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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1909.
X ' " - """ ' 1 ' e I - ewy TO UK1 r. ; ... . Theniysteriarch' and 'The Mystagogue' C-'.- " - ' ' iM- laaTaa aaaaaaa WE BOOK PANTAGE'S ACTS ONLY . :R -i c h a r ds Bros iGomedy? Gymnasts t. 1Z flgESA DEPARTMENT Chas. F. Jones Manager Every Stetson fl-lx- Stetaon Name jj Hats off to the Stetson ' It is always the standard of standards in style, beau ty and finish. It leads in every fashion centre of the world and has no rivals. 4 Wa Int the Straoa Soft tat Derby Hall ta ail tac Ucen uytn, ., FOR SALE BY LesueDf'Gibbons Co. a W 114 M I III 1 H W I 1' M I K 1 REMEMBER $ Tou get a square deal at the j h MESA JEWELRY STORE " where all goods and work are ' j ; . guaranteed. The Jewelry Store . . ! ! In the Chandler block. mi i m i i 1 1 1 1 1 n i u i in r HI LOY'S RESTAURANT . :The Best Meals in Town. . Short Orders. North Side Main St. aaia)aaajai DOUGHERTY & POMEROY Attorneys-at-Lsw. All business carefully and promptly attended to. Chandler Bldg., Mesa, Arizona. n n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 n in j" The beat bread: the moat gro cerlea for the moner t ':: Mesa Bakery & Cash Store.:: Petersen ' & : Horne. ... 4 IHiMII I 1 I 1 I 1 11 I 1 1 I U H inn iiiiniii' ii ii tin i n 80ACRES 4-! Four - miles put, : under X t Consolidated canal, . $60 : : per acre. :'". SALT RIVER VALLEY LAND COM PANY Real Estat, Mine. Loans, Insurance. (One Door West of Fostoffice.) Chandler Bldg. Mesa, Arizona. Jtist In ' Car load - Portland '. Cement. Car load Douglas Wall Plaster. t L, W. BLINN LUMBER CO, , Mesa, Ariz. BOY PLAYED A One House Destroyed, Another Barely Saved. T j. j 1 1 ii Hiiiiniiiiii i mt i The Salt River Valley Bank 1 :j i The repre s entative Z I-'DanK or Mesa. we t Company Mesa, Arizona. : Phone Main 36-1. HH.,ft"M ,h j ,H 1 1"1 Hill I 1 1 "hi ' 1 I. at - Maca I A M welcome yur accoum' LrUilU niniiiiuniiiiiiiHiii- The Raymond Teal Stock Co. will appear . THE VANCE Thursdav and Fridav. .- The Schram Jars are hermetically A A 1 1 n nnn seae and will positively prevent fruit V P U P A vW frm spoiling. The tops are not screw OUnnHlll ed on but pressed down. "They can't leak." 3Tor sale only by V . O. S. STAPLEY & CO. Holladays ' is the place to go when you are ;hot and thirsty. ' bpend your idle mo ments under the swinging palms. -If it is sold at a soda fountain we have it. . HOLLADAY'S. $60,000.00 f TTTTi n A TJTT A T ATOTa ' VtU A X AU (U1U SURPLUS of THE MESA CITY BANK L We solicit ypux patronage iDlesa Bolter A atrictly fancy creamery product for table use, always pure and .fresh. The Mesa Dairy & Ice Co. .' Manufacturers. For Sale by All Leading Grocers in Arizona and Mexico. , , -TH E.' ROOSEVELT 9TAG EL.CO, v - - HU tak. yo throogU -toy vRocerelt from-Mesa Id. ton hours. ;One '". mt the moat asenic stage routos In America. Uto relays. Phone fur. Information.-; Fare, f (.69. ! MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. ! As a result of a five year oia child playing with 'matches, two frame rent houses belunginK ' to O. S. Stupley located on West First street and the earthly possessions of the family of A. Knight, were destroyed by fire, yesterday Just before noon. The chemical engine, did the best work ever seen since' it has been In the city and it is responsible for sav ing the house occupied by Mark Newell and I. Stoddard, both of them being Slupley rental houses and on either side of the burned buildings. The houses which were destroyed were insured for 40 each in a com pany for which Pomeroy & Guthrie are agents. It is believed that the loss to Mr. Stopley will be light. However, the peculiar fact is that there has not been a f're in Mesa in recent years in which Mr. ' Stapley was not Interested. His store build ings and ptock have been entirely con sumed once, while the late fire in the business district struck ' him pretty heavily., although it was a company. Instead of a personal, loss. The .Stapley row of houses are on the north side of the street and are built on fifty foot lots ' adjoining; from west to east they re oc cupied by the families of Mark New ell. A.. Kni?ht i Ren Perinijmn Hrul I Stoddard. Mrs. Knight, who had Just' completed a washing was sitting on a cot to the south and east of. her house and Mrs. Ferguson, her next door - neighbor- had called for a few moments conversation. The Knight children were playing about 'the prem ises and presently the little boy aged five years was missed. The mother called to him, but he made no , an swer; she onlled again and go no response. She started Into the