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aOOI) TEMl'luUtS' COLUMN.
LUITED AND MANAUKD UXDBH T1IK AUSPICES
OF H.VliST.U'F I.ODOE NO. 11. 1. (. (1. T.
Contributions of un appropilatu nature mo
solicited for this ooHiiiin, nml should bo ad
dressed to llox l.'l, Flagstaff; all such con
tributions, however, uro subject to nopiovnl
by lliu editors. Tlio editor of The Sun Is not
responsible for anything that may uppc.irln
I,od);o meets oery 1'iklav ovciiIiik at the
O. A. II. Hall. 8 o'clock. Visiting members
Invited to attend.
r. 0. Kked. Chief Templar.
Miss Amcb Uiioaues. Secretary.
How It I.oolts to Whisky People.
lliu editor of tho "doulhmii" (whisky
ortj.iii) gives his viows of tlm resolu
tions which cliuicligntlieiitigs uass con
cerning tliu liquor iibominittion. Kwid
liisparugiiijili. Read it blow ly. Read
it thoughtfully. Then answer whether
that pencil, soaked in rum, lus not
wiittuu a full-iijowu truth: "In light-
in" iiohibition vvotlo not luionuo tho
ehurcli us our piinciplo opponent, nor
htm-the prohibition papers any basis
whatever upon which to claim the
church as u piohibition institution.
Prohibition does not receive at the polls
- pur cent of tho otos of preachers
and church uiumbora. so tho assumption
tliat thy church is a political prohibition
institution can be regarded only as u
harmless jest. It is true the preachers
at their conferences, synods, etc., pass
prohibition resolutions, and all that sort
of slushy buncombe, tho samo as the
politicians promulgate flowery fioth in
their platforms. Jtut when it comes
to voting.', and to influencing their
fashionable congregations as to voting,
they aru almost unanimously standinj.
n with Quay."
At the session of tho annual confer
once of tho Arizona .Mission of tho 31,
K. church just closed, it very compre
hcusivo and well deliued lepoitwus
made by the committee on temperance
work. Of tho soeial items included
in tho report wo choose only one for
discussion hero, and that is the one
recommending tho enforcement of laws
which are salutaiy in their purposes
and morally beneficial in their etlect
Specific mention was made of the law
prohibiting Illinois fiom cnteiing
saloons AVo might add several othei
laws equally important, such asthuonu
prohibiting prize fighting, which are
uiiu 01 tno greatest civic taults in
this community, as in almost eveiy
other, is tho indifference manifested
with regard to tho enforcement of laws.
One of the principal reasons for this
state of a Hairs is the piesenco of a
largo number of iiitin in a community
who derive profit from such laxity of
legal restiaiut, and their patrons and
victims who aie mostly lost to all suirso
of their responsibility as citizens and
even of common decency.
This being true, which it undoubtedly
is, a greater nieASuto of responsibility
rests upon them in ooiy community
who see tliu evil ellect cf allowing such
abuses to continue.
In most cities and towns whero
anything practical has been uccom
pliihed ulong these lines, tho woik has
been done by law and order committees
or some other similar organization.
AVhy not organize one in Flagstafl
and eery other town throughout the
Territory and see what may be done
nlong these lines.
There scorns' to bo a growing disposi
tion on the pait of 'the peoplo every
where to lestiict and limit tho privi
leges of tho saloon if not to wholly
abolish the business. Laws and oidi
nauces requiring oai ly closing and Sun
day closing seem to bo gaining favor.
Wo aie in favor of anything that
will limit or rostiict tho traflic ulthough
wo would not stop shoit of absolute
piohibition and entire destruction of
the whole business.
