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This root of many evils
Glandular tumors, abscesses, pimples
and other cutaneous eruptions, sore
ears, inflamed eyelids, rickets, dyspep
sia, catarrh, readiness to catch cold
and inability to get rid of it easily, pale
ness, nervousness and other ailments
including the consumptive tendency
Can be completely and permanently
removed, no matter how young or old
Hood's Sarsaparilla given the daughter
f Sitae Vemooy. Wa ar-m. N. T.. who had
broken out with scrofula sores all over her
fcoe and head The drst bottle helped her
ad when she had taken six the sore' were all
healed and her faee was smooth. I!.- writes
at she has BSSSBw shown an sign of the
arofula return inc.
Promises to cure and keps the
promise Ask your druggist for it
today and accept no substitute
The Gun club will shoot tomorrow
at the usual time and place.
Rev. Weems. of Phenix, will preach
in the Methodist Episcopal church to
morrow at 3 o'clock. Everybody in
vited. Major J. H. McCliutock and wife
left for Phenix last night after a visit
of four days in Prescott.
Roberts came up from the '
Santa Maria country vesterdav. H
says that mining continues active in
Mr. Connor, of Colorado, is a recent
arrival here on mining business.
The temperature for the past few
days has been more like November or
March weather than like June.
Mrs. J. M. Watts has received an
other shipment of beautiful hand
painted chinaware. the work of Mrs.
S. P. Behan. and all ladies of the
city are invited to inspect it at her
home on north Alarcon street.
Smith & Anderson have taken a lease
on a room of the Bashford block and
will open ice cream parlors in it a Unit
the first of July. They have recently
received the finest soda fountain ever
brought to Prescott.
The old Comet and Cellar saloon
buildings on the plaza are being torn
Rapid progress is being made ou
Allie Mulvenou's new two story brick
on the corner of Gurley and Granite
streets. He expects to have it ready
for occupancy by July 1.
WhUe the water supply is still
abundant and there are alwit ten
feet in the city reservoir at present
.. . . "
the supply is diminishing dailv
and the Del Rio system will start
none too soon for the convenience of
Prescott hotel arrivals, June 14: J
H LaRue. San Framiseo: W Polk,
S R Swan, Denver: J W Thurlx r.
nenrv conn, vwuiauis: t Mad-
dox-Phenix; Harvey Smith, Prescott;
M hang. Mayer.
Rev. J. M. Weems of Phenix. ore
siding elder of the Arizona District j
M. E. church, south, will preach a,
the West Prescott Methodist church
tomorrow morning at 11 a. in., and to-
morrow night at 8 o'clock. The third
quarterly conference of the charge ;
was nem last night and a good show
mg was made on all lines oi chinch
work. On account of the quarterly
visit of the presidingei lee tins church
could not join in the union services ;
Dionicious Miller, the well known
placer miner of the Big Bug country,
. Jit ("hot a man several months ago
for taking some water from a placer
claim which he was working, was to
day found guilty of assault with a
deadly weapon and will receive his
sentence next Monday. The jury
recommend him to the mercy of the
Captain Weeks, superintendent of
construction of the Del Rio pipe line,
savs that all connections have lieen
made between Prescott and the pump
ing plant at Del D10. and the machin
ery is being run to get it in condition
for work. He says that they exjiect
to start the pump under pressure next
week and after it gets in operation
satisfactorily it is intended to give an
excursion in order to give all who de
sire an opportunity to see the plant
M. S. Taft is in the city.
Cole McFerren. a resident of Selig
man, is in Prescott.
H. J. McGinty arrived in Prescott
last night from Paris.
Geo. Delaorte and J. T. Hughas, of
San Francisco, are Prescott visitors.
Henry Bryan came up from Phenix
Miss Moore, of Phenix, is a guest of
J. Q. Stephens. Williamson valley
cattle baron is in Prescott.
Mrs. Fred Evan and Miss Evans, of
Jerome are Prescott visitors.
C. W. French, the McCabe mer
chant, came in ou this afternoon's
Wm. Park came down from Wil
liams last night and is a guest at the
Thomas Ewing and W. E. Ew iug.
of Los Angeles were arrivals from the
south today and an' at the Burke.
Henrv Schueimann and Ben Miller,
two of Oak creek's prominent citizeus.
are in Prescott today on court busi
Get fat ; get nice and plump ,
there is safety in plumpness.
Summer has tried youri Mr. and Mrs. Sweitn r mmu ontga
food-works: winter is 6oangf Dparf, hsdk ...
' this morning.
to try your breath-mill. Fall Gm u sherniaii ,eft ;is, fa
is the time to brace yourself. , a trip through the southern p,m o!
But weather is tricky ; look , m: ,.
J Irel Willis was lodged in jail in
out! Lookout for colds espec- tVaacott last aigU l-. Doited States
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil is the subtlest . t
helps. It is food, the ea
food in the world ; it is moit
than food, it helps you digest
your food, and get more nutri
ment from it.
Don't get thin, there is
safety in plumpness. Ma
woman and child.
If you haTT not tried it. send for fret- bh
its agreeable taste will surprise vn
SCOTT & BOWWst,
4i Pearl Street, New urk
foe. a 1 ail druggist.
H. P. Anderson, a miner in the
Minnehaha country, is in 1 rocott on
The pocketliook lost yesterday by
Jas. H. McClintock was found by
' Fred Smith and returned to the owner
Sheriff Munds will leave for Yuma
! tonight with Azbell. Belk Murnty and
Lhabia, the prisoners who were sen
tenced to the penitentiary yesterday.
Hon. O. L. Geer, who represented
Yaapai county in the last sessiou of
the legislature is up from Martinez
B. A. Fowler and wife, of Gleudale.
are registered at the Burke. Mr.
Fowler is one of the leading ranchers
in the Salt Kiver valley
J.E.Wagner came up from the,
Walnut Grove country last evening i
ami will leave with his mother to
morrow for a visit of several weeks in
The San Francisco World, speaking
of Paul Jeunison sivs: "Aiiimralilc.
The work on one string stamps him
as a favorite instrument.'" At oix-ra
Word was received ill Prescott to
day that the Harvey eating house and
postal telegraph office at Seligman
had burned down. The loss amount
ed to oulv a few hundred dollars.
