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THE SUIN -DEMOCRAT.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
' All contracts and bills for advertising pay
Advertising rates given upon application.
Business locals 10 cents per line tor first In
sertion, and B cents per lino for each subsc
Thi Son-DemockatU pleased to contribute
a public matters, but all notices of festivals,
'fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter
tainments and mention of marriages, blrtbo
nd deaths beyond the regular announce
ment, will bo charged for at regular rates.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1897.
Kansas City D tossed Beef at Gairctt
Jnmc O Biimi was bete from Belle-
George Blaek returned yesterda
from Kansas City.
N. F. Dougheily returned Tuesday
from Peiea, N. M.
James A. Vail returned yestciday
from u tiip tit Kansas City.
Attorney C. O. Anilei-Min of Hnl
bnmk was In town Situnliv.
. Bokn To tlm wifo of J. B. Jones at
Challcmlcr, on the 8lli, a I my.
Good cheap shoes at M. J. Bagnall's.
Try tin' $2.50 and $8.00 shoes.
Sheiifl C.inieion left for tlm West on
No. 1 eleiday on impoitant business.
James Ahsliiioof tlm lii m of Ali-liin-eV
Bishop of Ash Foi k was in Flagstaff
Van Dei en Bros, have just ipjeived
a laigo consignment of the best Knusu
J. II. Bleed of the Breed-It mil inei
eantilo compui, Wiusluw, visited
The best is the cheapest and when
you want the best go to V.tu Dei en
Bios, me.it niiuket.
Geneisl A J Simpson of Phoenix
w.n .i piseiiger on No 2 Tuesdaj
morning ou his nay East
W i' predict that a veil laigo aric
agu mil bu pill in gi.un and potatoes
by our iiiuheri the coming season
Large shipments of ice aio beinj:
received heio daily fiom A. T.
Cornish's ico quarries at Uellemont.
E. J. (Jack) Smith, (in old lesideut
of Flagsi.itf and a thorough Arizoiuu,
left S.itunl iv for S.ilt Like City, Utah.
John W. Wcithcifoid, u ho hid
been spending u few iiefk in S in
Fiunciscn, leltnui'd Monday iniuiiiiig
Van Dei en Bins', ine.it lnuket in
the Babbitt building is he.idqu uteis
for tliejincst steaks, chops, li-h and
It seems th.it Washington's birth
da will be oi'ei looked in Flagstaff, .it
least no steps aid being taken to cele
biate tlm cieut.
V. II. AhIiiii t c.imo in from the
Gi.ind Can on Monday night wheiu he
bus been the past month, looking after
bis copper piopeities.
Dikd On Sunday morning, Feb
ruary 14, 1897, little Beatiico, the
sevcn-mouths-oli!- baby of Mr. and
Mrs. Hairy Kislingbuiy.
Distiict Attorney E. S. Clink and
County Heeonler T. E. l'ulli.irii have
boih leceind noiaiial commissions
fiom Gnieinor Fiauklin.
Don't foi get that Gai re tt & Ilennessy
ale i mining the Flagstaff Meat Market,
Hoxwoi Ill's old stand, wheiu all will
gel cnuiteoiis treatment.
Miss Mclutiie, the fair compositor
on the Williams News, anlved Satur
day and speut a few days in the Sky
light oil j , teUiruiug to Willi i us
Fi.iuk Adklnson, who is la the
ploy of lliu Gieeulaw Bros., split In
right leg with an ux Fiiday, which re
sulted in his being unable to work for
several da) s.
Ma or Fiancis was ciiculatiog a
petition the first of the week for sig
natures asking the Legislature to pass
tho game bill now lefore that body.
The putitlon asks that some amend
ments be made to the bill as it now
Stands. The gamo should be preserved
and the bill become a law.
THE PLACE TO GET WHAT
QOCONINO COUNTY may GET the Reform School
building finished up this year, or she may GET the
Insane Asylum; Flagstaff will GET the waterworks. 'But
you can't GET the best shoe in Flagstaff, viz., the GlESECKE.
nor you can't GET the best pair of pants in Flagstaff, viz.,
the Swee Or pants, 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 call on J. W.
WEATHERFORD at his well-filled and up-to-date
Gents' Furnishing Store on Railroad avenue.
