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title: 'The Flagstaff sun-democrat. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1896-1897, July 29, 1897, Image 4',
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$6 a pair.,
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up-to-date line of
Neckwear in the
Stetsons, Lion Brand
and Eagle Brand are all
sold at prices that defy
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Nine-ounce Riveted Overalls at
Fred Busby's Hand
sewed Gloves; get a
pair and try 'em !
ArIion Only Hummer rtwort Cen
ter of Industry.
The following nmitcr is running In
the columns of the Plmmilx Ghzhip,
Hlly nnd wet'kly eillllons. and In ml
ciilntrd to dn a jrr-t deal toward
plnrliitr tlio right klnil of InforrantloD
bfforn Sontliprn ArionaDs nnd others
regarding the Skylight City and its
Nestled at the foot of the San Fran
. Cisco peak. In a venliuil valley, en-tirt-ly
surrounded by lofty pines and
towering mountains, Flagxtaff, fre
quently called the Skylight City, is
the ideal summer resort of Arizona.
in fact of the entire West. The climate
is equable, the thermometer ranging
about 70 degrees at this reason, while
the nights are so cool that one must
sleep tinder blanket, jet not cool
enough for frost. The city has two
tbounand inhabitants, all prosperous
and content, ready to extend a band
of welcome to the traveler. Here is
IocHted llie refotm school, soon to be
tntmioimed into a branch iusaue
An excellent school building has
recently been erecteit, and the city is
well supplied with churches.
8om of the Urgent mercantile
establishments In Arizona are located
here, as Flagstaff Is the center of the
sheep industry of the Teirltory, the
mountains, being covered with a
luxurittnl growth of grass that fur
nishes perpetual pasturage for cattle
Fnrinliig, too, is rapidly 'growing
and both grain and potatoes yield
large profits, the potato crop being
sufllelent to supply all of Arizona.
Mineral of the rreclous kinds
abounds not far distant, while the red
"i; , sandstone but a .mile from the town
has been used in building every city
f ou the Coast.
Flagstaff is located on the Santa Fe
Pacltlo railroad, being the highest
point of consequence on the line. It
fM "is the natural gateway both to the
j'y Grand Canyon, the greatest natural
-", . 'trioslty. on the continent, and the
' .'?. Coconino forest, the largent body of
"' "i.' ',' timber on the American continent
", The Grand Canyon, as indicated by
-$ the cyclometer, is Just 72 miles from
FlagstaaT; all the way through a pine
X; 'forest wkeVe the. stately trees, many
US show ,
"ilmiAi uinatth , ttint tl. Un
TbrottKbout the' entire
on earth, at
kinds, ready made and taUor
ai prices to sun purcnaser.
coining from all portions of the glotie,
there lieing many foreigners of note
wh' wish to view nature's greatest
In view of accommodating ihn trav
eling public, excellent linteN Imve
been built, and IHM-Ity in Arizona can
offer superior arconiiuodHtlons, either
in the way of well furnished rooms or
table bward. There is room for all
who come, with fscilitles that will
please the most fastidious.
Every other day the mammoth
stages ply between Flagstaff and the
Canyon, the average cost for the round
trip being about $16, not including
hotel bills. The first-class hotels
charge but 2.60 per day. 'Ihe mud
from Flagstnff tn the Cao.toii is an ex
cellent one, easily made by wheel,
and annually there Is a Territorial ruu
made from the city to the Canyon.
The immense forests are uilllzd
for timber, anil a quarter of a million
feetot lumber is cut daily, year in and
year out, making a constant payroll.
which, in addition to the sheep and
cattle Industries, makes the country
uuusuallv piosperous. The lumber,
ties and other mill products, is shipped
all over the Territory, while not n
small amount is used in building up
the Coast cities.
Actuated by a desire to build n
greater city, iiis town, which wear
all the honors of being incorporated,
is now on the eve of putting in mi ex
tensive water system, to cost $65,000,
for which bonds have been Isoitud ami
sold, and the contract let. The
water is to be can lei'. 17 miles. In a
6-Inch pipe, to he deposited in a reser
voir 144x144 feet by 13 feet deep,
from which point It will be piped to
the vailous parts of the city to be
distributed. There will be excellent
pressure for fire purposes, aud when
completed every tnau will be able to
insure bis own property.
