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THE LOCAL NEWS-.
Frfcm Wednesday's Daily.
A. J. Doran returned last night
from Mohave county.
Mrs. Win. Thomas returned last
night from a visit east.
J. R. Kyau arrived ou the P. and E.
train this morning from McCabe.
F. Edwards is paying a visit to his
uncle A. V. Edwards of this city.
The territorial woman's suffrage
convention convened in Pheuix today.
John Lawler returned on last
night's traiu from a visit to Los An
geles. W. R. Owen, a prominent citizen of
Sublett, fill ia. arrived in Prescott
Jack (ireeu has organized a mining
company to a property iu Coco
Paul A. Johus returned this morn
ing from a visit to the Bragauza Miu
ing prop rl . .
L. A. Craut. the well known rail
road contractor, is visiting his grading
can. i - in Arizona.
V. R. Salinger. sueriuteudeut of
the Victor mine m ar Walker, is regis
tered at t hi Bfto.
Geo. P. Harriiurtou came in last
evening from tin- liradi-haw mountains
where he is engaged in mining.
Miss Harriet ' ' vi r. of Prescott.
ha.- received h iegis-lative apKint
ment being journal clerk of the house.
Mrs. L.:kr. who recently moved to
Prescott. from Kingman, has received
an appointment .1.- committee clerk of
the legi-latun .
Mrs. Dr. Kendall, who has been vis
iting her friend. Mrs. F. E. Andrews
for the past mouth, left today for her
home in Los Angeles
David r'iuuie came in today from
Cherry Creek. where he is running the
boarding bouse for the Lion Gold
J. W. Francis, an ex-sheriff of Co
conino county, is now engaged in
mining at Walker and is said to be
meeting with goo 1 success.
Fen S. Hildreth who has been in
Phenix attending the opening of the
legislature, returned on this morn
Mrs. R R. Coleman arrived on this
morning's train trom Pheuix. where
she has beeu r-peuding the past few
days visitiug tnends.
Olio Strodthoff. formerly of Je
rome, who ha:- lieeu iu Prescott for a
few days on business, left on this
morning's train for L06 Angeles.
Miss Mason, one of the new school
teachers was taken sick yesterday
afternoon and was comelled to dis
miss the pupils in her room.
Dr. McDonald, who is associated
with Dr. Loouey. at McCabe. came in
on this morning-!- traiu. to spend a
few days in Prescott on business.
Chas. J. Oeorge. the prominent pro
moter, and who has leeu spending
the past few days iu Prescott. return
ed to Los Augele his home, ou this
H. Meyer, the general representa
tive of Keefer A Son. wholesale liquor
house of Los Angi les. left for the
northern part of the territory on this
H. J. Summers who nas lieeu viit
ing Prescott for the past few days, in
the im crest of the Raiuer Brewery and
Malt company, left ou this morning's
train for Los Angeles.
George Schuermau and J. R. Lowry
of Prescott have been appointed del
egates to the national convention of
American road makers which is to be
held at Detroit February 13 and 14.
Hugo R. Johnson, the multi-millionaire
capitalist of New York City,
and the owner of the famous Sultan
mine at Hillside.arrived on this morn
ing's traiu from eai-tern points.
In the report of the Monday club
meeting meution of two of the leading
papers of the afteruoou were omitted.
They were by Mr. J. V. Shepard and
Mrs. Garver. leaders for the afternoon
and the subject of each was education.
Under Sheriff Piatt today received
a telegram from Sheriff Roberts, from
Boston, stating that he will leave
there this evening with J. T. Hinds.
The announcement that he left there
last week was incorrect.
Editor Keane St. Charles, evidently
learned some things worth knowing
during ta's first term as legislator and
has put the knowledge to good use.
"i ue the list of comimttee clerks
appointed in the house yesterday ap
pears the name of Mrs. Keane St.
Our contemorary publishes a con
undrum this morning the climax to
which is : "Where in thunder is La
Cross?" Don't know, sonny, but
rather think he -ueaked away on that
"special" which the Courier reporter
was chasing on .Monday evening.
J. H. Brook house. Armour's Packing
comiiany. territorial representative,
who has lieeu spending a vacation
traveling through Texas and the mid
dle west, returned on last night's
train. Mr. Brook house states that he
had a plea-ant trip and enjoyed his
vacation very much.
Robert Weiist. Sam Cracker, and
Mr. and Mrs. S. Bruner arrived on
last evening's train from Ciucinuati.
The gentlemen composing the party
are interest ed in the Caloctiu mine
which is being developed under the
au peri ut endeucy of H. Blauvelt. Mr.
Weust ha- been here several times,
but this i- the first visit of the others.
The party went to the Caloctiu mine
today accompanied by F. R. Stewart
and H. Hlanvelt. aud will remain
there until tomorrow.
The andieuce v Inch was present at
the Mechanics" Pavilion last night
completely filled the building. The
Royal Italian Band has steadily gain
ed in public estimation at each per-
formance.and last night at the "Army!
and Navy" concert the enthusiasm j
was unbounded. The programme was
an excellent one. and as every uumler!
was encored the opportunity for the
promised national aud patriotic music
was not wanting. These Italian- in
fuse an ainouut of ardor and snap into
their rendering of national music
which is noticeably alsent in the
perfm malices of these airs by Ameri
can musicians. The consequence is
that one is moved at once to outward
demonstrations of loyalty, such as
standing up with uncovered head and
-heeriug vociferously. San Francisco
They will appear at Dake opara
house Thursday, January 2!.
L. Cro-dale. the western representa
tive rQattal Candy company, of
Chicago, is visit ing his many custom
ers iu the city aud he states that his
business has increased fifty per cent
in Prescott during the past six
Prescott mission, 'Hi S. Montezuma
street. Gospel meeting every evening
except Monday, at 7 :'30, and Sunday
at 3 p. m. The co-operation of all
Christian people is earnestly invited.
Rev. Taft, of the First Baptist church,
will perach this, Wednesday, evening.
All are cordially iuvited. Come
and bring your friends.
Henry W. Gates, representing the
supreme lodge of the A. O. U. W.
writes to W. S..Goldsworthy from Mo-
renci, that he has been meeting with
great success in organizing lodges,
having installed a lodge of twenty
eight members in Clifton, Arizona,
last week, and in the town of Morenci
where he is now. he has so far taken
the names of eighteen applicants for
a membership for a lodge at that
place. Mr. Gates is one of the tiest in
his line in the business as our local
lodge can verify, having placed the
A. O. U. W. lodge of this city from a
membership roll of eighty-tire to one
hundred and thirty-five.
