TilE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNINO, FEBRUARY 8, 1915
For Rent Landi
EIGHTY ACRES, good cotton land,
close Tempe. Half alfalfa now. Box
2219 Republican. r
EIGHTY ACRES of alfalfa, 2 miles
east of Peoria, for rent. Dr. L. Dysart,
16 E. Monroe. bb
20 OR 40 ACRES fine garden land or
volunteer cotton, with house, near
town. J. W. Black, Henshaw and Wil
son Roads. tf
TO LEASE 60 acres, 1 mile west
of Laveen. M. Hauser. P
For Rent Store and Offices
Dlk Rmm For IfaH
Completely furnished with up-to-date
furniture, best location in city,
low rent. W. D. O'Neil. Basement
Goodrich Bldg., corner Center and
Washington Sts. r
For Uent Miscellaneous
CORRAL 415 North First St. tf
CALL AT PALO ALTO STABLES
If you want good saddle horses; gen
tle ponies for ladles and children;
also, riding skirts; riding lessons giv
en. North Fourth Ave. & Adams.
Phone 1573. 2bd
COWBOY CORRAL for saddle hors
es; also teaching riding lessons. Brat
ton, Phone 1063. 1-bb
Wanted Situations, Blah
WANTED Ranchjob by strong
young German. Good milker and un
derstands incubator. Answer 2234 Re
YOUNG MAN wants work as milker,
can handle 35 head. Republican Box
POSITION WANTED by young man,
thoroughly experienced bookkeeper,
stenographer and general office man.
Address Box 2206 Republican. p
EXPERT TYPEWRITER OPERA
TOR wants work evenings; will call
with machine anytime after 6:00 p. m.
'Dlck" Brewer. Phone 2261. tf
PHONE COOK BIBLE SCHOOL,
3507, for Indian workmen. . 20c per
hour. - ', 2-m
JAPANESE CLUB Most reliable
agency for any help, especially cooks
and waiters. 216 South Fourth Ave.
Phone 538. 2g
MULTIGRAPH LETTERS .
MoCausland Business Exchange
130 N. Central Ave. tf
Wanted Situations, Female
WANTED A position as housekeep
er for widower, no objections to chil
dren. Box 2203 Republican. p
LADY STENOGRAPHER, experi
enced In office work, desires permanent
or temporary position. Address Box
2202 Republican. p
MISS "WILSON Public Stenograph
er, Notary Public. Will call for dicta
tion. 14 West Adams. Phone 1584 tf
WANTED TO BUY, light woodwork
ing machinery and iron clamps and
hand screws. Call 717 W. Washington.
WANTED Information and prices
on following eecofld hand milling ma
chinery: Crusher about 9"xl5", two
NiBson Btamps, Amalgam plates, eleva
tor, cyaniding tanks, capacity 20 tons
per day, 30 h. p. gasoline or oil en
gine. Address T. E. D. Republican of
" WA NtTsD -Have" $500o"$1000toin
vest in some paying business. What
have you? Give full particulars. Ad
dress Box 2070 Republican. p
WANT-TOBUY from-200 to 400
range cattle. Prefer Hereford. State
ages, kind, etc., F. F. WILLIAMS, 15
N. 1 Ave. tf
TO BUY FROM OWNER. 5 or 6
room house, north or northeast part of
town, state terms. Address 2081 Re
SECOND-HAND furniture bought.
Dixie Furn. Store 205 W. Wash. Phone
WANTED Stoves and furniture to
repair. Phone 1133. Phoenix Furniture
Co.. 327 West Washington St. tf
WANTED Second hand furniture of
all descriptions, cash paid for same.
Phone 1917. r
WANTED, LIVESTOCK Will pur
chase good team, mares preferred;
milk cows, heifers, fresh or coming
fresh, yearlings; brood sows and pigs.
Call or address R. B. Cleaveland, Com
mercial Hotel. r
WASHING. PHONE 8439.
WANTED 11900 on gilt edge secur
ity, first mortgage on $4000 property.
