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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1909.
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Boys' Clothing 20 Per Cent Off
La'dies' Elbow and Short Silk Gloves,
all colors 25 Per Cent Off
These prices are positively for Sat
The Lesueur - Gibbons Co.
Saturday and Sunday
Maple Xut Sundae
THE CAPITAL AND
THE MESA CITY BANK
IWe solicit your patronage
THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO.
will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hour. One
f the most scenic stage routes In America. Five relays. Phone
tor Information. Fare, 16.00.
MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO.
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For Saturday and Sunday: Vanilla Ice Cream, Ambrosia Cream,
Hokey Pokey. Lemon Sherbet, Strawberry Sherbet. Extra special;
Marshmallow Sundae, at HOLLADAY'S. j
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BALE TIES, BLACKSMITH COAL AND PIPE.
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THE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
FIELD DAY COMPLETE
THE LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS
WILL OBSERVE THE SCHED
ULE AS PUBLISHED.
The Outdoor Meetings During Summer
Season, Another Matter De
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Shoes for men. Nap-a-Tan Shoe Dressing makes f
leather absolutelv waterproof; at t
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A strictly fancy creamery product
for table use, always pure and fresh.
The Mesa Dairy & Ice Go.
For Sale by All Leading Grocers in A rizona and Mexico.
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Last night at a special meeting of
the conjoint board of trades of the Y.
L. and T. M. M. I. associations met
and adopted the rsDort of the com
mittee who whb appointed at their
last regular .meeting to outline plana
governing summer meetings to be held
conjointly on the lawn at the taber
nacle every Sunday night during the
summer under the auspices of the
stake boards. The plan adopted as
presented by the committee is as fol
lows: Meetings to be presided over
by the stake boards, program commit
tee consisting of five ' members, one
each from the stake boards and one
to be chosen from each of the wards
These are to be responsible for the
programs for one month followed by
five others for the next month. For
the month of June, James W. LoSueur
and Emma Dana of the stake boards,
Henry L. Peterson from Mesa, Emma
Rollins from Lehi and Detta Lisonbee
from Alma have been appointed. Rath
committee will endeavor to make
their's the banner month.
Further, in pursuance of their for
mer course in looking after the physi
cal as well as the spiritual development
of the young people the boards voted
to give fifty per cent of the receipts of
each field day looking to the estab
lishment and maintenance of a M. I.
A. gymnasium and proceeded to elect
a board of trustees of five members
with O. S. Stapley as chairman and W.
Aird Macdonald. secretary. Execu
tive board: O. S. Stapley. Deborah
Allen. W. Aird McDonald, Orlando
Merrill and Bertha Stewart. This board
will immediately take charge of the
athletic property belonging to all the
associations and also through their
j secretary, on presentation of an order
to the chairman of the field day com
I mittee shall be entitled to 50 per cent
of the net receipts. This money will be
held in trust by them and expended
only as may be agreed by a majority
of said board determined at one of
their regular meetings.
Owing to the disappointment which
has been occasioned by the failure of
the Phoenix team to meet the Mesa
boys in the events outlined in the pro
gram as printed In all the papers, we
have decided to make the events free
for all entries with the exception of
the relay race which will be under the
management of Mark Newell from
Mesa and W. A. Millett from Alma,
who will organize the teams for their
Those taking part in the following
events: One hundred yard dash, fifty
yard dash, obstacle race, high jump,
broad jump, pole vault, hammer throw,
and shot put will be awarded badges
of honor. First and second prizes and
the money will be given by the asso
ciation, 1. e., fifty per cent of the re
ceipts will go to the aforesaid gymna
sium as the associations could not give
cash prizes for each of the events. All
entries should be made not later than
O. S. STAPLEY.
CREATE CITY HALL FUND
FROM SOUVENIR SALES
CENTRAL COMMITTEE HAS CALL
ED MEETING FOR SATUR
DAY AT 5 P. M.
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Suggestion Solicited As to Proper
Maans of Feeding the
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t 13 acres of excellent t
1 fruit land. Plenty of
water, under the best ?
ditch on the .Mesa. our
t room house, good shade. ?
? Bargain at $:2X)0.
ii The Mesa Land Co.!!
J Mesa, Ariz.