The Fourth of July committees met
last night and weui over the arrange'
ments for the grand three davs eele-
bratiou, commencing July 4th. The
committee expects to have $2,000 for
use on this occasion and one of the
grandest celebrations ever held here
le looked forward to. Some
very novel and interesting features
will lie introduced, mention of which
will be made later.
E. M. Elliott, who has lieen out at brook. The entire contents of the car ! a charge of manslaughter.
Met abe for a few days arranging the were destroyed and the train was de-! Sheriff C. A Rouse of San Hernar
preliminaries for the organization of i laved about four hours. ,Jino eountv. t aliforiiia. arrived ' in
says as sKn as the necessary supplies
arrive irom ine supreme lodge, a
lodge will be organized with fifty or
over of the best citizeus of that min
Although Mr. Jennison has never
smashed saloons, taken milk laths.
hunted Colorado lions, or played lie
fore King Edward, Emperor W'illiaui
or the Saltan of Turkey, he can play
the cello. He will lie at Dake,s opera
house tonight. Don't fail to hear
Mrs. Ida Crouch-Hazlett.of Denver,
Vilni -Jlii ;., p-... t .. f
Colorado, is iu Prescott for a few
days' sia v. Mrs. Hazlett is a leading
worker and speaker in the nation on
wd. .Sblv0Vr'' SUffdT-
S Zj?lZZT ;,adlr'"SS
The Coronado Tent City band has
just made a tour of Southern Cali-
fornia au( ,ne people wild. The
nunvtianutw -i -. . full . . ( . . n. . . -. .. f , . . I. i .
newspapers are full of praises for this
splendid musical organization
Jerome has raised a purse of -SWX) ? " P!f . raCK V- . ,at"
with which to celebrate the Fourth of tacnKl a11 .he tlme: and ,s "ed
July aud have quite an extensive .ater pipe realy for use at a sec
i.inmmrr,,,,..!.!.., -il ond s notice. There are twelve of
The weather for several days has j
Oeeu most reinarka b e for t his -..-h-oii
of the year The nights are cool
enough to sleep under heavy liedding
and will(i Plavs haVf "i'h the loose
7s11 es,a!' ;lU T' ,HBta ,inK's the
dust is almost blinding,
Prescott hotel arrivals. June 11:
J. C. Ross and wife. Memphis. Tenn.:
Geo. H. Gillespie. Huron: C. W . Hem
ings. McCabe: F. L.Criswell. Phenix;
Geo. A. Beach. Mrs. G. A. Beach
Son. Miss Edna Church. Saginaw.
Mich: N. C. Webster. S F P P
grade: H. Thomas. Prescott.
A farewell receptiou was given by
the ladies of the Congregational
church at the residence of Mr. ?.nd
Mrs. Hesla's last evening in honor of j
Mrs. J. D. Bethune and family who
leave in a day or two for their future i
home in Los Angeles. The house
was beautifully decorated and was i
filled with the frieuds of Mrs. Bethune! a snake. It is slid to be a native of ,ne proposition and definite i ii forma -and
family and everything possible Central America and is supposed to ' ,iou mav be obtainable soon.
was oone 10 sno . in.- i.ign esteem m
which they were held and the deep
regret at their loss from among us.
Many wishes were expressed for a
safe journey and happv and prosper-
oils rut lire 111 their new home.
The date of the Rough Riders' re
nnion at Colorado Springs has been
changed from June 24 to August 1
and 2. This action was taken on the
strength of a telegram received by
Major McClintoek which said Vice
President Roosevelt cauld not possi
bly lie present on the June date. The
M . m ...
quarterly centennial of the admission
of Colorado to statehood will lie held
. a . a . .
in August and it has been deemed
fitting to combine the two celebra
tions. Major McClintock. president
of the Rough Riders' association, has
issued an order containing the state
ment made aliove. Gazette.
Closing exercises of the public
schools begau todav. The deuart-
nieuts of Mr
Porter. Miss Walter 1 pastor ol M. h.. church, fres-Mi-s
Hill and Miss t This young couple are well
Heiser held their closing exercises,
which were well attended and of a '
most interestin: c 'racier, this after - j
noon. Tomorrow at 2 o'clock the de-
UM I ail III presided over by Miss
Campbell. Miss Strange and Miss Ed.',
wards will hold their exercises. A
schools on a grand picnic to Granite
lells on rmtay. where the entire day
will DJ spent in childish sports and ;
frolics. The train will leave Prescott
at8:la. m., returning late m the '
atteriioon. giving ample time tor a big
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dinner and lots of fun.
Roberts is in town from Sim-
F. M. Geuuiig. a resident of Octave,
is visiting Prescott.
Mark Murphy, the well known
Lynx creek miner, is iu Prescott.
YA . S. Head is up from the Verde
valley on business.
Deputy Treasurer Ed Wright is
Big auction sale tomorrow at 226
South Montezuma str.-.-t.
L. H. Bradshaw left for Denver
marshal, witu a charge of fekMJ
Miss Isis Hall, one of PreHcott'a
teachers, i.-ft or t'lncago this morn
iug wneie s ..- ..ill speud her v.e-a
Do not fail lo attend the liig auc
tion sale lomorrow al J- S I.
HhMMH sln-et. as I he f limit Ml1
carpets and U-ddiiig are aearlj lie
and lots of it. Then- wiil ! har
gains. The plans thai were r.-c.-ived for
the new public Htnrj from Archi ct
Trosl of URN, have LWaB reliii i.ed
to him lor some diaugi-s. As soon
as the an ret.mied and appro aed
aud the buildings ou the pre- ut site
jof the building are removed, the work
of erecting I he library will beg.u.
Let the children attend the school
picnic at Granite Dells tomorrow
The train leaves at 8:15, returning
at 5 o'clock.
