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E. ,. Parkinson, the well known
Jerome attorney, is in town.
J. J. Donahue, of Flagstaff, has
been in town for a couple of days.
Nature's sprinkler has come to the
relief of our dust laden town and has
laid the dust.
The Fraternal Brotherhood dance
will take place at the opera house
next Thursday night.
The Prescott orchestra will play at
Hallowe'en social on Thursday even
ing at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Martin.
Why send away for printed matter
for incorporations when they can lie
secured at the Journal Miner office.
Elections will be held in a number
j of states next Tuesday.
A New York telegram says that Ed.
Stokes is constantly haunted by the
specter of Jim Fisk, whom he killed
; neany miriy years ago. Me has a
! negro attendant whom he keeps by
his side constantly. His death is said
I to be a question of only a short time
Caleb Powers has been convicted
j for the second time foi complicity in
; the murder of William 'Jroebel of
j Kentucky. At the conclusion of th
i trial many iieople crowds! alnrnt
I ; .1 " 1 IT r 1
P,,,, i , j , j i oei ituuouuciuir ineir ix-uei in in
1 umpkiu pie.douirhnuts and coffee . , ...
will be served at the Hallowe'en so- muocen"e- "omen mm
cial on Thursday evening. Admis-1 aiu' sn,',l tears. There are plenty of
sion m cents, including refreshments, j people outside of Kentucky who have
On account of the many different reat 'he testimony in this case who
entertainments this week, Mrs. H. D. ' are pronounced in their belief of
Koss has postponed the date for pro- j Powers' innocence,
ducmg her cantata until next Tues
day eveninir. Xovemler i Sterling Morton, secretary of
A mor. a, aa. l Agriculture under Cleveland, now
amined before Justice Council ves-' et,,tor of "'' Conservative at Ne
terday was held under S-'KIO bonds to braska City. Neb.. wrote as follows on
answer to the grand jury. ; reading of" Mr. Bryan's purchase of
While the Hallowe'en social at the ; the National Watchman and Silver
residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mar- j Plume for the puqwse of consoli
Zt ... Uk . T?,,S. I ting the same with the Commoner:
church, every one is welcome to at-, Here ls a trust' Here ls a
tend. munity of interest,' a tremendous
The following bJ lu. ! monoply of wind and cheek, brass
in a Kansas paper: "If John Smith, j alM blab, all owned by one mental
" ieui, oars ago deserted his anil moral HocKeteller: Is there no
poor wife and balie. will reluni. the
babe will take pleasure in knocking
the stutfin' out of him."
protection for the poor in spirit, the
weak in lungs, the timid in tongue,
the unprogressive citizenship of this
After a high wind storm prevailing - .. ..
rdav and nearly all nkdit. K1WU "'Puo"c- lne wniiina.ion oi
all of veste
a rain storm set in this inornino- and
continued for some time. It was a
very respectable introduction to the
winter rainy season.
Wm. Dulin, a former business man
of Prescott. is at present said to be
located at Paris, Texas, where he is
reported to be doing a good business.
He invented a medicine called
ribona while here which is said to
have made him rich.
E. V. B. Hoes, formerly connected
with the Last Chance mine near Iron
rhetoric, oratory, Jictiou. vagaries
flapdoodleism, effrontery and gall
thus telegraphed to the country is
enough to paralyze the infant indus
tries of prophecy, declamatiou and
candidature among the pin-feathered
statesmen of Nebraska and the
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the post office for the week
Springs, is at present manager of the , ending ( let 28, ' 901 :
Pacific Coast Coal company, which is
developing mines near San Marcial.
Mexico. The company is building a
rail road to it mines.
The territorial teachers' association
will meet in Prescott December 21.
J. D. Loper. president of the associa
tion, came from the south yesterday
to confer with County Superinten
dent Jolly, of this county, in refer
ence to arrangements for the session.
Tickets are now on sale for the Hal
lowe'en ball at all the drug stores.
