Newspaper Page Text
Lonia yesterday. TEMPE DEPARTMENT Rather quiet here yesterday; Friday F. W. Griffen, Manager MESA DEPARTMENT half holiday as usual. Chas. F. Jones Manager Through the agency of R. A. Wlndes lots three and five In Goldman's addi tion have been sold to J. H. Daniels by W. J. Stewart. I AiiKi'liti were recistered at the Casu 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. King'sbury n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- KEEP !By drinking our Sparkling Soda and eating our delicious Ice Cream. Hires Root Beer and Coca Cola on tap. We strive to please. Phone 231. LAIRD & DINES. Druggists. IHIHiHlHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIllH)lllll I Ml I I i I H X IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHItlllllHHIl M II 1 1 LILY Is prepared to meet the demands for a milk that is perfectly sanitary and whose purity is a known scientific certainty. For sale by all first class grocers. PACIFIC CREAMERY COMPANY. Tempe, Arizona. immnHniiiinmtniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiir NEW LINE OF SHOES Just received a big line of Shoes suited for ev ery walk of life. Men's, "Women's and Children's. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT. W. LUKIN CASH STORE THESE COOL EVENINGS You want to read one of those novels in HARMER'S The latest and ))Pt0-datPst How About Coffee?. Our 25 cent Coffee is sure to please. Try it. PARRY-GOODWIN CO. Tamps. " 20TH CENTURY WONDER ICE CREAM FREEZER Makes the summer a pleasure. PRICE $4.50 ARIZONA MERCANTILE CO. Exclusive Agent On South Side. . HELLO STRANGER! TEMPE Is the place to buy a city or Country home. And for a square deal go, or write to, A. B. TOMLINSON, Real Estate Agent and Notary, Tempe. Ariz. McCIellan and Brilton Masons and Builders. Concrete- and Cement Work. Jobbing Solicited. , WHY SCRATCH A POOR MAN'S HEADT INVEST YOUR MONEY WITH R. A. WINDES. AND GET RICH. iiinniuiiiniiHMH' X TRY THE OLIVE For meals that are best I x in every respect MMMiHIUIHIIIIIUHI SPECIAL EACH ICE CREAM ILT EASTERWOOD'S TEMPE m i im 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 h n M 1 1 i COOL MILK TEMPE A BUMPER CROP OF ALFALFA SEED BETTER THAN 40 AN ACRE FROM SEED ALONE. To Say Nothing of a Crop of Hay and Winter Feed. What a man can accomplish with a piece of ground in the Salt River val ley under ordinary conditions is truly wonderful and from time to time some particular yield or other excites mors than passing interest. Just at present the alfalfa seed crop is being harvested and reports of unusual yields are time ly. Alfalfa seed growing1 is coming to be one of the best paying features on the valley farm and what an acre will pro duce is well illustrated In the follow ing Incident: A. C. McDonald, who now owns the old James CarroH place southwest of town has Just harvested a crop of seed from a 25-acre field. The field netted a litle over 9000 pounds. The prevailing price at the present time is eleven and a half cents per pound, consequently from this twenty-five acres Mr. McDonald profited, a little better -than a thou sand dollars or over forty dollars an acre. In addition to this the field pro duced a good crop of hay and Is yet good for considerable winter pasture. ADVANCE DETAIL LEAVES FOR FORT Other Shooters Will Depart on This Morning's Train. Lieutenant Harris, Corporal Woolf and Privates Hitchcock and Russell joined the advance detail under Major Hjayden yesterday morning and pro ceeded to Fort Huachuca to make ar rangements for the preliminary con test which takes place next week. To day the other members of the com pany who will engage in the shoot will leave. They are Captain Woolf, Lieu tenants Jones and Slgala. and Private Fogal. They will remain at the fort until about the middle of the month when 'the team will be made up and the members of It will proceed to Camp Perry. Those from here who do not succeed In making a place on the team will return at that time. The na tional shoot at Camp Perry commences on the 22nd of August. MRS. FISHBURN'S DEATH. Mrs. E. E. Fishburn died yesterday