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T?S9I 4 - 3 A 35 lagstaffSHit-Hemocrat " VOL. Xy.-NrO. 4. FLAGSTAFF, AKIZONA, TJlUttDAY, SEP TEMPER 30, 1897. joc per copr "MlfffMfcmiritrtii ii. iiinri- niniiimni i ' "' !... MrtMMMMPi to , rm)t i! , i' l'UOKKxSIONAL., Dlt. rt.J. WIAN.NKX. PHYSICIAN AND Sunroon, KlHKstiifT. Arlonu. Will re ispond promptly to nil rails from liny point on tho Atluntlc A. l'.idtlc Itullroud. cilllee and Uruff store oiipoMte the depot. Tele v phones: Store. 13: residence. 32. WS. liOHIN.-ON. M. .. nG8TAFK. , Arizona. Olllco and residence In tliu Pn'sliyterlan parsonage. Telephone No. ii. CtrOfihti liuuis from U to 11 a. lutS lo4 t. in. ES. MII.Li:it.M. .. KtiAGSTAKI". Altl ,, rnnu. olllce. oiib door cast of Post 'Ol'.lco. Telephone No. S4 BUVCH JONK8. ATTOitNEYB-AT-LAW. Will practice In all the courts in the I'onrtli Judicial llltrlct. Land lltUratlon a 8PECIAL TV. Office at court homo, rlanstalT, Arlt. EP. CLAWv. ATTOKNEY AT LAW. .. Olllco In tho It.ibbltt bulldlnsr, KIiik sinrf,' Arlitoau. 1'ructlco before tlm Laud Depart meat a fpcculty. OSCAIt GlllSOX, ATTOltSEY-AT-LAW Will practice In Ml court of the fourth Judicial district. Office with K. 8. Uoney In the Uabbltt balldlng. MKCItET, HOCIKTIKS. A O. U. W.-FLAGBTAKK LODOE, No. 13. jTY, Meets every Thursday night. In a. A. K.Tiull. YblttiiK Workmen aro cordially In cited. O. A. HUSH, M. W. Louts rYiKiis. Hecordcr. "-OtJKT COCONINO. I. O. r. NO. rW, V. meets e i rv Tuesday evening In O. A. 1C null. VIuIiUil' brethren cordially Invited to attend. III!. I). J. 11UANNEN. C. K. ' Louis frmis. It. S. , TLAGSTArT i r Iccrular mr lilcht of each n ' LODGE. NO. 7. V. & A. M. meetings on the lint Saturday h ralendtir mouth In Masonic Hull. KIlD.itrlcL biilldltiE. bolouriiluc bretlireu cordially Invited. t II. ANDEltSO.N, Muster. J. GUTiiiur Savaue. tccrelury. T70REST OAMl'. NO. 1, WOODMEN P of tho World, meets tho first and third Jlondaysln each month. In tho U. A. 11. Hull. Visiting ttoiirclitiiH cordially welcome. T.H. IIUNU11. Counsel Com. 'T. E. I'irixiAM. Ulcik. GA. i:.-IIEOOLAH MEETINGS Of , Hansom Post. G. A. 'It.. No. 4. Depart, ruemof Arlwna. will beheUnti O. A. It. hall on second and lust Saturday In each month. E. It. JUNK.". Commander. E. II. Chens'. Post Adjutant, JO. O. K.-KL08TArT LODOE. NO. 11, , meets uery l-'ilday evening In Masonic ill. VUitltiK brethren cordially Invited. J. E. JONEs. N. O. J. L. DorcmsiiTV. Secretary. ArOIJNTAl LODGE. NO. 15. If. Of P. Ji IVl imcts every Wednesday night In their 1 t-iwlu hall In G. A. It. hall. All Osltlnz . brotheritlinluatOHttend. .!- ' C. II. Co I! I.I!. K.of It. Si. ciiL'iicn niiiKtrroiiY. "ATUOLIO CIIUUCII. HEV. P. DILlY. - Pastor. On Sunday: lxwMaKsat7:30 o'clock' a. in.; High Mass at ID a. m. Sunday School at 11 a. in. Evenlnjf services ut I'M 6. m. On week (lays: Mass ut 7 a. in. n tho second Sunday of each month, prayer roeetlnc at 13 n. in. i Sunday bvhool at 11 a.m. All cordially Invited. FIKST M. E. GHUItOII. COKNEIt OK Church and I.areut Streets. O I". Wll on. Pastor. Preaching; at 11 u. m. and 1 p. m. Suuduyni bunduy school at 10 a. m.. Oscar Gittaon, 'Superintendent. Class inectlnKS at 12:15 p. ui. Kpworth Lcuguo e:30 p. m. Prayer meetlni; Wednesday uvenliur. at 7:30 Everybody welcome. IUST I'KESKYTKHIAN CIIUUCII. North Pun l-'rimclhco street. II. P. Coi rser. tLHstnr. Sabbath services: Prcachlni! II a. tn. and 8 P. in.; Siindav ncbool, 10 a. m.; Y. r. s. v. k. prayer mccunjr. v.t p.m. Mid-week conference! and prayer, Wednes day evenlnz at 8 p. tn. A cordial Invitation U extended to all., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. GEHTRRL vrtV- 'OLDEST BANK IN. NORTHERN ARIZONA. 