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GOOD TEMPLARS' COLUMN.
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pices of Flagstall Lodge, I. O. U. T.
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Visiting members Invited to attend.
0. N. Baty. Chief Templar.
(The editor of The Son is not responsible
for for anything that may appear In this
Willi tlio recurrence of Washing
ton's Birthday thoughts of country and
of tho duties of citizenship oro always
suggested to our minds. We look back
through tho century and a quartor
which has elapsed since' the beginning
of tho troublo which led to
the separation of the colonies from
the mother country, wo think of the
heroism of tho men of 76, of their
self-sacrih'co, of their patriotism, and
our hearts aro stirred at the contempla
tion cf what they did and what they
And yet a closn examination of their
conditions, their practices, leads us co
see that the nation has made wonder
ful progress since their day. Not to
speak of material progress, think for a
moment of the different position
which the negro occupies in our social
system to-day, consider how great ad
vancement has been made in the condi
tion of woman, ponder the great pro
gress made in the spirit of love betweeu
the different denominations of Chris
tianity. And it it sxid (how true it is
I do not know) that even tho Futher of
his Cuuutry, in making a contract with
tho laborers of his farm, would allow
them to stipulate that they should have
at least one day a year in which to get
drunk, should they choose. Whether
this last statement bo trueor not, it is
. certainly a fact that Washington him
self was by no means a total abstainer
-from intoxicants, and that total absti
nence was looked on in his day as a
siupicious evidenco pointing to a mild
foim of lunacy in tho person who prac
Such reflections as theso lead very
naturally to the thought that it is,
nfter all, the spirit of tho men who
made the nation which wo should copy
rather than their habits or mode of life.
How mush wo have progressed beyond
tho idea so prevalent then, that di ink
ing together and good fellowship were
necessary accompaniments. To-day it
is the minority which holds any such
iew, and not a "respectable minority"
cither. Then it was a most uncommon
thing that even one guest should bo
found at n banquet whoso wine gliss
would bo turned downward. Now it is
a xcry common thing to hear of ban
quets whero there is no wine at all.
So, while wo appreciate the spirit
and purpose of the heroes of the revolu
tion and their immediate descendants,
while we do homage to their courage
and fidelity to principle, let us rejoice
that in our day such advance hasccme
to pass, and that wo are able to rightly
feel that wo occupy a higher ground
than they did, however noble their pur
pose, let us thank God and tako cour
age; and, remembering their spirit, ro
calling how they "suffered the loss of
all things" foe the sake of those things
in which they believed, and gladly bore
the brunt of the conflict with tho op
pressor, let us also purpose that we will
give ourselves more cheerfully to the
battlo with evil principles and perni
cious practice', that we will with
greater self denial devote ourselves to
the endeavor to lift up and ennoble the
manhood and womanhood of tho land
wo love, and that, like them, our devo
tion shall bo unto death.
Tho following resolutions relating to
tho liquor traffic, adopted by the. Mer
chants and Business Men's Association
of Chester, Pa., Dec. 4, 1895, havo
been placed on the official programmo
for discussion at tho annual meeti.igof
thonitional board of trade at Washing
ton on Jauuaiy 28. 189G:
"Whereas, Tho legitimate business
interests of the country are gieatly
promoted when liberal wage? are paid
to self-respecting citizens who will buy
and pay for the necessities ind com
foits of life for themselves and fam
"Wheieas, Tho pievulence of tho
drink habit and tho abuse of intoxi
cants is the nint powtuful uent
known in debiting the aspirations and
and destiny ini; the pui dialing pjwer
of our citizens ; tiud -'
" Whereas, This prevalent iiIiumuhicI
consequent debasement of men and
women is tho necessary and rapidly
multiplying consequences of the public
tho national board of trade that the le
gitimate business intcie&U of tho coun-s
try will be sieatly benefited by tho
suppression of-the traffic in intoxicating
beverages by state and natioual legisla
tion. " Resolved, That tho national board
of trade earnestly urges upon tho m
tional congress the wisdom of appoint
ing a commission to report officially
upon the effects of tho liquor trallic
upon the business interests of the coun
try, as well as upon the health and
morals of the people."