Along this lino tho city ot Stockton,
Cal , seems to bo moving, and. too,
upon a very sensible plan. Tho city
council, iccently elected, after fiist
confining tho saloons to n HiuiteJ atea,
lias adopted a system of graded licenses
which seems to bo accomplishing
good results. Under this plan tho
license is fixed at a certain rate for
those saloons which aro closed at an
.eat ly hour in tho evening and on Sun
,1j's. For those w Inch aro kept open
Jator jvntl on Sundays tho into is higher
'ind for Ahoso which are kept open all
.night out! .Sundays tho license is still
ihigher Tho commendable featuioof
ttiiis ordinance jseems to bo that it is
tstripped in ono sense of its compulsoiy
ivtfl-ct; that i-s, it will accomplish the
acsuJt of closing saloons at reasonable
.hours .without tho appcaranco of coui
.Vulsion, which is usually so offensive to
-tins natural .contrariness of human
natuio which .has not learned that
.obedionco to good laws is for its own
good. The rate which siloons uie re
quired to pay is also proportioned to
the amount of jnconvenicncc caused to
tho community, and through this plan
a little caro in estimating, would en
able councils to put tho licenses in the
various grades at such rates as would
regulate tho business in quito u satis
factory manner. In other words the
licenses touching early and Sunday
closing could easily bo fixed so that it
would be profitable for tho saloon
keepers to closo.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Tho following real estate transfers
vvero leconled In tho olllcu of Ku
couler Hush during the month.of bep
tember: Babbitt Hros. to K.J. li.ibbitt L-ts
1. 2, tf and -I, block G, town of Flag
J. D. l'itts to S. S. Acker Lots 9,
10 and 11, block 4 V; G0.
11. C. Nutt, trustee, to Kato McMillan-Lots
1. 2, 3, 4, C, 23 ami L4,
block !H, oiiginal tovvnsito of Flag
Arizona Central Hank to Tluw. A.
Uieekel -Lots 1, -, 3 and 4. block 5 C.
town of Flagstaff; $1.
S. S Acker ami vvifo to V. A.,Uuff
licad Lot 3, block 3, town of Wil
Aii.omt Central Hank to David Babbitt-Lots
13, 14, 15, 10, 17, 18, 20
and 21, block 18, original townsite of
C. F. Roberts to John T. Keck
I'nrt of lots 1, 2, 3 and 1, block 1, town
of Williams; $S00.
Susan A. Altman toSanford Howe
Lot 12, block 1) L, Tabor's addition to
J. F. and H. B. Daggs to It. K.
D.tggs Lots 20, 21, 22, 23,' 21 and 25,
block 2 A, town of Flagstaff; 1.
J. B. Tappan and vvifo to II. K.
Harris Undivided one-half interest in
and to the N X of the NK 1 and tho E
J of tho SW 1 of section 20, township
21 north, range 6 east; also lots 1, 2
and 3, and tho SE 1 of the NE J, sec
tion G. township 21 north, range G
II. E. Harris and wife to Gertrude
llovvers Undivided one-half interest
in N J. of SE 1 and E 1 of SW section
20, township 21 north, range G east;
tlso lots 1,2 and 3, and tho SE J of
NE J, section G, township 21 north,
range G east; $1.
E. J. Babbitt, trustee, to Ivtte Mc
Millan Lots 0. 10, 11 mid 12, block 4
B, town of Flagstaff; $10.
Sam.intha and E. Lamb to Oscar K.
Ramoy Lots 7 and 8, block 52, 'town
of William; $150.
S. B. Altman to F. I). Ha it A cer
tain pm tion of land in Tabor l'.uk ad
dition to town of Williams; $50.
F. 1). Han- to M. Sal.man A cer
tain portion of land in Tabor Park ad
dition to town of Williams; $85.
Deuliies Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they eannol
reach tliu diseased poit'on of the ear.
There i'l only one way to euro Deaf
ness, and that is ly constitutional rem
edies. Deafness is caused by an in
flamed condition of the mucous lining
of the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube gets iullamedyou have ;i rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed Deafness is the
result, and unless the iull immatiou can
be taken out and this lube restored to
its normal condition hearing will bo
destroyed forever. Nino cases out of
ten are caused by eatarih, which is
nothing but an iullamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
Wo will give One Hundred Dollars
for any easo of Deafness (caused by
caturih) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for ciiculars,
nftvSo!d by druggists, 75c.
