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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY MORNING; MA Y -17; 1008.
14 SOUTH SIDE" NEWS TEMPE Frank W. Griffon. W. H. Hogle MESA. "ICE CREAM SO DA" Try it at Our Store Today HARMER'S DRUG STORE Next Door to Postoffice. SAL-E. CONTINUES Wc u ili mv to ir m:my ru..nKrs that ve will continue our sale Mom, ay 7 m-snay. May ISili, ;inl !'th. Tuesday will be the hist day of the speci il sale. J. J. HODNETT, - TEMPE CANCiSS, ICE CREAMS, S HERBERTS, SUNDAES, DRINKS. Tempi's Favorite Warm Wwather Retreat. t Sanichas' Store, Ha.-la 11 Brown, Manager, inv ites all to enjoy Sanichas' best goods. If You want a delicious Ice Cream Soda, Call on us. LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA Phone 231 LILY MI LK A HOME PRODUCT. For Sale by all Grocers MANUFACTURED, AT TEMPE, ARIZONA by Joe Cosner which was followed by a piano duet by Susie Tracy and Beatrice Trautman. The oration "Met a mora" was delivered by Obed Lassen In custume in a very cred itable manner. ""The sift, of Aphrodite," a play in thrt-e nits followed and in this play as well as in the following one, "The Sleeping Beauty," the elaborate cos tumes of those taking part, lent much to the interest in it. Both plays were well- staged and admirably han dled by the youthful participants. It was evident that a great dial of care had been taken in the preparation of both and the young people displayed excellent talent. The evening's en tertainment was brought to a close by a song, "Good Night," by the class. Hodnctt and Carr, resident under takers and embalmers. rhone 179. BACK FROM FRISCO. John llyder returned yesterday morning after an absence- of two weeks. He spent practically all of that time, in San I-Yaneisco and says lie shnply had the time of his life. When he wasn't on board some battle ship of the fleet, he was either look ing at it from a distance or taking in the sights of the city. On his way hoirte he stopped over a couple of days in I.os Angeles but after spending a week in Frisco, he found Los Angeles too quiet and hurried on home. Standard tires at 25 per cent oft Repairing. Linsey's, 112 E. Adams. JORDAN SCHOOL CLOSED. The Jordan school closed last Fri day after a very successful seven months' term with Mrs. McOomas as teachir. Considering the fact that within the last year the district has built a splendid brick school, in addi tion to conducting a term of reason able length, the residents of the dis trict have reason to be gratified. The close of school was celebrated by a picnic on the ground and a short program Friday. The Hodnctt sale continues Monday and Tuesday. May 13th and BUh. Watch this Space FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT There will be Something doing at m If I olio Cosh Slors ' THE MORNING MASS MEETING. There was a fair attendance at the mass meeting of the qualified electors of the Tempe school district yester day morning and the trustees of the district were instructed to offer for sale the lots north of the school be longing to it and after that sale to purchase a certain amount of land east and south of the school from the Ti mpe Land and Improvement company provided it could be secured at the rate of f;nO per aire. The trustees wire endorsed for their ac tion in the mandamus proceedings against Superintendent Fulton and were instructed to exercise their own Judgment in appealing the inr.tter. The Hodnctt sale continues Monday and Tuesday. May lSlh and lath. s Ready for Your Summer's Trip? We have a ttvline of Trunks, Suit Cases and Telescopes,Yust what you will need. I Kyder Bros., Tempe great in the THE HIGH SCHOOL SITE. The M AveYiue Proposition Carried a Large Majority. Mill I'.I'j' Ave. i;in Mit'on - site ..1 l.ri. t!i hall rpos Tot.,1 Ab..e. result ,.f 'urry the p of the The at ha!j Muil.-n luect in: Jones ;;r.J ;,,,, purpose of tl peopj'i.a motic sii'n r the llee;. Vioils inei til:-- i n the Mill avenue man then ai.in-ai.i would be aeeepteil torn,-y Goodwin of addition site, niw, famiyarly known site. :X C. .Mr Hen a venne yT.- An en for remerks ' cast ir, fly summed up is the. 1. meeting held in ye-tenl.