A burned bridge on the Santa Fe
railroad on Wednesday caused a de
lay of trains yesterday for several
The committee on entertainment
for the Fourth of July celebration
have about concluded arrangements
for I grand free billoon assessiou on
each of the three days of the celebra
tion. ThI . iff! V rwl 5?5
im,rtaii meeting ,n I O. (). r . hull
tonight at Which time the eltvtion of
otH..r for th ..no.;,,., t..r, ..ill t.U
j place. Vice hajpt Chancellor E
i M. Elliott will also le present.
n tWJk. w
T) D McDonald .the
I ing promoter, went to Wickeuburj
! last evening on business connected
with his mining interests in that
lioouiing locality. Mrs. McDonald
and baby went to Jerome this morn
iug to spend several days visiting
Frank Wagoner is in from Colum
bia, Arizona, where he has considera
ble mining interests. He reports that
section in a flourishing condition, as
is the reports from all over the
The lively mining camp of Con
gress does not propose to lie behind
j in its patriotism since the recent visit
to that place of the president of the
1 nited States and has deeided to
hold a grand Fourth of July celebra
tion. The program will consist of
miners' drills, racing, base ball. etc.
A baggage and exjiress car attached
10 the San Francisco westbound train '
on the Santa Fe Pacific railroad, was
destroyed bv tire on Weduesd.Tv le-
tweeu Gallup. New Mexico, and "Hoi-!
Miss Wioa Henry, the bcutifu. I
;,,11 accomplished daughter ot Key
and Mrs. J. H. Henrv. of 1'iagstaff.
, and E. A. Meuzjes, a prominent young
business man of Tucson, were mar
ried at the bride's parents on Tues
day June 11. The ceremony was per
formed by the bride's father. The
happy couple left on Tuesday to
spend their honey moon at Santa
Monica, after which they will return 1
to Tucson to reside.
The S. F. P. & P. will run a special
train to Grauite Dells tomorrow. Fri
day, for the purpose of couvevintr the
school children and their parents and
r: 1 :.. i i .
friends iu a grand annual picnic. The 1
train will leave Prescott at 8:15 a. m.,
returning at about i o'clock p. m. 1
,0C fr rOUUd tnp-
The new hose for the Hotel Burke
building was tested yesterday aud
gave splendid satisfaction. The hose
used is called I'uderwriters linen
1 La ...... ' 1 J: . 1
hose, is two inches in diameter and
folds up verv compact and is kept in
these in the new building and there is i
not a square foot of space iu the en-:
tir.. tl,-.. u. I
a stream of water from them. The
test showed the ability to throw water
The Prescott Electric company's
office is being overhauled since the
Bank of Arizona has moved into its
new aud elegant quarters. Mr.
beautifully decorated, while the j
woodwork is being treated to a fine '
i new coat of paint, which makes it
j fairly glisten. A grand display of
I electrical appliances and fixtures will
Pm on exniliition aud a very pretty
A colored man of Flagstaff foi nd a
new species of reptile the other dav
in a box car at the above place. Its
head resembles that of an Arizona
horn toad, its body is like that of a
frog, while its tail" resembles that of
have lieen shioix-d wit i a ot of ba
lianas, a returned sohtier from the
Philippines who saw it states that
v are numerous in the banana
field of those islands. It is very
dark colored and is alxiut the size of
an ordinary Gila monster.
Prescott hotel arrivals. June 12: J
E Piatt, Mrs J E Piatt. New York; A
E Metcalf. Los Angeles: W S Head.
Camp Verde: W B Boardman. Colo
rado Springs: C W Wright. Phenix:
Mr and Mrs CC Stukev. Miss May
Stukev, Mr aud Mrs J Schweitzer. 1
Walker: Anton Peik. Hillside; T J
Oneallv, M M Coughlin. Mayer; J L
T I il C ' 1 1 . , W .
x. i, cv o..., , ... , e..,e V n oilier
me. Payosa Springs; . W ilsou. Pres-;
n...-;.. i. c... v.. 1 v i. rr
cott: Joe Busch. Williams
Milton F. Dicus of Jerome. Arizona
and Miss May Core, of that city were
married on June 12th. 1901 at the
.Methodist Episcopal parsonage
Prescott, Arizona, by Harcourt W.
known residents of Yavapai s great
copper camp, and the liest wishes of
M ,,Mir Wends accompany them on
their ,lfe'8 voyage.
Beginning ou the 13th of June the
mail f-m the west arriving at Ash
Fork at 3 o'clock a. m. will be brought
rives here bet weeu 10 and 11 o'clock
a. m. This will bring the western
maii jn several hours ahead of the
plvnt schedule, as heretofore it did
not arrive UIltii 8:3, p m on the re.
uar passenger train. San Fraueisco
" i' .
papers will then be delivered in the
forenoon instead of at night, or nearly
a day earlier than under the old ar
rangement. MONDAY'S DAILY
J. B. Bailey is up from Octave.
A. D. M.. Douglass came up from
Congress on this morning's train. j
Dr. John Bennett was an arrival j
from Congress this morning. i
J. L. Davis and family are in from
X al erde today.
W. J. Cain came up from Phenix
B. C. Addition was an outgoing
lassenger for Boston this morning.
ss Thema Day left for Bakers
ieki this morning.
L. Martin is
in from the McCabe
Fratik Thompson came down from
Ash Fork last evening.
Indigestion, itysjiepsia. htnlnfj
and biliousness, il not attended to.
creep through tie body, upset the
stomach, causing general trouble. The
I bitters will cure these as well as liver
and kidney tiffectious. Try it.
The blood may be in bad condition,
yet with no external signs, no akin
eruption or sores to indicate It. The
symptoms in such cases being a variable
appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable
weakness and nervousness, loss of flesb
and a general run-down condition of the
rys'em clearly showing the blood hai
lost its nutritive qualities, has become thin
: U i8 in juSt Sudh T"
S. S. S. has done some of it, quickest and
. most effective work hv hiiilrtincr im the
' . ' .
- xrv - -
to make it strong and vigorous.
" My wife used sev
eral bottles of S. S. S.
as a blood purifiVr and
to tone up a weak and
emaciated system, with
very marked effect by
way of improvement.
"We regard it a
great tonic and blood
purifier. " J. F. Dm-'F,
is the greatest of all
tonics, and you will
find the appetite im
proves at once, strength
returns, and nervousness vanishes as new
rich pure blood once more circulates
through all par's of the system.
S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable
blood purifier known. It contains no min-
erals whatever. Send for our free book
on blood and skin diseases and write our
physicians for any information or advice
Wanted. N"o charge for medical advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA.