Arizona has 10,000,000 auics of laud
capable of reclamation to agiiculture,
of which 597,000 lures are under cul
tivation. All save 15,000 acres of tho
higher altitude is tinder irrigation and
1G5.000 under canals but not brought
under cultivation, and 45.000 'acics
havo been added to tho farming area
diu jug the last year. Theio ale now
under jconsti uction canals and s'.or
ago j'ujseryoij's .v.hieh will furnish
water In reclaim 535,000 acres during
the next two juars, ;it other .enter
prises which cniitcmplatu Ihtt rejuluniu-
liou of over 75,000 acres u'lililioiiat.
For Over Fifty Yearn.
Mrs. Wiiislovv'a Soothing Sv run lias
been used for over lift v vear liy mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with pel feet success.
It soothes tho child, softens the gums,
fallals all pain, cuies wind colic, and is
Hie best I'emedV lor lllaiTlnca. It Will
lehoiulho poor little Millercr imme-;
niateiy. ,boii ,ny ju-uggists in uvery
... :., ...
paitoi tin; win hi. weiiiy-j'.ive cents
a bottle Be sure and sjf f.or "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Sirup," and tak.e
no other kiud.
Mexican Cattle are Now Admitted
Across the llorder.
A Washington dispatch says: Sec
retary Morton has, issued an order
directing that.from and after October
22d next, cattle may bo admitted into
the United Stales from Mexico for
grazing and for iinmcdiulo slaughter
through the polls of San Diego,
Nogalcs, Eagle Pass. Browsville and
tho sub port of La.edo. ,
Tlie admission of these cattle is per
mitted subject to tho inspection by I he
inspector of the bureau of animal in
dustry, and no cattle will be admitted
vvhiMi aro affected with or which havo
been exposetl to contagion of any
disease liable to bo dlseniinated among
domestic! caltiu in tho United States.
Tho importer must produce evidence
satisfactory to tho inspector that his
cattle havo not been exposed to conta
gion (lining a period of ninety days
previous to the importation.
Cattle imported into tho Texas ills
trie!, or splenetic district, will bo sub
ject to all tho regulations applying to
native cattle of tho district. Cattle
imported into other sections of tho
United states piovious to December
1st, 1895, must havo been held for
three mouths free from Texas fever
infection of the states of Sonora and
Chihuahua and will bo subject to tliu
laws and regulations of the states and
territoiies into which they are taken,
and also subject to such regulations of
the agricultural depaitmenl as in ly
from time to lime be made.
Fonnal entry of cattle and applica
tion for inspection must bo made at
the places mentioned in this older.
Cattle will lie allowed to cross tho
boundary at such points us may be
agreed upon by tliu collector of customs
of the district ami lliu inspector of the
agiicultura! department as proper and
convenient for inspection. Prospec
livid U Aifiiln.
The Phoenix Herald of October 1th
Hon. A. J. Derail, who it will be
remembered was on tho Black Canton
stage a couple of tears ago when it
was hehl up, ami who loU a valuable
gold watch and chain, which was taken
by the robbers, experienced another
hold up about 5 o'clock last ovuniiig,
seven miles tho other side of Casa
Grande, while coming to Phoenix, and
it is only his extreme good fortune
which In ought him out of tliu experi
ence with a whole skin.
He was the only passenger in the
stage of which Hohind was tho dliver,
and was calmly reading a paper when,
without warning, the stage stopped
and a long navy revolver was shoved
into his face. Tho robber, who was a
ioung, slal wait fellow, and supposed
to bo tho same man who held up tho
same stago about ate.tr ago, com
manded him to alight. When lie
reached the ground the lobber oldureil
the driver to thiow off tho mail sack,
which he commanded Mr. Doran to
open, That gentleman parleyed with
the high wav man for a few moments,
trving to make time, when lie was
peremptorily ordered to take his knife
and cut the bag open. Ho did so.