Address A. H. T. care Republican, tf
Upholstering and canvas work of all
kinds done promptly and In the best
manner. Barfows-Fooshee Furniture
Co. Cor. First and Jefferson, Phone
WANT small chicken ranch, can pay
150.00 down and small monthly pay
ments, want to get a home. E. H. C.
care Republican. tf
WANTED Second hand incubator.
Box 341, Mesa, Ariz. r
GERMAN LADY wishes housekeep
ing room, with small German family.
Box 2208 Republican. P
""WANTED TOBUYrstorage battery
U. 8. L .or any battery for Overland
auto. 4 West Van Buren St. P
WANT TbBUYanTc're; alfalfa, for
chicken' ranch. Address Box 2201 Re
"Wanted Help Male
WANTED Middle-aged office man,
with experience, good salried position.
I'nion Loan Co., 3rd and Adams. Phone
Wanted Help, Male
WANTED Carpenter for few days
work in country. Box 2209 Republican.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED to handle
our specialties. Big profits to hustlers.
Particulars free. The Smith Sales Co.
P. O. Box 608 Phoenix, Ariz. r
HUSTLING SALESMAN, good hab
its, good mixer; a man who can sell
something of proven value needed by
merchants and others in southwest.
For information address Box 2222 Re
publican. , p
WANTED Barber, Saturday, $8.00
guarantee. 35 N. 2nd street. n
GOVERNMENT CLERKS WANTED
$70 month. Pull unnecessary, Phoe
nix examinations March 20. Sample
questions free. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 11 B, Rochester, N. Y. 3-b
WANTED 50 Mexican laborers at
Arizona Eastern passenger depot, 8:30
this A. M. $1.25 per day, bring bed
Wanted Help, Female
WANTED Woman who can do
darning on fine .goods. Call or phone
Colonial Hotel. 3t
WANTED Good cook, housekeeper,
family of two. 328 East Moreland. p
ELDERLY LADY of refinement
wanta practical nurse as companion.
Box 2224 Republican. p
WANTED Girl for general house
work; call during forenoon. 814 N. 2nd
Wanted Help, Male and
A SPANISH LESSON by a compe
tent teacher, instructions in practical
everyday conversation, rates reason
able.. Address Spanish, care Republi
MEN, WOMEN Learn the barber
trade. We placed over 3000 In good
positions last year. 8 weeks completes.
Moler Barber School, 429 E. 6th St, or
122 E. 2nd St.. Los Angeles. tf
Money to Loan
$10 per month pays for home.
We lend money to buy lot or pay
up on one already bought.
We lend money to build or we build
Your own plan; your own builder.
Select jour homeslte, we do the
HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Phone 1066. Basement Goodrich Bldg.
WILL MAKE LOANS on improved
city property from $1000 to $4000, funds
on hand for immediate use.
E. E. PASCOE
302 N. 2nd Ave. . tf
MONEY TO LOAN on income real
estate security. Inquire of Jamjson.
403 Fleming Block. tf
"LOANS Kinney & Thrift 35 E.
MONliY TO LOAN. $10.00 to $100.00
on your salary, furniture, piano, live
stock, farming implements, automobile,
real estate, etc., without removal, pub
licity or delay at the lowest rates,
strictly confidential. See us now. Mut
ual Loan Co., Room 5 Lewis Bldg.,' 5
West Adams. Photie 1396. tf
Lost and Found
LOST Saturday afternoon, brindle
bull terrier. Phoenix liconse tag No. 8
Return to 740 East Adams St., Reward.
LOST Bay horse, about 1300 lbs.,
has rope on. Last seen near Six Points.
Notify E. D. Ramsey, at Halstead Lum
ber company. Phone 1608. 3t
STRAYED OR STOLEN From the
Henry ranch, ',4 mile northwest of Six
Points, on Grand Ave., black pony,
seven years old, branded running N on
left hip, white hind feet, black mane
and tail. Notify Will Yetton, Box 20.
Route 3. bs
LOST Pair ot.nose glasses, Thurs
day night. Leave at Republican office.
LOST Dark bay horse, Pima Indian
brand on hip, lump on lower part of
neck. Reward. Phone 609. tf
$10.00 REWARD for crescent shaped
brooch of amethyst and pearls. Lost
about Dec. 5th. Notify by Phone 203J3.
