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Advertising ratci given upon application.
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Thi Son-Democrat li pleased to contribute
public matters, bnt all notice of festivals,
alra. meetings of societies, suppers, enter
tainments and mention of marriages, birth
and death beyond the regular announce
ment, will be chanted for at regular rates.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7,, 1897.
Yavapai county has $28,217.86 in
Boj's school suits front $1.75 tip at
Flagstaff Cash Store.
Harry Scott, sheriff of Apache coun
ty, wax here the lirst of the week.
Take your watch and Jewelnry re
pairs to J. A. Maurer at tho postolQco.
W. (!. Dickinson moved his family
from the Verde valley to Flagstaff last
Foil SAtE 200 head of rann, be-
lonjrlng to J. D. .Newman. Apply to
E B. Newmau.
Attorney T. S. Bunch left Filday for
St. Johns to be In attendance at (lis
tiict eouit thern I his weeK.
Mrs. David Russell of liellcmout wa
visiting in Iho city Monday and while
bete made this office a business call.
When In need of a bat ou can get n
better selection in quality, style and
price at the Cash Store than eisowhere.'
Mrs. Thomas Howe left Monday for
Chicago, Winnie, where she will visit
relatives aud friends for the next six
Mis. M. E. Ilageiman nnd her two
children left Tuesday for Dallas, Tex.,
wher she will spend the winter with
relatives and friends.
Mohlenpah & Muderslmeh h.tve the
cleanest, nicest, most convenient meat
inaiket in town. Their meats are nil
fresh and of the tlnest.
Dr. W. S. Robinson and Ills estlrua
Me wife returned from California lust
week after enjoying their honeymoon
in the land of flowers.
Monday was a sensational day iu
ilagstali. Jhreo buildings were
burned, one Mexican killed and a few
"acratis" besides other cxciteablu
Attorney T. G. Norils of Prescott
passed through Satin day on No.. 2 on
liis way to attend the dUttict court at
St. Johns which convened there last
Don't Make Ant Mistake. You
can bin Levi .Strang's full riveted
overalls nt J. W. Weathei ford's for
OOu a pair, but not the XX which aro
Jus. It. Wllliard of, Cottonwood was
in the city Tuesday and wns complain
ing about not icccivliig The Sun-Dkm-ocnnT
regular. Hereafter wo will
writu his address so loud that the pa
p -r can't go estray. .
United Stales District Attorney for
Arizona, E. E. Ellinwood, who has
been trying to leslgn his, office for
home time, leturued Monday from the
Koiitbeni p.trt of the Territory where
ho lias been doing duty' for Uncle Sam.
Fiaiik IIochdcifTer won fiesh laurels
in the 111 ii Monday morning as bead
uozzlemuu, and for his energeliu and
well-diieclcd management nnd work
on the above occasion caused Julius
Aublnnuit to open his purse and pre
aint him the hatufoumc sum of twent)
Hairy Zuek, a former citizen of this
town, and who served ono term as
dlsulct attorney for this county a few
j ems ago, is now attorney for tho en
tcrpiising littlo city of Tempo. Mr.
Y.wk U a talented young man, and
Tempo is to no congratulated on secur
ing tho legal services of this gentle
man. There will be an important meeting
of tho Arizona Wool Growers Asso
ciation Saturday ovening, Oct. 1G, at
8 p. m., at tho New Bank Hotel. It
'is desired that all members of tho as
sociation and all parties Intorcstod In
heep and wool growing be present.
F. W. Sisson, President.
Magic laiitera.e.xhibHlnu to-morrow
Try Schilling's But tea tad baking powder.
Mrs. Coin of Walnut was shopping
in the city yestet day.
Sixty cents for Levi, Strauss & Co.
overalls at Flagstaff Cash Store.
Henry Ash unit of Williams came up
Saturday lo visit with his parents.
District court for Apache county
wt'll convene at Holbrook ou the 18lh
of this mouth.
