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A Chesi Protector $
is what you need these cold
winter days. They protect
the chest ami hms from the
cold north wind and may
save vou a hip doctor bill.
HILDRETH is selling lots
of them this winter. All
sues, all prices from
50c to $3.00 JjK
The KLOO ones are in vest
form ;iud chamois lined.' W
Fen S. Hildreth, Z
Hotel Burke Corner
Call and See Them !
For Old and Young at
Brisley Drug Co.'s.
From Thursday's Daily.
L T. Stoddard has returned from a
"Too Rich to Marry" at the
house this evening.
You mav not have noticed i
the days are growing loagor.
F. G. Brecht has returned from his
Christmas visit to California.
Mrs. J. D. Wakelv ha.s beeu quite
seriously ill for the past few days.
Charles Broau was iu town today
from his lime kiln near Kock Butte.
N. C. Sheckles is confined to his
room at the Prescott hotel by sick
Judge and Mrs. R. E. Sloan left
this morning for a week of visiting iu
A very pleasant social gathering
was held at the residence of Rev. and
Mrs. H. B. Longon Tuesday evening.
The directors of the Prescott Social
club will have an important meeting
on Sunday next at the Congregation
The Blue Dick mine has just been
equipped with a ten ton electric
motor to be used for pumping water
for the smelter.
Governor Murphy, it is said, will
shortly leave for Washington to as
sist the statehood committee urge the
claims for Arizona's admissiou on
The installation of the officers of j
the Eastern Star will take place to-1
night. All Master Majus and their
families are cordielly invited. After
the installation thi r - will be music.1
dancing and refresh. neuts.
Xo copy of the Phenix Republican
has been received at this office now
for about three weeks. The Journal
Miner sincerely hopes this is not oc
casioned by the suspension of the
Union evangelistic meeti.igs nil!
commence at the B; cir.ir.ii next
Monday evening an i will continue j
each evening during the we.'1; except
Saturday evening. The pastors of
the various churches will preach.
The New Year was ushered in with
no end of sound. The whistles of all
the locomotives in the railroad yard
and that of the El-c;nc Light com
pany were blown, acc- mp inieii by a
fusilade of lire arms of oil (Inscrip
tions. December, 1901. has broken ail rec
ords for rainfall in Los Angeles.
During the twenty-four years the Los
Angeles weather station has beat es
tablished, never before has the last
month of the year passed without a
drop of rain, as it was this year. Last
winter there was a little, but not even
a trace has been set down agaiust the
month which closed Tuesday.
Prescott hotel arrivals. January 1
T W Hazen. Pasadena; Alfred Carri
gan. Phenix: Chas K Seholev. Mayer;
F W Ravraond, McCabe: EF Green
law. F "R Haskins. Flagstaff: 1 B
Hamilton. Los Angeles: John Gray.
Poland mine; A Armitage. C A Gra
bill. Yol Yerde; John Bristow and
family. Camp Yerde: J R Hogin.
Oafdm; F McDonald, city.
Geo. Wood, the well known and
8ucces..-fu! mining man. expect to
leave within a day or two tor the east
to sjc: :i a .,11 earned ncMtioD. Mr.
W.xkI re:j that all pnrooc who
have:!;: tils against him t pn -at
th'-uip:":s . . Lis Itav'.., ... he
wants lo set! ie un CUM tiling !elore
he goes. He expects to ' . ' l.t
aUmt muni ii or two.
Henry C." Shopper, fireman on the"
engine of a west hound limited I
train, out oi Mbuquerque. was in
stantly killed on Tuesday He was
leaning for ol the cab 1. Hiking i
down at some iwrt of the trs.i; hiuerr I
of the locomotive. The engine flashed
onto a bridge near Lagm and Shop
per's head and KM dimia violently
against on- of the fi'u lers. LL skull
was crus'v d and rvk injured,
death wa- ;'::i;ost instautaueaa.
At the regular TneaoNj crcaiag
social held on N ' V tr ev. :t the
residence of Rev. and Mat, ; V.
