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G. H. Schurman of Prescott
was a visitor in Flagstaff Sunday.
John M. Clark left Sunday even
ing for Phoenix to do duty on the
All kinds of tin work, first class
plumbing. Work done promptly.
Wilson & Coffin.
Raising and moving houses;
jackscrews loaned at 5c per day.
Herman Deitzman. 9-3 M.
B. W. Hayden, who represents
the Santa Fe at Cosnino, was in
the city Monday with a basket.
Joe Smalik, the tailor, had a se
vere fall last week which broke
the small bone of his right arm.
Steam heating a special feature
and done in the latest approved
methods. See Wilson & Coffin.
Hair dressing, manicurring,
switches made from combings.
Mrs. T. S. Moloney, Hotel Weath
erford. Miss L. N. Collins, who has
been doing stenographic work for
Judge Doe, left Tuesday morning
Wood and Coal. Now is the
time to get your winter supply.
It will pay you to see Wm. Bee
son, phono 3.
Royal Leschcr, the architect of
Phoenix, was in Flagstaff last
Saturday looking after the Epis
copal church and Emerson school
Henry See, one of the ptomi
nent cattlemen of the Tonto Basin
country, was in this week assist
ing in bringing in a big bunch of
cattle for shipment.
F. 0. Allen is doing all the
heavy office work for County
School Superintendent Layton
this week, while the judge is over
the river at Fredonia.
E. S. Carlos reports that he
has cleaned out Turkey Tanks
and now has a splendid tank of
pure water for visitors along the
old Turkey Tanks road.
Sam Johnson and wife returned
last Friday from Arkansas, where
Mr. Johnson was called by the
illness of his father, who passed
away a short time after their ar
rival. Judge E. M. Doe left Sunday
evening for Phoenix to appear be
fore the federal court in the water
case brought by the town of Flag
staff against the Santa Fe railroad
The board of supervisors held
their regular monthly meeting
Monday and cleaned up the coun
ty's business for the month. The
official minutes will be published
Mr. C. Murphy stopped off
here Monday between trains to
see his sister who is attending
the Normal. Mr. Murphy was
on his way home to Prescott from
All eastbound passenger trains
were delayed several hours Sat
urday on account of No. 4 slip
ping into the ditch caused by
soft track. It was reported that
no one was injured.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Millby of
Rushville, Illinois, were the guests
of Mrs. George Bucklar, his sis
ter, last week. They came west
via Denver and were going home
by the southern route.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pollock re
turned Friday evening from Iowa,
where they had been called by the
serious illness of Mr. Pollock's
father. Hewas well on the way
to recovery when they left Iowa.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton,
Ohio, purchased a bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy for his
boy who had a cold, and before
the bottle was all used the boy's
cold was gone. Is that not better
than to pay a five dollar doctor's
bill? For sale by all dealers.
County Attorney C. B. Wilson
went to Phoenix Monday to defend
his case before the supreme court.
The case was brought against
him by X. N. Steeves, claiming
he was not legally entitled to hold
the office because of his name not
appearing on the great register.
First Arizona State Fair, Phoenix,
If you can't help boost Flagstaff
knock The Sun keep busy.
Thos. E. Pollock was a business
visitor in Williams Tuesday.
Fred Holden William's peace
officer was in Flagstaff Tuesday.
John Francis is doing federal
grand Jury duty in Phoenix this
Summer weather has returned
after the few days of snow and
Ed. L. Patterson, the genial
Ash Fork cowman, was in Flag
Cumberlain Michael has been
laid up this week with an attack
Mrs. A. A. Dutton and Mrs. I.
F, Wheeler are in Albuquerque
attending the state fair.
Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson left
Tuesday evening for Phoenix and
will open her splendid home there
for the winter.
Mrs. Chas. H. Adams, accom
panied by her mother, Mrs. Gar
ber, returned to Flagstaff last
Friday. Mrs. Garber will remain
here a couple weeks, then go on
to Los Angeles for a visit to her
Mr. Elmer Porter and wife and
Mrs. Byers of Halletsville, Tex.,
arrived in Flagstaff last week and
expect to make it their future
home. Mrs. Porter is a sister
and Mrs. Byers an aunt of Mrs.
Anna Howard Shaw, President
ot the National American Woman
Suffrage Association, an orator of
world-wide reputation, will lecture
in Flagstaff Friday. October 18th.
Her subject is "A Humorous
Discourse on Woman Suffrage."
The Ladies' Society of the
Presbyterian church, will give a
reception to Mr. and Mrs. Fore
man, in the church, on Tuesday
evening, October 15th. Mr.
Foreman has recently come to
Flagstaff as pastor. All friends
of the church are cordially in
vited. Arthur B. Herman, a nephew
of former commissioner of the
general land office, Binger Her
man, and at one time supervisor
of the Grand Canyon forest re
serve, writes from Myrtle Point,
Oregon, that he is now in the
dairy business and doing well
financially. He had many friends
here who will be pleased to hear
of his success.
v The new "Ideal" appartment
house is being rapidly completed
in the interior by contractor Mul
lan and Mrs. Denver states that
the Ideal will be opened to the
public within the next ten days.
