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gestion. Ali food taken Into the stomach
which fails of perfect digestion ferments and
wells the stomach, putfing it up against the
heart. This interferes with the action of
the heart, and in the course cf time thai
delicate but vital organ becomes diseased.
Mr. D. Kmbl.c Nevadi. O . ssys- i had stomach
aoubie and was in a bad state as I had heart trouble
with tt. 1 too Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about foor
taontha and it cored me.
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train and the heart of all pressure.
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nv tanks with pretty cas.--i and
mandolin attachments, such as
irresponsible nomadic peddler
palm off as high grade instru
ments, but if you insisi on that
kind jf goods we can supply you
for $175.00 to $200.00. etc.
Wt would much rather sell you au instru
ment that can be guaranteed, such M the
Baldwin Co.'s Pianos av.-d.a .
prix and cross of the Legion of Honor, Pari?
Exposition, 1900. The HAMILTON, made
by the Baldwin Co., diploma and silver
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Sons, Bthr tiros.. Fischer. .Mason &
Hamlin. Kimball Pianos. Terms Easy.
The Pianola. Angelus and Sim
MUSIC. STRINGS anc MUSICAL MER
CHANDISE. New music at half price.
Popular 10c music.
Redewill Music Co.
We are the pioneer piaDO and unin- :ntL
of the aouuxrest and tarry the largest stock
sooth of San Franciw.
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.CITY AND COUNTY
From Wednesday' Daily.
S. M. Cullom rame up from Pheuix
llarr au Aleti ouuip d jwu from
sh Fork last niazbt.
V. II. milii came tip ou j r.-ter.lay V
train from the south.
m. t. latt and . ri. Saltuuer are
iu towu from the Victor mine.
(eo. Met win aud wife left for their
home iu Walnut Cirore today.
Oswald Stein, superiotendeut of the
Oro Mining company is in towu.
The Albuquerque Fair advertising
car was takeu to Pbeuix last night.
Head B W. Laskey's advertisement
iu this issue of the Floesheim eboe.
Couut Meutscbikoff came in last
night from the Rapid Transit mine.
The shoot i un gallery adjoining the
post office has gone out of business.
, Yom Kipur, the day of atonement,
commences at sundown Ibis evening.
Judge K. E. Sloan returned last
night from holding a term of court in
The regular terms of court iu King
mau aud Holliorok will probably be
postponed for oue mouth.
District Attorney E. S. Clark re
turned last night from attending dis
trict court in Flagstaff.
Beu Blanchard left this morning for
Kansas City to accompany his mother
and daughter to the former's home.
T. B. Stephens, of Philadelphia, ar
rived in Prescott last night under t
care of a nurse, coming here in quest
The man who was about to leave
Arizona for Oregon to get the benefit
of a moist climate has changed bis
The troof of cavalry, recently men
tioned in tbese columns as being
slated for Whipple, will leave Huh
chuca October 20.
Goddard and Pulliam, of the Ari
zona Transfer company, bare an agent
on the trains now who takes up checks
Frank Jager, of the Model Miuing
company, arrived in Preecott last
evening and went out to the McCabe
mine this morning.
John Sorg. au old time resident of
Prescott, but now a resident of San
Francisco, arrived on last evening's
train for a short visit here.
James R. Turner and Mrs. Anna A.
Oobbs were married last evening by
Probate Judge Hicks, at the residence
of Levi Jones iu this city.
Florence Vauderliilt was fined $50
yesterday by Judge McLane for mak
ing a gun play. Florence paid the
Hue "like a little man."
That shower of wild geese, ducks
and sea gulls which struck Prescott on
Saturday night is reported to have ex
tended to Pheuix also.
Rolert DeLarge came up this niorn
iug from Tucson where he bag just
completed the erection of a stamp
mill for the territorial university.
A flash of lichttiing struck the
telephone wires this atternoou, ring
ing bells promiscuously. aud knocking
down nearly all the drojis in the cen
! tral office.
