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THE AE1ZON A REPUBLICAN
TWENTY SECOND YEAR
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1911.
VOL. XXII. NO. 26.
Fire Cannot Burn
Nor Rot Affect
J. IW. Asbesfo s
Its base is pure Trinidad fireproof
cement, that is absolutely impervious
io heat or water. It presents an im
pervious surface to heat or water.
There are other so-called asbestos
roofings on the .market, but only one is
being imitated. The J'. .Roofing
stands alone, the best guaranteed root
One may have an abundance of the former lie
wiJl hardly keep it without the latter.
One who has modicum of the latter will soon ac
quire a sufficiency of the former.
Both the man of cents and the man of sen.se
should have an account in this bank.
Business sense demands a bank connection. Com
mon sense adds its endorsement to it. '
National Bank of
A tenderfoot feeder once put green spectacles on hla stock and
fed them shavings. To him it did not matter what they ate so long
as they were fed. Calculate what your feed costs; seo that it Is
palatable, easily digested and full of nourishment, and you will buy
ARIZONA ALFALFA MILLING CO., Manufacturers of
Zona-Falfa Meal, Zona-Falf Poultry Feed
June pasture In a bag.
. , Makes 'em lay.
Zona-Falfa Dairy Feed,
A milk producer.
Zona-Falfa Horse Feed
A balanced ration. Alfalfa, meal and molasses.
ice to Subscribers
Be sure and have the address of THE REPUB
LICAN changed to reach you on your
SUMMER VACATION TRIP.
Mail us the itinerary of your trip and TELE
REPUBLICAN will be awaiting your arrival at
each stopping place.
NO EXTRA CHARGE.
Send notes of your trip, which we will be pleased
All kinds and des
criptions. We carry
them in stock. ' Get our,
Phoenix Warehouse Go
Cor. 3rd Ave. and Jackson St.
Overland Phone 1231
AS a toilet soap for
Xj- preserving and
purifying the complex
ion, hair and hands, and
as a skin soap for dis
sipating irritating and
unsightly conditions of
the skin, Cuticura Soap,
assisted when necessary
by Cuticura Ointment,
Cuticura Soap and Ointment are told
by droughts and drain cverjrwbrre. but
a liberal sample cf tarn. Kltn 32-p. book
on the kln, ulll be culled trtv on appli
cation to -Cuticura." Dept. F. Botlon.
A DARING CRIME
Mexican Boys Break Into Storehouse,
and Steal Twenty Pounds of
SUMMONED BY DEATH
Mrs. P. P. Parker Passed Away Early
Mrs. Susie K. Parker, wife of Cap
tain P. P. Parker, died at the family
home. No. ltiu West Adams street,
yesterday morning' about 4 o'clock,
after a Ions illness involving ner
vousness and stomach affection,
though she had not been acutely sick
for a great while, and the news came
as an unexpected shock to many of
her best friends. Her husband and
three of their four children were at
the bedside when the end came, the
absent member of th family being
James A. Parker, who is in Cochise
county. Efforts were made to reach
him by telegraph yesterday and it is
expected he will be here in time for
the funeral which will be held this
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the resi
dence. The three children here are
Miss Angle 11. Parker, Karl II. Park
er and II. Clay Parker.
There will be a short service at
the house, including a short biograph
ical sketch and musical selections af
ter which the interment will be made
under the auHpices of Phoenix chap
ter No. 5, Order of the Eastern Star,
of which she was a prominent and a
greatly beloved member. She was a
charter member of the Phoenix chap
ter and was also a past matron of the
The officers and members of the
chapter are requested to meet this
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the chapter
room of the Masonic temple, where
carriages will be provided for all
members who will attend the funeral
at 4 o'clock. After the house ser
vice the procession will move to
Greenwood cemetery where the in
terment service of the Eastern Star
ritual will be performed.
Susie R Hendricks was the daugh
ter of Moses and Amanda Hendricks
and was born May 17. 1840. at the
Hendricks homestead in Pike county,
Missouri. She was, married Janu
ary 30, 18C5. at Locust OSrove. Mis
souri, to Prosper Powell Parker. Af
ter leaving Missouri they lived for a
number of years In Dakota and came
to Phoenix February SISDO. this city
having been their home ever since.
They have resided at the residence on
West Adams street since August 14.
Besides her activities in the Eastern
Star Mrs. Parker has always been a
leading member of the Woman's Be
lief Corps of this city and was widely
known among the older residents by
whom she was universally respected
and beloved for her kindly words and
NEWEST THING IN COMBS.
Thn lntest noveltv In combs is one
mt,,io nf nnner. It is made of a hard.
smooth finished cardboard. It is not a
fine toothed comb; in fact Its tcetn are
iiif lonir drawn out saw teeth, but it
serves its purpose yoa can comb your
hair with it.
The naner comb is one to be used
once and then thrown away. It is de
igned for travelers and for use In pub
c baths and in various other places
here now micht be found combs kept
for common use; in such places these
combs might be supplied by the estab
It is not costly, the ipaper comb; put
in a waxed paper holder, it is sold at
retail for 1 cent.
