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&t)tfosaffpimBmotxal V VOL. XV.-NO. 5. FLAGSTAFF. AKIZONA, OCi'OJlEll 7y s;7. 10c PEB COPY" "E15I Zl l' kv ? If te : t J. A r ' , M' ' vj td ' - 1 'l PROFKSSIOXAl., DR. D.J. ERANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND Hunt eon. Klagitafr, Arizona. Will re pond promptly to all calls from any point . on the Atlantic ft Purine Kallroad. Office i ana anif store opposite tun depot. Tele' phone: Store. 1 : residence. 33. XT 8. ROMINON. M. !.. FLAGSTAFI". V V i Arizona. Offlcn nnH rAstilniif.n In tlit. Pfeyhrterlan parsonage. Telephnno No. 42. um.enours rrom w toil a. tntstol p. in. T? 8. Mil. JC.' tonn. race. Tele LER.M. It,. KLAOHTAri'. AHI Ofltcn. one door eiuL of Pout. Teleplionu No. 34 TJUNCII J0XE3. ATTOrtNEYS-AT-LAW. J Will practice In all the courts in the Fourth Judicial Muriel. Land litigation SPECIAL TY. Offlca at conrt bouse. I uut.lair. Arts. Ei P. CLARK, ATTOHNEV AT LAW. ,, Oftieo In the Habultl building, King, taff, Arlionu. l'mcilce Vcfore tint J.and Uepnrttrotii spocnlty. 0 SCAR GIBSON, iiioui. a ivii.'ii-Drt "i a rrniixirviJT.r it Will nractlca In fill conrti of th fourth Judicial district. Ofllw -Th K.JS ijoauey In i ha lUbbltt building. T.OttKT SOUIKTIK8. A 0. U. Y ."Y. Meets E.hall. VMl , U. W.-FLAOSTAIT I 0IM1E, Nol t. suvcry Thur iy night, in u. a, ltlng Workmen an cordlullv In vited. U. A. HUMI. M. W. Louts SriKre. Recorilet. fOURT COCONINO. I. O. V., NO. fcM - meets evt rv ruiMiay t venm Tl. Visiting l thrni cordlnll United to irnu. iitL. i C. U. Loots Srim. IU S, '.AOhTArK LODOE. NO. 7. l & A. St.- llt'irulur lueetlnpson the tlnt bnturda) t of each calundnr montli In Miioiilci. Bight Hall. ivlitutrit-K mitming. r-ojuuruiiig Lretliron rui-diallv IniltiMl. V. II. ANnnitSON. Muter. J, (Il'tiiiiie SAVAcr. M'cretary. JrOUKST CASH'. NO. 1. WOODMEN 1 of the World, nici tt the llrtt and third nndHjHlnrucli month. In tlioO. A. It. Hall. YUttliiKfeuitrHleiii cnrdlally wulcome. T.H. HUNCH, Couuoel Cum. T. K. Pl'l.LIAM. Clerk. G. A. U.-hEOULAU MEETINGS OK RaiiMim I'o.t. Q. A. It.. No. i. DfDurt- ruent of Arizona, will lie held In O. A, It. hall on fcecond and lat Sntnrcay In uach month. E. U. JONflS. roiuiimiider. E. If. Caaas, I'ost Adjutant. JO. O. F. , , tueeUei all. YHttll M.AnTAnr mnrir. no. ii. every Friday evening Iti Musoulc VHltlnit brethren cordlall, i coruiaiiv Invited. J. E. J , I- Doc otiKBTr. Secretary. J. E. JONE.H N. Q. ODNTAI. LODGE, NO, It. K. OP P. F J., '. IVI'inrm nrrrr WidiiHdav, ulirhLln the r Wtihnllrlo-6.AlI.all.CAlrMUa weoneiayj ulgblin t mm tw., ,md ihv.tun .na.i.ini.Tn Mi A. MAVPtrittFIt C-fl. O. II. Codlc K. ot It. b. CHUItUll DIUKCTOUY. ATHOLIO CI1UR0H. UKV. F. HILLY. I'atilor. On Mindnja: LowMksita?:30 ocku.ni.: Illgli )1m nt 10 a. m. hundiiT i-cbool at 11 it. id. Evening services at ''SO B, m. On mrt dajs: llawt at 7 a. m. n the tecoml Hunday of each month, prayer uieetlUR at 10 a. in.; bunday K.I100I at 11 a.m. All cordially Invited. F'IKsT M. V.. CHURCH. CORNER OF church and Lurciix Htrfets. O.l'.WIl aun, l'ustor. 1'reachlngHtlla. m. aiidTp. m. buudhyit; bundny M.I100I at 10 n. m.. Oscar nibKui, Superintendent. Clasx meeting., at 12.16 p. lu. Kpworth LonKUe i 30 p in. Prayer nuctlru Wednesday otciiIok at7:30 Kvervbodv welcome. T?llt!iT riJEPHYTERIAN CHURCH, r North tun I'lnntlMO atrtet. II. I'. Gin.er, pastor, Sabbath wrvlcess I'reachlm; 11 a. in. 11 ml (p. ui.: Hundav school. 10 u. m.; Y. l'.H. O. E. praytr nicctln?. T'l' p.m. Slld-wetk lonfervuce and prayer, Wednes day ovetilni; at 8 p.m. A cordial Invitation laextendi'dtoall. I FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. if 1. ' ' . 1 ' : Interest, lald on . Time arid Savings Depowite. Dras Sold Upoij 1 All Foreign? GodTjlries. Wo have an Extenslvo Patronage and Oor ' ret-poudoace throughout Arizona, and Invite our Hanking Uu.