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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBERS, 1908.
10 H h. ,h 1 1 . ij.it !,H"H' '1 Mil i M-M'fl M-H-H-M H"H- H M ! 1 1 1 -1-H4-H-4H "H 4I ,ii i ,I,.5H..H...H i i I i 11 !"M-M"H"i M-W-M-H-H-r WWII'I H I 1 HI 1 I 1 11 1 1 I"H' M I 1 I H H'M-H HERE FROM LOS ANGELES. Harry ( iberbeck arrived here yester day from Los Angeles, which place he has been making his home for several years pa-st. Tile, trlpjiere is purely one of business for Mr. Oberbeck still has property interests here. He is now Tempe. -Department F. W. GRIFFEN, Manager M looking for some responsible man to take charge of his ranch west of town and look after it by the year. He will probably remain in Temue a week or W. H. HOGLE, Manager i4.i4HH'i Minim in- ii 1 n in n 1 1 1 1 nn mum muhi h-ii t n iiirit i 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lit 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ) n n n i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 : u 1 1 1 1 i-e-w 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 s-e- ten rinvM ' D epartment I of the be at i take In prize money that will "FOUNTAIN PENS We have the largest stock in lowu. t lie m too Wc guarantee i Miss Laura Schmidt has opened a 'studio nt her home on east Eighth St. 1 where she is now ready to give In i strut-lions in piano. jj HARMER'S DRUG STORE U Phone 171. ' NextDDorto P.O. Tempe THE REEF CELEBRATION. Chris Sigala returned yesterday from Granite Reef wliere, in company with a good number of other Teniae people, he took in the bis celebration. He says it was a Brand affair and the program was carried out without a hiteli of any kind. There was a bis crowd present and all had a glorious good time. Normal, High and Public School Students, Call on Us for Your School Books We Havo a Com plete Supply LAIRD I DINES CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA Phone 231 Rartlctt pears at the Kloss Ranch. RAN OVER A STEER. A bunch of a dozen steers belonging to the Arizona Cattle company, strayed on to the P. & E. railroad track near the Hough ranch Wednesday and the evening train coming along ran into I the bunch. One steer was-killed but j the rest went through the right of way I fence and none of them were Injured. LILY MILK A HOME PRODUCT. FOURTH ARIZONA FAIR, PHOENIX, Nov. 9 to 14, 1903 Attractions Extraordinary. SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE, ARIZONA WE STILL HAVE A BIG LINE OF SHIRT WAISTS to pick from. Read the prices as it will pay you. .eguinr gular gi.lar gular ftilar gular gular Jl.r.'i jit:, ? 22 for. . . i"' r . . . f.r. . . for . . . for. . . for. . . fur. . . Don't miss these bargains 90r SI. 05 81.20 S1.35 SI. 55 S1.70 S1.95 W. LUKIN CASH STORE B si SI HEADQUARTERS Cigars and Tobacco CLUB POOL ROOM THAT'S ALL Regular 12'i and 15c ginghams in all colors for 10c per yard. Lukin Cash store. REQUIRES GOOD CARE. William Painter will have charge of the Tempe Percheron Horse Breeth-rs' iociation's stallion. Coejuett. this winter. He Is now engaged in building a good barn and suitable quarters for the horse. Animals of the value of this Percheron requires a "little better care than f common horse. NEW LIBRARY BOOKS. Mrs. Windes and Mrs. Bransford spt yesterday afternoon in Phoenix a.- a committee representing the Tem pe1 Free Reading Room and Ljrary association. Thtpurpose of the trip wes to make a selection of new books for the library. A highly commendable interest is now being taken In the li brary and reading room and the ladies are making everv effort to add to the already excellent line of reading matter. The largest line of blankets on southside at Lukin'.V Cash store. the NEW ENGINEER. I.udwig Sedig has accepted the posi tion of engineer of the normal heating plant for this winter. Mr. Sedig is an engineer of experience and will no doubt give perfect satisfaction. He is now planning to build on his lots in Coalman's addition and will become a permanent resident of Tempe. Mrs. Sedig. who is now in Jerome, will ar rive ht re in a day or two. , THE 'LOST WERE FOUND. That it pays to advertise is generally conceded but now and then an incident that still further verifies this fact conies to light. I.ast Sunday ' evening Miss Laura Schmidt lost a gold watch. She ran a local in this paper