Peck. Mrs. Ward sang a v . . sweet
solo which was encored by IhrfWTl
present. Miss Nellie Crocker gave a
recitation hi h v - - encored,
and Prof, liillinglmr-t was brought
out a second time t beautiful
aud faultless rendering of a cornet
solo. Gainer m re played and a good
time generally enj. v. -1. and j"t be
fore midnight religi .- natch ser
vices wen- held.
The Bitters will stimulate the di
gestive organs, arou-e the sluggish
liver and cure in ligestion. dyspepsia,
constipation, liv.-r aid kidney troubles
ba and malaria. A fair trial will con-
-ice vou of iu value.
Sidney L. Beach, the hardwood
floor man, has gone to Southern Ari
zona on a month's visit.
The funeral of the late George
Arthur Allen took place this morn
ing from the Catholic church, and
was largely attended. No death that
has occurred here for some time, ex
cept that of of the late Dr. Scarbor
ough, has produced such a shock to
the community as the sudden death
of Major Allen. He seemed to re
alize from the first that his illnes
would terminate fatally and made all
preparations for the end, making his
will on Saturday. He had no rela
tives in this territory but his friends
The following from the Albuquer
que Citizen can le appreciated in
every newspaper office where a gaso
line engine has ever been: "The
Citizen gasoline engine has had taan
trums for a week, which has delayed
the issue of this paper on time. A
new motor was shipped from the fac
tor v on the 23rd and will soon be in
stalled. The gasoline engine seems
! to know this aud bucks and kicks
worse than a football player." The
Journal-Miner, after years of vexa
tious annoyance with a gasoline en
j gine, discarded it entirely and now
j uses an electric motor for propelling
Theatrical managers declare that
; in the general distribution of pros
iieritv. I'ncle Sam has left them out.
; They say the season, so far, has not
leen good. In fact it is reported to
! have been an unusually bad one.
; Many road companies have been
: playiug at a loss, and the statement
is made that since October 1. 140
companies have collapsed, leaving
actors stranded all over the country
between Chicago and New York. The
holidays are always a melancholy
time for the "profession" and the
jobless actors are said to be more
numerous than for many years
The California Horticultural Com
missioners have issued a warning
against the sucking of oranges by
children or adults who are unaware
of the locality in which the fruit may
have leen raised. It has been dis
covered that certain spraying prepare -opera
; tions and washes used experimentally
in the eradication of insect pests in
. but i fecting the trees have ruined the
oringes. The fruit thus spoiled is to
be recognized by large russet-brown
spots on the rind, which often cover
decayed portions that reach into the
juicy meat. Children sucking such
oranges suffer from severely swollen
lips. As Arizona purchases her
oranges frotn California, this warning
is equally important here.
From Friday's Daily.
Knights Templar meet tonight.
Thomas Scholey was in town today
from Williamson valley.
Mrs. H. T. Smith left for Phenix
this morning for a brief visit.
Mrs. S. M. Walstrum has returned
from a protracted visit east.
Special Agent A. F. Leach left this
morning to do some investigating in
the vicinity of Jerome.
Attorney Altmau has left for New
York on mining business. He will
slop en route at Fort Worth, Texas,
his old home.
Prescott hotel arrivals Jauuary 3,
1902: D H McDonald, J Megard, Big
Bug; P L Clark, Crown King; Jno P
Darling. Geo H Plummer; McCabe.
John Bianconi.an old-time resident
of this county, now engaged in the
dairy business at Williamson valley,
is in town today M business.
D. D. McDonald has gone to Cali
foruia for a brief vacation, on account
of the receut death of his wife. The
associations in Prescott, where they
resided, are such as to be a constant
reminder to him of his terrible loss.
George F. Donovan attempted to
rob a newspaper man ia Chicago and
was shot HH killed. Donovan is
thought to have respectable connec
tions in SpringfielJ. Mass.
