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title: 'The Flagstaff sun-democrat. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1896-1897, November 18, 1897, Image 3',
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Alt contracts and bills (or ndvottUlng py-
We monthly. . ., .
Adrertlnlnft rntoa given uponvanpllc&tlon.
Buslnem locals 10 cents per line for first In
sertlon, and 8 cents per Una for each subao
Th 8um-Dkochac1s pleased to contribute
public matters, but all notices of festivals,
Mrs. meetings of societies, suppers, enter
tainments and mention of marriages, births
a'ld deaths beyond tho regular announce
mont;itlll bohargod for at regular rates.
.THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1897.
The Grand Canyou mines ro com
ing to tbo front.
Boy's school suits from f 1.75 upat
Flagstaff Cash Store.
Takoyour watch anil jowclery ro-
. I'nlra (o J. A. Mauror at tho postofflco.
John B. Jones, ono of Williams
Mibstaulial citizens, was hero Monday.
Tho sidewalk on East Aspen Ave-
into should bo, built boforo tho suow
'Mackintoshes, Robbor coats arid
(iickois from 2.00 up at Flagstaff Cash
J. C. Mllllgau'a new hrlck'dwclllng
on west Aspen Aveuue is uearlug com
pletion. -," It rains uu tho just as well. as on
: tho unjust, for wc bad a nice shower
Go to G. H. Collin's for fresh oys-
tors, celery, cranberries and lino
T. J Ross ami family left Mouday
i for Phoenix whero they will spend tho
. .coming winter.
Flagstaff will not only havo another
. 'railroad in a few months, but sho will
also have a smelter.
, Dr. Perrlo, a largo sheep grower of
; Williams, was looking after business
.matters hero Monday.
Attorney James Loy will soon have
a neat brick ofliuo. Tho brick masons
commenced laying brick this week.
When In need of a liat jou can get a
better selection In quality, stjle and
price ajf tho Cash Store than elsewhere.
Ihe Santa Fo Pacific railroad com-
&4m . .....
kpany'are arranging to move- mo uivis-
jjunjUeadquarters from Gallup to W'lus-
r,WIlliamE. Hochderffcr and family
departed lor Eldorado, California,
.today, -where they will reside in the
.,-. ' future.
Lost A tan capo belonging to Mrs.
ji", N. A. Cameron, on tho pump houso
?"L road. A liberal reward will bo paid
l""i for tho capo at this cilice.
hi--. Moleupah & Mudcrsbacb havo the
? t cleanest, nicest, most convenient meat
& ''. market iu town. Their meals aro all
, fifsh anrt of tho flncst.
! ' .i'l'liq. important Interprises that aro
V ' booked for Flagstaff' nest summer aro:
" "" Waterworks, utreet cars, a railroad to
the Grand Canyon and a smelter.
" " A now lino of Giesecko boots and
shoes just received at Wcathcrford's
i'v, Gents Furnishing Store. Your moucy
JM.back or a new pair if theydon't pleaso
It Is claimed that native coppor has
.been found in tho llradshaw m,oun
BV.jF.ana Tf la InVnn fmm thn fri-miml
In solid nuggcU and in leaf like
v One prico shoes, warranted shoes,
money back shoos, iu grepn, chocolate,
ox-blood and black,' and in all tho new
Blyles. Coin Bulldog and English toes
rfor men, women and children at the
' Flagstaff Cash Store.
fi ' Tho Arizona Lumber & Timber Co.,
U ' "'Pi'P FpP,acln8 MlB oljl trcs on the Mln-
;..cral Bej railroad which they now
v own, witlr new sawed tics. This
lAcompany is prepaiiug to do a business
fJnoxt year that will ocllpso tho record
siofany .five proceeding years in tbo
$ company's history.
'i John Sherwood, father of Misses
iMaud mud, Stella, two young Jndies,
irquttb well known and popular iu our,
4 clty,v slopped over for n day oitwo on
Vlils way to St. Johns from Flagstaff.
Mr. Suerwood will remain in St. Johns
until after tho holidays, when he will,
fetpr" to Flagjtaff and probably tako
tins family Winslow Mali.
