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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1904.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE MESA TEMPE WILL TEST WELLS. P. E. Fuller Will Determine the Ameunt of Water Each will Supply The first of next week P. K FiKle will test the third of the wells being drilled for the purpose of supplying wa ter for the Heard ranch. These well me three miles south of Tempe and t':e water from them will be run im a ditch i distance of several miles to the ranch Already two have been sunk but the r tests have not been as satisfactory a.3 might be wished for. The diffleu'ty in sinking them lies in the fact that bed rock is very near the surface. It is TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. $20,000 TO LOAN. Tempe Property and Ranches of p.ll Size3 For Sale. Address A. B. T0MLINS0N, Tempo. FOR SALE If sold within twenty days $2,75(1 buys 35 acres one-fourth mile of city limits, one mile of Tempe creamery. "Water in Tempe canal, all in grain and alfalfa. Just the place for small dairy. Also one twenty-acre tract for sale for cash, well improved with plenty of water in Tempe canal, also city prop erty at a targain. Address all communications to ANDREW MLLSEN, 10AMS i INSURANCE MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. MESA HOTEL No sick taken. The comforts of visi tors made a specialty. Feed and livery m connection. Free bus to hotel. Geo. SchornlcK, Prop. MESA, ARIZONA. almost impo-sible to diT.l through th's and even if this plan were feasible it is ft- question whether or not any quantity of water would be found. In t.-. fi st two wells bed rock was encountered at a distance of between 75 an i P0 feet, and in each the flow of water va? light. 'Hie third, the one to be tested n.'xt week has reached a depth of 110 feet and it is hoped th.U this one will prove to have p. rtronger flow of water than the others. In case it does not the only alternative is to drill more wells to make up in number what they la;k in depth. Tt in thought that by th's meani the same amount of water will be s? currd. FIRST CONDENSED MILK. erd of the wwk, In fact before next drill night, th3.t It will be completed. At the same time the new rifles will be is sued. The lockers are now tlntshed nnd with the completion of the floor the r wilr? will be done and C company will have the finest drill headquarters i: the territory. Results in the recruiting contest ai beginning to show themselves and Thursday evening a new member r.dder. TENNIS CLUB PARTY. The Junior Tenni-? cluh were 1h guest last evening of Misr Mary Mullen at her home south eat of Tempe. A usual flinch was played Vh o.her games" and all present spent a pleasant evening. WORD FROM LOUS SPEAR. I For two days the new creamery and condensed milk plant have been mak I ing trials with the new condensing mi- r:nery. As it is only a trial run skimmed milk is being used. Manager Hough, states that he is well pleased with the working of the plait and hops that by Monday tb? first milk for com mercial purposes, will be turned out. Several di.vs ago a letter was relved by M. L. Ppur from h!? Bon Louis, who left. Tempe s?veral years ngo to serve in the Philippines. At present he is foreman of the supervis ors in a province north of Manila, en Joys his work and is doing well. LEAVES FOR GLOBE. SURPRISE PARTY. Granville Ridenour will leave th'a morning on an overland trip to Glob-. The first phrt of the ttlo will be niad In a buggy as far as Stiver Kins: and from there on he will take the trail and .to by horse back. A pleasant welcome '!n the way of a surprise party was given to' Mr. and Mrs.- Poil and family last evening. Mr. foil l- a nsw comer fro.n Illinois and I has bought the eld Arthur place. Amcng . those present were: Mr. and Mis. B'rk ! encamp, Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, Mr. land Mrs. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Pertlesen. Mr. and Mr Jensen. Mrs. Carroll and Miss Decker NORMAL PROGRAMMES. ODDS AND ENDS. FOR SALE. $2800. 160 acres under Tempe canal. 100 acres alfalfa, good location for cat tle; improvements worth the asking price, tig snap, let us show you this. $6,000. 160 acres, 3 shares Mesa wa ter. 80 acres alfalfa, balance grain good house and fences, r-ady to go to ranching on from t:.rt; a bargain for thirty days. $1,000. Eleven acres, ' 3-room frame house, pood well, buggy shed, good fences, $400 worth of water; look this up. City and Ranch property for sa'i or rent. The following were rendered at the normal yesterday afternoon: Olympian. Piano soles Miss Clew. Heading. Miss Ooodwin. Music, Mioses Stone and Green'eaf. R'Fay, MiK3 Young. Song, Society. Paper, editors Philomathan. Song. Society. Recitatiorv Miss Carrol. Reading. Miss Snvder Piino solo, Miss Culver. Debate "Resolved. That the fnlted States was Justified in recognizing the Republic of Panama." affirmative. R. Jone.- and Miss Alice Grier; negative! H. Van NToat and Miss Ullman "Kxpcnent," edttors- Decision of judges in favor of negative Alpha. Song, So iety. Pinno rnlo, Miss Murphy. : Esay. Miss Or! Ten. Du?t. Miss Pii-st and VI s Rl ry. Five-minute ?pech. Isabel PW kely. Recitation, .A nn!e Sachs. "News Eudget," editors NEW FLOOH. Yesterday mornln? work on the new floor in the armorv of Company C wa. i Pomeroy Bros. Co. (Inc. Mesa, Ariz, commenced and it is hoped that by the! .Tames Goodwin returned yesterday morning from his trip to the mountain wTiere he has been doing some work on Goodwin F.rc. mlnep. The telephone office ha just received the finest line of cigars eve-r tern In Tempo. W. A. Grew will leave this morninsr with two four horse wagon loads cf supplies for Superior. Dr. Carrier and wife of Jeronie will occupy the Winies oottee on Norrral Ftreet the ret of the winter. Rev. Chapln, of the Baptist nurch. was a visitor at the normal yesterday afternoon and at the society meetings made a few remaiks to the student. Congregational ehuro:i. Sunoay schoo' 10 a. m., preaching by the pastor at 11 a. ni. Subject. "S'vj! 'Winning." Junior Kndeavor at 3 p. m.; Christian Endeav or society Pt 6:30 p. rr. At 7:30 thar will b a, union revival service at the church, all the churches uniting in the service. Sermon bv Rev. J. C. Chapln. pastor ' the Raptist church. , Rantist church, Surday school at 10; preaching at 11: Junior R. Y. P. IT., at 3. t nigTit the pastor will preach at the union meeting in the Congregation al church. v- CASH SALE. We must clean up to make room for spring goods which will be here soon. Men's and Boys' ribbed underwear". Heavy ribbed vests, worth 6."o. closed at 40c; a good ribbed f''ll suit, 4Tc; boy's good suit, 65c; a lighter weight, 40c. Boys' and Men's Shoes- A good $4.00 shoe for $2.11; a good work shoe for $1.00; boys' shoes from 90c to $1.90. We are going to close out these goods and discontinue carrying them. You , all know . whst our Ladies' Dress and Underskirts are. You can buy our best black broadcloth $9.00 skirt for $7.00; any of our black serge or voils. $5.50; a good walking skirt, $1.25; an all wool skirt for $3.00; black sateen or mercerized cloth underskirt, 65c; p. good heavy skirt, four ruffles, 9Sc; We have a big line of these goods and don't want to carry them over. Miscellaneous. Wrappers, good fieece lined, one ruffle, 9Sc to $.75: the best wrapper in the house for $1.75; night gowns 85c; dressing sacques, S5c; a treat in ladies' collars come and see what you can get for 25c; women's ribbed union suits, 25c, the best 12gc outing, per yard. 9c; our 10c ginghams, now 8;jc; towels, each. 5c; 52-inch half wool dress goods, per yard, 25c. Buy your goods when you can i'se them. ' These goods are all clean new good:. We need the room and the money. Don't forget