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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 22 April 1897

BKHMnQN 1 hejFtoflstoff0Mtt- y . i :rrrs?. --,i,$ Terrifioriil.Libra, IMt ; VOL MV-NO. 33. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, .APRIL 2, IKJ.7. H. .r V. H rl' J JL J Will M $ JOc FEB OOFlf 9 :. , X t. Wf5, - f :; . V. " ' !? A SNAP! V!HV. A circumstance by which YOU can save money and that's what we arc all after these days, isn't it ? WE HAVE A SNAP ! In What ? SASH AND DOORS We have just ordered a carload of Sash and Doors, and to. make room must clean out some of those Fancy Marginal, Chipped and Cathcdralled ' DOORS WINDOWS Mnxlco Is ii"t tii l) coinpaivil w,, Flatttir. For dajs at a fln tln conditions would Ijh Klmo.u pmfect anil then MiuMrnly tlm iiim.isplipiv would bectiniB mi iiiiRicad.v an to ivii. iler work with tlm Hi-e :1iim ver. unreliable. It is tlm upininii of tli' pntfpMur that tliBio U no pl.inn on tin. North Anifiicau rouiinenl that cm rompaip, nnti day with anotlmr f.,r Mm u'holn 365, uitli FlaLMiafT m it for an aslrononiicjil oliqi-rviitoi-v." E, P. GREENLAW s C. A. GR...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 22 April 1897

J rf.. ! V i' 4 .GE1RITWAK. Turkey and Qrooco May Involve the Groat Powers in HOBtllitloa. sTHE UNITED STATES OUT OF IT. Secretary Sherman Says ThU Country Will i Preserve a Coune of Strict Neutrality W' Opinion! Expressed ai to the European Situation. Washington, April 19. War between Oreoco anil Turkey means, in the end, a general war in Europe. This is the opinion of members ot tho diplomatic corps, and also of officials of our own government Although ohary of pub lic expressions of theso opinions, for diplomatic reasons, a consensus ot tho viows on tho crisis in Europe held anion? well informed men in this city is that the breaking out of the long ex pectcd war between the great powers cannot bo long delayed. The European concert will fall to pieces under tho rough friction of hostilities. For a time, of course, the powers will en deavor to restrain tho combatants. Their efforts will bo directed wholly to confining tho outbreak to the two countries immediately involved. But thes...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 22 April 1897

aiUMWD illljlll jlffffll'lfffW nrrti 1e5hH5B MuwHwmmiMMmMmmasmem!M &? I r aa l Qualified GneonragomciiJ. 1 "Young man," said Senator Sorghum, '' to the protege who has been promised on appointment "I hall not congratu late you; but there is one thing 1 desire to say." "What' is that?" "If you display anything like the energy and anxiety in filling this po sition that you (showed in getting it, you can't help being a brilliant suc cess." Washington Star. JHOllB ECONOMICAL. KvS ' y!w "Say, Mr. Barber, how much w ill you chargo to cut my hair?" "Twenty-thc cents." "Gcel guess you'd better gimme Ave cents' wort' o dot hair restorer you use." Up-to-Dale. I , The Usual War Ills lovo was a lass who, night and morn, Milked a cow with a crumpled horn. And thoueh the lover was tattered and torn. She vowed she never would leave blm for lorn. But the squire rode by In his one-hoss shay, And fell In lore with the rustic fay; He was old, but rich, and the tattered Jay Figured second best man ...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 22 April 1897

