TILE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1911
PAGE EIGHT H
M. EIHngson & Sons
Dealers in Hay and Grain,
Seed Grain, Seed Oats,
Feed Oats, Rolled Barley,
Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags,
Open Day and Night
Conboy Drug Company
Everything in Drugs, j
Corner Adams and First:
PRESCRIPTION WORK Is a spe
cialty with ub that place our
store A Class.
EVERYBODY'S DRUG 8TORE
M01BILE III TABLE
GLOBE -PHOENIX STAGE
Quicker and cheaper than train
Fare, Globe, $15; $25 round trip
Leaves daily at 8:30 a. m.; arrives
Roosevelt 2 p. m.; Globe and Miami,
4:30 p. m. Passengers collected
from any part of the city. Tickets
at Adams and Ford Hotels and
Bhaw-s Smoke House. W. A. HILL,
Prop., 28 N Second Ave.
SO Acres in barley; SO acres In al
falfa; sandy loam and well fenced.
Price , Low Terms to Suit.
All alfalfa fruit and shade plant
ed two miles east of Mesa, ideal
Price $3000 Terms to Suit.
For Particulars See
Jesse f. Kelly
Eggs Rose Comb White
25-27 E. Adams St.
Invented and manufactures
This is the best solution ever
put in tires. Stops leaks and pre
serves the tires.
ONLY 25 CENTS
TOM & SING'S
Regular Meals, 35 Cents
Short Orders All Night.
26 North Center, Phoenix.
Get vour order in now. The beet
etock ever shipped to Arizona.
T. M. MELVILLE NURSERIES
Phoenix and Chandler
liit polk St. Alabama St
Everything in Lumbtr
Balstead Lumber Co.
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
DONE, 8EE THAT THIS
Is on It. or 'hat It le done by
one of the firms below, who
are entitled to use It
ARIZONA 8TATE PRE8S
R. A. WATKIN8
THE QUALITY PRESS
(Signed); Label Committee
Horace B. Grlffen, agent for
Tempe, will care for news, sub
scriptions and advertising In the
Tempe department Office with
A. Nielson & Co.
SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION
AT MESA SATURDAY
Warner Allen Slated to Succeed J. W.
Lesueur Who Refuses to
The annual election of trustees of
District Number 4 and of the Board of
Education of the Union High School
District will take place on Saturday
of this week.
There will be two vacancies to fill
on the Board of Education, one withiir
District Number 4 and the other with
out the district. Dr. Drane, who is the
present incumbent, is being groomed
for reelection, just whether he can be
induced to retain the position lias not
been learned. It is argued that the
doctor is a very painstaking member
of the board and that in the expendi
ture of the large sum of money that
will naturally be expended in the erec
tion of the new High School buildings,
that he should continue as a member
at least until the buildings are com
pleted. The other member of the board
is to be elected from without the boun
dries of District Number 4, to fill the
position formerly held by M. O. Swal
low. Warner Allen has been slated to take
the place of J. W. Lesueur. the pres
ent member of the Board of Trustees
of District Number Four, who abso
lutely refuses to consider reelection.
Mr. Lesueur has made a very efficient
member of the board and he has been
mportuned to retain the office until
the new Grammar School buildings
contemplated were " finished, but he
feels that his business interests de
mand his time and that he has per
formed his public duty to the patrons
of the district.
Tempe's set of Beau-Nots (in name
only, however), ' very pleasantly en
tertained at the home of Miss Rhoda
Strong on Saturday evening in honor
o: some thirty-odd guests. The occa
sion was a truly enjoyable one and
will long be remembered by those in
attendance. Games, dancing and card
playing contributed to the amuse
ment of the evening, followed with
the serving of light refreshments
along about the wee small hours of
yesterday morning. The Beau-Nots
have gained a name lor entertaining
that is here to stick just as long as
the club exists.
Dan Crawford, the Central Africa
explorer and missionary, will deliver
his second and final lecture in Tem
pe this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
normal auditorium. Admission is
free and everybody is cordially in
vited to attend.
CHURCH AT CHANDLER
Rev. R. E. Dunlap, pastor of the
Christian church in Tempe, paid a
visit to Chandler last evening where
he is now engaged In the organiza
tion of a church for the benefit of
the residents of that thriving little
town. Starting last evening. Rev.