The Cow Boy Commercial Corral
Ph. 1063. The 'Largest Livery, Feed
and Sale Stables, Van Buren & Gr.
Ave.; Have Sheds for men, rigs, horses
& Dressing Room for Ladles.
E. A. STARR Prop.
Phone 1063 tf
FOR SALE Old established restau
rant in the beet mining camp in the U.
S., lots of boarders at $1.00 per day,
$500.00 takes it or will invoice. Ad
dress Box 703, Jerome, Ariz. bk
IF YOU HAVE a few hundred dol
lars that you wish to make earn you a
good salary. Investigate, 137 South
Second street. p
FOR SALE Grocery store.
quire 1001 East Roosevelt.
PLUMBING Pay cash, cut your
plumbing bills In half; no job too large,
none too small, plumber. Republican.
110 REWARD for the arrest and
conviction of anyone stealing; the Arl
sona Republican from the front yards
of any ot our subscribers.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
PHOENIX AUTO LIVERY
Twelve city blocks 26c
2 passengers any part city, each. ...26c
Country trips over 20 miles, 12c per m.
Phone 13 ' tf
Auto Time Table
FIKE'S AUTO STAGE LINE
Car leave Pboenix and Mesa every
10 minutes from 7 A. M. until ( P. M.,
and thereafter as follows:
Leave Phoenix Leave Mesa
7:00 p.m. (:30 p.m.
1:00 " 7:00 -
1:00 " 1:00 "
10:30 " :00 "
Leave Tempe about 30 minutes after
leaving Phoenix. Leave Tempe about
20 minutes after leaving Mesa,
Flcke's Auto Delivery Phone 414
J. W. Crenshaw, lawyer
Office 211 Fleming Bldg. tf
AUTO PAINTING, estimates given.
Phone 2133. E. C. Higgina. Ell E.
Cleaning and Pressing
THE FRENCH ELECTRIC CLEAN
ING WORKS. Work called for and de
livered. Phone us a trial order. Phcr.e
Why you should send your work to
the ARIZONA CLEANING WORKS.
Because their plant represents a per
manent investment. The plant operat
ed by them is as sanitary and clean as
your kitchen. By sending your work
to the MASTER CLEANERS you are
sure to get what you are paying for.
Phone 508. Mrs. L. Wilson. tf
Contractors and Builders
W. H. JONES, general contractor.
Jobbing. 835 N. 7th Ave. Phone 8656.
CHIROPODY, corns removed pain
less and bloodless, 50c each; bunions,
moles, warts, etc., removed. 39 East
Adams. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704.
WE TEACH SEWING, 50c per lesson,
bring your material. American College
Dressmaking, Room 12 Munition Bldg.
Electric Carpet Cleaning
CARPETS CLEANED Telephone
733. Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf
We do the highest class Ford re
pairing, all work done by Ford ex
perts. Washing and polishing a
specialty. Evans Garage, 307 N. Cen
tral Ave. Phone 1213. tf
Scientific body massage, Swedish
movements. Evenings by appointment.
Miss.Catherine Power, 139 N. 6th street.
Phone 8803. - 3-1
SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY. Rough
dry 35c doz.; each bundle washed sep
arate; ironing also. Phone 3540. tf
LET US MAKE YOU A PRICE
on your sheep pelts before you sell.
Highest prices paid for hides.
EFFRON & COMPANY
1 Block east Phoenix Flour Mill.
Phone 1832 tf
Highest prices paid for hides and
Save your horsehides
South 14th Ave. Opp. Stock Yards.
GOLDEN EAGLE STABLES, 217
North Central avenue, Phone 451, at
tractive rigs, good horses. First clnss
ambulance service. 'Busses and hacks
on call. 2-dr
Da A. G GRAVES Osteopathic
physician and surgeon, over McKee's,
1st Ave. snd Adams St. Phone 1936. tf
C. P. LEE, 309 National Bank of Ari
zona Building, Accounting, Auditing,
Systematizing. Will open and Close
Books of Account ami make up Analy
tical statements and reports. tf
AT THE FOOT OF CAMELBACK
Mountain. For full particulars see Mrs.