ami the watch has been recovered. I'nfortu nately a wagon had run over It and It was pretty well smastied. Iay before yesterday Mrs. Bransford lost a hand satchel on Sth street. She too. ran a local and yesterday morning the sat chel with its contents intact was returned. If looking kin's Cash for bargains go to the Lu-store. ! HAS BEEN HEARD FROM. j P.ob Kvans has been heard from. : He departed from Tempe sometime ! over a week ago and rumor had it at . that time that he had gone hence im ' matrimony bent. A letter from him NEWS NOTES. Frank Miller left last evening for Pasadena, Cal., where he will resume his studies at Throop. ' Frank Fogal shipped in four cars of cattle from his Date Creek ranch this week. They change in train time made on the M. & P. and P. & K. roads effects Tempe but- little. In fact, there is a difference of but a few minutes at the most in any of the trains. Registered at the Casa Loma yester day were the following: H. A. Mills, R. Castner, R. G. Tuthill, Los Angeles; C. P. Scully, Denver. Miss Iva Easterwood left last night for Yuma where she has accepted a position in the city schools. Mrs. Crouse and children arrived here yesterday from Joplin, Mo. Mrs. O. J. Ruse will arrive this morning from Sabetha. Kans., and will spend the winter with her son, E. Ruse. The city gets water for irrigation purposes this morning. It was turned in at lo-2rt last night. The christian Kndeavorers of the Christian church will tender a reeep tm to the new students and strangers of Tempe, this evening at the Taber nacle. One attraction of the evening will be "Who Am I?" A welcome is extended to all. 0 Where Men and Women Suffer. Both men and women suffer from overwork and overworry, and so both may be cured by using the same remedy. The I test remedy for such conditions is Sexlne Pills; no matter how badly run down or how ner vous and irritable a person may be, Sexine Pills are guaranteed to re store health and energy. Irice $1 a box; six boxes $5, fully guaranteed on the money-back plan. Address or call on Elvey A. Hulett, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not substitute. DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH ' HOLD ANNIVERSARY The Services Will Take Place in Baptist Church Sunday Evening the According to the I announcements made- In the pulpits of the Methodist and Baptist churches here on Sunday last, the congregations will unite In holding a meeting, for the celebration of therfifty-seventh anniversary of the founding of the ladies' auxiliary of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and the observance of this occasion will take place in the Baptist church. The morning services at each of the churches will take place at the usual preaching hour, but the members of the F.pworth League of the Methodist church will come together half an hour earlier thart the usual time, meeting at I 7 o'clock, in order that all may attend the union meeting. A special program has been arranged for the celebration of this anniversary, which will include speaking and se lected music, atid is as follows: Music I!y congregation. Prayer. Remarks by members of the order. Solo By Mrs. Huber. Heading By Miss Smith. Piano Solo Mrs. Harrison. Music By congregation. Trio Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Spangler and Mrs. Huber. Lecture, "Rebekah at the Well," by Rev. C. Sidney Maddox. Music By congregation. A cordial Invitation is extended to all to be present at these services which will begin nt 8 o'clock p. m. TO FORM REPUBLICAN CLUB. The patriotic republican citizens of Mesa and vicinity will hold a meeting this evening in the town hall tor the purpose of forming a club among tho representatives of this political party, and tile hour of the meeting is set for H o'cloc k. Several of the leaders of the unrty will address those present, and working ohms will be laid for the present cam paign. It is the desire of the commit tee that the town hall be well filled this evening with enthusiastic repub licans that the club may be made ; strong and powerful one. the Roosevelt road so far has greatly Improved that popular thoroughfare, and placed it in splendid condition. The road had become worn and rutty in a few places, huflhe grading up and filling .f these places has restored the good condition of the roadway. ELECT PASTOR FOR ENSUING YEAR. At a congregational meeting held in the Baptist church here on Wednesday evening last, the election, for the pas tor for the ensuing year was held, Rev. C. Sidney Maddox, who now oc cupies that position being cnosen to again fill the pulpit in Mesa for an other year. The vote was unanimous, all of the members of the church being well pleased with Rev. Maddox, anil also with the church work wiri h has been accomplished during the time he has been among them. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Maddox are not only tleservedly popular among the members of the congregation but also have a host of friends here who are pleased to know that they will remain in the Gem City. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Phoenix Lodge, No. 2, Knights of I -thins, meets tonight in regular conv- ntion. Tho lodge expects to transact some import -jant business and a big attendance is exp. ( ted. During the fair the grand lodge of the division of Arizona will meet in Phoenix and preparations will soon be started for the entertainment of all visiting knights. h-5"k-:-:-:-i-w-h-h-:-:-h-:-h-:-4- L00KING FOR STREET SIGNS. 35c PER DOZEN For Eggs and we don't ask you to take it out in trade. We will pay the Cash for them. yesterday dated from t.ong Beach said tlu.t he was having a g.Mid time but he carefully refrained from saying a word that would indicate that his respon sibilities in life had in any wise been increased. Finch and Carr, balmers. Tempe, and 179, Carr. undertaker and em Phones, 131 Finch; MOVING PICTURES AI OPtRA HOUSE One Shew Will Be Given On Tuesday Night in the Future. " To the Editor of The Republican. Sir: Ho you know of nnv reason why Phoenix should not have street signs :(,t tly corners of the streets? Not only Strangers but our own people are greatly Inconvenienced by not having th-m. I frequently have people ask me, when in town, where different streets are located and I have heard people living in town say that hardly a day passes that they are not called upon to give directions. It seems that with all the thrift and enterprise of this growing city that we might afford signs on the street and avenue corners. Kindly agitate this matter through your valuable paper and'Iet it not be as it has been in the past. Let Us have home street signs before tlie tourist season begins. Very respectfully, A CRAFTSMAN. Phoenix, Sept. 16. THE MILITARY BALL TONIGHT. The grand military ball arranged for the members of company D here will be given tonight at the Vance au ditorium, and promises to be an Occa sion of more thnn imti.nl Interest n tlie music for the dance program will hp J Phoenix, as of a high class. The large auditorium will be appro priately deeoratjxl with bunting and flags for the (fent, and made very at tractive. Arrangements have been made for the serving of refreshments at intervals during the evening. The members of the company will appear in their new uniforms which FOR LOCATION GARAGE. E. R. Stafford, an automobile man formerly of Nevada, in which s'tate he was extensively engaged )u the garage business, is in Mesa Interviewing the different owners of rap here, with a view to establishing a garage here. There are Several fine automobiles owned by residents here and more are being purchased. Aside from the local trade which a garage and repair shop would be assured here, there is a con stant travel between Roosevelt and well as from other sur rounding places. Mesa being the inter mediate :oint, and with the construc tion of tlie proMised county bridge across the Salt river, this travel will jbe increased several fold. I Mr. Stafford states that should he I find conditions favorable to his plan, j he proposers to establish suc h a busi ness of this nature here. It is general ly hoped mat the idea wiq become a A SUPERIOR VANILLA EXTRACT. ASAMPLE BOTTLE FREE Whether you buy anything or not. come and get a sample lMttle, the- most delicately fla vored, yet greater in strength than any extract ever before made. RijH-ncd in oaken casks for over two years. Just get a bottle free anvway. BARNETT DRUG STORE. . MESA. -5-"-K-:-:"H-:-Hi-:-:-:-:-:--:-H-!-H--;-? nrrivecl from Phoenix vesterd.-i v morn- i I,,.! ..cr ie.. ..' i ti,u'i.n.