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Safe f rom, 8qnnnUerlns.
Mrs. Slmdbolt I think It's a shame
tho reckless v'uy -ou spend your
' money. You never seem to think' it s
time to begin to la)' up something1 for
old ngel No, I don t want you to spec
ulnte, but I do think you might put a
little money In some permanent in
vestment once In awhile.
Mr. SholtyH (with evident reluc
tance)' That's what I've been doing,
ray dear. I lent Dlnguss ten dollars
this morning. Chicago Tribune.
'Vhen that there youngdude wanted
toborry a knife tocutan.npp1ein.two,"
said Uncle Zcke, "I offered him mine.
Opened tho big blade for him. He
'looked., at it an turned up his nose.
4&Twnsn't good ""enough, I reckon. An'
Uieylein't a better knife nowher's.
nBIadC'vWas as sharp ns a razor, too. Al-
ii ,vua we, it fur cuttln' my terbackerr
3'rSonie,"f6lks makes me mighty blame
."tlrdl" Chicngo Tribune,
f A Celehrllr.
No scholar h. of classic ram,
No brainy, keen Inventor. "
Plain Rwubcn Muggins is his punch "
4T He liven at fogy Center. "
Dut. ah! Ills letters have a place
'Slid ttiose of wisest wages,
And countless paers uno his face
To decorato their pages.
What lias hn done, or Been, or bravsd
To cause this great rommotlonT
Why, he's the man whtwo life- wan saved
By "Skinner's Pigweed Lotion."
-L. A. W. Bulletin.
DIDST BELIEVE: IN MOBS.
Mr. Jayseed Hey, there! Can't yon
read that thair sign?
Mr. Nervie I can; but you are mis
informed, my dear sir. There i fishing
Because she haw to curl her hair
Sty wife Is nearly always late;
The colored cook sixuids all her cash
For stuff to make her wool crow straight.
Not nt Al nilllcnlt.
"Oh, dear," she sighed, "I wish I knew
how to keep gowns from crushing."
"Don't wear tliein," he said, without
looking up from liis.papcr,
And it was well thnt he didn't look
tip from" his paper, loo, for the sight of
nu angry woman has a-tendency to dis
concert the average man. Chicago
A Safety Menanra.
"That woman told tue she -wanted me
to mako her photograph look pretty."
"Wlint did you say V"
"1 told her I would If she would sign
a contract not to make a fuss it they
didn't look llko her." Louisville Courier-Journal.
A Lesson Lost on Illm.
Col."-Jouia Veel Well, some
never learn by experience.
Mrs. Louie Veel What is the matter
Col. Louie Veel Col. Threefingers
has gone and got married a second time.
Mrs. Ilingo Your friend Jones was
in, and eaitV lie would call to see you
Bingo What did you tell him?
Mrs., Dingo Oh, I gave him the name
of your club, Hrooklyn Life.
Serves Illm Hlght.
Bobby Uncle Joe, what is a big
amist? Uncle Joe A bigamist? He is a man
'who gets ent to jail for thinking he
is smart enough to mnnnge two women
at once. S. Y. Truth.
It Stnyrd with Illm.
Mrs. Jiistwed How did you like the
cakes I made you for breakfast this
Mr. Justwed (with n groan) Well, I
used to think thata person couldn't eat
his' cake and have It, too. Judge.
'r'ralrtilmv Rot Hid of Them.
SifQIMer Your company stayed very
ionnson Yes, nnti tney wouiu nave
fayed longer If I hndn't asked my wife
tolling. Town Topics.
"Why do you think him such a fool?"
"He asked me to marry him, nnd of
course I refused the first time, and he
didn't have sense enough to ask me
again." Chicago l'ost,
. A Brief Crttlclam.
"I ihave :only one fnult to find -with
this poem," said the soulless editor.
"And what is that?" inquired the au
thor. "If no goodi" .Washington Star.
