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interest of "tlie town much can bo done
to help the growth nnd progress of tho
community. In public improvements
Flagstaff easily leads any town of its
population ill the Southwest.- With. a
united effort our town can obtain many
things that now pass us by.
Kmered In the Postofflce at Flagstaff as pccoml
Issued every Saturday. Subscription price,
two dollars a Tear, In advance. Kvcry paper
Is stopped at tbe expiration of tlio time paid lor.
C M. FUNSTON, Editor.
Saturday, May 31, 1902.
FOOLINQ with a first-class tariff law
for the sake of Cuban concessions or
for any other reason, ill not pay. The
Dlngley law Is successful and satisfactory.
Of seventy-five bojs who took the
recent examinations for tbe Annapolis
Naval Academy thirty-eight passed,
the largest percentage of candidates so
The Democratic Territorial Central
Committeo met in Phoenix Tuesday'
and selected Tucson as the placo of
holding the territorial convention. The
fight for tho nomination for delegate to
congress lays bctwoen Mark A. Smith
and J. F. Wilson. The first round in
the battle has been won by the Smith
forces, and tho indications aro that the
present delegate to congress will win
tho battle, although the Wilson faction
of tho party will contest the nomination
in a way that will be felt by their opponents.
The Kingman Arrow has been moved
to Chloride, where In future It will bo
published. The Arrow is a, newsy,
well printed paper, and it should pros
per In its now field.
A New Yobk newspaper has com
piled a list of 1,437 different "cures"
for rheumatism, all recommended as
certain by their users. The moral of
this tabulation is that the disease still
b.iftles medical skill of all kinds.
The battleship Kearsarge has just
held the record-breaking practice of
the world. Her 13-inch guns hit the
murk seven out of eleven times, firing
while steaming at half speed, tho target
being only forty-five feet long, one mile
More immigrants have come to this
country so far this year than In any
similar previous period, and tho indi
cations are that the entire year will
show more than any in the past twenty.
Depression in tho old countries coupled
with prosperity in this is accountable
for the influx.
A Pennsylvania railroad official
tested the effect of Sunday work on
gangs of men and found u decided fall
ing off in the amount of work dono by
those who worked seven days as com
pared to those who hud a day of rest.
He holds that Sunday rest pays as an
economic principle aside from any
question of .religion.
Injuries to the human heart, long
considered fatal, are now 'successfully
treated, and some surgeons have even
gone so far as to say that they are no
worse than any other muscular wound,
the danger being the same in both
cases, that of bleeding to death. It is
claimed the heart can be operated upon
with less danger than othor ioternal
The citizens of Phoenix held a meet
ing Tuesday night and agreed to ob
tain the right of way from Phoenix to
Mesa for the Phoenix & Eastern rail
road. This assures the building of tbe
road from Phoenix to Benson, and Mr.
F. M. Murphy, tho promoter of the
road, says the work will be commenced
as soon as the right of way is secured.
The building of this road will be of
great benefit to Phoenix and the whole
territory and will develop a large scope
Flagstaff should have a local board
of trade, nnd every citizen who desires
tbe progress of the town should take an
interest in such an organization and
contribute to its support In a way that
shows his interest. To Improve our
condition and increase our population
should be the main object of every
citizen. As individuals little can be
accomplished; with united work In tho
The Verde correspondent of the
Jerome News says: "Paying for policing
this country is out of all proportion to
what wo get out of it. To an old man
it is not quite clear why this county
should pick up men who have been
working for $30 to $40 per month and
give $10,000 to $15,000 a year. The
sheriff's office Is too expensive; there is
too much mileage, too many snaps, all
accountable, in part at least, to our 4
per cent tax. It has been this way for
years, worse under other administra
tions than It is now. This could be
helped by a business board of super
visors; cured by the assistance of an
interested taxpaylng set of representa
tives to the next legislature."
The sudden death of Lord Puunce
foto, after an illness which was known
to be serious, but which no one thought
would terminate fatally, has cast a
shadow over official and social life in
Wbshington which is in marked con
trast to the gaycty which marked the
ceremonies attendant upon the unveil
ing of the Kochambeau statue. Lord
Pauncefote. died at 5:30 on Saturday
morning, but no official Intelligence of
the fact reached the White House until
afier the uuveillng. Nevertheless
there were many iu attendance at the
dedicatory exercises who had learned
of the sudden death of the ambassador!
and out of respect to the deceased dip
lomat the reception, which hud been
planned for Saturday evening at the
the French embassy, was not given.
There is an aching and tired feeling;
the liver, bowels and kidneys become
sluggish and inactive, the digestion
impaired, with little or no appetite, no
ambition for anything, and a feeling
that the whole body and mind needs
toning up. Tho trouble Is, that during
winter there has been an accumulation
of waste matter iu the system. Her
bine will remove it, secure to the secre
tions a right exit, and by Its tonic effect
fully restore tbe wasted tissues and
give strength instead of weakness. 50c
at Pioneer Drug Store. t
Binger Herman, U. S. land commis
sioner at Washington, has officially
notified S. F. Meguirc, secretary of the
International Land and Improvement
Company, that tbe company's forest
reserve scrip location has been ap
proved and patent issued by the gov
ernment. This settles all the silly
rumors afloat in regard to the titles to
Douglas property. Dispatch.
