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THE FLORENCE TKIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
"floKKNCE. ARIZONA. JL'NS 2. 11.
W. Y.
rek.
friue was in Phoenix this
Frank Lewis
from Tempe.
returned this week
Was. II. Beard returued from Phoe
l.i.t Tuesday.
Al. Sbaw was down from the
tuiue last Suuduy.
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Truruau weut to
Ca Uraode Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.- II. Durham carue iq
from their ranch Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank .Shields was iu Phoenix
thin week, returning Thursday.
Oa Thursday last Mijuel Frederico,
a 14-year-old nephow of Ambrosio
Arvizu, was bidly houUed by u mad
bull at Kenihvortli. He, iu company
witli three other boys, was driviuga
bunch uf cattle belonine to Shields &
Price. The boy got off his horse for
some purpose when the hull made for
him, knocked hint down, and gored
him severely on the leg ana shoulder.
The other boys rushed in to protect
him, and it tas only after a horse
ridden by Juau Aveoeute, Jr., was
hooked by the bull that the life of
Frederico. was suved. lie was brought
to town and is now under Dr. llioelt
way's ua re.
DOAN-LA CHANCE.
A Delightful Homo Wedding Celebrated
in Phoenix.
From the Phoenix Kcimblioun.)
A very pleasant home wedding took
place Tuesday ufteruoon at S o'clock
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. La
Chance, Xo. 1525 East Washiugtoti
street, at which time their daughter,
Ethyl A., was united in marriage to
Reduction In Prices of Feed.
Taylor llrannaman makes a special
offer to fanners who eoine to towu
with their teams to spend a few hours
on busiuess or pleasure. They can
put up their teams in his corral and
have them watered and fed hay for 15
cents per head, or fed hay and grain
for 25 cents. This is cheaper than
tying them to trees.
Waxteo To purchase choice one
Mr. Frank W. Doan. son of Judzei
Fletcher M. Doan. associate iustice of ! UBd lwo year old weathers, delivered
the supreme court of Arizona, of Fior- ttfler kh' Stale P asked
Mrs. A. F. Karker and daughter px
ect to leave next week for California.
Mrs. Peter Cosgray and her grand
daughter, Mrs. John McCarthy, ar
rived in Florence last Saturday, hop
ing to hear news of Mr. McCarthy, of
whose mysterous disappearance they
had only learued the previous day.
Telephone messages were sent to Pres
cott and Jerome, but nothing encourag
ing was received. It is now three large bouquet of blush roses
ence, Key. C. V. Cowan, pastor of the
M. E. church, officiating.
The iplerior deeoraliuns were in
pink and white and asparagus fern and
across one corner of the room hung a
canopy, from which was suspended a
large horse-shoe of blush roses. The
decorations were in charge of Mrs. J.
O. Dunbar. The bride was attired iu
an elaborate costume of imported
organdy trimmed iu real Valeucienuc9
lace, with silk ruches, and carried a
At the
j2'J-3t W. J. Katcuff,
Atwood, Kansas.
J. K. P.uros, tho prosperous Cotton
wood cattleman, was iu town Tuesday.
weeks since Mr. McCarthy was lost in i sound of Mendelssohn's Wedding
There will be a dance at the Kenil
worth school house Fourth of July
uiglit.
the Mogollon mountains, and his
friends fear the worst. Mrs.. Mc
Carthy is prostrated over the sad af
fair, and has the. sympathy of the en
tire conamuoity.
Tl 1 1 . pit, t r t- l . : .
aiire iicriun vtiit, ui vauip crutr, is ' ggg Hotel
visiting Mi&s. Lola Le Huron at Ivenil-wortb.
MisaK.M. Harris returned Sunday
from Piety Flat, where she has been
visaing her brother. ,
March, rendered by Mrs. "V. E. Defty,
the bride and groom appeared, ushered
in by Miss Byrd Rice, and took their
places under the canopy and horse-shoe
roses. The beautiful and impressive
i ceremony followed, the groom preseut-
Drais, of the Flor- ng the ring, while Mr. Defty san
the editor of the ! "Call MeThineChvn." After eoogratu-
were extended, the guests
Landlord L. K,
and
TWBVJjE received this week large-sized lalions
photographs of our former townsman, j partook of delicious fruit frappe from a
Hon. A. S. Humphreys, Circuit Judge I large punch bowl presided over by Miss
Captain P. P. Parker, speaker of the
ast Arizona Assembly, was a welcome
visitor in Florence this week.
