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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1909.
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with Selz Royal Blue shoe
IT'S easy, and customary to guarantee shoes to be
good; nobody can tell whether they're good
or not until you pay. for them and wear them.
Even then they might not be satisfactory; goodness
isn't the only thing a man wants in shoes.
Selz Royal Blue shoes are guaranteed to satisfy
the wearer; whatever "satisfy" means. You know
what it means in your case. The guarantee
1 lasts as long as you want
don't satisfy you, come in and watch us
The guarantee is on the shoes,
signed by the maker.
Selz Royal Blue shoes, $3.50, $4, $5.
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I MESA, ARIZONA. ::
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i FOR SALE
A first-class hotel with all the "
furniture, in the best location in
town, now paying big money. . .
A snap for the right party. T
A fine six room brick house, T
0 feet front by 247 deep.
P. O. Box 475. Chandler Bldg. ;
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: ; Snap in School Land : :
: : 160 acres with $2500 : :
brick house; 120 acres
I : of alfalfa, balance grain '. I
all fenced and eross
fenced with 21-; shares
water. Close to Mesa.
Price for short time "
:: $8000. Terms. ::
'. '. 240 acres 1 mile from '. '
Mesa, with six shares
Utah water; all in cul-
'. tivation. Splendid loca- ' '
tion for subdivision.
: : Price $25,000; one-third
'. '. down, terms on balance.
;; PomeroyOnthrie Realty
The Oldest Realty Co, in Mesa. ' '
Box 247. :;
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it to last; if the shoes
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A strictly fancy creamery product
for table use, always pure and fresh.
The Mesa Dairy & Ice Co.
Manuf actu rers.
TIT" T ATT 1
AT THE VANCE.
(Field Day Dance.)
The hesf bread: the iiiot pro- 'Jr
Mesa Bakery &Gasl! Store
Peterson & Home.
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Mesa Union High I
; School Building Sou- x
; venir Spoons at
Mesa Jewelry Store
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The salt River vaitey BanK
The repre sentative
bank or JMesa. we
welcome your account.
The Best Meals in Town.
North Side Main St.
The. following homesteaders have
given notice of their intention to make
final proof on their entries of gov
ernment land next month: J. G. Peter
son, Mabel Maier, Jas. Q. Wallace and
in Mesa yesterday
ADDRESSED THE GRADUATES
Banquet at Alhambra Was
One of the Features of the
Crowded to its Capacity.
Governor R. E. Sloan was given a
royal welcome when he arrived in
Mesa yesterday evening," his initial
visit to this place, as chief executive
of the territory, coming for the pur
pose of delivering an address to the
graduating class of the Union high
The governor and party were met at
the train by J. G. Spangler, George
W. Silverthorn, president of the school
board, and J. T. LeSueur, an old
friend, after which a ride was en
joyed around the immediate vicinity
of the city, terminating at the high
school building, where another recep
tion was tendered the new official.
Governor Sloan addressed the grad
uates in a masterly way and gave
abundant evidence to the statement
that preceded him, to the efect that
he is one of the most finished and
pleasing platform speakers in the ter
ritory. Immediately after the high school
entertainment, a number of the rep
resentative citizens and their wives re
paired to the Alhambra, where a ban
quet was given in honor of the dis
tinguished party. The governor was
entertained at the Spangler home,
leaving this morning for Phoenix, and
will go to the southern part of the
territory this evening.
E TRACT SELLS FOR
TWO HUNDRED PER ACRE
L. W. C LITTLER, OF IDAHO, THE
Mr. Vance Will Erect a Residence of
Two Stories on His City Lot.
