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FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, IK!7.
WANT IT QUICK?
Well of course you do. What
is the use ot lumber if you
can't get it when you waht it?
WE DELIVER PROMPTLY,
We realize that we must not
only be of the GET THERE
kind in delivery, bucwe must
GET THERE with quality and
prices as well.
Call and see us--as a special
favor to yourself.
THE PRICES ARE
THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.,
The Work of the Lawmakers Re
Prison Removal Was Defenttd In the
Council Few New IMIIu In
troduced In Either
PnOf.NIX. Febiuniy 21. Special
Col reipondptico of TrtE Sun DEMO
CRAT 3 TIih piocctMlins (if llin Legii
latuiu for tho week, up tu (I ty, mo :is
TUESDAY, tEBUUAKr 16.
ThuCiiuuit com t bill whs consid
ered by Council lit tliu t'.u I) mot iii'ii'
session. After all its sIiuIm in llip
JUottso and after all Ibu woik and
buttonholing of tlic lobbyists and
ffiie-Bct kciB, t ho fated bill was oulj
refeued bmk to tliu Ilouiu for piopur
engrossment. What will bo its fate is
not yet known, but it seems moio than
piobablu tlitt its Btinglcs will end in
a quick but suiuTleatb whin tliu Coun
cil again guts it in its gtasp.
A bill aimed at tho extiavagant
I4eas of some bank examiners was
passed ilnough tho House without
much delay. Tho bill evidently has
wings and unless clipped in the Coun
cil will become a law befoie the mem
bers iccorer fiom '.he shock of its
appearance in the House
Tho capital building measure, as
amended by the committee, escaped
with its life from the House, but is
tremblingly awaltiug thu action of tho
The Council woiktd bard and passed
a number of old claims.
WKDNESDAT, FEBUUAUY 17.
Ouemoio Republican was added to
the Houso to-day, Mr. Hall from
Yuma county. '1 hey need him.
The Noinial school appiopiiation
bill went to final engiossment.
Biady's bill making stockholder
liable for col potato indebtedness was
THUItSDMY, yEBKUAHY 18.
The peisistent and never-tiring
t prison umoval bill wa3 at last disposed
of by tliu House In a voto of 15 to 8 in
f vol i f piiMin i em iliil it is mm in
im haiuls nf I III' I.mds
Soon ni-w lull u is ii iiitioiliict il in
li'.th ilomi'K lint lliev Wen r;teatOi in
iiiimlii than in imni.l tiiliei-
1'iiiiiiiis fiom iho 1'iiizi iih ami U
pnuis of Gila voiinrj nuking that II H
10, cicaliugUiiciiil. conns, do not pass,
wi-io lect-ivi'd and read in the Council.
ftlt-moiial asking for aims, etc.,
fiom the Ft del al Uiilrinmi lit for tin
Teilitoiial Uiiiveait , lead and
A bill makipg maximum mil load
fines on i:iIioids 4 cents per mile was
lead and lefeiied to committee on co.
poiations. FltlDAY, FEBKUAKY 19.
The bill ofTcied by Mr. Noiton,
which ioidcs for "llio appointment
of a commi'-sion for tho piomotioo of
i unlfoiniiiy of legislation in the
United Slates." is of vastly moie than
local hignilicancu and may be the liist
step, in a most excellent national
increment towaid the gi eater unifotm
ity of legal enactments on cei lain gen
eial lines, such ns ni.niiagus, divoices,
The prison icmoval and capital bills
came up hand in hand to Iho Co mail
this nimniiig. Tho piisou bill weut to
tho committee on Teiiitoiial atlaiis,
while the capital building measuiu was
lefetied to a joint committee.
Iho game pieseivalion law was
again under consideiation and passed
The Uuiveisity bill has passed both
Houses aud is now gently rapping al
the Governors door. It is undui stood
to bo viewed by tho executive with a
Thar bullion tax measuie, known as
C. U. 38, by Biady camo up in thu
Council. It is dead, with only a couple
of regictful tokens on its casket by
Biady and Baitb.
Hughes' boaid of contiol bill, estab
lishing a boaid of five membeis, was
SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY 20.
Thu main matter in tho Council
to-day was tho piison removal bill.
After much jugglingtho bill was made
special oidei of the day for Tuesday,
Febiuaiy 23, at 2:30 p. m.
A new bill wup inttodured, provid
ing that the Tetritoiial Boaid of
Euualiralion be direuled to DrenafH
liienniallj a budget of the pmbabln ex-
pense of the conduct of the Tenitniy
for Iho exceeding two jeais, such
biidet to bo piesenlod to the
Goveinor. and by him transmitted to
tho Legislature. 'I he bill was sent
to tho committee on judiciaiy.
Oulj one new bill made its appeal
mice In the House to-day. It came
finni Wat i en's desk and Is an amend
ment to iho school law. The "nme
l.i c.imo b.uk to ihe House the thiid
liinii fiom the engiossment committee,
and was passed.
The bill profiling for tho division of
(nth i mini nilo lime supei visoial
diKiiicis and for tint alternate election
of hup.nisois aeioiiling to the pieM-ut
system was dimmed in the House.
Aimilici new county is mooiul.
inimcl tli.it of Chiiic.iliiM. embi.u'iiig
poitioiis of Gi all. mi, Cochise and Pinal
Both lloiists iidjottiued at noon until
lllexlav liioiuiiig, as ,i piopel' leVel
tune to thu gloiioiis meinoiy of Geoige
I'rlmin Iti'inoval Defeated.
