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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1909.
flflESA DEPARTMENT SGHRAM Mesa Butter $60,000.00 For Sal by All Landing Grocers in A rimna and Maxico. WHEN IT'S HOT drop in Ice Creams and Sherbets. They are the finest in town. Remember, our specialty is Prescriptions. HOLLADAY DRUG HI LOY'S RESTAURANT The Best Meals in Town. Short Orders. North Side Main St. HH I Ml 1 t II 1 i 1 1 Mil HIM' REMEMBER Tou get a square deal at tbe ' ' MESA JEWELRY 8TORE where all goods and work are ' guaranteed. The Jewelry Store ! ', in the Chandler block. i i 1 1 h h i 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 h i nun- ii n i in ,' 1 1 1 1 t,,t,.t..t..i- j Drop in and see the ; new goods at A. HUNSAKER'S I Evrrvthiiiir in the drv 'jroods line is being C opened fTVV nrn.VTVrv.t.v1..r..VVTTT.t.1( The Great At Cost Sale at The Popular Will continue the remainder of the week. Prices never before attempted in every department will be thrown out to the buying public. Actual cost is our motto this week. Not only does the cost mark and the selling mark remain the same this week, but in some instances we are selling for 15 per cent less than manufacturers' cost. This applies to the lawns and some summer goods. Saturday night the At Cost Sale will positively come to a close. No more continuations. If you have not laid in a supply of goods for the fall it is not our fault. However, here is the warning.. Come before Saturday night. Ask any customer who has been to our store about our prices. - . Remember, Sale Closes Saturday Night. Mr. A. Good Fellow IT was at the breakfast table. Mr. A. Good Fellow pulled np his cbatr eud propped bis paper In a comfortable position against tbe sugar bowl. "Now. look at this, will your said he to his companion. "Look at tbe lout page of this paper, will youf it's all about tbe various watering places and Rummer resorts nod vacations. If there Is one subject that I am well posted on. Bo. it is this vs-atiun gag. Yea. I've been there, and also I know some others that hove been there. Tbelr experiences would All a large-sized volume, and bo would mine. "Now, while we are on tbe subject. Bo. Bitting here in tbls cozy little res taurant, let me tell you about my friend. Spllvins. Von ( It was tbls way. Bpllvlns decided that he needed a vaca tion. He had worked In tbe office for tbe paat three years and bad never aa mueb as asked for a day on. In some way or other be scored np tbe nerve to ask the boas for two weeks off. It was given him, and then came the fun. Of course, you know. Bplirtns la a mar rl?d mm. baa a nifty little wife and Ave children, tbe hitter's ages ranging from three months to elgbt years. KpllTlDa got biiBy with tbe time-tables, hotel rates and dope about the hundreds of gammer resorts, and tben finally de cided to take bis Juvenile asylum for two weeks at Sq,uasbville-on-Mnddy-Creek. I don't know the exact location of that distinguished watering place, but tbe prospect" said that all tbe big bugs came there for tbe summer, aud that was Just what Pplivlus wanted. "Well, old Spllvins apent the nlgbts for about two weeks before bis trip in parking the trunks and getting ready. , Finally all was In first-rlnss shape. The start via made after tbe children had been tied together so that tbey wouldn't get lost during tbe trip. "Old Squnsbville didn't turn out to be anything like tbe depe read. Tbe Spliv 1ns faml'y. who, by the way. were pretty tired and" discouraged when tbey arrived at their destination, waa met by a farm er driving an old. tumbledown wagon. His bcrsts looked like tbey bad grad uated from a New York back line. Trunks, fcldi and fishing tackle were piled In tbe vehicle, and tbe trip of live miles over the ro-k1est kind or bills was taken up. 'Then, what do you suppose they found? The hotel w here they had engaged the whole upper'fioor was nothing but a mucb-worn conn try bouse. It most have been constructed long before Noah ever thought of a sea voyage, for the roof leaked auiltlbe white-washed sideboards bad cracks In them that a Dreadnought conld b passed through easily.