The John T. Vance ranch, located
south of the southwest corner of the
city limits, was sold yesterday after
noon by the Mesa Land company to
j. W. Cutt'er, a recent arrival from
libido Tho rnn'uioration is under-
-!..,.! .. h:-v- y : ri'".,f!nn. Mr. Vanre
will -fitiui- t-. r.-si.l.- n t!io property
ninl S. ).i.-iii1m r I. wh-i! Mr. r-nttlrr
v.i'A r-ui,-- .':t!i lii.: iiimiiy frim Idaho
..Ir. "" . 1 1 1 is fxtenslve rancher
iind ;-t.iii: breeder. He anticipates
'iineirar to this place a car load of
thorough-bred Durham cattle in the
fall. He is a member of the Latter
Dav Saints church.
Mr. Vance will soon commence the
erection of a neat two-story residence
on one of his four lots, located north
of the Auditorium. Upon the comple
tion of his residence in the city, he
will devote all his time to the show
business In connection with his Audi
torium. He expects within a few days
to order one of the latest up-to-date
moving picture machines, and will then
give upwards of two and three shows
a week. Mr. Vance has contemplated
such a move for some time.
Mrs. Emallne Kimball was a Phoe
nix visitor yesterday.
Vaugh Crouch left yesterday for the
coast for the summer.
Charles Peck, the promoter of the
proposed new airdome, to be located on
Kast Main street, reports that he is
meeting with encouraging success
among the business men in taking
L. W. Stilwell was a Phoenix busi
ness visitor yesterday afternoon.
Rafael Mendebiles paid a fine of
$7 yesterday for being drunk on Sat
urday night and Sunday.
Manager Vance is advertising a big
dance to take place at the Auditorium
on Friday evening next.
Mrs. Fred Brackett is reported con
FRANK BARR INJURED.
Prank Barr, who was so seriously in
jured while en route to Roosevelt last
week, was brought to this place on
the stage Monday, where he was met
by his father and taken on to Phoe
nix by private conveyance. Mr. Barr
was thrown over a precipice some six
ty feet in height, and he sustained
very serious injury to the tendons of
his lower limbs. No bones were brok
en, but the case is a very serious one,
however. Mr. Barr is well known and
is a representative of the Pacific Mu
tual Life Insurance company, with
headquarters in Phoenix.
INTEREST IN VOTING
MISS MESA CANTALOUPE LEADS
WITH 125 COUPONS TO
It Is Expected That the Contest Will
Become More Interesting as the
The Interest In the voting contest
for , honors on the Fourth of July
has increased within the past .few
days. The principal difficulty with
those who desire to vote is that they
do not know who the contestants are
nor could they know till the ballot
boxes had been opened the first time
and the votes counted. While the
names of several contestants appear
here, it does not necessarily follow
that the voting must be restricted to
these names, but they will, at least,
be a guide for one who does not know
for whom to cast a vote. The stand
ing of the contestants Is as follows.
Miss Mesa Cantaloupe Pearl Fel
ton, 150; Jessie Robertson, 25; Miss
Mabel Pomeroy, 20; Miss Elsie Jones,
20; Miss Grace Hunsaker, 1.
Goddess of Liberty Miss Deborah
Allen, 100; Miss Gertrude Hanson, 35;
Miss Helen Mumford, 10; Mrs. Amy
Uncle Sanv Joe Stewart, 25; Will
Marlar, 1; C. H. Van Antwerp, 15;
Erastus LeBaron, 1.
The many friends of Miss Nellie Le
sueur gathered at the spacious home
of her parents on East Main. Monday
evening, and tendered the young lady
a miscellaneous shower in honor of her
coming nuptials. The presents were
varied and elegant and depicted the
high esteem in which the young lady
Is held by her girl friends.
TALK ABOUT SLEEPING.
Women are like men when it comes
to sleeping. Plenty of restful sleep
makes a man strong and vigorous, and
it makes a woman happy and beauti
ful. But both women and men can
procure restful sleep by using Sexlne
Pills. It is well known that nervous
ness and overwork prevent sleep. It
is equally well known that Sexirle
Pills produce that delightful relaxa
tion that folds one's tired limbs in Na
ture's arms while the unconscious
body draws new life and vigor. Sexlne
Pills are the perfect tonic. They are
guaranteed. They cost SI a box: six
boxes 15, with full guarantee inclosed.
