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COCONINO SUN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1,8, 1906.
I Local and Personal j
Rend Dr. Swikenith's advertise
ment. F. L. Noble has been appointed
deputy by Sheriff Henderson.
Miss Helen Mcrritt has accepted
a position in the local post-oflice.
Candidates are beginning to an
nounce for the various county
I. P. Blackman left Wednesday
for the Grand Canoyn to be gone for
Jonh Noble, the prominent wool-
,' grower from Winslow was a visitor
; W. H. Keller and E. A. Sliker
t returned Tuesday from a very pleas-
ant, trip to Oak Creek.
., " Did you see Weatherford aid
J. Vail's signs? Get in line. Harry
French will do the res.t.
V Mrs, J. It. Treat left Monday
" for a few -weeks stay with rela
$ tives in Seligman.
" What about yourcarriage.Jf you
Jj want it painted bring it to Harry
iT French, the painter.
,U Mr. and Mrs. Elliott left for
- i Oak Creek this morning where they
i will remain for one week.
' j. Dr. Baker, the dentist, will be
tffi in Flagstaff on Monday, August,
tim 20, and will remain three weeks.
'f I am not a candidate for office,
but I am running for any kind of
aS. work in my line. Harry French the
John Muir, the celebrated scien
tist, and his daughter Miss Helen,
spent a few days here sightseeing
0g Charles Haltley has been ap-
t pointed to the. position of forest
guard, vice Ewing DeForest, re
jbJwT Bear Hunter Smith killed an old
bear and two cubs on Friday of last
week on the west side of the San
Miss Kelsey, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Lewis Bejme
dict for the past month left Wed;
nesday for her home in the east.
Owing to an oversight, Miss
Hansen's name was omitted in the
names of the party which spent
the wt'ek-end at the Hart ranch
A meeting of the democratic cen
tral committee is called for Monday,
August 20, 1900, at the court house
at 8 o'clock p. m. for the purpose
of appointing ten delegates to the
Territorial democratic convention
to be held at Bisbce on September
Ewing DeForest has resigned his
position as forest guard irrthe for-
est service and will leave' tonight
for his former home jn St. Louis,
Mo., where ho will undertake the
management of his father's large
J. P. Wheeler, town marshal,
who was thrown from his horse at
the race track one week ago yester
day, and badly injured about the
head is still unconscious. His con
dition has much improved during
the week and there is strong hope
of his ultimate recovery.
L. L. Fcrrall was a business vis
itor here Monday from the1 Canyon.
This is the first time Mr. Ferrall
has been in Flagstaff for some time
past and all of his old friends were
glad to see him agafn. He reports
things going along at a good lively
rate out at the Canyon and a full
ho.useall, the time.
Miss Minnie Sawyer,' one of the
owners of the Kingman Miner spent
several days here this week, visiting
her cousin Mrs. L. B. Shaffer.
Miss Sawder visited the Sun office
,toisee theSymplex typesetting ma
chine in operation. She left Thurs
i dayfor Manuelito, N. M., to visit
relatives for a few days.
J. J. Fisher left yesterday for
H. W. Smith came in from
Rhoadcs this morning.
Irving Yaeger, of Litchfield, Illi
nois, is the guest of his brother,
W. F. Taliaferro, of the land de
partment of the Santa Fe, Topeka,
Kansas, spent the day here.
Chas. Clark returned from a trip
to Kansas City to-day where he had
been with a shipment of sheep.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott left this
morning for. the Schnebly ranch on
Oak Creek to be gone for a few
About the deadest thing in Co
conino county is -the Republican
county central committee. Wake
up, gentlemen, and let us know you
Read the big advertisement of
Weatherford &Vail in this issue.
It will save you money to visit the
big carnival now being held in
their store. B
Fred Volz, of Canyon Diablo who
is in town to-day, says that owing
to a misunderstanding among the
Moquis, the day for holding Jhe
snake dance has not yet been set,
but that it will probably occur
sometime between September 1 and
Mrs. F. W. Sisson, Miss Myrtle
Smyser, Marjory and William Sis
son and Margaret Babbitt returned
from Thomas' ranch on Oak Creek
today after spending a very pleas
ant time for the past four days at
Hon. F. M. Zuck, a piominent
citizen of Holbrook, is here to-day
on business. He is accompanied by
Judge K. M. Jackson, of San Fran
cisco, Cal., who is interested in
the sheep business in Navajo coun
ty and who is spending some time
For the first time in the political
history of the county the republi
cans manjfest little or no interest
in the coming campaign. Let the
republicans get together and fix up
what little diiVerences there are
among them and gefc ready to win
in the county campaign.