-. Bet tbe whole blamed family was so dog 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 Irak." For sale only by 0. S. STAPLEY & CO. THE CAPITAL AND SURPLUS of THE MESA CITY BANK We solicit your patronage A strictly fancy creamery product for table use, always pure and fresh. The Mesa Dairy & Ice Co. Manufacturers. and try some of our fine CO., Mesa Ariz. MOTION PICTURES Tuesday and Thursday nights at the Vance Auditorium. ,j.,MM lli-l HI lUmillll H The best bread; the most gro- " cerlea for tbe money at '. '. Mesa Bakery & Cast) Store jj Peterson Home. 1 1 I 1 I I 1 11 II I 1 I I I I I I 1 H 1 H SALT RIVER VALLEV LAND COM PANY Real Estat, Mines, Loane, Insurance. (One Door West of I'ostoffice.) Chandler Bldg. Mesa. Arizona. THE POPULAR A CORTiER FOR, MM on a Rural Trip. tired that tbey didn't care. It started to rain that night. The Spllvins were re ereted sway on the topmost point and tbey got the benefit of the shower. It certainly did niln, nnu it was a sorry looking Spllvins family that came down to breakfast tbe next morning. And that breakfast tbey bad fried potatoes and boiled tripe! "Right at that point Spllvins derided be would bare some good ses food if be bad to catch it himself. He made a gentle query of tbe In nd lord as to tbe best location for casting a line, and re ceived the Information that Muddy ("reek bad been dried "up every since May and that the nearest pond was about ten miles away. Thnt was pretty bad; but. of course. It was only a beginning. The well water.' which the newspaper" had aald was of the finest variety, possessed only tbe last-named quality. The eating went from bad to worse; tbe files and other insects were so bad at night that tbey couldn't Bleep: one of the kids took tbe measles; another wns bitten by a rattlesnake. Mrs. Spllvins lost nil tbe welgbt she ever bad, and that Isn't say ing much. Spllvins fell out of tbe o d barrel-stave hammock and broke his arm. "They stayed the two weeks, howevef. That baa been two years ago, and since that time Spllvtns has uever asked for another vacation. But. Bo. that's only one variety. Let me tell you some of my experiences. What! Got to go al ready? Got to be at tbe office? No; that'a all right; I'll pay the check. You see, I ain't going on any vacation and I'll hare money all summer. Yes; so lougl" Curious Facts. CHE kadzu Is snld to be tbe quickest growing plant In the world. It Is species of the bean and is claimed to grow AO feet In three mouths. Tbe blghest tides of Europe take place la tbe Bristol Channel, where la the spring the water difference is said to le about 40 feet. The blghest tides In the world occur at Fnndy Bay, Nova Bcotla. where the difference Is over 70 feet. Tbe lowest tides are In Lake Michigan, where the difference Is only snout three Inches. A coroner in England claims thnt he bas discovered a law by which every male over 12 years of age can be forced to serve on n coroner's Jury. It is possible to go entirely around the world and still remain on Britirh terri tory during the entire route, going by way of England to Halifax, across Canada to Vancouver, across the Pacific to Hongkong, thence to Klngspore, Pe nang. Cape Town, SL.-Uelvue and tben back to Euglaud. Chas. F. Jones Manager . VAN WINKLE INFANT BURIED YESTERDAY The Life of Al Miller Wat Sacrificed in Vain. The two months old infant of Mr and Mrs. J. W. Van Winkle, fi.r whom Dr. Stoeur whs called to Fl: li Creek to attend, which resulted In th! fatal accident near Government Wells, (lied at this place Sumiiiy night with brain fever and was buried yestor rtuy afternoon at the Mesa cemetery. The funeral was held at the home of L. R. Norton, north of the north depot at three o'clock yesterday af ternoon under the direction of Ucv. C. Sidney Mwldox of the liaptist church. The child took sick at fish Creek station on the government mud Satur day night and Boon became seriously ill. Dr. Mower was Immediately noti fied from that place and a later hurry up message was sent and it was in order to give the babe medical at tention that the early morning trip .was undertaken In the Al Miller auto mobile. In the meantime the parents, who were camping at Fish Creek, started for Mesa