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THE FLORENCE TRIBUNE
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TLOrInCiTaRIZONA. DECEMBER 31, 1901. sua i ikt" long-distanck telepho n i. FLO HENCE EXCHANGE. Wain. U Barker, A. F.,..Geneval Merchandise. 41 Brockway, Q. M., Florence Fharraaoy. si Brockway, G.M., Residence. SI Canal Company, Office. 81 Clerk's office, Court Houe. 71 Sheriff'! office,.. .Court House. 81-Drais. L. K Florence Hotel. 161 Judge' office. . . .Court House. 831 Doan, F. M .Residence. 101 Keating, J. G.,.. Tunnel Saloon. Ill Michea A Co., . . .Florence Cash Store. 121 Powell, C. G Residence. lSl-Keppy, C. D Rosidence. 181-Reppy, C. D .TiUBUK Office. HI Shields 4 Price,. General Merchandise. 1M Stevens, D.C Montezuma Stables. Hi Truman, W. C... Residence. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE. CASA OKANDK STATION. Ko. t, west-bound, daily at 1:31 p. m. He. It, east-beund, dally at 4:11 a. m. Mis Mollle LoDg returned last Sun day from Nopales. W. K. Keotfield is reported improving- daily in health . Mrs. W. H. Benson returned Thurs day to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Chat. Whitlow went to Phoenix last Sunday. J. J. Fraser lias bought the Camp bell ranch, west of town. This is one of the beat places in the valley. Frank Shields has returned from California where he took a shipment of falcattla from bis Kenil worth ranch. The invitation cotillion to be given next Friday evening at Heating's Hall promises to be the social event of the season . VVm. A. Nash, who left the territory twelve or fifteen years ago, has re turned and is figuring on starting a newspaper in Bisbee. Gabriel E. Angulo, wife and children weut to Tucson Thursday to spend Christmas. They were accompanied by Miss Teresa Angulo, Mrs. French, of Col ton, Cal., is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. L, K. Drais. Mr. and Mrs. Drais went to Casa Grande Wednesday to meet her. Last Monday Judge M. M. Hickey tried the civil suit of Cbono Celaya vs. Lein Slew, and a jury brought in a verdict for $45 and costs for the plaintiff. SAU CARLOS DAFt! Mr. awl Mrs. VVm. B. Eeld and MU Lillian Beid of Casa Grande, and Mrs. K. K. Kellara, of Los Angeles, will spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Truman. Smith Turner, who was tried in Tombstone last week for assault to commit murder, was convicted of simple assault and sentenced to three months in thecounty jaiL The Bill Providing for Its Construction. After the Public Lands Have Been Reclaimed the Surplus of Water May Be Sold to Settlers. For years there has not been so much inquiry for property in Florence as at the present time. The railroad is as sured, and the prospect for the San Carlos dam was never so bright. Prices for property have stiffened very con siderably. Antonio Valdez was examined last Saturday before Court Commissioner D. C. Stevens, charged will selling liquor on the Sacaton reservation, and was bound over to appear before the U. S. grand jury under 900 bonds under two charges. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Doan and lion. John Doan will spend a portion of the holidays with their parents, Judge and Mrs. Fletcher Mr. Doan. Frank and his wife will return on the Cth of January, to Stanford University, where the former will resume his studies. Dr. ueorge M. crock-way has pur chased two blocks in the Douglas tract, fronting on Main street. This is desirable residence property at pres ent, but the time is not far distant when it will become business property, as the town is certain to build in that direction. Alejandro Gay has brought suit in the District Court against the Casa Grande Valley Canal companr for half interest in the Holland ditch, and also suit against Pogue & HacEitchio for a quarter section of land east of town. Uardesty and Orflla are Gay's attorneys. The Tribune folks acknowledge the receipt of an invitation to the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Woodman of Yuma, on Christ masday. Not being able to attend we can only send best wishes and congrat ulations to the excellent couple who bave been our friends for many years. Washington, Dec. 8 (Special Cor respondence of tbe Republican.) The following is the bill introduced by Representative Reeder of Kansas for the construction of the San Carlos res ervoir : That the secretary of the interior be, and hereby is authorized to enter upon the construction of the following des cribed works for irrigation of arid and semi-arid lands : For a reservoir ou Gila river in the terrjtory of Arizona at a favorable point near the San Carlos Indian agency, for storing the flood waters of Gila, river, the water stored to be used first for the benefit of the Pima, Papago and Mari copa Indians for