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DAILY AND WEE.U.Y.
J C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor
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ABOUT THE GOVERNOR.
Discussing the rumors of the ap
pointment Col. A. 0. Brodie as gov
ernor, the Phenix Republican has the
Inasmuch as the gossip and the
many misleading reports which have
been in circulation during1 the past
week concerning the appointment of
a successor to Governor Murphy are.
to say the least, not beneficial to ter
ritorial interests. The Republican
owes it to its readers to state that no
successor to the governor has been
appointed. Presidential appointments
are not made in secret. Moreover,
since the department of the interior
has held that his term will not expire
until four years from the date of his
last commission (December 16. li
hare elapsed, there is no reason to ap-
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hucu ahiihou. uuiess
the governor shall resign before that
It is also undoubtedly true that
Colonel Alexander O. Brodie can be
the next governor if he wishes the
place. Col. Brodie's staunch republi-
canism, his unquestioned ability and
cnaracier. ms ganani service as a soi-
dier, and especialh- the high esteem
in which he is held by the president,
would make his appointment a na-
tural sequence, should he announce j
an amonion io oe governor. auu
since industrious endeavors have been
made by enemies of the republican
u., a v. ( .1. .,...) 1
Brodie is the pliant tool and figure
head of people who are anxious to
exploit him. it is timely here to state
that if he becomes governor of Ari
zona he will have the loyal support of
a united party, and that he is too big
and independent to be any man's
The Republican doubts very much
whether Brodie really wishes to ie
governor. At any rate it goes with
out saying that everybody in Arizona
zona that knows him knows that he
nas naa no pan m meuesp.caoie ano
3 , . 1 j ; I
futile effort to blacken (joverner Jlur- ;
phy in the eyes of the president.
That conspiracy was of democratic
character, backed by a few disgrunt
led republicans, as heretofore ex
plained by this paper. It was a con
spiracy to carry the president off his
feet and effect the removal of the
governor without reason. A more ,
clumsy combination and programme,
a more barefaced attempt at assas
sination of character, was never un
dertaken, and the president knows all
the ramifications and the dastardly
motives behind the movement.
CRITICISM VS. VITUPERATION
The Mesa Free Press has the fal
lowing very pertinent but rathe
scathing arraignment of that class of
territorial papers, which are forever I
dealing in inuendo, misrepresentation
and vituperation against public offi
cials: Public officials are legitimate sub
jects of newspaper criticism so far as
their official acts are concerned, and
if they are guilty of wrong doing, the
newspapers owe it to the public to
let the facts be known. But this
should be done in a spirit of fairness :
absolute certainty as to the charge
should first be obtained, and then
the naked truth laid before the peo
ple. That is
the manly course fW
It is a sing-ular thing that in the
popular view of disease the interde
pendence of the several organs of the
body is lost sight of. The heart, for
example, is diseased and it is treated aa
if it were entirely separated from, and
independent of, every other organ.
The fallacy of this opinion is shown
by the cures of heart " trouble, ': liver
trouble," kidney "trouble" and other
so-called "troubles," effected by the use
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery. Primarily the "Discovery" is a
medicine for the cure of diseases of the
stomach and blood. But it cures dis
eases of organs seemingly remote from
the stomach, because these diseases have,
their origin in a diseased condition of
the stomach and its associated organs
of digestion and nutrition.
I doctored with three different doctors for
weak heart, but they did me no (rood." writes
Nn Jnha A. Wilcox, of Cyjrnet. Wood Co.. Ohio
Box 53. "I waa ao tired and discouraged if I had
bad my choice to live or die I would hare pre
ferred o die. My husband heard of ' Golden
Medical Discovery ' and he bought a bottle. I
took that and the first half seemed to help me.
I took six bottles before I stopped. I am per
fectly well, and am cooking for six boarders.
