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Military, Firemen's Civic Parade.
$50.00 for best decorated Float.
525.00 for best decorated Vehicle.
$25.00 for best decorated Building.
LITERARY EXERCISES AND ORATION AT OPERA HOUSE.
Judge R. E. Sloan, Orator.
Hose Races, Baseball Game, Shooting
Tournament, Horse Races, Foot Races,
Horribles, Darktown Brigade, Etc.
riasked Ball and Carnival
On the Plaza.
Remember the Old
The 0. K. STORE
Staple and Fancy Groceries, A Foil Stock of Men's Furnishing Goods
Always on Hand. All Goods Fresh and L'p-To-Date.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
Reference: BANK OF ARIZONA.
EXAMINATION OF MINES.
WOOD, DILLON & CO.,
MERCHANTS' MINING CO
Special Price on 500 to 2000
shares HcCabe Extension.
MORRIS GOLDWATER. l'n-sident.
W. C. BRANDON. Sec. and Cash.
Is now ready for business and inrites your pataaaage. A (tetx-ral Bunking and Trust
Company Business trnnsaeted. Money rcvt hid ga deposit subject to withdrawal by check
Particular attention given to small accounts. Deosits of one dollar and upward received.
Ladies who wish to oxn household or personal accounts will tind every convenience and
privacy. Out of town cu.-toim r- will tind us ready to attend to all commissions. Corre
spondence solicited. Rents collected. Insurance Placed. Abstracts of Title Furnished,
Real Estate Bought or Sold.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.-Harry BrisL v. A. A. Johns. John J. Hawkins. E. Block. T.
G. Norris. Geo. H. Schueriuan. F. G. BJccht. D. M. F. Wei ha, Frank M. Murphy. R. X.
Fredericks. M. Goldwater.
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT
Cor. Montezuma and Goodwin Streets.
First-Class Heal 25c And Upwards
We .Serve all the Delacicies the Harket Affords
at Ail Hours, Day and Night.
I Alteration Sale.
j We have contracted to put a new front in our store and toavoid S
Incc frnm Huct -n A lirt inriileiit In thf. tHjirino" ftnuii n rui re- B
building, we have reduced prices on all our
Ready to Wear Goods.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
45c were 60c
50c were 75c
$1.00 were $2.00
$1.25 were S7.50
$1.75 were S3. 00
are reduced to Cost. ;
;No trouble to show Roods.
Our Friday Bargain Sales will continue as usual.
Money refunded when goods not as represented.
M. Goldwater & Bros.
OF PHOENIX HAS
BEEN ENGAGED FOR
R. X. FREDEK1CKS. Vice President.
(iEO. C. MeMl'RTY. Asst. Sec. and Gish.
t Ladies' 5kirts
I Black Silk from $50 to $27.50 j?
I Black Cloth from $35 to S25.00 '
I Blue Cloth from S25 to $17.50
Linen from $7.00 to $5.00 J
1 . . . 1
i Pique trom 52.50 to 51.75
' Ladies' Petticoats $
for Summer Wear
at Bargain Prices.
Needed alterations made free
(the local news.
From flonday's Daily
L. M. Turner and L. T. Smith are
in town from the Verde Valley.
Deputy Sheriff Slaukard, of Mari
copa county, came up ou today's
J. C. Fredericks' beautiful five
roomed cottage on Pleasant street is
Governor F. A. Tritle has a beauti
ful specimen of rose amethyst from a
property in Mexico.
Mrs. K 1 M. Blake is up from Naco
with her children visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Otis.
The handsome residence of T. C.
Job ou Mt. Vernon street is rapidly
Mr. Cahoou of the agricultural de
partment, has returned to Prescott.
Mr. Cahoon spent last summer here.
The oath of office as governor w ill
be administered to Col. A. O. Brodie
iu Pheuix tomorrow morning at 8
J. E. McCoy has gone to California
IO 1 11.4 IUC DUUJUiCi . 11' " i.
companied by his wife and daughter
i - -. - 1
auu sister m-iaw.
Mrs. V. J. Kirkpatrick, of Tucson,
the soprauo, who is going to sing at
the concert on July I, is registered
at the Prescott hotel.
It is rumored that a general strike
is threatened at Jerome tomorrow.
