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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1909;
9 : Mini III I (JULY HIT 113 nj p ir iRi irt n n n ri n n n n tp n . Raymond' TEMPE DEPARTMENT IF you want to'build a home, rent a store room or go into business in Tempe-See me, I may help you W. J. Kingsbury 1 II I I Hill 1111 I I Mi! MM O'l Just received 10,000 on us for the genuine. LAIRD I IWI 14 111111111111111 I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 M M I M M I I I I I II H I LILY Is prepared to meet the demands for a milk that is perfectly sanitary and vrhose purity is a known scientific certainty. . For sale by all first class grocers. PACIFIC CREAMERY COMPANY. Tempe, Arizona. II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I 1 1 M 4 TABLES OF REMNANTS The accumulation of the past few months are now being offered for sale at our store. Everything imaginable in yard goods. If there ever was an op portunity for ladies to buy goods cheap, this is one. You will not be disappointed. Come early before they are picked over and get the choice of selection. W. LUKIN CASH STORE - TEMPE IT IS PRETTY HOT these days in town, isn't it? But !f j you want to strike a nice cool place I just hitch the old horse up and go out . to Ash Lane. But say, you will need some lunch, wont ycu'' Come in .uitl fT. ult vi i;fcout tiie lunch. We have ! ;iny, many nice thir.gs for lunches. ' PARRY-GOODWIN, Tempe You need a tonic this hot weather, j Take A. D. S. Malt Extract, 25c the bottle. Harmer's Drug Store. 20TH CENTURY WONDER ICE CREAM FREEZER Makes the summer a pleasure. PRICE $4.50 ARIZONA MERCANTILE CO. Exclusive Agents On South Side. BE A HOME BUILDER. Own your own property. Sit on your own front porch and watch your children play in their own shady yard, dive the boy a bright new hatchet and see if you are raising a George Washington. Get in the swim. Hurry up, and for bargains In town or country see A. B. TOML1NSON, Real Estate Agent and " Notary. Tempo. McClellan and Britton Masons and Builders. Concrete and Cement ' Work. Jobbing Solicited. M I I 111 1 I III t M 1 Ml i HH-4- of the GRAF CIGAR. Call Beware of imitations. & DINES. I 1 1 11 I 1 1 1 1 MM M H 1 I M M 1 1 M I M I M I M I I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 MILK I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 II I 1 THE ICEINK OF CARS AT A Daily Proceedure During the Ship ping Season of Cantaloupes. Though Tempe is not actively en gaged in the cantaloupe business this season, the people hereabout are tak ing an interest in watching the result of this season's business in other parts of the valley. In a way the business elsewhere means a little to this town through the fact that the cars shipied from this side of the river are all iced at the Pacific Creamery company's plant. Shipping at Mesa has already commenced and cars are now being iced daily at the plant. The empty cars are first iced at Phoenix and are then sent to Mesa, where they are loaded. They are then returned to Tempe where they are again iced WHY SCRATCH A POOR MAN'S HEAD? INVEST YOUR MONEY WITH R. A. WINDES. AND GET RICH. i, "H I 111 IIIIM1I11I t; TRY THE OLIVE t For meals that are best in every respect. ! 1 lit I'M ! 1 1 11 11111 H l FINCH & CARR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. Tempe, Aril.' Phones: 131, Finch; 179, Carr. ICE COLD MELONS By the slice or by the melon, at EASTER WOOD'S, Tempe. Tea F. W. Griffen, Manager before starting on their long journey ea.sC Nine cars were iced at the plant yesterday and from now until the end of the shipping season, the iceing of cars will be a daily task at the creamery. Prmiis Samonis and Wickson plums now ripe.' Extra quality. 