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Items of Interest Culled from Our Ter
The grocers of Tempe and Phoenix
aro forming u mutual piolectlvoits-ool-atloD.
Frank Aloy, former editor of tho
Globo Times, will open a law ofllue In
There nro now 40 prisoners In tho
Coehlso county jail, tho capacity of tho
jail being crowded to tho uttermost.
Tho Yuma Sentinel feajs: Tho King
of Arizona made another thlrty-day
shipment of u $40,000 gold chunk lust
The editor of tho St. Johns Snips
oilers his rifle for sale. And yot thero
are persons who contend that Arizona
is not sulllclently civilized for state
hood. Los Angeles Herald.
A report from New York gives the
gross earning and operating expenses
of the Gila Valloy, Globo & Northern
railway for March, 1902. The net re
ceipts for the month were $14,150.
Samuel Ames, well known to all tho
old timers thirty years ago, died at
Riverside, Cal., on the 14lh of last
March. One by one the old pioneers
are passing away. Yuma Sentinel.
T. T. Hines, who Is superintending
the making of brick at the yard near
the rock quarry, is now making' brick
at the rate of 10,000 a day. Ho will
shortly be making 20,000 a day. Doug
The Douglns Dispatch says: Allow
no "Chinks" to get a lodgment in
Douglas. Once located here I hey cannot
bo gotten rid of at all, as the govern
ment must protect them In their rights
of properly and life. Tho only safe way
is not to allow a single Chinaman to
locate in the town.
In the recent suit in New York of
Professor Treadwell against Senator
Clark over tho United Verde, Senator
Clark admitted on the witness stand
that the United Verde, copper did not
cost over 3 cents per pound, and that
the normal output was 4,000,000 pounds
per month. '
A correspondent of the Phoenix
Democrat says: Grading from Congress
Junction on the Colorado river exten
sion of the P. P. & S. P. railroad is now
in progress and the road' will be rushed
through to a connection with the Santa
Pe at or near Franconia as rapidly as
possible. Survoyors are now at work
on the line along the Santa Maria and
Bill Williams Fork.
From Stein's Pass comes an entranc
ing story of a horse race. Some
stranger happened in the camp driving
a clumsy looking quadruped with feet
as large as car wheels. They proposed
a horse race and were accommodated,
every plunger In tho pass staking every
dollar he could muster on tho home
flyer. When the race was over there
wasn't enough dlnero left In the camp
to buy a drink.
The following changes havo been
made in Arizona postmasters' salaries
under the annual readjustment: Blsbee,
$2,000 to $2,300; Globe, $1,703 to $1,800;
Kingman, 1,200 to $1,400; Morencl,
$1,400 to $1,500; Prescott, $2,300 to
$2,400; Yuma, $1,500 to $1,000; Clifton,
1,G00 to$l,700; Jeromo, $1,000 to $1,700;
Mesa, $1,400 to $1,100; Nogales, $1,600
to $1,700; Safford, $1,100 to $1,000.
Mrs. Francella E. Robson, a pioneer
both of Utah and Arizona, died at ber
homo In Mesa last week. Mrs. Itobson
was born at Nauvoo, 111., In 1840, tho
year of tho exodus of the Mormons from
that city, and was a member of the
first immigration party to Salt Lake.
Mrs. Robson was the first school teacher
in School District No. 4, teaching in
her own home. At the organization of
tho Arizona Woman's Suffrage Associa
tion sho was unanimously elected Its
Tho much-vaunted bull fight, which
was advertised to como off at Naco last
Sunday, failed to materialize, as the
authorities confiscated the bulls and
fined tho promoters $1,500. The rea
sons assigned by the authorities are not
in the Hue of virtue, but becauso the
Mexican officials, who dote on bull
lights, attended a bull fight given by
the parties fined one week ago, and the
fight was considered a fake, hence when
the samo parties attempted to repeat
the farce the Mexican officials sleppod
In and confiscated the stock of bulls and
Imposed the above fine. It Is danger
ous to tamper with Mexican sport.
Dr. Wilfred G. Frullck left for Cali
fornia last evening, accompanied by
Mr. Justus Goebel. Dr. Frail ok made
arrangements with Drs. Duffleld and
Stone and soveral other members of tho
medical profession In Phoenix to ad
minister his treatment here; also ar
ranged for the treatment of fifty cases
free of charge. Ho is greatly I in
pressed with climatic conditions at
Phoenix, and will, in the near futuro,
establish a sanitarium here. All of the
patients that he has treated are doing
well and aro In good spirits. Tho En
terprise understands that the cost of
treatment has been fixed at $325 for
six Infusions, or $75 for the first infu
sion and $50 for each subsequent infu
sion. It is thought that six infusions
will destroy tho bacilli in tho most ag
gravated cases. Enterprise.
Queen Lodge, No. 0, A. O. U. W., Is
still growing and bids fair to surpass
all other lllsbee lodges In point of mem
bership. Henry Gates, grand organ
izer, returned to this city on Saturday
from Nogales and another class of nine
teen was initiated, which makes a total
membership of 370. Members of the
order say they will have 400 by Satur
day, 24th Inst. The charter Is still
open and a friendly contest is still on,
which will close May 28. At tho meet
ing held Saturday night resolutions of
condolenco were adopted with regard
to the death of Brother John R. Loom is.
Mr. Loomls joined the order April 5th
and wus stricken with pneumonia Muy
1st and died May 5th. Proof of his
death reached the grand lodge May
12th, was allowed and a warrant for
$2,000 drawn on the same date, which
is now in tho hands of the local officers
of Oueen lodge. The A. O. U. W. Is
noted for Its prompt payments. Re
view. Whooping Cough.
A woman who has had experienco
with this disease tells how to prevent
any dangerous consequences from it.
She says: Our three children took
whooping cough last summer, our baby
boy being only three months old, and
owing to our giving (hem Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy they lost none of
their plumpness and came out in much
better health than other children whoso
parents did not use this remedy. Our
oldest little girl would call lustily for
cough syrup between whoops. Jessie
Pinkey Hall, Sprlngville, Ala. This
remedy Is for sale by tho Pioneer Drug
To the AmoLteur Photographer.
If you want to save tlmo and money
como and take lessons inYphoto studio,
southeast corner of Babbit Bros',
building, second floor. A. POSACK.
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