The lobber shoved tho mail matter
about with his feet ami inado tho re
mark: "Oh, h I; (hero's no money
As he stooped over to loTik among
tho letteis, Mr. Doian inado a grab
for the pistol and caught it by tho
bai re, when a despeiato but short
struggle took place for tho weapon,
which was diseliaigeil, the bullet nar
rowly niUsing Mr. Dor.ui. While
struggling with the lobber Mr, Doran
called on the driver to assist him, but
that gentleman had all lip could do to
iilct the horses and befoio houiuld
leave them the highwayman had .suc
ceeded in breaking Mr. Dor.tn's hold
on the gun. Instead of turning the
gun on Mr. Doran tliu robber made
off, leaving Mr. Doran most happily
fiirpiised, as he fully expected lobe
shot for his efforts to disarm the man.
The robber secured $2 and a pocket
knife from Mr. Doran and $2.10 from
Mr. Doran. whoariived in Phoenix
this morning, is most happy at his
fortunate escape roni injury.
A ti'lifguiii) fecfiv.cd to-day by Under
Sheriff Dillon sujs t:it JJejmty Sheriff
Hobei ts of Jerome had run ij'fw'n jjunn
Gaiela near lhat pl.ico thu iiiorning
ami the latter in resisting arrest was
fired upon by the ofllucr and killed.
Gaiciu was armed ami it was whilo
endeavoring to use his weapon that
Kobells lireil with fatal effect.
Ilieci lino which Garcia committed
ivas a cold blooded one, his victim
.being cruelly and cowardly murdered
and Uiuiton with no other motive than
petty jealousy.' Journal-Miner.
CHANCES TO SAVE,
400 to 412 K St.,
' Largest General Retail Hotse on Coast'
Wearing Apparel ot all kinds tor men,
women, and children; Dry Goods, Shoes.
Haw, Millinery, Valines, Furniture, Carpets,
Crockery, Notions, Stationery, Sllrerware,
Toys, Household Supplies, etc
A handsome Illustrated catalogue
aboutourgoodsand prices sent free to
any address Tens ot thousands of cus
tomers And it profitable and satisfac
tory to buy through this book.
Enclose money for goods with order, and U
to be sent by mall allow for postage. Any
balance left over will be returned.
If interested In any of the items be
low, order promptly, giving item num
ber, 18. Special value in Women's White
Embroidered Handkerchiefs. Price,
19. Women's Winter Weight Under
Vests and Pants. Camel's hair finish
and light tan color. All sizes. Special
value at 60c each.
20. Fast Hlack Sateen Corsets. Ex
tra long and far ahead of 11113 thing of
the kind wo have seen. Price. 50e.
21. Xew All-Wool Serges. In black
and tan, navy blue, brown, dark green
and cardinal. idlh, 3C inuhes. Spe
cial value at 25c yard.
22. Fine Tissue Paper for lamp
shades and fancy work. All colors.
Pi ice. 25c for roll of 10 feet.
23. Hood's or Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
75c bottle. Paino's Celery Compound,
75c. Allcock's Porous Plasters, 16c.
Castoiia for children, 25c.
24. Seven-Piece Hardwood Hcdroom
Suits. Nice carving and finish. Price,
packed for shipment by freight, $20.
25. Women's Circular Cape of heavy
plush. Collar and front trimmed with
seal. Lined throughout with durable
serge. Si.es, 82 to 44 inches, bust.
2C. Men's All-Wool Heavy Cheviot
Trousers "no wear out to them."
Xeat iUrk patterns. Pi ice. $2.50.
27. Children's llluu Denim Kib
Overalls, to play in. Ages 3 to 11
3 ears. Pi ice, 25e.
WEINSTOCK, LUBIN & CO.,
No. 121. "
In tlm District Court ot tliu l'ourtli Judlclnl
District, of tho Territory of Arizona. In and
for tliu Comity of Coconino.