Gen. Charles King, the famous sol
dier author, contributes to the Decem
iht number of 10 Story Book a new
Mn of army life on the frontier. It
is full of dash and romance and is
typical of Gen. King's best work.
There seems to be considerable talk
a!xut the location of that public
library, but the building does not
seem to materialize to any great ex
tent. It has been hanging fire now
for two or three years. The question
of its location is not so much of a
problem as the question, "when will
Date Graham of Bisbee has been
appointed lieutenaut of the Arizona
Rangers aud will take hold of his
new position at once. Date is well
known throughout the territory as a
brave and fearless officer and will
help to make the Rangers a strong
in tne announcement ot the mar
riage of Jos. Archambeau, a typo
graphical error occurred for which no
atonement is provided and one which
makes a reorter who writes reports
of such affairs feel like "thirty cents."
It was the missclling of the name of
tiie bride. Miss Alice Fultz.
The first submarine cable to sur
render to wireless telegraphv is that
iving between Rome and Sardinia.
; Its um will shortly Ik discontinued,
I as the 200 kilometers of sea between
the imperial citv and the island has
j been successfully traversed by wire
' less messages.
Dr. John W. Burns has located in
1'iescott. having purchased the library
and office outfit of the late Dr. Scar
iHirough. Dr. Burns will engage in
general practice, making specialties
of diseases of women and general
surgery. He has opened his office in
; he Coles Bashford building.
The St. Agatha's (iuild of the Epis
copal church will a social next Mon
day evening at the Masonic hall at
H o'clock. After the programme re
freshments will le served then every
one mav have a good time.. Twenty-
five cents for adults, 15 cents for
children. Winifred Fredericks, Sec't.
A I'aris telegram of January 2
says: A Ixmib was exploded last
night under the Iwlconyof the Palace
of Goad Duke Constantine. The
explosion occurred at the moment
when the salons were thronged with
guests. A great panic followed, but
obsdy was injun-d. though the dam
age done was considerable. Nihilist
students are suspected of committing j
the outrage, fifteen students have
Prof. Mclvor-Tyndall. who is an
nounced to a)M-ar at the oiera house
so hi. is the same Professor Tyndall
who apeared here a few years ago.
The same Tyndall who wanted Los
Angeles m- ij lt- to bury him alive,
but were prevented from doing so bv
the jKilice. A rumor which was gen
erally lx'lievel shortly after the pro-fes-or
left here stated that he was
dead. He now takes occasion to
deny this and it looks as though his
word will have to be taken as truth.
Robert H. Hatfield said to be one
of the notorious Hatfield gang of
Kentucky, das leen killed at irov. a
uiiiiinir camp in the Pinal mountains,
by deputy Sheriff Devine, who bore a
warrant for his arrest on the charge
of wife beating. Hatfield sent word
to the officers that he would kill any
man who tried to take him. Devine
fired two shots over his head in an
ineffectual effort to mak the man un
derstand his danger, and then shot
with fatal effect.
Miss Marie Mattingly was painfully
injured yesterday afternoon at the
corner of First and Jefferson streets
by being thrown from a horse. The
animal shied at a buggy and ran
into a load of hay, which frightened
him and he pitched Miss Mattingly
over his head. She is now suffering
from a sprained ankle. Miss Mat
tingly is a well known newspaper
woman from Washington, D. C.
Gazette. This accident may possibly
serve as the ground work for another
sensational article on the horrors of
Arizona's climate, such as she dished
out to the readers of that Washington
paper last summer.
From Saturday's Daily.
M. R. Kiley was in town today from
the Oro Mining company's camp.
Ben Belcher is confined to his home
by an attack of sickness.
City Recorder Joba of Phenix is
said to be seriously ill. Mr. Jobs has
been an invalid for several years.
St. Joseph's academy will reopen
after the holiday vacation on Mon
day, Jan. 6.
J. H. Mulrein has returned from
his holiday visit with friends in Los
The railroad company has discon
tinued its city ticket office at Hotel
Herb Pent land, the druggist, is
confined to his bed. threatened with
W. J. Murphy of the statehood
committee has gone to Washington.