The announcement is made in Phe
nix papers that J. W. Benbam, a
i former well known citizen of Pbenix
will shortly wed Mrs. Alice I). Brad
ford, in New Vork.
J. W. Jackson returned las' night
after an absence since last January in
i ( 'aliforuia. He was sick in a San
Francisco hospital for forty days dur
ing his absence. He will go tc Kirk
land this evening.
J. C Herudou left this morning for
Williams ou professional business.
He returned from there oulv a day or
or two since aud says that he came
diiwtit c gel bis overcoat on account
of the cold weather there.
The weather observer bas been pre
dieting fair weather so iersisteutly
for Arizona that a regular down east
rain storm, oue of those gentle, but
persistent aud long drawnout affairs set
in this morning aud has continued
during the day.
Dr. John K. Whiteside, member of
the territorial council, in the last leg
islature was a passenger on this
morning's train en route home aud
stopped olf for a day's visit iu Pres
cott. Dr. Whiteside resides lu Chlor
ide. Mohave county.
Ou account of the small amount of
business ou the docket, and iu order
to save expeuse to the county, no
court will be held in Apache county
this month. Next Mouday was the
date for the regular term. Citizens
of that county desired that it be
Married, m Prescott, Wednesday,
September at the Church of the
Adveut. Fpiscopal, Rev. Father Ben
nett officiating. James Jardine Murray
aud Miss Florence M. Archer. Tbe
; groom is superintendent of the Iron
King mine at Blancbard and the bride
is the accomplished daughter of Mr.
aud Mrs. T. C. Archer, of Prescott.
Mrs. T. B. Carter who was brought
to Prescott about three weeks ago. for
medical attendance for injuries re
ceived by tbe limb of a tree falling
on her during a storm, is just com
nieucing to show signs of improve
ment. During a large portion of tbe
time since her arrival here, she bas
not been able to recognize her rela
tive Commencing Thursday, October 1,
freight for Cherry aud Huron stations,
on the P. & E. road will thereafter
le taken ou tbe afternoon train in
stead of on the morning train as here
tofore. Parties interested will take
due notice of this change. All freight
should lie at the station oy I0:.'!0
o'clock in the forenoon to insure shtp
meut the same day.
15. L. Joues who has been couueeted
with the Red Rock mine for some lime
will leave tomorrow for Mexico on a
protracted visit ou miuing business.
Mr. Jones bas made many warm
friends in Ibis section during bis res
idence here, all of whom will wish
h l in unbounded success. He will be
accomiaiiied on tbe trip by his friend
Fred S. Dixou.
i-rom Thursday's Daily.
Phil liroderick left this morning for
R. E. M' iil leu is iu town from
Highest doners World's Fair.
Highest Tests U. S. Gov't Chemists
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO.
Bishop Kendrick left on last night's
train for the south.
Architect J. R. Minor baa returned
from bis visit to California.
J. K. Truman, superintendent of
tbe Quartz mountain mines is in
Miss Rose Kirwaggeu left ou this
morning's train for Visit to Cali
fornia. Joe Archambeau, Joe ilobbs and
Frank Meriditb returned last evening
from their bunting trip. They
brought in five deer.
Mrs. Fella left this morning for her
home iu Ash Fork, after a short visit
Mrs. N. O. Murphy, W. E. Defty
and F. A. Tritle, jr., were arrivals
from tbe south this morning.
.Mrs. J. H. Wright left on this morn
ing's train for Indianapolis for a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Reuben Jack
Mrs. P. L. Kastner was elected
president of the Ladies' Aid society
of tbe Methodist church at its meeting
Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Talbot left on
today's train for Broken Arrow, In
dian territory, where they will reside
in tbe future.
The Prescott Electrio company has
Ave men engaged in laying pipe in the
alley between Montezuma and Gran
ite streets for their gas plant.
