THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 190S.
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W. H. HOGLE, Manager
t MESA ADVERTISEMENTS
IT WILL HEAL SORES
Legear's Antiseptic Powder
Orders delivered anywhere in
European plan. Large, clean, airy
rooms. Splendid dining room in con
nection, under the direction of Mrs.
A. V. Cornett.
L. V. GUTHRIE,
X 1R R. A. AITOX. M.Mlii Kl Director of
X th Vi is Neiiv Mineral SpriiiKt. unci
X thi Iti l.o-Zniit MtMlical ti. of i'lKM'-
X mx An t I.o Aiiude. will le in Mvsa
X at ih" AlliamlifH on Wednesday of
X eicli w eek. We lnaku a specially of
X clirunir diseases.
20 acres, 14 share Utah water, $1000
brick house, 2 wells cased 150 ft. deep,
good shade orchard all fenced,
acres in garden. Price $3500.00.
IfiO acres at $50.00 per acre. i0
acres can be irrigated under Mesa
canal balance under New Gov't, canal
Joins land held at J150.no per acre.
Also 6, 10, 20, 40, 80, 160 acre tracts.
Money to Loan.
Oldest Agency in Men,
i-i n,.r .rit of P.O.. Mesa. Arizona.
HIGH SCHOOL BONDS :
Instructors For the Different Grades
Appointed For. the Coming Fall
A satisfactory pale of the bonds for
the erection of the Mesa Union High
school has been consummated, these
being purchased by the Macdonald,
McCoy Company of Chicago. Rlank
bonds will be prepared at once by the
firm which purchased them. A few
minor difficulties occurred after the
bonds were advertised fur sale, but
these have been satisfactorily straight
ened out to both parties, and the board
expects to have the bonds signed and
the proceeds on deposit at an early
While Foreman Stover has been
waiting for the arrival of the mate
rials, he has been getting out sketshed
details for the piece work, and this
will greatly facilitate matters after
construction work actually begins, as
each piece Will be milled and ready to
put in place. '
The concrete mixer for the founda
tion work will be here either today or
tomorrow, and no time will then be
lost in putting. this in. Four carload
of materials are now on the way, and
will arrive here shortly. It is pro
posed to have the building completed
and ready for occupancy by December
first, and Foreman Stover says that he
sees no reason why this should not be
accomplished, unless the work is given
some unusual backset from causes not
apparent nt the present time.
The board has elected the high
school teachers for. the approaching
fall term of school here, and are as
follows: Zehulon P; rce, ma hcjria'
ics; Miss Klla Andrews, of Caxton,
III., Knglish: Miss Nora Smith. Mount
Ayr. Iowa, Latin and history: Norman
S. Robinson, I!f anlstown. III., science
and German. The first three teachers
are reappointed to these positions.
Norman S. Robinson, the new ap
pointee for this year, comes highly
recommended from his home town, be
ing a graduate of the State University
of Illinois. The fall term of the school
will open on the' 14th of September In
the north building.
Mesa's First-Class Hotel. Coolest Dining Room in the valley.
Sunday evening dinners. All stages leave the hotel every
except Sundays.' Iius meets all trains.
D. J. McCAULLEY, Proprietor.
VACATION AT ROOSEVELT
The greatest scenic stage route in America. There from Mesa in
ten hours, with five relays, in easy riding Concord stages. Leaves
Mesa" at 6 a.m. every day except Sunday. Fare S6.00.
MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO.
TO MAKE PIONEER DAY
A praiseworthy effort is being
made among the pioneers here as well
as others, to make Friday, July 24th,
a memorable, as well as an enjoyable
day in Mesa. Aside from the horse
races and other athletic sports which
are scheduled to take place on Cuu. i
road, arrangements were perfected on
Saturday by Elijah .Mien to have an
international meet of the Indians at
Drew's park on that day representing
the Apache, Pima, Maricopa and I'ap
a tribes. It is understood that the
how will be on quite an elaborate
plan, and many attractions will be
gotten up for the entertainment of
those who attend. Games and Indian
races will be booked, including some
of the most unlouc ones which are
participated in among the Red Men;
many of them being poculiar to their
WILL SELECT DESKS.
Professor J. I). Loper and Attorney
George W. Silverlhorn during their
vacation in the east, will stop in Chi
cago and other points fur the purpose
of securing the best and most prac-tii-uble
school desks for the new I'nion
High school. oYi their return their
findings will bo submitted to Vhe
board for the final selection of fur
nishings for the High school. Profes
sor Loper will also visit several of the
large schools in the east.
