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TIJK AIIIZON'A KEPUBLICAX, SATUKI)A,Y MOKXING, DECEMBER 12, 1903.
T (ft SOUTH SIDE NEWS mm MESA i ,H TEMPE If During Convalescence Recovery is hastened, health restored and vitality renewed by the use of ivMHEUSER-BLc... a OS 3B03 10 TRADE MARK. 1 IThe perfect malt tonic. A food U T iot' in'oa'L I'lpi i n liniiiH form Tf niiirlrlir T-uii"Ma ..?Atr. : nape . J lAQh n-nn tiqqiia f-.V''-'''-J -www. i w 'Rfw:sii . ...... ah aruFPisis sen lr. franarea n tu TEMPE- . REAL ESTATE AND FARM LOANS. Farm lands for Fnle with water in the tanner portion of the Salt River Valley, ruder the o!d Tempe canal; is as Fate as government bonds and yields much larger returns to the owners. Correspondence and investi gation Kolicited. For Fale, 320 acres under Tempe canal. $10 per acre. Address all com munications to A. Niclson, Tempe, Arizona . Ill I Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis, U. S. A. MELCZER BH0S. CO., Wholesale Dealers, Phoenix: A CHANCE OF A LIFE Look at the following prices for today, Saturday, Dec. 12, at 6th Ave, and Washington St. j Roy TruFlcr. who in company with , Willie Franklir, left Tempe last fprlngr, returned yesterday. He has been woiking on a railroad camp In northern Ca'ifornia and Mr. Franklin . 13 rJll there. MESA SOME FINE CORN. ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT. No Second Hand Goods. A $100 Side Board at $65.00 j $70 Brass bed .. 42.00 $30 Bed : 22.00 $13 Bed 13.r.0 $10 Bed 7..10 ?S Bed . 6.00 $6 Bed 4.50 55 Bed $4.50 Bed .. Extension beauties. A $24 Table $22 Table .. $15 Table .. $14 "Table .. $12 Table .. tables full quarter 3.75 3.00 oak .$13.00 . 16.50 RUGS. A $9.00 and $12 4.50 Indian Mohawk 2.55 Common, large 1.92 Velvet ...1.95 REVERSIBLE MATTRESSES. Very fine, tomorrow $4.00 A fne full sized ?ingle top 3.00 Springs extra good 4.00 A good spring 3.00 T ....... i i. 1 - . . . t u. . r , . 10.53 I 9.00 1 Lace Curtains for Oil Cloth at cost. i5 cents up. Dining Chairs full box oak. fine, worth $3.00. go tomorrow at $2. On A Chair worth $1.35 ". 95 A Chair worth $1.20 90 A Chair worth $1.13 85 A Chair, worth $1.00 75 Rerreiwber tho place. Sixth aven s c and Vas:ii"gt'in Ftrect. And the day Fat:jr2ay, Doc. 12th, 1903. The Alpha Society at the Normal Be side a Literary Programme Will Present a Play. The members of the Alpha Society have been practicing hard the past week preparing the comic farce, "The Mouse Trap," which they will present to the public this evening at the Nor mal Auditorium. The programme for the evening follows: PART 1. Overture Affinity; Hdzman Mando lin and Guitar Club. Recitation "Putting Up the Stove." Nellie Murphy. Vocal Solo "Going to Market." Diuhl Anna Priest. EFsay "Some Greek Myths," Ethel Jones. ' Pian,o Solo "The Maiden's Wish." Liszt Laura Schmidt. Kecltation "Music in Camp," Hub bard Moeur. Vocal Sclo "Far O'er the Stars There is Rest," Abt. Joy Biery. Recitnior. "The Ballad of Cassandra Brown," Anna Drew. Club Swinging Anna Matthews. Jumping Jack's Jubilee, Tocobln Mandolin -and Guitar Club. PART II THE MOUSE 1 RAP. Willis Campbell Bert Griffin. Mrs. Somers Mabel Russell. Mrs. Curwen Lemmie Stauffer. Mrs. Miller lmogene Murphy. Mrs. Bemis. Olive Griffen. Mtf. Roberts Zella Allred Jar.e Mabel Woclf. T.iE. Jones of Lehl yesterday brought to the office of Pomeroy Bros. Co. pome very fine ears of corn of the white duet variety. The ears were eleven inches long, and the corn was large and well filled, there being Fix teen rows of ccrn on the cob, and num bered pome 750 kernels. The corn was planted between Aug ust 20 and Sept. 1 and has been har vested now about two w-eeks. Thus the growth fiom planting to harvesting was only two months. From the prime noil can be found a sample of wheat, also In the office of Pomeroy Bros. Co., cut therefrom last summer, because of its remarkable size and splendid maturity. There are few countries that can produce two crops p?r seassn and .both be of such excellent quality. A gentle man from Mississippi when shown the torn sample, declared, "That's as good as can be found in the Delta of the Mississippi." There is nobetter or richer soil than that found In Lehi. ME, A LTH is the WILL VISIT MESA. Messrs. Elliott and Robinson, repre senting the United Moderns and Grand Fraternity orders, v.