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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1897.
Go to Coffin's for Ico cold milk shake.
W. E. Wilson was here from.Pres
Kansas Citj Dressed Beet at Garrett
The beautiful days of summer are
with us again.
Attorney J. E. Jcoes visited Wil
Supervisor Charles ScIiqU was in
Contractor M. J. Kennedy was in
Allittqtirrqtie last wek.
Seventeen car loads of cattlo were
shipped from here Friday.
Anlone Kline left Monday for Clear
Creek on a prospecting trip.
Go to Coffin's for lilrtcln fixtures,
repaint, etc. Wheels to rent.
Good cheap shoe at M. J. Bagnall's.
Try the 2.60 and $3.00 shoes.
Ask your grorerrman for the Mari
copa Creamery butter and cheese.
Resident Engineer R. B. Burns wat
here from Williams last Tliurs lay.
Attorney T. G. Norris of Preioott
was a viii'tor in our city ytmtenl.iy.
J. C. Adam. Miynr of Phoenix,
was in the city Sunday and Monday.
Tnko jour watch nod jhwhIcxv r
' pair to J. A. Maurer at tlm p isiiiflke.
"" Mim. Ntiwnvwi of our city Is vnittug
her staler In Oiegoii forSHverut weeka,
A new lot of jwhy jmt recmvfif
at J. A. M-titier'. PostotBco jewelry
Lon Hlnklej is eiedina two nny
frame ri'siiluuiu in tlm west mil of
" Oidera' taken lor golf anil biejcle
auitM, niado to older, at J. V. Weath
erfordV. Josepli D.-nt left M'inil ty morn
ing font fnw days' vUil with fiiuixls in
Lund Agent C H. Fancher of the
Saulu Fe was iu the cit Kiiday and
Sal in day.
L L. Ferrall. N. V.Hinr an I C.
Beaclilioard were here from Williams
Frank Lealie left Monday for Asli
Fork, where he will take churgu of a
Just received at Weatherford's, a
full Hue of bells, shoes and hose for
Miax Annie Hill of Albuquerque, N.
If., has been visiting Mrs. A. E. Frank
furter this Meek.
The sheepmen hereabout have a
(Tin on their fares that is "alt wool
and a yard wide."
All kinds of blauksmithiiig m iterial
tod woodwork kept constantly on
baud at Pouthie's.
Miss Emma Hochderffer left for
Witislow Tuesday ou a visit to bet
aister, Mis. Waguur.
Frank Bealey returned Tuesday
from Willie Hills, where he has been
the past four months.
J. C. Mllllgan Is putting iu the two
iitw iioiler for the Gieeiiluw Lumber
Company's mill at Greenlaw.
John Kwnpier made final proof be
fore Proiiaie Judge La) ton Monday ou
4k tract of laud near Challeuder.
William- Smoot sr. and William
Umout jr., two prominent cattlemen
from Williams, were here Tuesday.
James (Curle) Wallace, a promi
nent catilemaii fiom north of Flagstaff,
was iu town enteral day's this week.
M. ,1. Kennedy haj secured the con
tract for the construction of the new
-depot ami eatiug house at Wluslow. '
Mrs. N. A. Cameron, who has beeu
islihig in Los Angeles the past three
Months, returned Mouday niorulng.
Hon. W. O. O'Neill came ip from
Mi Grand Canyon mining district
Teedy mornlug. He report the
ila outlook good ao far.
Coffin Bros, have in all the fresh
fruiiH aiiil vegetables of the seas'tn;ali!Q
a nue asNortmeui or cream Canutes, -
Am rebuilding my foundry and can
do any kind of cutting ui) t' fifteen
hundred pounds. J. B. Pouting.
Cumberland Michaels returned Sun
day from Los ' Angeles, where he had
been speudiug three weeks on a visit.
Fob Sale Farm of 160 acres, with
impiovemeuta, nine miles south of
Flagstaff. Inquire of John SANDERSON.
I have a lot of good Reed potatoes
for sale at market prices; terms cash.
James O'Bbien, Bellemont, Ariz.
Mr. Douglass informs us that Lo
well observatory v. ill be opened to the
pubito J0 ou evening in about two
O. P. Harding tame up from his
Oak Creek ranch Situnliv and spent a
few days this week with old time
The range is in uplnndid condition
and cattle anil Bheep men me in good
huruor. 'I'll ore Is an abundance of
water and grass,
F. H. Hull (of Liwrenre, Kan.,
brother of Mrs Ueorg Z.tiler. cam
In Tuesday and will make Flagstaff
his future home.
J. H. Breed, one of the oldest and
wealthiest tJtisem of N iv ij i county,
returned from Los Angotes Siturday
lo his Hoi brook horns.
