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SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1S98.
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Vp5nbsil)ln. REPUBLICAN TfiBRSTOR'iAL C0'-
Office of the Secretary Territorial Jtepul.
lidhn Central Committee.
Uolbrook, August 5th, 1S9S.
3V) the Republican party of Arizona:
A convention of Delegates of the Repub-;
ncan nrtv of the Territorv of Arizona is i
hereby called to meet in the city ofFlag-
lafi" at 10 o'clock a. m., on September 14th,
1S33, for the following purpose:
1st. The nomination ot n Delegate to
Congress.
2nd. The selection of a Territorial Ec
puWicsui Central Committee.
3rd. T! transaction of such other busi
ness as inny properly conic before it.
The basis of representation will be one
delegate for each fifty votes, and for every
fraction of votes over twenty-Jive cast for
Hon. A. J. Doran for Delegate to Congress
fii .November, ISiH; therefore the represent
ation will be as follows:
County. Votes.
Apache 5
Cochise 5
Coconino ...8
Gila ' o
Graham 8
Maricopa... 21
Mojave . 2
Xavajo 1 5
Pima S
Pinal 3
Yavapai 15
Primes will be recognized only when
presented by a voter who is a resident of
the eemity from which the same is issued.
A full attendance of Delegates is earnestly
ilesired, as well as the presence of represent
ative Republicans from every part of the
jemtory.
WILL C. BARNES,
Secretarv.
AXX0UXCE3LEXTS.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate
fcr the ollice of Probate Judge, subject to
flie iction of the Republican convention
f Yuma county,
WAV. WOODMAN
Gov. Fitzhugii Lee, of the Ter
fitory of Cuba, will be a bigger man
4frftn Consul General L?e.
Ir is certain that the Philippines
ill have to be held and governed
y somebody. What country is
fcetter equipped for the task than
foe United States?
jnssAitiES ot Lon varies are
ecattering inflammatory circulars
among the troops in Havana. Of
eourse, the Spanish soldiers are
unable to read, but the circulars are
printed in red ink, which answers
tvery purpose.
(iBhonimo, the famous Apache
Chief, is ' at Fort Sill, in In
dian Territory and spends most
of his time playing monte. He is
ninty years old, but straght and
active and with an eye like an ea
gle. Pie occasionally gets permis
sion to go hunting and seems to
enjoy the sport as much as ever.
He has been a total abstainer from
liquor all his life.
Few if any institutions of learn
i' g in the United States offer more
generous terms to young men and
women than the University of Ari
zona. Fifteen dollars per month
furnishes room and board at the
university dormitory. Tuition is
free. An' Arizona boy or girl can
obtain a thorough college education
who has the nerve to work and
determination to reach the goal.
Star.
Dewey had a little fleet which
once was white as snow, and every
where that Dewer went the fleet
was sure to go. It went with him
o the Philippines, against the
Spanish rule; it made the poor
H)ons gnash their teeth to see him
fiecp so cool. And so they tried to
fcirsi him out, but still he lingered
near and swiped Spain's fleet clean
sff the sea this makes the Yankees
c litter.
Jt is rirtt American politics; it is
n t American protection laws; it is
flat because America is the "big dog"
and Spain the "little one;" it 13 not
because the United States is a
republic,-or Anglo-Saxon, or any
other cause of that kind that makes
Continental Europe anti-American.
K is simply because America has
frho resources, brains and power in
fcer hands to leave the decadent
CoiU2t)nl.giifcfng at her decaying
1 cr I'lvnnpc W I.J If-!
"The Star of Empire Westward
lends i he way," and tie United
States, at the beginning of this
twentieth century, riyes up and
leaves the Old World to follow her
footsteps in progress, commerce and
aU that makes for the glory of a
nation.
YUMA'S HEROES.
The people of Yuma are justly
proud of the achievements of our
brave boys who answered the first
call for volunteers in the war which
is now rapidly drawing to a close.
The names of some of them were
place high upon the nation's roll
of honor where they will endure as
long a? the stars continue to glim-,
raer in "Old Glory's" field of blue.