I'lulutlrr, Order of Sale and
The. Territory of Arizona to the Sheriff of
Coconino county, Ailroims
Under ami by Irttto of 1111 order of .sale K
Micdotit of tliu district court of the Fourth
Judicial DI-trlct. of tlm Tei rltory of Arizona,
In and fortliu County ot Coconino, on lliu 3d
dnvfif (li'tf titer. lH!tf. ill the nlxive crilltlwl up.
tton, wherein .lames I.oy, tliu above named
plaint I ir. rccnwi cd 11 Judgment mid decree
of foreclosure of Hen njralnst tho above
named dc fendunt, John Itltz In tliu Ju-'.tlcc
Court of I'liuiMair precinct. In said count)
and Territory, for tho sum of tlurty-onu and
llfty-llvu one-huudredtliH dollar, togethci
vtt!i costs, on tho lOtlulayof November, A
I). 1MU. wliervus I lie. said Judgment inddeciec
w "s on the 2d day of October, A, l. left), dulj
filed and docketed In t lie Illsti let Court nlxivi
iitttiieil. im tirovltled liv Itiu. liv whteli s.ilr.
Judgment and decieo It Is ordered that tin
nuacuinciii lien in sum uciiou nu loiccioscu,
wliuieasno part of said judgment has been
ti.ilil. mid there Is uetiitillv iltin immi vuli.
judgment llicsumof tlilrty-onunnd fifty II vt
oiu-iiuiedtls dollars, e.eln-he of tin
costs of this sale, I am commanded to sell
all tlioso certain h)s, pieces and parcels ol
lam) escrneii as follows, jo-wit: Jxits Xos.
3d, SI, S and 2U, In Illock 1 I, of riuiistiiir. Ari
Tburefotu, not Ice Is hereby given, that on
Tliurnduy. October :i, J8D5, ut S o'clock
(I. mof that (layout tho front door of flu
court house, n tho tun n of I'lagstalT. Coco
nino colllitv. Territory nf Ail7iim. 1nlit flu.
. --.r v .. .j......,.., ... ...n .....
county wlieielu t0ald real prunuity is hltu-
iiii-u. 1 nui, in onenieiiceiobaiuoruerof hale
,iiid decree of foreclosure, sell tin nluiv..
descilbed real property at public auction, 01
soniucu ineieoi ;is may do necessary to sat
isfy plaintiff's said Judgment, vvlthuli costs
thereon, to thu highest bidder for cash.
Hlieilir of Coconino County, Arizona.
y II. W, HEM,. Deputy,
' Dated this 8tl day of October, A. I). 18M, at
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS,
ftutlcu Is heinby given that tho duplicate
nsseviuiriu mil ror nun is now In my posses
sion for collection of taxes therein levied,
riiat taxes will bu delinquent on the third
Monday of llccemlicr. 1WI.1. Unless paid on
that day or pi lor thereto llvu per cent will be
added to the amount thereof as penalty
I'aymentMuust bu made at the office of the
Tax Collector between the hours of Ou.ni
and s p. m. of each day. Sunday excepted.
Treasurer and Kx-Ofllclo Tux Colli etor.
riugstair. September 16, 1803.
One cent a dose.
.For sale by W. Kk Ethvaids.
Atlantic & Pacific R. R.
t'ondntiKed 'i'l mo Tabic.
