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THE AKIZOXA KKPUIIL1CAX, TKIDAY MOISMMi. ' JAM'AIiY 1, -1!K)S.
8 ft ' -.--.-' - ;iii " m &m iJi ip ill iiSi m mt m mi L, LJU ML MMAVi la V-.: 5 g- UHip.y,-;y frrc-a ttm fea xiuurw .a a;, AT LUKIN'S SOUTH SIDE NEWS TCMPE Frank W. Griffn. VALENTINES Wo have the latest in i:r HARMER'S DRUG STORE PHONE 171. TEMPE, OUR BIG SALE MOW ON J. J. HODNETT, :: TEMPE If you are looking for on us, we have LAIRD & DINES LILY S MILK r. . 7?,-----:V7s- factories Gold , mMptm, at Medal fi.mt V& Arizona AT v j-LXv' " w andBucna Al Park Cal. Paris Exposition 1900 Pan American Exposition I CO I California Slate Fair 1907 Special Bargains We still have a few spec ial bargains in Clothing, Wint'-r Lap Kob.-s, Ladies" Skirts, Wraps, etc. To make rexem for lu ff stock which is neew under w ay and to raise money we are offering Kxtra Special liargains in Shoe s also. New York Cash Sfore-Tempe Ladies' Footwear We have a fine line of Ladies' Foot wear from which to make your selec tions. All styles and grades and prices right.' :-: :-: :-: Hyder Bros., Tempe. Haberdasher and Ladies Footwear TEMPE STUDENT EDITORS SELECTED The Old Staff Retains Charge of Af fairs for Another Quarter Tie- election of the members uf the lie-w staff of "The Tempe Nonnal Stu dent'" has taken place and the depart ments for eae h have finally been as signed. The staff is r If-perpetuating, and e-ach department editor has t he privilege of naming his sue ce ssier. suli jec t ejf c ourse, to the -approval of the lest of the editeerial board. This e-P-ctieen Has not lushed throuuh in a Hurry, eer in any carele-ss fashion, bat only after careful consideration were .the names submitted. These names were discu.-seel by the sta;r. and lhe one most litte-e for the place, both in literary- ability and dependability, wah finally elected. The following are the new staff memb.-rs. who will of ficially take posse-ssi(,n ihe last quar ter of the present semester: Exchange editor. Ovillah Hush. Athletic editor. Frank Thomas. Society editor. Carroll Ite lknap. Local editeer. Agnes Pe rry. "orri-spon.oni e. E!izaleth AxU-lL Hooks, Jiarcia Carter. CASH STORE BMiteaHMMiMHLatB Holiday A CooUy MESA. suutli winJow. ARIZONA. a nice Valentine, call a complete line CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA ! "ompositor. Desmond Mahoney. Head rejiorter, Helen Collins, ioe ial editor, Maude Shivers. The eeld staff will retain charge of affairs the coming eiuanier in order that the new members may become ac j customed to their duties without as Isuining the entire responsibility. L'-st IJuialle weather maps, tied with pink string. Lost in front of Schanliis" barber she. p. Finder ple-ase leave at 1 larme-r's Hrug Ste.re. Tempe. ARIZONA nONEY EXCHANGE The- annual nie-ctilig ot the Arizona Honey Exchange will be held at the Held Fellows" hall tomorrow afternoon at one o'c lock feer the purpose of elect ing off ie e-rs and the transaction of such other business as may regularly conic: before the meeting. j READY TO MOVE j J. 11. Spaenhoucr is making (p repa rations to move from his ranch south east of Tempe te Mesa the first of the week. The place has recently bee n sold to J. W. Price of Mississippi, who with his family came to the valley a short lime ago. He iias since purchased nicest of Mr. Spainhower's live stock ami implements and in a short time will be a full fledged south side ranch er. The Spaiuhowers expected to move IS NOW GOIIMG stni time ago liut on ai c ount of sick n ! in thi' family, were detalnctl. The move to Mesa is only temporary, how ever, for Mr. Si.ainliower has c onceived a foolisli idea that lie can improve on Arizona anil he proposes to devote the suniiner to niakins a prolonged tour of the northwest, while Mrs. Spainhower and the children spfnd the summer with her parents in Iowa. Persons desirin? to become nii-mbers of either the watermelon or caiita loiipe growers' iissoc i;cticm can do so by calling at board of trade. See Mrs. A. S. lliue. (irdors can Ik' left for wa termelon seed. -ON A PLEASURE TRIP M. 1. More of Ft. Morgan. Colorado, arrived here yesterday and will be in tile valley for a' short lime. He is pres ident of the Morgan County bank and is devoting a little time to rest and recreation and in so doing is making a tour cd" the ve.