Miss Clara Logan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. S. A. Logan left this morn
ing for the borne of Mr. Logan's moth
er at Earlsville, Iowa, where she will
Dr. W. W. Lewis bas returned from
his trip east. He reports times very
prosperous, in that, section, and says
that a very kindly feeling exists to
wards tbe west.
Pablo Holquin, who was arrested
recently at Seligman ou a misdemean
or charge was brought before Judge
Sloan today on a writ of habeas cor
pus aud was released.
Rev. A. M. Gibbons performed the
baptismal seivice iu the Methodist
church last evening over the infants
of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent and of Mr.
aud Mrs. John L. Davis.
Deputy United States Marshal Ut
ting has resigned and bas accepted a
position with tbe beet sugar company.
Lieut. Jack Foster of the Arizona
rangers has been appointed to the po
sition vacated by him.
Harry McKee, the socialist lecturer,
left today ou the south bound freight
train for Congress where he will de
liver a lecture tonight. He will visit
all of the principal towns in Arizona
and deliver lectures on socialism.
A release of m a mortgage for 12000
from the State Mutual Building and
Loan association to J. C. Fredericks
and the filing of eight mining loca
tion notices constituted the day's bus
iness yesterday at tbe office of tbe
Tbe rainfall for September, as re
ported by Dr. W. E. Day was 2:15
inches. Since 1H65, when tbe- first
records were taken, this record for
September has only been equaled five
time as follows: 18GG, 3:65 inches;
1877, 2:42; 1882, 2:75, 1887, 4:88; 1897,
Rev. E. O. Mclutier, tbe newly ap
pointed pastor of tbe Methodist
church, arrived on yesterday's train
from tbe south and will bold services
iu tbe church next Sunday. Rev. Mc
lutier, while a new man to Prescott is
not new to tbe territory, as be bas re
sided iu Arizona for several years and
is very highly spoken of as a minister
where be bas bad charges.
Judge R. E. Sloan, this morning,
sustaiued tbe demurrer in the United
Verde tax case brought against tbe
board of supervisors. Tbe decision
did not euter into tbe merits of tbe
case, being on technical grounds
wbicb gives tbe plaintiff an oppor
tunity to amend tbe complaint, aud
get it before tbe court in proper tech
nical legal form.
Rev. A. M. (iibbous aud family
left Wednesday night for, Pbeuix.
where Mr. (iibbons bas been appoint
ed as pastor of the Methodist church.
During the year they have resided
here they have made many friends who
regret their departure. A large num
ber of members of the church and
congregation over which Rev. Gibbons
has presided here was at the railroad
station to bi i tbem good bye.
Employees of the city water works
have been ou a bout for meters during
the past few days. They rort hav
ing found a number of tbem wbicb
have been buried out of sigbt for
some time how long they cannot tell,
and they also report having found
sixty meters, which would not run.
liegular readings of these meters have
lieen reported every month which
shows sometbiug of the manner iu
which this branch of the cily's busi
uess bas i i conducted.
W. K. Defty. ho arrived on this
moruiug's train from tbe south bas
just returned from a trip to Me.icu
ou mining liuoinets. He visited the
property of tbe Sonora M. and M.
company, Con. O'Keef's property at
Tubutama, and says that work is
progressing satisfactorily there, and
tbe outlook for tbe property is good
Tbey expect to run a large amount of
ore through tbe smelter soon. Mr.
Defty left this afternoon for Groom
Creek on mining business.
J. U. Liee bas commenced tilling a
hay contract for the government at
Whipple. He was awarded a contract
for 135,600 pounds of wheat and al
falfa hay and will be able to supply
tbe entire amount from bis American
ranch. He reports a good crop of bay
but a scarcity of apple crop this year.
Tbe latter was injured by the winds
in the early spring. Mr. Lee is one
of tbe old time government contract
ors. S. C. Miller, another of tbe old
time contractors was also awarded a
large wood contract this year.
