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The Coconino Sun from Flagstaff, Arizona • Page 4

The Coconino Suni
Flagstaff, Arizona
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COCONINO SUN he or nut dim. Entered In the Postodlce nt FlngstnR its second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars near-In advance. Kvery paper stopped at the expiration or the time paid (or M.

FUNSTON, Editor. Satukday, July 1905. The fact that there are but ten commandments to bo broken is quite a handicap on the ability of some men. The Kansas supreme court has de cided that it is unconstitutional for that state to go into the oil refining business. Says the Globe Belt: "It is small wonder that Now Mexico is moro than willing' to bo joined to Arizona in statehood.

It is morally certain that this torritory will lead the country in copper production within a few yearn, and tho assossmont rolls for 1103 will show approximately one hundred millions of taxablo valuation. Anybody with a hoad likes to stand in with tho winner and bo near the front of tho procession and, wo are willing to credit our neighbor on tho oast with good horso sense." The Stanard oil company Is spending less for advertising and getting moro of it than any other corporation in the country. The way of tho transgressor may be hard, but it is by no means lonesome. There's a whole lot of people traveling the same road all the time. Tho eagerness with which Japan's new loan was taken indicates a gen eral belief that she is certain to get a large indemlty from Russia.

"Men who stay at home evory night are not good for anything," says Dr. Julia Holmes Smith. Wo don't know who Mrs. Smith is, but hurrah for her unyway. The old saying that a man must die to boat a life Insurance company certainly does not apply to the patties who draw those princely Equitable salaries.

A Brooklyn jiidge has granted a divorce for two years, with privilege of remarriage at the end of that time. Tho return coupon is a new thing for divorces. The appointment of Ellhu Root to the first place in the cabinet seems to put a quietus on the prestdental aspirations of some of the lesser lights in the republican party. Whatever the child's da time naughtiness may have been, ai nightfall ho should be forgiven and go to rest with the mother's kiss on his lips and her tender voice in his ear. With Elihu Root as tho administrations' favorite son and William II.

Toft as Ohio's favorite son there promises to be something doing at the next republican national convention The indictment against Edward N. Buck, editor of tho Naco Budget, was last waek dismissed on motion of tho district attorney of Cochise county, tho ovldenco being insulHcIent to warrant placing tho defendout on trial. The Indictment was) for libel and was brought on tho testimony of a man named Ingersol. The railroads of tho country apparently believe that they havo defeated the president in his capalgn for railway rate legislation. At least thoy havo recently sent out conlidential statements from the press bureau which they maintain, to oppose railway rate legislation, saying that the President has been convinced of tho error of his ways and that tho effort to secure legislation for the protection of shippers and customors will not be seriously pressed at tho next sossion of congress The July American Boy.

Patriotism, pleasure and profit are tho happy ingredients which go to make up tho contents of the July number of tho American Boy. Tho splen did cover picture showing a stalwart American Revolutionary soldier standing sword in hand in defense of the stars and stripes will excite a real Fourth of July feoling In both old and young. Among tho patriotic stories and articles in this number are: Archie Comstock's Celebration, which will simply tickle the boys all over with its humor: What lias Happened on tho Fourth of July, telling of othor interesting events which havo taken placo on that day; Hezekiah Butterworth tells about tho "grand old man" of boy stories; A Boy of the Old Fashioned Typo; A Night Alone on the Prairie; University of Pennsylvania Will Try to Make Every Student an Athlete; How Undo Sam Collected a Debt. For the athletlo boy there are also: A Discussion of Football; Baseball Helps; Standing High Jump, by Ray C. Ery.

American Champion, and Some Apparatus for an Outdoor Gymnasium. The boy Mechanic and Electrician tells about Current Electricity and how to oxperimont Funny Items; Stamps, Coins and Curios; The Boy Photographer; American Boy Day is also made a feature of the paper and tells of celebrations to bo hold at the Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Oregon; Cairo, Illinois, Chautauqua, Now York, and Boston, and many other points, at all of which hundreds of boys will be present and programs given by the moHt talented boys of the country vl 09 rendered. Tho illustrations number over 100. Subscription price $1.00 a year. The Sprague Publishing Detroit, Mich.

Sheep Supply Not Yet Exhausted. Tuesday's Albuquerque Journal stated that W. L. Boothe, of Flag staff, Arizona, had shipped 3,000 lambs through there the day previous, to the Kansas City market, and also said that the lot was one of tho finest ever seen thoro. The Journal also stated that over one hundred and fifty thousand head of sheop bad been handled at the Albuquerquo stock yards this season, and that" tho most of them were from Arizona.

Ash Tork Catlnf House-, Frank M. Murphy returned last week from a trip to Chicago and New York, and stated to tho Journal-Miner that "tho finest eating house on the Santa Fe system will bo erected at Ash Fork." It Is to bo a much larger structure tlian tho old one, and will be built of stone or brick. In fact, it is to bo a hotel instead of an eating house, and will cost from $30,000 to $40,000. Deputy Sheriff Stabbed. Deputy Sheriff Ollphint, of Yava pai county, was set upon by two Mexicans at Crown.

King, Tuesday, and stabbed several timos, through tho lung, and is in a critical condition. Ono of tho Mexicans was captured, but tho othor escaped. TUBS For SicR Livers A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND ATTiril 17 nintJC constipation, dyspep. llUlLKLl LUKCJ SIA, MALARIA, CHILLS and yUlVUL1 VUiltViJ AUL UVER COMPLAINTS. A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD.

Ona bottle pur chased today may save you a sick spell tomorrow. CURED OF CHILLS AND rEVER AFTE1 ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED Mrs. W. A. Whitewell, Emory, writes: "My child had chills and fever for four years.

We tried all kinds of medicines, and finally an acquaintance of mine recommended Herbine. We used three bottles, and the child Is now completely cured. You have my permission to publish this testimonial, as I cheer fully recommend Herbine to all mothers havipg children afflicted as mine." UI0E BOTTLE, 50c GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. ST. LOUIS U.


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i I 1.0 i ARIZONA I ij LUMBER AND TIMBER I COMPANY Manufacturer or 1 Native Pine Lumber, ij Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, Piling Shingles, i Ties, Larglnr. Sasnrand Doors. i Flagstaff, Arizona, barronX merchanttailor, 1 San Francisco St. 3r FLAGSTAFF. L..

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