house and immediately ran out crying fire. Mrs. Ferguson grabbed up a bucket of water and attempted to get at the fire, but the flames drove her back. The houses were as dry as tinileij and the heat given off by them was vecv Intense. The men were compelled vb wear wet blankets and guilts about them while they were working the hose. The Mark Newell house caught fire, but. was saved by the efforts of the mechanical engine and a hard working bucket brigade. The house occupied by I. Stoddard was saved with difficulty and had it not been for the heroic efforts of the volunteer firemen it would have been a loss. The household furniture of all the residents was saved with the excep tion t that in the house where the fire originated. The hose cart made the run but there is only 100 feet of hose in the city, and the main could not .be reached in case it had been full of water. The pumps for the waterworks have not arrived and un tiithey do It is an uphill proposition keeping water in the mains. 1 ;.r CHICKEN SUPPER . A SUCCESS. To retiring Chancellor Commander J. F. Giles of the Knights of Pythias Is due much credit for the exemplary manner in which he' handloG ' the Sticky Sweating Palms after taking salts or eathartto I waters did you ever notice tlfat weary all, yone feeling the palms of your bands sweat and rotten taste In your mouth Cathartics only move by sweating your bowels Do a lot of hurt Try a CASCA RET and see how much easier the job is done how much better . you feel. a MS y CASCARKTS ioc a boa for a week's ' tremtmcot. all dniRciaU. Biggest aeller - In tbc world. MilUoa bexsa a month. JOHNSON'S GONE! Ue left on the Elks' Special Saturday night to at tend the big convention at Los Angeles. His Instructions to us were to KEDVCE THE STOCK, and as we are not acquainted with the cost mark, we must necessarily sell goods, during his- "absence- REGARDLESS OF COST.-' k. I j ' " 'Our' big' "HI JINKS" Sale begins Tuesday morning, July 13. Space per mits us to mention here only a few: of the great trade stimulators. Tuesday Morning JULY 13 23' Per Cent Off on all 2-picce Halt, Schaffner & Marx Suits. Hats of the famous Xo-Xame brand, $3.50 value; Jli Jinks pice,',. ..... i . . . . $2.45 Pants, a. swell Hue of summer weights in all latest shades; IK Jmks fa-ice. . . .20 Per Cent Off Oxfords,, $4.00 ".-values, latest styles 'and tans; Hi Jinks price only i..'..$2.95 &ix, 15c values, Hi Jinks price ittlllVi ....... 8C hirts, $1.50 values, Hi Jinks price .... ,';95c All Straw and . Panama ' Hats at ...1,3 Off Suspenders, 50c and 35c values, Hi Jinks price .23c Blankets, $2.50 values, rough :gi-ey wool, -Hi Jinks price. .$1.75 Silk Mull, per yard,-value 35c, Hi Jinks price . . 172C All lines : of Ladies, and Chil dren's Shoes . . .15 Per Cent Off 0 ingham, . f hie' dress, .value per yard 15c, Hi Jinks ...7V&C All Embroideriesi and Laces, Hi Jinks price. . . . .'.?. . . y2 Off Our immense stoVJc of.'.Noveltv YVhite-.doods will go-iirtbrs sale at . . . . . : .. ;. ,y2 Price Cost is lost sight of in this great Hi Jinks sale. . i . L:dies,'. Muslin G.pwns,.-lace and . eml)roiered trinmliugs; made of soft fine Long Cloth; regular $1.50 value, Hi Jinks price. .78c Ladies Muslin Clowns,, lai'e and" embroidery trimmings, made of soft fine Long Cloth; -regular $1.75 andN$2.00 values; Jli Jinks price . ...98c 1 Chandler Court The Mesa Arizona members who were so fortunate to be present MoViday' night and partake of hjs hospitality. He had provide.l fir at least thirty or forty knights and there were hardly twenty present. They, however, very heartily did thfir duty as best they could with the tools at -hand to 'work with. DR. BRACK IN ACCIDENT Dr.- Brack suff-re.l an aoe'dent on East First ' avenue yesterday that came very near being a serious, af fair. He has a -small Indian pony that he Uses in driving back and forth from his homestead and was letting the animal graze on the grass near his house in town. The animal to.k fright at something and started to run. The rope, which was fasten ed to the. neck of the pony became entangled in the doctor's legs and cimc near causing serious t.onole. The doctor was thrown to the ground hmiI dnigneo lor some distance. His right w'.'ht was. sprained an-J his rislit knee bruised. RECEPTION FOR PROFESSOR LOPER. i ' Professor John D. Loper, for the past several years at the head of the Mesa schools, was last night tendered a public reception on tabernacle lawn which was largely attended. The tabernacle choir sang several selec tions and a good part of the time was spent In speaking of the things that Professor Loper has accomplished with the