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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1909.
3 10c OGAMS When the country's biggest cigar, house puts their firm name on a cigar, its a pretty safe bet -it's the best they can make. The Rothenberg's a hand made smoke blended of choice Havana leaf.. Sold fa 10e and ; 2 lor 25c sizes pasBMBSB Rothenberg & Schloss Cigar Co. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M, DISTRIBUTERS. DIFFERENT CIRCUMSTANCES. Country Clergyman Remembered One Case, ButNot In Other. The little country clergyman hail just read that very charming anw dote now going tSe rounds of the pr as telling how Mr. John W. Gates. thf oUw-r day. on meeting the millili ter wh-i had marri-d him forty yejxrs ago, after gri-eting him warmly, said to htm: "Vhn you married me I gave you only a $! fee. but I'll make up for it now," and drawing out his checkbook he drew and prmented to the aston ished clerjjyman a draft for $1,000. The little country clergyman rubbed his eyes when he read this, and then he read it aloud to 'his wife. "That is perfectly splendid." he said. It certainly is," replied the good lady. "By the way, Henry, didn't you tell me that It was you who marriod Josephine Hickenlooper to Col. Bul lion, of the shingle trust T' "Yes. It was thirty-five years ngo He paid me J2 for tying the knot." returned th -ekTRymHn. ".Veil, t should say." said' the good' lady, "that if these millionaires are going to make a habit of this thing It wouldn't be a bad idea for you to tneet the colonel cufualjy some day and remind him of it." "Curious coincidence," said the lit tle minister, "but do you know, Maria, i I was thinking that very same thing myself." j "Well, Henry dear,' don't let any grass grow- under -your feet." said Maria. "If I were you I'd go to New' York today, while this anecdote is fresh in the public mind, and sort of get in touch with Col. Bullion. .Who knows but that he has just read it himself and is thinking of you at this very moment'." ; Hence it was that the next morn ing found the R?v. Henry lingtring about the portals of the massive of-' flcu building, in which Coh Bullion attended to business: ami, sure enough, along about 11 o'clock toe impressive figure of the colonel was to be seen making Its way through the crowded highway. Why. r.ill, how are you." said tm Rev. Henry'. extending' his hand, as Bullion entered the corridor. "Morning," said the 'colonel, glow ering at him darkly, and trying to gel ty. "Y.u don't seem to remembvr roe. Bill." said the Ilev. Henry. "Don't you remember thut I married you to Josephine " - "Kemembcr youl" roared the col onel, 'Kemerr.bt r you? I'd give $10. 0i0 if I could forget yuiu. Yoj are my most persistent nightmare. When I think of what I got for. that $2 bill I gave you thirty-five years ago for tangling me up for the rest of my natural life you ought to thank your stars I don't jump on your ding basted neck. Get out of here!" And the Rev. Henry went back to his flock. Harper's Weekly. .WORLD'S GREATEST. EDITOR. ! NATURE'S CURE FOR RHEUMATISM t riicooA so nainful as Rheumatism, medicines containing opiates end nerve-quieting drugs are often used. Such treatment is dangerous not only because it frequently causes the sufferer to become addicted to the drug habit, but medicines of this nature are always injurious to the system. Rheumatism is a disease of the blood, and its cure depends entirely upon a thorough purification of the circulation. As long as the blood remains saturated with uric acid, an inflammatory condition of th nerves, muscles and tendons of the body will exist, and the pains, aches, soreness, and hot, feverish flesh of Rheumatism, will continue. The one safe and sure cure for Rheumatism is S. S. 8. It is nature's remedy for this disease, made entirely of the healing, cleansing juices and extracts of roots, herbs and barks from the natural forests. S. S. S. does not contain anything that is in the slightest way injurious to the system. It is absolutely and purely vegetable, and. free from opiates or sedatives of any kind. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism by removing the uric acid from the circulation, it makes the blood pure, rich and heaalthy so that instead of depositing sharp, uratio impurities into tho muscles, nerves, joints and bones, it nourishes every portion of the body with natural, healthful properties. Book on Rheumatism and any medical advice free to all who write and request it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. How Joseph Pulitzer First Became Reporter. The November American 'Magazine contains an interesting story of the extraordinary personality and the phe nomlnul rise of Joseph Pulitzer, the editor and proprietor of the . New York World. The story oi how Pu litzer .became s a reporter, Mr. Me loney relates as follows: , "A bitter February night In I860 saw Joseph Pulitzer crawling out of a train in the East St. Louis railroad yards, . penniless, hungry, alone and friendless. -The first Job he secured Was at Jefferson Barracks, an army