Shephard & Kastner's. Shumate's
and Rybon Ai Ellidge's. Tickets, 50
cents: supper. 25 cents. The Frater
nal Brotherhood will have dnrf (U ru.
the dance, which will be held in the Graham, Bob
Opera house. Thursday evening. Oct. : Gannett. Henry
oisi. xne granu march will begin at ( Greene. Belle
o-jo snarp. Goodrich. Jos B
Prof. Corey, a well kuown civil en- . Hoseuaugh, Lilly
gineer. of San Francisco, and F. J.
Thomas, an attorney of Los Angeles,
are in Jerome making a final examin
ation of the titles and property of the
Jerome Power company for the pro
posed purchasers of the bonds. It is
thought that upon the completion of
their examination the bonds will be
sold and work on the big plant will
Prescott Hotel arrivals: H W Hub
bard and wife. New York; Ed Tren
berth and wife. Big Bug; Joe Carten.
Lynx Creek: J S Johnson, Maver; W
H Keyes. Congress; E J Parkinson.
A H Camson, Jerome; M Darnall.
Hillside; Mise Trueman. Citv: W H
Gibbons, Groom Creek; J A Patton,
Los Angeles: Fay White. McCalie:
r m Jewell. U3S Angeles; L A Ault
man. E W Richardson, Jerome; L N
Edwin Markham, whose second
book of verse McClure, Phillips k Co.
are soon to publish, has been made
honorary member of many literarv
societies, from Passamaquodd v to
Ensenada, besides having had a num
ber of flourishing societies named
after him, and a hoe-pin invented as
badge for clubs and lyeeums. The
latest accession to his club member
ship comes this week from the far
Hawaiian Islands. He has just been
Anderson H A
Axten, Mrs Murphy. W J
Baby. Willie Murphy. Lee
Bennet. Mrs A McArthur. Hetty
Bradv, Thos J McCowan. T "
Braden. E B McCoy. A .
Bragg. H M McDo'nell. Wm
Brown. C O McLean. Robert
Brown. Chas McPichall. Katie
Cone. C B Pin, Mrs C B
Cook. H C Price, Thos A
Culp, A W Pritzen, F F
Dolk. T C Ralmnn, Wm
Elmer. Kasper Rinehart. Robt A
Estes, M J Rust in. L M
Froiney. N Span. Frank
Galligher. P E Stewart. Bob
Winchle Mr P
Wiser, Mrs O
Wilkie. Frank W
Eleanor Woten. Rilev
Batieras. Manuel Fuente, Jose
Garcia. Nicolas Garsia. Mavses
Lopez. Alverto Ortiga, Paul
Padilla. Antonio Ramos, Patricio
Please call for advertised letters
J. W. Akers. P. M.
That 400Day Dock
In our Window is for sale and are those Beau
tiful Late Styled Broaches, Stick Pin Lorgnettes.
Following is the daily report of in
struments filed in the county record
er's office, as reported by the Prescott
S F Wood,L H Clarksou k J B
Turek incorporate Wright and Law
rence Mining Co. cap stock $1,000,
000. W W Mvnds. C E Snider, et al in
corporate Copper Basin Gold fc Cop
per Mining Co.
W W Muuds. T W Kyle & G A
Beach to Copper Basin G te C Mg
Co deed: sixteen mines. Copper
A R Fleishman to Slate creek M'g
Co, eight mines Hassayampa dist.
Prescott & Cleveland G M'g Co. to
Slate Creek M'g Co. deed, Blu Dick
A woman makes her toilet with care and
content. But in bad health it often
happens that the gratification of being
well attired is lost. There is hardly
ttrength to brush and dress the hair, and
there is small courage to make the effort
to keep u-p appearances.
Dr. Pierce's favorite Prescription
makes weak women staag, by making
them well. The cpinmQn Jtause of fem
inine weakness isVfounrp in a diseased
condition of the womanly organism.
Favorite Prescription " establishes reg
ularity, dries enfeebling drains, heals
inflammation and ulceration, and cores
female weakness. The tonic effects of this
medicine are remarkable; it soothes the
nerves, encourages the appetite, and in
duces refreshing sleep. It gives comfort
and courage to prospective mothers, and
practically does away with the pains
commonly experienced at maternity.