E. L. Gardner, of Omaha, Neb.,
arrived this week and will be in
charge of the store of Weatherford
& Vail during the carnival sale of
the next thirty days. Mr. Gard
ner is an expert in his line and has
fixed up the interior of the big
store in an attractive and con
During the last five years the
Santa Fe has purchased 22,050
freight cars, 525 locomotives and
CSS passenger coaches. These fig
ures are accurate, and certainly
represent also an expenditure of
about $24,000,000. Within the
next few months" 70 more locomd
tives will be turned over to the
road, costing more than $1,000,000.
There is nothing uni.que about them,
they- are just the same big iron
horses that have hauled people
west ward. The Santa Fe'also has
an order in for 300 new passenger
Fred W. Prince and wife, Mrs.
E. C. Miles of San Francisco, Cal.,
and Win. G. Patchell, of San Jose,
Cal., are a party of visitors here
today. They are under the guid
ance of F. W. Volz, of Canyon
Diablo, and spent the day at the
Cliffs. They expect to visit the
petrified forest and the Moqui
snake dance and other points of
interest in Arizona. Mr. Prince is
the San Francisco ticket agent for
the Santa Fe and is looking up the
points that would be of interest
to the tourist with a vkw of inter
esting them sufficient to get them
to stop and visit these places and
among them he has Flagstaff on the.
list and expects to induce a number
of tourists to visitthc 'pojritasfo;
interest in mis vicinity.
FOR COUNTY RECORDER
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for re-election to the
office of County Recorder in and for
the County of Coconino, Territory
of Arizona, at the next general
election, subject to the nomina
tion of the Republican party, at
their County Convention.
Harrry C. Hibben.
FOR MEMBER BOARD OF SU
PERVISORS. I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of membeJ
of the Board of Supervisors of Co
conino County Arizona. Said can
didacy being subject to the 'action
of the Republican County Conven
tion of Coconino County.
John O. Harrington.
FOR SALE, RNT, WAMTED
Achcrtkemcnts under this hcml wilt lie In
Kertctl at tho rate of ten cents per line for tlie
flrnt Insertion ami ilo ctnts nor lino foreacli
subsequent insertion, an nveraco of flo words
muKinn n line.
For sale House and lot. Price
$600. Rente for $-10 per month.
Enquire at Bicycle shop, 34-tf
For sale; Sewing macine, cosht
$75. Will take $43. Machine good
as new. Machine can be seen -t
residence of Dr. Sipe. Mrs, Hester
Found At Kellers stand at
grounds on Fourth of July, child's
linen jacket. Owner can have same
by applying at Sun office.
Found A mother of pearl rosary.
The owner can have same by call
ing at the Sun office.
For sale Patent sheep ranch,
Gus Mudeersbach place. Apply to
J. C. Mudersbach, R. F. D. Box
103, Phoenix, Ariz.32-t9
For rent Three unfurnished
houses; also housekeeping rooms.
Mrs. Mayflower. 29 t5.
For sale: Five room house, with
hallway, and four lots, one of the
best locations in Flagstaff. Price
$450.00 cash, Address P. O. box, 225
For sale 160 acres of land located
at the head of Clarke valley For
information addess T. J. Richard
son, Box 261, Phoenix, Arizona
WANTED Freighters to haul
from Cananea to Basaitequi, forty
miles, price $25.00 per ton of Mex
ican currency. Time required to
make trip four days. Good roads
and accomodations. Address Oro
Maximo Mining Company, Cana
nea, Sonora, Mexico. Apartado 26.
We sell clocks and saddles and
t guns and pans,'
Shoes and watches " and coal oil
Banjoes and buckets, and beds ga-
Stoves piled up to the old front
If you've any old thing you'll sell
The Second-hand store is the place
Advertisement under this hrail will be In
Rerteil at tho nito of ten cent per lino for the
first Insertion, und live cents per lino for each
subsequent Insertion, iinaeraco of flic words
tnaltlni; a line.
Photographs, views and portraits,
at reasonable prices at the Stuart
photo gallery. 30-tf.
