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THEARIZbNA PUBLICAN, FRIDAY ORNttiGf APRIL 23; 1909.
. iwMuntMiinMruninnH4Hrm ,i .m,;,,. f,?t t fir Vfj FT t "t"t t Vt T t" i" t i i i t t Vi"i f t "i i n'ttmmi nnniitiitiiinni iniin IE ' -l ' ' ..i..t.,t.,.,t-i. i t t ........ t -. f ........... 4 .... i . ; . l.l'.' J i". . "i I'' . '.'1 T : ' ' ' ' ' T-r-r-rT-r-r--- miuii i"i wrmri"! T'i T'l 'i 'i "V T't 1 11 1 i 1 'l"l"t"l"I II I . -i-.i. .j. i rum I I HWIHII I I III t I'M IHI! HI I I t 11H MM! I tit-- r ' THE SURGING SALT THE WOMAN WHO WEARS AN VICTIM ii ails VICENTE GRIEGO, GOES 'DOWN ' WITH HIS BURRO AND NOT . . " RECOVERED. Supposition Is That He Floundered in 1 a Bottomleti Hole in Mid-stream. . ii Smrtaf Spec : 1 ' J "MM"""""""MTmWTTtWneaaaaaraWBBrae American L x 1 AMERICAN BEAUTY Stylt 247 Katamtxo tonal Co- Makirs Beauty Corset is conscious that" she looks well, for it is 'dictated by fashion. The stylishly gown ed; woman must give-credit . to the corset she wears. The American beauty cor- '" sets are the best.- $1.00 and upwards. ' tesueupfiifibons Co. Mesa, Ariz. 'Ill t I I'M 1 I I H II r.lil..l.l..l..l...l..I....l....M-"l"l"l"l"Hlt"!"t1t"l"l"H"l"l"l"l' Tailored S h irtwaists ... - Seven dozen of them in twelve distinct styles. Some" : ; '.' new things in sailors is what we have to offer you V today. ' ; -Mesa Arizona. I ,H......t..H...t-H"M"t-H-H.""I"H'i I 1 I H'ii I I I "1 I1 1 1 1"M I'M WW :Agaln the treacherous, dangerous Salt has claimed another human sacri fice, Vineente i-Grlego,' a sheepherder, In the' employ of Clarence Morrow, while attempting; to' cross the stream with' his" burro train went down In mid-stream and neither man nor beast have been seen since. Acording to the best information obtainable it appears that the force of herders went over on the north' side' of the river at a point" about" twenty-five miles east of Mesa, to the sheep, while the river was at a low stage on account of the water be ing held back at the reservoir. The men passed over in safety but when they went to return to camp they dis covered that the stream had swollen considerably and none of the herders save Greigo would undertake to cross. He however made the statement tat he was not afraid 'and he. rode in. He struggled with the swift water In mid stream and was makmgirttle headway, according to those who witnessed the tragedyj-when he Suddenly went down". It is the general opinion of those pres ent that-he went 'lnto a deep hole in the river and that'the' remains of the man and also he: b(irro- will be found at.the spot where "they went down. iM AND GRAIN-CO. LOCATE IN MESA l.i A strictly fancy creamery product n 64 4 I Illtf Af for table use, always pure and fresh. saDiiiierT"!L!cicD For Sale by All Leading Grocers in A rizona and Mexico. a m 1 i .K..i.frM..H"t"M-HH" W I I 1 1 1 1 1 WW 1 1HI1I1I. LADIES' STREET HATS AND MIDSUMMER DRESS HATS, i the most elegant line in the city just received. Xewest stvles, nobbiest patterns. A. HUNSAKER'S. M1 ! ! T -f I 11 1 M IIH r-H'C"H"I''I"l"H"M"l"H'i !"I"K'1iiii1"H If 'It comes from Everybody's Drug Store It is. the best. Watch for the opeiiing day. Mesa, Ariz. TWO YEAR LEASE SECURED ON STAPLEY WAREHOUSE BUILDING. The Phoenix Hay and Grain Company Supposed To Be Back of the Move. THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. rlll lake you' through to Roosevelt from Mesa In : ten- hotira.: One f the most scenlo stage routes In America. Five relays. Phone ma for Information. Fare, $6.00. . MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. 