From Thursday's Daily.
Jim Rybon is in town from McCabe.
J. W. Smith, of Octave, arrived on
this morning's train.
H. Voge left on this morning's train
for Jerome on business.
Young man. take your sweet heart
to the butterfly social next Saturday
Dr. J. W. Flinn left ou last night's
train for Castle Creek to take a much
C. F. Emerson, the commercial
man, arrived from Pheuix on this
Archambeau and Van Aleu are hav
ing a new sign painted ou their Win-
sor saloon and restaurant.
Miss Amy Nelson, who has been in
Phenix for the past week, visiting re
turned on this morning's train.
Dr. O. K McDonald left ou last
night's train for Phenix aud Tucson
where he will visit friends for a few
Grant Carter of Kirkland. accom
panied by his wife, are spending a few
days in Prescott, registered at the
T. J. Norton, general attorney for
the S. F. P. and P. R. R.. accom
panied by his sister, came up from
Phenix on this morning's train.
V. R Salinger returned to Walker
this morning. Mr. Salinger states
that everything is progressing nicely
at his mine and Wlaker is lively.
Mrs. F. M. Murphy is expected to
return on this evening's train from
Los Angeles where she has leen visit
ing her mother Mrs. E. W. Meauy.
G. W. Sarrauo. of the Ideal Com
pany, is preparing a new map of Yav
apai county. It will show the loca
tions of the various mines in the
Otto Kaiser, the genial commercial
man. and representative of more
wholesale houses than any drummer
that visits the city is in town, regis
tered at the Burke.
H. A. Pease, editor and proprietor
of the Holbrook Argus and manager
of the Winslow Mail, and R D. Mor
gan, have purchased the Gallup. New
The United States civil service com
mission announces that ou February 1
21. 1'.I3. un pynnii'intion will Ive held
at the usual place for the position
of Hebrew interpreter in the immigra
F. X. O'Brien, the prominent mining
man who has been in the city for the
past few days, looking after some min
ing properties that he and eastern cap
italists are interested in. left on this
morning's train for Chicago.
The legislature has appointed the
usual committees to investigate public
institutions, and appropriated ?700 to
pay the expenses of the committee.
In order to permit them to perform
their labors au adjournment has beeu
taken till Monday.
Mrs. A. V. Kautz and her two
daughters have taken the first floor
of the Johnson residence iu West Pres
cott where they expect to reside in
the future. Mrs. Simpson has en
gaged the second story of the same
building and will occupy it on Febru
ary 1. She also intends to take a lease
on the Oliver house and conduct
a large boarding and lodging house.
Jack Clunen. an old time miner of
this section, returned a few days
since from the Klondike country,
where he has been for several years.
He and M. J. Hickey and Pat Toomey
who came to Arizoua at the same time
and who worked together had a sort
of reunion yesterday at which old
time experiences were recounted.
Jesse F. Scott took a dose of rough
on rats yesterday on account of fam
ily troubles and died from the effects
of it last evening after the Journal -Miner
had gone to press. Deceased
was a son of J. W. Scott, who has
been employed by a lumber company
here for several years. He had Vieen
employed by Mrs. French in her
M. B. Hazeltiue's j alalia I residence
on Mt. Vernon street is rapidly ap
proaching completion and will be
ready for occuaney within the next
month or two. It is quite an imposing
structure, and the plans of the inte
rior particularly are as nearly com
plete and perfect, as it is possible for
a residence to he. nothiug apparently
haviug been overlooked that would
add to the comfort or convenience of
W. T. Richardson, an old time resi
dent of Prescott. returned here yes
terday after an aliseuce of seven years.
He has lieen kept busy ever since his
arrival by shaking hands with his old
friends. He has leeu living iu Cali
fornia for the past several years but
1 has returned here to take up his resi
i deuce again. Mrs. Richardson and
her daughter Miss Pearl are iu New
York where the latter is 1 laying in
The (Jermau aud Kuglish secialists
who have lieen visiting Prescott
monthly have successfully removed a
tumorous growth known to the med
cal world as a fibo cistric tumor from
the shoulder of Mrs. Apple, living
near Prescott. The marvelous cures
effected by these specialists stamps
them as a No. 1 physicians. Mrs.
Apple is now able to attend the spec
ial sale of skirts and waisl- at the S3
West Gurley Street Store.
Hugo R Johnson, the prominent
multi-millionaire from New York
who arrived in the city yesterday ac
companied by W. D. Washburn ami
H. L. Montague, superintendent and
general manager of the famous Sul
. tan mine, left for the alxive named
I mine yesterday afteruoou. where Mr.
Johnson will look over his mine with
I the intention of making some im-
provements of a vast nature, which
will be of great benefit to the prop
erty. Some attractive features of the
Mardi Gras marquerade ball will be
Loi Fuller's beautiful skirt dance
which will be danced by two young
ladies, also vocal duets. There will
be no intoxicating liquors allowed in
the hall and no profane language.
Show your hand at the door as to your
color and no questions asked. Do not
miss this rriday, January .SO. Cos
tumes will arrive Saturday from San
Francisco and may be rented from
Mr. Shumate or at the hall. l-.
Miss Adele Emanuel received a let
ter from her sister Louise, who left
some time back to visit some relatives
in Spokane. Wash., stating that she
arrived at her destination all right,
having stopped over in Stockton one
day on account of a wreck which oc
curred on the Santa Fe road near
Stockton which she was in. Fortun
ately no one was hurt. She also
writes that she had a very eujoyable
trip and is in love with California on
account of such beautiful scenery,
flowers and fruits that could be no
ticed through the entire state.
A committe from the legsilature
consisting of three members from the
house and two from the council,
passed through on this morning's
tran for Flagstaff, where they will in
spect the Territorial Normal School
at that place.'and ascertain the condi
tion of affairs in referene to changes
that are contemplated being made for
the improvement of the institution.
The arty will perhaps visit the Grand
Canyon before returning to Phenix.
The committee consisted of Childs
and Rice from the council.and White
sides. Cortett and Shilling from the
house, the latter being accompanied
by his wife. T. J. Norton, attorney
for the Santa Fe railroad company ac
From Friday's Daily.
E. A. Haggott left on this morning's
train for Mayer.
