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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 November 1897
qpwjppp "XPHr 3s r'f sftF's i.1"" .-f" . ' .- i i y ft . 4 -''""., 'M'flf"' 1 1" ' , i VOL. XV.- -NO. 10. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1897. 10c PER COPY ' ' '- pnr I f 'B iriiiiii a BL . i W1 'BBWCk K I V.fi i 'CL'y l ' ' : . -v : -" ' XV . i Ik- (Tr. b..JiMFt.. J . i 5p IfnOFKSSION ajl. I"R.D.J. BKANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND 11 Banraen.-Flagstaff, Arliona. Will re pond promptly to all calls from any point on the Atlantic & Parlflc Kallroad. Office and drugstore opposite the depot. Tele phones: i store. Its residence, 33. XI T 8. ROBINSON, M, D., FLAGSTAFF, rlzona. Office And ronldenca In the VV . Arlxona. Presbrterlan D&rsonairo. Tulmilinno No. 4a. tVOmce hours from 9 to 11 a. mi 3 to i p. in. E8. MILLER. M. D KLA08TAFF, , ion a, Office, one door east of e. Telephone NoSi ARI Pot PUNCH A JONES. ATTOn.NKT8-T-T.AW. Will practice In all the courts in the Fourth Jadlclal District. Land litigation a 81'ECIAL Tr. OOlce at eoert bcam, ITlacstair, Arts. E, 8. CLARK. ATTORNE...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 November 1897
Wbf - ' . -.. ,THE S.UH -DEMOCRAT. rUDUSIIKD EVEKY TIIUB8DAT. R. H. & J. E. JONES. Editor and rnbilhr Kntoted t tho roatomeo itriipUIT, Arixwi, an 8coond-cUM Matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year, i 00 Six Months 1 Three Months ' Slnslocoples 10 cents: two copies ISccnts) all over two copies. ti cents each. 5 Advertising rates K,Ten upon application. TllURSUAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1897. Give us liome rule. IIomk uile leagues are lion partisan. Akizona has uearly Ufty-livo mil lion ikti's of vacant public land. Al Hernaul has been appointed ck'tk of tlm boanl of t supervisors of Finm count)'. Eveky man that favors n carpet bag government in Arizona is au one my to the Territory. The total value of ..Kansas' agii cultural products for 1897 Is estimated at $176,000,000. Tiik icceipta of gold bullion at the Deliver branch mint fur last uioulh , nggtegated $1,295,606. It is estimated that the ontircmlu eral output of Colorado for 1897 will ligme up $40,000,000. Next month the Santa Fe P.tcll...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 November 1897
?. .ivv' "-1WRW'"" . - -snmirmrwW -""M ' " PAtfif' Vrt'Kj rtt M fc -H?" ".'" . -- - - - V 'WffiMK 1'4K i w "mm 'iSHmSitt' mK ( JOB! 'r ft ,Ts i r SSEBfct. ;hm f I sKnbvl THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. NOTICE TO THK PUBLIC. All contracts and bllU (or advertising pay able monthly. Advertising rates given upon application. Huslneu locals 10 cents per line for first In sertion, and Scents per line (or each subso ouent Insertion. Til SuN-PuMOcnATlj ploased to contribute X'JwbUe matters, but all notices of festivals, JfA$.Mktinita of societies, suppers, enter- Vmmanmm ana mention oi marriages, uiruw aad'.dsalha beyond tho regular announce wiaWfrhMUocharftod for at regular rates. "V- .. tl -TlitJ18DAy, NOVEMBER II, 1697. LOCAL BREVITIES. William Tinker tbo city Saturday. of Prescutl was in 4 Hoj's school suits from 11.75 tip at Flagstaff Cash Stole. f William Falu of the Mogolllan country was here Mouday. Williams has organized , a Rebecca Lodge of twonty.nlue nieuibois. For flist-class watch work go t...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 November 1897
? fj .ilj vsr W V "aH Experience wltli Apnohe Kid. 6uttb.tfway Apache Kid wasn't much f eoIebiIlj,,sn,yi tun St. Louis Fot.DisMtoli, but for miles nlou'g the Uiiuilalo'iipo ciuijim bo was grent guns Kid was a meuu Iiidiau, who tried to kill a white man or a grongo every day? and turned his bead. tci thieving when he couldn't Und human game. There was great rejoicing in tho Apache country whou a squaw came dowu from tho mountains and said that the outlaw's body was rotting among the rocks George lllekey, wbo runs a tobao ambit shop at 1018 Fraukllu avenue, laughed whou ho read the story. Apacho Kid's body has been rot ting in the Sierra Madre foothills ofteued than I bave Hugers on my hand," was his comment on the dis patch. Mickey Is an old prospector. He was boru In Germany and educated for a metallurgist. His came to Amer ica and prospected for twelve years through tho Apache country. He is still a young man, though an occas ional gray hair betrays his adventur ous life. When the ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 November 1897