and arrived here Sunday evening. Medical assistance was Immediately summoned, but not until it was too late. The child ill-d alout ten o'clock Sunday night. Mrs. Van Winkle Is a cousin of Mrs. I,Ulic Hicks of this place and the sick child was taken to the home of Mrs. Hick's father. U 15. Norton, where it afterwards died. The afternoon session was presided over by the stake president, J. T. I.e Sueur. The principal work being the selection of stake and general authori ties. One change of importance was made. Miss Deborah. Allen, who Is soon to leave for Salt Ijike City to pursue her studies in music, was suc ceeded by Miss Mamie Clark as first counsellor to the presidency of the Young; Ladies Mutual, Mrs. Kanna Dana being president of that body. A meeting of the Mutual associations was held in the evening and Friday evening September 10, announced as Annual Social day. An interesting program was announced. Tea for Ma-ket. 772 "F tl3' common tea used on the I ft I able Is prepared for ninrket It must go through four distinct processes. First it must be wilted, then conns the turning aud rolling, then tbe fermentn tlon and roasting. During tbe various processes the amount of tnnnln Is greatly dlmbilshed, being reduced from 'H to 12 per rent. The aroma of ten Is developed In the process of fermentation. The oxygen of tbe nlr assists In tbe decom An Economical Bungalow, Costing $2,400. x ' V' -i f It'!,'- ; r - f ' OI K ILLVSTKATIOS In tills Issue Is that of a bungalow 33 feet 0 inches by 30 fwt deep. It is called "An Economical Bungalow" on account of 'be general treatment, wblcb Is simple, with out expensive detail, a foundation witii basement under one half, giving ample spare for vegetable cellar aud frrnuce aud fuel room. Tbe tlazza across tbe front is 0 feet by IN FROM THE HILLS. O. S. Staple and Family Returned After Weeks of Recuperating Near Pavson. O. S. Stapley and family returned yesterday from a two months vacation spent in the mountains in the vicinity of Pine and Paysnn. The trip was made without any great amount of ex citement, with the exception that "Old Dolly," the family driving mare, drop ped dead, presumably on account of the high altitude, while being ridden by one of the boys. Mr. Stapley returns, benefited In health, one of the objects for which the trip was planned. While the mountain fastness was productive of cool breezes and restful nights, there wan a lack of fruit which worked a hardship on the younger Staplcys. In order to get one good fill of fruit they took a near trail across the country and arrived in Mesa several hours ahead of their iiarents. They made a raid on the Ix-Sueur-Glbbons' fruit stand and came very near depriving the firm's regular customers of their supply of fruit. A GIRL THIS. TIME. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Crlsmon were visited by the stork Sunday afternoon and as a result they are the proud par ents of a 11 pound girl. This, the third addition to the family, the first one a girl, the second a boy, and the third another girl. NEW TEACHER ENROUTE. Frank C. Johnson, the new manual training teacher, who is a graduate of the Oklahoma university, is enroute to this place from his home In the new state and is expected here at any time. It is understood that Mr. Johnson Is an athlete of considerable ability and a baseball enthusiast as well. Mr. John son is a single man, but whether he is beyond redemption or not is a matter that has not been discussed by the young ladies of the town, nor will it be until they have a chance to t-ike a look at the new professor. IMPORTANT SHIPMENTS A shipment of unusual importance at this particular time was that which passed through here yesterday morning bound for Winkleman. The shipment comprised three carloads of steel, four carloads of piling, and one carload of heavy bridge timber. RETURNS FROM DENVER. Mrs. C. Fred Yiraekett returned Sun day from an extended vacation spent with relatives and friends at Denver and Boulder. Colorado. She has been greatly benefited by the trip. Mr. ami Mrs. Krackett left yesterday for the, Bulldog mine in the vicinity of Gold field, where they spent the day.' South