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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 190S. 9 i. V fi n 1 1 i 1 1 n 1 1 1 n ilium m-h i i 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 ii i in i h hii I'Hii ! i ii imiiiiiiiniiii Tempe Department F. W. GRIFFEN, Manager 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 III 1 I K1 1H Ml 111 MM HI 1 I Ml 1 1 I I Mlllll 1 MM-M-H-M-H 11 MM Winter Chocolates Have Arrived Phone 171. HARMER'S DRUG STORE Next Door to P.O. Tempe NORMAL, HIGH AND PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS, CALL ON US FOR YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS WE HAVE A COMPLETE SUPPLY. LAIRD & DINES CORNER DRUG STORE TEMPE, ARIZONA Phone 231 days before hand. The country people and parties driving from Mesa com menced passing through town shortly after daylight and kept it up until noon. By sundown the stream had turned the other way. BABY'S DEATH. The two-month-old baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. E. Iihman. whose serious Ill ness was announced a few days ago, died Sunduy afternoon at five o'clock. The funeral will be this morning from I the home at ten o'clock and the inter ment will be made In the Double Butte cemetery-. Mrs. Carney, who wir ed, replied that it would be Impossible for her to arrive here in time to at tend the funeral. LILY MILK A HOME PRODUCT. FOURTH ARIZONA FAIR, PHOENIX. Nov. 9 to 14, 1903 Attraction Extraordinary. SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. MANUFACTURED AT TEMPE, ARIZONA 5 m m mm T SHOES SHOES A GREAT BARGAIN IN SHOES. $2.00 and $2.50 Ladies' Oxfords for ... $3.00 and $:i.5o Ladies' Oxfords for J3.00 and J3.50 Men's Oxfords for $4.00 and $4.50 Men's Oxfords for Many other bargains In the shoe line on the South Side. S1.G." S2.35 Sli.GS We carry the largest stock W. LUKIN CASH STORE ;-h--w-x--k:- X WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Gents' Furnishings A RANCH DEAL. . The Ben Pearman forty-acre ranch a mile and a half west of Tempe has been sold to H. H. Cole. This place was old cheap, a I'tt'e loss than a hundred dollars an acre. The sale was ni.ide through the agency of H. H. finest. Mr. Oriest also advertises in this morning's Issue another ranch bargain. Head his ad and learn the particulars. P.artlett pcnshs, 2 cts. per pound at the Berkenkamp ranch. ROSSKOPF HYPNOTIST. A Double Bill at the Opera House To night. Professor William Rosskopf, the world's renowned hypnotist and mind reader, will be seen at the Goodwin pera house this evening. The Ross kopf Hypnotic Comedy company is composed of ten people ladies and gentlemen. Special attention is de voted to the scientific portion of the evening's entertainment, while there are always plenty of humorous and ridiculous situations, guarantee! to ex tract sudden outbursts of laughter from the most "solomncholy." This company is making a tour of the southwestern states and territories, and are on their way to the coast. A successful night's engagement just closed at Tucson and this company plpyed here last night to a fair house. Prices 25 33 and 50 cents. Seats on saic at Goodwin's store. r $200 PER ACRE. Land that will net two hundred dol lars per acre is not often found for IF YOU GET YOUR CLOTHES FROM HYDER'S DRESSED RIGHT, AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT, YOU. ARE For a Quick Sale HYDER BROS., Tempe I 80 acres, all in Alfalfa, j X t X X A SNAP BARGAIN. - . -.DO -YOU WANT ITT ' Forty acres, good home, well locat- ed. 10, 20, SO and 320 acres also for I sale. A. B. TOMLINSON, Notary and Real Estate Agt. A HONEY SHIPMENT MADE TO EL PASO TEMPE, ARIZONA. j The Arizona Honey Exchange Will Alto Ship a Car to Denver Next W-ek. Canned Kraut Tarn ales Lobster and Shrimp the finest ever PARRY'S Wm. Rohrlg, secretary of the Ari- ona Honey Exchange yesterday loaded j"Jj a car of honey which wjjs last evening J. j shipped to El Paso. This is one of the I many cars that will be shipped to D?n- j t. j ver in a short time. The crop this X I year was a good one and exceeded by 'f i a smaii amount me yicui oi last year r when twenty-four cars of honey were 1 shipped fpira this valley, eleven of this I number being shipped from this point. 