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FRIDAY,. MARCH 3, -1911
THE. COCONINO SUN
Local and Personal
Mrs. J. Morehead of Maine
was in the city Friday.
Supervisor VV. G. Dickinson
returned from Los Angeles Friday.
Mrs. C. J. Walters left Tuesday
for Phoenix to visit her parents.
Joe Roth was doing jury .duty on
the federal jury in Prescott last
lion. E. S. Clark of Prescott
was. in the city Monday on 1ck.iI
E. S. Gosney, of Pasadena,
Calf., was in the city on business
Ed.' Geddis and wife of Wil
liams are visiting at Jesse Gregg's
R. V. Chamberlain of Williams
attended the K. of C. meeting
here Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Wilson and little daugh
ter, Mary, of Winslow, were the
guests of Mrs. Mary Coffin this
F. J. Mann and wife of Mil
waukee stopped off here Saturday,
on his way west, to visit his
brother-in-law, L. B. Shaffer.
Kenneth II. Gillette, inspector
of transportation for the Santa Fe,
came in Saturday evening from
Fresno, Calf., to spend Sunday
with his, wife.
F. L. Dickinson and family left
last week for the Verde to remain
a month or so. Mr. Dickinson
hopes the lower altitude will as
sist in recuperating his health,
James Dalton, the saw filer ex-
pert for the Saginaw & Manistee
Lumber Co. of Williams, was in
Flagstaff Sunday attending the
.Knights of Columbus convention.
t A. J. Diamond left Saturday for
-the Blythe ranch along the Colo
rado and will also visit Parker
and other points in the new coun
try being opened up in that sec
tion. W. E. Barnes, an experienced
lumberman of New Orleans, ar
rived in Flagstaff last Saturday
evening and is, the guest ol D. P.
Clayton. Mr. Barnes is looking
fof a live place to locate and ex
pects to remain here.
R. VV. Watson came in Satur
day from VVm. Beeson's wood
camp at Cosninq. During the
winter so far the wood cutters
there have cut aver 500 cords of
wood. There were from- five to
ten men at work.
D, M. Bunker, the civil engi
neer, has received notice that he
passed the examination and has
been appointed mineral surveyor.
This will be a new branch of
work for the firm of Lamport &
Stock Inspector Holden was in
Flagstaff Monday to be present at
a stock trial before Judge Har
rington. Kellam, a stockman,
was under arrest charged with not
having hung out hides of beef
killed as required by law.. He
was fined 50 and costs.
The Western Union decided to
, put on a day letter telegram, on
the same principal as the night
' letter of fifty words. The day
letter, if not over fifty words, will
cost one and a half times more
than the night letter. This new
order went into effect March 1st.
Howel Jones, land commis
sioner of the Santa Fe, "was in
Flagstaff Friday. It is under
stood that David Babbitt has an
option on all lots and vacant land
belonging to the Santa Fe east of
Agassiz street and may purchase
it'with a view of a new residence
on tlie hill.
N. S. lily, the Winslow sheep
sterof prominence, was a business
visitor in Flagstaff Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pollock re
turned from Phoenix Monday
morning to remain permanently.
liy Fuller, one of the busiest
cattlemen of the southwest, was
in Flagstaff a couple days the
first of the week.
Hon. R. E. Morrison' of Pres-'
cott was among the prominent
K. of C. visitors here Sunday, re
turning Monday morning.
John Garrett and family left last
week for Tombstone to visit rela
tives. They will visit the coast
before returning to Flagstaff.
The W. C. T. U. ladies will give
a social tea for the benefit of the
reading room, at Mrs. Lightbufn's
Friday afternoon, March 3rd. All
Thomas Sayer came in Satur
day from the Dent & Sayer head
quarters ranch on the Canyon
road. Snows had not been plen
tiful up to the time he left there.
Mrs. Ben Holmes, of San Ber
nardino, was the guest of Mrs.
C. II. Brownell this week. Mrs.
Holmes is the wife of the popular
Santa Fe agent at San Bernar
D. E. Schnebley, the sheep
man, writes from Octave, Arizona,
that he had heard from Missouri
of the arrival of twin babies at
the old home, where his wife has
been visiting. One a sheepherder
and the other a dishwasher.
Mother and babies doing well.
Papa Schnebley is anxious to
have them show, 'em to him.
Granulated Eye Lldn
Do not need to be cauterized or
scarined by a physician. Suther
land's Eagle Eye Salve is guaran
teed to cure them without pain.
It is harmless and a sure cure for
granulated lids. 25c tubes at all
Frank C. Curtis i
g CABINET g
General Repair Work
g . A Specialty ft
5 Fancy Wood Work of Any Kind ft
5 Drawings and. Plans Made
W to Order. Is!
g Frank C. Curtis g
H P. 0. Box 36. - FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. H
fy-ry 4 U
Kellogg Corn Flakes 2
Shredded' Wheat Biscuit
2 for '. 25c
Fairy Soap j 5 Cents
Sunday Monday per
White King ) Cake
Would you know the proper precautions to take to protect your
interests if you were buying or selling property? Many do not.
It is surprising sometimes to sec how often matters'of vital im
portance are overlooked. ,
Our experience and judgment may often be of use to you. Make
your deals through us. Our best efforts are at your disposal.
In fact, we make it our business to look after the financial
matters of our customers in the best possible way.
THE CITIZENS BANK .