It has been a God-send to me "
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure cob-abpatioa.
every newspaper to pursue, and the
one that reputable newspapers do fol
low. Unfortunately, however, there
area number of alleged newspaper
men who can see no redeeming quali
ties in any man elevated to a public
office who does not belong to the
same political party as the aforesaid
so-called editors. They substitute
insinuation for direct statement, and
abuse for argument, hoping to
poison the minds of their
readers, against the object of
their unreasonable .hate. In every
instance of this kind it will be found
upon investigation that the founda
tion for attacks on the official charac
ter of public servants is either black
mail, jealousy or the depraved condi
tion of what passess for brains, con
tained in a skull that rattles in the
ample dimensions of a No. 6 hat.
The Free Press is not an apologist
for wrong doing on the part of public
officials, no matter to what
party or creed they belong, but it re
quires more than the sneaking insinu
ation of 2x9 scribblers to convince us
that the moment a man becomes an
officeholder he also become a thief
and a blackleg. These remarks are
called forth by the fact that at this
time, when all should be working har
moniously in the interest of Arizona's
admission to the union, a number of
newspaper puppets, with strings at
tached to them, are doing everything
in their power to create the impres
sion that the people are not capable
of self government. In one column
they cry: "Give us statehood;" in
the next they intimate that every man
in public office in the territory is cor
rupt, if they can make congress be
lieve that sut h a state of affairs exists
under federal supervision where offi
cials cm le removed at any time, that
honorable body will hesitate to turn
over the reins of government to peo
ple who (according to their traducers)
are dishonest and incompetent. That
is no doubt the object of these edi
torial manikins, or at least of those
who pull the strings. They make one
tired with their senseless chatter.
ARIZONA A BED OF WEALTH.
Arizona is now entering upon the
"Teatest niinint' neriod of its evis-
(fa ffeeton Mining
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that it has
but it is still at the threshold
nowfonvartl it will go on adding
each year to its mineral prtKluction to
a degree that, while taC yearly in
crease may not cause any immediate
commotion, will lx? surprising when a
few years brace one loofa btckwar.l
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add that this present and future ac
tivity in wining will aot lie confined
to any one bction of the territory
Eu0Uf?h k nQW kuQWn to aMe -Q
state with some certain accuracy that
Arizona is richly mineralized through
out, for with but few exceptions,
there are already established mining
camps in every county in the terri
tory, with producing mines and
claims under development in all of
them. Another thing to be noted is
that its ore bodies are rich in the
three principal metals gold, silver
A dispatch from Milwaukee to the
Cinciucinuati Enquirer (Dem.j gives
an interview with Robert J. Lowry,
head q thp Xatioual bauk of
Atlanta, Ga., also colonel and chief of
staff of the governor of that state.
Mr. Lowry is in Milwaukee, in attend
ance upon the convention of the
American Bankers' Association, of
which organization he was formerly
president. In the interview ref rred
to Mr. Lowrv franklv stat- . Iia1
th . f ,..,, , ,,
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parental the chief of staff of a demo-
( cratie governor, he is now a republi
can. He declares that the old repub
lican in the south "is eapapoaed of
negroes, chronic office holders, and it
few poor whites," but that now
"whites of the better class are joining
"I was a democrat liefore l!S96." de
clares Mr. Lowry. "Xow I am a re
publican. I think, and manv former
democrats think with me, tljat it is
necessary for the good of the country
that republican principles shonld pre
vail. We believe in expansion, sound
money, the Xicaragiui canal, a ship
aahaiarj ami other commendable
things ha the republican platform. I
hat! a talk with the president the
other day anil told him that he would
find a good many friends in Georgia.
The republicans carried thirty-live to
forty counties in the cammign of
int. Wo have the greatest respect
and confidence in President Roose
velt. His mother was raised within
twenty miles of Atlanta." Mr. Lowry
says further, that the people of his
section of the country are in the most
prosperous condition they have been
in since the war; that cotton is bring
ing a good price, that factories are
being built, that coal and iron are be
ing mined in large quantities, and
that there is a general awakening of
the jieople in all the principal fields
Ben Tillman is remarkably quiet.
' His yawjers must lie uncoupled.
Croker wants a Shepard to round
up the Gotham sheep for fresh shear-
Los Angeles had one and three
; quartets inches of rain on Saturday
Prosrerity makes the whole coun
try have that good old republican
Xow the democrats are trying to
file pre-emption claims on the reci
, procity pofiey.
