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VESA FREE PRESS.
Friday, *Jclt 22, 1898
LOCAL KIWI.
8. J McDonald is now resident of
Mmm
Walter Lewis has a fine girl baby
at his home. \
The weather keeps up its regular
summer temperature.
Don Leßaron left Tuesday night
for a trip into old Mexico,
Friend Murphy of livery
stable was in town Tuesday.
Attorney Zuck was up from Tempe
on professions! business Tuesday.
Judge Kingsbury and family have
gone to California for .an outing by
the sea.
Another wedding in Masa is work
ing. The preliminariy s r eps have
already been taken.
Ohas. Wing’s ice cream parlor is a
favorite resort these hot days. • The
cream is delicious.
It is expected that Governor Mur
phy will assume the duties of his of
fice August first. N
Miss Para Kimball returned home
Monday evening from a few days
visit with Phoenix friends.
Our army in Cuba captured tsn
thousand B‘and of rifles and one mil
lion rounds of ammunition.
Chuck Rogers came over from
Globe last week and has been shaking
hands with his many Mesa friends.
The big dredger has stopped work
for a few days, having encountered a
cement formation wfiiph has to be
blasted.
Mrs. Aubury, after u two weeks’
visit with her sUter, Mrs. Dawley,
has gone to Colifornia to spend the
summer.
Dr. Hart, fortperly of Tempe, is
now'on his way to Manila with the
troops. He is a surgeon of tha Red
Crass society.
Bert Hunsakpr arrived home last
Wednesday from Provo, Utah, where
has beep attending the B. T.
Aoidetpy for the past two years.
GD TQ G, F LAMPEY, 526
West Washington St, Phoenix, for
Carpets, Linoleum, Matting, Window
Shades, Rogers’ 1847 Tableware.
Diamonds at wholesale.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Forty
brood sows, with pigs or with pig.
Will sell all or part, for cash or »rade
ior calves. W C NORTON .
Contest Notice.
TJ. 8. Laud Office, Tucson, Arizona,
July IS, 1898.
Complaint having been entered at
this office by Frank Groaskopt against
George F. Watson for failure to comply
witn the law as to Timber Culture entry i
No 664, dated March 15th 1888 upon
the 8f of SWI &Si of SEf Section 30,
Township 2 N, RaDge 6 E, in Maricopa
County, Arizona, with a view to the
Cancellation of said entry; Contestant
alleging that entryman did not break,
or cause to be broken, five acres or any
portico of said tract the first year of
aaid entry; He did not break or c# use
t > be broken five acres or auy portion of
said tract, or cultivate five acres or any
portion of said tract, the second year of
said entry; He did not cultivate five
acres or any portion of said tract, or
plant five acres or any portion of said
tract to trees, tree seeds or cutliags the
third year of said entry: He did not
cultivate ten acres or any portion of said
tract or plant five acres or any portion
*tf said trac. to t *ees, tree seeds,
cuttings, the fourth year of saiu entry,
And he has not broken or eluted to be
broken, cultivated or planted to trees,
tree seeds or cuttings, ten acres or any
portion of said tract up to the present
time.
The ContejtaDt having filed affidavit
in this office ou July 13th 1898. setting
so-th the fact that after using cue dili
gence he is unable to get personal eer
vice upon the Contestee aud asks that
said service may be had by publication
iu the Mesa Free Press, a paper pub
lished at Mesa, Maricopa county, Ari
zona. The same is hereby granted, and
the said parties sre hereby summoned to
appear at jhe office of Jerry Millay, a
Notary Public, at Phoenix, Arizona, on
the 27th day of august 1898. at 10
o’clock,a- m. to respond and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged fail
ure
Hearing before Register and Receiv
er U- S. Land Office, at Tucson, Arizona
on the, 3r 1 day of September 1898 at 2
giip'ciock, p n*.
John A. Bo cmax.
I Receiver.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Post 3DXS SMXOT ATrO^ST.
Jos. Campbell hereby announces
h imseif a candidate for District At
torney of M aricopa county, suhjeet to
the decision of the Democratic County
Conventien.
x*osa sz3sAx
I hereV.y announce myself a candi-,
date for the office of District Attor-I
ney of Maricopa Cou.r r,y, subject to I
j the action of tho Denpocratfc conven-
I tion to he held in Phoenix, August
18, 1898 ,G. P. BULJLARD.
for sheriff.
ED A. TOY.RE A announces liitn
| self as a candidate for Sheriff of
| J/aricopa County, subject, to the de
cision of the Dtipucratic County
Convention.
FOR SHERIFF.
