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TIIK ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 17, 1906
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
TT-MfT- Fraa W. CrCm Nutrtr Frti.-MESA
JtVPZ ADVERTISEMENTS.
GEACH'S
MILLINERY
Tail and Winter 1006-07
NOW
CITY OF
GF.A.C1I ta
READY
TEMPE
GEACII
NORMAL
j The meeting was called to order early.
and both srcntlcmen departed for the
fouth on the Maricopa, train.
Thp timi' of the two incn was spent
-m t-r la y in a manner that cannot
help tut M-i-ure a Lis: majority of
j-mpes, -.mes iur .w r. ;ooper. lie is
well known lore, havinir many personal
i I: h-nds whom lie lias known for years,
1 and mail" it a point to look up each
. ; on.- and greet him with a hearty hand
si ake and cheerful word. He met
many nnv people whom he now counts
a his friends, and it is almost safe to
vay that every voter he got acquainted
with e.li.er personally or through the
, meeting of last niyht means another
J v..:e f..r him. ("ovcrnor (jiddings,
i though a s'ranvar in Tempe yesterday
'mori.tt.tr. w as fa r from that when he
left here la.-t ninht. He is a ffentle
sri.iii whou it is a pleasure to meet.
I YeM.-rdav afternoon, in company with
War soil 1'ickreil. he met and made the
; er.-otia! acjua ititanee of nearly every
man hi town. He yiited the Normal.
Jan.) spoke in th highest terms of
jpiai.-e of the institution. He was
I pleaded witii T mpe in -many ways and
' rather recret ted that he could i.ot
J rm l t time here.
LAIRD u DINOS,
i f ho.d IJ-oks and
Tempe
THE TEMPE CONTESTANTS.
j Si. .Pm ,! jumps to the front this
j': - i i.ii.i? s far as the Tempe contest -
all's ate ..an-. nod in The Repubh
j f an's vi holai ip contest. Tlie other
i v O iteManis make no chiitiKf in their
rati n j; today, it's a pretty hard propo-
A TTTXX ficsh sup;iv just received atiM!'"" f"r ,!'" ";in- people attending
I II A KM ICR'S DRUG SI ORK j H-op.-!iy Vu'!t TTZ -In
, : ' j - r :
- w : h us fr r-r.airs.
WALL RARE
A l'3t i1"t . kir :ut t ,,', in p' tf frfn 5 ent per roll up.
The Tcmpe Furniture .Store
phcp.
New Fall Goods
exi et to o. vote next Saturday to the
1 ;:m. s :.n, promise some interesting
f t'Mie.s f r tc.iil.TS next Sundav niorn-
BACK FROM IDAHO.
j Jo,. Miiier am! Frank Savior have re
j trt-e.i fi Idaho. here they have
' i for the past two weeks looking
-r ih- prospect in that part of the
i.-..,.i.:, U'hil- th-y iike if. they are
j pi'. My well ph-as-d with Arizona and
w iif teak- no chanpe at present. K.
Jill-- avd liar,-y K::se. who were
; s i.f tr... party. stopnc at Sail
ct
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t n ti
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y u y r
B
1 5 1"
V A.
Women, vho have let themselves down into a condition of
weakness, because of seme chronic female disease, are in a pitiable
state. Their nerves and muscles are like the slack lines over a horse's
back, almost useless in an emergency. They can no more control
themselves, than the driver can turn his horse, or hold him back from
running away, until he has. pulled in the slack, just as you can do, for
your nerves and muscles, by taking
IrD
n J
i i 1 1 tit
v r iff w -j
Tnnnn
!
Woman's
Relief
- 'i
V
WRITE US FREELY
and frankly, in strictest confidence, telling all your
troubles, and stating your age. -We will send you
FREE ADVICE, in plain sealed envelope, and a val
uable f4-pat;e Book on '"Home Treatment for Women."
Adi'ss : Ladies Advisory Dept., The Chatta
nooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. g 86
Slack nerves and muscles mean pain, suffering, nervousness, veakness, the blues,
general misery and inability to er.jcy life, all cf which can be cured by curing the female
d;sease, vhich is the real cause. "My doctor treated me fcr, five months," u-rites Mrs.