-.lm upon Liberal and onatrvatlve J'l'rms. B. N. FEEEMAN, President. T. E.TOLL0OK, Vice-PreeWent. ! V" nfi t '- .jyx .; TEARS AND 8MILE& The iklea cannot always be clear, My dear; The merrlftat eye must still have IU tew My dear;1 The clouds that are frowning above u to-day Will presently break and go floating- away, And the skies will be blue that are sullen and gray, My dearl We can't have Just happiness here, My dear; Tou would never he glad. If you ne'er shed a tear, My dear; The sorrow that lurks in your bosom to day, t Like the clouds, when you've wept, will go floating away, And the sl.lcs will be blue that are sullen and gray, My dear. , If It's coins to rain, It will rain, 1 My dear. No matter how bitterly we may complain, My dtar: Ther6 are sorrows that every good woman must bear; There are grief in which every good man luu a share, It Is only the fool who has never a care, My dear. The sUIm cannot always be clear. My Ct.tr, Sweets wouldn't be sweet were no bitter ness here. My denr; There cculd never be Joy If thero never was Borrow, the sob of to-day may be laughter to morrow, Ai.d there's gladness as well aa vain trouble to borrow, jiy dear! S. E. Kliier. In Cleveland Leader. yXAXXtAJUM-.- '.XXJ.J-KX.JL'4 Tnn Tw.rnnr; If UlNLltiiNllU .,. ... PREMISES. BY CLARENCE RCOK. ttTTrTTfvtTT'reThmHr TH I as dlJly. HAD watched her for some moments as my 'bus rolled slowly down Picea- and was greatly tnken by her op- pearance. UUe pavements acu the car ri.iuen vi ere iuii ui ""iiuriacu beautiful women; but pomchow seemed to have ei es for no one but that ffirl. She wore thesweetcet costume nn,.f),tt. lnlW..l,.W,l.n,lt, AiUhATT"..!' ..W-, SrJA," - 9.tir WiiSJ."-W;W0i"WO1V.tf 'I W j She was steering her bioyele with sUH I '"".-"''""""'" wu,vv. i MZ-.i i. i.t.- ...ii. 4 . 1,..1, , onu uotumss tnraiign int i:: ocjock tr.iflic of Piccadilly, and I loeged to see hi r face, which. I felt convinced, would please my ejc. But thit, of course, I could not do, cs she was riding steadily about 1rn yards In front of its. You cttnuot shout nt n girl on u bicycle from the top of a 'bus even if you know her name, an-1 I tould scarcely expect her tr. lookbiclsan whistle. I leaned ferwaid to the driver, hand ing him 11) open tobacco pouch. "Do you tkhk," I i-ald. "you could hurry up a bit rd pass that lady ahead? I want tp,see her face." IFe t tinted, und, jerking his head in the direction of Hyde Park corner, said: "Lldy on the bike blue dress cut snuey?" "You've guessed It," I replied. ne winked. Then he brushed his .horses with the whip, and passed the Victorit 'bus ahead, which seemed In no part'cular burly tonrrlveanyvvhere. The girl ahead, seeing n clear space be fore her, quickened up and held her own. "I don't think we can do It," I said, re signing myself to disappointment. He held Ms pipe between two fingers, and filled It with the remaining two, feeling, meanwhile, with his thumb for a match. I gave him my ma(ch-box. "It's all right," he said, ns he nursed the flaming match in his fist and puffed hh pipe Into action. "Thcre'n a block nt the corner." The girl slowed down, and stepped easily und surely from her bicycle. She sbpod upon the curb ntithe corner of St, James' street, leaning on her machine. I admired the pow of her head, the set of her shoulders, the pointing of her foot, as she stood silent and c.pcetant. As the 'bus drew up by her side, I leaned over and saw her face. I was not disappointed. It was as I thought. She was, to me, amazingly beautiful, "You will excuse me, sir," eaid a voice at my side, "but you have gained your object." I looked round at my neighbor, and saw a lady, by no means ill looking, of about my own ng, which Is on the