1 This is one of the largest places f or the handling of bees in the world. 1 There is probably no other place where so many are kept in a limited area as in the Salt River valley. Here the pro- : duction of honey is now and has been j .j. ni yti&i, .in iiiuiiMry oi greai Importance. While bee keeping as a business is general all over -the valley, the district in tile vicinity of Tempe leads easily in the number of colonies of bees as well as the amount of honey produced. Here as in other parts of y this great valley has the business be-11 come specialized and large apiaries are 4? ...... .I..,., ,.r v. . ' i" mm- .UK. . lie I'MIIIUM ui inr U M.I I is almost entirely extracted honey is shipped to the eastern market car load lots. The business Is very ! remunerative when properlv handled can hear In your , am, t.ach r brin t tho vaev I from $23,000 to j:,0.()oi. The mild climae here makes bee t t k miles from Tempe; f 7 X $ first pro rate water; J j land free from alkali, well improved. $100 per acre if taken at once One of the Essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a rast fund of information as to the best methods of promoting' health and happiness and right living and knowledge of the world's best products. Products of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented and which have attained to world-wide acceptance through the approval of the Well-Informed of the World; not of indi viduals only, but of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting and obtain ing the best the world affords. One of the products of that class, of known component parts, an Ethical remedy, approved by physicians and com mended by the Well-informed of the World as a valuable and wholesome family laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manu factured bj the California Fig Syrup Co, only, and for sale by all leading druggists. sale within a mile and a half of Tempe at a reasonable figure but that Is ex actly what R. A. Wimles offers In his display ad In this morning's Issue. This as a good bargain for some one Wtio is looking for a snap. Read the ad and learn more about It. 4-HH t U Ml I Hill Mill! II 1-H '. 1IH1I1I I I r'tlllMlMM I-I-I 111 I I I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 I I I I H Hi ' Mesa Department W. H. HOGLE, Manager Hit 1111 III 1 1 1 1H I 1 I I 1 1 1 H-M' H"1"H 1 1 I I I I I I I I I 11' Hi II I i Hi I'i HI! Ill 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 I I M. I. A. REORGANIZATION MESA AND ALMA WARDS The Society Clearing the Decks for the Winter's Work. Hello! Where are you going? Why! out to Baldwin's to get pears of course. He has the best and cheapest. BLACKSMITH SHOP CLOSED. The creamery blacksmith shop for sometime past owned anil operated by J. T. I ester, has been sold to J. M. P.owf r and Thos. Thatcher. Roth are piano selection, and a reading by Miss The Mutual Improvement associa tion of the Mesa and Alma wards were reorganized Sunday evening. At Alma, Jas. W. Lesueur, Andres Mortensen and James Mille r of the Stake Mutual board were in attendance. David T. Hibbert was retained as president for the coming year, and he chose as his counselors Allen Brooks and Jos. L. Standage. James Passey was selected as secretary and librarian, with Nor ton E. Stewart as assistant. Allen Brooks was selected as leader of the senior class and Jas. L. Standage as instructor ror the junior class. uoti instructions were given the young men by the ward bishopric and the Stake officers that were present. The meet ing In the ilesa ward was held In the opera house, and a very pleasing preliminary program was rendered be fore the young ladies and men sepa rated for department class work. A song, "Message of the Old Church Hell," by Miss Maggie Brundage was very creditably rendered. Miss