J. F. Byrd, cf Stapleton, Ala., "but did me no good. My head, shoulders and back
hurt me so I cculd hardly do my work, and my hands and feet were cold all the time.
I vas weak and miserable, but I took two bottles cf Cardui, and have been in good health
ever since.'' Safe. Reliable. Ncn-intoxicating. Try it.
At Every Drug Store In $1.00 Bottles
MESA
mo; uls and on Sunday went over i i-u t
(his cattle ranch. The new proprie
tors ji!e very much pleased with the
.'station and are doir.sr ; nice husiness.
! Mr. Varin-r says the trip p.no.-o-
South Side Intere-; In Th. Ro ., h r. . V(I r is wortli the price and should ho
MESA CONTESTANTS
can's Subscription Prizes.
The Mesa contestants in The He
ll l...ki- f1:v for ., f.-w .i.vs !.,,( evr.e., JU""'Jns 1 1 e- scholarship contest are
j to be -' Is wk ' ' now ,he hur ones. The ones in the
t-t ' " "" 1 IiK'e r far are Kvu Young and J. K.
(l in pri.es Kivfen for the best -Lt;Varo"-
ri hr. oi bake, it, Itubv Flour, brought ,VU "UIia"' ttu ?!rl r -ntestant w iil
ft t tl.e Arizona Fair ' j mak- a hijf .showin- Her score ai-
R J t ready indicates that sli- is active and
FROM LOS ANGELES.
New York Cash Store, Tempe,
! means to land one of the scholarships
I She is a hriaht eir! ami rlp.wn- tVe
' 1 ' !" v.ent to I(S An-! course she is working for Fva -
t ' '' - '"'t a iooi.th ao t., he treated l f,in.hs w ill do well to give he- a
' -r of it - hp. las turn. d. J subscript ion or a rr-newal. and t .o
I pts...ui v.!-.., treated j Sav; the coupons f,,r tier
f ; ' " n-'T ' " "t t!l, r'- Jt i!1 A Kirl workin-; to help herself cei -
t "" ,h" cj n 'r been tair.'.y deserves to h- helr.ed Th, ,.,.,
,, i o. 1 , m, m?,r tn..jrom,nendabU. thin-- a person can do i
. v.. ;.,i.ao. nai,- oe-ll , to ,v..,l, fnr
. ... t.ti ' 'lui (Ul"ll,
t n:i' oilier lesa correspondt nt
Krastus IeHaron. a voun? man full of
.ife and ambition
made by a'l peop!-.
J. S. Gilbert ret urn--d home ia't I
niirlit f I on- a trip to southern Idaho, j
and says he -s qu'te p leased with th? j
country there, and that they haw'
plenty of water, which is a t-rat con - i
sidcration. Ife pas. d through "oiora- !
do last Saturday where It was snow ira '
all da;-.
J. G. I'tterson was ridine a ".-o-
devil" this morning, while at work "-t- ;
tfng- some land in shape for sow in.- 1
prain. w Ik n the vehicle bucked, throw--i (
ivg yiv. I'etersfin about twenty feet. I
He struck on his l.ea.J and 1-ft shoisi- -
der and was consiih r.tbly bruised. H
pays h- is happy to know that his neck
The advantff-; s t . be d-i iv d from
pt niir-r a cl.eokin'-r acc iunt w ith the
lioa.e Savins- Hank .i Tru.-t Co.. and
you w.ii i;-v r thir.k of doi:if without
it. A checking account provides for
I- i.o.v. Mr. Hanna is pronounced
!, .1 1 : . i i- J-ehtiif very Well.
was not dislocated. 111 ' ,M" ' ' m-"1 "
James Milhr. manager of the M,.n mlfS;,,n "f '" to oof-ren: p,,i: ts
Furniture company, received a hand- " al1 -K-tual recrd of your exo-ndi-
sono. an, convenient office rleslr :, cf , lull --i.ou.o enjo.v u.i.-, con-em-
if" weelc -St, -i i ' lite whether you handie much or little
j ' i money. We 5-oIieit your c-iiecking ,ac-
t f
Tempo's Finest."