There is no alcohol in Favorite Pre
scription " and it is entirely free from
opium, cocaine, and all other narcotics.
Women suffering from disease in ag
gravated form are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter free. All letters are
read in private and womanly confidences
held in absolute secresy. Address Dr.
k V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
It Surprised Her.
"I enjoy pocxl health; thanks to Dr. Pierce's
favorite Pn scription and 'Golden Medical Dis
covery.' write!. Mrs. J. J. Schnetyer, of Pontine,
Livingston Co.. DL "Have taken six bottles of
each kind. I rvas taken sick last February and
the doctors here called it ' Grip.' I lay for four
weeks in bed, and then when I got up I found 1
Bad 'displacement.' Had such aches and pains
In rnvbuck an1 limb could not stand ax,v leneth
of time. I knew that our home doctor would
insist the first thine on an examination, and
that I would not submit to. unless I was danger
ously sick, and then it would be too late to-do
any good. My son had yoar book. Common
Sense Medical dviser, and I thought from read
ing it that Dr. Pierce's medicines would do me
more good than all the home doctors and so it
has If anv one had told me it would do me so
much good I would have said ' Oh no, not that
much good.' I can say truly I was surprised at
the benefit I received. I can do all my washing
and also tend my flower garden. In fact I am
on my feet most all the time. An old friend ol
mine said to me, ' Why, what is the matter with
rKi You are getting' young again.' I told her
had taken six bottles of Dr. Pierce's medicine,
and that if she would do likewise she would feel
ten years younger, too."
Five Physicians Helpless.
nl feel it mv duty to write to vou and let rou
know how much your medicine has done "for
me.M writes Mrs. Wm. Hackett. of Breasport.
Chemung Co.. N. Y. "It is one of the hesthal
ever used in my Hie. Before I bCBMI to .use
your medicine it eemed as though I woo Id
never be well again. Could not stand on ray
feet Ave minutes without fainting- Could not
w;t!k to mv neighbors. Would have a vomitino
spell tiit would last three hours at a time. My
iiijiDt wouid ere mine so j coma not even wait on
myself. .Then I hatL-rvv"Te time of chronic in
fiammalbn of the liver, then uterine trouble-
then beam disease. I had five of the best physi
cians tmemild be found. They said to mv
friend "Wnajo help tor her.' One said 1
errutl not live tffe winter out, one told me that
if I got temrmrary relief that was all that could
be done My mother said to me one day when
she was there. 1 Do you know you cannot get
well? I told her I did. She said 'What are
you going to do about-the baby? Do you want
me to care for her or some one else?' It
eemed as though sbcJaad pierced me with a
sword, to think of ItyrfTig my little girl without
a mother, it seenaedrU though 1 could not stand
it. and when my' friends were telegraphed to
that I was dying, and seeing them weep by im
bed, that seemed as though I coulfl never stand
to hear them repeat that they would take care
of the baby and givehera goodftiome.' I think
if ever any one has been through with such a
terrible thing they can sympathize with me.
There are a great maay ladies that I have
begced to use Dr. Pierce's medicine and told what
it has done for me. With the first two bottles of
your ' Favorite Prescription and 'Golden Med
ical Discovery it seemed as though I was get
ting worse. With the next two I was feeling so
well that 1 could do my work and be real jolly
With the next two I felt like a r.ew being."
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser in paper
covers is sent free on receipt of 21 one
cent stamps to pay expense of mailing
only. Address as above.
ARIZONA'S LEADING JEWELERS,
The Largest and
That is Newj
Groceries and Mining Supplies
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
ALL KINDS OF
Our Dry Goods Department
IS COMPLETE. s v.
We Solicit Inspection of Styles, Qualities and Prices. JJJl
Nail Orders Will lir
Our Best Attention.
honorarr mpmlur f ... 11 Ltms !UI(I lf,-;m, (,
Kodak Klub of Koloa, Kouai.
