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FLAGSTAFF, AUGUST 17, 1901.
j : LOCAL BREVITIES.
John H. Page of Williams is a visitor
B. H. Crow and wife are in town from
Crushed pineapple ice cream soda at
H. F. Ashurst, the Williams attor
ney, was here yesterduy on legal busi
ness. For Rent Two or three furnished
rooms for housekeeping. Apply to Mm.
The new town of Law ton in Okla
homa has sixty saloons and 15.0C0 in
habitants. It Is a magic city.
Agents wanted, ladies or men, to sell
gilt-edge oil stocks. Queen Oil Co.,
910 Market street, San Francisco,
Miss Lizzie Portz, sister of Dr. Portz,
who has been spending the past two
years here, left Tuesday for her home
W. H. Anderson is cutting a second
crop of rye this week. The field was
cut in Juno and the rains aided the
growth of the second crop.
The Santa Fe expects to have trains
running to the Canyon by October 1.
While there is only ten miles of road
,, to build, there is considerable' heavy
work and the construction of a number
,- Gorham A Bray left Thursday morn
ing for a month's visit in California on
bis annual vacation. He has designs
on the fish around Calallna Island and
we may expect a new record for that
place before his return. Journal
Miner. Frank Reno, United States deputy
marshal, from Tucson, was here Tues
day and arrested a Mexican sheep
herder on a charge of starling a forest
fire in the vicinity of Mormon lake.
The Mexican was taken to Prcscott for
Mrs. A. T Cornish submitted ton
surgical operation at the home of her
sister, Mrs. John Pullar, In Los Angeles
Sunday, which for a time indicated
fatal results. Telegrams received to
day say that Mrs. Cornish is very
slowly recuperating from the effects of
the operation. J
General A. T. Sampson, envoy ex
traordinary and minister plenipoten
tiary from the United States to the
republic of Ecuador, is home from that
country and is vlsttlnir friends in the
East. He was the bearer of a personal
message from the presldont of Ecuador
to President Mckinley, which indi
cates a very pleasing relation between
the two countries. It is expected that
General Sampson will visit Flagstaff
before his return to his duties.
F. S. Breen, supervisor of the San
Francisco Mountains and Black Mesa
forest reserves, left Tuesday on a tour
of inspection of the latter reserve. He
was accompanied by A. E. Douglass
and Al Doyle. Mr. Doyle went in the
capacity of guide to the two "tender
feet." The trip is a hard one, being
through a very rough country. They
expect to be out three weeks and
r Messrs. Breen and Douglass expect to
' be inured to the hardship of a moun
tain trip before they return.
W. H. Power and family have moved
Try one of Tlmerhoff's grape juices.
They are delicious.
Mrs. Robert Finnic of Beaver creek
is visiting relatives here.
Eastman's kodaks and photo supplies
at Eastern prices at Babbitts'.
Ed Gaddes, the Williams stockman,
spent several dajs here this week.
E. M. Doe and Perclval Lowell will
leave for the Moqul snake dance Tues
day. Rev. T. M. Connolly of Winslow will
conduct the services at the Catholic
church on Sunday.
E. J. Babbitt, Oscar Verkamp and
Masters Raymond and Edwin Babbitt
spent Wednesday and Thursday fishing
at Oak creek.
D. G. Hunnewell, teacher of the
violin, was entertained Wednesday
evening by his pupils at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pulllara.
H. C. Lockett, Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Walton, Mrs. B. Walton of this place,
and II. B. St. Claire and C. Graf of
Phoenix visited the Cliff Dwellings
and the Ice Caves yesterday.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has a world-wide
reputation for its cures. It never fails
and is pleasant and fate to take. For
sale by the Pioneer Drug Store.
A meeting of the eastern and west
ern divisions of the Arizona Woolgrow
crs' Association will be held at Hoi
brook to-day. E. S. Gosney will repre
sent the Interests of the western divis
ion. E. S. Clark and youngest son, Homer,
returned from San Francisco, Cal.,
Tuesday. Ncal, who submitted to an
operation for appendicitis, is recover
ing, and with his mother will remain
In that city until he fully recovers.
John H.Owens died Friday morning
at his ranch east of town of Inflamation
of the bowels. The body was given to
the charge of Undei taker Ruilly and
brought to undertaking parlors here.
The funeral occurrred yesterday even
ing. E. E. Ellinwood, who now registers
from Prescott, came in Thursday night.
He leaves Sunday on a business trip
to Denver, Col. He will attend the
meeting of the American Bar Associa
tion, which meets in that city on the
T. M. Bower was in Tuesday from
Long valley, and says the search for
John McCarthy still continues. The
following Phoenix people are camped
at the place from which McCarty dis
appeared and are assisting J. K. Day
in the search: T. M. Bower, Cook
brothers, J. W. Coverdale, Julius
Gowett and Frank Simms. No further
trace of McCarty has been found, and
the searchers have about despaired of
finding the missing man.
There has been an ice famine In town
this week, owing to the fact that no
ice could be obtained at the factories
in Gallup or Albuquerque, and the
supply had to be obtained at the ice
cave. The way Into the cave Is steep
and narrow, and the ice can only be
obtained in small pieces, although the
quantity Is seemingly inexhaustible.
