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able monthly. N
Advertising rates given upon application.
Business locals 10 cents per line for Brat In
sertion, and 6 cents per line for each subse
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In public matters, but all notices of festivals,
talrs,, meetings of societies, sappers, enter
tainments and mention of marriages, births
ad deaths beyond the regular announce
aoent, will be charged for at regular rates.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 26, 1897.
Hon. W. O. O'Neill was in town
C. M. Funslnn mlil Prescott a busi
ness visit Wednesday.
Mrs. James Trent came iu from
Walker this morning.
Go to Coffin's for flesh fruits, cream
Bicyclo swo ttors ami athletic goodi
J. W. Wenthi'ifonl ts closiug out
ais line of tan shoes at coat.
Esau Foluler it building an addition
to Ills dwelling on A pen nvenue.
For fitst-elass watch work go to J.
P. Arnolds' at Hiignull' shoe store..
Levi Strauss tvrr.il Is 75c and Non
pareil 60c per pair at Weatherford's.
Take your watch and jewelery re
pairs to J. A. Mauivrat Ihc postnSlce.
E. S. Gosney and wife relumed
from Southern California thin morn
A new lot nf jewelry just received
at J. A. Maurer's. Posloffico jewelry
New and fresh goods received at
Weatherford's Gents' Kuril ishiug Slot e
Unvld Russell, the atockmau, re
turned to bis ranch at Bellnraont Mon
day. J. II. Der.tJiid, Uih Phoenix lumber
man, wm in town several lu)s lint
W. O S-vore. thi ttinreynr,
through from APiiiquiiiiu ou
Gooil cheap shoe at M. J. Ilagnall's.
To the 2.00 m $3.00 shoes. Re
pairing. Wenthi'ifonl curiies the finest linn
of footwear iu the city. The prices
v H S. Van Sltrk, the trovellng
freight agent of the Santa Fe PaclnV,
is iu town.
Fur freshest cuts in heaf, mutton,
Teal and xrk, go to Mobleopah &
Henry Ashurst, the young attorney
f Williams, was visiting bis patents
ifnmes Swnnson is putting on an
addition to his residence in the north
part of town.
For Sale 200 head of rams, he
longing to J. 1). Newman. Apply to
B. 15. Newman.
A new stuek of "Kast Iron" cloth
ing for men and boys just received at
tbe Cash Store. ''
You ran bin Levi Strauss & Co's.
rivlleil overalls fur sixty cents at Flag
staff Ciisli Store.
Don't forget tho new location of
this paper the old Democrat building
on Apeu avenue'.
Miss Laura W. Sharpe
Sat in day from, a few weeks' visit in
Southern California': ' '
Fred Anderson, who shot himself in
Albuqiietqiie last Week, died last
F. W. 8lsson left to-day on a busl
aesslriu to points along the Santa Fa
Pad tic east of here.
Shoes of nil kinds for infants, chil
dren, women and nieu, from 40 cents
p at the Cash Store.
Deputy Marshal Frank Morrell and
Joe limvles of Williams arrived on
Mo. 2 this morning.
Attorney T. G. Norris and master
William of Presort t were visitors here
SatuiUay and Sunday.
George Hoffman as administrator
IMS sold a cottage in tbe west part of
town to William Roden.
Hngb E. Campbell returned to-day
from Leering, la., where he bad been
with consignment of sheep.
Infants' shoes, 25o and up; ladies'
and men's tun shoes below cost. Re
pairing. At M. J. Bagnnll's.
F. J. Hoiihdei ffr has been on the
sick list the past two weeks, but is
able to b up and around now.
Major Sehwarz of Phoenix, nx-seo-retary
or the Board of Control, is
angling for trout on O.ik Creek.
You should se tho boys' suits, latest
patterns, from $1.76 to 5 60, at the
Cash Store before buving elswhern.
Mrs. Weatherfordof Weaiherford,
Texas, mother of J. W. and P. R.
Weatherfnrd, is here visiting her sons.
Resident Engineer R. B. Burns of
the Santa Fe ParlUn pa8ed through to
Williams I'ltesilay from Albuquerque.
