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title: 'The Flagstaff sun-democrat. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1896-1897, February 04, 1897, Image 5',
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NOTICE T HIK l'IMW.H
All contracts and bills for advertlslnx pay
.Advertising rates given upon application.
fBuslne ss locals 1(1 cents per line for first In
sertion, and IS rents per line for each sutwe
Tn RuN-I)KMOcnAT Is pleased tooontrlliute
In public matters, hut all notices of festivals,
fairs, mcetlnes of societies, suppers, enter
tainments nnd mention ofnmrrls.ee. Iilrths
and dentlis bevnnd tlio regular announce
ment, will he chareed for at regular rates.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1897.
' Kansas City Dressed Beef at Garrett
Jeff Myer it having a neat nddi
tion built to ltis l vvcllinjr.
Good cheap shoes nt M. J. BagnalPs.
Try the 12.50 nml 13.00 shoes.
James A. Vail is in KtnsasCiir
with a big shipment of entile.
Geoige Woods returned from a tlip
to Kingman Mundav morning.
F. W. Pavue, llm Bellcmont mer
chant, was in town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Doe returned
Friday from a visit in Kinsman.
District Attorney E. S. Claik was in
Wlnslnw on lairil business Monday.
I. T. Brojles, one of Williams most
prominent citizens, was here yester
day. O. A. Greenlaw of I lie Gieenlaw
Lumber Company was in Albuquerque
Hood's Pill are irouiit, efficient,
always reliable, easy lo take, easy to
V in Deren Bros, have just le.-vived
a lalge consignment of the best Kansas
The. best is the cheapest and when
jrnu wnt the bet go to V-m D!-"ii
Bros, meal in u kct
W. R. Benumbs, repipseniin ihe
Albuqiieiqiir Diui-m i tit, tpnul ni i tl
Jys here l.isl Week
A. M. Conaril was a visitor from
Williams yesteri'uy, slopping at the
Cram! Canyon Hotel.
Mr. and Mis. Harry Klslingbury's
feaby has been very sick the, past week,
bat is now convalescent.
F. W. Sisson, treasurer of the Ari
sona Lumber & Timber Company, re
turned from Phoenix this morning.
Funston's Special Edition on sale at
this oilier; 6c. per copy. Just the
thing to send to friends iu the East.
The Whist Chili met at llm residence
f Mi s. A. M. Cameron Fi iday night
' nd a thoroughly enjoyable time had.
Van Deren Bros', meat market in
the Babbitt building is headquaiteis
for the finest steaks, chops, fish ami
Miss Everett Howell canin up from
Angel last Thursday and has been
pending a few days with telatives and
William Lee, Ihe Canyon Diablo
tockman and rancher. waft in tunn
Monday anil Tuesday and made us a
Quito a number of rattle buyeis aie
'Mellon tliii stteets. Good feeders anil
beeves are in demand at a good ad
Vance in pi ice.
T. E. Pollock, vice-president of the
Arizona Central Bank, and E. S.
GoKiiey left Saturday for Phoenix lo
pend a few days.
Don't forget that Garrett & Henoessy
are tunning the Flagstaff Meat Market,
lloxwoi ih's old stand, where all will
get courteous treatment.
Julius Oleson of Ihe Albuquerque
Citizen came in Sunday, and Monday
and Tuesday was occupied in bustling
subset ibets for that paper.
A. E. Sawyer, ex-Treasurer of Navajo
eouniy, passed through Saturday for
Phoenix to spend a few days among
the solons of the metropolis.
Subject morning discourse at the
Methodist church Sunday, February
6, "The Supreme Purpose;" evening,
"j ne unknown una." xou are
cordially Invited to attend these ser
vices. C. P. Wilson, Pastor.
THE PLACE TO GET WHAT
QOCONINO COUNTY nay GET the Reform School
builciti"; finished ipthis year, or she may GET the
Insane Asylum; P astaff wi 1 GET the waterworks. But
you can't GET the best shoe in Flagstaff, viz., the Giesecke.
nor you can't GET the Lest pair of pants in Flagstaff, viz.,
the Svvee Orr pan's, and you can't GET the best line cf
neckties, or the most complete line of gents' furnishings
in Flagstaff to select from, unless you callon J. W.
WBATHERFORD at his well-filled and u-to-date
Gents' Furnishing Store on Railroad avenue.
If you want good, suitable, substantial goods, and a
better assortment t ) select from than you can get any
where else, don't fail to call and see us.
Our new samples for Spring tailor-made clothing have
just arrived and we ab-olutely guarantee every suit to
fi', no money being required until you have tried on suits
and are satisfied.