Miss Anna L. Corbett is tbe lady
who has been selected to have charge
of the sewing department of the pub
lic schools. She was selected out of
a list of about twenty applicants. She
was trained in this special depart
ment in a school of domestio science
in Boston and has taught in tbe
schools of Boston and Cambridge, and
last year bad charge of a similar de
partment in Salt Lake. Her recom
mendations and endorsements are of
tbe very highest order. She gave up
ber Salt Lake engagement on account
of lack of funds there to continue the
department. Miss Corbett is expected
to arrive tonight and it will taae a
few days to equip the room, as this
has been postponed until her arrival
so it could be done according to her
From Friday's Daily.
Pete Boscha came up from Congress
Mrs. W. H. Hoover came up from
Pbenix on this morning's train.
W. M. Claypool left this morning
for tbe Grand Canyon on mining busi
ness. J. J. Brooks, the well known min
ing man, returned last night from a
piotracted visit in California.
Oatober bas commenced a weather
record by giving us a flue shower this
morning sweetening up tbe atmos
phere, moistening the ground and re
freshing things generally.
Judge R. E. Sloan left on this
morning's train for a business visit to
Chicago and Detroit. He expects to
be absent two weeks.
The Journal-Miner received a choice
piece of nice, tender and juicy ven
ison today from Joe Archambeau, for
which it is very grateful.
T. P. Jaquette, the well known Mc
Cabe stage mau has sold out bis busi
ness to R. M. Pettis and will move to
California for bis bealtb.
Mrs. N. O. Murphy, who returned
from Pheuix yesterday bas taken a
room at Mrs. J. L Fisher's and will
remain here for some time.
Tbe Ladies Guild of tbe Episcopal
church will give their regular month
ly tea next Tuesday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. J. J. Hawkins.
There was a very slight snow fall
this morning just about daylight.
This is the first of the season, and
only early risers were greeted witb a
sight of it.
O. B. Marshal came iu recently
from Iron King where he bas been
employee for some time in the erec
tion of buildings for the Iron King
Dr. L. M. Swikerath has just re
turned from Phenix where be was
called by tbe death of bis partner's
wife. He will remain in Prescott un
til Sunday morning.
Mrs. E. O. Mclutier, wife of Rev.
tight cents a pound is
what a young woman paid for
twelve pounds of flesh.
She was thin and weak and
paid one dollar for a bottle of
Scott s Emulsion, and by tak
ing regular doses had gained
twelve pounds in weight before
the bottle was finished.
Eight cents a pound is
cheap for such valuable ma
terial. Some pay more, some
less, some get nothing for!
their money. You get your I
money's worth when you buy
We will send you a little
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409 Pearl Street, New York.
50c. and f 1.0c ; all druggists.
! Mclntier, the newly appointed pastor
of the Methodist church, arrived on
last night's train from Los Angeles
where she bas beeu visiting.
A. T. Cornish, of Flagstaff, is a
Geo. E. Knight, a mining man of
Los Angeles is visiting this section.
Dr. G. W. Vickers returned this
morning from his trip to San Fran
cisco. J. H. Robinsou returned today from
his visit to Los Augeles on miuing
Sheriff Thomas Thompson
today from a visit to Los
Frank Jager returned last night
from bis visit to the McCabe mine and
left this morning for Chicago.
Miss Corbett, who will have charge
of tbe sewing department of tbe pub
lie school has arrived and is already
busying herself looking after the es
tablishment of the department.
Tbe Miue Owners association has
moved into large and commodious
quarters in the Library building, oc
cupying tbe rear room ou the ground
floor, which they have fitted up very
Lavina Bailey, tbe Ave year old girl
of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Bailey died
last night of pneumonia after an ill
ness of several days. Tbe funeral will
take place from the family residence
on Saturday forenoon at 10 c'clock
from the Catholic church.
