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Mesa free press. [volume] (Mesa, Ariz.) 1892-1901, July 09, 1897, Image 4

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Many things are below criticism,
The down dog is sometimes bad
ly spoiled.
You cannot make a wise fool by
feeding him on fish.
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Never allow ridicule to interfere
with your ideas of what is right.
A. tempest in a teapot sometimes
turns out to be a disastrous storm.
Laughter is an enemy to malice,
a foe to scandal, and a friend to
virtue.
A hen that hatches lizards is a
Ohebeague, Me., curiosity. The
egg was broken and its only con
tents was a lizard about two inches
in h ngth.
The only monstrosity mentioned
in the Bible was the giaut who had
♦‘six fingers on every hand and on
every foot six toes, four and twen
ty in all.”
Last season 550,000 head of
sheep were sheared in and around
Casper, Wyo., and it is estimated
that 600,000 will be sheared in the
same territory this year.
LOCAL TIMETABLE
n ’ . . -
PHOENIX <fc MARICOPA.
Train leaves Phoenix at 8 p. m
Arrives at Tempe at 8.30 p. m.
and at Maricopa at 9.30 p.m.
pain leaves Maricopa at 5.45 a.
m. ’ Arrives at Tempe at 6.45 a.m.
and at Phoenix at 7:15 a. m.
Close connections made with
Southern Pacific at Maricopa, also
at Tempe with stages for Goldfield.
Connection made at Phoenix with
C ,F., P. <fc P. for Prescott and
Congress. ‘ v •
PHOXNIX dp MESA CITV.
Leave Mesa at 7:30 a fn, arrive
Tempe 8 am, and Phoenix 8:30
a m.
Leave Mesa at 1.30 pm,arrive at
Tempe 2.00 pm, and at Phoenix
at 2 30p m.
Leave Phoenix at 9.30 a m,arrive
at Terfipe at 10:00 am, arrive at
Mesa at 1Q 30 a in.
' Leave Phoenix at 5 pm, arrive
Tempe at 5.30 pm, arrive Mesa
at 6 pm.
All trains run daily and wil
stop at any point on signal.
C. C. McNEIL,
F. D. Sanford, Gen’l Supt
Gen'l Pass. Agt.
General Office, Phoenix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of John Craves, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
Administratrix of the Estate of John
Oraves, deceased, to the creditors of and all
i>eraonß having claims against the said deceased
to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers,
withiu four months after’the first publication
of this notice to the said Administratrix, at the
law office of Morton ft Shewman, in the Ar
lington block. Mesa, Arizona, the same being
the place for the transaction of of
said estate in said County of Maricopa.
AMANDA B. PRITCHARD.
Administratrix of the Estate of John Giayes,
Deceased
Dated at Mesa, Arizona this 15th day of
April. 1897. * '
MESA
Feed & Livery Stable
P. IUETS, Proprietor
CITY SHAVING PARLOR
V. V. Wrlgtit, Prop*
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ru» K.
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and vigorous your now weak boar oau le
mado. Hudyau is for man. Toe great Utidvtii
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by the speoialLsts of the old famous Hudson
Medical It si if ute It La tbo stroupes an-j iuoa;
powerful vi'nlizer made. It ie so powerful ttig'
It Is simple won tcrful how.'h*r>alc<a it is f.iu
can get It I • u nowhere hnt from the Mu :«ot«
Medical lutiitce. Write for circulars and t*.
UmoniaU.
This extraordinary Rcjwrenator Is the mosi
wonderful discovery of ih« *.ge. It has been co
dorsed bv the '.ending scientific me* of Kerop
and America
; HUi>YAN is purely vegetable.
HVDYAX -lop* preuisture'iesi the dls
charge in twenty days Cures l.o§ »■ MAN
HOOD, constipaUoq, dtEcines;., to itn <
tlous, nervous twltchiugof the eyes an i other
parts.
Strengthens, Invigorates and tones the cntit*
aynte-o. It is as cheap as anv.other r i.urdr. 7
HVDVAN cures debility, it irv liinesa.
•missions, aud develops and restofrt* wear or
gans. Ptl is in the back, losses by day or night
■topped quickly. Over JbOQ private ludorsq*
ments.
- Prcmntureuets means lmpot in the first
stage. It Is a symptom of' seminal weakness
and ba;g in ness. It can be stopped 1b twenty
days by the use of Hud fan. Hu tyan costs ’M
more than any other remedy
Sen 1 for circulars and tes- moniais,
I'AlDiT'ffjD BLOOD-Impure blood dat
to serious pilvate disord.ra carries my ials of
•ore-produciug terms Thru comes sore throat,
pimples, copper-colored spots, ulcers in mouth,
old sores and fa ling hair. You can save a trip
to Hot Springs by writing for ‘Blood Book’ U
the old physicians Os the
HUDSON MEDICAL INSTXTCTU
Stockton, Market and Bills St*. ' ’"ft
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Wanted-fln Idea
Protect your Ideas;' they may bring you wealth.