The will of the late Samuel Hill
was admitted to probate yesterday,
and letters testamentary issued to
Robert Perrin and his nephew, Ed
ward Perrin, jr., was in town today
on land office business. The latter
is a son of Dr. E. B. Perrin.
Prescott hotel arrivals Jan 3: J H
Canavan, I Angeles; L L Pain.
Randsburg; C W Ward, Kansas City;
John Raines, Cala.
A Deming publisher pounded a
printer with the office mallet and he
lived. The El Paso News says that
it is a good thing the deadly towel
was not used. Ex.
Contractor Grant of the Prescott
National bank's new building, will
turn that structure over to the bank
people next Saturday, January 12.
Howel Jones, a director of the
Santa Fe railroad and in charge of
the land department of that company,
came up from the south last evening
by special train.
Miss Minnie Radcwesky is expect-
hnmp from Sfln Frfl nr'i in a few
davs. She went there for the benefit !
of her health and was greatly im
proved during her absence.
Mechanics Hook and Ladder com
pany will nominate officers this even
ing. All members are requested to
attend. Harry D. Campbell, fore
man. "The Length of Time" and "The
Conqueror with Dyed Garments" will
be the morning and evening themes
at the Methodist Episcopal church,
Rev. Edwin Decker of Winslow and !
Miss L na Hanna of lempe were!
united in marriage yesterday. Mr.
Decker is pastor of the M. E. church
at Winslow. Miss Hanna has been
employed as instructor in the public
schools for some time. She was for
merly a resident of Prescott, where
she has many friends who extend
The Albuquerque Citizen says that a girl and she has been a member of
the insurance companies refuse to ac- j the family since the 28th day of De
cept the theory that John McCarty of cember. Her parents were so elated
Arizona was killed and partially j they did not have time to give out the
eaten by bears, but hint at a plot to j information before, but it is of the
secure $29,000 he was carrying in va-1 for that is always good. Mr. Storey
rious companies. . being train master of the S. F., P. &
n Ml I l.l .. , I. ., . , I, rnnnir
D. C. Martin arrived here recently
from Denver to tak the position of I
manager ol tne rosiai leiegrapn
company in Prescott, Mr. Gillette
having resigned his position.
Cole McFerrin, a well known stock
man of Seligman, was brought to the
Sisters hospital on New Year's eve
.,(T. rr,o,,ir o rw) I
died this morning at 9 o'clock. The '
funeral will take place from the resi
dence of G. C. Ruffner tomorrow,
Sunday, at 12 o'clock noon. Friends
and acquaintances respectfully in
vited. Wanted. Several persons of char
acter and good reputation in each
state (one in this county required) to
advertise old established wealthy
business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable in
cash each Wednesday direct from
head offices. Horse and carriage fur
nished when necessary. References.
Enclose self addressed stamped en
velope. Manager, 316 Caxton Build
ing, Chicago. 9-11 to 1-1-02. w
From nonday's Daily
Herbert Pentland's condition was
slightly improved today.
A. J. Doran has returned from his
holiday visit to California.
Fresh oysters served in any style
at Shumate & Raible's. tf
mate & Raible's.
and lunch at Shu
H. J. Allen has returned to Jerome
from his vacation.
Try a cold turkey lunch
mate & Raible's.
tf Mrs. F. P. Cruice has returned
after a few weeks' absence in the
Oysters cooked in all styles at Shu
mate & Raible's coffee parlors, tf
The largest assortment of fine can
dies in the city atShumate Sc Rai
The Phenix Republican was a wel
come visitor to this office today
We serve only Chase & Sanborn's ;
"Seal Brand" coffee at Shumate A:
Best chicken and beef tamales at
Shumate & Riible's. tf
Fresh ovsters in bulk or cans re
ceived daily at Shumate & Raible's.
All kinds of Oregon apples at F. H.