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: : Snap in School Land ! :
! ; 160 acres with $2500 : :
;: brick house; 120 acres
; : of alfalfa, balance grain : :
;: all fenced and cross-
;: fenced with 2 shares
water. Close to Mesa.
:: Crice for short time,::
:: $8000. Terms. ::
: I 240 acres 1 mile from : :
Mesa, with six shares
: I Utah water; all in cul- ; j
: : tivation. Splendid loca- j
:i tion for subdivision. -
:: Price $25,000; one-third ' '
'. '. down, terms on balance. j
!! PomeroyGnthrie Realty !!
The Oldest Realty Co. in Mesa.
Box 247. ; ;
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The best bread: the most gro- T
ceries for the money at X
Mesa Bakery & Cash Store
Peterson & Home.
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J Mesa Union High
School Building Sou
venir Spoons at
Mesa Jewelry Store
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i welcome your account.
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Bran new line. Just arrived by
Prices From $1.25 to $5 1
Miss Jesma Robinson of Ios An
geles, who has been visitinR at tho
home of her uncle, C. B. Shattuek,
left Wedneslay for her honvv
Mrs. Guy Jones who has ben quite
ill. with a fever, is afrain able to be up.
Mrs. B. G. Lyda who has brn seri
ously sick still remains very ill at her
home on South Macdonald street.
Dr. R. V. Palmer attended tho eigh
teenth annual session of the Arizona
doctors which convened at Prescott,
For Sale: Good piano, cheap. Mrs.
Horace Leo, Sirrine and First streets,
The T. W. C. T. lT. met at the home
of Frank Barkley last night. The sub
ject was "Temperance and Missions."
The usual Sunday evening services
of the M. I. A. will be postponed until
the following Sunday on account of the
baccalaureate sermon to be delivered
by Rev. Hawley at the Union high
D. Godfellow was a passenger for
his home in Payson yesterday morn
ing. The tickets for the banquet following
the reception to Governor Sloan have
been about all sold.
The fourth of July committee has se
cured L- R. DesVoigne to circulate the
advertising matter in the surrounding
towns. This work will be commenced
as soon as the advertising matter is
County Superintendent A. H. Fulton
was in the city yesterday for the pur
pose of paying a visit to the schools.
He reports that the Mesa schools are
full and closing strong. This is a very
good recommend for the enrollment
which Is in turn a compliment to the
That there is a need for a city hall
worthy of the name in Mesa there is
no question. It was with this Idea in
view that the central committee In
charge of the fourth of July affairs
decided to create a city hall fund. A
fund may be very large or not so large
but it is an assured fact that with the
nucleus it will grow the more easily.
The plan proposed by the central com
mittee is to use all funds collected for
the purpose of carrying on the fourth
of July, and not needed in establishing
the fund. While there are several
chances that the surplus on hand in
the treasury will not be enough to con
struct any large building, unless the
Mesa committee is considerably dif
ferent from most fourth of July asso
ciations. Another Idea has been sug
gested which may be available and
that is from the sale of souvenirs. A
movement is already on foot to Inaug
urate a sale of souvenir badges on the
day of the celebration, the proceeds to
go to the city hall fund.
There is another proposition which
the committee has taken up and one
that is of vital importance, that of
feeding the crowds on the day of the
celebration. A meeting has been call
ed for Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock
in the Mesa opera house at which time
it is proposed that suggestions be giv
en for the feeding of the crowds. This
is quite an item and one which de
serves the attention of not only the
committee but the various organiza
tions that can assist in entertaining
the visitors during the noon hour.
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES
For Twelve Months From July 1, 1909,
to June 30, 1910.
REPUBLICANS WERE LATE.
The Republicans were late yesterday
morning owing to a mishap of' some
kind between Teinpe and Phoenix, and
were sent from Tempe to Mesa in the
regular mail. From the number of
calls that came in from those wanting
to know where their paper was and
why their paper had not been delivered
it is evident that there must be in the
neighborhood of four or five thousand
subscribers in Mesa.
Office of the Board of Control,
Phoenix, Ariz.. May 22, 1909.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of the Superintendent of the
the Territorial Prison at Florence,
Arizona, up to and including June 21,
1909, at 10 o'clock a. m., for furnishing
supplies to the Territorial Prison, in
such quantities as may be required
(more or less) for the fiscal year be
ginning July 1, 1909, and ending Junt
Bids must specify the brand, size,
quantity, quality and other distin
guishing features of the articles pro
posed to be furnished.