Two permanent boarders and room-'
ere for winter, hne suite of rooms and
fire, suitable for two men, or man and
wife. $25 per month. Xo children
122 Garden St. w
For Sale Ladies bicycle in good
condition. SI 2.00. Enquire at 122
President E. P. Ri Die v. Second
President Paul Morton. Third Yi
President Kendricks of the Santa 1
Fe companv, and General Sn nsw4am
tendent A. G. Weils of Santa Fe Pa
cific, have just been on a visit to the
Grand Canyon with the view of se
lecting a location for a hotel there.
The party passed through Ash Fork
this morning en mute to California,
and after a visit there of several days
on business, will return east, and will
probably visit Phenix and Prescott
Some "unregenerate kuss" tried to
wreck the G. V. G. a X. Ijetwen h.-r.-
and tne smelter last Tuesdav
mg a MHH house biscuit on the
rail. The biscuit had been run
through the rock breaker Severn
times and came out whole. It was
then run through the furnace and
chunked around in the slag settler a I
couple of weeks. It came out a little
bit scorched on one side, but other
wise the same old biscuit. It v;is
doubtless placed on the track to see
what that wheezy old t! spot could lu
to it. It was a good thing for the
6 spot that it was discovered. Glolx
Howell Jones, a director of the
Santa Fe railroad, in charge of tin
land department of that companv. is
in town today on official Wm
While Mr. Jones has crossed Arizona
a number of times on the Santa Fe
railroad, this is his first visit to Pies
cott. He is naturally pleased with
the country and with the fine new
city which has Ix-en MM since the
Three hundred and fifty men are
now emploped on the grade of
the Big Bug railroad, and Mr
Cashin, who is superintendent of
the work, expects to increase this
number wn to 500 men. He wili
push the work as rapidly as pmriUe,
as he desires to get through with it
within six mouths.
William Bell, a pioneer of the 'fid's,
and for over twenty years located at
the Stockade near Tiptop, is in town
today en route to Dicks-.u. Kv., on a
visit. Mr. Bell is well known to
every body in the Bradshaw region,
and bears an excellent name with
everybody for his agreeable manners
and generous traits, and in going
back to "Old Keatack," nft.-r beiag
away a third of a century, it is the
wish of his many friends that he m iv
enjoy himself to" the fullest extent .If
Mrs. Ward, wife of Legislator Ward
of Crowned King, will sing at Uh
Hallowe'en social on Thursday even
W i , !
Kxllinir to Henrietta Kxt li
aufl C Mg OaaVphun Bov mine llig
Byg dist. W- '
J W Helm and H M Stamp to
Circumstance G and C M'g Co. deed.
Granite Flat and Venice mines, Big
J W Xelsou, to same company,
Margarite and Eureka mines, Big
J W Xelson, H W and W H Stamp
to same company, deed, Victor mine,
Big Bug dist.
Iron Springs Outintr Club to Frank
i G Smith mtge, buildings etc at Iron
I Springs. $1,000.
R Horscroft fc W Baker locate
; Tender Foot mine. Thumb Butte
Mike Foster locates Victor mine.
A A Alderdice by tax collector to
Alice S Alderdice. tax deed, lots 1.
21, and 23, blk Xi. and lots 21, 22, and
23, blk 3X, Prescott.
H B and Maude M Clifford and
by lay-1 Chas Maurice, incorporate "Pull-
whacker Gold and Copjxr C. Cap
stock ?1 .000.000.
A H Tniax to Baa Rybon. deed.
Little Grace et al, Hassayampa dist.
Jeff Lefors to Jos W Hobbs, deed.
Mount L'niou mine. Hass dist. $10.
Bert Lane lx-ate Centipede Xos 1
and 2, hass dist.
I Bosley and wife to Jas W
Jackson, w tad, land in set- .34. twp
13 n r 5 w. $200.
A W Piatt and J F Dwyer locate
Merriuiae mine. Kirkland dist.
Clair Bover and L M Womhncher
locate Clair Ln mine. Verde dist.