Remember, we always keep on hand a full and com
plete line of high-grach hats, viz., the Stetson and Lion
brands, at prices that defy competition.
We will endeavor to be accommodating and courteous
to all who may call on us, and wish to extend our thanks
to the many customers who have favored us with their
pa ronage during the past .year, and with the idea ever
before to endeavor to please those who may call on us in
future. I am very truly yours for business,
d. W, WEATHERFORD.
Tim Flagstaff Undertaking Pirlors
Edgar Whipple manager, believe in
S'l! 1 1 u r ii the. Inline newspip. , ni'l
tli'ii ' ,cl" appeiiM in ibis l-tiin'
Win M.Iniire reiniii. .1 to KlaiTHtutT
Finlal fii.in nil exN'llileil usit i" n In
tm-s and ftiends in Kinsis B lit
think there is no place like Coconino.
The Sun-Democrat is under obli-
gatious to Sergeanuat-Aims Chailes
Cauall for printed copies of bills in- f"i Ihe Silt River Valley, where this
trod 1 1 red in both the Assembly and firm are wintering three or four thous
Coiincil. and head.
During Rev. F. Dilly's absence at W. B. Kunkin and family passed
Tucson, Father C Ily. who is in through hern Saturday on No. 1 en
charge at Winslow, will conduct the ,, fr Williams, where they will
services at the Church of the Nativity ,P.,,,. ; the future. Mr. Kuiikle has
next Sunday. Iii general minairer of the H irvev
A monster bill board for exelusjvo eating house al WiiMimv for several
ue of Babbitt's Opera House has been years, ami goes to Williams to assume
erected on the vacant lot on San a like position.
Francisco Rtrnet, light opposite from VV. F. Goodhue of Milwaukee,
Harry Jaeoby's. Wisconsin, stopped Thursdiv and
Mis. John W. Ross of Williams was Friday iu our cily. llm guest of J. G.
a passenger on No. 2 yesterday ranru- Savntre. He is a consulting engineer,
ing on her way to Kansas to vlsii her and was bound for White Hills. He
parents. Mr. Ross ac.cnmpiuiod her goes to see after putting in a reservoir
as far as Flagstaff. and ten miles of pipe for the Excelsior
Flagstaff Meat Market is Ihe only Mining compiny.
place in towu to buy fresh meals. Last Thursday afternoon at ahnu' 4
Everything kept in the butcher's line, o'clock an east bound fi eight met with
Niich as beef, mutton, pork, sausage, an accide'nt at Bellemont, by- which
wild games, fish, etc. Garrett & Hen- four cars were derailed. A misplaced
uessy, proprietois. switched threw the ears off the track.
The Arizona Lumber & Timber No. 1 'was held here until 7 o'clock.
Company are kept busy filling ordeis.
They are supplying the Excelsior
Mining Company at While Hills with The Giwnlaw Lumber Company,
large quantities and also making ship- who are enjoi ing in an immense husi
meuts to Randsburg, Cal. I ness during these dull times, necesisi-
The rebuilding of the Saginaw Lum- taling them running their mill oon
ber company's mill at Williams means , tinually lo its full capacity, propose to
a great deal to that thrifty little city, j "ow The Sun-Dehockat to pariicl
It will give continuous employment to Pm " tbIr prosperity, and this week
an army of men and besides adds to greet the readers with a big "ad" on
the commercial impurtauce of Wil- the first page,
lions. Rev. F. Dilly of the Church of the
At the French Ball," with its novel Nativity left Tuesday morning on No.
features, bright music, clever come- 2, accompanied by Rev. H. Granjon of
diatis, pretty girls and magnificent Phoenix and Father Quetu of PrescoH,
costumes and last but by no means for a trip to Albuquerque, Las Cruces
least, the only Fanny Rice, will be at
Babbitt's Opera House to-murrcw
Monday is the day set for the special
election for voters to express their
preference for or against the issuance
of 165,000 of bonds for the water
works. The sentiment of the citizens
seems to be unanimously iu favor of
the Issuance o the bonds.
The wnt to run c.i l a i ill is to puiify
the blood, nnd I lie unrest, nafest, bent
it to inif t'n I ! il nU ' ik'njf
Ho i('s S.rptnlti i 'inif inn lj Dm)
Hnli E C'Hmp'i. II tniiiel Ust
Tli lay fumi iluniswH.-, Kiosk.
where he has been for Mnnl week
looking after the sheep interests of
Campbell & Franei. He leaves shortly
wnp" " rack was cieired. The
passengers were fed al the hotels here.
and other New Mexico points. They
will return by way of Deming, N. M.,
over the Southern Pacific, to Tucson,
to be present and take part in the
dedication of the new Catholic Cathe
dral next Sunday. This event will be
an important one to the Catholics of
the Territories, and tlio Bishops of
Santa Fe, Denver, Dallas and other
dioceses will be present.