Gallant Al Wright planted the
first American flag on Cuban soil
in the baUe of Santiago. The flag
, wktii
waS blood-stained and full ot blll-
lets holes, but was made, by the
bravery ot its proud bearer, the
dearest piece of bunting that ever
served as a target for Spanish bul
lets. Private Billy Marvin won
renown in the same battle bT his
excellent man'pulalion of a dyna
mite gun of which he was in charge.
Now comes the news from across
the Pacific of the noble work of
Private J. F. Finlaj', in the fighting
at Manila. Mr. Finlay was born
and raised in Yuma, and is a nephew
of Geo. M. Thurlow. He volunteer
ed in Co. C. First California Regi
ment, and, according to the press
reports of the battle, he is made of
the best fighting material on earth.
During the thickest ot the terriffic
battle he crossed and recrossed the
open battle field conveying am
munition from the base of supplies
to the fighting soldiers. When a
horse and driver fell under the
heavy fire Finlar harnessed himself
into the cart and delivered the load
of ammunition that won the battle.
After that he went back in the face
of a perfect shower of lead and car
ried two of his wounded comrades
safely to the hospital in the rear.
Our boys have done well, such
deeds of valor have not only filled
friendly hearts at home with pride,
but have won the admiration of the
whole world.
PRAISE FOR GOVERNOR MURPHY.
The Fresno Expositor, has the
1 1 1 1 .
ionowing 10 say sDont tne ap
pointment of Governor Murphy:
"When the office of Governor of
Arizona became vacantjhrough the
appointment of Governor McCord
as Colonel of the Arizona, New
Mexico and Oklahoma regiment of
volunteers, President McKinley
appointed to that important position
the Hon. N. Oakes Murphy. A
more fit appointment could not
have been- made and none that
would have given greater satis
faction in the territory .
"N. 0. Murphy is not a new or
untried man. He is a pioneer in
Arizona, a man who has grown to
manhood in the territory, who has
labored for its good for many years,
at his own cost and without weary
ing. In season and out of season,
in adversity and in prosperity,
through good report and through
evil report, he has ever stood up for
Arizona. The first man to Wash
ington when danger threatened,
when trickery was in the air and
when the prosperity of the territory
was threatened, and the last to
leave, Mr. Murphy has rendered
services to Arizona that no man
can compute. He has served the
territory as Governor before and
once as Delegate to Congress, and
this new honor is therefore not
awarded in the way of an ex
periment, t
-"The writer has the. honor and
the pleasure of an intimate ac
quaintance with Governor Murphy.
He has learned to admire and to
appreciate bis broadgauge, progres
sive, and, if need be, aggressive
policy. Oakes Murphy is honest,
just and upright, and every inch a
man. Pity all political appoint
ments cannot go to men as worthy.
We hope to see justice dealt out to
Arizona by the next Congress, by
the passage of an enabling act ad
mitting it into the Union as a State,
and that Governor N. Oakes Mur
phy may be elected its Senator for
tlie long term."
The prediction that the country
is on the verge of an era of great
business expansion seem to be
verified by many of the financial
pointers. Bank clearances and
railroad earnings throughout the
country are growing rapidly, while
the increase in the loans of the New
rk banks in tbe week just ended
was. in round figures, lu.OOO.OOO,
a gain which has seldom been ex
ceeded in any week even in the
most prosperous time?.
The outlook in the Klondike for
the coming fall and winter is decid
edly unfavorable, especially for the
large number of stranded men who
are scattered along the Yukon.
No more parties poorly provided
with funds should be encouraged
to go in that direction.
And yet the there are a few who
think they could have managed the
war better than those who have
had the responsibilities in hand .
However, the country may honest
ly congratulate itself that wise, con
servative and capable men have
been at the head of affairs. It is
the greatest wonder m the world
that kickers never kick themselves
The war with Spain has made
the United States a world power.
She is no longer a self-centered
provincial countn, but an imperial
nation. Our flag will do for the Phil
ippines and the Indies what it has
done for California, Texas for every
Spanish possession that has come
to us. Against these new extensions
of territory there come the same
protests that met Jefferson when
he purchased Louisiana in 1803,
the admission of Texas, against all
Mexican cessions and against Cali
fornia and Oregon's admission as
Sates, against Alaska in 1867, and
yet to-daj' the American people
look upon these additions as the
proudest triumphs of statesmanship-
M. S. Darling, the jeweler, has re
ceived a fine line of the latest Forester's
and A. 0. U. W. buttons, badges and
charms. He also has the buttons of
many others orders.
