberg, Lucile Kays, Flora Grier, Louise Murphy, Beth Bennett, Pearl Stauffer, Hazel Martin, Ethel Eaton, Winifred Jessop and Mrs. Chas. Stauf fer. Mrs. Gus Noll. There was not the usual Saturday night crowd attending the dance .but several were over from Prcscott, and the usual good time was reported by all. The guests from Prescott were: Misses Eleanor Sloan, Ruth Williford, Annie Wtagner, Helen Leslie and Edith Armitage and Messrs. Harold Eliot, Lyenne, Taliaferro, Elliot, Neil Clark, Dr. Graham. Thursday evening the camp was beset with a crowd of pale ghost-like figures, as the guests of Miss Hazel Martin. They swarmed the station and seemed to take great delight in frightening the passengers on the south bound train, to join their ranks. An old couple, evidently not used to the wild and wooly kind were seen making desperate attempts to crawl under the seats and out of the win dow In one last effort to escape. The train having thoughtlessly moved on, in spite of their childish pranks. They meandered over the hills to a bon fire by which they warmed their chilled bones. After they had partaken of dainty refreshments in a most healthy and unghostly' manner, they suddenly took human forms and danced until the wee sma' hours. Miss Martin's guests were: Misses Florence Jones, Maud Thomas. Formie Thomas, Louise Nelson. Florence Herndon, Blanche Kelly. Charlotte Crane, Mabel Hocker. Helen Ely. Helen Alexander, Hazel Goldberg. Selma Goldberg, Beth Ben nett, Flora Grier, Louise Murphy, Lu cile Hays. Ruth Jessop, Ethel Eaton and Messrs. Gus Peters, George Thom as. Garry Vyne, Dave Ling, D. M. Russell, Raymond Belcher Leyenne, Talaiferro, Charles Rjib, Dr. Graham, Joe Bradford, Jay Algire, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Chalmers, Mrs. Cools. Miss Ramia Chalmers and Lewis and Miss Mary Jenkins left Saturday afternoon. Boh Anderson arrived Saturday to spend a couple of weeks in Iron Springs. Saturday arrivals were: Sims Ely Jr.Mr. Sam Ea-sterling, Emery Kays, Aaron Goldberg, Donald McQueen. Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth spent Sunday in Prescott. Donald Hocker returned to Phoenix Sunday after a week's visit. Sims Ely returned to the springs Sunday after a short trip east. Aaron Goldberg returned to Phoenix Sunday night. Monday's train south took Mrs. Wil lard Smith. Laveela Thomas, Mr. Sims Ely, Mr. McDermitand and Gus Noll to Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stauffer and Miss Pearl Stauffer left for Phoenix Tuesday. Mrs. Sandoz and family, who have been spending the summer in Iron Springs, left for Phoenix Tuesday. Mrs. J. L. B. Alexander and Miss Helen Alexander were visitors in Prescott Tuesday. Miss Maud Thomas arrived Wednes day to be the guest of Miss Marlin, tor a few days. Mrs. Sims Ely and Miss Helen Ely were Prescott visHors Wednesday. Miss Ethel Eaton, who has been spending a few days in Phoenix, went through to Prescott Wednesday and returned to the springs Wednesday evening. Mrs. Barry Goldwater and little son, and Mrs. Morris Goldwater, were the guests of Mrs. E. J. Bennett AVednes day and Thursday. Miss Mabel Hocker was the guest of Miss Ruth Jessop Thursday. Miss Hazel Goldberg and Miss Helen Alexander made a flying trip to Pres cott Thursday morning. Mrs. Fen S. Hildreth is again spend ing a few days in Phoenix. Mrs. W. K. James spent Friday in Prescott. Miss Helen Ely, who has been spend ing her vacation in Iron Springs, leaves Sunday for Stanford univer sity. o LICENSED TO WED A marriage license was issued yesterday to Juan Makin and Martha Anton. Coffee Plain Cream Soda Our coffee flavor is the real article and with good cream makes about the nicest foun tain drink you can get. ! lMililllmi'IUIM.JI'l'1lMiiMilMW , . )WW ! M . 11 HI HI II. 111.11 -II. I II 1 1 -"i. -fllMM ' iinnMiiM III III III I 1 mini inn mm iwii.i';ii.i;aie in., m '" lmm w n mmmr i ' in in mmmm JT THE lotion ) 1 1 XI:.X.. ' ' u i J i ' - nun ! m i ... . 1 iiuiijUji.m t tn-n-niM-aiiMiint-iin-in .f,,.-. r M, iiwMinimnni wimwnMiiiiiiwrnimwii mMMMMMIWMMM immimim u THE BEAK DRUG ST0IE Adams Pharmacy HENRY B. CATE, Mgr. In Hotel Adams. Tel M. 243.