afternoon at her temporary home on East 8th street. The deceased accom panied by her husband came here from Muscatine, Iowa, early last fall on ac-' count of her health. The Interment? will be made at her former home and the remains will probably be shipped this evening. Ripe peaches at Baldwin's. FINCH & CARS, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMER8. Tempe, Aril. Phones: ; 131, Finch; 179. Can-. . AN EARLY WEDDING . IN PHOENIX TODAY IN WHICH TWO TEMPE PEOPLE TAKE LEADING PARTS. Miss Josephine Murphy and Frank Brcchan Will be Married at Sevan This Morning and Will Taka tha Santa Fa For the Grand Canyon. ,By the time this story is read this morning by most of the Tempe read ers, Frank Brechan will have forsaken the ranks of the single and will have become a benedict. The news will hardly be a surprise for It has long been apparent that Mr. Brechan was contemp'ntitit; some such move but the date of the affair has been pretty well kept a secret and the particulars did not leak out until yes terday afternoon when Mr. Brechan went to Phoenix. It is hardly necessary to state that the other party concerned Is Miss Josephine Murphy. The ceremony takes place this morn ing at seven o'clock In Phoenix at the Catholic church. Immediately after ward the bride and groom will take the morning train for the north. The wed ding will be a quiet one, only a few being present to witness it. Mr. and Mrs. Brechan will make their first stop at the Crand Canyon where they will spend several weeks. From there they will continue on east to Freemont. Neb., for a visit with relatives. They will then visit Mrs. Brechan's parents In Emmetsbiirg. Iowa, after which a call will be made on Mr. Brechan's home town. Chamberlain, S. D. Just where the young people will lo cate Is not known. Mr. Brechnn says himself he has not definitely decided Just where thev will call home for a time. He has had an attractive prop osition offered him In the middle west and if he decides to accept it, it means good bye to Arizona. It is by no means certain, however, that such will be the case and both young people having spent tome time here will more than likely do as most irf-ople do who once live here come back again and stay forever. Mrs. Brechan came here some four years ago from her home in Emmets burg and has been here most of the time since though she has made one or two trips home. She is an attractive young lady and during her residence In Tempe has made a host of friends who wish her much Joy and happiness. Mr. Brechan has been a resident of Tempe a similar length of time, com ing here from South Dakota some four veal's ago with his brother. Dr. F. ,C. Brechan. He Is a graduate pharmacist and since being here has been connect ed with both drug stores In that ca pacity. He has made many friends and acquaintances In Tempe and Mr. and Mrs. Rrechan will always find a welcome waiting for them here. If by chance they ever decide to return. Though the bridegroom sneaked out of town last evening to avoid the ad vance congratulations of friends and well wishers, he authorizes the an nouncement that a liberal supply of good cigars will be found at the usual places this morning after seven o'clock with the compliments of himself and wife. HE PLEADED GUILTY AND PAID A FINE Tha Mexican Who Gava tha Marshal Such a Chase. Aemrial Romero, the Mexican who was detected In the act of supplying an Indian with liquor the other night returned to town yesterday and took up his work with the bridge gang. It was hardly expected that he would ever show up again as there was a clear case against him. The federal officers, however, seemed to take little or no Interest in the matter and he was taken before Justice Carr on a misdemeanor charge, fined $12.50, which he paid and was discharged. That was as much as the Justice could do in the matter. The liquor selling matter comes under the Jurisdiction of the United States officers and if they do not see fit to puph the case. It Is not the concern of the local author ities. Romero pleaded guilty to the charge and said that he bought the