Dunlap will conduct nightly services
at Chandler through this week, and
if the attendance warrants it they
will be continued indefinitely. His
subject theme last evening was "The
Bible, the Word of God." Rev. Mr.
Dunlap met with the good fortune of
securing aid from the state mission
ary society in organizing the church,
so that his efforts are now well near
'TWAS ALL IN VAIN
Constable R. C. Estrada returned
Saturday evening from Florence.
Hayden, Winkleman and Kelvin,
where he went the day previous in
search of a Mexican fugitive from
justice wanted here for wife deser
tion. The Mexican had been in that
locality at one time, all right, but
beat Estrada by a few hours, leav
ing Florence for Tucson by auto,
while the constable was instituting a
search for him at Winkelman and
The next number on the winter
lecture course will be given Thurs
day evening of this week when the
Rev. Jenkins Lloyd Jones, of Chi
cago, will lecture. Rev. Mr. Jones is
a lecturer of great repute and is cer
tain to prove his ability at enter
taining on a par with any of the
numbers of the course this year.
COME AND SEE i
"The Return of Eve"
to be presented by the I
Senior class of the Tempo :
Normal School, Friday;
April 3, 1914
at the auditorium. Time, :
8:15. Admission, 50c.
Come and see the best :
amateur production ever ;
witnessed in the valley. !
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
Tickets for one of the other post
poned numbers of the series, will be
honored on Thursday evening.
WANTS TO BORROW $S0O.00.
Owner small chicken ranch, one mile
from post office, valued at $1,400.00,
with brick house, insured for $750.00,
wants to borrow $SO0.00 on first mortg
age for two years, interest payable
semi-annually. Address Box 404, or
call Phone 8143. It
An illustrated lecture on the won
ders of the Salt River valley, will be
given at the normal auditorium to
morrow evening by a representative
of the Southern Pacific Railroad
company. Scenic wonders of other
parts of the United States will also
be touched upon during the course
of the lecture. The event is com
plimentary to the townspeople and
all are invited to attend. '
NOTICE I will discontinue service
on my Tempe milk route this morning.
The regular trip will be made hence
forth, however, by a new party. E.C.
RETURNED TO HOME
W! R. Bryant, accompanied by his
mother, left Saturday night for his
borne at San Diego, California. Mr.
Bryant, formerly employed at Hiir
mers' diug store, will be remem
bered as undergoing an operation at
the Sisters' hospital in Phoenix some
weeks ago for appendicitis.
TOWN IRRIGATING WATER
Irrigating water was turned in the
town ditches at 1 o'clock this morn
ing for a fifteen-hour run.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA.
STATE OF ARIZONA
J. M. Jamison, Plaintiff, vs. J. W.
Crenshaw, Administrator with the
will annexed of Estate of James T.
Simms, deceased, George A. Simms,
Charles F. Simms, James T. Simms,
Jr., Mary J. Erosius ami The Un
known Heirs of James T. Simms.
Action brought in the Superior
Court of the County of Maricopa.
State of Arizona, and the complaint
filed in said County of Maricopa in
the office of the Clerk of said Supe
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF ARIZONA, TO J. W. Crenshaw,
Administrator with the Will annexed
of the Estate of James T. Simms,
deceased, George A. Simms, Charles
F. Simms, James T. Simms, Jr., Mary
J. Brosius and The Unknown heirs of
James T. Simms, deceased, Defen
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
And required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above
named plaintiff, in the Superior Court
of the County of Maricopa, State of
Arizona, and answer the Complaint
therein filed with the Clerk of this
said Court, at Phoenix, in said Coun
ty, within twenty days after the
service upon you of this Summons,
it served in this said County, or in
all other cases, within thirty days
thereafter, the times above mentioned
being exclusive of the day of ser
vice, or judgment by default will be
taken against you.
Given under my hand and the seal
of the Superior Court of the County
of Maricopa, State of Arizona, this
th dav of March. 1914.
WM. E. THOMAS,
Clerk of said Superior Court.
By L. D. OLDHAM.