J R Bover ank L M WoinUicher lo
cate Georgia B mine. Verde dist.
GT Milner and K A IJassett t
Wm K Lmerv. W F has-. D L
l.inerv. F H 0 x-k, deed, numerous
mines. Copr Basin (list.
Wm LaCass locates Red Apple
mine. Walker (list.
David Connor to L Gadette. bill of
sale. Jerome Soda Works, SUA,
Alice S Allderdice to Mrs Ida
Mosher, deed, lots 19. 21 Bad 23. blk
33. Prescott, $40.
S J Brett et al incorporate Ella
Hay Mining Co, cap. stock $1,000.-
Edward Smith and Edward Mar
low, forfeiture, Montcalm and Monte
Christo mines. Magazine dist.
T J Laird and Bob Brow locate
El Paso mine. Walker dist.
Wm Rudy to A S and J E Rudv.
bill of sale. Cattle in Skull valley.
B C Williams and wife to John
Maggiora. deed, lot 1. School house
block. Jerome, $2.75.
United States to Chas S thick
patent, land in
1L". Kan-,- t
GENT'S . FURNISHINGS! !
BOOTS AND SHOES FOR EVERYBODY.
FORTUNES IN OIL.
The Central Pacific Oil Co.
Small Investments Pay Big Profits.
Incorporated under Territorial laws for Five Millions.
Two Millions already expended for proven oil lands.
Three Millions set aside as reserve or treasury stock.
Investors guaranteed by Twenty-Million Dollar Corporation.
100,000 Shares of Stock
Offered at 50c on the Dollar.
For the purpose of further developing their hold- J The Company owns twenty-Ovo hundred aa of
ings the Company has decided to place One Hun- j Oil producing lands in the heart of Kern River,
dred Thousand shares of stock par value one Bakersfield, Ventura, Sunset, Tehachapi, Kra
dollar at Fifty cents a share. There is no oil mer. Xewhall. Los Angeles and Fullerton Oil
proposition before the people today that offers fields of California. Better than a gold mine for
such rich returns absolute safety of investment. early investors.
6 Per Cent Guaranteed for Eight Years.
The first one hundred thousand shares, besides being non-assessable, are guaranteed to pay an an
nual dividend of six per cent for eight years. Every single share of the first one Hundred Thou
sand sold will bear the indorsement of The Continental Building and Loan Association of San
Francisco, a trust company incorporated under the laws of California, for Twenty Millions of Dol
lars, guaranteeing that The Central Pacific Oil Company will pay a dividend of 6 per cent per an
num for 8 years.
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
BIG BUG SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the Arixuna
Kastern i, Montana Smelting Ore Purchas
ing and Development Company haa leaaed
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
that the undersigned will In no way be re
sponsible for debts contracted in operating
COMMERCIAL MIXING CO.,
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
Octobe 27, 1899.
Notice is hereby nien that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker mining district,
is now being worked under a bond, and that
the undersigned, owner of said mine, will
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the same which may accrue during
the period of said bond.
Prescott. Arizona, Jan. 8, 1900.
N .tice is hereby gien that the SiWer Belt
mine. located in the Agna Fria Mining Dis
trict, is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of said property nor
the property itself, will not be responsible
for any debts contracted against said prop
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS. ?. A. BASHFORD,
Preseott. Arizona. May 22. 1901.
How much more it will pay depends upon de
velapment and increase in values of the Com
In ordering stock send draft to A. Samuel Parks,
Sec'y, or Well? Fargo, or The Broadway Bank
and Trust Co., our Los Angeles depository.
Purchasers of the first one hundred thousand shares are stilt further protected by
having the option of returning same to the Company at the expiration of one year
from date of purchase and receive the full amount of cash paid for same with interest
at 6 per cent per annum, less any dividends paid on stock provided 60 days' notice be
given the Company of such intention.
CENTRAL PACIFIC OIL CO.
Offices 611, 613 and 617 Laughiin Building.
Los Angeles, California.