mMfflg?'''''1''"''''" 3EtpI -t4 ., ? ' . ti ) ftjtV.t rT- -" ' ' - ' W frO - 1S - T f ,j ' ? i e-. (-SWi B StTN -DEMOCRAT. PUBUnaiD BVKRT THURSDAY. , . J0HSS O. r. J SCM0M JONES A JACK80N, Edlters Hi PaMUIuss Mart at the PNltSM at naftef, Arises, m Seeoad-elass Hatter. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES. . One Year MOO Six Months v IK Three Months 7S laslecoplesio cents: two coplei 15 cents; all over two copies. t cents each. Advertising rates riven upon application. THURSDAY, APRIL 22. 1897. AMUSEMENTS. IIAHIUTT-I OPKItA HOUSE. April SI-Wlilt Clubtmn. April 24 Olaf Krnscr.thoonly E-qulmau lady lertnrr. April 27 SI Perkins. OI'KN WWII. On Easter day, thoTiirkUh Miiiister to" Alliens, Asim Bey." delivered the following note to the Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs: "In consequence of the aggressive altltudnof Greece, diplomatic relation between the King of Hellenes nml Hi Imperial MnJHSty, iho Sultmi nf Tur key , nml their governments are herein broken off." The Greek representatives in Tur key wi...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 22 April 1897

-mmiii , ,...,. i w "' "Tnrm"T"m" " " Vv1 - &&$ rtv dWW(- ., -"Wtoc wV -(. ?&KI,1 I fc-j I I' THE SUN-DEMOCBAT. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. All contract and bill tor adTertlilnic pay akle monthly. Advertising rates given upon application. Business locals 10 cento per Una for int In sertion, and S centa per line tor each subse quent Insertion. Thi Bnn-T)iociuti pleased to contribute la public matters, but all notices of festivals, talni. meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marrlairei, blrthi and deaths beyond the regular announce tent, will be charged for at regular rates. THURSDAY. APRIL 22. 1897. M !' SS These lire hock-lieer ilitM. Kansas (My Dressed Beet at Gnrrett & Heiniess'H. Dr. R. M. Francis was hnro from Willhims Moniliiy. (io to Collin's for blcxcle fixtures, repniio, etc. Whet-Is in ri-nt. Gooil cheap shoes at M. J. liagnall's. Try the $2.50 ami $3.00 shoes. A. ViimlHWiirt, the well-known wool bujer of Boston, Is in l ho city. F. C. GI...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 22 April 1897

,mim?mmmmmimmsmxatai.: .SMaatSgWHiMMiWeWasaMIS ' . ,K ' V ' -V &A a' j. I l,? Ji id THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. i i JIHES ft J1CKS0N. Puhllttiin. i . THE WORLD 'AT LARGE Summary of tbe Dally Nows. TVAS1IIXOTON NOTKS. Skcbkt.Vhv Wilsos", of tho agricul tural department, lias given instruc tions to agents to purchase some good American butter, have it put up in dif ferent ways unci shipped to the London market and tho comments of tho Eng lish noted on the product. The secre tary believes Americans can find a good market In London for butter If they know just what Is wanted over there. The first meeting of tho cxecutlvo committee of the National Association of Democratic clubs took place at Wash ington on tho lth. An address to the democratic voters of tho country to carry tho election of 1000 was adopted. A UEKTixa of tho advisory board of tho American Federation of Labor was recently held at Washington for tho purpose of agitating tho universal in troduction of tho eight-hour day. He quest...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 22 April 1897

mmiMtMlflm"" MiT' . ., .-t "" . -t " t jf M(. '( ,- 'Ji ' 1 . THE SUN DEMOCRAT. x JONES ft JACKSON. Publishes. HAPPY AS THE DAY IS LONG. Through the sunny bygone days of early life, In a garden sweet and wild. Knowing naught of sorrow knowing naught of strife Played I as a little child; Sporting with the sunbeams, romping with the breeze. Dancing to the redblrd's song, Xaughlng at the blossoms falling from tho trees t Happy as tho day was long! This has been my motto, through the fleet , Ing years: "Never mind the shades of night. They but show there's sunshine Never mind the tears. They aro only dew-drops bright." 'Mid the blooming flowers of tho summer day, This Is still my care-free song: "Earth Is but a garden, I'm a child at , play , Hippy as the day Is long!" in the royal garden of the Prince of Light, Flowers blossom through the years; Vet each shifting shadow hints of earthly night Ev'ry dow-drop hints of tears. There, throughout the endless, golden sum mer day. This shall b...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 22 April 1897

