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The Skylight kicker. [volume] (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1897-1898, December 16, 1897, Image 4

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TERRITOBIAL-
FJroa county Is ou a cash basisi
Tho Ynvapal county jail has elovou
occupants.
Stafford is to liavo a fouuthy so
says report. ,
w Vhooulx !s receiving about Unity
jai loads of freight dally.
Arizona has a mining camp in tho
southeast pait of tho Territory called
Klondike.
Tho Odd Follows of Tempo aro pro
paring to build a hall for tho order in
that little city.
Phoenix has one hundied and eleven
houses under construction wuich looks
llko a building boom.
i All boys under sixteen years of ago
in Prcscott must get o(T of tho streets
by nine o'clock at night.
A fanner living near Tempo sold his
hay crop off of his sixtv ncies this
season for seven hundied dollars.
iast wook a two year old ciiilil, son
ipf Jess Wansleo of Uiaham county.
fell into tho Graham caunl and was
drowned.
J'ho congressional mill has been
grinding for several cliijs, but hasn't
ground out any grist up to date that
is worm anything to luo people.
The leasing of tho school lands in
Maricopa county increased tho funds
lu tho county treasury to tho amount
of two thousand four hundred and
fifty dollars.
A Chinaman at Tucson was sent to
pyfjail a few days ago for drunkwmes.
This is tho first time a Chluamau uns
ever arrested in Tucson for this kind
of an otTenso.
tThe city council of Tucson has
passed an oidlnauco prohibiting tho
wearing of hats, bonueU or other
head covering except skull caps, laco
scarfs or other close fitting head cov
ering, in theaters or other places of
puolio ainusoment. This Is a good or,
tlinanco and every town council lu tho
Territory should pass a similar law.
Tho Pnoenix Dally Herald says: Occa
sionally Maricopa county secures a
grand jury that is willing to do Its
sworn doty, a grand jury that has left
its pot of white wash at home. It is u
good bit easier for tho citizens of tho
county to pay for a week or a month
of grand jury fees than to pay for
such embezzlements as thoy havo been
called on In the past to put up for, if
tho grand jury docs its duty every
time there will be no embezzlements.
Kxpcilenco has taught us that grand
jurymen aro llko other mon, that they
ate often inclined to white wash some
ofllcial or prominent citizen who has
swindled tho county out of thousands
of dollars, and indict somo poor wretch
for stealing a dollar or two. Thoro is
too much whlto washing done by grand
juries and they should not only be
ciitlcised, but they should bo pioso-
cuted wheio they knowingly disio-
gaid their duty and tho law.
New Dime Law.
Book agents may bo killed from Oc
tober 1 to September 1; spring poets
from March 1 to Juno 1; scandal
mongers from Apiil 1 to December 1;
umbrella borrowers fi om August 1 to
November 1, and Februaiy 1 to May
1; whilo every man who accepts a
paper for two rcais, but wheu tho
bill is"" presented says, "I novcr or
dered it," may bo killed ou sight
without reserve or relief from valua
tion or appraisement laws, and be
burled facd downward, without benefit
of clergy. Ev.
Willio Smith was plajlng with the
Jones boys, Ills motlior' called him
and said: Willie, don't you know
those Jones boys aro bad bojs for jou
toplaywtlhP" "Yes, mama," replied
Willie, "1 know that; but don't jou
kuow that I am a good boy for lucin
to play with?"
Hob's fathor was a mlclster and
every morning at pinyeis ho used to
praythat this child may bo brought
up in tho uuture and admonition of
(tho Lord." So ouo night when Rob
bad finished the prayers he wished to
"lengthen them, and, trjing to recall
Ills father's phrase, ho said: "Oh,
Lord, .take caro of this boy, ami and
bring'hira upjn iluostjlo."
The Tucson' Dally Citizen, one of
tho brightest dalloys in tho Territory
snysi "Official importations will bo
at a' 'discount after tho November
elections in 1898." Iu speaklug of
tho homo rulo bill introduced by our'
delegate lu congress it utters a grand
trullfin the following wnids: "The
bill iptrm!ucd by Hon, M. A. Smith
iu cougicss emancipating tho peoplo
of Arhona from pattUau patronage
ami grantlug.tbem political independ
ence touches a popular chord. If suL
niltted to a volo, uiuety-niuo out
of
i
Tho llttlo glil was visiting iu Chi
cago. After a romp sho climbed upou
a chair in fiout of the fireplace aud
was veiy quiet for some tlmo.
Wo woudoied what mischief fche
was planulug next, when sho remaikcd:
"I'd llko to know how folks know
heaven's a so-much better town than
this, when lUoj'vo never heon thoro."
