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PRESCOTT JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, Pe
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Rival Candidates Work
Tooth And Nail Till
Are You a Man
OF SMALL MEANS WHO'D LIKE
A HOME BUT CAN'T BUY ONE 7
Hut you could sparo $25 down and $10
a month If you tried? Woll
MAKE A 8TABT!
Wo have lots to soil that way and bo
Torn you realize It you'll own a homo I
START TODAY 1
J. 'il. W. AlOORE & SON
MAKERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF
DRUGS OF QUALITY ONLY.
(HII IMD AMD Will lEJUf
IN LOW PRICES ALSO.
Pun; Borai-lc .Will, 1(1 .. box .... .70
Ar-cptlc (lauze, f yards .75
" do. Quinine Capsules 25
Onlumol Tublots, per 100 50
Wyeth's Infant Suppositories ... .25
Pure Crystal Kpsom Salts, 1(1 or. can .25
Hal llcpntica, 75i; si.o 50
Iluliach Insect Powder .20
20 Mulo Team Hnrax, 12 or.s 20
tO Mulo 'IVnm lUrax, 1(1 or.s 25
Very Kino I turn x Soap, lmrs ... .25
Antiseptic Tablets, per 100 25
lygola Nipples, now 15
Hygoln Nursers, complete 35
"Toilet Paper, 12 rolls 1.00
Ienaturod Alcohol, cheaper and
Iwttur than coal, wood or wooil
alcohol, per pint .20, per gallon 1.25
All other goods at equally fair prices,
nnd prompt delivery guaranteed by
Mr. Tj. a. Ilorali, Graduate In Pharmacy
Mr .1. K. Clnyd, Licontlnto In Pharmacy
Mr. H. llrlsley, Uraduato In Pharmacy.
On and after October 1, wo will closo
at 0 P. M.
I CHi) News i
l ....in Brief I
M. A Perkins, the I'pper
stockman, it here (ill business.
Homo from Los Angeles.
I'. V. Ilngtte has leturned from :i
ilmil business visit in Lns Augelo.
Hero on Business.
Willi llii' largest v'.ite ever eimt in
the i-il the (tolls closed yesterday ec-
hi n i; nt o'clock, ending one of the
iiietet and lent exciting elections
ver kiniMii iii the history t I'rei
itt. In the Mouth precinct dill vote
Mr hiilli'il. mm. I in Die north
vLto.'ikihit ii total
Muring I.P .biy it win generally eon
ii-uiMi nv i no leaner oi nnwi names
Hint the renlt wilt in dnulit, hut lie
lure the polls rloxed betting oil tail
I'liiiiitex nt tin' ililleleiit cuiuliilutcs
was lively. Odd of two to one wore
lieclv i.irer,et on .1. V. flnilth for shor
ill'. A largo nmoiint nt this mid Wii-
taken by the DeiinirmU with Ncuglc
I'n.m the time the polU opened in
the niorii l ill. automobiles ami light
vehicles sped in different directions
through the eitv convoying electors to
nnd from the pull. The automobiles
and rigs were decorated wit a canvas
signs hearing the mimes of favorite
candidates. The antes and teams were
kept moving swiftly until the close,
owing to the large vote east.
After six o'clock the polling places
were er.iwded with admirers of ettndi
dates ami party lenders listening to
the eiiunt. The eount revealed more
thiiu the usual number of scratched
tiekets, only very few straight tickets
being found in the ballot boxes.
The olllee of the I rd of supervis
or wits the storm center of a large
crowd until early this morning. Clerk
Peter of the board received the re
turns by telepnoiie from outside pre
i -iurtK and bulletined them for obser
vation by bis visitors. In lllrch Ilrnth
crs eiife excited men were Handing as
do'., ns Mirdines In a box until onrly'
this moruiiiL' elieerlng the returns
from the enmity precincts uml the sev
erul states. The Wellington nnd Pal
ace saloons were nlso the scenes of
exciting crowds reading and discuss
inir the national, state and territorial
results until early morning.