J. H. Lee is in town today from the
J. W. Jackson of Kirkland arrived
in town yesterday.
Geo. Rohpeter was in town today
from Agua Fria.
Mrs. S. M. Watstrum and son will
leave tonight for Castle Creek hot
The funeral of the late William
Sachs took place this morning at 11
Mrs. McGill left on this morning's
train for Los Angeles to visit friends
W. G. Blakely of Kingman, came in
on last evening's train for a brief visit
on professional business.
Mrs. M. Hurt let 1 leaves on this
evening's train for Phenix where she
will visit friends who reside there.
H. M. Mans, manager of the T'rescott
business of P. Mohn & Co., left last
night for a brief business trip to Phe
nix. Misses Fisher and Drake returned
on this morning's train from Phenix
where they have been visiting for the
Rev. A. M. Gibbons, who has beeu
confined to his bed all week with an
attack of the grippe, is reported to be
Jack Jeager. who has charge of all
the surveying of the S. F. P. and P.
R. R.. came up from Phenix on this
Joace P. Scott, who committed sui
cide ou Wednesday was buried this af
ternoon from the undertaking parlors
of S. A. L ogan.
Mrs. F. M. Murphy, who returned
to Prescott last evening from Los An
geles, will leave in a few days for the
east to join her husband.
Rev. S. F. Fairfield, of Jerome, will
arrive in Prescott tomorrow and will
hold services morning and evening in
the Methodist church on Sunday.
C. C. Hall, the well known commer
cial broker, of Albuquerque, arrived
on this morning's train from Phenix
and is registered at thi Surke.
H. Van Alen of the firm of vr
chambeau A Van Aleu, who has been
visiting the city the past few days, re
turned to Ash Fork on this morning's
V and Mrs. P. Mohn, of Phenix.
are rejoicing over the birth of a son.
Mr. Mohn is senior member of the
firm of P. Mohn A Co., undertakers,
F. A. Jewell, a prominent business
man of Los Angeles, is visiting the
city iu view of investigating some of
our valuable mining properties situ
ated in Yavapai county.
Mrs. D. D. Philips, wife of Mr.
Philips, of the Burmister Jc Sons com
pany, is re(xrted to be very ill in Los
Angeles. It is to be hoped that she
will recover from her sickness by her
Judge C. F. Ainsworth at one time
attorney general for the territory, and
who is now the corporation lawyer for
the Phenix eWtric light aud wrt"r
works, passed through on this morn
ing's train, en rem e to Chicago on
The Eagles held a social session
last evening at their hall, which was
well fitted for the occasion. Quite an
elaborate literary programme was ren
dered and refreshments were served
and every body present enjoyed them
selves. The Kagles have established
a reputation as entertainers and are
keeping it up.
W. T. Little, the well known manu
facturer of the St. Elmo cigar and
other lines of cigars, left ou this
morni g's traiu tor the northern part
of the territory. Mr. Little has an
excellent trade throughout the terri
tory which he says is increasing right
Don Carlos B. Lee. son of J. H. Lee
of the American ranch. went last week
to San Diego, for the purpose of tak
ing a complete course iu assaying and
milling His father says when he re
turns be will be mired in red leather
boots up to his kuees. brass buttons
all over his clothes and chock full of
gold and silver microbes III fact a
full Hedged mining expert.
W. J. Wilsey. presiding officer of
the Kagles Aerie in Prescott. has in
corporated the Eagles Building and
Investment company with a capitali
zation of HM.000. The company pro
poses to erect a large building which
w ill Vie used for lodge and business I
From Saturday's Daily
P. L. Warren. of Congress, is send
ing a few days in Prescott.
Judge R. K. Sloan came up from
Phenix on this morning's traiu.
A nimilier of windows have ban
placed in the new school building
Dr. Rojier is expected to return to
night from his visit to California.
D. A. Syme. representing Reid,
M unlock ,V Co., wholesale grocers, of
Chicago, is iu town.
Chas. W. Herndon returned on this
morning's traiu from a trip to Phe
nix. L. A. (irant, the well known con
tractor, has returned to Present (.after
a visit to the various grading camps I
which he has located at different parts I
of the territory. He will leave tomor
row for Los Angeles where he makes
J. W. Smith, manager of the Octave
company's store, at Octave, will leave
for home tonight.
Francis Cogiu. one 6T the principal
owners of the Augusta. Ga.. Chronicle,
is dead at Nashua, N. H . aged 82.
Miss Fannie Elliott has taken a po
sition as stenographer and tpye writer
for Forest Supervisor F. R. Stewart.
W. A. Drake, general superinten
dent for the S. V. P. aud P. R. R. ar
rived on this morning's train from
Col. J. F. Wilson who has been at
tending the supreme court at Phenix,
arrived on this morning's traiu from
J. C. Herndon. who has been in
Phenix for the past ten days, attend
ing supreme court, returned home on
this morning's train.
H. P. Haskell left on this morning's
train for Hot Springs, where he will
try aud recuperate his health, which
has been failiug him of late.
Mrs. E. D. Treadwell accompanied
by her sister. Miss Irene Frauklin.
left ou this morning's train for San
Francisco where they will visit their
parents for a short time.
Supreme court has adjourned in
Phenix until February when a case
will be heard. On March 20 it will
meet again to render opinions in
cases already tried.
Mrs. N. B. Lichliter. sister of Mrs.
Tom Shultz. arrived iu Prescott last
evening from her home at Joplin,
Missouri. After a few days visit here
she will return to her home accom
panied by her mother. .Mrs. (Iriswold.
The annual meeting of the free
reading room will le held next Wea
nesday night. January 28. in the read
ing room. All citizens are invited to
be present as the election of officers
and directors for t he ( c " ling year will
The Mexicai. who was shot last Sun
day night is reiKited to be improv
ing, and if blood poisoning does not
set in. the chances are that be will
get well. Up to the present time the
would-be assassin has not been appre
hended, but the officers are sure that
his capture will soon be affected.
Superintendent of Schools J. B.
Jolly returned last night from Ash
Fork. Seligman. Jerome Junction,
and other points, where he has been
inspecting the schools. Superinten
dent Jolly stated that he had a v?ry
pleasant trip and that all the schools
are doing nicely, being in a good con
dition and well attended.
It is said that Lautry Brothers will
employ 3,000 men and 1,500 teams
within the next thirty days in grading
the Santa Fe cut off in New Mexico.