Hilda Lamphear, 38 N. Central Ave.
You get sort water there and board
like home. Prices reasonable. 2-dm
WE SELL, rent, and repair, Reming
ton, Monarch and Smith Premier type
writers. Remington Typewriter Com
pany, Inc., 35 East Adams St. Phone
670, Phoenix, Ariz.
lflre a little salesman- at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
Transfer and Storage
LIGHTNING DEL. TRANSFER CO.
We store or haul anything. Phone
594 and 1126. 42 South Central tf
LET YOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE
CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE '
1228-427. 26 S. 2ND AVE. OPP. j
COURT HOUSE. tf
Undertaking and Embalming
EASTERLINO & WHITNEY Un
dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West
Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona, tf
MOHN, DRISCOLL & MAUS Un
dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di
rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
UNDERTAKERS Moore & McLel
lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. S29
West Adams St., Phone 601. tf
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
Upholstering and Cabinet
MATTRESSES REMADE, good as
new; we specialize in Bcreen doors and
window work. Phone 1419 for esti-
mates. 28 S. 4th Ave. . 2-bn
NOTICE Is hereby given that all.
electors of the City of Phoenix who!
have not heretofore registered and
whose names do not appear upon the i
election register of the City of Phoe- '
nix and who desire to vote at the
general primary city election of the
City of Phoenix to be held on March
6, 1915, and at the general city election
to be held on April 6, 1915, or at either represented. The exhibition was truly
of them, are required to register as a rare ami inter-sting event and
a condition to their right to vote,thol"?h 8everal hundred people vi
at said elections, or either of them. ted the hi" liurinK llle afternoon
All such electors may so register at
the office of the City Clerk, in the
City Hall of the City of Phoenix, at
any time during office hours from
date hereof up to and Including the
23rd day of February, 1915, at the
hour of five o'clock p. m., when the
register will be closed until the 13th
day of March, 1915, at nine o'clock
a. m., and will then be reopened and
remain open until the 19th day of
March. 1915, at the hour of five
o'clock p. m., at which time the said
register will be finally closed.
Dated at Phoenix, Arizona, this
29th day of January, 1915.
FRANK THOMAS, .
STATE OF KANSAS
Department of State.
T. J. Botkin, Secretary of State.
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES
ENTS SHALL COME, GREET:
I. T. J. Botkin, Secretary of State;
of the State of Kansas, do hereby
certify that the following and hereto
attached is' a true copy of Charter
of THE ANCHOR TRUST COM-
PAN Y OF WICHITA, the original of.
which is now on file and a matter There has been a suggestion with
of record in this office. ' I the Woman's club that the Art and
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I Loan Exhibition be made an annual
hereto set my hand and cause to be event .and surely if such is to be the
affixed my official seal. j ca.se, I lie club will meet with the
Done at the City of Topeka, this j highest .success, if the future affairs
15 lh day of January. 1915. f,re to be in anv wise similar to the
J. T. BOTKIN,
(SEAL) Secretary of State.
By E. A. CORRELL,
Assistant Secretary of State.
THE ANCHOR TRUST COMPANY
The undersigned, citizens of the
State of Kansas, do hereby volun
tarily associate ourselves together
for the purpose of forming a private
corporation under the laws of the
State of Kansas, and do hereby cer
That the name of this corporation
shall he "THE ANCHOR TRUST
COMPANY OF WICHITA."
That the purposes for which this
corporation is formed are to loan
money, either Its own funds, or
those of others upon commission;
ir.e acceptance oi an Kinos o. irusIH
and agencies in the service of i9
clients; the care and management
of property, real and personal, for
its patrons, and the purchase and
sale of the same upon ' commission:
the purchase and sale of mortgages
and mortgaged or clear property,
stocks, bonds, and other securities
either upon Its own account or up
on commission for its patrons, and,
generally to do all acts usual, nec
essary or incident to the business
of a loan and trust company, not
inconsistent with the laws of Kan
That the place where its business
Is to he transacted is at Wichita
in the State of Kansas.