4 - Interest Paid on Time ' l and Savings Deposits. J" fDrafls Sold,, Upon ' .1: IA11 Foreign' GbGniries, 'We have an Extensive Patronage and Cor respondence throughout Arizona, and Invite your Uanklns Business upon Liberal and Conservative Terms. 3,N. FREEMAN, President. T. E. P0LL00K, Vioe-Preu'deot. OVER THERE IN KANSAS. lilii'l,( lintl lot Ut s'ty, Sni'ffin' llko ii' Iviusits. Wull It to 'm.i'Vcrf lilj Clillckin' fit tt ut Kiiis.is. Air jt-st full .' slmnliT il.tcis I'roni lli luisy eustorn ni ti'ls 'iViiir I" liri'.'ik ft 1st )iiiit',i ho.trta, Overlliero In K'Uif is. Snv Ih-ti'n wlii'i'p otcloneH are'1 Lorn, On tlm )1nl:i i.' Kniitiii, ! Eveiy tvonl a woiil ' scoru Fill- the folks if i Ivuisiis. Hiii)cs ilitrki'iiln1 ilm sun. Dozens of 'elU wi'J-ili u Inn, iseem t" llilnk Its lots nf fun Cuickin' jokes nt K:iiis:is. Now il'.s romo tlielr timo to littigli, Them 'nr folks In Kansns, Glvfn' i'lmpi'iinrH llin jrj0f 'Bunt h (Tit Irs in Kinns. FleliU n Inilglii' nut with wheat, Coin for nil the world to oat, Other rrops Ih it ein't ho heat. Over tlmrn in K'tiisns. Trnlns a hulilin' nut tlm stuff Fiom tho ilnlns ii' ICnnsat, Kiiili'diiils can't. yet p.us onough Fur tn eniply Knns-is. Ort In sen tlm f hi tilers iln, Sirnko the lll.tos mi their chin, As tho cash conies rolling $n. Over there in Kansas. Women sin-jin' sons ' glie, 'Hi.mt nl' fruitful Kansas, H. iliics crnwin1 meirily Eierywlimo in Kansas. Purty ;als n hn.tin' clothes, Tiie-ahi out from heail tn tons, Stjlp? You bet vntir llfo she goes Over there In Kinsis. When the cares n' iluv U tlone, On tlm plains o' K.insas, An' tho kills begin tn yawn, Sleepy like, in Kansas, Farmer wipes his glasses blurred, Keails a chapter of tho Wnril, Then kneels down and thanks the Lord That he livts in Kansas. Denver Post. Mnke the. Most ot Yourself . "Il'is the duty of every man tn make the most of himself. Whatever, his capacities may be, ho is sure tn find sonin place where he can be useful In himself and tn others. Bui ho cannot i each his highest usefulness without good health and he cannot have good health without pure blood. The blood circulates tn every organ anil tissue and when it ic pure, rich and healthy It carries health tn cntiro sjstem, but if it is impure it scatters disease wherever it flows. Hooc"s Sarsapa rilla Is I ho nnu true blood purifier. It cures salt l heum, ccrofula, catarrh, dyspepsia and 'iheumat'sm because these diseases have I heir origin in the blood. Helped Illru to dvertlse. A few weeks sign it limn who was enlarging pictures visiicd the residence of Mart Williams of this place sas tho Punxsutawney Pa., 'Spirit.' "Wo aro lining wime very tinu wpik," said the agent, "and (n order to intro duce it to the public we make ymi I lw Brat picture free. Wo will expect you to show tho picture In yotir neighbors, of com so, ami help advertise us in that way. Otherwise, I he picture will not cost you n cent." Air. Williams hunted up a picture and gave it to tho man to enlarge. The other day ho returned with tho enlarged picture. It was