No official information could be ob
tained ijr reference to it.
A. A. Johns has received word that
Flagstaff will send a team to Pres
cott to compete in the Fourth of July
races. J he more the merrier.
The senate has confirmed the nom
inations of Fen S. Hildrethand J. M.
Y. Moore as register and receiver re
spectively of the Prescott lanu
A resident of South Montezuma
street, in sinking a well, struck such
a flow of water at a depth of fourteen
feet that he could not handle it with
R. S. Kellogg, connected with the
department of agriculture, left yes
terday for Fay, Kansas, in response
to a telegram announcing the serious
illness of his mother.
A jury was empaneled today for
the trial of Wm. Connors, who is
charged with the murder of George
Bryan, a stock man, in the southern
part of this county some time since.
John Kinney was in town today
from McCabe. His daughter, Miss
Moliic Kinney, has been quite seri
ously ill for about three weeks at the
Henrietta mine with typhoid fever.
Mr. Sparks of the department of
agriculture, who has been in this sec
tion for some time making measure
ments of timber, expects a party to
arrive soon who will prosecute this
work under his direction. Mr. Sparks
will shortly make a trip to various
sections of Arizona to make investi
gations and report on the advisability
of establishing other forest reserves.
The strike at O'Brien's camp is re
ported to have been declared off and
the men have gone back to work at
$3 50 for an eijht hour day, Mr.
O'Brien acceding to the demands of
Kev. H. B. Long preached patriotic
sermons yesterday at the Congrega-
tional church, both morning and i
evening, to large audiences. A fea
ture of the services was patriotic
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Long will
leave tomorrow for California, where
t he v expect to reside. They are com
pelled to make the change on account
of the altitude here being too high
for Mrs. Long.
Ominous and threatening looking
clouds appeared this morning and the
day has lieen quite cloudy, something
very unusual for this section at this
time of vear. It has not resulted in 1
any rain though.
Henry Beard of Prescott and Miss
Mary Martin of England, were mar
ried last evening at 5 o'clock at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. John
Gray. The bride arrived in Prescott
on Saturday evening's train.
W. G. Barney of Buffalo, New
York, arrived in Prescott last evening
for the purpose of locating here. Mr.
Barney is a mining engineer, and has
been employed by Douglas, Later A:
Co. to assist Captain L. D. Phillips
in the examination of mining prop
erties Elsie W. Kirkpatrick, the soprano,
who will sing on the evening of July
2. has a voice of rare sweetness and
powar. She is versatile and has au
extensive repertoire of beautiful
sons. Do not fail to hear her and
incidentally help the cause of Meivv
Wiltnot .Pentland has received a
promotion on the S. F. P. & P. rail
road. He has been iu charge of a
switch eugitie for some time iu the
Pheuix and later in the Ash Fork
yards, and last week was given a
regular run on the road in charge of
a freight engine.
A gentleman who is in town from
Camp Verde, says the Verde river is
lower at the present time thau it has
ever beaa known to le liefore since
the settlement of the Verde valley.
At a point near Camp Verde it i.s
practically dry where water has
always been in abundance before.
Dr. J. B. McXally returned last
evening after au absence of several
months, during which he has taken a
post graduate course in medicine.
He has opened his office in the Law
ler building iu the room formerly oc
cupied by J. D. Wakely as a law
office and has it fitted up very hand
somely. Pensions of i$8 per month have
been granted to Minerva A. Allen of
Cottonwood, H. J. Crum of Provi
dence and J. C. Rogers of Congress.
The pension of J. H. Stocks of Jer
ome has been increased to IB per
month, and that of Richard Whittou
ton of the same place has been in
creased to $6 per month.
Concert for Mercy Hospital, on
Wednesday evening, July 2.
Mrs. R. T. Bass, who has been the
uest of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Moral
for several weeks, will leave this
evening for Douglas for a visit with
her sou, C. M. Bass. She has the
hitter's eleven months' old baby with
her which is a hue, bright and
healthy child now. Mrs. Bass likes
Arizona so well that she thinks of
trying to induce her husband to come
to the territory to locate.
Concert for Mercy Hospital, on
Wednesday evening. July 2.
One of the most sensible things in
conneetion wit lit he work on the plaza
is a drinking fountain which has
been placed at the north end of the
walk. The work generally, which
has been done in the way of leauti
fying the plaza does not seem to meet
with public approval.