Placer. Bir Ii
C B Liuu
M A Lawler
deed, J of Red
i- 1 ami ec '.I. 1 vp
al locale Luckv
iueral Mai dist.
ocates Gold Button
and wife to R H Row,
Rock and S Ex of
WE BUY SHOES POR
r fi j
R "-pi S
Vj 1 E o
The popularity of our clothes among the
is due to three important fact:
The styles and colors
and the price right.
are jnst as they should be,
Never has there been offered such clothing
such quality at such low prices as "we do.
HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING.
Treasure vault uiiues. Mineral Point
Geo W Morgan to J V Searles,
bond for deed. Octopus group of
mines. Castle t'reek dit.
W P Oliphant and D H Bnaaaa
locate Wedge Mae, Wii-kenlmrg dist.
W L Comer locates Eldorado mine,
D H BBea, et al, locate Prescott
mine. Preseott (list.
Dave Liirht locates Badger miue.
Big Bug dist.
F M Czarmiivski to S ,M Puniiau,
deed, four mii.es. Weaver dist.
D M Purmau to Leviathan Gold
Mng Co deed, four mines same dist.
Thos D Bennett to .1 W Searles,
deed, one eighth of Octopus group
J W Searles to H Fleshmau hill for
deed, all of Octopus group. Castle
C R Loomas and L D Phillips
locate rsoston mine. Hack Hills dist.
D J McKee locates Bijou and
Vinck tcp mines hnreka disi.
L D Booker fc Co to D Levy and
Co, Mtge, store at Walker. S'W.
J Heidelburg and wife to G H
Flammer, deed, five mines. Km Bis
In estate of Alexander Gilmore, de
cree distributing propetlj to lieirs.
S E Bright to Angie B Brova deed
land in Sec IS, twp 11. X. B .! K.
John S Ross to F J Smith, deed.
Ross mine, Hassayampa dist, $100.
P J Farley and wife to State Mm
B . L association Mtge, lot 2. blk -.
Bashford track. .flJitK).
B I Long and wife to Henrietta G
fc C Mug Co deed. Orphan Bov miue
Big Bug dist.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We desire your business on the ground that it
will pay you to deal with us.
If you have been paying big prices for your
clothes in the past it stands to reason that you have
been paying a great deal more than we would ask,
and that in securing a trial order from you we are
paving the way for future business on a larger scale.
Hll W. Laskey & Co's.
Lawler Block, Opposite Postoffice.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It isthelatestdiscoveredUitfcstr
an,. and tonic No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heart h::rn.
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Faawa,
Sick Headache, Gastralgia, Cram p.- 1 nd
all ot her results of imperfect digest-on.
Price i: and ft Large sie contains 2 S t , meg
amallsize. Rook ill ali'itdjr!,x'ptamailed(re
Prepared by E. C. CeWITT &CO-, Chicago.
BRISLEY DRUG CO and W. W. ROSS
Incorporated in 1877.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA .
THE OLDEST BANK IN ARIZONA
NIGHT HAWK. Et Al. m
The nndersitfned. owner of the Mht
Hawk. White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
tr.K claim. and Night Hawk mill site, situat
ed in Pine Urore district, Yavapai county,
Arizona, having bonded the same, will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
ag nst said property daring the time of said
Prescott. Arizona. Feb. 1. 1900.
STANDARD AND BUSTER.
Notice is hereby (riven that the Standard and
Buster group ol mined, located in the Plna
(rove district, Bradshaw mountains, are now
being worked under bond and lease, and that
the owners of the same will not be responsible
for any labor, accident, or debts of the same
accrued under the terms of the lease.
I. A. Forms.
May 12. 199.
ONTARIO GROUP OF MINES.
Notice ishereby given that the undersigned
are the owners of the Ontario group of
mines, located in Black Hills mining dis
trict, and that we will not be responsible for
any debts contracted for labor or otherwise
against said mining claim by parties work
ing the said Ontario group.
W. W. Mnnds A Co.
Prescott. Arizona. April 1. 1901.
Notice For Publication.