'" ' a , t$iJ$ , v m- $;. -5. 1 3Pi H1HI.V ft "1 ' ' v DrafnriM Cannot be furvd by local Hpplli'iillniix, ns limy raiittiu rourh tin ilineitHixl portion uf dm citr. There Iff only huh way tM,uiH.il''f nes-s and tlml is liv I'linxiltiiilmml remtllr. Dfiifin'XH in cniHi'il by nn inflamed condition of tlm mi ns litilli: ( the Eu.slmhlaii Tithe. WIh-ii this Itibu p'U iiill.tnii'il ou Imw-ti rumlillnj: miuihI or Impel fuel hem In::, and when ll If eniiielj cloned ilenfmw Uthe result, and unlea iliejiiilniiui llun can l takfii out and I It In ! rfctolcd to lis 1ml mill collllilioli, li.nr Itlg Will lip tlt-M Hit I'll fnleYer, liMIH MM out of leu ii u- faUMrd In caiatili. which U nothing hill an Inflamed c dltlon of (he niuc'iiH Htirfacco. We will jivt one liuiiilieii ilnUm for any etiMi of deafm-si (caii-cd nj catnith) tlmt can it"i he cured ly llaliV Cat anil Cure. Send for ciiriilni. free. F. J. CllK.NKY & CO.. Toledo, 0. Sold by tlruuuiiii, 75c. Hull's Fnnilty I'ilN ate the best. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 29 April 1897

ftututtftCflttttU m.uwmMi,mui iiir r rfA)' v. S'JHBS-Uv. TJt'-i, f-7iPR9&Sl45!il- . "- IB'y;(Wjl'WWVKWjMJ;awrf r, !M"IMfe I)ciria00taffSwtt-Ilem0cral- VOL. XIV. NO. 34. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 18H7. 10c PER COPY mmayl-l?m MPlBMs11liiBtieB9 tyW$Zgi ia. i A SNAP! V and Queen Anne ' .v A circumstance by which YOU can save money ! and that's what we are all after these days. isn't it?: ' 13 WEQHAVE-A SNAPJI InWhAt? 'jJF SASH ANDDD00RSI3 1 IWe have ju3t ordered a'carload of Sash and Doors, taad to makefroom must clean out some of those -Fancy Marginal, Chipped and Cathedralledg DOORS WINDOWS YOU.MAKE PRIOE--We"dothe?Rest Put a f ancyfFront!Door"or Window in your house andjscc Dhow much it adds to'its beauty. FIA8T COME, F'IFROXSF'IOKlir THE ARIZONA LUMBER 4 TIMBER COT, f:LfOSTfF, fRIZONf. - ' &.-8,.CRflttft)RD THE OLD RELIABLE WjitchpkersjeWeler 18 DOINO BU8INBS8 T THE OLD STAND Makes a Spsoialty of Fine Watoh Bepair ing Absolutely Guarantees All Work PRICES REASO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 29 April 1897

MMftMfeafcAuft&cnrttvtvd lit iY J.J if . THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. - ' JONES ft JACKSON. Pukllih.ri. THE WORLD AT LABGE. Summary of thOj Dally News. ", "WA8IIIOTON NOTES. Aw appeal for aid was sent to Secre tary Alger for destitute people along the Red river la the vicinity of Pern "blna, N. D. Tub agricultural department is being 'importuned from all parts of the coun try for beet sugar seed. Heretofore "beet sugar growing has been confined almost, exclusively to Nebraska, Kan sas and California: The, agricultural department has sent,, beet seed 'lately to about SO states and territories.1 a The post office department and tho National Association of Railway Postal Clerks will make an effort to secure the passage of a bill for the relief of injured and disabled railway mail em ployes by tho present session of con gress. All moneys to bo paid to dis abled clerks will be paid out of a re lief fund drawn from the salaries of all postal clerks who are eligible to. its ranks. Sechetauv Wilso...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 29 April 1897