HAGS T A F F
fylOUNTAIN IXJDOB NO. IS. K. OK I'.
MeeW Id Elks Hall every Wednesday night
VlxUinit knlKbtt nre cordially invited to attend,
GEOUOK LUMI'KINS. C. C.
JOHN MAUSHAIiti. M. OF V.
H J.KIDD. 1COP II. & M.
"OUUT COCONINO NO. Km. INDEI'END-
KNT OKDER QV FOltESTKKS.
Meets flmt and third Thursdays each month
In Klka Halt. VNIlliu; members Invited to
attend the Court mcotltiK.
CHAS HOCKNOW. C. It.
JOHN M. CLAnir. Treasurer.
W. H. ANDEKSON. Financial Secretary.
TJl-AOSTAFF AEUIE 7fi2. FKATKKNAr.
A OltDBIl OF KAOI.KS.
Meet at Cltr Hall on first and third Thurs
day nlKhts of each month at 8:3).
ruAna i.r.ai.tr., wonnjri-rrMMcnu
C. A. ULACK. Secretary.
FLAGSTAFF UDDQE NO. 499. I1ENEVO
LENT AND I'lCOTECTIVK
OKDKIt OF ELKS.
MeeU everv Tuesday nleht In II. I. O. E. hall
corner San Francisco street and Aiien avenue.
VIMUm; hrotherx cordially Invited to attend.
I 11. SHAFFEIt. E. II.
Oil. E: S. MILLEK, Secrctnry.
pLAOSTAFF tJOVOK NO. 7, F. & A. M.
Regular lueetlmr on first Saturday of each
month, at Elks Hall. Vlsltlnjr brethren In
vited to attend. J. C, I1LAKE, W. M.
K. 8. MIM.KH, secretary.
Q RAND CANYON CHAPTER NO. 1, 0. E. S.
Meets on the second and fourth Saturday
nlicbts of each month, at 8 o'clock, in F. & A.
M. hall. Visltlm; members of the order aro
r.VA tijuiJ, wormy Matron.
MARY MAYFLOWER, Secretary,
DR. E. S. MILLER, Worthy Patron.
pLAOSTAFF LODGE NO, 11, I.O.O.F.'
Meeting every Monday night In Masonic
Hall. Vlslttnu members Invited to attend.
GEORGE LUMi'KlNi N. O.
W, H JAMES, V. G.
EDGAR HASH, Secretary.
J. It. TREAT, Treasurer.
DA SILVA COUNCIL NO. 1239. KNIGHTS
Remilar meetings second and fourth Monday
of each month. . Visiting Knights cordially In.
vlted to attend. O. W. JAKEL, O. K.
G. p. connou. Financial secretary.
RAY O. UAHHITT, Recorder.
pLAOSTAFF LODGE NO. Wl, T. F. 11,
Meets first and third Thursday nights In each
month In Masonic Hall. Visiting member? of
the Order cordially Invited.
ROUERT A. ANDERSON, President.
ANNIE V. HOWE, Vice President.
KATIE O'FARRELL, Secretary.
JENECA THII1E NO. 23 OF REDMEN
MeeU every Saturday night at tho City Unit.
Chiefs, warriors, hunters and braves, astray
from their own council iircs, aro cordially in
vited to ours. MARION AUHINEAU,
umer or Records.
jitODBRN WOODMAN OF AMERICA
Flagstaff Camp No. 101, M. W. A Meets In
Eagles' Hall second and fourth Fridays of each
month. Visiting neighbors cordially Invited,
GEORGE A HOWELL, Consul.
a B-WILSON, Secretary.
UNION BARBER SHOP
Three Doors South of
FRANK LESLIE, Proprietor
WOOD & COAL
Mill Blocks, Cedar and Pine
Wood, Stove or Cord Wood,
Pine anil Cedar Posts.
PHONE 3. Prompt Delivery
Domestic and Havana
Fresh Fruits and Confectionery
FEN S. HILDRETH
Land, Mining and
Make specialty of practicing be
fore the Land Office and the )c
partment of the Interior. Guaran
teed public land script for sale.
Phoenix, Api'z. -
Secdnd House North of Arizona
' Central Bank
Remdent, Dentist ip.yearsjf
H Is Light...
Latest success in lighting and one of the most inexpen
sive, easy to care for, afid an ornamental light. By
actual demonstration in Flagstaff the Pitner Lamp of
125 candle power run 5 hours per day for ten' days on
one filling of gasoline, costing 124 cents for Hie 10 days.
Absolutely free from danger .
A child can handle them
Always ready to use. Systems at a minimum price for
homes, business houses and for outside purposes. They
Bigger Lights, Better Lights
Geo. A. Fleming
N. D. SWARTOUT
Painter, Paper Hanger, Decorator
Coconino Count' Agent for Western Wall Paper '.Co. i
PAPER 5 CTS. PER ROLL AND UP
Drop card and will call with 900 new 191 1 samples
T. E. POLLOCK, President T. J. POLLOCK, Vice President
C. O. ROBINSON. Cashier
Transacts a General Banking business. Sells Drafts to
all Foreign Countries. Collections a specialty. Interest
paid on time deposits. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Flagstaff, Williams Kingman. Arizona
HUBBS LAUNDRY COMPANY
" Our Work Is Best," White Wagons.
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nk "Our Work Is Best," White Wagons. . '
ot,&r Wm. S. Beck, Tailor, Caostaff. ."!