H e wm.
Land office at Prescott. Arizoaa Oct. 28,
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has riled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and receiver at Prescott,
Arizona, on Monday. December 9. 1901, via.
Charley W. Sager. H E 11X7. for the lota
1 and 2 and S ;, of NE ;4 of Sec 4, Twp 13
N. R4 W.
He nuiutse the following witnesses to prove
hir confirMSJSU.- n 'sidence ujxin. and cultiva
tion of. sain land . viz :
Joh- Morris. J. H. Ehlc. Wm. Dickson,
Wm. Cooper, ull of Skull Valley. Ariz.
Frederick A. Tritle, jr..
First'publication Oct. .TO W
oral Land Off
Paid Up Capital,
5 1 MONK)
fflkv. Washington. D. C,
October -7. 1901. Notice is hereby given
that staled bids directed to the Commis
sioner of the 'Yneral Land Office will be re
ceived by the tleceiver of Pnblic Moneys at
the L. S. Land Office at Prescott. Arizona,
np to and including the 5th day of Decem
ber. 1901. for the parchadc. under the provis
ion? of tin- act of Juno 4. 1HT7 t Stat.. 34
3), of all the dead timber sound enough for
timber or fuel, mid a sufficient amount of
mature living ti::.bvr 14 inches and upwards
in diameter to mnkc. with the dead timber.
10.000 feet of timber and 2.000 cords of
wood. No bid of less than $1.00 per thous
and feet for timber and 25 cents per cord for
wood will be considered : a deposit equal to
the value of the whole of the timber offered
will be required with each bid. and payment
in full of the amount of the successful bid
must be made to the Receiver within 30 days
from date of notice of award. No timber
will be cut until after the same has been duly
marked and designated by a forest officer,
who will superintend the cutting and re
moval of the timber and require the catting
and removal of all dead timber sound
enough for fuel, the economical use of all of
v. -v tree that will make lumber or wood.
and such a disposal of the brush and rubbish
and such care in the removal of timber ass
will save the remaining timber from dam
age. No living timber less than 14 inches &
diameter will be allowed to be cut. aneVno
timber can be removed until paid for in full.
Timber on valid mining or other claims ex
empted from sale. Purchasers failing to re
move timber within one year from date of
notice of award forfeit r nnssMni money and
right to timber an removed, unless sn exten
sion of time is granted. Timber unsold
may be purchased on petition within one
year without further advertisement. The
right to reject any and all bids is reserved.
W A. Richards. Acting Commissioner.
First publication Oct. 30. W '
Hugo Richards President
E. W, Wells Vice President
M. B. Hazeltixe Cashier
C. A. Peter Assistant Cashier
B.'XK OF CALIFORNIA .San Francisco
LAIDLAW A CO New Yark
first national banc Chicago
We maintain a fully equipped
Branch Bank at Jerome and
SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ! !
-J4? Always Fresh.
Always, the Best.
Jjfyr are sold everywhere. jjisV
tKF 19S1 Seed SBBBSSsI fir.
N5- KUT 4 CO.. DCTMIT, MXH. fflr
NO. OF SHARES,
Capital Paid in,
Snrplas aad Profits,
Pencils, Tablets, and everything neeessarj- to fit
Out Little Folks for School at Right Prices for Cash.
Stationery, Furnishing Goods
Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
KELLY i STEPHENS
T. M. ELDER President
CHAS. F, AVERY . . . Secretary
J. G. ricBRIDE Vice President
J. W. AVERY Treasurer
G. McBRIDE, 66 Broadway, N. Y.
T. If. ELDER, Phoenix, Arizona.
CHAS. F. AVERY, Prescott, Arizona.
CHAS. VON SCHRILTZ, Jerome, Arizona.
J. W. AVERY, Jerome, Arizona.
Frank H. Mi rphy President
Morris QeMWMTm Ym President
Henry Kinsley .Cashier
; C. O. Ellis Assistant Cashier
F. M. Ml'RPHY. M. tiOLDWATER,
Henry Kinsley, R. N. Fredericks
J. C. Herndon. E. B. Gage,
D. M. Ferry.
Accounts of Individuals, Firms
and Corporations solicited on Fv
vr lable Terms.