Iktting on the results was occasion
allv lively but the best o order pre
vailed at all times. The fact of this
beiiiL' u tiresident'ril election attracted
u large number of the residents of
neigh'ti ring precincts hero last nlgat
to hear the election returns. The
ci-uit of the ballots which lasted until
early this morning shows less straight
tickets cats than last year, indicating
that the electors of this city are grad
ually breaking away from strict party
ties and vote for the man in county
nlVnirs rather than the cnnsen candi
date of tehlr party . representatives In
convention. Returns from outside pre
cincts show similar conditions pre
vailing all ovvr the county
M. Shiitinnu is in the eity from
.Stewart Mans ranch in William
valley on business.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS.
To the Ladies of Prcscott:
I wish to thank tho Indies of this
city and surrounding towns for tliolr
liberal patronage. Having sold my
millinery business to Mrs. J. A.
.Sprnguu of Denver, who will take ull
possession about lJeccniber 1, I lfopo
you will continue to patronize my suc
cessor. Ah I desire to closo out my entiro
stock, I am now offering bargains that
liuvo never been equalled In Prcacott.
Orders will bo taknn ns my trimmer,
Mrs. liird, will bo with mo until tho
stock Is disposed of,
Thanking you for past favors,
MR8. MOLMK K VAN'S.
.1. I-:. Kelly is in the city from hi
milling camp in the I hiiinh unite ills
I rift purchasing supplies.
Back from Trip.
It. ,1. Itlnek hue returned from a
proespectlng ninl mine Innpitrtlon trip
in the Hamuli llnls lnnlilimlim.
Homo from Ranch.
I. I), i.. Williams has icturuod from
u week's visit at ins riineii aim ranges
in the Hig Chiuo valley country.
W. P. Me Lend and Vie Strom an
here from their mining camps in the
Walker district on mining business
ji Dollar Will Do It.
One dnllnr will start a savings an
count drawing I per cent interest, at
the Yavapai County Savings bank.
Mine Manager Hero.
John A. 1'orhcs, general manager of
the li'iiependenee mine in the llussa-
yampu dNtrict, is here on milling bus
Left for Phoenix.
Joe Mold, general agent nf the Ari
xona Ittewlug Company, left last night
for Phoenix on business of his emu1
Mino Manager Hero.
J. II. Cleveliiml, general manager of
thf Central Arizona Copper Company,
arrived here lust evening on mining
Visiting with Friends.
.Mr. anil .Mrs. Lliarles Mowers rae
hi the eity from their mining camp in
'.lie Mineral Point district, visiting
Iloro on Business.
A. M. Rockwell arrived here last
evening from the camp of the I Hack
Mountain Copper Company on a short
Awarded Now Contract.
C. A. French, was an otitoging pas
senger last night for Castle Hot
wprings, wnere ne was awarded a
stone contract recently.
Circulating Among His Friends
Dan Docherty, one of the popular
Vavnpai comity, is here
Recovering from Injury.
Tom Campbell, who wn recently
kicked by u horse in the loft knee, is
slowly recovering, lie was able to
will); to the south precinct pulling
place witn the aid of a crutch yester
day, to cast his vote.
Clold Bar Shipment.
. gout nar weighing ri'.'.i.t ounces
was received by the Prcscott Xiitlonnl
Hank yesterday from the Tiger Hold
Company. It will be shipped to the
branch mint at San I ranclsco. The
bullion is the result of u recent run
of the company's mill nt Harrington.
When your "fad" grows old sell it
through a Journal-Miner want ad.
Now Navajo Rugs. Not prortts now.
Wo'ro selling them.
riVE-ROOM, MODERN HOUSE
ON MT. VERNON STREET, FINE
L'OOATION. LOT DO x 1C0.
. now to.
r.sr i . i is
''JX Til ! IAVE on rxliihition a mag.