Baldwin s. tf
Candy, nuts aud all fruits at Rybon
& Comer's. tf
See the $7 Austin hat that Wilson
sells. One of Stetson's best.
The last issue of the Florence
Blade contains the official announce
ment of the purchase by its proprie
tor, Thos F. Weeden of CD. Reppy's
newspaper plant the Florence Tri
bune aud of the consolidation of the
Wm. Fori! the well known grand
army veteran, who recently had
of his feet frozen had both feet am-
' putated at the ankle- at the Sistpw'
A. F. Leach returned on Sunday
from his visit to Jerome.
J. S. Douglas came up Saturday
from Mexico where he is engaged in
E. B. Gage has lieen quite sick for
some time in San Francisco, but is
reported to be convalescent now.
Wilmot Pent land came in from
Ash Fork yesterday on receipt of the
news of the serious illness of his
John Wood, a prominent citizen of
the Yerde valley, was in towu today.
He is just recovering from a serious
spell of paralysis.
C. E. M. Beall, superintendent of
the Bullwhacker mine, returned this
morning from a protracted visit to
Mexico on mining business.
At the close of the dinner hour last
evening Murry Mclnernay closed the
dining room of the Prescott hotel
temporarily. He expects to keep it
closed for about two weeks.
Last Saturday morning Timothy
Ouirk. a well known character in the
county, was found in a dying condi
tion in the St. Elmo saloon and al
though medical assistance was
brought immediately he expired
shortly thereafter. Jerome News.
F M. Murphy is quoted iu a tele
gram to the Phenix Republcan as
saying that he has taken no bond on
the Yulture property, as reported by
some territorial papers and has had
nothing whatever to do with it in any
way, and he does not contemplate ac
quiring any interest in the Yulture.
Owing to dispatches received from
San Francisco announcing the serious
illness of Mrs. E. B. Gage, who is not
expected to live through the day, the
timid tea wnicn was to oe given to
morrow afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. J. J. Hawkins, will be post
poned. There will be a meeting of the De-
gree of Honor tonight. Business of
H. Waterman brought a man
I named Brink up from Walnut Grove
I yesterday aud placed him in the
I county hospital.
At the meeting of the Hook and
Ladder company on Saturday even
; ing, Geo. Giles and Walter Fields
I were elected members of the board of
I tire delegates to represent that com
Ed. Foltz is in town today from
i the Bradshaw mountains where he is
' employed as the superintendent of
I the mines being operated by Mr.
Place. Mr. Foltz is a first class prac
tical mining man.
Members of local lodge, K. of P.
and visiting brothers in good stand
ing are required to attend meeting
tonight. Installation of officers and
refreshments. 15 v order ot Lieo.
Wing, C. C.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Con
gregational church will meet on Wed
nesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
the residence of Mrs. G. C. Ruffner.
The directors of the Prescott social
club will meet
this evening at the
Congregational parsouage. A full
I attendance is desired.
The present week will be observed
as the regular week of prayer and
union services will be held at the
Baptist church every evening during
the week except, Saturday, commenc
ing at 8 o'clock. Service will be con
ducted as follows: Monday evening,
bv Rev. L. O. Lewis: Tuesday even
ing bv Rev. E. B. Taft; Wednesday
j evening, Rev. Waring; Thursday
I evening, Rev. H. B. Long; Friday
evening, Kev. ti. . I ecu.
No old stock to get stuck on;
is all new. When you purahase your
holiday presents from us you get the
newest presents. Fen S. Hildreth,
Burke corner. tf
Another Storey has lieen added to
one of the best known houses in Pres
cott that of Mr. aud Mrs. H. C.
Storev. The recent improvement is
A telegram was received here yes-
terday announcing the serious illness
of Mrs. E. B. Gage in han r raneiseo.
The telegram stated that she was
very low. Mrs. Ueo. tjage.
