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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1909.
11 MESA DEPARTMENT Chas. F. Jones Manager , l..,..t....,',..x,l..JtJU'---rl .l.,,..,.,.t,t,.A,t... ,i.,...i....ti..i..i..i..i..i..i, 31 $5.00-$4.50$4.00 Oxfords For $3.00 at the Toggery There are about COO pairs of these high-grade Oxfords in tans, oxhlooils. patent leather, vicis and Run metals. In order to make room for our fall Mock, we make the exceptionally low price of $3.00. All J1.73 Canvas Shoes und Oxfords, this week, $1.00; all $2.00 and $2.50 Canvas Shoes and Oxfords, this week, $1.40. Straws und Panamas, half price. I THE TOGGERY t "We Have It For Less." tlilryi"i"tii,,ivil,mr -yyllll vvyn I n" I'n-rmT'vi'H"!") yvyvvvrrvvy T RIDE AFTER ALLEGED HOHSETHIEF A NIGHT RIDE AFTER A Mexican Who Is Wanted in Yavapai County' i Special Low Prices continue until August 21. Big i Saving for you. A. HUNSAKER. lisa Butter A strictly fancy creamery product for table use, always pure and fresh. The Mesa Dairy & les Co. Manufacturer. For Sale by All Leading Grocers in Arizona and Mexico. SCHRAM The Scliram 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 only by O. S. STAPLEY & CO. Information was received from the sheriff's office late Monday night that a man who has been here for the past three months by the name of Jose Maria Lopez, was wanted in Yavapai county on a charge ci horse stealing and the Instructions were to arrest him Immediately. A still hunt was begun for the man by Marshal Peter son and Deputy Sheriff Vance. There were a good many locul Mexicans who knew one, Jose Maria, but they did not appear to know Lopez. Howcvr, it was finally learned where Lopez had been staying and then the clue could be considered a good one. It was soon learned that Lopez in com pany with Mendebiles had gone to the Steward ranch east of Mesa in the mountains for the punose of bringing back some horses and cattle. Dan P. Jones and Col. Morris started from here at nearly midnight Monday for the camp where they hope to capture Lopez. The man who is wanted in Yava pal county has been around Mesa for the past three months. He Is described as being five feet and nine inches in height and with a stubby beard and about thirty-five years old. Lopez has been in no trouble since stopping in Mesa. the Phoenix office have gone to Roose velt expecting to return in a few days. BIRTHDAY CLUB DINNER The Birthday club was entertained very pleasantly yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Klmer Ruse at the Alhambra ho tel. One of the features of the session was the elaborate luncheon served In the dining room of the hotel. The dec orations were sunflowers typical nf Kansas while the scheme was followed out In the table decorations. A good many of the members are away but a very enjoyable time was had be those who were so fortunate as to be the guest of Mrs. Ruse yesterday. CENTIPEDE WITHOUT TEETH L. B. Johnson is responsible for the capture of one of the longest centipedes seen in this section for a long time. Or at least it Is one of the largest ones of record that has been captured alive. The reptile was taken to the laboratory of J. p. Strlegel, where it was treated to a coat of chloroform and then mounted on cardboard as a curiosity. It required forty-two pins to pierce each of the legs of the reptile. The animal had arrived at that age when it had lost all its teeth and its length from tip to tip was nearly nine inches. BIG SALE CONTINUES The semi-annual clearance sale at the LeSueur-Uibbons store continues with unbated interest. The crowds continue to throng the dry goods and clothing departments practically all day. , NOTICE TO PHOENIX PEOPLE 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. H0LLADAY DRUG CO., Mesa Ariz. j $60,000.00 f THE CAPITAL AND I SURPLUS i of. THE MESA CITY BANK We solicit your patronage DALEY-JOHNSON Miss Addie Daley was united in marriage to Edgar Johnson at Phoe nix Saturday by Probate Judge Phillips- The young couple left on the afternoon train for Prescott where they will remain honeymooning for two or three weeks when they will return to Jltjsa and make this their home. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phineas Daley of north of town. She Is very popular in her circle of ac quaintances who are waiting to shower her with well wishes. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Johnson who have lately taken up their resi dence in the Queen Creek -ettlement. NEWS NOTES. Mrs. Roy McCortnick left yesterday morning for the cast for a visit with relatives. Pete Carney came in from his New Jersey group of mining claims on Mon day evening's stage. C. K. Macdonald and H. M. Barg man, with the U. S. R. S. stationed at WIFE RETURNING FROM EAST Harry Spiller, former proprietor of the Mesa laundry was in Mesa yester day from Ray, enroute to Thoenlx where he will meet his wife who has been on an extended visit in the east. Mr. Spiller was accompanied to this place by Alvin Cloud of Ray. OFF FOR MOUNTAINS. The families of L. B. Johnson and Ed Jones expect to leave soon for the mountains where they will remain un til cooler weather. It Is a part of their plans to go via Globe and from there into the higher altitude. TO THE COAST Miss Md a Mortensen and Mrs. Win. Marlar will leave soon for the coast for a sojourn during the heated term. Mrs. Marlar lias been In bad health for some time and it Is anticipated that the trip will accomplish her complete re WAITING FOR MATERIAL The installation of the waterworks system is again held up on account of the no arrival of material. It is a hard matter to say Just when the system will be turned over to the city as that Is a matter which depends considerably upon the railroads. PURELY PERSONAL Mrs. Fred Babby of Desert Wells, eight miles east of town, who baa been ill for several days Is reported consid erably better. Miss Tena Mets who has been seri ously ill with typhoid fever, it is be lieved has passed the crisis. She was reported some better yesterday. The condition of Mrs. G. H. Young was reported as improved yesterday. Visitors to the following towns will find the Arizona Republican on sale at the following news stands. Flagstaff, Arizona C. A. Keller Ashfork, Arizona . . Harvey News Stand Prescott, Arizona A. W. Robinson Jerome, Arizona, R. A. Smith Washington, D. C. Columbia News Stand Washington, D. C National News Stand Hot Springs, Ark, Port Pitt News Co. Chicago, 111. Empire News Co. Chicago, 111, Quein City News Co. Chicago, III., Intel national News Co. Chicago, III., Chicago Newspaper Agcy. Denver, Colo ...J. O'Conncll Denver, Colo S. Wldon Denver, Colo. IL Tuckman Denver, Colo. ..... IL Dolirin Philadelphia, Pa,, Ryai'a Theatre Office Cincinnati, Ohio, L. Peterson Oklahoma City, Okla. Interstate News Co. Florence, Arizona, Ed Devine Ray, Arizona, C. W. McRae Salt Lake City, Utah Roscnfield & Ludwig Salt Lake City, Utah, Earl McKee ios Angeles, Calif., Hollenbock Hotel Los Angeles, Calif ,.. .Amos News Co. Los Angeles, Calif Hayward Hotel Los Angeles, Calif., Lankershln Hotel San Francisco, Ca if., United News Co. Seattle, Wash Amos News Co. Seattle. Wash. J. H. Ileffcrman Portland, Oregon Roe News Co. San Jose, Calif F. W. Crego San Diego, Calif R. M. Chllds Long Beach, Call.'.,. . .Amos ,News Co. Sacramento, Calif, Capitol News Co. Stockton, Calif., Tourists News Co. Ogden, Utah Geo. Olorant Hollywood, Calif., Hoffman Book Store El Paso, Texas E. O. Shimp Tucson, Ariz. A. R. McElroy Houston, Texan International News Co. Doming, N. M., Harvey News Stand Benson, Ariz., Newland & Newland Yuma. Ariz. W. H. Shorey Oakland. Calif., ...Oakland News Co. ....Amos News Co. ..Athens News Co. G. S. Van Wegener Grand Canyon, Ailz.. Harvey News Co. Williams, Ariz Harvey News Co. Kingman, Ariz II. II. Watkin3 Glendale, Ariz V E. Messenger Wlckenburg, Ariz James Dunn Congress, Ariz J. C. Tovrea Parker. Ariz Thomas Shultz Vlcksbiirg. Ariz Frank Gerhart Casa Grande, Ariz .Peart & Armento Casa Grande, Ariz Denison News Co., Train No. 7 Maricopa, Ariz Denison Nc vs Co., Train No. 8 Bouse, Ariz Short & Ward Atlanta, Ga. . . .World-Yoma News Co. Memphis, Tenn World-Yoma News Co. Tempe, Ariz F. W. Griffin Mesa, Ariz Chas. F. Jones Salome. Ariz Sarah J. Kcnyon o Art of Perfumery. Oukland, Calif., . Oakland, Calif.,.. Globe, Ariz. . Hh..h-W.H HH H H H H n n 1 itMIl t H 1 U 1 1 I It U tf The Popular s :: New fall goods arriving daily. The new Kilt Skirts, : - trimmed in jet buttons, Suzene Silk Waists, Dutch : :; and High Collars, with blouse effect in pink, blue, : tan and black. These new fall goods are going in -! ; ; on the Economy Sale prices. rW-W'i'l'l'fM'i'l I'M 1W-4H4H"-1"I"H"1 l"l 1 I I I I I I in 11 I I I I At the Ford: L. L. Flaxman, Los Angeles; F. D. Bull, St. Louis; O. L. Geer, Congress Junctiono; S. W. Dc mund, Los Angeles; C. E. Rabcr, city; Donald