Mr. Bryan will lie asked to make a
few eanipa.gn se-ches where he can
j do the least harm.
From the silence that hangs around
Woolfert'- f(o;! we take it David B.
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nio nn- ii tills out iir -if:n -soiiihil;
A London newspaper says that the
tronb'e with King Kdwani's throat is
cancer. This has Ix-en suspe -ted for
some time, but this is the first posi
tive announcement of the fact.
New York does not projiose to play
th lamb to a tiger in Shepard's
Having failed to lilt th
..up, Sir Thomas Lipton aiH an v de
vote himself to lifting loving BUpa.
Ex-Governor V. S. Taylor and
Charles Flaky of Kentucky haaa ac
cepted business ppafamnenta arhiaa
will take them to Baron They will
have charge of the agencies for the O.
i$. Wilson Maniifa ;uri!ig com; .1 iv of
Next week is the time fixed for the
execution of Czolgosz. No dale
definite was fixed and it is thought
he will be electrocuted early in the
morning of the 2Sih instant.
Under American direction the
Philippine bureau of forestry paid a
net . profit of .?7.r),000 last yea:- as
against a profit of So.OdO aadw the
A western congressman says some
of his constituents like rural mail de
livery so well that they have quit
coming to towu and consequently the
merchants are going to 'turn him
down" for voting for it.
It is preity hard on General Wade
Hampton to ask him to become the
colleague of Ben Tillman.
We exported last year WjjKOfim
bushels of American corn aad re
ceived for the same SsiOOO.OOO. Our
shipments to Cuba have tripled ii:
The part taken by William Jen
nings Bryau in the fall campaigns is
Sclh Low premi.ses that after the
election Choker wautage La New
York will be larger than his wantage
Henry Wattersou might claim the
democratic nomination in l'.HU on the
ground that he is a past master in a
Josiah Quincy, democratic candi
date for governor in Massachusetts, ;
seems to lie running "for the good of j
The republicans will not regret to , least disabuse her mind of one state
see Senator Jameski Jones retired meut made in her letter of last sum
from the headship of the national ; mer. and that is that the Southern
Presidential prophecies for ISM
have suddenly ceased to bloom, it
will be just as well to warehouse all
such plants until next spring at least.
The Albiinnemtie Citizen savs that
the Xew Mexjcj a:lditor-s " lx)oks
shows that there hits been a decrease
in the assessed valuation of the terri
tory of over S4.000.000 from that re
turns of 1S. This decrease is made
in the counties of Bernalillo and So
corro, each of which have returned
property for S2,000.000 less than in
The country is commencing again
to feel the need of rain. The summer
rains w hile they were good as far as
they went, and better thau we have
had for sever?! years, did not thor
oughly saturate the ground. They
were followed by high winds, too.
which sucked the moisture out of the
Those Beaumoul oil welh are not j d helper were ordered la ao
so sentimental as they were a few eouple the expre-s cat . and E.itriueer
weeks ago. They have ceased gush-1 Mehoja ordered to pull ahead, and
iutr j the fireman and helper left behind.
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Women are attaining their equality
with a vengeance; an Ohio Judge
compelled a woman to pay alimony.
It is somewhat doubtful if Emperor
William would take a lieatiugas man
fully as Sir Thomas Upton. The
former would probably call it lese
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson is
exploiting the chayote which is no re
lation to the coyote, but a kind of
Senator Fairbanks is said to (uvur
1 Monk for the Indiana supreme
bench and Senator Beveridge to
champion a Baker.
The lxs Angeles Times of last Suu-da-
contained forty-six newspaper
pages and thirty-two magazine pages.
Nineteen linotype machines atal
nineteen hand compositors were em
ployed in producimr it .
A Washington telegram, poblished
in the Examiner, states that P. M.
Murphy had called on President
Roosevelt and was assured thai there
would lie no change made in the gov
ernorshiD of Arizona until the exnira-
tion of Governor, Murphv's term of
Inquiry at the railroad offices in
Prescott in reference to the rumoied
sale of the S
the Santa F.
