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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1900.
9 1 TEMPE DEPARTMENT THE OWL Will be the name of the new popular-priced RESTAURANT North of Postoflice. "BOB" FOLSOM, Proprietor. H H I I ! 1 I I I 11 Ml llllllU-iM KEEP , . I!y 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. ' h I I I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I H I I I 11 I 1 i i-iH III 1 I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I H 4- i 1 1 1 1 1 n it it i n M m 1 1 h i 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. 1 1 I I I I I II I I I I I I I I M I I I I I H I I I I II I I II II I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 I t 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 thesFcoWeTe13tngs You want to read one of those novels in HARMER'S The latest and up-to-datest. HELLO STRANGER! TEMPE is the place to buy a city or country home. .nJ for a square deal go, or write to. A. B. TOMLINSON, Real Estate Agent and Notary, Tempe, Ariz. McClellan and Britton Masons and Builders. Concrete and Cement Work. Jobbing Solicited, imi i n I 1 I 14 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 t ! Here a while there a while, 4 Aimlessly you roam; X t S e R. A. WINDES X T at once and huy a dandy home. J HI I I I I 1 i I 1 I I I 1 I'M 'HI IS l I- HIIII I I lUH'IIHHIIMM :: try THE OLIVE :: . ' For meals that are best ' ' 4 in every respect. :: tmni wi n in 1 1 n i ii h'' FINCH & CARR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Tempe, Ariz. Plumes: Finch; 4:iG, Carr. SPECIAL VEACH ICE CREAM IT EASTERWOOD'S TEMPE ZOTH CENTURY WONDER ICE CREAM FREEZER Makes the summer a pleasure. PRICE $4.50 ARIZONA MERCANTILE CO. Exclusive Agents On South Side. How About Coffee? Our 2 cent Coffee is sure to please. Try it. PARRY-GOODWIN CO. Tempe. IM1III1II hi mi 1 i COOL 1 1 1 1 1 n n t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 , MILK TEMPE BACK FROM THE COAST WHERE AUTOS ARE THICK A Tempe Man's Experience With the Los Angeles Police in Hurrying to Catch His Train. Valter Wilbur returned yesterday morning from his vacation. Kor the past throe weeks he has been enjoying life on the coast as oniv one can who has worked hard for a year and has a clear conscience. Mr. Wilbur's plcas- I lire was considerably intensified by the purchase of a forty horse oowcr uuto I mobile by his father. Walter was ap ! pointed the chauffeur upon his arrival and in the course of a day or two was ! able to manipulate the thus wakon I iwth much cafe and facility, even in the most crowded streets, where it takes a man with a good head and a steady hand to keep from running over some one or from being run over by some one else. So. expert did Mr. Wilbur become in the use of the ma chine that he became afflicted, to a small extent, with the disease that pre vails anions most auto enthusiasts in that section namely speed. He kept gooil control over this mad desire to cut down time until the last day of his stay there and it was while on the way to the depot to catch his train home that he gave vent to this desire that hail so long prevailed; on the way to the tii pot he opend her up a little more than common the result was prompt a policeman Interfered and placed Mr. Wilbur, who was driving, under arrest. His father and a friend were also in the machine and it being very close to the moment of the train's departure. Mr. Wilbur talked the po licman out of entering a formal com plaint and was allowed to proceed to the depot. Mr. Wilbur states that he enjoyed the outing immensely. In speaking of the trip yesterday morning, however, he inadvertantly forgot to sav any thing about the episode on the way to the depot and the incident was only learned through another home comer on the same train. NEWS NOTES The Knights of Pythias will meet in regular session tomorrow evening and there will be work In the fcecond rank. A lull attendance is desired. Mr. and Mrs. I H. Frankenburg left yesterday morning on an extended eastern trip. Most of the time while away they will visit with relatives in I-ockland. Ohio. Mis. O. It. Finch and children have returned from Texas where they have been impending the summer. Mrs. P. H Scudder will leave thi:? week for a month's vacation on the coast. Col J. 1;. Price has gone to Pres cott to spend a few days with Mrs. Price. 