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Notice is hereby given that bids
will be received at the office of the
Grand Secretary of the Independent
Order of Odd fellows, Geo. A. Mintz,
134 West Washington Street, Phoe
nix, Arizona, to Monday, April 13,
1P14, at 12 M. for the printing, bind
ing, furnishing and delivery of 400
copies of the proceedings of the
Grand Lodge I. O. O. F., for the
year 1914, the same to be printed
on 48 pound book paper, bound in
GO pound cover paper uniform in
type and quality and style of work
with the proceedings of 1913, and
previous years, to be delivered to the
Grand Secretary, together with the
original copy, as per provisions of
Article XV., Constitution of the
Grand Lodge, of Arizona, within
thirty days after receipt of copy.
Bid to include compiling and print
ing index. The privilege of reject
ing any and all bids is reserved.
GEO. A. MINTZ,
Chairman Printing Committee.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of James" H. Ray, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned Administratrix of the Es
tate of James II. Ray, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within ten months after
the first publication of this notice
to the said Administratrix at 311
Fleming Building, Phoenix, Arizona,
the same being the . place for the
transaction of the business of said
estate, in the said County of Mari
copa, SARAH E. RAY,
Administratrix of the Estate of
James H. Ray, deceased.
Dated this 5th day of March, 1914
WHY HE WAS ANGRY
First Motorist (after very narrow
shave) But why all this fuss? "VVe
haven't damaged you. You . can't
bring an action against us.
Second Motorist I know I can't,
sir, I know I can't; that's just my
Mr. Gibbons at Everybody's Drug
Store will care for subscriptions,
advertising, and news of the
Mesa department. Phone 291 and
NUPTIALS AT TEMPE
Prettily Appointed Affair at Denver
Holmesly Residence in Tempe
A wedding of no little interest to lo
cal and Scottsdale residents, took place
Saturday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Denver Holmesly, a mile
southeast of Tempe, when their daugh
ter. Miss Hallie, was united in marriage
to John R. Johnston of Scottsdale. The
ceremony was perlormed at eignt
o'clock, in the presence of some forty
or fifty friends and relatives of the
contracting parties. Rev. R. E. Dunlap,
pastor of the Christian church in Tem
The full evening's program was un
usually well appointed. The home was
very prettily decorated in orange blns-
some and in one corner of the parlor
hung an immense bell. Under this,
promptly at eight, to the tune of the
wedding march played by Miss Winnie
Wickliffe, a close friend of the bride,
the couple took their stand. The bride
was attended by Miss Beaulah Sturge
on, the groom by his brother.
The wedding was not sprung as a
complete surprise, for during the past
few months, several affairs in honor of
the bride bave been given, one a linen
shower and a second a cut glass and
china shower. Both were exceedingly
brilliant affairs. Gifts to the young
couple were many and beautiful.
Mrs. Johnston is the only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Denver Holmeslv of
Tempe, an( has made this her home
from early childhood. She is a gradu
ate from the Tempe Normal School,
but in preference to teaching, also
concluded the commercial course at the
The groom has made the valley his
residence for a number of years and is
now' permanently located on some
promising ranch land near Scottsdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnston will be at
home to their friends on the grooms
ranch near Scottsdale.
Dan Crawford, the famous African
traveler and explorer who spent twenty
three years in the heart of the dark
continent, will be at the High School
assembly room this afternoon at 1
o'clock, where he will deliver a free
lecture. He is heralded as an enter
tainer of ability and no doubt on ac
count of his stay in the wilds, will be
heard by an interested and apprecia
LADY MACCABEES DANCE '
The Lady Maccabees are planning to
give a farewell dance of the season at
K. P. Hall, on Thursday evening of this
week, on account of the approaching
summer season, the dance has been
designated as the last until fall.
TO BE MONTHLY PICNICS
On account of the huge success of
the picnic given by the Christian
church Sunday School last week, it has
been decided to make the feature a
regular event throughout the summer
and the next party is to be held on the
river, north of the city.
RECITAL MARCH 27th
The stake primary is making ar
rnagements to give a recital at the
tabernacle on Friday evening of this
TO AUDITORS OFFICE
C. M. Taylor, with the local office of
the Arizona & Eastern, a refuge from
Mexico, left for Tucson yesterday.