Had No Chance,
Mrs. Bacon Did you offer Mr, Crim
sonbeak your umbrella when he went
out? .- . '
Mr. Bacon No, I didn't have a chance;
ho took It, Yonkers Statesman."
Driven to It.
"Hcre'snstory of a tramp who begged
ft clean shirt and then went nwav and
"Well, I suppose the collar sawed his
neck." Chicago Becord.
Ten Broke I see you wear a bird in
Prrdlln-Well, you carry n bottjft In
your r''!:ct. Let' have lunch -- v. v.
Brick and Lime.
ALSO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Notice for Publication,
II. E. No. ,829.1
Land Orricc at Pntscorr. Ahiz. I
December 11, 18V7. f
Notlco Is hereby Riven that tho following
named settlor lias filed notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof iln support of his
claim, and that said proof will bo made be
fore th; Clerk of tho Probate Court at Flag
staff, Ariz., on January 22. 1808. viz: .Tunica
X". Dougherty, for tho ST.il Sec. 10, Twp. 20,
Ito names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of saldJand. viz: Aloxandor J. Diamond
Frank Fay; John O. Harrington, Oeorgo
Zettler, allot FlugstatT, Arizona.
"""'XliKnKRtCK A.TritueJb.. llogUtcr,.
Notice for 1'ubltcntlon.
lid. Entry No. 860.
Land Office at I'rescott, Ariz..
November 24, 1897.
Notlco Is hereby given that the following
named sottlor lias filed notlco cf his Inten
tion to make flnnl proof In support of his
claim, und that said proof will be made be
fore tho Clerk of tho I'robate Court at Flag
staff, Arizona, on Saturday, January IS, 1808,
viz: Christian Jurgenscn for tho southwest
quarter of section 2. township 18 north or
rango 10 cost.
ito names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: Harvey C. 'Bossier,
Daniel M. Francis, Charles A. Keller, Wil
liam Lee, all of Flagstaff, Arizona,
FltEDEUICK A. TIHTLE, Jr..
First publication Dec. 9. 1807.
Xotlce For Publication.
. lid. Entry No. 8S1.
Laud OfHco at I'rescott, Ar!z
November 30. 1897.
Notlco N ho reby given that tho followlug
named settler has filed notlco of hU Inten
tion to mako final proof In support of his
claim and that said proof will bo niariti be
fore tho Clerk of the Probate Court-at Flag
staff, Arizona, on Saturday, January R, 1808.
viz: John W. Francis, for tho Hoatheast
quarter of section 28. township 30 north,
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous rcsldunca upon, and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: Asa Clark, George
Zettler, Marvin H. Ileal, James C. McGulrc,
all of Flagstaff, Arizona.
FKEDEB10IC A. TRITI.E. Jr..
OrricKorTin: llOAnn or Kcr-Envisons or I
COCOSINO COUSTr. ARIZONA TlllUITOllT.
FLAGSTArr, November 20. 18)7. J
Notlco Is hereby given that tho Board of
Supervisors of Coconino county, Arlrnna,
will recclvo sealed bids until 10 o'clock, a. in.
on January 3rd, 1898, for furnishing the
County for tho year 1808 with tho followlug
1. l'rlntlngnnd Publishing.
2. Hoard of County Prisoners at County
Jail in FlagstafT.
(. Care of Indigent dick at Flagstaff.
fi. Medicines and Medical attendance for
Indigent sick at Flagstaff.
0. Medicines and Medical attendance for
Indigent slk at Williams.
Bids for printing, publishing and station.
ery will bo received In lump bids, or for each
Bids are to be marked on envelope and ad
dressed to tho Clerk of the Hoard.
Hoods in the sum of One Thousand Dol
lars will bo exacted for the faithful perform
ance of any contract that may bo let.
The Board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. By order of the Board of Su
pervisors. T. E. 1'um.iam , Clerk.
jSale of Real Kstatn.
