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TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1908.
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MAY BEGIN EARLY
The Owners Under the Highland Canal
A jH'lition ot the board of governors
of the Water Users' association asking
them to petition the United States I
government to allow the land owners .
under the Highland canal, under what
is know n as the cooperative plan. The
petition further asks that the water
users advertise for bids for the ton
stniction of the canal. Charles Jones
who has been circulating this petition
lias practically secured the signatures
of all those who have taken up land
under this new water way and also of
all owners of deeded property who are
residents here and could be seen, oth
ers who live at a distance will be for
warded the petition as soon as possi
ble. As soon as all of these are heard
from it is probable that work of ac
tual construction on the canal will be
begun as soon as possible.
CANDIDATE FOR CLERK.
W. D. AlcBrayer announces himself
as a candidate for clerk of the house
In the coming legislative assembly
providing there is no applicant f.r the
josition of speaker from Maricopa.
Mr. McBrayer is well known here and
is competent to fill the position.
LEAVE FOR MEXICO.
Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dif
fendoffer left for a tour of Old Mexico.
They expect to be gone about three
weeks during whK-h time they will vis
it all of the principal cities and towns
ar.d several places of historic interest.
Mr. Diffendoffer has been closely con
fined to his work during the past two
years. He had intended to take a va
cation during the summer months, but
was prevented from doing so. Frank
Montgomery has been engaged to fill
Mr. Diffendofft r's place in the Pioneer
TEMPERANCE TALKS THIS
This evening at 7 o'clock there will
be a tempera. ice meeting at the Bap
tist church. Two visiting workers of
.the National W. C. T. U. are to be
present and speak. These .ire Miss
Gabrella T. Stickney. organizer and
lecturer of the X. W. C. T. U. and Mrs.
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TtTTANY a friendly contest for a social or business
11 prize is settled in favor of the man who wears
the right kind of clothes.
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
make that kind of clothes; and we sell them. Hart
Schaffner &Marx clothes are all wool and all right.
This store is the home of Hart
Schaffner & Marx clothes
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GOLDEN RULE STABLES.
Horses Bought and Sold. .
New equipment throughout. Special attention given to parties
T wishing to go to Roosevelt, and a
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THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO.
will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hours. One
of the most scenic stage routes In America. Five relays. Phone us
for Information. Fare, J6.00.
MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO.
YOU SA VE
THE LATEST CONCEPTION OF ART AND USEFULNESS AT
M. P. MOLL AD AY'S
Silver and Chinaware Free
Trade $25.00 with us and get J2.50 worth of Silverware free, or
Trade $25.00 and secure a 7-piece Dinner Set, free, or
Trade J25.00, pay $2.00 and get a 42-piece Dinner Set
The Silverware is the best quadruple plates and the Chinaware
of a good grade, beautifully decorated in a decalcomanian pattern.
THE LESUEUR-GIBBONS CO.
MESA - -- ARIZONA.
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i Utz and Dunn's Fine Shoes I
T We have Just received another consignment of this firm's fashiona
ble Footwear for ladies. This lot
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H. HOGLE, Manager
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Mary K. Stewart, who has charge of
the Junior branch. Both ladies are of
Hedlands, Cal., and are prominently
connected with the work.
There will also be other speakers
who will address the meeting, among
them Mrs. E. W. Wilbur, president of
the local W. C. T. U.. An address by
President J. T. LeSneur of the Church
of Latter Day Saints will be delivered.
Mr. Mr. Maddox who is superintendent
of the work connected with the W. C.
T. l medal contest will speak along
this line. Rev. A. I. Hawley, pastor of
the Methodist church wdl also deliver
a short talk. G. L. Young will speak
in behalf of the lodge of Good Tem
plars, a branch of which was recently
The meeting will bo an interesting
and helpful one and it is expected that
the Baptist church will be crowded
to its fullest capacity this evening. The
hour for beginning is set for 7 o'clock.
SUFFERS STROKE OF PARALYSIS.
Mrs. Martin, who resides at the
home of her son Clinton Martin, south
east of town is quite 111, having suffer
ed a stroke of paralysis, which affect
ed her entire right side. Mrs. Martin
Is quite an aged lady, and this illness
at this time is a severe Bhock to her
A FINE BABY GIRL.
