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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. FLORENCE. ARIZONA. JUNE 8, 1801. SUNSET LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE. FLOHENCK EXCHANGE. Main. 21 Barker, A. F.,..Gruei-al Merchandise. 41 Brockway, G. M., Florence Pharmacy. 81 Brockway, G. M Residence. 51 Canul Company, OfHc e. ill Clerk's office Court Houe. 'I Sheriff's office,.. .Court House. Bl-Drala, L. K Florence Hotol. 1M Judge's office Court House, 231-Doan, F. M. Residence. 101 -Seating, J. G.,.. Tunnel Saloon. Ill Michea A Co.,. . .Vlorence Cosh Store. 121-Powell, C. G . . . Resilience. HI Reppy.C. D...... Residence. , 181 Reppy, C. D Tbibvn Office. Ill Shields A Price,. General Merchandise. 101 Stevens, D.C Montezuma Stables. 191 Truman, W. C . Residence. , SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. CA&A OBANDB STATION. Xo. 9, west-bound, daily at S:83 p. m. No. 10, east-bound, daily at 4:83 a.m. liORX Iq Florence, Juno 0, to to the wife of Manuel Villar, u daughter. ' Miss Edna Martini, of Phoenix, is vis iting Misses Teresa and Gracie An gulo. James K. McCarthy, of the celebrat ed Bryan group of miDes, was in Iowa Monday. J. K. Valjean, who is operating some mines Dear Kelvin, was in town last Saturday. Miss Nellie Spinas will return to-day from Tucson, where she baa been at ' tending the University. Mrs. Gabriel E. Aogulo and children went to Casa Grande Thursday to visit the family of Fernando B. Maldouado. There was a pleasant social dance at the Kenil worth school house last night under the management of Joe Goodiu. Mrs. Helena Ledlie went to Dagger Well Monday to spend a few days in the camp of her brother, Joseph Mul-hatton. Taylor Brannaman has taken off the Mesa stage for the time being, and will devote his entire attention to his livery business. Miss Maria Ortiz, of Tucson, who lias been spending several weeks with her friend, Miss Katie Spinas, left for home yesterday. W. L. Duden, E. Brena, J. E. Cole man and F. M. Evans, well-known traveling men, registered at the Flor ence Hotel Thursday. Under Sheriff George E. Truman and wife are now occupying the Guild cottage and have settled down to housekeeping in earnest. Sheriff Truman was this week vis iting a sister In Nebraska and Fletcher Doan an undo in Kansas. Nest week they will be home together. Court opens in Globe next Monday, and Judge Doan, Court Reporter Davenport and Attorney J. S. Stiffen left yesterday for the seat of war. Judge Doan is now the possessor of some of the finest straios of game chickens ever brought into the county. They were sent up from Fortuna this week by his sob John. Miss Annis Keating, daughter of Capt. John G. Keating, chairman of the Board of Supervisors, will return next week from Tucson, where she has been attending the Sisters' school. There was a party at the Donnelly ranch last Monday night which was at tended by members of the families of J. C. Harris, J. E. McGee and C. VV. Hardy, of Florence. It was a pleasant occasion. George S. Good, who has a contract for one hundred miles of gradme oa the liouk Island railroad between Ros well, N. M., and El Paso, Texas, was at Red Hock last Saturday engaging men and teams on the work. He offers $20 a month for good teams of horses or mules and furnishes feed and driver, or $3 a day without feed and driver. Contracts are sublet at lie per cubic yard for earthwork, 30ii for loose rock, aud 65e for solid rock. Supplies are furnished at the following prices: Hay, $15 a ton; oats, $1.50 per 100 j corn, $1.40 per 100; flour, $3 per 100; bacon, 14c; beef, lite; beans, Mr. Good secured quite a number of teams that had been freighting to Kelvin and Silver Bell, and made no secret of the fact that the Rock Island road was bound for the Pacific coast by the way of Florence and Phoenix, y He further more stated that the road would be completed withiu two years. Mr. Good's present address is Eoswell, N. M. A valuabla mare belonging to Taylor Brannaman was bitten by a rattle snake on Friday of last week, while he and John C. Harris and A. T. Colton were prospectiug in the Haclcberry wash, seven milea from Riverside. The team had been lied to a tree, and the men were back Ou a hill when they noticed the mare rearing and pitching. Returning, they found the blood trick ling from two places on the animal's foreleg, which immediately became swollen to an abnormal size. The party had a bottle of whisky which had been taken along for just such emergencies, and the mare's leg was bathed freely. An extra animal which they happened to have with them was harnessed in the place of the injured one, and they worked their way slowly back to Biverside. When the party returned Sunday the mare was still alive. Frank W. Doan, now attending atan- j ford University, where he is taking the law course, in the recent examinations stood at the head of bis class of 100, and this week was admitted