wrong side of 30. There was something a little stern, perhaps n trifle con temptuous, In the cast of her features, and she was regarding me with much apparent aversion. "You have seen the young lady's face, and now, perhaps--nhat s right, conch man, drive on." The 'bus moved s'owly forward. I re flected a moment, for I had not noticed my neighbor before, and was c little rtartled at her implied reproof. "Excuse me." I tald, "I haven't quite gained roy object. I want to make her look ui me, end she won't. Now, what is the etiquette in such cases?" I turned and waved my arm at her b ,vt ,..... & ;"'' ,xuxhj fti if AvA3;V v v w 1. 1- '- A Y . . -it h. r-tiK-f 1 .j. '; jf l&hM-m "wm&j. ...7.i5HLSSHsaaae K,l- C .-..,.... - r- p -imm pa the 'buivtnt on. Hut she was mounting her,nMtehIne, an1, belnrr occu pied with thenrrangemeutof her skirts, took no notice ot tse. "May I ask;ja5d my neirtbor, "if that young Utjiu your slrter, or your cousin, or' "Certainly b," I replied. "Why do you asHf i ftj "Then, sir, I feijjit roy duty to tell you that you ore no gentleman." I sighed, spi ' "I know ihatl replied. "But I al ways pretend ioTie, nnd the public Is so gullible. How, m you find me out V "No (rentlcnuft,'' she said, "would seek to annojs a lady in the street, es pecially n lady-wko, clearlr. docs not wish to notice; him. And 1 can see that girl in persistently avoiding j ou." "0, is shc?"'l safd. "Just talt n mo ment. She'll be 4s pleased as anything when she sees that I have noticed her. Nothing nnnbjs a woman llkt Indif ference." "A girlalone and unprotected" she began. "She should be all the more.pleased to see me," I eald She was abreast of the 'bus ngnlu, und 1 leaned ocr the side, waving ray hat. She looked up yiith a glance of surprise. I nodded pleas.tntly. She lifted her eyebrows and smiled. Ktit a crawling liansom took her attention and she fell behind nguin. "There!" I said. "If ever agirl looked pleased, there she Is. Who am I that 1 sboti'd refuse a momentary satisfaction to a lonely girl?" I turned with a smile to my neighbor. Her face wai Hushed with anger, for 1 bad clearly proved her to be In the wrong. "It is men like j ourself who are the the blots on bur vaunted civilization," she said, "Such a sweet, innocent face, too." "Yes, isn't It?" I said. "I am so glad you agree with me, It's the sort of face I'te oiwn.ts admired; and as soon as I caught n back tiew ot her I felt certain when one of them Is aildrendDg the; would kii. oiirihuinlioiti of lt,Msaid. an" she would have iitat sort of face. That's other?" Having thus relieved bis Mr. Fasji.Hut.it tu Sam Johuaing.aeol il nt y I wanted to get a look at It." mini?, the. judge proceeded to pass scSV oretl wmtrr. ' -a "Such men as rWS ia 1" T rontlhued freflerttvelv "that U thi. - -. - -.- very girl I would marry at once. As It Is, of course, I can't. But that's not my fuult.isit?" "Yon are married?" sold the lady. "I am," I replied. "That make it much worse," she said. "On the contrary, it is my excuse." I said. "It Is all owing to my wife. If it were not fot her I should be well very different." "She must be u miserable woman," said the lady, "it she knows cf your conduct. My hcait bleeds for her." "Not at all," I uaid. "She is quite happy; us lmppj cu that girl. Now dill you ever see u more charming girl?" I turned nnd bent a nod in the direc tion of the girl who was pedaling along quietly just behind the 'bus,. She lift ed nno hand from thi handle-bar und waved it to mo In friendly response. "Under the rircumstncccs," I said, "I think 1 shall Epcak to her; otherwise ImlghtmissherwhtiilgctoffatSIoane street. Do jou think she would mind?" "Let me implore you," said my neigh bor; "if you do I shall speak to the con ductor." "It would be grossly improper," I said, "urlesi