Eiirly yesterday morning the stork
brought a fine girl baby to the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Goodrich, who
reside on West Second street. Both
the young lady and mother arj getting
on well. Dr. P.. F. Pain,' r was tl:i
NEW WELL DOWN 150 FEET.
The work of dulling on the r.ew ci';.'
well has been progressing rapidly of
late. Superintendent Mct.rni;:ck h.ts
been successful in taking i I r.f the
cr.sing and t. o'.s due of O-.-s old well
which means a aviiv; of uixhu $1S')0
to the city.
At the presnt depth of 150 feet the
showing for plenty of water is good.
t present, however, it cannot be def
initely estimated how much further
the well will have to be sunk to ob
tain the desired results.
BROKE SHAFT OF JOB PRESS.
One of the cogs in the large wheel
attached to the job press at the Free
Press office here was broken yester
day morning and the loose piece lodg
ed in the small cog wheel on the shaft
causing it to snap in two.
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horse at the disposal of the pub- f
LORAN DANA, Proprietor.
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We give a discount of Five Per
Cent, on all cash purchases amount
ing to one dollar and over.
SMITH & BELL
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THE GAS FRANCHISE
UP TO THE VOTERS
A Special Election on the Subject
The gas franchise of the South Side
Gas comjiany which has been favor
ably passed upon by the city council
has duly passed through the different
stages of publication as required by
law, and will be up to the voters for
final disposition at the special election
to be held on Saturday next.
The petition asks permission for the
South Side Gas company to establish
a gas plant in the vicinity and to lay
pipes and do other work necessary to
ward thd installing of a high pressure
gas system. The stockholders and of
ficers of this company arc all local
busintss men, as follows: Dr. B. B.
Mouer, of Tempe, president; J. T. Le
Sueur, of Mesa, vice president; A. J.
Peters, of Tempe, treasurer; H. L.
Chandler, of Mesa, secretary; . S.
Stapley and J. L. Waring, directors.
It is the intention to furnish light
ing, and cooking gas as low as it can
be secured anywhere in the territory.
The cooking feature particularly will
be a boon to Mesa housewives during
the summer months, besides doing
away with all of the inconvenlneces
connected with the using of wood and
if possible it is the intention of the
members rf the Tew concern to raise
the money locally for the establishing
of the plant.
It the required amount of stock can
be subscribed here and In this vicinity
no attempt will be made on the part
of the management to secure outside
capital. . The plant when completed
will be large enough to supply a city
of several thousand and will be thor
oughly up to date in all its equip
ment. ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST.
E. Ii. Goodwin of Tempe was In
town yesterday in theinterest of one
of his clients.
The Home Missionary Society with
Mrs. G. L. Hutchinson at 2:30 o'clock
and after a business session tea will
Mrs. Maggie Hawkins who has been
occupying a position as clerk in the
dry goods department of LeSueur and
Gibbons is confined to her home by
Illness. She Is suffering from an at
tack of grip.
The musical comedy which was to
be given at the vanco auditorium this
evening will not be presented as the
engagement has been cancelled.
Miss Laura Burtt who has been 111
from a cold and unable to attend to
her duties In the establishment of A.
HunBakcr. is again able to be at work.
Marvin Jones arrived in the city this
week from his home In Stotts City,
Mo., on a visit to his brother Lafay
ette. Since coming. Mr. Jones has
been unable to locate his relative, and
is hoping daily that he will put In his
appearance. Mr. Jones is an old friend
of G. L. Young the Mesa jeweler.
TWO AID MEETINGS THIS
The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap
tist church will hold a meeting this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. I.
Caff in. when Miss Isabellc T. Stickney.
who is the organizer and lecturer for
the National W. C. T. U., with head
quarters at Redlands, Cal., will ad
dress the members on temperance at
Following this she will meet with
the Methodist ladles who will gather
at the home of Mrs. F. J. Diamond
this afternoon and talk to them on
the subject of the work in which she
40 acres 34 miles southwest of
Mesa, all under fence and in culti
vation. Prico S3750
2 miles of Mesa, 20 acres, all In
alfalfa, fenced, house, half share Mesa
water. Price $2800
214 miles of Mesa, 20 acres, all In
alfalfa, fenced. Price $2650
5 acre tract; per acre $150
Pomeroy-Gutlirie Realty Go.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Mesa ... Arizona,
European plan. Large, clean, airy
ooms, Splendid dining room In con
nection, under the direction of Mrs.
