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C. M. Funstok, Editor.
THURSDAY, APRIL 9. 1890.
Ono Year $ 93 CO
Six Months 1SS
Throe Months "5
Address all communications and mako all
remittances to 0. M. Fu.nston, Flagstaff,
Advertising rates given upon application.
Entered at tha Flagstaff post offlco as second-class
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REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CONVENTION.
Headquarteiis KcrunuCAN- Teriiitoriai.
LE.MIIAI. V OMUXTTLE, i'UUCMI, Anion
.Marcii 17, IHU
To tlio licpubllcun Voters of Arizona: A
delcgato convention of tlio republican party
oftho Territory of Arizona Is hereby culled
to assemble In the city of Phoenix, Arizona
at 10 o'clock a. m., on Wednesday, April 9,
1890. for tho purpose:
1. The selection of six delegates to the Na
tional Republican Convention to Lo held In
the City of St. Louis. Mo., on June 10. If Mi
and tho selection of an alternate for each
2. The nomination of a candidate! for Dele
gate to (.ongicss. Provided, howctcr, that
It the contention shall derm it Inexpedient
to nominate a candidate at this time then
said contention shall determine a date for
such nomination, and the manner In which
the same shall le made.
3. Tho silcctlou of a Territorial Central
4. Tho transaction of such other business
as may propcil) coniu before saldconuntlon.
1 he basis of representation In this conten
tion will be one delegate lorctery fllty totes,
and cne dilcgutu for each fraction of
fllty otcr twintj-fitc, cast for Hon. Jf. O.
Murphy tor EtUpate to Congress ut the No
vember diction of lfcfl. Iho representation
of thesctcral couutlis will therefore be as
coconlno ... 9
l'lma , jj
Yatapal r. 2
Total numbcrof delegates 112
It Is ordered that proxies In this, conven
tion shall be held only by regularly elected
delegates from the lespcctltc counties to
It Is ordered that tho credentials of dele
gates shall consist of the statement that the
following persons Inuinlng them ha to been
duly elected delegates to tho Territorial con
vention, and this statement shall bo dated
and signed by the chairman and secretary of
tho county contention.
A full attendance at thlsconventlon of not
only the delegates, but of representative Re
publicans. U earnestly desired.
By order of the Republican Territorial Cen
JOS. II. KIBBEY, Chairman.
II. L. Long, Secretary.
Cnll for ltepubllcnn County Conven
tion and I'rlcuarlcB.
A convention of tho Republicans of Coco
nino county, Arizona, Is hereby called to
meet at Flagstaff, Arizona, on Tuesday, April
II, 1S96. at 10 o'clock a. M., for the purpose of
selecting nine delegates to tho Republican
Territorial Convention, to bo held in Phoe
nix on April 29. 1800, to elect fcl.x delegates to
tho National Republican Convention, to bo
held in St. Louis on Juno 10, 1690.
Primaries for the purpose- of electing dele
gates to said convention will beheld in each
ot tho precincts named below, on Saturday,
April 11, 1820, between the hours of 7 o'clock
r. M. and 9 o'clock P. M. Tho test of t he right
to voto ut such primary shall boanaQlrma
tlvo answer lo thequeMlon: "Will you sup
port tho Republican ticket at the coming No
Tho basis ot representation In this conven
tion will bo ono delcgato for every twenty
votes cast for K. II. Cameron for sheriff
at tho election ot November, 1891.
Tho number of delegates to which each
precinct shall bo entitled has follows:
Canyon Diablo j
Hay Lake j
Mormon Dairy . j
Btono Ranch l
.TubaClty , , j
Wood's Ranch l
Proxies will be admitted in tho convention
only when held by rcfiularly elected dele
gates to such convention. Such proxies must
bo in writing, signed by tho person giving It.
The Inspector and judges of said primary
election rray bo chosen by tho Republican
voters of tho several precincts nt any tlmo
beforo tho day set for the primaries.
Iiy order of tho Republican County Central
Committee- of Coconino county.
E. 8. CLAUK, Chairman.
O. M. Fvysxoy, Secretary.
OUR NEW CITY FATHERS.
Llfo Histories of tho Successful Can
didates Tersely ToJd by a "Sun"
Reporter Echoes of the
Tlio agony Is over. Tlio battle has
been fought tinrt won. Tho llttlo vthito
ballot has dono its sllcut but effective
work, recorded its unalterable vet diet.