-hlch they are con solidating, will visit Mesa today and meet with the Mesa order of Moderns. PERSONAL MENTION. A. M. to A BIG TANK. The above prices can't be duplicated west of the Mississ ippi river. John McLnne. the tinner. yst-rday completed a 10,000 9il3i tank for th Tempe Creamery and Condensed 7-1 'lie Co. It was taken to the plant sster day afternoon by Penn's trnn.fer wag on, and with the aid if half a d .- n men. numerous rcpes md ia"k!?, and a l4rge Incline, was Tnrilly i-I:-t-1 on a twenty foot tower. It Is for the pur rose of supplying the engine and oth?r parts of the plant with water. ODDS AND ENDS. S. W. .1. I'owen of Mesa. rcpresnt lng the New York Life, was in town yesterday. The tel-e-.hone cfT"ne has made ar rangements with Chas. J. Sanichas to handle his candies in Tempe. Mrs. Thompson expects to receive fresh taf fies and other varkti3s several tlnwi a week. Messrs. W. A. M?cdonald, II. Deihl. A. J. Chandler, and J Schule. were taxpaying visitors Phonix yepttrday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Spangler were visitors to Phoenix yesterday. Messrs. Ilartzcg and Allen were vis itors tc tho oppltol yesterday. CAVE CREEK LETTER Mines are Lively and Cattle Fat, but Water is Scarce. Cave Creek, Ariz., Dec. 10. (Special Correspondent-!; or The Republican) The sheepmen coming in report that there is plenty of feed, both for tht? enormous number of shoen driven down this way and fcr the cattle. The crttlr- seem tc be in specially fine con dition, pnd can be driven to a bu'.cii er right off the ranci? without pasture or grain feeding. The water supply, though, is very poor, th? springs and running creeks being lower than ev er noticed before at this time of 'ho year. By January 1 the new Mormon Girl rrlll will be roaring ever tlm hitherto Most Important In buying food-products several things are to be thought of i. e., Economy, Results, Easy Handling, Reliability, but 'the most important is Health. Health means everything. In buying clothes, shoes, hats, furniture, etc., if the buyer is deceived and gets an imitation the only harm is loss of money. In buying food products, if imitations are supplied, there is not only a loss of money but perhaps an injury to health which is beyond price. Remember these facts w?,en buying baking powder. AKING, POWDER ABSOLUTELY PURE quiet region. As new discoveries hve ! ccmp Is a bu3y one. been made on the cid Mormon Girl; ,A. S. Mills has established hinisalf ground, the supply of or? is practical!- ' permanently at his claims near Grid ' inexhaustible. The mill, once started in the shape Mr. , Davis proposes, will keep on running for an indefinite time. It is predicted that a year hence the Mormon Girl will be as frequent ly mentioned ps are the mines of Globe, Bisbee and other Arizona 1is tricts. . Mr. Withey and son cf the Grand Traverse and Arizona Co.. uie work ing a small force of mon on th?ir ground near Gold Hill. Intending to nr.. tably increase the foijce afltr Jaru ary 1. They are most agreeably sur prised at the development. W. 1. jlc Kay is foreman at this camp. The Fleming Bros., working the Charley Fleming grcup, have ench week new reasens to rejoice over 'he development of their ground. They now have several men at work, and the Hill and is doin-r well, George Carguilo IS at wcrt n h'.s Too Much "Atmosphere. A rent symposium of acting ai -t art, in London, was being- d:s u -1 n the presence of Sir Henry Irvinr. ''"1 own ground near the Fleming: group. 