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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MONING, MAY 3, 1893.
MESA CITY, ARIZONA, MAY 3, 1803.
. nnnnlnv EXOrClSOS
Social "u "-
Dances at Both Halls.
Tk, child""18' dance nt the social
. . ti... afternoon of May D.iV was
cr0. i(Miei) The larite anil rotnmo-
si S i on wi,h jyu8 c,h,,,,rei,f
T, Si?" " fl8 sract "' and ih8y in
'J'mnTenientson the floor as many
f'S Miulc at the Social hall
vlht c'lv r children. enj..yinK
&w''ohe fallen extent. Ilia
the' t r ih.- Klue hall wan furnished
niMr.l'rousej Nate Brand-
l.rtl, liolla unrA fur
'."v. .k ..irp.hmentF. such n letn-
,.hpii ,' -.- . , i
'",. ......it. nrnnizes. etc. lownra
Tctoseoltbpday the foot race, took
, rVoU Srcond race. boy. 12 yearn
:?-... i mw. voiine ems' race, fol-
';d l.v the vinne ladies' race; wheel
.n'oM and youtiB men's races;
ioDD nnd ruiuiltiK two-nop-anu-
iuiv t..JLAIiitnit rutin! m.
imp, stllillllK iiiii-c-ji"K "
.hVimp. hiKh kicklni:, pitchinp a
iVdUiirhi, ladles' talking cir
i, 111 were interesting It-mures.
Oi;teanumier hi vuuuk iv( c ..
... .hmiiImI the uiortiine exerclites
aJ ih wiil dancnm in the afternoon
Mav Uay Program.
Tbe ftvlins program waa cirrieu
hronjb on Mav a :
kit. ,ii. a rnoip.
Prof, tf. II H Ith-
llru City Hallll.
Maid of lloiior.
i. u . it k Kuilcr.
ddle Mir no unci other..
K M l.e II. run.
Luln Mo o mid.
. .Gen. Wll'on.
Maine Johnson and o her'.
. . Ch-l'.
iUI.SI I U'l
r n is t.f "
n. $ Ken
Thfrc t p'.eas.int danco at the
lutsili mi hoise hut niclil.
IV hi I at Hie Sorlal lnit evenine
i a 'ii'i d aim an report n tine
M'!"1V nnd Min Lizzie Mc
( t il u' the Tempo visitor
Id' t; n Metiran was nrrcpted by
ec'Y mi'slul last, niht nnd put in
:t .ier '
Ihn'e n aiiendance nl the coeial
bk a' t'ip hall in Lehi last evening
pj'tioei j ivable time.
A -c raro veterdnv I'e'er-
a'l black horse won over l'otnerov'a
' ' forty vard.
TfS'erday there wan plenty of duet
J'lin.n ii m, nnthtnt; hut lu)t and
rJ'i " h plt-nsiiro of Miivdav.
C W Mcra'land. Hen. Sineletarr.
nl' ft -on, Tom KellfV nnd llnidv
it" i er up from Tompe ye tei-
II' i"ri "Vnv returned from the'
J mir.i-4 the upt-rtition ranye on
cut mi He reports mining pros-
;i" Viry brtiihr.
TheMxi.oti who wait hnuined down
'"a !,( k itplmll lnt nlitlif. fpi-t
''."""''"i. H wns drunk nnd
l b niniil u nt the time.
lit hi Vine, hall ilirPH In.t niclit.
'f nr km t nlioiit. llflv rnniilcs
t'-wi n eand attire who enjoyeii
v " -o me lullet extent anil
'""it ,t t , hest dnriiu of the
' tia'l a runnwav Int pvenlnc.
rtrfk.' fain hcMinn frluhtem il
ItVpinli. An nlfl... .... .!.... ...)
, . " to om ;iii;M-in nun
I "nr (ri)n. thrtluiplilnw i.r. Innlr
9 n0n In street, HinitihltiB the
'" I'" in; no other harm.
t.. ' '
" l,lll ,1 II IhoURllt.
irnt,fl,,j:,urnaiof hish rePut is
y,l lno st-itcment that rrof.
the i:man phygioiojjist, has i.
.," " "ai-nine that will actually
'' ' weiRhtof a thought. To quote
lsmT a(,('ount mentioned: I'rof.
:tof ii,..,.. ' -l v V ""
ljd ,1. n? causes a rush ol
L in rain' this blood-rush vary
lj?, 'tensity aecordinfj to the
1 "' IIP T) H.....1 I.. .1
LHj. , !'"' t-.4 a I41U4I 111 U1U JUifc-
ttth u T!ti w (1clicatcly balancexl
enrrV 0I l,IOO(1 turned tho scale
froiessor sats Mint. vtin. t.. r.,,1
ocT,? the thought or visions
I it t-, " is urcaius arc Bum
!! "? .the ''tad to sinlc below
i ""-- .inn tk.i At ...
aa 4i , , c 6!,m(' takes place
;W .""J"1' w disturbed hy a
efciK " frthcr declares that
rev,,, i TC"Unicate when a person
to w, . " """ wnen urccic, tno
tS1 Pxcrtlon q!d tor
1 1 .. a more profuse rush
310 the head.
t j " ' ' "ert IJent.