Mr. Steward is busy repairing the
desks at the ward school on the cor
ner of Center anil Second streets and
is taking off some of tin- hieroglyphics
ami defacements. As soon as this
work is completed, they will lie treated
to a coat of varnish, and (hiring the
coming fall term a strenuous effort
will le made to have the youngsters
not repeat this.
RECOVERING FROM INJURY-.
Thales Pomerov, who was seriously
injured several davs ago by a buck
rake lever striking hint on the right
angle of the nose, tearing its way up
inlo the nostril, and making a wound
two and one-half inches long, and -
poslng the bone for the entire length.
Dr. J. I:. NMson found it necessary to
take several stitches in the wound,
and these were removed yesterday
morning anil the cut is healing nicely.
Mr. I'omeroy was operating a buck
rake on his ranch, and was leaning
over when the lever gave an upward
glance and struck him.
HAVE DONE VERY WELL
Taking Into Consideration Conditions
At Home and Abroad.
While the prices received for canta
loupes this season by the growers in
and around Mesa have not been what
would be called "top notehers," the
Mesa growers, when the conditions
now prevailing in the east are taken
into consideration, a.s well as. the con
ditions which prevail in the different
cantaloupe districts are summed up.
It will be readily seen that the local
growe have not received the worst
treatment by any means, as regards to
When the Arizona cantaloupes en
tered the markets, the California
growers had flooded the eastern mar
kets with their products, and it Is es
timated that two thousand car loads
have been shipped from the Imicrlal
and Coachllla valleys alone, and these
were made regardless of the prices
which would be received for them.
This was practically the condition
when the cantaloupes from this sec
tion were put on the market and now
they are close competitors to the mel
ons from Georgia, Tennessee, Texas
and other southern states. The grow
ers here will more than break even on
this year's crop, which is more than
can be said for the shippers and grow
ers from a large portion of the other
melon growing districts.
AT THE HOTELS.
The Alhamlira Howard Gree, Rat
tle Creek. Mich.; C. R. Morrow, Hol
brook; John Nelson, Holbrook; W. R.
Ison. Chicago; A. E. Shannon, Los
Angeles; Mrs. Minnie Scott. Phoenix;
Isegard Clausen, Phoenix.
.. THE SATURDAY EVENING
The dance given by the management
of the Vance auditorium on Saturday
evening last, was without doubt the
most enjoyable of the season, as the
evening was cool and delightful. A
large crowd of young people assembled
there and participated in the dancing
Good music was provided for the oc
casion. Several couples from Tempe
drove up and attended the ball. as
will as some coming over from Phoenix.
J. Peal, a music "dealer of Prescott,
was in the city yesterday in the inter
est of his homestead located east of
town. Mr. Real expects '" to build a
home here this fall, and bring his
family to the valley.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey J. Lee were
over from the Capital City yesterday,
as the guests of Mrs. W. A. Kimball.
S. W. Coombs went to Tempe yes
terday morning, and met Mrs. Coombs
who arrived from Los Angeles, Cal.,
on the early train. They have taken
a suite of rooms !n a brick cottage
on First avenue.
Willie Kimball and John Williams
who are in the employ of the govern
ment at Sacaton, where the wells are
bejng sunk, came in Saturday even
ing, and spent Sundaft at their re
Superintendent Roy McCormjek was
In Mesa for the Sabbath from the Sac
ELtVEN YEARS' FREEDOM
OF ESCAPED CONVICT
The Sensational" Capture of William
Sherlock at Nelson Last Saturday.
MAN REFUSES TO DIE.
You can't blame a man for desir
ing to live and you can't blame a
man if he takes Sexine Pills, when
he knows they will help him live
longer. They are the greatest tonic
in the world for both men and wo
men. Price $1 a box; six boxes $5,
Willi money-back guarantee. Address
or call on Elvey & Hulett, where
they sell all the principal remedies
and do not substitute.
MOVE FOR INDEPENDENCE.
Women of Italy Intend to Make Their
THE GEM CITY BAND CONCERT.
The boys of the Gem City band
gave a splendid arranged program
Saturday evening, in the hand stand
across from the postoffice. One of the
enjoyable features being the cornet
solo rendered by Professor Allien. The
evening was delightfully cool, and as
a consequence the concert was listened
to by one of the largest audiences that
has yet gathered to hear the Satur
day evening concert.
THE DESERT A LAKE OF WATER.