That the term for which this cor
poration is to exist Is twenty-five
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. We
have hereunto subscribed our names,
this 17th dnv of May, 1893.
HIRAM W. LEWIS.
f KITTY S. LEWIS.
FANNY C LEWIS.
ISAAC F. WEST.
ALICE r. WEST.
STATE OF KANSAS.
SEDGWICK COUNTY .)
Personally appeared before me. a
Notary Public in and for Sedgwick
County. Kansas, the above named
Hiram W. Lewis. Isaac F. West,
Alice C. West. Kitty S. Lewis and
Fanny C. Lewis, who are person
aly known to me to he the same
persons who executed the foregoing
instrument In writing, and duly ac
knowledged the execution of the
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I
have hereunto subscribed mv name
and affixed mv notarial seal, this
17th day of Mav. 1893.
IIENRY W. RULE.
(SEAL) Notnrv Public.
My commission expires September
Filed: Mav 18. 1893.
R. S. Osborn.
Secy, of State.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL SOUTHSIOE AGENT
Refer to him Subscription Orders, 8topa, Change, a well as all Bs
inese regarding Advertising and Job Printing.
TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE
Casa Lome Hotel Bldg., Phone 53. With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 8 or SS
Tempe Correspondent, H. B. Griffon, Jr. Mesa Correspondent Chas. F. Jonos
GREAT DISPLAY OF
OLD Til ARTICLES
Art and Loan Exhibit Conducted by
Woman's Club, Brilliant Affair
Undoubtedly no greater event has
been conducted in the history of
,ie Tempe Woman's Club than the
An aml Loan Exnibit i nel(1 ttt tne
club room in the Olive hotel Sa
turday afternoon and evening. It is
tides were included in the display
and there was an interesting tale
to tell to everyone. There were ro
lics from practically every country
in the universe and every age within
lhe last lnree h,'1re1 ypars and m
Instances even a longer time was
an1 evening, its real worm warranted
attention of many times that.
' number, particularly in consideration
of the nominal admission foe lhe la
dies were charging.
Particularly interesting and unusual
about the exhibition , was the pres
ence of so many articles that the
average person would ne er have
thought existed. There was a con
cordance to the Holy Bible, over two
hundred years old; a hand propelled
sewing machine, the earliest machine
of that class and which is now close
to three hundred jears of pge. An
other interesting article was a Sy
rian gown worn from that old coun
try to Spain fourteen years ago by
K. T. Ilyder of Tempe. when he
made his first trip to the United
States. Another was an ancient
hour glass, tl at has been in the W.
I). Parker family for over 250 years.
Still another was the hand made
shawl woven in a convent in Spain
and imported to Mexico at the time.
of the Maximilian
There were hundreds and hun
dreds of other articles on display
equally as interesting that those who
visite.J tlie exhibition enjoyed the
novelty of seeing.
Some unlucky motorcyclist who
! attempted to duplicate the teats of
(others in climbing the Tempe Butte
took a dirty spill yesterday morn-
m(;. He had covered the worst ot
! the nalliwav and was hut a hundred
yards or so from the highest point
that I lie gasoline vehicle har: et
reached when a protruding rod;
swerved him off down the side of
the hill. Fortunately neither the ri
der nor the machine rolled very far,
but the rider was well satlslied to
gather things together and retrace
Postniusler J. W. oolf is in re
ceipt of a letter from a party in
Minneapolis, asking for information
j concerning the whereabouts of Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Ward, the latter
, Mng h, sis,pr js rempmbered
, thut the Wards were located at Ky-
rene. but some months ago they
moved, it is understood to Phoenix,
and since then no word has been
heard of them, either by friends In
Tempe or the sister in Minneapolis,
who is seeking their location now.