L-r VV nificent chot c( ilriling lilvrr
a conmlelo labia icrvice in tho fimoui
Colaninl Patbin. Tlia various articles nro so clsnified that they
csn La iliown without condition or lots of lime Kncli individual
piece cf a docn ii cltAiIy ditpbjed. This olTordi tlm only convenient
nJ saltfactory wcy tl csvminlng tilvtr. You can ransack showcases
hall a day and not brinj to light lull to many variad aiul nttractivo
pieces ci you will see In five minutes timo tunning thtoujli tint com.
pleta he:t tf Colonial silver, which contains an exlrndve oiray of
the smaller pieces so much in demand (or annirersaties, weddingt, and
biithdayt," Orders accepted lor complete cheils or individual pieces.
0. A. Hesla Co.
Wed Nov. 42;30 P. M.--
Cameron s election is positively assured.
He carries Cochise by 400, Maricopa
County by over 200. His plural
ity at tins hour in Yavapai is 332 ana
witli 16 precincts to bear from will reach
360. Other counties give small plural
ities for Cameron, who has cut down
Smith s usual big majority in Graham to
350, and reduced it in Gila to 150.
Cameron s certain plurality is 400.
BOUSE SELLS ANOTHER.
Dutchman Group Passes to Syndicate
IHM'SK, Nov. 2. It was intimated
a few days ngo when the announce
mom of tlio sale of too Little Unite
group by House mid McMahou, the
original locators, was .sent to The Re
publican, that ii ei.iiini imperlmst sale
was on the lapis.
It was concluded yesterday and the
first payment made. The transaction
has been conducted with extreme se
crecy, but it turns out thut the well
know u Dutchman group was the ground
that passed in yesterday's sale. This
group contains a large acreagu and Is
considered by many as the best
ground in 'the camp.
lloth sales were negotiated by Col.
J. C. Denton of House, a former Cold
Meld operator and promoter woo knows
how to swing a deal. This makes the
second large sale in the camp last
week, both negotiated by Col. Denton,
who is systematically interesting a
wide circle of his mining ucipialu
tuuecs in Nevada, Colorado mid Los
Angeles, in the merits of this great
young copper emnp. His work is up
preeiated by the miners of House camp
many ot whom have more property
than they are able to develop actively
ami are delighted to (1ml that Col.
Denton is able to deliver the boom
which ull siimmcr ne has promised
them for this full ml winter. He stales
that if Tuft is elected he will be able
before midwinter to conclude a dozen
larue sales in tlm mop ( :!pit:i!i!t
whom he has already interested, but
who are reluctant to uke commitments
until after (he election. Hut House
feels thai two big sales in one week
is pretty good for n sturtcr for a
boom. It is understood that Col. Den
ton has taken over these two splendid
copper properties for a syndicate of
heavy l.os Angeles operators, who will
not spare money in crowding development.
COPPER CAMTS ALL TRY
TO REACH CAP!
I tako orders for pianos, organs mid
string instruments, also for tuning. Call
at l.'U N. Monte.uinn St.
MRS. S. 11 HAL.
(lrorn Tucmloy'a Da)y
Vnit-U friim tlm .I i rr... .
..i-n ....... .ii(il-iii (J
camps all tends to indicate tan
mining oiupanies nre oiide.ivorit
reach capacity in their output
. i in..:.... lt.......1 t' - '
I lie .uiiiiiiK jivkuiiii oiiuo tbj U
& Montana smelter was put oa
omnussion by Hoods, the rciui,!
has been rushed until the plant iJ
ready to handle its full capjt;J
ore. I tie I'lan cunsoiidntcil it ,
ing every point to increas0
duetion, and toward this end
n i tigs on the construction of it
reduction works. The Cumb
,1-Jlv ami the Nevada Consol
enlarging their reduction mpitiJ
rapidly n possible, mid he
CHiinnca copper company in Sot-
endeavoring to double its output
eiulv date. I hose nro merely
mens of the tilings they nre uVJ
the cupper districts, but tl i v hi
that the producers, whether t,1
"I'Minbiiie" or out of it, expel t
a ready market for till the jppn
Authorities in htiglnud ' lart I
the surplus stocks of the re 1 m
hand in that country, while
larger than formerly, nre tut ail
in proportion us tney have l
most of the years past. Tim
in consumption has also taken tL
most nt the other huropcun
so that at this time I'nrope Hid
consuming about nil the snrplml
iter t r It is can be produced in Amti
caning not only in the I'tiltnl ii
but Camilla and Mexico ns well.