Mrs. George C. West left today for
the east to finish her course in art
wood carving under the instruction of
mi r i ill.
Baron von Rvdingsvanl, the cele
brated Swedish sculptor, at present
of New York, but who has his sum
mer studio at Bruuswick. Maine.
Mrs. West took a course of lessons a
year or two ago from the Buron aud
is already quite proficient as an art
carver iu wood.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Another day of wind.
The Journal-Miner makes its bow
to Governor Brodie.
C. M. Gorin of Black can von, left
for Califoftiia today.
Mrs. R. A. Wiiides is up from
Tempe to spend the summer in Pres
cott. Mrs. Win. Theisiug of Crazy Basin
has gone to Portland, Oregon for a
Don't forget the place, Xo. 135 S.
MeCormick street. Everybody in
vited. Wanted immediately, boys aud
eirls to sell Carnival tickets for
Jerome promises to send a large
delegation to Prescott for the Fourth
Miss Norma hern wait will do a
pretty dancing specialty at the con
cert tomorrow evening.
Mrs. John Speck and her two
daughters have returned from a pro
tracted visit to California.
Be sure and attend the entertain
ment at the lawn of Mrs. J. W
Akers, Tuesday night, July 1.
Bill Dugan received another whistle
todav for the calliope. This makes
47 he now has attached to the ma
Miss Kessler of Topeka, Kansas
has been paving a visit to her brother
Fred Kessler of the S. F. P. & P.
Judge rt-e-e Jl. Ling will arrive
on tonight's train from the east, where
he has been for some time ou mining
Hear the "Toreador Song," from
"Girmen," as given by Mr. Tom
Ryan, in costume, at the concert to
Chief Justice Kent administered
the oath of office this morning to Col.
A. O. Brodie. Thereby he became
governor of Arizona.
Skilled palmists will tell your past
present and future with unerring
accuracy at the lawn social at Mrs.
J. W. Akers tonight.
Miss Sharlot M. Hall, Arizona's
poetess and writer, will read one of
her poems at the entertainment at
Mrs. J. W. Akers tonight.
A correspondent writing from Mc
Cabe says: Transfer Jim Sweet,
Missel 1 Joe and Soapy French, were
in McCabe visiting last week.
Be sure and attend the lawn fete
given for the benefit of the free read
ing room at the residence of J. W.
Akers, 135 S. MeCormick street, to
uight. A Meeting of the members of the
Toughs Hose Fire company will be
held at headquarters tonight at 8
o'clock. All members requested to be
The board of supervisors met to
day as a board of equalization. They
will meet in regular quarterly ses
sion as a Ixxird of suervisors next
Wanted Everybody to remember
that at Dake's opera house tomorrow
eveuing a concert will lie given for
the ln-nefit of Mercy hospital. Get
your seats now.
All meat markets in this city will
be closed ou the Fourth of July and
Saturday after 6 p. m. The uight
before the Fourth all shops will be
kept open until 11 o'clock p. m.
R. L. Long yesterday resigned as
territorial superintendent of public
instruction. X. G. Layton of Flag
staff has leeu slated for the position
and was probably ppoiated today.
C. C. Stukey, who was in fiom
Walker yesterday, reports that Mrs.
Stukey is recovering from receut in
juries received by the upsetting of a
stage in which she was a passenger.
Wanted immediately, boys and
girls to sell Carnival tickets for
The trial of William Conners for
the murder of Geo. Bryau is still ou
iu the district court. Conuors took
the stand this afternoon u his own
behalf. It is thought that the case
will be given to the jury this evening.
Mercy hospital benefit on July 2.
at Dake's opera house, should receive
the unqualified support of the Pres
cott public. An excellent musical
program will be rendered and the
prices, 75 cents and SI, are within
reach of all.
R. A. Greenhall has his candy fac
tory in operation next door to the
Journal-Miner office. Mr. Greenhall
understands his business thoroughly
aud there is no reason now why Pres
cott should not be supplied with nice
Prescott Typographical L'aioii Xo.
375, at a regular meeting held June
28, elected G. W. Stitzer and W. F.
Campbell delegates to represent that
body at a meeting of the various
labor organization of Yavapai county
to beheld iu Prescott on July 4.