No. 3 No. 1 No. 2 NO. 4
1C OT p 10 UOp l.v CHICAGO Ar IQOOp t)Uu
1 M p a UOp liV KAN CITY Ar Bluu fiOOp
U50p Lv DENVElt Ar ft ir. n 4 4V n
TM h 10 1Q a f,vl,A JUNTA Ar IQJuu I'
9 40 p .1 :Wa I v Albuquerque ar 815p 010 a
2 15 a 8 SOu Coolldgo 3:i5p lP
3 07 a 0ISa Wlngato 260) li
3 3J a 10 nil a Gallup 2 20 p 1231 a
A30aI203p Navajo Springs 12lpl'J18p
6 SO a 12."u llolbrook l'JIOa 8Mp
8 10 a 2 Up Wlnslow 30 nil 50 p
10 45 a S 40 p 1'lugstaff 1 20 a 5 40 p
12 35p 7 33p Williams OOQu 4 20p
1 35 p 8 40 p Ashl'orks 4 30 a 23tp
2 43 p 9 CO p Sellgman 3 33 a 2 00 p
4 05 p 11 40 p Teach Springs 2 10 a 12 40 p
0 05 p 1 40 a Kliigmnn 11 35 p 10 10 it
8 30p 4 10 a Tho Needles 8Wp 7 SO a
10 30 p 6 10 a lllakc J 35 p 6 10 u
12 50 a 9 00 a Ilagdad 6 10 p 3 10 a
3 52 a 12 07 p Daggett 2 4 i p 12 32 a
4 15 a 2 3D par Ilarstow lv 2 20 p 12 10 a
6 00 pur Mojave lv loop
9 35 a 30p Ar l,osAiigclcsl7v 7 0011 BWp
12 43 ) 20 p Ar San Diego l.v 2 15 i
i ifmiArfeun 1'ran'co IiV DtOii
Every day but Sunday.
SUMMER OR WINTER,
The "SANTA FE KOUTE" Is tho mSst com
fortable railway between California and the
Tho meals at Harvey's Dining Itooms arc
an excellent fcatuiuof thu Hue.
Jno. IlritN'E. General l'asscngcr Agent, Los
C. II. Speers. Assistant General Passenger
Agent, San I'ranclsco. Cal.
Santa Fe, Prescctt SI Phoenix
- Railway Company. .
TlME TABLE NO. 12, TAKING EFFECT
JULY 10, 1803.
Mountain time Is standard used.
7 30 It
8 00 u
8 40 a
9 20 u
10 35 a
3 15 p
4 05 p
4 28 p
4 55 y
5 10 p
5 10 p
lar 1'rescott lv
11 30 H
12 05 a
1 05p I
1 50 p
2 20 p
2 40 p
3 05 p
3 20 p
4 05 p
4 20 p
4 50 p
6 38 p
0 10 p
6 30 p
6 40 p
7 15 p
7 40 p
0 10 p
(1 :W i
7 25 I
9 45 a
9 17 a
3 35 p
2 55 p
! ;2 '
(1 15 1
.2 50 n
(("un "ey ,8 ll)u
. i l.-lnltr....! - ri ..
i j. .... ..... I e 3JU
8 (tt p
8 25 p
il 10 p
9 15 p
9 31 p
II 50 11
7 28 a
7 10 a
0 15 a
0 15 a
5 5.3 a
5 30 a
5 U3 a
4 50 a
4 22 a
11 :i a
11 17 a
II 00 a
Hot Sprgs Jnc
10 15 p
10 40 n
10 03 a
9 40 a
9 10 a
8 50 a
8 18 a
7 65 a
7 45 a
7 23 n
11 40 p
11 47 p
It 55 tl
4 03 a
I 4 CO a
3 50 u
12 05 a
lar I'hoenlx lv 3 25
3 38 a
12 2J a
8 a . 7 W a
5a J il45 a
Ash l'nrk. SLnll t'nllnir .....I r
ii r 1 .. "" "..-j ...ti ajiiki73 ure
Tialns 3 and 4 carry Pullman comblni
tlon sleeper and clialr ears.