-a t 'caiitv. as it will necessarily bring ad "'b .ilV4 V . V ..... ... .... Uv, the armory yesterday. These are of khaki, -and the olive drab suits, which they will be supplied with later have not been received here. However, these are in Phoenix, and will be given out in time for the territorial encampment. ACREAGE SIGNED UP UNDER THE HIGHLAND did l-'usincjss chants here. and trade to the mer- Plan Formulated For the Immediate Construction of the New Canal. TREATS ALL CITIES ALIKE. Barnum and Bailey formance Here as Give Same Per in New York. Teeter Bros. Tempe ITHB'WKaHHVni FOR '.Itage SALE. with ev . -room lein e. .".o acre ranch near town. Lowest price known. R. A. WINDES, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. FIREMEN'S SMOKER A GREAT SUCCESS Brown horns. ,! locks. Black setting and white Leg-Rarn-d Plymouth R. I. Red and Minorca eggs for after Sept. 15. A Special Meeting For Tonight. Has Been Called tl.r.O for C. W. ALEXANDER, Calla Dale Poultry Farm, TEMPE. ARIZ. Remember you can hear hoine at a fraction of what cost you at tile opera, tb ter m music, tl.nu a v Edison or Victor. D. A. GOODWIN'S .... STORE. m: an in your it would worlds eek buys NOVELTY GET ONE FOR "HER." to make a present ;r you want to make a which can't be duplicated. "Ibr" a Deli, mothe Real Rose I'in ii-1 two are alike. You cal the genuine at FRANK LA MONT'S. send Hat buy A SNAP BARGAIN. DO YOU WANT IT? Forty acres, good home, well locat ed. 10, 2U, fn and :12(J acres also for sale. A. B. TOMLINSON, Notary and Real Estate Agt. TEMPE. ARIZONA. t RYSI DATES I the finest of the season at Easterwood s The fire department smoker Wed 1 nesilay night was a decided success in i every respect and was thoroughly en- joyed by a good turnout of the- mem bers, though a few were absent on ac count of being out of town. Business for the evening was entirely forgotten and the time was devoted to pleasure and refreshing the inner man. The re was ple nty to eat. drink and smoke and j those in attendance did full justice to j everything in sight. It was the first function f the kind the department !:as e ver e n.ioyed and was made possible- by the liberality of certain citizens who expressed their appreciation of the department by contributing a little cash. The department is now on a metre substantial basis than it has ever be-en before and little affairs of this kind will probably be of more freepient j occurrence in the future. They tend to j keep up inte re st in the good of the elo j partmcnt as nothing else but a fire will and of course it is Impeessible to j stir up a fire every time interest be I gir.s to lag a bit, though the depart ment is just as necessary at all times. No business being transacted at the smoker, a special meeting lias bee n calle d for teinight when matte-rs of im portance will be taken up. It is time that the- department got busy on the organization of a team to c- 'inpete at the fair. That is one of the things that will ce,uie up at tonight's meeting. ! There is plenty of good material In the j Tempe department to put a hose team ' i that should have plenty of speed ami ! i the members are determined that Tempe shall make a good showing, i j They appreciate the liberality of the i I council in making an allowance for! the ir needs and are going to see to it I that the 1 cinpe team lands its share The usual weekly picture show will be given at the Goodwin ojie-ra house teeniglit and tomorrow night. Entire ly new pictures will be shown anil ne-w iHustrate-d songs. Commencing next week, there will be a slight change in the order ef events at the opera house. Instead of Friday night, one perform ance will be- given Tuesday night and tlie second em Saturday. This change is made for the reason that on Friday night the opera house 'is in much de mand for dances. It is the only hall n town now that is available. 1 .Mr. Gooelw in is also making arrange ments to ojM-n the skating rink next week If there is a vacant night. He Is now having his skates cleaned up and put In shape for the opening. On Wednesday evening, the 23rd, tin re will be a vaudeville' performance at the opera house, the particulars of which w ill be announced later. Canned Kraut Tamales ' Lobster t and Shrimp the finest ever PARRY'S Special Sale of Coffee FOR TWO DAYS ONLY Our regular 40c Coffee, 3 pounds for SI. 00 Our regular 30c Coffee, 4 pounds for SI. 00 Our regular 25c Coffee, :" pounds for S1.00 Our regular 20c Coffee. 