Ed Shumate has purchased the
Comet saloon aud restaurant and will
remodel tfcc place and open it as a
first class res rt. The restaurant aril
be opeued ou Wednesday. .Mr.
ShoBNttO has always made a success
of everything h undertakes and this
enterprise will uo doubt prove the
The United States civil service
commission announces that 011 Au
gust 11, iy)2. an examination will In
held at the usual places for the posi
tion of teacher in the Indian service.
Information relative to the subjects
and scope of the examin it ion may be
found in section 131 of the manual of
examiuations revised January 1. l'.M)2.
or on application to the secretary of
the local Iward.
The Workmen have just paid to
.1 r. 1 1 i. :i ei njtn il Cll
1 .urs. naipn union c-.omi, tne 11111
amount carried on the life of hei
husband. The promptness with
which fraternal orders are meeting
there obligations here is recommend
ing their to those who desire insur
ance. The old line companies have
none the best of the home lodges,
and all the worst of it iu a compari
son of premiums.- Jerome Reporter.
B. Tilton, the mechanical genius
who doctors all sorts of sick and dis-
1 abied machinery, with headquarters
; next to the Journal-Miner office, has
just completed the construction of a
polishing machine tor .1. Ifaucnard.
proprietor of the granite polishing
works in West Prescott. The ma
chine will !' propelled by the gaso-
i line engine formerly in the Journal
j Miner office, but which refused to
work a printing press. After being
doctored by Tilton it runs the pobak
i iug machine to perfection. The lat
! ter was designed and made i 1 Til-
lou's .shops, and a trial run of it aaa
J proven its merits. If you want any- 1
: thing made or fixed Tilton can do it. i
W. B. Shanks is iu town today
trom the oil well section. He states !
The difference of cost between a good
and a poor baking powder would not
amount for a family's supply to one dol
lar a year. The poor powder would
cause doctors' bills many times this.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is
the most economical in the end, because
it goes further in leavening and insures
perfect, wholesome food.
Used always in making the biscuit
and cake it saves both health and money.
Made from pure, grape cream of tartar,
most healthful ot fruit acids.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
hat good progress is now being
made with the drilling. The hole is !
down now to a depth of 275 feet, the !
Iaa4 thirty-five feet being iu fairly
soft sandstone. R. S. Williams, who
formerly had charge of the drilling,
and who experisnced the series of !
mishaps, has gone to Calfornia, and
the drilling is now in charge of B'red
McConuow, an experienced driller.
Since the latter took charge every
thing has run aloug very smoothly
and good progress is being made with
the well. The indications for strik-
ng oil are said to be very favorable,
1 a.1 a iL . . . .1 .... I, I
the formation to the present depth
Hi--.e.n . 1 ,
U'iug all that could be desired and
such as found in proven oil fields.
A Los Angeles paper gives an ac
count of the finding of a Phenix man,
in the early moruing hours, on the
street in a helpless state of intoxica
tion, and with but few clothes on.
Later, his clothing, with some money
in them, was found in a va?ant lot.
The nin was covered with blood
when found. In commenting ou the
incident the paper in question says:
"How the man got into the lot and
disrobed, he will never be able to tell.
but it is thought that he mistook the
place for the room he had rented at
513J South Spring street, and falling
down a couple of times, cut his head
and bled over his clothes. Ihe so-1
lution of how the Phenician got into j
the vacant lot to disrobe is very ap
naieatt to oue who understands the
habits of the people there. They all
sleep out doors in the summer time,
and this man probably mistook the .
vacaut lot for Five Points or Dublin
Corral and turned in for the uight.
Order of in Which the Line
Parade Will Be Formed.
Parade will legin promptly at 10
o'clock a. m. and will form as fol
lows: FIRST DIVISION.
Right resting on corner Willis and
Grand Marshal Frank E. Andrews 1
Phoeuix Pioneer Bantl.
Co. L, 18th Infantry, under command
Of Capt. E."E. Hatch.
Prescott Fire Department.
Mayor and Council.
Orator of the day.
Ueader Declaration of Independence
Form ou Willis street, west from
Cortez. risrht resting ou comer Cor-
tez aud Willis aud move immediately
as first division passes. This division
embraces the following features:
Societies in Carriages.
