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VOL. XV. NO. tf.
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, TlI$SAy,"jgEPlEMBER 23, 197.
10c PER copy
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11RANNEN, PHYSICIAN AND
a. Klutfstun. Arlmn.i. Will n.
spond promptly to all calls from any point
on me Atlantis & Partite Railroad. Ofllce
ana Urujr More opposite the dtpot. Tolo-t
phones: Store. Ill: residence. 161
T S. ROIUNON.
M. 1).. PLARSTAri'.
Otflf ft HMll ...I4aA In tlm
ris-soyienan pnrbonngp. Telephone ,o. 41.
RromYo hours from to 11 a. mi a to 1 p. in.
. lonii. Ofllce,
1) . rtiAOSTAlT, A III
one druii rust rif 1'rv.t.
Telephone No. 31
OUNCH A JONES, ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW.
" Will practice In all the court in the Konrth
Jidlclal District. Land litigation a SPECIAL
TY. Offlce at court houae. Ugtafl", Artz.
ES. CLARK, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
i, Olllcu In tho llabbltt building-, Klajr
Maff, Arlroni. l'ructlco before the Laud
Department a spucally.
QSCAit gibson. ATTOUNKY-AT-tAW-
y Will practice In ill courts of the Tonrth
Judicial dftrlct. Offlc with K. 8. Uonej In
i. ILkklll k.llJI
A o. u. Y.-FLAGl5TAP !X)DaE,No n
rovm tOCON.NO. i. o. P NO. m.
V. luoels evt-ry Tutxlny evi nlni; InO A. R.
Mali. YUttliiK bretliren conllallr Invited to
atund. DR. 1.J, llllANNE.N. C. It.
TTLAGSTAIV I.ODOE. NO. T. V. k A
I lfi tut 1 1ll- imwitllKM nn l.i. (, U .)
iTuht ofr-uUi rAlcnrhir month lt Jlusoiitc
bVitl.n iffly lu"iJr,t'- JUU"""j to Clijc W and from tlieio to New Or-
J. OoTHHin tuvjio": Awta1ryPy,M'"!t,r' U'lXU Al l!, UlUW ctt' '"5 sl"t,!,ml
T.rM;,, xm .' ;.,l. h''oard a vessel which ho ducted .n
P of "tho World, "nieets'the'llrst and thli'd
Mondi h In I'ucli niont li. In tho 13. A. R Hull, f
iiiiiirpo crt'ieii-. rnniuiiiy niucoiiie.
T.8. HUNCH. CouimJ Com,
T. E 1'CI I IA, Chirk.
GA. R.-KFGULAR MFETINGS OK
. IUiimmii I'oit. (J. A. IL. No. 4. Ih'tmrt-
nuntot Arkoin. will In; hold In (1. A. lt.lmll
on M.C011U ana i nt SHtumar in each month.
K. It. JOM..". Commander.
E. II. Cmc, l'ot Adjutant.
JO. O. PKLCTA1 P LODGE. NO. It,
. ineoteery Friday vvcnluir In Masonic
all. VUltliiKbtcthiLn cordially Invited.
, , J. K. JONES, N. O,
3. h. DotoiiEBTr. Sctrctary,
OUNTAIN LODGE, NO. IS. K. OF P.
milts everv Wcduesdiv nlshtln tholr
astlo hull In G. A. It. hall. All vliltlng
Brolherlnvltidtoatti.ud.. -,-vvj , -r----"W.
A. MAYFLOWEIIC tt
V. II. UODI.K, IV. 01 H. s.
SATHOLIO CI1URC1I. REV. F. DILLY.
1'aMor. On Sundays: LowllaiiatV.JO
DCka.ni.; High Mass at 10 a.m. Sunday
Kcbool at 11 u. m. Kvenlui; Kervlces at 7'U0
B, m. On week dayit: Alaxs at 7 a. m.
n tho feecond Sunday of each month, prayer
nectlne at 10 a. m.: Sunday School at 11
.m. All cordially Invited.