F. P. &i P. niitroad to
company, elicited the
answer that nothing was known th re
of the alleged sale as reported in the
Railway Age. and that no meeting af
the stockholders was set for hid iv.
Following, however, t'ne informa' ion
published in the SaSrwaj Age, as
copied by the Journal-Miner in its is
sue of Oetolier 23, comes the follow
ing Associated press telegram from
New York: "A ci'-cular has been is
sued to the stockholders of the Atchi
son railroad saying that at its te?:t
meeting in DecemlxT, they will be
asked to ratify the pnrehaao of the
capital stock and bonds of the Pecos
Valley and Northwestern Raib'.vy
company, and the capital sleek and
second mortgage lionds of the Santa
Fe, Prescott al Phenix Bath i l com
pany. A Turkish minister said recently
that "the kidnaping of another Am
erican woman would bankrupt the
offered S&OOTX0OO of
her city water boada for sale on M on
day but failed to meeiva a bid. They
bear three and thaee quarters pel
At a Iki nquet at Noaae reeeatly a
$1,700 gold nugget formed the centra
piece of the table aad it was aur
rounded by SI.700 worth of smaller
nuggets. The latter were distribute!
to the guests as souvenirs of ih:;OL
casion. An Oakland preacher who was re
centlv acipiitted of a char.- of nuir-
der on the grounds of iusimtv
. .. ,T 4 I
been sent to the asylum, lie too', a
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in mi e .
that he propose; to praetice law mil
abiiudou the ministry, o;i his aaleeae
from the asvlum. The questioa nti
turaly arises, js this dateraaia uttoa on
his part tin evidenct
oi sanity or 111-
Saturday's statehood conference
was composed of good, earnest citi
zens 01 the territory working tor a
con. 1:1011 cause, statehood tor Arizona.
The memorial adapted furnishes a
.strong presentation of the case, in
fact as strong as the case an be
stated. That conditions exist at pres
ent that are n. . f.tv, .table to our ad
mission, cannot be denied, but, in
stead of growing better, these condi
tiftlts imivv w.i-s.' fr.:n v.-ir fi, v-:ir
and, if admission is delayeii until
they are corrected, it w.v.ild Been that
it would aatac occur. Our only hope
for their correction is in 1) coming a
state. Territorie admitted ander fa
vorable conditions bate doubled in
population and taxable property with
in a few years. With the present
rate of taxation in Arizou:' we could
scarcely hope to lie so fortunate, but
might aaeaeed in lowering our tax
rate until people aith money would
I not lie frightened away. Lot us hope
4o. at least, and all work to accom
plish this end.
Pheuix papers announce thai Miss
Marie Mattiugly oi the Washington
Post and other eastern papers, and
who spent last winter in l'hcnix re
turned yesterday BMJfuing accompan
ied by her mother. Miss Mattiugly
was the female person who is credited
wTih being the author of one of the
worst slanders ever publish d against
Arizona. It appealed originally i:i
the Washington Post, and was cop: -d
all over the United States. She dis
proves the truthfulness of th" article
by her return to Arizona, as if cvirli- !
tion existed here as state ! in thai
article ao lady would want to return
to the territory. It is hoped that the
people oi Phenix will accord Miss I
Mattiugly aneh generous r.nd chival-j
ric tnataMBt durin,' her sojourn 1
there this time, that she mag hare no
occasion to a rite aught but good of j
Arizon;:. There are lots of good i
points aboal Arizona, and Arizona
people, and I' Miss Mattingiv cannot
fi;i, them in Phenix we invite her to
come to rrescoH, w :v re we can at
Pacific limited does not nn t!
Priiscott and administer to the
of the famishiug people.
A BRAVE MAN.
A Southern Pacific Express Messenger
Stands Off a Gang of Robbers
While Bombarded With Dy.ia
m t; and Bullets
The northl)oiin.l Southern P.ic'dic
express was held up near Walker's
station. fift'-M miles south of Kug.-ae.
