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FLAGSTAFF. ABIZON A. .THURSDAY, MABCH 25, IKH7.
WANT IT QUICK?
Well of course you do. What
is the use ot lumber if you
can't get it when you want it?
WE DELIVER PROMPTLY-
We realize that we must not
only be of the GET THERE
kind in delivery, but we must
GET THERE with quality and
prices as well.
Call and see
favor to yourself.
us as a special
THE PRICES ARE
THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.,
Mill on All Mannar of Hubjnets
Soma Good. o:ne Dad, Othara
Indifferent At All Kveuta
providing Mint the jury
penalty in cmm of borai-
The following U it compilation of
bills tliKt were passed by the Nine
teenth Legislature and signed by the
Bovernor. With tho exception of a
few private relief measure the list Is
C. B. 10, granting la xemption
for tlfteea yens to all now railroad
orporatlons that should commence
work within a votr.
C. B. 13, permitting Assessor to
make minor correction in delinquent
H. B. 88. p emitting tho Incorpora
Hon through their trustee of secret
II. B, 2, providing for a Territorial
tax for further improvement at the
H. B. 40. providing for the Uw
nce of $100,000 In Uvh per cent,
bonds, the proceeds to he devoted to
the erection of a ch pilot in Pho-nix,
n the ground set apart and already
C. B. 6, providing for a tax levy
for the purpose of completing tho
rerritniial Reform school building at
Flagstaff. A later bill, C. B. , 78,
turned tho building over to bo used as
branch hospital for the ins.inc, the
appropriation given the Reform school
being deemed stitliuietit for tho purpose
f the new institution for the coming
II. B. 11, making a tax levy for the
pport of the Territorial Normal
school and for tho complotion ot the
Council substitute for H. B. 61,
providing a code for the government
( tho jterriionat tiva oiock uoaru,
and prescribing sanitary regulations
for the handling of cattle.
II. B. 66, providing that tnxos on
transient herds of sheep and goats
shall be assessed where tho owners
reside, the amount to bo divided bo
tween counties interested.
'II. B. 104. llmlllnsr tho bank ex
aminer, in his Inspection of batiks,
to charge, only actual mileage aud to
divide his charges when examination
shall be made of several institutions
ia the same locality.
C. B. 30,
may fix the
11. B. 17, the doliclencv bill, iippnv
pmtlng in tho te.d fit tj apptoprlu
tion hill of the Eighteenth Legislature,
which was left on the table at th.-ailj-iuruuunt
of that body two jeain
(I 1!. 34 providing Hint the
giMt'Mity of corporations may ho ac
cepted on the bonds of officials, when
the' company so guaranteeing has tiled
bonds anil conformed with the techni
cal proWhions of the act.
il. B. 44, making the office of
Assessor in tlrnt and second class
counties an elective one and lixiug
the salaries therefor.
II. B. 43, pioviding that answers
in civil c.es shall he undaroVli.
Substitute for II. B. 8, giving pro
tection to game. C. B. 66, hisud
later, gives a close season for moun
II. B. 31.', providing that juries may
tix sentences where the court shall so
C. B. 8, amending the law in re
gard to jury trials in civil cues,
II. B. 16, authoiir.ing the creation
of salary funds, linking the compen
sation ot county officials preferred
il. B. 93, 'permitting hoards of su
pervisor to employ a county road
li. B. 101, definitely defining the
bound-try. line lie. wee u Graham nnil
C. B. 34, allowing for the ro-iucor-porjtion
of towns and villages.
C. B. 67, authorising the appoint
ment of a commission to meet similar
comi.iisslons from other States and
Territories for the purpose of ad
vancing hi tie Legislature uniformity
of laws upon the subject of man lage
divoice, bankruptcy, notarial certifi
C. B. 6, in reference to the incorpo
ration of towus, villages and cities.
C. B. 38, allowing the Probate
court to retain fees for the issuance of
marriage certificates and for abstracts.
0. B. 57, turning over the work of
the collection of historical data con
cerning Arizona to the Society of Ari
zona Pioneers and appropriating $3000
in aid of the work.
C. B. 62, instructing the Treasurer
of Pima comity to destroy certain Hie-
trat county bonds. Issued in aid of
railroads that were never built.
C. B. 74, providing that the delio'
ouont Ux roll of counties shall not
hereafter be published in fult
C. B. 73, giving cities added power
in improvement work, in assessing
proporty for improvements, aud the
right of condemnation. '
C. B. 24, prescribing stringent qual
ifications for physicians and for a Ter
ritorial board ot five examiners of three
bcIiooIm of mi dlciuB, ,
II. B 69, for the reliiNtntement of
xalaries of officials holding office tli.
last two years to the figures that
ohtaired tho previous two year.
