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THE SUN -DEMOCRAT.
NOTICE TO Till: 1'UHMO.
All contrncta and bills for uihertUInK pay
Advertising rates given upon application.
Business locals 10 cents per lino for first In
sertion, and II cents per lino for i-neh subso
auent Insertion. .
TuisPun-Pkmociiat Is pleased torontrluu to
In public mutters, but nil notices of festivals,
fairs, nicotines of societies, suppers, enter
tainments nnd mention of nmrrlutes, births
and deaths beyond the reculiir announce
ment, will be churned for nt rrsulnr rates.
THURSDAY. APRIL 1. 1897.
F. W. Sisson Is ill Alhliijlinquo.
The Board of Supervisors meets
Kansas City Dressed Bert at Garrett
Young and old are sadly harassed
by the measles.
Judgo J. J. Hawkins returned to
Sheriff Po'ls of Mohuru county was
in town Sunday.
David Russell, the Bellemont ranch
man, is in town.
Clear Havana und Gen urn I Arthur
cigars at H. Hock's.
R. J. Hitrtmun, the Klngni in attor
ney, was heio Sunday.
The Methodist church will soon be
fitted with eleelriu lights.
Good cheap shoes at M. .1. HagunU'.
Try the $2.50 and 3.00 shoes.
The A. & P. have laid new steel
Vails between the Cliffs and l-'l install.
Ask "jour grocH'i iiiim fur the
Mnricnpa Cienmery butter unit ehcuso,
MissElizi He.'isley returned Filday
from a several weeks' Kit Hi Needle,
Mrs. J. V. Thurber and Hi little
ones returned from Kingman Satur
day. County Treasurer Francis has post
poned lliu sale of riulinquout taxes to
Died Monday morning. March 29.
the laby of Mr. ami Mrs. William II.
Dr. R. M. Ftaneis of Williams
pased through here yosterday for
Rev. II. I. Corser leaves this after
noon to attend the session of the
Presbytery at Phoenix.
Died At Ilcllemout last evening,
the six-mouths old baby of Mr. and
Mrs. T. M Donaldson.
Judge .1. H. ISethuun arrived from
Tucson Siindiv tiiorning ami opened
Dlsiticl court Moml y.
Try the M iricopi Creamery limine
al Ilibbitt ltlns. Krery pound guar
anteed or money telurtied.
A. T. Iiiiek. the iii'' Vegas sheep
bin er. left for Willi tins mid point
west Kiid.it reiiirniog Monday.
Councilman Apinwitll was n pisen
ger on No. 2 Ktid.iy, returning from
Plnx nix to Ills home tit Winslow.
Jl.ilil'ill lJiii. have just reccited n
cal of cliolce Eastern apples, which
they arc M'llliig at o per b.urel.
An April Fool Dunce was given In
J. W. Spelling tit opera house last
night. It wasiptfto well attemleii.
M J. Kcnnidy has secured Ihti cou
tlnct to erect u funiauH for the S.igi
uiih Ltimhci mpauy at Williams.
W. K.- MeDinirl. bookkeeper for
the S.inta F at Kansas City, is in
town, ii witness in the Diggs case.
II. M, Anilei'Min of Kansas City,
getieial foreman of the Postal Tele
graph sysliui, was In town Tuesday.
Dr. K. S. Miller lias moved into the
oflicc one door cast of the postoffice,
foiiniily occupied by Dr. P. G. Cor
nUh. Prof. Lowe of the Moitn. Lowe rail
way, in Southern California passed
through here Saturday bouud for Los
Hon. II. F. Ashurst arrived from
the south Monday and has been a
frequent visitor at the session of the
Dixit let court. Henry was admitted
to the bar nt SulomoDYille last week.
cJ. W. WEflTfiERFORD
SUITS READY 7WDE HND TO
Hafs,Cnps, Boots, Shoes, Gloves,
Trunlcs. Vulisos. Underwear,
It is nearly three ye;'rs since we opened what is now
known all over Northern Arizona as J. W. WEATHER
FORD'S GENTS' FURNISHING STORE on Railroad
To our customers during this period we express our
appreciation for their recognition of our efforts in their
behalf, and as a result in their confidence and our close
attention to business, we have to-day the largest stock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Men's Hats, Boots,
Shoes, Trunks, Valises and in fact everything that
goes to make up a first-class Gents' Outfitting Store, on
the line of the A. & P. Ry. from Albuquerque, N. M., to
To appreciate the variety and selection of our stock,
a personal inspection is necessary.