C. M. Taylor, who for the past sev
eral months has been connected with
the local office of the Arizona & East
ern and who was transferred yesterday
to the auditors office at Tucson, is a
firm believer in intervention with Mex
ico. He is of the opinion that the
trouble will never cease until the
United States interferes and takes a
hand in the fray. Mr. Taylor is in a
position to know the inner workings
of the Mexican affairs. He has trav
eled across the republic from the Ari
zona line to the Isthmus of Tehaunte
pec astride a mule. The journey re
quired three years. The destination at
the outset was the Isthmus of Panama
but when Tehauntapec was reached, he
was stricken with fever where he re
mained in a hospital six months. Not
only did he penetrate the heart of the
republic on his trip, but he came in
contact with people who had never seen
a white man and in many instances
he has seen them prostrate themselves
upon the ground before him in an at
tempt to do him the greatest honor
they knew how to bestow. It is with
this knowledge of the real Mexican
people that he possesses that leads him
to believe that some outside country
will have to Interfere before peace will
ever be satisfactorily established.
MESA VS LEHI
The Mesa Seventh Grade team won
from the Lehi Seventh Grade Saturday
by a score of 12 to 6. Diehl the Mesa
pitcher, carried off the honors. He was
credited with five strike-outs and a
three bagger. The Mesa battery, Diehl
and Kelsey: Lehi, Jones and Smith.
Score bv innings:
I.ehi 0 21020010
Do you remember those good old
days when the colored people would
hold a real old-fashioned camp meet
ing in the grove, and how all the white
folks would "gather round" to hear the
genuine plantation melodies sung onlv
as the "Darky" can sing them? The
famous "Nashville Students" will bring
back those days, and take you way
down South. Their fantastic dances,
done as the negro alone can do them,
their quaint but tuneful songs, their
plantation acts and their mimicy will
be done exactly as the real negro docs
them, and all that means two solid
hours of wholesome and invigorating
fun and amusement. The Nashville
Students will be here next Tuesday
night at the Mesa Opera House.
(Special to The Republican)
BENSON, March 21 Professor
Mowery's son, a lad about 12 years of
age, had his leg broken at school on
Friday playing baseball. It is said the
boys were using a basketball but it was
not explained how this caused the ac
cident. Another boy, a Mexican about
the same age, was struck by Chas.
Moss's automobile and was badly hurt
with a large gash cut under his eye.
The school children have no room in
the school yard to play so they have to
play in the street and this is a source
of great annoyance to auto drivers for
many of the boys will stand right in
front of a machine or attempt to run
across the street in front of them as
they are passing. It is said that no
blame can be attached to Mr. Moss.
While this accident is to be regretted',
it is hoped that it will make the boys
more careful in the future.
We have just had delightful rains,
stock men say that the range is in
hotter shape now than they have been
for many years.
NOTICE TO BOND BUYERS
SALE OF MESA UNION HIGH
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at the office
cf the Board of Supervisors of Mari
copa County, in the city of Phoenix,
Arizona, until ten o'clock A. M.
MONDAY, APRIL TWENTIETH,
for the purchase of one hundred fif
ty (ir,0) Mesa Union High School
Bonds, with accrued interest. Said
Bonds being in denomination of One
Thousand Dollars each, amounting in
the aggregate to the sum of One
Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars
(J150.000.00) and bearing interest at
six (bc) per cent per annum, pay-
ble semi-annually. Said Bonds to
be dated May first, 1914, and pay
able twenty years from the date
thereof. Both principal and interest
payable in Cold Coin, Lawful Money
f the United States, at the office of
the Treasurer of Maricopa County
Bonds to be delivered to the pur
chaser thereof in the city of Phoenix,
Arizona, at the office of the Clerk of
the Board of Supervisors of said
Thtse Bonds are issued under the
authority of Title XI. Revised Stat
utes of Arizona, 1913.
The opinion of Messrs. Dillon,
Thompson & Clay, Attorneys, of the
City of New York, as to the validity
of the Bonds will be furnished to the
All bids must be unconditional ex
cept as to favorable opinion by
Messrs. Dillon, Thompson & Clay,
and must be accompanied by a cer
tified check upon a National Bank
or upon a bank in Arizona, for Five
Thousand Dollars payable to the
Treasurer of Maricopa County, which
(heck shall be forfeited in case of
refusal or omission of the successful
bidder to accept the Bonds and make
payment therefor within thirty days
from date of award. No bid for less
than par value and accrued interest
to date of delivery will be received.