If you want good, suitable, substantial goods, and a
better assortment to 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 absolutely guarantee every suit to
fit, 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-grade 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,
J. W. WEATHERFORD.
Tlm Fort Wingale miliiaiy band
passed through town Sunday for
Needle", ulieie tlii' fin nixln il tht
mush for the big O It. f ball Mutt
day night lhn) letuineil on No 2
Ihi-Citl Council will meet in H fi w
l ls to lim-li up the biikim"" pi itiiin
inir to die )-t.iiiii of the hondi iiimI as
quickly as jio.t.ible the d tail" of ar
ranging for the water woiks will be
Flagstaff Meat Muket is the only
place in tmvn to buy fieh meals
Evel thing kept in the liuti hei V line,
such in beef, million, pol k, P.iuiige.
viild gani'-s, hh. etc. G.iuetl & Hen
Mis. J W. Weitheifoid and Mis
Minnie Gi.itt.iu enter tiiinid a few
fi ii'inl-t nl a soci tl paiiy hist Fiiil.il
Miening. Cuds whi indulged in,
after whiih lefiehinenth ueie sened.
All had a veiy nice timu.
Subjt'ulH of diseouises at the Metho
dist chin eh Sunday moiniug and even
ing: "Guidance," and "The Manly
Man is iho Tine Clii.'ii." All aio
coidially invited to these sei vices.
C. P. WilsoH, Pastor.
Letters from peisonal fiiends in the
soiitliein pait of the Territory speaks
in (lie hiaJiest terms of the Work and
woids ofTtfis. Dcnney. I am fuie
you will be instructed and interested
by attending her meetings. C. P. W.
Ralph Cameron, the energetic Sher
iff of Cocouiuo county, Arizona, who
has been after the men who held up
the Atlantic & Pacific tiain near
Peach Spiings, lived in Albuquetque
a few yeais ago. Albuquerque Demo
crat. Shenff-R. II. Cameron, Under Sher
iff Fail child and Will Riley returned
Tuesday morning from their seven
da!)1 huu tafter the Yampal tiaiu
robber. Their personal appearance
showed that they had cxpmieneed a
very rough tiino.
The Atlantic & Pacitio Is doing more
than a laud "office business Id the
freight line. Monday morning there
were four westbound freight trains in
towu on side tracks awaiting the arri
val of No. 2, which was a few minutes
late. Most of the California orange
crop is beiug shipped over this road,
aud eastbound freight traffic is very
heavy. All of which shows that times
are trying to get better.
John Mm shall. J. C. McClmv. L. D.
Liinileis and Joseph Gillauder left
itunl i foi tin Gmnil ('anion copper
nolo- I Oi-iii ill VHlopment ivoi k
hnwial oihi'i i xpi diuuiis ivlth men
and Mipplnw fm Ihese piopeltiio will
lenie line slioilli
The huu Kiiiiciiio mountains lv
sunset ui'ip a htMtitifiii siht the nlhi't
evening. The blight led ras of the
setting sun colored the gieat hills a
ledilisli tint, and the snow ling about
ninde the scene look like n mountain of
sli aw bellies and cie.ini !
The social hop given bv the Whist
Club last Fiiday night ntthenpeia
hoiisn was a decided success and a
tlioiotiglity I'lijiyable time was h id
TIiosh who did not wish to dance
phned' nhist, and the iueirni iking
couliniieil until a l.lle hum-.
Miss Denney writes me tint she cm
spend hut the one (In and night in
Flagslalt Tuesday -mil so Mm would
love to meet as many of the people as
possible and talk to them upon the
subject of gorpel tempeiance.
C. P. Wilson
Not exactly light is the way thous
ands of people feel. It is beciuso
their blood is poor. Hood's Strsv
patilla, the one true blood piuifier,
will promptly set them right.
Ilnod's Pills nro purely vegetable
and do not purge, pain or giipo. All
David .Russell, the Bellemont
rancher and cattleman, was in town
Tuesday. Mr. Russell last week drove
'a held of one hundred head of cattle
to the Grand Canyon basin, through
the heavy snows, a most difficult feat,
but accomplished without the loss of a
Rev. F. Dilly, pastor of ihe Church
of the "Nativity, returned Monday
morning from Tucson, where he had
been in attendance at the dedicatory
ceicmon'es of tho Catholic Cathedral.