They have established headquarters at
Belen, but will have three grading
camps. One will be ten miles from
Belen, another twenty miles and an
other thirty miles. The latter two
will lie in Alio canyon, where the
heaviest work will be done.
James Cashius returned this morn
ing from a trip to Phenix and Tempe,
looking after the grading on the P.
and E. R.R. He says that he expects to
complete the contract of twenty-five
miles now un-'er way there within the
next thirty or forty days. While good
progress is being made on the Crown
ed King road the work is very heavy
and he says it will take nine months
yet to complete it. Mr. Cashin has
rented a house in Tempe and Mrs.
Cashin and the baby are living there
now and will remain there until warm
weather commences, when they will
return to Prescott. Mrs. Cashin's
sister is residing with her at present.
What's In a Name.
Everything is in the name when it
comes to Witch Haze Salve. E. C.
DeWitt & Co. of Chicago discovered
sine years ago how to make a salve
from witch hazel that is a specific for
piles. For blind, bleeding, itching
and protruding piles, eczema, cuts,
burns, bruises and all skin diseases
DeYVitt's salve has no equal. This
has given rise to numerous worthless
counterfeits. Ask for DeWitt's the
genuine. Brislev Drug Co., Feu S.
THE CLOSING SESSION
Of Woman's Suffragists Convention at
Pheuix a Very Interesting One. j
The last day's session of the Wo
n 1 .'s Equal Suffrage convention heTo
8T4 an hour later ban the appointed"
time in order to give time for the dis
cussion iMtd business necessary in clos
ing the . sion. Twenty-three dele
gates were st itedjand the morniug'ses
sion was tab 1 up with arranging 'a
plan of work I r the local clerk of the
territory. The afternoon was devoted
to the election of officers and the
adoption of resolutions and plan of
work and the a ranging the various
business necessary iu carrying on the
work for the next two years. The fol
lowing is the list of officers elected :
President Mr-. H. F. Robinson,
Vice president-at-large - Mrs. Nel
lie Sullivan. Sal ord.
Recording secretary Mrs. F. M.
Doan. Floret ( e.
Correspon lii ; secretary Mrs. Ada
I Treastirei Mrs. Irwin. Mesa.
Auditor Y t. Bird of Nozales.
Auditor Mrs. Elizabeth Talbot.
Memb- r of national committee
-iUo. i'rai ces W. Munds. Prescott.
The following county vice presi
dents were elected:
Apache county Mrs. Berry.
Cochise Mrs. Miutou.
(iila Mrs. Mosher.
Maricopa Mrs. Blumet.
Mohave Mrs. Judge Murphy.
Navajo Mrs. Mary West.
Santa Cruz Mrs. Doherty.
Pinal Mrs. Judge Doan.
(iraham Mrs. Coleman.
Yavaai Mrs. J. L. Munds.
Resolutions of thanks were extended
to all who had in any way contributed
to the success of the convention and
helped to'make it the grand success it
was. Special mention was made of
the press which has recorded in full
the proceedings of the convention,
some of the newspapers having reiort
ers present at each session.
A rising vote of thanks was extend
ed Mrs. Eugene Brady O. Neill who
has served iu so faithfully for five
years as president, aud to Dr. Frances
Wartls who has gone over the territory
and tloue such effective work in organ
izing surffage chilis. In two short
months she has organized twenty-one
alibi with a membership of more
than three hundred which shows that
no other movemeut is absorbing the
interest of the thinking public as the
suffrage movement is. There will lie
a banquet tonight given in honor of
the delegates with toasts and re
simnses. Your correspondent will
have the pleasure of giving a toast.
cure Sick Headache. Souj
macli. Indigestion. Dvsitepsia.
Constipation. Malaria. Fever and
Ague, you should take the Bitters at
once. No other remedy is so effective
or has such a
it. (Jive it a
record of cures Iwck of
THE IRON KING MINE
The Mill on Above Mine of the
American Copper Company
Large Party of Officers and Stock
holders Due to Arrive Sun
day and Visit Property.
Ben Blanchard, general manager of
the American Copper company's min
ing properties, who was iu the city
today on business stated that he had
just received a wire from A. S. Kim
berly, who is secretary and treasurer,
for the above company, that a party
of stockholders and officers of the
company had arrived at Williams,
and would visit the Grand Canyon to
day and tomorrow, before coming to
Prescott. They will arrive here on
Sunday evening in a special Pullman
car, spendiug the night in Prescott
aud on Monday they will leave for
Mayer, where they will visit their
mining properties which are near
there. Mr. Blanchard states that the
party consists of some of the most
prominent business men and capital
ists of New York. Kansas City. Chi
cago and Detroit who are stockholders
in the company. The party is in
charge of A. S. Kimberly.and the fol
lowing is the list of names that com
J. H. Burham, president, New York,
Thos. J. Roberts, vice president.
Thos. P. Wallace, New York.
C. Frank Boughton. New York.
Joseph C. Downes, New York.
W. C. Taber. New York.
Geo. H. Hi rI -all. New York.
J. R. Greasou, New York.
A. S. Kimberly, New York.
Edwin R. Butler. New York.
A. S. Whitsell, New York.
Franklin W. Palmer. New York.
W. Stebbins Smith. New York.
J. B. Mellen, New York.
M. J. Fenton, New York.
J. Albert Lee, New York.
O. A. Van Derlyu, New York.
Dr. J. R. Moechel, Kansas City.
O. W. Plulbrook, Kansas City.
H. L Nickolett, Kansas City.
Frank A. Faxon, Kansas City.
B. W. Kendall, Chicago.
Frank Stutz. Chicago.
F. C. Stoepel, Detriot.
G. L. McPherson, Detriot.
Judge Wm. N. Ryan, Plainfleldt
The company is at present working
three shifts, aggregating fifty men.
They are sinking a shaft to a depth
of 220 feet on the Iron King mine, to
intersect'a tunnel, in 1,000 feet. They
have encountered a solid body of
black sulphide ore eleven feet wide
in doing this work and the property
is looking in splendid condition.
A new WO.OOO mill is also well un
der way and a spur from the railroad
has been built to this mill. The
property is in good shape for inspec
tion by its stockholders who cannot
fail to be gratified at the work done
by Mr. Blanchard as well as the suc
cess he has achieved in opening up
the property, which gives promise
soon of becoming a dividend payer.
January 20. C F Riblet
Reese and E L McLallen to
(ilass and wife, deed to lot 4, blk 8.