TUESDAY, FEBUUABY 23.
The feat ii i ii of tint Count il to-day
was thu coiisiileiatlou of the piisou
leminal bill. Mr. Noiton, who
itat in ally does the steeling for the
measuie, was peiseveiiug to tliu end.
The gieiitest flow of eloquence that
bus et lesoiimled from the Legislative
halls duiiugthe nineteenth Legisla
tive Assembly uas listeued to by an
eager, enthusiastic crowd at the open-
ng of thu afu'iiioon sessio.i. Mr.
Noi ton's aiguiuciit8 weie simple,
logical and well authenticated.
But it was all of no avail. When
thu final vote cume Ihe measuiu died
an east death 8 to 4.
Had thu piomise of cei tain members
Im o kept it w mid not have been so.
Im IIousii ilu1 cuiisiilcrablu woik in
iln whs 'f fl! lgU!e -"Ig fcvriit,w j
liii Is iiitimlm cil mill few old oin"
pissed I'lio uiiHhllie leglllnllng the
otlai ii s of counts ottiieis, huwevei
came thiougii safe aud sound and is to
appear before the Council soon.
Smwlust bucks ale a 1'iussiaii nov
On Ftid.iy evening at Mos.i a man
named Juhu Cutlci, who woiksinu
liseiy Ktablc al Mesi, got caught in
what ma) piove to bn a cse of black
m lil, h.ins the Phiieuix Gazette. An
anonymous letter was icceiveil last
week by Dr. J. E Di.mo of Mesa iu
foi ming him that the committee of six
u as a win n that he was guil'y of com
mitting an aboitinu on the petson of a
piomiiient worn in of Mesa, and that
$120 would hush thu evidence. Thu
ant In. r of the letter asketl the ilocloi
to meet him at thu mill a half-mile
fiom town at 10 o'clock on Fiidty
night, f ho doctor went, but took his
uncle. It. II. Diane, and W. . Mooiu,
a depu'y SheiilT, along. They kept
in tho backgiouud and the fellow ap
peaied. He was attested and will
answer to the chatge. Even if what
he alleges is true the attempt to ex
tol t money for the infoimation he
should have imparted to officers will
go bald with him.
California's mustard crop was 16,-
Notice of Apportionment.
Office of County School Superin
tendent, Flagstaff, Arizona,
Febiuaiy 17, 1897.
I have this da leceived notice that
theieisin the Counly School Fund,
subject to appottioumeut, the sum of
$4,300.00, which I have appoitioued
to the seveial Distiicts as follows:
Flagstaff Distiict, No. 1.... $1,180 00
Williams Disti let. No. 2 650 00
l'uba Distiict, No. 6 80 00
Contingent Fund 240 69
lustituto Fund 25 00
N. G. Layton,
County School Superintendent.
Wages of Alaskan mineis lange
from $10 to $12 a day.
E. P. GREENLAW
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Native Pine Lumber, Ties, Bridge Timbers,
Telegraph Poles, Mining Stulls,
Can Tomatoes $ .75 per can.
Can Corn 65 per can.
" Punken " (Arkansaw) ... .40 per can.
Nutmegs $1.00 each.
Onions, soap and other table luxuries
ANY OF THE ABOVE DAINTIES WILL BE
DELIVERED FREE AS SOON AS OUR HORSE,
WHICH IS CRIPPLED, GETS WELL.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO. STORE
NEWS DEPOT. . . . .
All the Delicaoies of the Season Fresh from the Market.
You are invited to call and inspeot my Stook
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA .......
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Homestead Entry- No. 1253.1
Land Ornci at Piikscott, Ariz. I
January 11, 1B97. (
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of her Inlen
t'on to make final proof in support of her
claim, and that said proof will uetnado be
fore clerk of Probate Court at Flat-Muff,
Arizona, on February 20. 1ES7. vl: Lora
Kloslermeyer for.tbo NE14 bee. 88, Twpt. 85.
Shenamcs tho following witnesses to prove
1t continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, to wit: James Wallace,
Ueorge W. McDowell. A. J. Diamond. Frank
lin Eburt, all of Flagstaff, Arizona.
P. W. O'SULLIVAN, Beglster
C. A. GREENLAW
AND DEALERS IN.
Pay no attention to the space above of
the Greenlaw Lumber Company. They
only advertise a good quality of lumber,
and lots or it. We wanr to say to you
that we have the best quality of "grub"
ever seen in this part of the country,
and more of it; that our prices are hiyhcr
than tver before heard oj I
A. KELLER, Proprietor.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
tld. E. No. 781
Land OrriOK at Pbkrcott, I
February 9, 1897. (
Notice Is hereby given that tho following
named settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will bo nmdo beforo
Clerk ot I'robato Court, at Flagstaff, Ariz .
April 1, 1897, l7, Fdgar (J. Watson, for
the 8 '. feE X. and fcouth 'A Southwest M,
Section 82, Township 20 North, Kange 7 East.
He names lbs following witnestosto prove
his continuous residence upon and cultlva
t on of said land, viz : George Babbitt, (lag
staff, Ariz.; Asa Clark of Flagstaff, Ari
zona; John O. Harrington of Flagstaff, Ari
zona; Steven Purtymun of Flagstaff, Ariz.
P. W. O'SULLIVAN, Register.
First publication February 11, 1897.
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