'tV ;. H. Stewart, president of the Pa cific Creamery company, who has been here for several weeks, has returned to I.os Angeles. Miss Jessie Sturgeon leaves this morning to join the Birchett party at Sunflower. She will go by stage to Roosevelt and from there to Clanton's by the Fa son stage. The rest of the trip, some fen or twelve miles over Reno w ill be made by horseback. Wanted to rent A good team for a three weeks' mountain trip. Sec Grif fon, Tempe- F. W. Gkiffen, Manager A QUICK RUN MADE BUCKEYE AND BACK TWO HOURS AND FIFTEEN MIN UTES THE RUNNING TIME. On Account of Darkness Coming Home It Took About a Half Hour Longer. Through the dropping of a couple of lines by the linotype, the Tempe news in ytstcrday's Issue was made to state that A. J Titers and Andrace Jepsen had left the evening before for I,os Angeles. The Idea that was in tended to be conveyed was that Messrs. Peters and Jepsen had gone to Huikeve in the kilter's automobile The two gentlemen returned late that veiling after a very successful run. They were accompanied by "V M Zander and the trip was made for the purMise of looking over the alfalfa seed crop in the Buckeye section The crop, according to their report is a very good one and compares favorably with the crop in this section. Very much like the crop here, however, it is spotted that is to say. here anil there a field is found that for some reason or other has not done as well and other fields nearhv. Regarding the run In the machine. Mr Peters said yesterday morning that it was a very pleasant and agree able one Mr Jepsen handled his new machine like an "Id timer at the busi ness. The thr" e made no stop between here and Moore's station on the Agua I"ria and made the run that far in an hour and twenty minutes The total time consumed on the trip going down was two hours and fifteen minutes I'oming back, on account of the dark ness, n. little trouble was experienced but nothing to speak of and the trip home only required half an hour or so longer. LEO AN ACTIVE LIFE FOR FORTY-THREE YEARS The Death of a Man Who Never Lost a Day in That Time. The following from a Cincinnati. Ohio, paper is not without local Inter est by reason of the fact that the party mentioned is a cousin, by marriage of Mrs. K. Schmidt, of this place: Never until the Illness which brought about the death. Wednesday, did Ben jamin B. Wieman, secretary of the Ijickman Brewing company, miss a day from the business, except on va cations, in 43 years. He became III with a complication of ailments May 1. He was a member of the Business Men's riiib and Chamber of Commerce, served for three years on the Norwood Sinking Fund trustees, was a life-long member of the First Herman Reformed church, was active in charities., was a trustee of the German orphan asylum and on the board of the Herman Dea coness hospital. The funeral will be held Saturdav afternoon, at 1:3, at the home. Williams avenue, Nor wood. Ho was (ie, and is survived bv a widow. Mrs. Soohia Windhorst Wie man, and two sons, Walter and Kimcr. PURCHASE OF LOTS. They Will Be Improved and Again placed on the Market. Through the agency of R. A. Windes two sales of lots were made last week to the same party. F. W. Griffen pur chased from K. C. Wood ma usee lots ' fifteen, seventeen, nineteen, twenty one and twenty-three In block fourteen j and from W. J. Stuart lots thirteen, I fifteen, seventeen and nineteen In block fifteen. It is his intention to make improvements on them soon and again place them on the market. Goldman addition property has been moving fast of late. The lots purchas ed from Mr. Stewart were purchased by him but a few weeks ago from C. S. Ptigh. Mr. Stewart bought at that time a block at nine. He has since disposed, at an advanced figure, of all but three- which he proposes to retain for building purposes. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of 5ee Fac-Slinlle Wrapper Below. Tery mall amd a easy to take aa snfan. FOR HEADACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR BILIOUSNESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THE COMPLEXION .mi. jui-ynwmtf CURE SICK HEADACHE. CARTER'S C3.TTLE iflVER jlPULS. SOME people like freckles; other peo ple don't. Those who don't like them and want to get rid of them should try this recipe: Shave down a cake of Ivory Soap. Add just enough water to dissolve it. Set on back of stove. When thoroughly melted, remove from the fire. Add the juice of one lemon. Beat hardfor a few mo ments and pour into moulds to harden. Use just as you would use a cake of toilet soap. Ivory Soap 994rSo Per Cent. Pure CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office. 03149805. Phoenix, Arizona, June 23. 