D. L. Murray hereby announces
h'tnself a can Jid ate for Siieiiff of
Maricopa county subject Us the decis
ion of the Democratic county con
vention.
FOR PRORATE JUDGE. j
Lee Gray hereby announces him
self a candidate for Probate Judge of j
Maricopa count) , subject to nomina-j
tion of Democratic Countv Convert-!
\
tion.
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ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
. i
In the Probate Court of Maricopa |
County, Arizona. In t lie Matter of the!
Estate of David A. Spragg, Deceased, j
Notice of Sale of Personal property, i
Notice is hereby give that in accor-l
dance with an Order of the Probate!
Court, duly made and entered on the 9th
day of July. 1898, the undersigned, as
Administrator • f the Esiut- of David A.
Spragg, Deceased, on Wednesday, July
27th 1898, will sell the following de
scribed Personal Property belonging to
said Estate by Public Auction, viz:
One Share iu Mesa Canal Company,
No 383,
One-eighth Share in Mesa Canal Co.
—one-eighth of No. 235.
2-21 of Share No.— in said Mesa
Canal (Jo.
One stand or mirror sideboard, fix-j
tures, etc. ‘
CLOSING OUT
SALE!
Wash Goods, Laces, Embroideries.
This Sale goes into effect Saturday, June 26, 1898*
Wash Goods.
Extraordinary values in Lace Effect Dimities in new
patterns and coloring, worth 10c, Sale Price 4 l-2c.
Imported Silk Striped Grass Linens and plain Lin
ens, Worth 30 and 25 c, Sale Price, 18c.
New and attractive patterns in figured Organdies,
worth 15c. Sale Price 19 c
Our entire stock of Arabian Swisses, Imported Or
gandies, worth 20 c, Sale Price Isc.
Crinkled Sursucker, only a few pieces of these goods
in stock, worth 121-2 c, Sale Price, 7c.
Cleaning up many odd lines of Lawns and Challies,
worth 4c, Sale Price. 2 l-2c, Worth sc, Sale Price 3 1-2
Now is the time to secure your White
Goods.
Every pie<?e of fancy effect reduced for this §ale.
LaOES and embroideries.
NO StpCH BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN ARIZONA.
Fancy Cream and Butter Wash Laces, worth 10c, Sal a Price > BJc
White and Cream Venice, patterns sightly, worth 20c Sale Price 10c
Deotilla Laees, 8 aud 4 in. wide, worth ,80 aud 35c, Sale Price * 20c.
Embroider* .Edging m excellent patterns, wort,li 7c, Sale Price BJc.
Wider widths and more attractive! patterns, worth 10c. Sale Price sc.
Special lot of assorted widths and patterns, worth 12 l~2c, Sale Price 7c.
REMNANT SALK. _ n
DON’T MISS OUR CENTER TABLE WHICH
WILL BE PILED WITH BARGXIN REM
NANTS. CALL AND SEE THEM*
ALKIRE CO.,
pargain givers in war times.
FUn-oexxls,
The said sale will take place at pu'ilic
auction i,p front of the late residence of
Dece* Bed, on F’rst Street South, between
McDonald and Center Streets, in Mesa
City Maricopa county Arizona. Sale to
commence at 10 a. ni.
Terms of Sale to be Cash, to be paid
to Administrator at time property is bid
ofl to purchaser. But all sales to be
subject to the confirmation of tfre Pro
bate Court of Maricopa county, before
title passes. Costs of transfer to be paid
Iby purchaser. No property to be re
moved until sale .8 confirmed by said
Probate Ojurt.
Dated July 14. 1898.
A. P- SHEWMAN,
Administrator of said Estate.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office over Burnett’s Drug store,
Main Street, Mesa City.
CITY SHAVING PARLOR
V. V WEIGHT Prpprietor
Shaving, Hhainpvping,
Hair Cutting, Etc,
GIVE ME A CALL. j
If you don’t eat, and the!
best place to get good)
# groceries is at Chas. j
Wing’s, fruit of all
kinds in season, tobacco J
cigars, vegetables, con*!
fectiowery.
TO-DAY,
Fresh bread, pies, cakes,
etc., every day. The ba
kery is in charge of an i
experienced baker and
everything is first class.
KEEP 000 L
By eating ice cream and
drinking Wing's Klon
dyke soda, all flavors. |
Neat ice cream parlors
for ladies and parties.
• CHEAP EXCURSION TO SAN
FRANCISCO.
On July Ist. the Phoenix Short Line
will sell tickets to San Francisco aud
return for $35,30 with final limit July
31st, account of the Turners Convention
Make your reservations early. For fur
ther information call on or address call
on or address M. A P. agents or M, O.