McDonald Street. position of the tannin. Green Chinese tea contains less combined caffelu than black tea, while the Burmese tea. which is prepared by crude methods, contains tbe smallest proportion of combined cnffelu. The "bud ten." made from the young leaves and dried, contains two thirds of the original raffetn. The only Inrge body of fresh water In Japan worthy of mention Is Lake Blwa. which Is 8A miles long and 12 miles wide. Its greatest depth is about 3u0 feet. I)KSI(iED BY CHAS. S. SEDGWICK, ARCHITECT. '22 feet, and Is screened in, tbe main roof gable being brought forward over the plnzzn and giving windows !nt' tbe spnee above, tuns nttordiug storage space ami two sleeping rooms, the most eco nomical iice In the bouse. The main living-room Is across the front. 12 feet U Inches by 21 feet 6 inches, with a coiner fireplace, one main chimney, ac commodating the-(urnnee. kitchen and fireplace. Tbe dining-room at the left QUARTERLY CONFERENCE A Large Attendance at the Meetings on Saturday and Sunday. The quarterly conference of the Latter Day Saints was held Saturday and Sunday, in the tabernaclo and was quite well attended and especially for thi3 time of year. Two meetings were held Saturday and two Sunday. The Sunday morning service was a Sunday school session and was under the direction or the Sunday school superintendency, the officers being L. Gibbons. W. A. Macdonald and Bert ram Jones. A program was rendered which was appreciated by those pers cnt. DEATH OF NORTON CHILD. Twin Passed Away at Prescott Will Be Buried at Mesa Today. One of the twin babies of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Norton died at Prescott Sunday morning, where they had been taken by their mother a week ago in the hope of benefitting their health. The other twin, a son, is very ill. The funeral will he held today with inter ment in the Mesa cemetery. The body reached Mesa last night. The bereav ed family and relatives have the sym pathy of the entire community. MRS. LAFE DANA ILL. Mrs. Lafayette Dana, who is spend ing the summer in Showlow In the hope of benefitting her health, is re linked as jio better. She has been growing thinner since her arrival (he mountain town and it is not be loved that the change has been of any ?reat benefit. Mr. Dana, who has been with his wife up until a few days ago, reports that there has been consider able rainy and disagreeable weather in the mountains this summer. ABOUT RECOVERED. Dr. Brack, who wa.s injured several weeks ago by getting his feet tangled in a rone that was fastened to a wild pony, is again able to be on the streets, ami can now walk around without much difficulty or pain. BOND AT $600. Catarino Chaves, who was caught in the act of burglarizing the home of Pete Bcrnal, Saturday night, was yes terday arraigned before Justice Carr 'f Tempo precinct and placed under Bull bond pending the securing of an attorney and witnesses which were asked for by the defendant. The bond was not forthcoming. The prelimin ary will be held this morning at the 'own hall. Justice Carr is acting in he place of Justice Irwin of this place, who is absent on his vacation in Los Angeles and San Diego. HOME FROM VACATION Mrs. K. L. Mumford and daughter, Blanche, returned Sunday evening from a trip which included the towns of Ijimar, Iueblo and Rocky Ford, Colorado. The trip was a most enjoy able one. NEWS NOTES. Donald McQueen left last night for Iron Springs, Prescott and Ash Fork for a temporary rest up. Mrs. Charles Blakely is ill with ty phoid fever at her home. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gibbons were Phoenix visitors yesterday. Mrs. Gib bons went on out to their ranch home (Continued on Dane 12.) Marriage in Russia. TJ MONO the peasants of Russia there w Is no ancb thing as divorce. Two of J 1 their proverbs are as follows: "Tbe wife Is not a sboe. that can be cast away nt will. Tbe knot is tied, and It will not come untied until after 100 years." Nor Is Intermarrying permitted until after the fourth degree of klnshlo Is reached, and the deceased wtfe'B sister Is also barred. In Russia marriage Is one of the most sacred offices, end the two proverbs are