4-H-l"M"i"M "I I WW WWW "Mi i-3-H-i 1 1 1 ii i'M'1-H-M"!1 Miiiii f VVHITE DRESS BALL At Vance Auditorium,' May 1st. Given by the Eebekah Lodge. Three prizes given by The Toggery for the best" dressed ladies. Prizes on display in The Toggery TI'l' "1 "l TT' Ct Ice cream, eake; and fruit punch will be served. ' l-M 1 1 1 m 1 i -1 1 W i I H"H"H-t-"M4-i44 Henry Li George of Phoenix, signed Up a two-year lease yesterday for the corrugated iron warehouse belonging to the O. S. Stapley and 'company, on West Main street, to be used for a hay and grain establishment. While ' Mr. George perfected the transaction. It is understood that the Phoenis Hay and Grain company is the concern behind the movement. The Stapley warehouse has a front age of fifty feet with a depth of 145 feet. It is understood that a par of this space will be given over to barley roller mill, which will be one of the important side lines of the concern to locate here. Th scales which are lo cated immediately west of the ware house w ill remain in the possession of the O. S. Stapley-and company, and the new concern will build scales of their own. The O. S. Stapley and company will immediately commence ,the erection of a warehouse, to be' made of corrugated iron on the lots Immediately south of their store and across the alley. The building is to- be 55 by 155 feet and with a cement floor throughout. This will give them a' floor space of over 8460 feet not Inclusive of. gallerels. Bids for the erection of the building will be let Saturday sometime and the work will commence in all probablity Monday morning thereafter. The Big 4 Sale at TJhe Toggery Prices in all lines have been cut to the quick. We are determined that every " man, woman and child in Mesa and vicinity shall have the opportunity of a life time to buy goods cheaper 'than ever heard of before. Remember the great slaughter in prices continues until Saturday night. Buy Now for the summer. . Here are some prices" that speak out for themselves: Red Seal Gingham '. 9c per yard "Walkover and Floreshiem Shoes '.$2.95 Men's Underwear, B. V. D. and Porus Knit brand, worth regular 50 and 75 cent values, at ... ... 37c No-Name Hats, sold world over for $3.50. .Big 4 -price ......$1.95 Silk: Skirts , ....$1.95' Children's Shoes, smoked liorsehide, worth $2.75. Big 4 .S.....$1.D8 i Ladies' shoes, lace top, worth $2.50. Big 4 price 98c Barefoot Sandals, worth $1.75. Big 4 -price. . .$1.38; Infants' soft sole shoes, worth 50c, sale price. . .20c Towels, Big Pour sale, 10c Fine White Madras, sheer batiste, lawns, dimities, worth 25 to 35c, Big 4 price 19c Beldings yard wide satin :98c $5.50 White Shirt Waists : . . .$2.48 All CONFERENCE OF Y. L AND Y.M. SUNDAY EXTENSIVE PROGRAM FOR AFT ERNOON AND NIGHT SESSIONS." Y0U WILL NOT GET STUCK on barb' wire prices at our store. We bought 'in large quantities. This "is also the tinie for bale ties and fencing. We can furnish vou with these also. ; . " THE O. S. STAPLEY & CO. MESA JEWELRY-STORE Fine assortment set ' rings treludlhg birth stones. All ' goods and ' work guaranteed. - - 1st Door So. P.O. ' Chamber' Block ' i MESA; HOTEL. i Lodging "Hoiise. Best Rooms in 'Mesa. Mrs! Geo. Holland,- Mgr. : You Better Hurrjr! The; Postal Tent Will leave May 3rd. v i A. M. KORF. r1-1-1--H-H111-1"H-rHW- - . Ice Cream and "Sherbet I in fancy bricks and col- X ors. . Orders filled on i short notice, -at : HOLLADAY'S. Mesa, Ariz. I l l i m H-K-S-H-W-H--H-H The Bon Ton Restaurant In Crismon Block. ' Under new managemeht. ' Give-us a trial. . ', fHrirHrW44WiiwW"iW 1 111" ORANGE LANDS i! AT MESA , are the best ! investment: ;:: Arizona Land Co J ; ; I MESA, ARIZONA. ,il,tl,Hi ,!;,,;, HnH,,;,,IllH,,t.,H,.H,., L. C. Snow of Yo'ong Man's Board Will Be Here and Address Meetings. The t5th annual conference of the Y. L.1 and T. M. of' Maricopa stake will be held fti the Tabernacle, Sunday April 23th. 1L. C. Snow of the board .of the Young Men's organizations will be present and will speak at the meetings. The arrangements hflve been made for the' entertainment "of guests. . The morhlng'"TOssion as is customary will be devoted, to. business connected" With with the organization and the hearing of reports. .. AFTERNOON SESSION. '' Finding No. 16, "Come ye Saints" by M. J. A. choir., Prayer. . ( Singing No. 14, "Catch the' Sunshine" by choir. ..'.. Talk"Bthica "from ' a young, lady's viewpoint" Miss Deborah Allen." Duet "Bugle." Song" (Tennyson) Lorena Pas'sey and Louise Blackburn. Talk "Ethics from a young man's viewpoint" Anders Mortensen. Solo "Eye Hath Not Seen" Jos. E. Noble. Slngln'g-No. ' 218, "Count Your Blessings" Choir. ' EVENTNG SESSION- Rfngine-No. 158, "Weary Not" Choir.