P. It. U. and the entire Santa To sy.stem; at
leroiim . f unction will, th Unlteil Veide 4
Pacific Italltt-sy! at i roscott wltfi stiigoloies
for ail prim; pal mining camps; at Congress
with Ktiiiro lines for HiirqiM llala. Stanton
and iirnal jut PIiixmiIx with the .Marleop"
I'liel'li?" """""y f,,r I'oliHs on Southern
Thlsilnels the best route to tin great Salt
Iver valley, lor Information legaidlng
this villey and tho rich mining occllon trlb
iliiry to tliis read address
GK). M. Saiioknt. (ienctal Freight and I'as
senrer Airent. Prescott
R. E. Wki.ix. Assistant General Manager.
Manager. ""'" lrc!sl,k',t a"(l Geiieml
i Given A wav
j Every Month
to tho person submitting tha(
"l racriiunuHS lnvcilliou '
uurmg ino prcccuing monih.
Wlf HBCUItK PATENTS
FOK INVENTORS, ana the
oojcci or (nis oirer ts (o en- l
courage persons of an invent- J
j.v iuiii ui fiuuu. fti me ft
same time we wish to impress
) the fact that
! Its the Simple,
; Trivial Inventions
, That Yield Fortunes
-Sllph Afl riA lyni. fl..tij
r. . ' I
and Eye, "Soo that (lump." ,
"Safety tin." "Pigs to Clo-,
er." Alr Urake." cto.
niuiusv everyone conceives
O 8 bright Idea at Bomo time ot
uuii-i, iim nm nut u in prao i
Ileal use? VOUlt talontsmay ,
make your fortune. Why not ,
nw iu iiiis tiireeiian. nmr ,
' " ::
fcwrlto ror rurthcr Information and
mention this paper.
THE PRESS CLAIMS GO.;
rniiip . Avirctt. Oeu. Mer.,
618 F Street. Northwest.
WASHINGTON, O. C.
tV ThA rr.nnn.lr,1llv a. .1... AAA.
may bo Judged by tho fact that iw
itocK i held by over one thouran.l
or the leading newspapers in the It
Inlted States. if
C, M, FUNSTON,
Territorial Immigration Commissioner
for Coconino County.
Information mi tlm i.iinf..ni ...i,...i.
Umber, stock-raising and other resources of
PUftlOiS liavltirr wvmnaJD ...!.. . t. t
wo .v.,Umoiuiuttiaui lIllHfeCC"
ilS!11 tokcd to brInS " or submit
tiro tmmtJ to him.
12 45 p
II 53 a
II CO a
10 40 a
QTEWAltT & DOE. ATTOKmCTH
P Law. Otnrotodoorst.l.t ;,V8 All
hotel. Flagstaff. Arizona. l of the i4 I
f? S. lll.Altlv. ' -
C'.'. . .. .. ATTOItNEv w..
umcem uie uat.bltt Iiutldlnz ii,1'1
Arloim. Pnictlce before theT&d fU
incnt u specialty. 4"a "fpa
T? M.UANFORD. ATT()iTf ...
Jp. Pre,scolt, AHona. Hli,!-,r -
flic courts In Arizona. '" ""Prelum
DIM). J. 1IRANNEN. P1IYM. I ,,-s
surgeon. I'lagslail. Arlzon. ivi,.AH
sixmd promptly to all calls I,,,,,. "' ft.
on tho Atlantic A pa.-c I:" d1"01"
tnd drug btore opposlto liudenui 0Sll
liiixtituvvrv Wedni-sdny , M,!v,rP.
castle hall In If.ibblu liullii, " '.i1,""'!
lug 1)1 others Invited in inm... i "' ,v" h.tl
l J. Steix K. of It. P. T J' ,:0w- C C
L,I.AGSTAIT LODGE. NO 7 1 i f l
r ltt-BUlar meetings on I he lirs. v.., '-I
Drethren coidlallv I. viieri """ Jw ,l
llvonler. Nil.fsJ. CMLen ..
T. E. Pclham. Secretary. X &
( A. It. - REGULAU MEITim"7-
Kj. Ransom Post. G. A. Jl.,, iVf W
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on necond and Iat Saturdavin w,,.i...?lll
E.II CnttM-ttstAdluffnu imunt.