.'..'.. Cy tho Woll.irnnwn Inrocll.
I I.,.. ""Dal mOTpmnnt. t.tf tnnnn.
War?,nC0,n Photograpby and tho
reatca h Phases of the
edbVtM. "uwca .r P.pn.r"
1 arjln i r incvnoa. i no
of 4 1" In his cxpcrlmcnta was
Strayed or Stolen.
One fleahlttcn crey horfe weijrhlni:
abont 1,000 or 1,100 pounds, branded
on left thigh. Suitable reward is offered.
William M. Gilbert has
bull lor sale.
a fine Jersey
Will .Servo Good Meals at 35c.
Board $5.00 por week.
Mesa City, : ; : : Arizona,
CLEVELAND BAY IMPORTED HORSE.
Kttradtrlc tny. IGhMidihlch. Welht 1,100.
Itred by John Lett Uelllngham, York; Imported
hy W. Tbompinn & Som; Fot tu iw. Sire,
Carpenter No. 71. dam hy Empire No-102. Will
land the prerent uaton, ticsluiiliiK April lit
and ending July 1( at the ranch of U. F.
Kogera, oue uiilo vrcitof Meia City.
Single Service $10, Season $15.
Payable at tho End of Season.
C. F. ROGERS, : : : : : Mesa Cily, Ariz.
SOUTH. SIDE TRADING CO.
Staple and Fancy
Corner of Main atid
IVIes a City.
William Passey & Sons,
Ice Cream Every
One Door Weat of Mraa City Itank
Dealera in Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Notions, etc.
FRESH CLEAN STOCK
ALWAYS ON HAND.
HE FARMERS EXCHANGE
Pyi More For What You Hare
Tin Hell AmlOlvea You More
For Your Money Than
Any llouae in
Don't Fail to Visit Them.
F. f. MILLER.
F. J. NETHERTOX
Patented or Unpatented on Easy terms.
In Mesa City
Also some verv fine
OFFICE OS MAIN f-TKEET
Ol'l'OilTE roaiOFFICK. .
Mesa City, Ariz.
W. E. POMEEOY & CO.
f : Real Estate ml
: joniiiiissioii fei. )
i Fine Fruit and Alfalfa Lands j
In large or wall tract., patented with water r!Sat In ... Canal. Also choice
Kesidonce and Business Lots
In Mesa City on Easy Terms.
Offloe-Maln Street, One Door Eait ol Me.a City Bank.
J. H. Barnett,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
Paints, Oils,, Glass, Fine Toilet Articles, Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
MESA ADVERTISEMENTS. lilESA ADVERTISEMENTS.
A GARDEN SPOT.
By tlie Souh Side to
The Consolidated is tho largest of tho great canals of
tho south side. ThCsystom now consists of 40 miles of main
canal; 75 miles of main laterals and 150 miles of smaller
laterals so distributed that 100,000 acres of land may be
Besides this great system the following canals with
underlying territory must bo considered: Tho Highland
canal, 20 miles, 15,000 acres; tho Mesa canal, 10 miles, 20,
000 acres; tho Utah, 10 miles, 20,000 acres; tho Tempe, 15
The entire region about Mesa dorives its life from these
srstems which are also contributory in tho highest de
gree to the agricultural prosperity of tho country around
Thero is a rapidly spreading belief that that part of tho
valley in which these two flourishing towns are located is
the garden spot of Arizona and developments justify tho
It is not improper in this connection to describo briefly
the grounds upon which this belief is based and the natural
reasons why it is so.
Tho country about Mesa will probably within the next
ten years enjoy tho widely circulated distinction of being the
most productive fruit-growing region in the United States
as it is now known to be tho chief fruit belt of tho valley.
It differs sufficiently in altitude from the rest of the
valley to insure semi-tropical fruits, against danger from
frost always imminent in tho most favored regions of Cali
fornia. The altitude is 81.0 feet higher than Tempo and 172
feet above Phcenix, rendering it somewhat cooler than either
place in summer and slightly warmer in winter.
Vineyards dot the country in every direction and hun
dreds of broad acres aro set to oranges, almonds, dates, etc.
Mesa City, the center of this lovely region, is an ideal villago
of 1200 people, situated G.8 miles east of Tempo and about
17 miles from Phcenix. ,
The business and commercial interests include one
bank, seven general merchandise stores, one hardware storo,
two blacksmith shops, one lumber yard and two saloons.
The buildings aro of a good character and become
more pretentious j'carly. As might bo expected in such a
community there aro excellent church and school facilities
and the town is sufficiently metropolitan to support a small
Communication is maintained with tho neighboring
cities of Tempo and Phoenix by means of two daily stages.