Leila Kemp very beautifully rendered a A DESERTED VILLAGE MESA'S CONDITION The Great Shows Provide Too Strong a Temptation for the Boys. Mesa seemed almost like a deserted village yesterday. The streets looked bare and forsaken. Kven the cold north wind added to the dismal ef fect, as it howled mournfully around the corners. Occasionally a human was seen to pass along the street, but only for a moment, as he soon disapjeared, ashamed to be seen on the streets alone. The cause of the whole matter is that most of Mesa's citizens went to see the circus. It was surprising how manv of the older people went, just to see the elephant and to feed the mon key :eanuts, and some went just to get some pink lemonade aVl poocorn. Aft er the regular morning train, with Its five extra coaches, the town assumed the aspect of a deserted and haunted village. The streets no longer pre sented the appearance of hustle and bustle of a city, but quietly settled down for a day's good rest. The P. E. depot yester-lay morning was sim ply jammed with nervous and anxious people, all trying to get a ticket from Agent Heaston first. It reminded one of a stampede. All courtesy due to ladies was lost sight of, and they were shoved- about without regard for age great lover of horses and It Is that he wont on purpose to see fine horses that will be there. Lewis Ellsworth and family took the circus yesterday at Phoenix. let the ostriches take care of the selves, while he went to see some m African animals, such as the hipj potamus, elephant, etc. Judge L. V. Guthrie took his fan over to see the big show at Phoe yesterday in his big tourist autorr bile-. The judge is getting to be q handy maneuvering the big car handles It with all the grace of a ge ine French chauffeur. practical and experienced blacksmiths Af ton Clark was well received, and will no doubt make a srecess of 'congregation practiced singing the venture. The'or beaut:-. But everybody wanted to go, and that train was sure going to un- Lost Gold watch pin pearls. Return to P. O. net with PERSONAL NOTES. George Wilcox, v ice president of the Pacific Creamery company, arrived der the direction of Miss Deborrah Allen, after which the young ladies retired to the relief hall, where a lit erary subject was discussed. The young men remained in the opera house, where they organized for the coming winter. O. S. Stanley, on ac- ! count of his health, was released with m"le away, he signaled for the here Sunday from Los Angeles and !a vote of thanks. This also released i train to depart, and without warning will spend a few days here. jhis counselors and aides in the work. tne sreat iron horse started off with Finance Compton of Prescott Is vis- v. Aird Macdonal J was then chosen ' its !oal " human freight. Lawyers, iting friends and relatives in Tempe. as president of the association and helplitors- merchants, bankers, reporters. H. T. Harding of Globe was a guest chose Joseph E. Noble and Henry L.lc,,"ks. servants and people of every vo- leave them. The coaches, five In all, were packed to their utmost capacity and standing room was at a premium. Kven the city attorney was forcel to stand on the platform in order to go. When everybody had bought a ticket, and Agent Heaston as unable to give nt the Casa Loma yesterday The Epworth League of the M. K. church will serve hot tamales and cake on the Dr. De Vore lawn tomorrow evening. The W. C. T. I", has elected ll.e following officers for the ensuing year- Peterson as his counselors. Lide cation were in me tnrong. all bound Pomeroy. Jr.. was selected as secre-'for a eood time to be entertained by tary. with Elmer Brundage as assist- (Rarnum & Bailer's big circus, ant and librarian. Frank T. Pomeroy. was retained as senior class instructor, E- M. LeBaron spent Sundav in and B. M. Jones as Instructor in the Phoenix visiting ith the boys of Corn- junior class. Very timely instructions Mrs. B. H. Scudder, president; Miss were given the young men by Bishops Emma French, recording secretary. Horne