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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1909.
19 1I ,!! ;H"M"M"I"M' iA AA-V 11 HI V 1 I ISM Illinilllinil M-l I I it H t 1 1 1 i H I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I i MM' iA t H t H"l"M"l"l"M '! m f II I 1 1 1 HAAA 1 1 II M"I"M"H"H 1 1 1 H"H'1"1"1 111111 1 ! 1 H 1 1 iAA -HI lillllliniilllMUl H-t'f Mesa DejpaHinaeBt iAAA ;.,;;, ,;,,;;;, ; ;;.; ; r H,.H I !' I I I i! I H'tHW 1 1 -1 IM t t 1 1 I H llllUlllllll H 1 1 I 1 AAA AAA iAAAAAAAAA Hill 1 "H M Hit H 1 1 llllt 1 III II H IH I-1M Ullllll IA I' i 1 1 AA I I I I 'HI AAAA H H ! I I t I I I I t I I It- H-H-H-K'H-1 I AAA AtAAAAAAA m, S-H 1 1 1 1 1 lit -IAA -1AAAAA-11 $60,000.00 THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hours. On f the most scenic stage routes In America. Five relays. Phone as for Information. Fare, $6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. HI 1 1 I I I I I t I H-W I Hil'ii-H-'I-M-M-H-H-H t H H M.I H-Mlt V. SPECIALS For Saturday and Sunday: Vanilla Ice Cream. Ambrosia Cream, 3. X Hokey Pokey, Lemon Sherbet, Strawberry Sherbet. Extra special. T Marshmallow Sundae, al HH"H' r'l''H - H!"I"t"I"l"l'H - i - H' fWArlAAAAAAAAArWrirMAri I I 11 A it PIPE 1 'I' IAA !! 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I I 1 I' I I I 1 M I M IM I IA ! MORE NEW HATS. A big line of Gloversilk Gloves in short and i long lengths. Another shipment of Street Hats at I A. HUNSAKER S. '1 M 1 M 11 11 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 A AAA-iAA V I I RDesa Butter For Sale by All Leading Grocers in Arizona and Mexico. '11 1 t I 1 I I t M"K"1"M H 1 H Ml I I Mesa Union High :: School Building Sou- :: venir Spoons at Mesa Jewelry Store :: ,t, ;H"H"1' I -M t..H"I"I"I"I"li 'I'i M"l -VI ! HI LOY'S RESTAURANT The Best-Meals in Town. Short Orders. North Side Main St. I I I M I I I I I I I 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 I I I I : ! Snap in School Land ; : 160 acres with $2500 : ;: brick house; 120 acres ! 1 : of alfalfa, balance grain ! all fenced and cross- fenced with 22 shares ! water. Close to Mesa. ! Price for short time ' :: $8000. Terms. : 1 1 240 acres 1 mile from Mesa, with six shares ' Utah water; all in cul- ' '. '. tivation. Splendid loca- tion for subdivision. : : Pjioe $25,000; one-third ' ' tenns on balance. AjJieroyGnthrie Realty V15? Company I The Oldest Realty Co. in Mesa. J Box 247. I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I !"M '1 WMI I I I 'I1 i..H"l"H"M"H IAA ORANGE LANDS AT MESA ARE THE BEST INVESTMENT. f Arizona Land Co. $ J MESA, ARIZONA. HI I 1 1 I 1 11 I 1H iAAA A A 1 HUH - - MAAAAWrHr&riAA I 1 I 1 I 1 I -V H OurVoileSkirts are the very latest style and of the best quality cloth, ranging in price from ..........$8.00 to $15.00 Panama Skirts from $3.00 to $8.50 Brilliantine Skirts in Miss es' lengths $2.50 Ladies $2.50 to $6.00 TheLesueurGibbonsCo i "The Reliable Store." Mesa, Ariz. IAAA HAAAAA VI II I 1 I M It I I Vi-i f THE CAPITAL AND I SURPLUS THE MESA CITY BANK I. We solicit your patronage TTflT.T. ATI A V'R - I"l"IllI"I'l I 'H-H-M-l"!" ; .g. -f V IA Ml I Hti-HH ii "t "I A M-MAAA- A carload just received. special price. Ask for at O. S. STAPLEY & CO. M'i-ri'1''I'l''t"I"l"MH--l"I"r1''''I""t"t"t"t"l"I"I"I"I"r'l"''l' 1 -IAA iA I II I I 1 I I I M I III M I 1 I 1 1 I 1 'M ! I I I 1 I 1 1 I M till! H i I H I A strictly fancy creamery product for table use, always pure and fresh. The Mesa Dairy & Ics Co. Manufacturers. BRIDGE ENTHUSIASTS HE3E. The Tempe bridge committee or a part of the committee appeared on the streets of Mesa with banners fastened to their vehicles reading "Vote for the Tempe bridge, the shortest route." The principal efforts of the gentlemen was principally a person canvass. Dwight B. Heard, who has come to be known as Dwight B. Center Street, appeared on the scene a little later and made arrangements for taking a party of Mesa citizens down the river to the Center street crossing. The object of the junketing party is to learn the real facts about the road between Mesa and the lower bridge site. The reports of the Center street and Tempe bridge committees are directly at va riance and it is hard for a timid man to know which faction to believe. It is understood that George S. Irwin of the Free Press is to be a member of the party and will set forth his views upon his return. TO THE PATRONS OF MESA SCHOOL. Many parents are allowing their children to drop out of school before the close and in many cases are asking if their absence from school for the rest of the year will interfere with their promotion. In this connection I desire to say to all patrons that both to the pupil and the school the last two weeks are of the utmost importance and that pro motion cards will be Issued only to those who stay in school and finish their work, and those who drop out of school before the close