Experience c Lady CIek
Wanted
IV. LU KIII'S GASH STOR
'number of frien-ls who nr nrnniin- I . '
r!-s J. Sinid:,,, of Hho.-nix was;,,, H-e him votes bv snl.scrlhin. nr ! !. l'U,H-m:
bi.s!:..s- v.s.i,,,. h. r.- esterdav i ". , . T- ' . ainp. Jl'Mcni woournen or America
. . , c.. ai t u - i , , . . i. .... . i ... .... , v. ; .. : mm, . 'e, .
... ..n ... i i.: .... 1 i.o - '-"-- 1 " iei:ip-
,,, nil in en.-rK.v nas woo
for him the es:
MEXICAN CONSUL HERE
.r- s j.
I j a
A w . s .,' can;.:
i
.mi-d by Aunustin Hina
Tri-y si,. -nt. the :-.f-
i- and rtL.r:;ed to I'ho-nix
ia li.t .
n
EARLIER STUDY HOURS.
1 : 4
eTiiri i tfi le entt rfainot nnii ;Tnr
if manv that w 1:1 j , . ,.., , , , ' .. . ;,
!.! U," lrtreii lonni',.' .1 III !'!, I ; I 1 1
rettinjr contest. T!:'s order is tr.akine;
liapid j,ro-jress throughout the 1'r.it-d
T .V, v , i.i-iiivr, cxii.l I ii'-- il. ,v ' .nil),, i .
j i, i in ii-- i u uosei i j ii .ons musi n-i
em
s.e that he wins on- of the courses in
tile busin-ss colli jre and they know
ran hustle.
nt ruhiiK of th,- Normal . paid in advance. , subscribers ow
the prize hann-r cam; of the t-rri-
--tu.Jy bonis fo,- Norntal stu- im- for back subscriptions
, t.o.v ..,,.:,,.!., ,. in ti e ev-miiK at the contestants hem fit of
I "' !" k -oi of 7 : as has been hy payinsr him or her for
a bif; i
Itorv means to keep pace. All visiting
i t lvr, ,. 1 in t-.r, .-.r.t - O... ir...l t..
t : - e.i so.i e tl.e openilll- of School
'' - ! '. Ti,- mw tule we.it into f-
t L ij ' I ViM;;y.
AT THE CASA LOMA.
1 - t.-i-u-ied at th- I'ava I.oni
-t, M.iy v . r- th,. f u! v w in-; : J. . I
G: :!'!..- W. 1 " '..,;..r. Tucson: Wat-s'-i,
l-ickw !!. n, -: .Maude Jewel
J I'. 4;:!. l.rist. liolkclev
.1: J ! : ..! k Webb. I't.oemx.
Cab,
the arrears. I
as well as advance credit and cash
commission will be civon bv The H-.
ptibliean on nil paid, old as well as
if the new is paid for as much
as is already due. The contestant
jri.es receipt for the a mount pah",
which receipt may be exchanp-ed for
I up and spend a pl'-asar.t evening
the K. of H. hrdl.
DON'T USE POOR OIL
For us. on sew tiij; machines, bicycles
and all purposes r n ;i ri 'ii; a line lubri
car.t the lest js th- cheapest in the
end. (ii-nuirtp Sirp-r nil can only !
oi)taim.l at Singer storts. hmk for
count, large or smah.
THE HOilE SAVINGS BANK L
TRUST COMPANY
Between Hotel Adam aid PotoS.
Ttil - t m a !
Oorris Opera House
C. F. Herger Manager
Opera House. Tel. Black. 772.
Res., Phone Black 54.
TWO NIGHTS, TUESDAY AND
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16-17.
Yuma Athenaeum Go.
Headed by th- World's Greatest
Sensation
Yuma, the Mystery
Supported by an All-Star
Company in
S--Big Acts--8
P. S. This 73 a guaranteed attrac
tion. Money will be refunded if you
are not satisfied.