Uncle
Sam
Says:
This is
America's
Greatest
Medicine.
It will
Sharpen
Your Appetite,
Purify and
Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That
Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla and begin to
take it TODAY, and realize the great
good it is sure to do you.
Hood's Sarsaparilfa
Is America's Greatest Medicine. All druggists.
THE Y5JMA
25. EBOE5ES fc
rUOPItlETOHS.
CO,
ALFALFA-FED BEEF, fresh from the far-famed
meadows of the Salt River Valley.
Prices lite Lowest in Town.
Free delivery to all parts of the city.
MAIN STREET.
YUMA, ARIZONA
From Hond to Foot-Ternb!o Caso
cf Eczema Completely Cured
Cyepopsta, Dizziness, Headache,
AU Curse! by Kooclr; SarsapariHa.
" I wes troubled with, eczema and had it
co bad that I was almost a running sore
from head to foot. I did not receive ben
efit from the doctors, and thought I would
try Hood's Sarsaparilla. Since taking a
iexv bottlea of thi3 medicine I have not
been troubled with eczema. It purified
my blocd and cured ms." Jonu Most,
Ponea City, Oklahoma.
"I vraa afflicted with blood poigon. I
concluded to try Hood'a Sarsaparilla, and
after taking three bottles the symptomB
of blood poisoning disappeared. I believe
Hood's Sarsaparilla to be the best medi
cine on the market." Eucsene P. A.
Larrird, Fair bank, Arizona.
" I W83 afflicted with dyspepsia. I could
get nothing to cure me until I began tak
ing Hood's Sarsaparilla. I have taken
four bottles and now I am cured." Jeff
D. Koo." ;tz, San Pedro, New Mexico.
Hood's .'-irsaparilla is the One True Blood
Purilien Sold by all diarists. 51, six for $5.
CURES WHERE All HXF FAIIS-
Bost Cough Syrup. Tastes Good.
m time, tsoia by drucsisti.
Pp :-..': -:
few
iii
fill
meat Market
c-sL MA
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County,
Frank ,T. Cheney makes oath fhat
he is the senior partner of the firm of
I J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the City of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cuke.
FRANK .1. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in mv presence, this Gth dav of Decem
ber, A. D. 18SG.
A. W. GLEASON,
seal
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 75o.
Hall's Family Pills an the b'st-
SUMMON.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD J
dieial District of the Territory of Arizona, in
and for the County of Yuma.
J. J. Baker, plaintiff', vs. G. W. Larimer,
J. G. Athcrton, W. 11. Cochran and Win.
Christy, defendants.
Action brought in the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the Tenitory of Arizc na, in
and for Vuma County, and tho Complaint tiled in
said Yuma County, in the otlice of the Clerk of said
District Court.
In the name ot the Territorv of Arizona,
to G. W. Larimer, J. G. Atherton. W. It.
Cochran and Win. Christy defendants,
greeting.
You arc hereby summoned and required to ap
pear in an action brought against you oy the above
named plaintiff, in tho District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of 'Arinona, in
and for Yuma County, and answer the Complaint
therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at
Yuma, in said County, within ten days after the
service upon you of this Summons, if served in this
.said County, or if served out of this said County
and within this said Judicial District, then withwi
twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within
thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned
being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment
by default will be taken against you.
Given under my hand and the seal of the District
Court of the Third Judicial District
of the Territory of Arizona, in and
(seal) for Yuma County, this 4th day of
Aug., A. D. 1S9S.
C. II. Brixlev,
Clerk of said District Court
SU3LU02fS.
In the District Court of the Third Judicial Dis
trictof the Territory of Arizona, in and for the
County of Yuma.
John Gandolfo and Eugene Sanguinetti, partners
doing business under (he firm names of Gandolfo &
Sanguinetti, plaintiffs, vs. Taylor D. MfLeod,
Theresa M. Hart and Hart, her husband, Fran
cisco B. Orr and the Rio Colorado Gold Extraction
Company, defendants
Action brought in the District Court of the
Third Judicial District Of the Territory of Arizoi a,
in and for Yuma County, and the complasnt filed in
said Yuma County, in the otfico of the Clerk of
said District Court.