schools in Mesa. No man can ask for a stronger endorsement of his services than that, which has been the prlvifoge of Professor Loper to enjoy. For a good many years he has struggled against obstacles and won. Last night must have been one of the grandest of his life when he could look oyer his residence in 'Mesa and see that everything he has done, everything he has accomplished is ap preciated ta the fullest extent. t . "H t I I I I I I t t H' I I I I I I I" ! M ICE CREAM -, t AND SODAWATER t at ' -GROVER'S. ' Y I I III I Hi I H Mill! l,iH,.H- . : NEWS NOTES. Blanch', the eleven year old daugh f ter of Mrs.' Barbara Allen, is suf-r-fering with typheid fever. I Mrs. Chas. Johnson has gone to ' Tucson for a visit with relatives. Asa-Tiffany, who is suffering with paralysis of the spine is able to be Up - and " around. - He was working with a hay baler, and" in over lifting his back was wrenched, ; resulting in paralysis. aWfcaatOaJaJfc nufH'fiMfimi'i imm i hi h ii.i i.rnnM mm r COOL SHIRTS FOR HOT WEATHER. Prices from 50c to $5.00. - '-...!:. All the newest things in the McDonald famous line X ? "of -shirts, at, ,-. , , SKIDOO 23 SKIDOO MOSQUITO . 'Tou can get a good night's rest by using . Everybody's Mosquito Dope. 25c a bottle. COFFEE DRINKERS ' Can get well ' " by ' chan ,a t POSTUM '.'.I '.'There's a Reason.' ECONOMY SALE AT "THE POP . ULAR : The Popular's big : sale , which will be known as "The' Popular's tjreat Economy Sale," wilt opoo this morn ing and. continue for several days. IT, Is a -well known fact :that- this; well advertised place has .been preparing to make a great reduction in prices in the --hear future. New goods have been arriving almost constantly since the close of this Btbre's" fanner saie on July 3. Since that time the clerks have been busy with the new goods, marking them down to very lowest prices. ' nTHE TOCCERY'S HWfiNKB-:- Ihe Toggery has originated a' uni que sale known as the High Jinks sale.' George Johnson, ' the popular manager of this well known store left for the Elks' convention last Saturday and before going he told the'clerks 1 1 reduce the stock by all means. Be fore his going V Aird MnrdcnaUl, the well known local cartoonist suc ceeded in getting his profile on n sli; of paper which is used in the adver tising. Mr. Johnson is enjoying hi vacation and the clerks are takinj advantage of bis absence and ar selling out everything, at theit ow ii prices. GOVERNMENT MAY AID IN TERRITORIAL ROAO It Will at Least Undertake the Con struction of a ".Sample Road. , Territorial Engineer Girand has re ceived from Delegate Cameron a let ter saying that the department of the interior on request from the engineer will undertake the construction of ' a sample road in this territory under the direction of one of its experts, who will be sent on application,! a blank form of which Mr. Cameron writes he had mailed. It is now probably in the hands of Hon.-T. Of.. Norris of Prescott. Mr: Cameron also wrote that he had forwarded an application blank for federal aid in the construction of a territorial rOad from the Grand Can yon to Douglas. Te engineer la re quested to- fill out the blank and forward it to the department. A few days- ago. probably after the sending of , this, lter, Mr. Cameron Introduced a biH irr. the' house pro viding an apprOprMtfon for such aid in building a territorial road. Mr. Otrand will take the matter up immediately on the receipt of the blanks. That the sample road or roads will be bui.lt may be regarded as . a -certainty, and It may be re garded as probable that federal aid will be given toward the construction of a road from the Grand Canyon to the southernmost limit. Mr. Came ron will give the department no rest until such aid is . forthcoming. o Now is the time to secure an acr In "Idyhyild"' nd prepare to keep co next summer. .. .- '. ...r -o THE . BIG .. SHOW TOMORROW . - -. NIGHT The Raymond Teal company "Variety Isle" is bound 'to play to full house . tomorrow - night. The at traction was given here- last weaso and", pleased verybody:"-The attra tion Is already well advertised. The Only . Guaranteed Exterminator 'tM&$& : Stearns' ElecWc ft 5 RATandROACII Paste Ask your druggist lor ths genuine snd sts that the ssmsl. J. Ksarosy is on svsry packtg Ready mixed for use.--More reliable and easier to nse than powders. - Druggists w refund your money if it tails to exterminate cockroaches, waterbngs, rats, mice. St J t urn. boa 25c, 16 bos $1.00. At dnaraiata or zprw pnpaid. STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE COL, CHICAGO, ILU ri'l lllll l-HM 1 1 H HI 'Hrf'l"l"lttlW44H" IMiHil-rlli I 1