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LOCAL MID PERSOHAL
Wanted I3"pW stoves, cjuick.
Second Hand Spre.
George A. Cross left last night
for a visit to his brother in North
O. S. Emblem has a new ad
vertisement in this issue regard
A. E. Macomber spent Monday
here. He was on his wayfrom
Colorado to Williams. "
The Sun has added a number
of new faces of type to its job do-'
partment and just a httle better
printing can be done for our pat
rons. The case of John Skaggs in
dicted for the murder of young
Clark is set for trial in the district
court, at Prescott, for Monday
A number of his friends gave
Chas. Knop a surprise party on
Sunday evening. Refreshments
were served and the party enjoyed
themselves until the small hours.
Mrs. Roy Burnett and children
left Tuesday for Dodge City, Kan
sas, where they will visit relatives
for several weeks. Before their
return they will visit their former
home in Texas.
Miss Trowbridge will leave
Monday for Phoenix. She is the
superintendent of the fine arts' de
partment of the Territorial fair,
and goes to take charge of that
department during fair week. She
will also take a number of paint
ings and water colors for exhibi
tion. Lew Blakely, son of Judge W.
G. Blakely, one of the best known
young men of this country, died
at Chloride last night of pneu
monia. He had been ill but a few
days and his death was rather un
expected. Deceased was born in
the state of Nevada about 38 years
ago, but had lived in Mohave
county since babyhood. Mohave
J. S. Emmet was in town this
week, bringing in a load of turk
ets and other products of his
ranch at Lee's Ferry. Mr. Em
met says that work of building a
trail down Bright Angel will soon
be completed. The five hundred
foot cable for the ferry across the
the Colorado in on the rim at the
head of Bright Angel creek and
that the ferry will be ready in a
The following pupils of the sec
ond primary department of the
Emerson public schbol were
neither tardy nor absent, during
the last school month: Second
grade Elsie Dietzman, James
Lamport, Dennie Harrington and
Willie Martinez. Third grade
Elizabeth Boyd, Lizzie Byrom,
Claire Campbell, Carl Dickinson,
Fletcher Fairchild, Lee Glowner,
Mary and Louise Greenlaw, Sibyl
Kraus, Emerson Miller, Hazel
Payne, Thaysen Schwable and
On next Thursday, Nov. 30,
there will be a Union Thanks
giving service held at the M. E.
church at this place.
Rev. F. C. Reid, pastor of the
Presbyterian church will preach
the sermon, and the singers of
both Methodist and Presbyterian
churches will unite in furnishing
the music. It has long been the
custom of Flagstaff people to
unite in religious services on
Thanksgiving day, and the excel
lenr program has been arranged
ana the abundant blessings of De-
fne Providence during the past
ear, ought to insure a large at
The first bell will ring at 10
o'clock a. m. and the services
will begin promptly at 10:30.
at M. E. church 10 o'clock a. m.
Anthem By the Chotr.
Reuiling, Thanksgiving Proclamation.
Prof. A. M. Toy lor, Pres. Normal
Hymn By the Audience.
Prayer, Uev. P. S. Reid
Reading Scriptures, Rev. A.. M.
Hymn By tho Audience.
Preaching, Rev. P. (' Reid.
Anthem By the Choir.
Weather for the Week.
The following data for the week
ending at 9 a. m. today (Nov. 25)
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 28.4 degrees below the
normal and 10. 1 degrees lower
than the mean for the correspond
ing week of last year. The high
est temperature waa 54 degrees,
on the 19, and the lowest, zero,
on the 24th. The highest tem
perature recorded for the same
period during the past eight years
was 68 degrees, on the 18th, 1898,
and 22d, I005, and the lowest 7
degrees below zero, on the 24th,
The total precipitation for the
week was 1.77 inches, and the
total snowfall, 16.2 inches. The
greatest depth of snow on ground
was 15.5 inches, on the 21st. The
prevailing winds have been from
the north, the average cloudiness
was 47 per cent, and the mean
relative humidity, 87 per cent.
Sunday Church Bells.
Hereafter the first bell for Sun
day school at the M. E. church
will ring at 9:30 a. m. and the sec
ond at 10 o'clock. And for morning
preaching services, the first bell
will ring at 10:30 and the second
at 11 o'clock.
In he evening, the first bell for
Epworth League will ring at six
o'clock and second at 6530. For
evening preaching services, the
first bell will ring at 7 o'clock and
the second at 7:30.
We hope that all who are inter
ested will please take notice to
the change in the ringing of the
A I A
Four Jersey cows,r all branded
pn right ribs, and cco on
left thigh, vvo' wearing bells.
$20 reward topersons holding
these cows and notifying, Grand
view Hotel, Grandview Arizona.
The Jury Return a Verdict of Guilty
Against R. E. Daggs. To be
The jury in the case against R.