Oregon. The express car was badly
damaged, but the bxity of the rob
ban amounted to little. Two .men
boarded the train at College Grove,
after pawing Walker's, w hich is four
miles from OoOege Grove. uHailied
over the tender and covered Engineer
Nichols. !iis fireman and helper. The
train was ordered stooped, the fire-
al'CT going out a snuri instance tue
train Btoppe 1 and the tvjbbara jiro-
eeeded to the express ear, taking the
engineer. The express car was MOWS
oen with dynamite, and Express
Messenger Charles ordered oat. Be
refused, and with a shotgun com
manded the situation insid" the car.
The robbers ordered him to come out
or lie blown up. He responded:
' Blow ami be,d- d." The car was
then riddled with bullets. They did
not injure the messenger, who kept
j up a continuous hre from the inside.
I A charge of dvnauiite w;.s ;hrov.n
into the car with a burning fuse.
Charles nabbed .t
bed it and threw it out-
side, where it exploded. Next the
robber.-; compelled the etigiinvr to
crawl ut to the opening inside the
oar, hoping to use him as a protection
from the messenger's s'i its. The
messenger kept up a Ittrarlj Ij -over
the messeng.n 's bead, aad slid kept
the robbers at bay. The robtxrs
gave up the task of securing the ex
press treasure and went foe the mail.
They aeeamd the registered mail, ran
the engine some distance oil, left it,
did ordered the engineer to return,
which he did. A posse is in pursuit.
Ccnsteliation cf Stars.
Among the brilliant stars with
Biw's Oiajjd Opera company whic:
comes to Prescott. (.-t. HMU. an
I Chev. Pietro Buszi from the principal
' B!MSWiMasBsa t!.-Or.s n.l Enaaaassrlv tirsr
tenor with Adelina I'atti. His roiec
runs the whole gam at of the emotions
from the gentlest expression and the
tendercst juomeiits to the rudest
bursts of dramatic reazy and mad
passion. He is in a word a consum
mate artist. Mme Doria, prima
dona soprano, w ho has won an envi
able reputation in grand o"ra
abroad, studied under Cm.-. uv Rossi
three y ars in Uilano, afterwards go
ing to Paris anil putting herself nu
der Marchesi and Delia Sadie for fin
ishing. She made a most splendid
success in gma 1 apt ra and was ac
corded highest honors wherever she
appealed. Her dear most even voice
being adjudged marvelous for quality
aad rangn, a pure soprano of great
power-had aw etneaa ouc ruagsanseoe
laves entire. Thefiial musical critics of
Lurope one and all have been un
stinted in their praise of her as an
artist. Biganr WaarelL ikissij can-
I tante from the principle theatres of
the world, has been praised by the
Batties? in St. Feters'ourg. Vienna.
Madrid. Paris, Milan, Barcelona.
Buenos Ayres, and the principal
cities of America. He is a maguili
cent apeehnea of asanhood, nearlj
six feet ill height, of splendid phy
sique and with the characteristic ap
pearance of that rare people of Milan.
I Italy. His eminent ability, cheer-
If 11! QWpositiOB and charming petaon
il it y has won for him many laurels.
He sings wilh BQttal perfection openis
by Meyerlieer, end, Gounod. Wag
ner. Massenet, Boito and Thom is.
He has already sung in over forty
Lock of a Dress.
Photographs of materials full size
of the design convey very little mean
ing to the eye. Recognizing this The
Delineator, U-ginning with the No
vember am mil Bneaber, aot only
shows dress iabtics full sie of the
'design, but also shows in connection
11 111! 111,11 ..Ml. 1 lilt 111, 1 1(1 l.i i nun
1 uj im ia .. j 1
aim loiiieit as n n er- a mesn iiiui
and folded as if it were a
photographed J of the design so as
to give one tin- general inipreaaloa tif
; he dress as seen a' a distance. To
those who ace wishing to aelaet ma
terials for garments, lhis very intel
ligent method of showing fabrics will
, found useful, and
I etlly le appreciated.
SUICIDE MADE EASY.
A Chicago Philanthropist and Physician
Arranges s.t Apparatus Whereby
People Cor.tsmphting Sui
cide Can Do the Job
A Chicago telegram says: Dr.