to prac tice at the California bar. At Stan ford his was the only name placed on the roll of honor in the law depart ment, and the professors earnestly urge him to complete tbo course, guaranteeing him the degree of L. L. D. in two years if he keeps np his lick. Frank will return to Florence next week and will receive the congratula tious of his many friends. A Mill for Saddle Mountain District. George H. Chittenden, who left here a year ago, returned last Tuesd-iy from Washington, D. C. In the meantime he has had men at work developing a group of mines in Saddle Mountain district, near Dudley ville, under the superintency of A. M. Harrison, and the showing is such as to fully war rant the erection of machinery. Sever al hundred feet of sinking and drift ing have been done on the property, and enough ore has been extracted in the process of development to more than pay for the wor '. and the mill. ' The machinery was , ordered from the Colorado Iron Works about three months ago, and is now at Red Rock. It consists of crusher, rollers, tables, etc., and is strictly a concentrating plant. It will have a capacity of fifteen or twenty tons daily, with power sufficient to run another set of rollers, thereby doubling the capacity. The mill was built after Mr. Chitten den's own plans, and the manager of the Colorado Iron Works considers it the most complete aud economical thing of the kind ever erected. "The timbers were framed at the works, set up and painted, and the machinery belted together ready to run, after which it was photographed. The re markable thing about it is that two or three men will run it, and it is a com- I plete concentrating mill in every re spect. After It is set up on Ash creek, it Is believed the cost will be less than $10,000. . . Mr. Chittenden is confident the mill will pay all expenses thus far incurred and a good profit besides. la addition it will help develop the property into a big paying proposition, in which event more extensive machinery will be re quired. After careful tests the ore to be treated is shown to be excellent for concentrating. It carries gold, silver and copper, and the concentrates will have a value approximating 2)0 a ton. Mr. Chittenden is a practical mining aud milling man, with many years ex perience, and that he will score a suc ciss the Tkibnne is confident. Mr, and Mrs. Fernando B. Maldonado and children came up from Casa Grande Tuesday and returned the following day. Mrs. G. V. Angulo and her son Simon, who has been very ill recently, went back with them. Misa Georgia Colton returned last Monday from San Francisco, and will spend a six-weeks' vacation with her parents. She has been stopping with an aunt and attending school, but thinks there is no place like home. On account of the death of his mother, County Treasurer A. F. Barker was called to San Francisco last Satur day. The good lady died in that city on Friday, May Slst, and will be buried on the arrival of her son, who was her only child. She was a native of Whit man, Mass., and was 74 years old. She is survived by her husband, H. R. Barker, a prominent business man of San Francisco. The deceased, Aluiira D. Barker, was a noble Christian character and has gone to her reward after a life well spent. P. F. Fleming, a young man who re cently graduated from tbe Boston Polytechnic school with tbe degree of M. E., passed through Florence Tues doy for Troy, where he has accepted a responsible position with the Troy Mining company. He is a bright young fellow, and will doubtless make his mark as a mining man when he gets practical experience. .' J, J. Fraser- left Thursday for San Francisco, where he will take a steam er for Valdez Landing, Alaska. There he will meet bis partner Jack Smith, and together they will go and inspect the wonderful properties on Copper river, which the latter has located. The Tbibune acknowledges the re- Sheriff Truman has a third interest in ceipt of an invitation to the commence ment exercises of the Tempe Normal school June 9th to 14ih. The follow ing comprise the graduating class: Alice Fultz, Dattie M. ureene, Edna L. Greeoleaf,. Elizabeth L Hedgepelb, Minnie A. Hill, Josephine E. Uottingeri Peria M. Martin, Eleanor A. Merriam, May E. McNulty, Elizabeth Schwartz, Serretta A. Sirrene, Uelett M. Stewart, L. Grace Webb, Ethel M. Wilbur, Noble Carter, Dean E.Godwin, Charles A. Stauffer. Ex-supervisor Jesse Brown, superin tendent of the Newbury Mining com pany, operating in the Box canyon, was in town this week laying in sup plies. At present the company has but six men employed doing assessment work, but the President and General MuuHger are expected out from Bos ton in & few days when more active development work will commence.. There is no doubt about the value of the company's property,, which con sists of twenty claims. the venture, he and grubstaked Smith. Fraser having W. J. Fear, advertising agent for tbe Chamberlain Medical