PRICES 50c, 75c. $1.00.
Hamilton Bros.
Expert Tuning and Repairing Pisno,
Pipe and Reed Organs,
with the
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
- .... ,..e.s .,, .oesa asT-nr, i-.u-thf. Rc.(1 s. s-,;,- o-.'.y bv Sin-cr Sew -
I'omerov.
1
A S10.000 DEAL.
tday
-1 run s a bunch if iM') i
H
SI.50 and SI.75 (or Sl.00
m ' i ' o 1 i'i'. ,
f !..-! fit . 1...U"
if '' i-1 ra-tut
V.'e expect to show that Mesa will
1 b- in the lea, h-forc th- contest a
I month old. Our town is prosperou
; and has the r potation of supporting
liheraliy anything that is edu-a iona!.
"U'atch these hustlers. Some dnv th-v
"A ! ia-o
f st-ers. Manv of t'-ern n 51I
t, to s,:.. )...f Me J.,,e -C-1!I 'car the stamp of life's succ
m tiani a short lime
I"! r P. add a few pounds to their
.-Ii.", The lepolt.-.J S.lie plic,j WaS
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE.
and Mesa is proud of them.
1 ORDINANCE NO. 291.
j The Common Cuui.cil of Phoenix do
! ordain as fo'l.e.vs:
I Section 1. That npci petition of the
property owiois hud pursuant to Act
Xo. pi Session Haws of Arizona. IjOJ.
an li'-iit 1 v f.10 v-i !,..-iV- ..
FOR S..Hi: Go cart. Jiijih ch;iir. I vrr 0.1 ..... . '. ... J . .
-'J ',i I'.ie -'i. . iiiivii iLiim tLlcl'l
jtwee'i the West line of Center street
land the Fast, ii.ie of Third avenue be
I '-oc.- .0 1 .s OUU-.-US, constructed. consisting or disiiite-
1 ask your grocer for -Daisy Flour" and . -rated in a nit.- b,id thr,,. ,-, i,,,t,es
in-r Machine '"., .11 We.n Adams St
Phoenix, Ar'z.
O
dishes, etc. South M. K. l'arsona-e.
If yoi beiieve in Arizona products.
DOWN FROM THE MOUNTAINS.
Mr. and Mrs. John Xelson, Mrs. Xe!-
son. two sisters. Misses I.nry and '
Cara! Haca. and Mr. and Mrs. Geo '
"us 1 '. u Wi.d.sai.d child rtturned1 11 11 amve,- 1:1 .Mesa this morn ins 1
!: t.i.iy r a ( u aimer's abence. j from Heber. Arizona, where they have1
Tt on. as HaKaii cam.- in from ltisbe- i th summer. They came through '
e-t.-r,l iy inortiin-. wber- lie has b-on ! borseba k. making- an average of ;
If: a 'oani. .,f w -eks thirty-five mih-3 per da v. La?t nisht 1
they stopped at Gohlfield. and rode in
before the 10 o'clock train reachfd j
Mesa. Mr. Nelson and Mr. Wilbur will
; try for the prize at the Fair.
I
Ask for Ruby Flour and
on" for the prize.
practice
01 Must kStop
for a coo! room and
quiet nights rest...
The Williams House,
Maricopa. Arizona.
PHOENIX
WOOD
and
COAL CO.
JVIONEY MAKERS M'KEE'S AC.
W . 1. i'uf.i!, a cousin of Frank
l"o.;.,i and a r. cent arrival from Texas,
oi !-.,- toi j-ht for California.
w .,1,1 i.as heen reej, , here of tl;e 1 re,,lni '" mountains in about ten
Hyder Bros. - Tempe
23 ES
b.rtn or ., t e;:-p. ,und dau-hter to Mi.
;.' M-s Jul- Ho. s-berry of Cicmialc.
i -t k. They w ete former Tempe
r - fit -i.t s
Mrt Jaon M-V..V . .r v........ i .
i - . .... .'i xuio.l I .- 1 l L -
J if -r 1.. r moilo r-ln-law here.
