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VOL. XIV NO. 31.
KLAUSTAFF. AltlZONA. TUUHSDAV. APRIL 8, I.X!7.
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A SNAP!
A circumstance by which YOU can save money
and that's what wc are all after these days,
isn't it?
WE- HAVE A SNAP ! In What ?
SASH AND DOORS
Wc have just ordered a carload of Sash and Doors,
and to make room must clean out some of those
Fancy Marginal, Chipped and Cathedralled
DOORS
WINDOWS
and Queen Anne
YOU MAKE PRICE-WedotheRest
Put a fancy Front Door or Window in your house and see
how much it adds to its beauty.
F'IRST OOME. F-IFRST PICK!
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THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.,
FLflGSTfFF, flRIZONR
Willi dim mIIowuiicm f(,rn. ,. f
Other ll'WIIIICI'.H. It Is llllliMliili. iHt
KIiisIhITh ivaii'St ojijmu t unity tn-i iy
ix lit wisely iinil ciiHi,tiiMllv Hiiinii-
lllll) illlt'll'tt ill tilts lllilliMllI IfL'ldll
hikI etuleavur to illnml) tlm Iiii1iicn
iIihI is butiml to 'licfuiiiH imp nil
willi puiper ilwcnui'iit. Anil
llllKW tf) flToltH to Hlldl illl dill !l
digestion or two m this time in.iy
not I'onin iiinim. ' As tlm two ino-t
iiiip'H latit fartoi rt to insure hih-Ii cuv
i nil of Imsiiu-.s, inilio.iil cxiiiiiM-iioti
nllli thu mining (lUtiirts unit .1 smelt.
in; plant niy lie. ii.ui eil. U.iilr-iil
lines n rii fi'.tsihli) 'fimii hi'i'i. ;iiii to
lliowiitrr it seemjHlie mo-t rnnw-n-tent
point for tlmihicniion of cupper
iciltiction imiiIvS. lis Incili'iii N t en.
U:tl to fuel and mrj itnd wilier, most
Importiiiit Item in tliW 'I'i-i i iiurv, N
jjwkI and iihiindniit, a feuluin tint
cannot bo s.iid tj f.ivor other lne.ill
tics. But it is to be in i'il that nntiunl
ailviintaci ttlono ulii nut riiifiMiuit In
iittain supremacy. It irquires lin,
vigor and vitality to am piss tint en
ergy nf tlvuls. It remains for the
futineto establish nlieilicr Fhigstaff
possesses tlm sluu'ivdiie.ss and enter
piisn to profit ndeqii'itcly from i'R
opportunities. Ti tlia disinterested
observer too mucli pessimistic doubt
and skeptidfin seems, to reflect lu
depressing inlltii'iice, upon tlio natural
activity that your eoplc nie really
endow ud with, and this serious evil
must be. subdued aud eradicated before
you ran hope to reap tlm most fiiiitful
results from golden promises. Y. 11.
HUB OF (Ml ASD GOLD.
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Soms In?ormatii&tV,tlon LiUle--nftwTui, i...- in!
Known Subject.
The Ulcli Mineral ltlt or Northern
'Arlzoini 'llio Country North
of tlie tJruiul Canyon
of tlio L'olorailo.
Contributed to Tub fcut.-IEiiocutT.
Wbllo tho poople of FhiJiSliiir am
fctlldyitifjoilt the pioblem of thu Iowii'h
futun entlmatiiij: tliu outcoiiui of the
lumber iulercsK sheep and cuttle,
potatoes), tliu probabilities of faetolies,
tbeiowth of toiulst liiucl It would
bo inteiestluj,', mid put Imps ainiwin"
to u""reg.ilo thu opinion and Uio leal
LiiomIciIo of thu unlli o comimii.ity as
to thu H'soutivs of northern At izoua
in thu mutter of veins and Indus of
ore carrying ireuiotis metals, aud
tuoio p.ulictil.irly such as may contain
gold and copper in pylu qn. unities.