irrigating the lands of the Gila river reservation, the stored waters in excess of the needs of the Indians to be used for reclaiming the irrigated vacant public lands; and also for acquiring and preparing the dam sits and for continuing the measure ment of tbe daily flow of water in Gila river; for preparing detailed plans ne cessary for advertising for bids for var ious elasses of work connected with the construction of tbe dam and its appur tenances, and for beginning the same ; also for surveying, locating, and pre paring plans and estimates of cost of construction with Indian labor of the necessary canals for carrying the water from said reservoir to the lands to be irrigated; for examining, surveying, and designating the vacant public lands which can be irrigated with the stored water from said reservoir in ex cess of the needs of the Indians, the sum of three hundred thousand dollars. Sec 2. That for a system of reser voirs upon the headwaters of the True keeand Carson rivers, situated -within or adjacent to the state of California for the irrigation of desert lands lying wholly or in part in the state of Ne vada ; for acquiring and preparing the necessary land for reservoir and dam site and other worka connected with the operstion of the reservoirs ; for con tinuing measurement of daily flow of water in the rivers; for preparing de tailed plans and specifications upon which bids may be received for various parts of the work and for beginning the same ; for surveying and marking- the lands which will be benefited by irrigation from the water stored in said reservoirs, one hundred thousand dol lars. Sec. 3. That upon completion of each irrigation project supplying water for lands designated by survey, the total cost of the completed work shall be ascertained and the amount divided pro rata per acre of the lands to be irri gated thereby, end said amount shall be made a charge against tbe lands as the cost of a right to use of water from said system of irrigation, aud that said public lands shall be subject to home stead entry after notice by the secre tary of tbe interior upon the condi tion tbat in addition to the require ments of the homestead act tbe entry- men shall make payment to the gov ernment of tbe cost per acre of right to use water as above ascertained, said payment to be made in not to exceed ten annual installments, and each entryman shall be limited to the entry and settlement of eighty acres or such lesser amount as tbe secretary of the interior may designate. The actual occupation and cultivation oi tbe land shall be a requisite to obtaining title. See, 4. " Tbat in case the water thus provided shall be more than sufficient for the reclamation of pnblie lands, or if land in private ownership baa been found by survey to be better suited for tbe utilization of tbe stored waters, or if there is sufficiency for both, then tbe right to use such water may be sold to settlers at the rate as above ascertain ed and under the same terms. Bat no water right stall be granted to any landowner or occupant for an amount exceeding eighty acres. At the Fuller School. Th following exercises will be ren dered by the pupils of the Fuller School, District No. 10, on December 24, 11 a m., after which school will dismiss for the holidays to reopen on January 6lh, 1902. Parents and friends of the pupils who would desire to hear them are ex tended a cordial welcome. Mks. K. W. Sebeno, Teacher. PROGRAMME. Opening Song "Come Cheerful Com panions" School. Opening Recitation "Welcome" Esther Guerrero. Song "We Are Little Sisters Gay" School. Recitation "Be Polite" Anselmo Duran. Recitation "Cherry Cheeks" Rosa Ritscb. Recitation "Thanksgiving Turkey " Charles Ritscb. Recitation "My Age" Josefa Quay dacan. Concert Recitation "Tbe Flowers" by Mabel Myers, Katie and Esther Guerrero, Rosa Kitsch. Song "Oh, Little Town of Bethle hem" School. Recitation "Grandma's Letter" Mabel Myers. Recitation "The Light Tbat is Felt" George Kitsch. Recitation "Kitty's Wish" Ella Kitsch. Concert Recitation "Tbe Days of tbe Week" Leader, Esther Guerrero. Sunday, Mabel Myers; Monday, Angela Guaydacan; Tuesday, Josefa Guayda ean ; Wednesday, Anselmo Duran ; Thursday, Rosa Kitsch ; Friday, Katie Guerrero ;Saturday, Juan Sais. Song "My Country 'Tis of Thee" School. Recitation "My Country's Flag" Juan Sais. Recitation "Those I Love" Dora Kitsch. Concert Recitation "The Best Day" George, Charles and Dora Kitsch." Recitation "Tbe Little Seamstress" Katie Guerrero. Recitation "This Side and That" Carmen Sais. Concert Recitation "What Girls Like to Do" Martina, Carmen and Peera Sais, RitaGuaydacaa, Ella and Dora Kitsch. Diagae "The Doll's Hospital" Acted ont by Martina and fetra Sais, Rita Guaydacan, Esther Guerrero, Ella and Dora Kitsch. Closing Song "Home Sweet Home" School. I Coughed I had a most stubborn cough for mtny yesrs. It deprived me of sleep and I grew very thin. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was quickly cured." R. N. Mann, Fall Mills, Tenn. Sixty years of cures and such testimony as the above have taught us what Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will do. We know it's the great est cough remedy ever made. And you will say so, too, after you try it. There's curein every drop. Tsrte itie : lie. He, $1. Ail Consult voiiT doctor. If he ssys tsks It, then do as ho sari. If ho tells jon not to take It. then don't taks It. He knows. IjUto it with him. Wo are willing. J. C. alEK CO., Lowell, Incase of a dispute of ownership over an unpatented mining claim tbe burden of proof is always on the jumper. i . & . The San Carlos Dam Will ba Built. From the Negalea Oasis. The United States land office at Tuc son has received from Washington an order by Secretary of the Interior withdrawing from entry, pending sur vey and determination ot the San Carlos dam, all the surveyed sections in that area of country south of the Gila river included between Dudley Till on the Sao Pedro, and Sweet- water, west of Casa Grande, as far south as an east and west line drawn along abont Picacho station, oa the Southern Pacific. The withdrawal in cludes all of what is known as the Casa Grande valley and adjacent regions. FLORENCE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Honorarles, November 18 to Deoember , 13, 1901. Grade 5. Average. Elisa Lorona 90 MaudGoodin t 90 Lucila Celaya.. 90 Grade 4. Average. Adelaide Douglas 94 Alberta Col ton 93 Edward Brnnenkant 91 Lnpa Duron... 90 Scholars receiving a general average of 90 per cent in attendance, Punctual ity, Deportment and scholarship, dur ing tbe school month are entitled to position on roll of honor. Sue H. Summers, Teacher. On Wednesday last Mrs. Win. Whit low and son left for San Bernardino, Cal., where Mrs. Whitlow's mother Is lying critically ill. R. H. Stanton, a member of G troop of Roosevelt's Rough Riders, who saw service is Cuba and afterwards in tbe Philippines, has resigned bis position as a member of Mossman's rangers and will leave in a few days for Phoenix. After a short rest Mr. Stanton will go to Yuma, where he has secured a place as one of the prison guard. Bisbee Review. To Miners and Prospectors. I am an occult phenomena in min eral life and never fail to locate bodies of ore, in abandoned mines if there, a ad In virgin soil, giving a perfect de scription of all locations. Write for terms, etc.' M. Gibraltbb,. 217 San Antone St. El Paso, Texas. This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quimne Tawe the remedy that (-area cold lsv one day A special effort to collect balances due this paper will be made during tbe next few days. Those knowing them selves to beindebted to Chas. D. Keppy or the Florence Publishing company are respectfully requested to call and settle. After January 1st, 1902, all unpaid bills will be placed In the hands of an attorney for collection. Anyone having a alalia aga!nst this psper will please present the sa.ne and It will be promptly paid. El Pasa Midwinter Carnival. Tickets from Casa Grande to El Paso $18.60 for the round trip, beiDg one Kiogle fare. Sale dates For trains arriving at El Paso January 13th to 18th, 1902, Inclusive. Return limit January 20th, 1902. J. M CORES, Casa Grande Agent. COUGHS AND COLDS IN CHILDREN. Recommendation of a Well Known Chi cago Physician. I use aud prescribe Chamberla'n'a Cough Remedy for almost all obstinate, constricted coughs, with direct results. I prescribe it to children of all ages. Am glad to recommend it to all in need and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial afflictions.' It is non-narcotic and safe in the hands of the most unnrofessional. A universal panacea for all mankind. M bs. Mabt R. Melendt, M. D., Ph. D., Chicago, 111. This remedy is for sale by Brock way's Pharmacy. - Religious Notice Beginning with November, preach ing services, at the Florence Presby terian Church on the second and fourth. Sabbaths of the month. Preaching services Sunday, 11 a. m and 7:15 p. m.; Sunday school everv Sunday at 10: a. m. ; Christian Endeavor every Sunday at 6:30 p. m.; prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7 p. m1 All are cordially invited to these services. B. C. Meeker, Pastor. 7.S St? mi if? & 51?. V4 i 'i . 'it f Sir. Ml. GENERAL FREIGHT CONTRACTORS, Florekcb, Arizona. SHIELDS I Hay, Grain, PRICE Cattle. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. StV5 '. 'Ji? S't . lf "i - . W - OS- ' !.. . jslt. vM. jt(. .!. fe'Sli Eagle Milling Company Tucson, Arizona. GOLD DUST-7 Eh m A a, I ft o illli! kSOLD DUST 1 Jm f s 'net . 