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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1909.
iiMmiiiiiimiiiiMim.i mnM.i4iiniMiMHMint!ni '' " ' ' ' ' ' ' " 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... t ............. T . T M t T n ,, ,,, n , M ,, 1MJ n ,n m n M 1 1 1 ! lllm lm n , t ltlll lnj 1 4iiinniiunnnniHiiwiniiiinniiinitnMni'ivniniiiMiiiHnitnni'HiHinin"inti M TOGGERY'S SPEIMGENDMLI . 1 ENDING SATURDAY NIGHT BEGINNING SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 5th ; AND ' , , JUNE! 12th rWING to the fact that our room occupied by 'The badies' Toggery" is too small for our fast increasing trade, we are compelled to discontinue the piece goods business, such as ginghams, calicoes, muslins, percales, lawns, and' the dozens of other kinds of goods sold by the yard, and handle only ladies' and children's ready-to-wear garments. Therefore all of our piece goods will be simply slaughtered, sold at a sacrifice, as "we must close them out at once and get, ready for installing our full stock of ladies' ready-to-wear apparel. In addition to the great sacrifice of piece goods hundreds of other bargains in shoes, shirt waists, underwear, hosiery, embroideriesribbons, gloves, etc., will be on sale. OUR' MEN'S DEPARTMENT will also celebrate this great day of rare bargains by offering our entire line of famous Hart, Sehaffner & Marx Hand-Tailored, All Wool Suits at 25 off ; Stetson and No Name Hats at $2.95 ; also 300 pairs of Men's Black and Tan Shoes, $3.00 values, at $1.88. Hundreds of other bargains too numerous to mention here. Read handbills for further particulars and be on hand Saturday for the goods. THE TOGGERY MESA, ARIZONA H 11)11 I'M 1-H-3-H !!' H-t-l'-l- H -l-l-'l'-I-l ...l-.l....H..l..;..l..t..i..t.l....t. IF YOU WANT 1 something nice to finish a meal, keep In the house a good supply of SLICED PINEAPPLE T " 2 lb. cans 20 cents. And don't forget "to Include in your order a quart jar of "Bis- Imark" Chow-Chow, Sweet Relish, Onions, Preserves, in Mason jars; at 40 cents." - I The Lesueur - Gibbons Co. ,H"i-M"H"H"8 ,; .fr,; .MiH"l 1: 1 ;,.M-H-frH"I"M"M-t i S"8 1 1 'H I" MESA, ARIZ. EXCURSION PLANNED FOB ' THE ROOSEVELT M IN CONNECTION WITH FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION AT. THIS PLACE JULY 5. t; , i i , ; i t it ii, m ; ,t ; ; i tHf I I till 1 1 MI I M 8-8 1 t 8 t H 11 f 2 build up home industries by . eating II oil a day's lee Cream, made in Mesa. 5 . HOLLADAY S. iniiinniiiiiii "h i m i miiw i n hum hh 8 ts i 1 1-8' Helt) The Result of the 'Voting Contest Horse Entries in Race Must be in Soon ... COME IN "THE WATER'S FINE." ... In addition to Donofrio's ice cream which you have all tried, we especially recommend, Vichy . Mineral Springs "Water and Lactone Buttermilk. ! EVERYBODY'S DRUG STORE, PURE DRUG DRUGGISTS. THE CAPITAL AND SURPLUS of THE MESA CITY BANK L We solicit your patronage THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. mill lake you .-through' to Roosevelt from Mra lo ten hour. Due f tho most scenic stage route la America. Fl"e relays. Fbone for laf ormation. Fars,' $8.00. . ' MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO." HH-H 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 888888188 8 8 118 8 111 8 1 8 8 8 III 81 H I 8 8 8 8 8'. f STOVES Charter Oak . Ranges and Cook Stoves. : f Note Now 'is the time to buv right - :' f O. S. STAPLEY & CO. 5 Mesa, Arizona. . i' H-M,.H"H-y-H'H 8 811 8 S 8 8 8 18 M"H"8 8 M t l 8 8 8 1 ! W"M"1"N'' Hli'Mt 8 8 1 8 8 ! 1 I I Hi l hi i 8 H i 8 8 8 8 ill 8 8 4 1 18 1 14 hi 8 14 if I . NAP-A-TA1J - Shoes for men. Xap-a-Ta,n Shoe Dressing makes i leather absolutelv wateiproot; at . , A. HUNSAKER'S. "M I 1 1 1 t I n HI l4A"hhll-W till V liliwi. In connection with the Fourth of July celebration which the committee has decided will be held in this city H I 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 1 1 MH1H 1 8 8 8 The best bread; the most gro- f ceries for the money at I Mesa Bakery & Gash Store ; : . Peterson , . Horne. .: ,..,.in.. ,.ii i,,,;,,;,,! I1111UH' Regular Dance At the Vance Saturday Night. t. ;: Mesa Union High :: : : School Building Sou-' : : ::-venir Spoons at Mesa Jewelry Store !:: i i 1 1 mi , i t i t i !,;,; , jl H'H M 1 l i t 8 Ullil t ! i ; Tha Salt River Valley Bank ; : The repre s entative l ; bank or . Mesa. We ; . . ; : welcome your account, i : '. HUhl-hH "ll4 fHilWH.fK HI LOY'S V. RESTAURANT The Best Meals in. Town. Short Orders. North Side Main St. 1 .... t . . i . . r i. : . i.. . . i .. . . .1 .A ...... .. I'll alUiy ULII, 11 19 piUUIICU KKJ Ull 11 excursion to Roosevelt on Tuesday July 6th at a greatly reduced rate to give as many of the visitors as possible a chance to see the dam. It is believed that a number of automo biles c4n be secured from Phoenix and with what are already here