will be placed In the same grade at the opening of of school next year or pass as rigid an examination as at the close of the term. Thenly exception that will be made is where a reputable physician states that the pupil is unable to attend school. Tours respectfully, JOHN D. LOPER. FRIDAY DINNER PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Spangler enter tained at a Friday evening dinner par ty. Mr. and Mrs H. L. Chandler and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Waring. N. O. B. C. DINNER. The X. O. B. C. organization which is a children's club whose real name can be learned by asking one of the members or at least some information concerning it, gave a dinner party last night in the rear of the M. W. Brack residence. The membership list Is In creasing and especially so when din ners are to be served. The menu last evening included a number of Mexican dishes. SUBJECT OF PESTS "THE BEST WAY IS TO NEVER ALLOW THEM TO LIGHT HERE FOR A MINUTE." G. G. Norton of Havana, Cuba, Ex plaint What Fighting the Beetle Really Is. G. G. Norton, an orange grower and nurseryman direct from Havana, Cuba, whose name was mentioned a few days ago as being the guest of his old friend W. K. Bowen, has dropped a few re marks on the industry which cannot be out of place In this section since Mesa is destined to become the center of the orange Industry. Mr. Norton, as have all the gentle men who have visited this section from other orange 'growing districts, is strong in his statements that the" ut most care must be taken in the pro tection of the trees from the pests. It is his opinion that the .thing to do is to never let the beetle or the smut or snail get a start if possible. Mr. Nor ton has been Interested in the orange business in Cuba for the past eleven years and he has been so favorably impressed with the prices received for Arizona oranges In the New York mar kets that he has decided to locate in this place. When told by Mr. Bowen that he had never used a cent's worth of spray or powder or anything what ever on the trees here he could hardly believe the statement. According to Mr. Norton, In Cuba the women from the poorer classes are hired for twenty-five and fifty cents a day to take a small brush and whale oil soap and go entirely over the tree. This, he claims, is the only successful way in which to fight the pests in Cuba. He states that It is very expensive as well as being a great detriment to the trees. FORMAL OPENING A SUCCESS. Hundreds of Thirsty Persons Had One on Everybody's Yesterday. There is probably no better drawing card for any establishment than that adopted by Everybody's drug store yesterday to "Have one on the house." There were those who drink it every day- and those who never drink it at all lined up for their "One on the house." It is not known as yet just how many availed themselves of the splendid opportunity to tank up but it is safe to say that the five hundred mark was reached. The store was beautifully decorated with bunting on which the word "Welcome" appeared at short intervals. Sweet peas and roses completed the decorative scheme. A considerable amount of the success of the function is due to J. P. Striegel, the expert in charge of the fountain throughout the day. The affair was a success as a business getter for the class of goods put out by the estab lishment cannot fail but be remem bered by those who had a sample yesterday. , OPERETTA SUCCESSFUL. The Songs and Acting of the Little Folks Was Highly Pleasing. The operetta. "Cinderella in Flower land" or "The Lost Lady's Slipper," which was presented to a very appre ciative audience at the Mesa opera house Friday evening shows the re sults of persistent and well directed, training. The success of the enter tainment is due principally to the un tiring efforts of Mrs. Ottillie Phelps, who has given the production her at tention for the past several days.- LEAVES FOR MEXICO. F. E. Jenkins who has been in the employ of the Shattuck-Nimmo ware house company for the past several months has resigned his position and will leave in a few days for Mexico where he will join a railroad surveying party. Ellis Pew has been secured to take the place made vacant by the resignation of Mr. Jenkins. r PLEASE LET ME KNOW When Your Mortgage Becomes Due. If you have not already arranged for an extension I can renew your mortgage for you, or increase It if advis able, on easy terms. In the past six months I have placed over $200,000 in mortgages on Improved properties In Phoenix and the Salt River Valley. I represent a com pany which Is in a position to be more liberal as to extensions, partial payments and releases than the average individual. If you have not the time to come In and talk to me please fill out the blank below and mail it to me. I will let you know at once what I can do. My references are the Phoenix National Bank and any man who has