A FINE ONE, BUT
At last Cleveland has a new rail
road station. It is clean, light, com
modious, modern. In all its appoint
ments it Is strictly up to date. Arch
iteetually, It Is a credit to the city
and a Joy to the eye. It really leaves
nothing to be desired.
It has often been said that there
are more satisfactory ways of deriv
ing a princely income than from a
peanut wagon. The profits are not
large under the most favorable cir
cumstances, says the peanut man at
the Coliseum, but when circumstances
are unfavorable, when competition
presses, and when the peanut store
house is entered and robbed of all its
supplies, the outlook is so discourag
ing that a panic seems to threaten.
Last Sunday night the peanut house
of the Coliseum peanut man was en
tered by two youthful miscreants,
whose tender consciences could not
contend successfully against their in
satiable appetites. Tlie burglars were
two Mexican boys, both very young,
and both very hungry. If they had
satisfied themselves, however, with
taking all they could eat. the peanut
man would not have had to go to the
police about the matter. Instead of
leaving when they had had their fill
they proceeded to make away with
several bags, and split another open,
to spill its contents on the floor. Al
together, when the peanut man came
into the storehouse yesterday morn
ing to take stock of his world's
goods, lie found himself short about
twenty pounds. It was a heavy loss,
tind in order to recover the property
or bring the robbers to justice, if iks
sible. he Immediately took the mat
ter to Marshal Moore.
When he heard the nature of the
case, the chief shook his head, and
said, "very grave, very grave." as
though there was small chance of
discovering the guilty parties, doing
to the scene of the robbery, however,
he undertook to do -.-hat he could,
and in a short time the officers were
notified to take action on the case.
It is possible that the peanut robbery
would have remained a mystery
through all the remaining yenrs of
the Phoenix police department, had
not the thieves, finding themselves in
need of money, attempted to sell the
peanuts to a local fruit anil peanut
merchant later in the day. They
were caught with the peanuts in their
possession, and promptly confessed.
Their parents were notified, and in a
short time they were relased. Their
imrems nave ueeu mnuicw. " ' V
m hrintr them back to tlio office" or
the city marshal this morning at 9
o'clock, when they will receive a rep
rimand and advice on the wickedness
of their offense.
FEELS RECENT STORM
Mississippi Valley Heat Wave Disap
peared Last Sunday.
The headers and threshers navo
been at work for the past tw.i
weeks in this vicinity. This
year's grain crop is reported to be
above the average. Nearly all the
ranchers have finished putting up
their second crop of alfalfa hay.
Mrs. Geo. Kay and family left last
week for Kansas, to spend the sum
mer. R Beasley took a largo bunch of
sheep to the hills Monday.
Joe Monlhon took his cattle from
Judge Nave's place the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Woodson are
guests in the city this week.
A number of the farmers arc plant
ing sorghum for fall feed.
Oscar Boberts has been very ill.
but at this writing is reported better.
There were symptoms of typhoid fe
ver, but are now under control.
Two deaths occurred here recently,
the twin babies of Mr. and Mrs. Tice.
The old Bunge ranch is undergo
ing a scries of improvements. All the
land has been cleared and sorghum
and grain put in. besides the number
of other jmprovements.
Leonard and Mary Johnson of
Phoenix spent last week witli their
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds.
The farmers had a meeting at Fow
ler last week for the Interests of
their creamery, and so far report
every thing running smoothly.
THE PARTY LINE.
"Hello! Is this Benders'?"
"Is it Ludlows'?'
"No, it's "
"Is It Harklys?" "
"No. This is "
"Is it Pendergasts'?"
"No, it isn't. That is "
"Us it Holloways'?"
"No! Let me talk! This is Jame
son's!" "Good! Just who I vranted to talk
LOCAL FIRM WILL CONTINUE
Elvey & Hulett, quality druggists, of
this city have just closed a deal where
by they will continue to be agents for
ZEMO the well known remedy for
Eczema, Dandruff, and all diseases of
the skin and scalp.
The extraordinary leap that this
clean liquid external treatment for skin
affections has made into public favor
in the last few years proves its wonder
ful curative properties and makes it In
deed a valuable addition to the fine
stock of remedial agents carried by
Elvey & Hulett.
They have a limited supply of sam
ples, one of which will be given free
to any skin sufferer who wishes to
test the merit of the medicine. A book
let "How to Preserve the Skin," will
also be given to those Interested.
The northwestern storm center, lo
cated over South Dakota and Ne
braska at the time of the last
charting, moved rapidly eastward yes
terday across Michigan and Ontario,
causing light to copious rainfall dur
ing its passage over the Nortli
Atlantic states, the Ohio, tlu upjier
St. Lawrence, and the upper Missis
sippi valleys, and the lake region.
The heat wave that covered the
northeastern states and the upper
Mississippi vnlle.v lias entirely disap
I tea red, under the influence of the
eastern high pressure that moved Mjt
to sea yesterday. The moderate cool
wave in attendance upon the North
Pacific high pressure area, advancing
rapidly inland ovvr the great plains
states, has effected a general reduc
tion in temperature of S to 14 de
grees over the Arkansas, the Missouri
and the upper Mississippi valleys.