B. H. Grove, who left here Septem
ber 7 for Searcy, Arkansas, being 3alJ
ed there by the death of his brother,
returned home last evening. He ac
companied tbe remains of bis brother
from Searcy to their birth place at
York, Pennsylvania, for burial.
Ray Hill, who witb bis wife and
children, and his mother, has been
out in tbe mountains for three weeks,
on a vacation, will return home to
morrow. He bas killed all the deer
the law allows him to in oue year, and
the country has lost its charms for
Mrs. E. W. Dutcher and ber daugh
ter Miss Emma arrived ou last night's
delayed train. Prescott people will
be glad to bear of the return of tbese
ladies to Prescott to reside agaiu for
a short time at least, as they are both
very highly esteemed and beloved
Mrs. E. W. Dutcher arrived on last
night's train to take up her residence
in Prescott again for a short time at
least. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. West
who have been living in her house,
have vacated it and Mrs. West will
leave on Sunday morning for a visit
with relatives in tbe east. She ex
pects to be absent for several months.
Mrs. Minnie Alice Davis died on
Thursday aftrenoon at ber home 249
South Montezuma street, after a brief
illness. Deceased was formerly a res
ident of Prescott where she is well
known and her death will be mourn
ed. The funeral will take place Sat
urday afternoon at two o'clock from
the Baptist church under the direc
tion of P. Mobn A Co.
Tbe train due at 7:45 o'clock last
evening from tbe north did not arrive
until one o'clock this morning. Tbe
delay was occasioned by the Santa Fe
trains from the west being late. Sev
eral washouts occurred on the Sauta
Fe both in Arizona and in California
west of Needles, and both east bound
trains arrived at Ash Fork together,
number eight, due there at about four
o'clock in tbe morning, being about
nineteen hours late. One of the pas
sengers arriving from California re
ports one washout covering a stretch
of three miles. and in some places tem
porary cribbing was placed under the
track in order to get tbe trains over.
Some Court Decisions.
Judge R. E. Sloan held a short ses
sion of court this morning in which be
rendered bis decision in two cases
which he has bad under advisement.
One was somewhat of a celebrated
case, which has been iu the courts for
some time, involving title to valuable
mining property in the Bradsbaw
mountains, being tbe case of Tread
well and Heck with vs. Marrs. Judg
ment in the case was rendered for the
defendant. The property involved is
tbe Copper Link and Buster mining
claims, and the decision vests the title
in tbe company representee! by (i. W.
Tbe other was a mining case also,
entitled Score vs. Griffin, the judg
ment being in favor of the defendant.
DIETING INVITES DISEASE.
To cure dyspepsia or indigestiou it
is no longer necessary to live on milk
aud toast. Starvation produces such
weakness that tbe whole system be
comes an easy prey to disease. Kodol
dyspepsia cure enables tbe stomach
and digestive organs to digest and as
similate all of the wholesome food
that one cares to eat. and is a never
failing cure for indigestion, dyspep
sia and all stomach troubles. Kodol
digests what you eat makes the stom
ach sweet. Sold by Corbiu !: Bork,
Brisley Drug Co.
What Is Meant By the
Extracts From Speech Delivered at
the Court House Last Night
by Harry McKee,
People co-operate and establish a
nation. They co-operate aud con
struct railroads, manufacturing plants,
build cities aud school bouses. Every
advancement, every noble achievement
ever made by mankind collectively is
tbe direct result of co-operation.
The words co-operation and social
ism economically mean tbe same
Tbe human race is constantly trying
to socialize itself. It will Anally suc
ceed. As a matter of fact there are only
two systems of government one is
tbe system of competition and tbe
other is the system of co-operatiou.
The word competition meaus strife,
death aud overthrow.
Illustration: Two men euter the
arena to tight a duel. Tbey compete
to kill each other.
t he word eo-ope; .ition means
peace, life and stability.