All supplies must be of good quality
and subj'-rt to the inspection and ap
proval of the Superintendent of the
All bids should be based on the de
livery of full weight at the prison and
no charge for containers.
Bidders may make proposals to fur
nish any or all of the articles in the
list furnished by the Secretary of the
Prison, but bids for articles in diffcr
en subdivisions, must be separate and
under separate cover. - v
Proposals must be sealed and ad
dressed to the Secretary of the Board
of Control at Florence, Arizona,- and
endorsed, "Proposals for Supplies, Ter
ritorial Prison," and with the name of
the subdivision bid on. All bids must
be in triplicate.
All bids must be accompanied by a
good and sufficient bond in the sum of
ten per cent of the total bid, with two
securities, to satisfy the Board that
should the bid be awarded to the bid
der he will enter into a contract with
in ten days with bonds In amounts to
be fixed by the board.
Payments will be made monthly, as
provided by law.
The Board will open bids on Mon
day, June 21, 1909, at the office of the
Superintendent of the Prison at Flor
ence, and all bidders are requested to
A complete list of the supplies need
ed will be furnished upon application,
by the Secretary of the Prison, or the
Secretary of the Board of Control at
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
The following list contains the esti
mated quantity, brand and present
contract price of the supplies on which
bids arc called for.
By order of the
BOARD OF CONTROL.
By JAMES J. RIGGS. Secretary.
150,000 lbs. fresh beef, fore and
hind quarters, equal weight,
first quality, kept not less than
five da:-s in cold storage be
fore delivery $ 8.12
Full fore quarter, to weigh not
less than 100 lbs., to12S lbs..
Hind Quarter less loin, full
Fore quarter, less prime'ribs. . .
Groceries and Sundries.
50,000 lbs. pink beans, American
No. 1 $
2,000 lbs. bacon medium smoked 13.00
2.000 lbs. hominy, first quality.. 5.40
24 cases milk. Eagle brand (or
6,000 lbs. green coffee, Salvador
No. 1 16.70
6,000 lbs. green coffee, Salvador
No. 2 13.90
6,000 lbs. green coffee, Salvador
No. 3 12.90
95,000 lbs. flour, first grade, soft
35.000 lbs. flour, first grade, hard
lO.flOO lbs. dried fruits, in 100-Ib.
sacks or 50-lb. boxes
Apples, first quality
Peaches, first quality
Raisins, first quality
Prunes, first quality
33,000 lbs. onions, first quality
85.000 lbs. Irish potatoes
1.000 lbs. dried peas
fi.000 lbs. table salt, 10-lb. sacks
3,000 lbs. rice, Japan No. 1
Han Scha&Dera Mau
ference to you how your I
nuiues loos to you;
mats your main consideration
m buying them. But it's a mat
ter of some importance to you
how they look to other people.
That's why we declare
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX t
are so much better for you than I
most cf the clothes you have a f
chance to buy; they look right J
not only to you but to every,
body else who sees you in them.
They're correct in style, all
wool, perfectly tailored; you're
better dressed than usual in
these clothes and everybody
who sees you knows it.
Suits $18 to $40. Mail orders
40,000 lbs. granulated sugar, beet 6.84
600 lbs. tea 29.00
500 lbs. sal soda 3.50
5,000 lbs. rolled oats 4.20
5.000 lbs. corn meal 3.40
4.20 lbs. macaroni 3.90
1,800 lbs. chewing tobacco. Star
or Horse Shoe 44.00
1,700 lbs. smoking tobacco.
Duke's Mixture 43.00
100 lbs. black pepper, ground 14.50
350 boxes laundry soap. White
20 lbs. chloride of lime, 50-lb.
cans for 5.70
2 boxes Sapolio 36 bars for 3.24
30 boxes lye, Merry War, 48 cans
1.200 gal. syrup. Palace Drips.. .59
100 gal. vinegar, triple strength .44.4
12,000 lbs. lard compound .11
400 cases string beans 2.73
1.000 cases corn 2.50
3.600 lbs. cheese . .17
300 cases tomatoes 2.55
36 strings chili 90
Clothing and Bedding.