borrowed money from me. E. A. MARSHALL, 7 West Adams St. TO. E. A. MARSHALL, Phoenix, Arizona. DEAR SIR My mortgage for $ becomes due on It Is on property de scribed as 1 value the property at t Please let me know on what terms you can arrange for a renewal, or if you can increase the amount. Name.... . . Address. STURDY GERMANS ARE THE NECESSARY ARTICLE AGRICULTURALIST WITH SUGAR BEET COMPANY BELIEVES THEY ARE DEVELOPERS. Gives Out the Statement That Salt River Valley Is a Garden Spot. Mr. Wintcrhoffer, the agriculturalist of the Southwestern Sugar and Land company, as well as being the agricul turalist for the entire string of enter prises in which Mr. Davie and Mr. Mc Kenna are interested paid a visit to the Mesa section Friday and was astonish ed at the condition of the beet crop. He has just come from a section where the beets have been frozen down to the ground and are continuing to suffer from the cold and he was in a good position to appreciate the climate of this place. Mr. Winterhoffer was es pecially free to give out the statement that he believes a good sturdy German colony would do a good deal for this section of Arizona and do a great deal toward developing Its resources. While in the city he was the guest of K. L. Mumford who showed him the Inter esting places of this section. RETURNED FROM ROOSEVELT. James W. LeSueur. W. Aird Mac donald, Leroi C. Snow, and Isaac Rogers returned Friday evening from Roosevelt where they have been for the past several days. The party en joyed a ride on the lake in the gasoline launch as well as row boats. The trip was made all the more instructive as well as enjoyable from the fact that Mr. Snow is a taxidermist as well as a close student of nature. He was able to point out the varieties of birds as well as the disposition and nature of the trees. Mr. Snow is a splendid shot and to him the party owe the success of their bagging such an amount of game. EPWORTH LEAGUE SERVED. The Epworth leaguers served ice cream and cake at Holladay's yester day and did quite well from the fact that Everybody's were opening their fountain with a grand "Have one on the house." FIELD DAY COMING. With the fourth of July looming up in the horizon and the bridge question sizzling hot the field day exercises to be pulled of at this place on the 28th of this month must not be overlooked. CHURCH NOTICE. Methodist church, A. L. Hawley, minister. The morning theme next Sunday, "Progressing by Forgetting," will endeavor to show why a good memory renders many people prac tically useless. "The .Life of Joseph; Finding of Moses: and the Hebrews in Egypt," will be the Bible stories il lustrated with stereopticon pictures in the evening. Abundant shade and ven tilation makes the church building nice and cool. Bring the children we want them, too. WATER EXPECTED TODAY. The ranchers and especially the can taloupe and beet growers who have been put out considerably the past few days on account of the shortage of water are going to look for a good head to come down the Mesa today or tombrrow. It is understood that a good head is coming In this direction. CHANGE IN DINING ROOM. Mrs. M. H, Best and Mrs. Elmer Ruse have taken charge of the Alliam bra dining room. The ladies have had considerable hotel experience and Mrs. Best Is recognized as one of the best pastry cooks in this section which will go towards making the Alhambra a popular place. BUYS A RANCH. G. L. Young, the Chandler block jew eler, has purchased a twenty-acre ranch two and one-half miles south east of town from Frank Barkley, and is having a bungalow erected for Im mediate occupancy. Mr. Young con templates that he wiH be able to move into his new home within a few days. JAS. DAVIS Oil TRIAL FOR ATTEMPTED BRIBERY Discharged From Custody on Account of Lack of Evidence. James Davis who was arrested over a week ago on a charge of attempted bribery on a complaint sworn out by James Daley, was yesterday released from further custody in Justice Irwin's court, because there was no evidence introduced by the prosecution to war rant the continuing of the case. It will be remembered that Davis was charged with offering Frank Mc Caffney one dollar to make affidavit that Jay Davis, the son of James Davis, was the head of a family in or der to hold a homestead filed upon by the younger Davis and on which Daley had filed a contest. THE WISDOM OF REPORTERS. Only a few days ago an article ap peared on this page to the effect that a rumor was out to the effect that no less than three prominent young cou ples would be married during the month of June. Since the article ap peared no less than five young men have presented themselves and asked how such information leaked out, and in oniy two instances were the young men who the reporter had in mind when writing the original article, and even then some people are given to making the remark that reporters think they are