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LOCAL HUD ffiOWIl
F. S. Breen returned this week
from Chicago, 111.
Dr. E. 13. Perrin, of Williams,
spent yesterday here on business.
, Hear. Dr. Rogers at the M. E.
church next Wednesday evening.
, Rev. J. H. Henry, a former pas
tor of the M. E. church here, is
n jv stationed at OxnarJ, Cal.
W. K. Flora, of the law depart
ment of the Santa Fe, at Prescatt,
was here this miming on business.
F. S. Dickerson and Henry
Haley, of Seluman, were visitors
Lieut. E. S. Kemp, U. S. A.,
and twenty-six recruits, bound fir
Fort Whipple, passed through the
Miss Agnes Walsh attended the
dance and basket ball game at
Winslow, Saturday evening, and
was the guest of the Misses Downs.
The dance given by Pioneer
hose company No. i, at McMillan
hall, was well attended, and those
who participated in the event had
an enjoyable time.
To Dr. E. S. Miller belongs the
credit as a medallion designer, his
latest effort in that line, is the sou
venir badge for the Masonic con
clave, ti hi held in this city next
W. H. Campbell and family,
and H. C. Lockctt and family, left
yesterday for Phaenix, aenss the
county, by their own con vepances.
They will spend the winter in
Etheline and Myrene, two fam
ous racehorses, property of R. H.
Hennesey, who has a large string
of horses that are now on the turf
in the south and western meet
ings, passed through the city
Tuesday, bound for Los Anceles
and the Pacific coast events. The
horses were in charge of Jockey
Joe Meyer. Besides these two
famous horses, Mr. Hennesey will
bring ten other head of running
and trotting stock. Jockey Meyer
and his pets attracted considerable
attention while the train was
awaiting orders here.
Monday morning a New York
special, bound for Ascot Park Los
Angeles California race course,
passed through here. This special
was composed of eight express
cars and a Pullman, and the con
tents of the train was valued at a
quarter of a million dollars. It
had aboard some of the noted race
horses of the turf, and was the
largest single train of valuable
stock that ever came over the
Santa Fe. A dozen or more
stables were in the combination,
bringing along their jockeys,
grooms and hostlers. James
Blute, with a string of twenty
four, including Solz, Peeping Tom,
Regal and Bill Curtis. W. T. An
derson had Texar, Fustain, Paul
II. and a number of one-year-olds;
the train also carried several fast
horses that are owned by eastern
men, who brought their wives
along to enjoy the western climate
and take in the turf events.
The Santa Fe & Grand Canyon
railway has enjoined the county
treasurer of this county from col
lecting taxes on the assessment
made against the El Tovar hotel,
claiming exemption under .Section
i of Act No. 68, of the legislature
of Arizona. Approved March 16,
The assessor valued the El
Tovar at $85,000 and other im
provements at $15,000. The board
of equalization raised the assess
ment to $203,000 and also placed
the Bright Angel hotel on the roll
at a value of $15,000, and after
ward reduced these assessments to
The assessment was made as
personal property. The railroad
claims that the hotel is a part of
the station grounds and' exemit
from taxation, as is the railroad,
and under the same law.
The injunction was issued today
from the district court of this
county, and the case will come up
or trial at the April, iqo6, term of
At a meeting held last night,
the democrats discussed the plan
of the campaign for the election of
town officials, at the April, 1906,
The new primary law is opera
tive in the town election and the
democrats intend putting a full
ticket in the field.
The officers of the new organ
ization are Larry Quinlan, presi
dent John Marshall, secretary;
Frank Payne, treasurer.
Executive committec--Dr. D. J,
Branuen, president; J. E. Jones.
T. A. Rickel, S. Barron, E. S.
Gosney, W. W. Durham, W. D.
Rodcn, Thos. Phelan, Thos. Gan
dee, Frank Rodriguez, C. C.
Compton, Paul Rodriguez, W. H.
Carroll, W. G. Dickinson, Wm.
Falder and L. L. Burns.
The next meeting of the organi
zation is set for Friday evening,
M. E. Church Announcments.
Preaching every Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school 9:45 a. m. E p w o r t h
League 6:45 p. m. On Wednes
day evening; Nov. 15, Rev. S. J.
Rogers will be present aud preach,
after which the first quarterly
Conference will be held.
All are cordially invited to attend
A. M. LumI'MN, Pastor.
Presbyterian Church Item?.
Mr. and Mrs. Reid returned
Wednesday morning. All ser
vices as usual next Sunday. The
subject of the morning sermon
will be: "The Church and the
Community," that of the evening
sermon, "Why not a Christian?"
We are planning for a Rally
Day soon, and want to get every
one in line for the winter's work.
We are late getting started in
our regular program of fall and
winter work, but by hard effort
can make up for lost time.
A cordial invitation is extended
all who are not worshipping else
where, to attend our services to
morrow. A very pleasant reception was
given last evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Camp
bell, in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Reid. A large number of
friends were present, and an'en-
joyable evening spent. Light re
freshments were served by the
ladies of the church.
Several of the young ladies of
the Normal paid a farewell visit
to Miss Vera Greenlaw, Friday,
November, 3. She is going to
attend the Tempe Normal and
make her home with Miss Finey,
a friend of the family.
Miss Minnie Porter, of Pamona,
California and Miss Georgia
Jacobs, of Michigan, have en
rolled as special students at the
The Misses Frosts, Terry and
Hubbs, were invited to dinner at
the home of Mrs. I. P. Wheeler,
Thursday and spent a very pleas
The first examinations or the
year will be held next week, be
ginning the 13th.
Mrs. W. E. Frost, of Kingman,
sent several boxes chrysanthemum
to her daughters in school and
other friends. The collection com
prised seven diffierent varities.