-ty ?u rnoon for of fiimlly fixing, the site e v Fninn high sc hool, ii': tin : was called to order past four by Chairman J. 1!. The mnuites of the last were read by Secretary pt- d. Then to get the : meeting before the mi was made to rebell ion reached at the pre- lorate the school site. The chair ed that proposals for the site. At ered the Goldman prop, rly but less is the McAllister presented the Mill ipportaiiity wa's giv lavoiinir either side : beyond a question tiiat a i f interest is iieir.g taken ; school. The meeting was harmonious ; throughout and it is 'the general opinion that the vole has been a good thing for the success of the proposi tion. The Goldman addition people asKeii lor the vote and are now as Hear satisfied as a defeated faction can well be. As a rule however.thosc who favored that location are now satisfied that the majority desired otherwise and they will now do all thev can to help curry the bonds at the election next Saturday. That was the expression of one of the leaders of the movement and it is thought that is correctly express s the .senti ment of tiie majority of that side of the question. GRADUATING EXERCISES. Friday Evening Marked the Clo-.e the Public School Year. of to The polls i losed thi'ty ;.ud lie ve with the result noi Prvhabi no i.k.ss laid in Tempo t!:; tended, of the t! Twenty-two graduates of the pub lie school were granted diplomas Fri day evening before a vast audience covering practically .all the space be tween the school building and the Baptist church. Kvery available seat was occupied i(iid dozens of rigs stood back of theseats. ' The ov nitig was a perfect one for outdoor exercises and the lengthy evening program was carried out in a flatfring manner. The first number on the program class song followed by an nd by Karl Richards. Friucinal 11. J. Robertson then presented diplo mas to the following graduates: Willie McKinley Kasterwood, Augusta Myrtle Harris, I'aul Rodney I laggs. Susie Mildred Tracy, Karl Siioults Richards, Hal Durham Hughes, ( iphe lia .Mariana Celaya, Marie Ilea trice Alexander Trautman, Aaron Joseph misunderstanding us to Cosner. Thomas Penney Nettle. Kliz titleil to a vote in the jabot h Caroline Rice, Jessie gnes U,r';,:; the voting - there j Dickinson, Ruby ( llive Ilaighr, Kmma no diffieulty, but few Caroline Cilillaml. Thomas Ira Rice, enu.'d. Klon Marion Armst ronir. Rebecca of the matter. The subject and the respective merits of the two locations has b"'-n so thoroughly covered on the stre.-t and through this paper (was within the p.ist few days, that there ' dress was little left to say ami no time' was lost in unnecessary argument. It was inut'.tally agreed that the pells should be held open until half I niter pi-q four. in order fo give eery on.- mi oi-por trniity to vol? wx was entitled to do so. An explana- I "': was made in order that there ; might be n who was e matter and was little . otes being THE STURGEON SALE. Considering the fact that the loca tion of the high school mass meeting attracted much attention yesterday afternoon, the Sturgi on sale of live stock, implements and odds ,and ends was well attended. Auctioneer J. K. McClain, who conducted the sale, is comparatively a new man at the business here, though he has had ex perience elsewhere. He handled the sale in a manner that was very sat isfactory to Mrs. Sturgeon who ex pressed herself as being well pleased with the results. A number of out side articles were sold and brought good prices. MtSA GRAPE GROWERS- MEET. Record Breaking Crop Assured For Year 1908 Early Harvest Ex pected. M ith the advent of the grape har vest from a week or ten days earl ier than last year and the assurance that the presnt crop will break all records the growers have held their meetings more regularly in .order to discuss all those details of vital con sequence to an organization including the hiring of packers, the condemn ing of railroads on account of freight rates, the securing of expert packers and the other ills and ailments which come upon thoso who suddenly become rich. The fruit has airuady in some instances attained the dimen sions of a good healthy pea with several weeks to grow before it is due to the pickers. Kd Jones, one of the most extensive growers re ports a bunch in his vineyard twenty three Inches in length, and in order to corroborate his statement he Is able to produce the steel tape with which the survey was made. . The growers are united on the crop be ing one of the best ever grown here ind the reports from tho east to the effect that severe cold ' snaps are playing