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If the people of Flagstaff intend
having a Fourth of July celebration
it is about time to begin preparations
for the event.
Charles E. Lovett, representing the
Los Angeles Times, spent several days
here this week in the interest of the
big coast daily.
Rev. J. H. Henry attended the Me
thodist conference in Los Angeles this
week. He returned last night accom
panied by his daughter, Mrs. Ed.
Menzles, his granddaughter and
The committee in charge of the A.
O. U. W. ball are making arrange-
ments to entertain all who may partic
ipate. The ball will be given in the
large hall over Babbitt's store, giv
ing the dancers plenty of room. Get
your tickets and come and have a
Edward J. Bernard, a young man
from Chicago, who came here five
weeks ago in the last stages of con
sumption, died at the Hicks lodging
house Tuesday morning. Edgar
Whipple, tbo undertaker, embalmed
the body, and under advice from rel
atives the body was shipped to Chi
cago Wednesday night.
Ranch for sale, consisting of 160
acres of patented land, 680 of school
land. Large pastures, good fences.
Commodious buildings, such as barn,
corrals, bunk houses. Never falling
water supply, and adjacent to
finest stock range in Northern Ari
zona. For particulars inquire of
W. K. ROSS,
21-3m Rhoades, Arizona.
Lloyd C. Hennlng, the editor of the
St. Johns Herald, spent Monday here.
Ho is on a vacation, which he is
spending visiting friends along the
railroad. Mr. Hennlng says that the
drougth still continues in Apache
county, but there has been but little
loss of stock and no great loss is ex
pected. Apache county is fairly pros
perous and its people contented.
Prof. A. D. Hopkins and J. L.Webb,
of the Bureau of Agriculture, Wash
ington, D. C, arrived Tuesday. Prof.
Hopkins is investing the habits of the
beetle, which destroys our pine trees.
He will after a few days leave for Cal
ifornia, leaving Mr. Webb to con
tinue the work, and the latter, who is
accompanied by his wife, will be in
this vicinity for several months.
On Friday afternoon, May 20, Mrs.
E. S. Clark gave a delightful enter
tainment at their handsome residence
on Union street, at which about fifty
ladies were present. The rooms were
very beautifully decorated with potted
plants and cut flowers, which added
charms to them. Six handed euuhre,
one of the most exciting of card
games, was played, and interest never
flagged from start to close. Mrs. C.
C. Walcutt received the prizo for the
greatest number of progressions, Mrs.
Ed. Block for the greatest number of
lone hands, and Mrs. S. E. Brether
ton the consolation prizo. Mrs. Wes
ley Paul, of Boston, who with her
husband is spending a few months in
Prescott, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Clark, and Mrs. J. B. Cleveland as
sisted the hostess during the after
noon. Most delicious refreshments
were served the guests prior to their
departure, and the afternoon was a
most enjoyable one throughout.
Call and inspect the new line of
leather goods at Sun stationery department.
St. Louis Excursions.
The Santa Fe will sell first class excursion tickets at Flag;
staff at the rates and on the dates named below: ' -'
DATES OF SALE.
June ist, 2nd, 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd.
July ist, 2nd, 7th, 8th, 13th, 14th.
August 8th, 9th, 10th, 18th and 19th.
September 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th.
October 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th.
On the eastward trip these tickets will be good to start only
on dates named. They will be good for 10 days to reach "
either St. Louis or Chicago.
Westbound, the tickets will be good for 90 days after date of
sale and permit stopover anywhere en route.
To St. Louis and back, $53.85.
To Chicago and back, $59.05.
THE CALIFORNIA LIMITED.
These tickets are good for passage on the greatest of all
trains the California Limited. The only Limited1 train in
G. E. Sullivan, Agent,
Open for Settlement
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office,
Prescott, Ariz., May 19, 1004.
Notice is hereby given that supple
mental plats of the surveys of the fol
lowing townsnips, viz: Tps. 'il-Si
and 23 N., Tp. 21 N. R., S. R. 6 and
8 E. have been received at this office
and will be officially filed June 20,
1804, on and after which day and date
we will be prepared to receive and apt
on applications to make entries in
Fen S. Hildreth,
J. M. W. Rooke,
Three Times the
Value of any Other
Summer Excursion Rate to California.
Round trio rates have been made by
the Santa Fe to the following points:
To San Francisco via. Bakersfield
or Los Angeles, $51.
To Los Angeles, Redondo, Santo
Mnnlnn T.nnrr Tlnnph. Fast Kan Pedro.
San Diego or Coronado, $31.
To Avaion, uatanna isiana, mj.zo.
Dates of Sale, every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday during
tnontns 01 May, June, Juiy, August
aad September, 1004.
ueiurn limn, ovemuer ou, j.wt.
Htnn ihap will hn allowed at Bar-
stow and any point west thereof, t-d
Birds and animals preserved and
mounted to order. Skins tanned and
made into rugs and robes. Shop at
stone quarry, one mile east of Flag
staff. George F. Moe, Taxidermist,
Flagstaff, Ariz. 50-4t
Rotary motion and ball bear
ing make it the lightest running
machine in the world.
Quiet and durable. The ro
tary motion does away with
noise and wear caused by the
forward and backward move
ment of the shuttle.
WHEELER & WILSON MFG. CO.,
San Francisco, Cal.
General Office for Pacific-Coast,
No. 933 Market St.
FLAGSTAFF ASSAY OFFICE,
A. E. DOUGLASS.
Flagstaff, - Arizona.
Office hours 11 a. m to 12 m.
AGENTS FOR MINING MACHINERY.
A good prescription
The B-cent packet is enough for usual occas
ions. Tbe family bottle (60 rants) contains a
supply for a year. All druggists sell them,
Original and only genuine French Tansy
Wafers for sale by leading druggists, $2 per
box. Safe and reliable. Accept only goods
put up In yellow wrappers with crown trade
W. H. TIMERH0FF, Druggist,
K9 v For Drunk
For Drunktnnns, Opium,
other Drug UilM,