Three miles east of Mesa City is tho prosperous village
of Lehi, among whoso other industries and features is a
creamery, tho best in Arizona and known throughout tho
Tho mesa proper extends to tho river, four miles north
of Mesa City; on tho south it is almost limitless, a stretch
of country which within ten years will bo known as the
Garden Spot of America.
GO TO TUB
Mesa Trading Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
HlKheat price paid for produce, and remember
that wo will not be undersold.
BAKERY IN CONNECTION.
Wx. CitBirrr, Prei ! W. Ciiocki, Vlee-ora,
Mtm v iria,ova,vUO T.
THE MESA m DANK,
Trarua-U a General Banking Bmdneae aa4
' cxciiBngea on leaaini cme 01 tal
country and Kurope.
HKCUK1TIES ItOUOOTAML, 80U
Fire Insurance written in ferral of the beat
companies ol this country aud Europe.
FULLER, SONS & CO.
Dealera In all kinds ol
FRK3II AND CURED MEATS, rRODUCK.KTC.
McDonald St. MESA.
MESA PAINT SHOP.
For all kind of
First-Clans Work and Iteaaonable Frl
L. W. JOHNSON. Prop.
K. L. GRAY, Proprietor.
Meals at all Hours.
MESA CITY ARIZ.
DR O. P. FITCH,
Permanently located In Mega CJxy
omce McDonald 8trcet, opposite Me a Llrery
MESA CITY LIVERY AND FEED SATBLE.
FINE KIUS, I'KICES KKASO.NA11LE.
Call anil try ua.
BR I 111 ANT Jr.,
I a haiidnn.rt French Perrheron horse: dark
dapide, lti)i hind hlsb;6 tea-s old and elgha
1.510 Ihs. HrlllUntJr., ua4lrrd by lliilllaut,
dra. Charlotte. Brilliant la out of Cliartreu,
ainl he is of Louis N'apo eon.
Brilliant Jr., will make the tcaaon oflSDJa
Monday, Tuesday and Fr!dy will be at my
ranch, 4 intle touth and 1 mile nut of T-mpe.
W4meda and Thursday at Jonei llroi , S
blocks routhuert of Mea P. O.
Saturday at Schurcman Si Hlngletarj's llrery
Reason wil1 bo from
MARCH 15 UNTIL JULY 15.
tlie uaual return prlvllrcr.a.
Mares past ired during season at Jl.WJ per
mouth No b.rb wire fence. No work done o
M. L. DUFFEY, Owner.
PHffiNIX, TEMPE AND MESA STAGK
I.t. I'hTiili at7 a m. I.t. Mesa at 1 p. m.
Lv. Temvc at 9 a. m. Lv. Tempe at S: 0 p. n.
Ar. Ill Mesa at 10 a. ra. Ar i'hiiMiixal4p m.
Lt. Phoenix at 3 p. in. I.v. Mea at 63' a. m.
Lt. Tempe at J:J0 p.m. Lt. Tempe atresia nt.
Ar.lnMeaiatSp.m. Ar. Hhrenlx atit0a.m.
Carry Passengers or Exprens
FRANK MILLER, PROP.
Office at Mesa Frnlt Store.
Uo for While Hills Mining Camp !
Trl-Woekly Htato Line.
Through In one day: R.pasv;ne:cr, 4 horse
thnrnughlirnui wacou: change horwn nt Croat1
ranch nnd at Mountain Hprlnp- leavei King
n an Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7:39 a.
m., aud arrives at Pimn at 7 p. m same day.
Leaves White Hills Camp Tussday, I liursday
anil jaturdav n' 8 a. m and arrives at King.
ran ti p. m.rameday.
Fare. I"; frelvhtSc.
h lortHst and mott direct route to the New
Whjte Hills mining camp. Stage office a' store
the W II. Tattvart Mercantile company. Extra
conveyances on application.
JKOSS & ro , rrop'ii.
Florence and Casa Grande Stage.
Stage leaves Casa Grande at 7a, m eack
morning. arrlvei at Florence at 11:50a. m.
Returning leaves Florence at lUWp. m., ar
rive at Casa Orande at C n. in.
Makesconnectlon at Florence wl h stage for
Globe. This line is fifty miles nearer Ulobs
than any other line.
DREW, STEVENS & CO,
Florence and Globe Stage Line
STAGE LEAVES FLORENCE DAILY FOR
Klveralde and Globe at 7 o'clock, r. u. ; stops
all night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at
(o'clock, r. m.; returning, leaves Globe at (
o'clock a.m.. arrives at Florence at 1 o'clock
A. M. Good accomodation on the road, im
proved line, good stock and comfortaDie stages,
lonr-horse coach every other day. W. Jt.
GUILD, Agent. Florence. E. F. KELLNKR A
CO., Agents, Globe.
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