- Prayer. Singing, No. 204, "Master." the Temp est la Raging" Choir. Missionary akperience Jesse Stew art. . . v Recitation "Aiigels ; Serenade" (by Braga) Vera Rlchlns. with "'violin ob ligate, by; Melvin Dana. ; Missionary. experience Wellle B. jUchina.- ."- -" . Recitation Mtla Shill. of Lehi. '. Quartette "Some ..Glad Sweet DayV (Earl LIsonbea and company of Alma. Song No..- 212, .- Kftd Words are weet ToTftes of -the Heart" Junior .girls, ol'hi , : - r Compare these prices with any yo have ever seen and compare the goods with any you have ever knoAvn. We invite careful investigation. We' are determined v to make the Toggery the home of good merchandise and the abiding place of great bargains. , , ;;. .... ; . . We are headquarters for the White Dress Ball Goods. Buy while the sale is on. See prizes in our window Monday Morning. Special ' sale on now in our White Goods Department. The The Daylight Store. " Mesa, Arizona 44l ; -t "l-"'g- ! ! t'-i-'-t- ! -t- W W iwWW""lWW"i 1"I"M ItW't A SOLDIER FORTUNE A light melodrama with an abundance of omedy, at ihe ; VANCE, FRIDAY NtGHT; APRIL 30. . Miflh Class Specialtier Under birection of R. A. Chase. ,;n.,;t. ,;..; w , , i n ;;;,;,, vil M"t"M-W"l WWW' IMEL LEFT BY DAY. ; W. H. Imel, the barber, who Is want ed here on a warrant charging Mm with, larceny Is thought to have left here Wednesday afternoon about 1 o'clock. It is said that he in company with two other men, were standing around the yards at the local station and it is presumed that they contem plated leaving in a wool car. However the wool car did hot get Out until yes terday and they probably became tired of" waiting. The officers are on the trail and believe that "the 'men walked to Tempe.lt is a gang that : should not be ..rrl to trace, one of the -members hav ing a wooden leg and another having' fiery red hair,: the first named char acteristic will be especially hard to disguise. LOOKING FOR BEAR. ; Charles- MOncrarie and,. Frank-Rector, both of Phoehix, passed through Mesa yesterday in a horseless spring wagon, bound Tor "the wildest spot to be found in the Superstitious .moun tain country, in quest of rhareistcal eratusseportin and jameriteloristepport or any other large;, and vicious beasts that may come monkeying about. Mr i REGULAR DANCE I Saturday Night at The Vance. I .fr$,..H,l.,M,.HHH..K IH1II1 ii The best bread; the most gro-' T : ceries for the money at '- I Wia Bakery & Gash Store Peterson & Home. H'l l lW-WW W HI LOY'S RESTAURANT ... ; The Best Meals in Town. Short Orders. North ..Side Main .St: : tn 1 1 in 1 1 1 in i 4.tllt,,iH i1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 11 lilt- Rector is a linotype . operator in The Republican office, and is taking a va cation. He lays no claims to being a hunter of more than ordinary ability but with the small arsenal carried, in case any game is located something will surely get hurt. (Additional Mesa ' Nen s on pRgo C.) t; - Section 18, township fj It south, range 6 east,:; ; ;i signed - up under gov-; '. '. ;:ernment reservoir, at X ; :! $75 per acre. '. ;:! -120 - acres improved '.' ;; land, fence'd and cross- -; :i fenced, 2 good houses, ' ::jat $12,000; terms. tl .160 acres, 3 miles east- of town ; $100 per ? lliacre. . li'iThc Mesa Land Co. j ; : . Insurance. Loans. ; ; -The youngest Real Es- t ;tate" Company in : Mesa. $ P. O. Box 475. ,S.,Ht;r.H"H"Hiii I M WW 1 1 1- Stationery ' Baseball Goods Bran New Line at , GROVER'S I I I I I I I I I I H M t I IIMHII t THE BEST SNAP OF THE SEASON ; 160 acres 5V miles S. E. Mesa partly un der Consolidated Canal. Level, adjoins improv ed land. Price $60 per acre. Something good: Sec tion school land, . in whole or in : part. All under' government ca- t nal. Price $10 per acre. PomeroySuthrie Realty Company i Oldest Realty Company in Mesa. . I Box 247. ; Mesa, Ariz. IIIIIIHIIIIIMIHIIIIIHt