. irage. wno
was' visiting in Prescott. and Mr. and
Mrs. H. Kinsley, left immediately on
receipt of the telegram for San I1 ran
eiseo. Last evening about 7 o'clock
another message more assuring was
received, stating that slight improve
ment in her condition had occurred.
At noon today a telegram was re
ceived by R. B. Burmister, announc
ing that she was sinking rapidbj' and
could not live through the day.
A.J. Howe, who some months since
placed mining location notices on a
group of claims owned by B. C. Red
Ion, announced his intention on Sat
urday of going down there with four
or five men to look after the claims
and to examine the work which Mr.
Redlon is alleged to have done on
I them. Mr. Redlon has had a force of
j men at work on the claims doing the
assessment work for VM). but Mr.
1 Howe said his mission was one rim
' ply of peace and all he expected to
do with the men accompanying him
j was to furnish them information by
! personal observation to be used in
I the trial of the case now pending iu
R. Baehr for house painting and
paper hanging. Telephone Nos.
168 and 97. tf
Blankets at Wilson's.
Rubber overshoes at Wilson's.
Mackintoshes at Joe Wi'sou's,
Joe Wilson sells rublx-r lxrots.
Trunks and valises at Wilson's.
Traveling cases at Joe Wilson's.
No headache if you drink at Kear
Hllbreth's throat cure will cure
sore throat. tf
For a sore throat Hildreth's throat
For choice wines, liquors and cigars
go to Kearnev's jll-tf
Hello, central. No. 2. please Brisley
Have you seen those lovely
waists at Mrs. Blaine-'-? tf
Call and see Mrs. Blaine's stock of
fall millinery. tf
Oysters, coffee aud luuch at Shu
mate ti Raible's. tf
Dertv time. See the line of
them at Wilson's. Price 53.00.
For bottle or flask choice whiskey
go to Karney's. tf
Fresh cau and bulk oysteis at F.
H. Boldwin's. tf
DR. F. M. MKTZGAK. DENTIST,
I'KES' '( TT.
Johnson .lew. tt. MMM and
kmiai. ,.!.. i,v n,uii nr f.-
pres will receive cart ful and prompt.
(attention. Mayer Artz. 10-10-tf
Drink Heekin's "Magnolia" Coffee
For sale by The Bashf ord-Burmister
Chase & Sanborn's coffee is the
only kind served at the Palace Cafe.
It is the bast coffee on the market, tf
Drink Heekin's "Magnolia" Coffee.
For Sale by The Bashford-Burmlster
Call at the Palace Cafe for a nice
Kansas City steak and pork tender
If you have a weak stomach call on
Cal Wilson at the Palace Cafe and he
will prescribe for you. tf
The finest line of underwear in
town at Joe Wilson's. Any grade
and any price.
Joe Wilson's fall line of clothing
is arriving. 5ee the line ot suns at
$12.00. Good heavy, warm suits that
will please any body.
See the new Raglan overcoat,
strictly waterproof, something new.
Joe W ilson.
Have you seen the new quilt at
Wilson's? One solid piece of cotton,
no bunching, pretty patterns, cost $3
See the f 1.00 line of underwear
at Wilson's fleece lined, double
breasted. A good warm Garment for
the cold weather.
Selected fancy fruits, high grade
candies, finest oualitv imported and
domestic cigars at Geo. B. Brajevich's'
Dake's building. tf
Go to Rybon & Comer's for your
holiday candy and fruit. tf
Michigan sweet cider by the glass,
gallon or barrel at F. H. Baldwin's.
Oranges, apples, bananas and all
kinds of fruit at Rybon & Comer's, tf
Burnt leather goods in all styles;
elegant cases; the latest patterns. At
See Hildreth's stock of holiday
goods before buying. He can save
you money. tf
Before buying your holiday pres
ents you should see the line Fen Hil
dreth has. Theyareallthelatest.no
old stock. tf
If you need a pair of pants to
match your coat and vest, look at our
stock. New stripes and checks. Our
pants have a cut that makes them fit.