LINE OF MAHCH.
On Cortez street south to Carletou;
west on Carletou to Montezuma;
north on Montezuma to Gurley; east
on Gurley to Cortez; south on Cortez
to Goodwin; west on Goodwin to
Montezuma; north on Montezuma to
This last circuit of the plaza is for
the purpose of placing parade iu po-
... .5 !i " - .i;n f
sition to witness exhibition drill ot
Co. L, lsth Infantry, under command
of ( apt. E. E. Hatch. After this ex
hibition parade w ill disband.
Arrangements will be made for
floats aud vehicles competing for
prizes to pass iu review before judges
for awards. Those so competing
should see that their names are duly
entered with the parade committee.
Literary exercises will be held in i
the opera" house at 11 a. m. Hon. R.
E. Sloan, orator of the day. Miss
Elsie Ford, reader Declaration of Iu-
dependence. Prayer by Rev. Har- j
court W. Peck. Music under direc
tion of Mr. Collier.
(Signed) H. D. Aitkeu.
W. C. Bashford,
J. F. Wilson,
Parade aud Literary Committee. .
Prepared for Official Program by
Committee. H. D. Aitkeu,
Uncertain as to Date.
A telegram was received today
from C. F. Gleet! of Topeka. Kansas,
announcing that General Ftnatoa
anil himself will reach Prescott by
the fith of July certain, and probably
sooner. He will proceed to Denver
immediately aud will wire from there
the exact date of their arrival. Mr.
Qanetaoa thinks it prolwble that
thev inav reach here the afteruooti of
July 4. '
WHY' The stomach is weak, the apie
tite is tne and the bowels are constipated.
NothiiiK will do you as much Rood as a
ilosi of Hosteller' Stomach Bittern before
each meal. It will strengthen the stomach,
restore the iipKtite. prevent constipation
and positively cure Indigestion. Dyspepsia.
Biliousness and Malaria. Fever and Ague.
Try a bottle and see for yourself.
Don't accept a substitute.
Note. You cannot, if you value good
health, afford to u?e cheap, low-cnde
baking powders. They are mostly, in
spite of the pure food laws, made from
alum, which endangers the health. All
physicians will tell you that such pow
ders in food are injurious.
A VERY SMALL BLAZE
Caused a Good Scare Among Pro
perty Owners on the Hill on
Prescott's fire department again
proved its efficiency on Saturday
evening. About 6:30 o'clock a vol
ume of smoke was seen issuing from
the residence of Judire J. H. Wri'rht
Gurley street, just on the brow of
,k Uill a,l it n,,,,.,,! :.s if the en-
. ii. .- x 1
tire inside of the building was enve
loped iu fire, judging from the
Luckily when the alarm was
sounded there were a number of
teams on the streets, and the fire ap
paratus was quickly drawn up the
hill and a well directed stream of
water soon had the flames under con
trol, the Dudes beinjj the first to
reach the burning building.
The loss bv the fire was very small.
. but wnsiderable damage was done
byr water. But for the promptness of
! tne department iu subduing the
nallles a disastrous conflagration
I mjgnt have ensued, as the buildings
numerous and close together in
The fire is said to have originated
from the explosion of a coal oil
The following is a
list of letters re-r
maiuing iu the Prescott post office for
the w-ek endioi
June 30. 1902.
Andricks. W M
Atkinson, R E
Baldwin. F G
Ma arte. Chas
Myers. H E
Butterfield. Jennie Miller, H L
i Cole, Haunah
; Cohn. John
Drager. J A
! Dewzy. AUiert C
' DeWeese, B F
J D-iennin, Jno R
' Donald. Minnie A
1 Dinner. Nicholas
Morrison, W A
Powlas. T W
Rohiuson, J C
Reed, F P
Kolerts Mrs A F.W
Rockafeller, H D
Retterman, W H
Russell, A F
Stonev, G F
Soot t," Mr
Sehulters, R C
Sholley. T H
Talley, J L
Thompson G E
Thompson. G A
Taps on, A V
Turnback. N P
Ta-rer. John H
French, C W
Farney, B J
Hughes. J W
Hals, John C
Haskell, C H
; Johnson, J M
' Keunan, C T
Knowles, J A
Lincoln. B C
La rax, Katie
Lan'e, O A
Mct'lellan. W D
McDonald. S C
i Monahan, M. Mrs l llrichs, Carl
Miller. Marv V
Von Wolf. C W
Morgan. F M
Mitnerv, R A
Mitchell. H J
Maupier, Q R
Marlow . E A
Warren. F Miss
Wisson, S E
Willingham, J W
Beltrose, Isac Chacon, Bernade
Dela Ho. F
Gonzalex, Juan 3
for above letters
wiH please say advertised.