-- . --.I .ifinii I. ii --- -"-- -..-- ,. ., ,. . .... , iifai,rtrn,-n.fciii,iiMiMrirhinnnTiiij ii imiii - - -- - i iimiiwfwft y.&ha3air' 'ttk$le&'eH0r$lm t ""J".3 , r9, .., k VOL. XV.-NO. 11. FLAGSTAFF,. ABIZONA, THUIDAYgMEMBER 18, 1897. 10c PER COPY & Kti asslslW tf jtfi - - i sHiti IMBw? HHai j ijmHSL ' A y a. . ssl I .. .. . - - k ,. sk M sjasssssssssKrat . a., .- sV- . . .jbsW' iWma-AT r 1 BSKSlft - l & A ! H 1MIOFE98IONA1,. TVK. D.J. BUANNEN; PHYSICIAN AND L Hurueon, Flagstaff, Artiona. Will re spond promptly to all calls from any point ' on the Atluntlo & l'aoillc ltallroad. Office nnd drug fctore opposite Urn depot. Tele phones: Store, IV; residence. 83. W8. ROBINSON, M. D.. FLAGSTAFF, . Arlxonn. Ofllco and residence In the I'reshyterlun pui-soiiage. Telephone No. 43. iWOfrUo hours from 8 to 11 n. ml 8 to 4 p. m. 17 8. MILLEK. M. D . FLAQ9TAI.T. AM C. loim. Offlce, one door east of Post' iruce. Tolephone No. 34 nUNCIl ft JONES. ATTOKNKY8-AT-T,AW. Will pra...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 November 1897
Sjni -A '- Li" " - " I MHBK&C "BftfaC S V H in Jlk t UK "ft ' vMS C ,MKWfY 1 Kw t jKSB-4 "f , THE SUiN -DEMOCRAT. ruBtisnxo bvibt thcbsdat. R. H. & J. . JONES, ZOltors and Pnbllthew hiMit t the Postofflce at ruUff, Arliom, tawm .. Becon(1.clM, Matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear ' W Blx Months US Threo Months T5 Single coplcslO cents; two copies 15 cents; all oter two copies, 6X cent each. Advertising rates given upon application. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1897. Bome rulo is the parent of economy. BoiiE taxation. rule will reduce the rate of Home rule " deuiption. is the taxpayer's re- We don't from Ohio. want our rulers to como It looks like something was tlio matter with Uanna in Ohio. Tub Williams News threatens to change tho first of tho year to a sky craper in journalism. The National Stock vantion will meet in Growers' Con Denver, Colo., January 25, 26 and 27, 1898. Ir Mark Smith pushes the capitol bill steal through congiess, his name is Dennis In not thorn Arizona. We ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 November 1897
fwawnww usrvwiw1 '"TW'-'g .. ?"-- .;" TCr fSTi ill WtSL f v.. I '4. '?-, it IMS, ; ff! i r f Ik . V I . 4' ' llsiMff'rigi.i SSIsirDEMOCBAT. uimnfflj iioxicB,TojnK ruBuu. uaw.. ? OT Alt contracts and bills (or ndvottUlng py- We monthly. . ., . Adrertlnlnft rntoa given uponvanpllc&tlon. Buslnem locals 10 cents per line for first In sertlon, and 8 cents per Una for each subao nuent Insertion. Th 8um-Dkochac1s pleased to contribute public matters, but all notices of festivals, Mrs. meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, births a'ld deaths beyond tho regular announce mont;itlll bohargod for at regular rates. .THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1897. L00AL BREVITIES. The Grand Canyou mines ro com ing to tbo front. Boy's school suits from f 1.75 upat Flagstaff Cash Store. Takoyour watch anil jowclery ro- . I'nlra (o J. A. Mauror at tho postofflco. John B. Jones, ono of Williams Mibstaulial citizens, was hero Monday. Tho sidewalk on East Aspen Ave- into should bo,...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 November 1897
BSLf A & if jhf WWW ID BE PLENTIFUL. The Prioes Paid For Work iu Daw son Oity are up in "G," Gambler nd Saloon Draw Heav ily On the Mlnera lleouro and Excitement Comes f Tbosltoof Dawsou Uily was oilg iimlly located by Joe Lad lie ami Harper as a townsile. Tlio latter Is a trader and owns sovoral stoies iu the 1101 th west Thof were theMirst to get a "tip" of the gieat stnko and lost no lime In securing 160 acres of land as a townslto for $1.25 an acre. Lots 60 by 100 feet aio now selling for amounts varying from $8,000 to $14, 000, and au ordinary bulldiug lot on tlio edge of town at the base of tlio nioiintaiu is sold for $250 aud upward. Lust J ear logs sold for $1.40 nploco; uow they command $3 and $1. Most of the buildings are constructed of logs hewn on thrco sides and solidly chinVed with heavy moss. The roofs are made of poles, on which a hi) or of mo&s fully ten inches thick is laid; then a layer of dirt twolvo iucbes deep sorves to keep out the cold. Ifgiecn logs o...