.J. W Wcathcrford, tho popular
L'ftnts funil8hlnc jroo'ds dealer on
ront street, has addcd.another lot to
Valuable lots on the corner of
"Laroux streot and Aspen avonud,
near tho M. E. church. Ho mado
this purehaso Tuesday1 from J. J
DonaUue. M Wcathcrford now not
only.has an, ideal location, but ho pro
poses to erect Vthrco story building
on theso lots 'that will ' surpass any
building for beauty, dcslgu and fluish
.. Jjetwceu Albunnerque.l.'Nevvv Mexico,
Mjod'Los Angeles, Uallfornia.' '-.
Swoot apple cider at Coflln's.
Ready mado suits from (5 up at
Flagstaff, will 'have thousands of
visitors next year.
Sixty cents for Levi, Strauss & Co.
overalls at Flagstaff Cash Store.
A small wreck'aV'WHHamsyeBlorday
morning delayed the flyer a short
i Dr. D. J. Branuen returned from nn
exteuded business trip in tho east
Fred Hochderffcr, who holds a rail
road position at Waluut, spent Sun
day in the city.
M. U Nowman and family have
moved into tho rosldence,f ormerly oc
cupied by Mr. O'Dell.
The Epworth League havo invita
tions out for a young people social at
tho Methodist Parsonage tonight.
Thanksgiving turkoys, chickcus and
ducks, oysters, celery, cranberries and
vegetables of all kinds at Coflln's.
For freshest cuts in beaf,, mutton,
veal and pork, go to Mohlenpah &
Henry Asliurst the young attorney
of Williams was in the city Tuesday
and mado Ibis office a social call..
They were bought beforo the raise
and Weatherford can beat 'em all
now because his pants aro down.
J. E. Joucs has been looking after
legal matters this week along the lino
of tho railroad as far west as Ash
Tho flncst and only complete stock of
Men's Furnishing Goods, Clothing and
Shoes in town at the Flagstaff Cash
Tho opera house at Winslow is being
remodeled and tho stage enlarged so
as to make amplo stago room for first
Prof. Douglass, of tho Lowell Ob
servatory, who has boon spending sev
eral months in California, relumed to
aur city yesterday.
11. P. Spencer assistant secretary of
tho Columbia Building and Loan As
sociation of Deliver, Colo.,. mado this
olllco a pleasant call Tuesday.
N. E. Grcenlcaf who has been work
ing for tho Santa Fo Pacllio railroad
company at Seligmau, for the last
few weeks returned homo Monday
Cutting prices is an old habit. I
originate, others try to imitate. When
you want the best article at the lowest
price come to Coffin's, headquarters
for It. .
Robert Ferguson returned from
Sclltftnan Tuesday, whero ho has been
working for the Santa Fe 1'acilic rail
road company -for the past two
L. 11. Tolfree proprietor of the New
Bank hotel, auo his daughter Miss
Edith, left Monday for Saiigus, Cali
fornia, to visit a few days aiul to look,
C. J. Babbitt left Tuesday for Wil
cox, Arizona, to look aftor the ship
ment of about 700 head of cattlo be
longing to tho firm of Babbitt Bros.
He may go as far as Old Mexico bo
Dr. T. J. J. Sco left litis morning
for the East to spend the winter. He
has been connected with tho Lowell
Observatory at this place for the past
two years and ranks among the most
P. J. Braunon and liltlo daughter of
Los Angeles, California, camo in
Tuesday and will spend a fow days
visiting with relatives and friends.
Mr. Brannen is an old timer in Ari
zona, and was formerly engaged iu
tho mercantile business here for a
number of years.
James Lamport camo up from Selig
mau Tncsday and will tiryoy a short
lino of railroad for the Arizona Lum
ber1 & Timber company. Tho lino
will bo built from; Bellemont out in
the timber for six or eight miles and
will bo used by tho lumber company
for shipping in railroad ties to the
pickling plant at Bellemont.
The railroad busincs is So great at
this place that the local forco is over
taxed, to haudlo It Tho yards and
side tracks needs extending and the
sldo tracks Increased so as to give
room for tho 'trains. In fact a number
pf improvement? woujd tie in order,
and we fully believe' tho railtoa'd,vc6.ih
pany will make them beforo1 many
Next Suuday morning at tho Pres
byterian ejiiirch ..Mrs.. Kearney of tho
YVoiuaus Christian 'Tcnfperanco Unloq
will speak. Iu the evening the pastor
will'glvo the last .of a serles.of lectures
on the foundations of belief.. The ser
vice will close bya unique song ser
vice. Three of the hymns will bo
illustrated by ' stereoptlcan slides.