Parties driving in from the desert
yesterday morning report heavy rains
as having fallen' there In the past two
days. Water is standing in great lakes
in manv places, and also on the des
ert in great pools. It has now been
more than a week since the rains first
appeared on the desert, and the grass
on the ranges has grown remarkably'
in this length of time. Feed however
has been plentiful all the season and
with the additional growth which will
result from ..the present rains w ill
place the cattle and sheep grazing
there in fine condition for the fall
Rome, July IS. With the approval
of Queen Helena herself a great
emancipation movement Is being or-j
gatnzeii among Italian women to shake
off the tyranny of Paris and London
fashions. At the head of the move
ment Is Signorlria Paola Lombroso,
a daughter of the famous sociologist,
professor Csare Lombroso. A wo
ina:, s congress is shortly to be held
in this citv to discuss the whole mat
ter of women's fashions and an at
tempt will be made to find means by
which Italy will in the future create
her own models. Thousands of wo
men In all par.s of Italy are support
ing the movement enthusiastically.
Nothing: does more for
a grocer, one way or the
other, than coffee. He
must sell poor; (he needn't
sell it to you) it is good
tHt makes him , :
Your irocer retire, roar money II son dost
Itt. Schilling' Basti B turn
P. J. Farley In a telegram from Wil
liams to the Prescott Journel-Miner
described the end of an eleven year
chase after an escajied convict as fol
lows: With a pistol pressed to his abdo
men by Lieutenant Olds, Frank Sher
lock, alias Charles Bly, recognized as
a convict who rode away from the
New Mexico penitentiary on the war
den's horse exactly eleven years ago.
exclaimed: "Guess you got me, kid."
and oeltely surrendered.
He was delivered Into the custody
of Captain Christman of the New
Mexico jienitentiary at 7 o'clock to
night and Immediately started on the
overland train for Santa Fe, where he
has two years yet to serve on a four
years sentence for horse stealing.
Sherlock was betrayed by a fellow
convict whom he discharged from a
position with the Grand Canyon Lime
and Cement company at Nelson. Ari
zona, where Sherlock had taken a
contract. Sherlock, since his escape,
has lived an exemplary life. For
eight years he has served as a deputy
sheriff of Mohave county and in that
time has run down many desperate
criminals. He is a dead shot with a
pistol and led a posse which followed
murderer Tom Kinney through Death
Valley seven years ago. Kinney had
miirdened another deputy sheriff of
Mojave county. The posse reached
Rakersfield two days after Kinney had
there killed two officers and had been
killed himself in a desnerate fight.
Sherlock also served four years as live
stock inspector of Mojave county.
. Aware that Sherlock was a dead
shot. Lieutenant Olds, accompanied by
Ranger H. E. Woods, met him casu
ally at the Grand Canyon Cement
company's camp. Olds introduced
Woods and while the two men were
shaking hands, olds stuck his pistol
against SUerljick's stomach and cried:
"Hands up! I have a warrant for
Sherlock calmly replied as his hands
went up: "Guess you got me, kid."
Woods disarmed Sherlock of a huge
pistol and extra clip cartridges, while
Olds covered him with a cocked gun.
Sherlock had been living with a Mrs.
Palmer, and at his request he was
taken to the woman's home. Sherlock
seemed very much affected.
"Guess I've got to leave you, little
woman," he said; "these fellows have
"If you are coward enough to let
them take you, go oh."
For the first time Sherlock weak
ened badly and wept bitterly as the
officers took him away. He admitted
he :is the man wanted and said he
had quit crooked business long ago.
and wanted no more of it. He request
ed the rangers to seak a good word
for him. if possible, when they reach
ed the New Mexican officials.
When greeted by a Journal-Miner
man at Williams and asked if he was
a deputy sheriff of Mohave county,
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"I used to be but 1 am something
"Then you are the man they want
in New Mexico?" ' ';
"' I resemble him some but won't ad
mit it just now."
It was then he asked Lieutenant
Olds to intercede for him with Captain
Fornoff, the New Mexico ranger, and
inform him of his good official record
)lds has been after him since July
13th. He was stripped by Olds and
Identified by a bullet Wound in the
left breast three inches above the nip"
pie. ell answers to a description and
x a mil ?
In a small ranch if sold i"
at once $3500.
Cash will handle a 50
acre alfalfa ranch with
in 4 miles of the post
office. This place will
sell for $1000 to $lf00
v more within 6 months.
T Full ranch equip-
4- ment and 20 milk cows
! also for sale.
T Address -S5, care Re-
Our recent sale has left us piles
upon piles of the choicest Remnants
that must be disposed of. We've
marked them nt such a low margin
that you will quickly grasp at them.