This bill was paxstnl over the executive
li B. 112. placing nn uniform fee of
$1.50 on the recording of all mining
location Hlld a fee, of 50 (villa .,
iiiiueial far assats ut the Teriitori.il
II. B. 124, piotidiiigihiitou nppeal
to the Teiiitoriiil Slipienie coiilt Un
original papers may he forwarded
taxing much of the expense of a
11. B. 86. pioiidlnvr for the election
of a County School Sup. ilnleinleut in
counties of the Hint clas, and till I In
next elecliou providing thePiohale
Judge willi cIiiKh.
II. B. 167. ptinidlngfor tho trans
fer from Yavapai colinu of the ivconlr
of Coconino count).
II. B. 105, compelling railroads to
enny Iticicles as bigjjage.
U. It. 121, iilleilng Urn term school of
ttlislees mi tlial the procnt trustees
shall leliie on the election of iheir
Hiiccexsoi's at the impending school
C. B. 99. aulhoiiziii.T rritorial and
CotltlU TtcHStllelH to deposit pllhtlc
funds in banks to the extent of 40 per
cent of the capital stock of such in
stitutions, tho hunks to furnish good
ami sufficient suiety and to pay for
the use of the funds charged up oil
tally balances, uot less than S per
cent per annum.
C. B. 81, permitting guardians in
the name of heirs or incoinpeteuu to
give options on mining properly.
C. B. 104. compelling notaries to
enter on each document by them offi
cially signed the date of the expira
tion of their notarial commissions.
II. B. 46, providing for printing the
session laws xiure the isiuaucs of the
Substitute for 11. B. it, providing
for bounties of $20 for scalps of moun
tain lions and timber wolves.
11. B. 89, compelling prosecuting
attorneys to outllmt .their eases before
commencement of criminal trlabv
The defendant Until uot km mmp-llr!
to do ti,
II. B. 90. nn)vidv fiirsimiUr sUte
meiilN by piijiftiiMitl defend tut In
civil anion, but upon ntlther shxll
stul anient he o'jliguurt.
B. P. GREENIAW
C. A. GREENLAW"
6REENLAW LUMBER CO.
.MANCKACTUKEU3 AND DEALEK8 IN
Native Pine Lumber, lies, Bridge Timbers
Telegraph Poles, Mining Stalls,
. Shingles, Laths.
Improvement In the A. A 1.
General Superintendent A. G. Wells
of the Allaiilio aud Pacific Railway
Company, in an interview in Alhu
Ucrtiie gave oit the lollowing infor
mation relating to the improvmenta
curieutly reported to be made by the
Santa Ft company in the A. & P.
section of its piopeity:
'Yes. it is a fact that tho Santa Fo
railway, as soon as formal possession
is ot-t.iiueil, intend to put the Atlantic
& Pacific into the very best condition
in fact, make il one of the best rail
roads in the country. To cite some of
the miny improvements now in con
templation, I will state that the shops
beie will bo enlarged and that a now
and extensive boiler shop will be add
ed, thus giving employment to many
mot u men.
That anew hiick station, depot
and dining departments combined,
will bo constituted at Winslow; that
about 175 miie-l of new steel rails will
bulaiil during the year at different
points; that a tie treatment plant will
be put up at Flagstaff, and that about
140 miles of track, wliero needed, will
hebalhsted with volcano cinders taken
from uear Flagstaff.
Between $700,000 and $800,000,
and as I stated above, tho Santa Fe
company will expend and Intend to
make out of the Atlantic & Pacific one
of the very best roads to travel over in
Mr. Wells also stated that the At
lantic & Pacific was to-day, doing the
biggest freight business it has ever
done; that tho rolling stock is in tine
condition, and that all train employes
are kept constantly on the move.
Pay no attention to the space above of:
the Greenlaw Lumber Company. The"
only advertise a good quality of lumber,,
an J lots of it. We want to say to you.
that n have the best quality of "grub""
ever en in this part of the country
and more of it; that our prices are higher:
than ever before heard of I
Can Tomatoes $ .75 per can.
Can Corn 65 per can.
" Punken " (Arkansaw). . . .40 per can.
Nutmegs $1.00 each.
Onicns, soap and
other table luxuries
ANY OF THE ABOVE DAINTIES WILL BE
DELIVERED FREE AS SOON AS OUR HORSE,
WHICH IS CRIPPLED, GETS WELL.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL GO. STORE
-CHA8. A. KELLER, PRoeRiKTOR.
The Boston Transcript nays that the
seven wonders of America are Niagara.
Falls, Yosemite Valley, Mammoth
Cave, Muir Glacier, Natural Bridge,
Yellowstouo Park and the Grand Can
yon of the Colorado.
The latest Minneapolis fad is
crimped-crust bred. To eat any
other kind is to loie cast
All the Dolioaoios of the Season Fresh from the Market.
You are invited to call and'inspeot my Stock.
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