A. L. Smith, Postmaster.
Barrow h r'arrell's program of the
4th and 5th of July doiugs will lie a
creditable one, 5,000 strong. They
will send a goodlv number to neigh
boring cities and mining camps. The
events come direct from committees,
making it thoroughly reliable aud au
thentic. Dr. D. L. Conner, the osteopath
physician, has opened his office in the
Bank of Arizona building, on the
second floor, rooms 21. 22 and 41.
The doctor will ! pleased to meet all
his former patients as well as others
who are interested in or need his ser
vices. Diseases of women a specialty.
Consultation free. Phone No. 339. tf
Another ear load of Sehutller wag
ons' and Columbus buggies received
June 25th at F. G. Brecht's. 4-4tf
New Staze Line Between
ijrOihfl mine at 7:.') a. m
in Prescott at IMS a. m
Pre-iott at 2 o'ehvk p. m
rives in M'.'Catieat ; o clock p,
Stage office ( ). K. store.
PETE CO LETT, Driver.
Telephone No. 13.
When in Los Angeles
Stop at the Nadeau, the most cen
trally located hotel in the city.
Reasonable rates given during sum
mer mouths to Arizona visitors, tf
Miss Kodaker ! You
press the button and let
Humphries do the rest.
Rixms 35 aud 36,
The Hero of Manila Tells of
Philippine Affairs During the
Time He Was in Charge.
He Made No Promises to Aguin-
aldo and Did Not Take Any
Stock in Filipino Promises.
Admiral Dewey made a statement
before the senate committee on Phil
ippines on Thursday, concerning the
early operation at Manila, when he
was in command of the American
uaval forces in the Philippine waters.
The admiral's statement contributed
au important addition to the sur
render of the city of Manila. This
consisted of the positive statemeut by
the admiral to the effect that the city
had been surrendered to him at the
time the Spanish fleet was sunk and
when the city did surrender it was in
pursuance to a definite understand
ing between himself and the Spanish
The admiral was questioned by
Senator Lodge. He said he first
heard from Aguinaldo and his friends
about April 1, 1898, a month before
the battle of Manila, when it became
certain that there was to be war. "I
then heard there were a number of
Filipinos who desired to accompany
the fleet to Manila," he continued.
"All of them were young and earnest.
I did not attach much importance to
them or what they said. The day
before we left Hong Kong I received
a telegram from Consul General Pratt
who was located at Signapore, saying
Auguiualdo was there and would
join me at Hong Kong. I replied,
All right. Tell him to come aboard,'
but I attached so little importance to
the message I sailed without Aguin
aldo and before he arrived. There
were then many promises what the
Filipinos would do. but I did not de
pend upon them. Consul Williams
assured me that upon our arrival and
the firing off of the first gun 3.000
Filipinos would rise. None did
and I frequently joked
him on this
R. Baehr for house painting and
naner handne. Telephone Noe.
m r w
168 and 97.
Bate does general viewing work, tf
Go to Kearney's, Courier building.
Go to Bate for your high grade
HeJlo, central, No. 2, please Brisley
Drug company. tf
Come and try a good cold glass of
soda at Hildreth's. tf
A trial order of ice cream and sher
bets at the Imperial. tf
No drink too fancy for the Imperial
artists to mix for you. tf
No headache if you drink at Kear
ney's. Courier building. tf
For choice wines, liquors aud cigars
go to Kearney's. Courier building tf
Take your kodak finishing to
The finest candies to be had at
Shumate & Co., Imperial and Burke.
Drink Heekin's Magnolia" Coffee.
