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THE ARIZONA JlErUBLTCAX. TUESDAY .MORXIXfl.- MAY 19. 1008.
A S. S. S. Is the only safe and reliable cure for Contagious Elood Toison. It is purely vegetable, inaJe entirely from healing, cleansing roots, herbs ar.u Larks, and'ia auJi'.ion to curing' this vile disorder, S. S. S. builds up every part of the sycteta. Mercury a:: J potash, cr.n'r.ct cure the trouble ; they cau only mask it ia the system for awhile, and when they are left off the disease returns, usually, ia worse form than before, and the patient finds lie lias damaged Lis health with these strong minerals, which disease the delicate linir.j of the stomach, affect the bowels, produce chronic dyspepsia c:A ol.ea set ttp Mercurial Rheumatism. It will not do to trifle with a dis ease S3 powerf ul as Cr.tai.u3 Elood Poison, for every day it remains in the 111 it is pro"ressin-j toward a dangerous stage, c::d will in the end get be yond the control cf ar.y treatment. S. S. S. cures blood poison in the right way, it goes down into the circulation and removes every particleof the virus. Xo "bad results are evr experienced from the use of S. S. S. It is gentle and pleasant in its action', and forty years of cures warrant the statement that S. S. 8. i ; not only a safe but a certain treatment. Home treatment book on this disease and any medical advice desired sent free to all who write. TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. 8 i SOUTH SIDE NEWS TEMPE Frank Griffen. W. Griffen. W. H. Hogle Try it at Our Store Today -HARMER'S DRUG STORE Next Door to SALE CONTINUES We will say tn our many customers that wo will continue ur sale Monday una TrtesiTay. May IStli, and l!tli. Tuesday will be the last day of the special sale. J. J. HODNETT, CANDIES, ICE CREAMS, S HERBERTS, SUNDAES, DRINKS. Tempe's Favorite Warm Weather Retreat Sanichas' Store, Haskell Brown, Manager, inv ites all to enjoy Sanichas' best goods. If You want a delicious Ice Cream Soda, Call on us. LAIRD I DINES Phone LILY A HOME For Sale by MANUFACTURED AT Watch this Space FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT There will be something doing at . Lukin Cash Ston Ready for Your Summer's Trip? I We have a new line of Trunks, Suit Cases and' Telescopes, just what you will need. Hyder Bros., TEMPE FIREMAN'S MEETING. Thwe will be an important me-eung of the Tempo fire department tomor row eve-nir.y at tile council ehamber at 7:::n oVloc k. The purpose f it will be the adoption of a new Met of h.laws and it is hoped that there will he a full attendance of the mem bers. Kvery member who has attend ed at bast one im-e-ting during the last nine months must either be pres sent or record their names with the chief orassistant chief if they desire to ha'e tle ir names continued on the roll of the organization: An effort is ht itig made to bring the membership of the department up to the maximum allowed be the city ordinance, which is fifteen men tit each company. Any who may desire to join should lose no time in preeiuing ttieir names cither to the' chief. hris Sigala," or the as sistant chief, S X. i-nkin: AYER'S HAIR VIGOR CERTAIN SAFE TREATMENT I MESA. CREAM SODA" Postofflce. TEMPE CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA 231 MILK PRODUCT. all Grocers TEMPE, ARIZONA Tempe . THE COMMERCIAL CLUB. There will be an important meeting of the Maricopa county commercial club this evening at liaif past seven at the council c hambers. The meeting will be addressed by the president and traffic manager cm subjects of gener al interest. Tin- principal purpose of the mee ting, however, is the- discussion of a matter of special interest. It will he- remembered that last week when the different traffic- managers were in the- valley they agreed to inak-5 certain changes in rates effecting melons and Vegetables ill order that these new rates might go into effect at once so that the local producers could have tin- advantage this season. The club has received a letter from these par ties asking that some- Idea be given them of the amount ef business that will be handh'd in the valley this year. It is re-epiesteel that all intersteel in growing melons or vegetables for ship ment make it a special point to attend this evening's meeting. PRELIMINARY CONTESTS. The Olympian Program at the Normal Tomorrow Afternoon. The olympian Society will have its preliminary contest in declamation to morrow afternoon. The society has been fortunate in securing for judges Dr. Babcock of the university. Mrs. Dane Coolidge and Ir. lilome. All friends of the society are cordially in vited to attend the contest. Following is the program: Music Miss Benson. Miss Mcl'herson "The Perfect Tribute" Mary Ilayinond, Shipman Andrews, NataU-e Decker. "A Soldier of