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W© Lead,
%* 'n — ll N ■^ , - v
Others Fol low-
That old, reliable aB<J ponplar house, the
in:4« •* r ; -f* <« *-? * *
ZWgrtPll | Bill
la fn the lea<J as bai gam-givers. Good goods and low
price! la oyr motto.
In Dry Gooda, Furnishing Goods, Dress Goods, Shoes,
Hat#, of beat quality and up to styles, we .lead in
ttargaiaa for the people.
f OU& GROCERY DEPARTMENT is complete, and is
always stocked with a full line of tresh goods.
Qo to tla.© Co-Op. fox 3=3a,igrain.s
V - *- r ~
\ Ch * •
T> '■ "• m
JFull line ot Cook Stoves and Heaters.
plramta Ware.
Jf gents for Canton Clipper Plows and
Mitcbe) Wagons.
Saint# and Oils.
r"-~i 'Myhhsw s
The v
E3.rrn.ers’ Exchange
Best Shoes at the Lowest Prices.
Our Stogk pf Men’§ Hats are Going at Cost.
Call aud get our Prices on Groceries.
All Kinds if NEW Ell UN ITU HE
compete in pric.B, quality considered.
BUnkrtß and all kinds of Bedding.
Ottr Btoclc is now complete, and we will be prepared to fill large orders
from factory, i f not in stock
# -» -•? >• -*■ >■ ■ ■■■ v; v
when you come to town; We are the boys who always
give you the worth of yojir jnpney.
j/l/e Are Headquarters
in Mesa for Dry Goods, Ladies and Gents Furnishings
Hats, ancj Shoes, Millinery, Silks and all fancy
notions included in the Dry Goods line.
r* Do a Strictly
cash business. Our Prices are beyond competition.
Don’t Forget the name. ' ' '
jjfothlas tout 33ug;^ies;
J Jjll Kincjs. All Prjces. Call and see them.
mesa Free press.
Kibbey & Edwards
Rooms 1,2, 4,6, Steiveggyir Build’g.
214 S. First Avp. Phoenix, A. T.
From a Pastor
“I am the pastor of the Baptist .Church at
Port Jervis, N. Y.,’and sometimes am called
Upon to take part in evangelistic work away
from home. Not long
e%ZS\ ago J went to Sandy
\ :/] Crefek, N. Y., which is
swept by the damp
winds from Lake On
tario. Here I contracted
a bad cough, and be
came so hoarse that I
could hardly
v *’ • preach to my
was not only
distress ing in a
I bodily sense,
\ but extremely
I / einbarrassingto
WHRB / / enter the pulpit
(/ in this condi
* tion. I had
heard of Ack
er’s English Remedy and, after service, I
bought a bottle and began taking it. The n exp
night my throat was nearly well, and I deliv
ered my sermon without difficulty. In a few
days I was thoroughly cured. I conceive it to
be my duty to benefit mankind physically as
well as spiritually whenever I can, and am
glad to write these words in praise of thi?
grand old medicine. Those with sensitive
throats and those who catch cold easily should
certainly take Acker’s English Remedy.” •
(Signed) Rev. Ezra Terry Sanford.
Sold at 26c., 60c. and fi a bottle, throughout the United
States and Canada; and in England, at is. 2d., 2s. Bd.,
48.6 d. If you are not satisfied after buying, return the
bottle to your druggist and get your money back.
■ We authorize the above guarantee.
W. H. HOOKER & CO., Proprietors, New York.
For Sale by J W. Bailey, Druggist.
Attorney - at=Law,
Will practice in all the Courts of
Arizona. J/?gal papers carefully and
correctly drawn. Notary Public.
Homestead Application No. 2142
Department of the Inferior,)
• Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, >
January ,23, 1900. )
Notice is hereby given that the fed •
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in snp
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the Dis
trict Court at Phoeuix, Arizona, on Mon
day, March 12, 1900, viz, James John
son, of Mesa. Arizona, for Lots l and 2,
SEJ of NEL and NEf of SET Section l,
Tp l N, R 5 E,G&SRB&M.
He names the following wit nesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz, Edward E
Jones, Soren C Sorenson, Albert Wood
and Henry C Rogers,all of Lehi,Arizona
First pub Jan 26 Register
Instate of John Allison, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned Executor of the Estate
of John Allison,deceased, to the credi
tors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to’ exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers,
within ten months «fter the first pub
lication of this notice to t|ie said
Executor, at the law office of G. W,
Woy, Mesa City, Maricopa County,
Arizona, the same being the place for
the transaction of the business of said
estate in said County of Maricopa.
James A. Allison,
Executor of Estate of John Allison,
Dated this lQ:h day of March, 1900
Estate of William H. Ai.lison. de
? ceased.
Notice is hereby giyen that the un
dersigned Anna R. Allison, administra
tor of the estate of William H. Allison,
deceased, to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the neces
sary vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice to tne
j said administrator at the law office of A.
JP. Shewman, Arlington Block, main
! street. Mesa Cily, Arizona, the same be
i ing tin' place for the transaction of ths
! business of said estate in said county of
! Maricopa. Anna li; Allison.