Thoso who did not re-eivo a quantum
suDleicnt of the "little jokers" have
accepted tho voicliet gracefully, and
the list of lucky ones uro unanimous
in promising us a capable administra
tion for tlio ensuing year. In another
column will bo found an Kccount of
Iho election, but thinking our readeis
would like to know all about the gen
tlemen who will picsido over thoeitj's
destiny for tho next two years
the Sun sent its political scribe around
town to secure data iu this legard.
Among those crowned with tlio laurel
of success by the votes of their fellow
citizens none aro pi ore prominently
ideiititied with the intetests and detel
opment of Flagstaff than D.tvid Bab
bitt, ho lms so efficiently set veil tho
city ns major for tho past eighteen
months. That his administration has
the approval of tlio taxpayers was
attested by tho contents of the ballot
It was thhty-elghl jenrs ago come
May 14th as thoy say in folk loie
that our chief magistrate took his til st
wondciing glauco at this mundane
sphere. Tlio place was Cincinnati,
Ohio. The sous of tho great Buckeye
State have a provctbial faculty for
'getting there," and that Mr. Babbitt
possesses a full quota of the ch.tr.ir
teristic energy is ct idenccd by the wide
ramiiications of ids many intetests iu
this Ten itory. His education was le
ceived iu tho common schools of Cin
cinnati, which ho left at the ago of
lb to accept a position in the olllee of
u largo lumber concern, wheie ho
set veil satNfactoiily for a petiod of
live y eat s.
Eatly peicciving the gieat future
awaiting Atizona, he came to this
l'eiiitoiy at tlio age of 28 and success
fully engaged in the cattle business for
two ycais. His busy life since that
time is au open book lo all residents of
Nottheiu Atizona. At a 11 age when
many young men ate ouly thinking of
settling down he is at the head of the
largest meicnutilo company iu North
ern Atizona, managing immense lauded
iutcicsts, and mayor of our ilotuishiug
J W. Fruncls.
Tho classic shades of Chillicolhe,
Commonwealth of Missouti, was the
place, and March 27, 1856, the date of
tlio bit Hi of tho genial manager of the
Flagstaff Comuicieial Company. Ohil
licothe is a noted scat of learning, hav
ing two notmal school, a seminary
and other educational institutions.
That Mr. Francis imbibed much of the
learning and wisdom that is theio in
culcated in the budding mi ml is evi
denced by his after life. Ho was edu
cated at the public schools, and subse
quently took a course at the Kiikrille
normal school. After graduation he
taught school for two ycais. In 1881
ho lemovcd'to Flagstaff, some- tlmo
befoie tho whistle of tho iron hoise
resounded through our mountains and
Ho resumed his fot mer vocation of
teaching for a term of one year. Was
appointed a dopuly sheiiff of Yavapai
county, and for ten yeais dono faith
ful sertico to tho county iu that ca
pacity. On tho foi luatiou of Coconino county
Mr. Francis was elected our first sher
iff, serving two years. Aflerwauls
engaged iu tho lumber busiuess, and
in October, 1891, oiganized and was
inatlo ptcsident of tho Flagstaff Com
mercial Company, of which company
ho is now general manager and seeie
tary. Iu all his diffcieut puisulls,
public and private, Mr. Francis'
methods havo met with tho appi oval
of his neighbors, as was made manifest
by his flatlet iug majority for council
man at Monday's clc.ction.
of tho distilct court by Judge John J.
Mr. Keller is a native of Missouri,
his birthphico being Harrisouville,
that State; date, March 2, 1859. Wits.
educated in tho common schools al
Kansas City. Took Horace G.'s advice
at au early age and hied him to New
Mexico. Was engaged at Albuquerque
In 1881 by Stover, Crary & Co.,
with which Onu ho remained for seven
years, mom the New Mexican im
tiopolis Mr. Keller scented tho invig
orating air of Flagstaff aud forthwith
made it his homo.
Ho was iu tlio employ of J. It Kil
naiilek for somo time, but for several
ycais has conducted his own establish
ment on San Francisco street. Mr.
Keller will undoubtedly receive the
veidict of "well done, good and faith
ful servant," tn his dual capacity of
city and county official.
Jnincs A. Vail.