5 cents. Will deliver orders. Alexander Bros , Her niosa tract. ; NEW CASH REGISTER DOES ALL BUT TALK A New Device Installed at Birchett Bros. Store. Birchett Bros, yesterday received by freight the swellest thing in the way of cash registers that has yet found Its way to Tempe. It was made by the National Cash Register company of Dayton, Ohio, and is capable of doing nearly every thing but talk. It came crated in a large box and be fore being unpacked, looked more like a small piano than a cash register. The fact that the price of it would put a big hole in a thousand dollar bill is evidence that there is consid erable mechanism about It. The register combines all the latest Inventions and patents. It has . ten drawers, but is designed oh a six clerk register; that is, each one of six clerks has a separate drawer. At the close of the day's business the proprietor can tell at a glance just how much cash business has been done during the day by each clerk; just how many and the amount of charges that have been made; the exact amount of money that was paid' out and what for; the total amount of cash and credit business jione; the total number of customers served and half a down other things that would likely be of interest to him. The machine is operated by electricity as well as lighted by it and is a distinct addition to the ap Icarance of the store as well as a great benefit and convenience in checking up the day's work. KNOCKED OFF WORK THE HEAT Operations Have Been Suspended Un til Cooler Weather in the Fall. Cm account of the summer heat, operations have beer susended on the Goodwin-Paimo .nine near the Hieroglyphic spring. Work will be resumed again in the fall however. The property belongs to Wm. Good win and Jesus Palmo. Some little development work has been done dur Ign the past winter and-a shaft is now down about twenty feet. The outlook Is more encouraging as the shaft deepens and Mr. Goodwin re gards the proposition as a good one. Of course, at this stage of the de velopment, it Is hard to say whether any thing will ever come of it or not, but it looks good enough to the owners, to spend a little moliey in taking a chance. Some good ore has been taken out already, that ran high in copper and other mineral. WORK COMMENCED The contract for the construction of the outside toilet room at the public school has been let to the firm of McClellan and Britton and the work has been started. The firm's con tract covers only the brick and ce ment work, the contract for the in terior equipment of the building has not yet been elt. WILL LEAVE FOR HOME W. L. Phinney, for the past six weeks the local manager of the Tele phone company, will leave tonight for his home in Boston, Mass. He has not yet decided whether to make the trip entirely by rail or whether to take passage on a boat from Galves ton to New York. By rail It will take him the better part of a week and If part of the trip is by water, it will require nearly that much longer. GOOD HOG FEED. J. E. McClain has been conducting a little experiment with very satis factory results. In harvesting sugar beets, It appeared to him that there was a great loss in the toppings. He tried feeding these tops- to the hogs and found that they not only relished them but thrived on them. I ilysica THE DAILY DOINGS III THE BUTTE TOWN How. Tempo People Occupy Their Time These Summer Days. H. S. Schaulis was a business vis itor in Phoenix yesterday afternoon. Leslie Stewart and family will leave today on an; overland trip to the Stewart range near Mayer, where they will spend the summer. Dick Montana returned yesterday morning from Flagstaff, where he has been enjoying a short vacation. The Pioneer market is being treat ed to a coat of paint. Mrs. C. E. Chase, proprietor of The Olive, is planning to leave next week for a short visit with her son at the FYazier ranch in the Superstition mountains. During her absence the Olive dining room will be in charge of Mrs. Carl Buck. A telephone has been Installed in A. B. Tomlinson's real estate office The Schaulis barber shop has been given a fresh coat of paper and paint, thereby much improving its appear ance. J. D. Robinson of San Diego. A. J. Watt of Kansas City and J. J. Walker ; of Los Angeles, were registered at the Casa Loma yesterday. Kirk Myers leaves tonight for Los Angeles to Join his mother who has been there since early In the summer. W. II. Wilbur plans to leave the last of the week' ' fVjr a two weeks vacation on the sea- side. o DEATH GOMES HTGH FOR ENGLISH BARONETS Charges in Sir Arthus Stepney' Case Recalls a Phoenix -(Conversation. Word has come from Yuma that the body of the English nobleman, Sir Arthur C. Stepney, who died there suddenly nearly two. ft eeks ago( hitd been held for some time, that is to say, nine days, while negotiations were going on between , Yuma and London with reference to the under taker's charges which were said to have