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Rnterod In the Poxtofflce at Flagstaff an second
Issued every Saturday. Subscription price,
two dollar a Tear, In advance. Every paper
N stopped ut the expiration of the time paid tor
C M. FUNSTON. Editor.
Saturday, November 25, 1905.
Allen J. Bird, editor of the No
gales Oases, has been appointed
liv Judge Doan, clerk of the sec
ond judicial district in and for
Santa Cruz countv.
Oregon and California under
takers are accused of grafting by
"divying" with the ministers and
physicians who throw business
their way. At last they are run
ning ''graft" in the ground.
No denunciation ever uttered of
Russia, was so terrible as the
statement that far more adminis
trative capacity has been shown
in the management of the Jewish
massacres than in the conduct of
the Japanese war.
We often hear that the age of
miracles is past, but is it? It is
statistically shown that the
grocers of this country, within the
last six years, have sold 3,500,000
pounds of pure Mocha and Java
coffee from the 137,000 pounds
imported into the United States.
The interview of a reporter of
an Albuquerque paper with Sena
tor Clark, of Montana, in which
the senator was made to appear
as an advocate of joint statehood
is vigorously denied by the sena
tor. He emphatically states that
he is opposed to jointure and will
fight the measure when it comes
up in the senate.
It is stated by an exchange that
the" only purpose of pome of the
territorial papers in criticising
every action of Gov. Kibbey is
to force him to resign. Happily
the governor is not made of that
kind of metal and he evidently
enjoys the attacks of these jour
nals. The governor has done a
number of things that have been
out of the old order of running
territorial affairs, and it has dis
turbed the fellows who do not
want the territory to progress.
Frank C. Frantz, formerly a
resident of Prescott and well
known throughout the territory,
has been named as governor of
Oklahoma territory, to succeed
Governor Ferguson. Capt. Frantz
was a member of the rough riders
and after the tragic death of Ducky
O'Neill succeeded him as captain.
After the war he located at Enid,
Oklahoma, and was appointed
postmaster by President Roose
velt and afterwards was given the
position of financial agent of the
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The American hens laid twenty
billions of eggs last year.-
There were 2,003 deatfjsmopg
the civil war pensioners during the
month of September. .This1 leaves
Tammany does not see how
New York citizens should have
become so particular all of a sud
den as to say how their ballots are
It seems that it was not Jer
ome's popularity after all that
elected him Dr Parkhurst called
him "an undigested eccentricity."
To be called a name like that by
Parkhurst is enough to elect any-bodv.
Oregon may feel a little piqued
when congress meets, on having
such a small representation in it,
but she can boast of haVing the
the largest representation of con
gressmen in jail of any state in
the United States.
It looks like we are to be rob
bed one way or the other any how
while the fine crop of turkeys has
brought the price down a little,
here comes a shortage of n,ooo,
000 barrels of cranberries which
makes up in its price what we
were to save by the reduced cost
of the turkev.
Accessions to the Joint State
hood League are continuing. They
are not as great as they might
be, but they may increase in due
season. A Japanese cook in one
of the grading camps on the East
ern Railway of New Mexico has
just come out boldly in favor of
joint statehood, with the addition
that he thinks New Mexico and
Arizona should become parts of
the Mikado Empire. New Mexican.
It :ost W. R. Hearst $65,843
to make the campaign for mayor
of New York City Mr. Hearst
is now ready to spend $100,000 to
find out how he was beaten, while
there are lots of people in the
country who rejoice over his de
feat yet they all desire that he get
a square deal in the investigation
now going on over the election.
On the other hand McClellan did
not spend a cent directly or indi
rectly for election to the mayor
The town council should pass
an ordinance requiring the side
walks to be cleared of snow after
each snow storm. A few enter
prising citizeng clear the walks in
front of their premises, but the
majority let the stuff lay until it
melts away. The unwilling ones
ought to be compelled to do what
their more enterprising neighbor
does willingly. Let us have the
snow cleaning ordinance, with a
good penalty attached for not re
moving the snow from thewalks
within a stated time'aftcr a storm,
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T. I. POLLOCK, Vice President
C. O. ROBINSON, Cashie?
Transacts a General BanJung business. Sells Drafts otij'
all Foreign Countries. Collections a specialty. Interest paid on
flagstaff, Williams, Kingman, Arizona
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The celebrated Didlcman
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double ami single rigs,
and are specially made for
breaking bronchos and for
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And Veterinary Remedies.
Columbia Stock food for
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will prove to i.e the best
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