enclosed iti u gaudy frame. "Of course,'' tho man explained, "the piciuro costs you nothing, but wo charge $5 for a frame llko that." "Tho picture is nil light," said Mr. Williams, "It pleases me first rale. I will just take it in the other room and seo what my wife thinks of it." And Mart went Into another ropm removed the picture from behind the pass and returned with the empty frame. "My wife likes the picttiro first rate," be said, as ho handed back tho frumo, "but sbo thinks we cannot afford to buy the frame. We like tho picture first rate. By the way, wo have two or three more pictures here that you may enlargo on the same terms. I am always willing to help a fellow along that way wuon I can do it without any expense to myself." But the man didn't take any more. n II ii felt that Marl was a poor subject. to work any film tl-vu gnnies on, 8tH so with n strained "go-jd day" he left for greener fluids, cirrying Ids empty frame. - . ' ludltum with Knlr skins. One of the mrstHtiiMJtw Muxicj is presented by tho Mavtjllndiius, who Inhabit thnSlorri M:i'lV mountains In llio lower ptrt of Sounra. Tbny have fair skins, hlipi eves and liht hair, and studenis of ethnology1 have always been puzzled to accoii'H for them. There is a tradition, 'limvever, that I liesH Indians are tilt ,dsi'inliiiiis of the crnvv and pissn:jersof a1 Swedish vessel wrecked on the Mexican coast centuries before Ciliimbtw discovered the new word. But tho tradition Is founded on nothing rnorof 5uhstantiitl than n fnlklorn tale, current amoni: i them that tlmir nticestonncime over the big salt water hundreds of months ago.' The Mexicans have never bMi able tn conquer the popIe- Nominally, indeed, they are titn!erMnlc:in rule, but really tlmy aro governed by their mvn chief, and whenever, the Mexican government has interfered with them tlioy have taken up arras, gritting tho best of the snimnmgo j.cvery time. Their nenresl Indian neighbors are tlio Ynquis and those two wailiko tribes have reciprocity down to a flne point. Etch help tlm other when the Mexicans attack tliern. Tbo Miyas live principally by tho chaje. although they cultivate some corn and garden trurk. The men are large and well formed, and some of the women are remarkably handsome. Ohio State Journal. A l'utcni office Incident. The p-ilcnt nfflco official pliowed po- It.ali fi'j.tn Iiib itliiita n, ,liatftittr ill vii4ir.ln-i'Intlifi of cIeii5(Puf?"and a smooth faco greeted Itini with a sub dued "good, inorning, sir." "Uood morning,'' responded the official, with a cheerful, huudred-and- hfn-dollar-a-mnuth maimer. "Is there nn) thing we can do for you tills morn ing, sir?" "I don't know, leaily, sir," crooned the caller, softly. "To know if you can is the nbjecL,of my visit this morn- in-', sir." "Very well, state your case, and if we can do an) tiling for you, you may rest assured it will be douo." The visitor cleaied his throat pretty much us if Itu wore goiug to deliver a sei moii. "I think," hit said, slowly, and with hesitation, "If I mistake not, that I saw a statement in out! of tho public prints in the effect that this olllco would not issno a patent on Sunday. Is that true, sir?" "Qu'.to true. It does not." Why is that, sir, if I may nsk?" "It is against tho rules of this office is nil I know." "Will ii issuo one on any other day of thii seven, sir?" "Certainly it will. That is