Prices from J2.50 to $7.00. Joe Wil
son. Caledonian coal, the best in the
market, for sale by F. C. Paine, agent
in Prescott. Order your coal now, for
the winter tf.
A full line of beaver overcoats at
Wilson's. Tailor made, brown, dark
blue and black. They have no equal
for the price.
Ring up 59 for fresh vegetables of
all kinds promptly delivered. F. H.
Baldwin successor to F. E. Jones, tf
Send your order to the Journal
Miner for the World almanac.
Twenty-five cents at this office or by
mail thirty-three cents. tf
The Journal-Miner will take orders
for the World almanac at 25 cents
per copy, or if sent by mail eight
cents additional for postage. Send
your orders now. tf
Seed Time and Harvest.
A good time to think mast seriously
of the harvest is seed time. The de
cision you make then will determine
the value of your crops later. The
growing competition in seed selling
is an increasing temptation to un
scrupulous dealers to make extrava
gant claims for their seeds, both in
price and producing qualities. The
wisest farmers are those who are in
fluenced most by what experience
has proven to be good and true.
Thousands of seed sowers in all sec
tons of the country sow Ferry's fam
ous seeds, year after year, and have
the satisfaction of good harvests to
justify their continued faith in the
Ferry firm. They pay a few cents
more at seed time, but realize many
dollars in better crops at the harvest.
The natural consequence of this con
dition is an ever increasing business.
D. M. Ferry & Co. sent out last year
more seeds than any other seed house
iu the world. The 1902 catalogue of
this house is now ready and will be
found a useful guide in selecting the
choicest seeds for the farmer, the
truck gardener and the flower gard
ener. It is sent free on request. Ad
dress D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit,
New Century Comfort.
Millions are daily finding a word
of comfort in Bucklen's Arnica salve.
It kills pain from burns, scalds, cuts,
bruises; conquers ulcers, and fever
sores; cures eruptions, salt rheum,
boils and felons; removes corns and
warts. Best pile cure on earth. Only
25c at all druggests.
F. I A M
A called meeting of Aztlan lodge,
No. 1, F. and A. M., will be holden on
Wednesday, Jan. 8, 1902, at eight
o'clock, p. m., for work in the first
degree. Visiting brethren in good
standing are fraternally invited to
By order of the Warshipful Master.
G. A. R. and W R. C. Attention.
There will be a meeting of the
j above organization at the post hall
! on Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock
for the purpose ot installing tne om
cers elected to serve them for the en
suing year. Be prompt.
Furnished House Wanted.
Responsible party desires to rent a
furnished house with five or more
rooms. Address P. O. Box 462. 6t.
Saturday Excursion to Phenix.
Ctmmeneiug Saturday, Nov. 2,
1901, and continuing on each Satur
day until March 29, 1902.
Limit 30 days. Fare $9.00.
Say, You Stop.
Do you know that you can get a
first class shave for 15c at the Statiou
Barber shop? Everything neat and
clean and work guaranteed to be sat
isfactory. Try a shave and be con
John Derr has just received from
the east the finest stock of imported
and domestic woolens ever received in
Prescott. Call and see him aud order
your fall suits now.
Saloon For Sale.
A good liaying saloon property at
address box J
As composition closes for the day
in this office each afternoon at 3:30
o'clock parties having notices which
they desire inserted are requested to
get them iu not later than 3 p. m. if j
oossihle. althoiiL'h when not crowded i
lurt notices mav le inserted if hand- j
,t in a late as 3:20. It freouentlv
I happens that notice are brought in
as late as -1 o clock and the only way
1 I lit V I 1 I t 1 I H
invited is by tlefaying
It toon V chop bvood
them all rapidly, easily, coarse or fine, in uniform
pieces, without mashing, squeezing, tearing or
Pencils, Tablets, and everything necessary to fit
Out Little Folks for School at Right Prices for Cash.
Stationery, Furnishing Goods
Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc Etc.
What Shall I Give Her
For Christmas ??????
