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THE ARIZONA ItEl'UBLlCAX, JSATUKDAY MOKMNO, 1 EIJIiUAHV J), 1!0S.
,8 I SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE Frank W. Griffen. 3 fawawniummaj 1 W. H. Hogle MESA. "TAKE A LOOK" at our south window for horse and cattle medicine, also poultry food and screw worm killer. HARMER'S DRUG STORE Next Door to Fostoifiee. If you like good Coffee, try some of our brands PARRY'S Cash Store OUR BIG SALE IMOW ON J. J. HODNETT, :: TEMPE For Sanitol Preparations call on us we have a full supply LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA Phone 231 A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF CONFIDENCE is necessary between you and your tailor, but it is always best to be on the safe side and put your dress requirements in the hands of one who enjoys a reputation. The International backs your confidence with an Iron-clad gua rantee of faultless ser vice. See our new models and exclusive Fabrics. Strictly made to measure. NEW YORK CASH STORE "if 1 JBPSl 'fifpff Jwk Xtfm Tailrig C. Af nJvi NE TEMPE LILY Unsweetadporated MILK A HOME PRODUCT. FACTORY AT Tempe, - - Arizona Ask Your Grocer for it. EXTRA EXTRA We still have Big Bargains. Don't fail to come to our Big Fire Sale W. LUHIN Cash Store-Tempe and It was the only one that contained anything and that only a few dollars. Nothing else in the store was dis turbed and the partv left by the same route he entered. Xightwatchman Easterwood had his eye on a party night before last that he .strongly suspicions not only in this case but in the previous robbery and it is quite likely that some interesting developments will come to light in the near future. PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE. Quite a crowd of merry excursionists spent the dav at Hieroglyphic springs Thursday. The day was ideal and they returned home rejuvenated in mind and body. This is the most favorable time of the year to visit this beautiful canyon as their is plenty of water in the spring and the singing I birds, fresh air and exquisite scenery all unite t render an excursion there one of pure delight. Sirs. M. L. Greene is spending a few days with friends in Phoenix. Miss Ida Cosner returned home' yes terday after spending a few days in the country with her aunt. Mrs. E. C. Ad ams. Ben Pearman will move nis family today from his residence in the Far mer addition to his ranch west ot Tempe. Mr. Pearman expects to put In a large acreage of melons this sea son. William Still is in Ijoh Angeles visit ing his son l!:iyu iintl. Mrs. Eli Sears is on the sick list this week. Six cars of beeves were shipped to California yesterday by Mr. Hitchcock. Manager Cook of the Pacific Cream ery company was called to PnoenK yesterday afternoon on business. I Ladies' tan Oxfords H der Bros. mid pumps at A BIRTHDAY PARTY. Charlie I.ukin cejebrated his sixth birthday Thursday afternoon by en tertaining a number of his little friends. The afternoon was thorough ly enjoyed by the following named: Thelnia Dennis. Lucile t'lune. Era Cluno. lie.va Kud'-rman. Mary Htz berg. Alia Fogal. .hssle Finch. Thelma Mullen. "(Iladys Mullen, Koyal KVder ma:i. Harold Cox. Cladys Spain. Car! Spain. Charlie L-ukin. Bennia Hera berg. Francis Murphy, William Kings bury, Harold Lukin. Attention Ladies. Ju lords and pumps. Hyde t arrived, r Bros. ( x- GOT SOME GAME. A party of local nimrods consisting of F. C. Breehan. A. M. Harnier, W. A. Hill and C. X. Seals devoted all day Thursday and part, of the night before, for they left before daylight, to a duck hunt the other side of chandler's lan'h. There N any amount of water out in that section and du. ks are plen tiful. The sportsmen returned with some game but were unwilling to give out an itemized statement of results. However, it has been learned that "I have iiod yonr raluablfl CajcareU iniS find them p-rftct. f'oultin't do without T!.-m. 1 La nHl th m f-r m-oje tim for frnitgc-tioti '! 1 1 1 Iouf ti n mid am now ruin p i-tly ci:r-i. Keom mnd l iim to vryoiic. i rnr tr:-d. you wiU Xkevcr be wituuui ib-fu i it the funiiiy." Etfwurd A. JJrt, Albany. K.T. j &f JP The Bowels 2Hs. canoy Cathartic a FIi.it. PIrli. Potent TPt?nod. PoOoorJ, KvrSi,-iicn, Wmn or iri. 10. t'. Svt r,t in (mitt. Th emiiiif tnlm-l triiptU C (J 0. (jiiirntf etl to euro ur your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.V. 6oa ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES TEVPE ADVERTISEMENT. CALLA-DALE POUL TRY FARM, thoroughbred Poultry. Best in the West. Eggs, $1.50 per sitting; 15.00 per 100. C. W. ALEXANDER, Tempe, Arizona. 