3,000 yds. 10-oz. stripe, yd t
2.000 yds. 8-oz. stripe, yd
3,000 yds. 10-oz. grey cotton un
iforms 7.000 yds. Canton flannel E-530
1,500 yds, .unbleached sheeting,
4- 4 Pequot, yd
1.500 yds, unbleached sheeting,
5- 4 Pequot, yd.
1.500 yds, unbleached sheeting,
6- 4 Pequot, yd
700 yds. ticking const. 33 inch.
500 yds. toweling, Stevens N
crash, yd 113
200 citizens' suits 6.23
15 doz. citizens' hats, doz 11.75
15 doz. citizens' shirts, doz 5.50
50 doz. convict hats, doz 8.90
200 doz. handkerchiefs, 24-inch
red, blue, doz 64
250 doz. socks, Puritan No. 100,
3,000 lbs. mattress moss, XXXX
100 doz. Coats thread, doz 60
100 gross pants buttons, gross. .73
100 gross pants buckles
200 gross shirt buttons
Leather and Findings.
3,000 ft. upper leather, ft.
3.000 lbs, sole leather, lb
300 lbs. brass shoe nails, assort
ed sizes, lb
300 lbs. 8-8 iron shoe nails, lb.
300 lbs. hob nails, Aracr. assort
ed sizes, lb
50 tons alfalfa hay, ton
12 tons, rolled barley, cwt. ..
1,000 lbs. nails, 3d to 60d, cwt.
200 lbs. horse shoes, assorted,
20 doz. bastard files, 8 to 16. doz.
10 doz. mill files, 8 to 16, doz..
20 doz. half round files, 8 to 16,
30 doz. . pick handles, hickory,
30 doz. hammer handles, 14 hick
200 lbs. charcoal tin, 20-25-XX,
200 lbs. charcoal tin, 20-25-XX,
200 lbs. galvanized iron, any
2,000 lbs. American bar iron, cwt
500 lbs. pick steel cwt 9.00
100 lbs. solder, 14 & cwt 28.00
20 doz. Amen shovels, doz.'.... 12.00
60 gross matches in tins, gross. $ .44
12 doz. broom handles, doz..i.. .69
200 lbs. manila rope, cwt 15.90
1,000 lbs. broom corn, first qual
100 bbls. lams, cwt
50 bbls. Portland cement, bbls...
Paints and Oils.
500 lbs. white lead, lb
200 lbs. colors in oil, assorted 1
25 gal. linseed oil, raw, gal
25 gal. linseed oil, boiled, gal..
200 gal. Leonard & Ellis engine
oil or American Extra engine
200 gal. Valvoline high pressure
"mineral cylinder or American
Extra engine oil. gal
200 gal. coal oil, in cases, gal . . .
25 gal. turpentine, gnl
25 gal. gasoline, gal
ARTICLE OF INCORPORATION
. . )
Know AH Men By These Presents:
That we, whose hands are hereto
affixed, do hereby associate ourselves
together for the purpose of forming a
corporation under the laws of the
Territory of Arizona, and to that end
do adopt the following Articles of In
corporation: Article 1.
The name of the corporators are J.
D. Mitchell, J. F. Hemperly and W. H.
Slaughter and the name of the Corpo
ration shall be the Anaconda Mining
Company. The principal place in
which the business of said Corpora
tion. within the Territory of Arizona,
is to be transacted is Phoenix, Mari
copa County, Arizona, and the Corpo
ration may establish branch offices
either within or without the Territory
of Arizona as the Board of Directors
may designate, where meeting of
stockholders and directors may be
held and any and all corporate busi
The general nature of the business
proposed to be transacted by the cor
poration is as follows, to-wit: To
make contracts, to purchase, lease,
bond, option, locate or otherwise ac
quire own, exchange, sell or otherwise
dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hypothe
cate, and deal in mines and mining
claims and all kinds of ores, metals
and minerals, mineral lands, oil and
gas lands, water and water rights and
all other property both real and per
sonal; to work, explore, operate mines
and develop the same; to purchase,
lease or otherwise acq'iTre, erect, own
operate and dispose of, smelting and
lease or otherwise acquire, erect, own,
hold, cancel and re-issue Its own capi
tal stock and to own shares in the
capital stock of other corporations; to
borrow and loan money and in general
to do all things necessary or conveni
ent to toe proper conduct of the busi
ness of the corporation in any part of
The authorized capital of the corpo
ration is Five Hundred Thousand
(500,000) dollars, divided into 500.000
shares of the par value of J1.00 each,
and the said stock shall be issued ful
ly paid and non-assessab'.e at such
times as the board of directors may
designate, in cash, real or personal
proper', services, option to purchase,
or any other valuable right or thing,
for the uses and purposes of the cor
poration, and all shares of the capital
stock when issued in exchange there
for shall thereupon and thereby be
and become full paid, the same as
though paid for in cash, at par, and
the directors shall be the sole judges
of the value of any property, of any
right or thing taken in exchange for
. The time of the commencement of
the corporation shall be the day these
articles of incorporation are filed in
accordance with law and it shall en
dure for the full term of twenty-five
years thereafter with privilege of per
sonal succession as provided by sta
tute. Article 5.
