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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 25 February 1897

T'VJFffijS?' 'vx j- j IjST.-f A 1, ikj l' ,.,,.. .,.,. ,. ....-,,- - w-w-'-w-tj.j-. ,- , r . r . -, ,.wrv-;-- -,r.rs4arrrrsaa&iT ip :mwm:S0m .. Jn i - ' - ' r Ti & f V I 5 $ ( : THE SU:N -DEMOCRAT. NIITICl! TO THK l'DRLIU. All contracts' anil hills (or advertising Pay able monthly. Advertising rates given upon application. Business locals 10 cents per lino for first In sertion, and fi cents per lino for each subse quent Insertion. Tub Sus-DeuociiatIs pleased tocontrlbuto In public matters, but all notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marrlajres, bin lis and deaths bevond the regular announce ment, will be charged for nt tegular rates. THURSDAY, l'KHRUARY 25. 1897. 'N. '?f St $ yJ N.v,?;wfto--r.. --'" - Joint lleunes-iy leaves to-day for Tucson. Kansas Citj Dieted Heef at Gailett & llfiiii(s's. Mayor W. O. O'Neill of Piesc.lt eamo in this inoinin,'. J. E. Jones leaves on No. 1 for Phoenix to spend a lew d b. Good c!ie...

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. — 25 February 1897

L VW 'til?!"1 ' ( f , V V if Mtf 4 s THE HIGHWAY. She highway lies, all bare and brown, lA. naked lino across the down. Worn by a hundred hurrying feet, Wie tide of life along It Hows, A.nd busy commerce comes and goes. ( Where onco tho grass grow green and i sweet, ' Tho world's fierce pulses beat. Well for tho highway that It lies JThe passageway of great emprise 1 Yet from Its dust w hat voices cry IVolccs of soft green growing things JTrampled and torn from earth which clings Too closely, unpercelvlng why i Its darling balms must dlel My heart's a highway, trodden down py many a traveler of renown Gravo thought, and burden-bearing deeds. And strong achievement's envoy fares, With laughing Joys and crowning cares. Along tho road that worldward leads Once rank with foolish weeds. Glad Is my heart to hear them pass; .Yet sometimes breathes a low alasl Tho tender springing things that grew The nursling hopes their feet destroyed, Sweet Ignorant dreams that youth enjoyed ' And blosso...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 25 February 1897

!.. u. i; p . Could We Bat Know. Could we but know the things our best friends say, When we're away. And how we serve for targets for attack. We'd not come back. Could wo but know the things they never say. When we're away, About our conscious dignity and fame. We'd quit the game. Chicago Evening News. In No Danger. Resident Colonel, let mo caution you to drink ua water while In town unless it Is spring water or lias been thoroughly boiled. Visitor I drink nothing, sah, but vrliat has been thoroughly distilled, sah. Chicago Tribune. airing the Facts. "Scrlbbs, I have accepted a position in an insurance oillee." "Yes; they told me that you begged for it, and were glad to get it." Chica go .Record. A Case In Point. Miss Trion (quoting) Wise men make proerb9, and tools repeat them. Miss Smart (musingly) Yes; I won der what wise man made the one you jukt repeated. Tit-Hits. A LOVE A maiden, liming fallen in loe with failed to warm his frozen heart, begs ICopyrlgM.im, by Mitchtll & i...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 25 February 1897

'.;.' A. 3T vv A GOOD MSTTKIl From the Clerk .r tlie Circuit i'ourt. Feknandika, FIh., Fi-Ii. 2S, 1890. Mr. J. GeohgkS-cijuek, Diiigist City. Dear Geoige: Pliasn solid ntn a bottle of Clinni! ei Iain's Cough rem edy. I would not feel easy if I knew tbeie whs none of tills vulimlilii Item ed in the house. I have given it a fair test and consider it one of the very best remedies for croup that I hare ever found. Onn dose hits always been sufficient, although I list it freely. Any cold my children con tract jields very readily to this medi cine. I can conscientiously 'recom mend it for croup and colds in chil dren. Yours respectfully, Gk.o. F. Wolff. Sold by D. J. HiHiincii's Drug Store. A DISTINGUISHED VISITOE. Unit or the ItlelirM Ciittlriuen In Ar izona Comes to Town, A few evenings ago, ns the day elnk in (inu of our hotels was getting ready to go off duly, ji rough looking it:dli(li;il fl(iiid into the ofiice ant going up tn lie iesk. a,kei fop a room lor lltu night. trim clerk si...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 4 March 1897