In the name of tho Territory of Arizona, to
Taylor D. McLcod, Theresa M. Hart and Hart,
her husband, Francisco B. Orr and the Rio Colorado
Gold Extraction Company, defendants greeting.
You are hereby iummoued and required to ap
pear in an action brought against j'ou by tho above
named plaintiff, in tho District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and
for Yuma County, and answer the complaint
therein filed with the clerk of this said Court, at
Yuma, in said county, within ten days after the
service upon you of tins summons, if served in this
said County, or if served out or this said county and
within this said Judicial Dhirict, then within
twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within
thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned
being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment
by default will be taken against you.
Given under my hand and seal of the District
Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory
of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, this 5th day
of August, A. D. 1S93. C. II. Bkixley,
seal Clerk of Said District Court.
FROM TEXAS Hill TO MOHAWK
ON S. P. KA1LR0AD.
The &tage will connect daily with
east and west bound passenger
train at Texas Hill.
At Mohawk ranch private conveyances
can always be bad for the new
mining camp of Gleason's. For
further information address,
Stage Line from Tacua II
continued.
Moliavis-, Arizona.
C Iff You
iyOl e bs cured f
If you suffer from any of the il
ins ci men, come to the cidest
Specialist on tha ?acinc Coast,
DR. JORDAN CO..
k ! 05 Market Si. Est'd E 852.
"STonug; raen and mJcti'.le
areti lJlfn who aresufTe-incr
from ths effects of youthful indiscretions or ex
cesses in maturer vears. Nervous and Physical
tbilitj',Eisijlersey.Ij?'S 2I:ii1scm!
in all its complications; f7)crilt:,.tilT03U,
Ps'OMtatorrSiceii, tJoisoi-Iiiea, Ulvet,
FrMjsioinv of HJriiisiSiiij;, esc. By a
combination of remedies, of great curative pow
er, the Doctor has so arranged his treatment
that it will not only afford immediate relief but
permanent cure. The Doctor does not claim to
perform miracles, but. is well-known to le a fair
and square Physician and Sun"' , pre-eminent
in his specialty ifcifseases of Men.
K.vplsi J 5s "tlioronprhl v eradicated from the
eysti-ra without usiiifj ISVre3iv.
KVJSlfST .15 A N iipplvini; to us will re
ceive our honest oninian of Ills cnir.phtint.
ire will Gnavaidf a POSITIVE CUliEtn C'
every cms ice undertake, or forfait Oiie A
TSionsanJl 3) nl teres. V
Consultation FREE and strictly private. A
CHARGES VERY REASONABLE. Treat- W
meut personally or by letter. Send for bnolc,
"The l:iilosoilty of Marriage," v
free. (A valuable book for men.)
V3KZT D3. JOKEAJ'S
Great ECisHeum of Amitcmiy
the finest and largest Museum of its kind in the
& worm, wine anil lenrn uri,vui:ii i,,u
) arc. mad;; how to avoid sickness 2nd djse.isc.
y We are continually aumnc new specimen-;.
!C51 Market Slr;8i. San Frcicco. Cr!. V
We offer you a chance to earn premiums
and to learn business methods at the same
lime. If under 20 Avrite us for particulars
K Ml fi
0
Boys
AND GrliS
VsDm l&tBL&M (senior
Market St. S, F Cal
Corner Main and
&OS ANGEIjES,
."ROOMS, jTROM 50 OEjSTTS TO $1.00 PER DAY
Special Uatcs by tlie "Week or Month.
Conducted on the European Plan. Headquarters for Mining Men.
TONY MESMEU, Manager.
T.
ELMO HOTEI
No. 249 North
Centrally Located; First-Class Dining Rooms Attached; Rates from $1 25
to $2.00 per day; Rooms, without meals, for one person
50c, 75c and $1.00 per day.
Conducted on both the American and European Plan,
W. E. BROWXOG, Chief Cleric. M. I. DUDLY, Prop'r.
G r,l, j i .
oaBuuuibuiiujjjmas.vjement and
x1 ibiings.
Address, F. L. EWING, Manager, Yuma, A.T.