M,'1 Laughter is lieing tried today
liefore a jury in the district court ou
ig on official busi-
Frank Irvine, who was tried liefore
a jury in the district court yesterday
on a charge of robliery, was found
David Goldlierg. a prominent cloth
ing merchant of Hm, is in Pres
cott. Miss Campliell, one of our excellent
school teachers, left for Los Angeles
Miss Heiser left for her home in
Iowa this morning, where she will
spend the summer vacation, returninir
to Prescott this fall to resume her
duties as a teacher iu our schools,
Those Saturday evenino- sales at
PPI:" with Prescott ladies.
Ray Hill, who has been a devout
our unwilling memtr Of the liach
elors' club for several weeks, went to
Ash Fork this morning to meet Mrs.
Hill who will return today from a
visit in California.
J. V. Sheppard left this morning
for Denver, Colorado, for a stay of
several weeks. Mrs. Sheppard will
leave for I.s Angeles in a few davs
where she will sjiend the summer
A. Goldsmith, of Tacoma. Washing
ton, who has been iu Prescott on I nisi
ness for several days, will leave for
Iu the district court ye
terdav the j
counsel for Ed. Butts. Jr.. the con
rioted emb-zz.ler. withdrew their mo
tion for a new trial. Butts will ap
pear Saturday for sentence and ind.r.
. Kautman. of Los Angeles, is'in
Prescott working up an Interest in 1
oil mutters with tl... h.,.-.s .l. .i ..
-twwmm . i..lerri' association and also the annual
JVscott to take hold of the matter of
I I . 1 .1. i ' 1 "ii m in,- .viiur-rai
Poiut country. Mr. Rautman is a
well known oil man of California and I
has great hojies that matters, may be
so arrange.! as 10 negin tne WOIK 01
iwnug for oil in the near future. A
committee of citizens are working on
C. P. Collins and H. Heasley will
go to Octave this evening on business
couuected with the Octave Gold Min
M. W. Jones, who has been iu the
city for several days representing the
Armour Packing company, of Kansas
city, will leave for Phenix this even
ing in the iuterest of his company.
C. A. Randall is in town from Prov
idence today and paid the Journal
Miner office a pleasant call. He re
ports thimrs looking splendid all over
his section of the county and nearly
everybody prosperous and happv.
Prescott hotlf, arrivals. J11De 13. E ,
n , . . ,v , c ' f
C. A., Phenixr Mr and Mrs Geo A
Beach and Son. Mrs S M Church.
Miss Emma Church. Sa-inaw. Mich:
M M King. Maver: D C Monroe, New
York: Joe Busch, Walker: W J Clay
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We haven t all the clothing then- M Grata, returned to Prescott ves
ts nor have we "the liest but we have terdav with a view of relocating here
as good as any. and lietter than many after an alisenee of a couple of years.
See our -M0 hue of suits. They are He thinks Prescott as gootl a place
the pick of the town. J. W. Wilson. , as he has seen for business.
A big.crowd of school children and
older folks went out on the picnic ex
cursion this morning to Granite Dells.
From the wav the dinner hastate
thet uen- wirnetl to
warn ine depot tnis morning we i
should judge that a big spread and
lots of fun were in store for those who
vm)mT L l)OS,0ftre
scott will only make up one mail i
ch for Huron. Big Bug. Chaparral
Providence instead of three, as
-tofore. This has 1m-. ii iK casion.il
tomorrow the postothVe
by tlx- establishment of a oostorfice at
Huron, which will lie the distribiitng
point for the other postofhees men
tioned. The United Moderns held a good
meeting last night and elected the
oUowB officers for the earning
term: H. t . Lowe, chancellor; R.
Horsecroft. regent; Mrs. C. C. Cham-
ln-rs. orator: W. G. ffnnan recorder;
Mrs. ('line, musiehm T I. H:,,r;
warden: Thm Pillar, watchman: Thos
W. B. Goldsworthy left with his
little daughter, Misi Bertha, this
inorning for the east, for a brief visit
with relatives. ;ind also for the pur-
l""" of V'V-"""-? ";""'""; W "
.grave, of his wife, who died about a
year and a half ago.
There was quite ;i scattering of
gnu-cries in Fast Prescott ou Bator
day evening. It was caused bv a
runaway team attached to .1. f. Gard
ner's delivery wag n. In addition to
scatterinsr several dollars worth of
groceries promi-c louslv -liong tin
street, the wagon was pretty badly
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. W.ilstrum en
tertaine.1 some visitor in oluutaril v
on Saturday evening, lir. Walatram
had const ructed l nice, cool scre-n
1m in a alndy place oa their porek
to keep their eaAablee in and some
time du: ingihe nigh I soieeone visited
the place, carrying off all their butter,
eggs and other siippli.-s it contained
a min luting to lic or -i dollars v . ft It.
In addition to the loss of the edibles
was the inconvenience Mr. Walstnmi
was out to in order to gti his Sunday
morning DTeakfeaot, as the iutruder
did not leave enough for their moru
M. O. Dumas, son of D. E. Dumas
of Oak creek is in town today.
. We might say fine things about
our $10.(10 special suits, but purchas-
ers will spread the news soon enough.
Miss Helen Strange left yesterday
moiniuir for her home in Gilrov. Cali:
foruia, to spend her vacation.
Did you see our $1.75 Hamilton
Brown shoes. Ed. Block.
Mrs. Mary Bowen and Miss Ger
trude Hulier have returned from a
! visit to Jerome.
I Hamilton Brown shoes, dressy and
; m vi(.eal)le for ?U5. jy. Block.
Hamilton Hrowu shoes lor men
or congress, 51. io. txt. block.
. .. . . .
Midsummer sale is now on at C. SB.
. ; '.iii . . ,
Linn s Golden Eagle store, where you
can save 20 to 40 per cent ou
Plw , , 3 i ' J "P T
At Linn's a good eight day one-1
I.al: hour strike clock, from 53.75 up.;
We meet Chicago prices. tf I
An advertisement of the Modem
Copper Mining company appears in
1 he company is incorpo
: rated under the laws of Arizona by
i citizens of the territory, and a oortioii
: oi i lie siock lias lieeil el aside lor le-
! velopment purposes and is being of-
j fered for sale at a very low price.