France," From Ouida's 1'nder Two Flags" Blanche Cummins Male Quartette .' Messrs. Hansen. Jones, Millet, I'.lome "The Death of Hypatia" Kingsley j Mary Corbell. "T1X- Farmer" Longfellow Ruth MeComas. "The Prisoner of Zcnila" Anthony Hope Lorereles Priest. Music... Miss McNelcy. Miss Richards Hodnett and Carr. resident under takers and embalmers. Phone 179. WILL BUILD A HOME. V. W. t-riff-n has sold lots 7 and 9, block lit, in Coldman addition to Lud wig Sedig. These lots 'face on nor mal street and make a very desirable location for a home. Mr. Sedig is now I living in Jerome but contemplates I making Teinpe his future home and I expects, to build on his property yvith- lots have now changed hands twice within six weeks and both times at a substantial increase is gooef evidence that Tempe realty is on the boom. THAT STOLEN BOAT. Superintendent Crook announces that the canal company's boat which was stolen from the double bridges last week, has not yet been re turned. Three Mesa boys are known to have taken it. Wthether they mere ly bor rowed H or wilfully stole it is not known. However, Mr. Cook wishes it returned and savs that if it is placed back where it was take n from at unoc, no epiestions will be asked, otherwise the law will be permitted to run its course. FLEET PICTURES. T'pon his return from San Francisco where he had been to se-e the fleet, John Hyder brought with him several excellent pictures of the vast aggre-g tion of war ships. They are now on display in the firm's front window and have attracted considerable attention One view shows' the entire fleet Just as it is entering the (iolih-n (late. The other displays the fleet at anchor with the city in the bac k ground. FORGED A CHECK. A stranger in Tempe last wee k pass ed a forged check for $:.fi at the Lu kin cash store. The check was drawn on the Farmers' and Merchants bank in favor of Carl Reed and was signed "O. C. Watson." The check went through several hanTls before it reach ed the tiank. It was promptly turned down the re and when Mr. Watson was notified he said he had drawn no check to that party. It was plainly a for gery. Several clays elapsed betwen the time- the check was cashed by Mr. Lu kin and its presenilation at the bank and in the mean time the party cash ing it liad disappeared. Lots 7 and it and block 10. Goldman's addition have been sold through Heal Kstate Agent R. A. Windes to Lelwig Sedig. BACK FROM THE DAM. Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller ami two daughters re turned yeste rday morning from a trip to Roosevelt. The trip up was made without accident but bad hick was tlu-ir companion on the- way home. The trip was made in the Mil ler auto and em the return an accident this side of Roosevit necessitated the use ef a team to get to Fish Creek. Sunday night was spent there where repairs were made. Yesterday morn ing at Government Wells a tire was punctured beyond repair and the rest of the trip was made; with one tire flat. Cabinet photos, Tempe. t2 ii'i per dozen. NOTES. The Woodman circle of Tempe will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock at Andre Hall. . R. Finch leaves this morning with a party of half a dozen for Roosevelt. The W. C. T. I', will have a called meeting at the home of Mrs. Stewart this afternoon at 3 o'clock to complete arrange ments for the ice cream social Friday evening. A good atte-ndance is reeiuested. Registered at the Casa Ima yes terday were F. K. Turner and wife of Stockton, Cal., and A. Rothenberg. o MESA THE WATER BONDS. Another of Mesa's Citizens Adds Testimony in Favor of the Pro posed Water System. That the bond issue which will be one of the features of the forthceming election, meets with the approbation of all Mesa's citizens having large in- I terests at stake, and who consequent ly will have a large portion of the incurred taxation to meet, is evident ! from the- expressions heard on every j hand which is favorable to the bond proposition. That interest is keen on 'this subject, in shown by the number jof business men who are taking the .time to express their views in these ! columns, of which the following by James W. Lesueur, of the firm of Lesueur and Gibleons, is one. Kditor Arizona Republican: The question now agitating the public mind of Mesa citizens is whether or not to bond the city for $j0,000 for waterworks. It is my firm opinion that we should vote to issue the bonds and thus give our town a big boost upward that shall mean much for its future growth. As a fire protection alone it would pay not only as a safcguaril to the present business and residence prop erty but to encourage the building of larger and better store buildings and homes in the future. As it is now, on account of the poor fire fighting system one's property stands little show of