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LOCAL AtlD PPSOHAL
He was encored thirteen times.
Messrs. Wyjjkoop and Fry were
in from Tuba this week.
Go to Emblems for plumbing
and general repairing. 42-tf
Mrs. Julia Ward, of Chicago, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Thos.
There is a largJfssortment of
fine toilet soaps at the Banner
Drug Co. 43-H
The best recital ever given in
Victor. Victor Daily Record, Vic
D. M. Francis and wife left Sun
day for Phoenix, where they will
spend the winter.
Mrs. G. II. Coffin and children
returned Friday, from a visit with
relatives in Springfield, Mo.
Born To the wife of V. V. Me
rino, at Milton, on November 12,
1905. an eight-pound daughter.
E. F. Greenlaw was a passenger
on No. 1 .Tuesday, on his way
from the City of Mexico to Los
When you want a pleasant lax
ative take Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Ta'olets. For sale by
W. G. Henry and Al Sparks
left Monday on a trip to Yuma
and Maricopa counties. They
will be gone until next April.
Thos. A. Rickel is making a
tour this week of the towns west
of here on the Santa Fe, as far as
Kingman, in the interest of Bab
Wm. Mclntiro returned Satur
day from a trip to Utah, where he
purchased a band of sheep. The
sheep were driven from Utah by
way of Lee's ferry to the range
north of here.
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Gates, of
Los Angeles, are here. They have
visited the various points of in
terest, and spent some time in
the Navajo and Hopi Indian res
ervations. The K. P. lodge of' this place is
expecting a gala time tonight.
Twenty-five members of the Wil
liams lodge will be here to attend
the meeting, when the ranks of
Page and Knight will be conferred.
All members in good standing are
invited to attend the meeting.
A change of time on the Santa
Fe railroad took place Sunday.
The passenger trains arrive at
Flagstaff as follows: Westbound
No. 1, at 10 o'clock a. m. No. 7,
mail train, at 11:17 i No. 3,
limited, at 9:37 p. in. Eastbound
No. 8, at 7:15 a. m. No. 4, lim
ited, at 1:50 p. 'in. No. 2, mail
train, at 8:25 p. m.
J. J. Donahue returned Thurs
day from,,Hstrip to Chicago, III.
School tabs ilorgchool children,
at the Bannex'Drug Co. 43-4t
E. G. Greening, of Los Angeles,
Cal., spent several days here this
A new piano for sale at a very
reasonable price. Call at this of
Harrison Conrard,who has been
in the east for the past two months,
Norman A. Cameron, who has
been in business in Los Angeles
for the past two years, returned
C. E. Boyce, the father of Wil
liams, was here Monday. Mr.
Boyce is engaged in the cattle
It is a rare treat to hear Mr.
Fouche. R. A. Morlev, Ph. D.,
President of Northern Illinois Col
lege, Fulton, 111.
Chas. J. Babbitt left Wednes
day for Kansas, where he will
make arrangements for the ship
ment of a lot of cattle to this
James Walsh, of Williams, who
spent Tuesday here, has sold his
herd of cattle to J. W. Smith and
J. N. Haley. The price received
is said to have been 41,000.
It was a first class entertain
ment; an intellectual treat. El
Paso Daily Times, El Paso, Texas.
Public school hall, Thursday and
Friday nights, November 23 and
24. Reserved seats at Boyles on
For Sale Large eight room
other out b
cellarand latest im-
iluings and twenty
art down and balance
on easy terms to suit buyer. In
quire of L. L. Burns. 42-tf.
N. Zeleo, of Iowa, and on his
way from San Bernardino to his
home, died on No. 8 Tuesday
night, at Bellemont. The body
was taken from the train here to
the undertaking parlor, and the
funeral took place here Wednesday.
CUSTOMERS bare a
right to expect that
their banking buslneis
be Ire fed at con
fide it it!
TJji we do
also aim to protect
terettt in erery
ate manner. X
THE CITIZENS BAMK
Flagstaff - . Arizona.
OUNTAIN LODOK, NO. t&, K. OP V.
Meets la Odd Fellows Hall every first unci
third Wednesday nUtnisot each month Vis
iting knlphtt are cordially Invited to attend.
J. A. Wiuson C. C
K. P. IIONliKKO. K. f K. and S.
A. I'.. PiiANKruusKit, M 'if p, .
-OUKT COCONINO. NO. 806. INDEPKND--
KNT OHDIH Or rOHKSTKILS.
Meets second and last Tuesays In each month
In Odd Fellow's Hall. Visiting members In
vited to attend tho ""ourt meetings.
Claiik Hitt, C. It.
W. U. Hanks. Itecontlni; Secretary.
W. II. Nokman, Financial Secretary.
P-LAOSTAFF IX)DOE, No. 499, I1BNEVO-
LBVT AND PHOTKCTIVE OIIDKllOF KI.KS.
Meets every Tuesday night In II. l. O. E. hall,
corner San Francisco street and Aspen avcnu
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend.
J. O IILAKK, K. II
Diu R S. Ml I.t.H,Secrctury
pLAGSTAFP LODOK, NO. IS, A. O. U. W.
Meets every Thursday night In Klk's Hall
Visiting members Invited to attend.
(.!. S. IIAUKETT. M. W.
C. A. Hush, Kee. O. N. Uaty, Pin.
PLAQSTAFF LODOK NO. 7. F. 4 A. M
Hegular meeting, on first Saturday of one!
month at Klk's Hall. Visiting brethren Invited
Wilit Williams, W. M.
E. 3. Millkk, Sec
CLAGSTAFF LODOK, NO. II. I. O.O. P.
Meets every Saturday nlsrtt In Odd Fellows'
Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend.
KM Oiclas, N. O
W. A. Camphki,i Secretary.
J S. CLAUK,
Prescott - - Arlrona
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