C.B.Linn can fit you right with
sjxt-tacles and at the right price, tf
Haviland china and Johnson Bros,
the best imiwrted chinaware, at
Linn's. Make no mistake if you wish
the best iu the city at the lowest
Jerome papers report that no clue
has lieen obtaiued of R. D. Foreman,
who killed a man with a shovel there
The Parker lucky curve fountain
pen the best. With ink. At Linn's.
Territorial Auditor G. W. Yickers
spent Sunday iu Prescott. circulating
among his friends. Coming up from j
the lxl climate of Phenix he w-as in-
dinedto find a little fault with the
warm weather here.
Hamilton Brown shoes for S1.7.r.
Try a pair. Ed Block.
Lamps and glass ware at Linn's.
Cheaper than an v place in the eitv. tf
TW n At, l. r, . MrsI,ia C rouch Halett of Denver Hiom, the Rjo pxl(.rco ilnd Little Colo
Tent city, Coronado Beach. Cal., is : spoke on soeia reforms. Mrs. Haz-1. . i i .u, onp
a surprise to every new arrival. No left is quite a fluent speaker and her , e depth than 300
one can realize all its delights with- soul is in the work in w hich s!. is en- 'eet- This well will throw a stream 18
out being there to see anil feel the gaged. All of the protectant churches feet above the surface and it is ex
completeness of the place. Thou- except the South Methodist joined in j pectetl will till the tank without the
sauds will go to Tent city this year. the exercises. Owing to the visit of j u(eof
! the presiding elder of the latter ' . , .
For tttl r float, u u i.i ;;., tua r. There is no better land in the ter-
go to Karnev's.
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There was a decided change in the
weather on Sunday. The wind which
has prevailed for so long did not put
iu an apiiearance and there was a de
cided rise in the mercury, which weut
up as high as 80 degrees.
Present your sweetheart with a box
of Huyler's. She will appreciate it.
You can get it at R. H. Buruiister &
D. O. Michel, a painter, formerly
a resident of Prescott, writes to ii
friend here that his wifediiil in San
Biego recently. The couple left here
some time since for the above place
for the lx nafitof Mrs. Michel's health,
j but the change failed to have the de-
j M Gailv mechanic of
tne s- F- p- & p- railroad left ou this
morning's train for the east to attend
the mi-etiug of the Master Car Build-
mating of the Master Mechanics of
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willU- held at Buffalo and Saratoga
Hamilton. Brown shoes at cost.
,vii e the i.resent stock lasts at R:ir-
.k ii,cw.l,- chu
thel & Stocks. b-lixb
Room with or without Ixiard at Mrs
O.B.Marshall's, 431, Beach Avenue, i
N'o invalids or children need apply.
Drink Heekin's "Magnolia" Coffee.
I it Sale by The Bashford-Burmister
St. Joseph's Academy will hold
commencement exercises ;it the Opera Cure made me a well man." Xorris , of patient and skillful training, the
house on Thursday evening, June 20. Silver, Forth Stradford. X. H. Be primary - epartments of the Pres
( 111 tain rises at 7 o'clock sharp. ; t.ause you've not found relief from a u elm are in the hands of teach-
-Take ;s) cents
V) cents to Joe Wilson's
and trade it for a 1.(MI suit of under
wear. A two to one shot.
Tickets for the commencement ex
excises next Thursday evening for
sale at Brisley's Drug Store and at
Go to Swartz & Hughes for wall
MPer and hue paper hanging. Old
Fellows' building. 6-14x6
The fini'st chocolates and lion bons
to be had are Huyler's. For sale at
R. H. Buruiister & Sons Co, sole
Supply your Sunday table with a
box of Huyler's. R. H. Buruiister
. e Sous Co., sole agents
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J G. Hamilton of the American
Ml Sugar company was in Prescott
-!. . II till L'li. Iitwt s'ti-tii itii f,r
yesterday and lef4 last evening for
Beardsley to investigate the possibili
ties of lieet culture in that vicinity
ind bttween that place and Phenix,
with a view of erecting a beet sugar
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fM""'V .solm Plut m the U
mer - . ;
Drink Heekin's "Majtnolia" Coffee.
For sale by The Bashford-Burmister
Prescott Hotel arrivals June 16: b
S Wall. Mayer; M C Gtinn, Alabama;
Thos A l.iston. Williamsport, Pa; D
vY Brill. Sharaokin. Pa; Mrs J A Mar
tin. Jerome; Daniel Fitzsimmons, Los i
An-'les; W W Sliter, Denver; Mr
and Mrs fi H Laberteii. Phenix; Geo
H West. Jerome: Thos H Sherrard.
A E Cohoon. Washington, D C: A
J M Sullivan.
Preecott; Fiston filler, Fnmk A
Cluck. Paso Kobles, Cal; Bobed L
Hamniil. Cimnisou, Colo; Alice (lil
more. Los Angeles; Marion Avon Ed
oua; N C Webster. 8 F, P A P Grade.
Mr. and Mrs ("has B Brown, Lime
Ki n: J B Smith. Williams: Malcolm
McDougall, llerani B-ggler, Wil
liams: James K Sias, Providence; Jno
P Dai ling. McCalie.
Every man w ho ever wore one of
Wilson'- s'J.aO hats knows its value
better than we can tell. You'd lie
surprised to know how many -S'i.iHI
men then are that have testi-il them
to their entire satisfaction. Every
shape ami every color you find iu the
STi.OO agency hat. we duplicate for
K.-v. Hbraoa Holding, who will be
favorably n-iulieuiU-reil bv Picauull
citizens as a fonner pastor ofthe Con
gregational church here but w ho has
beeo a missionary in China for sev
eral years, and who was in Peking
during the riegB will deliver an ad
dress on China this. Monday roriog,
June 17th. at H o'clock, in thet 'on
Barthel .V Stocks are selling all
their Hamilton. Brown sh"s- at -ost
w idle they last. Hurry if you want
such a bargniu as you never had be
I fore. 6-12x6
The Grand Canyon railroad will be
sold July 10 under an order from
Th(, ,aw finu ,)f j.,, mkm of
KinffIIl;ln hils . ilawslllllt Mr.