"Thou sbalt not kill" is the com
mandment if Wisdom. Do not com
pete and kill each other but co-oper
ate and be good. This is harmony, it
is civilization, not barbarism.
"Thou shalt not steal" is another
commandment of Wisdom. It meaus
for men to civilize and socialize their
efforts in tbe production aud distribu
tion of every necessary to life and
happiness. Observe it does not read.
Thou shalt steal by profit taking--such
as loaning money at interest
which is legalized larceny, for the
language is thou sbalt not steal.
Preaching against stealing; enacting
laws agaiust it never put a stop to it.
Socialism will put an end to stealing.
Illustration: Under the system of co
operation or socialism the collectivity
or government would own the horses
and if a man attempted to steal a
horse and offered to sell it, tbe people
would at once recognize him as a
would be thief and what is true of
horse stealing is equally true of all
kinds of stealing.
Tbe present system of private prop
erty and competition breeds beggars,
loafers, thieves, physical and mental
On the other hand, the system of
co-operation or socialism would eradi
cate tbe bad incentives above mention
ed and place in its stead the incen
tives to be good and do good. Tbat
is, tbe system of co-operation would
make the condition such that men
could not steal, and would not beg,
loaf or do other evil things. Reader,
ask yourself and especially ask your
preacher wbicb system be advocates
the present immoral or tbe co-operative
moral system of pure and unde
Again, take the profit out of the
saloou business and in less than one
year every saloon in the land will be
compelled to close its doors for tbey
must sell and make profits or quit
business. Let every moral human be
ing ask themselves, wbicb is tbe best
the open saloon or no saloon?
Under the present system we are all
trying to get rich out of profits but
over seventy five per cent of the peo
ple are poor because of profits. Let us
then abolish tbe present profit system
and produce and distribute th? neces
saries at tbe actual labor cost of pro
duction and distribution.
Remember, tbat it is an admitted
fact that with the aid of tbe present
labor saving machinery we can pro
duce the necessaries, food, raiment
and shelter more rapidly tbau ever
before that today we do produce as
much of tbese things iu three hours
as we did fifty years ago iu ten hours,
that famine is now under tbe com
plete command of modern production
Tbe present system is infamous for
it takes tbe little girls and boys, mere
children, from the school and forces
tbem into tbe factories, the work aud
tbe sweat shops where their lives are
ground out into profits. Shame, oh
shame on any man or auy woman who
will defend such a system.
Socialism says let us liberate tbese
little innocents, let us take them from
and out. of these work shops and place
tbem in tbe public schools, and edu
Co-operatiou or socialism is not a
dream; it is not Utopian for it is tbe
only thing that has never been found
wanting.. To tbe extent it has been
put iuto practice it bas never parted
and when put into universal practice
it will bless the whole human family.
On the other baud, let us see what
the present system of competition bas
done. The ancient civilizations, and
the dead republics were all built on
private property of the meaus of pro
duction and distributions. They all
perished liecause of tbat fact, this is
history and every student of history
knows it. Tbe ruins of the empires
and every line of history touching on
this point proves what we assert.
There is no history to tbe contrary.
Comrades and friends, all we ask is
for you to investigate for yourselves
ind then decide as your best judgment
Remember, tbat tribalism was dis
placed by national competitivism, that
national competitivism is now to lie
displaced by national co-operation ism.
This is the natural evolution or tbe
expression of the immutable law of
advancement. In other words, co-operation
or socialism is inevitable as
inevitable as the law of gravitation.
You, who oppose co-operatiou we
pray you not to stand in your own
light be you, therefore, equal to the
occasion. Remember that ignorance
is discord but wisdom is harmony.
Santa Fe Oil Tanks.
Tbe new oil tanks which are being
constructed by tbe Santa Fe railroad
company are being built entirely in
tbe ground instead of being built of
teel as heretofore above ground. The
discovery bas been made tbat tbe oil
used which has an asphalt base does
not soak into tbe ground more than
six or eight inches and the asphalt
forms' a coating, mixed witb tbe earth,
which becomes perfectly hard and im
pervious to water. The Ash Fork
tanks will be over twenty feet deep.