Want Other to Know.
"I have used DeWilt's Little Early
Risers for constipation and torpid liver
and they are all right. I am glad to
endorso them, for I think when we find
a good thing we oiuht to lot others
know It," writes Alfred Helnze, Quln
cy, III. They never gripe or distress.
Sure, safo pills. W. H. Tiraerhoff.
II l V)
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less, blotty printing that it will fail to
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what defective, indistinct enunciation
is to an orator. You owe it to yourself
to say the best that you have, and to
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printing which should not be done as
well as it can be done.
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C. M. FVKSTON.
TIME &M TABLE
In Effect Nov. 3, 1901. kB
WIST BOUND. KA8T BOUND.
No. 7. No. 3. No. 1. No. 2. No. 4. No. 8.
To 00 p KOOp looop Leave ..... Chicago.... . Arrive 7 40 a 2J5p I woop
2 Sip 8 45 a II 00 a Kansas City .j . 560 p 240a 7 IS a
800p 8 25a 800p Denver. .. 930a 600p dOOp
7 40a 10 35p 740a ....La Junta -- 10 20 p II 47 a 8 Ma
TraOp "IHfOa 10 30p ..Albuquerque " 8 05a 111 45 p 7 10 p
4 36a 5 00a Wlngale 3 14a 1 4Zp
5 10a 4 10a 5 35a Gallup , 240a 6 45p 1 15p
7 35 a 8 00 a Hoibrook U2Jp 0 45 a
845a 7 10p 9 10 a Winslow IOS5p 3 10 p 8 45 a
11 S3 a 9 35 p 1147 a Flagstaff 8 21 p 125p 6 52 a
lOOp I0 85p 130p Williams 850pl2 07p 5 10a
200p ll65p 230p , Ash Pork 6 23 p 11 DO a 420a
235p I2 05p 305p Pacific Time Sellgman Mount. Time 2&5p 8 56 a 3 15 a
4 SO p ... Peach Springs............. .... 1 10 p 12 25 a
520p 225a 8 08p Kinsman.. . 10 40a 8 13 a 10l5p
8Mp 350a 8 10p Tbe Needles 7 45a 400a 740p
850p 5 0Sp lOlOp . Dolts.. 25a 300a flOOp
10 20p 8 29a 1155a Ilagdod 340a 1240a 4 10 p
14 51 a 2 45 a . Daggett 1 30 a 2 oo p
130 a 9 55 a ... Ilarstow 10 50p 1 10 p
2 20 a .. Kramer 12 25 p
3 10 a 12 05a . .. Moavo .. 8 45 p II 35a
7 13 a 2 40 a 8 30 a I Arrive Los Angeles . .-Lcavcl 7 15 p 8 10 p
12 45 p I2 45p 12 45p Arrive.. San Diego Leave) 1 35 p 1 35 p I
8 OS a 9 10 a . .... Uakersneld. ..,..... 5 30 p 7 45 p
10 30 a 1160 a Fresno 2 35p 3 15 a
2 30p HOOp ..........Stockton....... II 50 a II 25 p
5b5p 5 55 p Arrive San Francisco., -Leavo 900a 800p
Nos. 2 and 8 carry Palace and Tourist Sleeper and free Reclining Chair Can from San
Francisco and Los Angeles to Ash Fork. Dining Car Stockton to Ilakersfleld. Palace Sleeper
Ash Fork to Phoenix, which Is occupied till morning.
Nos. 1 and 7 Palace Sleeper Phoenix to Ash Fork. Palace and Tourist Sleepers and free
Reclining Chair Cars Ash Fork to San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Nos. I and 2 carry between Ash Fork Palace and Tourist Sleepers and free Reclining Chair
Cars and Palace Sleeper between Ash Fork and Phoenix.
Nos. 3 and 4, California Limited, carry between Chicago and Ash Fork Palace Sleepers.
Observation Car, Composite and Dining Cars. Palace Sleeper bctwoen Phoenix and Ash Fork
No extra fare is charged on this train. Regular flrst-class tickets are required.
Santa Fe, P. & P. Railway,
No. 1. NO. 2.
S3lp Ash Fork 1 C5p
7 20p .........Jerome Junction 11 10 p
8 05p . Prescott 1130 a
11 a p ... .. Congress Junction . 7 11a
2 05 a . Phoenix 4 20 a
The Santa Fe
Is the most comfortable way across the con
tlnent. Dining Rooms and Dining cars are
managed by Mr. Fred Harvey, and are pertao
In every detail.
Rates, tickets and full Information cheerfull
furnished on application to
O. E. SnixivAN, Agt., Flagstaff '
J. J. Drone, O. P. A., I.os Angeles.
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