I Morrison will continue the practice
i of law in the above town while Mr.
, Bell will locate in Prescott and en
gage in law practice.
Governor N. O. Murphy was in
town on Sunday.
Mrs. M. Fagan and children left on
yesterday's train for I-a veil worth.
Kansas, for a visit with relatives. Mr.
Fagan went up to Ash Fork with
Wanted A good Latin instructor
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, lor i lie s limner. .-o.iiess v .,.".-
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Ma colm McDougall. Hi Hiyelow
; . , Sn ... . yYilliams. ate in
y2ur ! town today on business in the Pres
cott land office.
-Dop in and see us. You'l be as
welcome as sunshine, and we're sure
to make a clothier friend of you. J.
p, R ,( f PllPnjx, convicted of
embezzling funds from secret so, i.
ties, has lieen sentenced to one year's
imprisonment in the penitentiary.
, u .. f, . ..... , ilv l, iu
town, the housewife's friend. tf
.tl rs. .I. it. iraiues, Hiieoi iuir.n.
Ranger Gaines, located at 1 rovidance.
has received word that she has recent-
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The jury returned a verdict Satur
day night of not guilt v iu the case of
Mel Laughter, charged with man
slaughter. Cripple Creek. Leadville and other
towns iu Colorado, located at similar
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llilliie. weie iii-iiuhi iu n nnun
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storm last I' ndav. I In-almve named
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low lis ieKMl ,l litu il i.r.i ill oi ly i
For correct car time consult Linn s
automatic ele-tric clock. He is agent
for same for this territory. tf
Miss Pe:irl San fori I and little Miss
Constance Mader left for California
yesterday for a visit.
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, C- l?iTJud
,T-hhn? at oiT"' ,( ,wk -'' "1
which they w ill shortly open a general
men-liaiiilise store. lr. Kellv savs
that there are a number of buildintrs I
already Ix-iug built in the new town.
Union services wen- held at the
oiera house last evening, at which
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Mrs. Hazlett will hold a uumler of
meetings during the week in the
Methodist church, on Marina street,
at which she will speak on this sul
ject. A Warninjt.
To feel tired liefore exertion is not
laziness it's a sign that the system
lacks vitality and needs the tonic
effect of Hold's Sarsaparilla. Suffer
ers should not delay. Get rid of that
tired feeling bv lieginning to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla today.
Danger, disease and death follow
neglect of the liowels. I'se DeWitt's
Little Early Risers to regulate them
and vou will add years to your life
and life to your years. Easy to take:
never gripe. W. W. Ross aud Bris-
lev Drug Co.
I am still in it now at the south
side of the plaza, next to the Prospect
effice. Will do all carriage trimming
1 iinholsteriiiir work at reasonablo
lince, VI 00. 1 nun u u.iiin ... u:
t- 1 1
A surgical operation is not neces
ill th-it evuensc
and never fails. Beware ot counter-
fo.ts y. W. Ross and Brislev Drug
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We have on hand. ;.U the time, veg
etables suitable for mining camps.
All orders promptly attended to, at :
F. H. Baldwin's, successor to F. E. ;
"The doctors told me my cough
was incurable. One Minute Cough
stumxirn cotign (ion 1 uespur. yue
Minute I ough t lire nas cureii moil-
sands and it will cure vou. Safe and
sure. W. W. Ross and Brislev Drug
First. Ajax Tablets. 2.50. Second
i m,,.lK ,,l..u.:,t ,i,e,Uci,,e Thin! '
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siionir lieives. i;.aji IU.I..II, ou-ri.m- ( . s -
ii bE v . itt . - oue who has had the pleasure of see
ness and hea th. No better invest- . , . f . ... ,
ment. Sold and recommended by . jjj teachers at work will be
Brislev Drug Co. 3-20tf fvorab v impnl with therr tact
, and ability in primary work.
Mr. James Brown, of Putsmoth.
Va. over 90 years of age suffered for
years with a had sore on his face.
Physicians could not help him. De
Witt's Witch lla. l Salve cured him
Brisley Drug Co. and
W. H . Koss.
Have you seen those lovely shirt
waists at Mrs. Blaine's? tf
Fresh vaccine virus
at W. W. Ross'.
The bilious, tired, nervous, man
cannot fullv compete with his healthy
, D-Witt's ' Little E.rlv Riser's
h f Ms for (.onsti,,at,o,, will
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remove the cause oi vour trouoies.
Brisley Drug Co. and W'. W. Ross.
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For choice wines, liquors and cigars
go to Kearney's. jll-tf
Eczema, saltrheum. tetter, ehatin;
vy poisoning and all skin torturt
an. (,uicklv ciir-il by DeWitfs Witc
Hnyel Salve. The certain ni e cure,
Brislev Drug Co. and W. W. K..ss. The following conditions will gov-
r- ra i u . ui , i ern the shoot:
Ringup H for fresh vegetables of A targetsthro-. from Maugatrap.
all kinds promptly deh vertnl. I . H Targets charged at 3 c-ents each and
ftddwnn successor to F. E. Jones, tf (l,,u.teti froln purses.
A few months ago. food w hich I All shooting shall be class shooting,
ate would not stay on my stomach for Four moneys M), .'10. 20 and 10, As
half an hour. I used one liottle of sociation rul.-s to govern in all cases,
your Kodol Dysjiepsia Cure and can Free for all. nolnxly liarred. There
iiow eat in v breakfast and other meals will be sweepstake shooting if time
with a relish and my food is thorough- permits,
lv digested. Xotllillg equals KihIoI
Dyspepsia Cure lor atoraacfa troo- A Negro Hanging
bfes." H. S. Pitts. Arlington. Texas.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what Five negroes, named Augustus,
vou eat. Brislev Dm:.' Co. and W. Davis, Sanders. Hudson aud Bald-
Want m-rve force! Take Ajax
Tablets, 50 cents at Brislev Drug Co.
Dyspepsia cannot lit- long lived 1h
eause to live requires Buriahomit.
Food is not Boorish meat until it U li-
natod. A disordered Btomach cannot
i . r l : . . i . i
disrest fixnl, it inul have assistance
KihIoI Dy.-jH-p-ia ('lire digests all
kinds of fixxl without aid from th
stomach, allowing it to rest and re
ipiin its natural fiinctiuns. Its ele
ments are exactly the nine a the
natural digestive tluiils and it simplv
can't help but tlo vou i,io.