1 he was ased whether he fflt as tr. Cave Creek district this season is doing more and better work than for years, and under systematic and ex- pert ex.plorotioii, the results are most graffyirg. The black eye of the district is now a blue eye. Edward P. McOcrrrJck, penm-tster ,,t Cave Creek since August. is anx- i ioasly waiting for his suecesscr to j to- able to take hold. Mr. Mc- Cormiek w?nts to bo in a. positioi to Undo "Wei!, P.obbie, go to the ccst as soon as he Is reidv. learning to slm." he were acting amid real :fni v hil f on th stage. ' "I am not avers to th theorv " r -plied th? actor smiling. "But In "1 an te' thj scene is laid in hlL Stntl." speaking. I cannot say that I fevl !A that." Public Ledger. In the . Swim. I hear y t'r ana a-ces not want to do nsimperea oy a federal cfiice to hold him in statu rjuo. While he is looking well, a .harassing heart disease keeps him oa the anxious seat. A NATIVE. robrie ")fes. go are you. ain't i. uncle?" I'ncle "No. my lad. Why?" Bobbie "Oh. I heard fath-r n . v. terday that you had a hard t m- keep your head above wat.T." Bo fin Clob i 4 JJk j H i A At JJk J I) i iJ i i j Jj j ll 1 J! 1) li i i A li J i i i . 1) IDIDIDIDIDIDIDIDIDIDIDIDWIDIDIDIDWIDID 2 GAINS I St ill LACE CURTAINS. Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3V4 yards lng. good patterns, worth $1.25 per pair; now selling at pair Nottingham Lace Curtains, plain enters with borders, 3z yards Urn?. very rice, worth ::.00 pair, our price, pair B'jfnVd net Curtains with lace ed'jc. worth $3.50 pair, our juice, pair Ruffled Bobbinett I.iee Curtains, with wide border and edge to match. worth $T.00 pair, now going at. pair Mercerized Silk Portieres in beautiful designs worth $6.50 pair now going at pair Extra Heavy Tapestry Portieres ,ln all shades, worth $7.50. our price pair $1.00 tains. plain !z yards Km?. $1.50 th lace ed?c, S2.75 Curtains, with ? to match. $4.00 $4.98 $6.35 Suits and Overcoats ' For Christmas Gifts. Nothing more acceptable for a gentle man's Xmas present than a nice suit or overcoat. Our line is com plete and it will pay you to look them over. Prices are as usual, the lowest. Suits at $5.00 $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and Overcoats at $7.50, $10.00, $12.50. $15.00 each '. . uauiii, nit; $20. $16,50 I &(f " h (:':VA!iJ.fi.:ii..-S-4 I Iff.,.' There is nothing that a lady appreciate s more for a Christmas gift than a Silk Dress or Waist. We have just received a line of HOLIDAY SILKS that are simply exquisite, the style and colorings are beautiful, and the prices? well, that is the lowest, quality considered. Come and see the Silks for FANCY WAISTS, SHIRT WAIST SUITS, SKIRTS, DRESSES, EVENING COSTUMES and PETTICOATS. FREE! FREE! We are giving away free of charge " Gil! Frame (suitable for large pictures) with every Ten Dollars' worth" pur chased at our store, in any department. Twenty different styles to select from. Don't fail to ask for tickets. We are showing an elegant assort ment of smoking Jackets for Christ mas gifts, nothing more appropriate for a gentleman. USEFUL HOLIDAY GIFTS. A complete line of Holiday Goods that are useful as well as orna mental. Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Military Sets, Pictures, Albums, Pocketbooks. Bags, Mirrors, Frames, ; Dolls, Sewing Sets, Collar Boxes, Cuff Boxes, : Shaving Sets, Feather Boas, Dressing Sacquts, Bath Robes, Knit Shawls, Fascinators - Gloves Slippers, Art Goods. Battenberg Cords, Ruches, Silk Collars and many other useful articles. Shoes. ' WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR W, L, Douglas Shoes, The Best Shoe Made $3.50atPAIR. ss ss Smoking Jackets. Ss Ss SS Ss Ss Ss T m tf cf tf tf tf t if tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf t( tf tf tf tf t tf tf tf t( tf ti tf tf tf tf tf tf t tf fOtlfJC J CO--'"- B.OiTQN STORE i 11 id 4