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THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER GO.
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avV4ltv , ,VAro fntiflrlonf -urn ttinm siicf
foy y K ' -to be the next President as
not banking so much on our knowledge of f olitics as we
are' on our ability to suit you when you want to buy lum
ber. This is the time to buy, because we are anxious to
turn some of these large piles of lumber into money, and
the prices we have will please
"Do you want to figure on a special bill? If so, we are in
shape to do that, for we have a first-class stock and are
4here to tell you we propose
'7" T SELL CHEAP.
The Prices Are Right!
IF YOU flRE
4fk f HURRY
tfor groceries there is alwry a wagon at our
door ready to bring them to you. Your order
will be filled promptly. We have everything that
is best in Groceries. The Monarch brand ol
Canned Goods the best in the market, are sold h)
us. Our nsortiivnt of Table Luxuries einbrare
lots of dainties not found in ordinary stores.
Our prices are no higher than you will pay foi
FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL GO.,
All the Delicacies of the Season Fresh from the Market.
You are invited to call and inspect my Stook
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Toa raaaoo aofrmn ara not oond by
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THE PIONMB DRUG 8T0RED. J.
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.CHAS, A. KELLER, PnopnicTon.
CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
uon oi immauunwKB puywciM, will qtuouy cur tou of U Dif
wosa ortUanica ol tte cenenUrs orniw, soch aa lottMmabnod,
, UoUtntM to Mirry, Ezhiaatloc Drln, Vartc
ItitopsaJlloasmbTdairoriilcbL Prevent onkfc
of oncMif.wiiico u notcbrcKM lead to epnntorrix ana
vraoiimpoWDer. ronMimnimi tnaurov u
par eavt bjo teoBblad wtUi
ramwlr to oarawtiboataoowrTajJoo. a808ifitmont-
r ymelmilar and tatHmonM
moma ii ax poxto aeaa pot wast P
BEANNBN PrpiietOT Flagstaff, A. T
Tho Bill Passed the Senate Yes
FLAGSTAFF AUTHORIZED TO
ISSUE $65,000 IN BONDS.
I ho (L.oil iW8 Uonveyrd 111 Speclul
irlrurntiiH to Our Oltlzens
A tcliiMin wut H'ceiuil liHin jes
liiilO fumi Ufli'rtiw N. O. iMuiilij,
oiaiiiir ili.it ill., bin u fi,. CuiigiiM in
Minimi i.i tins tuvvii of Fl,igi.iff to
i-Uii G.j.000 umtli of IkiiuJs fui
wiilei nuiks, itml wluuli lind pismd ihe
IIiiihh nlmtit fiiur wei'ks sijjo, jmsiil
iii b.iiittu nt 1:45 ji-MiM da) hiiiI was
K.11I3 for the I'leiili-iiiN hin it me.
nliii'Mlur, J.iniiiiij 13, 1897, will
In. .1 liy Imijj irniinihfiitl lv cvci
oideiit of Fl.gutl, for it coiiidu'Iiiiii
ims thu hUiitfii of jeiiiH of paticia
woll. and eais of tai.'iit waiilng fm
ilie ualuiMuiLu tlntt it itemed would
II. Vl 1 cuitiu.
Under tliu laws of the Uuileil States
(j.eiiimt'Ut a iiiuuiuiptliiy 01 count)
1 aiiiiut isnue buiiils to exceed 4 per
tent of tin? a,eised valiiaiioii of tliu
iiiuiiiiiulii) or county without u
ltclal act of Cougiuss iinpouetiiig
lti-n to do so.
Om cay offiuiuls and tlm Uond of
ila.lt! line. I.eefi oniii in' hi their if
"'I I" , l 111 b l! rfl l j)i . nil ii li
lut Um.", 4 I-1 li"Hl Mill, ill )n .
- HI. .1 II I I iU.ll to 1 ll Ill I tt I J
mi ami ili mi. i t iln in I in L i ii
Jea is duu ciiliul) In bun.
Kiel hiuie the town was founded,
when tlio Atlantic & 1'ueilie was liist
Mult Ihiiiugh tills put of Aiizoua, tin
in t ti foi an mli ijii ilo water s.slim
.is felt and sti ps t.iliti) to piovum it.
