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LOCAL AtlD PERSOHAL
The town council will meet Mon
Neri Osborn, of Phoenix, was
a visitor here this week. I
A new piano for sale at a very ,
reasonable price. Call at this of
T. J. Coalter left yesterday for
Cordes, to spend a few days lojk-
inff after his band of sheep.
I am going away, and' will sell
my entjre householdfurniture for
what Jt will brintfS. F. Quay.
Rev. C. Vabre has organized a
class in Spanish which meets
Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Miss Marie, daughter of Mr.
"and Mrs. August Schwable, ar
rived this week from Colorado
The Jerome city council has
passed an ordinance to abolish
gambling in Jerome after the first
of next January.
James Beaton, of Babbitt Bros',
meat market returned Fridav last
from a seven weeks vacation which
he spent on the coast.
Dr. Geo. Fanning and family
.came in from Tuba Sunday and
left today for Harlem, Montana.
The doctor has been for the past
year physician ..at the Indian
school at Tuba.
Mrs. J. A. Lamport returned
Monday from a trip to her former
home jn Minnesota, where she was
called several weeks ago, on ac
count of the illness and subse
quent death of her mother.
N. G. Layton, territorial super
intendent of public intsruction,
came up from Phoenix, Thursday,
to attend a meeting of the board of
trustees of the Northern Normal.
He will elso attend the meeting of
the Masonic grand lodge to be
held here next week.
Emerson school will give a
curiosity and souvenir entertain
.ment some time this month. Each
fpupil is expected to bring to the
school some trinket that is valued
by the family either as an heir
loom or keepsake where it will be
kept on exhibition during the day.
' The Northern Arizona Bar as
sociation met in the court room at
10 a. m. Wednesday. Hon. T.
G. Norris of Prescott, was elected
president, and he will provide the
banquet, that being the main duty
of the president. Attorney Fred
Morrison of Kingman, was elected
vice-president; Judge Sanford
secretary, and Attorney Isaac
Barth of St. Johns, treasurer.
Not a Butcher.
Tuesday the case of H. R.
Heckerthorn charged with selling
beef without a license was heard
before Justice of the Peace Har
rington. The complaint was made
by T. F. Holden, local inspector
of the sanitary live stock board.
Mr. Heckerthorn admitted that he
had butcnered cattle for his own
use and sold the meat that he
could not use to his neighbors.
This he maintained he had a right
to do and that he was not a
butcher in as much he did not sell
the meat to anyone who wished
Justice Harrington said the
question had been decided by
higher authority in similar cases,
that individuals who killed a beef
occasionally and sold the surplus
was not a butcher and discharged
It is up to the sanitary board
to carry the case to a higher court,
but it is not likely they will do so.
Son Lost Mother.
"Consumption runs in our fam
ily, and through it I lost my
mother," writes E. B. Reid, of
Harmony, Me. "For the past five
years, however, on the slighest
sign of a cough or a cold, I have
taken Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which has saved
me from serious lung trouble."
His mother's death was a sad loss
for Mr. Reid, but he learned that
lung trouble must not be neg
lccted,.and how.to.cure it. Quick
est relief-and cure for coughs and
colds. Price 50c and $1.00; guar
anteed at all druggists. Trial
puw 0.1 in
a re addition,
n, are now open
es range trom J&25
Now iyyour time to get a lot
for your future home. Apply to
A. F. Hunt, Agent Santa Fe.
When You Hve a Bad Cold
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a
You want a remedy that will re
lieve the lungs and keep expecto
You want a remedy that will
counteract an' tendency toward
You want a remedy that is
pleasant and safe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
meets all these requirements and
for the speedy and permanent cure
of bad colds stands without a
peer. For sale by all druggists.
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Vf OUNTAIN LODGE, NO. IS, K. OP P.
Meet In Odd Fellows Hall every Unit and
third Wednesday nights ot each month. Vis
iting knights are cordially Invited to attend.
J. A. Wilson C. C
K. F. noMUiiio. K. it It. and S.
A. K. FtuifKroiUEK, M. of F,
"ODBT COCONINO. NO. 894. INDEPEND-V-
NT OUIIXR or FORESTERS.
Meets second and last Tuesays In each montL
In Odd Fellow's Halt Visiting members In
Tlted to attend the ourt meeting.
Clakk Hitt, C R.
W. It. Hanks. Rcronllnir Secretary.
W. IL Nohuan, Financial Secretary.
T7LAGSTAFF IX) DOE. No. I, I1BNKVO
1 Lvr AND FKOTKCT1VE OKDlNor EIJCS.
Meets erery Tuesday nleht In H. I. II. E. hill,
corner an FninclBco street and Aspen h venue
Visiting brothers cordlally'lnvlted to attend.
J. O 1ILAKK, K. K.
Vb. i S J l.Lln.ffcrrttiy
pi.AOSTAFF LODGE. NO. IS, A. O. U. W.
Meets every Thursday nlirht In Kile's Hall
Visiting members invlfx) to attend.
U. S. 1IAKHKTT. M. W.
C. A. Ilosil. Rec Q. N. Ilaty. Fin.
pLAGSTAFF LODGE NO. 1, F. & A. M
Regular meeting, on first Saturday of eacl
month at Elk's Hall. Visiting brethren Invited
WlI.ET W. Wimjami, W. M.
E. S. MlM.Eii, Sec.
ETLACISTAFF LODGE. NO. It, I. O.O. F.
Meets every Saturday nig! t In Odd Fellows'
Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend.
Eu GlCLAS, X. G
W. A. Cahpoku. Secretary.
T S. CLARK,
Prescott - - Arizona
Fresh Fruits and Confectionery.
We have a
of oHlce sup
In fact everything
that you may
need In the
Yon can be pleased with
the line of blank books
at the Son Stationery
well ruled and of excel
lent quality of paper.
CASH BOOKS. JOURNALS.
SINGLE and DOUBLE ENTRY
RECORDS. ORDER and IN
DEX BOOKS. BLOTTERS
SCRATCH BOOKS. Etc- Etc
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They range in prices
from 15c up, according'
to number of pages and
quality of paper. In
special Blank Books we
have the well-known
Crown flat-opening in
the various sizes for
I Jim Mincry Dept !
Heating Stove's! The Latest
in a flrswrfass
p on short notice
Stove Pipe and Fittings.
PLUMBER and PLUMBERS' GOODS
and TRADE-MARKS DromMIr obtained l
all ocKintnm, or no foe. V e obtain parr nth
THAT PAY. IwrU tlnn thoroughly, at oar
expense uri uelp yvx to moons.
Bend model, photo or tketch for FREE report
on pateattbtUtr. to fttnf practice. SUR
PASSING REFERENCES. For fre Oalds
oi on iToniADie rutntt write to
B03-B0B Sevsnth Street,
jninwTun, ej. ts.
Then-cent niukpt ft fmnuirh fnrlKtiml rtm-n...
Ions. The famijbottle (60 cents) contains
supply for a year. ll dniKglsts sell them.
to I ))
KBS For Drunk
For Drunkenness, Op I; .
other Drug Using,