W. W. Koss ami Btfclsy Dru- Co.
Vaccine virus, at Uoss' ilru More.
Just received. Guaranteed fresh.
2 20 tf.
The New Plumbing House.
A. W. Brmtb, the ptaaabar, is km
l(K-atei in the BtecM blin-k. and km
his new tpiarters eijinpeii .vith up to
date sanitary goods. He is alsii nm
pared to perform any work in his line
at reasonable prices.' ami guaranteees
his work is uusurpHssed.
HENRY MENZIES NUPTIALS.
Solemnized at the First Methodist
Episcopal Church on Tuesday
The marriage of Miss Winona
Hency of Flagstaff to Mr. Edward A.
Menzies of Tucson, Arizona, tojk
place at the First M. E. church at 8
I o'clock Tiie-day morning.
When the nuptial hour arrived the
church was well filled with well
gowned women and their attendant
cavaliers. Mrs. J. H. Henry presided
at the organ, assisted by Mr. D. J.
Hunnewell with the violin. Prompt
ly at the appointed hour the bridal
party entered the church to the state
ly measures of the bridal chorus
The bride came in on the arm of
her father, followed by the groom
with Mrs. R. Yancey. They, were
met at the altar by Key. Geo. Logie.
w ho assisted Rev. j. H. Henry in per
forming the marriage ceremony. The
party made a charming group as they
stood at the altar.
At the conclusion of the ceremony
the party retraced their steps to the
sweet.straius of the wedding march
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i .jth frit.u,s .u . BL.lborate weddiug
The bride is the only daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Henrv. and one
of the popular and lovable young
ladies of Flagstaff, and she was the
recipient of many handsome and use
Mr. and Mrs. Menzies departed on
the 10 o'clock train for Los Angeles.
Cal., where they will spend a few
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davs, when they will go to their home
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I III AllVmII, VAAUIIIUU .... U.
Well Borers for the Santa Fe Pacific
Find an Abundant Flow
The crew sinking the well for the
Santa Fe Pacific at Adamana find a
gootl supply of water at a depth of
only 800 feet. This point is about 18
miles east of here, aud the supposi
tion is that water can be found all
ritorv than the land iu the vicinity of
Holbrook. when water is available,
and as that question is practically
settled, it will only be a matter of a
year or two when Holbrook will be a
rival of the best towns in the territory.
Prof. Theo. F. Yan Wageueu says:
There aie unusually good prospects
for oil and gas along the Little Colo
rado near Holbrook." In boring for
water we have a hundred chances to
strike oil and gas, and as the work
will be pushed at once. Hoi brook will
have a genuine boom in a few weeks.
A committee of business men are
out inspecting the well todav, and a
local company will be formed at once
for the purpose of lioring for water.
Keep one eye on Holbrook. -Holbrook
Primary Departm;nt Exercises.
The primary departments of the
public schools held their closing exer-
cises yesterday afternoon in Miss
Strange s room. Miss towards de-
i j ;-o e-
111 the exercises. ine room was
prettv well filled bv the little tots
. . I I A "111 ,
meinseives, out every avauaoie men
l" was occupied ' visitors, ana
,:...v -r m.:.tu to . - t into the
- " 0 T .
rPm e exercises were not only
hrst class, but were grand, and all
ho were present expressed them-
selves as astonished that such little
folks could lie taught and trained to
such proficiency. The songs, several
0f w hich were sung by the children
,,f 1,0th rooms together, would have
lx-en a cretlit to children of a much
greater age. and showed a great deal
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these are really the most important
departments of the whole school, for
if the foundation for the child s edu-
properly laid the work of , -ar-
rying it on in the following depart-
1.1. ..its .111 Im. t 1, i:uii.r anrl n V -
A Complimentary Shoot.
The Prescott Gun club is making
preparations for an all dav shoot to
take place in Prescott on July 5. com
mencing at MB sharp. Several gun
clubs of the territory will be present,
and the prizes, which are very liberal,
w ill no doubt le vigorously coutest
ed. The following is the program for
Event Xo. 1 -Fifteen targets; en
trance -S1.50; added money $10.
Event Xo. 2 Twenty-five targets;
entrance $2.50; added money $20.
Event Xo. 3- -Twenty targets; en
trance $2: added money S15.
Event Xo. 4 -Fifteen targets; en-
trace $1.50; added money $10.
Event Xo. J Twenty-five targets:
'entrance $2.50; added money $20.
! Event Xo. (5 Twenty targets; en-
trance J: added money IMD.
win. iiiemliers of an organized band of j
lius' themselves "Knisrhts of ;
the Archer" were hanged at Sylvania.
(ieorjfia. June 14, in a row iu the
pnaaan of a large crowd in the pour
ing of rain. The murders for which
they died were the culmination of a
lonir series ot crimes. It is a common
reixirt that the charter of the organi-;
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jitmn was sigiuil in blood and their
motto was "death to whites." On aj
nivrht in (i-tol)er. 1MW, Milton Spears,
the constable of Schremeti county,
Fillmore Herrinsrton and Jesse Wade
started out from Sylvania to arrest
.Ich-Sanders, a fOMK neimi wanted
at his home for a trivial offense. On
im arrival at the home he was grect
.1 with a fusilatle from the negroes
concealiit within. Harrington and
l.ais were hot to pieces. Wade
managed to crawl to the buggy and
reach Sylvania to give thea'arm. The
murderers eM-aHil. but oue after an
other of the five were arrested and
plaClid in the jail. Others, in
cludiiiLT the real leaders, were never
Ail died gamely, singing songs and
drinking lemonade liefore being led
to execution. . .
AFTER GRIP WHAT ?
The Perilous Period Which
Follows an Attack of this
Grip is bad enough with its aching
bones, inflamed eyes, painful back, and
fever. But its after effects are perhaps
even more to be dreaded than the misery
attendent on an attack of the disease
itself. The person who comes safely
through an attack of grip, man, woman,
or child, is left in a condition of peculiar
debility and prostration from which it is
difficult to rally. A slight cold or cough
may find speedy termination in lung
disease. Ordinary exposure results in
Sneumonia. The disease seems to
eplete the vitality, undermine the
strength, and affect the balance of the
mind. It is one of the sad experiences
of the grip, that the convalescent sup
posed to be rallying well, has been found
in a condition of complete collapse.