Any information that might be given
Postmaster Woolf will be greatly ap
preciated. CADETS ON RANGE
The Tempe normal cadets openec?
this season's work on the target
range Saturday with slow fire prac
tice at the two and three hundred
yard range. Twelve men went
through the instruction course to
that point and some very good re
cords were made, particularly by sev
eral of the fellows who were ex
periencing their first workouts at
target practice. High scores were
made by I.awrence Austin and John
Shoshusen, both new men in the
company and new to the practice at
the first two ranges. The normal
cadets number near eighty squads
this year, the largest in the history,
and Captain Irish is highly pleased
with the class of drills they are put
ting up. The target practice on Sat
urday's from now on comes prelim
inary to the three days encampment
in the late spring. During that out
ing the fellows will be afforded the
opportunity to view the , camp life
of the militiamen from actual ax
perience. In addition those who are
showing up well at the target prac
tice will be enabled to complete their
practice course and take up the
course for records.
STUDY CLUB MEETS
An interesting time was spent by
the Study Club of Tempe at its
semi-monthly meeting held Saturday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Murdock in Gage Addition.
"Socialism," was the subject of the
evening and Professor Murdock lead
the discussion with a splendid talk,
touching on Its political phases as
it affects its ever energetic party
in TEMPE, Ariz.
Good Openings for
Real Estate Agent
For Details, apply to
W. J. Kingsbury
in this country. Professors Belton
and Griffing also spoke on the sub-
ect, the former telling of the great
leader and writer. Ca:l,h. ,.,, , . . .
Marks, and the latter of Socialist
politics in Germany. At the close
of the study a social hour was en
I MESA !
Plan to be Outlined Tuesday at Meet
ing of the Mesa Poultry and
Pet Stock Association
There is a movement on fool among ' FUNERAL OF HEADLEY GRAHAM
the ranchers and business men for The funeral services over the re
a mid summer exhibit of agricultural , mains of Headley Graham the young
products of the .Mesa section. The man who was killed bv a falling tree
production is fashioned after the old Saturday, will b- held todav. The
time county fair in that a list o! i services will be conducted by Rev.
will be offered for the liest
exhibit of any particular kind of ve
getable or of any kind ot particular
produce grown in the fields or gar
dens. The splendid success of the chicken
show held at this place during the
last week in January has led to the
proposal of a pian to feature an
ricultural exhibit along similar
lines. Nothing of this kind has ever
been held in the Mesa section, that
is which has been distinctly a Mesa
exhibit and it is believed that it will
become a very popular affair.
placed before the Commercial Cluo
but it is believed by the promoters
" , . .. .,, , ,
that the local organization .vill glad-
ly assist in it for it is distinctively
within the field of the Commercial
Club. U v. ill be an incentive to the'
club for the reason that it will fur
nish a splendid display and one which
will bring out the very best pro
ducts that can be produced in the
Mesa section. .The arrangements wid
probably be made for the organiza
tion to retain the products so thai
they may be taken from here to tho
state fair at Phoenix and thereby
serve a dual purpose.
There are a number of local en
thusiasts over tne agricultural re-
sources who are ready to assist ma- (,Rv rol am) rw,elve ymir cheok or
terially with the proposition and it etel.nal happiness.' " Railwav and Lo
is safe to say that it will at least comotive Engineering.
be attempted. n
The matter will be take up at the A npw basebal, lea(fue is bt.inff
conclusion of the meeting of the frmed ln Minnesota. Wisconsin and
Mesa Pet Stock and Poultry Associa- ,owa oc,n8iKtlnB ,lf teams
tion on Tuesday evening at the town j Dcpa,ma bHS already entered for
hall at which time the premiums for . tnp Imli.,na)oli.s w0 mne motol. raf..
the prize exhibits of the chick, n ' a l h , Kinni,.ir un some months
show will be given out.
DEEP WELL ON DESERT
The sixteen inch well which
been put down on lhe Dr. E
Wilburn desert tract of land six miles
east of Mesa was bored to a depth of
325 feet Friday and the rig disman
tled and will be moved to a new lo
cation. The well has a splendid flow
of water which is believed to be in
exhaustible. While no test pump has
been put on the well, yet the mannpr
in which the water rose otter pene
trating the sand has led the drill
ers who were in charge to believe the
vein is an extra strong one. The
machinery including a complete pump
ing plant has been received and will
he installed in the very near future.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs.