Not alone for genial bon hommc and
felicilious good fellowship, but as well
for sound judgment, equitable dcaliJt
aud keen Lusincss acumen, is our ex
assemblyman and councilman-elect
above mentioned justly celebrated.
Mr. Vail is a native of Ohio, but wa
raised iu tlio Hoosier State. He wa
born at Hamilton, Bur county, Janu
ary 27. 1861. When out a mere lad
his parents removed to Indiana, and
ho was educated in the public schools
of New Patis in that State.
In eaily manhood Mr. Vail caught
the Western fever and purchased a
ticket for Now Mexico. Locating at
Coolidge, in thai Territory, ho put
sued diffeieut callings with unvarying
succes for some years, until the fame
of Flagstaff wooed him to our midst.
Since takiug up his residenco here iu
October, 1883, Mr. Vail lias been
closely and actively ideiititied with
every enterprise that tended to the
growth and ptospertty of our city.
Shoiily after locating here ho built
tlio handsome Vajl Building, where he
has since been continuously engaged
iu business A a member of tho Six
teenth Legislature he was ono of the
most active promoters of tho plan to
foim Coconino county, which legisla
tion was successfully accomplished.
Twoyeaisago Mr. Vail's residence
was deslinycil by lire. Willi eharae
tciNtio energy ho soon had plans for a
mine handsome and commodious dwell
ing, aud the elegant sttuctttre on J.e
kiiin stieet, now Dealing completion,
is lint lesult. Here, under the shadow
of tho pictuiesqiie Eldon mountains',
cxliilci ati-il by the invigorating lueeze
wafted fi om their misty summits, will
our youngest councilman draw in
spiration and strength for all public
and ptivate caies and exigi'iicies.
V. A. Keller.
Honors showered thick and fast last
Monday upon tho gentleman whoso
name furnishes the caption for this
article. He was elected councilman by
tho largcs't vote given any candidate,
receiving twenty-four more votes than
any of his coufrcrcs on tho ticket, and
on tlio saiuo day, was appointed clerk
J. C. Grim.
The si'lf-poiso aud intellectual ap
peal ance of the popular school trustee
and newly-elected councilman from
the west end is not at all indicative of
the slot my scenes being enacted al the
time of his entrance on the stage of
life. Mr. Glim was hoi 11 iu Cairoll
county, Ark., January 10, 18G1 a
time when that feitile section was rav
aged by the carnage incident to inter
neciuo stiifu and the desolation which
it entailed. ,
Ho was raised on a farm, but enjoy
ed exceptional education advantages.
After the usual common school course
he giadtiated at the high school al the
age of 19. His first vocation was that
of teacher, which profession he fol
lowed for live years. At tlio ago of 24
ho moved West coming dircctlf to
Flagstaff. Siuco his residenco in this
city Mr. Gtlm has engaged iu the busi
ness of contracting and building and
has met with exceptional success. The
Emerson High School is a monument
to his skill and handiwoik.
Mr. Glim is prominent iu F. & A.
M. ciicles, having taken tho M. M.
and Royal Aieh degrees, and is also a
member of the A. O. U. W. and Wood
men of tho W01 Id. Surrounded by a
happy family of four, ho basks in the
sunshine of well-earned success in his
commodious West End residence.
W. A. Mn j flower.
August 5, 1861, amid tho busy hum
and turmoil of the metropolis of the
Empire Slate, our supervisor of streets
awoke to what proved a stem struggle
with, the silent sphinx. But in tho con
test ho lias gallantly triumphed.
Orphaned at tho ago of 8, supporting
himself from tho ago of 11 that's a
haul row of stump? for any boy. Mr.
Mayflower has no remombranco of .his
fattier, and his mother died when ho
was but 8 years old.