It is a difficult matter to get the ice out
of the cave, and somewhat expensive,
the cost being from three to five cents
Buy a Brownie kodak, Si, at Babbitt
Harry Fulton is enjoying the sea
breezes of Long Beach, Cal.
Strawberry ice cream soda with
crushed fruit at Tlmerhoff's.
Campbell & Francis shipped eight
carloads of sheep to California Friday.
V. M. Slipher of Frankfort, Ind., ar
rived Saturday to till a position in the
J. D. Price, a prominent Verde
rancher was here this week. He re
ports good crops on the Verde this year.
Mrs. Sidney Btrron, wife of the mer
chant tailor, returned Sunday from a
month's visit with friends in Albu
querque. T. A. Riordan and daughter Marie
left Monday for San Francisco, Cal.
Miss Marie will attend school in that
city during the ensuing year.
Call at the Pioneer Drug Store and
get a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are
easy to take and pleasant in effect, t
Father Vabre left yesterday for St.
Johns, where he will hold services.
The parish of St. Johns has been added
to his own until another priest can be
assigned to that place.
A. T. Roach was thrown from his
horse yesterday and was stunned and
badly bruised about the head. The
bit broke when the horse ran away and
when in front of the residence of E. T".
McGonigle the animal shied, unseating
E. S. Clark returned from Prescott
yesterday, where be had been as attor
ney for the Mexican sheepherder who
was arrested on a charge of tettlng fire
to the forest. On hearing before the
court commissioner Mr. Clark's client
Services in the Methodist church to
morrow as follows: Sunday school at 10
a. m.; preaching at 11; Junior League
at 4 p. m.; Epworth League at p. m.
There will be no preaching in theeven
ing, as the pastor will go to Greenlaw
and hold service In the evening.
E. S. Wlllcox of Peoria, III., read an
interesting paper to an attentive audi
ence at the assembly room of the public
school Tuesday night. Tho subject,
"The Chief End of Man," was treated
in an original manner, and evidently
the subject had been given much
thought on the part of the speaker.
Those desiring to take the McCor
mick Gold Cure treatment for alcohol
Ism should make arrangements atonce,
as I will remain in Flagstaff only a short
time- Those wishing to take the
famous treatment should not miss this
opportunity. Of the large number of
patients treated in Arizona in the past
two years there has not been a single
relapse. Remember, no cure, no pay.
Major J. H. McClintock and wife
stopped over here Tuesday on their
return from Colorado Springs, where
they had been attending the reunion of
the Rough Riders. They were joined
here by Miss Anna Rhodes, who with
Mrs. McClintock left Wednesday for
the Grand and Cataract canyons. Both
ladies are botanists of note, and they
will during their stay make a collec
tion of plants and flowers in that vicin
ity. They expect to spend several
weeks at the canyon.
Mrs. J. C. Mudersbach left Tuesday
for Cincinnati, Ohio.
T. E. Pollock and H. E. Campbell left
yesterday on a visit to Los Angeles.
A first-class railway ticket to Chi
cago for sale cheap. Inquire at this
office.. . t
William and Horace Corlett were
among the arrivals from Phoenix this
Mr. Perclval Lowell has moved into
his new residence near the Lowell ob
servatory. Eight six-horse freight teams were
in from Tonto Basin this week after
supplies for that section.
Fire Insurance The Arizona Cen
tral Bank represents a number of the
largest American and English com
panies. Dr. Geo. B. Pratt, Arizona's leading
optician, writes that he will be here
about September 10 and will remain
four or five days.
A son of Ferd R. Nellis was accident
ally drowned In the railroad reservoir
at Williams yesterday. No particulars
of the sad accident have been received
Alex Burnstde arrived from Phoenix
Tuesday. He is a first-class plumber
and expects to locate here. He can be
found at the hardware department of
Henry W. Barbour, a mining man
from Chicago, is In town. He Is look
ing over the mines of the Grand Can
yon district with a view of investment
should he find suitable properties.
William Friedlein, who has been ill
for the past eight weeks and confined
to his room, is now able to walk about
the streets. The many friends of Mr.
Friedlein will be pleased to learn of
Republicans everywhere subscribe
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monthly magazine devoted to po
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tory in the United States. One dollar
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P. O. box 51, Nogales, Ariz.
Hon. T. S. Bunch, member of the
territorial fish and game commission,
with Master Tommy, spent several days
at Oak Creek this week. Mr. Bunch
is making arrangements to restock that
stream with trout, as it is about fished
out. He is of the opinion that the west
fork of Oak creek should be prohibited
fishing grounds, and that branch of the
stream should be given up to spawning
waters. In that way the trout would
be protected from the inroads of the
fisherman and the main stream would
furnish excellent fishing during the
Nights of Enchantment, at the Bank
Hotel hall on Tuesday and Wednesday
nights. Entertainments of a refined,
classical order will be given. The
scenic effects will be the most magnifi
cant and costly ever on the stage in
this city. The Prescott Courier says:
"This entertainment is the be,st of like
nature ever given in this city," and
our exchanges are eulogistic in their
praise. The performance embraces
the latest East India, London and New
York sensations in which a merry com
bination of bewildering marvels, aerial
transformations, exciting acts and in
explicable metamorphoses. Reserved
seats on sale at Tlmerhoff's drug store
without extra charge.
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