J luiium.'iable suie8 wuo iiimle iulo
the inouiilaiiis mil lb of heie and watei
in abuud.iii(.e was found wliitli emu
it'tvnt (iiyinteis utiM'tlLtl could be
pip.d into Ihe cit) oiur a di.-tancn of
nixtt,eii miles Jack tiinitb'n bpiings
wai dtcided on a the somen of Ntippl
and .i ucel-failin liod) of tlio puieit
ofniouutain water it K.
Woik will eiiiniiiHiiee on the cdii
iliutlinii of the waleiwoiks sitLin us
ijooti as luu issue and bale of the bonds
eau bo tiiau'e. When Uuik is statlL.i
it will be the means of gniug employ
ment to bundled.-, of men and the (lis
liibutioii of $00,01)0 heie will tnaU.i
limes veij'pioil imleid.
With lliu watetwoiks will come
mauufactoiiis of all kinds and thu
bum of iuduv.iy will be heitid m thu
land. Steady employ meiit will be
given to woikingnien who will come
beio with their families and eslaljli-b
homes and add to our population aud
All bi.uiuhes of business have al
ready taken on a new base of life aud
our mei chants and business men ate
hopeful once moio.
A special election to enable the
roters to express their pi efereuce for
or against the issuance of these bonds
will ill all ptobabilily be oideiod in a
A Ileportof Work Done During 1880
in Road District No. 4.
To the Editors The Suif-DEMOCRAr:
The following statement of labor
and money expended duiing the year
1896 in Road District No. 4, Coconino
county, may be interesting to the
readers of The Sun-Democrat. Road
District No. 4 contaius 164 miles of
county road: 'From Flagstaff to Cbal
lender, 24 miles; Bellemont to spring
valley, 10 miles; Flagstaff to Roger's
Lake 14, miles; the Camp Verde road
LEVI 3TRAU5S & 00.
OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
EMPLOY OVER 350 OIRLS.
lo l be ennui) line, 31 miles, aud tlio
Tout.) It isfu toad, 85 miles. The
heav lains of last jear did miieh to
iueiease tho amount of necessity le
paiis; watei bleaks weie seeiel
test.il, tills washed and roeks expose'.
Ihewoist set lions wei.i winked on r
ihoiollbly seeial limes.
The V. tde toid was wotked twice;
a 1G mile beuiiiii of the load w.i
wot kid tlilen times and a nine-mile
pm linn four times m aiejjit.i of
88 miles of toid wmk dniiit on the
lliiil-one mile Vei de toad, lueludiu;
(he lepair of Muudi' tilid'e, whu h
cost $70.47, the building of two new
budges aud Ihe lepair of a tblid be
tween the pumping station aud Flag-
Malf, $2,). All these biidges am
"poll 8" hew ii toa unifoim thickness
of six inches good for ton to 'ueho
jeais and costing less than one half
as much as "planking." '
'lliiii)-lie milts of oulinary lepiir
ing was done on Ihe lloget's Like
stcli.in. bixl-iighl miles w as wot ked
over the Challeiider division piulions
of ii four times, including thu building
of a new tueiil.vfo.it hewn pole biidge
III I, In, J. Ill II ll ' pi SI Ul HI S if
.'(' (illllMll tills Ullli til. (ii- uf l
10 ii I. ! i I I. . i 1 1 I .It . i ie 1.1
Mil.ni &1 vJ lb- 1 Hi.i 15.ni i
. , - i . .. !
Mill, fl) lllll.s, II..1M.I IZt 11)11. 1 III
woikiug. One mile of the load was
eslablisbid on "gladi ;" a tbite bun
dled foot mi lion thiougli an ttlmoxt
iiupiisiblu mud hole was lock bal
lasted twetilj fitl in wiillh foi about
125 and a tweiilj-hve-f.iot btidge put
in near !.
Hie entile distiitt is in as good con
dition as "iiatuial" loulscan be kept.
Two huudiid and iiffj'Oiie miles of
load woik has b.en done within the
war. at :i cost of about ii 30 a mile,
n litllciilouidv Miinll aliiouut when
eontfisted with the liaielmg netes
my to peifoim lint woik, and the
amount and tost of fieighiing tluough
the disltict. The California State
JJnic.in of Ilighwajs tstim ite that it
i osts twentj-livo cents to haul a ton of
f i eight one mile over thu ojdiu.tr
coiiuiy load. At (hit rate It would
cost $22 to biingono ton of hay into
Flagstaff over tho Tonto 13 isin load.