Miss Grade Aogulo went to Casa
Grande Tuesday to visit her sister,
Mn. Fernando B. Maldonado.
W. I. Perry, of the Tucson firm of
Wheeler A Perry, was interviewing
jils Florence customers Tuesday.
at Honolulu. The Judge' handsome
face is depicted as somewhat older
than when he left here, and even more
intellectual and powerful. He is dow
Luella Hice, and a wedding luncheon
was served.
Those invited were: Judge and airs.
F. M. Doan and Fletcher Doan, Jr.,
r luformation has been received in
IJisbee that Frank Johnson, formerly
of that city, had implicated himself in
serious trouble ncir Abilene, Texas.
It seems that Johnson and a companion
had some trouble with a rancher living
near Abilene, l'e.asl over some cattle,
and u dispute urusc. which euJed in
the rancher bsing killed by Johnsou j
aud his partner. This men were ar- I
rested aud placed in jail at Abilene, J
hut during the night made good their
escape aud nothing further has been
heard of them. Johnson at one time
was iuterested iu the Free Coinage
saloon in Bisbee and married Miss
Josie Morgan. Somn threo years ago
Johnson shot and killed Andy Darnell
at the UP ranch in the Chiricahuas.
Of this crime he was exon-rated by the
coroner's jury, it being shown that the
act was done in self-defenss. Bisbee
1 Keview.
The permanence of the King of Ari
zona mine was settled duriag the week
by the cutting of the enclosed vein by
a shaft at a depth of 600 feet. The pay
streak crossed was fouod f our feet in
width with oaa perfect wall. With
in this pay streak the asa3ys avurage
$51 to tlje ton Sn gold. Crosseutling
has been started to determine the full
in Wednesday from Fhuenix, where j Mrs. and Miss Early, Dr. Win Wylie, ( width of the ledge. The mine which
I they were married the previous day. j Mrs. Munds, of Prescott; Mr. James j is mainly owned by Ep.-s Randolph ana
J A full account of the wedding is given j Colbath, Fortuoa; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. j Eugene S. Ives of Tucson, is th same
i in this issue, copied froin the Reouh'.i- i Slurtevant, Miss Norma Damron, Mr. i that had such fame, a nmHnwr n(
L. J. Sailors and Wm. M. -Crawford, j calv Te Tiubose wishes the young ! and Mrs. G trver, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. ! rock at the surface, worth thousands
iu San Francisco on a visit with his ! Florence; Mr. John Doan, Fortuna;
family, and his many friends in Flor- I t-'ol onel and Mrs. M. U. McCord, Mr.
ence hope to see them here before E. S. Wakelin, Captain and Mrs. P. P.
their reiurn to the islands. Parker and Miss Angie Parker, Rev.
' j and Mrs. C. V. Cowan and Miss Mamie
Mr. and Mrs. Frauk W. Doan came ! Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Duubar,
Kovernmeni employes at tne aacawn coupie ail the joys and prosperity im
Irtdiapageney, were in town Monday, arable, and especially welcomes the
Mrs. Valenzuela, and her daughter, b, ide t0 Florence, where she will prove
Miss Rita, and son Tiodolo, of Phoenis, j addition to its social circles. She
are vi.iting the family of Facnndo I a charming aud accomplished iady,
Salazar. ! aud 'ranl ' ll he congratulated u pou
i j having won her.
Kan Juan'a day was celebrated in j
Florence with the usual amount of
hilarity, though for a wonder nobody
vra hurt.
Father Bezemart, the Catholic priest,
was taken down with a fever on Tues
day, and has beea quite seriously ill
the entire week.
y
There seems to be a gang: of sneak
thieves in town, and now that people
ure sleeping out it would be well to
keep a look-out.
! Defty; Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Uiee and : of dollars to the ton. Now that it has
i Misses Luella and Byrd Rice and Mas- j been demoastrated that the ore body
I ter Milton Rice, Mrs. C. M. Curtis, j is a permaoentone, it is understood that
I Miss May Like, LaJunta, Colo. ; Mr. the owners will install a much larger
and Mrs. J. U. Hohnea of Kingman, j reduction plant, in the meantime ener
Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Trumau aud igetically opening up stoping levels.
Mr. John F. Davenport of Florence; j The last bullion shipment from the
Mr. Clay Parker and Mr. James Parker.
The bride is a cultured and most
estimable young lady, a musician of
more than local not, and has a host
mill, for something less than a month's
work, was f43,000.