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SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO?.-
COMMENCING
Saturday, Jan. 1; IS 93.
TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA
AS follows:
X A. M. (DAILY) Mixed
v -1. J Train for Gila Bend, Tucson,
Dernim,', El Paso, and all way stations.
X X .-J FIC EXPRESS" for Col
ton, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San
Francisco, Sacramento, Portlaad and
North, Ogden and East.
.S.AO P- ir- (DAILY) "NEW
O.XJKJ ORLEANS EXPRESS"
for Gda Bend, Maricopa, Tucson, Beifson
Lordsburg, Deming, El Paso, New Orleans
and East via the ''Sunset Route."
Overland Tickets Sold.
Sleeping Car Berths Secured
AND
Full
Parties can arrange to ioin f.h0
WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS over
the Sunset Route by corresponding with"
For complete information call on or ad
dress. H. W. FILT?RRT Arrt
j -;tiuj
Devot, -.. -v-
T' ???2DMAIf Gen- Pas. Ag't:
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
Maricopa & Phoenix &
S E V Bailroad.
PUBLIC TIME TABLE NO. 41.
In Effect Thursday, July i.
1897.
All Trains Run by Pacific Stan
dard Time.
Phoenix and Maricopa Division .
From
Phoenix.
STATIONS.
From
Maricopa
1 A. F. & p
8.00 p.m.
8.30 p.m.
1S.40 p.m
fS.55 p.m.
nO.15 p.m.
2 A. P. & p.
Lv..Phcenix.Ar!
i AO a.m.
7.10 a. m.
17.00 a.m.
fC.45 a. m
fB.20a.m.
6.00 a. m.
..lempe ...
Petersen.. .
Kyrene...
sum p.m.
- yi.uiuil..,
ArMaricopa.Lv
1 "-'muncopa.L.vi t).00a.
Phoenix & Mesa City Division.
Mesa to
Phoenix
Phoenix
to Mesa.
Read Up
Read down
STATIONS.
4
Frgt&Pass
it
Frgt & Pass
DAILY.
DAILY.
7.30 a. m.
8:00 a. m.
8:30 a. m.
a
1:30 p. m.
2:00 p.m.
2:30 p. m.
Lv. mesa. Ar.
10:30 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
9:30 a. m.
6:00 p. m.
5:30 p.m.
5:00 p. m,
TEMPE.
Ar. r-HOENix. "
Tram No 1 connects with Southern Pa
p3j?!!V N-0, 3 connects with Soiithern
fSS&SS&A We3th0d
Connections made at Phoenix with S. F.,
1 . d. P. h.. R. for Prescott and Consress.
ri;n: 11 Vr 1 wiin stages lor
nhn r 1 l ior Florence and
SSffl!' TInirsdaysand Saturday
1 ir.iins stop on si2n.1I
FVBSiAN PALACE SISISP
IiV UA12S
On trains 'o3. 1 and 2 between Phoenix
Tickets Sold to all Principal Points au
X. K. MASTEN, C. U. McJiEIL.
X'resident. Gen'I Stip'ci
F. B. SANFOKD,
Gen'I Frt.& Pass. Agh
General Offices. Phoenix, Ariz
SANTA FE, PRESCOTT
& PHtENIX RAILWAY
wmi the
SANTA FE SYSTEM
Is the Shortest and Quickest Route to Denv
, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and
ALL POINTS EAST.
S. F., P. & P. TIME TABLE.
In effect May 31, IS97. Mountain time is
used.
THROUGH TIME CARP.
Mond j 5 OOp lv. ..San Fran... ar fi15p Tuc3jr
Tuesy ,10 50a lr. .. Mohave, .ar 3 45a;Tuey
Tuesy I 7 00a lv..San Uicgo..ar 1 lf.p ; "
Tuesy, 9taa lv.Los Angelca.ar S30u
Tuesy 4 55p Iv...Baratow...ar 1 10a
Tuesy 1 11 OOp lv.Tha Needles .ar 6 40p
Wedn I 2 15iv lv.. Kingman ..ar 5 07p j Mon
Wedn I 715a nr.. Ash Fork, .lv 1 3-')p ! 3Ion
Mond
Mond
10 25p
lv.
