Arizona Republican 16 March 1893 p. 8 column 2

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Arizona Republican 16 March 1893 p. 8 column 2 - BEPPBLICAS, THUBSUAY...
BEPPBLICAS, THUBSUAY i_^^^^»^Bi«B»i^BB««»Bi»»«»»»i»»^»»»« Good snc- and oy the On «gj being, lectures the calling mends yesterday Mr. the though to hw from another the Milli Tippecanoe reigh Idle- IJr. t* rio*»« * i»'ronnsj JCxtraot* Flavoring Extracts Read A advertise^ "readymade tbe some dollars rUTURALFRUITFLAWRS. I Orange I Economy in their us*. y" 0 "*'*! Flavor a* deHcataly and dilicwuwf as the fresh fruit ^^^^^^^ ble field for camel growing. All that could be found, about 300, were taken but enough were evidently left behind toinsnre Arixon a«ainst an alarming camel shortage. There are now proba- blv aa many more in the territory. The are found chieflv along tbe boundary between Ynma and Maricopa counties'a region less frequently visited oerhaps than any other in tbe territory and where they are free from molestation molestation by ranee stock. That «tock of new eastern household notions at cost is going fast, and pnr- ehatwrs i-eem delighted; Novelty store, 440 W. Waebg. St. W. B. 3 yes- in the night from Mr and the baggaie amm«l to the Misa Chas. Chicago; i Col";. El | • A Martyr. Ethel— 1 am a perfect martyr to ennui. Paul Knijrht— Isn't there something I Ethel— No-o; I don't want to hurry you.— Puck. ehonu Houw A Frtrad In !«««i. 'What is sweeter than a friend you can trust?' asked Gus De Smith. "To have a friend who will trust you," replied Kosciusko Jones.—Te«aa Sittings. . I A Waalwl Bins. Miss Weary—Father alwaya turn* the ma out at ten o'clock. '"' Staylatc—That's first-rate. I waa Just On

Clipped from Arizona Republic16 Mar 1893, ThuPage 8

Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)16 Mar 1893, ThuPage 8
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