-t. He took occasion while in this part of the world tu drop down in the rrfalt Kivcr valley for :i visit w ith former residents of his home town. Mr. and Mrs. David Heed. He will bo their guest at their ranch east uf town ilile here. ' Hodnett and f'arr, resident nnder- j takers and embalniers. Phone 179. MOVING PICTURE SHOW There will be another moving picture exhibition at the Goodwin opera hous tonipht under a new management. Th short gives promise of being the hont seen here this year. It is guaranteed ih.it there will be more of it niian then is at the UrfuaJ show of the kind and between four and six thousand feet o: tilms will be displayed. Popular prices of l'. l.j and cents v ii I rrevail. XeW gOiMl- kin's, while- ; at fire sal- prices at I. ti the last. PICNICED AT THE SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. J. li. C..k. Mr. arid Mrs. C F. Hiles and li A. Noble and sister of Kansas who are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiles, spent Wednesday on a picnic and shooting expedition. They went to the Hieroglyphic springs and were- successful in securing suf fieient game- for a g- r.erous picnic din ner. T'ig Fire Sale store. n at Lukin's Cash A BUNCH OF HOBOES . Justice Nielsen had before him yes terday a pany of four hohoc-g who had be-e-n arrested on a charge of vagrancy. They were given their choice of se rving a se-nt'-ne-e in the county jail eer ,f get ting out of town w ithin the space of an hour. They toeik the hour and pnivecl fle-et cef foot for within less than half that time they were outside of the city limits. HARD ON CHICKENS William Coerdwin and c. W. Alex ander have been suffering the leess of a number of valuable liule chickens within the past few days but in view of subsequent events, both feel that their troubles feT a time are over in that respect unless there are more .skunks in the neighborhood. Mr. Croodwin caught a nic- fat skunk in a trap Tuesday night ami Mr. Alexander landed one the following- night. The flood -.v in skunk showed the effec t of a diet eif high priced chickens for he was in prime condition and from the re mains, Mr. Cooelwin rendered nearly a pound of high grade skunk oil. SHORT NOTES Abe Lukin made a e-oinbine-d busi ness and pleasure trip to Cranite Kcef Wednesday. Charles Alexander w ho' has been ten the sic k list for se ve ral weeks is re ported belter. The ladies of the W. C. T. V. w ill ! hold an e xchar.g" at Pirchett Pros." j f store teimorrow. George X. Cage of Phoenix was a! visitor here yeste-rday. j M. L. Spear is on tin- sic k list again. : Miss Ella White of Kansas who is I spending the wint'-r with the Pucks. ' , was taken seriously ill the first of this,- I week alid is now under Ihe care eef a trained nurse. Her conlitieeii is re garded as c! itical. RIGHT POOD If you have trouble wilh stomach, li-er er blood, cat and walch results. "There's a Reason i Grape-Nuts ON. We still have plenty of bargains left. Don't fail you do your NEW AGENT ARRIVES : Arizona Republican Will Keep Man in i Mesa to Look After Interests of Paper. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hogle arrived in Mesa yesterday from Phoenix and V. ill have rooms at the home of Mrs. W. A. Kimball on East Main street. Mr. Hocle will immediately assume cliart" of the subscription department of The Republican in Mesa and in a few weeks will stic k a iieticil over his ear and ask you if there is anything doin'. Tie- Republican has kept growing in Mesa- until it became necessary" lo make such a move. While its business at one time was transacted from the Phoenix office, that is no longer a pos sibility. Mesa has reached that stage in tlie game when she want the be.t that is going or there is sure 10 be a snubbing take place. The R publican has always been a favorite Willi the Mesa people. Mesa folks like mo,t every o"e e'se. want lo see all the good tilings