&k A THE EUROPEAN WAR JL. "Unanimous Opinion In London That It Will Soon End. THE WTLOOK GLOOMY AT ATHENS. Oreat Joy at Constantinople Over the Triumph of the Turkish Arms Qreeee .Said to lie Preparing to Nejo- tlate with Turkey. London, April 20. Whntsecmsllkoly ' to bo tlio last week of the war Is en tered upon to-day. It Is difficult from the tangle of conflicting telegrams to understand the exact position of affairs. Following the Greek defeat at Larlssa, London opinion to-day is al most unanimous that the end is in tsight, and this view Is probably shared 3y the powers, as they are already imoving to intervene. It is believed Tthat intervention will first take the iform of a suggestion of armistice, to , -"which, the combatants would, no doubt, sagree. Since Saturday afternoon the .British foreign oftlco has been in close communication with tho other mcin Tbers of tho European concert, Great "Britain, suggesting that the time has now arrived for them to act. The .French, Ge...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 29 April 1897

-mnilJMMUMHHlMWrtiHMilMi i .w " THE SUIS-DEMOCBAT. ruBusnxD xvxmr thubsday. . a. iom o. v. jaccsox JOKXS JACKSON, Xdltors ud PabUsasrs a at the FottoffiM at FlagsUuT, Arises, aa 8oead-elaa Matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year II M Six Month IK Three Months Stogie copies 10 cents; two copies IScsnts; ill cur to copies, th cents each. Advertising rates given upon application. THURSDAY. APRIL 29. 1897. AMUSEMENTS. BABBITT'S OI'KKA nOTJSE. April S3-Whlst Club ball. April 34-Olaf.Krasir, the only Esquimau lady lecturer. Aprim-SI Perkins. War correspondents aie in demand. The advance iu gradual, but sure. wool Is slow and CONGRESS haabteu quile busy tin past week in making adjournments. They are said to be gelling quite skillful at IU Bank fullutes Lave been n little scarce the past week. Either good times are approaching or theto are no mote banks to fail. Tut Greeks aiu etideull) in need of good general. The evacuation last Sunday of Laiissa was cowardly and deals a deathblow to Gieece....

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 29 April 1897

THE SUN -DEMOCRAT. UP TO DATE. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. i' i : htZkr HTV1 I " Jl ; . SO W All contracts and bills for advertising pay Ms monthly. Advertising rata given upon application. Builneis locals 10 cent per Una for rst In artlon, and 6 cents per line (or each subsa OMnt Insertion. Thb Son-Democrat U pleased tocontribnte tn public matters, but all notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marrUges, btrths and deaths beyond the regular announce sent, will be charged for at regular rates. THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1897. The day wo celebrate July5, 1897. ShcilIT Cameron was In Williams yesterday. William Sweeny is here from (Ballup. N. M. Kansas City Dressed Beet at Garrett s Hciincssy's. A gieat many strange faces are aen un the streets. t, Go to Collin's for bicxcln fixtuies, repaiis, etc. Wheels to lent. Good cheap Bhors alM. J. Baguall's. Try the 2.C0 and $3.00 shoes. E. F. Greenlaw returned from the Fiesta at Los Angeles Tuesday. Ask...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 29 April 1897