As a result of the grip the lungs, and
other organs of respiration seem pecu
liarly liable to be affected and consump
tion may easily be the after consequence
of the malady. It needs no argument
therefore to urge the building up of the
system weakened by grip to enable it to
resist and throw off these sequent dis
eases which so frequently prove fatal.
In actual teat Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery has proved itself pecu
liarly valuable not only in the quick cure
of the disease but also in rebuilding the
body which grip has undermined and in
curing diseases which are prone to fasten
on the enfeebled system. It strengthens
the stomach, heals the lungs, and puri
fies the blood. It puts the whole body
on a plane of sound and vigorous health.
A VICTIM OK Q RIP.
"Two years ago this month I had
an attack of grip which left my throat
and lungs in bad condition," writes
Mrs. M. E. Stewart, of Center, Chickasaw
Nation, Ind. Ter. The doctor said I
had disease of the bronchial tubes,
but confessed to my husband (un
known to me), that I had consumption
in the first stage and could never be
cured ; but, thanks to God and to Dr.
Pierce, to-day I feel well, and am better
now than I have been for many years.
I can do as much work now as any
woman of my age, which is forty-seven.
One of my neighbor women advised me
to get Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery, so I sent and got it, and then I
was not satisfied with it alone, hardly
believing it would cure me, so I wrote to
Dr. Pierce and gave him my symptoms.
He replied that I had catarrh of the
head, extending to my lungs, and told
what would cure me. I took his advice
never neglected it for anything. I
have taken seventeen bottles of ' Golden
Medical Discovery,' eight vials of Dr.
Pierce's Pellets, and ten packages of Dr.
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Our Thirty Years' Experience
In selecting seeds for this market enables us to chose varieties most suitable
for the soil and climate of Xorthern Arizona.
Hold On, Capialist! You Want He! I Want Youl You Want
A Gold or Copper Mine?
I can Fit you out with the best in Yavapai County.
Have properties in the Prescott, Jerome, Cvowned
King and Wicken burg Districts. Write me at
Comer Office Over Bank of Arizona.
D. CAMPBELL DAV1ES & CO.
Representing the Largest European and American
Mills, Mines and Smelting Machinery Supplies
Export Trade a Specialty.
DURANGO, - - - - MEXICO
A HAN WITH A SHIRT!!
ALL MEN are supposed to wear shirts. What kind do
you wear? We have a complete line of Fancy and
Plain Shirts at prices that are in reach of any pocket book.
Ol'R SHOE STOCK is the most complete in town. We
earrv everything in the line of Gent's Furnishing
Goods, and would call particular attention that we have in
connection a good tailor, one who can make you look like a
prince in a medium price suit.
Barthel & Stocks.
N. B. WE ARE IN THE LAWLER BUILDING
Ask for Calla Lily Flour
As Pure and White as the Flower It is Named for.
ITS THE HOUSEWIFE'S FRIEND
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. I do not regret
that I spent the money paid for the med
icines. I have gained twenty-four pounds.
Indeed Dr. Pierce's medicines have done
wonders for me. It is no use for me to
try to tell my feelings. It would take
time and space, bat I was a skeleton and
so poor and so down-hearted I could not
look at one of my little ones without
shedding tears, thinking that they would
toon be left without a mot her.
HOW STRENGTH IS RESTORED.
What makes me strong ? Ask yourself
that question and yon will find that the
answer will be, I am made strong by food.
How does food make us strong? By
passing through the processes of diges
tion and being converted into nutrition,
which, in the form of blood, nourishes the
body. So that while blood is the life of
the body, food is the life of the blood.
Every red vein and artery
of the body leads like
a scarlet clue back to
the stomach. If the body
is weak, therefore, we must
look to the stomach first
for the cause of weakness,
and then to the blood.
The same result of phys
ical weakness will follow
the opening of an artery,
or starvation. Yon may
bleed to death or starve to
death. This is so well un
derstood in medical prac
tice that the first consid
eration of the physician
in investigating disease is
the condition of the stom
ach. If the stomach is
weak the body can't he
strong. If the stomach is
weak, that weakness will
surely find an echo in
some other organ depend
ent on the stomach for its
nutrition such as heart,
liver, lungs, kidneys, etc.
If you starve a mother.
you starve the child at her
breast. If you starve the stomach, you
starve the organs it feeds. But starva
tion of the body can be accomplished
even where food is plentifully supplied,
because if the stomach and other organs
of digestion and nutrition are diseased,
then the food will not be converted into
nutrition or only partly so, and the body
inadequately nourished will begin to
grow weak. The first attempt, then, in
dealing with a weak body is to nourish
it into strength. The general method of
this attempt is to try and bring the food
down to the level of the weak stomach.
This is done by the use of prepared
foods, cod liver oil, and its emulsions.
But this doesn't cure the disease of the
stomach or put the organs of nutrition
into a condition to build up the body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
deals directly with the stomach and
blood. It seeks to bring the stomach up
to the level of strong, healthful food,
when this is done the body gains in
strength, puts on flesh, throws off dis
ease, and enters on a new life. That
these results follow the use of 'Golden
Medical Discovery ' is proved by the tes
timony of thousands ot weak, rundown,
men and women and by their cure, by
the use of 'Discovery,' of diseases of
lungs, heart, kidneys, liver, etc., which
originated in the disease of the stomach
and its allied organs of digestion and
"Three years ago I had the grip,"
writes Mrs. Tillie Linney, of Gravel
Switch, Marion Co., Ky. " It settled on
my lungs, and the doctor said I had
consumption. I took six bottles of
'Golden Medical Discovery,' and am
thankful to say I am entirely well."
Sick people are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter, free. All correspond
ence is strictly private and confidential.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
A mt OFFER.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, containing over a thousand
large pages, is sent free, on receipt of
stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
Send 31 one-cent stamps for the cloth
bound volume, or only 21 stamps for the
book in paper covers. Address Dr. K V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
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