MnrirT.TT.1lirrTrTn.1 ,.lin ni,MlM, r i$ffX&$g:d:.;' : ' ' i1.', ': Stytfla VOL. XIV. KLAUSTAFF. A It I ZONA, THURSDAY, MARCH, 4, 1897. NUMBER 26 ';' rMMwsmm&KmStk ' Territorial Library , &? 7' -" , . r, " - . -,lB- 00taffS " . ' & ! . . -' '.ft ' T Ifr, ;v - v fr K "VST."! -w WANT IT QUICK? Well oF course you do. What is the use ot lumber if you can't get it when you waiit it? WE DELIVER PROMPTLY- We realize that we must not only be of the GET THERE kind in delivery, buc we must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. ooocoooooooo Call and see us--as a special favor to yourself. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLhOSTfFF ARIZONA. LEGISLATIVE HUM The Work of the Lawmakers Re viewed Briofly- Very Little Legislation of Impor- ' tanco Accomplished During the Week. Phoenix. March 3. Sprcinl Cor respondence of Trie Sun-Demo- CUT. The lawmaking power has been quite busy the past week, and yet but few measures of interest have materi alized. The...

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. — 4 March 1897

Jk.. ."., J ,- ' fl ""rjfi,irar-i'-r-e ' 'V ' mg"- WORK OF CONGRESS. A Summary of tho Most Important Legislation This Session. CUBA OUESTION TOOK MUCH TIME. (Several Important Hills In tho President' Hands Awaiting Ills Signature, Anions Thrai I'.clng tho Immigration 11111 Mmy l'cnslon Hills 1'ussed. Washington, March 1. The Inst week of the session begins with sev eral of tho appropriation bills not yet passed by tho senate. Much of tho time of that hoily has been consumed in tho discussion of tho Cuban ques tion. Necessarily, tho policy of tho house to avoid new legislation which involved expenditures has been en forced upon tho senate. Tho Nicara gua canal bill, which was discussed at great length in the senate, but not voted on, was not taken up in tho house, nor has tho free homes bill, which tho senate passed, had a hear ing at tho other end of tho capitol. Tho Pacific railroad funding bill met a decisive defeat in tho house. Ono fea ture of the session worthy of note Is tho g...

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. — 4 March 1897

'i 1 1 V, ! ,l'i M Ilia Repertoire. "Have you learned any f nncy methods ef skntinrr?" asked tho young woman. "Jfo," replied Willie Wshington, "I can skate only two ways." "Which are they?" "Standing up and sitting down." Washington Star. AN INTEUNAL REVOLUTION, TheGontBelow You seem distressed. The Other One And well I may be. I've eaten 20 pages of a Scotch dialect btory. X. Y. Times. Jnat llctwcen Friends. Miss Older1 Men must be growing more polite. I get scats in street cars 'much oftener than I did a few years ago. Miss Cutting Well, it's n mighty mean man that will let an old lady standi N. Y. Journal. ' W u- "f " " -V T ' f baa - - 1 T "Do jo i m 'in to sjij t1 it ir dnthter hv.1'1 told ym thit s ie mi en gaged to im'"" "No. 1 told her not to Lotln r mo vt ith those affairs tiniest she intended to get married." Not Entirely Pnlnleaa. Dentist Did you give that man laughing gas? Assistant Yes. Dentlbt How long did the effect last? Assistant Until he looked at the bill! Town To...

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

L ' ' ft "ft r :3e - - Zm&fM&SBoalffl. ( i T ''"8 J&J&ik'mA : "rvS ., THE SUa -DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. . B. JOXKS O. r. JACKSOH JONES A JACKSON, Xdltora and PnblUhtrs stertd at the Postefflee at Flagstaff, Arixooa, a BMona-uau suiter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On Tear II 00 Mx Month! 1 Three Months 76 Advertising rate given upon application. THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1897. AMUSEMENTS, BABBITT'S OPERA IIOUSE. March 17 The Rmalley MuMcal Company. April 7 J. A'thnr Lorlnt, character work. April 34 Olaf Kraser, the nnly Esquimau lady lecturer. Scour your wool. Europe is feeding our oats. The tipnrts this fiscal year are at tho rale of 30,000.000 bushels a year as com pared wilh onlj 1.000,000 bushels ex ported in 1890. Two Kansas Senators j;ot no durinjr Tuesday's session and declared that they had been olTereil a liribn of (1000 each to ote for a certain measure then under consideration. They evi dently were afraid that the offer was not genuine. The Nevada Legislature d...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 4 March 1897