In conclusion, we ask you to CALL and see us when
you are in Flagstaff and we will show you more and better
goods for less money and a larger assortment to select
from than you can find anywhere else. Call in and be
convinced that our prices are right and that we have the
goods. Very respectfully, a
J. W. WEATHERFORD.
Land Agent C. II. Kaneher ofthej
A. & P., was in town several davs this!
Week. (That hiinilsome inu-taehe has
gone a gllinmciiiig.)
D. (5. Chalmers, ex-Speaker of the
Nineteenth Legislative Assembly, anil
wife passed through here Saturday
for St. Louis on a vMi.
Diin'l forget t li-it (Sarrett k Hi-niiessy
are ripioiiigthe Flagstaff Meal Market,
Hoxworlh's old stand, win I'.1 nil will
gel courteous treatment.
Cunliaetor Mibigao Is iiishnig iht
work on the coioliiuiillon cm liistilo
anil engine lions. Tie- fuiinlati'Oi is
being laid with FUgstaff kiiuIsioiih
Fieil Hoehdet ffer mid Ijige Biker
returned last Thuisd.n in lining fiom
Utah, where Ihev had been lint pint
several mouths u a prospering trip
The Arizona Lumber and Timber
Company have established a hr.im-h
ofliee in Los Angeles. T. A. Itiorriau
looks after the company's business
Died Suuday noon, Mareh 23. of in
tlnmtuatioii of lliu bowels, the eighteen
mouths old baby of Mr. and Mr.
.John H irriiigton. Funeral wit held
M Mill. IV.
Mis. V. O. Barton of Winslnw, wife
of Fireman ISartoo, who was on No. 1
at the lime of I he lVacli Spilngs bold
up. Is here wiling Mrs. Walter Kw
liugliurv. ''sulijeet of morning discourse at
Methodic (httreli next Sunday "God's
Quarry:" evening, l'lm Spread of
Clnistianit'." All are cordially In
vited. C. P. Vn.SOM, Pa-tor.
The best butter in town is the Miri-
enpa Creamery fiuller; full cream and
no coloring. Sold ly B ibhiu llr.x.
Sen I hat your bititer has the stamp of
the Mineopi Civanvry Co., Phoenix
I)r, P. (J. Cornish left, Sunday inorn
hi"; for Alhiiqueiqiiii to nsiimn his
duties as chief surgeon of the Atlantic.
& Paeillo hospital service. Hit will
remove his family there in a tow
Flagstaff Meat Market is the only
place in town to buy fresh meats.
Everything kept in tliti butcher's lino,
such as beef, mutton, pork, sausage.
wild games, fish. etc. Garrett & Hen-
.'piity Sheriff W. C. B.iyless left
i-iilay for Yuma, having in charge
A, George, convicted of grand larceny
und sentenced to thirteen months lu
the penitentiary, uud John White,
convicted of attempted robbery and
sentenced to eighteon months.
Sheriff Cameron made a trip to
Williams Monday and arrested M.
Altmann, indicted by the grand jury
for the theft of a diamond ring, and
brought him here 'and locked hlin up
that night. He furnished bonds for
his appearance and was released.
The Salad Social at the Methodist
parsoiiftije last Thuisilav evening was
attended hv about Miiciity-llvo ladles
and (reutlcmeii and pmvcil a most
enj lyahle. affair. The L ulies' Aid
Society desei ves great ci edit for the
Kiieeos of the hoeial. ami turned over
a neat hiiiii to the eicdit of the church
Don't order your spring dress
goods before 'seeing and pricing at
Itibbiti Itros. Their Mr. Elliott is in
New York -it present miking extcn
ive iot-lia s He writes iliar he will
chip ft mi New Y irk the largest and
iiiukI tastefully suleetnd Assortment of
ill ess goods and notions ever hown
the pulilio in Finest iff
Next Sunday morning at the Pres
byterian church Mr. lieu I will give
llie address, suliject "Tim Voice of the
Greek." Then- il be no evening
prewiring serlee. Tiie Christian
Endeavor service will be held us usual
at 7 p. in. 'I Iw Wiilnrsday evening
nervlee will be ili-Mitid to the inleiest
it the young people. II. P. COKSBB.
The mIiooI eliclion Satiuilay passed
off quietly. The polls, at the Emerson
High School liuililiiig, opened at 9
a. m. and closed at 4 p. in. A number
of ladies voted. The two ciiulid.ites
fo Helmut TllMee, E S Gosney and
M. J. Kiordau, r ived G8 and 95
votes lespeellvely .mil M. J. llioril.in
was deeUied elected. The bo.ud of
education now consists of J. C. (trim,
M. ,J. Kiordau and -I W. Francis.
Under WieiilT Fail child ,went to
Phoenix last week to arrest and bring
to Flagstaff K. C Daggs, who is
ehatged by .1. II. Iloskins jr. with
larceny of 0300. Mr. D.iggs had
furnished bonds for bis appearance
at this term of tint District court
and on failure to respond when his
case was called by Judge Hawkins a
bench warrant was is-ued for his
attest. Mr. D.iggs was brought to
Flagstaff Frid.iv morning and is now
slopping at the residence of Iris
brother J. F. Dwgs. It is alleged
flight-st Honors World's Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cren of Trtar Powder. flw
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adaHwant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
In the Day
We are busy opening boxes, bundles, cases and
bales of New Goods, and our buyers in the
East say there is more to come.