"rT r inirnairtititi.ninniiii ?a ft t r, . THE OLDjSLATE. ' ' gt - f came upon It yesterday up in the garret r old. 'A homely object, yet tp mo 'tis 5v0rth.lt! weight In gold; Ita frame a little set awry. Us body cracked, you see Cut as I held It In my hands what scenes came back to me! r J v Upon Its surface 16ng aso I solved the prob lems dread For masters who are sleeping- noVbencath the flowers dead: ' 'And many a message here I wrote.for only h one tosee- .,ii .The little lass who used to sit acioss the aisle from me. X found inltlalsjn, tho frame by Jack-knife lettered thero', -t " .They: stand, for one whd was to me the fair est of the fair;,- ' 'A'nd every mark" upon the slate that cruel time bassparedv Recalls some 'lesson 'which. In youth that fairest" lassie shared. , Ah, hue's the crack which Ion ago" was 1 .was made by Jerry Call , Yhen to the floor my precious slate he pur ' .posely let fall: ,Wo did not speak for near, a week his mis ' ' , 'chief caused me pain, .'But...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 29 April 1897

' 1 ' km ' ' ' ' ft. V, 1 " r f A- ! " v X 1 ? - r i(i i i ..Jnst .Shrewd Jadigcmont. Bhe I went to a fortune-teller to Say, just for u lark, and slie told me a lot of things.. ' lie Ves, some of them hit It pretty closely, but 1 hope you don't think then) la anything supernatural about their powers. They use. shrewd .judgment; that.iiull. v " ' 'V "That may bo true, dear. She told me I was married to a man who fell far short of what I deserve." Indianapolis' Journal. A CANNY SCOT. , ' ' t Englishman Can you lell me, my lad, how far It is to Kirkcaldy? Scots Boy Well, .if ye cantf on straight, it's a boot twnnty-flvo, .thou sand miles;1 buMf 'ye turn back, ycrre 1 J there in five mlnutcs.T-St..Paurs. -r- ; r; ' Ilia 'Recklessness. Mrs. McSwat Blllicrer. do veu mean to say you ha v?j paid seven dollars for a new lounge? Mr. McSwat Ves, and U'a a bargain. It wilL be here toirnhrrow. -" s ' ' Mrs. McSwut Why there vras n mnn here to-day who repairs lounges, and he's going to make our o...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 29 April 1897

V H ttUA- jpn k ft i& ?.fc - . If 1&. . ,r ' Deafness Cannot bsj Cared by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deaf Bess, and that fs by ronstitntional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an iatamed condition of the mtioun liaing of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gats Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the Inflania tkro can be taken nut and this tube restored to its normal condition, hear ing will be destroyed forerer, nine eases out of ten are caused by catarrh. which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces. We will giro one hundred dollars for any case of deafness (caused by eatarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cbknky & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 76c. Hall's Family Pills are thn best Dr. King's New HUcoyery for Ceo sumption. This is the be...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 6 May 1897

" ' Tc",l0MalL,bra,y : A ; piPIfiW JRJJW v&W&Mf v 3 I) e jFlaaefof f jSmtHDemoora t VOL. XIV. XO. 35. FLAGSTAFF, AlilZONA, THURSDAY, MAT 6, 1897. 10c PJ3B COPY" SB X : 8KCHKT SOCIETIES. AO-V. W.-FLA08TAFF LODGE, No. 13, all. Visiting Workmen are cordially lu. Tl.,ed' ., J. O. GRIM. M. W. Louis Brians, Recorder. ""OURT COCONINO. I. O. F.. NO. 690. 1V1 m v&?,rl T'Jesday evening in G. A. R. .. ' -vlsUln8 brethren cordially Invited to attend. UK. U. J. BRAN WEN, -'. K. xAjuin oriEiis. n. o, SLAGSTAFF LODGE. NO. 7, 1 Regular meetings on the fir ..-.? 0!.ach calendar month . F. & A. M. Hrst Saturday Hill. Klin,;,Ct i." .11. ''"" '! ."'""'" MAnl 1 t m ftf .. (.ahIa brethren cordially Inrlwd. "' "Juuru,UB i n D w' ANDERSON. Master. J. OcTiiuiK Savaqe, secretary. 1,-UKKST CAMP. NO. 1. WOODMEN jl ui uig norm, meets mo nrst and thrd Monjlays In each month. In the O. A. K. Hall. . .-uviiik ouicmmn rortiiaiiy welcome. T. E. PoLUAVoff0"- C0UnS0' C'W- GA. R.-REOULAR MEETINGS OF . K...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 6 May 1897