1 ihO A Words May Help You It's not so much what we say, but what other ladies say, about the virtues of "Wine of Cardui, as a cure for female ailments, that we ask you to believe. Wine of Cardui, the well-known woman's tonic, and remedy for female ills, has, in the last half cen tury, benefited so many ladies, that it should surely do the same for you. Being prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, it is a safe, natural medicine,, that can always be relied on. Mrs. .Verna Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., writes: " Cardui has done more for me than I can describe. Last spring I was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, but to no avail, so I took Car dui, and inside of three days, I was able to do my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned and I rec ommend Cardui wherever I go." Sold in $1.00 bottles, by all druggists. VALUABLE BOOK FREE Mrs. 1X1 A KA1UCE. Saofer. Texas. Write for 64-fmne mtntrated Book. "ITomr TrtaSmrat for Womtn" describing symctanu of Female Dlaeaan ant! end ing valuable hints en health, hygiene, eaet, medicine, etc, rjl for women. Sent free, postpaid. Address: Laaut Advisory Xii upi-i Toe CAattsaoogA Medicine Co-. Chattanooga. Tean, Jill 1 I Ji laalaaaBaaV Ml fr-i.asa a". 'J-rt-fTtT maa G 159 while they saw plenty of ducks, they aton. ill order to demonstrate the j and will meet with the Rebekahs here left more there than they brought home : amount of underflow on the soath side i to assist in forming an initiatory team with them. of the Clla. It is proposed to pump 1 for degree work in that order ill Slesa. j water from these sufficient to irrigate , The meeting will be held in the Uodnett and Carr, resident under- I from jr.."(l to ii.n'in acres of land. It Knights of Pythias hall this afternoon takers and embalraers. Phone 179. I is thought that the extreme depth of . at ! o'clock. I these wl-IIs will be 4 feet. I LEFT FOR THE COAST. F. W. (iriffen left yesterday for a short tiip to the coast and will be ab sent for a week or ten days. During his absence the Tempe interests of The Republican will be looked after by Cideon Braiisford who will iiiuk. his headquarters at the Tempe office of The Republican in the Richardson block, phone 3."1. Deafness Cannot Be cured I ORATORICAL CONTEST I An oratorical contest which will be participated in by several students of the Mesa High ( hool, is to be heid in I the Mesa opera House on Friday, March 6. The winner in this cortttst '' will represent the High sxhool at the contest to be held at the Normal in FOR RENT Room suitable for light housekeeping. Republican, Tempe. CHURCH NOTICES. , Congregational Church T. V. r.ul ger. pastor. Sunday school at la a. m.. L". ;. I'uck. superintendent. Morn ing worship al 11 a. m. at which lime tile Lord's supper will be celel nnod. It is earnestly requested that all mem bers will make an effort to be present. Evening service al 7 p. in. Everybody welcome. M. E. Church, South S. M. Check, pastor. .Sunday school at l'l a. m.; Kpworth League at 6:4". p. ni.; pr ach ing at 11 a' m. and 7:3o p. .in. You aro invited to any and all of these services. by local applications, as they cannot rach i he diseased portion of the car. There is only one way to cure deafneys. and that i" by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by un inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tulip. When this tube Is in- . Tempe on Saturday. March 11. ! darned you have a runiMing sound or ' ini'rfect hearing, and when it is en i tirely closed. IVafness is the result, and unless the inflammaiion can be taken out and this tulu restored to Its normal condition, hearing wiii lie destroyed tor ! ever: nine eases out of ten are caused ! by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an in ' flamed condition of the mucous sur faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of IVafness (caused by t a tarrhl that cannot te cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. I F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledd. O. ! Pold ly Druggists. 7"c. Take Hall s Family Pills for constipation. these services, tor. Rev. J. A. Crouch pas- TEST OF CITY ORDINANCE In Judge Guthrie's court yesterday the Mesa Electric Light Company, wat fined and costs for failing to put it polt for holding its wires This was made a test THE MAN FROM MEXICO At the last meeting of the chamber of commerce it was decided to secure the play. "The Man From Mexico," which has been delighting its audiences In Phoenix, where it has been playing und.r the auspices of the Country Club. Through the efforts of Dr. Chandler ilnd J. L. Waring, who went to Phoenix for this purpose, a few days ago, the company will appear before Mesa pl-y goers j next Tuesday night. March '1. o TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of the district cierk, .U . 3 . 1 . .. es in alignment. "."- -""" "" "'J Ic .