Notlco Is.horoby given that in pursuance
of an order of tliol'robato Court of Coconino
County, Arizona Territory, made on the 4th
day of Dccember.1837, the undersigned, ad
mlntstrator of tho estate of Mary J, Hoffman
deceased, will offer at private salo to tho
highest bidder for cash In hand tho follow
ing real estate, to-wit: Lots 1, 3, 3. 4. ft, 0. 7,
und 8, In Block IE Flagstaff townslto sit
uated In Coconino County. Arizona Terri
tory. Ha Id salo of said real estate wilt bo
made on Friday, December 24tli IBS"; at 10
o'clock n. m., of said day, and sealed bids In
writing for tho purchase of said real estate
will lu received at tho ofHco'of tbo I'robate
Judgolu tho town of Flagstaff, Coconino
County, Arizona Territory, up to tho dato of
said sale, Dated at Flagstaff, Arizona, tills
December ttli 1897. Or.o. HorrMAHJ'
Administrator of tho estato of Marjtf'i."
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xfjSaces of Interest. f
Table of dlstnucos from FliiffslaiT,
Grand Canyon of the Colorado
Rfver 65 miles. Scenoiy .indescrib
able Cataract Canyon 65 miles. Tho
abode of tho Siipal Indians. Can be
entered only on horseback
Natural Bridge 75 miles. Arch,
250 feet; width, 500 foot; height, 276
Montezuma Wells and Casilts 50
miles Point of great interest
WalntttCanyon 8 miles. The home
of tho Clilf Dwellers, a prehistoric race
of four hundred years ago. Walls of
Sunset Mouutaln 10 miles. An
extinct volcano, supposed to have been
active four hundred years ngo
Cavo Dwellings 8 milps. Tho home
of a prehistoric raco
Tho Black Crater 15 miles. In,
tho center of tho largest, lava, beds in
San Francisco Peaks 13 miles.
With an altltudo of t4,000 feet. Snow
capped most ot tlio year. Prom tje
top with a gnod glass, one can see al
most one-third of tho Territory
Tho Moqnl Villages 100 miles. The
homo of the Snako Dauce.
Oak Creek 20 miles. The famous
Mountain Trout abounds in this stream.
' Headquarters for everything in the
Drug, Kotioh md Toilet Like.
Call and be convinced that my stockis a fine one. .,;,
D. J. BRANNBN.
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Notlco For Publlcntlon.
Homestead Entry No. 1205. (
IiAMDOrriCB at Piikrcott, Antz., I
October 30,18117. f
Notlco Is hereby given tjiat tho following
named settler has lllcd notlco ot his Inten
tion to maku final proof iu support n't' his
claim, and that said proof will bo made be
fore tho Clerk ot tho Probate Court at Flag
staff, Ariz., on Saturday Dec. 11. 1H.T7. vlzi
John C. Mudcrsbach for tho S'. NE)f ,and
Nli SEW Sec. 28, Twpt. iH N. It. 6E.
He names thu following witnesses toprove
his continuous residence. utMin, and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: William Frledleln.
Henry O.Lockett. Franklin U. Ileal, Henry
Uuckner, all of Flagstaff, Arlrona.
Notice to Creditors.
Notlco Is hereby given by tho undersigned
executor of tho estate of Charles Reagan, de
ceased, to the (creditors of, andaltpoVsonS
having claims against said deceased, to ox
hlblt tho sumo with tho necessary 'voucher
within tcrtmouths from the first publtctitloti
of this notlco. to tho umlersljtiwl'.ejcxcutor.
uthls plncoof business in Mlltoo,'Cicnnlnd
county, Arizona Territory, lliomebeljjg
tue place wneru vuo uuaiuussiwuUjTeraw
tration or saiu esiuiu is w
clulmsnot presonled within J
speclqcdwllibo forever U1117
Dated at Jllltori, Ojconlno
lerriiory, iuu hu uay iji .uvu
Executor with tho will aunoxM1
VI Juak UaJI . ,
of Charlej HMM
Fine Wines, Liquors
St. Louis Bottled Beer a Specialty
Quietest place in town No gambling
VAMILV TltADK pOMCITKD.