A few rooms are already oc
cupied and others waiting for
rooms, since the hew house will
have all modern conveniences and
is centally located.
Mr. Charles A. Thurston, gen
eral agent of the Chicago & North
western company, and Mr. R. D.
Williams, general agent of the
Eric railroad, both of Los An
geles, were in the city Monday
with Harry Gray, chairman of the
board of supervisors. Both gen
tlemen are on a vacation and will
do some kodak hunting on the
Gray ranch for a week or so.
A miniature cyclone struck
Jesse Gregg's north ranch last
Friday, picked up a hay wagon
and whirled it thirty feet in the
air, dropping it again yards away
in an upright position just as it
picked it up, then went over and
tore out the end of a haystack,
dumping the hay around in shocks
again. It only lasted for a short
time, but was exceedingly busy
while at work.
pi. E. Archer, merchant of
Westover, Ala., states "My boy
had a severe attack of acute bron
chitis, so severe he could not get
out of bed for a week. The first
few doses of Foley's Honey and
Tar relieved him and before we
had given him the contents of one
bottle, he was well. Foley's
Honey and Tar Compond is kept
continually in our- house. It is
perfectly safe and effective."
Will Marlar Pharmacy.
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Typewriter For Local Post Office
The employees of the local post
office are greatly delighted over
the arrival of a new typewriter for
the office. The machine is one of
the Royalmakewhich the post office
department has adopted and is in
stalling in all post offices where
typewriters are needed. The local
office is already making prepara
tions fot the holiday rush and as
supplies must be ordered from
the department three months in
advance of the need ample re
quisitions have been forwarded to
Washington by the postmaster.
The office also proposes to have a
card index of every person who is
liable to receive mail through this
office and citizens are urged to
render all the assistance possible
to make this directory complete
Oct. 7, 1012.
Mrs. Archer of Jerome, is visit
ing with Mrs. Jno. Hurst.
Wm. Gillett returned lrom Pres
cott Sunday, where he says they
were having a big snow storm
when he left.
Fred Topping,, who spent the
summer at the home of his brother
Chas. Topping, left Saturday for
his home in Saint Maries, Idaho.
Johnnie Hurst left Flagstaff in
time to get the full force of the
Mrs. W. H. Dickinson and
Mrs. Lucy Hunter came up from
Camp Verde, for a few days visit
with friends at Cornville.
Albert Tilson has a patch) of
squash which are the largest ever.
He will enter them at the fair at
Camp Verde and also at the state
fair at Phoenix.
The Misses Theadore and Agnes
Ellipson are settled in their
"comfy" new tent house at
W. M. Crowder sold his place
to Mr. Humbert, who recently
sold Mr. Phillips half of the old
J. R. Jack place, and the ranch is
again under one management.
Consideration for the Phillips half
was $2500 and tor the crowder
half $4500. Mr. Crowder moved
his family to his ranch on Middle
The rodio camp at Spring Creek
was inundated by the sudden rush
of water which came down last
Saturday morning and the break
fast under construction was swept
away. 1 he beet which hung in
a tree was roped and lloated
ashore, the mud and debris
scraped off and a second break
fast prepared for the hungry
Mrs. Robert Wilson, mother of
W. W. Wilson of this city went
through Flagstaff this -morning on
her way from Bay City, Michigan
to Los Angeles to spend the
winter with relatives.
John O. Hurst, the Oak Creeek
rancher, was in the city this week.
Fortunes in Faces
There's often much truth in the
saying her face is her fortune,"
but its never said where pimples,
skin eruptions, blotches, or other
blemishes disfigure it. Impure
blood is back of them all, and
shows the need of Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They promote health
and beauty. Try them. 25 cents
at Babbitt Bros.
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SEi4S0i THROUGH. THE PRICE OF OUR MERCHANDISE IS
NEVER HIGHER TMti THE QUALITY.
"The Coming of Columbus"
The big spectacular subject, in
three reels of "The Coming of
Columbus" will be shown to the
general public of Flagstaff, Satur
urday night, Oct. 12th.
This is the greatest historical
subject ever produced by any of
the Film companies either in this
country or Europe; it has been in
preparation over two years and
the cost of production is placed
At private exhibitions of these
films before this country's greatest
educators, critics, artest and his
torians they have all agreed that
it will be hard, if possible, to ever
equal. At great expense Manager
Ryan has secured this picture and
will present it at one performance
on Saturday night for the general
public as a private exhibition will
be given immediately after. Show
will start at 8 o'clock sharp.
v Dr. Felix Manning Married
Dr. Felix Manning stole a march
on his friends and was married
last evening to Miss Lois Ander
son. The wedding ceremony was
performed at the residence of
E. M. Brown, Rev. Joseph L.
Meade officiatiner. Onlv immedi
ate, members of the family were
Dr. Manning is a young man of
splendid ability and stands high
in the esteem of the people of
Flagstaff,where he has spent the
major part of his life. The bride
was formerly a resident of Safford,
Ariz., from which place she was
transferred to the local Forest
Supervisor's office as clerk. She
is a talented, lovable young lady
who rapidly made warm friends
in her new home. The Sun, to
gether with their large number of
friends, extends them hearty con
gratulations and wishes them
years of happiness.