and Phelps, and also by Stake Mrs. R. A. Wimles. corresponding sec- I Mutual President M. A. Stewart. They retary, and Mrs. H. E. Buck, treasurer, j encouraged the young men to become The union Is rehearing now for a pro- members of the associations pany D. Misses Edith Ellsworth. Grace Peterson, Louise Blackburn and Burns Babbitt drove over to the circus at Next i Phoenix yesterday. There are several duction cf "Tbe Old Maid's C'onven- i Sunday evening Prof. J. D. Loper will!rum"rs in the a'r concerning the fu- to be given at Goodwin's opera lecture to the young men on "Athlet- j it-s." The instructions of each class j will also give a brief outline of the w-ork for this winter. The -mblic Is very cordially Invited to attend the New York meetings at the opera house on Sunday evenings and to become members of the associations. tion,' house October l'.th. t o CLOTHING SHOWING FOR MEN Exhibit of the Latest Styles. Brown and white Leg horns, Barred Plymouth Rocks, R. I. Red and Black Minorca eggs for setting after Sept. 15. $1.50 for 15. C. W. ALEXANDER, Calla Dale Poultry Farm, TEMPE. ARIZ. H. H. Griest, The Hi'b has just received its New York Style Show for Men and Young Men. Clothes of all kinds and descriptions LOCAL BREVITIES. C. L. Deihl, the local weather proph et, took the boys over to see the baby ture of Miss Ellsworth and Mr. Bab bitt; however, the reporter does not pretend to know just what really will happen. Time alone will tell. Mr. and Mrs. Holladay went to see the circus. They drove over by pri vate conveyance. Mr. Holladay is a Alhombra Hotel Finest of rooms. Stage leaves daily for Roosevelt and Globe. E. P.GROVER CIGARS AND STATIONERY. FINE SODA AND MINERAL WATER. 'H-ii l-I-H I' I I I 1 M H l l-yt MESA HOTEL. European plan. large, clean, air, "ooms. Splendid -dining room In cor nectlon, under the direction of Mr A- W. Cornett. L. V. GUTHRIE, Proprietor. r VAW.C AlDlTOKIli.il 1 Regular Dance FRIDAY, SEPT. 25. Roller skating Saturday af ternoon and evening. -5-K-K-K-H- Moving Pictures EVERY NIGHT IN THE MESA OPERA HOUSE by R. A. CHASE & CO. Entire change of program on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Illustrated songs by Miss Vera Macdonald. Admission 15c; children un der 10 years 10c Doors open 7:30. Performance at 8:15. W-H-i-H-K-tt I-H-W-H-H-H-I of the very latest fashions are being elephant. He went over himself to seel shown. :the snake charmer. ' The greatest tailors of New York. I George S. Irwin, his editorship of ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO., whose the Free Press staff, could not resist models are imitated all over the coun- the temptation to see the bis show, try. have furnished the garments now, "hen the circus agent himself had on exhibition. come all the way to Mesa just to give TEMPE, Real Estate, Loans 6V Insurance 40 Acre Ranch i SHll Worth the Money 1 Remember you home at a fraction of what it would cost you at the opera, the world's m'mtbpa In mucin Y1 'til n .1-U. l hiii-o I an Edison or Victor. U. A. UWUWIN5 NUVtLIT 1M miles from Tempe water. Tenie. with GOODWIN'S STORE. SPECIAL SALE OF I keeping a pleasure and does away w ith J many of the disagreeable features so common to the business in the eastern slates. Bees start work earlier and do be tter and the business is at all times a pleasant and a profitable one. J Finch and Carr, undertakers and em- LC I balmers. Tempe, Phones, 131 Finch; ; Glassware and Great Reductions nd i79- carr- , , ; Frank La Mont's Are You Satisfied with the Groceries you are buy ing and the service you are getting? Give us a trial and we will guarantee to please you. We carry only the best of goods and guarantee every thing we sell. We are adding new customers to our list every day. Will you be next? Give us your Grocery trade for a month and we will con vince you that we can please you in the quality of our goods and our prices. . Come and get acquainted with us anyway, whether you buy or not. Arizona Mercantile Co. TEMPE IN A BODY j WENT TO