he happens to be your brother or your cousin or" The lady sniffed nnd looked round, But the conductor was not In iew. I leaned down, and the girl looked up inquiringly, riding to the side ot the bus. "I am going to get off at Sloane street," I called to her; "will you stop' there?" She nodded, and bending slightly over her handles quickly outstripped the 'bus and rode on past St. Geotge's hos pital nnd down the slope. I leanfd back In my scat and watched her ap preciatively as f.1 e floated awaj . "Never in my life," I murmured, "have I seen aajone whom I admiie mote. A most delightful girl!" 'A most disgraceful IneidenU" said my neighbor. "You see," I said, affably, "two people meet 'twas in a t;rovwl nnd their hearts rush togcthet like magnets, or poles, or whatever tie thine are. It is quite clear to me (hat we were made for ore another. Don't you believe In affinities? They an 'fun." "It. Is not a mutter for jesting; It Is n very serious matter to tamper in this' way with the innocence of" "1 think it is rrther n joke," I said. t "It mny bea joke for the. man or, rather, he;;nay think so, mistakenly; but ou'ncver by nny chance think of the gJrM And I feel it sny duty as a 1 wo.najtto prptest against" ui jss my 60uii" 1 exclaimed. "I think'of the girl always. She is never out of my thoughts." "Tl e girl!" the glrl-that flirt. Didn't I itimfc. .frfvrT K "af NHt mwnriaBsiiV3SEiiOf MJi T. WiStt 13t ' S.P,rilkL'vS.tr!W BTntnWsi'l1l "V explain? O! here we are!" "Sloane street!" said the conductor. I jumped up. "We!!, we've had a most InterMtlnjr conversation, I said. "You see, she's waltln- for me at the corner. I knew it. I never underrate my attractions.' As I descended to the patcmcnt.Celir greeted me. with a smile of welcome v.hile the eyes of my late neighbor bored two holes in my back. "now lucky to meet like this,", said Colia. "Where did you see me. first?'' -0. In riccadllly," I replied. But I couldn't be sure it wnsjou until If aw j our face. I want to get some tobacco here, and then wc can walk along home' together." "Had an amusing day?" Eaid Cclia. ' "Excellent," I sold, "more particu larly the ride down." "" "You Eectcd ery much interested In C.v laCy on the 'bus," said Cella, as wc stopped cr.tsldo the tobacconist's. "Did yon knowhci?" "Xetcr saw her before," I said. "Right under my very eyes, too," said Celia. "I couldn't help It," I said. "She reemed to have some objection in me, or to you, or to tomcthing or other seemed to see something wrong in our btimior." S?iS.?" kDW X WM-JUrW"e7 it didn't know me." I replied. ' "Cutd:dn'toutc:ihcr?"nEkedCel:a. "tVcll," I '-M, "now 1 cpmc to think of It, I don't ucliei c I did." Black and White. f Intcrruptlns a Cpmrrsatlon. ' Tho'ate Justice Maule was oncccn gcged In passing Ftntcnee on a ptls-, oner, when one ot the officers of the. lOurt annoyed mm by crosing thr gangivay beneath him with papcisfcr) membcriofthe bar. "Don't jou know cried thft judge, sccrely addressing the tflkial ctilpilt, "that you ought never to pats between two gentlemen R.V1' , 0I-V6It J'"?1 renal servitude I An Odlona ComunrUnn. - V' - TJl "v" ?:ca" IKL"!""". v!P8 unmeoiBgriPFrT nmMijaY 'iT,ifft.-.T;.-.i.tA.Li ... .....',- 'Tt ,'-.. "z. An Odlooa Comi.nrl.on. The following is a story of a doctor at one of the London hospitals. lie was one day lecturing to a class of students when ho stopped to ask a question, which for some time none of them an swered. Rut one man, who had never answered a question before and was looked upon ns the fool of the c!nss,an sweii'd liim correctly. The doctor was iibtonlslii-d. und stared ut the man in uniizemeut. "Yon look surprised, sir." said the student. j I "So dltl R.tlaam!" was the doctor's shurp reply. Tit-lilts. , A r.irrisruT'n Infrrence. "It is not MmMdered tkslralile to be happy IniOiis. iciiitry. I llnd," said the Intelligent tuii'iciiiT who had about masterrtl Hu- muiiiie "Wlmt tti'ikcH vm fty Hint?" "You li.ve n prnwrli vvhli h. speaks of the linppitiuss. nf nrliiiu at high title." "Yen." "And you June inotln-r which ad vises n mini nut ti In- n ! 