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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUG. 4, 1908.
7 4"l""Hl"iI"I:l........ Mesa D epartment W. H. HOGLE. Manager 1 1 l1 1 l"l i'l 1 1 1 'I11! 'I'i'1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; HI I II I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I It 1 1 1 THE SUDDEN DEATH ON. T. ARROWSMITH Passed Away at the Home of S. D. Shumwty Early Yesterday Morning. At an early hour yesterday mroning, James T. Arrowsmith, Jr., son of Mr and Sirs. James Arrowsmith, died at the home of his father-in-law, S. I. Shumway, who resides" in the Alma ward. Mr. Arrowsmith was taken ill at his home in Superior several days ago, and after an illness of three days, eame to Mesa for treatment. Typhoid fever developed and on Sunday his condition took a turn for the worse, there being four hcmorragcs during the day, and death resulted early yes terday. Mr. Arrowsmith was born in Lehi in 1SS1. and was married only a few years ago to Miss Shumway. The couple then took up their residence at Super ior, Mr. Arrowsmith being employed there as engineer in the mines. The deceased is survived by a wife and small son. The funeral services were held yes terday' afternoon at 4 o'clock -at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Slium way, Bishop A. Hunsaker of the Church of the Latter Day Saints, ol which Mr. Arrowsmith was a member, presiding. Interment was made in the many sorrowing friends in Mesa leaves many sorrowing friends in Mesa and vicinity where he was born and grew to manhood. He was well liked by all who knew him. His widow and young child have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement. M. I. A. SERVICES SUNDAY EVEN ING. On Sunday evening last, the mem bers of the M. I. A. society of. the THE ALHAMBRA ; . .; Mesa's First-Class Hotel. Coolest Dining Room In the valley. Special Sunday evening dinners. All stages leave the hotel every morning except Sundays. Bus meets all trains. D. J. MeCAULLEY, Proprietor. Church of the Latter Day Saints, held the last of the competitive services. For about two mbnths past different lead ers have been chosen to prepare and get up special programs for the Sun day evening services, which have been held on the lawn on the east side of the tabernacle. These metlngs have proven very interesting and entertain ing and have been well attended by the young folks, and by a great many of the oldej folks as well. ac me last meeting Mrs. , Fanny Dana gave an interesting talk on flowers, when and how to plant thorn here. Elder J. L. Standage. who returned last week from a mission of two and one-half years spent in Texas, gave fifteen minutes discourse on the theme of "Gosjwl." A sextette was de lightfully rendered by the members of the Valenzuella family of Lehi. 1 Isaac Dana spoke for fiftoen minutes in a very Interesting manner on the benefit of M. I. A. work. The services were closed with a solo by Thomas Valenzuella. A special service is also being ar ranged for next Sunday. 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 excep Sunday. Fare S6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. LARGE CAMPING PARTY FOR ROUND VALLEY. A number of Mesaites left yesterday 40 Per Cent Off on all straw' and Panama hats. One-half price on all canvas shoes at the THE TOGGERY, Mesa, Ariz. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE: We are cutting up forty acre tract into six 5-acre and two 10-acre tracts. .1700 craten of cantaloupes were shipped from twenty acres of this ground located 1 1-2 miles from Mesa in best soil of this choice dis trict. Part down. Easy terms on balance. Write us or see us at once. Money to loan. Pomeroy-Guthrie Realty Co. Oldest Agency in Mesa. 1st door east of P.O Mesa. Arizona. The home of Egg Drinks and Fancy Dishes. THE PLACE TO KEEP COOL. Our syrups are made from pure extracts and fruits. G ROVER'S PLACE ON THE CORNER Sjecial: "All Egg "and Fancy. Drinks. .JO cts. Watch this space for spe cials. This time it is LOLLY POP,.- 10 CTS Ralph A. Boston charge,. . Chase, Mixer," 'The In MEET ME ON THE CORNER IT WILL HEAL SORES QUICKLY. Legear's Antiseptic Powder HOLLADAY'S PHARMACY. Orders delivered anywhere in the city, s MESA HOTEL. European plan. Large, clean, airy rooms. Splendid dining room In con nection, under the direction Mrs. A. XV. Cornett. L. V. GUTHRIE, ' Proprietor j--K"t"H .;...i.I,...HltI 1 i 1 .m..k..km"M-h-wh-h-h-h-w--h; ir r ' n u ii h iv-m - eu f Since the unprecedented success created by our last sale, we have decided to create even a greater innovation in Mesa Merchandising by offering more and better bargains. Every article has been selected to meet an immediate want. Every price named means a big saving. This is a sale that offers, 60 Bargain Minutes in every hour and will begin THURSDAY, AUGUST 6th AND END SA TURD A Y, A UGUST 9th. Below you will find a few of the special values which will be offered, space not. permitting an enumeration of all the extraordinary values that will be included. ' by private conveyance for Round val ley. In