post, taking car of sixteen government-mules, . " The man who has not cared for sixteen mules does not know what work and trouble are,' Mr. Pulitzer has. said often since those days. f'Iuring the next 'two years. Joseph Pulitzer, was fireman on a steamer which plied between St. Louia and New Orleans: but as soon as he was able he deserted the river for work ashore. He was Impatient to get ahead; to work with hjs head and not with his hands. He conceived a horror of debt during this formative period and carried to a painful prac tice the rules of conduct he laid down for himself in this respect. If he could not pay for a thing as he went along, he did without it. He hap lened to reach a paymaster's win dow at a place where he .was em I loyed too late one Saturday evening to receive his wages. It was the evening when his' week's board and lodging fell due and he would not face his landlady without the money which belonged to her. He walked the streets, sleeping where he could un til he got his wages Monduy morn ing. , "Joseph Pulitzer's restlessness and insatiable desire to learn prevented his staying lotig at one task. He would work in one place only long; j etiough io put ahead of him sufficients money to insure a ueu ami roou tor a' fortnight or three weeks. Then he- wjiuld be off to haunt the public library. So long as his money lasted be was the first person there and the I:ist to leave at night, and there under the flickering light of mid night, oil, over the fine type of In numerable pages, he set bis eyes a task, which was destined to assess an awful penalty. . "BetiSes books, Joseph Pulitzer had one ether passion, and that was chess, wfcfcK he had learned as a child In Hungary. The boy found little op portunity of indulging in the game, but he enjoyed visiting a small Ger- ! man saloon, and restaurant in a rear riom-of which the pity's best chess players used to foregather. He was among the spectators uf a hotly con tested, game one' evening, when, car ried away by his enthusiasm and -Lforgetting all- the proprieties of such an ' occasion, he shouted In the ear of the' player who had been steadily losing: 'Give him your knight!" " 'You seem to kpow so much more I about this game than I do,' said thisj gentleman, 'you would better take j my seat.' "The boy sat down and won the apparently lost game, then another j ami another. The champion of the coteries of players was lr. Emil Pree- i tortus, one of the editors of the West- liche PoKt, and a match was arranged j between him and the boy. which took j place the following , evening. Young Pulitzer beat the champion out of j hand. Thus he opened the door to i friendships which were to mean much to him. The boy obtained a clerkship in the German Immigration society's of fice. Next he got an appointment as a notary public; laUr he was admit ted to the bar. Then he was seized with the itch of writing. The late Carl Schurz was associated in the publication of the Wcstliche Post and the German Immigration society's manuger introduced the youth to him end recommended him. The staffs of all the St. Louis papers were small In 1S67. but the Post was most no table in this respect. It boasted but one reporter, who also was the city editor. Joseph Pulitzer was employed at a salary of $10 a week to become the Post's staff." I A Meat Shoe For Neat Men Dorris-lleyman Furniture Co. Arizona's Largest House-furnishers CASH on EASY PAYMENTS To Be Sure Our Carpet and Drapery De partments are showing ev erything worth while. Every known weave and design is here. One Day Special , Monday Only l fjlf The Refining Influence Of the Home-like Home bears its impress alike on the individual and family as well as the community. If You Only Knew how many we hare started on the road to happiness and competency with our easy-payment ptan, thero would not he a home iri Phoenix that did not have every comfort and conven ience. An account in, the savings bank isn't in it. Come .in and talk it over with us. ' " ' , " '. Whether vou are a mc clianic or capitalist, you are treated alike here. Grade Sanltaiy Couch S5.85 This is an outdoor land. We have all sorts of things to as sist nature in making you happy and contented, and oh, how cheap they are! E3 ft Don't You Think This Is' a happy combination? Could you improve upon it? .There isn't a home in Phoenix that wouldn't be blighter and hap-, pier with another rocker or two. Nearly three hundred styles for you to select from. Every known wood and finish. It's our way of pricing them less than you'd suppose. Whether you live in a cottage or a mansiont we can add . , to your comfort - and happiness 3 .When we told you a few days ago of the beauties and cheap ness of our new lines of Iron Beds, we did not tell you one half as much as we should. These are priced from $2.45 to $80.00. IMlllliiiiiminimiiO I FAMILY LIQUOR STORE !l 99 Real style and genuine comfort go together to the man who buys ' 'Wolf e's-Columbus" Shoes. These elirte! are more than merely a foot cover in-?. Thev have ample room for real foot comfort, but the lines of