Mrs. Emma J. Guild, formerly of
Florence, has resigned her position as
instructor in the sub-collegiate depart
ment of the University of Arizona, and i of friends in Phoenix, w ho will wish
will take a two years' course in the j her all the joy she so richly merits;
University of California. Her place in j the groom is recently from Stanford
the territorial university has been
filled by the appointment of Mist honors in the law department, and has
llattie Ferine, formerly a teacher in just been admitted to the California
the Tucson public schools. ! bar; he ia well known in Phoenix as a ( months arrears of does.
1 vouniT man of hiirh character and t- 1
The annual meeting of the South
west Micers' association will be held
on july 9,1901, at the rooms of the as
sociation at Los Angeles, at 8 o'clock
university, where he took the highest I P- All membera to be considered
in good standing and to be entitled to
a vote must not have more than six
Johnny Brady came over from Tuc
iioa last Sunday and returned Wednes-
The younjr men have made arrange- tainmeut with a promising future
meats to celebrate the Fourth of July
in Florence. There will be horse-
I racing, foot-racing, a base-ball match
The p-eseuts were mauy aud valu
able, among them being numerous !
pieces of china, cut-glass and solid !
it . t, . .. .-.. .. l t i i i , . .
( ii J v uuca Ul V 1 guuu nuuiui yJL
j a new item let us have it, but if your
for we have troubles of our own.
day. He has a host of friends here ! (probably with the Tempe nine) and ! silver,
who are always glad to see him. I fireworks and a ball in the eveoiog. The bride and groom took their de-
Surely enough to keep up a display of j parture on the evening train for 1 lor
patriotism for this warm weather. A j ence, accompanied by Judge and Mrs.
I good time is anticipated. j Doan, and at Casa Grande vhere the
j change for Florence is made, a wed-
George McClellan, Allison has been ; ding breakfast will be served this
appointed postmaster at Globe. He morning at the palatial residence of i
Capt, John G. Keating, chairman of
the Board of Supervisors, was ill and
confined to his bonse several days this
week, but Is now up and around.
VVAH K
HAS OPKXSD A
Gabriel E. Augulo bought a fine
bunch of steers this week from Nick
White and immedittely sold them to
Peterson, the cattle buyer of Mesa.
Supervisor Thos. N. Wills came in
from Mammoth Wednesday accoro
Janied by bis wife and will be on hand
at the meeting of the Board next Monday.
Mr. James McNeil and sister Miss
Nellie McNeil will leave Tempe in s
f w days for an extended visit in the
state of New York and a look at the
Buffalo exposition.
j Chinese Laundry,
was indorsed by Governor Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reid.
on Main Street (opposite Barker's.)
The Board of Supervisors will, meet
Monday in regular quarterly session
and also as a board of equalization.
District Attorney O'Connor is expect
ed home to-morrow from California.
Petronelio and Chono Aveneute,
with their families, returned last
riaturday from the Castle Creek Hot
flprttigs. Mike Bostiuk will remain at
tfle Springs for awhile.
Will Whitlow returned Tuesday
from Phoenix. He expects soon to go
V Wlckenburg, where preparations
(ire being made to open up the Vulture
mine on an extensive scale.
Adelbert S. Hay, son of Secretary of
Stale Hay, aud f jrmer consul to Pre
toria, South Africa, fell from the win
dow of a hotel at New Haven, Connecti
cut, on Saturday night and was killed.
Just how the accident occurred is not
known. Hay was ou'.y twenty-two
years old, and he was shortly to be
come assistant secretary to President
McKinley. His father was prostrated
with griof over the death, of the young
man.
I
Left a Curious Will.
New Yokk, June 21. "I bequeath i
my house and all my property to my )
mother, with the exception of five dol
lars which I leave to my darling hus
band, who has been the. very best of
men. I know he can make a living
for himself." This is the will of Mrs.
Harriet Cooper, filed to-day for probate.
W here plain and fauey washing and
ironing will be done by experts in the
business. Give Wah Kee a trial.
TAYLOR B RAN N ARAN'S
Livsry and Feed Stable.
Mrs. Stephen M. Bailey with her
two little boys will arrive to-night
from Phoenix, on a visit to relatives
and friends ia Florence. Her son
Walter drove to Mesa yesterday for
them.
Secretary Charles H. Akers was in
Kingmau on Monday last on mining
business. Mr. Akers intends to return
to Kingman after his term of officii ex
pires and enter actively into mi.iing.
There is a splendid opening in this,
eouaty for a promoter and Mr. Akers
will surely take well with the mine
owners. Mohave Miner.