teeing saved from ruin should fire break out. The cxperie-nce of the past should teach us that either one of the two big fires the business section of Mesa has suffered weeuld more than pay the amount of the de sired beuid issuance and either of these would have been saved with a better fire department and a good water works system. The cost to build and maintain pri vate water systems is much greater than would be the extra tax and e-x-pense should the city put ill all effi cient water system in the homes. The luxury or rather the necessity would then be within the reach of all and at a nominal figure as compared with private and other water works not owned by the city. That for culinary purposes and for bathing every fam ily should have water piped into the house; and this can only be done when the city takes the matter in hand in order to provide the same; with small cost. How much more beautiful could the home be kept if water to sprinkle on tlu- lawn and flowers daily was to be had only by the turning on of the hose. Then a good waterworks sys tem would make our city more beau tiful. We understand that Tempe lias paid all arrears on her waterworks system and has money in reserve and they tell us that installing city water works is a paying investment to the city rather than a burden to be- kept up with the taxes of the people. What is true of Tempe will be the case with Mesa. In a tv years it will be a source of revenue to the city to own and operate a good wa terworks system. From a sanitary standpoint the public waterworks is the only system. This using well or ditch water that is alive with wigglers must be a source of disease. The numerous cesspools around town must not be the best thing for the- public health. A good sanitary condition can only be maintained with a good waterworks system. THtse are a few reasons why every voter of Me-sa shauld vote "Yes" to bond the city S.'iO.OUO to lie usee to build a good system of city water works. When this is done and a few good moves made then watch Mesa grow. JAMES W. LF.srEl'R. J ANOTHER BOUNCER. j The advent of the birth of another young American to .Mr. and Mrs. Kimball on last Saturday afternoon, proved to be an event of more than local consequence. Mr. Pomeroy has serving on the jury in Judge Kent's court in Phoe nix and whe-n the judge learned of the arrival of the pros pective citizen, -he immediately ex- used Mr. Pomeroy and adjourned court in his honor. The- late new guest at the Ponnroy home weighs twelve and one half pounds, and is the second boy in a family of seve n children. Dr. Drane was master of ceremonies at the arrival of this dis tinguished visitor. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. (1. It. I'earce of the grocery firm of Fearce and Smith, will soon leave .Mesa for an e.tenele-d visit in Califor nia, a part of which will be kept in Ilrawley. His partner in business Mr. W. K. Smith, will be employed thrash ing with Johnson and lirimn for sev eral months. Meanwhile the- stole will be in charge of J. It. l'.lakley who owns and recently leased the Mesa laundry to outside parties. THE GALLEY SLAVE. The Cullev Slave, one of the best dramas ' occupying the mind of the modern theater world will be- played at the Mesa opera house on l'riday and Saturday nights. May 22 and 2'.',. by the talented members of the- Home Dramatic company, who have been faithfully rehearsing for this produc tion for several weeks, under the- di rection of Dr. J. H. Nelson. Dr. Nel son, who will also stage the play, is tuny eetiiiH'ei lor mis unm-riaiting, having had a wide range- of expe-rr- ence in amateur, as well as re-gular theatricals. That the "Galley Slave" will prove one of the? best entertain ments seen by Mesa's theater patrons in many a day, goes without saying. TRIP HOME DELAYED. Miss Mabel Lester who had in- tendeel leaving for her home near Omaha, Nebraska yesterday morning. was prevented from taking the pro posed journey by the sudden and nous illness ot her lamer wno nas been visitingMiis son-in-law, M. Mum ford, for several mouths. TOWN BREVITIES. