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The Coconino sun [microform]. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1898-197?, November 18, 1905, Image 2

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Issued every Saturday. Subscription price,
;wq dollars a Tear, In advance. Erery paper
It stopped at the expiration ot the time paid (or
C M. FUNSTON. Editor.
Saturday, November 18, 1905.
A former resident of New Mex
ico makes the forecast of the next
governor of that territory as being
Mr. Hagerman of Roswell.
The Bisbee Review issued a
handsomely illustrated and inter
esting mining edition for circula
tion at the Mining Congress which
meets at El Paso this week.
Under the new government law
regarding the handling of patent
medicines, every firm in the coun
try handling patent medicines must
take out a government license
after December i.
The salary of the president and
the. vice president of the Mutual
Life is as great as that of the
United States, and nine members
of the cabinet, and admiral of the
navy and the chief of staff of the
army combined. Does he measure
up to it?
An Albuquerque paper sug
gested that in event of joint state
hood the Mexicans of New Mexico
will be an offset to the Arizona
Mormons. It has undoubtedly
overloaked the fact that one of the
prosperous counties of New Mex
ico is populated with Mormons.
That the people of New Mexico
are in favor of joint statehood is
evidenced by the passing of strong
resolution, l3 the Territorial Re
publican Central Committee, at
Santa Fe recently against joint
statehood. The only place that
joint statehood seems to be popu
lar is in the columns of the Albu
querque newspapers.
The New Mexican's esteemed
Albuquerque contemporaries are
worrying more and more over the
statehood question, and are es
pecially fearful that joint state
hood will not be realized during
the first session of the coming
congress. To be sure, there is a
good chance that such will be the
case. In the mean time, the sup
porters of separate statehood are
going along in the even tenor of
their ways doing active and tell
ing work for their cause. They
also may not succeed, but they
will be concious that they have
done the best under the circum
stances. At any rate, the ques
tion will be decided in less than
two months. In the meantime,
all concerned should be as good
natured as possible. New Mexi-can.
Washington should work an hour
more each day. The clerks would
like to see it tried on the congressmen.
Ap Iowa woman wants a divorce
irorr. her husband because he has
not taken a bath for twenty-two
years. Most people think she
would have been justified in apply
ing a year or so earlier.
The Douglas Speaker is a new
weekly newspaper published at
Douglas, George F. Meek is the
editor and manager. It is inde
pendent in politics. The initial
number presents a good appear
ance typographically and is full
of local news.
In the issue of Collier's Weekly
of the 4th instant, that usually re
liable news journal places the Co
conino Sun among the newspapers
of Arizona in favor of joint state
hood. The Sun has always
opposed that issue. Arizona,
when admitted, should comprise
its present boundary lines. There
is not a known advocate of joint
statehood within the confines of
Coconino county, every citizen be
ing loyal to single statehood.
The town council of Jerome has
passed an ordinance prohibiting
gambling within the limits of that
tewn. Some months ago the
miners formed a boycott against
the saloon men and it has about
put the sporting element out of
business. The miners have put
their money in the bank and took
it home and now the town council
has found that a good, live town
can get along without gambling.
Quicker Time.
With the opening of the winter
season of the California limited on
the Santa Fe system, it will be
possible to make the jomny from
Los Angeles to New York, in
eighty-four hours. The journey
from San Francisco can be made
in ninety-three hours. The Santa
Fe limited begins its eleventh sea
son as the fast train between Chi
cago and Los Angeles and San
Francisqo with a time card clipping
oqe hour off last season's schedule.
Terrlto lal Fair Fare.
The Santa Fe ynas made a rate
of $10.05 to Poenix and return
on the occasii nof the Territorial
Fair. The d yfes of sale are De
cember 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, the re
turn limit being December 12.
W. Young, Agent, Flagstaff.
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Rock, Ark., "for the relief I got
from Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It
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which nothing else would heal,
and from which I had suffered for
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