Attorney J. E. Jones departed for
St. Johns Sittuiilur to mingle with the
courtiers there this week.
for freshest cuts in beaf, mutton,
vral and pork, go to Mohlenpah &
The finest and onlr oimpletusiock of
Men's FuriiUliliig Goods, Clothing and
Shoes iu towu at the Flagstaff Cah
We expect to have new ink roller
before our next issue If so, we will
furnish our readers with a better print
Sunday services at M. E. church:
Sunday school 10 a. m.; class meeting
at 11 a. m.; song service at 3 p. m.;
Epworth League tt7:30 p. ra. Ereiy-
b uiy invited to these services.
Mrs.,T. E. PiiIIIhiii and children nnd
Mr. Pondley left Tiu-slav for kn ex
tended visit to their old home. Mrs.
Pulliam and children goes lo Beny
ville, Ark., and Mrs. Pendley to Green
J. R. Wallace, GuoigH McDowell,
Ed. Randolph, Jack Arnolds and Ben
Honey came up from the Littlo Color
ado river the first of the woek and'
shipped three carlotds of qattlo (.un
signed to W. J. Babbitt at Dodge City,
Last Monday the Board of Supervi
sors f.ir Mai icopa counlv counted the J
money iu the county treasury, which
footed up 140,128.63. Tho Bptrd of
Supervisors of this county didn't waste
any time In counting the money iu our
George Gibson, wife and Albert
Meardxris who have been stopping at
Las Vegas, .N. M., for somu wn-ks
came iu to-day and will locale here for
an indelinlto time. Mr. Gibson is n
brother in-law of our townsman C. S.
Deuton, being Mrs. Denton's brother.
Rev. Asa Adams and family of the
Holiness Baud, who have been bidding
Interesting meetings here for the past
month, left yesterday for the Verde
valley .wheiu they will slay for some
time. This family made many fi lends
duilng their stay here who will ex
Jend to tlium n hearty welcome on
their return next spiing.
Julius Aubliienu made himself solid
with our lire department this week by
presenting the file department through
Mayor J. W. Francis with a check for
fifty dollars. If u few moro enter
prising aud public-spirited men would
follow the example of Mr. Attblneau
our lire department would be fully
equipped and a credit to Flagstaff.
Ono price shoes, warranted shoes,
money back shoes, .in green, chocolate,
ox. blood and black, aud in all Ihe new
styles. Coin Bulldog and English toes
for men, women and children at the
Flagstaff Cash Store.
Subject for sermon next Suml.iy
morning at the Preshyteiinn church
will bo The Christian Idea." In Hie
evening tin: pastor will give a talk en
tilled Thought from across the Con
tinent and back." Thqevenlngservieo
will conclude with a Merenptieon en
tertainment iu vhlrh eighteen pictures
will be given illustrating bible scenes.
These pictures mo copies of paintings
made by Ihe best nriisls and will pioto
very Interesting. H. P. Coksek.
Miss Belle Van Deren, daughter of
James Van Deren, recoived a cut on
tho head Inst Friday which opened a
Llood vessol nnd tho wound bled very
copiously beforo the arrival of tho
physicians. The accident happened in
this way. Her brother, much younger
than herself, went to throw a hatchet
on top of tho roof of tho house and he
throw It Willi such force that it wont
over the hpu.se i.ml struck his sister on
tho head. When he went around tho
house lo tho opposlto sldo be was as
tonished and tcrrnr-stricken to find his
alster iusenslbio and laying in a pool j
of blood as he didn't 'know she was
outside the bouse. i
A Mexican Killed.
About 6 o'clock Monday afternoon
Cornello Hortegon, a Mexican 'lad
about sixteen or seveuloen years of
age. shot uud mot tally wounded a
Mexican named' David Frlgillo. 1'hn
shot entered the back uear the should
ers aud came out mi Hie upper lefi
breast. The wounded man only lived
a ft w hours. The vei diet of the cur
oner's ,Jury was that the deceased
came to his death bj gUu shot wouud
received at the bauds of Cornello Hor
tegon. Immediately after the shootlug Cot
nelio Uoitegoii aud bis mother were
ai rested and placed m jftj, yMter
day they had a preliminary examina
tion befoie Justice of the Peace J. C,
Milligau and euulrheld lo await the ac
liou of the giaud jmy. Ooniclio was
ttduiitled to ball iujilie turn of $5,000,
wuicu ue iniieu ui'givo ami was re
iii.iude'd lo j ill. kis mother was ad
mitted to bail liftlie sum of $1,000,
which she gav and was released.