THE SHOW Schools and Business Houses Gave Up the Day to the Circus. I The circus drew its full share o'f Tempe people yesterday and the town was practically deserted. Show day comes but once a year and Tempe peo ple as a rule observe it with due con scientious regard. The public school and the high school made no pretense of doing business while at the jiornial arrangements were made whereby, stu dents could be absent for the aftermxjn and take in the performance. They certainly took advantage of the con cession. Grown people were just as excited about the circus as the young people ana more man one Dusiness house in town was closed for the af ternoon. The special and regular trains were packed and every livery rig in both livery stables had been engaged for This is Melon Land Four acres last year in wat ermelons netted $200 per acre. Can you beat this? This is an opportunity that you can't afford to overlook. For particulars SEE AT ONCE R. A. Windes, TEMPE Real Estate, Loans & Insurance .iiiii i'hi 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 I"I"I"j"I' The men who design the Benjamin him a free ticket into the big tent. Miss clothes are widely known as the ere-I Henrietta did the editorial ait for the ators of real New- York Style. And ' paper yesterday, which came out The Hub has been fortunate enough promptly at 2 p. m. to get their very best productions for! s,r- anJ Mrs- I-saae Dana and son. the exhibition of Correct Clothes for;Mclvin. were passengers on the early Men and Younc Men. i morning train yesterday, bound for the Fashion has dictated high colors, ! Capital City, and to be more explicit, which are very pleasing to the eye, and t" see the bi? show, which will be extensively worn. j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bracket returned Striped patterns are verv frequent yesterday morning from Phoenix, .and produced by tailors whose fingers where they visited Camp Kibbey where are constantlv on the pulse of fashion. I tne N. G. A. is encamped. Mr. Brack They are certain to be worn by cor-'et was loud in his praise of the splen rect dressers. j did condition of the camp and espe- There are many other fabrics; each 'c'ally of the good appearance of Corn- one smacks of true style; that is. New pany D He sars the boys are doing York Style. jgood work and they tower above the With this Style Show being held other companies in appearance and be here just at the beginning of the sea-'havior The boys are being recognized son, there will be absolutely no ex cuse for any man in Phoenix, not be ing fully up to the metropolitan stand ard in matters of dress. o TRANSCRIPT OF RErqcs. The following transcripts of the rec ords ttt the offices of the district clerk, theprobate rourt and the Cvmnty re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title Company. The records for yesterdav wn: Ira N. Crose and wife to E. D. Bloom er, deej to lot 2. block 18. Mesa City. Ernest Crismon and wife to Chas. Bloomer, deed to part lot 2. block 49. Mesa City. Crowell r Holden to Chas. A. Wal cott, deed to IS claims Black Diamond district. Jas. K. Murphy to Chas. A. Wolcott, deed to IS claims Astec mine. Chas. A. Bacon ami wife to Sarah J. Weir, deed to nart XW V section 24 1-N 4-E. J. F. Kelly et al to A. T. Millett, deed to part lot 2, block 26, Mesa City. J. F. Kelly et a! to Geo. F. Millett. deed to part lot 2, block 2G, Mesa City. F. T. Pomeroy et al to L. V. Guth rie, deed to part lot 2. block 24, Mesa. C. B. Williams nnd wife" to G. L. Wilkey, deed to 3.211 feet W' lot 4. Baltimore Heigths. Earl S. Wiatt to W. F. Sehnclly, deed to X'5 lot 1 4and S'4 lot 13, block 2. Evergreen nddition. United States to Victnriano Pere?:, patent to SV- NEM. and NV4 NW',4 section 34 1-N 1-W. 4 FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE - : . ' It will pay you to get a rig from The New Livery Stable. All new rigs of the latest style. Every horse is the best J5at sioney cou'-' buy the best drivers in Salt River Vallev. . THE NEW LIVERY STABLE. !s " j The Crismon Barn, Mesa. i k ; GIANT POWDL We have just received another car load. Also Caps and Ft orders solicited. 