Do not be deceived by those who ad-
verti.-e a $0.l0 Hewinir Machine for
. Tli id kind of amr.i hine can
ee bMagM aVvsji u.-orauy of our
' on fr:.ii $!".& to $1S.U0.
m atasr n varisty.
era r.;:; is the best.
T" 7" .;? !;:. : '. t;'e strong: r
wi -I of S-.v;.:f- I;i"bi:ies. T. w
Peufcle irtbuaesl vith ethef
the U --C Bsfag Sbtktat tobuv.
we iiuinulactureaad pru-es bt-iore puri Luuiing
THE NEW HOME SEWING lASHIflC CO.
S Union Sq. N. Y., Chicago, 1 1L, Atlanta, Oav,
SL Louis, Mo., Ui!lax,rtx.,Saa Kranclsoo, Oai
FOR SALt BY
I PHYSICIANS &SURGEOkA
Sixty Years a Household Remedy
For Burns; Cuts, Sprains and
CACTIOHl Witch Harel is
PONI EXTRACT. Insist upon cJZL
tmt PiJND LXTKACT. sold ,ni, in
...e bottles. Lull wrappers.
GUHti Whtnt AU tLb- ii:'
oujth yron. TaSSSPS, I . I
3 tirap. s.,hl h, ur'j. k.M .
vj not to MrtaTMre.
5 !re pm
SfTrtEviitl 'Eli ." ?
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT
Cor. Atontezuma and Goodwin Streets.
First-Class Heal 2Sc And Upwards
We Serve all the Delacicies the flarket Affords
at All Hours, Day and Night.
THIS PROPERTY is a proven mine adjoining two of the
richest of the United Verde Co.'s claims. Its owners
have every confidence that it will make a great dividend pay
ing property, and offer a certain amount of its
For full particulars and prospectus, address
CHAS. F. AVERY, Secretary,
r'-mir for (urrh'
!;., Sf' rmtiu rr
WhifM, unnituml i,
chaitfM, or tmt Mmii
tioo, IrHtatftM r Men
t m i f , d o n uh
i iti&r.t N i-:i!:r'i'4f. .
H ERfl ANN VOQE,
PR6SO0TT. AKUONA. ON THK PLAZA. Telephone 1 44.
Ccmplete Stock of Fine Whiskysand Cordials for the Trade
- Jer in PABST Brewing Co.'s Milwauke- "eer.
Askfor Calla Lily Flour
As Pure and White as the Flower it is Named for.
IT'S THE HOUSEWIFE'S FRIEND
WHOLE8ALE DEALER IN
The Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskeys!
A Full Line of WINKS AND ClUARfl for the (teurl Trade.
er fn W. j, UCM PS Biewin Company's Draught aud Hoilu-d Boer.
NorthSi pe of P'aza, - PRESCOTT, ARIZONA
A hUw carrying ituvnm
it rti mmttm will leave Pres
cott U.iily. ammft Sundays,
fnMi Ed. Block's Clothing
Store, and from F. H. Bald
win's Pniit Store, for the fol
lowing points on OROO.M
rionte Christo, Empire, Slack's,
Monahan's, .lidnight Test and
A . o c promptly aitended to
Returning win aril rum Groom Creek at
Hawaiian Hair Restorer
A Preparation That W ill
Ask your Druggist for it or Send to
JOHN F. ASHW0RTH, Jerome
MISS BELLI' REYNOLDS
319 South t ortez St.. Prescott, Ariz.
Will Call at residences.
Prvcott. Arizona. Feb. 27. 1901.
j A rewar.l of .100.00 will he paiil bv
the Tavapai County Stock Growers'
1 Association f,r information that will
1 lead to the arrest and conviction of
; any terson or perons stealing; stock
from any member of this association.
J. W. DOUGHERTY. President,
i Attest: JOHN DI KE, Secretary,