Will M Glass and wife to State Mut
B and L Ass, mortgage on lot 4. blk
8, Prescott. 8800.
E W Fisher and wife to J H Aagard.
deed to Bell Buoy, Ocean Bell et al
mines. Castle Creek district. BL
Yee Chung Hi to Yee Lim, deed to
half of lot 23, blk E Prescott. HG0.
W J Mulvenon and wife to F Seopcl,
deed to lot 6 and n 1-2 of lot 8. blk
19, Prescott, 81,500.
F Scopel and wife to P Gautriand
and wife deed to w 00 feet of lot C and
n 1-2 of lot 8, blk 19, Prescott, RL43&
T W Otis and wife to Reliecca E
Gardner, deed to lots 17. 19. 21 and
BL blk 20. Otis add.. 8525.
Ellen G Kendall et al to Medalia
Andrews, deed to lots 15 and 17, blk
9. Prescott. 81.000.
Medalia Audrews and husband to
Ellen G Kendall, mortgage on lots 15
and 17, blk 9, Prescott. 82.200.
January 21. A E Smith to Geo
Parker, deed to half of Hiawatha
mine, Turkey Creek district, 81,000.
Estate of R L Morrison et al. min
ors, to Annie M Armitage, deed to s
1-2 of lot 8 and n 1-2 of lot 10, blk
28. Prescott, 8300.
Lizize A Morrison and husleud to
Annie M Armitage, deed to lot 0 and
n 1-2 of lot 8, blk 28, Prescott, 82,550.
Annie M Armitage and husbaud to
State Mut B and L Assn. mortgage on
lots 8, 8. and n 1-2 of lot 10, blk 28,
0 Libardon and G P Harrington
file a of a work on numerous mines
in Tiger district.
F A Biffar and W B Snyder affidavit
of Shaudonmeut of Gold Farm mine.
Cherry Creek dist.
C M Husted files a of a work on
Husted and Dividend mines, Hassay
R A Tuckey to I A Moore and E W
French, deed to a third of Cactus
mine. Walnut Grove district. 81.
1 A Moore and E W French to R A
Tuckey, deed to a ninth of Cactu-.
Peoria and Angora mines. Waluut
Grove district, 81.
T W Otis antl wife to Geo Parker,
deed to lots 1. 2, 7 aud 8, blk 9, Otis
C R Loomis to Myrtle Gold Mg Co.
deed to a quarter of Mt Heckley, Min
nie No 1 et al mines. Black Hills dis
J. P. Bander files a of a work on
Palestine and Amega mines. Kureka
H Brinkmeyer to A Heller, release
of mortgage. 81.500.
Seventeen mining location notices.
January 22. Jas Mahoney to F X
O'Brien, deed to Home-take. Cable.
Hliick Bear. Golden Crown et al
mines. Black Rock district. 825,000,
FX O'Brien to Interior Mg aud
Trust Co. deed to Home-take. Cable.
Black Bear, Golden Crown et al
miues. Black Roch district. 81.400,000.
II H Bates vs 1) C and H C Thorne.
judgment ou Goodcnuff mine. Kureka
W .1 Wilsey. K H Hurmister. L D
Hall. T C Archer et al. incorporate
Eagles' Investment and Huildiug Co;
capital stock. 8150.000.
Columbia B and L Assn to F S Wil
liams antl wife, release of mortgage
Leopold Walloth files a of a work
on Prolific group et al mines. Walnut
Dick Wick Hall to Oro Grande Exp
anil Dev Co, deed to Mother Lode
mine. Black Rock dist., 81.
E E Breed to Trustees of Arizona
Lodge No. 1, 1. O. O. F.. deed to a
third of Vermont er. Sunrise et al
mines. Hassayampa district, 8250.
G Hathaway to Commercial Trust
Co, mortgage on lots 7, 9, 11, IS. 19,
21 and 23, blk G. ami lots ML 18, 20
aud 22. blk in. Prc-ctt.
DeMuud Lumber Co to J R Boyer,
release of lien. SloT. ML
Mary Baker i. Eddy.
Concord, N. H.. January 14: In
view of the circulation of certain crit
icisms trom the peu of Mark Twain,
I snbmit the following statement:
It is a fact, well understood, that I
begged the students who first gave me
the endearing appellate "mother" not
to name me thus. But without my
consent that word spread like wild
fire. I still must think the uame is
not applicable to me: I stand in rela
tion to this century, as a Christian
discoverer, founder, and leader. I re
gard self-deification as plasphemous:
I may be more loved, but I am less
lauded, panqiered. provided for. and
cheered, than others lief ore me anil
wherefore? Ik-cause Christian Scieuce
is not yet popular, ami I refuse adu
lation. My first visit to the Mother Church
after it was built anil dedicated
pleased me. ami the situation was sat
isfactory. The dear members wanted
to greet me with escort aud the riug
iug of bells, but I declined, aud went
alone iu my carriage to the church
entered it. aud knelt iu thauks upon
the steps of its altar. There the fore
splendor of the lieginiiing- of truth
fell mysteriously upon my spirit. I
believe iu one Christ, teach oue
Christ, know of but one Christ. I le-
lieve in but oue incarnation, oue
Mother Mary, ami know I am not that
one. aud never claimed to lie. It
suffices me to learn the Science of the
Scriptures relative to this subject.
Christian Scientists have no quarrel
with Protestants. Catholic-, or any
other sect. They need to lie under
stood as following the divine Princi
ple God, Love and uot imagined to
be unscientific worshipers of a human
In the aforesaid article, of which I
have seen only extracts. Mark Twain's
wit was uot wasted in certain direc
tions. Christian Science eschews di
vine rights in human beings. If the
individual governed human cou.-cious-
uess, my statement of Christian
Science would be disproved, but to
understand the spiritual idea is essen
tial to demonstrate Scieuce and its
pure monotheism, one God, oue
Christ, no idolatry, no human pro pa
ganda. Jesus taught and proved that
what feeds a few feeds all. His life
work subordinate I the material to the
spiritual, and he left this legacy of
truth to mankind. His metaphysics
not the sport of philosophy, reli
gion, or Science, rather is it the pith
and finale of them all.
I have uot the inspiration or aspira-
lon to lie a first or second Virgin
Mother her duplicate, antecedent, or
subsequent. What I am remains to lie
proved by the good I do. We need
much humauitv. wisdom, and love to
perform the functions of foreshadow-
ng and foretasting heaven within us.