Twenty beautiful pictures will bo
All cordially Invited
Highest Honors-World's Fair,
Cold Medal, Midwinter Pair.
A Pare drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Call and see tho now Klondike
Glesecke Shoo at Weatherford's.
J. P. Arnold addresses Uio public
on tho subject of jowelry in this issuo.
Eastern Ben Davis apples $2 per
box at Coffin's. ,
Bokn To tho wife of Burt Hoffman
on Beaver Crook last Saturday night,
A new stock of fall shirts and under
wear was opened this week at tho Cash
Dr. J. A. Miller, the dentist is pay
ing Winslow and Holbrook a profess
ional visit this week.
Blessed aro they who advertise their
holiday goods for they will suroly
catch the restless dollars.
Tho Congress mine in Yavapai
county is employing 425 men, and its
monthly payroll is 30,000.
Hats and caps Woathorford says
ho has filio assortment and will mako
prices to suit your pocketbobks.
Th o ladles of tho Altar Society of
Wiuslow aro Holding a lair this week
for tho benefit of tho, Catholic church
of that place. Tho fair opened last
night and will conclude tomorrow
Preachiug services In the Methodist
church at 11 a. in. by tho pastor. Mrs.
Kearney, of tho W. 0. T. U. will ad
dress tho congregation Sunday 7:30
p. in. All are invited.
C. IV Wilsos. Pastor.
"Well, how about that tailor mado
suit. Didn't It fit?" "(JcmirSTlt
did' wo can do tho saweHwovpr
again, and have' over ngaifliaHi'Ww
over J00O samples to selefrtWaM
Old Bills Redeemed This week
wo nro sending out bills to those who
aro indebted to us for printing, job
work and subscription, as we are
nccdiiig money to pay for paper, ink,
help and to buy a few of the necessa
ries Of life tbo luxuries are donated
A very sad misfortune occurred at
the mill of tbo Arizona Lumber &
Timber Company at Milton ou Mon
day. Richard BonvLc'rg, nn employe
of tho company was badly crushed be
tween tbo bumpers on tho train and
the skid way. Dr. E. S. 'Miller was
summoned at once, and is treating tho
injured man. Ills injuries aro serious,
but tho doctor thinks ho will recover
by careful treatment.
Mayor J. W. frauds and District
Attorney E. S. Clark returned from
Los Angeles, Cal., on yesterday,
whore they had gouo to see General
Novin, Prcsidonl of tho Western Di
vision of the Santa Ft) Pacific railroad
company in regard to tho contract en
tered Into by tho A. & P. railroad
company with tho city as regard the
water, works system. The Santa Fe,
Pacific, company virtually refuses to
enter into any new utya.ot, but Mr.
Noylno expressed himself friendly
toward tho water works system for
our city, and assured Mr. Francis, aud
Mr. Clark, that his company woud
loud anyaid posslblo to tho enterprise.
The company will give satisfactory,
freight rates, and it Is hoped that
Flagstaff will yet havo wator works,
but not beforo spring.
NOT CHEAP PHOTOGRAPHS
For tWo weeks we will
h ' '
isto finish, for $3 PER DOZ. " Carbon and plati
num finish, $5 PER DOZ. Other ?izes in propor
tion. W,e make a specialty Of flash-light work of every
description. Photos made day or night flQudy days, as
good as sunshine. ' ?
At present we are located in the large red build
ing south side of railroad track formerly, occupied, by
J. J. .D.qnahue a.s a liquor store. A "
Just ReckitIKJI ' new stock of
jewelry, im&ffaV solid gold, fancy
stono'rings; tineautTbuttonaiu gold and
nlnlo oar-ilroi.fereftkt-.ins. children
sets, scarf plosfwalohls and clocks.
until JHwimryitue ist i win give
38J per cent 'ilMoant'j from the cata
logue. Come fow'and order your boll
day -presents, 'yt
ihraakcr and Jeweler.
, U. TelegraSfcfflce.l
cil sliover of Tue
. it little spin down
to Sullgman Tt
ay and found that
Lllttlb city in the
whirlpool of U
ess. iTho Santa Fo
mpany has a large
fork On their largo
force of mnii
willf require some
timo yet to
Icte' it, but when
ford an ample water
supply for all
a' purposes. The
company is; at
iv lug coal chutes,
shopsjand all uec-
erected, and willjaake
that place an
In our- perrgrtp
aUons'i through tho
city wo ran across our
Uncle Billy Latcbford,-of
who first locatcd'the city of Seligman.