FIRST M. E. CHURCH. CORNER OF
Church and Lareux Streets. O. P. WII
Min, I'adtor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Sundays; Bunday school at 10a. id.. Oscar
Olbson, Superintendent. Class ineetlnni at
13:16 p. m. Epworth Ltaguo 8.30 p. in.
Prayer tnoctlmj Wednesday evening at 7:30
T7IRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
jT North 8an Francisco street. II. P.
Corner, pastor, feabbath nervlcen: Preachlnz
II a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday scliool. 10 a.
m.: Y. P. H. 0. K. prayer meeting, 7'15 p.m.
Mld-wcek conference and prayer, Wednes
day evening at 8 p.m. A cordial Invitation
Is extended to all.
OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
Interest Paid orx Time
and Savings Deposits,
Drafts 3oltj Upoi)
All Foreign GoGijlries.
We have an Extensive Patronage and Cor
respondence throughout Arizona, and Invite
your Banking Business upon Liberal and
B. N, FBEEMAN, Freddent.
T. Ei POLLOCK, Vkw-Fmidiat.
PERIPATETIC DEAD BEAT.
A No. 1 Who I Inn Traveled Many
A No. 1 us ha ualM hiimnlf, rovolmi;
In tho distinction of bolng llio chaiupi
on dp.ul boat of tho world anivod In
tint city it'Blmday nftoruoon, tin lonto,
lm siys from Pottlaod, Oru., to tho
City of MhxIcoJ and fnim thuro to Now
Ynik. Whllo adailttlii that ho is a
turnip, In a sonao, A No. 1 travels
with coin of tho icnlru iu his pockets
and pis for ovoothinjjj ho jjots mtvo
tiuiixpoitation, and thoroiu lies his
J claim to notoiiot. During tho ptst
oltivon jais he luts travelod 875,000
, , , , , ,
miles, 95.000 of which have boon by
water, hioiy poitinn of tho Globo
Imi bcfii visited, and ijko tho Wanilor
ing Jew, A No. 1 never stops ho is
fox-vet- on tho mom.
Inappeatanco tho champion dead
""'"IMUly built jouth of 22. ne..t in
person and a Jl
. , , 4 . ,
to li! id I-U'lich
I , .0i,i!..
110 I'll KIT. nu CI HUH
descent, and to h ivis
imit'iiN lesliliii'' in ban rr.tnciseo,
' When but 11 je.tis old ho rati awn
uotu liomu ouo uiv ntul beit his
Helle, Iliitisll llondlir.is
point ho el dun to h m umdo his way
oMilmnl to Ginteiii ill, ihencu to the
City of Mexico, and dually hick to the
United Slates, a 1,200 milettip.
lly this time the iioui idle spiut had
iH'ttn Iiniily est.blihed, .mil ho con
tinned his waiuleiins. In August,
1891. he eslablislied a lecnid for beat
ing his way across the coutiueut. m ik
ing llie distanco fiom New Yoik to
Shi Francisco iu olevou ilavs, six
hours. Ho weirs a. badge ,KJyundi'
the l'oiico uazutto cointiieinor.itio ot
tho event. Asia, Afiica, tho Islands
of the Atlantic and Pacilic, Kuropo
aud India, have all been visited. Al
though stai ting without education, A
No. 1 now speaks aud writes six lan
guages. When traveling he wears
overalls and blouse to protect his cloth
ing, so that whon ho strikes a town ho
presents a neat appearance
From tills city ho will go direct to
1 Paso, thenco to Mexico and Vera
Cruz, aud by steamer to New Yoi k.
His plans fuither thin this are un
settled, and ho will move on as circum
stances indicates. A No. 1 claims to ho
in teccipt of an allowances fiom his
parents, aud besides to in iko some
thing by conespondlng for newsna-
peis. Whilo proud of his distinction
as a dead beat, ho claims to pay nil
other bills, and meiely travels because
he can't help it lie must be continu
ally on tho go. Los Angeler Herald.