Marquhart, Roosevelt. At the Commercial: Forney Woods, Peoria; J. C. Robbins, C. S. Pugh, Mrs. Rice and Mrs. R. F. Palmer and fam ily. Mesa; Mrs. Joe Robertson, Mesa. jtmiiiHiiii 1 1 1 1 1 n i mi The Salt River Valley Bank ; : The repre sentative ;; bank of Mesa. We ;; welcome your account. :: i in 1 1 1 1 m i i i i i nil Dance Saturdav Night At The Vance Auditorium New Management. HI LOY'S RESTAURANT The Best Meals in Town. Short Orders. North Side Main St. SALT RIVER VALLEY LAND COM PANY Real Ettat, Mines, Loans, Insurance. (One Door West of Postoffice.) Chandler Bldg. Mesa. Arizona. The cult of ixTfumes has so ad vanced that a woman with a rose tinted gown now demands as a matter f course a haunting rose odor, and a violet costume must correspondingly have a violet perfume. In short, per fume has risen to be an art. SOFT DRINKS Good line of Mineral Waters. at E. P. GROVER'S. A SUMMER SNAP 80 acres. 1 miles southwest of Mesa, west half of the Hurler place, one of the finest ranches in the valley; 40 acrea alfalfa; all surrounded by Page fence, with Mesa water . Price for a short time, onry....gU000 80 acres of the choicest land within 1 miles of Mesa; good frame house, land ail under cul tivation, with Mesa water; will Increase 25 per cent within a year. Easy terms. Price per acre. If taken at once....gj50 Money to loan. In large or small amounts. Pomeroy Guthrie Realty Company The Oldest Realty Co. in Mesa. Box 247. EVERYBODY'S THREE WINNERS. Prickly Heat Remedy, Mos quito Dope, Witch Hazel Cream. Manufactured and sold by .ill i J jtrjrt ccs Mesa, Arizona, f H 111 I I HII Hill 111 1 1 I 1 t REMEMBER You get a square deal at the MESA JEWELRY STORE where all goods and work are T guaranteed. The Jewelry Store X In the Chandler block. m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 m i n n i i HIGH CARBON coiled spring steel Woven Wire Fencing. Car load- L. W. Blinn Lumber Co. Hum i u n n 1 1 1 n i m i tin T 1" The best bread; the most gro- ' ) ceriea for the money at ) :: Mesa Bakery & Gash Store:: Peterson eV Home. I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I H I 1 I U 1 H- The Stupendous Price-cutting lil Rnuu (31 s on in Full Bias t at 'Slice Sale lie lesueur-Gibbons Store Ge Other houses have sales without reducing prices, but the Semi-Anual Clearance sale at the reliable store of Lesueur-Gibbons Co. is the price slaughter you have been looking for. our clearance sale comes as regular as the change of the seasons, and our reasons for this sale are self-evident we must have room for our fall stock. We can afford to slaughter prices for the sake of room. We must have room. If you must be convinced, read these prices you know the quality if it comes from Lesueur-Gibbons. Now is the time to buy. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! I Men's work sox, 5c per pair; 50c per doz. Canvas shoes, 50 per cent reduction. r. Fancy Negligee shirts, 50 per cent reduc l tion. All men s trousers, 66 1-6 per cent re duction. ' Boys' knee pants, 33 1-3 per cent reduction j Ladies' waists, reduced 33 1-3 per cent. Skirts reduced 33 1-3 per cent.. Kimonos, 50 per cent off. 35c Hose cut to 20c. 25c Hose cut to 15c. 15c Hose cut to 8 l-3c. 10c IlandkerchVfs, 5c. 5c Handkerchiefs, 2 for 5c. 3 packages Pins for 5c. 3 papers Safety Pins, 5c. 2 cards Hooks and Eyes, 5c. Ladies' Silk Gloves, half price. BARGAINS! All ribbon has been reduced 33 1-3 per cent. Outing Flannel, 10c grade, now 6c. Canton Flannel, 10c and 120 values, now Gc. Pillow Tops, 35c values, now 20c. Underwear, regular $1.00 and $1.50 val ues, going at 75c per suit. Douglas shoes for men and women, 25 per cent reduction. BARGAINS! Lawns reduced 33 1-3 per cent. Silks reduced 25 per cent. Calicoes, 20 yards for $1.00. Apron Gingham, 6c per yard. Red Seal 'and A. F. C. Ginghams, going at ih 72x90-inch Sheets at 60c. Trunks and Suit Cases, 20 per cent off. Linoleum and Carpets, 20 per cent off. Belts, Collars, Suspenders, Hose Supporters, etc. Every department on the dry goods side, up stairs and down, has been thrown in on this slaughter sale. Every bundle means a bargain. The sale you' ve been waiting for. : : T i ri i i t i i i n"i . i i i t " i"i ' '' jl.il ,i,1m1iiH.,..ii.i tu'i.l. ----t-'- t t t t t 1 1,1 THE IGSUEUMDBBONS COMPANY t v ii tt miii i i i i i 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 rr .!... T 1 T. it - ' ' ' "t..t..t..t. t 1. u ARIZ. The Reliable Store