-.-i? .'. . ,- - - ' THE SUN -DEMOCRAT. NOTICE TO. TIIK l'TJHLH). All contracts and bills for adrertlslnc pay tie monthly. Advertlalng rates siren upon application. Business locals 10 cents per line (or first in sertion, and 6 cento per line (or each subse quent Insertion. Tri Son-Democrat Is pleased to contribute t public matters, but all notices of festivals, (airs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, births and deaths beyond the regular announce ment, will be chanted for at regular rates. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1897. Jim Broyles is here from Willia-ns. Feter Benders of Challender is in town. J. W. Sparling was in Albuquerque Tuesday. Kansas City Dressed Beef at Garrett A Hennessy's. J. . Junes returned from Phoenix Saturday night. J. E. Jones was in W'inslow .Mon day on legal business. Try Weathertnrd's white meiino underwear at $1 a Knit. Tho public schools of tins place will elosti in six moru weeks. F. V. Payne, lint Bellcmnut mer chant, was i...

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

i, &f '-1 THE .SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES & JACKSON, Publishers. THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of the Daily News. WASHINGTON NOTES, The silver republicans in the senate and house lit Washington issued an address totho silver .republicans of the United States on the 23d urging organ ization to the end that a national con vention might be called on the mone tary question. A provisional national committee wab called to meet at Chi cago on Juno 8, 1897, and Charles A. Townc, of Minnesota, was named as chairman of said provisional commit tee. In vetoing the bill granting a pen sion to Marin Somcrlat, President Cleveland said the rule which forfeits u widow's pension on marriago ought to bo strictly maintained. lie also said he had examined 115 out of U0(J special pension bills nnd many of them were not based on justice. President Cleveland delivered a most scathing criticism upon indecent newspaper publications in denying a pardon to Jaiucs Wilson, sentenced in December, 1805, in Indiana ...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 4 March 1897

-A mmm:' .& -, ,1 "' :,-"':'53aBaK! , "i Mmt; V K.v i THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES & JACKSON, Publishers. AT HOME. A Reply to Duriletto's "Since Sho 'Went Home.") Where 1ms she pone No evening shadow Ilnster cold and Bray, Js'o winds of winter chill the summer day, A fadeless springtime blooms upon the way Where sho hath gone. Where she hath gone No walllnK note awalteth sign or moan, The old Rlad soniis take up a Bladder tone. There's laughter sweeter tar than we have known. Where sho hath gone. Where she hath cone ITer unlntly presence blesses mansions fair, Glory gleums about the heud so dear, And thy poor heart will find Us rest up there, Whero sho hath gone. Where sho hath gone Time doth not murk In days Its golden niKht. The sun Is dimmed by Heaven's greater light. And thero are never tears nor lonely night Whero she hath gone. Whero sho hath gone Thou, too, some day, will go If God so will, .And while transcendent raptures thro" thee thrill. Thy souls shall meet, redeemed,...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 4 March 1897

T I M K Tl I X KK ! Q V I KT. When )ou feel tliHt Ideas mo crowdlnir jourbialn AmUtiugvllngfoi uident e pi c-slon : When Imiulses itn.v vihkh jouscarct can restialn t Tom 1st with iinr chaise of confession; Whtn your Inmost emotion peisuadesyou to speuk Opinions which fall ly run riot; When the thoughts mine so fast tbut jour soul Jtttins to smirk It's a mighty good tlmu to keep quht. IiulliuiMpollH Jouriiul. Ill AT Mi l.l insitliu fnl Inst down in Moi, jnM n.s it p, d 111:1113 suid il would iiiioiLs in Mnvi inlici 4. It i billld, IlllUeUT, III llfCdllHl Cli llllllic OUT I 111- Uliitt (I tj I Hlt'h 1j A,,lil 1- Jtlie uniiitlsni tuWkly Cured. After hitting lieeii confined in the housu for eleven tliijs mid iaiii tutt 26 in ilncKir hills without, hum-fit, Mr. Frank Dulson of Saiill Sto Mai if, Jlii'li., was cured ly- 0110 Imttlu of CIiiiiii1i-i ttiin'i. l'uiu Biilm, costing 25 cents, anil has not iiiLji lifi-u umibli'i Willi that i'(iniiliiiiit. For tnlu ly I). J. Ill milieu's Dili" S...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 March 1897