The affairs of the corporation shall
be conducted by a board of not less
than three or more than nine directors
who shall be elected from among and
by the stockholders on the first Tues
day in May of each year and until the
first annual meeting, and until their
successors are duly elected and have
qualified, the following named persons
shall constitute the board of directors:
J. D. Mitchell, J. F. Hemperly and W.
The directors shall have full power
to adopt, amend, and rescind by-laws,
to fill vacancies occurring in the
board from any cause and to appoint
from their own number an executive
committee with all powers granted
the directors of these articles.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
which the corporation shall at any
time subject Itself is Ten Thousand
Dollars, which amount does not ex
ceed two-thirds the capital stock.
The private property of the stock
holders of this corporation shall be
exempt from corporate debts of any
In Witness Whereof, we have here
unto set our hands and seals this 10th
day of May, 1909.
J. D. MITCHELL,
J. F. HEMPERLY,
W. H. SLAUGHTER.
Territory of Arizona:
County of Maricopa ss.
Before me, V. E. Messinger. a No
tary Public, in and for the Territory
and County aforesaid, on this day per
sonally appeared J. F. Hemperly and
W. H. Slaughter, known to me to be
the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the foregoing instrument
and acknowledged to me that they
executed the same for the purpose and
considerations therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal this
10th day of May, 1909.
(Seal) V. E. MESSINGER,
My Commission expires June 5th,
Territory of Arizona:
County of Yuma ss.
Before me, Daniel George, a Notary
Public In and for said County and
Territory, on this day personally ap
peared J. D. Mitchell, known to me to
be the person whose name is subscrib
ed to the foregoing instrument and
acknowledged that he executed the
same for the purposes and conditions
Given under my hand and seal this
11th day of May, 1909.
(Seal) DANIEL GEORGE,
My Commission expires Feby. 6th,
Department of the Interior. United
States Land Office. Phoenix, Ari
zona, April 20, 1909.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been filed in this office by Thomas J.
Webb, contestant, against Homestead
Entry No. 1009. Serial 02201, made
September 14. 1909, for N',4 SE14
N'(4 SV. Section 30, Town
ship 1 N., Range I E., G. &
S. R. B. and Meridian, by Philip
T. Walsh, contestee, in which it is al
leged that said Phillip T. Walsh has
abandoned said land for the last six
months and has never made his home
thereon, nor has he made any im
provements on said' land of any kind
whatever; said parties are hereby not
ified to appear, respond, and offer evi
dence touching said allegation at 10
o'clock a.m., on May 28, 1909, before
Register and Receiver U. S. Land
Office, Phoenix, Arizona.
The said contestant having, in a
proper affidavit, filed April 26, 1909,
set forth facts which show that after
due diligence personal service of this
notice cannot be made, it is hereby
ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due and proper publica
tion. CHARLES E. ARNOLD. Receiver,
Get Those Glasses Now
Dr. L. M. Swigert, of Swigert Bros.,
Opticians, will close their office for
the summer season this year on June
5th for two and a half months. If
there is anything the matter with your
eyes or in need of glasses that "fit in
every detail," see us now. Hours: 9 to
12 and 1 to 5. Other timss by appoint
ment. 17 E. Adams st , across from
Adams Hotel. Phone Red 2641.
300 CASES BEST STANDARD TO
MATOES AT CASE $1.90, AT Me
KEE'S CASH STORE.
The Best Meals in Town.
North Side Main St.
Ice Cream I