1 t ,
days to look after th: ir sheep inter- '
csts. !
TEMPE
A N 0 V A L rtttXLY
- 5... y,
r !.
S ,
1 v
I i
BACK FROM THE DAM.
J. H. WarinK. president of the Mesa I
jCity hank, returned last evenlnjr from!
a week's visit to Roosevelt and Fish '
Creek. He says it is wonderful th-; i
amount of work that has boon done!
and is hein done at th- dam site. The
work of laying- the foundation is pro- '
Kressin-? apjiarently in a satisfactory
manner. The cement miil is turnin-r
A Man of 70 After Finding Coffee Hurti'ut Treat quantities of the .finest ce-
Him, Stopped Short. rnent. and as soon as the foundation
is fully laid, the work of completing
the dam can be pushed very rapidly.
thakn-ss and thorou-jh.Ty com;. acted to
a f-radi' priven by the City Surveyor.
Sect am 'z. That the Recorder pub
lish for ten tl'i) days an advertisement
I for Proposals for Contract for said
J work and that the Common Council)
j let the said contract therefor to the
lowest re.-por.sibh- bidd-r under a bond
I of five hundred t $:,." dollars to be
' approved by the City Attorney, icserv
Young or old stock iiijr the right to rtj-et any and all bids,
from seven leading) Section 3. That uim execution of
TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS.
varieties for sale. No
(ZKS for about a
month. I am setting
all I get.
CALLA DALE
POULTRY FARM
C. W. ALEXANDER,
Tempe, Ariz.
iai l! a Arj-'a- is carrving one arm
fi a fitr.K. He and a box fell off his
v .on at th... same time, ni-ji.t bef 01 e
--!. T en j.,,! r(,e worst of jf.
o
NO DAWDLING
WESA ADVERTISEMENT.
- u a man !,as lived to h- T'l yars
' W,T,; ' r old habit grown to
jo, like .1 Vra t on a tree, chances are
b- !! k to Ire habit till he dies.
I tot aslo.iaPy tfa- spirit of youth
.,i.d .;-t . n.,n it i..n remains hi some
,; ' last day of their lives.
When a h t a n do iind any habit of
.., be.o, doing them harm, they
' "t r 'I..- !. rites ,v u decree ,.r
Ar t
'.AO '.'t-U FRitf.DS,
Cery Ore
i t f J 1 1 1 .
W c m A
V t,
w 1 I p ,- r ; '.at is sup
10 ., .-'1 i.e. or - i. o-.lv.
"I ' -oi b.-e: .t 1;-. r Of coi'e- Ullti!
" '' ' ' ei.-.. 1 .. iiii,of to years
1 i ! .-.-. T "." uri'e- a N. hak. man.
I o is . xtr, :...-! l!-! Vois a,t(1
'' 1 1 - I ' "inly that I must
.1 ;. -i?.g-
I i b-i;.k:i.! t say I bad I he Inrve
' ' ' - at once and take 011
' v "!: d.iwd:ii.jr. and e-
' ' ' " 1 ' " i ' eff. ts. . 01 the c,m.
' o.i,:.,ei.-e, ;.. x.tin. losing my
' thin tw,, Tiiotiths. also
' '" '"'"' end h. aiMi oth rwise.
""r ' " '" "r '!' I am very
"' ' -"''1 .ti ty. I so. n. tim-s meet
' - ; v ho 1. ie riot made their
He ! j O. ;,, , -t hke it. Hut I
'' '.' t.o. ., 1. oil i' long eiioui;!. and
t'-o an. n ,,, ,,,y i,,.,is n,,u-.
d l fo.-e I u--d it. that
-', o ,
REUNION.
A family reunion was hold Monday
evening at the home of C. II. Allen,
it being the seventy-sixth anniver
sary of his birth.