the place. P. O. corner. J. J. HODNETT. ( N MESA C. A. Parker, advance agent for Ed. Andrews' excellent opera company, was in Mesa today and made ar rangements with Manager Stapley to give "Elrds of a Feather" at the opera houe on the night of Jan. 22d. The Andrews company will be In Phoenix on the 21st. They played a most sat isfactory engagement there last sea son, to crowded houses, and their re turn to the valley will b3 welcomed by every lover of the drama Wm. A. FInley returned today and resumes his duties as M. & P. agent at Mesa. F. S Chase, who has held down the job during Mr Finley's absence, leaves for Tuma tomorrow. Sheep shearing is progressing at E. P. Grover's pens. James and Sidney Scott's sheep are the first on the list. The former has 7,000 and the. latter 2.000 head, and 'it will require about five days to complete the bunch, as cn ly a few men are at work. Shearing will continue during the next six weeks, possibly longer. Mr. and Mrs. Will Engler, of Bluff ton. Ind., arrived on the morning train and are visiting with Mrs. E.igler's sister, Mrs. J. L. Waring. They are in the west with a view to locating, probably in Arizona Judge Standage yesterday fined the young men who created a disturbance, Wednesday night, at the Alma dance, as follows: Lynn Martin, $11; Byron Wilson, $10; George Spears, $7; Orson Brimhall. $5. Conductor David Strahl is back on the Maricopa mr. Wolf Sachs and Attorney Woolf were over from Tempe looking up matters connected with the Billups Bauer contest. Address in behalf of the stake Isaac Dana. Skng Mrs. Jeanette Johnson. . Phonographic musie-rEd. Lt, Pome roy. Address cn behalf cf the 90th Quo rum of Seventy Pres. G. W. Lewis. Duet Fannie Allen and Mrs. Phelos. Song Phelps Sisters. Address on behalf of the ward Bishop W. A. Allen. Mandolin and guitar duet Mrs. G. W. Lewis & Co. My first and last impressions of missionary life Loran Dana. Song Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Dana. After refreshments were served a ccllectlon was taken up to hedp Mr. Lamb on his way, $26 being realized. Mr. Lamb w.".l start for Salt Lake next Wednesday, and from there go- di rect to England. A HEAD-ON COLLISION A ad as Usual There Was Nobody to Blame for It. t TRADE TOPICS 1 x X X"5":M"5:- -?-:--m--5--:--m--5--j-.:-?-$. STOP!!! Bath 15c; shave, 10c; hair cut, 25c. Commercial hotel barber shop. Strangers call and inspect our work. American Cleaning Works. E. Wash ington street. Hair! Combs! Pompadors, Switches, latest styles, Hairdressing. Manicur ing. Mrs. Aylwin's Parlors, 11 S. Cen ter, upstairs. Maple Leaf Bowling alley, bawemeni McKee's store. Come and bowl. Jas. L. Perry, contractor, brick and mason work. Residence, 2202 W. Jef ferson st. 'Phone Red 32$. Women and girls who have been un fortunate and are In need oi a honn and friends can And them by address ing Crittenton Home, Highland add! tion. Phoenix, Arizor A meeting of all t. Water Users under the Grand. MariooDa and Salt i River Valley Canals is hereby called t meet ai kj ."seiu s nan, fcaturaay, Jan uary 16, ly04, at 1:30 p. m., for tn purpose of receiving the report of th Joint Committee of the wafer users under the said canals, and to tk prompt steps to perfect a permanent j organization., Eyery water user und- ; the above canals is urgently reauesteJ to attend. JOHN NORTON', Chairman, FRANK PARKER. Secretary. D WIGHT B. HEARD. JOHN ORMK. GEORGE D. .CHRISTY. Committee on Organization. THE PARTY. The farewell social given last night to L. E. Lamb was well attended, his many friends uniting in good wishes for a -pleasant jcurney and safe re turn. The literary and musical programme was as fo'lows: Opening Chorus "Ye Riders of Is rael," led by Mrs. M. C. Phelps. Prayer Elder W. H. Allen. Chorus "We Thank Thee, Oh God. for a Prophet," led by Mrs. M. C. Phelps. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of stockholders of the Maricopa & Phoenix & Salt River . Valley Railroad company will 'be held at the office of the company, room No. . 204 in the Crocker Building, San Fran I Cisco, California, on Tuesday the 19th day of January, 1904, at 4:30 o'clock p. m., for tne purpose or electing a board of directors to serve for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may proper ly come before the meeting. F. I. KENDALL, Secretary. i San Francisco, December 22. 1903. This relation concerns a newspaper man and a constable; and it is net de figned to be a funny story e'ther. There Is no dangsr of making either of them sore, for they are cs sore ncv as they could be and continue to follow their daily avocations. Both Constable D. P Kyle and Editor Joe Shelton of the Gy.ette, live in the iast end of town. The forme: was go ing home on his bicycle Thursday even ing just after dark ind the latter was coming down town on his bicycle. They collided, head on, between Seventh and NIneth streets. And it was sure enough "head on," fcr the wheels both jumped the track, while the riders telescoped fich other. Neither was hurt exrept on the head and both were pretty badly hurt thereabout. Mr. Kyle says he Is certain that only one side of his head hit Mr. Shelton, but he don't know which side it was, for each side is swcllen Jus-t a little more than the other and both sides worse than either. He thought at first that his jaw had been broken, but H pew convinced tht it. was not though it is as sore though U had been brcken twice. Kl" t"eih is loosened and he is coming to appreciate the sublime poetry of prellgestel health food'i that require no mastication. Mr. Shelton fared pretty roughly also, though he has not furnislitd a bill of particulars', but he insists that next time he ha hi fp.ee worked ever he doesn't wart it done by bicycle massage or a constable whose move ments are beyond the control of any thing except the liw o gravitation. Beth geni-men Insist 'b't they didn't do It o:, purpose, fnd snyon who locks at them will certiinlv be lieve thrm. Mr. Shelton claims tn-t "S the double street car track on Wash ington street goes no further ea&t than Seventh, Mr. Kyle should have tak?n a siding at th-t point ti'.l he got a clear signal ehead and Mr. Kyle claims tht he had orders Issued by the gen eral manager at home, as early as noon cf that day, instructing him t be bck for supper at 6 o'clock. Besides he cculd smell the apple fritters that were then on the stove aw?itlng his ar rivpl. He kTiew thst he was running behind the schedule, but thought he had the right of way and had forgot ten there was only a single track east cf Seventh street. WHY? does "Benjamin" mean the same as "Correct Clothes for Men"? This famous mark pdJJenjaniineC? MAKERS ffc NFWyORK answers: Because the aim of BENJAMIN tailoring is "correct ness." Benjamin Fall Suits and Top Coats, for example. 3,000 salaried experts, sup plied with abundant air and light, each tailor producing but one portion cf the gar ment, are the chief factors in attaining this ideal. That BENJAMIN Suits and Overcoats are correct is attested by thou sands cf correct dressers wear ing them f-eason after season. The price b right Your money back if anything goes wrong. We are Sole Distributors here. THE HUB. Phoetux, Arizana. Strong Nerves ,ve the true S" I' appearance. Persons with buli-ei j way: look worried and "dragged-otn. . you cannot oc nappy w,tlx' nerve vigor; you cannot be natural wi'.hont all the powerc which nature meant you to have. ' HIS AMBITION. "He wants to be considered a giant in debate." said one statesman. "Yes," answered the other, "that's why he insists on using stilted lan guage for undersized thoughts." Was! !:iion Star. produce a healthful glow vhkh art cannot imitate. They invigorate crery ergaii, put new force to the nerrea, elasticity to the step and round out the face and form t- Unca of health and beauty. $1 per box? 0 ..