been $10,000. Mr. Ackroyd, the Vancouver attorney, who had charge of the matter in behalf of Sir Arthur's relatives seemed to think that ' that was a pretty high figure even for a nobleman. But- the . matter was final ly adjusted, after a couple of cable grams had . passed and the body was sent home a couple of nights ago. It had been . incidentally mentioned that Sir .Arthur had on deposit in a Los Angeles bank about $10,000. Whether that fact had anything to do with the charge fixed by the undertaker is not stated, but the affair recalls a conversation that once took place in Phoenix between Hector McRae and one of the leading' physicians and surgeons of this city. On one of the journeys to Phoenix, Mr. McRae fell in with a man from the east and became quite well acquainted with him. Soon after their arrival, Mr. McRae went to the hills and on his returned some weeks later he learned that lis friend had been in the Sis ters' ' hospital, where he had under gone a surgical operation. On his re covery he had departed from the city. Mr. McRae was curious to learn the nature of the ailment that had made the operation necessary and when he next met the officiating sur geon he asked, "Doc. what did you operate on so and so, for?" "Two hundred and fifty dollars," was the reply. "Oh, yes. I know," said Mr. McRae; "but I mean, what did he have?" "Two hundred and fifty dollars," again replied the doctor. "Come now," said Mr. McRae, "get your mind off that fee for a minute: I mean what was the matter with him?" "'He had a kind of a growth or ex crescence just the sis of $250, which it became necessary to remove," said the doctor. PUBLIC BUILDING FOR TUCSON. Washington, D. C. July 12. (Spe cial.) Delegate Cameron today intro duced a biH in the house for the pur chase of a site and the erection of a public building at Tucson, Ariz., to cost $200,000. There's Health I and Happiness in the habit of eating Grape-Nuts The food contains elements from Wheat and Barley which rebuilds broken Nerves and Brain. Try it ten days. "THERE'S A REASON." WEATHER TODAY. Washington, July 11. Forecast for Arizona: Monday fair. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, Unite States Land Office Phoenix, Arizona, June 26, 1909 A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Ralph D. Jones, contestant, against Homestead Entry, No. 1622. 02594, made May '20. j 1908, for S4. SE'4. Sec. 21, and N, rKA, ssecuon zs, lownsnip i.n, luuigo IE, G. & S. R. meridian, by Peter Los, deceased, contestee. in which it Is alleg ed that Peter Los, deceased, failed to comply with, the homestead law. In that he never established his bona fide residence on said land, never cultivated or improved same during his lifetime, with the exception of building a small jhark thereon but never occupying the same after it was built, and that since the death of the entryman the heirs, executor and devisees have failed to establish, residence or cultivate and improve said land; that more than six months have elapsed since the death of said entryman, and that the heirs, ex ecutor and devisees have failed to com ply with the requirements of the homestead laws as above set forth; that the only known heirs and devisees are Anna Kistermaker, niece of said Peter Los, living at Billingham. Wash ington; and Anna Kistermaker. sister of said Peter Los, living at Billingham. Washington; the executor being H. A. Severinghaus, living at Phoenix, Ari zona, said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on December 7, 1909, before the register and receiver at the United States land office In Phoenix. Arizona. The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed June 26, 1909, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not be made. It is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by. due and proper publica tion. FRANK H. PARKER. Register. CONTEST NOTICE. . Department of the Interior, United States Lund Office. 