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FRIDAY-APRIL 14, IMg
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In buying b&ldng powder
examine Uie label and take
only a brand shown to be
made with Cream o! Tartar
A pure, wholesomc,rliaWc Grape
Cream oi Tartar Baking Powder.
Improves the flavor and adds
to the healthfiilness ol the food.
No Alum No Lime Phosphate
Both Reduce the Healthfulness
ol the Food.
I ara quite positive that the use ol alnm bakluo
powder sboald be condemned."
Pro1 Va$htm, Unktxtity of Mklxian.
Heat! thm Label and rementhar thai
Alum, sodium alum, basic aluminum sulphate,
sulphate ol aluminum, aU mean the same thlno
namely. BURNT ALUM." Kcmu State Board efHtalth.
Read our premium offer., , It's
worth while. A $5.00 set of dishes
to subscribers paid in advance
for $2.65, actual cost.
William "Bill" Smith, who has
been sojourning in orange fields
of the Salt River valley during
the winter, returned Sunday.
Mr. F. L. Hanna", traveling .
passengerand freight agent of the!
sania re, was a visitor in nag
staff Wednesday from Los An
geles. 0. S. Emblem has leased the
Cross blacksmith shop and will
do general blacksmithing, horse
shoeing and automobile repair
Mr. E. Aldridge, spn-inIaw oi
R. W. Watson, with his family,
will leave on an overland trip for
Flagstaff next Monday from Wat
sonvillc, California. The trip will
take about six weeks.
Mr. J. A. Campbell and wife of
Tacoma, Washington, were the
guests of- Mr. Campbell's brother,
W. H. Campbell, this week. Mr.
and Mrs. Campbell were on their
way east and stopped over for a
couple of days.
Forest Ranger Wm. M. Rudd
resigned from the forest service
last Monday. Ranger Rudd has
been a valued member of. that ser
vice for over eight years. He has
a fine bunch of cattle to look after
which will take all of his time.
T. A. IUORDAN, President
Local and Personal
Flagstaff now lias an up to date
ice cream factory.
Judge X. N. Steeves was in
Winslow Tuesday on business.
Ed. Gcddes, the former Will-1
iams coroner, is in the city this .
We are IT when it comes to ice
cream. Try us. Confection Den, 1
Forty-nine children took first
communion at the Catholic church
Major Greene, the Santa Fe
sleuth, was sleuthing in Flagstaff
Mrs. C. C. Compton and Mrs.
Watson returned from Phoenix
Mr. Fred Mudge, inspector gen
eral for the Santa Fe at McClel
lan, was in the city Monday.
"Sandy" Donahue was in Pres
cott the first of the week to attend
the funeral of Col. J. F. Wilson.
William Miller, the expert ac
countant, druggist and clock men
der, was in Winslow a couple of
days this week.
Orders taken for any amount or
any kind of ice cream at the Con
fection Den. New methods, new,
Deputy Sheriff E. M. Tackett
of Williams brought up a con
signment for confinement in the
county jail Tuesday.
Let us quote you prices on ice
cream for your parties. We guar
antee satisfaction or no pay.
Confection Den, Flagstaff.
There are so many new autos
buzzing around town that it be
hooves a pedestrian to stop and
whistle at street crossings.
ou can't beat us, no matter
where you send for ice cream.
Try our Confection cream and you
Will be satisfied. Confection Den.
Dr. E.E.'Oldaker, the U. S.
sheep inspector, came in from a
trip.;Wednesdayand will make this
his headquarters for the summer.
Mr. J. S. Enix of A. L. & T.
Camp 1, has a bad hand as a re
sult of a piece of steel flying from
an ax, cutting the hand between
The lecture announced to be
given by Rev. Sam Small at the
court house tonight has been post
poned. However, he will lecture
here at a later date.
Mr. Woodbury Howe, assistant
chief engineer of the Santa Fe,
was in Flagstaff yesterday. It is
understood that he was investi
gating the water question.
R. Bob. Gleason has returned
Irom Phoenix. He recently moved
his family from Taylor to Phoenix
for he benefit of his daughter's
health. They expect to remain
for the year.