: Administrator of the estate of William
H. Allison, deceased.
• Dated this 2lst day of February, 1900.
I t.I 4; • • _ , i
A. P. SHEWMAN, Publisher.
fy No perspn is authorized to contract bills
• on account of this paper except on written
order of the Pnbleher.
Advertising rates made known on application
IMF"" Subscription, * 2.50 per year.
l One of ihe most useful woman’s
f *V
r clubs in the world is the Village Im
-7 prbvement Society of Easthampton,
j L. I. Its annual t xpenditures. Its
■ annual expenditures now amount to a
total of $3,000 or more. It has voted
l -S3OO as the nucleus of a fund, to be
r raised by subscription, to build a sec
• tion of good road on slain street,East
t hampton. It has not yet, been decided
, whether a macadam or Peekskill
| gravel road will bo built, but expert
; road builders will be consulted, and
’ the material best suited to’the sandy
. subsoil will be seh ct< d. As scon as
[ the road building fund readies SI,OOO
\ active operations will commence. This
r fund already amounts to S7OO. —
, Exchange.
! ''
A wide open town is Phoenix at
i present. Gambling halls arc cheered
\ by girls and liquor is sold in the same
room, thus embracing three great ovijs
under one big tent. It is not diffi
cult to answer the question “where is
your hoy tonight V Those affairs can
be regulated by the city. It requires
no additional territorial laws to ex
clude the songstresses from saloons
and to regulate gambling, either thro'
high license or by segregating it from
the salpon. The present state ot as
fairs (Joes not appeal to men of family
to locate here. —Enterprise.
The time has come when the com
monest, sense of decency demands that
“wide open towns’’ should be p* i
nii'.ted no longer in Arizona, The
spectacle of tip* “wide open” saloons
in Phoenix, wlxn* < ambling of every
character is carried on and where the
piano girls lure the unwary to the
gambling tables for play, to »he bar
for b'-er and to the wineroom, is .a
standing disgrace to Arizona Such
flagrant exhibition of loos? morals at
qne tipie was to he expected.in isolated
pioneer mining camps, but in Phoenix,
the Capital of the Territory, where
tfhousapds of strangers come from the
east every year to reccivo the benefit,
of Arizona’s climate, such a displ.iy of
unrestrained machinations of the
devil is inexcusable. By tjjese “wide
open” pitfalls Arizona is advertised as
possessing a very low standard of
morals, to our manifest injury.
The pr. ss of Arizona should 'ake
this matter in hand now and drive
this “wide open’’ business from public
' .view. Bulletin.
Investigation of the causes, effects
and means of prevention of for. at fires
in the west will lie carried on this
summer In Washington, Oregon, Cali
sornia, Arizona. New Mexico, Utah,
Colorado. Wyoming, Moutana, Idaho,
and South Dakota. Besides field
study, design»d chiefly to discover
means of preventing the evil, the
Division is making a historic record
of all important fires which have oc
curred in the United States since
1754. While yet incomplete, this in
dioates that the annual recorded loss
by forest burnings in the United
States is, at the very lowest, $20,000,-
000. It will probably run far above
this sum, as the Pacific coast states
have been only partially examined.
List Monday B. F. Leßaron dis
covered a good-sized rattlesnake in
the alley way between the Co-Op.
and the bicycle shop. His snakeship
had evidently come out to get the
sun. He was killed at onco and taken
in charge by Mr. I.eßaior, wbo has j
him nicely mounted. He had eight j
rattles, and what he was doing in the j
town is r. mystery to every one.
1 , 7*~* . . |
Tiny are having u lively municipal
’ list I.jt at Tempo.
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r ft *>
Town election occurs next ||!onday,
polling place at Town Hall.. By rs -
• quest we print the list of candidates
i again, as follows:
citizens’ ticket.
Couneilmen—W A Kimball, W L
Sirrine, C M Mullen, G A Macdonald
and Phil Meta.
Marshal —0 B Lewis
Ojerk-r-G A Mauk
Street Supervisor—Owen Davi g
Couneilmen— W A. KimbtfH, Ben
F. Leßaron, 0. M Mullen, G A Mac
donald, Phil ts
Marshal—o B Lewis
Cleik—J H Pomeroy.
Street Supervisor—Owen Davie 3
Couneilmen J G Peterson, Beri
Wingar, J IT Rogers, Joe Standage,
T H Sabin.
Marshal —Wm A Burton
Olerk—J 11 Pomeroy
Street Supervisor—W II McCul
Couneilmen—W A Kimball, Clias
Mullen, Geo Macdonald,D M Leßaron
W L Sirrine.
Marshal—P Daley.
Clerks—J H Pomeroy
Street Superaisor-J H McCullough,
Dr. T. H. Sal-in, Don M Leßaron,
J. G. Peterson and Bert Wingar de
sire us to say that they do not desire
any municipal office and decline the
A decision of the Suprt rpe Court
just handed down, cautions policy -
holders in an insurance company to
live up to the contract of insurance.