Repot t g.tve It off thai the deceased
weut to ibis MexicHU woman's hou e
and that she wanted him io leave aid
told her son to kill him and that her
sou shot him as afore-staled.
Mnko tlte .Most ot Yourself.
It Is, t he duty of ev. ry m in to make
fie most of ll rnself. Whatever Ids
capacities may be, lie is sure to find
.Hie pbu-e where he can he ueful to
h myelf ami to ollieis. But he cannot
le.teh his highest usefulness without
jood health and lie eannol have good
health without pure blood. ' The blood
eireillates to every orgnn and tissue
and when it ir pine, licli and healthy
it eaines liiallh In eiilire stem. but
if It is linpuie it setitters disease
wherever it flows. Horn" Sarsapa
rilla is the one true blond purifier. It
cures salt rheum, rrrofuhi, ratarth,
dyspepsia and iheumai'sm because
these diseases have their origin in the
The Santa K Pacific railway com
pany hatrn placed their roadbed, sid
Hacks, yards ami depot grounds iu
Aiizonain lirst-claxs ciiiiditinii except
that the Flagst-ilf dep it-rouo Is uieds
improving and beauUtviug. Flagstaff
station, or depot, Is the most iuiwir
tallt oiitt between Albuquerque, New
Mexico, ami L is Angeles. C Oiforuie,
and as such deserves fountains, parks
and well-kept grounds.
In its present eouditi'W it presents -t
barren, desolate appetraneo and is not
in keeping with tint eiitei-priss of this
groat rallrotd comptiiy; b-sbles the
profit of Ihe trallu derived from this
growing little city' would a thousand
limes more than compensate tht rail
road company for the oxpHiiditurti iu
improring and beautifying ihe yards
and depot grounds.
The lown of Flagstaff deserves u re
spectable depot, yards and grounds,
and we feel confident that Hie S.mla
Fit Pacific company will give Hits im
portant matter attention as soon as
practicable, and that the (lav will not
bu far distant when Flagstaff can boas t
of ihe nicest l"p t grounds of nnv
town in Arizona.
Mackintoshes. Rubber coats and
slickers fninV$2.00 up at Flagstaff Cash
A m'tgio. laiilern iixhibltioii. will be
given Frid.ty nljlit Oct. 8th, in the
chapel in the ErupH'iu High School
building fur the benefit of tho school.
Am nig the views will be rhown the
Grand Ctnyon, CIKTs. Ctves, Petrified
Forest, Yosemlte V-tlley, C.l Yollow
Stone Pirk. Wynmlii'. and omc
views. Admission 10 cents.
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Purs drape Cream ofjartir Pewfcr.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Brown ticket in every package of Sctil
lings Best baking powder.
Yellow ticket in every package of Schil
lings Best tea. wr
Schilling's Best baking powder and tea art
because they are money-back.
WWs the mbthis; wordr-siot
I ttt art Hie.
Gsjt StkiUimg'i Bttt ksakiac rowdcr or tea at your grecm'; Uke oik tb
ticket brwn ticket la very ckage of baUaz powdr; ytllow ticket to Cfc
tea); mas! a ticket with each word to address below before December jtat
Until October tstk two word allowed tor every ticket; after that only ear '
word for every ticket. ,
If only one person fie the word, that pero fete faooooo; if several fed:
it, fseoo.00 will be equally divided ajnoeg than.