This samo child, when still younger,
was tijlng to toss a ball to the culling.
Wheu her mama told her sho must not
thtow it so high sho exclaimed:
"Well, innybo the Lord'll catch it."
A little boy was sleeping with his
Irish uuiso ouo night, when nn awful
thuudeistoim muse. Tho girl im-
mediately fell on her knees and began
to pray. The little boy watched hor
for a time, but finally said: "It's no
use for j ou to inaj, Mary: God's a
Yangeo and he won't hear j ou."
"Chailie, j our father is calling j'on.'l
Chaillo Yes, I hoar him j but ho Is
calling "Chailie." I don't need to go
till he jells "Charles."
Kqunl to tho Kmerccncy.
"I want," said tho leccntly mauled
man in tho noveltj storo, "a lady's
bolt." &
"Yes, siiV' said tho pollto shop oiu
pess. "What sle?'' ffc
A blush mantled tho customer's bibnt
and ho swallowed twice in quick suc
ccioiou. Thou he said:
"I don't know exactly. Let mo
have a yaulstiek, please.
Aud as he placed it nlong.tho inside
of his arm, from shoulder to wrist, the
shop empress remarked boncath her
breath to her chum: "Ho aln,t the
fool ho looks is ho Jcnuls?"
(ilve TliU Attention.
All persons indebted to us ou sub-
sciiptionor otherwiso will plcaso call
and sottlo nt once, as wo are needing
what is duo us verj' much, and thoso
who fall to settlo by the 16th of De
cember, 1897, wo will bo compolled to
tlrop n om 'our books.
We havo been carrying somo sub
set ibcrs for months and years, but wo
can't do it any longor, as it takes
money to run a paper as well ns any
other business. Hereafter wo will re
quire subscription in advance, mid will
not doviatc from tho lequlroment.
l'lnccs of Intercut,
Tablo of distances fiom Flaffstaff,
Arizona to
Grand Canyon of tho Colorado
River G5 miles. Scenery Indeseilb
able Cataract Canyon 65 miles. Tho
abode of tho Supai Indians. Can be
entered only on horseback
Natural liridco 75 miles. Arch,
250 feet; width, 500 feel; height, 276
feet
Montezuma Wells and Castle 60
miles Point of great Interest
Walnut Can win 8 miles. The home
of tho CIUT Dwellers, a prehistoric race
of four hundred years ago. Walls 'of
castles pel feet
bunsot Mountain 10 miles. An
extinct wilcauo. supposed to have beon
nctivo four hundred yeais ago
Cavo Dwellings 8 miles. Tho homo
of a pi ehlstoiio raco
The. Ulack Ciator 15 miles. In
the center of tho laigest lava beds in
tho. woi Id
San Francisco Peaks 13 miles.
With an altitude of 14,000 feet. Snow
capped most of tho j ear. From the
top with u. good glass, One can see al
most one-third of the Tenltory
Mho Moqul Villages 100 miles. The
homo of tho Snako Dance.
Oak Creek 20 mites. Tho famous
Motiutnln Ti out abounds In this stream.
Ready for Agents
MMV ."Follovtlnsth Equator'
IHRK "tiSJ MARK TWAIN'S'
TWIN'S
I.IIWI.U Aa..... 4.fc. M.mlM
through Australia, IndU, Soutft
Africa, etc The AuUiort -Urpttct.
A success from the
stsrt. Enormous sale erared,
3000 AGKNTS WANTKD
to sell It. Eiclajlve field, whii.
PM
for circulars tnd terms. Mention paper. Address
& P. iliilH, MUit, 3U iiUrsJgs Uiek, pwtt, Cojt,
ovory hundred wouldr endorse" the
measure, so popular has it ,bocomo.
i 9
Little Jooplayiugiu tho stroot, was
called by his mothor, who saw a storm
iipproachlug. He ran for tho gate.
tUht thero ho was seized by a sudden
gust of wind which whiiled him past
it, Tho mothor leached ovor the
fonco and picked him up. That even
ing, to his papa, ho said:
"Papa, it's an ossel dood sing I'so
got a muzzcr, else .I'd been blowed
away."
Tally was A jcars old and lived in
Waukegau. Ho was dilatoiy iu com
ing to the table, and his father finally
spuko lather severely to him.
Ho climbed iuto his high chair and
after a moment, he said: "Papa, will
you let mo havo n caidP" "Yes,
Tully," aud ho handed him one.