rf fa '5?j- r5 7'r - ' WA 1 fnfr'-Sv'$&(m?VAFt' -Democrat. Territorial Libraiy VOL. XIV. FLAGSTAFF, AK1ZONA. THURSDAY, MAEOH, 11, IS!7. NUMBER 27 .iSfeffjfEi- gBgM vjt " Arit A IFF iitttt B'- LP It pMS91.$.& iMII ft, V Xs ? . J 'i WANT IT QUICK? Well of course you do. What is the use ot lumber if you can't get it when you want it? WE DELIVER PROMPTLY, We realize that we must not only be of the GET THERE kind in delivery, but we must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. XS000005 Call and see us--as a special favor to yourself. THE PRICES ARE RIGMTo tuz hminm iiemdcd o. IIU.flMZ.UNH LUITSDCn 06 Hindi: FLfGSTfFF fR!ZONf. iMRC! MIl'lflll IIIH'IIIM'llpeH IMII lKle.ll tlll-il pit seme. A niiulu inirinhit is one It'll tllllllS ttllllll f .III llll'll ! IcillTlll, ami in length N six times flint of its width or ihifkiifss. The, genus In tilt ii- giotith in tint tissues imi.iIIj inuktt liitltt m nl tiles in- tubercles. I'lom I lit sit lubeieles wo ilfi ivf ilit li'ini Inliri eu...

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. — 11 March 1897

-9im - Willi - y-. rjTe " e If 1 r- J-r- i If. 1 '. THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES & JACKSON. Publishers. I MARCH 1897. 5 jSun. Mon. Tub. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sal. fc H Jl j H H !Zt - 1 JL IE J 21 Jl lE 4 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 - it- 1 28 29 30 31 .NTTTfVTTTTtTtTTTTTTTTTTTT THE WOELD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. VASIIINCiTON" NOT1N. Skckktakv l'liANcishns named W. IT. Mills, of N'ew York, nnd W. V. Cole man, ot' Missouri, as the allotting apents for tho Wichita reservation. l'HEHUKXr Ci.kvki.axii on the 2d vetoed the immigration hill on the ground that the educational test was unnecessarily severe. He said that it was indefinitely better to admit 100,000 immigrants unable to read and write than one educated and unruly agitator. Tiik international monetary confer ence bill became a law on the 3d, President Cleveland having signed it. Mil. McKixi.kv was presented at Washington on the 8d with a beauti ful badge, the official emblem of the Sigma Alpha Kpsilon fraternity. It was the gift o...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 March 1897

JL '& sv A if. I? 4-..' n . 'J v 4 ' " i. ' I" IWft C P 4 eit u" &- f mm -1J. X lie Appropriation to Eo Limited to Govomnieiit Kocessltloa TUE GEXT SUNDRY CIVIL BILL. Chairman lllnjrley Announce Thrro Must llun Cut hi It Amounting to 810,000,- 000 A l'roi Initiation for an i;v tnt Session of Congrcsp. Washington, March 8. At the con ference between President MeKinley and Speaker 1'eed Satuiday there is said to have been a full and frank in terchange of views, and an agreement that every effort should bo maie to limit nppiopriations as far as possible to tho acknowledged necessities of the government. Mr. Heed's attitude upon this question was potential in tho last congress in preventing the incorpora tion in the money bills of a largo num ber of items with which they were af terwards loaded in tho senate. It Is understood that tho republican major ity in the next house will very early understand that rigid economy Is to be tho watchword of tho present admin istration. Mr. Dl...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 March 1897

X - j, ygjt ..r , .v ft-,1- &. THE SUjN -DEMOCRAT. PUBUSIIED KVEUT THUUSDAT. I. X. JON IS O. r. J1CKSOX JONES & JACKSOX, Editors and Publishers Catered at the Postofnce at Flagstaff, Arizona, as Second-claw Matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $ 2 00 Six Months t 25 ThreoMonths 75 Advertising rates Riven upon application. THURSDAY. MARCH 11. 1897 AMUSEMENTS, HAlllUTTM OI'F.RV HOIWK. March 27 ThoSmalley Miilcnl Cnmpnnv. April 7 J A'thurliorlnc. character work. April 12 Monroe's "Monte Crlsto." April 15 Monroe's "Temptation of Money." April 23-Whlt Huh ball. April 21-Olnf Kraser, thoenly E-qtilniau ladv lectnr"r. April 37 SI Perkins. President McKini.ky tiwls several questions which, like Abraham Lin coln's rat hole, "will hear looking into." The assessed valuation n'f taxable property in Arizona, -is ileierinineil liv the Tt'rrilnrial Hoard of Equalization. is ?28.017,17G-10. The lliltln used in McKinlej's in- luijznintiuii n tlii rift of tlio African Methodist church ami tcn...