what It Is here for." "Oh, thank you, how nice," twit tered the visitor, taking a large madras handkerchief from his coat tall pocket, shaking it out and wiping bis brow with it. "That being tbo case, It you will bo kind enough to let mo hare one on Tuesday, sir. jou will do me a great pcisonal favor. You see, sir, iuesday is my birthday, and I want a patent on it, so no ouo can UJi it for birthday purposes, sir, except myself." Tho Evening Star. m m A Western paper tells a story of a mixed brood of children which re veals the confusion liable to exist in certaiu families. A widower and a widow, each having children, married, aud children were subsequently born to them. The parents ngrccd much better than tho children did. Que day a neighbor, going past their place, heard a commotion within, out or which rose the voice of the wife, screaming to tho husband: "Jim! Jim! Hurry out in the yard! Your children and my children aro beating tho Hycs,out,of our children." CARRIED OFF BY A. H0R3E, HeHeniled Kor tin. sntlon House nni Nothlns Could Stop III m. "The Instinct of llin Iioinh is n won nVrful tiling.'' slid tlm min who likes to ranrtllze. V "Tt was a long limn ago'," siid he, "and I am happv to sty most of the people eo'ineeted with the adventure are now dead inclui'llng the horse. Un was a str'?ti!r. grav betst,- with n rclinbtn'nxprossioii, and tho m tn who sold him In me sitd ho hid no tricks and no weaknesses. I am a pretty irnoil judso nf it horse ntvse"lf. and I could see'th-tt lie wis siund and cheap at tho price. "I had had lilm for a cnuplnnf davs, when my brother-in-law and I decided to go for a drive Into town. The linn e trotted alnng sWdilv for a mile nr two, and then qniekoned his pico and began tn gallop. In vain we tried tn stop him; in vain wo tugged at the reins. He didn't seem to b fright ened; he was just determined. And what made it wnrso was that as wo camn Into the m-iin street everv rain, woman and child that, we mit was nii the broad grin". Nobody tried to stop us; nobody seemed to bo concerned about us. "Finally that infernal beast turned into a side street nnd brought up with a jolt that threw us both into a heap against tho dasher. And then, before you could wink, half a dozen great, big, blue-coated cops had us by tlm collars and were hustling us into tho staliou house; nnd I'll swear the horsf winked at us as wo wpnt by him standing as meek as a Iamb ho was then. "Tbcy wouldn't let us explain. They Said that iinrcllil lieeil ,slolen Iwli-e. and had'brought Ilm ihleves straight into town at a hard gallop. He used to run with the patrol wngon. but h:nl boon pastured (irnwhorn out nf town necanso bn hud iieen sick. It w.is mid-summer, and tho peopln wo knew wore cot in town, as repealed calls at tho telephone proved. Finally, about 1 o'clock, Ilm pollen reporter nt the Mumldoii.s iiiutcred in, and, as luck had it, ho knew me, and w; left. Hut Wo took the train home. Wo didn'l want tho horse, and I never .got mt money back. Tluit animal's insiinei cost me about $115 good, cold cash" Washington Star. Free fills. Send your address toll. B. Huekleu & Co., Chicago, and get a fieo sample box f.f Dr. King's Ne.w Life Pill's. A trial will convince you of (heir merits These pills urn easy in iieiion nnd Hie pat ticularly effect! vii in the cure of const! pat ion and sick headache. For miliaria and liver