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy McCormick and son James, and -Mrs. . A. ivimoie and Jesse T. Steele-, enjoyed an out ing at f.ranite Heef and vicinity on Sunday last. C. A. Corbell of Tempe was in Mesa yesterday the guest of hh son law and daughter. Mr. anil Mrs. K. M. IeHaron. whose- little daughter. KUen, is reported eiuite ill with pneu monia. Deputy Distric t Attorney F. II. Ly man or I'hoenix anel Attorney i.oou win ef Tempe were here yesterday with clients who were given a hear ing before Judge Guthrie. Miss Anna Rowlands who has been librarian at the Mesa public library for several months past, has tende-red her resignation and will soon leave for the Pacific coast. Mrs. W. II. Hogle? who underwent .. . - T ..1. a serious ope ration at ine ri. josei-n hospital in Phoenix, several days ago. is improving. Samue-I Lerngmore leaves soon for his forme-r home in Quebe-c, Canada. where he will visit with relatives and friends. Vincent Jones spent Sunday in Phoenix, while there he sang at the vesper services in the Sisters' chapel. BIDS WANTED. Bids will be received until May 3th, 1!I0S, for labeling 73,000 cantaloupe crates, more or less, labels to be furn ished by association, contractors to furnish paste-. Bids must specify price per thousand crates. Association re serves the right to reject any and all bids. For further particulars apply to X. A. MACDONALD. Secretary. NOTICE TO AGENTS. I herby give notice to all re al estate agents that my property listed with them is withdrawn from the market. M. K. t'RKIX'H. The Queen Apartments, finest in Los Angeles; hot water, private baths, jan itor service; summer Tates. 5119 Cali fornia street. Look for DeMund Lumber company's advertisement. THE MAN WHO SWEARS BY THE FISH BRAND SLICKER is the man who has tried to get the same service out of some other make Clean Light - Durable Guaranteed Waterproof and Sold Everywhere TEMPE ADVERTISEMENTS. I We carry only the best i 4. T grade of goods. f Which is the cheapest ? I PARRY'S I Cash Store Hest in the West. Bel 1 Btaneiarei lireu, ira f JFI Nested Poultry. feJPWf Ejfffs. per setting, dur- Standard Bred, Trap Ing May, $1.00; J4.00 per hundred. CALLA-DALE POUL TRY FARM. C. W. Alexander, Prop. Tempe, Arizona. MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. '0 ac res, 'i share I'tah wate r, J1000 brick house, 2 wells case d 1.10 It. deep, K'Hd shade orchard all fenced. 5 acres in garde n, l'rice- $3.1uo.00. " ItiO acres at $.10.0') per acre. 100 acri:s tail be irrigated tinde-r Mesa canal balance under New (luv't. canal. Joins land held at tlM.0 pe r acre. Also .1, 1". 2u. 4'i. fiei, n;cj acre tracts. ( Money to Loan, Pomeroy-Guthrie Realty Co. Oldest Agency in Mesa. 1st door east of P.O.. Mesa. Arizona. MESA HOTEL t 14- . . J. j. turopean plan. Large, clean :a J- airy rooms. Good restaurants y nearby. Everything first class. ? L. V. GUTHERIE. PROPRIETOR. K-H-i-M- x-i-X-V!-:--H-:-MH-'r-5- pare with foundation If : '4 TO THE CONSUMER : We are just receiving in cargo lots and are anxious to move before the end of the month, the following stockrv- 400,000 ft. Oregon Pine, 200,000 ft. Rough Redwood, 150,000 ft. Redwood Siding and Ceiling, 200,000 ft. Common Pine, 1, 000,000 Redwood Shingles. We are naming exceptionally low prices on this material. Kindly let us have your ineiuiries covering any item you may be able to us- we can save you money. DEMUND LUMBER CO. SWEET POTATOES ! 10,000 of them I I 1000 Dwarf Champion Tomato Plank PHOENIX FLOWER STORE I L W. GREER, PLUMBER 217 W. Wash. Street Phone Red 1131 Let me figure on your plumbing. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Re pairs promptly taken care of. MOHN.& DRISCOLL FUNERAL . DIRECTORS H. O. RAMSEY I VETERINARY SURGEON. I Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horses and nice rigs for hire. ! Office and stable corner First av ienue and Jefferson EL I Phone Black 55Z Phienlx. Ariz. Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmers. Lady Assistant. 19 West Adams STeeL Telephone Main 122. The Bath and the Bathroom In warm weather or in cold weather, nothing can the invigorating effect of a daily bath. The bath 3s the of good health, strength and beauty and could be well named "nature $ tonic. The pleasure of the bath is enhanced when your bathroom is fitted with "StainlatsT Ware. The beauty of design and exquis::e cleanliness of these fix tures make the bath room a delight to the' eye and mind. And then SUdJ" . Ware wears. Its dur ability is unsurpassed. Before you purchase your bathroom fixtures, call and examine the unapproachable excel- lence of Ware. We install "SUidanT Ware in a manner that will satisfy you. Our experience is broad and our workmen experts. 'We cheerfullv esti mate fur you. Illustrated booklets free upon request. GEO. HA GEM AN 116 E. Adams Street. 1 I.T. Hosey Brofer I STOCKS, BONDS, CRilN AND COTTON We buy or. sell anythkt listed for you 40 N. First St. Phoeix Phono Main 232 rn-MM-w--j THE HOFFMAN CIGAF STAND, E. J. DOYLE, FROP CIGARS, TOBACCO AN SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway & banter. Clinton Campbell 1 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Residence Telephone 357 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177 , FOR Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing j Call up ihone Black 3S1. Phoenix Tailoring Co.,! 42 No. Center St. J. THOMAS & H. L. SANDERSON, Proprietors. .e-.-4.vi-.- - ... ' V .- com ft this famous i-ri?'K :Hrj i aS