The Arizona-Mexico, storm center
made no progressive movement dur
ing the last 4S hours, but in connec
tion with the rapidly advancing high
pressure from the northwest lias
aimed high winds generally over the
southwest. Then is a general increase
in temperature of C to 14 degrees over
the Bocky Mountain region. Cloudi
ness prevailed over the southwe-st yes
terday, and also over tin Great
Itk&s and the North Atlantic states
The highest tempature retrdtd
yesterday was S4jlegrees at Charles
ton. Tile lowest was 44 degrees at
North Platte. Fog was reported from
San Diego. Bainfall was reported
from Montreal, where there was a pre
cipitation of 1.9C inches, ami fl -in
New York city, where there was a
precipitation of 1.3i inches Winds f
S miles per hour velocity occurred at
Pittsburg and of 40-mile velocity
at New York city. Thunderstorms
were reported from Pittsburg. yjMi
kane and Montreal. Pressure condi
tions indicate fair weather for thi--locality
today, with not much change
do we accept the savings of our depositors for
safe-keeping, allowing them four per cent interest
while remaining ix-r,;. nut
We A so
assist our customers to invest their savings wisely
aim piofital.h as soon as they have saved enough
to do so.
are entitled to this service. If you are depositing
here you can know your saving. art) -'safe your
The Union Bank
and Trust Co.
'Tho Crowing Bank"
A- C. BILICKE LOS ANGELES, CAL. JNO. S. MITCHELL
Rates: From $1.00 up. Rates, With Private Bath: $1.50 up.
Borne, with her seven hills, con
quered the world.
The seven Guggenheim took Alas
ku. The seven Mad. -rets .
St. Louis Post -Dispatch
When She Is Looking Around for the
By Mrs. Janet Mch'eurie Hill, Editor oj
the Boston Cooking ikhool Magazine
In giving tmS recipe, Mrs. I Till 1e
lieves it to be one of the best all-around
cake recipes it has been her good for
tune to make. The simplicity ami uni
formly good results will appeal to every
furnishings for that new home is nat
urally looking for the best and most
stylish at the lowest price. It is here
at our store where she will find all
she can possibly wish for in correct
styled furniture, up-to-date carpets
and rugs as well as an exceptionally
choice stock of draperies and curtains.
lorris-Heyman Furniture Co,
Everything for the Home.
K C Nut Cute
One-half cup butter; 1 cups gran
ulated sugar; U cup milk; Jcups'jiour;
2 level teaipoonfuls K C B;kng J'o
der 1 cup of nut meats chopped fine,
whites of f eggs, beaten dry.
Sift flour and baking- powder together,
three times. Cream the butter, add the
sugar; then alternately, the milk and
the flour mixture; lastly the whites of
eggs and the nut meats. Ilake in a
sheet in a shallow pan thirty or forty
minutes. When cold cover with the
icing and decorate with whole nut meats. '
ThU is nlM an excellent white cake recipe t
when nuts are omitted.
One cup granulated sugar; ounce
chocolate; white of 1 egg, beaten dry;
Yz tcaspoonful vanilla extract; )i cup
Stir the sugar, chocolate and watet
until the mixture boils; cover and let
ltoil three minutes. Uncover and let
Itoil till when tested in cold water a soft
ltali may be formed; beat into the white
of egg, then beat until cold, add vanilla.
The nut cnminel frostintr given on pace forty
of the K C Cook's IVook may lie uetl in place of
the chocolate frosting, if deiiretl. A copy of
the Cook's Book, handsomely illuMratol in 9
colors, will be mailed free, if yon will i-cml the
colored certificate packed in 25 cent cans of K
C Baking Powder to the Jauils Jtw.. Co.,
Chicago. 3 5
Easterhng & Whitney
213 W. Washington St.
Still selling. Why not when
you get It for 40c a box?
See the window for other
kinds as cheap in proportion 2
for 15c and 25c a box for fancy
"THE PURE DRUG" DRUG
Huifin Drug Company
Vehicles to Be
I will sell my entire
stock, consisting of
surreys, spring wagons,
harness, wheels, shafts,
both new and second
hand, at cost. Every
thing must go to make
roqm for a big ship
ment now on the roa 1
Terms to suit.
fll UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT SioB
I. . . I
Those of Moderate Means
who are unaccustomed to tho details of
business are assured of eery consid
eration by the officers of this bank.
In. addition to tho customary bank
ing service, we are always pleased to
confer with our depositors regarding
financial matters. Our large Capital
and Surplus of $450,000.00 and the
super. ision of tlse Vrlted States Gov
ernment afford assurance ff safety
for all funds mtrustid ti our care
The Business Man
desirous of providing a reserve fund
as protection against possible emer
gencies can find no better investment
than a Certificate of Deposit Issued
by this strong, progressive bank. Ev
ery known safeguard of modern
banking is thrown around funds thus
employed and the fact that your
money is not only earning A': interest
but is also constantly available adds
to the deslmbilitj of this form of