Every one sendm a brows or yellow ticket will receive a set of cardboant
creepiaf Uhm at the ead of thtcosteet. Those acudiaj three or more in ar
envelot will receive an 1898 pocket calendar-no advtrtwtaf on it Tlieser
eraephic babies and socket calendars will be didereat troam (be ones oseiedist
h astt eastctL
Better cut these rules out. ,,
Addrtv: MONEY-BACK, SAN FRANCISCO.
Union Teaohera' Agencies of America.'
Itrv. I.. I. Hnn, I). II. M'nVr.
Pitlsbuiir. Pa.. Toniuto, Can.. New Oileans, I.a., New Yoik, N. Y.. Washing
I). C, San Francis Cal., Chicago, III., St. Louis, M .. D.mver. Col.
There nie llioiisailiU of p ifitiniiH to lie filled during tin- school term, caused
by leslgiiHlinli, di alii. He. UV had over 8,000 vacancies situ tiu tin' past,
xea'oii. Uiiqiialllli-d fai-ilitips for placing le.ieher-111 i-rj pin of the U. JR.
and Canada, as ovi r 9.5 per cent, of those who reixtercd before Augnt se
cured h1i ions. Une fee legislers in 9 offices. Ad'liens nil iipplicalious to
Pillftbiiig. Peiiustlvaiii.i. ,
KIKK! KIKE!! A ITK.N I ION ! ! !
Having the misfoiiune of bi-ing
burned mil I will again bo roady for
biisliieKS.iu a few ilavs. 'I hauWiug 311U
for past patiomige and hoping ou
will continue the name, I remain
Yours UeHiei'i fully
" , J. P. Aksolds,
Watchmaker ami Jeweler.
Card of TliaukH.
To the Flagstaff Fire Department
aud those who nobly did their duty
al the lute tire, extend my most
heaitfelt tli.iuks and my lasting giati-
tUlle J CUC3 AUBINKAU.
I will piy $5 reward for ihe delivery
to me al Flagstaff, Atiz., 011 Cal roll's
r.iucli. for a certaiu roan horse colt,
bruuded K.N on left sboiildev.
; to receive The
please uotify the
Stockholders of Hie Gieen Valley
Mining; Co. aie hereby untitled that a
meeting of the same will be held at
ihe office of Ihe secielaiy, E. S. Gos
ney, iu Fiasiaff, Arizona, ou Ojlober
1GM897, ut eleven o'clock a. 111., for
the election of a board of director
and other important business.
A few weeks ago the editor was
takeu with a very severe cold lh.it
caused him to be iu a most miserable
condition. It was undoubtedly a bad
case of la giippe and recognizing it as
d.ingcrous hu look Immediate steps lo
bilug about a speedy cure. From the
advertisement of Chamberlain's Cough
llemedy and the many good recom
mendations included Iheiein, we con
cluded to make a first trial of the
medicine. To say Hut il was satis
ftctory fit its results, is putting it
very mildly, indeed. It acted like
mnglo and the result was a speedy aud
permanent cute'. We have no hesi
tancy iu recommending this excellent
Cough remedy to anyone afflicted with
a cough or cold iu any form. "The
Banner of Libeity," Llbertytowu,
Mart land. The 25 and 60 cent sizes
for sale at Dr. D. J. Bratiuen's drug
A now stock of fall shirts and under
wear was oponcd this week at the Cash
SAFE, akswutU StkiUmft Bttt taUsc
W. R. EDWARDS
FattSidi Sib Fraiclsco SL FUEST1FF
Only$100Wheel inTerritory for$6(?
ABSOLUTE) Y DUST l'KOOK. AIWUST-
ABI.SI1ANDLR-1IARS. WITH PEOKIA
J. D. RAUDEBAU6H, A6ENT, FLAGSTAFF
e e e
Brick and Lime.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Flagstaff Undertaking Parltrc
EDGAR WHIPPLE. Manager.
A FOIL LINE OF FINE MAH00AHT
METALLIC C0FFIH8 sad BUEIAL K0BG&.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY.
Everything Up to Dute.
ASBESTOS COFFINS that afford Pi owe t teas
la Ar climate.
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