Charles Adams was in the city
from Williams this week doing re
pair work for the Overland tele
phone company during the absence
of Ray Eddy, who has been patch
ing up the Camp Verde line.
Mn E. S. Gemmill, the brother-in-law
of Ranger W. H. Power,
stopped over in Flagstaff . yester
day, on his way to California from
Pennsylvania. He expects to
make California his home.
The Flagstaff Home Mission
Society will hold its semi-annual
meeting at the home of Mrs. Kel
ler on Friday afternoon, April 21.
Let all interested in Home Mis
sionary work be present.
Miss M. L. Lighbourne has
changed the date of the musical
rc'cital of her pupils from Friday
to Thursday, April 20, at the Em
erson school hall, owing to the
Frank V. Rhoades, the brick
maker, who has been sojourning
in the Phoenix country for the
winter, came in Wednesday even
ing and will resume his avocation
here during the present season.
There will be a "mixed up,
picked up game" of baseball at
the ball park next Sunday after
noon. It will be amusing to go
out and help pick out favorites for
places on. the Flagstaff team. A
cracking good bunch of players is
being mobelized here for .the. try
For Sai.k -New piano. Inquire
at The Sun office. mr3i-tf
Wanted Firstclass carpenters.
No others need apply. Phone 166.
For Rent Furnished rooms,
central location. Apply at Sun
FOR RENT 6 room house, 3
blocks north school house. Apply
at this office. mri7tf
For Sale Five-room house,
fine location, substantially built.
Apply Sun office.. apr.3-tf
For Rent 4 furnished rooms;
also three unfurnished rooms. Ap
ply Mrs.' P. M. Gavin.
For Sale 3 room house, with
furniture; four lots; good location.
fi7-tf. Mrs. Mayflower
Wanted To give lessons in
French in exchange for lessons in
English. Inquire Sun office.
FOR SALE Single comb white
Leghorn eggs. Si. 00 per hatching
of 13 eggs. 'Phone 152. mriotf
For Sale Team, wagon and
harness; horses weigh 1250 and
1300. Apply to Andrew Chaves.
For Sale 7-room house, new
barn, electricity in both, 6 Ibts;
corner Elm and San Francisco Sts.
Inquire at Sun office. tf
For Sale Or will trade for a
saddle horse, one No. 4 Fox type
writer; good as new. Address,
Typewriter, Commercial hotel.
For Sale 6-room house, lot
75x300; good barn, fine garden.
See me for house and lot bar
gains. Fred Hensing. mr3i-tf
For Rent Store building, 80
acre ranch and two good building
lots at Bellemont. Reasonable
price for rent or sale. Apply at
Sun office. . apr7tf
Wanted A man to handle our
line in Flagstaff. Good proposi
tion. Bond required. Gland Un
ion Tea Co., 220 N. Tejon St.,
Colorado Springs, Colo. mr3ia2i
If you have well located land
or a good business proposition
for sale at reasonable price, write
me at once enclosing self ad
dressed stamped envelope for
reply. (Owners only.) Address
I. C. Ross, 8:6-2nd Ave. So
J Minneapolis, Minn. apr.7-28.
! 17rtT, C111. DnnrnnnMo ? rrirtm
1 un JAM, llWilOUMWW., v...
modern house. Recently remod
eled, papered and painted. Pan
try, bath and toilet, open nickel
plumbing. Electric lights. Screen
porcli off kitchen, with stationary
tubs. Good barn, brick cellar,
and' fuel house. Twelve lots. Ap
ply to Mrs. F. L. Beal. fi7'tf.
M. J; RIORDAN, Secretary a
Lumber & Timber
Native Pine Lumber
Sash and Doors
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Picture Making Outfits and Supplies
of all kinds at
Are You Going to Build?
HERMAN DEITZMAN, Flagstaff, Ariz.
STONE, BRICK and LIME
Estimates famished for construction of stone, brick or
cement block buildings. Cement Sidewalks and Re
inforced concrete work guaranteed. I have had years
of experience with such work in this 'particular climate.
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