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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . f LUKENCB. ARIZONA. NOVEMBER , 1S01. SUNSET LONQ-DISTANCE TELEPHONE. FLORINCB EXCHANGE. Main. XI Barker, A. F.,.. General Merchandise. 41 Broekway. Q. M Florence Pharmacy. tl Brook way, G. M., Residence. W Canal Company, Office. . M Clerk's ofHie... ..Court Home. 71 Sheriff'! oflioe... .Court House. tl-Dralt, L. K., Florence Hotel. 151 J udge's office.... Court House. Hl-Donn, F. M .Residence. 1(H Keating, J. G... .Tunnel Saloon. Ill Miches A Co Florence Cah Store. 1U Powell, C. G Residence. HI Reppy, C. D.,.. ..Residence. 181 Reppy, C. D .Tbibusb Office. 141 Shield! A Price,. General Merchandise. Ml Stevens, D.C.,...Montesuma Stables. 181 Truman, W. C . Residence. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE., CA8A GRANDE STATION. Ko. t, west-bound, dally at 8:33 p. m. Mo. 10, east-beund, daily at. ,4.31a.m. Archie. Ryan Wednesday. was up from Arizola Simon Anpulo A, Co. expect to soon remove to Tuoson. . Leonard Fry was Kelvin this week. in tow a from Justice Cbas, F. Bennett, of Casa Orande, was in town Thursday. Mrs. Win, Dodenhoff, of Phoealx, is visiting her mother, Mrs.T. F. Weedia. District Court. Frank Schilling, Jake Bates John C. Devine came down from Thursday. and Ray IIon. F. M. Doan, Judge. GRAND JCBT. Wm. Gould, E. W. Childs, Ed. A. Bates, R.W. Kersey, W. Louergan, D, A. Le Baron, Harry Arg all, Duran Dailey, Wm. Wright, R. B. Arballo, W. J.Le.Baroo, J. II. Durham, ' J. S. Story, C. A'. Ritsch, H. N. Lewis, Andrew Denier, J. E. Arthur, R. T. Phillips, R. F.Graham, Cbas. D. Myers, W. Y. Price. November 4, 1901. County of Pinal vs. P. R. Brady etal; set for trial .Nov. 16lh, without a jury. Jose Duran vs. Rainon Duran; set for Nov. 9. Farmers Loan & Trust Co. vs. Mammoth-Collins Gold Mines, Limited; set for Nov. 16. . II V. Day vs. P. R. Brady; judg ment for plaintiff. Territory vs. Gabriel Herreros ; dis missed. Francisco Valencia vs. E. Herreras ; judgment for defendant. Union Iron Works vs. Vekol Mining Co. ; set for trial Dec. 23. Quilino Espinosa va, W.. Y. Price; dismissed. UNITED STATE6 COURT. ' Twenty-one grand jurors ordered summoned for Nov. 18th. Sixty trial jurors ordered sum moned for Nov. 20th. J. C. Moffitt, representing the firm of Blake, Moffitt & Towne, of Los An geles, was in town Monday. Mrs. F. M. Doan will return home to-day after speodiug a couple of weeks with friends in Tucson. The irrepressible John T. Bites, road overseer for the Kelvin district, has been spending the week in town. There was a pleasant social dance Monday evening at Micbea's hall. Garcia's orehestra furnished the music. Mrs. Marry Argall and Miss Nellie Weaver, of Casa Grande, have been pending the week with Mrs. J. E. O'Connor. 8. N. Stlsbury returned to Florence Thursday and expects to remain here. He has been in Cochise county for sev eral months past. Mrs. H, N. Lewis has been quite lick this week with peritonitis, and her husband, who Is now in Tempe, has been sent for. Another Desert Mystery Solved. Last Saturday J. C. Harris dis covered the remains ot a man about a quarter of a mile south of the Globe road, ten miles east of Florence, and on Wednesday, in company with Justice M. M. Hiokey, as acting Coroner, went out to the place aqd decently interred the bones. An inquest was held, and from the testimony of C. Brunenkant and others tbere was lit tle room for donbt that the mystery of the disappearance of Matliias Rum back, who was last seen here on the 30th day of May, 1900, had at last been solved. The clothing tallied exactly with that worn by Rumback, as described by Mr Brunenkant, in whose employ the deceased was for a number of months. Rumback was of morose disposition and had threatened suicide. It was known that he had procured a bottle of laudanum, and had left a note for the priest asking him to prsy for his soul.. Deceased was about 40 years old and if he has any living relatives the fact ia not known. N. A. Brown (widely known as "Red Wagon Brown" to distinguish him from other members of the Brown family) died suddenly in Red Rock on Tuesday last ut 2 p. m. Acting Coroner M. M. 