Tbe ground is excavated to a depth of
about sveen feet and then the earth is
graded around above eround to a
height of fourteen feet. The inside of
tbe reservoir has a slope of three feet
to one, widening out towards tbe top.
It will take about sixty days to com
plete tbe two tanks or reservoirs at
Ash Fork. Those to be constructed
at Williams, Flagstaff and Winslow
will be constructed in a similar man
ner. Not only are these reservoirs
cheaper than steel tanks but in case
of fire tbe oil will simply burn out
leaving the reservoir intact ready to
fill up agaiu. A large steel tank of a
capacity cf 100,000 gallons was de6
troyed by fire recently on tbe Mobave
Dance By the Zunis.
Last night, being the fifth Tuesday
of tbe month, by agreement tbe mem
bers of the Red Men of Zuni tribe
and the ladies of tbe Degree of Poca
bontas, an auxiliary of the order of
Red Men, united in an entertainment
in the Odd Fellows hall. Tbe enter
tainment consisted of a literary and
musical program in wbicb a number
of the ladies and their friends took
part. The program furnished an hour
of real enjoyment. After the program
had been finished dancing was enjoyed
until after 10 o'clock when refresh
ments were served and enjoyed im
mensely by tbe dancers. Dancing was
then resumed and continued till near
ly 2 o'clock this morning, tbe music
being furnished oy Ernest Emanuel
and Mrs. B. H. Smith. The social
was a great success from every stand
point and the members of tbe Degree
of Pocahontas desire to extend their
sincere thanks to all who assisted in
makiug tbe affair so pleasant and pro
fitable. Whipple Hospital.
Plans have been prepared and ac
cepted for a large hospital at Whipple
and authority bas been received by
Major Walcutt to proceed with the
work of erecting tbe same. It is not
known at present when work will be
started but it is presumed tbe work
will be started before long, as tbe old
hospital at tbe fort is not in very
good shape and wbile there is not a
great deal of use for a hospital here
as tbe bealtb of tbe soldiers at Whip
ple is exceptionally good, neverthe
less, when such a thing is needed they
want the best, as Uncle Sam never
neglects bis soldier boys when it is
possible to give them good care.
Dave Goldberg, one of tbe princi
pal merchants of Phenix, came up
from tbat city this morning and re
ports tbat over three inchea of water
bas fallen in that section during tbe
past three days and things never look
ed better for tbe Salt river valley, aud
its citizens are correspondingly
Tbe Chattanooga Medicine com
pany, witb laboratories and general
offices at Chattanooga, Tennessee, and
branch bouses at St. Louis, Mo., and
San Francisco, Cal., bas become one
of tbe largest proprietory medicine
concerns iu the world. In tbe growth
of this great business two factors
have been dominant : The merit of
its products Wine of Cardui and
Tbedford's Black Draught bas been
widely recognized and tbe original ad
vertising methods adopted have ex
cited great comment. The publicity
for tbese medicines does not consist
of tbe catcb phrase and extravagant
statement, too often employed in ad
vertising today, but instead tbe plain
story of experience with the medi
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of Wine of Cardui testimonials pub-
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Cincinnati, Ohio, May 20. 1902.
1 consider Wine of Cardui a most
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tainly a .-1 ecitie as a tonic and regu
lator. For eight years I suffered witb
female trouble. I bad intense pain in
the back aud head, leaving me so
weak that I was unable to stand at
times. Medicine did pot seem to help
me, hut after all remedies bad failed
me Wiue of Cardui proved my one
great, true friend. What a relief I ex
perienced ! It came only a few days
after I started taking it. I used it
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iu thousands of homes where there is
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M. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind..
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Ills wife hud such an unusual case of
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