Ho earned a livelihood as best ho
could at Laramie, Wyo. whero his
mother had removed three years pre
vious aud lived there until ho attained
his majority, having meanwhile by
diligence aud effort, attained a good
common school education. Ten years
ago ho removed to this city, first beiug
Of 111 health, despondency and despair,
gives way to tlio sunshine of hope,
happiness and health, upon taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla, liccauso It gives
renewed llfo and vitality to tlio blood,
and through that imparts
ucrvo strcii J gth, vigor
aud energy gfc to the whole
body. Head T this loiter:
"Hood's Bar Vk ssparilU
bo 1 pod me wonderfully,
changed jicknew to health, gloom to sun
shine. No pen can describe what I suf
fered. I was deathly sick, had sick head
aches every few days and those terrible
tired, despondent feelings, with heart
troubles so that I could not go up and
down stairs without clasping my hand
over my heart and resting. In fact, it
would almost take my breath away. I suf
fered so I did not care to live,yet I had
much to live for. There is no pleasure In
llfoH deprived of health, for life becomes
a burden. Hood's Sarsaparilla does far
more then advertised. After taking one
bottle, it Is sufficient to recommend
itself." Mas. J. E. Smith, Beloit, Iowa.
Is the One True Blood Purifier. AH druggists. $L
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell. Mass.
u j 1 - 1 1 - euro a" "ver '" I)"l0UJ
Hood S PlIIS ness, headache, accnt
in tho employ of tliuAiizona Lumber &
rimber Company, but for some yeau
past lie has conducted a dray aud ex
press business. Eighteen months ago
Mr. May flower was appointed super,
visor of stieets and has served the city
in a competent and couscicutious man
That this is appreciated is shown In
the fact that, although ill in bed ann
unable to care for lii-t interests, lie w;i
again re-elected on Monday. Mr. May
flower married a California 1 idy eight
teats ago, and has a pleasant home in
the western part of the city.
Tlio luarshall's star will continue to
adoin the b'.aluait and maiiiy ligitieol
genial George Hoeliileiffer for anothei
two yeais. So hath said tile Flag
statliau voter yea. by a goodly ma
joiiiy. Mr. Hoelulciffcr is in the prinn
of vigorous manhood. He hrst saw
the light of day thiriy-thico yeais ago
at Bethel, III., December 22. 18G3.
Was raised on a f.iim and learned the
butcher Hade. George, knocked down
his fiist beef on Ills twelfth birthday.
Since then, theio havu been others. Hi
atieuded the public school for a time,
but his education has been mainly self
atqtiiicd. Twelve years ago lie re
moved to" Kansas, but shoitly aftei
foisook the laud of grasshoppers foi
I he felicilious altitude of Flagstaff,
where, he has lived for nine years.
Mr. Hoehdeiffer was appointed mar
shal Januaiy 11, 1895, anil has proved
a diligent and cap.tblu officer.
In fraternal matters Mr. Hoclnleif
fer's favorite organization is tho I. O.
F., aud lie has filled all thoehaiis in
Com t Coconino of that older. Ho has
ever taken a keen interest iu militia
mattcis, was ono of the litst and
best sharpshooters iu tho N. G. A.,
and has many hardly woj tiophies of
his skill iu handling tho deadly
1 ille. He is ex-captain of Co. I, and
at present ranks as major in the Fiist
Battalion of tho National G uard. The
maishal has an interesting family of
Fred V. Smith
Among those tecsit ing a particularly
handsome attestation of esteem and
confidence in the way of votes ou Mon
thly last was Fied W. Smith, city clerk
elect. His plurality was -13. Fred is
a Hoosier by birth, his placu of nativ
ity being Now lliclinionil, Intl., known
as Qu.tkerliHvn aud celebrated as the
homo of tho inventor of tho tolling
skate. Tlio interesting event occurred
December 1, 1870, hence tho tiew
clerk Is iu tho heyday of youthful
manhood, 'yclept 25, and by tho way,
not yet. a beiicdiot. Mr. Smith was
educated in the common schools of
Indiana. Has been iu tho drug busi
ness eleven yeais and is a skilled phar
macist. Iu 1890 lie migrated to Flag
staff, was engaged by Dr. Branneii,
and has beeu constantly in iho doctor's
employ since that date.
Mr. Smith is a prouiiuont K. of P.,
Inning filled all the chairs In the local
lodge, and is the lepreseiitutlvo to tho
grand lodge, which convenes at Pres
colt in May. That Iho city has seemed
a capable city clerk goes without
Dr. Cbnmloy, 211 W. First sttcet,
charges uothiug for curing cancers on
poor people. Write for his book, free.
Los Augolcs Times.
I desire to notify my customers and the publj
in general that on and after March 5, 1896 I -ti
conduct a strictly cash business.