9 32p ! Wcdn
6 15p Wedn
11 S0p
2 25p
8 50p
10 40p I
c r.5u !
S 10.1
10 50a I
. St. Louis
Tuesy
Tuesy
Wedn
Thurs I
Thnrs
Thurs i
.Kansas City...
...Denver.. ..
Albuquerque ..
.. Uolbrook ....
. . .Winsiow . . . ,
...Ftoestaff.....
7 05a ' Wcdn
5 00p ! Tuesy
. 10 25p Mon
; 1 SOp I Moc
i 12 02p I JIc.1
! 10 15a Mono
; 7 40a i Mon d
Thurs I 1 10l nr Ash FnrV lv
NO 3
I NO 1
Pas
Pas
STATIONS.
NO 2
Pas
NO 4
Pa?
45a
S 45a
! 50a
10 15a
12 SOp
145p j
2 40) I
3 35p ,
S 50p j
4 43p !
4 5Sp ;
5 3Sp
C2Cp
6 10p !
7 06p I
SODp i
S 46p '
0 3 Op 1
11 00p '
11 Hp I
11 24p
11 45p ,
Lv..Ash Fork.Ar
...nock Butte...
Del Kio
.Jerome Junction,
ar. ..Prescott. .. lv
lr.. .Prescott.. .ar
... .Summit
ar'Skull Valley.lv
lv. Skull Valley.ar
Kirkiand...
...Date Creek...
Congress ....
.. Wickcnburs ..
6 50a I 8 50p
5 50a I 5 SOg
4 50a
4 2Sa
3 35a
3 20a
2 46a
146a
126.1
12 11a
11 ISp
10 32p
5 42p
8 lOp
S OGp
7 50p
4 50p
3 50p
2 OOp
Peoria 4
Ulcudalc
....Alhainbra....
Ar.. Phoenix. .Lv
Di:iiit station.
The scenic linn of A;..,. ti. 1 1 t
t alifornia The only North and South line in
rz?ra, to the Grand CanOn of the Colorado
Petrified .Forest Great Pine Forest, Cliff Dwelling
Great Salt Kivcr Valley and other pointa of in-
Throuirh tickets fr ,11 i, ..
St.lfPS. llnnnHn ;7l . . W'U """""
v a 1 JJC-A1UO.
No. connects at Jerome Junction with trains
of the L. . & P. Ky for Jerome.
Connecting at Prescott with stage lines for all
principal minin-r camps,; at Contrress Junction
with Congress Gold Co. It. R. for Copsress, and
Btase lines for Ilardua Ilala Stanton and Yarnell;
at Phoenix with the M. & p. & s. R. V. R. R. for
points on the S. P. H. 1:.
, rTt?,? Vallri,IVcvos Ash Fork at 1:35 y-m-
arninSin Los Anseles next mornin-at S0 and
bim iruncisco same evening at 6:15. Train for
the cast lcavos Ash Fork at 7:40 a. ni.
F- M MURPHY, GEO. M. SARGENT.
1 res. & G cii. Mgr. G911. Frt & Pass. Apt
Prescott. Anz. Prescott, Arir
R E. WELLS Ev GILLETT,
Asst Gen Mgr. Cen i Afront,
Picscott, Ariz. ThocHix, Aris.
flADE ME A MAN
aA 1 ablets POSITIVELY CURE
vix,, Act-i-o!(. Diseases Failing Mem-
w ''t. 1 uleac' aieopiessness, etc., caased
rZH 0 .other iUcosses ond Indls
store Lrrt Vitality in old or young, and
nt a man for study, business or marriase.
2avc34a.iciTevent ansauity and Coasumption If
tukeniutime. Thairn.n .Vo 4 . 17., . ,t -
mentund offecta a 03RE whero all other fail In
t,LupS?jTinB ti10 geaulno Ajax TableU. They
bave cured thousands cad willcuroyoc. Wopivo apce
ltiva written guarantee to effect a cure CfS nf3 ia.
eacneaseor rafnnd tha moacy. PricaOU V I Oiper
puckap; or six pks (full treatment! for J2.60. y
roail. in pljir wrapper, noon recei pt of rricn. Circufii
ireo AJAX REMEDY CO.,

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