The party given at Keating's Hall
last Monday night, by the young meo
f Florence, was one of the most suc
4sful social events of the season.
There was a, large attendance from
town and the surrounding country.
The following named Fioreuee peo
ple left on Thursday's Southern Pacific
excursion for the coast; Miss Natalia
Micbea, Claude Michea, Miss Mary
Sweeney, Mrs. J. H. Hopkins and son
Jimmie and Wm. McGee. Mrs. J. T.
Bartleson and daughter, Miss Bogie,
expect to leave next week.
Superintendent W. Y. Price has had
large force of men and teams at work
on the dam for some time past. It will
be completed this evening. The dam
has been strengthened ; new waste
gates have been put id, and the sand
lo the canal near the head for a dis
tance of half it mile has been cleaned
A pardon was issued, this week for
6am Dennis who is serving a term in
the pjnitentiary for murderous assault
committed in Yavapai county.
First Submarine Cabie,
Which was made from an ordinary
wire, insulated with gutta percha, was.
laid across the English Channel about
fifty years ago. It was alio about the
same time that Uostetter's Stomach
Eitters, 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 dissases, 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,
1 and produce sound sleep, and good
health must naturally follow,
Geo. E. Kohler this morning returned
from TorabstoDe. Mr. Kohler keeps
track of the advancement of Arizona
about as well as any man who is inter,
ested in the Territory. He is always
looking for a sign of improvemeut
and never misses a chance, to make a
good investment. Ue says that Tomb
stone shows unmistakable signs of re
cussitalioo. There are about fifty men
in the camp who are employed, in
sinking the new four-compartment
shaft which will he the main working
shaft in the "new operations of the
mines there. The shaft. is being sunk
in a hrd. formation beside the ledge.
Mr. Kohlor says that several new
houses have been built and. the camp is
lively. Tucson Citizen.
Excursions to the Coast.
Summer excursion rates to Santa
Monica, Long Beach, San Pedro, San
Buena Ventura, Santa Barbara and
Avalon will commence on Thursday,
May 19th, and run every Thursday,
leaving Casa Grande at 8:35 p. m.
Rate, $24.40 for the round trip, except
Avaloo, ?2 25-extra. Tickets good for
90 days. Final excursion leaves on Au
gust -9th next.
J. Mookes, Agent.
First-Class Stock and Rigs;
Carefui Attention Given to Tran
cient Stock.
Main Street, Florence, Arizona.
Summons.,
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I SHIELDS & PRICE
Have just opened up in the building
formerly occupied by A. F. Barker
the largest and most complete stock
of GTqceries, Hardware, - Dry Goods,
Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, carried in Florence in recent
years. It is a fresh stock, bought at
bed-rock prices, . and we propose to
give . our customers the benefit.'
Call and' be convinced.
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I SHIELDS a PRICE, Florence, Arizona.
Eagle Milling Company
Tucson, Arizona.
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It is Superior to Denver Flour,
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It has More Levening Power.
Makes a Largei Loaf,
Bakes Quicker
The Best Flour for
Family Use.
For Sale bv all the Grocers.
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GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
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Religious Notice
Beginning with November, preach
ing services at the Florence l'sesby
tcriau Church on the second and fourth
Sabboths of the month.
Preaching services Sunday, It a. m.
and 7:15 p. m,; Sunday school every
Sunday at 10: a. tn. ; Christian Endeavor
every Suuday at 6:30 p. m.; prayer
meeting every Wednesday at 7 p. in.
All are cordially invited to these
services, II, E. Matq, raster..
IN THE DISTRICT COOEI OF THE
Second Judicial District, in the Terri
tory of Arizona, iu and for the County of
Pinul.
John H. Wellington, plaintiff, . S. L.
Young, defondaut.
The Tprritory of Arizona Bends greeting
to, 3. h. Young, defendant, ,.,
You are hereby (uinmoued 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 County 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 5'ou aro hereby notiUed that if you
fail to appear and answer the complaint as
above required, judgment by default will be
taken against you, and the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief prayed for
in bis complaint.
Given under my baud and the seal of said
District Court at Florenoo, this i3rd day of
May.A.D. 1901.
(seal) ' DANIEL C. STEVENS,
By ALBERT T. COLTOK,
Dbpuiy Clebs.
first publicnl'ton My 2S,-lWt.
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I have just returned from San Francisco, whore 1 bo tit a ltVrffeaud
well selected stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
And NOTIONS for spot cauls at very low figures, and proiJoneto ffive jg
my customers the benefit of my purchases. gjS
Call and be convinced. E '
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