Forty-two of his relative? were
present and eiftht visitors. The even
ing was very pleasantly passed with
t-d to belong J Somrs and recitations
In
different
seems c-n-
I'l l '
I ll '
' n I . w r i i g to il. . or
' of es to ea-t IJP. I
I ' a, .i . ., 11 -.. 1 1 roiu.-h in v
"'U " f .g-. d out 1. . ling of
o- -i'.i u by I'os'm.i Co.. Cal-
M.eli He,,. I tile h,,oi Tl.p
1.. j Lz "Th. ilh
n.eml.f rs of the Allen family. Man
dolin and guitar- music was furnishel '
by Ralph Fuller and Askel All-n. and J
an ori-.-.irial poem by Mrs. P arl At- J
Un. ;
"Father" Allen gave a brief but In- !
foresting sk-ti h of his life, ai d of his j
vlsir lo Ftah dining the past sumnnr.
nnd admonished a'.l the famliy to j
temperate and honest lives. j
1-1 eh t refreshments were served and. i
an enjoyable time was passed by a!!, j
I
Mrs. Harvo Wing, who lias 1 en m :
th f.ist isiting her folks th- pas j
month, returned home today. This has
been a joyful trip fo- her, this b- ing '
1. .-I. -.. . . .. 1
'1 mi si visit to ner home io;ks ':)
twenty y.ars.
Chas. Stauffer. of The Republican,
spent yesterday and last night in Mesa
in the interest of th- paper.
F. T. Pomeroy was excused from
jury duty yesterday.
Sam Johnson and r.ooilc w i" etatt
for I'uckeyo t-:.;ori .e. , Mr.
f
11
buys 2') acres of alfalfa, with a
good house, curb wdl; all fenced,
and in a good neighborhood; $ij.j'"
down, balar.ee on long time.
SNAPS IN DESERT LAND.
$-,!. nun p, i , . in mi south side real
estate. Apply
POMEROY & KELLY,
Real Estate and Loan
Agents
MESA CITY,
ARIZ.
the saij contract th cost t hereof, in
cluding a'.l cxp-nsfs incidental thereto,
shall be assessed against abutting
property and collected as provided by
said Act No. l'..
Section 4. This ordinance shall take
t ffect and be in force from and after
its passage and publication according
to law.
Passed by the Common Council thh.
Mh day of i. tober. Re.'ij.
Approved this Mil u;iy of October.
He'th
L. w. c G(
Attest: Mayor.
FRANKi THOMAS.
City Recorder.
Wood, Coal, Coke
Blacksmith Coal
and Kindling
Phone Main One-Three-Five.
UNION RESTAURANT
Commercial Hotel Building. SoutU
Center St.
MEALS - - - 25 CENT8.
Olrdng room clean, cooL Pleasant.
614 SOUTH GRAND AVENUE.
j n tar-jest, most thorough
i.d for catalogue.
LACKEY, HOOD & HOLLMANN.
n:-eles 11,. ,, . ..-i-s. -...iicge in
- - - - -"'1'iui 0-1 ior .rizoi.a pe-opa-.
Interest paid
depositors for
past six months
$225,391.45
BANK BY MAIL,
Johnson will tak.
charge of a large
io-Kef v on m:;k cows.
J I I I I I- I 10-11. .1 o , r I 1,..
Clt.k nation to Hr .4n. Mi...
ii
L.
a-j
ASMHEUSER
CHOP HOUSE
We serve t he best (he market affords.
Cjuick and clean service. Al,j;e
waiter. c ncer . b. -
LLL HARLtY, Prop.
Total Resources
$16,030,000.00
Write for Booklet
E" on banking
by mail. Tells
hcT it'--! dor.e.
To accommodte the large number of people who
keep money at home; or in a local hank where it
is earning little or no interest, this bank receives
depsita by mail on exactly the same terms as
though mads in person. Four per cent paid on
term deposits.
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK
LOS ANGELES.
Largest Savings Bank in Southern California.
J
Gloves Harness Saddles
AT WHOLESALE PRICES
ARIZONA SADDLERY CO.
Phone Black 1.192. 45 N. CeuUr st-i i,bo!:nij

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