the last also spejl A'f neatness and beauty. "WOLFE'S-COLUMBUS SHOES For Men are not slighted in wearing quality. Shoemaking skill and honest values have given them nrst place a better shoe than you can buy tor more money. We guarantee them "Good wear or a new pair. ALL DEALERS SELL THEM The IVolIe Bros. Sboc Co. Columbus. Ohio 1 WONDERFUL VESSEL LOADING. Freight Is InadtKl and unloaded on the great lakes It Is claimed, faster than any where else in the world. It Is not long Bincc the loading of a steamship with ore or roa! at the rate of 1.000 tons ah hour, or pouring grain Into the hold at the rate of 1.000 bushels a minute, was fconsidered the rliinax of dispatch at the best equipped lake ports. The rate which could be maintained In unloading car goes was naturallr much slower than that -hich was possible to take iron i lire Ul'l 1,1 it Uig lane n v . I average-rate of a thousand tons an hou r' " 'Now that speed Is orten ex ceeded, at the best equipped docks, and meanwhile wonderful things are done In putting bulk cargoes Into bi ships. One of the largest steamers of the steel trust's lake fleet was loaded a day or two ago at Two Harbors at the rate of 169 ons a minute, or more than four tori' a second over 7.000 pounds of ore every time a man's ulse beats! The whole cargo of 10,111 tons was loaded in thirtv - nine minutes There Is one' more amazing fact In the vast Held of lake business. That is tne of fuel in moving freinht. It takes only a little more than half an ounce of coal on some of themost mod ern lake steamships to transport a ton of merchandise a mile ten barrels of flower carried a mile by burning a piece of coal the size of a large hick orynut. , n THE RUSSIAN CALENDAR Russia is to keen time with other countries. The government at St. Pet ersburg has decided to make the Rus sian calendar correspond with that of other countries. The Julian calendar Is finally to be abandoned and the Georgian adopted so that Russain dates will no longer be two weeks, or more behind all others In use by the clvalissed nations. This is a change the deep Import of which cannot be exaggerated for the forces of conservatism In Rus sia are far greater than even those In England, whkh retarded the reform of the calendar for 170 years after even Frotestant . Europe had accepted It, Russia has he!d out after three and a quarter centuries, but now faces the Inevetable. I .nil In. mlAn.t 't purposes. We handle the best California wine, also Italian and French. All kinds whiskey, brandy, cordials, liquors, cigars and beer. CALIFORNIA III WINE AND LIQUOR CO. 25 and 27 . Center St. 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I Mni' n 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 TIRES TIRES If you need Bicycle, Buggy or Cart Tires, we have them at BIKE HOSPITAL Stewart & Templin Next to Postoffice. Phone Main 3GTj. I H 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I I I Hi 1 I I I I 1 r GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD, Prop. . Third and Washington Streets. F.ne, Clean Rooms. Centrally Located. Give us a cull. Nice Restaurant combined. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I T I l I 1 1 I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I SUGAR BEET CONTRACTS havereen coming in rapidly, and we now have over one-half of the 7,000 acres already contracted for. As soon as we reach the 7,000-acrc mark we will be compelled to re fuse anv more applications. Parties, wishing to grow Sugar Roots the coming season should see our agents at once or write to us at Glcndalc. , Early planted beets, well tended on good soil, will prove the surest and best crop that can be raised in the valley. It is possible to raise 30 tons per acre; 20 tons per acre will -be a common yield, and 15 tons per acre is a fine paying crop. The "market is steady and the price assured, $4.75 per tou. We will arrange for seed and hand labor. Sec us today. i Southwestern Sugar & f Land Company T I I I 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I II I I I 1 1 I I I I I III I I I HI I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I t H I The Old Reliable Established In 1117. We have added a motorcycle to our -mes-sonr force. The public will find us very reason able and convenient for long distance trips. Lightning Delivery Fhoue Main 16. It & Center. The largest line of Genuine Mexi can Drawn Work ever shown in Phot'nix at the best prices. See our window. 1 1F.B. Baptists Co. freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Storage at reasonable rates. Ptesr and Consolidated -Transfer 2nd Storage Co, Baggage office, IK North Center St ' Telepnone Main 142. General office. - 42 South Center St Telephone Main 74. ' THE "RIGHT" BROTHERS FOR 3UCCE3S Saving and Thrift are the "Right" brothers to employ if you want to soar to financial success. There is no speculation about it, for they are safe and ionservative. Now is just tmtime to open an account with the Valley Bank. ' 4 Per Cent Interest' Paid on Savings Accounts. THE VALLEY BANK Established 1884. - Phoenix, Arizona. U II