Irrespective of the quotation.! 1
II cents a pounds, It Is knows I
the Calumet & llecla is not sellitJ
of its output under 1 1 cent.
also apparent thut the demnmls fJ
. ..1 . . ....1 !.. !.!.. - 1 1 1
reu nikiai in mis i-uuoirv iiavci
creased wonderfully during the
It is nlso to be noted tnnt tlier
of the copper companies have lit
been gaining strentgli in the P.
market. No noticeable inlvatien
dividend rales by tlm big com
have been reenrded, nor is it !
they will be until these rirpon
have a large cash surplus oa bat
There are two Very impurtant
tares thai should bo taken into
siderutiou relative to the copper i
tioii. One is the growing demati
th" filter is tho embodiment of
oy in all of tne copper mines, TL
ernge cost of production in the
important mines is not nearly so j
us it has been in ore thriving t
The Old Dominion is a striking i
pie in this respect. Last Mpring h
minble to produce copper at 13 i
a pound and continuously shors
deficit. Now it Is making about I
(100 a month net. These nre n
.1.... . 1 . I. 1 1
oa i caiinoi ne ovcnnoKCii unu i
more than merely certain that
copper industry will steadily sail
toward u point of greater securitq
Tlie Roosevelt bird visited the '.
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hasting!
South Mount Vernon street vest"
morning nnd presented this pq
couple with u healthy baby girl.
! IN OUR GROCERY DEFT
EVERY STOCK AT ITS BEST, FULLY FORTIFIED WITH THE PICK AlJ D
CHOOSE OF THE .BEST MARKETS; CLEAN, HONEST AND UP-TO-DATE
IN EVERY PARTICULAR; SUCH GROCERIES AS WILL BE A SATISFAC
TION FOR YOU TO BUY, AU EQUAL SATISFACTION FOR US TO SELL.
YOU WILL FIND IT WORTH WHILE TO TRY OUR:
Bulk Pickles, Dills, Sweet or Sour. 1 Salt Mackerrl
Ranch Eggs, that are Ranch Epps.
Fresh Lettuce, Lima Beans. String Beans.
Peas, Cucumbers, Bell Pcnners. Sninach.
Egg Plant, Cauliflower, Celery, Cranberries
nuuoarci bquash, Pumpkins, Young Beets,
Fresh Bulk Chow Chow.
New York Cream Cheese.
McIIavcn's Jar Cheese.
Carrots, Turnips, Parsnios. Oninns. Rad
ishes, Etc.. Etc. '
THESE ARE SOME OF OUR SPECIAL BRANDS, AND SHOULD APPEAL TO
EVERY THRIFTY AND ECONOMICAL HOUSEHOLD;
Swift's Premium Hams, Bacons and Lard.
Barrington Hall, the Steel Gut Coffee.
Club House Tabic Fruit and Vegetables.
v-uiu nousc iviapie syrup in Glass.
Dunbar's Fips in Cnnli.-ii
Richelieu Preserves, Jams, Jellies, Table
Johnson's Educator Wafers.
Johnson's Bahv v.A, irnlrit-
Angclus Marshmallows, Etc., Etc.
NO MATTER THE NATURE OF YOUR WANTS, COME TO OUR STORE
YOU SUPPLY THEM. NOT ONLY WILL YOU FIND OUR STOCK
THE LARGEST AND THE BEST, BUT YOU WILL FIND OUR SALES
. CHECK AN ASSURANCE OF QUANTITY AND QUALITY.
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