This is the question that is before us all at the present
time. Let us suggest something. We received by express
this, Saturday, morning an sssortment of Huyler's Bon Bons
and Chocolates in beautiful hand painted boxes from l2
pound to five pounds. A lady will appreciate a box of
Huyler's more than anything else. The reputation that
Huyler's bears throughout the United States is enough for
you to know that you will make no mistake. We also have
an excellent line of cigars which most men would rather
have than anything else. Come in and see what we have
whether you buy or not.
R. H. Burmister & Sons Co.
Ask for CallaLily Flour
As pure and as white as the Flower it U named for
ITS THE HOUSEWIFE'S FRIEND
but Sargent's Gem Food Chopper will
chop raw meat, cooked meat, vege
tables of all kinds, fruit, crackers,
bread, eggs, cheese, nuts, figs ?.nd
other foods, and
It will chop
To reduce our heavy
we will give TWENTYFIVE Per Cent
Discount on Suits and Overcoats for the next
$18.00 Overcoats for $i3-5
$15.00 Overcoats for $11.35
$12.00 Overcoats for $9-00
$10.00 Overcoats for $ 7-5
$22.50 Suits for $16.85
$20.00 Suits for $15.00
$18.00 Suits for $I3-S
$15.00 Suits for $11.25
$12.00 Suits for $9.00
$10.00 Suits for $7-5
Call Early and get first choice of fine line of
H. W. LASKEY & CO'S
Lawler Block, Opposite Postoff ice.
Home Bakery Restaurante
S3? 1 5C and Up.
f JFOne Week's Board and Lodging at from $4.00 up.
South Montezuma Street, Prescott. Phone 255.
COOVER'S Liver Pills
XOTSm K W PT TT Because they effect cures without any grip
VV JL N iy It iVJ UL sjcj stomach or unpleasant results.
Y7"f.Tr B D T7T TT Because they actually cure, all liver, kid iwy
W WIN lJ-CIVr U stomachW bowel trouble.
XOTrrir- T?PT TT Because all nursing mothers will find these
W JL N LJ lli IV-L J li pills have no equal, neither griping mother
WOMD P W PT TT Because they are the only pills that are a
W KJL N LJdlKX VJ J-( constitutional tonic and blood purifierj
For Sale by Brisley Drug Co., Prescott, Ariz.
Grand Opportunity. SS
Real Estate always advances when valuable improvements
are made. The capitol of Arizona is completed and turned over
to the territory. The state officers now all occupy rooms set
apr.rt for them. Electric cars every 15 minutes. City water also
100 Inches of Water in the Salt River Canal
And Every Lof Guaranteed Plenty of Water.
The soil is sandy and no mud. Now is the time to get lots at
reasonable price in the middle ol fine residences already con
structed and many still to be built. Sold on the installment
plan if desired, so that all mav secure a desirable lot.
M. E. COLLINS,
No. 17 FIRST A VENTE, PHENIX, ARIZONA
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. ON THE PLAZA. Telephone 1 44.
Complete Stock of Fine Whisky sand Cordials for the Trade
Dealer in PABST Brewing Co.'s Milwaukee Beer.
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT
Cor. Montezuma and Goodwin Streets.
First-Class Heal 25c And Upwards
We Serve all the Delacicies the market Affords
at All Hours, Day and Night.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.'S
Gasoline and .Steam Hoists, Air Compressors, Portable
and Stationery Boilers, Etc.
More f the Fairbanks, Morse fc Co.'s hoists have been sold in this
section during the juist pear than all other makes combined- They excel -n
POWER, RELIABILITY and ECONOMY and are especially valuable
where wood ami wafer is scarce.
frFull particulars and estimates furni-hed upon application toj
WHENEVER YOU WANT
Merchandise or Mining Supplies
Remember the Old Established House
The 0. K. STORE
Staple and Fancy Groceries, A Fill Stock of Hen's hnishhg 6004s
Always on Hand. All floods Fresh and Ip-To-Date.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
weight stock of Clothing