troubles they have been proved inv.ilu.tble. They are guaranteed to bo peifec,iy free fiom every delelerious suhst tiu'e ami to be purely vegetable. I'lmy do not wetk en by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels gieatly invig orate tho sjstem. Regular si.e. 2oc per box, at Dr. I. J. Brannen's ding store. Snnlce-Ultn Kennedy, A day or two since Clias. Lnitttt, who is well-known and is7 now delving into Mother Eirlli for s.nnu of the hid den trensuro located in a pirtieular spot near Soi in ranch in the br.igoons. LEVI -STRAUSS & CO, FACTORY-SAN FRANCISCO-CAL COPPER RIVETED TSAOG ri ijflY II mill fj OVIRAUS AND SPRING B0H0M PANTS. tVERY OARAAENT OUArTANTCtO. IMPLOY PV6H 390 OIWLJi. Royal msm tbe tood pare, wholesos rl elsMrl a, , POWDER Absolutely Pursj N mowm. miow romm ooi MtwvMK. t Iubrated for Hi irre-u Itm veiling strunifth aid lieiilthfiilins. Assures the food ajralnst nluni mid .ill forms of adulteration common to the cheap bnihds. It'lYAL' IIAKINO I'uiviitiiw.. iufcw ifuuri. was hilleii by a snake of the, Blaclc Diamond species, inflicting a painful woiitui nir tho lej. Tlm u ike, abiut five fuel long, wis disp itched, and its kiij, a le'iiniifiil !). Is now uuiiitiered among tlm creepy o dlectioii nf , rep tJIInu relics at th: S irin r.i'icli. Ue-m.-irkalilo'as it mav appear Charles does not mind a su tko hito much more th in an afttck by a mosquito. , He knows of t slmplrt nun I which is al most always clos i at hand and bes niiV siuko poison antidote extant. He ' applies the fresh cut sidn f u( an onion tn the wiuuiil. and while wait ing boils I wo or three, of tho sanm and applies them. It-lief follows quickly. CYirles has b'e'i bliien a dozen times, and therefore has Icid frequent oppor tunity o lest the efli tey nf this reme dy., which ho stys his never failed litfjr'i!"iisUCunkVdcou might as well ihr..w a viy his snake and lake Hih pledge, as hU belter half will liereafier insist nu lilliughis pock ets with onions ivli-n he goes out for a proiimnidn in ilm snake season. rombstone Prospector. s A tlurr for IMHihik folic. Hksodkcg. Scrnven Co., Ga. I have been subject tn attacks of bilious colic for several j cars. Chamberlain's colic, cholera mid diarrhoea remedy is the only sine lelief. It acts like a eloirm. One lie of i gives relief when all m her remedies fail G. D. Sharp. For sale at D. J. Braunen's di ug store. .7 on os Wn on III I.nHt Iks. In fuel it was only a matter of a few da wild hint so he sent for thlee ministers, a Presbt leri.tn, a Methodist and a Jewish It ibid, and told thenx that if they eich put $100 in his voflin he would leave l hem $d,000 each in Ills will He died shortly after and the day after he was buried tlm Meth odist minister met thn Presbyterian and asked him if ho put his $100 in Ilm casket. "I did," said the Presbyterian. "In what form did you put it in?"' "In livo $20 gold pieces. "Well, you'll get your $5,000." "How did you put yours In?" "I put in a crisp new $100 bill." ','Well, you'll get your $5,000 too.',' Just then they saw the Rtbbi across tlm stre'et and tbev culled over and asked him in what-fnim hppnthls$100 in the casket. "I put in my check for $300 and took on, tho change." Ex. MARK. a' i i , i-il.t t i .1 . iJt 1 ' i " 4 'v ' ?S': W- ' 1 'tv'l j ypf '-MM' Hun !wviAwln.'iMil,W1iW(s TT tmvmvwmvMrnwmMivm bwhi'tW'"'1 ,t v i" - V - JEW - .- ,ft.