booze for; the Indian under the Impression that ! he was a Mexican and for some per sonal reason did not care to go into the saloon and make the purchase himself. Romero has worked on the bridge gang for two years and is said to a very reliable man and a good worker. NOTES OF NEWS. Rumor has It that wedding bells are shortly to ring In Tempe again. Miss Elva Blount, who has been spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. Lynd, left Thursday evening for Los Angeles. She was accompanied by Miss Louise Blount. A number of Tempe people took In the races at the Fair Grounds yester day afternoon. O. W. Lutes and R. Johnston of Los Mil I It XXXi ltfWH-H-H'l' I'M EVERY DAY THIS WEEK THE POPULAR The Bargain Store of Mesa will continue to sell off the summer stock. .Prices have been slaughtered again. We must have room for our fall goods. We positively and absolutely will not carry anything over. We have to have the room. Avail yourself of this greatest opportunity to buy goods at lower prices than ever attempted before by any one in this town. THE POPULAR XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXi-li ,A FAREWELL LUNCHEON. Thursday at one o'clock. Mrs. Clara Van Noate entertained with a farewell luncheon for her ; daughter, Corlnne. who leaves Monday, August 2nd, for Oberlin college, where she will study music and art. The dining room was prettily decorated in La France roses with La France buds as favors. After a dainty three course luncheon, coffee and music were enjoyed In the living room. Covers were laid for. Miss Quinn. Miss Jean Qulnn, Miss Woolf, Miss Irene Woolf, Miss Mary Coruell, Miss Nell Harris, Miss Louise Blount and Miss Alberta Painter. Go to Baldwin's for peaches 3 cents per pound. HI 111 Hill I 1 I III IIIIHU; ; MESA DEPARTMENT jj in h i i h inn m i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 -i-i. ARIZONA THE MAKING OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Territorial Headquarter Found Ev erywhere in Los Angeles. T. E. Pomeroy of the Pomeroy- Guthrie Realty company, has Just arrived In the valley from a several weeks' sojourn in San Diego and other Southern Callfornlan towns, where he went with his family. The change of climate he made primarily in the hope of benefitting his daughter Le ona's health- The change has proven very beneficial and the young lady is again on the rapid road to complete recovery. Mr. Pomeroy, in speaking of his trip stated that from all indications, that Arizona meant more to Southern Cali fornia than can be Imagined. Every where can be seen "Arizona Head quarters" posted in prominent places and the idea seems to be to corral the trade of the territory. And while the resorts are after the trude of the Arlzonians, the climate has Incidentally made captive a num ber of old-time residents of this sec tion. Mr. Murray, an old-time sheriff of this county, was found in the mer cantile business in San Diego. En route home, Mr. Pomeroy met Mr. and Mrs- Geo. Johnson and Mrs. L- B. Johnson, at Santa Monico, and reports that they are enjoying them selves. MANAGER APPOINTED. At a meeting of the directors of the Mesa Dairy and Ice company, Thurs day evening Fred Weekea was made manager of the concern. Mr. Week es took the plant July 1st, and has con ducted the affairs in a business-lik way, and such a manner as to satisfy the directors that he Is a suitable man for the place. Mr. Weekes has. been identified with the Mesa Dairy and Ice company for a long time, and is fully alive to tha needs of the plant from the standpoint of the rancher, i . - REACHED DESTINATION. Word has been received here from Round Valley, above Pine, Arizona, to the effect that Don M. LeBaron, Jr., Chas. Pew and A I- Millett. with their families had arrived at that place and were enjoying the cool weather. , , News Notes. Pete Carney, of the Superstition Development company, left yesterday morning for his mine, twenty-eight miles east of Mesa. Thornton Pitzhugh, the architect who planned the Chandler, was in the city yesterday, trying out one of the fans used in the cold air service