Messrs D. G. Hendricks and V. II
Beny of tho Murchmts and Business
Men's Association of Chester, and twu
of the leading Prohibitionists of Penn
sylvania, will present tho resolution?.
DcnfnckS Cut) not Do Cured
l?y local applications, as they ennuot
reach the diseased piirtiiiti of the e.tr.
There is only oneway to cm o deafness,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by nn inflamed con
dition of tho mucous lining of the eus
tachian tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect healing, ami when it is en
tirely closed deafness is the lesull, and
unless tho inflammation can bo taken,
out and this tube rosloied to its normal
condition healing will be destiocd
forever. Nino cases out of tun are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing
but an Inflamed condition of lliu mu
Wo will givo One Hundred Do hi is
reward for any case of Deafness
(caused by catarih) that cannot bo
cured by Hall's Cntanh Cine.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
8,Sold by all druggists.
Geo. E. Pilz. a German chemist and
afsaycr, fonneily of Mnrenei, nnsteii
ously disappeared from thu hold :it
Willeox hist week. All seaich for 1dm
has been in vain.
Send me the names and addicsses of
three or more good canvasseis, with 25
ceuts ill postage stamps and I will mail
you copy of "The Win Id Family Regis
ter" neatly tubed, paeked and postage
prepaid, that sells ever) where fur
$1. Elegantly engraed, size 22Jx28l.
It cost 12000 to ploduee.
Add i ess It. II. STROUS.
A week ago at Geroiiimo, the new
terminal station on tho Globe, Gila
Valley & Nmtlieni railway, in con
tempt of tho Catron, auti-scrapping
law, was held a lively hnoekrout piize
fight between Young Sulli an of Los
Angeles and Andy Barrett of Colo
rado. The latter was "put to sleep"
in the third round.
The St. I. mils "Olobe-Dctuocrnt."
Of unusual interest to every leader
of this paper is tlicaunouneemunt made
elsewhere in this issuu by the St. Louis
"Globe-Democrat," unquestionably tho
greatest of American ucuspnpuis. Tho
mail subsciiplion price of the daily and
Sunday "GloboDemocr.it" is reduced,
at ono blow, from twelvo to si dollars
a year, placing it within thu leach of
all who desire to read any daily piper
during the coming great national cam
paign. Tho "Weekly GIobu-Dumo-crat"
remains at one dollar a jo.ir, Inn
is issued in scinl-wcekly sections of
eight pages each, making it pruclicall
a large scml-wcekly paper. This issue
is just tho thing for the farmer, mer
chant or professional man who has not
the time to lead a daily paper hut
wishes to keep promptly and thor
oughly posted. It Is made up with
especial reference to tho wants of
every member of the f.tmlly, not only
giving all tho news, but also a great
vaiiotyot interesting and instiiietiw
reading matter of all kinds. Writo for
free sample copies to Globe Piinting
Co., St. Louis, Mo.
For Over Fifty Yeats.
Mrs. Wlnslow's 'Soothing S3 rup has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their childien
whllo teething, with pcifei't success.
It soothes Ihe child, softens the gums,
allas nil pain, cuies wiud-eidie, and is
the best remedy forMllan ha'.i. It will
relieve tho pqor little siilTcrer Imme
diately. Sold 'by diuggistis in'tju'M
part of the world. Tueuix fio cent's
a bottle Be sure and asl for "Mr-.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," anil lake
no oilier kind.
ftnlhr In lnfr nvtAfl nt a nnrl
"Whereas all attempts hitherto made
to remedy this eviPby restricting Sg!nSSSSnS!S&
VllllitU tuivvaM VUKIOU l(1Q 4C V U tIWM
"RosoTvqd, That; it js $e sense of
iAtStSS iaxBtlr Mid Nerve Tooto,
Perpatiam. fiamnlea f rco.