Bicycle Repairing a Specialty.
Hunso. tMark'a Val
ley. Mogollon Mts.
llrand as per cut.
All young stock
branded on both
sides, with swa low
fork nnd uuderblt In
eacli ear. Also own
itm fnllowlnir : Hoot
T. 3II, anywhrroon tho side of the animal;
Itoot'cattlc, rViad brand V on right sldojT
cattlfloiiRonrigiit.smu; norso uninu.v.u.
J. A. VAIL.
Rango eight miles
southeast of l'lag
Ktaff. Coconino county-
Cattlobianded J V
on loft ribs: earmarks
wiuaro cut on rlzht
ear overslopoon left
l'robnto t;ourt Notice.
Notico Is hereby given that Ceorgo Hoff
man, administrator of tho estate of Mary J.
llorrmftnrrdccrnsecl, has filed his petition
'witH the Jiidtfy of the probate court of Coco
BlcoudfArlzoua Territory, asking for
ftffprder tn gell the following real estate" bo
'glngUV W estate, to-w'it: I)ts'one, two,
Wre.' fiinh'Bve. si x. soven and elzht In block
i f,-In, tlie ti"i Of Flagstaff, county of Coco
nino, Territory or Arizona, at private sale,
for tho purpose, of paying off the Indebted
ness of said estate.
All persons interested In said estate are
hereby notified to appear boforo tho probate
court In thocourt house in tho town of Flag
staff, Coconino county, Arizona Territory, at
ten o'clock a. m., on tho tlh day of Novem
ber, 1697, ut which tlmo tho hearing of said
petition will bo had, and show cause why
said petltOn should not bo granted nnd said
order for tho salo of said real estate lie made.
Given under my hand and seal of oflice as
Probato Judge this SO day of September. US7.
Probato Judge of Coconino county, A. T.
Santa h Pacific R. R.
Condensed Time Table No. 43,
cEiroctIvo April 3. 1897.1
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No. 1. No. 2.
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No. 3 runsTuesdayvThUrwlays and Sat
urdays only.' Due at Flagstaff at 12:20 a. m.
Sa , M.....1 li....l.ia W...I 1... .1.. ..u n .. .1 C.(..h
daysonly. Due at Flagstaff at 6:08 a. 111. I
'i'lirougli t'ulimiui I'.uaco aim xourist
Sleeping cars dally between California and
Chicago. ... .
The only iiiiQreacuing 1110 urana canyon
ot the Colorado.
Limited trains No. 3 westbound und No. 4
castbound run semi-weekly.
No. 3 loaves Chicago u p. ni. weancsaays
and Saturdays; passes Albuquerque 12.05
p. in. Fridays and Mondays; iiarstow l.Ki p;
in. Tuesdays and Saturdays, arriving ut Los
Angeles 6 p. m. Tuesday and Saturdays.
Passengers for north 'Of Mojavo holding
tickets reading via Mojavo chamro at llur-
stow to No. 6. . t
NO.- 4 leaves Los Angeles at 8 a. m. Tues
days and Fridays, passing Iiarstow 1.63 p. m.
nnd Needles 7.30 n. m.'samo davm Alhiinmir.
quo 3.65 n. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays,
arriving Chicago 9.43 a. m. Fridays and Mon
days. Passengers from north of Mojave may tako
the Limited cither at Iiarstow or tho Needles.
Only first-class ticket nold at full rates
are honored on tho Limited trains.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars dally
throush between Chicairo and San Fran
cisco and Chicago and Los Angeles,
fUlltunn Tourist Bleeping uars aauy
through between Chicago and 3un Francisco
and Chicngo and Los Angeles.
Tho Grand Canyon of tho Colorado can be
reached only via this lino.
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