Dharles Jacobs is a nerve apecialistj
member of the New (Manna Yacht
dub and wei! coiiaeclad thrr.igh the
south. For seve-.ai years be BM le I
study of suicide. He calls it an in
"I have come (o Chicago." said the
doctor, "to make suicide easy, not to
say attractive. We are constantly
shocked by a body found in the lake
or lying mutilate 1 in the park. Seri
ously viewing the matter, there are
annually hundreds of people in this;
town and its vicinity who are data r
mined to kill themselves.
"They are driven to the frightful
extremity of the rope, the revolver
anil the most violent poisons. To re
fuse to extend to them le-s horrible
way would not lie humane. So I am
making ananjp in ante to establish a
place where death shall be swift and
painless. The man determined to
die, who sees no other recourse, can
come iuto my establishment, sit down
in my easy chair, touch a button and
project his spirit into the batond."
"But will not the law step forth
and prevent your cheerful scheme?"
was asked of the doctor.
"The Law of humanity ought to le
the lav of nmn, and humanity seeks
to make tin grave easier to appixwh.
Understand that in mj lalaVatoiy I
shall do everything in aay power to I
aara the would be exterminator of
self. I will feed him and trv to rils
"Science baa Btwec ande anv pro- j
BaJaneed acknowledgment of it, i)ut
the hxuagined neceeeity for self ester
uunatiou is born in the liver. In the
insipien st i-.'e it aaiybe elhninated, I
wtlh taiefnl liialiwart and total ab-
sUnanee from achohol. But. if per-
milted to dcvvKp. Blight's disease is
not so sure an agent of the great
'In this country th:re are twenty
three suicitle clubs. To eauh one of
these incorporated c;s;uiizatfon.s of I
obligated death I have sent a circular j
And of that circular this is the vital!
point: Ocntlenen When your ta-
cliaation. in dtmibrmtm to your oath,
tWilielaia the time for voir shuffling
off, please communicate with me.' '
Ti e South African war is by no i
means at au end, a id notwithstani-1
Las the optimistic pietnrea p-tint.xl iy
Mritish anthoritles, the tnUuwine;!
tele,-rram is .significant to say the
least. The deepatoh is from Laakdonl
and is as bUowa:
"The war office baa distributed to
police officers throughout the adaff
tlom bills onlering KH reservists. BtfiB j
taryf-yorenaa and apkaatoan to report I
thetuse'.ves withoilt delay at head- !
quarters WUa a View to acuve BUgfaVW.
The hflla aee aeeornpaaind by letters
onlering that the bills be kept in
safe place until telegraphic orders to
st them up are received. The po
lice of Lancaster overlooked the let
ter, aad posted the bills, causing
A few weeks ago the higher grades
of the public aahpoi organized two
literirv :!-ielies, each selecting its
rant aame aad colors. One aewcted
the uauie of Crescent and the Other
Clionian. Among the objects of t ir
legaajiatWMI is to give monthly en
tertainments. The iirst of the m tea
was given yesterday afternoon at
high sch.! b lildhig by the (.r.-scent
society, there lieing quite a large
Doaaber of visitors gareeeat. Theex
ereisvs were presided over by Miss
Clare Cliue. preetdeni of the aouiet;.
The pragnuaaaa was quite hataraat
bur aad waa well rendered, being as
Music oii "The Lord is My
Declamation "The Polish Boy.''
Declamation "Jimmie Brown's
" i ae
Story, Frank D
Music r Piano
Jack" hlaii.e Wet
Old Aee" Lild tia.v
Music -Vocal Solo. Mrs
D. M. P.
Debate: Hesdved. That the I'uited
Stiites government ought to build
water storage reservoirs for the aritl
west. Aliinnadve. Earl Rogers, AHaa
Mclnernav : negative, iayiuonti
Belcher, Lavenie DeMund.
Paper- "Current Tonics" Annie
Music "Lmmet's Ltd lab v." school.
Contest Ovsr Water.