The checks of unsuccessful bidders
will be returned upon rejection of
each bid. Bids at a rate of interest
loss than six (G"c) per cent will be
The Board expressly reserves the
right to reject any and all bids or to
waive any informality in any bid.
Bids will be opened by said Board
on Monday, April 20th, 1914, at ten
o'clock A. M. and thereafter consid
ered. Bids must be sealed and addressed:
James Miller, Jr., Clerk Board of
Supervisors, rhoenix, Arizona, and
marked on outside of envelope: "High
School Bond Proposal."
By order of Board of Supervisors,
JAMES MILLER, JR.,
"What about some liquid refresh
"Na. Ah'm an abstainer. But Ah'll
tak' the money or a cigar." London
Reggie Thev say it takes nine
tailors to make a man, don't you
Miss Keen You should patronizi
i ight more, Reggie.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given by the un-
i VjbipWtaMARY F UUER
We make the gro
cer's prices; both prices,
the one he buys-at, the
one he sells-at, are fair.
We make his terms in
one particular: he returns
a dissatisfied customer's
money and tells us; we
send him the money and
2c more for his postage.
This is fair.
Complaints are few;
there are some.
Schlllinr's But ni jw Ant
A Schilling & Company
dersigned, Charles Lambcrtz, that on
tlie 1 tit U
Provos must file with the said
Cotton Growers Attention
machinery at Kunz Bros.
monev. Let us show vou.
the 16th day of February, 1914, be
was duly appointed Assignee for the
benefit of the Creditors of John
Provos, of Phoenix, Maricopa Coun
ty, Arizona: and that all creditors
having claims against the said John
Nestor Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc.
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO.
3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix
Automobiles, Garages and Accessories
W. V. CATLIN CO., State Agents
Garage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue Phone 1450
AUO SUPPLY CO.
4 -WHEEL DRIVE TRUCK
1 TON TO 6 TONS
EO AND COL
$1900.00 F. 0. B. PHOENIX
1 321 N. Cen. Ays.
Ford Motor Cars
Paige-Detroit Service House.
Charles Lambertz, Assignee, a state
ment of the nature and amount of
their claims as required by law with
in four months from the date of the
first publication of this notice,
rhoenix, Arizona, March 5, 1914.
Buy your cotton field
& Messinger and save
AUTOMOBILES Everything fop tkm
automobile carried In stock.
First and Van Buren Btreeta
Vulcanizing of all klade dona
promptly, work martnte
out of towa work sollclte.
210 West Waihingto Street
Overland phone IK
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
EVERYTHING BUT THE AUTO.
517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
"Alive at Both Endi."
F. A. Eberlein, State Agent
235 W. Washington St.
P. O. Box 1072. Phoenix
THE CARR AUTO CO.
Storage and Repairing
Open Day and Night
108-10 N. 2nd Ave.
Oscar Irvin, Agent
Garage 229 East Adama St.
Khone 539 or 596
AEIZONA AUTO CO.
302 N. Central Avenue
F. E. Huffer, Manager
THB aUBIIST RIDING CAR ON THJB MAKX1T
CEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Ariieaa
Corner Second and Adama Street
passenger, $2g. Runabout. 1171.
108-110 E. Adama St Agent for
Maricopa county agent for Hentfrle
MOTOR CAES W. A. Horreli
521 N. Central Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
Best equipped machine shop In aouthwoat Complete
atock of accessories.
OVERLAND AUTO CO,
Phone 688. 326 N. Central Ave.
Palce 25 $1075. Paige 36 J1390. F. O.
B. Phoenix Completely equipped. Phone
la4o for demonstration.
A. W. NEWTON
235 West Wash St.
Lamps, Windshields and Fender repairing. Wa
replace glasses in Windshields, Allumlnum re
pairing. Crank Cases, Transmission rasoa.
All work guaranteed. 233 N. Center Street
Pleasure Cars and Commercial Trucks
Service Station 326-28-30 N. Central. Phone 683
M. L. NAQUIN, Distributor
Goodyear No-Rlm-Cut Tire
Special motorcycle dellvarj
to out-of-town breakdown
Acceasorlea and supalie
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