to be used in the building. AroJ Russ was a passenger for Roosevelt yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Webb, of the Roose velt mercantile, came down from the dam site, and proceeded on to Tempe, from whence they will go to California for the summer. Bird Henderson, of the engineer ing corps at Roosevelt, was a pas senger to that place yesterday after his vacation Ed Hunsaker and family expect to leave in a few days for the moun tains. Mrs. A. A. Jones, Mrs. Wm. Ne well and Mrs. Marc Newell have gone to California for the summer. John Linnenburger, who was taken to Phoenix a few days ago suffering from a slight mental aberration, has returned to Mesa, and Is again at work. Mr. Llnnenburger was one of the most trusted employes of C. K. Scott, the superintendent of the company installing the Mesa water works system and was welcomed back on the work. The total cantaloupe shipments now amounts to 112 car loads. Dr. R. F. Palmer and W. N. Steverson were Phoenix visitors yes terday. Joseph Huber, of Everybody's Drug store, was a Phoenix business visitor yesterday, principally to see that the Marathon race was pulled off In prop er shape. Mrs. W. H. Peterson left yesterday for Crown King. Mr. Peterson will will leave within a week, or two for Flagstaff, and Mrs. Peterson will Join him en route- They will camp among the pines during the remain ing portion of the heated term. 'XXX I I' S t X 1 1 1 1 X Ml It I lXXXX - I XX 11 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 M X-l -XXX ! H' MACCABEES INSTALL NEW OFFICERS The local tent of the Maccabees, which is known as Tent No. 7, liiKtall ed officers Thursday evening for the ensuing six months. The follow ing officers assumed the respon.sl bilities of their respective positions: Past Commander, O. L. Pickens, Sir Knight Commander, Elmer Hu.se; Lieutenant Commander. W. H. Peter son; Chaplain, W. If. Hugle; re corder, Cecil Drew; sergyant, Geo. S- Irwin. Those who have been elected, but were not present to take their oath of office, were: C. Fred Brackett, master-at-arms, C. H. Van Antwerp, first master of guards; E. T. Ford, second master of guards; Dr. Nelson, sentinel, sen tinel; C. M. Johnson, picket. W. II. Hogle has been designated as recorder fur the next month, and all dues should be paid to him. Cecil Drew is preparing to leave for Berkeley college, which makes this arrange ment necessary. AMATEUR NIGHT AT COLISEUM. Another record-breaking crowd was present at the Coliseum Thursday night and two performances were given. It Is estimated that approx imately five hundred people saw the show. The work of Mae LaRue in singing specialties was exceptionally good. The prize In the amateur con test was awarded to Oscar Webb, who appeared in a black face mono logue with a singing specialty. WATERWORKS PUMP INSTALLED- One of the water pumps for the new waterworks system was lowered Into the pit yesterday and the ijther will be placed in position today. The system is being rapidly completed tnd will be in working order in a few weeks. TELEPHONE BUSINESS. J. H. Langston of the People's In dependent Telephone company was a Mesa business visitor yesterday. At torney Langston is responsible-for fie statement that the new telephone company business is prospering. METHODIST CHURCH. The morning theme at this church next Sunday will be "The Old Testament:" its proper place and true standing in the light of the twentieth century knowledge and dis coveries. The pictures in the evening wi'J show the close of the Old Testament course the stories of Esther, Elijah and Daniel. There Is more catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Science has proven ca tarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac tured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.. Is the only constitutional cure on tlie market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It fails to cure. Send for circular and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO.. To ledo, Oiiio. Sold bv druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for Indiges tion. 