6 pounds for S1.00 THE Arizona Mercantile Co. T Without the lightest detail changed the two performances of the Barnum and Bailey Greatest Show on Earth w 111 be given here as presented in New York City, where at the beginning of the season the engagement the-re was pionounced the best ever given bv the Barnum and Bailey circus in all its fifty-four years' history. The return of the parade is smother thing that en hances the, reputation of this gicat or ganization, which for many years has be-en the originator and leader of all matters pertaining to the circus arena. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec ords f the offices of the district clerk, theprobate :ourt and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title Company. The records for yesterday were: RECORDER'S OFFICE. Albert Carte-r and wife to Isaac Mondreau. deed to part blk. 40, Col lins addition. W. K. James and wife to Geo. W. Halm, de-eel to W4 NE'i NE'4 Sec. 1. 2N IE. Austin Jay and wife to Jno. L. Irwin, deed to lot 25, Monte Vista Place. Rose E. Scott to II. B. Scott, deed to lot 14. blk. 24, and lots 5 and 7. blk. 62, Phoenix. Geo. H. N. Luhrs and wife to Kunz Bros. & Messinger. bond deed to lot 3. blk.y 52. Phoenix. In addition to the re port of the meet- ing of the Highland Canal Construction company, jheld here on Wednesday i afte rnoon, and which apitenred in yes terday morning's Republican, other im nortant business was transne-ted a 1 statement of which was not published ' t,;ll"P Rowers. because of the fact that the meeting waseielel until a late hour in the afte r noon. Another proposition was submitted by Mr. Smith, in addition to the one' stated by H. L. Chandler at the meet ing, namely that the farmers we-re to pay five dollars per acre for each acre which they owned under the New Highland, and in this manner secure the re-aely money needed to construct the waterway. Mr. Smith suggested that it might be possible to assess a tw ent .-five per cent valuation, and in this way obtain the: money nee-cssarv. About 1500 acres "f land we-re signed up at th-e men-tin? by thj land owners, who desired that the canal be- built by th ; Ilig'.lan l Ca nal Construction company. The-re were sevoral of the landowners present, however, who declined to accept the proposition made by the company, and gave as their obj'-itiens the subscrib ing of money for the purieosc eif build ing the same, ralhe-r preferring the idea voiceil by several of the speakers during the afternoon, which was to the effect that the work be dene by small cor tracts, each person to receive pay ment in government script fer the re mi;al of so many cubic yards ef dirt in the cana! right of way. stating that in their opinion !t was considered im practicable to subscribe this am. unt of money for the building of th water way and later to pay for the use of the water furnished them. There was a gejod attendancTut the meeting, several ladies being In the audience. Governor Kibbey, Engineer Lllill and Mr. Fowler all departed for their homes in the capital city on the 4:30 o'clock train. THE HEART OF MARYLAND. Mr. Raymond Whitaker yesterday received a telegram from his new spe cialty people stating that they will ar rive in Phoenix Sunday morning. This will be pleasing new's to theater-goers as good vaudeville acts have been very scarce In Phoenix for a long time. Ap propriate new costumes for the opening production are now on the way and with several new people In the cast, a handsome new curtain, brand new scenery, moving pictures, illustrated songs, and excellent music by the Myrtle orchestra, everyone may attend the opening of the Third Avenue theat er Monday night feeling sure that he v!il get his money's worth "an 1 then some. Chart opens at Larson's phar macy Saturday morning. Information wanted of Bessie Greiner. write to father. Calvin TV Grelner, Yernn, San Bernardino Co., Calif. ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST. Attention is calb-d to the change 'f the arive-rtiseme-nts of I-sueur-e ;ibbon.s Co. and K. P. Grove-r in this issue. M. P. Holladay was a pass r.ger to Phoenix yesterday to which city he went to look after his race horse which is being trained on the track at the fair grounds. It is Mr. Hollad.iy's in tention to have the animal put on the track at the territorial fair, should he show good speed. i ne loiiowing were passengers via the Sattock A- Nimnio stage iine to Roosevelt: D. o. Robinson, L. F. Ants and Yresodis Querblo. Manager P. G. Carney and Joe Com-bere-c arrived in town Wednesday from Camp Bowers. Mr. Carney i-; down for the purpose of attending to mining business connected with the claims at While in the chy. both Mr. Carney and Mr. Coiriberec. who are members of company 1, will secure tiieir new munition. Mr. Com'oerec is a new attache of the organization and is a good bugler, having willed this place in the fifth cavalry of the United States regulars for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. A- H. Dunning who left Mesa early in the summer for cooler zones, returned yesterday from a lengthy vacation, the fore part of which was passed in Flagstaff and the remainder in Present t. They were fa vorably impressed with the two cities. but nevertheless, are glad to be back in Mesa again. The grading which has been done op Alhombra Hotel Finest of rooms. Stage leaves daily for Roosevelt and Globe. E. P. G ROVER CIGARS AND STATIONERY. FINE SODA AND MINERAL WATER. I"'1 ""'" I t ;. M i M, H-H-H BARGAINS BARGAINS 55 acre ranch, good brick house, cost J1SO0; plenty of wate r, 2 Vi miles from Mesa, or will cut property in half. Priee $oi0. 120 acre ranch, two good houses, leest land in the valley, plenty of water, $4000 cash will handle it; bal ance on easv terms. MESA WATER FOR SALE, $300 PER SHARE. MONEY TO LOAN. Pomeroy-Guthrie Really Co. Oldert Agency in Mesa. 1st door east of P.O Mesa. Arizona. MESA HOTEL. European plan. Large, clean, ooms. Splendid dining room in nection, under the direction of A. W. Cornett L. V. GUTHRIE, Proprietor. airy con-Mrs. Tlano tuning. Call up Redewill's. TO EXAMINE TELLIRIUM CLAIMS. B. S. Ruppe of Blackfoot. Idaho, ar rived in Mesa yesterday from his home in the north, the object of his trip be ing to examine the tellirium mining claims, located northeast of this city. Mr. Ruppe is a thoroughly experi enced mining man, and is interested in several fine propositions in Arizona, besides several in his home state. Mr. Rupp will leave shortly for the scene of his investigation, and after thor oughly looking the proposition over, will decide! as to whether he el-sires to become a stockholder in the Tiliirium Mining company. Some fine specimens of ore have been taken out of the property from time to time, which run high in gold, carry ing a small amount of silver. Develop ment work is now in course ef prog ress there. Mr. Griffin, a scientific mining man, recently of Globe, acting as superintendent and general manager of the operations. Mr. Rupp is a cousin of W. A. Bur ton of this place, and is prominent and well known in the mining world, hav ing been engaged in this pursuit for many years. FRIDAY, SEPT. 18. dle-r Skating Saturday -Afte-r noon and Evening. WISE TALK. It is with considerable pride and chest expansion that we an nounce the opening of the snappiest lines of New Fall Clothing. Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Neckwear, etc.. we have ever been privileged to "gaze" uKn. They are here in tlie newest styles and colorings, and while they have no "feathers" on they are not one minute behind the band-wagon. Iet's show you. THE TOGGERY. Mesa. .-" The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes.' SCHOOL BOOKS and kinds School Supplies of all -Tablets, Pads, Pencils. The prices are right. M. P. H0LLIDAY THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take you through of the most scenic stas for Information. Fare, to Roosen-elt from Mesa In ten hours. One e routes in America. Five relays. Phone us $6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. A NEW FALL LINE STAPLE i OF GINGHAMS, PRINTS, OUTING FLANNEL, AND A LINE OF DRESS GOODS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY. WE HAVE ALSO JUST SECURED AN ATTRACTIVE LINE OF LADIES' FOOTWEAR, IN WHICH ARE INCLUDED ALL THE I LATE DESIGNS. A. Hunsaker HAVE YOUR MEASURE for that new Fall Suit, taken by B hiring Co. of Chicago, for whom Your measure will be taken correctly and fit. THE LESUEUR-GIBBONS STORE, Kahn of the Strauss Bros, Tai we are western representatives. and your suit will have style MESA, ARIZONA.