the Mohgollon mountains, situ ated in eastern Arizona, where several weeks will be spent hunting, fishing and In enjoyiag genuine camp life. It is reported that mountain trout are very plentiful in the mountain streams there, and the party is in anticipation of thoroughly enjoying the sport of angling for the speckled beauties. Those who made up the Jolly party were: Mr. and Mrs. Don Le Baron, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hunsaker, Mr. and Mrs. Zan Hunsaker, Mrs. Deal Standage and sons, Clarence and Earl. SERIOUSLY ILL WITH TYPHOID. Hugh Dana, a prominent rancher liv ing south of town, was taken seriously ill with typhoid fever on Sunday ev ening last. He Is receiving the best of medical attention, and it is thought at this time that the fever will not as sume a malignant form. At the last reports received here he was resting easily. SATISFACTORY .RETURNS FROM ENTERTAINMENT. The members of the Gem City band are jubilant over the financial as well as the social success of their first ball, which was given on August 1st in the Vance auditorium, the total amount of the returns from this occasion be ing $4.00. This money will be used by the boys for the purchase of new instruments and more music. Several changes are also to be made shortly in the personnel of the band, as two more altos will be added, and Joseph Ceyne, who now plays a tuba, will be assign ed a baritone, and Joseph Mireno, who plays the base drum at the present time, will from now on play a tuba. Iamiversary WIND STORM RAGED The Country About Sacaton Converted Into a Lake. severe II On Thursday morning storm, followed by a rain, which f, In sheets, struck the government well drilling camp, which is located not 'far from Sacaton. During the storm some of the tent houses were moved sever:! feet by the wind. One of the heavies down-pours of the season at that poin fell at the camp for several hours, am the resert appeared as a great lake The camp had Just been moved to Its new location, and the work of fasten ing the tent houses securely had not been completed when the wind storm fame. .iuu ior a wnne tt looKed as though they would be wrecked. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS, The following Is a list of unclaimed letters lying at the local postoffiee for the week ending Saturday. August 1 Kalph Gates, J. L. Johnson. Mrs. Will Knight. Rafie Ravers, Pauline Gomez, Iuan Alila. Antonio Gardella, Pardina O. Ortis, Daniel Gomez, Truan Quin- tenes. AT THE HITELE. At the Mesa: Frank Woods, Phoe nix; George B. Hodgdon, city; J. T. Daley, Jerome: J. C. Brady, Globe. "Outing flannel, regular 12 l-2c grade, sale . Price 10 Flannelette, regular 12 l-2c grades, sale I'rtce 10 All summer goods, su-fc as lawns, linens, etc., ;pc grades, sale price 10 30c grades 35 33c grades 2."C 25c grades 15 20c grades 12 1 2c 15c grades 10 12 l-2c grades 8 13& Calicoes, per yard '. Other thmgs .at special prices lawns, em broideries, gloves, riblions, underwear, mil linery, etc.. will be included in this great sale at special prices. Ladies' skirts 23 PER CENT DISCOUNT Men's and boys' hats, 23 PER CENT OFF Men's and boys' work shirts, at 40 Men's 50c underwear 33 Boys' 35c underwear 20c Best overalls, per pair j 80 A lot of men's pants, regular prices from $2.25 to $4.00, Sale price ! S1.73 TERMS CASH A HUNSAKER. MESA, ARIZONA. i ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST. Frank Woods of Phoenix was Mesa on Sunday as the guest friends. For several weeks past many of the local phones have been out of commls ion, and it has been impossible in many Instances to use the phones at II. Several of the patrons have com plained of this, but matters have not been improved, and because of this, some of the users have refused to pay hone rent. The wind which preceded the rain of Sunday afternoon, took off one of the large doors at the front entrance of the Mesa Opera house. Carpenters replaced this yesterday. Dr. R. F. Palmer went to Granite Reef yesterday morning and from there he went to Government Wells, where he had arranged to'meet A. G. Harris, of the U. S. Reclamation ser vice. Mr. Harris returned yesterday evening with the doctor and will re main in Mesa for several days to re ceive medical attention. L. J. Rice of the Union Bank and Trust company of Phoenix was in Mesa yesterday on business for his company. W. A. McDonald was a passenger to Kelvin yesterday morning, to which place he went in the interest of the Mesa Milling company. Mr. McDon ald has just returned from Granite Reef and Roosevelt, where he was last week on a similar mission. He re ports his sales there as having been very satisfactory. Mr and Mrs. James Arrowsmith were down from Superior yesterday to attend the funeral of their son James T. Arrowsmith. Jr., whose death oc curred here yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Coombs were in Tempo on Sunday last as the guest of friends there. Mrs. Harvey Harper of Globe, who has been visiting In Mesa with rela tives, returned to her home in the min ing town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Harper