Among other Flagstaff friends, wo met
the Bayless toliii'i's, George Hanliu,
EdSboivleyHFrodSiuilb.-R. M. Dun-
can and, Commodore(,.Owons, nil of
wuom wciciweu una juuuaui, ami
contented with the eityof Seligman.
James Lamport, 'ajTfagstaff citizen,
seems to hold a monopoly on the city's
"" - '-1 ai .
aslWo tnoro under
Lost Ills. Hljjllt Hand.
A young man named William Beason
while working about a- saw, iu tho
Arizona Lumber & Timber compauy's
saw mills at this place Friday, his right
hand .was accidentally drawn in con
tact with tho saw while in rapid
uio'iou and ho could not cxlncato his
hand until it vtni terrible mutilated.
Doctors E. $ Millet: and W. S.
Robinson was 'called In and after
an examination they deemed it best
to nmpulato thn hand just above
the. wrist .which ho did. and Mr.
4, --!" ii j xBtjutn i
Ou last night at the residence of the
brido's mothtcXin, Flagstaff, Arizona
Mr. William .iwltzer and Miss Nettie
Lockwood k ,w'tt(junjted in marriage.
Tho weddiujmvas a quiet one, only
the family and, a few invited guests
were present: 'Rev?C. P. Wilson per
formed J(lio marriage ceremony. The
nowly married louple aro well kuown,
and liaTescoivs of Jfrlends who join iu
well wMttei,, fv their future bliss.
Thoy wjfl,moyef at onco to CampbelPs
Station la. this county where thev will
reside ai-presi-nt -;J
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A mass meeting will be held in the
Court House oriSatfirday, November
20th, af'ht'o'plock p. m., for
the pui-posai ofMorganizing a Homo
League to bo
strictly; iioa-pafilsati Iu its character,
and its sole joljest being to secure tho
-righf'bjCotigreylopil dnaclmont, of
eieciiiiK; ait-tir-iionai omcers in Ar
izona, by popula'vpto. All citizens
regardl?ssof pirtjhro urged to' at-
tend. m& mm
H. O. O'Neill.
i3. l. SpuuLSl.
att i:,,;y. ...
AiltUe JjHtebU Orouna.
Geo. i'XJofliu wlltrbavo a turkey
iWordiifiorSllU. Don't fall
If vdtt vSnt;OTeOo(l assortment of
rubber so(is Offilfect from g& to J,
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store toigef tlii-u
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FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DRY GOODS, HATS AND CAPS;
BOOTS AND SHOES,
GENTS' FURNISHINGS, , -' ' '-?
r HARDWARE, HAY AND GRAIN,
? , CLOTHING AND TRUNKS, '
Fresh Hams, Lard and
Price, quality and fit guaranteed. If they,' ,
don't fit or please you, do not take tbem.
Agents for The Continental Tailoring Coi,; ,V:
of Chicatro: The Watt Tailoring: Co.,.ofll:-
Chicago; M. Born & Co., Chicago.
Agents for Little Sheep Dip.
NAVAJO AND MOQUI INDIAN BLANKETS AND
in prizes to get you acquainted witK
money-back baking powder an'd tea.
. . Schilling's Best baking powder and tea are
& because they are money -back.
Vttml k tbe rakalac wbrdNaot SAFE, althwjjk Sckimi Mtd bahfa
pfwder mA tea art safe.
Om StMUHng,s Best baking powder or tea at jroor grocan'; taka et tfca
ticket (knwn ticket in tvery package of baletac powdar ; yaHaw ticket la Hm
tea); send a ticket with each word to address below before Decaatber jwt. .
Until October 15th two word allowed for every ticket; after that ealjr mm
word for every ticket
If ear oae pertoa fiadi tae word, thatpersoa aU aooovea; If eevaral imi
K laooaeo will be equally divided aong tbeaa.
Every eestacHog a brow or yellow ticket will receive a eat ef cardaaaiw
creeplag Ubiee at tbe end of die contest Those sendkij three or aaera ia M
eaveloaa will receive an 1898 pocket calendar 00 advertkiac it Tbeaa
areeptaf babies aad pocket caleadan will be diaVaat ereaa the oaea eaed Ja
Better cut these rules out.
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