Write JOHN WEDDERBURN A CO., Patent Attor
nevs, Washington, D. ft., for tfcc-ir Si.P’JO prise offer
and list of lwo hundred inventions wanted.
Do not be deceived by alluring advertisements and
Chink you can get the beet made, finest finish and
MOST fOPULAR BEWINO MACHINE
for a mere song. ‘ Buy from reliable manufacturers
that have gained a reputation,by honest and square
dealing. There is none in the world that can equal
In mechanical construction, durability ot working
parts, fineness of finish, beauty in appearance.or luiS
as many improvements as the NEW HOME.
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS.
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Chicago, 111. St, Louis, Mo. Dallas, Texas.
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FOR SALE BY
B. M. JOHNSON & BROS.
MADE?
when yon can get It at about the same
pride as other organs aia sold for. Intending pur*
chasers should send to ns for our catalogue, etc.
MILLER ORGAN CO.,
Vleastsmention this psj'-r. LSBAKQN, PA-
l|fan#Af| Reliable man or
VV all IVU WOMAN. ASSURER
Immediately S e p E h°
SON. THE BEST PAY EVER OF
FERED FOR SIMILAR SERVICE
The Cosmopolitan Magazine, edited by John
Bkisben Walker, wishes to add a quarter
of a million to its clientele, already the larg
est, of intelligent thinking readers possessed
by any periodical in the world.
IT IS PREPARED TO PAY HAND
SOMELY FOR ASSISTANCE REN
DERED. It wishes the services of
one reliable man or woman in every
town, village, country district, or
manufacturing establishment in every
State. All that is required of any
one ia reliability, earnestness and
work. No matter on other
work you are engaged, it will pay
you to examine into this offer.
Apply, stating position, capability and refer
ences, to THE COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE,
Irvingtonon-the-Hudson. New York.
2ns Go-UpratiT6 Mil
PEOPLE’S STORE!
Aiid is entitled to the Patronage of the People
Grocoeries w« carry tin i Dry Gppds,
Canned Goods col flP! ete line of Clothing,
Grain, if l J Shoes, Boots
Hay, mmm Hats.
Produce, Trunks,
~ ~ To be found in this part of the
Cll ery, yailoy and sell at prides which Papei
Woodenwar© cannot be bettered. | Notions, Etc
Oototto,© Qa-pp. ffo* 3£|axgj»a»S.rL
MES| BAKERY h CONFECTIONERY
—AND
BJup Front Restaurant
Meal© at A-ll Hours
MRS- JTOTE B. EILIOTI,
V Kt 1 *
M prmger
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General Hardware
it
Also Builders' Hardware, Tinware, and Grande
Ware. Genuine Glidden Wire and JN ails at 4\c. pei
lb„ Agents for Canton ("Upper tiows and Alitche]
Wagons.
Miners- Supplies complete. Paints and Oils.
Hnnsaker & Staple j
m
-
Still Coraing!
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Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Gents Furnishing Goods
Hats, Boots and Shoes, Choice Groceries.
And all at Bed Kqck prices. Full particular
by calling at
THE FARMERS EXCHANGE!
BEST ts #pqpM]d((PPßTipN§
Fur the trayeljnj< public.
Tables furnished with best the market affords
Feed Stable in copnectjop. Horse? boardtdJ j tlf
day, Week or ihoiiAfosa, J^v\ zona.
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KIMBALL HQIJSK
The Pioneer ,‘fotcl of Mssa
WM. A. KIMBALL, Proprietor, 4
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Coipp'y
Fpperal Directors ajjtt Erabalj^e^s.
A Mily enU»fi)*ii, a r fft }ji!}T^f ct Finbalming (iuaraqteed
Or(.er» leit \yill> thidmulceV, ttlil revive Prompt *
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DR. OEO. H. KEEFER, a*
Drugrist, C hemist, A j pti.ecary app dealer JN
fare Medicine, Fpy Ailicies, Perl'iijjicij and Slationerj
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Doctor's Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
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OPERA HOUSE DRUG §($E, Pheeiijj
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ChQlc# Jyieat^i
C3"v.xt, - *5
CO TO THE "
Central Meat Market
Gray’s pi cl Stenci.
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Chickens dressed u ) order, \J ill &Jfp, hand e
Fresh fish and Oys ers, 1 •
Terms Cash. Silver preferred.
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