In this lot will be found remnants of
GINGHAMS. CIIAMIinAVS, LINF.NS.
LAWNS, ORGANDIES, DOTTF.D
SWISSES, DIMITIES, MULLS. TUS
SOPJNE LAWNS AND HLW'DRF-DS
OF OTHER SI MMER MATERIALS.
THESE TO GO AT REMARKABLY
I.O W PRICES.
ONE UT OF WOMEN'S LISLE GAUZE OR
DROP STITCH HOSE; a very good hose, worth
31c. Extra special, pair 19
;0 INCH PLEACHED TAF.LE LINEN, a very
M goKl quality linen at 4.".c a yard; a limited quan
tity; special for today, yard 2o
These Extraordinary Values Should Entice You
A PIG LOT OF WOMEN'S AND
MISSES' SHIRT WAISTS, all beau
1 tifull made of fine lawns and
Swisses, nicely trimmed with val.
laces, some embroidered fronts, long
or short sleeves; these are worth
$1.00 and Jl.'iO each. Choice at,
WOMEN'S WHITE 1IOSE, plain
weave, a good wearing kind; we have
a limited lot of them. These .sell at
20c a pair elsewhere. Extra special
at, pair 12 1 2c
ONE LOT OF WOMEN'S GAUZE
RIPPED VESTS, ', low neck, w ing
sleeves, all sizes, including the ex
tra large sizes; Usually sell at 40c
and 4.-.C each. Extra special at.
1 2x2 and 1 5c Ginghams at
New Ginghams in the neat'stripes, plaids, checks, or solid colors;
quality well sought for; fast colors. Extra special at, yard 10
Women's and Misses'
I6-Button Length; the $1.75 and
S2.00 kind at per pair, $1.29
OUR PEAITTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF 16-I5UTTON
LENGTH SILK GLOVES of good heavy quality silk;
genuine double tipped fingers; worth $1.75 and $2.00 per
pair; extra special at
Tape Girdle Corsets
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' TAPE GIRDLE CORSETS, made of strong
wide brocaded coutlin tape, spring steels, with good hose supporters
attached; generally sold at 75c. Extra special -48J
ONE NICE LOT OF PRINTED BA
TISTES In neat designs of either
floral or figured sheer quality. Al
ways sold at 12 l-2c; extra special
12V4C WOMEN'S CROSS-BARRED
HANDKERCHIEFS, the exact copy
of the fine kind Linen Handkerchiefs,
hemstitched and allover crossbar. Ex
tra special at. each g 1"3J
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS, low neck,
sleeveless, gauze ribbed, umbrella bot
tom, beautifully, finished with lace,
or tight knee length ankle; worth 75c
the silt. Extra special "at, per
MEN'S UNDERWEAR THAT WILL
HELP TOU TO KEEP COOL THIS
HOT WEATHER AND . AT SUCH
MEN'S POROUS WHITE KNIT UN
DERWEAR, pure white., shirts and
drawers; a dandy garment, well
made and finished. Special at,
JINX'S CELEBRATED "B. V. D."
NAINSOOK UNDERWEAR, Shirts
and Drawers, shirts sleeveless or half
sleeves; drawers knee length; extra
value at, each 39
MEN'S PAJAMAS, made of light colored per
cales or madras, neatly trimmed and well made;
worth $1.50 the suit. Extra special at. suit 73,
Men's Chambray Shirts
17 i ' "
MEN'S SOLID BLUE CHAMBRAY SHIRTS, madu
with two pockets, double stitched, good soft qual
ity chambray made in the regular U. S. style.
Extra special at, each ---J50
f Women's and Misses' Canvas Shoes 1
worth $2 and $2.50, per pair,
75c and 90c.
ONE LOT OF WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS,
plain or basket weave, blucher cut, medium heel,
a n-gualr $2.oo Canvas Oxford at, pair 77
ONE LOT OF CHAMPAGNE CANVAS OX
l'"oRDS, self embroidered, vamp, blucher cut, cov
ered heel; actual value fJ.IO K-r pair. Extra so
cial, pasr .' 1106
Men's E. & W. Shirts
ONE LOT OF MEN S E. & . W. SHIRTS, - m.-.d lr
the regular coat styles, ' In either light o" dark,
colored plain or figured. These shirts ar- well
worth $2.00. We will sell them, extra special val
ue at, each..., 7i)
DON'T FAIL TO GET ONE OF THESE SHIRTS.
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