Those who read will know
Those who act
The Careful Buyers who appreciate quality and variety,"
closely associated with low prices, cannot afford to miss
seeing our displays first.
OUR GOODS AND PRICES speak fo themselves. We
can afford to sell you Groceries, Dry Goods Hardware '
and staples of all kinds at better prices than any. We
buy everything in carload lots and the consumer gets the
benefit of our large purchasing power for cash.
DEALERS ! We solicit your correspondence.
Get our quotations before buying. '
The largest General Store in Ar izona.
We trade with tho Nivijo and M Mini Indians. Mtybe w etn interest
you In Indian Blankets, Plaqus, Kings, llnveluts or Arrowheads. Visitors
stopping here are always welcomed to our Indian deptrimeut
THE - GRAN D - CANYON - HOTEL
OSCAR LE3AR30N. Manager
Recently remodeled, redscorated and refurnished through
out. Modern improvements throughout. Itspecitl
features are the excellence of its table, perfection of"
its service, the elegance of its appointment?. Elec-"
trically lighted throughout.
THE MD3T LIBERALLY M MGHD HDTEL IN THE
.RECOGNIZED HEDTJ VTE33 FO ALL TOURISTS.
that the reason of Mr. Jaggs' derelic
tion vn his serious iPn-xs. The (
zette gives the lullowiug account of
the nrresl: "On Thursdey inonilng
a Deputy Sheriff arrived from Flag
staff to take the prisoner back with
him. lie soon ascertained the man
was sick, so a doctor was procured,
and they proceeded to go to the home
of tho man under arrest. Thev were
not admlt'ed, as Mr. D.iggs has since
Monday been under the t-aieuf Dr.
Scott Helm. Liter the deputy found
Dr. Helm, and asked whether Ids
patient could travel. The doctor told
him the j'outiir man had been v ty ill,
but the critical stage seemed pi-s-d,
and ho would decide later. In the
afternoon Dr. Helm leluei-iiitly
yielded, feeling the case might be an
urgent one, and tint with pet feet care
there would lie no gieat ilangei.
I'mtr ollicers. with a hack, then uenl
after Mr. D.iggs. They entered tin
residence whero tho iek man lived
and told their mission. Tim gd
mother, 71 years of age, .was by tl o
bedside of her nick con. With tnie
maternal instinct the good Imly knew
it wai dang, rolls to take tho boy
away, so she positively protested It
was no use, and as they .idvaucid
toward the bed the lady seized u dip
per and stepped to a kettle of boiling
water. J. E. Boyd thoifglit it was a
bluff, and advanced. Boiling water
LEVI STHAUSS & CO.
OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
EVERY 0ARIACNT OUAHANTCEO.
EMPLOY OV6IT 3SO OIRI-.
. '.x-t .tr,
Those who know will act
will save money.
dripped from his vest and trousers.
Dick George came to the rescue and
met with a similar fate. The four
men managed at last to corral tho
infuriated mother, and the man was,
taken iojs.il. Keen tho men who were ,
domed with hot water could not helpV
but admire the mother who thus sloodtye
nobly by her sou to tho last, but they f-
were ioiiowiiii; orders. At 7 o clock ,"
the sick man was taken to the train
and staited for Flas'aff. A little
later a telegram from Judge Hawkins
to Dr. Helm told him to use his riis
eietioti, ami to keep (lie prisoner if
his condition ilem indeil it., Dr. Helm
id later: Hid !h it telegram ar
liivd in limn tho boy would have rc-m-iined.
yet if he is pmpetly eared for
I apprehend no danger. Hit has been
i cick boy, but was improving rap
idly." Two years ago R J. Warren, a
druggist at Pleasant Uronk. N. Y
hoimht a small supply of Chamber
lain's cough remedy. He sums up
the result as follows: "At that time
the goods were unknown in this sec
tion; lo-riav Cliam.beriain's cough
remedy is a household word." It is
the same in hituriic(.'s of communities.
Wherever tho gootl qualities of Cham
berlain's cough remedy become known
the people will have nothing else
I'or sale by D. J. Brauneu's Drug
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