If you have young children you
have perhaps noticed that disord
ers of the stomach are their most
common ailment. To correct this
you will find Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets ex
cellent. They are easy and plea
sant to take, and mild and gentle
in effect. For sale by all dealers.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S,
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
October qth, 1912.
NOTICE is hereby given that
George Peterson, of Flagstaff,
Arizona, who, on June 5th, 1908,
made Homestead Entry, No.
04400, for Ni SW NJ SEX,
Section 6, Township 28 N, Range
6E, G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final
Three Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before Robert J. Kidd, United
States Commissioner, at Flagstaff,
Arizona, on the 19th day of No
Claimant names as witnesses:
Elijah A. Baker, Hugh E.
Campbell, Hugh Anderson, James
Bauguess, all of Flagstaff, Ari
zona. FRANK H. PARKER
oct. u-nov.8 Register.
W. A. Rimes, Rust on, La.,
writes: "Sometime ago 1 took
Foley Kindey Pills, and must con
fess the results have been marvel
lous, for I feel like a new man. I
suffered from kidney and bladder
troubles, but Foley Kidney Pills
fixed me. I will recommend them
to all sufferers from kidney
trouble." Will Marlar Pharmacy.
Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $50,000.00
Deposits Over $900,000.00 ,
Largest Banking House on the Main Line of the Santa Fe in Arizona
We Transact a General Banking Business. Sell Domestic and
Foreign Drafts and Travelers' Cheques. Pay Five Per Cent
Interest on Term Deposits. Write Fire, Casualty and
Automobile Insurance. Rent Safe Deposit Boxes
at Moderate Rates. We welcome small accounts
as well as large ones. We want your busi
ness and will appreciate it.
WE TAKE CARE OF OUR CUSTOMERS
T. E. POLLOCK, President
MRS. S. J. WATSON
New and Up to Date Things
of Every Description
I will be pleased to talk hats and trimmings with
you at any time.
Phone 225 Parlors just west of Majestic Theatre
Saves Leg of Boy
"It seemed that my 14-year old
would have to lose his leg, on ac
count of an ugly ulcer, caused by
a bad bruise," wrote D. F. How
ard, Aquone, N. C. "All remedies
and doctors treatment failed till
we tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
and cured him with one box.
Cures burnes, boils, skin erupt
ions, piles. 25c at Babbitt Bros.
Sheep for Sale j
Five hundred good ewes and ,
one hundred and twenty lambs 1
for sale cheap. For further par
ticulars address I. T. King, Cot
tonwood, Arizona. Oct. 11-25.
In The Superior Court of the State of
Arizona, in and for the County
In the matter of the estate of
Samuel J. Holsinger, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to an order of the above
Court, entered on the third day of
October, 1012, in the above en
titled proceeding, the undersigned
administratrix of said estate will
sell at private sale on the 22nd
day of October, 1912, between the
hours of ten o'clock in the fore
noon and five o'clock in the after
noon ol that day at the office of
C. B. Wilson, Flagstaff, Arizona,
the following described personal
property, to-wit: An undivided
one-half interest in and to all
sheep of every kind and descrip
tion heretofore owned by H. W.
McCulloh & Co., bearing different
ear marks; also an undivided one
half interest in the ear marks
borne by said sheep. Said sale
to be made subject to confirma
tion by the Court.
Dated this loth day of Oct. 1912.
Charlotte T. Holsinger.
Administratrix of the Estate of
Samuel J. Holsinger, deceased
Studio Babbitt Building, Second Floor
M. M. ROZEN. Vol IRENE E. ROZEN. Plwo
Eastern School of Music
South End ot Beater St.
Jesse H. Baker
'Arizona's specialist on refraction
of the eyes, will be at Hotel
Weatherford, Flagstaff, Saturday
I and Sunday and Monday, Oct. 19,
20 and 21. The same critical ex
amination for the purpose of fitting
I glasses that you get from the
most efficient in the cities. Get
'Dr. Baker to examine your eyes
1 and fit your glasses and you get
1 the best.
! COME TO THE HOTEL
1 Ladies Home Journal and Wo
I man's Home Companion at B.
j Hock's. Sept. 20 rf
This is to remind you all kinds
of chicken feed, poultry supplies,
feed for that milch cow, hay and
grain delivered on short notice.
Wm. Beeson. Phone 3.
to Nov. 2
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