A o.u.v.-rLAGsrAn loi)I)E"Nu-
. iiiirtMivury Thursday nL'ln in i-V.lJ
Hall. Visiting frork. are eirduliV0 P
J. C Grim. Recorder. ' '
"OUKT- COCONINO, r O I lr
N-'i ,nH',1!9c,fT r,,l(!sdayeciiinmG t ?
...,. . isiiiii uieiiiiviiconil.l V lllvlleri r
attend Tiunk C. II,,cii,i, ,,..' " to
J.M,Ci.ahk. It. S. ""'L e-
i o. o. r.-rLAG.sTAn LolK Nol
1, meets every Friday ceiun in k ..vrl
Hull. VKItlllff firethren r.,r,ll ..,.: '.'' J. I. I
L. I). I, lNOEus, secretary.
LTIUST -M. E. ClltUCll. (OILNEIIOF
irty. iivauiur, duiu in. aim J) D M
llosklni Jr., Superintendent LHd- t.iuetini
it 12:15 p. in. Kpwortlj Iam-uo o ft pin
fATlOUC CUIIIii'II. REV lirVKV
V., GRANJON. Pastor. Ontmnuh r,
.Mass ut 8 o'clock u. m : oeconu VljvS a."jJ
a in. huiiday fech .ol at ll a n, fcr,,,,,,
service at 7: W p. m On week n., Ha
7 a. m. On the second Miud j of eack
month pnier meeting ut 10 a m sU)(1
school at 1 lu. in. Alleonllilly ,n ued
EIRST PREMIVTER'AN ( IIPKc
North ban Inineisco street Thumb C
Tett, pastor. Sabbath services Pn-i'-h-
Inif It ... .ka.I C.f f. ... . . .1 ...
iih j. iii ).( o.i t p. in.; cuuujy Vu nu 10
I. in I V. T.S Ci:. prarr meeting! Lip u.
Uld-weuk conference and praj-r Thurdaj
jenlnj;. A cordial invitation ia txtiDdi-i
I ill I.
Tlift Arizona Cattle C.
Bange, San Francisoo Llcastsuj
, ft Plar,lu. "lit In each va horei mi hv'm
U right nip; lnora AI oo Uftthooldsr. P.O
ddnM, riastt&ti. Aria. Joxa V. fiioun
Alfrr.l .1. It l,i.)
llrand on rl;ht fide
as In enr eir i,.n
crop off let ' and Ill n
s-uiie: ranpe in rzt
rranlo n oi'inaTs
-.n Posltofllee Khw.f
Horse brand. AT bar. on right sl uldcr
ARIZONA LUMBER CO.
tT pJ (
brand! u u
CatUi BBmbenJ coniecutiTly oa lift diti.
IViito(Il-o fidJr.x ?!
Ii on; urt VI17,
i'otj'd z monorail
llmnd 'o ot
Al o nu K t
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WtMow 1ilt ail't
dorl-ii is o if lM
nuin lliu r..ll..ui.i .. It..n. 'P - i .. m M 09
ihH tido of aniiasl Bo.it esttl. ,n'
on right idti Toattl, u.i oo rU-bt nd. 1"
brand. U O.
of f jul
pal ccun'r .
lit'lf orHOi""! '
oal ftrl'w .rinr.'
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MUNN Ii CO.. il UuoAbvv Ai M " V 'r.
Oldest burenu for eecurlns rntcnto In A
Every patent taicn out by m U lir u '''!?
the putao by a uotlco given free otcuaw"
I.srgft elrrnlatlnti of any 8(lentlfl', r
itnrl CIai. 11.41.. 4II....M.O.I TV
lllUMraicu. iv t-r ,. a
year tlM six months. Adlrcs J'l
VuuMSliLlu. aul IBroo.Jivaj-, Aeiv 1
Notice Is hereby Riven tha'
Can j on mine or tho owners tin
bo responsible lor any debts n
lessees or bonders thereof
W. II. ItiDESorit.
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j i Science A- crican
MW DCSICM PATENTS,
Pino Springs, Ariz., May Cth, liJ
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