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. — 11 March 1897

dL X ",i' f.i SSfi.'l i i a s- ' J' fc& s II- 5 ST m THE SUN -DEMOCRAT. NOTICE T THE lUHMi:. AH contracts and bub. for advertising pay able monthly. Advertising rates Rtvon upon application. Business local 10 cents per lino for first In iiertlon.and 6cents per line for each subse quent Insertion. TniSUN-nEMOCiiATN pleased torontrlbute In publle manors, but nil notices of festivals, fairs, nicotines of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of inarrlnces. births and deaths beyond tho regnlnr announce ment, will bo rhureed for at rcaulnr rates. THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1897. Kansas City Drowsed Beef at Garrett & Helllle.S's. District Attorney E. S. Clark was in Winslow Saturd'ty. Go tn CufTiii's fop fresh vegetables, fruits, sweet eiiler. ete. F. L. Roger nf Williams visited t lie Skylight City Saturday. Try Weathertnrd's whito merino underwear nt $1 n suit. Eoitor G U Young of the Williams News was in town Sat m day. Good cheap shoes ut M. .1. IiiigimH's. Try tin $2.50 ni...

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. — 11 March 1897

ifiar -i. j " i A NEW PRESIDENT. William MoKlnloy Absuhios tho Highest Ofilco in tho Land. Most Hrllllunt l'arnilo liver Witnessed In Washington Iimugur.il Address Urges rinnnclnl Kcform nnd Moro Itevcnuo Tho Hull. Washington, March 5. Tho capital city never looked upon such n perfect parade as that which escorted Presi dent McKinley from tho capitol to tho white house and then passed in review under his eye. Tho feature of tho splendid pageant was the perfect bal ance between its contrasting parts and the high order of skill that w as shown in tho handling' of tho 20,000 or moro men that stepped along or bestrode tho splendid steeds that danced and reared their way in tho parade. There was no long-dr.iwn-out mass ing of uniformly attired regular troops or militia, pleasing enough to tho mili tary eye, but wearisome to tho specta tors who made up tho vast crowd. Nor was there any preponderance of widely separated civic organizations, whoso identity was scarcely distin guishable thro...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 March 1897

& - ? ' ' vz VI ' m 'i m 5 ," '' M. L'( 1 & R" , ssw;i Jk.4' USST m. JUL' 'r' Vf IW ftY v , H - v . A" jy m hf ZK" hs . '.Sffm " I.lfo Innrancc. Hobbs, believing tliat Insurance was c profitable plan. On his llfo one hundred thousand dol lnrs carried; And 1 must Imlorso tue Judgment of that very prudent man, For unto hU charming widow now I'm married. Philadelphia Press. AN ODD QUESTION. 4 fa km.m -- yftwiwvijrf r. v K-''J,,.li'l , '? IK- 1 y -ri Oi V n v. -a C e Claude (earnestly) Am 1 the first man you eer loved? Maude Why, certainly I How fatranso men are; they all ask mo that. N. V. Herald. J Sho Went Too Fur. 'She If I marry you, jou must give tip Mnoking and drinking and your club. ne Yes? She Yes. And what else nro you willing to five up? He You. X. Y. Journal. Query of the Times. The lover was enthusiastic. 'She has poetry in her eyes," ho ex claimed. "Yes?" returned the cynic, tantaliz ing!'. "She has roses in her cheeks," pcr sinted the lover. "Yes?" returned the c...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 March 1897

-4 i j Ai v I ; .- V . Ml r v X .1 V. PEEVENT CONSUMPTION. Continued f i om Eighth Pagt alin uiih (iiiimiiii)!vi' whn haw uncleanly IlllhllS Will lid :i'( cnit'lrs-i in thn di.-puMil nf tin ir (inilii. Ynu should, if pnssilili-, It ml mi iiiiiiliinr life. Mini Mini- f.(c)iii mill living nilllllS .Mll'tllll 111' HI'll M-lltillllt'll, sunny iiikI (In. li thN uicinis mi tint only innt'iiMi oiii tni'iiil hi-nllli ami ollVr jjifiilcr iimsIhim'c hi liM'nf. but , Mm liM-cii tin-cliiiiicc nf infi't'liuii by lln- ireilii; jjniii. lilll (In lint, l('llllti Mill nil- linl'li of ronsiilliitir i:ilciils, IliiuU that ill me ilii'it'fiiif (liiuiiiril tu iin nf i-nii- 8lllllltlill. '1' I IM', I lie limliiu (lltM. Illi' fi-clilu CoiiMiliilinli, tin- iii'ilNin.silIiin In tin (list iioi-nf'cii is inlici iliil. lint nnl lln di.M ;im' iiM'If. And lint iU'linilinii Hi:i I c nM Wnlue li 4mil fund, illlc air and uriu'inl li"fiiu' living. Constitoafior s Causes fully half tho sickness In tin- retains tho di...

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