"Papa, will jou lot me havo a peucilP"
"Yes, sir, lieie Ls one. Uut what do
you waut of a caid and pencil when
breakfast is being served?"
"Well, sir, papa, ou haven't been
kind to mo this morning, aud I am
going to writo a pote to God, and he'll
go for you, sir."
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MEALS, 25c LODGING, 50c.
X F. HAWKS, Proprietor.
THOMAS HOWE
Dealer In
FURCTJEBEDflil.
Phoenix Aye., ;
South Side of.
Railroad. - Track.
Notice For Publication.
Homestead Entry No. 1363.
JjAjo OrriCK at I'mshoott, Ant?.. I
October 30,1897. I
Notice Is hereby given that tho following
named sottler has ijled notice of his Inteu
tlnn tnmako final nroof lu support-of Ills
claim, and that said proof will -bo made be
fore tho UlerK of the rrouato uonrt niiiag
htaff, Arli , on Saturday Dec. 11. 1S7. vli:
John C. Studersbach for tlio P'i NEJ4 imo
NH SFM Soc. 28, Twpt. 21 N. U. 6E.
Ho names tlio following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion ot sale! land, viz: William Krledlcln.
Henry U. Lockctt. Franklin V. Bcal, Henry
Uuckner, all of I'laitstalT, Arizona, rt
FRF.DERIOK A. TUITI.K. RocUtcr.
Notice to CrcUItorei. K
Notice t hereby ttlvon by tho undorslKned
executor of the estate of Charles Reagan de
ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons
havloK claims against said decoasedto ex
hibit tho samo with tho necessary vouchors
within ten months from the first publication
pf till notice, to tho uuderslirncd. executor
at his place of business In Milton, Coconino
county, Arizona Territory, tho same being
:the placo where tho business of said nilmls-
iration or .aia estate Is transacted. All
claims not presented within tho tlmo herein
(specified will bo forever burred from allow
ance and 'payment.
v Dated at Milton, Ooconlnocounty. Arizona
jrorrltory, tins mi day of .Novombor, 1B9I.
scribing immediately and sending 13 cunts
44ttf6fial TtSF mSll'nglcipeTiJSrjFafcrt:
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Executor with tho wltt annexed of tlufestatc
of Charles Reagan deceased. Yl j
First publication Noy. IW. "
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LIQUOR STORE.
'llIUUS AUBINEAU
Dealer la
Fine Wines, Liquors
and Cigars.
St. Louis Bottled Beer a Specialty
Quietest place In town No g&mMInf
allowed.
7AMILY TIUDK SOUCITED.
SYKES BROTHERS,
Genera! Machinists)
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA.
Bicycle Repairing a Specialty.
HARD1TT BROS.
Postoffico address,
Flagstaff, Arizona.
Range. Clark's Val
ley. Mogollon Mts.
llriind as per cut.
All young stock
branded on both
sides, with swa low
fork and undcrblt In
each car. Also own
tlm fnllowlnir: Boot
T. all. anywheroon the hide of tho animal:
Root cattle, road brand W on right sldej T
cattlo oncon right sldoi horse brand. O. O.
J. A. VAIL.
Rango fight miles
southeast, of Flag
staff. Coconino coun
ty. Cattle branded J V
on left ribs; earmarks
square cut on right
ear. overslopeon left
car,
t'ostofftce address:
Flagstaff. Arizona.
1'robnto IJourt Notice.
Notlco Is hereby given that Gcorgo Hoff
man, administrator of tho estate of Mary J.
Hoffman, rdeccased, has filed his petition
with the Judgoot tho probate court of Coco
nino county, Arizona Territory, asking for
iui order Jj sell Uie.follanlU2.rcal estate be
laGftag W sa4d sMM. o-wt: Jteta'onc, two,
Uktrngtofftfii sltfsereaiufa etcbt In block
4 f. ,3 the WW M VjMoUt, eewity of Coco-
iBq.iernsory arj w ,' wtTate sale.
sarwa et MctIm
tme U -T.Ib o e
Jndebted-
rwttiat'MW kfef 4STaJ
-i'AII,peron lnterested-ln-wiWestato ore
hereby notified to appear before tho probate
court In thocourt liouso In the town of Flag
staff, Coconino county, Arizona Territory, at
ten O'clock n. m on tho Sth day ot Novem
ber, 1897, at which tlmo tho hearing ot said
petition will bo had, and show causo why
said pctltou should not bo granted nnd said
order for the sale of said real estate be made.
Given under my hand and seal of ofllco as
Probate Judge this SO day of September, 1897.
N. G. LAYTON,
Probate Judgo 'of Coconino county, A. T.
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