that a good many persons could be ac commodated. This will not only be a novel way to entertain a number of the guests, but it will also give many a good deal of first hand informa tion who would not otherwise avail themselves of the opportunity of see ing the running gears of the Salt River valley. One of the Important details of the committee meeting was the racing events which were decided upon. It is highly important that all horsemen understand that all entries must be in no later than June 15th. The follow ing is a schedule. The prizes are to be $50 each to which will be added the entrance fee as a first and second prize. One-fourth mile, saddle horse. En trance fee, $5.00 One-fourth mile, free for all handi cap. Entrance fee, $5.00. One-half mile, trotting in harness. Entrance fee, $5.00.. , One-half mile, pacing in harness. Entrance fee, $5.00. AU entries must be made to M. P. Hoi lad ay, chairman of racing depart ment before 8 p. m., June 15th. Another important decision made by the committee was In regard to the voting contest. All the ballots must be in not later than 10 o'clock, July 1st The votes are as follows: Miss Mesa Cantaloupe Miss Pearl Felton, 260; Miss Jesse Robertson, 26$: Miss Mable Pomeroy, 20: Miss Elsie Jones, 20; Miss Grace Hunsak er, 2; Miss Ethel Sirrine, 10; Miss Grace Petersen, 10; Miss Vera Rich ins, 10. For the Goddess of Liberty Debo-: rah Allen, 100; Gertrude Hansen, 50; Helen Mumford, 10; Amy Allen, 56; Glee Popejoy, 65; Zelma Babbitt, 30; Hilda Ellsworth, 65; Minal Hawley, 8. For Uncle Sam Joe Stewart, 30; Will Mario w, 32; Erastus LeBaron,. 77; Claude Van Antwerp, &5; J. G. Spangler, i; A. J. Chandler, 2; J. T. LeSueur, 13: Wm. Passey, . 10; Jack Allison, 10; Dudley Lewis, 2. FOR SALE A first class ho tel, with all the furniture, in the best location in town, now paying big money. A snap for the right party. A fine six-room brick house, GO feet front by 247 deep. Price $2400. P. O. Box 475. I Chandler Bldg. H-I-H-H-W-H-H-H 8 8 1 I 8 8- H I l-H H-K 1 8 8 l-H 1 8 8' 8 i I 8 TP 1U . TREATMENT: FOR EYES Geo. M. Edmunds has gone to Chi cago where he. will receive- treatment for his eyes. .WJiile living . at Fish Creek Mr. Edmunds received a shock by lightning which blinded him per manently In one eye. The other aye had gradually commenced to weaken and it Is in the hope of restoring its strength that the trip is made at this time to an eminent specialist. Sweet Arizona orange, $2.50 box. Prump'a. (Continued on page 6.) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 Snap in School Land 160 acres with $2500 brick house; 120 acres of alfalfa, balance grain all fenced and cross fenced with 2Y2 shares water. Close to Mesa. Price for. short time $8000. . Terms. Forty acres two miles out; $2000 brick house, ample accommodations; tract in high state of cultivation. Price $8000. Easy terms. f PomeroyGnthrie Realty ! Company . f The Oldest Realty Co. in Mesa. ' Box 247. I I I I I I I I H I I I II I It I I I I I I I til 8 11 1KU1I11 II I "M 8 8 8 8 H Rancher or employers of 4" labor wishing help or men T wanting work can be supplied by notifying ' GROVER'S PLACE. T On Vacant Lot East of Barnett's Drug Store June 5th at 3 o'clock One bay work ream, weight 2300 lbs.; 1 lumber wagon; 1 2-seated buggy; 1 double work harness; 1 orchard disc plow; 1 spring tooth harrow; l:!-in. Oliver steel beam plow; single cultivator; shovel plow; land float; cantaloupe sled; 31 pure White Leghorn hens; 9 chickens; 2 tapoons; a quantity lumber in good condition; 2 ladders; hog fence; water tub; 20 feet of well pipe; 2 bicycles; 1 20-in. grindstone; log chain; 50 redwood fence posts; post hole digger; a lot of shovels, hoes, mattocks and grub-hoes; 500 lbs. corn on the ear; sorghum seed; mail box; cook stove; sewing machine; three cots; iron bed; bed springs; mattress; six dining chairs; 1 rocker; 1 table; 6 dozen fruit cans, and other kitchen utensils. TERMS OF SALE All sums of Five Dollars and under. Cash; over that mount oie year's time will be given at 8 per cent on bank able notes. W. M. NEWELL, C. M. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer, Owner. SNAP 20 acres north of the Bowen orange grove; 5 acres Elberta peaches; 5 acres oranges; 10 acres of alfalfa. Choicest residence property in the valley. . Arizona Land Co., Chandler Court. 1 1 I hl 1 11 1"8 'I I 'M' K"H"M"8"8"H"3"H 8 8 8 1 1 1 8 M M 1 1 8 1 1 1 8 8 8 8 8 8. THE POPULAR STORE. Dry Goods, Shoes, Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Clothing. Next Alhambra Hotel. . Mesa, Arizona. H..;..H..t"I"8"M-H"8"8"8-.rW"8--H'8"M"8-Mii 8 '8"8ii8ii8"8ii8"8i 8 i I 8 I 8 8' I I I- A' strictly fancy creamery product for table use, always pure and fresh. The Mesa Dairy & Ice Co. -- Manufacturers. .-. ' . For Sale by Air Leading Grocers in Arizona and Mexico, lesa Butter 'i