This glory is molten in the furnace of
ROOSEVELT OH HEAR HUNTING.
The President Savs if He Could He
Would Go Off Entirely Alone.
President Roosevelt is seriously con
sidering the advi.-ability of putting
away his rifles, hunting knives aud
buckskin clothing until he leaves the
White House. If he abandon.- the
hase for the time being, it will not
be because he loves the smrt less than
of yore, but liecause he does uot wish
to figure in the future a.- the central
character iu a wild west performance.
"From the pictures it. the aapan, "
said the president shortly after his re
turn from the Mississippi bear bunt,
"one who did not kuow the facts
would suppose 1 always go hunting
accompanied by a brigade of writers
and a battery of photographers. The
truth of the matter is that I'd go ab
solutely alone ifI could.
"Ou the Mississippi trip I was in
the hands of my friends and had noth
ing to do with the arrangement- at
the camp. Had 1 lieeu conducting the
hunt myself. I might, perhaps, have
managed some things a little differ
ently. In the fir.-t place, as soon as 1
reached the camp. 1 discovered that
my host did not look uhiu me as an
able-bodied man erteetly willing to
rough it with them at any stage of the
game. They had an idea that I ought
to be kept packed iu cotton wool, and
there was a constant fear in their
minds that if they spoke in a loud
tone of voice or made an unguarded
movement I would fall off my ilestal
aud be broken in three or four pieces.
They were exceedingly solicitous
about my health aud insist ed upon
having a floor built for the tent in
which I slept. I was a good deal more
anxious to have a bear than that floor.
"It took about half the time dowu
there to convince my friends that I
was just a plain, ordinary hunter very
anxious for results ami not at all
afraid of the night air. But I had a
slpendid time, even if I did not get a
bear, and am very glad indeed I made
the trip. The next time I go hunting
there or anywhere else. I shall take
more time. Luck often counts against
a hunter very much in a short space
of time, but it is Imund to equalize
itself eventually. It is the same with
almost everything else: the element
of luck will strike au average in the
long run." From "Affairs at Wash
ington." iu January National.
ONE' HUNDRED DOLLAKS A BOX.
Is the value H. A. Tisdale. Sum
mertou, S. C, places ou DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. He -ays: "1
had the piles for 20 years. I triad
many doctors anil medicines, but all
failed except DeWitt'.- Witch Hazel
Salve. It cured me." It is a com
' i nation of the healing procrties of
, itch Hazel with antiseptics and
emollients; relieves and H-rmauently
cures blind, bleeding itching and pro
t niding piles, sores, cuts, bruises,
eczema, salt rheum ami all skin dis
eases. Brisley Drug Co.. Feu S. Hil
dreth. RECIPE FOR WHITEWASH.
The following information is worth
preserving by any one who has occa
sion to Hi whitewash : To make the
whitewash which has been used for
more than thirty year- 111 the White
house at Washington ami outhe light
bouses maintained by the government
along the coasts take a half bushel ot
; uuslacked lime, slack it with Ixiilitig
water, cover during the process to
I keep the steam, drain the liquid
j through a fine sieve or strainer, and
add to it a peck of salt, previously
dissorled iu warm water: three
pounds of ground rice boiled toa thin
paste ami stirred iu while hot. half a
pound of Spanish whiting and one
pound of glue, previously dissolved
by soaking in water in a small pot
hung iu a larger one filled with water.
Add five gallons of hot water to the
mixture, stir well and let it stand for
a few days covered. It should lie ap
plied hot. for which purpose it can le
kept in a portable furnace. A little
black ami yellow eebtO added will
give it a brownish tint and red ochre
will give it a reel tint if you desire.
Do not mix the ochre with oil.
ELECTRIC POWER PLANT.
It is reported that the Western Elec
trical company is negotiating for the
purchase of the Bonelli ranch at the
mouth of the Virgin river aud that a
great dam will lie put in there for
power purposes. Representatives of the
company are expected in Kingman in
a few days to go to Bonelli Ferry,
where they will launch a small boat
and pass t'own the Colorado river for
the purpose of making a thorough ex
amiuatiou of the Black Canyon to
view out a suitable site for a dam for
power purposes. This compauy is one
of the most powerful electrical con
cerns in the world and capable of in
stalling au immense plaut iu that sec
tion. They have had experts over the
ground several times in the ast year
and kuow just what they are doiug.
The installation of a plant of this na
ture in that country mean- great
things to mine aud mill owners of
WOMEN AT POKER,
"Spend the evening with us," wrote
Mrs. V., society swell, anil wound up
with this: "We indulge in a little
game of draw after supper, so bring
your check book along." The guest
is a well known soldier, blunt and
straightforward. The next day he
told me all almut it. "I supposed
that iu such a distinguished company
we would have a 1 -cent limit at the I
utmost, so imagine mv astonishment :
when the hostess announced 810!
There were six at my table three of
either sex. Their names are often in
the papers and they drive in carriages.
Oue woman won everything. Never
saw so much luck.or skill. She hail a
curious way of throwing her canls.
face down, in the deck, when raking
in the pot. and I just thought it my
duty to investigate. After she had
raised me about a dozen times I called
her. The rest laid down right at the
start. She threw her hand in the
deck, as usual, saying: 'Four queens,'
and sarted for the pot. 'One moment,
madam,' I ventured. 'It is impos
sible, unless there are five queens in
this deck, for I happen to have one
myself.' Besides, I had four kings.
She nearly fainted. She had been
cheating all night. My pot contained
over 8100. I put it in my pocket and
went home. "New York Press.
UNCONSCIOUS!' ROM CFOUP.
During a sudden and terrible at
tack of croup our little girl was un
conscious from strangulation, says A.
L. spatl ord. postmaster, Che-'er.
Mich., aud a dose of One Minute
Cough Cure was administered and re
peated often. It reduced the swelling
and inflammation, cut the mucu.- and
shortly the child was resting easy and
speedily recovered. It cures Coughs.
Colds, LaGrippe, and ail Throat and
Lung troubles. One Minute Cough
Cure lingers in the throat and i best
ami euables the lungs to contribute
pure, health-giving oxygen to the
blood. Brisley Drug Co., Fen S. Hil
dreth. SOME PROPOSED LAWS.