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. Wc kavt the Sfetlon Soft aa4 Dcrbf Hut la alt Utc lalckl !. FOR SAL I. BY Lestietir Gibbons Co. Just In Car load Portland Cement Car load Douglas Wall Plaster. L. W. BLINN LUMBER CO, Mesa, Ariz. H - H - frH - XX - i - HS, XXXXXXXXXXXXXiXXXXXXXXXXXX Every Stetson T JSs0if bears tha sZZP?7 I Station Nam jf&i' j "H - HH - H - H Hi Jinks Gone to Smash. f Johnson's on the Cut to Pieces. f -XXXXXXrXXX -1 X I I I 1 t ! H -M- 1 The Toggery For Hot Bargains. ,HH-H-H"i"l"i "H"H II I V M - M - H SALT RIVER VALLEY LAND COM PANY Real Estat, Mines, Loans, Insurance. (One Door West of Postof flee ) Chandler Bldg. Mesa, Arizona. fX II 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 $60,000.00 :; DUTCH COLLARS, LADIES' BELTS, ADVANCE :: :: STYLE DRESS COMBS. The newest things in finerv from the eastern fashion centers, t HUNSAKER'S. 4.4'' - 1'll' - M - - l - - l - l - - l"'l"l - - l''l"t"l"l"l''l''l"i WHEN IT'S HOT drop in and try some of our fine Ice Creams and Sherbets. They are the finest in town. Remember, our specialty is Prescriptions. HOLLADAY DRUG CO., Mesa Ariz. SGIIRAM esa Butter For Sale by All Leading THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will taka you through to Rootevelt from Mesa In ten boors. One ef the moat scenic, atajre routes In America. Five relays. Phone as for Information. Fare. $100. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. ti l l I I IM I I S 1 I 1 I 1 It i'i I 1 I 1 I 80ACRES X Four miles out, under Consolidated canal, $00 per acre. Mesa Land Company Mesa, Arizona. Phone Main 36-1. n l h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; t h- xxxi nil DOUGHERTY & POMEROY Attorneys-at-Law. All business carefully and promptly attended to. Chandler Bldg., Mesa, Arizona. Anniversary Dance at the Vance Auditorium Saturday Evening, July 24th. HI 11 11 I 1 1 1 U I 1 M III 1 Ml I The best bread; the most gro- " cerles for the money at j j :: Mesa Bakery & Gas!i Store ji Peterson oV Home. I ill II MM 111 t 1 111 lllli I 1 I jlMIMIHllWlll.n il I H I' :: The Salt River Valley Eank ; The repre s e n t a t i v e " bank of Mesa. We welcome your account. Xi XX 1 I 11 I I I I 111111 1 M M-H Road Home. Prices I Come in Quick. 1111 1 11 M-H- ! H-H-H-H-H-i-fr-H-fr - W' 1 I It It H It I MM 1 H.jiil t SOFT DRINKS Good line of Mineral Waters. at E. P. GROVER'S. THE CAPITAL AND SURPLUS of THE MESA CITY BANK We solicit your patronage 1-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ti 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 II I HI' - - i - 1"l"l''l'l'l - 'l"l'1'll 1 I XXXI I I ! I XXXX - S - H - Ht - j The Schram Jars are hermetically sealed and will positively prevent fruit from spoiling. The tops are not screw ed on but pressed down. "They can't leak." For sale onlv bv 0. S. STAPLEY & CO. A strictly fancy creamery product for table use. always pure and fresh. The Mesa Dairy & Ice Co. Manufacturers. Grocera in Arizona and Mexico. t ! H I I 1 I It I I I I I I II I 1 I H REMEMBER Tou get a square deal at the MESA JEWELRY STORE where all goods and work are guaranteed. The Jewelry Store . . In the Chandler block. I II HI 1 I 1 I I 1 I I 1 I I I 1 I I I I I 1 1' HI LOY'S RESTAURANT The Best Meals in Town. Short Orders. North Side Main St. EVERYBODY'S THREE WINNERS. Prickly Heat Remedy. Mos quito Dope, Witch Hazel Cream. Manufactured and sold by Mesa, Arizona. A SIMMER SNAP 80 acres, miles southwest of Mesa, west half of the Hurler place, one of the finest ranches In the valley; 40 acres alfalfa; all surrounded by Page fence, with Mesa water . Price for a short time, only. .. .11,000 SO acres of the choicest land within 1 miles of Mesa; good frame house, land all under cul tivation, with Mesa water; will increase 25 per cent within a year. Easy terms. Price per acre, if taken at once S150 40 acres 1 miles out, good location, splendid soil, Utah wa ter, good $2,000 brick house, in high state of cultivation. Easy terms. Price $8,000 Money to loan. In large or small amounts. Pomeroy - Guthrie Realty Company The Oldest Realty Co. in Mesa. Box 247.