Elizabeth White placed an insur
ance on her building in San Jose, in
the Home Mutual Insurance Compa y
j ~nd on June 9, }896, the building v is
Ibu rned. Suit was brought to recover j
j the amount of the policy, and the j
superior court gave' her a judgment,
The supreme court has reversed the
lower court. The contract of insur
ance shows that one of the terms of
insurance was that the jnsured wculd
within sixty days of loss, 61e proof of
the loss with the company, and the
evidence showed that this had not
been compiled with. The court hnlds
that a contract of insurance is as bind
ing as any other written agreement.—
United Marshal Griffiths does not
.believe that federal office holders
should attend ihe Republican con
ventions as delegates and says so
frankly to a reporter for the Republi -
can. Mr: Griffith has a proper s use
of the proprieties. It is to be hoped
that other office holding republicuns
in the territory will adopt this view.
The national committee dees not ap
prove of the appointment of federal
officers as delegates, and if the repub
licans of Arizona respect thp wi.sjjpg
of the committee and of the adminis
tration Arizona is likely to receive
much more consideration at the hands
of the convention than it otherwise
would.— Republican.
m «
The annual meeting and election of
the Territorial Bar Association took
place yesterday afternoon in the dis
trict court room. There was a much
larger attendance thaq papal. The
secretary of the association Wade H.
Hulings, had moved out of the terri
tory, taking the p corcjs with him.
Therefore a motion that the reading
of the minutes, which the by-laws re
quire, be dispensed with, was passed
without a dissenting voice. The
treasurer reported a balance on hand
of $2 20. The following new mem
bers were admitted: W.O.Campbell of
Prescott, and E. M. Westcotfc and J.
M Jamison,of Phoenix.—Republican.
The Arizona Baptist Association
l will hold its annual meeting with the
I Mesa Baptist chur.li, beginning April
! 13th at 10 a.m , and lasting over Sun
! day. D legates will be pie.-ent from
jail over the territory, and a number
| of prominent \voik<w* from California
! including Rev. 0. T. Donbass, ot J
! •<- - • ■ . ■- * ••„
Pasadei a, and A. W. Rider, oI Lot
| Angeles. An interesting and in*
, structive program has been arranger
: To all the services the public generally
!'. • .' .*-•***' < n.rArr.fc *. • ; *f
11 is invited
, A startling incident, of which Mr
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was thi
subject, is narrated by him as follows
‘‘l was in a most dreadful condition. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite—gradually grow*
mg weaker day by day. Three phyu
; Gians find given meup. Fortunately,
lriend advised trying ‘EJectric Bitters*
and to 'iny great joy and surprise, ttf«
first bottle made a decided improvement.
I continued their use for three weeks,
and am now a well man. 1 know fclfej
saved *«y Hfe, an£ rQbbed The nave o(
another victim.’* No one should fail jto
try them. Only 50 cts., guaranteed, at
J. H. Barnett’.- Drugstore. ; ' r
From a*recent letter we the
information that our old-time friend
Frank 0. Thompson has his eyes dir
ected towards Arizona and will prob
ably be out here in a short time. He
* ’ •• p f f i .* ■
is still a bachelor.
Could not express the rapture of
nie E Springe?, of 1t25 Howatd st ,
Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that
Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consump
tion Jiatj completely "cured her
Hacking cougli tfiat for many years bajl
made life a burden. All other remedies
and doctors c tuld giye her no help, but
she say* of this Royal cure—“it soon re
moved the psin it! my chest aud I can
now sleep soundly, somethiug I can
scarcely remember doing befo e. I feel
like sounding its praises throughout thd
Universe.” So will everyone who trie*
Dr. King’s New Discovery for any
trouble of the Throat, Chest or Lungs.
Price 60c and $1 00. Trial bottles free
at J. H. Barnett’s Drug Store; every
bottle guaranteed.
The Arizona Graphic, a wefkly
journal published at Phoenix by Ifcju
| Hull, has suspended publication, jj
! was a good paper, but there did not
eeem to be suißcient field for papers of
its class in Arizon^.
Os Shiloh's Consumption Cure is
guarantee: “All we ask oi you is to use
two-thirds of the contents of thi|
aithfully, then if you tan say you gfg
not benefitted return the bottle to yous
Druggist aod he may refund the prioe
paid.” Price 25 cts:, 50 pts. and $1.0(5
For sale oy J. 11. Barnett, Druggist.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
W. K. Bowen died of cholera in
fantum last Sun lay. Interment *oo|;
place in the Mesa cemetery last Mon
day. The loss is a severe one, and
the sympathy of all is extended to the
bereaved parents.
A Beautiful Complexion is an : possj*
bility without good pure blood, the sorj
hat only exists in connection wit|i gouj
digestion, a healthy liver a'nd ‘bowels,
Karl’s Clover Root Tea acts directly on
be heart liver and kidneys keeping
them in perfect health. Price 25 ettf
and 50 cts. For sale by J h. Barnett
*-et the wind bluster and
And pretty matcß’ tresses biow hem
There's W ftarrie —^
Japan’s best and tes.
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Prijle of Jappn
Nc. 27.
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