I will keep no books. In consequence I &
do away with the expense of bookkeeping and
the loss occasioned by extended accounts. As
result I shall be enabled to sell goods at a W
margin 'of profit, and my? customers will save
money by buying for cash.
All my old patrons and the public generally are
invited to take advantage of the bargains offered
at my store under the cash system.
PI. A. ROGERS,
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Atfantic & Pacific U,
Santa Fe, Presctlt 8 Phoeaii
TlV.E TAULE. IX EFFECT DEC a ra,
Mountain tlbiu Ir ttandard uhhI
7:03 l Iv Ash Fork ar 5 2op 101
S:46 i Kock ltuttv (..top; lltoj
8:.rj;il DelKlo 3 lip, V(i
St&SalJcmino June n J-JOp 9-Si
U:45iil I'rescntt (0p I I5j
.No. II oTT
.No J .o.C
nclmed Tlmo Tabic of Trains.
Cal. fill. Chic. I All.
I.lni. Ev. Mm. I Ex.
6 Oi 10 00 p l.v UllUAUU Al IM-la IQBJp
U 0'in I .Vi l.v KA.N I'll'V'Ai- 0 35p ilda
IJWp 'wp Lv IILNVfclt Ar S3a Slip
i5 2)p 3 00 a lv Albuquerque hi OOUn 8 Up
168p 8 23u WIiik.Uu 4 On a 3 0jp
1 Sip V1VU O'allup aiOii SIlAp
SlOplZJup Ilolbruuk 12 20 u IU 40 a
mop iUi winsiuw nup g.v,n
U2Mp 4 2Up I'lau'stair 8 4S p T2Tn
il 45 a 0 00 p illluuis 6 &. u ti 05 a
145a T40p Aslilork .'.4(1 p 4 Ma
5 48 a 155 a Milkman I2 3up 1132p
7 50 a 4 40 a The .Nut-dies 10l0u 8A5p
9 20u 4a lllake HMi, 725p
140 pit 45 a Daxgutt 3 45 a 2 Kip
2 10 p 12 11 par ll.ii tlo- h 320 u 210p
7 3Jp ar ilujaie lv 830 a
6 C5 p fi pop Ar lx)sAn-'elesL 8U0p , lua
10 OOP 10 Qj p Al fan Uleno l.l 2 top
lo 15 ii Arban 1'iun'eo l.v soup
:00 a 0:55 a
:.cia (10:2 1 a
Mli 11:45 h
W) a li:s.'.i
I: jo I
lv Prcscott ar S33p (Up
Mlhilint f 2 tl p f 3..W p
Skull alley 1 Up !J6p
KirkUnd 12ipi 2 lip
IiIIUiUu li l'Hp
Con.'less 1 59a 11-iJl
Uk-kcnljurs lot) a 19 Ml
IVorla 9 00a t
tilei.d.ile 8 Jja S-iit
Alh.uiibrj Mia tXl
ir 1'lioenlx I ? JU H'
Tlio limited trains leaving Clilcaro west
bound at 6 p. in. dully and Lrn Angeles cast
oouud at 8 p. in. dally carry Pullman'!, latest
uid must elegant bleeping cars, reclining
clialrcar. with an attendant to look after the
pisscngers' comfort, and new dining cars
thiou th witlioutchauge between Los Angeles
In addition to tlio regular dally equipment
a luxurious compartment sleeping car. con
taining tuodtawlng rooms and seven family
rooms, will lie attached to the Chicago Lim
ited leaving Los Augcleson Tuesdajitand the
California Limited leaving Chicago on
Wednesdays of each week.
Tho Chicago Express, east bound, and Cali
fornia Express, west bound, carry Pullman
Palace sleeping cars through without change
between Chicago and san Francisco, with un
annex car between Barslowand Los Angeles;
Pullman Tourist sleeping cars through with
out change between Chicago and San Fran
cisco and Chicago and Los Angclesecry day;
iwlco n week between Los Angeles and St.
Pault once a week between St. Louis and
I Trains 41 aud 42 run on alternate rtijs.
Infoi iiiatlun as to what tt.i s same lll roa
j will be furuNhed by ageuis uu application.