awful smart. o CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office Phoenix, Ari zona, April 20, 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Thomas J. Webb, contestant, against Homestead Entry No. 1009, Serial 02201. made September 14, 1909, for NV4 SE N'H SW4. Section 30, Town ship 1 N., Range I E.. G. & S. R. B. and Meridian, by Philip T. Walsh, contestee, in which It Is al leged that said, Phillip T. Walsh has abandoned said land for the last six months and has never made his home thereon, nor has he made any improve ments on said land of any kind what ever; said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m., on May 28, 1909, before Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office, Phoe nix, Arizona. r Everybody's Mesa, You are Cordially Invited to Attend the Formal Opening of Our Iceless Soda Fountain Saturday, May Fifteenth, Nineteen Hundred and Nine, Till Nine p. m. Motto for the day: "Have One on the House." Everybody's Mesa, ( I N HO II A in nrrei i Hosiery 4'M"M"H"H"I' I I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 M-K The Salt Rivsr Valley Bank :: i The repre sentative bank or Mesa. VVe welcome your account. -i"H 1 1 1 inn 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 i i' The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed April 26, 1309, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this no tice cannot be made, it is hereby or dered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. CHARLES E. ARNOLD, Receiver. ROSE BAY The New Remedy for Lung Trouble and Consumption. The one treatment that gives favor able results. Under favorable climatic or home conditions the effect is in creased many fold. The benefit of a Ten Days' Treatment is sufficient In centive to continue until cured. Write for book of results r ir.i $2.00 for IS or. bottle prepaid. Two-fold action builds up and destroys germs of disease. Pleasant to take, soothing and healing. One treatment will convince. Book free. ROSE BAY MEDICAL CO., 830 N. Y. Life Bldg., Kmn City, Mo. Drug Store Arizona. I Drug Store Arizona. S I E R Y we are well supplied with the staple blacks and tans. We have the Laces. Embroideries. Silk Lisle, Mereerized Lisle in Copenhagen blue, champagne. Lon don smoke, cadet blue, pink and white. Ladies Suede Pumps in black and London smoke shades. The Ladies' Panamas will be here in a few da vs. THE TOGGERY For Men. For Women. Regular Dance at THE VANCE Saturday Night. H- l 1 'H 'H 1 1 11 1 1 I U 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 V Y The best bread; the most gro ceries for the money at Mesa Bakery & Gash Store Peterson eV Home. 1 1 M It I Mil I II Mill 1 "M-M"t-fr t Ice Cream --at GROVER'S 1 1 1 1 1 M I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I1 1 Hill' 1160 acres relinquishment In township 1. north of range 4 T Jeast. with 4 room frame house, 4 porched. Good well, cased, with T , , pump; buggy shed, some chick- en wire fencing; about 10 acres ' cleared. Small price. All sign- . , ed up in reservoir. i The Mesa Land Co. it Mesa, Ariz. H-M-H' AA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 AMENDMENT TO THE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE i HARQUA-HALA MINING COMPANY. At the annual stockholders' meeting I of the Harqua-Hala Mining C"n pany, j duly and legally held in Phoei ix. Ari j zona, on the 6th day of April, 1909, the i following amendment to the Articles j of Incorporation of said company was I duly adopted by an affirmative vote of a majority of stock of said, company, to-wit: ! ResoK-ed, That Paragraph Sixth of ' the Articles of Incorporation of the Harqua-Hala Mining Company be. and j the same is hereby, amended so as to read as follows: "Sixth. That the highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which the corporation is at any time to subject itself is six hundred and sixty thou sand dollars (1660.000.00)." , IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the pres ident of said company has hereunto set his hand this 15th day of April. 1909. ELVEN T. LARSON. CHARLES M. HUMPHREY. (Corp. Seal) Secretary. t State of Michigan, "1 County of Gogebic ss. Before me, George H. Beddow, a No tary Public in and for said county and state, personally appeared Elven T. j Larson, president of the Harqua-Hala Mining Company, to me known to be 1 the person whose name is subscribed I to the foregoing instrument, and ac knowledged to me that he executed the same for the purpose and considera tion therein expressed. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my notarial seal this 13th day of April. 1909. (Seal) GEORGE H. BEDDOW. Notary Public in and for Gogebic County, Michigan. My commission expires August 4, 1909. ll,lll;;,.;;IIH-lMl.Ml.l..t..;..i..i,.;..;,ls.,l WASH SKIRTS Bran new line. Just arrived by express. Prices From $1.25 to $5 The Popular -H-H1 't"M' V V'V'V WA V M I I I I ! 1 '