A. W. Cornett
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Finest of rooms. Stage leaves
dally for Roosevelt and Globe.
Every Friday Night I
Every Saturday. I
Vance Auditorium I
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. . of Postal Cards in the city
AND NEW BREAD
Or Any Other Food You Like
Diapepsin Digests Everything
You Eat Leaving Nothing
to Ferment and Upset the
Whcn your stomach Is weak or
lacking in Gastric juice, anything that
you eat, no difference what It is, will
sour on your stomach, raise the bii
and acids to cover your food like oil
on water, causing Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Stomach nervousness " and
Belching of sour poisons, which pro
duce foul odors, nasty taste, b iiot)s
headache. Heartburn, Intestinal grip
ing and make you an object of Mis
ery. This Is stomach trouble which
can not be overcome with ordinary
digestive medicines. It is caused by
fermentation of your food, which will
be remedied at once by Pape's Dia
pepsin, a preparation pleasant to take
and as harmelss as candy, though it
will digest and prepare for assimila
tion into the blood all the food you
Indigestion is a result, not a cause
of your trouble. If the stomach is
sour and unhealthy, your food be
comes tainted, and that's what is
causing the Indigestion and gas on
stomach and other miseries. Pape's
Diapepsin is an Antacid, most pow
erful digestive and thorough regula
tor for weak stomachs. These Trian
gules will digest any kind of food
you eat and will cleanse the stomach
and intestines in a natural way,
which makes you feel fine five min
Any good pharmacy here will sup
ply you with a case of Pape's Dia
pepsin for fifty cents. Just reading
about this remarkable stomach prep
aration will not help. You should go
now and get a case. Put your stom
ach in full health and by tomorrow
you will forget the misery of Stom
ach trouble. Your case is no differ
ent from many others. It isn't Stom
ach Nerves or Catarrh of the Stom
ach, or Gastritis, or Dyspepsia. It is
Food Rotting Food Fermentation
that's all and takes about five min
utes to overcome.
A House Which Has Been Singled Out
Benson, Nov. 16. (Special.) The
house of J. R. Johnson, a section fore
man on the S. P. at Sybil, six miles
east of here, was robbed again last
night. About ten days ago the house
was raided by a tramp, who stole a
revolver and other articles. He was
overtaken by Officer Frank Trask and
when he resisted arrest and drew the
stolen revolver on the officer he was
shot down, dying that night of bis
In the roblery of today the same
gun was stolen. This burglary was
also committed by a tramp who was
captured and brought to Benson where
his trial will take place tomorrow.
Johnson has decided after this to
leave his house open and avoid the
damage to it inflicted by tramps in
State of Ohio, City of Toledo Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is
senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co.. doing business in the city
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and th.it said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
tion. Real New York Sweet Apple Cider
at Melczer Brothers Company, 114
West Adams street. Phone Main 75.
enty-five cents per gallon, phone Main
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Sealed proposals and bids will be re
ceived at the office, of the Board of
Trustees of School District No. 1, in
the Grammar School Building, in Pres
cott, Arizona,' until 2 o'clock p. m., of
the 28th day of November, 1908, for
the construction of a public school
building in West Prescott, without
plumbing and heating, also separate
proposals for plumbing and heating the
said building; all in accordance with
plans and specifications, copies of
which may be obtained at the office
of the Board of Trustees above men
tioned. Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check for 6 per cent of the
amount of the bid.
The Board of Trustees reserves the
right to reject any and ail bids.
Dated Prescott. Arizona , Oct. 30,
M. B. HAZEX.T0N,
H. D. ROSS.
A. W. ROBINSON.
Board of Trustees.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
All stockholders of the Arizona Gold
and Copper Hill Mining company are
hereby notified that there will be a
meeting of Stockholders of said com
pany held at its office, 15 East Adams
street, in the City of Phoenix, Arizona,
on the Hth day of December, 1908, at
10 o'clock, a.m., for the purpose of
electing officers of said company.