B. M. SMMicer of Los Angeles, Cal.,
a luroinr resilient oi mis place, earn"
in Thursday on a business and pleas
George llocuiteruVr is Improving
his residence Iu Him western part of
town by the erection ,,f an addition
Mrs. U Babbitt and Pan! Verean p
arriven Friday from Cineiimali, O
Mr. Veivamp will spend some time In
E. V. Randolph left Friday for Pre,
colt to a'teml as a witness in an Im
port mil mining ea pending in Judge
L. H. Tolfiw, pi'niirietor of the
New Bink Hotel, Flagstaff, Ariz., is
at the Nnleau. L-is Angeles Times
The Western Union Telegraph Com
pany on fjeptemlier I will movn into
the hllllillilir ll'lW occupied by THB
We haw received a seasm ticket to
the Territnrlril Fair at Albuquerque,
whteli oeus ui Septemlwr 13 and con
tin ues for a week.
I). S. Lewis has purchased lots la
tbe west pHrt of th eily and has com-
meneed the urecilon of a dwelling
Iioush i hereon.
Arlle Anderson, stepson of T. F.
MeMillon. has liwn quite slek for the
pat ten ilats. Dr. D. I. Brannen is
Reenr let .liilw ami Dr. DuflMd will
'eive in ii c.iiiiie nf dns fur Flags! 'iff
to lllitil'lle fnf u ('ollpllt of ueels
Pliceliix (3el le.
M"liifMi ill e Mii.IhihIi idi hive I'm
eleiiliesl, i iresl. III isl coilteiiietll ini'lll
mm lie' lii totvii. Their meals are all
fr.y,n and of the finest.
Attorney A L. B.trry and Judge
J. N. Hunter f VVIIhams were look
in ? after business her Muiday before
tit B'tard of Su; -rvls'irs.
Mr. and, Mrs Cope of Phoenix. Miss
Graiv Dutioi and Miss VVihmIs. acmim-
paniod nv Joe La-kelt, visited tie
Moqitis and the snake diiuce, return
Mrs. D.,'.f. Brannen, Mrs. Robert
Munny and Miss Margaret Murray
spent several das at the Grand Can
yon nf the Colorado last week, return
The Santa Fe Paeltiii Onmpnnv liave
about seventy men euiplored at their
quarrlen uearHolbronk taking out rock
to be used In tho coiitiiH'l!on of Ihui"
dam at Selfcinau.
Mrs. F W. Smith visited her linn.
baud nt Williams buiulnv. Mr. Smith
will take charge of ilnig 8H-e to he.
soon established at Se.llginnu by Dr.
T, G. N'M'lis of Prescou has. solrt
bis residence: propei'ty liern on the
corner of Aspen aVeiido ami LnreAus
street to merchant J. W, Francis.
HlglMSt Honors-World's Fk,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair.
A Hn Qrsf Crtaa ef Tartar Pewesr.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
A whirlwind Friday caused the
frontdoor of Ihe New Bank Hotel,
which was standing ajar, to close with
such sudden forre as to demolliih the
costly glass Iu the door.
William H. Campbell has purchased
of Mrs. T. F. MeMillon six lots on
Lere.iux street, just west of E. S.
Clark's. He will ereet a handsome'
residence ou Ihe projierty.
Superintendent Smith of the West
ern Union Is Uete looking Hfter Ihe
removal ot the local olllce in the
Babbitt block to llm building t.ooupied
by Tbe Sun Dkuucuat.
The Riordaii-WnlkKr party, which
left here a .'oiiple of weeks ago for Ihe
snake dance, uuU to visit other points
In the vli'luliy of the Grand Caujou,
will return ah tit August 31.
11. C. Hojt of Chicago and A. C.
Vronmn of Pnsndena, Cal.. who have
been t tailing ihe Petilti.-d Forest, came
in Tuesdav ami left yusierdny for the
Grand Cunyon of Uih Colorado.
Charles Cattail ai rived Friday from
Albuqileique, liiiviug tiuinlutd putting
up the wire from l..s Angeles to Albu
qiterque for the Western Union. The
wire Is now neat I) 900 miles In length.