This shows what can be done in
Arizona in the way of culture of
this beautiful flower.
The dormitory girls are hopeful
of entering the new building by
Thursday, 16th and hope to have
an open night in the near future.
I stood on the rim of the Canvon
With its beetling CUlfs there
And that ol the ad -ffr space
that is simrjfY going to
Ye bold sheer tfliffs and Head
lands that 'ere worn bv the
How I'd likcto write on your
Shred tin Wheat and Force;
First Quarterly Conference.
On next Wednesday evening at
7:30 o'clock, Rev. S. J. Rogers,
superintendent of Arizona Mis
sions, will preach at the M. E.
church. After preaching, the first
quarterly conference will be held.
All are invited to attend these ser
vices, and the official members of
the church are especially urged to
t A. M. Lumpkin, pastor.
I have 125 acres of good pasture
and lotsof ,',iay. Wilpfake horses
to feed and pasjufc through the
winter, at 'fcasojiifble prices. Ad
dress, Th'jmrts Carroll, Cotton
wood, Arizona. 44-1
Just the Place
irmunng cadence ot
pes not in snarps ana
up in a zonophone to
spiel of my 2nd hand hats,
And a big searchlight I'd work
To throw in the Cliffs below;
Of the bargains we offer in Flag
staff town or use Sapolio;
Chaotic moments of moods divine
Deep in earth's bosom sunk;
How I'd like to take you to Flag
And peddle you out for junk.
S. H. Fi.ni.ev.
Weather for the Week.
The following data for the week
ending at 9 a. m. today (Nov. u)
are furnished by Observer A. E.
Hackett, in charge of the local
jffice of the U. S. weather bureau:
The mean temperature of the
week was 40.4 degree, 2.01 de
grees above the normal and 2.0
degrees higher than the mean for
the corresponding week last year.
The highest temperature was 55
degrees, on the 4th, and the low
est, 31 degrees, on the 10th. The
highest temperature on record for
the same period (record extends
to 1898) is 68 degrees, which oc
curred on the 6th. 1898, and the
lowest, 3 degrees, on the 9th,
The total precipitation for the
week was 2.14 inches. The pre
vailing winds were from the east,
the average cloudiness was 89 per
cent, and the mean relative hum
idity, 87 per cent.
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THE CITIZENS BANK
Flagstaff, ... - Arizona
Notice of Sole of Real Estate.
In the t'rotmte Court of the County of Coco
nino, Territory of Arizona.
In tlu mutter of the Estato of Mrs. Anna
Notice I hereby given. That In pursuance if
11 n order of'lhe Probate Court In and for th'i
County of Coconino. Territory of ArUfcna, mule
on the 2nd day of November. IWS, Lrtbe matter
of the estate of Mr. Anna Hooks, deceased,
the undersigned, the Aumlnlstraor, will sell to
the highest bidder, ut prlvajr sale, subject t'i
confirmation by fsayf Probst Court, on Mon
day, the l.llh (lav ofAiive natter, 1906, at Vo'clo.-U
p. m.. ut the Counw ot House of this said
County, In the office of the Probate Judge; Hi
the CUT of Klu.'sdirf.iB thcsuld County of Co
conino. 'I crrlliirjjurilrlronii, the following de
scribed real propofly, to-wlt: 1.01 Five IJ
and Six () and Twenty-tbtw fcf I and Twenty
four (21) In Illock numbered Four (4) of the
town of Flagstaff, Coconino County, Arlzonn
Territory, together with all the Improvements
thereon: ani all prsmit property of every
kind therein, now belonging to the Maid estate.
lllds will be In writing ant! sealed and will bo
received by the undersigned on or before the
hour and day above mentioned.
'lerms of sate: "ash on the delivery of deed.
Administrator of the Estate of Mrs. Anna
Dated November 4. I A. 44-2t
Notice to Creditors.
Estate ofjames I- Treat deceased. Notice Is
hcieby given by the undersigned, P. A. Keller,
Administrator of the KtUli'e of James I Treat,
deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons
having clulms against the mfd deceased, to ex
hlhli them, with the npccsn'irv vouchers, with
in four (I) months after! the first publication of
this notice to the said (', A. Keller, Admlnls
tralor at Flagstaff, Arizona, the 8 ime being the
ploco for the transition of thj business of
said estate. In County of Coconino.
a a. KKLLKiu.
Administrator of the Estate of James t..
Dated Flagstaff, Arizona, this 23rd day of
September, ItKB. 44-4f
N0TICK OF SALE OF TIMBEH. Washing
ton, D. C, October 12, 1905. Sealed bid marked
outside, "Did, Case No. 224, San Francisco
Mountains," and addressed to the Forester,
Forest Service, Washington, D fi , will be re
ceived up to and Including Ufc fourth day of
December, IMS, forthe nunbane of approxi
and N. K. H See.
10 and 14. all In
N. W. N W.
S. W. M S. E. !
10,12, II. 18, a
N. W. M. N. M
W. H. W.K a
E. M W. H See;
and S. It. M.,
green and dry,
(her located on W. H
:. Sec, 2; all Sacs.
B.S Sees. 12, 14,24;
til of E. 4 Sec, 26, except
23 N., R. S E.; Sees. e.
,'A andS. UN. K Sec, 24;
U. N. N. E. U Sea H: N.
t See. 22; See. 28; E. W and
n 1. n 09 xr n ii ri
I" . .. JZ . . ''
10 me oan r rancisw moun
tains' Forest Reserve. No bid of less than tino
per thousand feet B- M. for both green and dry
timber will be considered, and a deposit of !,
003 must accompany each bid. For further In
formation and regulations governing sales ad
dress F, S. Drecn, Supervisor, Flagstaff. Ari
zona. OVE BTON W, PRICE, Acting Forester.