Good loads ate now lecognized as a
necessity. Amoug tho tatliest to ie
ali.e this f ict was the Aiizoua Lumber
& limber compau, who agaiu mani
fested Ihe same libeialit which the
have alwats shown in all public af-
f.uis by aullioiuiiig U.e giading of
Milton stieet at their own cpcuse,
cosiiug$80. The couutj coveted that
woik with six inches of sand jpqtiiring
uiiietj-niue aids at a cost of $19.60,
or about SO cents per aid.
The following is a suraniaty of re
ceipts and expeudituies:
HONEY EXFENDID. 1E96.
Labor, 328 days atK I 852 00
Overseeing IDSdaysatU .., 445 00
Team work 151 days at 8 .... 303 00
Material 8 1
MOMKY RECEIVED, 18M.
From Tax Receipts Mo 00
Error 1805 3400
Balance team work (by omis
sion) 43 M
In conclusion I desire to express my
gratitude to the Aiizona Lumber &
Timber company, Babbitt Bros.,
Greenlaw Bros., the Board of Super
visors, District Attorney Jones and
many others for the cordial and mate
rial support they have time and again
extended to me in discharging the not
always agteeablit duties of a load
oi ei seer. Vuy lepeelfully
A. W. KihSEr.
JiMtuj C, 1897.
I HiMlilrds of this tlmo Mr. Klnsey epent
In ucIuhI labor on I lit; load, taking the plnco
af un jtlur :n..n at li ptr id?, thus, biIni;
ttiocouuty about jIOO
'I ho Inllueiicfluf Mountain Air.
It is a ni itler of no Mtiall inteii-xt to
III it laigo number of poitiinaiies who
iiiiiii ill IV betake theni-elves to the
mountains for winter mouths to aseet4'
lain how the beuelit is btought about
wbieh they undoubtedly leeeiie. By
mtnv Ihe in. ( Ii.ini-.iti ol ihe Alpine
fin has been a mere matter of physics,
sis the London Hospital. Recogni
zing that phthisis is chiefly pi one to
occur among those who fioni their
mode of life do not thoroughly expmd
their lungs, and that in the later at
mosplieiu of high altitudes u much
nioi.) (omplUe expulsion of the lungs
is neeestaii, to obtain the same rpi in
tlti of oxjgen, than would be terjuiied
in the deuser air of Ihe plains, the
beuelit of Kt-iilenco 'in the mountains
b s In i ii itt'! i tid to a co'-ctn'it tin
i His. n ih .17 it to .tia.ii1 lli Ini g
irniie lull, iiiu to I m iii-i. it
'ii it. i mli i i ii r f .ii I " i
.i-.es (Vitdtit'i On ii ii, l.i i
il.Liit, of tile, L.ipaui ul I lit. i'i t
wliich is oflen luuinl alter a few
mouths' i.hiilence in the higli Alps,
and the teiideue) to the development
of ciirupi nsaloy tmphisema aioiind
the diseased and coutiaetiug pniliolis
of the lung-, tend to show that this
theoiy is eoiuet so far as it goes,
lint all who go into the Alps feel that
thelitis something mule than this in
mount tin uir, aud it h ts leceuth beon
hhown that not only do thu chest
muscles adapt themselves to the new
conditions, but that the blood it-.Of
becomes alteiul iu l espouse in thu
lessened amount of the moio laiebed
oxgen wlucli each blood coipuscle
Ihe piled of this pioces of adapta
tion is that tho icd crpiucles multiply
Considfiabh while accoi ding to some,
the hemoglobin is also incieased. In
any case, the oxygen causing capieity
of thu blood is inci eased. This ac
coids fully 4.1th tho well known effect
of mountain air in the itcatmeiit of
anemia, and also with Ihe feeling of
well being felt by isitots to high
altitudes. It does cot do, however,
to dissect a climate too much, or tc
attiibutc lo oue or two factois what
teally is duo lo tho concuircuce of
many influences, aud it seoms prob
able that mountain air depends for its
efficacy ou many conditions besides its
lesseued density, such, for example,
as its putity, its diyness, and its com
paratively low temperature, com
bined with the intense solar radiation.
common at high altitudes. That thesa
are tho really Impoitant conditions,
and that lowered baronietiic pressure
is not everything, is shown by the fact
that to get the full benefit of the
mountains people must get out of
doois, wheicas the lessened density of
the air should effect those indoors just
as much as those outside. Neverthe
less we ate quite prepared to believe
that the compensatory blood changes
produced by residence in the moun
tains aro important elements in tho
The insane asylum at Phoenix con
tains 150 inmates