-iio of iii,. ritv Jcorder are fumishe-i by the Arizona ordinance No. 44. ajieal the case. The defendants will REBEKAH DEGREE WORK .Miss Yandcrwork, captain of the in itiatory tejm of the Rebekah lodge at Temoe, will arrive here this morning CHURCH NOTICES The following services will be con diuted in the Mesa Methodist church Sunday. March 1st: Sabbath school at pi o'clock a. m. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Epworth League at 6:4"i p. m. and preaching at 7:.10 p. m. All arc most cordially invited to attend each of I Abstract & Title company. Tho records for yesterday were: RECORDER ;C OFFICE Lydia Smih et al to Charles E-Haz-elton lot 6 bl.nk 27 Churchill addc Eugene Rrashear to Neil M. Mcln tyre interest in mines. L'nited States to Pikes Peak Cold & Cop. MUi. Co.. part of tps 6 7N l". H. Hartley and wife to James I:. Gipson r. 1-2 NY 1-4 sec 9 IS iY. PYTHIAN SISTERS j meeting .if those latcreslcd in the . organization of a lodge of Pythian Sistcis will be held Monday alternoonj at 2 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall. The! organization w ill tak place n'-xt Fri- i day night when ; team from Phoenix ! will i oxer. All knights in good standing n.-.d their w ives, mothers ami ; daughter are eligible to n e'lib- rhiji Mm STOCKHOLDERS MEET j Annual Session of Owners of Consoli- J dated Held Feb. 27. Anotlier Big Contract has been let-by the government for the Panama canal and I am short 222,222 dozen eggs; 25c per" Ji. dozen. Ladies' Footwear Implies' Tan oxfords and Lade s Pumps in tan. gun metal and pat ent leather Lave just arrived. ..Tin y are very swell. Come in and. lake a look. HYD Tempe, Ariz. W. N. GOODWIN CASH STORE MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. TEMPE ANOTHER ROBBERY. New York Store Entered But Noth ing of Value Taken. Another business house in tow n was entered night before last, making the second occurrance of the kind within ' a week. This time it Was E. U Thew'sj New York store and a week ueit thei same night the store of C.each and leach was entered aid the cash box emptied. In this last instance the rob bers were not so successful. In tho Geach robbery they managed to gel lctween fifteen and twenty dollais for their trouble hut in this last ease, their efforts availed them naught for not a tiling was missing when it was discov ered yesterday morning that the rtore had been broken open during the night. Entrance was effect 0) through the rear of tie.- stoic 111 a manner very tiniilar to the way the C.each store was ojiened a week ago. The screen was cut and the door lock opened itno the back of the store the lighter door between the liack room and the stre proper was also forced open and the cash register was next examined. It was here the robber or robbers which ever the case may be met with dis appointment. Mr. Thew has learned by exierienei that a cash register is not the safest thing in tlie world in w hich to deposit cash after, business hours. It will be remembered that several years ago his cash register was pried open and relieved of considerable cash. Consequently when the register was opened the other night the first three drawers roiituin.-d 110 cash at all. Evidently the rr, liber grew dis gusted with his luck and quit for the last drawer was not tampered with Twenty ncivs 2 miles north of Mesa, one-fourth share I'tuh water, with interest in I.S110 cab bage, now selling: one acre on ions, three acres Irish potatoes. ne-lialf acre turnips. IJiggest bargain in the valley.' One-third down, balance easy payments; price, J I, taxi. .2,:,i'f'.cii p, ..an. Pomeroy-Gufhrie Really Co. Mesa City 160 aires G miles south of fesa. near railroad and school: level land, excel lent -soil. S50.00 per -acre.- For particulars see E. J. BENNITT & CO. 16-18 N. Center St. PtioenU .... ArUut At the annual meeting of the stock- 1 holders of the M'-sa Canal, held Thins- I day afternoon, at 2 o'clock in the K. P. ! hall. I.. C. Hill, general supervising! engineer for the IT. S. government, who has (barge of the projects at 1 Roosevelt, and at Iiguna on tne Low- ! er Colorado, presented a statement of, the plan of work proposed on the new canals w hich w ill be supplied w ith wa- j ter from the dam now In course of , construction at the former place. j In the statement. Mr. Hill gave the ; information that plans had been out - 1 lined for the purchase of the Consoli- j dated canal, by the government and j that while tlie deal in no wise can be considered as consummated, irrange- 1 nients for its purchase are being made, i w hich it is believed will be satisfactory ! to all parties concerned. The Consoli- ' dated is the enlarged portion ot the : Mesa Canal. The upper canal at its head, j will be the highest of any on this side, of the Salt