03149805. Phoenix, Arizona. June 23, 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by George W. Peterson contestant, against Home stead Entry No. 5146. Serial 03149, made Jan. 31, 1905, for SEH Sec. 1. Tp. IS, Range 2E, G. & S. R. Meridian, by Thomas Clark, deceased, contestee, in which it is alleged that said Thomas Clark, deceased, never established an actual bona fide residence on said land during his life time, and since his death for more than six months last papt his heirs have failed to maintain and keep up the improvements as re quired by law; that said homestead has been actually abandoned for more than six months last past; that the heirs of the said Thomas Clark, deceased, are non-resident and unknown; that one, Mrs. Ray, of Phoenix, Arizona, is the beneficiary under the will of the said Thomas Clark, deceased; that the said beneficiary, Mrs. Ray, hs failed to keep up the improvements on said land for more than six months last past. Said parties are hereby notified to ap pear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on November 16, 1909, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office in Phoenix, Ari zona. A fine 10-acre ranch with small frame house, all in cultivation, fenced, good well and pump, 300 young fruit trees, horse, wagon and harness, 30 to 40 brown Leghorn hens. Only 2M miles northwest of Phoenix; a big bargain, but must be sold quick. for $2500. Furnished and unfurnished houses in all parts of city. COLE BROTHERS. Real Estate & Rental Agency. 210 W. Wash. St. Phone Blk. 2681. HI 1HI M' M"l"t I'M M'H"H"H (. MONEY TO LOAN I In amounts to suit On improved farms; On improved city ' ' y property. , . . . :: Phoenix Trust Company :: 1 '. 16 West Adams St. : : ;ll;l,lllH'il"i'ii'M"H-H"l'S"M"li'H"t- $6,000 Buys a beautiful 11 -room house, completely furnished, including piano. Situated on a corner lot in Prescott, Ariz., or owner will ex change for Salt Rive- Valley land. Photo and terms nt office of HARRY KAY oV COMPANY, Agts, Harry Kay & Co'mpany 9 West Adams Street. PHOENIX, ARIZ. Com i 1111 1 ! 1 H 111111 1 "l-M"1 1 1 1 I There is Only One Way j FOR YOU Whether the things we've been Indianola Are so. Go with us and see. We can back up every statement we have made concerning Indianola. Its value as an investment 1. property will be fully apparent to you if you will go over the ' ' T ground with us. I "IT'8 ;j Southwestern Realty Co. I UTmtn mTTT-i n rTT 1 1 Next to Postoffice. . 11 HI I 1 1 M I'M-M-HI H"H"H Visit the Sugar Factory ; SEE FOR YOURSELF Streams of beets going in I bags of sugar coming out. THEN VISIT PHOENIX TRUST COMPANY'S OFFICE. They will sell you the land that produces the beets at a price so low you can pay for it by raising two or three crops. . " PHOENIX TRUST CO. 16 West Adams Street. The said contestant having. In a j proper affidavit, filed July 6, 1909, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered i and directed that such notice be given j by due and proper publication. CHAS. E. ARNOLD, Receiver. Kl 111 III 1 1 1 1 I 1 i 1 1 1111 1 ! MONEY-TO-LOAN J on Improved Real Estate. I Good Mortgages bought and sold. E. A. MARSHALL i Real Estate and Mort- ? gage Investments. 7 W. Adams St. I ! h 1 1 1 111' 1 1 1 11 1 M-l ii COSTLEY & THOMPSON'S REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. 31 r. Adams St. 1 HIUHMHWHHtlHH FOR SALE OR TRADE. " " A good 40-acre ranch, all in ' ', ', alfalfa. Good barn and house; '. ', good fences, and will make an 1 1 ideal dairy farm. The owner " j, win iraae lor gooa cuy prop- j. erty. For particulars see me at once. A. R. TAYLOR. 7 West Adams St 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 I I U ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 M 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 I It TO KNOW telling you about THE SOIL." Phone M 280. :: H"MI M I t 11 t t t Ill I t'lll 1 t ll Will 1 1 1 Mill 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 I 111- You Should 1 1 Take advantage of the ? present prices on the Homewood and Monte 1 1 Vista five-acre lots. 'I They'll be higher in the : fall. Come in and let us tell you about them iv and our easy home It makers' terms. Dwight B. Heard I Center and Adams Sts. M l M l 111 11111111111 K M- M' M I I 1 I 1 11 1 K" 1-M mint- FOR SALE o-room DncK house, screen J. room, all modern conveniences. T Fine lot. CLOSE IN. $3,500. I Pago Hanlen & Co. t 43 West Adame SL Phone Red 3911. 111' 1 I I' I I 1 1 1 l 1 1 I 1 1 I 111 1 I if FOR SALE A bargain in income property close in. Owner must selL Eight lots in Neahr'8 addition, $1600. W. M. Fickas 17 North First Avenue. Fire Insurance, Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Mortgage Loans.