Tliero mo leputed inoiiiislii yoldj
tfioSm-cts Hotitli 't ivn 'l,", n,'l3el I
rich silver limit. t bu found about
Coconino Point; being without knowl
edge tho hi iter will vontuto no opin
ion of these, but tht i is a vast le
gion to the west and uoith of tho San
Francisco Peaks, llngon both sides of
the Grand Canyon aud extending into
Otali, in which many lodes aud depos
its carrying silver, load, gold and
Copper are known to exist, tbo latter
metal especially being widely dis
tributed and occurring in many places
'8 a remarkably rich ruluoral.
This area, which is really a spread
lag southern spur of the Wasatch
range, was onco submerged and was
(ben covered to an enormous depth
with sedtlmontaiy material which sub
sequently was raised high above the
waters that had so long washed in
earreuts and waves abovo it, schists
and other eruptive rocks being forced
ep through veins and Assures in the
'limestones and sandstones, in some
ta)laces cropping at tlio surface of the
highest plateaus. Later fiacturo and
erosion formed tho crevices into
gigantic canyons aud It is in these
swatacts of strntas and in the numer
ous veins thus exposed that mh'eial
is umsi gftii'ially sought ami most
I'e.ulMv loiiml.
Hie wliolii temtori in .ciMesUoJu.i
t ii miflji-cTed tnitlo The
iuot Mipiiliflal cxMiniuutioii, anil
to-(lil( l one of Hie most pnirnlnlli".
tlebls in iifsi.'i ii Anieiica foi (he in
telligent anil tlioriiiih piospector.
Tho w liter Well reiiiembeis the pio
dieliou of V. C. Leu man, a well
known copper piospector of Coloutilo
in tliu caily '80s, who, after a trip at
that eaily date thlou;h ninth western
Aiizmm. iluelateil that it would one,
day Income the puatt'Sl copper pin
duciiig dcctioit in the wiulil, pro
uoiiiicing thu ci iipplngsi isiled in some
places the most prodigious anil liclicst
ho bad oter seeu. In tlio Gr.mil Ci.n
ioii in thu contact of the giauitu and
cement giuvels coppei oie is found of
uxceediiig liilmt'ss, sotuu of it I tinning
as high as 02 per cent copper, accoiu
pun iuil by fair values in gold and
silwr. It seems mciediblu th.ttsul
phuiet otu could buso high gr.ule,
but the mint ml is there, in many
ilaces oi (he bUlfaue, to deiumisli.ilu
lliil itletj tliu wriier U 8CU Vie fiom
the iiuekhoin claim, owned by Messi.s.
Ashtiist and liance, that inafuigu
moiled iato a bar of pure copper with
little loss fiom the oiigiual weight of
the ore. Tho claims of MeCiute,
Marshall, Nellls, Cameron and others
also produce ore that U remarkablv
high grade, yet It is certain that theso
are but tho beginning of discoveries
I that will bo. made in the great copper
belt, '
At Leu's Ferry a big Bait Lako com
pany has begun operations on the
copper deposits of that section, wbllo
more than one party is outfitting for a
I thorough search on the Buckskin and.
Kanab plateaus. With this copper
gold and silver is invariably associated,
tbo former at times showing good
values, in tho granite of the canyon
some of the pyritio ones showing hun
dreds of dollars per ton in gold.
Of course, the questions now are
economical transportation and facili
ties for reduction. When railroads
aro built and smelting plants are
within reach capital and enterprise
will quickly make this a splendidly
rich mining district. Thore is.no
question of its ore lodes; there can be
no doubt of its ultimate outcome.
THE DISTRICT COURT.
Adjourned Monday on Account of
Judgo Bethuno'fi Hluos3.
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Trunk IloRrrs linrceil Willi Illegal
ISrantllnc. Krl-aiea After Con
victionTerritory 4 It.
1:. Dncs". u Mistrial.
Flunk Holers, who was found jtsil f
Wednesday of illegal biamliiig, was
itirued loose Tliuisilay on awiitof
habeas corpus, it being shown that tliu
Distiict colli t had no juiilicltou in
llio piemises but that it was a case for
ibp Federal com is.