company, of Des Moines, Iowa, was in Florence last Saturday, and made a yearly contract with the Tribune which ought to be advantageous to the parties concerned. One of our leading merohants was jacked np before Judge Doan this I week charged with contempt for vio lating an order the court in taking possession of some cattle in dispute. He was allowed to purge himself by plac ing tbe cattle back cn the range. There will be a meeting of the Village Improvement Club this (Satur day) afternoon at 4 o'clock at tbe club hall. Business of importance. Passengers on the M. & P. train this morning were greatly interested in a running tight that continued all the way from Maricopa to Phoenix, be tween a couple of officers and a luna tic. The man was manacled and tied, and still kept two sturdy men strug gling continually. The man, whose name was E. P. CleHan, was being brought from Tucson by Sheriff Frank Murphy and he was safely landed in the asylum here. Mr. Murphy says that Clellan was a rancher on the San Pedro and realizing his weakening mental faculties gave himself np to the authorities for care. He later be came very violent and was controlled only by main force. Enterprise. Children's Day. To-morrow, June 9th, is Children's Day, a Sunday School festival ob served by nearly all the churches all over the land. The Florence Presby terian Sunaay School will celebrate it by rendering the following pro gramme at 7 :30 p. m. Processional "Little Soldiers of Jesus" School. Invocation Pastor. . Chorus "Shout for Joy, O Zion" School. Four . recitations "Children's Day." , Bessie Brown, Florence Bebee, Iris Uickey, Earl Douglas. Hymn "Praise to the Triuue God" School. . Responsive ReadingSchool. Song "I head a. Mother singing" Marshall Brockway. Exercise "The Sower" Lady Doug las, Alberta Colton, Minuie MorreJ, Lucy Goodm, Cleon Kersey. Bible Reading Gales of Beauty. Chorus "Holy is the Lord" School. Song "Bright , little Sunbeams" lone Powell, Daisy Thomas, Geral dine Mayo, Car! Lewis, Myrtle Goodin, Lily Whitlow, Roy Adams, Harmon Lewis, Rhode Bebee, Dick Thomas, Nettie Cavaness, Marshall Brockway, Mollie Morrel, Earl Douglas. Scripture Reading Gates of Blessing. Recitation and Song "Through the Gates" Mabel Whitlow, Lois Bebee, Clarissa Tillman,. Lottie Colton, Jennie Weedin, Emma Thomas, Maude Goodin, Iris Hiekey,. Jessie Wright. Anthem "Lift up your heads, O ye gates" Choir. The Children's Offering. . . PAET SECOND. Exercise "A Wonderful Auction" Mr. Mayo, Virling Kersey, Jennie Weedin, Ray Uickey, Lottie Colton, Lewis Wilson, Gladys Wright, Dora Goodin, Emma Thomas. Chorus "Onward Go" School. Pastor's Words Rev. H. B. Mayo. Benediction. ' . Excursions to the Coast. Summer excursion rates to Santa Monica, Long Biiach. San Pedro, San Bueoa Ventura, Santa Barbara and Avalon will commence on Thursday, May 10th, twd run every Thursday, leaving Casa Grande at 8:35 p. m. Rate, $24.40 for the round trip, except Avalon, $2.25 extra. Tickets good for 90 days. Final excursion leaves on Au gust 29th next. J. Moorks, Agent. Summons. . )' ' TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Second Judicial District, in the Terri tory of Arizona, in aud for the County of PinaJ. Joha H. Wellington, plaintiff, vs. S. L. Young, defendant. The Territory of Arizona sends greeting toS. L. Young, defendant. You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the District Court of the Second Judicial District in and for the Ccnty of Pinal, in the Territory of Arizona, and answer the complaint filed with the Clerk of this Court, at Florence, in said County, within thirty days, (exclusive of the day of service) after the service upon you of this Summons. This action is brought to remove a cloud from the plaintiff's title to the Copper Glance Mine or Mining: claim, situate in the Riverside Mining District, County of Pinal, Territory of Arizona, aud to establish and quiet his title to said mining; claim, as in said complaint more fully set forth. And yon are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and answer the complaint as above required, judgment by default will be taken against yon, and the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in bis complaint. Given nnder my hand and the seal of said District Court at Florence, this ISrd day of May, A. D.1901. sal DANIEL C. STEVENS, Cl.KBK. By ALBERT T. COLTON, Dipirnr cusbk. Tirst publication May 25, 1901. On account of to-morrow being chil dren's day, Rev. U. B. Mayo has con eluded to postpone his engagement in Casa Grande and will preach at the Florence PresbyteriaD church at 10:45 a, m. . The Christian Endeavor service will be omitted and the evening de voted to a choice programme of exer cises by the children. Tbe school trustees for this district met last week and reappointed the old teachers as follows: W. V. Wilson, principal ; Mrs. S, H. Summers, assis tant; Mrs. Win. Clark, grammar; Mrs. A. T. Colton, primary. It