'Mickey was notified and left atoocefor the scene, where he held an Inquest on the remains. The verdict of the jury was that deceased came to his death from heart failure. He had been complaining but a short time and took to his bed where he died. Mr. Brown was an old and highly respected resident of the county, living in the neighborhood of Casa Grande, where he owned considerable property. At the time of bis death he was running a stage line between Red Rock and the Silver Bell mine. The funeral took place Wednesday,-E. H. Reese, the railroad agent at Red Rock, conducting religious services. Deceased was 79 years old, a native of Ohio, and bus relatives living in that State. Hinson Thomas, an old resident of Piual county, where he held a uum ber of responsible official positions, came in from Globe Thursday with nine United States prisoners who will have their trials next week in tl.e Federal Court before Judge Djuq. It is now more than twenty-jne years since we first knew Hinson Thomas when he and Harry Woods were run ning the Record in Tucson, and it makes one feel like an old-timer to take him once more by the hand. Mr. Thomas is one of the brightest news paper men that ever struck the ter ritory, and it seems pity that be should have abandoned the business, although he has made an excellent officer. He Is now under sheriff of Gila county. A. Cough " I have made a most thorough trial of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and m prepared to say that for all dis eases of the lungs it never disap points." J. Early Finley, Ironton, O. 0".. -V", -V, tj. 4 '. , c'5- .".- !' '-.'y. S"i' ?'! ' GENERAL FREIGHT CONTRACTORS, Florence, Arizona. Aver's Cherry Pectoral wont cure rheumatism; we never said it would. It won't cure dyspepsia; we never claimed it. But it will cure coughs and colds of all kinds. We first said this sixty years ago; we've been saying it ever since. Three sizei : ISc, 58c, SI. AU dra-jlsU. Consult yonr doctor. If he says take It, then do as he says. If he tells you not to take it, then don't talis it. He knows. Leave It with him. We are willinc. i. C. AYEK CO.. Lowell, Mass. KS9V9 W. H. James, of London, England, came to lucson Sundav nieht. He represents James Brothers, mining engineers, with offices in London, West Australia and Mexico. Mr. James comes to inspect the Mammoth mine, representing the English syndicate that owns tbe property. He left for Mammoth on the stage this morning. Citizen. . The Tribiisb acknowledges the re- ceipt of the wedding cards of Mr. Thomas C. Graham and Miss Pauline F. Jaeekel, who were united in mar riage in San Francisco on the 5th inst. Mr. Graham formerly resided in Flor ence and recently returned from Alaska, whtre he was very successful. His many friends here wish him and his bride much joy and cootinued pros perity. Stop the Cengs and work en" tbe told. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure no Pay. Price 25 cents. Tbe Joint Teachers' Institute for Pinal Pima, Cochise aod Santa Cruz counties will meet in Tucson November 25th to 29tb inclusive. An excel en t programme has been arranged aod tbere will be a large attendance. The Ladies' Improvement Club will meet next Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence of the president, Mrs. W.C. Truman. Mrs. J. P. Welles, of Tucson, is ex pected to arrive in Florence to-morrow, and will spend a couple of weeks visit ing among her friends. A rodeo has been going on in this neighborhood since last Tuesday, with Gabriel E. Angulo as captain, and is aow working down tbe canal towards the reservoir. Chss. O'Dell, of Tucson, and L. D. Phillips, of New York, passed through Florence Wednesday for Dudieyville, where they went to examine some mines. The young people of the town are arranging for a cotillion to be given on tbe 19th inst. at Improvement Hall. They will meet for practice on Monday evening next. Gone South. Last Saturday night a man attempted to hold up a gambling game at Naco, Cochise county, and was filled full of holes, his body being perforated with fifteen bullets. It is needless to say that he is dead. The would-be robber was identified as Tom South, com parative stranger in the community. TO CtBX A COLD 1.1 ME DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25:. For