There is now a serious state of af
fairs in the Stilt River valiev and iar
mors are in otc:i rcbeiliou against th -1
canal companiea as well as opposetl
to existing cooditiona. Periodlcallr
he canal eoaapanies haws attempted
to compel certain water users who do
not own shares of stock to buy water
The bkbt efTort was made iu ''.5, but
after a brief period el contention the
canal companies receded and sold
water as usual. This time there
aecaaa to be a determination to try
conclusions and a I result money is
refused when teadored as formerly
for carrying puqxises ami the head
gates have Ix'.-n locked.
Homes anil prosperous farms of
fruit, grain and aifalfa are thus
threatened with a chance to return to
the desert. The alternatives are:
Buy a water right or break the head
gate and use water. The latter course
lias lxen adopted on several occas
ions, and arrests have been made, tht"
cases now awaiting trial. Enterprise.
Full of Timely Matter.
Probably one reason why the illus
trated magazine issued hy the Los
Angeles Herald every Sunday is ap-pax-iated
so much more by the public
than the magazines or Sunday sup
plements issued by other papers, is
becaoee of the timeliness and relia
bility of its articles. Every week it
contains several excellently written 1
articles of current interest, v ith the !
finest of half-tone pictures 1 1 illus
It Sook H s Faith.
Little Harold has been told iu Sun
day school that the Lord would heal
iu answer to prayer. A thander
atorm happened .to be raging at tie
same time. Harold had a jumping
toothache, and his mother overheard
-oh. Lord, stop my toothache.'
Silence lor thirty s.conds.
"Oh, Load, please do, for heaven's
sake, stop my toothache."
More silence: then a crash of thun
"Oh. Lord, please do stop that
dam thunder long enough to listen
The next day Harold had his tooth
pulled, ion! now he wouldn't be a
Christian Scientist for SI cash and an
air guu. Syracuse Herald.
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Fatigue is the natural result of hard work, but ex
haustion results from weakness.
Hard work for a weak -woman is traffic in flesh and
It makes little difference what the field of work is,
whether at home or elsewhere, if there is weakness, work
Ability to stand the 6train of hard work i3 the privi
lege of the healthy and robust.
How our hearts ache for the sickly women that work
for daily bread at some ill-paid factory employment !
How distressing also to see a woman struggling with
her daily round of household dutie: . v lien her back and
head are aching, and every new movtmwifc brings out a
new pain !
If the mere looking on at these suffering women
touches our hearts, how hopeless must life bo to the wo
men themselves ?
Their devotion to duty is a heroism which a well
person cannot understand.
Can these ailing, weak women, who are called upon
to do work which would tire a strong man, be made to see
that they can easily and surely better their condition ?
Will not the volumes of letters from women made
strong by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
convince them of the virtues of this medicine ?
How shall the FACT that it WILL HELP THEM be
made plain i
When a medicine has been successful in more than a
million cases, is it justice to yourself to say, without trying
it, "I do not believe it would help me "i
Surely you cannot wish to remain weak and sick and
discouraged, exhausted with each day's work. You have
some derangement of the feminine organism, and Lydia
E. Plnkham'8 Vegetable Compound will help you just
as surely as it has others.
Read the letters from women in the opposite column
of this paper, and when you go to your drug store to buy
this sterling medicine, do not let yourself be persuaded to
accept the druggist's own valueless preparation because it
is a few cents cheaper than
Lydia Em Pinkham's
The 0. K. STORE
Stable and Fancy Groceries, A full Stock of Men's furnishiBg fais
Always Hani All Goods fre;h and lTo-Bate.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY. Proprietor
Home Bakery Restaurants j
SSSaf 1 5C and Up.
gp-One Week's Board end L'nlkinjj at from S4.00 up.
South Montezuma Street, Prescott. r'hone 255.
ROS TANAKA, - Proprietor
WhoIesaleLiquor D r -
PKeSCOTT, ARIZONA ON THE PI.Z Telephon- I
Complex Stock ef Fnc Whiskysand C..;s
" -.teria PABST Btawlna; Co.'s Mllwauk- "eer.
to any person who can show th&t ?i ' above tostimo.1 - are cot genume.
writurs' special permissou. Ltsia B. Ptxkjiah Midi ne Co., Lynn, Mass
Old Established House
Evidence of Mrs. Pinkham's Cures.