Mure Tlmn Ho llnrtrnlned For.
Jopkins had lead someuheio that
if a woman got hold of a newspaper
with a clipping cut out of it, she would
never rest until sho had ptocured a
complete paper nml toad tho missing
item. Tiiis stiuck Jopkins as a very
shrewd and Machiavellian plan of ex
posing this wellknowu weakness of
lovely womiu, and ho resolved to put
it into pactice.
, So that night, whon ho wont home
from tho office, thcio ostentatiously
protruded from his coat pocket tho
day's paper, from which ho had neat
ly cut a paragraph referring to tho
rings of Jupitor, or somo such mat
ter. He threw the paper to one side In a
carcloss way, and after supper he noted
with an unholy gleo that Mrs. Jopkins
had secured it and was running her
eyo over the bargain ads., working her
way, after the manner of her sex,
through the personals, marriage notes
and back to the telegraph dispatches.
Presently Jopkins observed a sadden
and suspicious frown overcast her face.
She had come upon the hiatus made by
the waggish penknife. Jopkins rev
eled with internal hilarity, bat pre
served an'outward appearance of inno
My dear," said Mrs. Jopkins, lay-
Ait l-. -
to iiiii oicr to MiKtUipklii' a min
ute. I won't b roit loii'T."
Sim wont over tlhH,oppisito neih
Ikii'd mid while s,Trj0Re 'p'ius
bad lols of fun
fun. JM,Crtlnij b tck pres
opkiiM njHwd sIhj carrii-d
tniLlv nml .1
another paper ui)der:Rhh- shawl. Sho
went up stalls iindppkins leaned
o.icK in ins cuuir una simciic all over
"IJcst joko I veftgo off,)
to hlmanlf. 'Won't she" he'ai
I M her." "J ,
Mis. Jopkins regained upstairs
about twentv mliiutt--''atid whun she
came uown siio imijija, ucrtiiat ami
.... . l r 'THtiJt'P.V'.
biicui. in ess uuu uiiiihii
It, bis knees
i. ..i. i. i . 'V. .:1'
Diiana itiiuij iiu iimnrM
Wh wheto nro'l,
,-" . ... .
r . '
'Wheiiiam I gpftg!
snin ins wue.
"lou want to Know:
rfti.I. nm nrf,
ing, oti deceitful, dimeMuable. uiulei-
handed, depravcd,vraluous, brutal
uiiked, unpiincipledewHdaloiij, aban
diintd monsteil i'mjroing, ioiiio' to
my fuller." Ii?3f
Wh i what's i(!HMfttloiP" said
Jopkinv iS jw
"hook at tint!" saidws. Jopklual
thrusting tho pap-'r in Uh fiue. "Cut
It out to iihl
think I fvci'
lid you? To
lug (lit paper gentlyTa-yde, ,..l'm going
Jj,t' "181 cnisseti mu lino oi'ioie ivv
tni.ielMu)1iili...!'Mi)tHlu.ljl(.k).IS swo1H.(i (llliril ,,,,
hm$ her liiijcr
polntMlandu.nl: JM& m
, '-After tile iieifitr&iiiiio of "Tliu
. : &tscl tfsitf
clien ho iiitle upperT!vfgleii
le uling acti pi uy a luvysof tli
"vxiinikiKMi i,-vu,,ih ,i,iivj iv in-
ii.nii uiir.ii.. i. i .j ..;;,!. 1 ...tit.. .. "..T
en to the
uiiiers. A piomliietit mj'icliaut whoso
iiailiu tvu nilllUOKI. IS Still IU ll.HO CUl
up some high jinks tnUlie
Wo Wonder jf tliHeslJiuuplc
ing wlfu knew of hlSfWUreibouw.'Jji
A cold sbiverrS&V'erTJdpklB
no wns iunictiui,tOUMMi MCgieetauM
lean lutromcr sine ot llio clipping
wheu ho cut it out. He, began to ex
plain and tho niilkmtn sayi ho wis
still at it when he called with his teg
ular mm ulug supply of chemicals.