0 W ! 1 3l Q O O U a i-3 It is Superior to Denver Flour, It is Whiter, It has More Levening Power. Makesa Largei Loaf, Bates Quicker The Best Flour for Family Use. For Sale by all the Grocers. n , h ii rCS rO. rCS rCS New Store! New Goods! I At Barker's Old Stand A New Year's Guide. There is one book every one should make an eCort to get, for the new year. It contains simple and valuable bints concerning health, many amusing anedotes, and much general informa tion. We refer to Hostetter's Almanac, published by The Hostetter Co., Pitts burgh, Pa. It will prove valuable to any household. Sixty employes are kept at work on this valuable book. The issue for 1902 will be over eight millions, printed in the English, Ger man, French, Norwegian, Swedish, Bohemian and Spanish languages. It contains proof of the efficacy of Hostet ter's Stomach Bitters, the great remedy prepared by the publishers, and is worthy of careful preservation. Tbe almanac may be obtained free of cost, 1 at any druggist or general dealer in tbe country. A Good Cough Medicine. ' . From the Gazette, Toovoomba, Australia. I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is an excellent medicine. I have been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months, and it has effected a cure. I have great pleasure in recom mending it. W. C. Wockheb. This iathe opinion of one of our oldest and most respected residents, and has been voluntarily given in good faith tbat others may try the remedy and be benefited, as was Mr. Wockner. This remedy is sold by Brock way 'a Pharmacy. Notice or Hearing; Petition. TBt THB PROBATE COD11T Off THB Couatjr of Pinal, Ten itoryot Arizona. In tbe Matter of the Estate of N. A. Brown deceased. Notice Is he by fiveu tbat M. M. Hickey has filed in this Court his petition praying that letter of Admiaistratiou be granted Sim in tbe estate of N. A. Brown, deceased, and that the same will be heard on Mondav, tbe 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 Floreuce, Coanty of Pinal, Territory of Arizona, and It i persons interested tn said estate are notj led then and there to appear and show oause, it any ther have, why tbe prater of said petitioner should not be granted. . Dated November 8th, K01. v; L. C.H SEE, Clerk. WILLIAM. Mill Notice to the Public. I ant compelled to have cash for meat in order to liquidate my accounts. Hereafter bills must be paid on the 1st of each month. This means everybody, regardless of friendship or politics. If bills are not paid promptly on the first of each month do not ask for further credit for you will cebtainlt be refused. U. E. Angulo. Floren.ee, Aris., Sept, 21, 1901. tf HIS LIFE AND WORK., Br- Gen. Charles H. Gkosvenob. President's life long Friend, Comrade in war and Colleague in Congress, Was near his sidewith other greatmen when bis ees were closed in death. Followed tbe bier to the National Capitol and to Canton. The General requires a share of tbe proceeds of his book to be devoted to a MoKinley Monu ment Fund. Thus every subscriber becomes a contributor to this fund. Millions of cop ies will be sold. Everybody will buy it. Or ders for the asking. Nobody will refuse, Elegant Photogravuie Portrait of Preal dent McKinley's last picture taken at the White House. You can easily and quickly clear $1,000 taking orders. Order outfit quick, Chanoe to prove auocesa, secure year ly contract aud become Manager. Out fit free. Send 12 eta. in stamps to pay ex penses of wrapping, packing and mailing elegant prospectus. Taking 10 to SO orders daily. 60,000 copies will be sold in this vicinity. Address, THB CONTINENTAL ASSEMBLY Corcoran Bldgn Opno. U. S. Treasury, Washington, D. C. A COMFLITS STOCK Of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Fruits and Yegetables. Charley Lem Wong Co. , O. a c. iQi ft :Ci A.. FLORENCE Lodging House, L. K. DRAIS - - Proprietor. Newly Furnished and Befitted. Will bo run a STRICTLY FIEST CLASS. Table- supplied with tbe best the market affords. Elegantly Furnished Rooms AND A LI. MODERN APPOINTMENTS, Bar Constantly Supplied With the Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The Valley Bank, Capital, Surplus, Patronage of Commercial men and the gen' eral public respectfully solicited. MAECUS A. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tucson. Arizona. Will attend to cases in Pinal, ham and Gila counties .' Gra1 PHCENIX. ARIZONA. $100,000 25,COO W11. Chbistt, President. M. H. Shkbmas, Vice-President. M. W. Mjessihoeb, Cashier. 1 Receive Deposits, Make Collections, Buy and Sell Exchange. Discount Commercial Paper and do a General Banking Business. Offioo Hours, 9 a. m, to S p. m. COBBXSFOXDaKTS. American Exchange National Bank, N. Y The Anglo-Calif ornia Bank. 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