Notices of the intention of various
parties to introduce bills in the house
have been given as follows : To repeal
the eouuty immigration law, by Mar
lar; to amend the law relating to the
uuniber of grand juries, by Whiteside
of Santa Cruz: to amend the law re
lating to the collection of poll tax. by
Webb of Graham ; a bill for the in
spection of steam boilers and for he
appointment of a boiler inspector "y
Cowun of Pima; to amend S c. 12.
chap. X title 14 R. S., by Mailar.
This is the law making the office of
county assessors in counties of the
first, second antl third classes of sup
ervisors. Henry of Gila gave notice
of the iutroductiou of a bill for the
regulation of railroad fares; Morrison
of Yava(ai of a bill to regulate the
hours of underground workers about
mines aud St. Charles of Mohave
a bill for the creation of a primary
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders
for Children. Mother Gray, for
years a nurse in the Children's Home
in New York, treated children suc
cessfully with 11 remedy, now pre
pared and placed in the drug stores,
called Mother Gray's Sweet Powders
for Children. They are harmless as
milk, pleasant to take and never fail.
A certain cure for feverish ness, con
stipation, headache, teething and
stomach disorders and remove worms.
At all druggists. 25c. Don't accept
anv substitute. Sample sent FREE
Address Allen S. Olmstead, Le
Rov. X. Y.
A COMFORTABI.i: AND ARTISTIC
Homemakers will he interested in
the "all-around house" described iu
The Delineator for February. The ex
ample is a house of moderate cost,
equipped with modern conveniences,
aud iu arrangements artistic and
comfortable. The well known but
often violated principle of architecture
that buildings should be in perfect
accord with the environment is ex
emplified in this case: and the in
terior, in decorations, furnishings and
practical workings is a inodel of taste
and convenience. The illustrations
offer numerous suggestions that can
lie carried out iu other homes.
HOW TO PRKSKKYK A HUSBAND.
In spite of the rap: 1 age in which
we live the aliove kind of preserving
is of no little moment to a great num
ber of women who would like to learn
the great mystery of how to keep hus
baoda in the wedding day spirits for
aye and torever.
Some oue who has studied the ques
tions carefully says:
"First, tie careful iu your selection.
Oo note choose oue who is too
young, ami take only such varieties
as tiave lieeu reared iu a good mural .
atmosphere. When once the selection
has lieeu made let the past remain for
ever settled, ami give the
thought to the future. Some insist
on keeping the busliand in a pickle,
while others prefer hot water. It does
not seem to tie generally known that
even poor varieties may lie made
uveet. tender and nood bv garnishing i
them with patience, smiles anil affec
tion. They should then lie wrapped
in a mantle of charity aud kept warm
with a steady fire of devotion Thus
eated they will keep for years as
when first selected. Sometimes they
improve with age. "
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Digvsts tilt classes of fond, tones
and strengthens the stomach antl di
gestive organs. Cures dyspepsia, in-.iig-estma.
stomach troubles anil
makes rich red blood, health ami
strength. Kodul rebuilds wornout
tissues, purifies, strengthens antl
Mvaateaat he stomach. Gov. G. V.
Atkinson of V. Va.. says: "I have
used a number of bottles ol Kodol
anil have found it to lie 1 very effec
tive aod, indeed, a powerful remedy
for stomach ailments. I recommend
il to mv friends. Bnslev Drug Co..
F 11 S .'Hildreth
The Apony Endured by
"My nerves are all unstrung "is the
expressive way in which a woman is
apt to descrilje a condition of extreme
nervousness. The figurative expression
"unstrung " may he unscientific but it
pathetically suggests the grand harp of
the nervous system, strung and keved
for harmonies by its Maker, now become
so unstnig that it gives out nothing but
jarring discords. Nervous people rarely
receive the sympathy which is their due.
The dropping of a hook which ca-ises
the nervous woman to start, or the slum
ming of a door which causes her to
scream, are sounds which do not jar the
nerves of a healthv person. To
the nervous woman such sud
den sounds are like a blow in
tue face and they cause intense
suffering. The extern of this
suffering may be gathered from Mrs.
Nelson' s experience told in the letter
given below. She says, " was so nerv
ous that the least thi:x would startle me
a.':aost into conntlsions.n Such a con
dition of ftervousness generally indicates
womanly diseases. It is useless to at
tempt to cure uervousness by the use of
NARCOTICS ARE DEADLY
for the nervous woman whose need is
not to make the ntrves sleep but to
make them strong, not to numb them
but to nourish them. The best medi
cine for nervous women is Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. It cures nervous
ness because it cures the causes which
are behind nervousness. It establishes
regularity, dries the drains which under
mine the health and strength, heals
inflammation and ulceration and cures
female weakness. It makes weak women
strong and sick women well.
"Dr. Pierce's medicines are the best I
have ever used," writes Mrs. C. Nelson,
of Chemawa, Marion Co., Oregon. "My
health was badly run down when I con
s ilted him by letter. My limbs were
fold and my head hurt me continually,
i was so nervous that the least thing
would startle me almost into convul
sions. I hud palpitation of the heart so
bad that I could scarcely walk some
times. I felt utterly discouraged, but
Vwu bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scr'ption and one of ' Golden Medical
Discovery ' made new woman out of
me We are never without Dr. Pierce's
Pellets in the house."
Nothing is claimed for Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Inscription but is claimed for
it by the women who have been cured
by its use. Behind every claim is a
cure yes. a thousand cures. In fact,
A WRKCKKK HARK.
Four of the Crew Supposed to Be
Lost. Others Rescued in Dy
Atlantic City. N. J.. Jan. 21. The
Iwrk Abiel Alnlot. salt laden from
Turks Island for New York, went
aground near Shipbottom light bouse
last night and is fast goiug to pieces.
Five of the crew of uine men were
picked up by life savers this morning
but it is believed that the other four
were killed by the falling wreckage.
The rescued men were iu a dyiug
condition wheu takeu from the wreck
age. Denver. Jan. 21. Republican caudi-
dates for the house. who were defeated
.it , . , . . , . ,
at the elect iou, began to arrive iu the
city this morning. Some of them
stated that tbey had come in response
to telegrams from Speaker Sanfonl
the supposition lieiug that they hail
been called to lie in readiness to take
their seats should the house determiue
on a general unseating of the demo-
cratic meinoers. 1 uree republican sen- 1
ators. Derak.Coruforth aud Wood have
deserted the body over which Lieut.