havoc with fruit there has not in the least made them feel that the market will be lower. A car load of crates was received Thursday and mother shipment will arrive shortly. Arrangements have been made for expert packers who will come here from Fresno, California. TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. We carry only the best grade of goods. Which is , the cheapest? Ij. PARRY'S Orae growing has been a profitable industry in this section since along in the early eighties. When the .Mormons arrived here from Ftah in 1S79 they. came prepared to stay. It was u long ways down here and equally as far back. They brought grape cuttings which were set out either In '79 or 'SO. It was lint a year or two until these which were mostly of the wino and raising va riety had begun to produce more than could be sold or given away. There were no railroads and while there was a market it could not be reached. In LSiOi Sam Ragley planted what has since been known as the Cuber vineyard located just west of town. Mr. Bagley later sold his vine yard and winery to A. I Cuber, who owned the tract until his death ' a few months ago. Martin Scheule came here from California to manage the vim-yard and winery which was a money making proposition. There wer? few table grapes in the assort ment of cuttings brought here by the early settlers but on account of the lack of market there wero no large vineyards. Sylvester .Uot. in IMHJ set out sixty acres of Thompson Seedless graies which was the first vineyard of this variety and which is now or ji portion of it is now what is known as the Scheule vin yard which was recently purchased by Joseph Johnson and Frank Opeii shaw at a consideration of J0J per ;. re. While the Thompson Seedless are practically the only grape grown in the Mesa section, there an- a few Muscat. Tho Thompson Seedless be ing a splendid shipper iimi always :ind a -ready market through the east at fancy fisrures. It might be added hire that the proper "name for the Thompson Seedless is the Sul tana. The graces bearing the name of the Thompson Seedless, were brought hi re lr -in Ftah. while a man by - the name of Thompson is supposed to be the originator of the vanity bearing his name along in the early nimli"-. The Thompson Sei dh ss vinyard commences bearing tac second year whiel the foerth year finds them producing a full crop. Cuttings set in the. soil In which they are expect ed to grow usually develop qnicker anil produce . letter grapes. Five tons is about ah average year's crop on the vines which have been prop erly pruned and irrigated. , It takes from four to six irrigations per year to get the best results. The .Mesa Growers atooiation is three years old. While th'r- .are only a few growers there promise to te more within the next few years. Last year there was over ten thousand dollars brought into the alley by the grape growers. This year will mean a greater amount and it will al.-o mean that much more improvement for the valley. W. K. Rowen the sanguine as to this year's crop. He secretary of the organization is very sanguine as to this year's crop, he is careful observer and has made money in the business . o. W. T:.ft who purchased a vinyard only a year ago will probably realize enough out of the two crops to get his money baorc. He is also enthusiastic over the outlook. .lost lib Johnson who has as vet bad no ir:--::t evnerieiiee In I the shipping of 'grapes by the carload yet he, will be given a taste of it within a short time as he is the half owner of one of ti: best in yards in the valley. .- ditional teachers will be socureiL un til alter a . meeting of the directors of the new Mesa high school is held, and something definite is known as to the time of completion of the new building. The teachers employed for the en suing year are as follows: 1'rimary Miss I-ila Kamp and .Miss Thurza Maser. Und grade Miss Grace Webb, of I Globe, Arizona and Miss Nannie ! Dobbie. ::rd grade Miss Debora Allen (re instated.) 4 th grade Miss Ina McComas of Tempe. .'th R grade Miss Mina Huston (reinstated.) ;th T, grade Miss Betrice Autrey, of Colorado. (1th A grade Rertrain ' M. Jones, assistant, -principal (reinstated.) 