Clothing of nil kiwis made, lo order
Is a specialty with us. We have over
1000 samples of fall tihhU to select
from. Aierfect Ittgntrauteed. Pants,
4; suits, $16. KLAOsT.irrOAst!.vroKK
The subject of iiiiiruiiig sermon i n
Sunday at Presbyterian church, "Snu;
estious From the M'iil SuaL
Dance;" evening, "The Joy of TtusU'
H. P. CoitSEB. Pio-tor.
J.din McCarty, the well-known hun
ter and trapper. cnra' to town yester
day with a load of hides which he had
obtained from the wild animals which
abound in this vicinity. He sold tbe
lot fir $100.
Mrs. S. S. Acker returned Tuesda)
from Minnesota, where she had been
no a visit to relatives. Mr. Acker
came to town to ..teel her and they
left that afternoon fur their raucb at
J. U. Newman and wife leave Fri
day or Saturday for Lis Angeles, Cal.,
where th-j will make their future
home. Mr. Newin.tn is one of our
most nwrrpritiiiig uUiiwH and we are
sotry lo l"j- hbii. "
At a tegular mceiliiK of the Council
last week, a seteu-foot sidewulk whs
mdered cuiclrurted along Ihe
(title of Aspen avenue from
cisco street eastward to J
bin's livery stables.
N. F. Banta and wife arrived from
Preocott to-day by a trip overland.
He has been c nliectwl with the Pick
uud Drill, a mining paper publlNhed at
PrescotL Mr. and Mrs. llaula will go
upon iheir farm to live.
MomUv, September 6, being alepil
liolhlav (Labor da)."the teachers'
quarterly examination will be held on
Tuesday and Wednesday, September
7 and 8, 1897. N. U Laitoh,
Hon. W. O. O'Neill, mayor of Pres
colt, was a passenger ou No. 1 Fridsy
He was relurutii! from the Es-t,
where hu had been in the interest of
the copper mines ot the Grand Can
yon, and u tnilroad to that place.
A Holiness Band of Los Angeles,
Cal., pitched their tents near the
Court hoiisu Fiiday, and have been
holding nightly meetings since. The
attendance has beeu large and a num
ber '""ear to be interested iu tbe
Alex McDonald", a well-known Santa
Fe conductor Jat Needles, passed
through here Saturday on bis return
from a visit to Canada. He sajs
times are improving In tbe East aud
that section of the country seems very
Have you seen the new $12 suits at
Weatberford'sP They are English
worsteds, made tn the latest style of
motrhaut tailoring, with deep collars
aud wide sleeves, and are tiner than
any $18 suit ever sold here. The $6,
$8 and $9 suits received with this lot
are record-breakers for value.
Tbe taxpayers of Flagstaff will have
to pay $3.16 on eacb one hundred dol
lars worth of property exclusive nf
city taxes, and tbe taxpayers of Wil
liams will have to pay taxes at the
rate of $3.45 per hundred. This dif
ference is caused by the special levies
Id their reiptelire school districts.
All, or your share
Schillings Best tea is not only pure but it
is because it is fresh-roasted.
What is the missing word ?
Get Shilling's Best tea at your grocer's; take out the YelUw Ticket
(there is one in every package); tend it with your guess to address beloir
before August 31st
One word allowed for each yellow ticket
If only one person finds the word, he gets one thousand dollars. If.
several find it, the money will be divided equally among them.
Every one sending a yellow ticket will get a set of cardboard creeping
babies at the end of the contest Those sending three or more in one,
envelope will receive a charming 1898 calendar, no advertisement on it
Besides this thousand dollars, we will pay $150 each to the two persons
who send in the largest number of yellow tickets in one envelope between
June 15 and the end of the contest
Cut this out. You won't see it again.
Address: SCHILLING'S BEST TEA SAN FRANCISCO.
Preaching at tbe Methodist church1
by the pastor next Sunday. August 29.
Subject nf moruiug discourse, "The 1
I Am;" subject of evening discourse.
"Tim Hidden Power." All will be
welcome to these services.