-xrn (with written guarantee), ii.00. -oolc free. fSAI. MEOICUS3 Co- CleveL ad. Obic VOU SALE BY EL. VET & HULETT. THE LIVE DRUGGISTS S2&SE5SSSZS8B 333 THE AMERICAN KITCHEN. On North Center Street. Everything, Tables, Linens, Dishes, Ctorca Everything new. New cooks here the best In the we.su My aim will be to conduct the cleanest and best resraurant In Arizona. Boxes for families and par ties I will do all my own pastry work still. I want all my old friends to be at the new stand when I open. Open day and night- Chop Suey for dinner. faTWTICi N.MB IN 4p A Snap in Boys' Clothing. BOYS' KNEE PANTS SUITS In sizes from 4 to (i4 years, made of all-wool Cheviots, Serges and Cassi meres, all styles, worth from $2.50 to $4.00 per suit. Inventory Price per suit .. $1.45 ortie.es Merce'rizcd Silk Portieres in Kcd, Green and Old Rose, 3', yards long. very wide, deep fringe, worth $6.00 per pair. Inventory price, per pair $3.90 Dress Goods and Silks Novelty goods in fancy mixtures, all Wool, worth from 50c to $1.00 J J per yard. Inventory price, 1 "i I per yard J J J Navy Blue Serge. 56 inches wide always sold for $1.00 per yar . Inventory price, )IJ( per yard J J Reversible Skirting, 54 Inches wide in all colors, worth $2.00 to J P" $2.00 per yard, inventory 1 f price per yard S' Black guaranteed Taffeta Silk. 36 Inches wide, always sold for f P" $1.25 per yard. Inventory" Vl I price, per yard J sJ J Solid color Taffeta Silks in all the leading shades, the 9f)e qual- "T I ity. Inventory price, per LS I yard 1 fcv Black and White checked Taffeta Silk for shirt waist suits, worth "7 f $1.00 per yard. Inventory VJ I price, per yard V Fancy Silks In all new designs "TA worth $1.25 per yard, Inven- U I tory price, per yard V argains Bargains! That i-4 the wrd we often hear from the pleased customers that have crowded our stores daily dui ing this great sale. To say. that . the public appreciates A Genuine Inventory Sale Wvuld be putting it mildly, as was shown by the interest and enthusiasm shown by our many customers. In order to make this 5alc even more successful, we are adding'new bargains dailjr, and a visit to our sale will convince you that now- is the time to buy your gocds at INVENTORY PRICES. Corsets. 500 pairs of odd and end Corsets, some celebrated makes, such as Royal Wor chester, A. B., F. C, W. B. and many other good makes, worth from $i to $1.50 per pair. Now going at Inven tory price, Pair 25c Glove Bargains. Ladies' dressed and un dressed kid gloves, in all col ors and all sizes, worth $i.25 and $1.50 per pair. Your choice now at, Q 8 C Ladies' Collars. Ladies' appliqued silk col lars with fancy tabs in black, white, red and combination colors. Worth 70c to $1.00. Inventory price, O CT p Each J J t Don't Miss This Towel Offering. Linen Damask and Huck Towels, extra Large size, hemmed or fringed with white or colored borders, worth from 5o to 75c per pair. Inventory 7tr price, each .. I 1 2L AT rttt LACE Counter Torchon Laces. 3600 yards of Torchon j Lace and Inserting from two to five inches wide, worth from ioc to ioc yard. All go at choice, 5c Feather Pillows. Covered with best quality ticking, weighs three pounds, worth $1.00 each. Inventory i price, each in i.uu eucn. 62c Bed Spreads. White Eed Spreads assorted patterns hemmed ready for use, worth 83c . each. Inventory price, each . . . X lltl IM 59c Inventory price, Yard .:. Black Laces. Black Silk Lace and band insertings, all widths, worth 3-5c yard. Inventory price, per yard White Bed Spreads, heavy quality, Marseilles patterns, hemmed ready for use, worth $1.00 each. Inventory price, each 69c TOE- BOSTON Embroideries. See our new line of Embroideries, in fine Nainsook rets, edges and in sertings, also a full line of Corset Covers, edges and beading going now at Inventory prices. ft I 1 3 Si