thev do pin In tlie paper, and there are enough things happen ing here ever;- day for a four column space. Mr. Hoirle will necessarily have i p'ke n little lime to get ae-piairp'-d before he can sav much, width sounds like it to. nes from the inside. if ceiirse the new man may mistake Tom Henderson fri-m Itill Smith and he muv gel it in his news column that way, but that'll bo allrigh. However, there is one thing her will have to look "n for: e most never sav that "Mrs. TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. I loving; Pictures i at I GOODWINS' It Y $ OPERA HOUSE 1: TONIGHT f J. X Prices 10, 15 25c X . "Vi' J5""44 J iIi,"i,,J'J CALLA-DALE POUL TRY FAR.V, Thoroughbred Poultry. Best in the West. Eggs. Jl.f.O per sitting; J3.00 per 100. C. W. ALEXANDER, Tempe, Arizona. t x Try some of our new i pickles. They are - . i X simply immense. ' t - 4-1 r n ni r i i I rarry s uasn More?! 4 Burn Coal lt"s cheaper than wood. Leave order at Birehctt Pros. THE TEMPE FUEL CO. B. T. GILLETT Merciianl Tailor Importer and doaicr in foreign and domutio cloth. 17 West Adams St. Phono Rod 7:. 0 w - trading as everything in the house must go. (.'haniu Overton and Mrs. J. I. isle Naismith went to I'hoenix on tiie noon train yesterday, returning last night wiih a Iarse hil! of koo1.s w liieh they purchased at the capital city stores. That's o:ie tender spot with the men alor.s; Main street, who smoke ten-cent cigars when the traveling men comer lo town. MISSIONARY SOCIAL There is a missionary social sched uled for the Methodist church this evening. A splendid proeram has be en prepa red and r freshments will be has been announce. I. custom, you will be nor pockc ibook along eraolo in the cause heathens by eating salad whif h is not a sc ived. W hile it yet, acc-orJiiig tic expecled to take y and invest c-msi. of educating ;i!e plentifully of the great sight letter than the "mystery" served ,;t the bo-Tdin.g house. ELECTION The i-i-clion f.-r :-i h olds for joint hi;.'h s- honl v. TOMORROW tt:e issuing of $41. li.e building of the id t.e he-id tomorrow Pomeroy-Quthrie Tceaiiv to. Successors to Pomeroy & Kelly. We have pi lots in the northern part ef Sun Diego city, Califor nia; 2' acres near San Diego, and one acre in I.os Angeles, that we can seil for crash or ex change for t-'alt River Valley lands. MESA ARIZONA. r.e'.-. -:.-v-.-.,? m;t "mmmm i ?C .r"-.-".:-.-.T, V I 1 U.3 ;t el m .Saturday, February 1st. It is of vital importance to every voter in the schooj, j districts effected hy this building to vote for the proposition. The building 1 will f. iTHillt to the tow n and coun (Continued on paRe 10) ME8A ADVERTISEMENTS. Write for "Facts About V Mesa.'1 Why pay $J."J for land win n eu can get it for half that 'x amount with better water righfs. and b -tier soil, better accommo- datioiis and be tte r atmosphere. X "Cantaloupes made Arizona " famous; Mesa made the canta- 4j loupes." write for information. v Chamber of Gommsrca I i - i : I i t I i 1000 ft, of 4 in, well casing at 400 ft. of 4 in. standard pipe at 500 ft. of 2 in. standard pipe at - - 19c 1000 ft. of in. standard pipe at - - 6?tc That I Want to turn into Money GEO. HAGERMAN 32 l. First Street. Phone Main 117 - Res. Black 614 ... , to visit us before 1 Holiday Goods V.'e have the largest variety on the Southside nothing shoddy all up-to-date and the best that money can buy. Come and see us w hen in Mesa. Make your Christmas presents use ful ones th;3 year. 0. S. Stapley Co. MESA ARIZONA. $30 Per Acre BUYS A SECTION OF LAND souMi of Mc s.i City, full water rights in the Highland Canal, situated o: th proposed new pou e-r line to Sacatoii. Very fertile S'dl and nicely located for a colony. Flt particulars ste E. J. BEHNITT & CO. 1S-1S X. Center St. Phoenix .... Arizona. Kesert Ianel under Highland canal y.'e" jH-r acre. 'range' lanl Si-"1 pe r acre. Resid'-nce l-'ls $! ea h. THE ARIZONA LAND COMFANY. Vi'li n looking !' r hen. I bargains 1 d; feer us. 30c 65c iJ't.-p- ' ..-:..'. -v (i y- V -'.l- "' :" .x.-V".:r- er? v: :v---. f";S If - Jli , . --. ' -vJ'xijrl-4 irirrimirii'MMiV'S-Ariiajil I V