This Is the county seat of Coconino
county, and there has neeu mint an
excellent courthouse and good jail, in
keeping with the demand of the
growth of the county. To those who
reside in Southern Arizona Flagstaff
offers the best climate and most
comfort during the heated term. The
air Isclry, pure and very balmy,
highly impregnated with ozone, almost
to the point of intoxication. Being so
near to the Grand Canyon, one can go
from the Salt River valley, visit the
Canyon, and spend the summer cheap
er at Flagstaff than on the coast, while
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the climatic surronndlngs'are not to be
Only nine miles from Flagstaff,
, ' c-
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over the best natural road In Arliona,
all the way uu a beautiful valley. Is
the ancient ruins of.the Cliff Dwellers,
who some centuries ago made their
abode on the sides of the cliffs of the
canyon, the walls of which are from
2,000 to 3,000 feet high- While
slght-srers aud ivliivluinters have to
Rome extent despoiled lhen ruins,
they are yet ofgieit Interest, and nil
visions g to the ciffs. a- d i the h me
people when ph'HMiring. The caves
that were oiicm th abode of men were
no doubt at one time volcanic bubbles,
requiring but Mule work to cut from
one to the other, thus honevcomblii!!
tiieeiitlie cliff that was once covered
Excellent trout fishing is found on
Oak creek, but a few miles f'om Flag
stuff,, while the mountains throughout
abound in wild game, deer, bear and
other wild animals. ,
The grandest view to be obtained
am where in the west is from the
summit of San Francisco peak, which
is accessible on horxehack. over a well
built trail. The great forests spread
out like a Vast expanse of verdure,
while other cities and towns aiv
plainly visible, among them Preacntt.
Not the least of the attractions of
this sention is the people, as they are
thoroughly western lusty le. hospitable
to the extreme, are law-abiding,
thoroughly American, have confidence
in their town, and seem imbued with
l he spirit to build up Flagstaff, until
it now overshadows all other towns ot
Northern Atizoiia. Those who have
not visited Flagstaff have left much
m i i
Electric Hitters Is a madiclne for
any season, but perhaps more gen
erally needed when the languid, ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid ami sluggish aud the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
billions fevers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and
freeing (he system from the malarial
xilson. Headache, Imligestioii, con
stipation, dizziness yield to Electric
Bitters. 60o and ft per bottle at O.
J. Brauneu's drugstore.
Nuts and r raits.
Walnuts give nerve or brain food;
muscle, heat and waste.
The great majority of small fresh
seed fruits are laxative.
Apples supply the higher nerve aud
muscle food, but do not give stay.
Piite kernels give heat and stay.
They serve as a substitute for bread.
Dried figs contain nerve aud muscle
food, heat aud waite. but are bad for
Oranges are refreshing and feeding,
but are not good if the liver is out of
tireen water-grapes are bhtod purl
ft ing (but of little final value); reject
pips ami skin.
Blanched almonds give the higher
nerve or brain and muscle food, no
heat or waste.
Blue grapes are feeding and blood
pui If ing; too rich fir those who
suffer from the liver.
Juicy fruits give more or less the
higher' nerve or brain, and, sonw few.
muscle food and waste; no heat.
Lemons aud tomatoes should not be
ifed dally in cold weather; they have
a tiiiiiuing and cooling effect.
All slone fruits are considered to be
Injurious for those who suffer from
the liver, and should be ued caiitinuslv.
tomatoes, higher nerve or brain
food and waste; no heat; they are
thinning and stimulating; do uot
Prunes afford the higher nerve or
brain food; supply heat and waste, but
are not muscle-feeding. They should
be avoided by tlioe who suffer from
the liver. Dr. Sophie, Lepiter. ,
You may hunt the world over and
you will not find another medicine
equal to Chamberlain's colic, cholera
and diarrhoea remedy lor bowel com
plaints. It is pleasant, safe and re
liable. Fcr sale by D. J., iBrannen'a
drug store. ,
Everybody Bays So.
.Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most won
derful medical discovery of the age, pleas
ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver end towels,
cleansing the entire stfm, dispel coMs,
cureheadaehe,'fever; habitual cpnsUnatloa
and biliousness. Please buy and try a box
of C. C. C. to-day 1 10, SB. W cents. Bold W
guaranteed to euro by ail druggist.
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This elegant hotel has had $5000 expended on its : renova- -
tion, rearrangement and decoration. Completely! .;
equipped with all modern improvements.
Electric lights in every room.
CUISINE AND SERVICE UNEXCELLED.
HEADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS.
PIONEER DRUG STORE.
Headquarters for everything in the
Drug, Notioe and Toilet Like.
Call and be convinced that my stock is a fine one.
D. J. BRANNEN.
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, etc.
THE FINEST LINE OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS
San Francisco St. HARRY JAC0BY
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