E. Daggs, secretary of the Arizona
Corporation Guarantee company,
charged with criminal asault upon
the person of Miss Esther Power,
on October 17, returned a verdict
of guilty on the third ballot last
The jury was out less than an
hour Daggs was in court when
the verdict was announced. He
had been crestfallen throughout
the day, and especially when the
attorneys for the prosecution were
making their arguments.
When the verdict was announced
a look of sadness overspread the
man's face. He was taken into
custody and spent the night in the
woman's cell in the jail. His
brother, A. J. Daggs, spent the
greater part of the night with him.
The latter appeared to be about as
much depressed by the verdict as
was his brother.
The statute fixes the punishment
for criminal assault at not less
than one year, nor more than four
teen years. Sentence will be
passed upon Daggs Monday.
Presbyterian Church Items.
On account of the storm, wc
have decided to postpone our Ral
ly day and Missionary offering.
That need not keep you at home
All services as usual tomorrow.
Sunday school will observe
World's Temperance Sunday, tak
ing up the temperance lesson for
the day. Young People's meeting
has a Thanksgiving topic, and will
be led by Mr. Warren Perkins.
We hope to have a chorus choir
for our evening services, beginning
with tomorrow evening. You will
enjoy the services of the day, so
come and unite with us.
Remember the Thanksgiving
services next Thursday morning at
10:30 o'clock. It will do you good
to take time for an hour of praise
and worship. The service will be
held at the M. E. church, with
sermon by Mr. Reid.
Mr. and Mrs. Reid are now in
the manse, and shall always be
glad to welcome the friends of our
community. They propose to give
a "house warming" by holding
the Wednesday evening prayer
meeting at their home next
Wednesday evening. A social
hour will follow. All members
and adherents of the church are
cordially invited to this meeting.
Cood Things to Eat.
Extra choice prime rib roasts
and every cut of tender steaks.
Flaked beef suet .for your hohdav
puddings (somcmingvtry good.)
Fancy dry pickeu ttfrkeys, geese,
ducks, springermd hens. See
Babbitt Bros, holiday meats. 47-ti
ONS WE INVITE
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ton, I). a, October 12, IW.. S ilcd lil J murlitf I
outside, "Hid. Cuso No. SJI, San Francisco
Mountains," and addressed to tho Forester,
Forest Service, Washington, I). C . will ho re
ceived up to nnil Including the fourth day of
December, 190.1, for the purchase of approxi
mately 2S.00O.ou0 feet II. M.. preen and dry.
Western Yellow I'lne tlmler located on V. V,
and N. K. H Sec. 12, K. '.J, E. 4 See, 2; all Sees.
lOand 14. all In T. Si K.. Hi 3 B.; SeyH, 1!. It 24;
N. W. H N W. H and all of E. H Sec. M. except
S. W. H 8. K. M. all lnT. 2J N..,Il. 3 B.; Seen .
10,12, II, 18, also H.M audit W N. 4 Sen, it;
N. W. U. N. M S. W.&. N. N. B. H Set 8; N.
W, H. W.H S. W. 1,1 Sec2-.!; See. 28; B. ", an I
E. M W. Sec snf nlUIn T. 23 N.. It. 4 B , 0.
and S. It. M.. within toe San Pninclsvo Moun
tain' Purest Keserjrc. No bid of less than I i.v
per thousand fectrui. M. for both green nn 1 dry
timber will be considered, and a deposit of II,
000 must accompany each bid. F6r further In
formation and regulations governing h iIch ad
drewt P. S. Ilreen, Supervisor. PlaRstiilt. Ari
zona. OVEKTON W. l'KICE, Artlnif Foro.ter.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of James T Treat deceased. Notlco Is
heicby Riven by tho undersigned. U. A. ICellor.
Administrator of the Estate of James L, Treat,
deceased, to the credltorn of, ond all persons
having claims ntralnst the nald deceased, to ex
hibit them, with tho necessarytouchers, with
in four (4) months after the Ofst publication of
this notlco to the slid C. f. Keller, Adminis
trator at Flagstaff, Arizona, the same bclntr the
place for the traniactton of tho business of
said estate, In Counts! Coconino.
C A. KELLKIt.
Administrator of the Estate of James t.
Dated Flagstaff, Arizona, this 23rJ day of
September. 1905. 4Mt
TM. Citifi T7r line tn?wla '1 mil.
of one fare tb arstations on its
line for Thanftgrfving day. Tickets
will be soUrfaovember 29 and 30
good -for return December r,
Sticking to a Contract
is one of our good points. We do not
repudiate flguresjOn estimates, and we
! closely. We do only
rery highest class, and wo
reasonable prices for lirst
We find that this policy
I'll And that il will pay you
i us do your work.
O. S. EMBLEM
Next Door to Gem Office Flagstaff, Ariz.
follow every deufll
work qf the j