For Sale by The Bashford-Burmlster
Michigan - ; I i'ler by the glass,
gallon or banvi at V. H. Baldwin's
Are your feet tin 1 and ache? They
won't if you use iLldreth's Foot
Our strawlerries arrive every morn
ing. Shumate & Co., Imperial and
Burke block. tf
The nicest little place to go and
enjoy a nice dish of ice cream, is at
the Imperial. tf
DR. F. M. METZGAIL DENTIST,
COOK BUILDING, PRESCOTT.
PHONE 259. tf
The finest lines of cigars and to
baccos at the Imperial and Burke
stores of Shumate & Co. tf
Drink Heekin's "rtlannolia" Coffee
For sale, by The Bashiord-Burmister
If you want something choice, try
a Kansas Citv pork loin at the Citv
Hildreth's Headache Powders cure
a headache. Your money buk if
they fail. tf
Kansas City pork loins received
every Tuesday and Saturday at the
City Market. 3-27tf
Thoroughbred Black Minorca eggs
for setting, SI .00 per dozen. 110 S.
MeCormick street. 4-12-tf
Call up the City Meat Market for a
trial order of those choice K insas
City pork loins. 3-27tf
The only place in town for a gin or
whiskey rickey is the Hoffman Bar,
opposite post office. Try one. tf
For bottle or flask of choice Old
Crow whiskey go to Kearney's, Cour
ier building. tf
When you want mineral waters
don't forget we carry a complete line.
Feu S. Hildreth. tf
Concert for Mercy Hospital on
Wednesday evening. July 2.
All the good people of Prescott and
vicinity are cordially lnvitett to at
tend the -rraiid ball at Doiifjhei ; "s
hall next Thursday night. July 3. 4t
DR. J. HARYEY BLAIN,
DENTIST. BASHFORD BUILD
ING, PRESCOTT. "PHONE 126.
For sale -1,000 pounds, of good j
babbitt metal. For price apply at
this office. tf
Fresh bananas, oranges, lemons,
berries ami other fruits at the Im
perial and Burke block confeetionery
Oliver Jordan, the best ice cream !
maker that ever turned a crank, is the
maker of those tine ice creams at the
U.U . ... lU 1 r-. t
cigar iu Prescott. (Jeue. the cijjar
man has sixteen brands of the finest
5 cent cigars in the market. Take
your choice. tf
Your lady will not love you unless
you buy hercandv from Shumate A
Co.'s Iiii'rial and Burke block con
fectionery stores. . tf
Insure your property with Martin
dell. Horiie & Co., who represent six
teen of the leading American ami
Foreign Fire Insurance compauies.
AU losses promptly aud satisfactory
adjusted by J. H. Clinkscales. who is
a inem'oer of said firm. 3-10-tf
The I. X. L. Bottling Co. of Con
gress will deliver the following gotxls
in any of the towns betweeu Ash
Fork and Phoenix at the prices be
low: Barrel ootls, 6 dozen quarts,
special, for ST per barrel; mm ral
waters, 50 bottles. S5 per case; liquid
blueing, ?f per barrel. Cash ou de
D. S. STANDARD
4, 6, 8, 10, and 12
and Blue Bunting.
Muslin Flags, Etc.
Get your estimates in or
you are liable to get left
Keep in Touch With Eastern Capital jt
I Place Your Stock Promptly.
W. Arthur Stuchlik,
781 W. 12th St. Boulevard. INVESTMENTS. ChicifO, III.
2 Guaranteed Linen Collars 23 C!"
TAe Doublm Triangle Brand Cotlan arm stylish and
comfortable. Tho only collar made with a haauy S
ply seam. Sold by up-to-date merchants everywhere
or 2 samples sent prepaid for 23 cents.p They equal
any quarter collar made. Merchants should write
for our 1902 offer.
IF MONEY SAVED means anything
vou will appreciate TRADING HERE.
fitting Pants appeals to you, you will be surprised to
find such good fabrics, such well-cut, well-made Pants,
at such LOW PRICES. Come and look through our
line of Pants for Man, Boy or Child.
H. W. Laskey & Co.'s.
Lawler Block, Opposite Postoffice.
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.
KELLY i STEPHENS
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
The Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskeys!
A Full Line ol WISES AN1 CIGARS lor the Usneral Trade.
jCay-l'eaipr in W j. LEMP'S Rrewin I'ompany'i Irauht and Bottled Beer.
NorthSi pe of P'aza, - PRESCOTT, ARIZONA j