was con cluded to add another teacher, but the appointment has not yet been made. The selection of the old teachers gives ve ry general satisfation. First Submarine Cable,. Which was mad from an ordinary wire, insulated with gutta percha, was laid across the English Channel about fifty years ago. It was also about the same time that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, the world renowned dyspepsia cure, was first introduced to the pub lic ; and its success as a family medi cine during those years almost eclipses that of the submarine cable, while to day it stands alone as the one reliable remedy for dyspepsia, indigestion, flatulency, constipation, biliousness, nervousness or insomnia. If you are a sufferer from these diseases, it is be cause you have never tried the Bitters. Try it at once, if you would be well. It will strengthen your entire system, and produce sound sleep, and good wealth must naturally follow.. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications,, as tbey cannot reach the diseased portion of tbe ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an Inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you- have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the re sult, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed' forever;, nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHEN FY & CO.,. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best.. Sheriffs. Sale.. ipiOiilffiiOi NEW STORE ' NEW GOODS H 3 SHIELDS & PRICE Have just opened up in the building ' formerly occupied by A. . F, Barker ) the largest and most complete stock of Groceries, Hardware, - Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, carried in Florence in recent years. , It is a fresh stock, bought at D bed-rock prices, and we propose to give our customers tlie benefit Call and be convinced. Cattle, Hay and Grain bought and solid. SHIELDS & PRICE, Florence, Arizona. sioiiiinifiiiniMiini imwmiri ffltllllliMillinfillllillllMMilllfli 1 . T'"" T""T Eagle Milling Company Tucson, Arizona QOL-D DUST.7 m ft t f Religious Notice Beginning with November, preach ing services at the Florence Presby terian Church on the second and fourth Sabboths of the month. Preaching services Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. m. ; Sunday school every Sunday at 10: a. m. ; Christian Endeavor every Sunday at 6:30 p. m. ; prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7 p. m. All are cordially invited to these &ci v.iccs. H. B. Mato, Fastor. TN THE JUSTICE COUKT OF. PRECINCT Number One, Pima county Arizona Ter ritory. Julius Goldbaum, Incorporated, Plaintiff, vs. Emi.1 Keilberg, Defendant. Under and by virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Justice's Court of Precinct Number One, Pima county, Ariuona, by L. S. Wilson, Justice of the Peace, on the 17th day of April, 1901, and to me as Sheriff duly directed and delivered, on a judgment ren deredin said Court in. the above entitled action on the 11th day of April, 1901, for the sum of $299.21 and the further sum of $12.80 costs, with the foreclosure sf plaintiff's at tachment Hen on the real' property upon which I have duly seized and levied upon in the manner and form, required by law, de scribed in the said judgment and order of sale as follows, to-wit : The north part of lot one (1) in Slock two (2) and improvements in the town of Mam moth, in tie said county of Pinal, Territory of Arizona;; and ordering: that the said property be sold aa under execution. Public notice is hereby given that I will at the Court House door of the said county of Pinal, Territory of Arizona, at the; hour of ten o'clock a.m. on Monday, the Sddayof J une, 1901, sell at public auction to the high est and best bidder for cash, the above de scribed property, and all of the- right, title and interest of the above named defendant in and to the same, or so much thereof as maybe necessary to satisfy said judgment and costs of suit and all scorning eosts. W. C. TEUMAN, Sheriff of Pinal county, Arizona Territory Dated May 2d, 1901. First publication May 4, 1901. - m I ft O fillliS 3 Wmm o h5 ft is Superior to Denver Flour; Tt is Whiter, Ithas More Levening Power. Makes a Largei Loaf, Bakes Quicker The Best Flour for Family U6e. For Sale by alt the Grocers. A.- F. BAEEEE. I -DEALEB IS- GENERAL MERCHANDISE, New, Fresh and Clean, FLORENCE, ARIZ. Corner-Main and Eighth Streets. 3- X have just returned from San Francisco, where 1 bought-a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, And NOTIONS for spot cash at very low figures, and proposeto give my customers the benefit of my purchase; Call aud be oonvinoed. . A R. BARKER. Si A-- SPINAS & MONTANO, Hardware Merchants, - Florence, Arizona. w ( Keep-every thing needed by tlb' Miner, the Farmer, Freighter, the Mechanic and by anybody else. S'i !& S'ft ' v. v a'.?. !'( s JW'- ! i&fe: S'fe i'b ' WE S3 Mi I S3-: 5r? v - it? 4?