Deah Mes. Pixkham : Or.e year ago I read a letter in a paper tell
ing how much gtxxi one -woman had derived from Lydia E. Pinkham'a
and was nearly
doctor gave me
box of Liver
as I have been. I
wish all success
wonders for me and I am so thankful." MltS. GENIE KELLOGG, Ber
lin Heights, Ohio.
" Dear Mrs. PryrKHAM: I wish to let you know that Lytha E.
Pink hem's Vegetable Compound has cured me of painful menstruation
from which I suffered terribly. I really believe that I would be insane
to-day if it had not been for your medicine. I cannot praise your Com
pound enough, and feel that if all who suffer from female troubles would
put themselves under vour care and follow your advice they will And
relief. MIUS K. E. SCHOLTES, Mt. Oliver, Pittsburg, Pa.
" Dear Mrs. Phtkham : For eipht years I have suffered with inflam
mation of the womb and bladder, profuse and painful menstruation, and
at times it seemed as though I should die. I doctored most of the time,
but Beamed to fail every year. A short time ago I began to take Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and, thanks to your wonderful
medicine, 1 am to-day a well woman. Your medicine ia woman's best
friend." V.K.S. L. L. TOWN'E, Littleton, X. H.
" Dear Mrs. PcrxHA: I suffered for six years, sometimes being
nnable to get about at all. It seemed to me as though I could not live,
and I did not care to. I had womb trouble, kidney trouble, leucorrhoea,
backache, was nervous, and had no ambition. Was obliged to give up
mv trade. I tried three doctors, but Inanf did me no good, so I thought I
would try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I did so, and I
felt better after the first bottle, and by the time I had taken six I was
able to resume my work arain. I shall always praise your Vegetable
Compound." MRS. MARY A. RUSSELL, Chincoteague Island, Va.
LOYA. care of
Owing to the fa" that aerae skeptical
thr :r;nuir.t.iut'S8 of
denooited with the itional Citv Bank, of
FAIRBANKS. MORSE & CO.'S
OttotiaM : rd .Steam Hoists, Air Comp.i.:r i, Portr.N.r
and Stationery Boilers. Etc.
,r- of !'. i--.:rB.n. M.irse
urin the pari pear th;m .!!
fER, REIJ ABILITY and BOOXOMV :ml an- .Mvcla'Jy valuabl
here wixai ;. (' ;ifor is -c;irct-.
v. ; ais ' nat
veCiri cornpeuna. 1 nad been sick ail winter
discouraged, aa the medicine the
did me no good. I nad kidney com
plaint, leucorrlicea, itcning, bearing-down reeling,
and painful menstruation. I wrote to you describ
ing my trouble and soon received an answer telling
me what to do. I followed your instructions, and
have taken nine bottles of Vegetable Compound
and used one package of Sanative Wash and one
.nils. I am well now. do not nave
those sick spells at the monthly period, but can.
work aU day, and that I never could do untiT I
began taking the Compound. I cannot praise the
Compound too highly. I do hope every suffering
woman will learn of your remedies and be cured
to the Compound ; it has done
" Dear Mrs. PrsatHA: I was sick for
seven years wi:hout any relief, although treat
ed by two cf the very best doctors in this city.
A few years ago I was nothing but a living
skeleton. The doctor said my heart was the
cause of all my sickness and that I could only
be relieved, but never get well. Sometimes I
would get so exhausted and short of breath
that I would not know what to do. My nerves
were very weak, blood impure. Was troubled
with hands and feet swelling; also had leucor
rhcea. I have taken six bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and feel weU
once more. I have gained twenty-seven pounds
and am able to work aU day in the store and
do not feel tired when I get home at night.
Words cannot express my irratitnde to Mrs.
for what her medicine has dane for
L. Wolfson, San Antonio, Texas.
people have from time to tune qmtkmed
we are eonsxanuv pun:j:;iEjr, we nave
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published beforo obtaining the
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