Aw Hw Iortaaiaad Breath, aio,
aFur sale by W.' li. Ddwa'jds.
WE WILLBCND FREE
One Scarf Pin
For 12 Coupons)
2 Coupons and 12 cts.
WE WILL ALSO BCNO FREE,
ONE PAIR OF
I aJuCt D-.act f For 30 Coupons 5
I.IMIV riiccvc I IliLLUlia on for.
2 Coupons and SO ots.
You will find one coupon Inside each 2 ounce big, and
two coupons Inside each 4 oscc ba of
SEND COUPONS WITH NAME AND ADDRESS TO
BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO., DURHAM, If. 0.
Buy a bag of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read tho
coupon, which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them.
2 CENT STAMPS ACCEPTED.
Ho Knife or Paint
Write ff r 6r nare
Treatise and Home
1 testimonials rf many
vsnanfsl cures, a:stly
in women's Dreasis.
& R. CHAMLEY. M. O.
0fflCI,2ilW. First St
LOS ANQILC8. CH.L.
PLEA?! SPND THIS TO SOME ONE
WITH CANCER OR TUMOR.
of ail Cough Medicines
is Dr. Acker's English Rem
edy. It wHI stop a cough in
one night, check a cold in
one day, prevent croup, re
lieve asthma, and cure con
sumption, if taken in time
It is made on honor, from the
purest ingredients and con
tains neither opium nor mor
phine. If the little ones have
croup or whooping cough,
use it promptly.
Three SUes 25c, 50c and $ J per bottle.
V At Druggists.
1- ACKER MEDICINE CO,
16 and 18 Chambers Street, New Vorkv
U the light that will trln a (treat biir slow of
Hanplnejito jou. JIj It you will o howsWin?
ami liturous your now wraV body ran Is
rna'Ja llulyan It for mau. TiiosroH Ilitdi'm
li to ',0 hail oulir from tho lludton Mcdhal In
ftitulo. Thli wonderful d'scovflrr 11 ai irtd
i7 'he pe!lillsts of tho old furaani lluhna
Medical tulliuie His tho unitiw and noi
fnnerful l;nllz"r male. It 1 o pnvrfi 1 that,
tijsmplr Honlctftil ho,r hsrmlcs IDs na.
ean ml ltfion nowhere hut fro n tho II11 lio 1
McdUal IUtlUm1' Wrllofur rlrcnlnr. nn I i.,.
'Ihls oxtruor Unary Ilejuvena'or It. the mot
woudcrlul dlscarery of tin age. !( ha he-i -dorwl
by the leading scleiulilcraia of Kuropj
IltinVAK Is purely vereta'jlir
Il'I)l'ANtopi prcmttiinMioK o' lhdlv
chitr.'n in teutrdaw Cnrai JOliT SIA7
HOOD, (onsllpa'lnn, dlzzluei, laihn; eii.a
tlom, lu-rvous twlrcblnsrof tho eaul o htr
Strengthen, Invliorates and Unn theouUre
ly.to-u. It Is ns cheap as anr other r -1 At.
HUUVAN euros deblllfj-. 11 rv -tMUM,
emluin an 1 daT'lona aut reit'r t r,is or
(Mils. I'll is in thobtk, losoi bj d ..r nlglit
atopped qilcUy. Oyer 2 MO p!ha"o liilorss
tncnts. t'rtniaturoncss meani IniioVnt-ylu tin Brit
stara It Is n rymptom of semlml wcniciieji
and hair-lines'. It tan bpg'npp-ii In tin-aty
dajsbr thuuviof HiMjnti Hujj.ii rusts uo
m ire thvi auy other r.-ine ly. -
Ben I forrlriMilnMnn I tes miilils.