0. S. Stapley & Company use- on ses U- 'H-KH4K:-H BARTLETT PEARS, 3 t Leave orders for any quantity at Easterwoods I BARGAINS BARGAINS 55 acre ranch, good brick house. rost $1800; plenty of water, 2 miles from Mesa, or will cut property In half. Price $6000. 120 acre ranch, two good houses, best land In the valley, plenty of water, $4000 cash will handle It; bal ance on easv terms. MESA WATER FOR SALE, $800 PER SHARE. MONEY TO LOAN. Pcmeroy-Guthris Realty Go. Oldest Agency In Mesa. 1st door east of P.O. Mesa. Arizona, by the superior officers and many of them are given responsible places of honor about the camp. Second Lieu tenant Guy Jones was officer of the guard Saturday, while Capt. J. B. Nel son was acting major of the Second battalion. This is an honor to the company and the people of Mesa should feel proud of the boys she has sent to participate in the encampment. P. G. Carney of the Mesa company is regi mental bugler and shows up fine on his steed, blowing out the orders of Colonel McClintock. even to guard mount. Those wishing to write to any of the boys should address it to them. Co. D. N. G. A., Camp Kibbey. near Phoenii. Arizona. All mail addressed thus will reach the boys all right. Paul LeBaron Is reported very ill. He has been confined to his led for the past four weeks with typhoid fever and pneumonia together. Sunday even ing he took a change for worse has been sinking very fast. The at tending physicians have given up all " chance for his recovery and little liope,. is entertained by the relatives of the sick young man. Paul is a great fa- ', vorite among the young people of Mesa j and his friends will regret to learn of.'" his serious illness. ', Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCaulev were' passengers on the ear!;- train yester-' day morning, bound to see the Barnum ',, & Bailey clown. . Mrs. John Pomeroy and children,'" 1 1 i- . i ; i ... 1 1 ,i ...... ti ; n ; . 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 hava ever been privileged to "gaze" upon. They are here In the newest styles and colorings, and while they have no "feathers" on they are not one minute behind the band-wagon. Let's show you. THE TOGGERY, Mesa. The Home of Hart, Schaffner t Marx Clothes. SCHOOL BOOKS and School Supplies of all kinds Tablets, Pads, Pencils. The prices are right. M. P. HOLLIDAY THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hours. One of the most scenic stage routes in America. Five relays. Phone us for information. Fare, $6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. and X i at- I A NEW FALL LINE OF GINGHAMS, PRINTS, OUTING FLANNEL, AND A STAPLE LINE OF DRESS GOODS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY. WE HAVE ALSO JUST SECURED AN ATTRACTIVE LINE f OF LADIES' FOOTWEAR, IN WHICH ARE INCLUDED ALL THE t LATE DESIGNS. A. Hunsaker A. Kimball and son Willie. . t.,..i..t t t t t t t t t , t t t, ? t -....t ,t ,..t. t t , , . , , . . i Mrs. Clara Baker, Mrs. Florence sal- tr and son. Mrs. Lee Fuller and Mrs. ' Nellie Kleinman were passengers to Phoenix yesterday. The big circus was the snecial attraction. Even Lou Trible could not resist the temptation of the big posters that have; been up nbout town for the past two i weeks, and he 'went over to see if the show was really like it was advertised. -Chas. Beaumont, Dave Faulkner, I Phineas Daley, Dan Mahoney and ! Frank Vance were in the crowd that 1 took In the circus yesterday. There were many more, but space does not permit. I Misses Nell Lesueur, Jennie Haw- Kins, Hilda jijuswonn anu irene isouie made up a jolly girls' party that at tended the big show yesterday. QUEEN QUALITY, 1 HE MARK OF ELEGANCE IN LADIES' FOOTWEAR. Just Arrived We have just received a com plete line of the JUSTLY FAMOUS QUEEN QUALITY SHOE in the late Fall designs, including the popular 5th and 6th Avenue, Princess and many others. LesueurGiM)ons Co.