Governor Haggott presides, leaviug
ouly six regularly elected republican
seuators in that organization, tiover
nor Peabody has uot yet recognized
the Haggott senate. Democratic sen
ators held possession of the senate
chamber all uight. sleeping ou cots
antl have held a practically continu
ous session siuce last Monday morn
ing.' DEATH ENDS FEUD.
A Former Bisbee Man Shot and Killed
at Acton. California.
Los Angeles. Ian. 21. As the result
of a feud of long standing W. H.
Broome, night iqierator of the South
ern Pacific at Acton station in thi
coiiuty was shot antl killed by N. M.
Melrose yesterday at that'place. Mel
rose, who is deputy postmaster claims
self defense. Broome formerly lived :
at Bisbee, Arizona.
Chattanooga. Tetin.. Jan. 22 The'
newest phase of the amenties of offi
cial life occurred yesterday when the
governor of North Carolina came into
Georgia and made a unique anil strik
ing proposal. Seeking the release of a
young man from North Carolina, a
member of oue of the oldest families
in ine .-uui
Gov. Aycock of North
Caroliua has made the proposition
to Gov. Terrell of Georgia that he will
pardon any man under sentence in his
own state. I he man in qtiestiou is
t-'red Chestnut, and Gov. Aycock made
the following broad proposition in his
letter: "If you will pardon this mail
Chestnut. 1 will gladly pardon for you
any Georgian now doing time 111 the
nrisous of this state von may de-
nate" Chestnut was convicted
I N V EST It LATH)" OKDBBOX
Committee on Naval Affairs lrnft a
Resolution Asking that Bribery
Charges he Investigated.
Washington. Jan. 22. Immediately
after the house convened today the
meinliers of the committee on naval
affairs who have lieen Investigating
the alleged Lessler bribery charges
filed in the house. Foss of Illinois,
chairman of the committee offered a
resolution asking for au order for a
full invest igat ion of the charges. He
stated that the action was unanimous.
The resolution was adopted The
house then proceeded to the consid
eration of t he Philippine coinage bill.
Mrs. Anderson in the letter which M
low expresses the general sentiment ol
her sex when she writes : " 1 think Lh
Pur.e s medicine is the hest in the worla
for 'ick a id nervous women."
" I would like to express my gratitud
to you for the benefits I have receive!
from your wonderful medicine, ' Favorite
Prescription,' " writes Mrs. C. N. Ander
son, of Rockbridge Baths. Rockbridge
Co.. Vs. "It is a God-send to weak
and sickly women, restoring good health
without subjecting their weak nerves tc
the shock of an examination.
"I was all run down in health from
November until March could not work
but .. short whilevithout resting. Was
so nervous at times that I could not even
write ; had a very poor appetite, and
wh it I ate did not seem to do me much
good. I decided to write to Dr. Pierce
and state my case, and am thankful that
I did. for in due time I received a favor
able reply as to what kind of medicin
to take. I sent and got it
and commenced taking th
' Favorite Prescription ' and
' Pellets." Took six bottle
of ' Favorite Prescription,'
one of 'Golden Met.ical
Discovery' and one vial ol
'Pellets.' I can now work
SS well as I could he e 1
was taken sick. I think
Dr. Pierce's medicine the
best in the world for sick
and nervous women. May
God bless you in your good
WHAT WOMEN DREAD.
There is a sentence in
Mrs. Anderson's letter
which will strike a sym
pathetic chord in the breast
of every woman. She
writes of " Favorite Pre
scription." " It is a God-send to weak
and sickly women, restor
good health without sub
jecting their weak nerves
to the shock of an examina
tion. Women dread the in
delicate questionings, the
offensive examinations and
the obnoxious local treat
ment considered necessary
by many local physicians.
All these may generally ne
avoided bv a consultation
. by letter
by letter with Dr. Pierce,
II U1A.1 1 for which there
lutely no charge. Sick and
ailing women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, by letter, free. All correspond
ence is strictly private and the written
confidences of women are treated with
the sane privacy observed by Dr. Pierce
in verlxil consultations with women at
the Invulids' Hotel and Ssrgical Insti
tute, Buffalo, N. Y. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Because Dr. Pierce's offer is free it is
not be classed with those offers of " free
medical aavice" made by men or women
who have neither the legal nor the pro
fessional right to practice medicine. If
they dared to put out their signs with
the title Doctor upon them, the law would
instantly deal with them. They don't
dare to do this, and yet, though without
medical training, medical knowledge or
medical experience, they ennningly offer
"free medical advice." The law' can't
touch that claim because anyone can
give free advice on any subject, but a
woman knows that the advice of her
laundress is perfectly worthless as to
the cutting and fitting of her gown.
In consulting with Dr. Pierce, women
not only consult with a real doctor, but
one who is a specialist in the treatment
and cure of diseases peculiar to women,
and who, assisted by his staff of nearly a
score of physicians, has in a little more
than thirty years treated and cured hun
dreds of thousands of women.
WOMEN NEED IT.
Every woman needs a copy of Doctor
Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser,
containing 1008 large pages, which is
sent free on request of those who send
stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
Send 31 one-cent stamps if the cloth
bound volume is desired, or only 21
stamps for the book in paper covers
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V
LYNCH ON TRIAL
For High Treason Against England's
King and Queen.
Loudon. Jau. 21. The trial of Col.
Arthur Lynch, member of parliament
from t ialaway on a charge of treason.
by aiding and aliettiug the king's and
late queen's enemies, during the war
iu South Africa, commenced here to
day. Iiefore Lord Chief Justice Alver
ston and two other justices. This is
the first treason trial in England for
over sixty years.
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cure a cold iu one day. Xo cure no
Price 25c. 3 tw
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Catarrh of the
For many years It has been supposed that
Catarrh of tha Stomach caused indigestion
and dyspepsia, but the truth Is exactly tha
opposite. Indigestion causes catarrh. Re
peated attacks of indigestion inflames tha
mucous membranes lining the stomach and
exposes the nerves of the stomach, thus caus
ing the glands to secrete mucin instead of
the Juices of natural digestion. This is
called Catarrh of the Stomach.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
relieves all Inflammation of tha mucous
membranes lining the stomach, protects tha
nerves and cures bad breath, sour risings, a
sense of fullness after eating, indigestion,
dyspepsia and all stomach troubles.
Kodol Digests What You Eat
Make the Stomach Sweet.
Bottles rnly. Reguiar sue. $1 .00. hoidmg 2H times
th trial sue. which yeilsfar 50 certs.
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BRISLEV DRUG CO arc W. W. ROSS
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