Tho case of thu Tenitoiy vs. H. E.
Daggs, charged with srand l.ticcny,
wht'teiu it is alleged that tho sum of
$8G0 was lecelved by the defendant
fiom thu Aiiziui.v Cential It ink, tie
fendaut duiiying the allegation and
lefuslng to isilo a receipt to or credit
the Albania Central bank therefor,
occupied, the attention of the couit
from Tiicbiluy until S.ttutday evening,
wliell tlio c.lo wiiiii 10 the juiy.
After being out foitj-four bonis the
juiy was unable to anivu at a veuliut
and so lepolted to the court Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The jury w.ir
then discharged.
Judge Belhuno had been ailing for
the past week and on Monday after
noon adjourned court until this moru-
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Juilgu RiiUsO cdilVeded court this
mnrulug and Issued it special venire
for llfty trial jurors.
bprlnK Kequlroa
That the Impurities which have ac
cumulated iu your blood duriug tho
winter shall be promptly and thorough
ly expelled if good health is expected.
When the warmer weather comes
these impurities are liable to manifest
tbemselvos in various ways and often
lead to serious illuess. Uuless the
blood is rich aud pure that tired feel
ing will afflict you, your appetlto will
full and you will find yourself "all run
down." Hood's Sarsaparilla tones
and strengthens the system, drives out
all impurities aud makes pure, rich,
healthy blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla
Is the ono true blood purifier and the
best spring madicine. Be sure to
get only Hood's.
E. F. GREENLAW
C. A. GREENLAW
6REENLAW LUMBER GO.
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA
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.MANUrACTCRCUS 'AND DEALEKS IN.
Native Pine Lumber, Ties, Bridge Timbers,
Telegraph Poles, Mining Stulls,
Shingles, Laths.
"GEE," WHIZ I"
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Pay no attention to the space above of
,-.the Greenlaw Lumber Company. They
only advertise a good quality of lumber,
and lots of it. We want to say to you
" that we have the best quality of "grub"
ever .seen in this part of the country,
and more of it; lhat our prices are hither
than tver before heard of I
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Can Tomatoes $ .75 per can.
Can Corn 65 per can.
" Punken " (Arkansaw). . . .40.per can.
Nutmegs S1.00 each.
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Onions, soap and other table luxuries
usual prices.
ANY OP 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,
FANCY GROCERIES,
FRESH FRUITS,
.CHAS. A. KELLER, Pbocriitob.
CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
STATIONERY, ' CIGARS,
Ml the Delicacies of the Season Fresh from the Market,
You are invited to call and inspect my Stock
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA .
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DR. A. J. SHORES
The blcjt and moit lueeessfal specialist o( the age in the
treatment ot all Cbtonic, hcroui and l'nato Dlvctut in
both Men and Women. All diteea o( tbo Ee, Ear, Ilrad,
Throat, Lungf, Stomach, Urerand Boweli, Kiuney. Bladder
an J Urinary Trouble!, Rupture, Catarrh, Pllei, tciema, and
Variocele treated n uu entailing success. Dlaeatei of u oman
peculiar to her eex aclentlflcaUy t.eated and permanently
cured. Lora or iiartiat lona of manly power and vigor la
you uk, middle aged or old men ruivelr reatorcd. W eaken
lng drama which tap tho vitality, destroy the health, caute
paralytn. Imanity and prematute death, quickly and perma
nently atopped. rrtato diwaaesotovery name, and nature,
cured without having any bad eflccta, and that disease Men
poisons theblood, decays the rxtncK and caunei more pbyr Iral
and mental luSerlng than any other known diteate, thor
onchly and (orercr cured without mercurial treatment. In
all prH ate diseasea o luuii
Not a dollar need be paid until cured
Catarrh a apecfalty. Wo euro the worst caxea in two to
threo months. Write your troubles it living anay from the
city. Thousands are cured at homo by means of correpoud
ence and medicines sent them. Consultation always free.
DR. A. J. SHORES, First A Bdwy, toa Angeles, Cat
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