The stock books of the company vill
be closed on the 4th day of December,
By order of the Board of Directors.
(Signed) C. E. HOLLAND.
Dnted Nov. 17, 1908.
F. W. GRIFFEN, Manager
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THE PRIZES AWARDED
IN MANUAL TRAINING
The Normal is Inclined to Pat It's Self
On the Back.
The manual training department of
the normal and training schools comes
in for a large share of the honors at
the territorial fair. Competing against
the territory for grammar, high school
and territorial institution exhibits of
manual training work and working
drawings, the normal and training de
partments of the Tempe institution at
tracted much attention, both for the
variety and quality of its exhibits.
Work was .entered for exhibition and
contest from every grade in which
classes are conducted. The manual
training departments of the territory
were competing for nine first prizes,
six second prizes and one medal for the
best article of construction.
All of the competing work was very
high class and for this reason the nor
mal departments deserve much praise
inasmuch as they won all of the first
prizes, two of the second prizes, the
working drawing prize and the medal.
Owing to the high grade of the work
competing the Judges felt that it would
be an injustice not to recognize some
of the other work, consequently several
very good pieces from Prescott and
Phoenix received special mention.
The prizes that fell to the normal
were as followes:
For best grammar school exhibit first
For best high school second and third
year, first prize.
For best high school third and fourth
year, first prize.
For best individual fifth grade. Earl
Kirkpatrick first prize.
For best individual sixth grade. Dean
Ford, first prize.
For best individual seventh grade,
Malcon Shobrich. first prize.
For best individual eighth grade, Ju
lius Goodwin, first prize.
For best individual first and second
year high school, Charles Pickrell
For best individual first and second
year high school, Aaron Lund, second
For best individual third and fourth
year high school Charles Swiggett,
For best individual third and fourth
year high school, John Mullen, second
For best working drawing exhibits
For best piece constructed Charles
Swiggett, gold medal.
The work entered by the boys of the
normal not winning prizes was all of
high character and well received. Such
articles as olin Stewart, Homer Cor
bel!, Carl Spangler and Jesse Chatham
entered, as well as a number of others
deserved special mention and the judg
es expressed themselves as extremely
sorry that the terms of entry prevent
ed their receiving special ribbons.
The medal has been offered the past
three years as a special inducement to
individual effort. The normal winning
this medal each year, speaks much for
the boys' efforts and creditable work.
Three years ago the medal was won
by Thomas Highley. last year by
Charles Swiggett and again this year
by Charles Swiggett.
The manual training department and
the boys of the normal offer sincere
thanks to the superintendent of the
educational exhibit and to the judges
for the excellent treatment they re
ceived and the honors showered upon
AN AUTO BUGGY
Andv Rrown of Lodi. Cal.. represent
ing the International Harvester Gaso
line engine, accompanied by W. M.
Hartford and F. Johnson, came over
from Phoenix vesterdav afternoon in
an auto buggy. The machine made
Tou will say you never saw any
thing so beautiful when you see the
Delamothe Metallized Real Rose Hat
Pins at FRANK LA MONT'S.
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Club Pool Room
Cigars and Tobacco
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SEE THE BARGAIN HUNTER ?
R. A. WINDES,
If You Want a Home.
4 Real Estate, Loans & Insurance.
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Brown and white Leg
horns, Barred Plymouth
Rocks, R. L Rod and
Black Minorca eggs for
setting after Sept. 13.
$1.50 for 15.
C. W. ALEXANDER,
Calls Dale Poultry Farm,
40 ACRES LAND TO RENT ON
Ranches and City Property for sale.
A. B. TOMLINSON,
Notary and Real Estate Agent.
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ant, airy rooms. Free v
bus meets all trains. T
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good time coming over, the trip requir
ing but thirty-two minutes. Mr.
Brown's auto was on exhibition at the
fair and Is similar in construction to
the Nielsen macnine.
HERE FOR TREATMENT
Mrs. Hy Fuller of Payson, who has
been sick for some time, was brought
to the valley yesterday where she can
secure better medical treatment. She
is being cared for at the A. J. Houston
In this morning's Issue The Arizona
Mercantile Co., Laird and Dines, G. A.