TAINTED DI,OOD-liilliil'e Moo 1 dua
tosjrinui ptj ata Uiorl-r cir."lo iry lll of
otc-nrolueiiiii ce-mi Th-mo njn..rj t irist,
plmpK,cop,i5r-"lorel spotn. utter hi ir.o th.
old sires nml (nHij hair. Ymiaisie 1 tri 1
to Hot Aprlnxs wrltlur f jr 'IHoA ituai'tj
the old hyjlcl 1111 of t ic
nuiusoM .iianic.ii. iMiii'iTiira
Stockton. Ma'kct an 1 U'lN 5M ,V
AN FKJNCIaCO, C& i.'il llU
i t '
A o. ir. v.-rf.AnsTAi'F loooe, n. in,
r, Mfftsuvfry Thuisdny niRlit. I11O. A.
It. hall. VWItlng Workmen urn coitllully ln
Wtod. J. A. WILSON, M. W.
T. It. WEATtintFonii, Kucordcr.
ARIZONA CATTLE CO.,
Hang'1, S.111 Fratifiso Mountains.
Eir in.irltK. silt l,i i-nuli cir: lioifi 1 and
niiilc". Al, ripht lilp; Incnvsc, Al on rUht
shnuldci I'.O ikMickh. rincsliirr. AiUonu
I'iiAMt M. Ltvr.nMOitu, Gcncrul Mnni'ger.
.Mill. I J. t I Hilt
llranilon right side
:is In cut em it.ni 1. r.
' crop oiriefi and silt id
l iiiiii t'lltl it It! m tl
' r? p'ttisixrfi iitiiHu ua
41 1 I.1I1CISUU IIIDUTIIIIIIIS.
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r-UsE-.4r . aiti
Hoiu UriinU. AT liar, oil rllit hhouldor
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ARIZONA LUMBER 00.
Vlti p d Co
braadad as is
Cstti Btusbcnd coos ecstirtl y on left ebctk.
sw W n fi. s-Ai' ?-
I'o-lolE-.s adijHt, 7Is.
KiiDes, Olari't Vallsy,
Mooll a 'noantsins
Brand hi nboTO cnt.
All loins Gtok bntxid
eI nn tiolli aid", with
wnllon fork and nu.
tlorblt la Mch ears alls
own tin fidlowioj: Hoot. r. sit, aniirhers on
liiKsidvof animal Bout cnttl. road '.rnnl W
oarigbtstdsi 'I cattl. oss n rl-M tins; horn
JAR 4. sVAIU
I'ostofhr n.l.ire... i'!ru3, Ailsaaa
!! slpht rail.
1 t ipM coDnty.
Cattls bnindnl J
on left ribs; car marks
qcuru cut on rinhl
oar, our slops on if J
SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES!
C'OUKT COCONINO. I. O. P., NO. tH,
, mi'tt'tt.'M'iy ruwday uvt'nlnir InO. A. It.
lull. VUlllnsori'lhrcii coidlally Invited lo
intend. t'. M. I UNSl'ON C. It.
J. Jl. i-r.AHic, It. S.
F'igsTArF LonoE. no. r.r. & a. m.
Uotriilnr iiTllii?son the ttrm. fciitiinl.iy
nlulit of imcIi oileiiilnr mouth in ,Mii-iiik
II ill. Kllp-itrlek linlldhiir. Jojmniiluf
liietliien Lord ally linliul.
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T.J. I'Ul.ti.lM bwivtnry.
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K. ll. C'UfcS. I'ojt Adjulniit.
o, o. r.-ri,c.bTAir toiian. no. n.
mu'tiHeiy I'lUliiy eenimr In .Mavmlc
lllljt nioillli-ll I'Otlll illy nu u.,1,
.1. W. WBArillJItrolil). N.O,
I furnish Needles, Oil, Heltlns, r-huttlc,
clc.i aNo nil rnrts. anil pieces for tlilrty
ono dllTcrcnl Kinds of sewing machines.
Ue-.lclt.-s being agent for the uboe, I sell tho
WHEELER & WILSON
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