7th grade Miss Mamie Pinkerton, reinstated. Sth grade Mrs. Clara Baker, rein stated. Music Mrs. Ruth Huber. lr Drane. examining physician. also open a plumbing shop in con nection. The lease now owned by the postoffice will expire about the first of July. An inspector of the postoffice department is liuw in Mesa, negotiating for a new location for that office. Mr. Phelps will still con tinue to handle bicycles and to do repair work as ho has in the past. RETURN TO OREGON. , Mrs. T. W. Ayers and her sister Mrs. A. . A. Roberts who have been for their hi. me in Pendleton, Oregon. Roth Mrs. AyPrs and Mrs Roberts came to Mesa for their health last fall and have ben occupying a tent house on the lot near the residence of lr. R. F. I'alnur. BOATMAN WILCOX. Wm-il has leen ri-ceived that Miss Jennie Boatman and Mr. Philo Wil cox were married In Tucson several days ago. and are noW living in Tombstone. Ariozna. the home of the grorim. Miss Boatman is will and favorably known In Mesa, she having taught hen- in the public schools, a few years ago NEW HARDWARE STORE. Gove Phelps who for several . years past has conducted a bicycle and re pair shop in the rear part of the room occupied by the postoffice. re cently leased the entire floor space and will soon open a new store with a complete line of shelf and heavy hardware. In the near future he will MESA-PHOENIX TROLLEY LINE. A few (lays ago a large work train arrived in Mesa, over the Southern Pacific railroad, since that time a large force of men have been working on the connecting link between the old Southern Pacific depot and the "." A new stretch of track will join the two lines together, and is the preliminary work on the new trolley line which is to be in operation be tween Mesa and Phoenix at m dis tant date. ' TOWN ELECTION. , A town election, for the selecting of five councilmen. a town clerk, a town marshal, and a Supervisor of streets will be held at the town hall, Mesa, on Monday May 2."th. Three tickets will be in the field the Pro gressive' Citizen's Party, the People's Party, and the Independent Party. The latter centains the name of J. W. Worsley, only who is an Inde-l-ndent candidate for street uier visor. The bond election for the municipal' water works, will be held at the same time and place, though for this a separate election board has been appointed. things. The party attended the school entertainment and shortty afterward made the il-. home. - A pleasant time wm spent by the young people of the Y. Vv C. T" U. at the home of' Mrs. E. W. Wifbur, an fnteresting program had been pre pared or the evening and refresh ments were served. Miss Ross who has been teaching in the. prb'ic schools here during the past winter, will soon leave for San liego,. Cal. Miss Green who has occupied a similar position will go from here to Phoenix. The cases against Juan Ochoa. Pete Balesteroand Abriel Leon, heard before Judge Guthrie, have been dis charged. That of Francisco Xaxier who- stole money from a barber at Granite Reef will be heard next Monday. Miss Tina Mets the piilliner in Himsakers store was assisted yes terday by Mrs. J. Steward. There Is more Calami in TTiIs section of the country than all other diseases put together. - and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease ami pn-scrilx-d local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. Seienee- -has proven catarrh to be ft constitutional disease and there fore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,' Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blond and mucous surfaces of the system. "They offer one hundred' dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHKNK'Y & VO.i Toledo, Ohio, -fold bv Iirupu'lsts, 75c. Take Rail's Family Pills for constipation. A Bargain 2" Acres well improved, small house, good shade, well, etc., fenced and cross fenced Come in and see us before its too late if this is about what you want. $.10''0.0'0 to loan on good real estate long .-time. TAYLCR-SERRYMAN CO. 141 N". Center St, next door to P.O. FOR SALE -V 27-acre ranch; 21 acres in alfalfa, balance, in oats; all fenced, only f'-j miles southwest of city. This will be on'the market for a short time only. Look this up at once! Price per acre J140. Cole Bros. -2ie West Washington St. Real Estate & Rental Agency. Phone Black 451. VISITING RELATIVES HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Scott of Smith Kiver, Del Norte county, Cali fornia, arrived in Mesa. Friday and is 1 the fruest of George Scott jind fain- j ily. After a short stay here they go j to Show Low where they will visit 1 with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott who ' are spending the summer at that point. " . 