No. 1 makes connections at li Fork wlik
A. k P. vestlbuted limited No J riwutlieejsl.
I No. 1 also i oiiiRCts Willi A i I' No i (turn
J the west. Persons desirl g to stay our it
Ash l'oik will find the best of accoaiuiodi-
tlous ut 1 red llariey s Hotel
No 2 makes closo connections at Ash Fot
with A. P. trains Nos 1 and 4 A 4 V. No-I
reaches ban Kiunclsco li U u in ttwnl
morning. A. 4. P. o. 4 is a lest bak-d inn
tliniiiL-hniit. ll?liiml uiili I int. li cas.alnli5
J car running tlnuugli. Los An Ales lot,ll?
i-riiiiim caiunuei luu ju.iiijpi.iiii". w ,i
Hariey. with his uuexcxlluu serTne-careiml
attenlluii to his guests.
Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Jerome Junction
with tialns of the lulled Uide A. I'adK
ltallviay for Jerome. Conne t ngatlwjH
nlih stago lines for an pruiiipal mlalt.
camps; at Congress with -i.i'e llnesforllar
qua Mala, fctaiitonand Varaeip.at riioen.1
wlih tho Maricopa . Pliwn.x liaUwar w
points on Southern Paiitii Kola ay
'Hie Santa Te. Prcsrott i. Phoenix Kailnj
Is tho best route to tin great sa t l.i
valley. For Inforniall.in u.ardinr t
valley and the rkh mining section tnbutarj
to this i-oad address any Santa ic route rep
Geo. M. SAnocM. General richt and r&
sen xer Arcnt. Pix-'scott
It. E. Wema Assistant General MaMKr.
Prescolt. Ariz. b. I'. P. i. P !!.umay
Gvo. T. NlCllotO.v, Gtucral 1'ayW
Agent. Chicago. ... , i
J.J. I'iiky. General .Manager Cblcajo, a
SUMMER OR WINTER,
Tho "SANTA KE KOUTE" Is the most com
fort able railway between California and the
The meals nt Harvey's Dining Rooms are
an excellent feature of the line, and are only
equalled by thoso served on tho new Dining
Cats, which are carried ou all limited trains.
Tlinflrnnit Piint.m rt ih.P..lAw..TAAnH l.
readied in no other way.
DON A. SWEPT.
General Passenger Agent, Albuqucrque.X.M.
CHUltCIl DIH1.C lOIiV.
CATHOLIC CHURCH KH .l"t
Pastor. On sund.ij 1 '' 'V,,
uuoeka. iu.: second Mass at H .. m flf'
school at 11 a. in. i:onin s. rite at r
in. Ou week dajs Mas, .it . m OJ'"
second Sunday of each month P,J" " jlir
Ir.gatlOu. in. Sunday hooi a I ra
IH INtt' Ml'
Slie's listening to, anil
it never pows old
'llicie'll.l on WEDDING
in tills nciliboi homl
very soon ami homeboih
will want bomo in-
can I get Uieni,"
tllil you sa? We
make them; en
graveil or piinleil,
correct form, up.
anil reasonable in
price, uv.i.i ns your aililress. We
have nn envelope full of samples for
j'ott to clioiwo from. Calling .raniY
from engraved plate per 100, II.
M Lee & 13i., 140 N. Spring street,
Lob Angeles, Ual. Meutiou tlii paper.
L-IRbT M. E. Clll'lUlI 0RW&
r Church ami L.ireux sitis B M '
lord Pa,l.,r. I'lvaUimsatU . ui M'fe,
Sundays', Sunday siliool j' 1 ' ,.., t
Ollison. superintendent (. - "L"""; U.
12:15 p. in. Lpnoitb I r .f:j)
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ExeiytKidy welcome. -
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11 ii in. and e.l p. m : bu" " "' ijp.ni.
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Mid-week eonference and pi a' r ' ""dlw
etening. Acoidial liuliatn.ii ,atti'"
DR. D.J. ltRANNEN. l'' ' IAwll rt
furgeon. I lagstaff ,A " " jt
spondpiompllyto all 7j'fti"
on tho Atlantic Jt Pacltfc K-" aa
and drug sloro oppolte the i" i'u.
M. SANFORD. ATTOK.N tV At MJ'
. Prcsoott, Arizona. m l,ia"K
tuu courts ot Atizona.
T- M. T)OF.
r. otllco two doors '
hotel, Flagstair, Aiizoui.
stair, Arizona. Practice bifoa
Williams, - - - " ,nij)W
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