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed In his'offite by George W. Peterson contestant, against Home-i-tead Kntry No. 5146, Ferial 03149, made Jan. 31, 1D05, for SK'i Sec. 1, Tp. IS. Range K. C. &. S. K. Meridian, by Thomas Clark, deceased, contestec, in w hich 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 t-lx months last past 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, decea-scd, 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, Ms. Ray, has failed to keep up the Improvements on said land f.T more than six months last past. Said parties are hereby notified to ap Iear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a, in. on November 16, 1909. before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office1 In Phoenix. Ari zona. The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed July 6, 199, set forth facts which show that after due diligence pe:-sonal service of this notioe can not be made, it Is hereby ordered and directed that suih notice be given by due and proper publication. CHAS. E. ABKOLD. Receiver. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Phoenix, Arizona. Land Office. " July 20, 1909. Serial No. 06167. ' Notice Is hereby given that the SANTA I'B PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, by Howel Jones, its Land Commissioner, has filed In this of fice its application to enter, under the provisions of the Act of June 4, 1S!7 (30 Stats., 36), the following described lands, viz: All of sections twenty-eight and twenty-nine, the cast half of the east half of section thirty-one. and all of sections thirty-two and thirty-three, in township four north, range one east of the ii'.a and Salt river meridian. In Arizona. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lands described or desiring to object because of the mineral char acter of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal te the appli cant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office on or before the Uijth day of August. l!f9. PRANK H. PARKER, Register. FOR THE INFORMATION OF APPLICANTS. United States Land Office, Phoenix, Ariz., July 17. 1909. Notice is hereby given that plats of f urvey of Townfhlps 6 North, Range 11 Knst, and Township 6 North, Range 12 Kant, (fractional) G. & S. R. H. & M, including Sections 4 to 9 inclusive, and Sections Jf to 21 Inclusive, have been received at this office and will be offi cially filed August 19. 1909. 011 and after which date this office will receive and act upon applications to make entries In said Townships. FRANK II. PARKER. Register. CIIAS. E. ARNOLD. Receiver. NOTICE TO WATER USERS. Pursuant to the instructions of a mass meeting of water users held at Alhambra. July 29,and over which I presided as chairman, 1 hereby Issue a call to the water users of the valley, to assemble Thursday night. August 5, each in the school house of his respec tive school district, to participate in school district mass meetings. The purpose for which the mass meetings are called, Is to select three delegates from each school district, to a con vention of delegates to be held later, to formulate the answers Uie farmers desire to make to the questions sub mitted to them by the senate commit tee which Is scheduled to Tisit this valley in October. G. R. BREWSTER. EVERYBODY'S THREE WINNERS. Prickly Heat Remedy, Mos quito Dope. Witch Hazel Cream. Manufactured and sold by Mesa, Arizona. SALT RIVER VALLEY LAND COM PANY Real Estat, Mines, Loans, Insurance. (One Door West of I'ostoffice.) Chandler Bldg. Mesa, Arizona. flflESA DEPARTMENT BETTER MARKET FOB CANTALOUPES Three More Car Shipped From Mesa Yesterday. Three more cars of the famous Mesa cantaloupes were shipped yes terday, milking a total of 149 cars shipped to H. H. Wood and company so far this season and the end is not yet. The latest reports from Chisago are encouraging to the local growers, the prices 011 the hist cars heard from were Standards 74 cents, Ponie.i r2 cents and Jumbos 40 cents. The local expert inspectors for the Woods company expect to finish up their work here between the tenth and the fifteenth. THEY SENI COALS 10 NEWCASTLE When They Shipped Grapes From Fresno to Mesa. Ed Jones received grapes from Fresno, a fine crate of Cal.. yesterday. which were sent by Mrs- Karish. who was chief Inspector here for Woods Mr. Jones left the crate in his buggy which was tied 011 Main street, ami the result was that several people were able to pass expert Judgment them, but as .Mr. Jones vinyard is in easy walking distance of town and Kresno is a long walk, several that did not have an opjHiitunity of test ing tin in themselves. sought the judges who say that the Fresno grapes have nothing on the grape:; raised around Mesa. MESA COUPLE STILL GETTING THEIR'S Word has been received from Mr. and .Mrs. Edward I. Tway. who were married here last week, that they have been held up at Yuma by washouts but people here mho had the pleasure of seeing their baggage when they left believe that the Chinese Immi gration officers stationed there had something to do with their wait. POPULAR