He stopped at Williams on his way up
Sunday and conducted services at the
Godfrey Sykes received a letter
Mouday from Professor Lowell con
veying tho information that the obser
vatory will bo removed to Flagstaff
early in April. The observatory
building on the bill here will be re
modeled and enlarged, and the dome
raised ten feet to better accommodate
the big glass.
h!4: 4 ShlimM Afell
The Iret.xrGmt General Store;
We purchase for cash and buy in large consignments.
Thus we are enabled to sell atr lower prices than any.
When in need of Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, etc., come where you can see the latest
things, fresh stock and prices that cannot be beat.
THE-GRAND -CANYON -HOTEL
OSCAR LeBARRON. Manager
Recently remodeled, redecorated and refurnished through
out. Modern improvements throughout. Its special
features are the excellence of its table, perfection of
its service, the elegance of its appointments. Elec
trically lighted throughout.
THL MOST LIBERALLY MANAGED HOTEL IN THE
RECOGNIZED HEADQUARTERS F03 ALL TOURISTS.
R. H. Bui us of Williams has tiled in
the Piolmte court a petition for letters
if administiation upon the estate of
Hugh Warren, deceased, who was
killed in Albuqneique on the 8lh iust.
The .subject at the Presbiteiian
chili ih next Siitnl iy moriiing will be
The Ilistoiy of Ihe Bible." The
eiening seimon will be suggest ed by
the text, "The stais in their com.p
fought against Sidr.i."
Tho City Council met last night to
aiiange for the s lie of the $65,000
water winks bonds. Adveitisenients
for bids for Ihe bonds weie unlet ed in
set led in several EWein financial
papois and in The Sun Democrat.
Mis. Ellen K. Denney of Indiana
will address the people of Flagstaff on
the subject of gospel temperance
Tnesdty night, February 23, 7:30
o'clock. She will give a talk to the
ladies and all who miy deiro to heai
her Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in
tin. Methodist church.
Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Weeks and little
child and Dr. D. A. Clark Uft Tues
day morning for Winsloiv. Dib.
Weeks and Clalk, dining their ten
ilavs stop heie, havo Heated and
diagnosed upwaids of seventy patients
for acute ailments, and hive made a
lifelong fiiend of each patient. The
people of Winslnw may safely and
profitably place their trust in Dis.
Hous. R. C. Lund and E. D.
Woolley, commissioneis appointed by
the Utah Legislature to treat with tho
Arizona Legislature for the annexation
of a portion of the Tertitory, north of
the Grand Can on, to Utah, arrived in
Flagstaff Monday morning. Tbey are
hero to talk the matter over with our
cil'zens. The strip of country north
of tho Colorado river in Coconino and
Mohave counties is the rondevous for
cattle thioves and outlaws, and the
great distance to the county seats and
the difficulty in crossing the Grand
Canyon makes redress from the dep
redations of the criminal class which
We invite your correspondence. Get
our quotations first. WE WILL GUAR
ANTEE THEM TO BE THE LOWEST.
infest this portion of the Territory,
impracticable. Annexation to Utah,
they sar.will break up this lawlessness.
The commissioners are anxious to see
and talk the subject over with all our
citizens and their headquarters at the
Grand Catiion Hotel aro always open
to cilleis. They will stop here a few
dais longer and then go to Phoeuiv.
Mr. Edison has discovered n crystal
which ho uses in his flurnoscopc in
place of tungstato of calcium, which
tendeis not only tho bony frame
woik of the body visible, but also the
delicito tissues and interior orgins.
We may et get a view of "the inner
man" which gels so hungry after saw
ing a cold of wood.
Visitors fiom Arizona may well
sound the praises of that Tertitory,
which is fortunate in both elimito and
mineral resourcos. It has great
wealth in silver, gold and copper. Its
copper deposits are especially valuable
and extensive. The lise in tho"price
of thit metal of late has made copper
mining profitable, and large fortunes
will probably be made from some of
tho Aiizona deposits. Denver Re-
Kifth'st Honors Wot Id's 1-air,
MOST PERFECT MADE-
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Pou'der. Irroe
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
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