Address or call Elvey & Hulett drug
gists, where they sell all the principal
remedies and do not substitute.
Does intermittent advertising pay?
Haven't there been successful adver
tisers who were spasmodic users of
Yes, In some cases.
I have in mind several instances
where men have fallen out of ten
story windows and escaped death. But
these same men never attempted the
same stunt again, at least not inten
tionally. The really successful business is the
business that continues to be success
ful, of course, barring out the inevit
able, and never as yet have advertising
records shown one instance where a
really successful business was an ad
herent to the practice of intermittent
Water will not boil as soon as put
on the fire. Ice cream will not freeze
at the first turn of the handle. Neither
will advertising pull at the first blast
of the trumpet.
Many an advertising campaign has
been abandoned at just the time when
it was getting in line for results, sim
ply because it did not bring results at
a hundred per cent ratio from the
start. Because the buyer did not rush
into the store at the first flash of the
As a matter of fact, proven every
day by the enterprises all over the
country the really successful advertis
lug campaign, the one that 1 really
builds up a business is not the cam
paign that takes effect at the jump.
Business buiMing advertising is a ton
is to the trade, and like a tonic has to
ic to the trade, and like a tonic has to
course throughout the entire buying
frame before it begins to show results,
ticeabie ones. What would your family
physician think if after giving you a
tonic or system builder, you would
rush into his office after the first dose
and accuse him of not doing as he
agreed? Is it not the same with ad
vertising? Doesn't it take time to get
into the system of the buyer and build
up his buying instinct for your par
ticular goods, before you can expect
him to come into your place of busi
ness and spend his cash, that takes
him ten hours a day to earn?
Can you expect the housewife to
leave her accustomed haunts' of shop
ping and switch to you at the first
advertisement that you insert In the
paper? Does your wife do it? The
best way to size up the pulling quali
ties, and the time needed. Is to watch
your wife follow a new proposition,
and see the working of the buying in
stinct. Every woman is different to a
certain extent, but you as a salesman
know the psychological buying in
stincts that are present in every well
balanced buying mind.
Of course 'Special sale advertising
brings direct, and quick results that is
If if the public has already a confi
dence in the business doing the adver
tising, and if the bargains are real
bargains. And the average shopper
knows the real thing now days from
The basis for quick results from
scare-line advertising, is the old, old
story of a chance to get something for
less than it ought to be. If this proves ,
to be true In every case, the adver
tising is bound to bring results every
time, or if it gives the buyer an ad
vantage once in a while, enough times
to make it a gambling chance. This
class of advertising must be fresh, in
teresting, eye riveting, and show a cer
tain per cent of extravagances. This
class of advertising has the business
building quality in it if it is successful,
but the confidence making, heart-to-heart
talk, the newsy element is sec
ondary, and1 the alluring element is in
The business building advertising Is
the advertising that day after day has
a heart-to-heart talle with the buyer,
tells him something of Interest about
the store, describes this article or that,
gives its advantages over that of some
other article of a like family, and is
educational. It is the advertising that
suggests something new to the buyer,
every day or so, and makes him feel
that the establishment doing the ad
vertising has the best on the market,
under the best salesmanship, at the
right price, etc. This is the kind of
advertising that is reliable, that is
looked at every day, and after a time
brings the trade to the store doing
the advertising because this store has
made its name synonomous with a cer
tain line of goods, and every time that
the shopper thinks of an article in this
particular line, the mind associates the
store advertised with the article in
mind, and that store gets the pur
chase. That store's ad is looked for
when the something in mind is needed.
This is the secret of every large en
terprise that is advertised today. At
first it took-time to educate the pub
lic to looking for the ad of the partic
ular firm, but after the instinct was
firmly anchored the rest was an easy
matter. All that was necessary was
to keep up the confidence inspiring
copy, the tone of the store and adhere
to its principles.
It may not be true.
Smile-up and go to work.
Most of the trouble that we worry
about never happens.