Goodwin, Frank La Mont and A. B.
Tomlinson have ad changes. It will
pay you to read these as well as the
other Tempe ads on this page.
TWENTY ACRES SOLD
The Fred Johnston twenty acres in
the Hermosa tract was yesterday sold
I to the Bartlett-Heard company of
Phoenix. The consideration, it is un
derstood was $140 per acre.
ODDS AND ENDS
C. B. Wood and son. W. V. Wood, of
Bisbee. are stopping here and expect
to build shortly on the latter's lots in
W. J. Williams and son, of Buena
Park, Cal., are registered at the Casa
A number of local Masons who have
been attending the grand lodge at
Prescott are expected home this morn
ing. Among those who attended the
session were A. J. Matthews, A. S.
Frankcnberg, J. L. Johnston, Grant
Jones, Price Brown, clarence Cosner,
Chas. Harris and Wm. Woolf.
The Woodmen circle will hereafter
meet on the second and fourth Tues
day of each month instead of the first
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
Notice Is hereby given that the Co
partnership heretofore existing between
E. A. Spaulding and W.C. Rinard. un
der the firm name of the Spaulding
Rinard Co., is dissolved by mutual con
sent. A special line of ladies' shoes just
arrived. Hyder Bros.
Finch and Carr, undertakers and em
balmers. Tempe, rhones, 131 Finch;
and 179. Carr.
Lost near town, an abstract, liberal
reward for return to Farmers' and
Merchants' Bank, Tempe.
Laird & DinesTempe
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t with the new four minute Am- T
4. brole records. The greatest ln
T vention of the age.
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WE HAVE A NEW SUPPLY AT RIGHT PRICES. SEE OUR
SOUTH WINDOW, NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE.
Harmers Drug Store-Tempe
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IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL
Child's School Shoe
WE HAVE IT FOR YOU. JUST RECEIVED A BIG LINE.
W. LUKIN CASH STORE
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CLOSES THE SCHOOLS
Health Officers Taking Active Meas
ures to Stamp Out the Disease.
The normal training school came to
a sudden close yesterday, due to an
order issued by the mayor. The cause
given for this action, as might be ex
pected, is the diphtheria scare. Not
that the epidemic has assumed any
greater proportions or as yet has
reached an alarming stage, but the clty
officers have concluded to take very
radical action and stamp out the dis
ease for good and alL The action of
I closing the school yesterday is strongly
commended by the citizens in general
j and many feel that the school should
not have been allowed to open last
As the situation stands at present it is
not anticipated that it will be neces
sary to close the normal proper or the
high school, though the mayor said
yesterday that should a case of diph
theria develop in either school, it would
mean the closing of that institution at
once. It is thought that by taking
special care for the ne,xt week the dis
ease, which is now well under control
may be wiped out completely and
schools permitted to reopen next Mon
day morning. This however, depends
entirely upon the developments be
tween now and then. Should there be
any more cases in town it is quite
probable that an order will be issued
prohibiting any public meetings for a
ishort time. The health officers are
J determined to put a quick end to the
epidemic and fill leave no stone un
turned to accomplish this end.
THE NEW AGENT
It was learned yesterday that the
new M. & P. agent who will take the
place made vacant by the resignation
of M. G. Hill, will be J. M. Arnold. Mr.
i Arnokl for some time has been the
I Solomonville agent f the Gila Valley.
, Globe and Northern road. He will ar
rive here the first of next week.
See Dr. Swigert for correct glasses.
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A large and choice assortment ' '
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We Are After Yonr Business
Here are a few reasons why we
should have it:
FIRST Our stock Is fine enough, and
large enough, to supply your ev
SECOND We are not only large buy
ers, but we are large cash buyers,
and the cash discounts go to our
THIRD The service extended to our
patrons is of the very highest or
der. FOURTH Our house is large and
strong enough financially to pur
chase the highest class of mer
chandise at better than the usual
prices. Here is where our pat
rons win a substantial benefit.
FIFTH Our reputation for fair,
square and honest dealing is be
hind every transaction. These,
and many other reasons, are why
we should have your business.
Get acquainted with us. It will
be to your advantage.
Arizona Mercantile Company
Tuesday and Saturday.
Wednesday and Friday.
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