Ms 6c. jjJiBPaiJafeMalfjSi.1 J& M TJ1 "lip; i?WSift h?3F 1. 1 .aw fjsw&- rara h? & G". M m- 3 A SfiSt WATER WOHKS MONUS SALE. No Further Question as to Flagstaff's Water System. Telegrams received from Mr. A. T. Cornish, who Is now in St. Louis nego tiating for the sale of the bonds issued by tlio town for the purpose of putting inasjstomof water woiks, Indicate that the deal is practically closed ou terms that will bo acceptable to the Council. So far as can bo learned, no difficulty whatever has been experi enced in maklug tho sale. Indeed, there is no reason whatever why there should be. The bonds are strictly gilt edge, and no safer or more conservative investment is offered on any market. It is a pronounced tributo to the credit and standing of the town that they bavo found so ready a sale, but noth ing moro than was to bo expected. Flagstaff has earned tho reputation of meeting her obligations (irmly, prompt ly aud honorably, and this has stood her in good stead in...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 6 May 1897

MMMiMiiiiiy ns-fc-..-,,. -,.., - .. MrtMiaMmnnTtitMii i ""' Minium ' J '""' r wW'hMIWIM'IBMiAlWNtijWMW. . 'W.W AtWfWffi. wfrfJrtftMe.wTH qA ,, .fe-tJl. til4t, . lt&K!ylig., .' W - ' Wln V " ; i ? j ,o to KANSAS JOURNALISM, Tho folloyinp nows items appeared Id Monday's edition of the McPhmon (Kan.) Dail.v Kupubl'cari, and are a sample of what may bo found in tbat paper.every day: You may look for somo moro run :H3tey3iiflfi!iil;';.-.."':J'I; lil jv ''! M it -; -., .- - i .'- Vf.'! . .J trft ;!, J f ) , 1 - fi. " n'-i'f-.Hyar n-'i wo- . r.i. 1 ,- I . '.y I if m- K?W" J i . - ,-' THE FLA6STAFF COMMERCIAL COm Would like to sell all of their truck the coming week. Should the Company fail to do so, we will have to adver tise in this space next week. . -1, ' . t , J'."'.. i. - 4'S,V. .vlVWrfc Wft- 'w I- - aways now unless Lou Depp can bo pursuaded to take 'down that stylish awning of his. Ho selected that color however, so It would match bis whis kers." The famous Mr. Thompson who gave...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 6 May 1897

JHMMftHliP "3 - - RPrv 1 lh$ ! ...v V 5T; I .SjAi f V K 9 ,J 5 1 JJM H?. j" j&$ 1 ?, A, v 1 h.'J 'i'-j - Kr?5 fl MISCELLANY. Tho Florida legislature elected Call &to tbe Uutted States Sunato on April 30th. XUllTJ HIU DCT-U BUJJAl'IATi mi miCUl In successful operation in tho Utiitwl States. Tito knights of labor and the Amef ican federation of labor are at war oue with the other. First box of California cherries -sold in Chicago on lira 1st of Miy far 60 cents per pound. PicsKlont McKluk'jr has asked W. J. Calhoun, of Uniitillc, III., to go to t?uba ns special envoy. An Indian i in mi h.ts :i crnilrnul in furnish C0U0 'noises for Uni Hiitisli government furuiiu use. A wealthy !ieek by tiio name of M. U. Aveiotf h.is Milisciiueil $6,000. 000 to thodreuk war fund. It is iiitxii ifil that ux lniiiclu'il -women nut! clnliliuii dtnd dining tin tret it ill. from Trnuvos t litiiss.t. California has a law foi tilliii divoiced pcisous from iiuarryiug within a.'jear after being divurce...

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