Bicknell, G. P, A.
CHEAP EXCURSION TO CITY OF
MEXICO.
On July 7th, for only $65 40, the
Southern Pacific will sell round trip
tickets to City of Mexico, good return*
ing August 31st, with stop over privi
leges in either tlirectiou at al! points.
1 his is tne best snaron of the vear tQ
viait Mexico, Take your overcoat, you
will need it, and purchase your ticket
via the Phoenix Short Line, 40u miles
the shortest route. For further partic
ulars call on M & P. agents.
jHH,
——Dealferiu
Medicines, Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.
Fancy goods
Stationery, Toilet Articles
and Tobacco.
Mesa,| - Arizona.
ALHAMBRA HOTEL
Macdonald Street, - - - Mesa
1
First-class Rooms, all are newly fur- i
nished.
Convenient to the busiress part of
town.
European plan.
Dan Mahoney Prop
Feed and Livery Stable !
P. A JETS, Proprietor \
For Choice Meats
SKILLFULLY CUT, GO TO THE
Qentral JyJeat JyJarket
GRAILS OLD STAND.
WILL ALSO HANDLE FRESH FISH and OYSTERS
CHICKENS DRESSED TO ORDER.
TERMS CASH. SILVER PREFERRED.
D. XX. BKOB
KIMBALL HOLSE;
The Pioneer Hotel of Mesa
BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS
FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
Tables furnished with best the market affords.
Feed Stable in connection Horse* boavoed by tw
day, week or month.
WILLIAM A. KIMBALL, PROPRIETOR.
Mesa, -
IHE SCENIC LINE OF ARIZONA
Santa Fe, Prosit & Ptonis
RAILWAY CO.
WITH THE
SANTA PE SYSTEM
Shortest and quickest route between Phoenix K*d
sas City, St and Eastern
Points
1 S. i, P. & P Time Table No 2
Effective June 4th, 18)3.
Daya Through lime Table D»»s
SloDiil 4 so f'v.. ess F•* ifliseo at 644ul IN*'
Tu ,j\ 1000,\lv. Mojave ar 8 15a | Foes
Tn-ey 7(,0a iv ~.'7. .sail Die.'o.... ar 10)pJ
Tnesy 95a 1v.... Los Augeles....ar 82...-I -i*
Tuosy 3 25p lv B»r,i- w. ...• •? f RH
luesy 10 isp lv The Needles .. .ar; 5 30p
Wenn l 40a iv.... Kin* u»« ... ..ar*3o. don
Wedn 7 '45. n*.....Asn Pork iv 12 8i ( . n
Mond in Oh It '"'hlosgn «r 9Qlo V d
Wood 10 30 St. Lioois 6 15
Tansy il 201 Ktu«ae Oty 70»- ’ c >
Wmciii 8 Oda Oanv*'- s'<o lues
We.in 8 4'J. Albuquerque 10 2V do.
Thurs 12 a G\Uup . ..j 4 Isp VJon
Thu*s 9 35a BT»*fraff I)2* v * ,ri
Thurs 12 i |a-.....Aifh For*. 3 id* Mon
KJCTH BOCNJ). | | NOBTA OO'PJ
No. 1. * »• ‘2
'as. STATIONS. t*re.
ive Daily Mountain time 've I a’H
1 1 <sp it \sh ar 7*svj
1 ‘.Op Llntta 0 <B.\ j
2 27p Jerome Junction 5
* 10|. r Preeoott »* 4 4oa j
j 15p ;t Present ...a 4 28a ;
8 4 i Bam<uit S 53a j
4 S r ...,.*>-knJJ Vsiley j
4 SOf y BkillV*tli»y »* 2 68a
5 15t . K rklaud 2 .via :
' 52.4 !
6 45; orgreM Ju\'tiou 2 s»a j
7 20. Wtekenonrtf mm *7'
7 4 ; i lii" Springs .’uprtit n *■! 4.p ;
fl 44l * eoria M) 39p ,
8 Mr Hlendi«le...'. u> 27p j
9 054 ..*Alh*o»br» Jlsp
9 20r>j «r ’nowir I\J ) hi* |
•Dialog aTstioa
T e ouly North ami douth Line in \ iaona tra
versing and reaching the most inters mng sections
including the > reartSalt Kivor valley
Through tickets f r all points in uc l' uted i
States, csjnada an<l Mexico.
Ooiioecting at Jerome Junction with irair.s j
of U. V. <fc F. Ky.'for Jerome.
At Frescott vrnn iln^forj
all *h* principal mining camp-; at Congress !