pointed to with much reverence. of the living-room Is 10 feet by 12 feet 6 inches, exclusive of tbe projected re cess for Bldehoard. These two main rooms are finished up In Mission style wl;h dark, stained wood, high plate rail carried around both rooms rnd a Plain beamed celling. This bungnlow has bi-en built for tbe sum of $2.4U. fxclu slve of heating and plumbing. The out side is stained shingles, with white cas iutjs, cornices, etc. SOFT DRINKS Good line of Mineral Waters. at E. P. GROVER'S. HIGH CARBON coiled spring steel Woven Wire Fencing. Car load- L. W. Blinn Lumber Co. 41 1 1 I 111 II I II 111 1 II II H l'l :: The Salt River Valley Bank ; : The repre sentative '.' ;: bank of Mesa. We '.' :: welcome your account. I M 111 I n I II I I I I I I I ' i i 80 Acres Under Government Canal $35 Per Acre Mesa Land Co. 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 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 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. .. .$150 Money to loan, in large or small amounts. Pomeroy Guthrie Realty Company The Oldest Realty Co. in Mill. Box 247. Sultan's Enormous Expenses. nO ruler In any country bas an ex pense account similar to that of the former Sultan of Turkey, who bad every unnecessary Kind of loafer about his palace. First, there was the offi cial pipe-bolder, tbe cigarette-bolder, and hundreds of others, eoch of whom bad ao "assistant. The Imperial kitchens employed 240 rooks and 660 scullions. Twice a day tbey prepared about 3,000 trays, eseh carrying 100 courses. Tben 300 attendants, eech carrying a tray, car ried them throughout the palace and dis tributed tbe edibles nt the various places. In tbe month of Ramazan thousands of poor people collect near the palace at sunset and count on obtaining tbe evening Railroad Timber. mANY of tbe leading railroads of the country have raised cry about their Inability to obtain the kind of lumber tbey need in their work and a plan has been formulated by some of the leading officials of the larger Western lines to grow certain kinds of timber along their right of way. The project seems to be on good footing and further arrangements will be made to carry out tbe plan. Aside from being of direct practical value, tbe reforestation of the railroad rights of way would tell on tbe passenger depart ment revenue. To travel through a long line of shade trees on each elde of the track would make the scenery more beau tiful and traveling a thousandfold more comfortable in summer. 1 i iLtvtrii BoiH iaiinina rri popen "I 131 POwCH BCD BOOM I I J io'XKrO I I New Tall Trousers mm ill Sweet-Orr Corduioyi. Every desirable style and pattern in the famous Sweet Orr and Nufangl. Sold only by the TOGGERY Mesa, Arizona EVERYBODY'S THREE WINNERS. Prickly Heat Remedy, Mos quito Dope, Witch Hazel Cream. Manufactured and sold by . SBBTlaa! , a mi jm Mesz, Arizona. neal hen good Mobammednns take their first food, water and cigarettes for tbe day. Tbe extravagance of the new Sul tan Is net as great aa that of the de posed one. but be is known to have sup plied an oz when a French cook asked for Just a little beef in preparing one of bis dishes. Tbe Bultan bas hundreds of horses, an army of coachmen, grooms and attend ants, all living on tbe fat of the land, and many of them drawing large sal aries. Tbe a varies are also a costly luxury. Birds collected from all parts of tne world are placed in cages which adorn all partj of tbe many palaces. An other large staff of servants is required to take care of t!ie birds. The College Education. TTHEN he was In his freshman year lllbe decided to be president, first W starting on the lowly rung as vice president and then slowly working him self to the top of tbe ladder. In bis sophomore year he decided to go West, find a gold mine and get rich, consMestng that more profitable than be ing the public IdoL In his Junior year he decided to be satisfied with a Job as chief clerk In some well-established house, taking his usual weekly salary home to bis wife and babies. ' Three months after his degree hod been banded him be waa looking for a Job at f 10 a week. BTOPC BM CHAMBER CMAMBCB o-c6tse Ul STORE PM