As Mis. Jopkins was seen a week
later wearing an elegant new silk
dt ess, to say nothing of a "diuani of
a bonnet," it is presumed that tho
matter was satWfactoiily ariauged.
Make the Most ot Yourself.
It is tho duty of every man to make
tho most of himself. Whatever his
capacities may be, lie is sure to find
some place wheio he call be useful to
himself aud to others. But ho cannot
real It his highest usefulness without
good health and lie cannot h ivo good
health without pine blood. Tho blood
ciiculatis to every oigm and tissue
and when it i? pure, licit aud healthy
it cai lies health to eiitito system, but
if it is iinpuio il scatteis disease
wlioiever it flows. HooiVs Sirsapa
lilla is the nno tuio blood purilier. It
ctiies salt lheiiin, sciofula, catarrh,
dyspepsia and lheiinnl'sin because
these diseases have their origin in tho
For thoo who wish to learn of tho
happenings of tho woi Id, tho newspi
peis of tho present day aio worth
many times as much to tho reader as
they were forty years ago. Yet, In
spito of their incicase in slzo and cost
liness of nows given, they are sold for
a sum that would havo been impossi
ble then. In war times tho gioatcst
dallies were mainly four or six pages,
and sold at from 3 to 5 cents. Now
they run fiom eight to sixteen pages,
and while 2 cents Is tho standard price
many sell for 1. But thero are still
certain great newspapers in the world
that have never lowered their prices.
Chiel of these is the London Times,
the most influential daily paper in the
world, whose subscription price is $28
a year, single copies selling for 6 cents.
In Paris the venerable Gallgnanl's
Messenger costs subscribers $20 a year
and buyers 8 cents a copy. The most
costly general newspaper in the Uunl
ted States is tbe Spanish dally, tbe
Novedades, published in New York at
6 cents a copy.
VISITS HIS 0WJN GRAVE.
On July 16 the assisant postmvtci
genenl appointed A. W. Hall post
m ister at the village of Trailing Post,
this county, say a Li Cygne (Kan ,)
cot respondent iu St. Louis Post-Dis-pilch.
Tim only lenuikablo thing
about tiiis transaction is th.vt, aceoid
Ing to the war depaitment1 recoids,
Mr. Hall is dead aud tho government
has discharged lis oblig itions towai ds
him by placing a tombstone over the
place whmo he is supposed to be
The town of Trailing Post Is within
three miles of tho Missouii state line.
During the war Mr. Hill, then a young
man, enlisted iu the union army aud
saw considerable Inegulir service
lighting the. bushwhackers, who
swaimed over llio country and terror
ized tho inhibit int. Oi'tdiya com
cany of ten soldiers, of uliom Hall
was olio, and an ollleir wero dn tilled
from a compuiy of scouts to cross llio
statu lino and folate for provisions.
the Kins is settlers hiving been pil
laged tiii'il nothing wis left. Iludlr
i. ..i .1.... . , .. .. . .vr.
ami ciptuied iIi.mii. tVithout a mo
ment's hesit itloti tho cipliln of tbe
guerrillas ojileied their execution.
They tieio taken to lint summit of a
laigo mound about u milo west of the
Hint anil xhot down like dogs. Hull
fell with llio lest, shot through the
head, but did not
ana ueai a ins executioners niscusi mo
adtibitbility of w wting another round
i , .. .
of ammunition. Largo numbets of
Union mini weio iu the vicinltv ami tho
uBSaraudetS-. jnaile-cliavt av to' reeross the
lino and seek sifely farther east.
sIall was fonud by fi lends, was tak
en cine of and recovered, but was le
poited as killed to the wardepirtment.