All bills due the Van Dercn Broth
ers in the butcher biHiiiess are owing
and pa able to J. A. Van Dereii from
the 1st of April, 1897.
Don't forget that Garrett & Hennesay
are running the Flagstaff Meat Market,
Hox worth's old stand, wliem all will
get courteous treatment.
For Rent Furnished rooms, new
and clean; day 25 cents, week $1.50.
Hoard and mom $6 per week.
Professor 1). A. Drew of L ttve.ll ob
servatory has been appointed by the
School Boald piiucipal of Emerson
High school for the next term
Our jeweler, Gaston Ctawford, ac
companied by hisbiother, A. It. Crew-
fold, leave in the moriiin:!. (Minuay,)
Colorad . Gillup
Rev. Whtltamnre of Florence ar
rived Friday mid visited with Rt-v. H.
P. Cotser until Monday, when he left
for Chicauo to attend the l'ie-tM teiiau
The Santa Fe are making evciiftirn
iniproieiiieina in the wat. system of
the Atlantic & Pacilie L!' t over
toil j ale lieiug I'olixtiucteil at W.thillt,
beligiuau Mini Asli Folk
All nervous interested in biSeliill
wilt meet -it I lie li.ill in.iii.i.l. SuiiiUv
A captain is lo he elected
mm iiinwr iii.pnuyirr himii ihui.ii ii, hi'.
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rainze Mine ior iiik oeasiiii.
Any pel-noil or persons hiving base-
ball ploperiy. in the way of b.ills,
bats. Mill-, rUHska or gloves, will please
leave minie at I he
Pioneer D-tig Store.
By older of
Mrs. F.J. Bi owning arrived Satur
day iiioiniu-x frm Portland, Ore., and
Fraed is as huppv as a lark. Mr. mid
Mis. Hiowniiig havo gone to house
keeping in the W G. Dickinson rest
deuce. The services at the Presbyterian
church next nuiiday will be as usual.
Preaching i the pastor morning and
e'enllig. The Sllbj-ct for the evening
service will bo, -l'lie Mtu Hard to
Contractor J. C. Mllllgan started up
his brick yard al the sandstone quarry
Monday. He will furnish the Green-1
law Liimtier ouiiuauv with 10,000
biirk fr the furuaces for their uew
A. B. Cmwfnl left Saturday even
ing for Telluride, Colo., where he will
locate. We are wury to lose such a
good citir.eii ns Mr; Crawford, but
hope he will meet with success In bis
The Piioeiiix Gazette says: Not
many Phoenix people will be buncoed
tiilo ilroiiping tneir money in bos An.
geles this cummer, when Prescott audi
such inducement aud
Flegstsff Meat Market Is the only
place iu town to buy fresh, meals.
Everything kept in the butcher's line,
such us beef, mutton, pork, sausage.
wild games, fish, etc. Garrett & Heu-
The ladies of the Presbyterian
chin cli are hi ranging for a big social
to be given m B ibbitl's Opera House
Thin aday. May 27. An elalMirato en
tertainment being provided. For
further pai lieulars see small bills.
We are glad to learn that Mrs E. R.
Bayless, who has been very ill the
pan six weeks, is greatly improved
aud complete!) out of danger. Her
many friends are hopeful of her rapid
recovery to her o-ld time health aud
The Greenlaw Lumber Company
are kept very busy these day. They
are supplying the Atlaatic Paclic
(now the Santa te)wuh ties, having a
one peat's contract with ihn railroad
. coinimny, anu as iiniHiilriiblH im
ptovemenl is blug nude ill Ihn road
bed oidei8 for '.ies are coming in pivtty
A T. Cornish returned fr.im R
Louifl Tuesday, where hH had been tit
negotiate the sale of the walcrwoiks
bonds. Mr. Coiulsli suhl tlm hoods,
but had lo cancel tint sale, as an
nounced in another column.
Inspector Al D.ijlo has been kept
on the jump the pas fmv weeks look
ln out for illegal branding and prose
eul lug lustier, tie iiTMiitly matin a
trip l the iioi'tliern part of the county
after soum tu-tlers and bioku up their
Deputy Sheriff F. Falrchlld brought
down two pHsoieis from Williams
Tuesday night. Omi of them, by the
name of 11. J. Co ik, had bran given
3U days, and the other, Thomas Cole
was given 90 days by tlie Williams
Justice coin ts.
SliHiilf Rdph Cameron and Sheiiff
RulTuer came in tills inoiuiug from
Paiker'a trail, which they had left in
tlm Bill Williams mountains. They
hml in their cuitody EdGaltliu, wanted
iu Graham county, and lodged him
in jail here..