River and will be ten feet higher than the Highland canal at its j head. This new canal will have a grade; of two and one half feet U the mile, i while that of the Highland is one ami j one tenth feet to the mile. The new j canal, bv following the slope of land i j which gives a grade of two and one j half feet to the mile, w ill intersect the j I Highland at a point four miles due' 'east of Mesa, which causes it to crrad-! ually bear to the west of the Highland. ! The gates of the diversion dam now being constructed at Granite lieef. i which point will be the head of the ; canals on both the north and the south ' sides of the river, will admit of the ! passage of about JD.iHKi miners inches j of water which will supply users on 1 tlii' south side; while the gates furn- i Ishing a flow for the consumers 011 the ! north side will admit of the passage I of about double that amount. I MVHs arc now being sunk near Sac- HELLO! I I'o you Know that you get 10 per , ccni discount on new and second hand I Furniture, Stoves and Ranges at Mor- den's Second Hand Store'.' 401-4(ir,-407 East Washington St Phone Black fit. 1,000,000 TREES AND PLANTS AT WAGNER'S NURSERY. Umbrella trees 24c each and up Ash trees jc earn an(j up Mulberry trees :,c each and up Rose bushes r,c each and up Fruit trees 2c each and up Ornamental Fan and Date Palms 5e each and up 5 varieties Hedge plants. 6c each up Ura,cs nc each and up My fruit trees have been inspected by proper authority. It will pay you to cmie and pee ine at the nursery, of a mile south of Eaatlake park, R. F. p. Nu. J. One of the Important Duties of Physicians and the Well-informed of the World is to learn as to the relative standinpr and reliability of the leading manufactur ers of medicinal accents, as the most eminent physicians are the most careful as to the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well known to physicians and the Wei I-In formed generally that the California Fig Syrup Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of the Company has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy. TRUTH AND QUALITY appeal to tho Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to petmanent suc cess and creditable standing, therefore Tve tvish to call the attention of all wha would enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may lie made to contribute to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at tho proper time, the California. Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed because of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of Syrup of Figs and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well known to physicians and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural laxatives, wfe have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs and to get its beneficial effects always note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for Syrup of Figs or by the full name Syrup of Irigs and Elixir of Senna as Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. and the same heretofore known by the name Syrup of Figs which has given satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout the United States' in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which is fifty cents per bottle. Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the Secretary of Agriculture,, at Washington. D. C, that the remedy is not adulterated or mibranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. l3 n LouisviMe, Ky. San Francisco, Cal. - U S. A. London,' England.' New York, N. Y. Arizona oranges. $I.;n box. Win. p. Donofrio's Cactus Candy in mv Dan t'nimp Hay ami drain Co.. -it East try keep; Jefferson. Telephone Ulack all. : And find it a friend in need. It has saved me from many troubles CHIROPODIST. dec. Painless removal of ; And proved a friend indeed. Corns. HO cents each. I Bunions, Moles, and Warts removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe- Dadiea and Children or evenings. Opposite Republican office. Phone Red 72. FRANK SHIRLEY. I I I eialiy. Men, treated day MEXICAN LAND. j At Atascador. American Colony. Tarn- Pico. Mex., East Coast and Gulf of ' Mexico, rich prairie and timber land, J7.r,it p, r ;o re. plenty .r rain:" pure water; perfect title, tkhool and Sun day school. Call on or address W. H, Greene. U7 X. 1st St., Photnix. Ariz. B. T. GILLETT Importer and dlr foreign and domaatio olotha. 17 West Adams St. Fhtna H4 TIB. IRON GREY PERCHERON STALLION. j French No. 44696. American No. 25433. First premium at last Territorial Fair. I j I also own two Hill Jacks. Will 1 j stand for the season of 1908 at Am I brose Corral, Five Points. ' TERMS AS FOLLOWS: i' 1 Stallion, season, in advance. J20.00. Jacks, sea3on In advance, J10.U0. ' WOLF SACHS, Owner.