ALMA COUPLE WED, The marriage of Miss Norma Rog ers to Karl I.isonbee was solemnized at the home of the parents of the bride at Alma Saturday afternoon. After the ceremony, the young couple were driven to Tempe. where tiny took the evening train for I'tah where they will spend their honey moon. They are expected to return in September. PAINFUL OPERATION Dr. R. F. Palmer performed a suc cessful operation on the upper lip of .Mr. Van Maetta, who was stung by a scorpion a short time ago. He had oicncil the swelling with a knife and caused blood poisoning. GONE BACK Frank Collie who has been held here awaiting the arrival of an officer from Yuma, left for that place yester day in company with Constable J. Martinez, who had been sent for him. NEWS NOTES. An automobile party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Hmith of Phoenix pass- j ed through Mesa yesterday morning on their way to Fish Creek. R. M. Ruehler, district manager of the Consolidated Telephone company ; was in Mesa yesterday looking after j the interest of his office. (ieorgo Iiest was down from Mormon Flat to siiend the Sunday with his folks. I '1 irence Stand ;.ige spent Sunday with his folks md had as a sues; I James King of Phoenix. Mrs. M- A. Steel returned home yesterday from a visit to her daugh ter, Mrs. II C. I.illey of Ii.s Ange les, where she spent the past month. Mr. and Mi's. H. (1. Corson return ed from Tempe Saturday where Mr. Corson has been ill. Jim Jesse, who has been laid up with rheumatism for some time is reported recovering and expects to leave for Caliente Springs about the middle of this week. A crowd of friends of MY. anil Mrs. Peterson invited themselves and ac cepted the invitation to a surprise party at their residence Saturday They all reiH.rtcd a splendid time. i u rn m im i i 1 1 1 1 1 i im REMEMBER Tou get a square deal at the MESA JEWELRY STORE ' where all good3 and work are i I guaranteed. The Jewelry Store In the Chandler block. I l 1 I I I 1 1 I I I I I M I I I I 1 I I I I I There will be a daiire at The Vance Saturday night. New manage-' ment. Frank .Vance, "M ana ere r. SKIRTS l'rand new line of summer skirts lias been placed in our Economy Sale which makes every one a bargain. A new and elegant line of Hair Goods, ar rettes, Jet Combs," etc., at lower prices than any place. A new line of Ladies' Hand Bags in latest styles and designs, ranging in price from r0c to $10.00 We also have a new line of Ladies' Belts jet trimmed, which have also been placed in our Economy Sale Counters and will be sold at ridiculously low prices. Re member, the Economy Sale is still on in full blast. 's Greatest Bargain Monday is Remnant Day at The Toggery Thousands of Yards of Remnants at Half Price .Valenciennes and Torchon Laces, regular values 15c and l!0c per yard. Monday they are 5 c per yard. The Toggery For Men. Mesa, $60,000.00 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. SCHRAM esa Butter Li For Sale bv All Leading Grocara in Arizona and Mexico. T Do not miss the last Bigger and Better than Ever. A. HUNSAKER. Every Stetson fs.'jj bears the f' 1 Stetson Name 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. V Wc kite the Stelton Soft m4 Derby J. Hits la all the latcit Itvlct. tOR SALL BY Lesucur Gibbons Co. I I 1 I I 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 I 11 1 1 I I I I li ! f Tk. cu n:... tf. it... n-.L i lie cm. niei vditef dqiik ; : The rcprc sentative :; bank of Mesa. We welcome your account. t'r lH I ! I I I 1 I 1 1 M i l l H H M- SOFT DRINKS liootl line oi Mineral Waters. at E. P. GROVER'S. Store. Ufye Popular Chas. F. Jones Manager For Women. Arizona. f THE CAPITAL AND I SURPLUS of THE MESA CITY BANK We solicit your patronage 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 nnlv bv O. S. STAPLEY & CO. A strictly fancy creamery product for table use. always pure and fresh. The Mesa Dairy & Ice Co. Manufacturers. dav of our sale. Bargains "H-X-H A SIMMER SNAP 80 acres, 1 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 80 acres of the choicest land within 114 miles of Mesa; good frame house, land all under cul tivation, with Mesa water; will Increase 23 per cent within a year. Kasy terms. Price per acre, if taken at once. . . .gUJO Money to loan, in large or small amounts. Pomeroy Guthrie Realty Company The Oldest Realty Co. in Mesa. Box 247. ! -H 1 1 n n n i iiii nmiH T The best bread; the most gro T cerles for the money at ! Mesa Bakery & Cash Store I Peterson 4 Horn. fHH H"l I I II II 1 1 I I 1 I I II I I Just In Car load Portland Cement Car load Douglas Wall Plaster. Ii L. W. BLINN LUMBER CO, Mesa, Ariz. HI LOY'S RESTAURANT The Best Meals in Town. Short Orders. North Side Main St. Aorui oi Ainanmra.