2ni33B BS3SS2 CITY BRIEFS. j The members of the Baptist Toung j People's Union, on Friday evening ' last enjoyed a hay ride from Mesa to ; Tempe, where they were met and en- ; tentained by Miss Nellie Trent and ! were furnished with a feast of good , rFMITi'lfl'Mrill VI111""-"" SO NEW TEACHERS APPOINTED. The school board at a meeting held on Friday night last the teachers for the ensuing year wfre appointed. It was decided to raise the salary of all those retained who teach In the high school. The number employed re mains the same as last year. No ad- ME&A ADVEHTISEMEKT5. 20 ai res, 14 share Ftah w-alxrTTlOOO brick house, 2 wells cased 15.) ft. deep, good shade orc'.iard all fenced. 5 acres In garden. Price $3500.00. 160 acrt-3 ct J.'O.O1) per acre. 100 acres eari be Irrigated under Mesa canal balance under New Gov't, canal. Joins land held at J150.00 per acre. Also 0, 10. 20. 40. 80, lco acre tracts. - - Money to Loan. Pomeroy-Guthrie Realty Co. Oldest Agency in Mesa. 1st door east of P.O.. Mesa, Arizona. Tea, to be Good, J.A..oliC;? (joldenOati f TeA- tfyEYlON The choice of fltvor it a matter of taste should be free "from artificial coloring it 'should be pure. Folger's Golden Gate Teas are pure healthful re freshing. Six flavors Japan , English BreaKfast Gunpowder Ceylon Oolong BlacR ZX Green Packed flavor-tight in dust proof cartons. Hot Weather Discount 'A off 'A In order to reduce our st-ck of Hot Water Bottles and Fountain Syring'-s ONE WEEK ONLY No old stock. All standard goods. " Ford Hotel Pharmacy 138 West Washington St. 3XSB BCKEBESaBS DONT FORGET TO LOOK UP THIS SPACE. Wc carry a line of snaps. 140 acres in cultivated land $55 per acre 2. good i rooms. brick houses and 3 lots for $2000 A fine residence on Fifth street. .$35C0 Taylors Heesler, 43 W. Adams St. J. A. Folger (EL Co. San Francisco ' Importers of Pure Teas promptly at four te- were counted eii above, mei ting was ever 1' was b.-tu-r at in e hundred and five voters. perhaps ;1 third were women ar.d the hall wa: the hour of opening the fir- result W"s ase. "mined. The r.i.mber of votes cast was a er,-at surprise to many, but it demonsti.ited Thomasme Morrow. Sidney Lafayette Qninn, Obed Marius Lassen, Kdna Blanch Giiilland, Josephine Helen .Martinez, Charles Howard Thew. At the close of this important func tion, a pretty little scene was enact ed when Gussie Harris presented, oil packed from) behalf of the class, a bo.futiful gold meeting until J locket and chain to Miss Stewart, as token of the high regard in which he is held by the class. The class prophecy was then given Cash Store , Best in the West. Standard Bred, Trap NesUd Poultry. :tJ-JXf'J,,iS Eggs, per setting, dur vi.Yy lnS May, 11.00; 4 00 per hundred. CALLA-DALE POUL- i:-;r TRY FARM. iJ C. W. Alexander, Prop. Tempe, Arizona. H-H;-:--.--H-:-H-j-H-:-h-K- .t. MESA HOTEL . c i i 1 turupcdn pian. Large, cican : 1 i i 'jr rooms, uooa restaurants 5 nearby. Everything first class. L.. V. GUTH ERIE. PROPRIETOR. frH I.T. Hosey Broker STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN AND COTTON We buy or sell anything listed tor you , 40 N. First St. Phoenix Phone Main 232 j niiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii!ii:iiiuiiun2 IburbaiwsJ I Red Drawings I Call and See Them. $20 Each. I bn sn if ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. I i s 45 N. Center, Phoenix z THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO . AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway & C.nUr. ALHAMBRA HOTEL Mosa, Arizona. Xt'.v management. Cuisine fir;:t-class. Sample rooms for commercial men. D. J. McCAULEY. , I T. Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTOR Residence 357 N. Fourth Ave. Telephone Main 177 .iiiiiiimiiiiimimmiiiiiitMiiuiiiiiiiKiiiu . : . FOR Cleaning, Pressingand Repairing Call up rhone Black 3S1. Phoenix Tailoring Co., 42 No. Center St. J. THOMAS & H. L. SANDERSON, Proprietors. AND STAR RUBVnpnr Are the two best brands sold in the valley. Can be purchased on the SoufhSideof, BIRCHETT BROS., T. J. PARBY, GOODWIN BROS. and A. A. CELAYA, Tempe or any store in Mesa. STENOGRAPHY ' TYPEWRITING MIMEOGRAPHING Agent for Walker Portable Home. MRS. S. HINE, Board of Trade. Notary Pubtle.