There were shipped from here Sat
urday 724 betid of cattle to D dg
City, Kaiis. Wilbur TliiiiLur and a
number of VVnle cattlemen were the
siiippeis and the stoek was purchased
by A. G. Giimes, the tattle buyer.
Pretty good tecold for nue day.
City Clerk (J. A. Hush went to Wil
liams Monday afternoon to consult
with Resident Engineer R. B. Burns,
uho lot lietoi toi.fHjtil liv thu l!itv
Council of Fltisi iff to diaw up the'
plans and xpfcitications for the cou-'
8tiucliou of our walerwoiks system.
John L. Tlioiuis, a raurher on Oak
Cleek can) on, was in Flagstaff last
Thuisduy mid leported everything
lookiui; Lrrcfii and ln-iiuilful iu the
Valley. TIih stiawlieiry ciop will be
it IiIl' one this ear and the beiries will
I couimeiiCM to lipeii by tlm 1st of June.
A bsggage ear atlacliud to No. I
containing quite a menagerie attracted
coiiMdeiahlu attention Saturd iy. There
weieseeial mounlaiii lions and other
animals, all thoiotigiily trained, and
were ou their uay to Los Augeles.
uliiTe tliey will be exhibited at uue of
C. O Cil'liiiian, Needles' next posl-
niiibler, was a passenger on No. 1
fliOO Alllillll-I -lrt . U-'Kll.lJ. Mi
Cuvlonau is mi piesuui li aveling sales
IIISO fill Uioivoloj, Klg & Co of
Clilengi. and rflS i.pienHnts the Allot
! jueiciie (Jitir.cii i i t 'li-imh-h way aoil
aS -' I'lrll IOI enp'l-ll.
Tlm old-el i',tt's of l he Lowell tele-
I ii no Hi Oliy C .M-xu;.i
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lo inn Ditariiniiiii niiu tiiinninii
I Ohsei rations are mw
are imw lieiug uiiiile liy
I tliM Wvlriilliilllel M.
Professor L (Well is
detained hi Botou tiy a slight illness,
but will he heie iu a few days.
Tlm people of Willi mis are coidially
invited to corn up lo Flagstaff ou July
6, aud p.tlltcipale with us mouulaiii
eers in celebrating tint nation's birlh
day Wiillauis vitiiors will be watm
ly welcomtid and sre.tied as our iu ml
boiloied guest. Let the peopie from
Bill Williams uiou a.uii t-iiarter a train
aud come ou; room for all.
The miuertl bull southeast of town
possesses iillilllielless encouraging fea
tuieff. A few of our town-men have
been fun ui til fVittii'lt to lis prospects
Citieful iuquiry jiisiities their faith.
One of the first lliiugs needed is deeper
and mie couuet-lml Work thin the
lodes there have lei-eived iu the past.
s al any lime may
that will surprise
the most sanguine.
Captain John Haiiue arrived Tues-
dav t l his Giaml Canyon home. He
reports the recent heavy rains ou the
Utah desori lo have caused the Colo
rado river lo rise tiniii it is now within
two inches of the um of the Cauyon.
making the river nearly a mile aud a
quarter ileep. I'Iih Captain Is hopeful
that the overdo will not be great
enough lo do any damage to I he San
Francisco mountain", but it is bard to
tell what will tiiiii. hu say a.
Highest Honors-World's Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A saw Crspe Cmrn of Tartar Powder. V
a Ammonia, Atam or wy other adulter.,
40 Y1AIW TH8 STANDARD.
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JULY 5 AND 6, '97
Two Dei;ys of IFt-m
emd JollifiOiOLtiorTL !
oBAToa of tbe mmmu mu i, mm
Is being raised by the citizens of the Skylight City,
every cent of which will be devoted to making the two
days' celebration the biggest and grandest affair of the
kind ever held in Northern Arizona.
A cordial invitation is extended to the people of
Williams, Ash Pork, Phoenix, Prescott, Kinsman, Needles,
Winslow, Holbrook and Gallup and every citizjn of Nor
thern Arizona to come to Flagstaff on July 5 and spend
a couple ol days in the enjoyment of the finest Fourth
of July celebration ever held in Arizona.
Come and enjoy FLAGSTAFF HOSPITALITY !
HANDSOME PURSES WILL BE HUNG UP FOR
FOOT RACES I
THERE'LL BE NO END OF
THE CITIZEN'S BAND OF PRESCOTT VJltti
BE ON TAP ! .
EXCURSIONS TO THE GRAND CANYON,
CLIFF AND CAVE DWELLINGS AND TO
OTHER NEARBY POINTS op INTEREST.
GRAND BALL AND SUPPER NIGHT op the 5th
GRAND ILLUMINATION OF
5AN FRANCISCO. PEAK
13,000 feet high IS mile from the City I 1
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