Sale Nickel-io-Slot machine Owls, Musical Pucks and Musical Black Cats. Address, W. Doyle. West End Hotel, Alexandria, La. 2t Religious Notice Beginning with November, preach ing services at the Florence Presby terian Church on the secoud 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 services. H. B. Mayo. Pastor. SHIELDS PRICE Hay, Grain, Cattle. DBA LESS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. w srS isl tfj. '5. -s'.'' :' v w 'Si' i' S'jWWW! J. P. Welles, chief deputy U. 8. Marshal, came in from Globe Thurs day with nine prisoners, charged with selling liquor to Indians. Their cases will comn before the United States grand jury. This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine Table. the- remedy that com m cold In erne day On Thursday evening the 20th Cen tury Club held its first meeting for the season at the residence ot W. J.. Bley. It was principally a business meeting, though a portion of the evening was devoted to Shakespear's King Lear nnder the leadership of Mrs. A. B. Kersey. Mrs. S. H. Summers read an excellent paper containing a history of the play, after which liberal extracts were read. The next meeting will be In 1855 two "hoboes," known locally as Jack Brown and Dutch Jim, were run out of Aaburn, Placer county, Cali fornia, as being no good. They were given a pick and shovel and escorted to the edge of town and told to. go to work or not come back. They Bat down as soon as tbey were out of sight in . the ravine above town, near the Sacra mento road. One of them began idly striking with the pick. What was his held Thursday, Nov. H.at the home of I surprise when he uncovered a good sized Sheriff W. C. Truman returned Wednesday from np the river, where he went on court business, and has been confined to hit house since with a severe attack of asthma. Lo&T Last Sunday, between the Presbyterian Church and the Western Addition, a lady's sew gray kid glovs. Finder will please return the same to this office and be rewarded. Charley, Lem and Wong, three well' known Chinamen, have rented the Barker store and will soon open np with a general stock of merchandise, tinder the firm name of C. L. Wong. Bev. H. B. Mayo, wife and ohil- drea will leave aext Wednesday for Phoenix, which place they will make their future home. They take with them the best wishes of many friends in Florence. Dr. G. M. Broekway, with Mrs. CD. Beppy as leader, when tbere will be a continuation of King Lear. Several new members were admitted, and the vacancy caused by the resignation of Bev. H. B. Mayo in the executive com mitteeand in the office of vice president was filled by the election of Bev. B. C. Meeker to tbe positions. The meetings of the club the coming winter promise to be both interesting and instructive. nugget. Then both began digging in earnest, and they unearthed a perfect nest of nuggets the largest one weigh ing 34 ounces, considerably mixed with quartz. They dug out altogether in that one day, 58 ounces making at tbe rate of $17 per ounce, $680. Then they went back to Auburn and were well received. -M. & E. Eeview. Sheriff's Sale. Under and by virtue ol a judgment and order of sale iitsued out o! the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the Terri tory of Arizona, in and for the County of Pinal, on tbe 4th day of November, 1901, In an action entitled Mr. H. V.Day, plaintiff, va. P. E. Brady, Sr and Antonia Brady, hi wife, defendants, wherein plaintiff re covered judgment against P. B. Brady, Sr.. and Antonia Brady, his wife, on the 4th day of November, K)i for the sum of Four Hundred and Forty-Four and 61-100 "$444.81' ' Dollars, with interest the-eon from date of judgment at the rate of twelve per cent per annum until paid, tot-ether with Forty-Four and 50-lU0"il4.50" Dollars attorneys fees and Six and 15-100 "f .15 Dollars costs and accru ing costs, I have this day made levy on all of the right, title and interest of the said P. H. Brady, Sr., and Antonia Brady, his wife, in and to the following described propeity. to-wt: The north half of block 123 and the north half of block 125, Florence townsite, according to a m ap or plat of the same now on file in toe office of tbe County Recorder of Pinal