C. P. Wilson. Pastor.
William Beer, librarian of the How
ard Memorial library of New Or
leans, who has been making a tour of
the interesting Indian country Iu
Northern Arizona, visiting tbe Moqui
village and seeing the snake dance,
arrived here Tuesday evening. He
will make the trip to the Grand Can
A horse race at the Fair grounds at
tracted tho attention of some of the
citizens lal Friday. A pony owned
b Janus Aver) of Helleinout and
Andy (L.ijm'u's little hiy mire were .
t . principals in the m-o-i hitt mllol
l uih. Qiito a little in iiiey was wa
gered ou the icstilt. The bay won by
a half dnreii lengths
'I lie Kingston public schools will
open ou next Monday, Augunt 30. The
following are the instructors for the
tnn. which will last ten months
D. A. Drew, principal; Miss Grace
Duiton, grammar department; Miss
Mtrv Henuessy, intermediate; Miss
Cora Finney, second primary; Mrs.
Florence Oluey, first primary.
Isaac T. Stoddard of Prescott, Con
gressman Clmiles A. Fowler aud son
Charles A. Jr.. of Elizabeth, N. J.,
and W. P. Stevenson of Eiselle, N. J.,
Hon. J, C. Adams, Mayor of Phoe
nix, and CharlesClark and Jack Woods,
who accompanied the parly, returned
'Iu sday evening .from Moqui village
where they had been to witness tbe
snake dance. Mr. Sloddnid and tbe
New Jersey parties left for their homes
Last Saturday Neal P.ttterson and
a parly of stghl-seers visited the Cliff
Dwellings and while there Mr. Palter
win iu handling a teiiiy-tvo caliber
target gnu accidentally dUch trged it,
the ball passing thrugli his light font,
Inflicting a painful wound. Dr. V. !
S. Robinson gavo him the needed
medical attention. It will be several
data before he can walk without
Tliu Innocents Ahmad" have been
outdone, An veye-wituess relates the
fdlowlug bit of his experience at the
Giaud Canyon of the Colorado! The
enthusiastic guide was very anxlou o
show tn party of Hew Englanders he
had tn tow the beautiful "Bridal Veil
Falls" a wonderful little cataract
that has a fall of over 200 feet, much
greater than Niagara. On reaching
the pretty falls, after quite a toilsome
little journey, imagine, the guide's
chaicrin on hearlnjr the lender of thai
party, a real "down East Yankee
woman," exclaim:" Well, is that all f
Just a stream of water falling down!
Why, any darn fool ought to know
that when the water is up there it
would fall DOWNt" Tbe guide didn't
say anything but muttered in the ear
of bis burnt: "Huh! I guess she ex
pected to see the water go up bill."
of it, if you find the
W. R. EDWARDS
EtstSl.i S11 Frusta) St, FUISTFF
Only$100Wueol irilerntory lor $60
AIISOLUTK V W'ffT I'KOOI'. ADJUST-
AUI.E HANDLE IIMts. WITH t'EOUIA
J. D. RAUDEBAUGH, AGENT, FLA8STAFF
J. G. MlbblGflN;
Brick and Lime.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Flagstaff Undertaking Pirlir
KDOAIl WHIPPLE. Manager.
A POLL LIKE OF FIHE tUHOQAHT AID,
ktEIAnUO GOmiS aid BURIAL E0BE3. .
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY.
EvorylUlax Up to Date,
ASBESTOS COm.Nd that afford Piotecttoat'
In AST climate.
t.n.l,Mmr,bvru IXptHssbcPar laMtt. TcRs
about Postal, DtoartSMntaV.nntms. JiHIm "4
othrrpMicemloTaMBts tO OtTAntlXM..
Prist 10s. FsrsttittMffUeftMBHr.
Cascarets Caodv Cathartic, the most wea
jarful modlcal dicoerr of the age, peas
ant aad refrcsbtnir to tie. taste, act .geaUy
aad nosIUvely on klilaeys, liver and howeis,
clcanslnif tbe entire ystnB, itoprl ceUa,
onre beadaei lever, babtteal cwisUpattem
aedblllousaese. Please buy aad try a b
ttcac. today; IS. St. 58 ceata. Msktssal
Rusnateed to ewe ky ait 4rai.
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