Dorman and Mr. anil Mrs. Tweedy
who have desert claims, together
control practically two thousand acres
of land and the plan includes the
development of a portion of this tract
at this time. Nearly fifty Indians
have been on the land for a week
and have practically- cleared a half
section of the l-'nd which can easily
he placed in culthation. The tract
or a lKirtion of it is to be fenced am",
otherwise improved. This is one of
the largest privately owned proposi
tions thus far developed on the des
ert to the east of town.
PURCHASED MOUNTAIN HOMES
G. W. Coombs and A. A. Cluff left
yesterday for the mountains with a
light load of provisions where thev
have acquired land in the vicinity of I Good-bye corns, callouses, bunions
Fine. It is understood that the fami-' and raw spots. No more shoe tight
lies expect to follow as soon as the ' ness, no more limping with pain or
weather in the mountains moderate
sufficiently for comfort.
The government truck went out
Saturday loaded with good things,
including fresh vegetables and canned
goods for the convict road camp near
An attempt was made at about
5: 30 o'clock yesterday morning to
burglarize the grocery store of J. B.
McElwaine, immediately north of the
city limits on North Center street, by
y 1 rnr nrnrj-inrmnnjuumj
I cutting the glass in the front door.
I The falling glass awakened Mr. Mc
I Klwaine, who was sleeping on a cot
. in the rear of the store who iinme
I tiiately raised an outcry and the man
j was evidently frightened and rah.
' The glass which had been neatly cut
in a circular shape fell with a loud
crash on the floor of ihe store. .Mr.
j McElwaine immediatelv jumped to his
.feet and called to his wife who was
jin the home which stands about flf
ty feet west of the store. Mrs. Mc
' Elwaine answered that she had heard
it whereupon a search was imme-
tiiately begun. Four shots were
j fired which awakened a number o'
peple in the immediate neighborhood
some of thein thinking It was a fire,
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,lMn reakin the d
foot tracks measuring nearly a foot
in length. In the street in front of
the sture were traces of blood show
ing that the man in breaking the
Slass had evidently cut his arm.
DEATH OF NORAH ARNOLD
The death of Mrs. Norah Arnold
at her home jn Phoenix Saturday
evening, came as a distinct shock to
her many friends and acquaintances
throughout this section. It was known
that she had been in poor health,
'out it was thought that she had
about recovered. The funeral ar
rangements had not t.een completed
yesterday forenoon on account of
waiting word from relatives in Ne
braska. The deceased is survived bv
ja husband as weil as scores of
friends throughout this section.
1 ' wney Aiauuox and llev. E. C.
1'ors.vthe, of the Baptist church.
PRAYER OF AN OLD ENGINEER
A pious old engineer on the Erie
Railroad at Susquehanna used to say
his prayers aloud in the Young Men's
Christian Association rooms hefrtre
starting on a trip. An Inquisitive sten-
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Godfearing man and wrote down in his
notebook the earnest petition which is
"O Lord, now that I have flagged
Thee, lift up my feet from the rough
; road of life and plant them safely on
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me use the safety lamp, known as pru-
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i dence, make all couplings n the train
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with the strong link of Thy love, and
j let my hand lamp be the Bible. And,
Heavenly Father, keep all switches
closed that lead off on sidings, espec
ially those with a blind end. O Lord,
if it be Thy pleasure, have every sema
phore block along the line show the
white light of hope, that I may make
the run of life without stopping. And,
Lord, give us the Ten Commandments
for o schedule; and when I have fin
ished the run on schedule time p.nd
pulled Into the dark station of death,
may Thou, the superintendent of the
universe, say: 'Well done, thou good
and faithful servant; come and sign the
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
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SORE, TIRED FEET
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Good-bye sore feet, burning i'eet,
swollen feet, sweaty feet, smelling
; feet, tired feet.
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"TIZ" draws out all the poisonous
exudations which puff up the feet
the only remedy that does. Use "TIZ"
and wear smaller shoes. Ah. how
comfortable your feet will feel.
"TIZ" is u delight. "TIZ" Is harm
less. Get a 23 cent box of "TIZ" now at
any druggist or department store.
Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad
feet, feet that never smell, never
hurt, never get tired. A year's foot
comfort guaranteed or money re
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