Satisfactory work guaranteed.
Residence south of court house.
Mrs. J. F. Byrne. 29t4p.
Strayed or Stolen.
From the Bellemont range, in
Dwembor. 1905. one block horse
mule, weight about 1200 pouncs;
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UfUWIl UUaU. UlttllUtU Ull Itll iJMUUI-,
Hfr with lazv w barred out. hrand-
ed M 6 on left shoulder" A lib
eral reward will be paid for tee
return of this mule or any informa
tion leading -to his recovery. Leave
information at.Sun osfice. 33-4tp
Tho5-ccnt pacttct Is cnouitb. for usual occos.
Ions. Tlio family boUlo (CO ceils) contains
supply for a year. All druRtflsts well them.
A Clearing House for Your
You have money Deposit it subject
to demand, or at interest. We offer
You need money legitimately, as your
credit is established, wc can accommo
date you. Customers naturally have
You wish to transfer money by mail or
telegraph; transfer property; send money
to Europe; have a note to be collected;
if you need reliable fire insurance; need
the proper blank forms and the services of
a notary. We offer prompt and pains
taking service, in these matters and others.
If we can serve you, call and see us.
The Citizens Bank
Dr. H. W. Swi keratin
OF SWIKERATH BROS., OPIICIAMS
PHOENIX. ARIZONA and DENVER, COLO.
will be here afrain at The Weatherford
day evening Sept. 3d. If there is
should you need spectacle, eye glares,
goods call at the hotel a early as possible while he is her. Parents should!
have their children's eyes examined, now, before school opens. We yvill teljj
you in what condition we find them and advise yon accordingly. We araj
agents for the Invisible Bifocals and
come in and see them. We absO"
mounting, prices reasonable, satisfaction guaranteed. Our best reference
are our many satisfied patrons in your town and thousands throughout the
territory. For the benefit of those who cannot call during the day, come
evenings, office hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Remember the Dates.
From Noon Aug, 31 until
Ryders planing mill at Phoenix
was destroyed by fire Saturday af tef
noon. There was no insurance and
the loss is estimated at $6,000.
There are 50 prisoners in the Co
chise county jail, all being Mexi
cans save 11. Thirty of the prison
ers are held to the grand jury,
The total assessed valuation of
all property in Gila county is placed
at $3,361, 740.92, an increase over
previous assessment of a little over
100 per cent.
The different territorial officers
are preparing the reports for the
governor. The report of R. L. Long
superintendent of public instruction
and EE. Kirkland, the territorial
treasurer, have been completed, and
are about ready for the printer.
Bo., J. Whiteside, according to
the Nogales papers, has resigned
his position with the sales depart
ment of the Las Dos Naciones Cigar
company and will devote his .entire
attention to his candidacy for the
democratic nomination for the ter
ritorial assembly from Santa Cruz
county. Mr. ,Whiteside was a mem
ber of the legislature four years ago.
Miss O'Brien has been on the
sick list for the past few days but
is now reported to be recovering.
TRADC MARK HHB
Hotel from noon Au. 31st until Mon
anything the matter with yourcyes, orl
artificial eyes, or any other optical
Toric Lenses, they are best for the eyes,"
carry every style spectacle and eye glass
Monday Eie., Sept. 3
M. E. Church Items.
The pastor of the church returned
from a trip to Montezuma's well
and Castle. He reports a very
A large number of youngipeople
were present at last Sunday even
ings service. We will be glad to
welcome them again tomorrow
Tomorrow is the fourth and last "
quarterly meeting of the confer
ence year. ,
At the close of the 11:00 o'clock
preaching service the Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper will be adminis
tered. This is an occasion when
every member of the church Bhould
make a special effort to be present.
We are also nnxiona thai- nil .-
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friends should be present. .
bunday School at 10:00 a. m.
Epworth League at 7:00 p: m,
Preaching at 8:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
evening. Don't fail to beCpr&ent.
The regular services wilKKo mAA
next Sunday. Sunday Sclieol at
9:45; Preaching at 11 :00 a Xm. and
8:00p. m. Young peoples Meeting
at 1 110 p. m.
Presbyterian Church ftes.
Mr "Rmrl onrl fomll.. 1 ,
..... ... ,,jr ,wve oeen
at the Grand Canyon for the past
few days, and will return today
The pastor will preach both morn
ing, and evening.
Let us have a full house,