To this day ho Is known over tho
country as "Possum Hill." His dead
comrade were bulled about two miles
from Trading Post, and a few years
ago the government erected a slab to
mark the graves, bearing1 Mr. Hall's
name, in udditiou to tiio.su of tho dead
Thus it happens that if the postmas
ter so desires ho can lido out and visit
his own giavo and lead the iccord of
Sisters Or Some Use After All.
To the buiness office of a newspa
per, the other morning caino a small
boy to buy pipets. Ho was accompa
nied by his lllllo sister, who waited
for him at the door. , Tho boy had old
pipers which ho wanted to exchange,
but ho h id ono more piper thin tho
I imif. allowed, and llio cleik lefused to
exchange tli it ono. Tim boy did not
protest against thu decision, but pi o
cecded to atrango his pipeis. The
cleik, looking out, saw tho Iiitle girl.
' "Is that jour sistet?" ho called to
Yes," siid the youngster.
"Well," siid the cleik good mi
turedly, "I guess I'll exchange that
oxtia paper for you."
The newsboy took tho p iper and
stai ted out of the door,
"Urn," ho said thoughtfully, "si?-ja
tors aro some good after all."
LEVI STRAUSS & GO.
FACTORY' SAN FRANCISCO -CAt.
OVIRAUS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTlf
tVf RV 4ARMCNT OUARANTCtO.
MPIOV OVVft 390 OlltM.
I Royal makw the food part,
wboleinie m4 deHele .
eovai mown owxa oo., wgwyox.
LVInbratHd for Its jrre it leavening strength
and healthfulneos. Assures the food ajtr.lust
alum and all forma of adulteration common
to the cheap brand. ROYAL BAKINO
POWDER CO- NMV YORK.
Odd Items About Money.
Pm retain coins were for a long time '
current in Slum.
Tho Ijondtm peoplp ,ii o computed to
spend G.O00.O00 daily.
'Ihn weilth of Xmv Yoik glows by
The notes f the Btnk of Kngland
cost ab nit 1 cent each. 4iS3.'
A silver coin is used in eurroncy'forf
twenty -seven yeirs. ? 4
i . '
Stand ird gold coiiiiius 11-12 of lino '
met it ,inil.i-t2 of alloy. ,
Only 37 per cent of tho gold iu cur-
icncy is o llio proper weight.
Tin' present cent is composed of 95
puts of copper, 4 of tin and 1 of zinc.
L'nther m mey cirnil itol iuj Russia
8oiecently as tho timo of Peter the "
Ijrreit. f v
U js iiillhatrr(i,n'avefage-l
etch cent in ciictilaliou changes bauds
11 timds a week.
Tho amount of money actually in
circulation In this country is estimated
to be $1,600,000.
Two hundred and fifty thousand dol
lars' worth of gold Is added to the
woi Id's stock every week.
At tho last census a number of peo
ple described their religious faith on
their census paper as dollars and
On ovory quarter turned out the
miht mtkes 9 prolit of about 5 cents.
On every ton of pennies produced there
is a profit of over $1,200.
Tlie head of Liberty, which adorns
tho silver doll.ns, is a reproduction of
tho features of a beautiful young school
teicher of Philidelphia. ,
The 1 tigestgold coin in oxistenco is
said to bo the gold ingot of Annan), a
lilt, inuuil piece, woith abou $325, tho
viIuh being wtitlen across it in India
In Fiji tho coinage consists chiefly
of wli lie's teeth, those of greater val
ue being died red. Tho natives ex-
ch ingo twenty white teetli for ono led
one, as wo cnango nickels lor one
In somo of tho great dopntment
stores of Paris thero is in operation
for tho convenience of .customers a
moving stall case in tho shapo of an
endless leithcr belt transferring them
frem ono sloiy to another. It is called
liansfening carpet. Endless belts
of canvass have been used for somo
time for conveying packages from one
part of a store to another.
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