and Miss Alberta Peterson wlil leave shor;Iy for that place, where they will visit at the Harper home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sehule ami chil dren, who have been spending several weeks at Heber, will go to Pine, where they will remain for about three weeks, returning to Mesa about the first of September. Prior to stock taking which begins August 10th, we make these prices to commemorate the first year of the present firm in Phoenix. A general discount of 25 per cent is offered whether advertised or not, which means for every $1.00 worth of goods you buy you pay for same 75c. These prices are not confined to fancy goods alone, which could bear the reduction, but to the staples and every day articles as Muslin Sheets and Sheeting and all "flour and sugar" of a dry goods store. The only article not included, which is a con tract price, is the famous NemQCorsets, price $3.00. All other articles, 25 per cent discount or more. Prices on the following will give an idea what is offered. . No Goods Charged at these Prices Ginghams 30c Novelty Ginghams in newest patterns. A discount of 25 per cent or per yard 22 1 "2c Imported Scotch . Tlaids in 20c qualities, colorings and patterns of newest effects, 25 per cent or per yard 15 15c Staple Ginghams In early fall patterns, containing the most reliable brands. Special per yard XI t Apron Checks in best qualities formerly sold for 8 l-3c, 10 yards for $1.00. Per yard ...-G 1"4 Apron and lengths up per yard Dress Ginghams in to 15 yards. Special How's This? Best brands reserved in Icr yard . . of Calicoes, nothing new fall patterns r 5 Silks and Dress Goods 36-inch black, white and colored Taffeta Silk in values up to $1.35. Special per yard S1.00 27-inch Taffeta Silk in colors and figured effects. Values $1.25 per yard. Special sale price, yd 05 27-inch Jap Silk in white, cream, pink, blue and black. Extra quality. Special price, per yard 37 1 2c Mohairs, Serges, Panamas and Novelty Wool Suitings, widths 42 to 50 inches. Values of $1.00. Sale price, yard T34 75c qualities of 36-inch materials in very desirable colors and pat terns, per yard : GO Better grades of dress goods of values up to $2.:"i0. Special dis count of 23 PER CENT Summer Goods Values of new Lawns of 10c qual ities a special offer per yard 6 14d 15c Lawns and of black and white Batistes, largely effects. Per yard 11 Swiss floral values. Batiste and fine Lawns in and bordered effects. 25c per yard 15c Fine Silk Muslins and Mulls in new shades and designs 50c val ues per yard 33 Figured and colored Linene very desirable for skirts and Jackets suits 20c qualitites per yard - 12 1 2c Dress Linen in natural striped and colored effects. Values 25c to c special per yard X-i OFF SPECIAL PRICES ON READY-TO-WEAR Shirt Waists For $2.00 we include values up to $3.25 in new and beautiful high grade White Waists, sizes com plete, each S2.00 I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward ( for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ' V. J. CHKNKY & CO., Toledo, O. I We. the undersigned, have known F. . J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be lieve him perfectly honorable In all busi ness transactions anil financially able to carry out any obligations made by his iirm. WALDINO. KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale Drugelsts, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally. actlhg directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Testimo nials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists Take Hall's Family Pills for constlDa- tlon. The bread of quality. That's the kind we make. Home Baking Co. Valued of $2.25 and $2.50 in White Waists, Lace and Embroid ery trimmed. These values are exceptionally good SI. 50 Many good Waists in values up to $2.00, both white and colored, are in this particular lot. Special, each 81.00 It ii Crystallized Cactus Candy. That makes the world teem bright. Then keep box handy Of Crystallized Canoy To keep you feeling right. And if there is a girl expecting That you will call tonight, . If you want a kiss that I brim full of bliss, get A package of Crystallized Candy Silk Waists Jap Silk Waists In white, elabor ately trimmed in effectjve laces. Values, $7.50; each S4, 4 Taffeta Waists In brown, black, navy and white; Jap silk in white and black. Values up to $5.00, each S3.23 Other values of Jap and Silk Ba tiste Waists in- values $2.50 to $3.50, in modern patterns. Each a discount of 23 PER CENT Woolen Skirts $3.50 to $12.50 Skirts in values of Woolen best styles, light and medium weight. Special price... 1-3 OFF NEW KIMONOS. Short and Jong Kimonos and Dressing Sacques, values 75c to $2.50. Each a discount of 23 PER CENT MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Drawers, Corset Covers, Muslin Underskirts, Night Gowns and Combination Corset Cover and Drawers, discount of 23 PER CENT. EMBROIDERIES I Edges, insertion, allover waist fronts and flounclngs i n I embroidery -1-3 OFF REMNANTS. Lv saving of V 14 actual price on rem nants. 9 At Donornor