county, Arizona, together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging. notice is hereby given that on Saturday,. the 7th day of December, 1901, at two o'clock p. m. in front of the Court House door at irlorence, in the county of Pinal, Territory of Arizona, I will sell at public auction the above described property, or as much there of as may be necessary to the highest and best bidder for cash to satisfy said judgment and costs. W. C. TRCttiX. Sheriff. Dated Florence, Final county, Arizona, this Bth day of November, 1901. Eagle Milling Company Arizona. Xucsoiu, c GOLD DUST.' O O i IsGoTlddDstJ 1 n U a i-3 It is Superior to Denver Flour, It is Whiter, It has More Levening Power. Makes a Largei Loaf, , Bakes Quicker The Best Flour for Family Use. For Sale by all the Grocers. t 1 -1 1 --1 - 2- .ft - - - -- -J-'-ti Y- ! u iniu Lin iiiuiu i mi iii ii ii iiniii n niii 1 1 ii n il i in sin in i u i n u 1 n 1 1 1 u 1 1 I A.. F. BARKEE, -DEALEB IN- Notiee of Hearing Petition. TX THB PROBATE COURT OF THE County of Pinal, Territory of Arizona. In the Matter of the Estate of N. A. Brown, deceased. Notice is hereby given that M. M. Hickey has filed in this Court his petition praying that letters of Administration be granted him in the estate of N. A. Brown, deceased, and that the same will be heard on Monday, the 18th day of November, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day at the Court-room of said Court, in Florence. County of Pinal, Territory of Arizona, and all persons interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show Lcause, H any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Dated November 8th, 1901. h. C. HERR, Clerk. GEflERAL Mrs. Stephen Bailey aud her two little boys and daughter, Miss Mollie Long, left yesterday for Nogfales to join Mr. Bailey, who is engaged in business there.. Walter Bailey, another son, has also a good position in the Line City, and the family will probably locate there permanently. Tbey are- State of Ohio, Citt of Toledo, ) amou? the oldest and most prominent Lucas County ) residents of our town, and their re moval isacause of sincere regret. CAHOEJiUA RAZORS. Cahuenga Razors are tbe very best on tbe market. Send one dollar to day and we will send the uaogt satisfactory Razor you can buy at any price. California made goods are the best. HOLLYWOOD NOVELTY CO., Hollywood, Califor nia. When ordering mention the Tribusb. 3t WW KILE! Judge Hickey, who was In Red Rocli ! this week on official business, reports considerate activity at that railroad point owing ' extensive mining devel opments in the Silver Bell district. A large amount of freight Is now being handled at that station . The 8ociety of Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian Church will hold a social Monday eveting, Nov. 18tbt at tbe residence of C. D. Reppy, to which the public are cordially invited. Furth er arrangements and object will be duly noted in next week's Tiubuhe. A Great Statesman's Secret. The secret of a celebrated states man's long life was his systematic way of eat ing. Every bite of food was chewed thirty times before swallowing. The resmtwashe naturally enjoyed good health. Most men and wo aea bolt their food, and eat things which were never Intended to be eaten. They be come costive-, have a bad complexion, lose flesh, and are irritable and nervous and the first thing they know they are "played oat." It ie gratifying to know that Hosteteer's Stomach Bitters cures stomach troubles. It is a purely vege table medicine that has stood the test of fifty years. It cures cases which seem to be hopeless. Sufferers from any disorder of stomach, liveroe bowels should try It, Corner Main and Eighth Streets. i.o.uimiiuioc, New, Fresh and Clean, FLORENCE, ARIZ. Fbank J. Chkney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of the firm of F. J. Chkney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, tttunty aod Stale aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catabrh that cannot be cured by the nse of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed la my presence, this 6th day of Decem ber, A. D. 1886. . A. W. GLEASON, j SEAL t . ' Notary Public. 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