Shortage of ducats must be made up
by an excess of gray matter, long
hours and get-there? a full gasoline
tank doesn't hela much if the carbu
retter splutters and: the spark plug is
Smile-up and work.
Mistakes come to everyone, but the
mistake of worrying about them Is
the worst mistake of all.
It's not what happens that brings
the wrinkles and gray hairs, but the
fear of it.
Smile-up and work.
Fear is old-womanish: be a man.
Anyway, trouble or no trouble, work
or no work, worry or no worry, there
is work to be done, it has to be done,
so get busy and forget it.
Smile-up and work.
What every Tom, Dick and Harry
can do is not worth doing, no one
wants to do.
If trouble, failure, nerve, brain or
toil were not needed to succeed, all
the sweetness of achievement would
Smile-up and work.
If copper stock is down, steel Is up,
so what is the difference?
If there were no ups and downs, no
good years and bad years, all the ex
citement of the game would be lost.
' SMILE-L'P and WORK.
There are Wkay people who "suffer
from Backache, Rheumatism, Lumba
go and similar ailments who are not
aware these are symptoms of Kidney
trouble. Pineules for the Kidneys act
as a tonic and regulator to Kidneys
and Bladder. They tone and Invigor
ate the entire system, relieve the pain.
30 days' trial $1.00.
LARSON'S DRUG CO.
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 SE
NV4 SW14. 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 Baid 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.
The One Price Strict- 2
ly Cash Store will sell
you merchandise for 20 t
per cent less than the 2
merchant who credits, f
and we guarantee every
piece of merchandise 2
that leaves our store.
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As far South as you go as far North the i
same rule prevails. You'll always find H. S. & H. 2
X Clothes, Florsheim Shoes,
ouu-is in guou company,
line. Sold by -
'.' P. S. We fill mail
THE means by which all the luxuries of a bath
may be obtained at home are well portrayed in
EVERYBODY'S lare;e front window.
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THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO.
will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa in ten hours. One
f the most scenic stage routes in America. Five relay. Phone aa
for Information. Fare. 16.00. s
MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. ' v
(AILY fpASHION ALKS
A DAINTY LINGERIE GOWN.
THE lingerie gown that is made with a straight gathered Qouncc b one of
the best liked and it it to pretty and graceful that It Is likely to in
crease in favor as the season advances. This one is exceptionally at
tractive, yet made in a quite simple manner with separate blouse and
Fancy Tucked Blouse 6343. Skirt with Spanish Flounce S9& ' yJj, 5tf
yards 32 or 4 V yards 44 inches wide w.'tfi 14 V yards of lace binding.
A May Manton pattern of the blouse. No. 6343, sires 32 to 42 inches butt, or of
the skirt. No. 5957, sizes 22 to 30 inches waist, will be mailed to any address by
the t ashion Department ol this paper on receipt of ten cents for each. (If in
baste send an additional two cent stamp tor letter postage which insures more
FILL OUT THIS BLANK.
ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, Phoenix. Arizona.
Please order for me. 10 .'cents herewith to cover your charges:
Pattern No Size....,
NOTE: These Patterns are ordered for you from Chicago and require
about 10 days to get them to you.
Stetson Hats and Cluett
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r-aeu is a leauer m us
THE CAPITAL AND
THE MESA CITY BANK
tWe solicit your patronage
with a Dutch
collar as illus
trated, is summer-like
in spite of its
tayes, the Dutch
collar does not
suit all women
and this blouse
has the merit of
choice of that
one or of a
stock collar or
of a slightly
Its sleeves, too,
can be made m
full or three
lace makes the
rials are almost
There are lovely
there are the
and the like,
there are cotton
voiles and cot
and there are
many silk and
and even silks
that are made
in lingerie style,
while the model
suits one and all
Both the skirt
and the ilouncc
are straight and
they can be
will be required,
for the blouse
material 24, 3
yards 32 or 2)i
yards 44 inches
wide, with 8
yards of inser
tion, 3tf yards
of edging j for