Tines Lrarest General Store,
We purchase for cash and buy in large consignments.
Thus we are enabled to sell at lower prices than any.
When in need of Dry Goods, Hardware, Groce-ies,
Boots and Shoes, etc., come where you can see the? latest
things, fresh stock and prices that cannot be beat.
THE - GRAND - CANYON -HOTFL
OSCAR LeBARRON. Manager
Recently remodeled, redecorated and refurnished through
out. Modern improvements throughout. Itspacitl.
features are the excellence of its table, perfection of
its service, the elegance of its appointments. Elec
trical'y lighted throughout.
THE MOST LIBERALLY MANAGED HOTEL IN THE
RECOGNIZED HEADQUARTERS FO ALL TOURISTS.
In the Army and Navv Journal ap
pears the following about one of our
ciiizeua: "Harry Kinlingbury, the
oldest sun of Lieutenant tred F. Ki
linghury of the Greely Arctic expedi
tion, is an applicant for the appoint
ment as Pnstm inter at Flagstaff. Aii
xona. Harry is fitted especially by
education for euch an office and xhutild
et it. This Government .should see
that the miii.h of the brave and talented
Kitillnbiiiy were provided for by em
ployment in the civil service."
F. C. MoiKe, icpiesentinjr the
Fanny Rice company, which opens at
UabbitlV Opei a House to-moriow
uijrht, spent. Sit unlay and Sunday
hfie. One of the quickest messies
he ever cent, lie said, was the one lo
Manager Pmdy at Coloiado Spriu!x,
Col., Hlaiin;; that he would book Flag
staff if agreeable to Mr. Purdy, an
answer being received iiiaide of seven
niiiiuics fioni the liiiie llie tirst mes-
M.ige was handed to Manager Sparling
of the Postal Telegraph company.
A committee of legislators, com
posed of Couucilmen Hunt of Gila,
Bailhof Apache, Assemblymen Par
ker of M.iiicup.t. Warren ofYavapil
and Preston of Pima, appointed In in-
apect the Refoim School building
here, came iu Sunday morning on No.
2, accompanied by A.ssemblynien
Ahhui'Dt of Coconino and Skinner of
tiraham. They were met at the depot
by Mayor J. W. Francis, D. J. Bran
nen, president of the Board of Tiade,
District Attorney E. S. Clark and
other citizens. An i excellent diuner
had been arranged for them at the
New Bank Hotel, after which they
were driven iu a four-seated sleigh,
kindly teudeied by the Arizona Lum
ber & Timber Company, to the Re
form School building. A drive was
taken around the city and the distin
guished visitors were then driven lo
the depot, leaving on No. 1 for Pres
cott, where a stop was made. The
Legislature adjourned Saturday after
noon until Tuesday to give the various
We invito your correspondence. Get.
our quotations first. WE WILL GUAR
ANTEE THEM TO BE THE LOWEST.
committees app tinted in visit Terri
torial institutions time to rejKirt.
On Tuesday moruim; Deputy Sher
iff Martin Buggliu came down on No.
2, having in chargn Flank Hoderker, .
chaiged with insanity. Judge N. 6.
Lay ton at once held an examination
and Doctors Rouuseville and Thompson
of Williams were the examining
physicians. The evidence developed
the fact of the insanity of the party
beyond a doubt, and the Judge com
mitted the unfortunate man to the
Insane Asylum. Under Sheriff
Fletcher Fairchiirt conveyed hint
to the asylum at Phoenix on Saturday.
The mines ami mining reporter was
perambulating down Ra'lro-ul avenn
yesteulay in search of stuff for his
depailnieut, when he happened upoa
a recent arriial from the White Hills
mining district in Mohave county.
The scribe, by way of a starter, in
quired what the formation of that rick
mineral section was, asking if it waa
not granitic. Yes," replied the new
arrival, "it's n sort of burnt granite;
the whole country is a corruption, and
it's hard at tuns to locate the veins.
Phis saetioi," stl'l h. "is a volcanic
corruption, but very rich float is found
in the entire section.''
Highest Honors World's Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Ptm
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
dO YEARS THE STANDARD.
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