Junction with Congress Gold < u K. H to- < <»u*
wises ami stage lines for Hirqu* St.ncoo
and Yaroell. At Phoe-iix wit the M»noM k .t & ;
Phoenix By., fo> points on ■*. ftv. ais > *.i' i» i
8. B. V. By. At Hot Hori'igt fnao">ou M'h the i
<\H. G. rt.T.Oo stage line for 'iw«e Ore, * |
Hot Springe; the new all the . e v r 'th resort, j
P. M. MU BPH Y, G M. * b :• KN ’ i
Pree’f & Gen. Mg'r. G’ p F* A 1 rss Agt
Prescott. Aris. Fresco Aria I
R. B. WELL-8.
Ass’t Gen. Mgr. I
I reioott, Arisons.
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j
A BOON TO MEN! |
Fr»e * PalirnFed
Suspensory Regulator
For with
Weak (V»-n. Every Belt, j
Restores Vitality,
Qiv:s New Manly Power,
Checks Wfisting Strength.
TT IS WORTH IIS WI.iOHT IK T > !
Ith old or you'g nan wo fitids’he vte s-»>r\- !
growin* faint, j. fll a lie ot»iy u-Un ine li/e f 1
vou h. A onop »t 'cure of a!. weaves, ia \-ar- 1
r .nte i in ibre* months
''VHRKK LASSES OF MBS,”
\ free b o*, »tli valuable information. Send ior
Ik Call or address or >
Dr. A. T. Sanden, 700 Market *Si
San Francisco, Cal.
m
iPHOENIOTOTUNtI
PHOENIX & MARICOPA.
| A rain leaves Phoenix at Bp. m A»
i riv.es at Tempe at 8.30 p. iu. mi •.
Maricopa at 9.30 p. m.
Train leaves Maricopa at 6.45 a. »
Arrives at Tempo at 6 45 a m. and a (
| Phoenix at 7:15 a. ut. . ’
| Close connections made withSontb*
; ern Pacific at Maricopa, also at Tempi
j with stages for Goldfield. Connectior
I made at Phoenix with 8. F , P. k F
for Prescott and Congress.
PHOENIX AND MESA CITT.
Leave Mesa at 7:30 am, arnvaa
Tempe 8 am, and Phoenix 8:30 a m
j Leave Mesa at 1.30 p ««, «rm*v
| Tetnue 2.00 p m, and at Phoenix t
| L3O p m.
jeuv« Phoenix at 9.30 am, arrivi
jat Tempe at 10:00 am, arrive at Mew
.at 10 30 a ip.
i Leave Phoenix at. 5 p m, arriv
! Tempi* at 5.30 pm, *rrir*> Meta a
6 p m.
i All trains run daily and will ato)
j at anv pant jn signal.
0. C. McNEIL,
! F. D. Sanfokd, GenM Sept
Gm I Piifes. Agt.
(Jem'rnl Oflic*. Fhornix.
| WM. PASSEY.
UNDERTAKER
,
Undertaker’s supplies. Imported Sofia
i and caskets always on hand.
Coffins made to order en short «otie
Furniture repaired and job work 4oa
at lire an j let live prices.
WM PASSEY,
Next door to Mess City Bask
r VuciT yo; cm i
f shi IrlCll ibe cured f
0 | If yon suffer from say of Iks f
1 # I 1 ! ills of men, corns to ths eldast A
r U 1 Specialist oa the Pacific Coast, W
A lfflll DR. JORDAN * 00l A
f fill I fi^iOßJ Market St. Cat'll IMS. F
w "l D w Toast aesaMlallilo i
\ , fi.fi. o*od men who are suffering \
M from the effects of youthful indiscretions or as- 0
\ cesses in maturer years. If ervous and Physical \
0 P*MUty,lw*w*M«,±~tMmmXSS* g
\ in all its comphcauons; BysmAtorrhOA \
0 ProstatonhmkOsasniMW, Olsst, g
\ Frequency of trisaUsg, sta By a F
A combination of remadias,of great cm alius now- A
\ er, the Doctor has so arranged Us tnataMOt F
g that it will not only afford immediate relief but A
\ permanent cure. Ths Doctor dnsa sot el»j» to f
0 perform miracles, but is well-known to la a fair A
\ and square Physiciaa and Surgeon, nrfsmiaaat f
A m his specialty—DlOOOOOO Os ■— A
F Syphilis thoroughly sradteatsd tnm ths F
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0 Great Museum of Anatomy 0
\ ths &iest and largest Mussumof it. \
F worl<i - , Coaas and loan how wonderfully yes #
\ are made; how to avoid sickness and disaass \
F are continually adding sew spsamoak W
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