1111." Judge. Ilovr to Tell. Melissa I'm sure Fred is in love w ith me. He comes to see me three nights a week. Mellnda He's only half in love wait till he comes every night. Up-io'JDate. tilri .Study. "(Iris are queer; iiiivn beforcajoung woman fulls In low tht' thinks mure of a dug thitu of ait thing rise on eurtJi." "Yes?" "Ami then nfler she hits been married awhile she goes bj'k to the dog." N. Y. Truth. I tin lure Iti.fiiniire. She fenieil to iniiUe llieiivuvval. "Kd-1 wunl," she tiillernl, when the eotild no lunger iHiKlpoue the iiieiitnble, "my father Iihh fitlleil 111 Iii.himcm) " Jle slilvei eil "vhih!" he Flghed. "iidvv Unit von h.ivi' lici'iiiiu-rteh I sup pun" uur fmiil iluiiiii of love is. nt an end." Detroit I'lllnme. LEVI STRAUSS & CO. FACTORY-SAN FRANCISCO CAL. COPPER RIVETED yiDc OVIRALLS AND SPRING BOHOM PANTS. tVEIIY OARrACNT OUAKANTCKO. iMPiov oven aoo oiitL. K i . r r w - 4" r . v'Try'T ' . i-rfv .U S f theleaaswra, fl ' I POWDER AlMelHtelyPur aovAi mam mwet eoM mwvom. ( il.bmlul for Itii-'-aMiVfiiliDrstreuKth and hi.ilthfiiliiiK. Assure-. tbe foo.1 acninst jIiiiii mid nil foriitt of adulter itlon common Ki ill.- rln'.in fir-mi-. II')VAL UAKI.SG I'OWDEltCO.. NhW YORK, Ife'x SntUfled. She now w ould you like to try your luck in the Klondike? T7 t'll T .l...U .. HA 11T..A engaged Yo ;;;;; miflion I'mn;i -Detroit Tree Press. The Cat Came Dttk. . Todd Don't kill it. Nodd Why not? Todd It's apt to make a worse noise uvuu itj.wi tunc, uirv U1UKC uuuic strings of catgut. Town Topics. It Often Works That Wnr Drummer What were the gross re- ppfnt nf thl lr.-prr.nm ff.ftm1 trlvnrw DJ' the ladles of the church last night? Square Corners Merchant Nine dol lars and odd cents, in the hole. Puck. Why Hi- M.illi-U. wish, when yim Uiriug boup, yon '-t-UJSr woiri, " J"',"J. iii.h un rr,iwrK bhwci replied twiin, Willi w v . . . JF. grin thnl iiihiIc flu: top of Ins head Jook. like an ihluiitl. -I titiitiu.tiv Times. t'l.i'n Vi,m dm. "So t.hr l no piitut to this jokev Isn't there?" iuk-l Ml, Sun Kers, as he received the rejet-ted ultticiMn from the editor. "ThufM vvli.it I Natd." replied- theied- Itor, "but I nee I wit's itiiMnKctt. I)ok- ItiK at it iroiri otimily. I perceive that ' yoit hsive put.it perioii at the end." Up- to-Iate. i:rri.-rt fttni I'r.-ferrert. Mrs. Ileiipuk (with u helf-satisried air) 1 iMtine thut whenever linrtT.i Cifth A. Co mlverliM- for eletks or salcs jiieu, the,) Hlvv.ijsMj Murrtfd Men pre ferred. Mr. II (mi einplove of Hard, Cash' A Co.) Ya, the. old t rants. They want men v ho 111 eiiM-dto being bossed. N. Y. Meekly, it)- tin- i;milp. Iltliel Who was th.tt man J ou just buvved tuV IVuelupu-'l hat wns Dobon, ther gteitt tilutnver. Ktl el- A iMiiiipoM-r, .lid jou say? ev--Vfi. . in.iiiiilitt-ttirrs s6V)tr lug sirup. ToruiiUi News. . Mlt'itft- tint,, ttivntarnt. Cltuid Did jou heur atiout young" llnrdiipV Mitiid No. , I'l.iml lie proposed to a deaf andl" ilumli lioness, und now lie's suing for" lirvncli of piotutM' 011 I lie gniiind that tdlein.t' given ioiimmiI. N. Y. World. s, el tJ.rl. I klined hfr llichltv mt ihH.'heeJt, llrr face hinxp.1 00. x 1 emikl see; 1 thought In i.ttt 'ik tt rei-.tno'd apeak She turned thr. hereiimk to ml -Vlevelnnd I'Uin Umler. The Lnw'nml the Dairy. "I hear thnt the great law firm of Gouge & Gobble has engaged extensive ly in tihedntrj business." "You don't saj !" "Yes; milking an estate." N. Y.. Truth. MARK. ' r w- Zr Iff r KAieffift'1 ""nr"! i tr" "?ng j & t:'J.